BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

Coast News Mar 29, 1993

Item Metadata

Download

Media
xcoastnews-1.0175938.pdf
Metadata
JSON: xcoastnews-1.0175938.json
JSON-LD: xcoastnews-1.0175938-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): xcoastnews-1.0175938-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: xcoastnews-1.0175938-rdf.json
Turtle: xcoastnews-1.0175938-turtle.txt
N-Triples: xcoastnews-1.0175938-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: xcoastnews-1.0175938-source.json
Full Text
xcoastnews-1.0175938-fulltext.txt
Citation
xcoastnews-1.0175938.ris

Full Text

 LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY  Parliament Buildings ,  Victoria, B.C. V8V 1X4    f*J.  COAST^NEWs  50 cents per copy on newsstands  ESTABLISHED    1945  March 29,1993 Volume 47 Issue 13  Regional district budget goes down in flames  by Roxanne Gregory  Anger and accusations rippled  through the board room Thursday night  as the Sunshine Coasl Regional District's 1993 budget was defeated in a  weighted vole by directors from the two  municipalities and the director for Pender Harbour, who split ranks with other  electoral areas.  The budget would have seen taxes  on the municipalities increase by 50 to  60 percent. The SCRD is required by  law to have an adopted budget in place  by March 31 of each year.  In heated discussion, both munipical  directors gave the board notice Sechelt  Violence  on the  rise in  Canadian  schools  by Darah Hansen  Whether real or imagined,  what appears to be an escalation in extreme acts of violence  and criminal behavior being  carried out by students on  Canadian school grounds has  many parents worried that "the  best days of their life" may not  be so for their children.  On the Sunshine Coast, district administrators report that  violent acts have not reached  the same proportions as those  occurring in schools across the  -ttrsVef-Mainli-mi, but adntit the*'"  potential is here.  "All the elements are here,"  said superintendent Clifford  Smith, adding he fears incidents  like Ihe recent Burnaby school  playground stabbing is "really  quite possible here."  Smith said on the Coast  some students are coming to  school in a "desperate" stale,  acting out their frustrations in  socially unacceptable ways.  While some incidents are  taking place at the elementary  level, Smith said things at the  secondary schools are more  serious.  Weapons have been confiscated, and assaults and harassment - verbal, physical and sexual - have taken place, some  resulting in criminal charges.  Suspensions and expulsions  have also been made.  According to Jeff Kenyon,  principal of Chatelech Secondary, while violence at the  Sechelt school has actually  decreased over the last two  years, concerns for its resurgence are real.  "We've seen some pretty  .heavy stuff," he said, adding  most of the violence encountered presently in the schools  "has not been serious."  Kenyon said at Chatelech - a  school of 466 students, grades  eight to 12 - most of the unacceptable or violent behavior is  being committed by an "easily  identifiable minority."  It's a group he described as  making up approximately len  per cenl of the overall student  population and consisting mainly of young males in the older  grades.  Kenyon said on any given  day, it's Ihis ten per cent who  take up 99 per cent of adminis-  tration's time when dealing  wilh student behaviour.  And though there is no real  evidence of gang-related activity on the Coast, Kenyon termed  many of Ihe boys in this troubled group as "wanna-be" gang  members - "Kids here on the  Coast, who, in my opinion,  have romanticized the notion of  being in gangs."  He said some of these students have had friends who  have spent time in jail on the  Lower Mainland and "it is having an effect on them,"  turn to page 2  Municipal vote plus Pender puts process in tailspin  and Gibsons will ask municipal affairs  for an investigation into this year's budget.  Sechelt director Whistler said his  council will also ask for investigations  into budgets for the past three years,  after it was revealed the regional district  ran a deficit of $278,000 last year.  Local government deficits are prohibited under the Municipal Act.  Finance chairman Brett McGillivray  explained the deficit as "an accounting  eiror.  At first, four electoral area directors  were prepared to cast votes to pass the  budget. But as Area A director Jane  Reid reminded the board, on financial  matters votes by directors are geographically weighted, based on population.  That meant dissenting directors Art  Whistler, Eric Small and Jane Reid held  the majority of votes.  "My taxpayers are net going to swallow a 50 to 60 per celt tax increase.  This is a great attempt at a snow job,"  said Eric Small. "It truly is a shock to  come to a budget meeting and find  we're $278,000 over budget from last  year and we never knew about it."  McGillivray said the board had not  overspent last year's budget, but that  the deficit was caused by a revenue  shortfall. "We never collected enough  taxes last year and our provincial grant  is down 11 per cent this year," he said.  "Everything costs more...It's been a tax  holiday for the municipalities."  But Whistler and Small disagreed,  arguing the municipalities have been  left out of the consultation process.  Under the budget which was defeated,  Sunshine Coast residents would see a  38 per cent increase in taxes.  An alternative plan would have  meant an increase close to 42 per cent.  Despite the tax increase, the budget  plan carried reductions in funding to the  Pender Harbour clinic, electoral planning, joint use of school facilities and  funding for Wesl Howe Sound recreation.  turn to page 3  Coast residents  decry closure of  Shaughnessy  by Roxanne Gregory  Acrimony and insults met  Shaughnessy Hospital's transition team member, David  Babiuk, Tuesday, as he tried to  explain the rationale used by the  Ministry of Health in closing  the 74-year-old Vancouver hospital.  Babiuk met with vocal Sunshine Coast residents at an  evening forum held in Gibsons.  As the only pro-closure representative in a panel of opponents, Babiuk was given little  opportunity to discuss the transition of services from the hospital to other facilities.  Me.anwhile, members of the  public took the opportunity'to  bash the NDP and what they  considered to be a vicious  attack by the provincial government upon existing health care  services.  Local phsyician Dr. Jim Petzold, a member of the panel,  told about the loss of neurosurgeons in the Lower Mainland  and the difficulty in arranging  Vancouver hospital bed space  for Sunshine Coast residents.  Petzold decried the loss of  experienced medical teams  from Shaughnessy, predicting  many of them would leave the  province for more stable working environments. He  condemned the  provincial government's unilateral  decision to close the  facility without consultation with health  care professionals.  "The closing of  Shaughnessy is  extremely frightening  and a real threat to  our health care sys-       tern," said Petzold.  "This is a bureaucratic government decree made for political  reasons..."  Petzold said Shaughnessy is  a major referral cenlre for  patients from the Sunshine  Coast  "Those are our beds you are  closing. The transition team  talks aboul beds; we're talking  about people," said Petzold.  Dr. Terry Amiel from the  Pender Harbour Medical Clinic  echoed Pelzold's difficulty in  currently finding Vancouver  hospital bed space for Coast  residents. He also challenged  Babiuk on the time frame for  'Shaughnessy  is a major  referral centre  for patients  from the  Sunshine  Coast'  Dr. Jim Petzold  Ihe closure, saying the beds  which are being reallocated to  Vancouver General, St. Paul's  and peripheral areas such as the  Fraser Valley and Richmond,  won't be ready to take patients  this year.  In an atmosphere of evident  hostility, Babiuk said that several studies of the Shaughnessy  buildings concluded it could not  be brought up to current building code standards and that  although $13 million as been spent in  the past ten years on  renovations  including a new  emergency room  which was lo open  in three weeks - it  did not make sense  to continue to pour  money into a structure which required    so much maintenance and had a  declining bed occupancy rate.  Babiuk said specially clinics  like Ihe spinal cord unil and lhe  Women's Heallh Cenlre will  noi be lost. He said the medical  genetics clinic, and some ambulatory clinics may slay as well.  The majority of llie buildings  al Shaughnessy will be demolished, said Babiuk. Meanwhile,  Children's and Grace hospitals  will be expanded on llie sile.  In an interview Babiuk said  the ministry is basing the closure and redistribution in part  on projected population estimates.  turn to page 2  Coles burning to get council pier approval  by Stuart Burnside  David Cole of Coles' Diesel Marine (formerly Hills Machine Shop) is again  approaching Gibsons council to allow  improvements to his controversial boat  repair service.  At a council meeting on April 13, council  will decide whether to recommend that the  department of fisheries grant Coles an extension to his foreshore lease, allowing him to  build a pier some 250 feet out from shore.  "It would let me provide better service for  my customers," Coles said of his proposal  last week.  His property, which has been located on  its present site since the 1940s, has become  controversial because neighbouring residences don't want it to expand. They claim  it's too noisy and has had an adverse affect  on their property values.  A recent application by Coles to have the  property rezoned so he could build a second  repair berth beside his existing one was  defeated in a split council vote decided by  mayor Eric Small.  On Friday Small said he has not decided  how he'll vote April 13 but said council was  in favour of keeping the marine shop a functioning part of the town.  For his part, Coles said he is hoping for a  good show of support from the public at that  meeting.  "I think 90 per cent of the people like the  idea of having a working harbour," Coles  said. "It's only a few around me that don't.  But they bought their property knowing it  was a working harbour."  Coles added he has done everything he's  been asked to make his business quieter.  Itftaaaataaiaftfti.*^ Coast News, March 29, 199J  &&�� Classifieds to  cheer about!  ft    ffc        Call 886-2622  M    J\        or 885-3930  We're more than just tires!  &&  ��&  Automotive & Track Tires  Sales & Service  Automotive Mechanical  Exhaust Replacement  Alignments ��� Brakes  Shocks ��� Tune ups  General Mechanical  Residents urged to  send protest letters  _>4V VVINNI BA(,() SUNDANC I K 40(1  ON NUV K)KI)( NANSIS  A concerned Coast resident speaks out on the closure of  Shaughnessy Hospital Tuesday at a forum held In (iibsons.  Roxanne Gregory photo  from page 1  In those estimates, Vancouver is not projected to see the  dramatic increases expected in  other areas and may even see a  decline in the geriatric population in eight to ten years.  Babiuk said a broad redistribution of beds is being proposed  among Vancouver's three  teaching hospitals and community hospitals in suburban areas.  Shaughnessy nurse, Jan  Johnstone, asked where the 10  operating rooms currently in use  in Shaughnessy were going to  be relocated. She predicted  longer and longer waits for  surgery because of a reduction  in the number of operating theatres. "Do you want your physician operating at 2 a.m. because  that's the only time he can  schedule it in? she asked.  A member of the Vancouver  police also expressed his con  cern over the closing of an  emergency room. "You can't  just close down an ER. Some  nights I go to all of them and  they're a madhouse. You can't  afford to close one."  Other members of the audience saw the closure as the further unravelling of the social  safety network and the piecemeal destruction of the health  care system,  Linda Moseley, Hospital  Employees Union representative  for St. Mary's said, "Cut waste,  not beds. We want accountability. Is this health care or fiscal  reform?"  Petzold urged Coast residents  to write letters to the ministry of  health urging them to keep  Shaughnessy open and to attend  a rally at the Queen Elizabeth  Theatre on April 4. A local  group planning to attend is  being organized by Peter Darcy.  $39,999  1992 20' ETASCA TOYOTA MOTORHOME $27,900  1990 24' MOTORHOME $29,900  NOrtMinYASSHOSVN  9'6" NORTHERN LITE FULL SIZE  Fiberglass Camper- Shower Model   $12.990   FORD PICK-UP TRUCK F 250 $14,900  Dating abuse identified as teen problem  by Darah Hansen  As a counsellor who has served in high  schools on the Sunshine Coast for the past  six years, Donna Schmirler has heard many  accounts of teen dating victimization.  Schmirler has talked to students ranging  in age from 13 to 19 from Gibsons, Sechelt  and Pender Harbour schools, "and I can certainly verify that people are in situations representing the full continuum."  Dating violence amongst teens includes  some very abusive relationships, where one  partner is actually beaten up or raped, she  said.  In fact, Schmirler said the abuses suffered  by leens in dating situations are not so different than what is happening in the adult  realm. She added: "I can certainly say it  exists here and it's causing a lot of pain for  some people."  Schmirler said though she doesn't keep  statistical records, the frequency of the  occurrences is "at a high enough level to  alarm me." Every year she gets several referrals of this nature and still feels whal she is  hearing is just the "tip of the iceberg.  "...people are just starting to acknowledge  it.  "It's the same as sexual abuse: it's always  been a part of our culture, it's just been hidden and we haven't given people permission  to talk about it until recently."  'It's always been apart of  our culture, it's just  been bidden'  -Donna Schmirler  But talking, she said, can be difficult.  There's a lot of shame associated with  being violated or abused. The victims, mainly young women, don't want to discuss  what's happened lo them. Instead many lake  responsibility for the abusive act, thinking  they should have been able to stop it from  happening.  Some victims feel so badly about themselves they can no longer successfully func  tion at school, with their families, or at work.  "So it does have impact through whole  range of things teenagers are doing," said  Schmirler.  On a few occasions, the victim is led to  suicide.  When teens do seek help, "They're making a choice towards life," she said. "We  pretty quickly clarify who is responsible for  what."  There are no easy answers, said Schmirler, but increased education is one solution.  She said there is a need lo teach empathy-  building between girls and boys, communication skills and assertiveness training. And,  in particular, more programs are needed for  boys, lo give them clear guidelines on what  constitutes inappropriate behaviour: "Things  that are preventative, that's what I see as the  solution."  "And really the whole idea of zero tolerance - don't sweep it under rug, don'l say  you were just kidding or it was a joke.,  everyone in the communily has to say 'No,  we won't tolerate this anymore'."  ���"      NEW     **  CHINA KITCHEN  ?<~^RESTAURANT  "^i     INTRODUCES  V.   SENIORS DAYS!  jfj gtfucatiQfltouted'as\'_Q_neway'  of curbing violence in schools  y  m  a\  Every Tuesday and the First  Thursday of Every Month  until the end of May!  Mark itee dates on your calendar:  TUESDAYS THURSDAYS  March 30 April 1  April 6/13,20,27     May 6  April 6, "13,2i  May 4,11,18,  25  turn to page 2  And while, "ten per cent is a  little high," according to principal Martyn Wilson of Gibsons'  650-sludent Elphinstone Secondary, his school also witnesses the same consistency in  offenders.  Wilson added the degree of  violence in Ihe school is cyclical, dependent on who is attending school during the year and  who is "hanging around."  Presently, he said, violent outbursts at Elphinstone are rare.  Both principals said many of  the violent or criminal acts  being committed by Sunshine  Coast teenagers are not the acts  of students in their schools.  "We have some individuals  in Sechell who aren't in school  now, who are of school or just  beyond school-age, and who  cause a fair amount of trouble,"  said Kenyon.  Because of their potentially  negative influence, these individuals are barred from school  grounds.  Said Wilson: "We refuse  access to the grounds to non-  students who are potentially  violent or those suspected of  'Many of tbe violent  or criminal acts  being committed by  Sunshine Coast  teenagers are not  tbe acts of students'  drug activity. We will and have  used police to get them off the  grounds."  Asked why when the severity  and frequency of violent acts are  seemingly on the rise elsewhere  ENJOY OUR GOURMET BUFFET  Lunch $4.95 Dinner $8.95  Regular $6.95 Regular $10.95  j    Tuesday, April 1.3,  f  We're celebrating our  f 1st Anniversary in Gibsons^^i  We would like to thank the Sunshine Coast  for making our restaurant a great success!  ENTER TO WIN OUR GRAND  PRIZE OF A COLOIM.V.  Gift Certificates will also be given away.  DRAW DATE TUESDAY, APRIL 13  Hours: Sun-Thurs 11:30 am - 9 pm  Fri & Sat 11:30 am-10 pm  228 -1100 Hwy. 101, Gibsons Park Plaza  Reservations taken, phone 886-3028  Capilano  College  UNEMPLOYED ?  ��� Due to layofh or cutback!?  ��� Considering retraining or a new career?  ��� Need help in deciding what to do next?  OPTIONS  Thia 11 week career exploration program  offers:  ��� Assessments of occupational  akllla/lntereati  ��� Current labour market Information  ��� Job search skills  ��� Math and English upgrading  ��� Career exploration Information  placements  ��� Introduction to computer!  This program Is fully funded by Canadian  Employment  You muet be eligible to receive U.I.  benUKs  CLASSES START MONDAY, APRIL 5  CALL NOW FOR AN APPT.  185-9310 OR 8854814  5627 Inlet Ave., PO Box 1809  Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  FAX: 987-1535 (Duel Use Line)  in the province, the Sunshine  Coast has experienced relative  peace, no one could say for certain.  Kenyon believes much of it  has to do wilh education -  heightening the awareness of  everyone in school, including  teachers, as lo what constitutes  abuse, then teaching methods of  prevention.  He said having served in six  different school districts in BC,  teachers and administrators on  Ihe Coast are more aware these  kinds of prevention programs  are needed, and subsequently  implemented, at all levels of  adolescent education.  He added the school doesn't  have enough resources to provide all the necessary programs  lo address Ihe whole problem:  "It's going to take a concerted  effort from all Ihe agencies in  the community who work wilh  young adults."  Wilson said education is jusl  one answer. It's also important  to make clear there are immediate consequences to all inappropriate behaviours.  "(Violence) is an on-going  concern but as long as the  school and the community  refuse to allow a problem to  occur, ihere won't be one," he  said.  Wilson said once hard-line  policies against violence in the  schools are allowed to relax, "I  think that represents the thin  edge of the wedge."  "We're fortunate on Coast  that we've stayed away from it  for so long," said Kenyon, "but  we are close to the big city."  Kenyon said the impact of  urban encroachment on the still-  rural Sunshine Coast community could have long-lasting and  negative effects.  "The fear is the rate that we  can legitimately hope to make a  difference may not be fast  enough to keep up with external  trends or pressures affecting Ihe  kids," Kenyon said.  "Having said that, I still  believe we can make a difference....and are."  ��� -T   ��� . UX -~U t~i.-Vj-_  .*a-Aat��VS".**ol. Coast News, March 29,  1993  Highways work  decried, defended  by Stuart Burnside  A Gibsons resident says he's  outraged over the quality of  work being done by the department of highways at the intersection of North and Cemetary  Roads.  Mike Fitzpatrick says highways spent two weeks earlier in  Ihe month leveling out the corner and repaving il in preparation for an expected traffic  increase, only to tear a portion of  il up again last week to put in a  water drainage line.  "This is thousands of dollars  they're wasting," Fitzpatrick  said. "With all the surveyors  they've got and guys they pay to  run around in white trucks... this  sort of thing jusl shouldn't happen. Il's ridiculous."  Mel Tinant, project manager  for the department of highways,  says, however, the new work is  not a result of a mistake by his  department, but more of a  response to complaints from  property owners on one side of  the project.  "We just finished paving it  and put the curbing in when we  found out the drainage was contaminating private property,"  Tinant said. "And the property  owners asked us to do something  about it. We're just putting in a  catch-basin and culvert to drain  the water from private property  on one side of the road over to  the other side of the road."  Tinant said Ihe drainage  problem existed to some degree  before highways set up to level  the corner. "What we're doing  now is some work al the end of  the project," Tinant said. "We're  not finished that project."  Fitzpatrick said that excuse  wasn't good enough and wanted  to know what excuse highways  would use when they "screw up  the bypass."  In the process of installing  the new line the backhoe acci-  dently ripped up a BC Tel cable  servicing Port Mellon and some  of Langdale.  i*^H.     :-..���^^M         1    ^H  ~m  -  ���"  5��** -'�����'���  ���      ���****** *-    ���ttir     ~V~i. ^^B  _t  a*'     '.   .��� *-.\  l?^>Z_��PJ_i_t&_M  a*!*******".^-!  t-m*^-  \_\\  1?H  _u   ^  U   v    ���.  ��� ���  lyjv*  v VV *"  ^_m .  f     Nav"��' ��a> ��������  .$***.  R* '* -if'/  <t\ *l v **' "%*_V tM  U; ;   L     -ST  I  V'-aauH  J  j  W'fr                  /  at                       ,            ^  i  ���  9  ,jKl ���  :m  :V  ml  liijy  i^Jm .*?  i  \  RENEW & REFRESH  New lighting fixture* odd test       1 1  teeny decor I I  DAY OR NIGHT, INSIDE OR OUT *JLL-  lampa ��� Shadea �� Wall Sconca-a �� Track �� Ceiling light. ' Fares �� Keca-Meal �� OuHlaxir  Sechelt Lighting   s_\m  805-9417 �� 5609 Hwy 101, Sechelt  GARDEN 8 GIFTS  Jtorat&Qift  'Boutique  ��� 'Browsers ���welcome ~-*  RfOi ol 689 Hwy 10I. Gibsons  Soovirw Pima)  Wi'd. Sal. I 0-5, 806   9355  BC Tel lineman Ken Trent repairs a telephone line accidently  ripped up durind improvement work on Highway 101.  Smart Burnside photo  Wilson remains undecided on leadership  by Jane Seyd  Local MLA Gordon Wilson, still technically leader of the B.C. Liberal party, says  he hasn't yet made up his mind on whether  he'll be running again for the position in  September.  But he did say Friday that he's "definitely  leaning towards running", spurred on rural  support across the province, as well as within his riding.  On Sunday, Wilson was scheduled to  speak to local Liberals at a constituency  meeting in Sechell, where heplanned to discuss a possible leadership bid among other  local issues.  While Liberals within caucus and the  party president have called for Wilson's resignation as leader, Wilson says if he does  decide to run, the party brass will have lo  live wilh the outcome of the convention.  "If the members choose me as leader, I  . 9K Ii sibmIo) I'no'avaw  '/ don't see any indication  ofsupportfor  Gordon Wilson anywhere'  -Norman Huff  will be their leader," he said in a recent interview, "...if not they'll have to find another  party."  In such a scenario, lack of caucus support  could "definitely make things difficult," he  said. But he added, "A lot of those caucus  members were elected on my coat tails."  Locally, party organizer Cy O'Leary says  while some members have been disappointed in Wilson because of connection with his  family, Liberals he knows would slill support a leadership bid by the local MLA.  ... I    ,     ���      ���    ;       '.: ' .  "I believe yes he should (run for leader),"  said O'Leary. "..I have seen none of (the  caucus members) domonstrate leadership  qualities."  But Norman Ruff, a political science professor in Victoria, said outside his home  area, Wilson doesn't stand much of a chance  for a political comeback.  "I don't see any indication of support for  Gordon Wilson anywhere," said Ruff. "...It  looks like his career as leader of the Liberal  party has come to an end."  Ruff said Wilson's political problems  have been the result of a "lone wolf"  approach to running Ihe party, which might  have been a virtue prior to the election but  created resentments within the party afterwards.  Wilson said regardless of his decision  about running for Ihe party leadership, he is  committed to finishing his term as MLA.  Learn How To  Make A Moss  Hanging Basket!  Saturday April I"  .'  That's right - we'll help you make  a moss hanging basket and  everything you need will be on sale  at 10% OFF!  JOIN VS FOR  Ki,     A FUN DAY!  Quality Farm & Garden Supply Ltd.  Smfi   Pra,t Rd ' Gibsons 886-7527  Mmi     Mon. - Sat. 9 - 5:30   Sun. 10-4  Coast News Classifieds  GET RESULTS!  Sedieltbto t^kb^t fisheries fortun  by Jane Seyd  Amid continuing debate over  the new aboriginal fisheries  strategy, the Sechelt Indian  Band will hold an open forum  on the issue April 4, and is  inviting Ihe Sunshine Coast  community to take part.  Fisheries officials, including  Colin Mason of the federal  south coast fisheries region, will  attend.  In addition to information on  the new native fisheries agreements, the Sechelt band will  present material on traditional  activities throughout Sechelt  and Jervis inlets.  On Thursday and Friday,  fisheries minister John Crosbie  was in Vancouver to meel with  some sports and commercial  fishing interests about the agreement.  Locally, commercial fishermen have said they oppose the  agreements, fearing there will  be lack of enforcement by the  Dissenting  directors  dispute  regional  expenditures  from page 1  But dissenting directors  weren't happy wilh the types of  cuts made compared to other  rising costs. Small criticized  rising salaries while complaining that $90,000 was being cut  from the Gibsons pool.  Meanwhile, Reid said she'd  like the board to cut the waste  management co-ordinator posilion, while keeping $100,000  for enviromentai health which  would go towards the Pender  landfill. Reid also questioned  $87,000 budgeted for "other  services."  After the defeat of the budget, board members tried to  change contentious items in  order to reach a majority. Frustration and fatigue reigned after  an hour of wrangling. The  SCRD will meet again Monday  night to discuss the budget.  fisheries department.  Ray Skelly, federal MP for  the Sunshine Coast, will also  attend the forum. Skelly has  said native fishing rights are  still in the process of being  defined by the court, but that  conservation must be "an absolute priority" in any new agreements.  He said the fisheries department must say how it intends to  prevent problems like those  which occured last year on the  Fraser River.  Skelly also criticized the  government for not consulting  either native bands or third-  party interests sufficiently.  Thoughout March, the  Sechell Indian Band has been  negotiating its own fishing  agreement with the deparment  of fisheries.  The forum is scheduled to  begin at 9 a.m. on Sunday. At 7  p.m. the band will also present a  film "The Saltwater People" on  the native people of Vancouver  Island's west coast.  ��Ml  qytam  Qift'Basfets  will be at  TRAIL BAY MALL.  SECHELT  SATURDAY, APRIL 3rd  Come & See Our Colourful  Spring & Easter Creations  Gift Baskets for any occasion.  tITER FRIEnDLV  ��� Computerized tax returns:  Personal, Proprietorships,  Partnerships  ��� Bookkeeping and Accounting  ��� Small Business Year-Ends  ��� Excellenl references available  NANCY HORVATH  Tthphom/faxt (604) M5*��M��  1992  TEMPO GL  mf^'Biki  tm��m~P ^^H��mm^*m^^mm\-^^n^^-**M^^**^m~f .^^  n^Oo  LISTEN  4-Door Sedan  V-6 E.F.I.  Automatic  Air Conditioning  AM/FM Stereo  All Season Radiais  $9,995."  P.D.I. & FREIGHT  INCLUDED  Make your own  jewellery with beads j  from EXTRAS  The besl selection on the Sunshine Coast  featuring over 500 varieties, 100 brand new  just in from Africa & India!  PICK YOUR COLOUR...MANY  OTHER MODEL LINES ALSO ON SALE  SALE  PIKES'  EXPf RIENCE THE  OUR STatNDARDS  SOUCOASIFOUD  Wharf Rd., Sechell MOL 5936 PH 885-3281  (PARTS DIRECT UNE) 885-7211  VAN TOU FREE .484-2911  .TODAY ONUl  .RIGHT THISWm]  Open Monty-Saturday 10- 5 PM  smComitSL, SttM'MHW)  , Coast News, March 29, 1993  ;  i  Mulroney in a  pinstriped skirt?  On Thursday, it became official.  After weeks as the undeclared frontrunner, Kim Campbell announced what everyone already knew: that she  will be seeking the leadership of the federal Conservative  party and will enter her bid to become the next prime  minister of Canada.  So far, not a great deal is known about Campbell in the  realm of either strongly held personal convictions or the  kinds of public policies she supports - this, of course,  now dutifully pointed out by the same media which in  recent weeks seemed to be leading a charge towards  Campbell's virtual coronation.  For the most part, the woman Most Likely To still  seems best remembered for parts of her anatomy immediately below her head than anything in it, courtesy of a  much-played photograph.  But never mind. If last week's polls are to be believed,  a lot of Canadians aren't much concerned about that, and  seem prepared to vote for Campbell anyway, regardless  of what they might think of her predecessor.  This despite the fact that it was Campbell herself who  once pointed out that "charisma without substance is a  dangerous thing."  Unfortunately, as pointed out by Jeffrey Simpson in  the Globe and Mail recently, voters are so desperately  "hungering for something new, they seem inclined to  grasp at whatever political commodity seems freshest  among those on offer."  Undeniably bright.and with a sharp wit, Campbell has  been touted as a softer, more "compassionate face" of  conservatism by some, ready to take her place among a  new wave of baby boomer Clinton-esque politicians.  Curiously in all this, Campbell's rather strong support  of much-reviled Mulroney-inspired policy moves like the  GST, the Meech Lake accord and multi-billion dollar  purchase of military helicopters goes unmentioned.  It's as though suddenly enamoured with Campbell's  shining qualities, Canadians don't want to believe she  could really be so politically similar to you-know-who.  Another issue which has yet to be explored too deeply  is Campbell's reported feminism, and the politics of gender which inevitably circle the possibility of Canada's  first female prime minister.  Back in the Vander Zalm government of the 1980s,  Campbell made a name for herself by publicly opposing  her party leader's anti-choice stance on abortion.  Many also saw her stands as justice minister on issues  like gun control, and the rights of rape victims as progressive.  Throughout, she has maintained her stance as a "fiscal  conservative." In that, Campbell is hardly original.  The phenomenon of women in high political office  taking a conservative line in this area has already been  established by the likes of Margaret Thatcher.  Whether the political system is such that ambitious  women must conform to get ahead or such that only  women whose ideas jibe with the status quo are allowed a  foot in the door to begin with is another issue.  Given that women often still feel attitudes towards  their gender most squarely in the pocketbook, a feminist  who is also a determined fiscal conservative is an interesting concept.  But if blowing four or five billion dollars on a military  helicopter purchase is a particularly stunning example of  what Campbell means by "fiscal responsibility", we can  only hope there's lots more where that came from to  spend on a national daycare program.  Paetkau's efforts  blessed by Coast  The fundraising for Dr. Eric  Paetkau's humanitarian journey  to Somalia has raised an  astounding $17,777.21 in 33  days. Dr. Paelkau estimated the  value at about double that figure  because of the generosity of the  medical and pharmaceutical  companies and local businesses  that donated or gave him real  deals at cost or less.  There was a tremendous  community response and a few  people deserve special recognition. Harry Karlson, pharmacist,  canvassed every company the  hospital deals with and ordered  and kept track of numerous  drugs for the trip.  Marjorie MacKenzie, head  OR nurse was the big shopper  and organizer. She kept Dr.  Paelkau down-to-earth with her  practicil experience and help. '-..  Helen Jean, material manager  at St. Mary's and assistant  Richard Knight stored everything and packed up the incredible piles of equipment for shipping.  Leota Smith and laundry  department helped with cleaning  and preparing discarded OR  drapes and gowns, etc. and also  major donations from suppliers.  Tbe thoughtful staff at the  Bank of Montreal gave us great  advice and helped in so many  ways.  The local newspapers who  kicked off tbe campaign and ran  followup articles - advertising  works. Coast Cable Vision for  their interview and free ad. Dr.  Paetkau will be interviewed  when he gets home and will  have a video to show. Stay  tuned.  Many local businesses  helped by donating outright or  giving items at cost.  Of course, the community  support from individuals,  patients past and present, and  daycare kids, school kids, teens  and seniors groups all added up.  Your donations are too numerous to acknowledge individually. Thank you.  Special thanks to St. Mary's  Hospital administration who  accommodated this enormous  effort. The Sunshine Coast is  truly blessed.  LINDA MOSELEY,  Chairperson  HEU, St. Mary's  Alliance works  for local causes  , In your March 8 issue of tbe  Coast News under a short article  headlined Victoria Protest  Looms, it was reported that representatives of the Tetrahedron  Alliance would join in the Victoria environmental protest over  Clayoquot Sound.  We would like to make it  clear to the residents of the Sunshine Coast that the Tetrahedron  Alliance's sole activity is to  work to preserve the Tetrahedron Plateau as a wilderness  area. Though individual members are also involved in other  environmental and civic issues  locally, provincially, nationally  and globally, the Alliance itself  has never been used to back  other causes. There were no representatives of the Tetrahedron  Alliance at last week's Victoria  protest  The slow processes of conflict resolution have given rise  to frustration and anger for  many of the stakeholders in the  settlement of BC's wilderness  issues. We must all try to understand the causes of these emotions as well as remember that if  we give way to thoughtless  anger, then the chances of  achieving decisions necessary  for sustaining our environment  and economy will disintegrate  into chaos.  BRAD BENSON,  DANBOUMAN,  GEORGE SMITH,  Tetrahedron Alliance  _t_^_wAM__^_WJ__f   MM_^__hM_t_t_t*%_WU^_^k  We welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions tor twevity, clarity and legality. Please mail  your letters to:  The Editor  Sunshine Coast News  Sechett, B.C.  V0N3A0  _-_-__-_-���  i ������.  Coastal road  efforts inadequate  I recently travelled the Peninsula Highway after catching the  early morning ferry from  Saltery Bay. While on the ferry  we were warned over the loudspeaker that the roads were icy.  I therefore drove with caution  but still hit some black ice and  went off the road. The roads  were not salted.  I telephoned the ministry of  highways and was referred to  Coastal Roads. The answer to  my question of why no salting  was done was that they are not  on winter hours and therefore do  not have a 24-hour watch on  road conditions. They would not  know of hazardous road conditions unless somebody reported  them.  The travelling public should  be aware of this and should  report hazardous road conditions to the 800 number listed io  the blue pages of the phone  book. Perhaps if somebody had  done this instead of reporting it  to the ferry crew, the three accidents that happened at Trout  Lake last weekend might have  been avoided.  I would like to sincerely  thank all the unknown people  both from Powell River and the  Peninsula who assisted me out  of the van and stayed with me  until the ambulance arrived and  all the people who stopped to  make sure everything was okay.  It is heartwarming to know that  there are a lot of people who  care.  ELAINE STEIGER  Powell River  Modern childcare problems have roots in history  We took a look last week at recent scientific  pronouncements that we had much to leam about  nutrition and childcare from our caveman forebears.  Goodness knows, the issue of childcare has bad  much coverage this Spring with the President of  tbe United States being forced to withdraw from  nomination for Attorney General the names of two  distinguished ladies who had hired illegal aliens to  look after their children while they pursued their  distinguished careers.  The howl of indignation which collectively  rose, particularly over Zoe Baird, indicated that  there was a sore point in the American psyche.  With more and more women having little choice  but to work when they can besides caring for their  families and with little provision for qualified and  responsible childcare, the issue is a hot one for  many American families.  In Canada, too, the inadequacies of the current  childcare provisions are recognized and governments indicate their intentions to do something  about it So far, however, they back off when the  costs are tallied up, claiming national poverty.  Not too long ago I watched on television an  interview with an East Indian family which had  built a very large house on a Richmond lot. It was  the kind of house which has led to neighbourhood  complaints.  musings  john burnside  During the interview it became apparent that  there was an extended family in residence. Three  generations of the same family, nearly 20 people,  half of them children. Tbe camera showed two or  three women preparing tbe evening's meal,  showed the giant living room with seats in a circle  for every member, showed the children of four different, related families at play.  The interviewer was intrigued but somewhat  skeptical that this style of life could be maintained.  Yes, she could see the advantages of mothers never  having to worry about the care of their children  when they were at work or at play. The advantages  were obvious, too, in the shaied labour of housekeeping and there was no denying that all the  members of tbe family interviewed, from the  matriarch and the patriarch to the youngest children, seemed serenely happy with their circum  stances.  But surely, she wondered, after a time the old  ways will die out and the families will revert to the  nuclear family model which is more common in  North America.  In this she betrays faith in the obvious fallacy  that how we do things now in this place must be  the zenith of human achievement. It is arrant nonsense , as tbe rising sociological difficulties and  human suffering should surely be telling us. But  we have been richer thain almost all countries of  the world for a very long time so surely that must  mean that we are smarter.  It was not a desire to improve the family that  led to the move away from tbe extended family  model to the present nuclear family. The move had  its roots in the Industrial Revolution which suddenly demanded cheap labour in the cities at the same  time as mechanization on the land made a rural  population superfluous.  Since tbe early 19th Century we have been on  the move after work and opportunity. We have left  our roots and our families because tbe industrial  giants which shape our lives nude it more attractive for us in the short term to do so.  Now the industrial giants are moving their  operations out of the country, as ever in search of  cheaper and available labour. They leave us without jobs and in splintered family settings where the  care and feeding of children is a major undertaking  without support resources, emotional, spiritual or  financial.  That is, I submit, a fair thumbnail sketch of  where we are and does much to explain the rising  tide of broken marriages, uncared for children, and  the rising rates of crime among society's wounded.  All this the world knows well, it is the stuff of  our daily news. But tbe interviewer confronted  with an alternative family arrangement in Richmond could not believe that they, too, would not  succumb to the inevitable, as she saw it, and begin  to do things the North American way.  It is ironic that the issue of childcare should  become a political hot potato early in the administration of Bill Clinton and among his supporters.  His wife is nationally recognized as a leader in  education and childcare and this activist president  sees such matters as one of government's primary  mandates.  It seems to me that the reason for government  in the first instance has always been to protect the  people against those robber barons nude powerful  by their wealth and dangerous by their hunger for  more.  Whether we look to tbe caveman or the extended families of older cultures, it is surely apparent  dun we stand in need of good models to emulate  or leam from.  COAST^NEWS  iutmilfthiitalmmr  theCout Ntmt orlmilmmk-mmr:  aaaaa: 1 year ��� S35 * S2.45 GST - S37.45  6monttat ��� J20*$1.40GST-$21.40  foeajrc 1 year ��� S40 (No G5T|  Hat N�� 4702  PsataVaVser  PaatTalpp  ���Savior            CharieeHeri  The Sunshine Coajl Narws Is published on  iTapoHans        Staavt Burnalda  Htaira                                                                  Jena Seyd, Derail  the Sunshine Coaat, EC. every Monday by  AdmnUng  Phofcapaepnar Joel Johnetone  (XtefoedP-mlkt  Jean Oman*,             ,    , ���u  PrOduCon  Obmrn 00k* ��� S37 Ouk* lam  Stmsjaaal-aaalyalr8ai��h,lxasl8lsassr  Maasaper        Cathy Meats  Box 460, Gabions, BC, VON 1V0  Otriuw Mmmgtr  Anne Thaamean  .���Voctesfen      Btweraey Shipley,  IM4) 886-2622, Fax (604) 886-7725  O-mm  Ansae HacTevisah,  SeoVe# Oafafet ��� SSll Cowrie St  BaHs rajaieaaer, JaWoa Edanonda                                 Patricks Worts  Bon 68 Sechelt, B.C., VON 3A0  (604) 885.3930, Editorial (604) 885-3980,  fax (604) 885-3954  1 Heat isaaaiwaaratl's AWjID-WINHNG ammpm  1  The Sunshine Coast News is protected by copyright  and reproduction of any part of it by any instant Is  prolaasiited unless permission in ayrltJni ia first secured  from Glassford Press Ltd., holder of the copyright  ��t*  OMtMUH  ' '" "z. z��~~    : "j. '"       -,w!t '��� - *��- a*.** \Jv*tl^i Coast News, March 29, 1993  Wired or Mired? A new age magazine  ^^S^H  At a time when glossy magazines are being demised right  and left, there is a new one that  has come out; at least a first  issue has come out. It is called  'Wired' and it is very glossy and  mod as all getout. At first, due  to my odd vision these days and  the almost hectic artwork (electric reds on electric blues, etc.) I  thought it was 'Mired' and  leafed through first expecting it  to be about economics, but it's  Wired alright and perhaps about  as wired as it can be.  It is all about the sweeping  onrush of the digital revolution  and the new age, as it is now  and as it is developing. Young  then, avante-garde - though they  might possibly scoff at the term.  Not too technological for even  me to understand. They seem  primarily to want to make clear  that this is a genuine universal  cultural revolution, and are sure  it is more than just a cult.  Whether it is, as one writer says,  the greatest advance since the  discovery of fire remains to be  seen.  About the magazine then,  first visually.  Visually it is as if the graphics boys had been at last allowed  to run absolutely riot. There is  hardly a page (well the ads  come clear, of course) which is  not of many colours, many intricate (but unhelpful) designs  behind the script, itself in many  colours, many different types. It  is probably a Master demonstration of what you can do with  computer graphics and visually  it's quite stimulating. I hope the  Globe and Mail doesn't take it  up though.  The texts too are often not  allowed to run along on the page  in the way that has been developed through quite a long time  now as the best way to pass a  message in print. Bits of stories  that you know are needed will  be missing, and must be hunted  up in little boxes or balloons,  elsewhere. Paragraphs may  sprawl in different types over  two pages. Sentences even may  start in an orange balloon on one  page and end in green on a purple one at the bottom of the  next.  For one who nowadays  doesn't read with ease much  beyond a large print edition of  Peter Rabbit, this could be a  challenge. It seemed, however,  possibly a genuine voice from  the new age.  On leafing through, 1 came  upon a clear bit and read, quite  out of context: '...making a verbal structure - no, no, no.'  This was tossing the whole  thing right into my personal  teeth. I got our brightest light  over my shoulder, lay down, and  persevered...  In a nutshell  It is the only magazine, certainly the only glossy I know, to  have a credit on its masthead  (conventionally printed) for  'Patron Saint.' This turns out (of  course) to be Marshall  McLuhan, and what McLuhan  would have though l about that I  can't imagine. 'The medium is  the message', though, would  certainly seem an appropriate  motto for this paper.  On the other hand when you  come to the editor's introductory statement (produced on two  pages as a series of phrases  rather than any dull old editorial) we understand him to be asking for more 'meaning', or more  message than medium. The  Patron Saint for one would certainly have approved this at  least. The trouble is that this  search for meaning seems to be  more something felt than something actively pursued. There  was little to my mind, or to my  eyes, of any new philosophy for  Ihis new age.  But the word is, continuous-  stuart nutter  ly, lhat everything is changing,  'every thought, every action,  every institution'...'formerly  taken for granted.'  This would seem not to leave  us much of a place to stand,  until you reflect that the people  who take history for granted are  the people who have not read  much of it. Maybe if and when  they do these changes may not  be all that drastic.  One undeniably great thing is  that whole books will soon be  summoned up from Ihe world's  -great libraries to the kitchen  table on 'anyone's computer'  '���(much, much faster'n you can  read 'em).  The question is whether people will now read these books or  just pick about with quotations.  The best image in "Wired'  showed 'fortresses of knowledge' being inundated by the  'ocean of information'. Care  will have to be taken, I would  think, not to get mired in the  marshes around the ocean of  information.  FiestaWest  35 Days  Air Cruise f romVancouvCT  $15,959  By .f*rivate Boeing 757   Your Escape Artists  tmnimm raam. momaKMAu  tetters  Association offers  tournament thanks  On behalf of Ihe BC Amateur  Hockey Association we would  like to extend our sincere congratulations and thanks to the  Sunshine Coast Minor Hockey  Association and particularly  John Sperring and Don McLeod  for the excellent job done in  organizing and hosting the  199?/93,Midget AA Provincial '  Championships. , . ��� j  The hosting of a provincial  championship is a major undertaking and its success relates  specifically lo the many volunteers who contribute their time  and energy, as well as to the  community who provide support  through their sponsorship and  attendance at the games.  GAY HAHN  TERRY OWEN  BC Amateur Hockey Assn.  Fisherman puzzled  over comments  I am a little puzzled by Mr.  Joe's letter about fishermen.  It is true we spend almost all  our money in town - if that  means Gibsons, Sechelt or Pender Harbour. If it means Vancouver there is an error. I have  had my own boat since 1949. In  197S I took my boat to a Vancouver shipyard. All other years  1 do all repairs and maintenance  here on the Coast.  I also shop locally if I can. I  have never gone to Bellingham  to sell fish nor to buy. groceries,  11 also do not even know where  Costco is  ....:,.  I know the Gibsons, Sechelt  and Pender Harbour repair facilities, which even include a propeller repair shop capable of  doing a 48 inch propeller at a  reasonable price!  In the early 70s when fishing  was good I stopped drawing  UIC as I did not need it. Then in  the 80s I found a fisherman  must have 20 weeks to qualify  for it if you haven't been getting  it. So many fishermen will not  be getting UIC.  I even buy my trucks locally  and have them converted to  propane here too.  BILLY GRIFFITH  Pender Harbour  Arena highlighted  by tournament  The Sunshine Coast Minor  Hockey Association would like  to thank all those who took part  in the recent Midget AA Provincial Championships.  The number of people who  gave their time and helped  financially are too numerous to  mention.  These people know who they  are an without them this event  would not have been the success,  it was.  These people were not all  hockey people and to the ones  who came because they felt they  could be of some help, we thank  you.  To the hundreds of fans who  came to see some very talented  athletes perform, your cheers  made their work much more  enjoyable; to the hockey players  who performed so well and handled themselves with respect on  and off the ice.  This event proves to us that  the arena is a very important  part of the community and now  is the time to look at ways the  facility can be put to good use.  There were between 4000 and  5000 people through the doors  of the arena in the week that this  championship was held. An  event of this magnitude may  only happen once every 10 or 12  years but it has proven that we  have a facility that we must  maintain and improve upon.  D. MACLEOD,  President  SCMHA  SUNCOAST AGENCIES  Travel Department, Sunnycrest Mall, Gfosons  .986-9255  WE'VE MOVED!  Centra Gas is now in its new office at  5580 Wharf Rd.  The mailing address is: Box 459, Sechelt VON 3A0  Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m, - 4:30 p.m.  Call us or drop by! We'll tell you  how you can save up to 30% on  energy bills when you convert to  safe, clean, cost-efficient and  environmentally-friendly  natural gas.  a  '/  Centra Gas  5580 WH/VRF RD. ��� SECHELT ��� 885-6117  Pebbles from the past  _  SECHELT HOTEL - LATE 1920'i  This building was the Whitaker Store during the early  1900's. The building was converted into a hotel after  the loss of First Seohelt Hotel in the fire of 1015. This  picture shows the true grandeur of one of our old buildings.  Wouldn't it be fun to recreate this on the Seohelt waterfront?  Vettfes  REALTY LTD.  Our mission statement:  ��Be the Best"  Pebbles People Care  ____fLr**_\]_**t.t__*_- Company - Ofeaoiw Quay  ���OH SW, Oowtjr Pojftt Hotaj, Ojtt-Wt, I.e. VOH 1V0  Stt^tefc  Phonaj: staMlor, Van. tai (raw: M1-J044, Fai: IM-MM  a. ^--l* .s^m_  mmm  k^i.^  ���fiLi ��_oasi mew��, mdn.it i**,   i*7**j  news  LOGS  WANTED I Devel��pment seen as threat to national parks  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  Competitive Prices  886-7033  YOU'RE THE WINNER WHEN YOU CHOOSE  COAST NEWS & WEEKENDER CLASSIFIEDS  885-3930 or 886-2622  WE ACCEPT   mVL-rm OR [���>������      ] FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE  by Jane Seyd  The Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society this week launched a national campaign  lo halt further commercial development in  Banff National Park.  Increasingly, "Banff is now being  described as what not to do in a park," says  George Smith, a Gibsons resident ami executive director of conservation for Ihe society.  Smith says the example of whal's happening in Banff has important warnings  about land use decisions in other parks, both  national and provincial. In the meantime, the  society is calling for a stop to further devel  opment through an "ugly postcard campaign" in which a picture of construction  within the park to be sent by supporters to  Jean Charest, federal minister environment.  In the past 12 years, over $500,000 worth  of development within Banff has threatened  the ecology of Banff, says Smith: "All of  that time they've known it's impinging on  the environment." Smith says in a national  park, ecology has to come first: "All other  considerations are secondary. We're hoping  lo prod the federal government into maintaining ils parks...," he says, "most people in  Canada assume that's what they're doing."  These days, certain tourists avoid Banff  because of its development, says Smith. Of  those who do go, "a lol of them are going to  shop," says Smith," But what is a park for?  It's a question of cumulative effects and  once again it's gotten out of control."  More locally, Smith says in the provincial  park system, Cypress on the North Shore is  another good example of a park where ecology is being threatened by development.  In 1992, the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society won a court decision which had  challenged allowing logging in Wood Buffalo National Park in northern Alberta.  NATURE CLEAN PRODUCTS  Organic Laundry Powder  All Purpm timing Lotion * Bio Dish Cleanser  BtvwNonGhkrineBtoeh  Uquld Floor Soap  Noir-Scratoh Cram Cleaner  NATUREWORK8 ��W*M,'to  Nutrition Ctnt* Inc.  %"%&*  ��  i    ia'ii  Government says more  serious stance needed in  regarding family violence  Family violence is a serious  crime and can no longer be  treated as a marginal criminal  issue.  -itafoilJoiw^  Easter Seals  mean  Happy Faces,  It's my "Easter Seal  Holiday Hotel!"  It's easy to see Ibepride on  CrWDetdofmentCenlm help (Mamuith disability  Annaliis Autio'sface as her therapist Margaret Chafelooks on.  Whafs Ihe^pew/behind Easter Seals?  ?  Who builds Easter Seai Houses  and Easter Seal Camps?  Who supplies Easter Seal Buses?  Who provides Patient Care Grants?  Who supports Child Development  Centres? That WHO is YOU, when you  donate to the Easter Seal .Appeal and  use your Easter Seals on every piece of  mail you and your family send out  from your home and olfice.  Without your Easter Seal donation,  countless disabled children in virtually  every community in BC would have  nowhere lo turn for transportation,  recreation, social and medical rehabilitation. Last year alone, nearly 2,000  disabled British Columbians rode Easter  Seal Buses daily to schools, hospitals  and treatment centres. Over 7,000 people from all over BC and the Yukon  That WHO is  YOU'  stayed at Easter Stal Houses while taheir  children were in hospitals. And you put  smiles on the faces of 800 disabled children, who had lhe time of their young  lives at Camp Squamish, Camp  Winfield and Camp Shawnigan.  Please make your Easter Seal donation again this year to ensure that  these enriching experiences continue.  For more information, contact the  BiisishC^uniiialJonsSfxr^'iwChikitei  with Disabilities at Suite 300,177 West 7th  Avenue, Vancouver, British Columbia,  V5YlK5orphone(6M) 873-1865.   W!  To donate, make out your  cheque to: Easter Seal Appeal,  complete tbe form below and  mall it in with your donation.  Who puts a Mom or a Dad at the  bedside of a critically ill child? That  WHO is YOU! It's people just like you  who have helped build our Easter Seal  Houses in Vanoouver and Prince George  that accommodate families with children undergoing hospital treatment.  Mrs. Cathy Waddinglon from Port  Alberni on Vancouver Island is one such  Mom. Her young daughter Nicole has  been coming to the Easter Seal House in  Vancouver ever since it was built in 1985.  "She loves it", exclaims Mrs.  Waddington. "There's lots of toys, she  meets some neat kids. They all go to  the hospital, too. It's really greal,  because they have all the facilities  there and it's good to meet other kids  and their parents who've got problems  that we talk over. Sometimes you  hear about really good doctors, and  Nicole Waddington, one of the  many children you helped last year.  that's interesting and useful."  "They're great here. On Nicole's  birthday, they give her cake and  a present. Nicole calls it her  Easter Seal Holiday Hotel!"  IS  The New Uons Laser Skin Centre  Easter Seals  mean Happy Faces.  ��� YES,1 WOULD LKE TO MAKE A DONATION.  THANK YOU!  I'm enclosing a ��� CHEQUE or ��� MONEY ORDER payable lo: EASTER SEAL APPEAL  Please accept ray contribution of:  DS15  Dt20  Dt25  DJ30  Q$35   D$40  D|  QE Please charges to my D M I 1 I I I  Suite 300,177 West 7th Avenue  Vancouver, BC  V5Y1K5  This year, when you donate and use  your Easter Seals, you're bringing even  more happiness to the faces of many  children in BC who, until now, have  been affected at birth with Port-Wine  Stains, birth maris and other skin disorders. That's because your generosity  has allowed us to establish the Lions  Laser Skin Centre al Vancouver General  Hospital, where your gifts have funded  the purchase of two high technology  lasers that virtually eliminate these  marks. And what could be better rap]  than a child with a happy face?   Hi  ".iV'l 'Fr. ���   .  im cm* life  That statement was made by  Attorney General Colin Gabelmann Thursday in an address to  250 senior crown counsel,  police, corrections staff and  other ministry officials attending  a two-day conference devoted to  ending violence against women.  Gabelmann stressed the criminal nature of violence against  women, urging conference participants to rigorously enforce  the revised ministry policy on  violence against women in relationships.  The minisry of attorney general recently revised its policy  on violence against women,  which directs BC's justice system to emphasize the criminality  of violence within relationships  and take necessary steps to  ensure Ihe protection of women  and children who may be at risk.  The policy calls for arrest and  rigorous prosecution of offences  against women in relationships  and stresses Ihe responsibility of  police and crown counsel - not  the victim - to lay and pursue  criminal charges.  "The safety and protection of  women must be a priority," said  Women's Equality Minister  Penny Priddy in the statement.  "This policy is an important part  of this government's action to  stop violence against women."  Ih the past year, under the  leadership of the Ministry of  Women's Equality, the BC government has committed $10 million to the 'Stopping the Violence' initiative, a coordinated  program to make sure critical  services are in place for women  who have been victims of violence and lo set up programs to  stop the violence.  Part of that funding assisted  the Ministry of Attorney General to implement the new violence against women in relationships policy and to conduct the  two-day conference.  Gabelmann praised the work  of police, communily agencies,  groups who work with victims  of violence, women's organizations and other participants who  look part in the extensive consultations leading up to the  revised ministry policy.  Over the past few weeks,  10,000 copies of the new policy  have been distributed throughout the province to police, victim's assistance groups, community agencies, family counsellors, government ministries and  other interested parties.  A further 5,000 copies are on  their way to mental health  offices, alcohol and drug agencies, hospitals and poverty and  advocacy groups. Additional  copies are available from the  Criminal Justice Branch of the  Ministry of Attorney General.  ��� Perms $45  ��� Cuts $10  ��� Non-y-alloawfng  ��� Longer luting  ��� Ugfiter wtttght  ��� Mininum  ���aNop-tnwr mainlenance  ���Odouriess  W<*diMtday to Salurday at  Brenda*  MM I  'Xf'�����-'���  -���^^^^^^^���f-^^jff. I." __  aa-a-~-t.-Va.a-  .'.1rt__^itimr___-^: -t__.~-.J community  Minnie and BergleSolberg  load their boat with supplies  after a shopping trip Into  Sechelt.  Keilh Thirkell pholo  Coast News, March 29, 1993  the  R6AL 6STAT6 CORH6R  by Herb Craig  REP: GIBSONS REALTY  PREDICTIONS  Part 3  Now that I'm comfortably out on thai proverbial limb - and before  someone saws It off ��� let's discuss the lower priced homes In your  area. The ones at the very bottom of the market. The kind that  Investors buy, palm, then rent oul. Or resell.  My prediction? The prices ol these homes are going to rise  significantly. And, this segment ol the market Is going lo shift upward  In price laster than the overall market.  Why? There are profits to be made in these homes and money seeks  profits. The pattern Is already there. II wasn't too long ago that you  had your choice of which Investment property to buy. Today, when  the good Investment comes on Ihe market - you have lo MOVE jusl  lo gel your bid In on time.  Incidentally, I watch for these homes constantly. If you've haa  problems locating these homes - give me a call.  NATIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE  GIBSONS REALTY LTD. 686-2277  'Cougar Ladies' rocked by rash of thefts  I This Information Series Presented by:  I    BONNIEBROOK INDUSTRIES LTD.  by Keith Thirkell  "I've been plying these waters since 1926  and I have always trusted people here, but  now I'm not so sure."  These are the words of Bergilot Solberg,  better known as one half of the "cougar  ladies" - a title she shares with her sister,  Minnie Solberg.  A rash of thefts from the little molor boal  the sisters normally tie up in Porpoise Bay  has left Ihe elderly pioneers more than a little  ticked off. Solberg said the largest theft  occurred on March 12th after dark: "They  stole all the groceries we just bought and  some gasoline and other stuff, about $200  worth in all."  golden lifelines  Both Solbergs said the thefts are a new  phenomenon which started last year when a  jerry can of gas was lifted from their unattended craft.  'The the/Is are a new  phenomenon which started  last year'  "Bergy", as Bergilot is known to many,  now lives about ten miles up Sechelt Inlet  while Minnie still braves the wilds of Deserted Bay in Jervis Inlet next to an old logging  camp.  Hunting, trapping and generally liv  ing by their wits have kept them alive over  the years,  Bergilot and Minnie Solberg have called  Sechelt and Jervis inlets home ever since  they moved from Norway when they were  children.  It's also not unusual to see them both  swinging huge duffel bags over their shoulders or full five gallon jerry cans under Iheir  arms as they load up supplies for another  few days: just another shopping trip via the  wind tunnel known as Jervis Inlet.  "I don't know what kind of miserable  creature would swipe stuff from a couple of  folks like us but I'm getting tired of it. We  don't have a lot of money," Solberg said.  by Joyce Ostry  The activity calendar shows  that April promises to be a busy  month.  . The first Salurday, April 3  shows Ihe Easier sale and luncheon. Last week's article said  the door would open at 10 am.  That is wrong - the doors will  open at 11 a.m. People who are  working on projects at home for  the sale and need to have these  items picked up phone the centre at 885-3513 or Virginia al  885-3584. Don't forget a little  something for the hamper or  hampers; thai depends on the  number of items brought in for  the hamper. There will be tickets and a draw.  The ever-popular bake sale  items are being handled by  Mary Robson and she can be  reached at 885-7917. You will  have to get your information  from Mary as we couldn't connect on the phone - nobody's  fault - that's the way things go  at times. Pulling on a sale and  luncheon is a big job for one or  two or Ihree people. So ladies  and gentlemen phone the above  numbers.  It's just a few hours of your  time so phone on Thursday  morning and offer your help.  This is a good time to come out  and meet people, and if you're  shy, doing something with your  The grand opening  of the settlors  activity centre...  hands makes the adventure easier. Individuals are needed for  the kitchen and the tables.  Because the centre is spacious,  bridge will slill be held in the  card room.  The first of the two monthly  execulive meetings will be at 10  a.m. Tuesday, April 6.  Plant sale  The annual plant sale is April 10  on Saturday from 11 a.m. to  whenever. Someone mentioned  hot dogs too, so we'll have to  wait and see.  The grand opening of the  seniors activity centre is April  17 at 2 p.m. at 5630 Trail  Avenue.Jean Sherlock will be  cutting the ribbon for Ihe official ceremonies which begin at  3 p.m. The festivities will continue wilh happy hour at 6 p.m.  and a banquet at 7 p.m. You  should purchase tickets soon for  Ihe banquet. They are $14 per  person and can be bought at the  centre.  VARIETY 5ee!i.?h FOODS  ffi) Enquiry bc can i-soo-663-7867 ummghoutRc.  EnquiiyCmlrehour8:7a.m.to7p.m.MondaytoFridayand9a.m.to5p.m.Sa  Wit Corporation of $e  Qistrift of ��f elicit  P.O.B��129,5545liiWAVa5w��'Sei!het Trtaphorw (604) 885-1986 Fax (604) 885-7591  MUNICIPAL MEMO  Celebration / Canada Day What's Happening on  June 30 ��� July 1 Cowrie Street???  Council has decided on a plan that includes  both Celebration Day and Canada Day in one  event The date of the event is June 30 - July  1. The Coordinator of this year's community  celebration is Beverly Tanchak. Ms. Tanchak  will be the chairman of a Celebration / Canada  Day Committee. Anyone interested in  participating in a woiking committee for the  creation of the event is Invited to contact  Beverly at 885-2330.  Please be advised that construction has  begun on Sechelt's "Downtown  Revitalization" program. Work will be  continuing on Cowrie Street over the next  few months and it is hoped that the job will  be completed by mid May.  Through traffic or traffic to shopping areas  is advised to use Teredo Street whenever  possible so as to prevent delay and  congestion.  We apologize for any inconvenience  caused residents over the next while.  Burning Permits  A Burning Permit is required year-round for  all land clearing type fires.  A Burning Permit for all other types of  burning, such as backyard refuse, Is  required from April 15,1993 to mid-  October. There Is no fee for this type of  Burning Permit. Application may be made  to the Fire Chief at the Fire Station.  Please note that Burning Permits may be  cancelled at any time depending upon the  prevailing forest conditions and fire hazard.  Garbage Pick-up  Please note that there will be NO  DISRUPTION to regular garbage pick  up by Sunshine coast Disposal Services  on Good Friday, AfMril 9th, 1993.  Regular Council Meetings  Regular District of Sechelt Council  MMtlngs are held the 1st and 3rd  Wednesday of each month at 7:30 p.m.  in the SCRD Boardroom.  Mayor's Hotline  ff  885-5360  Garbage Containers  Please be advised that all household  garbage put out for collection MUST be in  covered 15 or 16 gallon garbage containers  and that the maximum number of  containers allowed per household is 2.  Red tags for additional containers are  available at the Municipal Hall -10 tags for  $10.00.  Please help our litter problem by always  having your garbage containers tightly  sealed. It is most unpleasant for Sunshine  Coast Disposal employees, your  neighbours and most of all for you to have  kitchen waste scattered all over lawns and  walkways. If the containers are well  covered crows, dogs or other animals ate  discouraged from investigating the  remains of your past week's meals.  Your co-operation is appreciated.  i   a. i. a .11 * v-ucim i-*ne*rj|   rvicm.il m\j,    i jjj  The Coast News...  Four  community  newspaper  Town of  Gibsons  Notice of Public Hearing  Pursuant fo Sections 956 and 957 of Ihe Municipal Act, o  Public Hearing will be held al Ihe Municipal Hall, 474 Soulh  Fletcher Road, Gibsons, B.C. at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, April  15th, 1993 fo consider Zoning Amendment Bylaw Nos. 555-  59, 555-60 and 555-61 Al the Hearing all persons who deem  their interest in property fo be affected by the proposed bylaws  will be afforded an opportunity lo be heard on mailers  conloined in those bylaws.  Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 535-59  The purpose of Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 555 59 ii lo  rezone lol 54, Blocks 1-4, D.L. 689, Plan 18824 from the  (Light) Industrial (II) zone lo lhe (Automobile) Commercial 3  |C3| zone and lo rezone Lol B of 7, Blocks 4-6, D.L. 689, Plan  7700 and lot 1, Blocks 4-6, D.L. 689, Plan 13703 to o  dislance of 59 melres (193 feel) north of the existing boundary  of Highway 101 from Single-Family and Two-Family Residential  3 (R3| "o the (Aulomobile) Commercial 3 |C3| zone as shown  on the following map.  SUNSMIHE COAST HIOHVtY  wrojrer.    H0,n.-, ������ . .,.-..1  ocp u.a^.'.-a.r 4,1.1. ....  The intent of Ihe rezoning would be lo place the existing Shell  Service Stalion and car wash in the more appropriate automobile  commercial zone while rezoning an area approximately 59  metres (193 feet) in depth and 70 metres (231 feet) in length for  0 new gasoline service station and retail store. Ultimately, the  existing service station would be converted to offices for Shell Oil,  the car wash would be retained and Ihe existing site integrated  with the new service station and retail store.  Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 555-60  The purpose of Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 555-60 is to  introduce a new base map lo the Zoning Bylaw on which the  various land use zones will be identified. This larger scale  computer-generated map will replace the existing five pages of  mapping and map explanation currently forming part of Ihe  bylaw. There are no lands being rezoned through this bylaw  amendment.  Bylaw Amendment 555-60 will also delete Section 1806 (6)  from Zoning Bylaw 555, such section identifying rezoning  application fees. These fees are identified in Ihe Town's  "Application Fee Bylaw No. 667."  Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 555-61  The purpose of Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 555-61 is to  rezone a portion of land in the southwest corner of Block 9,  except portions in Explanatory Plan 3285 and Plan 16817,  D.L. 689, Plan 2987, measuring approximately 38 melres (125  feet by 99 metres (328 feet) from the existing Single-Family and  Two-Family Residential Zone 3 |R3) to the (General)  Commercial Zone I (CI) as shown on the following map.  The intent of the rezoning is to permit the subject property to be  used by Gibsons Building Supplies as an extension of ils  building materials storage area.  The above is a synopsis of the bylaws and is not deemed to be  an interpretation thereof. Copies of the above bylaws are  available for inspection al Ihe Tow of Gibsons Municipal  Office, 474 South Fletcher Road, Gibsons, B.C. Monday  through Friday, excepting statutory holidays, 8:00 a.m. to 430  p.m. from March 29*, 1993 to April 15th, 1993  Susan Stratis  MUNICIPAL PLANNER  community  roberls creek  by Beverley Shipley  Several topics were presented  at last week's RCCA meeting,  starting with a report on the  LRUP by Harry Almond.  Representatives from Rainbow Preschool are looking for  community support in their  ongoing fundraising campaign  to deal with the problem of finding a new home for the school.  School principal Jack Pope  and trustee Lynn Chapman gave  a report on the APRA study. It  was hoped thai Roberls Creek  would keep its present school  system of elementary schools  from kindergarten through grade  7 with no more than 350 students per school. Expected  increase in amount of students  in this area is 20 percent - a  direct reflection of present 1/2  acre lol zoning.  Carol Anne Glover is interested in having a teenage member on Ihe execulive lo give that  age group input into the meetings and also lo involve  teenagers in the very important  A Roberts Creek Eagle.  Joel Johnstone photo  learning process of grassroots  government.  SCRD director Brett McGillivray gave a talk on local  property taxes and he discussed  how   the   SCRD   can   only  ASK  CARMEN DIXON  she knows  Carnien placed her "For Rent" classified ad in the Coast  News and Coast News Weekender at our special 'Pay  for two weeks get the third one FREE rate.  She also placed her ad for one week in the leader,  During the first week her ad ran, Caimen received 25  phone cais. She had asked people where they had  seen her ad  All 25 dk were generated by her Coast News &  Weekender ad  She receicved NO calls from her Leader ad.  By the end of the second week, her ad in the Coast  News & Weekender had brought in 42 phone calls,  and Caimen phoned to cancel the third week. She also  wanted us to know just how well her Coast News  Classified had worked!  Thanks for telling us, Carmen!  Dont be shut out  Coatf News-  Weekender  Classifieds  Cruice Lane,  Gibsons  886-2622  Cowrie St,  Sechelt  885-3930  It's your call!  increase taxes for specific purposes which are voted on by  taxpayers. Taxes are based on  market value and assessments  went up by 40 percent this year.  School News  The new bus loop at the rear  of the school is almost complete. A reminder to parents  picking up and dropping off students - please avoid driving into  the parking area as ihis is an  extremely congested area and  extra vehicles create a dangerous situation.  Benefit dance  A benefit dance for the computer lab at the school is happening Saturday, April 17.  Organized by Cyndie Jones, the  Roberts Creek Hall will be rocking to the tunes of Jess Lee and  Ihe Honky Tonk Men. The  dance starts at 9 pm to I am and  tickets are on sale at Ihe general  store and at Sayward Books.  OCP meeting  The next meeting for the  working members of the OCP  committee   is   Wednesday,  tUnris bay news  March 31 at 7:30 pm in the  library at Roberls Creek elementary.  Legion sale  The ladies auxiliary of the  R/C legion are having a garage  sale Sunday, April 18 at the  legion. Donations of plants,  books, or whal have you would  be appreciated. For information  call 886-0973 or 886-9338.  Earth Day  Preparations are starting for  Earth Day, this year to be celebrated from 10:30 am to 5 pm  Sunday, April 25 at Cliff Gilker  Park. There will be food  booths, eco booths, guest speakers, a raffle to benefit the Tetrahedron and Caren Range, and of  course fun for everyone. There  will again be lots of live music -  so far including Graham Walker, Denise Olsson and John  Marian, along with local bands  Straight From the Kitchen and  Butler in the Hey. Il's gonna be  great. To book a booth or to  help in any way call Pat at 886-  8820.  by Jo-Anne Sheanh, 885-3629  A new director of the Davis  Bay/Wilson Creek Community  Association's executive was  inadvertently lefl off the list last  week and she is Louise Colliss.  Library happenings  Help - the Davis Bay/Wilson  Creek library is looking for a  lost book titled Free Stuff For  Children. Will you please check  your bookshelves and desks to  see if you or yours has forgotten lo return it? The library is  continuing to open Tuesday  night from 6 to 7:30 pm, but  after three months, they are  going to reassess the feasibility  of evening hours. They are  however still open Friday from  2 to 4 pm and Saturday from 10  am to 4 pm. Story hour for tots  is Wednesday morning from 10  to 11 am. Do use this facility as  it would be a shame lo lose il  through lack of interest.  Neighbour passes  Sometimes we think Ihings  never change, that every day is  the same, but it is not until you  are away for a period of time  that one realizes it just isn't so!  We were sorry to hear of Ihe  passing of long time neighbour,  Helen Phillips and to learn that  Joe Kertesz, a familiar figure  who always fished off Ihe dock  is in a nursing home in Mission.  It appears there has been a lot  of moving around lately. Longtime residents Milt and Fran  Ovens, Cece and Jean Robinson, and Frank and Myma Harrison have all left Davis Bay for  Sechell, while Roger and  Shirley Gagnon have left West  Sechell for Davis Bay. The  times, they are a-changing.  Garbage problems  The dumpster, hidden by latticework, that was a fixture on  Ihe beach in Davis Bay has  been removed. Unfortunately, it  has not deterred people from  MiBBnSM  Announces a Spring  SERVICE & LUBE SPECIAL  ,r>dud  ���l*5 ��f oil  So*tra)  feXVtt^SJJi Price includes Free Chassis Lube  APRIL ���*"    & 25point visual inspection.  D.G. Repairs is the Government Licensed  Inspection Station Specializing in  Heavy Truck Repairs  on the Sunshine Coast  Detroit Diesel Parts  & Service is our  Specialty.  Complefe Mobile Service Available for Marine & Equipment Repair.  Corner Payne arid Seamount, Gibsons 886-4577  dumping their garbage onto the  cement slab that is there.  Sechell council passed a recommendation by the Public Works  Committee that no garbage  facilities will be installed at  Davis Bay Beach at this time.  The disbursement of garbage  for our area will be reviewed  again in May. In the meantime,  what is Ihe solution? How do  we educate people to dispose of  their garbage in properly?  At the residents and ratepayers association meeiing on  March 10, one of the issues  raised was the problem of litter  on the highway. Members were  asked to clean the areas in front  of their homes and around mail  boxes and bus stops. Volunteers  were recruited and garbage bags  were handed oul. Ruth Biggers  is going to organize a work  party to clean up for a few  hours on a weekend.  Interest over marina  Great interest was expressed  at this meeting regarding the  proposed Wilson Creek marina  development. Of particular  interest was the question of  sewage, a treatment plant, possible fuel spills and of course,  the effect il may have on the  wildlife, particularly the bird  estuary, the mudflats and the  fish. Tony Greenfield of the  Sechelt Marsh Society stated  lhat he had been bird watching  for over 20 years and had at one  count found 168 different  species of birds in Ihe Wilson  Creek area. The Sechelt Indian  Band chief stated there will be  another public meeting and  invited the members to attend.  More is expected lo be heard  about this issue at the next residents meeting which is scheduled for April 6 at 7:30 pm.  This is your opportunity to hear  it first hand.  Riverview  Hospital to  be reviewed  The office of ombudsman  Dulcie McCallum is conducting  ils first comprehensive review  of Riverview Hospital and is  anxious lo receive contributions  from as many people as possible  whose lives have been touched  by the hospital.  In addition to interviews  being conducted by the office,  contributions of all kinds will be  considered as part of the investigation.  These may include letters  and tapes, submitted on an  anonymous or confidential  basis, if preferred.  If enough people on the Sunshine Coast request interviews,  the investigating leam has suggested that they may conduct  the interviews here.  The report of the ombudsman will be made public. Contact Dulcie McCallum, Ombus-  dman of BC or phone toll free  1-800-742-6157, FAX 387-  0198. Contact for the investigation - Peter Carver or Bill Sum-  mersgill, 202-1275 West 6th  Avenue, Vancouver, BC V6H  1A6.  u  Ai'^a.'aaVV*  '.-'~*V-*-- *a*V-.��-*-' ***"  ,A  r ,1-aafr if, r* ���' *t*7 Coast News, March 29, 1993  community services  by Dianne Evans  Parent-Tot Drop-In is one of  the programs sponsored by  Community Services. This  popular program which runs  from October to May, offers  support for parents of children  up to five years old. It gives  parents a chance to meet others, join in play activities with  iheir children, and have access  lo information on child development and parenting.  Coordinator Therese Egan  said last week this year has  seen a big increase in the number of families attending.  "A tremendous number of  newcomers to the Coast find  their way lo the Drop-In very  soon after their arrival here,"  F.gan said. "Il's a wonderful  way to gel to know the community, for Iheir kids and for  themselves. This trend has been  very prominent Ihis year."  New Session at Gibsons  The Gibsons program,  which has been offered at the  Gibsons Uniled Church on  Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays has been expanded lo  include a fourth session on  Tuesday mornings from 9:30 to  11:30 am. "By 10 am we had  more than 40 children and il  was getting overcrowded,"  Thcresc explained. "Wc have  made a limit of 30 children per  session to maintain the quality  of the program. Parents who  were turned away before will  now be able to participate."  Olher sessions are offered  from 9:30 to 11:30 at St.  Hilda's, Sechelt on Tuesdays  and al Wilson Creek Community Hall on Thursdays. There  is a small daily attendance fee.  Information Services  Parents arc eager to gel  information about parenting  issues and Egan has been working to make as many resources  available to parents as possible.  "We have applied for funds  to develop a small resource  library for parents. This will  not duplicate services offered  by other libraries. It will be  very specific and cover the day ���  to day issues lhal parents  have," said Egan. "This will be  practical information - parents  won't have to read long volumes lo gel whal Ihey need."  As well as the library, a discussion group for parents will  shortly begin. A series of five  sessions for parents interested  in sharing (heir experiences  will be moderated by Egan.  "This will give parents a  chance to laik about issues, to  help one another. Wc will  focus on problem solving.  We're not going lo "teach" parenting."  Parent-Tot Drop-In is funded by a small grant from Ihe  ministry of social services,  from the daily attendance fees  and from community fundraising.  Thank You  Therese Egan has been  seeking financial support in the  community this pasl year and  would like lo thank the following businesses for jointly providing $1,000 lo help the program: Gibsons Realty, SuperValu, Gibsons Building Supplies, Clayton Heritage Market  and the Sunshine Coasl Credit  Union.  "This kind of support is very  important," Egan said. "The  program is growing all the time  and our small grant does not  allow us lo replace or enhance  our equipment. Community  support helps us grow lo meel  ihe new demands for Ihe program."  For further information call  Community Services at 885-  5881, Monday to Friday, 9 am  lo 4 pm.  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us  Leave your cares al home wilh us.  Pel / Animal Cava*  Mllf Clearing and Forwarding  Indoor Plain and Yatd Mainleiunce  Regular Home Ctiet* oar live-in Samfcs*  CALL SHARON 885-2228  ��C  ���     It  BONDED LICENSED MSUAED  ���^h^CoaarlToCottL  community  VINYL SIDING  Vinyl t Aluminum Windows'Aluminum Railings  Vinly Sundeck Fknniig.fatio Coverings  ALWEST  #7 -5522 Wharf St., Sechelt Jim Bain 8854572  VISIT OUR SHOWROOM ANYTIME  Having fun at the Parent-Tot  Drop-In centres at Gibsons  United Church Hall.  Joel Johnstone photo  HELPING THE WORLD  WRITE NOW  CODE  Sall-sutfIcitncy through literacy  In Iht davtloping world  For InlormeHon cell t-800-661 CODE  Pamper your dog for Easter.  M^       Book now for a luxurious  grooming, flea bath  included.  Easter cat  boarding still  available at  863-9706 open Saturdays  11   1*^1H  Christinas  Skin Care  and  Eeauty Clinic  12 Yean of Experience  * Facials  Hair Removal  Manicure/ Pedicure  Back Treatment  Lash/ Brow Tints  Trained in Europe  Advanced Equipment  Peaceful Surroundings  1  Reitman./  Grand Opening  March 31,1993  20% off entire store  ORE  Prions jncludin9  A/A* Wo.Ce     and  departments  KeilfllQn./ GIBSONS PARK PL.AZA from March 31 to April 3 community  is coming  Member ol  ALLIED...  The Careful Movers  STORAG  ��� 10,000 sq. ft of heated, gov't approved storage.  ��� Dust-frej storage in closed wooden pallets.  LEN WMV'S TRANSFER LTD.  Custom Packing. Storage. Local & Long Distance Moving  Pender Harbour Customers  HWY. 101. GIBSONS       Please CALL COLLECT 886-2664  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  According to reports, the St.  Patrick's Day pub night was a  most enjoyable event at Welcome Beach hall. It would have  been good to have had a better  turnout for the event, but those  who did support it had a great  time. The next social gathering  will be for the spring lime luncheon on April 15. More about  this nearer the lime.  Wildlife Rehab  Joanne Dickeson of the  Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre  in Halfmoon Bay says the baby  bird season has arrived and the  cenlre has already received Ihe  first of the 199.1 baby birds.  Joanne reminds people who find  them lo Iry lo reunite them with  their nest, ll is an old wives'  tale lhat once a bird is handled  by humans, lhe parent birds will  reject it. II is recommended to  avoid skin to skin conlacl wilh  the babies as oil from human  skin can be detrimental to feather growth. Use gloves or a tissue to limit contact. If the nest  cannot be found or is inaccessible or if the bird is injured, call  885-5997 or bring it lo the cenlre which is on the second Trout  Lake road coming from Sechelt,  If you have any questions  Joanne will be happy to answer  and lo give helpful advice.  For those who would like to  give some volunteer time to  help there will be interviews  and orientation at the centre on  April 9, 10 and 11. If you can'l  give of your time you can help  in olher ways by sending donalions.  Bridge  If you would like to get  together with a friendly group  of bridge players you will be  pleased lo know that you can do  so al Welcome Beach hall on  April 2 and 16 - every second  and fourth Fridays.  .ai-aflN         'K_  *L�� cJ  ___          _f\   C^l                    laHlH  aW vLWT^^A *jM -S "v*-**  *m ^_Wk\'_m _^_j_Zi _^.^_t  i^Kafl                          VI  ^ifiiiB  ^H TsV _\W_mt_m_\  \m^_f B  \W        -^mmmmmmmmW^^^^^mm^mmW*l___a_am'-'                t^_M  \\w_w_m         \^_^_^_WK_W_W           W.W?*' "41  .--    ^la^^F"*  Vivian Tepoorten, Alison Steele, Erika Wright, Bertie Hull, and  Mary Macdonald receive their Red Cross Blood Donor  Certificates of Merit and merit pins from co-ordlnator Pat  Kennedy Thursday, at the Sechelt Legion. The legion will host  the coming April 5 donor clinic. Joel Johnstone photo  sechelt scenario  This map  represents  traditional  homesites  of the  Sechelt  Band  smart  chikwat  umcHuck    tchahach-  Boulder Island  saughanaught  sawquawmain  saubin  smeshalin  ^*   sallahlus  sekalteon  Bargain Harbour  oalkyim  klayekwim  x���skoo-pah  othoo-leech  Shannon Creek  swaycalse       klaalth  sam ko  Sechelt  tsawcome  In Ihe spiril of cooperalion and communication, lhe Sechelt Indian Band is hosting  an open forum on the Aboriginal Fishing Strategy,  Sunday, April 4, beginning at 9:00 am, Raven's Cry Theatre, Sechelt.  We are extending an invitation to the Sunshine Coast Community to join us in an open dialogue.  At 7 pm we will feature the film, "The Saltwater People". This National Film Board production explores the lifestyle  of the Native people of the West Coast of Vancouver Island.  Please join us for this community event.  Councillor Calvin Craigan, Sechelt Indian Band fisheries Director, 885-2273.  by Deanna Lueder, 885-7365  I know the beach at Davis  Bay is not part of this column's  territory but please, on behalf of  all Sunshine Coasters, stop  dumping garbage at the beach.  We were gathering seaweed  there recently after the big  rains. The sun was out, the sea  was shining and eagles and  gulls screamed as they circled  and landed at the mouth of  Chapman Creek.  Children, finally let loose  after days of confinement while  it rained, ran and skipped along  the edges of the water. II was  beautiful lo see and Ihe air was  so fresh after the rain, that we  congratulated ourselves once  again for having the good sense  to live here. And then the  garbage.  It is dumped by humans who  are obviously uncaring beyond  the perimeters of their narrow  little lives and strewn by birds  who have come to learn whal  black and green plastic bags are  likely to contain. It is frustrating to see when most of us care  about our surroundings and preserving the beauty of Ihe coastline.  A reminder to all: watch for  broken glass and jagged tin can  edges at beaches and parks.  Bring along a garbage bag for  your own needs and to pick up  any trash you encounter.  Craft sale  The Save The Children Fund  of BC, Sunshine Coast branch,  will be holding its spring crafts  sale on Thursday and Friday,  April I and 2 at the Royal Bank  end of Trail Bay Mall.  The sale will run from 9:30  am to mall closing lime bolh  days. They always have beautifully crafted sweaters and sets  for children and babies, along  with a multitude of other crafts.  On Saturday, April 3 at the  mall, the Sechelt Garden Club  will hold its long-awaited  spring plant sale. Il begins al  9:30 am to 12 pm and sells both  annuals and perennials. Knowledgeable advice is free for the  asking as time allows.  Also on Saturday, April 3  there will be an Easter craft and  bake sale at the Seniors hall on  Trail Avenue beginning at 11  am. There will be lots of fine  items and delicious baking for  sale. It's a chance to see the  new hall as well. ;  A reminder of the flea mar- ,  ket and bake sale coming up on  Sunday. April 4 at the legion I  hall on Wharf Road. It is sponsored by the ladies auxiliary  and runs from 10 am lo 2 pm.  Blood donor clinic  Be sure to eat a full meal (no  dieting allowed) a couple of  hours before you donate blood.  That's the advice from the Red  Cross who, aided by local volunteers, will be holding a blood  donor clinic at the Sechelt  Legion hall on Monday, April 5  from 3 to 8 pm.  Have you noticed the change  in the BC Ferry tuck shop? The  news racks at the front of the  ' shop feature BC books ad  authors instead of the usual  paperback rows of best sellers.  This new feature has gathered a  lot of favourable comment and  is a terrific way to promote BC  and its writers.  The timing is perfect with  the tourist season just beginning.  ���.a-^-.rf.V>'.*..  .-** ���*;'.'-,>*���-�����J   "  V-    ='��**V W  I Jaa<-  *_,.-.   .;*..**-.�� community  Coast News, March 29, 1993  tttmOimtkn ^./vIaC  Children's Hospital  11  Gibsons volunteer firemen  practice procedure  Wednesday on a house  scheduled for demolition as a  training burn.  Kyla McDonald photo  It's finally here!  The  Mcqa-Dollar  BLOWOUT  SALE  <oy  george In glbaons  by George Cooper  Allan S. 'Stan' Trueman was honoured at  a special gathering Feb. 28 at the Dunsmuir  House in Sidney by his family and friends.  The next day, March 1, was the day Stan  turned 90. About 40 people attended the  birthday party arranged by his sons Cedric  and Elliott with the assistance of daughters-  in-law Judy and Katherine.  Stan Trueman came to Gibsons in 1930 to  teach at the Howe Sound High School, a  building then on the present site of Gibsons  Elementary, but demolished in 1954. In 1952  Stan moved to the new Elphinstone Secondary School where he was principal until  1955, and continued to teach there unlil his  retirement in the late 60s.  A resident of Victoria for the past decade  or so, Stan has been busy in his retirement  with his garden plot, and with both square  and Scottish country dancing. Now he regularly attends an exercise class, has begun  studying Spanish and continues his singing  in a seniors choir.  Happy birthday from Gibsons, Stan.  Curling  Ah, that winter game, curling. When the  knees refuse to lift the body up from the  hack, the time has come to just watch others.  And good watching there was a couple of  weeks ago in the national men's championships from Ottawa. Some use at last from  that sports channel. Aside from the death  cries of the skips urging on the sweepers, the  many-angled camera shots and the unhurried  pace of the game made for satisfying viewing for us has-beens.  Another view of the game from Kerry  Banks writing in the Georgia Strait decries  the tortoise-like pace of the game and the  frantic sweepers attacking the sliding rocks  "like gerbils on amphetamines."  He quotes a former ski champion who has  said that with curling accepted in the 1992  Olympics, "can bowling, darts and ballroom  dancing be far behind?" The game, says  Banks would better serve as it once did in  1890, as a cure for insanity.  Elphie scheduling  creates headaches  by Kyla McDonald  A battle is raging within the  walls of Elphinstone Secondary  School. The students are upset,  the teachers are upset and no  one really seems to have a firm  grasp on why. The problem at  the base of all this unrest is next  year's schedule change; to be on  the semester system or not.  Currently at Elphinstone the  senior grades are on the  semester system while the rest  of the school remains full year.  The students schedule revolves  around an eight-block rotation.  Many reasons have combined to  make changes in this system  necessary including a new  provincial government policy  called Regulation 8 which states  that all students must have an  extra 45 minutes of class time a  week. These extra minutes will  result in classes that are 62 minutes long instead of 60.  Another reason for the  schedule adjustment is a clause  in the teachers' contract which  states that each teacher cannot  teach more than 22 hours and 15  minutes a week or be available  for more than 5 hours and 30  minutes a day. It also says that  all teachers must have a full-  year preparation block.  It is this last regulation which  causes the most problems with  the semester system, because  teachers must teach a maximum  of six semester classes as well  as have at least one junior class  (grade 8,9,10) in order to have a  full-year preparation block.  No final decisions about any  changes have yet been made,  however. The school is still trying to determine the best course  of action.  "There will be a survey for  all grade 11 students in the middle of next week, and 1 guarantee what they say will count."  says Mr. Stoochnoff after hearing the students' concerns.  He added, however, there are  already changes in the works for  next year, most likely consisting  of a 20-block rotation instead of  the current 8-block system. The  students will still take a maximum of eight classes a year but  each class will consist of either  two or three blocks.  This 20-block system works  with either the semester system  or the yearly program, but if the  senior grades remain on the  semester system, some of the  classes with low enrollment  may be cancelled, or extra  teaching time would be required.  Stoochnoff says all the systems work, but with the teachers' contract it would be easier  to have the yearly system.  Elphinstone  Secondary  NEWS-  <C  Another Provincial Scholarship Winner  Congratulations to Franceses Mitten (Ryan)l Francesca  is the forth Elphinstone student to earn a qualifying score  on provincial scholarship exams. The other three  students were announced earlier.  Space available in Self-Esteem Workshop  The schools PAC asks if there Is a parent who would like  to attend the Clare Lameres workshop recently  advertized in local papers. This workshop will be free of  charge to the person selected. It is an all day session in  Sechelt on May 4. Call the Principal at 886-2204 if  interested.  PAC Dance  The school's P.A.C. is organizing a student dance for  April 1. The usual school rules will apply. Tickets will be  on sale starting today  April 2-Non-lnstructional Day  This Friday teachers will be going to a district teacher's  conference at Sechelt for the whole day. Students are  not to attend school.  Coast News Classifieds  GET RESULTS!  -row OPEN-  EYE-DEAL OPTICAL  Specializing in quality fashion frames and  professional fitting of contact lenses  CONE IN  AND SEE  OUR......  numefuougm $1 IS 1  Patio door blinds    | | Jr  with valance;  assorted colors,  wettmWe_W  vsfasBjpVl  fyvtiwUl TOP QUALITY  Starting at  aCADPET A-  witvrcl w  LINO ROLL ENDS  OVER50COLO1  CHOOSE FROM  Square Fool   Regular price up to $23.99/!��*|, yd.  Quality Woven  Area Rugs  3x5,4x6,6x9  ALL20%OFF  IN-STORE SPECIALS ON NOW  SUNNYC KISI   MAI I  HIGHWAY   101    GIB50N5,   886-8871  MONDAY - FRIDAY 9 ��� 5   SATURDAY 104  TILE ��� CARPET ��� LINO ��� BLINDS ��� DECK COVERING  BOOK SIGNING ��� BOOK SIGNING ��� BOOK SIGNING  BOOK SIGNING ��� BOOK SIGNING ��� BOOK SIGNING  ROUGH AND READY TIMES  A HISTORY OF THE PEOPLE  WHO WORKED AT THE MILL &  LIVED IN PORT MELLON  WW  t :  ^&2_z��_4      aS-***^.*MF  vyrw   fl <flj"*��  t  i  WW  ��$$*#4*V  MEET THE AUTHORS ELLEN FRITH & PETER TROWER  fr  ��*>  SATURDAY, APRIL 3  Join the authors for a book signing at  Sayward's Books in Gibsons (10 am to 1 pm)  and at Talewind Books in Sechelt (2 pm to 4 pm).  COASTAL HISTORY 12 Coast News, March 29,  1993  /$l  HOURS  Sunday 10 (i  Mon ��� Thurs 9 7  Friday 9 9  Saturday 9-6  Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt 8852025  Meat 885-9812 Bakery 885-9823  w^TGm  HERITAGE MARKET  Vour fir/t choce in food/  Wti'dJ  / These arc just a few of the  more than 350 specials  you II find in store for you.  I'riees effective  Monday, March 29 to  Sunday, April 4  Groceries  Groceries  *u��*em��,* Urn '$m*mm ��� ������ '��� *.:- ���  W* tmtehtHnyi.  Oround Com       4 oo Dish Ditiroint  iOet~-~~~.  ngmmmM M*%*\*Wt SOeml ......���.���.ymumfvw.6S  e^rM+r*m**_tm*y_M wiaii^uU hun*y  Mayonnaim ooa Ditiroint  yjQmJ ��� ,���>_m-mtJt ,   4HW-9: raomt ��������>���������� i.<to  e_ i ���        _M   .  >-.��. . , ���*  -���* �� 1-- i-,,__l. ,  un ajf-WB am imiM   ��� ������vf'i^pnr pvwifr hmm/  Syrup 9_4it'< Ditiroint     !  7J0 mi _^_���----WMiM*        Jm IV I.J 1  ymumv..VI  MpRilR '''''^''jvS*>''V/;'* .wsv* ���',%'*; tWRWItOy  Corn Oil        _   o*fii Do�� Pood  Pumtght **" 7- Ouofcar  Canola Oil      -4    000 Oranola Dipps  31��� ��� r-mwm-UH f    *10b*9*B> IVf you***,.97  _^*-   * ,  I IAM VlOITABUS  aaaj sas^a.aA.M.     "' - _^_t_tt_W 4 MOg.-,..   ���/�������� M*V. J5  ^P^^ ,fa��P ���a###aJ#��s##aa##��>��fa*^##i(i<a#Wala^r aemmQw *^P     -    ,      ,^'lr,lPV*l! SPt^ ��  MUaCMROOII* "^WO1 LlMOHAOl  'w!!!r.iir'^iii*i'ffi;a5 94T ������*������������������������������������������ -~...r������ �����*��� .j-7  ^rr***wm -*mmt. J*!j*bT*E ^h .a  t-tifi Mixu a  ��,o1 FlSH |N Battir  jSKnitLutj ���_Ai!!Z_Zmn._Vm JWU JT fl��  ��Jp"J W^0.��.^^...M,.**^^���.^)��W��RVI��^l  '''tttfitf AjMfe.f.fM ';'i*'"'^M��'-"l oris WMir Kfitp$ mW,   , !���#.>����� .- ^.^i ggj Fish Sticks    ,���,  J5E5-SwSi����ii ��� 'J **0' ���,mm<m--t��fim��xsi  Seafood  t'  1.58  C?"o:- ^ fe ['<t  1.28  ���138  1.88  o^ -*l ��<.    r   |/i  Frozen Foods  Bakery  1.18  .58  a48  fl ,/i���''.*.:  ���a  Piasant Briad  454*   Cinnamon Buns  pkg of 6  ..���...��.  Appli Turnovirs  pkg of 4   Animal Cookiis  Cornish Pastiis  Cornmial Briad  4540..  1.39  2.24.  1.49.  1.49  Ittarf.  .(WiHtJI  J<0H��)���. ���_ ,.ja**t����|j**l tM  PlANUT BUTTIR  Mkt ,....; ....-^.ytSmmAti  CRANCOOCIAIL  tM I - ������-.., ..ymmam Wl  -  SPAOHITTI dk d_  tee, ^>imMi -   I��l<  SockiyiSalmon  313 f  ��� ..*��!*�� mm Al  .Pink Salmon  313 ��  ,.���m i,|fi�� a#��.fl  Kfleieaw CrMHV Rr  ClURY .fOUP  3R4 nw .....^..... w���<a**yRQ RRWR ���?#  Lunch Miat  340S..  Mackiril  aMcCrmlcaV'l  HONIY O  4000   Until  Cnfalac rasady ie um  Infant Pi  USml  T-Boni Stiaks  Chickin Briasts  11^*0  Oround Bin  Ham Nuooits  t.��0/kf ���.���~~.~...  m9aW a\W Wm\rm\W WM VfaWH  Sausaois  MOA0  Oround Lamb  mn^  .  TURKIY SMOKIIS  Iuropian Wiinirs  MiatPmi  Organic Produce  k^fc4*a BV^aTaW ^^wRWaa^W  Bid Duioous .Appias oo  l.H��*la*|i,,iiiiiii ii  ���   ���'laW'aWa*  gajsjMyiyaan.  _tmmm_imM_t*mm_{ ' ��� W        _h__  WF&^^mm7a&��� .. '"_*S_Ww_W_k'  emmtmmmm. ���',      Ifc.* m~*rmym^  M*  m*um��   6O0 off  Any Seafood Item  -'*���'   ^ Limit one per customer  March 29 April 4, 1993.  ,,\.siY  CLAYTONS HERITAGE MARKET Coast News, March 29,  1993  13  community  Earth day '93 preparations underway  Members & Guest, Welcome  bv Pat Rid-away  The 4th annual Sunshine Coast Earth Day  is coming up fast! Once again events to celebrate Ihe earth will occur at Cliff Gilker Park  on Sunday, April 25. Rain or shine Ihe day  will commence at 11 am and continue to  5:30 pm. We have a full day of entertainment lined up with our own Sunshine Coast  Raging Grannies starting things off followed  by Graham Walker with fun songs for the  kids. Nexl we have performances by Denise  Olsson, El iya's 'Chop Sticks Haul Water',  John Marian, Straight From the Kitchen,  Endangered Species (great earth songs), and  ending Ihe day wilh Michael Lacoste's band  Butler in the Hey. Some pretty excellent  music there.  Anyone interested in having an eco-  friendly vendor booth please call the information number. Flea markets or anything  involving environmental and animal friendly  products are welcome.  We do have some food booths lined up  but we could have more. Even with the rain  last year most of the food booths did well.  As parking is very limited at the site, restricted to participants and musicians, etc., we are  asking Ihe public to park at the Roberts  Creek hall and walk over or ride bikes, jog  or invent any novel way to arrive. We'll  have prizes for the most unique method of  travelling as well as for the longest distance  covered by a non-motorized vehicle. There  will be bus service from Sechelt and Gibsons  to the park courtesy of Sunshine Coast Transit and the SCRD (Ihey don't normally run  on Sunday). Regular fares will not be  charged.  This year's event is hosted by SCRAPS  and is a tribute to Ihe Tetrahedron Plateau  and the Caren Range. For more information  or to volunteer call Pat at 886-8820.  PENDER HARBOUR  Madeira Park Rd. ��� 883-9632  FaD Set-vice KHchstn  Opaj-)6s"tt**r*��aw^lwlureh&di,*->aH,   !  i*a*rts*k^Fra^&Satsjri*fay  ���Itktj OtH .Vrallafcla ���  EasterSpexials  9*M*mtmmfYf mMnt IV  llMlk*._m*imim-kx1lmpimte  Um*tmrwtalktv\m)i_mti^v{5i>timl  8 BoH Tournanwnt lost Friday of cvsry month  Next General Meeting  jhdy_WWlm  Crib  Imkysjpm  Darts  Ihvrukftlpm  Meat Draw  ImySm. 2:30-4pm  SECHELT  5528 Wharf Street-885-2526  Madeira Park Ambulance  Unit chief Dennis Gamble  (left) receives automatic  defibrillator equipment B.C.  Ambulance Service Regional  manager Brian Porritt  photo submitted  ,    f\   Friday & Saturday,      fi   '���,  J   ��J# April2&3 J* J  TEXAS OMBREY  PPM SUHPaVTS 12-6/ lUHCHiS MOM. * HI. II ��� 1  Pool Tournaments, Thursdays 7 pm  Next General Meeting  tommy, ipr. 19,1:00 pm  Crib  TiMC*ys,8pin  Bingo  Wd,7pm  Meat Draw  [myStirvnhyipm  harbour watch  by Jacalyn Vincent  Congratulations to the 1993 May Day  Queen, Tanya Baulne. The May Day committee this year will be hosting a western  theme and is asking for help from teh public  in deciding on a mono.  They'll also have a best chili contest on  the Coast at Ihe event, so It's a good lime lo  go through your recipes now. Pole dancers  are needed this year. If any group or persons  are intercsled in leaching or performing this  necessary part of tradition please contact the  committee. You may write all your ideas or  interests in care of Marlene Cymbalist, May  Day Committee, RR #1, Madeira Park, BC  VON 2H0.  Pool News  The Pender Harbour Aquatic and Fitness  Centre is going lo give the public a chance to  have Iheir own personalized weight and  strength training program. Please call,  though, for an appointment.  Here's something totally new - Iry water  walking or jogging wilh the pool's new  hydro-fits. This is a greal way lo enjoy fil-  egmontnews  ness, fun and relieve stress. The exercise  burns 50 percent more calories than jogging  and is a lot easier on your body. You may  use them at any of the public swims.  Also a note that the pool's yoga workshop  will be on April 17 from 10 am to 4 pm. For  further delails contact the pool at 883-2612.  Obedience class  A basic dog obedience class begins on  April 6 to June 8 at the elementary school  gym in the evenings. The fee is $65. Your  pet must be al least six months of age and a  six foot lead and training collar are required.  Pre-registralion is welcome by phoning continuing education, twvvr-   General meeting  The Soulh Pender Harbour Waterworks _  Improvement District will be having its  annual general meeting on March 31 at 7 pm  in the community hall. Everyone is welcome  to attend.  New government business  The Sunshine Coast Business Development Centre will open its doors in Pender  Harbour in the old Paper Mill. The centre  will provide advice on how to get into a business or stay in one. They will also assist with  the application on the self-employment assistance program from the government along  wilh loans that might be needed. You must  phone the Sechelt office to make an appointment in Pender. Good luck.  Reminder  If you have any community interest or  event that you would like to see placed in  this column call me at 883-2840 or feel free  to drop your article off at either the PetroCan  or the Marina Pharmacy. Please include your  name and phone number.  yiV�� the tide changet   .  Enjoy the carnival amusements coming  soon.  ..        -  Gardening buffs - which flowers will  grow on a very windy terrace? There are a  few - dwarf phlox, daylilies, lavender,  marigolds, low growing zinnias, dianthus  and geraniums.  A universe of good luck to Myrtle in her  new establishment.  Until next week - happy April fools.  #  ROBERTS CREEK  3064 Lower Road ��� 886-9984  Friday & Salurday, April 2 &3  SOULSTICE  Chicken Cordon Bleu  $7.50 ind. 6.S.T. (while quantities lasl)  NOW OPEN FOR LUNCH 1 1 AM  Next General Meeting  Wd,ipt.2l,7:Xpm  Crib  Thutukp  Bingo  Tm.,7:15  CLOSED  SUNDAYS  GIBSONS  Hwy. 101 '886-2411  1*^1 Saturday, April 3  f:jiiNE,it-*M...  DANCING  FULL KITCHEN OPEN 11-7  Next General Meeting  Crib  totarAy/.-Jfl  Darts  MJpm  ^<    CLIP   'N'   SAVE    :X  by Lynn Mees  I looked outside yesteday lo watch hundreds of  robins land in our yard wilh Ihe warm spring sun  shining upon them.  It was a beautiful refreshing sight - to me a true  sign thai spring is here. It was fun having the kids  oul from school, as we could walk down lo the  Mont.  The sound of children playing filled Ihe air. It's  something about Ihose sounds lhat brings you back  in time. For me childhood memories flash through  my mind.  Of running in the fields, racing with friends,  inventing games and making rhymes.  It was nice to visit wih Esther in the thrift store;  Doris is having a break for a couple of weeks. In  the thrift store I met Larry Williams. Have a good  visit in Egmont.  Everyone is busy gardening. It's pretty hard to  get a hold of people these days. They're up to Iheir  elbows in dirt.  Happy April birthday to: Doug Sivey, Larry  Campo, Gloria Fritz, Elaine Silvey, Katie Devlin,  Stan Jerema, Steve Leander, Len Silvey, Vicky  Martin and Patti Jackson.  Anniversary: Norma and John Martin.  OUTDOOR  LIVING SHOW  Trail Bay Mi Sechelt  April  22,23, & 24  Rental Space Available  FOR B'OOKIINGS & INFORMATION CO  ILLANA HOLLOWAY 885-3651  SUNSHINE   COAST   INSURANCE   AGENCIES   LTD  SAFE     DRIVERS'      PACKAGE  Auto insurance  like never before.  D  In 1993 insurance premiums for BC  motorists increased an average of  over 9%. A familiar story by now isn't it?  At Sunshine Coast Insurance Agencies we  have a new kind of auto insurance���it  does what all insurance should, protect  your investment, but at the same time it  costs you less. Our Lloyd's of London  Safe Driver's Package can save you  an additional 10% on your Collision/Comprehensive auto  insurance if you have been  a claim-free driver for ^,  the past five years.  Our Safe Driver's  Package provides V  \     a*.        i 1*   .������  all the coverage and     *>���.*.   protection of any other Collision/Comprehensive policy. However we also make it  convenient and easy for you to collect  your claim cheque directly from our two  Sunshine Coast offices. No hassles and  no delays!  Safe drivers on lhe Sunshine  Coast can now get Ihe type of  break they deserve. With our  Lloyd's package we have  _,      found you an auto insurance policy like  never before.  VALUE  SUNSHINE COAST  INSURANCE  AGENCIES  LTD  Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt  885-2291  Gibsons Park Plaza, Gibsons  886-7751  Both offices will be open Saturday, March 27th for your Autoplan  renewal convenience.  YOUR   ONFSTOP   INSURANCE   AGENCY  ������MHI  ���Mm  ala^Mla 14  Coast News, March 29, 1993  leisure  0315 10.7  29   0800 12.7  MO   1530 4.1  2315 13.4  FRI TIME HT. FT  0210 14 1  2  0810 9.5  FR   1300 11.9  1945 4.6  0425 11.0  30 0840 12.3  TU   1625      4.1  0025 13.5  31   0550 110  WE   0950 12.0  1730 4.2  SAT TIME HT. FT  0250  3   0900  SA   1420  2045  14.4  8.1  12.4  5.0  0125 13.8  1   0710 10.5  TH   1120 117  1840 4.4  2Ef;!.R!?c!: ���11,A'kln��on ���mrr-rrj.r.  Pacific Standard Tima  , (oa ���astasia art tall  Tide Tables Courtesy of  :uir*-^potf  Roberts Creek carver Sieve  Stevens is nearing completion  un a commissioned work  depicting the fisherman's  lifestyle.  Joel Johnstone photo  Featured Restaurant of the Week  C^P4a^6e  RESTAURANT  Located in Rsinniebmuk Ludne  Fine Westtuast Cuisine ��� Ocean View Dining  DINNER 6 DAYS A WEEK  Tht fin ii burning every evening in our rugged statu fin-  place. "We Have candlelight, fresh flowers and linen table-  cloths and napkins on our tables. Soft music is the final  touch to sel lhe scene for a relaxyd evening of fine dining.  ���Your hosts chef'Philippe and "K_ann Lacoste and their  staff willprovide you with a memorable dinner served in  lhe Heritagt Lodge dining room. tilt hope to charm you  wilh delicious meals, all prepared to your order by  (Philippe who has cooked in some of 'Vancouver's best  restaurants including: La Crocodile, Le Qavroche and  The Kgof ai The 'Motel 'Vancouver. "Have that special  dinneryougo 10 'Vancouverfor ��� Kjght hen in ijibsonsl  The combination of fine food and superior service is our  hallmark, 'We invite you to dine at Chez 'Philippe. Open  6 days a week_from S:i0. Closed "Wednesday. H/serva-  turns ncommended. 886-2188  FAMILY DINING  Tht Bott Houtt - Jusl a ferry ride  away in beautiful Horseshoe Bay,  offering daily choices of fresh and  flash frozen seafood from the  West, East and Gulf Coasts as  well as a variety of olher specialties. Join us after 5 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 back. If you  have an important rendezvous or  a ferry to catch, please let us know  and we'll make the necessary  accommodations. For reservations  call 921-8188. All major credit  cards accepted.  Dtr Lebanon Restaurant - Come  and join us for Lebanese cuisine.  Lunch and Dinner features  include Chicken, Beef, Lamb and  Vegetarian dishes, Shishkebabs,  Falafels, Cappuccino, Espresso  and Desserts. Mon - Sat 10am -  llpm, Sunday 11am - llpm. Eat  in or take-out Catering for parlies and weddings. Everything  we make is made with love! Gibsons Park Plaza, Hwy. 101. at  Pratt Road, Gibsons, 886-3572.  Visa and MasterCard. Licensed.  HtU-A-Wty Reitiurant - Bring the  whole family and join us for great  dining at the Haid-A-Way  Restaurant in Gibsons Molor Inn  on Hwy. 101 at Park Rd. Our  friendly, helpful staff and warm,  pleasant atmosphere will add lo  your enjoyment of our excellent  breakfast, lunch and dinner  menu, which includes a children's section.We're open 7 days  a week, 5:30am - 2pm, closed  from 2pm - 5pm with evening  hours 5pm-10pm Our Sunday  buffel (11 am - 2 pm) features a  scrumptious salad bar, with a  large selection of hot and cold  dishes and desserts Eal to your  heart's content. Don't forget our  Friday night 2 for 1 special 5pm-  10pm. Reservations 886-4501. 50  seats plus banquet room  Willi* Family Rtttiurmt Located  in Seaview Place, Hwy 101 Gibsons. Family Dining with Special  Children's Menu. Relaxed country atmosphere and reasonable  prices. Our specialties are sleaks  and burgers, homemade soups,  pies and salads, and entrees.  Daily Specials. Take-Out available upon request. Licensed & air  conditioned.Winter Hours: Open  Sun - Thurs, 11 am - 9 pm. Fri &  Sal 11 am-10 pm. 886-2993  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Tht Whirl - Open for breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a  week. Breathtaking ocean view  and sunsets from every lable.  Continental cuisine and seafood  at its best. Sunday Brunch from 8  . am - 2 pm Fully licensed and air  conditioned. Dinner reservations  recommended. Hwy. 101, Davis  Bay. 885-7285.  New China Kitchen - GIBSONS  PARK PLAZA, 1100 HWY. 101.  Come enjoy our Gourmet Chinese Buffet featuring over 16 hot  dishes plus salad bar & dessert.  Also featuring a full service  menu including Canadian Cuisine. Lunch or Dinner. Licensed  premises, dining facilities for  meetings, banquets and parties.  Hours: Sunday - Thursday 11:30  am - 9 pm. Friday & Saturday,  11:30 am-10:00 pm, lunch buffel  11:30 am - 2:30 pm, dinner buffet  4:30 pm - 8:30 pm. For reservations call 886-3028. Free delivery  from 5 pm - 8:30 pm within 6 km  radius. Minimum $15 order.  Visa/Mastercard accepted.  Backeddy Pub - Enjoy the natural  beauty of Jervis Inlet while tasting one of our many homestyle  specialties in the pub; or the casual surroundings of our family  restaurant. Our "Skookum Burger" is a challenge lo the biggest  appetite. Backeddy Pub - located  1/2 mile north of Egmont on  Maple Road. Closed Monday  and Tuesday. Pub open noon -  closing Kitchen hours: Noon -  8:00 pm.  Irvine* Landing Pub - Dinner menu  offers a variety of appetizers and  entrees featuring local produce  and fresh seafood in a relaxed setting with ocean view. Average  dinner for two, $30. We're now  open 4 days a week - Fri & Sal:  Noon - 11 pm, kitchen Noon - 9  pm; Sun, & Thurs: Noon -10 pm,  kitchen Noon - 9 pm. For the  WINTER MONTHS ONLY, we  are closed Mon., Tues. & Wed  Pender Harbour, 883-1145, Mastercard & Visa. Fully licensed  FINE DINING  Blue Heron Inn - Located on the  waterfront, enjoy Ihe view of East  Porpoise Bay. Observe tire tranquil ducks and geese or dine by  moonlight with a candle at your  table. To savor Ihis superb dining  experience, reservations are  required for dinner. Fully  licensed. Hours, Wednesday-  Sunday. Lunch 11 am- 2pm, Dinner 5 pm. 885-3847.  Chez Philippe Rtstiunnt at Bonniebrook Lodge. The fire is burning every evening in our rugged  stone fireplace. We have candlelight and fresh flowers on the  tables. Soft music is Ihe final  touch to set Ihe scene for a  relaxed evening of fine dining,  we have an extensive wine list  and friendly professional service.  Your hosts Chef Philippe and  Karen Lacoste invite you lo have  that special dinner you go to Vancouver for - right here in Gibsons! Follow Gower Point Road  to Ocean Beach Esplanade. Reservations recommended. 886-2188.  Open 5:30 p.m. 6 days a week.  Closed Wednesdays.  Creek Home - Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated yel casual atmosphere. We  serve selections of rack of lamb,  duck, crab, clams, scallops, sleaks  and daily specials from a constantly changing menu. Reservations recommended. Roberts  Creek Road and Beach Avenue -  885-9321. Open from 6 pm. Thurs.  through Sun. Visa & Mastercard.  40 seats.  El Nino - Dine in the finest ocean  view restaurant in Gibsons Landing. Savour the delights of fresh  seafood from around the world.  Our extensive Dinner Menu  includes fresh seafood in our  soup, salad, hot or cold appetizers, main courses and pastas.  Other entrees include steak, veal,  chicken and lamb. Caesar salad  for two and flambt* desserts are  prepared al your tableside. Our  lunch menu contains sandwiches  and burgers. Lunch hours: Thurs  thru Mon 11:30 - 2:30. Dinner  hours: Wed thru Mon 4:30 - 9:30.  CLOSED TUESDAYS. Visa and  Mastercard. Reservations recommended. 886-3891.  PtbWti ��� On Tht Bttch - Dine in a  friendly atmosphere, walch cruise  ships glide by A sample the fine  cuisine of Ihis renowned restaurant. Open 7 day a week for  breakfast, lunch, and dinner.  Brunch on Sunday 8 am-2:30 pm.  Dinner Reservations Recommended. In the heart of Sechell al  the Driftwood Inn, Trail Avenue.  885-5811.  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Emit 1 Gwen't Drive In - Take out,  or delivery. Pizza, dinners, salads, burgers, chicken, desserts,  drinks, ice cream. Free home  delivery within 4 miles, after 5  pm only, on $10 minimum  orders. Small charge for orders  under $10. Hwy. 101. Gibsons.  886-7813.  ���" Tl���f  ...   - .,,.-�����._.<������,���*_���_���-g-TZ  Creek artist finds carving  yellow cedar doors a relief  by Stuart Burnside  Most carpenters will tell you,  it's not easy to hang a door. Il's  almost a separale art form.  Well, it's not easy to carve a  door either, and to do .so is definitely an art.  Bul that is just what Roberts  Creek carver Sieve Stevens is  doing.  a  30% SAlf OFF  Forst Pottery  THIS WEEK ONLY  Wed. March 31 to Sat. April 3  Open 11 am - 4 pm, or by appointment  1040 Chomberlin Rd��� Gibsons "XSi  (Beside Chamberlin Gardens)       a"*-����M__\-t>-  886-2543 Fawi-awy  Imv  THERE'S AC0LD HEARTED  THIEF IN YOUR HOME.  It's lurking outside the buck door. Or in the shadows of  the basement. It's the humming, whirring, clicking, old  second refrigeraior. And it's robbing you of cold cash -  an old inefficient second fridge can cost you up to  $100 a year to run.  WE'LL COME AND GET IT AND GIVE YOU $30!*  We can take the problem off your hands. We'll pick up  your old operaiing fridge (10 cu. ft, lo 24 cu. ft. size)  free of charge, dispose of il in an environmentally safe  manner and send you a cool $30.  To register in the Program, call the Refrigerator Buy-Back  Hoi Line loll-free I-80O-663-CASH (2274). In the  Lower Mainland, call 683-CASH (2274).  EBEasra  SwSBnr  BChydro  ���B.C.Hydro reserves the nghi lo change or cancel the rebate offer at  any time without prior notice.  To be more specific, he's  chiseling an artistic and intricate  tribute to fishing life on a pair of  roughly 7 foot by 7 fool yellow  cedar doors.  The man who commissioned  the work wishes to remain  anonymous but when the doors  are finished ihey will serve'a  practical function in a Roberts  Creek home.  "This is aboul the biggest  thing of Ihis kind I've done,"  Stevens said while working on  Ihe projecl last week. "It's a real  challenge."  The main figure in Stevens'  door carving is a bearded and  sou'weslered man, reminiscent  of the famous Yukon gold pan-  ner.  The net he is hauling in is a  wonder of detail. Serving as  background to the work, a sailboat dominates the scene.  "I sketched up the basic  idea," Stevens says, "Then (a  friend of the fellow who commissioned it) made some  changes and added a few  delails."  The woik is taking shape on  a makeshift sawhorse work  bench that dominates most of  Stevens' small shop. Cedar  shavings and chips cover the  floor, giving the air a slightly  Christmasy smell.  On a small work bench lining  one wall lie about 30 carving  knives, arrayed like ilems in a  hospital operating room or a  museum. In the hands of  Stevens, however, each blade  performs a specialised function,  and each has played a role in Ihe  creation of the yellow cedar  doors.  "The net was the hardest  pari," Stevens says, pausing and  looking up from from his  labours. "I've never done anything like il and really had no  idea how long it would take."  So far he says he's spent  about 100 hours on the projecl  and expects to spend al least 30  more.  Stevens did note, however,  that the job has been made much  easier by the wood he is working wilh: "Yellow Cedar is really great to carve.  "Il's expensive and can be  hard to gel but il's really great to  carve ... Imagine carving a block  of frozen butter. That's what il's  like."  And' another blessing of the  job is that he doesn't have to  hang the doors when finished.  "Somebody else will have to  handle that I'm just being paid  to carve."  I  ��� _  i. ���: rax ���.... Coast News, March 29, 1993  15  The cast of Romeo and Juliet  alter Wednesday's  performance at Elphinstone  Secondary.  Kyla McDonald pholo  THIS SUNDAY  1-4PM    OPEN HOUSE  Neonex Imperial  14'x70' Mobile Home  Comeau Trailer Park  #22,1416 North Road,  Gibsons  3BDRM,400SaFT.DECK,  NEWLYRENOVATED  886-8095  -PatlVATI SAU-  Classifieds to  cheer about!  Call 886-2622  or 885-3930  Cast of Romeo and Juliet enthralls  student audience at Elphinstone  by Kyla McDonald  Elphinstone Secondary was honoured by a wonderful presentation of Romeo and Juliet put on by  the Argyle Drama Association, last Wednesday.  The participants in this event did a beautiful job  of musically bringing one of Shakespeare's  tragedies to life. The music was composed and performed by the students with professional confidence.  The cast of this moving production was polished  and convincing. The actors became one with their  characters and the audience seemed enthralled. "It  a was a great production, I really enjoyed it," said  on the arts beat  grade 12 student Hanna Henderson.  Romeo (Geoff Donald) and Juliet (Erin Oei)  were well cast and had terrific on-stage chemistry.  Benvolio (Phil Hunter) also played his role with  ease and enthusiasm. Friar Lawrence's (Craig Gal-  braith) voice and Juliet's father's (Chris Dircks)  acting also shone out above this already brilliant  cast.  This production was wonderfully entertaining  and a lot of effort, skill and imagination were obviously involved. The costumes and sets were as  good as the acting, and all those involved in this  production should be proud.  "Turtle Island Prints" by Lisa  Blackwell and "Past Comforts"  by the Sunshine Coast Quitters  Guild start at Ihe Arts Centre  this Wednesday March 31 and  will be shown until April 25.  "Turtle Island" is the ancient  name for North America used by  some Indian peoples from  whose cultures Lisa Blackwell  draws much of her inspiration.  Lisa's hand-built smoke-fired  pottery explores the methods  and styles of southwest Indian  pottery in some respects, but  avoids applied surface decoration in favour of the highly burnished surface.  This becomes so receptive to  Ihe variations in kiln conditions  during firing that flame partis  and temperature variations are  recorded on the vessels as subtly  graded flushes and blends  between carbon black, charcoal  black, velvety grays and into lhe  natural clay colours of reds,  oranges, pinks and whites.  Lisa Blackwell will be at a  reception on Saturday, April 3 at  2 pm for everyone interested in  her work. There will be refreshments served and everyone is  welcome.  Quilt show  "Past Comforts" is an antique  quilt show assembled by the  Sunshine Coast Quillers Guild  from the BC Heritage Quilt Reject registration day held at the  Arts Centre last May. All of the  quilts displayed are locally  owned bul were made in a variety of places from New York to  Gibsons.  They vary from family treasures handed down for generations to lucky finds in a thrift  shop.  Quillers have been kept busy  on the Coast for Ihe last several  months - besides Ihe "Past Comforts" show Ihere will be a display of new work by guild members al Rockwood.  There will be a closing reception for "Past Comforts" on  April 25. The centre will be  open for viewers of these two  shows Wednesday to Saturday,  11 am lo 4 pm and Sunday from  1 to 4 pm.  Classic Mystery  On Wednesday, March 29 at  8 pm the Arts Centre Spring  Series of Film Classics draws to  a close wilh The Third Man, one  of the most entertaining of great  films.  This film was directed by  Carol Reed in 1949 and scripted  by Graham Greene, but dominated by Ihe considerable presence of Orson Welles. Joseph  Cotton stars as Holly Martins, a  naive American writer of pulp  fiction who arrives in ravaged  post-war Vienna to meet his old  friend Harry Lime (Orson  Welles) only to be told that  Lime has been killed in a traffic  accident.  Martins sets out to investigate  and soon discovers more than he  had bargained for... Anton  Karas' seemingly incongruous  zither score provides an inspired  counterpoint to Greene's  baroque suspense tale, while  Welles' portrayal of Lime is a  brilliant study in corruption.  In fact, Welles' pivotal performance, his pairing with frequent collaborator Joseph Cotton, the fact that he wrote much  of his dialogue, and the extravagant, expressionist visual style  have led to much debate about  the film's "authorship" ...this is  a decidedly Wellesian work  indeed.  The Third Man won the  Palm D'or at Cannes, earned  Robert Kasker an Oscar for his  magnificent cinematography and  was the third successive Carol  Reed picture to win the British  Academy Award for Best Film.  Admission is $5.50 at Ihe  door.  Guzak at the arts centre  Grela Guzek will be the guest  artist at the Sunshine Coast Arts  Centre at Trail and Medusa  Street Tuesday April 6. Guzek  will be bringing a selection of  her art for viewing between 2  pm and 6 pm. Currently she has  been working with oil pastels,  watercolours, illustrating a book,  The Ferryboat Ride, and successfully teaching classes lo  both adults and children on Six  Fun Ways With Colour.  Her designer T-shirts will be  available.  Plan to meet with this busy  artist, have coffee and maybe  buy or renl some of her paintings and prints. The Arts Centre  has over 40 local artists in this  program and Ihree months rental  is applied to the purchase price  if you decide to buy. Everyone's  invited.  M  Sack 0  n  Would like to thank  IGA- Gibsons ��� CANFOR  Sunshine Coast Credit Union  Howe Sound Pulp & Paper  N.R.S. Realty ��� SuperValu  Gibsons Building Supply  for sponsoring  iCttt-Ant* T"ie Dlnosaur Concert  21km RUN  GIBSONS TO SECHELT  SUNDAY, APRIL 4,1993 9AM  RACE DAY SCHEDULE  8:00-8:40am ��� Packet pick-up and late registration  8:50am* Report to Start  9:00am ��� Start  ENTRY FEES   Individual (before March 24th)  $20 includes T-shirt ��� $10 No shirt * $25 Late registration  RELAY TEi\MS (3 members per team)  $17 ea. includes T-shirt ��� $10 No shirt ���  $25 Late registration  COAST  NEWS  Reebok  GIBSONS  PARK PLAZA  Going. Going. Gone.  Natural gas conversion grants begin to expire this April!  Save up to 30%  on heating costs!  When you convert to u natural gus  home heating system you can save up  to 30% on your heating bills.  If you're still using an older fuel oil  furnace or electric heat, it's time to save  money and improve your home comfort  with higher efficiency natural gas.  Natural gas is the best choice for your  lifestyle. There are several energy-  efficient natural gas heating systems to  choose from - such as a furnace, boiler  or heating fireplace. Don't wake up to  the cold of another winter morning  without the fast, reliable warmth and  comfort only natural gas provides.  Save on installation  costs today!  Take advantage of generous easy-to-  arrange grants and rebates of up to  0900. Don't delay. Time is running out.  Individual  Combination  I    watar  haatar  >200  ��200  ��20O  haatlng  flraplaca  >500  ���500  ���  i   faamaca/  |   hollar  >700  ���  *700  ::  ��700  <900  For some homeowners that have access  to natural gas service, the grant and  rebate programs expire this April.  Contact your local Qualified Dealer or call Centra Cas today at 885-6117.  Save on financing!  To make your conversion to natural gas  easy, convenient financing at only  2% over prime is available.  Flexible payment plans of  up to five years requiring  no down payment.  On approval of credit.  Time is money!  These natural gas  conversion grants and  rebates are easy to get  today, but they'll be gone  soon. There's never been  a better time to convert.  Make the Power Smart  move to clean,  convenient, economical  natural gas.  ^  Centra Gas APPLIANCES  ' RB Appliance Service  RANDY BULL  Ctartiliad Technician  ��� DOMESTIC APPLIANCE REPAIR ���  885-6097 or pao��� Toii f���. 1 -978-1879  AUTOMOTIVE  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  WE  MAKE  QUALITY  AFFORDABLE Clwrylt  24 hr loll-Fro*  r.O BOX *��, il.CIH 11        I-W7-6M2.  EXCAVATING  W.D. EXCAVATING  ���   F"*W  POMFRET  CONSTRUCTION  Selective Land Clearing ��� Design Consulting  AR2 S41 C5, Glbioni, B.C. V0N-1V0   Phone: 886-8900  Industrial      AUTOMOTIVE        Marine  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd  1061 Hwy. 101, Cibsons, B.C. 886-8101  Main  Fn b-b S.il 8-b Sun  10-j/  r  M J J. Vinyl Siding  S.alTll.1, FAMA, Slmllrn    IXIIAR SIDING    3  l red Cocker  ���   sla-aaa Slrasaaai  IPhont H*tt 6065  PO Box 1)96  SerhFlt, B.C.  VON 3MJ  IxratvalKi*  lalladwape  sjsnislruclfcm  M HUI'It  .. scnvicc  til  AUTO UPHOLSTERY  CONCRETE SERVICES  ���BrrttlKfi-j  ���Low Impart ���, Seated land  Otmiinf,  �����* 886-8538  '*��� 220-8767  Drainage     -IVmoWInn  Walls  MX 1221,  (alRSONS B.C,  HEATING  ���SttfDoorPtmlfHtadllntrf  ��� Carpta ��� Vinyl Top* ��� Convtrtablta ���  K. Olsen 885-7072  HR, 1 TLC.C-iesSact^B.C. V0N3A0  *M   yD&PCONCRETE  A^  /     IMACINt; h FINISHING  _\^*\W_f Residential and Commercial  m^y ACI Certified  ^_f   Denis Turenne      Paul Desautels  *     886-0340 885-5492  D & B CRANE RENTAL  Phone: 884-5266  Night: 885-7085  PROPANE INC.  ��� Aulo Propane   "  a Appliances  ��� Quality B.B. O's  885-2360  Hwy 101, across St.  Irom Big Mac's, Sechell  /"  Lone) Charing        885-3469  886-8053  Sluinp RmmwoI  Sim Dwtlopnwnt  frc^moMi^R-SPEXCA^  r*  I.R. INDUSTRIES^  We service:  ��� Cars ��� Boals ��� 4x4s ���  ��� Light k Heavy Trucks ���  Full Mechanical m Electrical Services  ALL WORK GUARANTEED       886-0151 (24 hn)  Mobile service ��� Engine Rebuilds IAN REID  ^   Laurie Lacovetsky ��885-2887   J  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  FINE TOUCH  Ulnai Jaii-aJ,,   *    m__. *m.._Atm_m  WwwQWvfRI a lonKKKiion  Custom building, foundations,  finishing, renovations ft sundscks  Pager: 1-977-6502 ��� Bill: 886-0380 * Mike: 686-3257>  ���ok nil- OBTDI -  Swanson's  Ready-Mix Lid.  3 Batcn Plants on i he Sunshine Coasl  Gibsons aSechafl Pender Harbour  Box 172, MIT ��timet Ma, Seohelt  STK EXCAVATING *5$  & ROAD BUILDING  ���tWC(Win-)��l<Vri*dvvi-fyj  ��� Drainage ��� Landscaping  * Rtlaming Wall*  * Sand & Grant*  ��� Septic Systems ��� f ft.  "Quality &  Punctuality"  '886-9020 __   Trucking Sob Gumey   Excavating  *Stia***ptamoval  Licensed &f Bonded  PARKYN BAY CONTRACTING LTD.  F.B.W0ODROW  Residential * Cm Installations &.Service  Rtr(604)sMH-8707 Propane &  or lotl free pager: i-879-4371 Natural Gat  DniM��_}_TrTII_tncm  Furnaces. Fireplaces. Hot Water Tanks.  QUALIFIED DEALER ��� NATURAL GAS INSTALLATIONS  Call NOW 116-7111  s Showroom: <73 Poi,rie Rd. Gibsons        j  DIRECT  DRYWALL  SYSTEMS  BOARD  TAPE  SPRAY  Residential ��� Commercial  STEEL STUDS ��� r-BAR .CUSTOM CEIJNGS  Ron Hovden  886-9691   (ceil 644-5767  ROOFING  Specializing in all types of  FREE      commercial & residential roofing  ESTIMATES 886*2087 eves au^Z...  A  A Complete  Asphalt Service  FREE ESTIMATES  AST ENTERPRISES:CwtaHmattwi 8w*rtwT\  Sanlng Tn. Coaat Sine. 1985  . CUSTOM HOMES  ��� ADDITIONS  ��� RENOVATIONS  M��-MM  t. worn, box m, oimoni, i.e. v*w ivo  GRAEMAR CONSTRUCTION  WILTONS a FRA/WNG  ��� l��s|OVATIONS��ADailOiNS  RNISHIW'VIWl/VVOOOSck;  laraan  SartK!,  M.UMI mW(JtilJ4��0��  TRI-CITY PAVING LTD.  RESIDENTIAL ft COMMERCIAL  PLANT SITE PORPOISE BAY RD.  TELEPHONE 685-2726 SECHELT B.C.  f   FORM RENTALS  2FT-4FT-6FT-8FT  Quick Strip Forms  PENENS ULA FOaMf RENTALS  V Phone .885*0308     Fax 885-2774  DESIGN  SECHELT FIRE PEACE  Ik GAS CENTRE I  ��� G.is ��� Wood ��� Coofasloacs ��� Zt-ro Clearnnct  ��� All Venlma Systems ��� Complete S.ali's * 'issl.ill.ifin  ��� Qti,,li1<ed D,',,let ��� Certmod Technicians ���  S/�� IIIKI >t >M ,K    H'/W'l  f 'OP.M  .'.a*. C / 11/1,1.7 it,I   SSr> 7 1/1  HO/ME IMPROVEMENTS  Azimuth Exciting  ��� Land Clearing & Development  ��� Excavating ��� Trucking  ��� Subdivisions  War oH* a full lint al  Strvlct* with our  HITACHI EXCAVATOR  Our Customer Service Is  prompt with professional  work at competitive rates  V Ken Blrkln ��� 885-7487��Cell. 671*6411,  as DESiaiM a construction  Quality Building S CuBtom MHIwork  Residential - Commercial  TEL: BS5-.1B57 Roberts Creok  PAGER: 19799.11 aa (TOLL FREEl  malum, risllablis. a. csiiomla til  Inferior ��� i-xti-rlor  CUSTOM PAINTING  senior* iliv fium ��� fiw oslinwlK  885-8895  Tostrac BACKHOE  SERVICE   _.  ��� SEPTIC HELDS                      *���    i  ti^f  ��� EXCAVATIONS  ��� WATER LINES  -L   ���c*"fllNG      Steve Jones  Cat 418 4X4  886*8269  i>  EMERALD DESIGNS  RESIDENTIAL CH.SIGN J, CONTRACTING  COMMERCIAL fNTEIslOf. DESIGN  886-3969  Mackenzie Excavating Ltd.  Land Clearing * Development  Cam Mackenzie j ;\  i%  COIBL.,    ifjfj     Jbj.  886^558^"^    -1      --'���"'  Cellular  240-6314  Wt dig tht Sunthlnt Cottt!  DRYWALL SERVICE  BOARDING, TAPING, TEXTURING  No Job Too Small  v FREE ESTIMATES CALL MIKE 886-0040  V >  R��mw Interior Decorating  Free Eslimates on  Complete Interior Design Painting t Wallpapering   ,  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  RENOVATIONS  ADDITIONS  DAVEMELLOR  CADRE CONSTRUCTION LTD.  886*3171  r Thank You >  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  ���    The Coast News    ,  '_k  m ��� Structural Englrmarlraj  n Design \c��%sz%  A englnttrlng IM. �������  Sultt MS, Wllion CrMk Pita, Wlltcn CrMk, B.C  TU.: (��04) MM1II Fi; (*Q4) MM4W J  A     _\*    R  mrue ,  kT*       THE  RENOVATIONS WITH  A TOUCH OF CLASS  COMMERCIAL i RESIDENTIAL  IMPROvTR M5^  Lm  IMLTMOON HAi  sSs  ^^��*M        for the finishing touch  --> Eric's Drywall  give us a cat  -8,    88;v6052  ELECTRICAL SERVICES  CENTURY ROCK  ���*��������     SSSJ      885-5910  SUNSHINE KITCHEN*  . KITCHENS �� BATHROOMS ���  Ceffuter S44-4907  BRIAN'S  McCANN ELECTRIC  Residential, Commercial, Industrial  "Experience Makes  y222!Z!_*nc'r   ��eeiCAi��*cmiieiki��  J06 McCANN MAOCIIUP/UW.B.C.  ftog. 10131 VON SM0 Call M3-tM2  -4f  vflflbKi-  NciQnTvv  .W0KH6JQHT8O  TJk_C     ^  Etoctrical tk Plumbing  Ftea��W8(istel*Cs*a*i*arn��clal  Wafer Healers ��� Beetle Heat  Gontnctofi Uc. No. 6644  888-3344  LER ELECTRIC  SERVICE SPECIALISTS'  ENTIAL & COMMERCIAL  RFG NO. 17904   CEL. 3284927  * a*a**Mi*la*j anl*N*10r/EjslMi0f * Rowtny  ���Sjtbig, Wood Vinyl ��� AddiNom __.  .ton        _.mc__ eenuAHf w  ROORNQ A ATTIC VENTILATION^  i *n ciAutn ��� lew MPAint  ���1NQAAT  MKMfnat  ���lOHANSXT WHRlTaWIO *nic VENTS  ��� keeps vouta Hajwr coo. in suaasvSER  * PREVENTS CONDENSATION IN WaNTER  BBH LiCENSEDaiNSUfSEDFnEEEGTIMAres  SEflWlVB THE SUNSHINE COAST  |885-4<s60|  CONTO  nn  Quality Supply & Installation  Ceramic Tile, Carpet 4 Hinds  V$HQwn0QI-6SIHiafT 101.GIBSONS��� 6C ��PHTaU 666-3191  J Fit-Rite Blinds  Fr  50% off Mini Blinds  40% off Verticals  For appointment call Cathy Rumball  886-8445  epnemera  Coast News Classifieds  GET RESULTS!  Seven months old, playful,  patient and attentive, this male  shepard-cross is one of several  dogs (and cats) wailing for you  to call the SPCA at 885-4771  ABANDONING  PIT!  iiftlS  CUP & SAVE  0**�� VyLir a !>��v  bc ferries Schedule  'ANCOUVER    SECHE  HORSESHOE BAY - LANGDALE  Laava Langdale Leave HortMhoa Bay  6:20 am 4:30 pm  8:30 6:30  10:30 8:20 M  12:25 pmM  J.Jin M-daawlai  **'JU MavadckBua  EARLS COVE  Leave Eerie Cove  7:30 am  9:30 M  11:30  1:15 pm  3:30  SALTERY BAY  Leeve Saltery Bay  5:45 am    3:30 pm  7:35  9:30 M  11:30  1:30 pm  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  Commercial/Residential  Fully Guaranteed  tHe Ua**pMl raoatng patafciatorsaB  886-0920  PRECISE    f��vi-i.<..�� *4  PAINING & PIASTER  ��� Qmplcte Custom Painting   ,  ��� stucodP ���&*:,      f"  ��� All PhilttOfDrywall  _"  '  ��� Journeyman Workmanship  -  free Estimates  MARINE SERVICES  COLES MARINE  Diesel Repair Ltd.  45 Ton Marine Ways  ��� Machine Shop ��� Pressure Washing  ��� Bottom Painting ��� Tune Up  ��� Overhauls ��� Service Repair  ��� Work / Sail / Power  Owner Participation"VVelcome"  ���S6-2S75 24 HR.  8S6-7721  INSULATION  Q  ITT  ��� Ban It Blown ��� Commanrlal ���  ��� RaaJdtntitt ��� N��w*E>datln<l ���  886*8741  (J->uccaneer  .Uarina (f Resort Ltd  Located m Secrel Cove 885-7888  MARINE SPECIALISTS 21 years  PARTS - SALES - SERVICE -REPAIRS  K 4 C Thermoglass *>.�����>. 'iJ',*li.U -'  Cobra Boals now   **^**   ��� ��������' v^k-S-  In-Stock  1i.,.i**<:MiJrtY  OUTBOARDS  LANDSCAPING  Victory Garden's West  ��� LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION  ���TREE i SHRUB PRUNINQ        0��ar 10 Years  ��� LAWN JQARDENCARE Experience,  ���HOME MAINTENANCE Willi  ��� YARD CLEAN UP'a Ftafarancai  GORDDIEROFF 886-3635  Whistler's .Landscaping  Fencing ��� Turf ��� Drainage  Retaining Walls (Rock)  Residential and Commercial  Free Eatlmal    ��at 885-2870  YAMAHA OUTBOARDS  ;ottrell's  larine  istteEickitJve  DaaKrihlp lorlhe  Sunshine Coasl  S & G TREE SERVICE  ajf*.^*. Topplnj ��� Trimming .Pruning ��� Bruali Chipper  H fSJrV Danger Traa Removal  \_ Bondadandliaaurad'MYaamEiiparlanca  ll 885-3897        t>'inara,rPayna.fcSa.aln,mn|  I MARINE ��� I'X'RINt; ��� IRHCKINB ��� INDUSTMAI.  HiMH Kasararsa. R.iaalrs anat Os.ahaails  liaart Stasia ���,. I Rrn.saa.. S, ha.lulral Mainlraiantr  UOOOINO f MatAVV KQI wmfn I RFpairs  2a Himr Entirestil t Service  l��P��M577Slii��p 886-0118 Ret.  DON GREENLY  JX  MARINE SERVICES  Ship Shape Props  BOAT PROPELLER REPAIRS a SERVICE  "SUP SHAPE SERVICE*  s^mllBolly, Proprietor R.R. 1. _****_ Road  Ml: *U-tm (Sua.) eaehaa, t.c  Sa*-NIO(RaM.)    VON SAO  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  SUNSHINE antfaj  SIGN M   A   K   E   H   S  lafflffl  IMBaW  885-3*900  BMUaaWO^iOMa  ��� Sail Walnr llceiicej _  . Molel 1 Campsites ��� Waler Ta��i aa��*<lMC   J  . Marks. Repaiis        ��� Ire * Tarlsle ��BJ-ata{bb J  STIHL  Chainsaws & Trimmers  RECYCLE THIS NEWSPAPER  DRESS UP FOR EASTER  & Help others too!  Thrifty's  GIBSONS  Oonetlone    886-2489 or Boa 6SS  **U2 ffi^  DMNIV  remember when  5YEAHSAGO  "We are in a renaissance,"  said planner Rob Buchan as he  described the economic resurgence felt along the entire Sunshine Coasl. Buchan says that  both Gibsons and Sechelt are  seeing a turnaround in the economy and a lot of it may be due  to the Port Mellon expansion.  Congratulations to Sechelt  elementary school teacher Rod  Lizee who won $91,540 in last  week's big 649 Draw when he  picked five out of six numbers  and the bonus number.  10YE/VRSAGO  About 60 people met in the  library of the Roberts Creek  school last Tuesday to form the  Sunshine Coast Peace Committee. They ranged in age from  early 20s to mid-70s.  Representatives of Inter-city  Gas Corporation made a presentation at last week's meeting  of Ihe SCRD to rebut charges  previously made that IGC's  propane tanks at Roberts Creek  are unsafe.  Speaking on behalf of Ihe  company, vice-president Bullen  told the board that the company  is so convinced that the present  site is safe, il is willing to spend  $50,000 to beautify and landscape the area and allow public  access to a pier at the seaward  aid for. tourists and wharf fishermen.  15 YMHS AGO  The ferry service experienced some difficulties in the  first major holiday weekend of  Ihe year. An overflow situation  was reported on the firsl ferry  out of Horseshoe Bay on Friday  morning but the major difficulty was experienced by those  travellers going to Powell  River.  20 YEARS AGO  The provincial government  has purchased Ihe town of  Ocean Falls for $1 million and  will reactivate the newsprint  mill as soon as possible.  When discussing a subdivision bylaw at Sechelt council  last week, the village clerk  observed "soon land will cost  more than the home to be built  on it."  25 YEARS AGO  Gibsons council proclaimed  nexl week as cleanup and paint-  up week. Under the signature of  Fred Feeney, the proclamation  asks residents of the village to  clear unsightly objects from  their property and to clean up  and paint up generally.  30 YEARS AGO  Kenny Pennysaver announces "We have a new name  for our store: Ken's Lucky Dollar Store. We invite you lo participate in our three day opening sale."  35 YEARS AGO  A flowery promenade winding around Sechelt's waterfront  is in future plans of the village  commission, chairman Chris-  line Johnstone said in a recent  interview. The commission is  unanimous in its decision to  make the village a beauty spot  on the highway for both tourists  and those who live here.  40 YEARS AGO  Celia Flumerfelt then editor  in chief of the Elphinstone student newspaper, started her editorial this week: "There are  more and more young men and  women graduating from high  schools every year and more  and more young people in our  juvenile courts. In the face of  Ihis, we wonder whal is the  matter with our educational system. Could it be we are putting  too much stress on non-essentials, instead of fitting the  young people for positions they  will eventually take?  Cable 11 Highlights  Tuesday March 30,1993  7:00pm  Health Care 03  Join hrnl lane Sairlis, and acting Provincial Health Officer l)r. John Millar for a  lively evening of Community Television, ("sjcstlisnn and commenU will he railed  from the host and lhe audience al hasme on the phone.  Wednesday March 31,1993  7:00pm  Arts Update  Chuck Tkachuk has all lhe arts events for April. Also included is a look at the art  in the schixsls programme.  7:45pm  Healthy (iioimunitics  Nurse Diane Reid discusses the prevention of A.I.D.S. and Hepatitis B.  8:45pm  Journey lo .Somalia  Dr. Krlc Paelkau is planning a irip lo Somalia to assist in Iheir heallh care services.  Thursday April 1,1993  5:00pm "Live"  6:45 & 9:15 repeal  Cable Connections  "Live"  The Broadcasting sludenis al Klphinslone bring you another in a series of  informative programmes. This show features Hockey tournament highlights, the  equestrian "hunt", science & tech. field trip and more.  7:00pm  Live Phone-In  Talk loYour laxal Government  Representatives from Ihe Town of Gibsons, the Districl of .Sechelt, The Sechell  Indian Government and the S.C.R.D.  8:00pm  Arte Update  See Wednesday at 7:00  8:45pm  Healthy Communities  Uila Weslell talks wilh Hob Weston from Knvironmcntal Health.  Sponsored by South Coast Ford  TAFjFY'S  Family Clothing  & Toy Centre  10% OFF FOR ALL SENIORS  Madeira Park Centre  Ct\U ^kttXkVm  JAAHINA.  TOTAL SHOPPING  7 DAYS A WEEK  All Chevron Products  883-2253  HARBOUR  BOATTOPS  883-2929  Tops, Tarps & Covers  Upholstery & Repairs  MADEIRA  MARINA  MARINA  883-2888  RECREATION  Pender Harbour  Golf Course  Visitors webcome  I /2 MlLB NOaSTM OP GARDEN BAT HO.  HWY. lOI 883-SS41  Pender Harbour'a ONLY  Full Line Sporting Good* Store  Francl* Penlniul* Place  Corner ot Sunthlnt Coaat Hwy. I  Francla Penlnaula Rd. 883-2763  CONTRACTING  MOBILE HOMES  NEW AND USED  INSTANT HOUSING  883-9338 OR 580-4321  CALL COLLECT  P.asd.r Haaibour. B.C. 883-2630  LIVE BAIT ��� TACKLE SHOP  CONVENIENCE STORE  DINING  RESTAURANTT  HAIRDRESSERS  HOOFING  Memcfol-t  Tar It Gravel, Shake*, Shlngt**,  Mttal Roofa, Torch On, Duroid*  Miss Sunny's  HAIR BOUTIQUE  88S-2715  SERVICES  To advertise in  this space,  call Janice  at 885-3930  Ray Hansen Trucking  & Contracting  Qrai*al, Catoaring  883-9222  Pender Harbour  Realty  883-9525  FAX:883-9524 Take Advantage of our Nexv Classified Ad Special  Run your classified ad 6 times  and pay for only 2 times I  Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  NOON FRIDAY  mm Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  Tt*IV*fllHOUSKWIOs>ll��IJII  &je*m bull, vie* of Sechelt and  Strait ol Gstcrg* 2045 sq. tl. plus  285 sq. fl pirate workshop in two-  bu**rsg ajegnt-unil complex, vinyl  tiding, mw rool 1991, brick lire-  wall between units. Walking dis-  tinea to village, veiy quiet area.  Two bexlrooms, den, 2 1/2 baths  and Jacuzzi room, 3 balconies, 2  liaplacas (living room and master  bedroom), all appliances plus gar-  buralor ind compactor, pnvate 2  car carpon at front door. For sale  by owner. $215,000.885-7734.  I15w  Homes &  Property  Brand new home, $165,000.  Sechelt, 3 bdrm., 2 lull balhs,  unfinished bsmt., gas lurnace on  approx. 1/2 acre. Quiet cul-de-sac  pasl arena, lefl Fairway, left  Parkview PI., 16037 ottered by  builder. 886-8445. 115W  ANDERSON REALTY  FREE  CATALOOUE  6696 Cowne St., Bo< 1219  Sechelt. BC.. VON 3AO  ���u-uttFAXMs-itee  Van. Toll Free Mavntl  Homes S.  Properly  Woodcreek Park: 16,450 sq. It.  landscaped Id on cul-de-sac. 886-  847a I15cn  Scarries Point, 932 Feeney. View,  F.S.B.O. 3 yr. Jenrash CatonW. 3  bdrm up, 2 bdrm suite, 2 F/P, 3  baths, double garage, shake root,  French windows. $255,900.886-  CX*61,351-7866alter8pm.     ss  7.   Announremenl  Build to lull on t/2 acta, Waal Local booking agent seeking local  Sechell, partial view, $55,000. musicians of all types. Liane 886-  885-8979. 114w    7358. H5w  Intra Travel, ConchlU Oailgnt  and Royal Cmiie Line presents  'Mediterranean Romance' cruise  and fashion show Sat, April 3,2-  4pm al Illusions Restaurant. Tickets $5 at 885-5885. ��13w  >  w  With marina income, p/vieav, private. $156,000.686-7400.  I15w  4 Bdrm. home plus 1 bdrm. suite,  Watt Sechell. Asking $145,000.  8805764. I15w  WEST SECHELT: View. Jenish  Design 2200 sq. ft., 5 bdims, oak  kitchen, 2 tull baths, 700 sq. It.  gaiage, woikshop. Laige sundeck  with built-in hot tub. Fenced yard,  freed lot. $189,000. To view, lollow  signs up Mills Road, 6320 Bligh  Road or phone 885-7064. I15cn  NATIONAL  NRS CIBSONS REALTY LTD.  MORTGAGE UPDATE  mm  1st  2nd  8mo. 1 yr.l 2yr. 3yr.  4yr.l Syr.  129  IM | MM  7.7*   1.12*   I.7S    1.2S   t.41  major Bank Prime Rale 1.25%  For ��� complimentary market  ���valuation of "your property'  Call  Jerry Ridgewell  Your Resident Realtor  886-2277  7 Love To Sell Real Estate'  CLASSIFICATIONS  Announcements 7  Appliances 19  Autos 23  Barter* Trade 18  Bad and Breakfast 30  Births 2  Business and Home  Services 38  Business Opportunities 38  Campers 28  Child Care 37  Commercial for Rent 32  Entertainment 33  For Rent 31  For Sale 21  Found 11  Free 18  Furniture 20  Garage Sales 17  (Heavy Equipment 22  Help Wanted 34  Home 4 Property 1  InMemoriam 4  Legal 41  Lost 10  Marine 28  Mobile Homes 27  Motorcycles 28  Music 13  Obituaries ***'  3  Personal  8  Pels & Livestock  12  Recreation  8  Storage  38  Thank You  8  Too Late to Classify  40  Travel  14  Trucks  24  Wanted  IB  Wanted to Rent  28  Weddings &  Engagements  Work Wanted  9  38  DROP OFF YOUR  Coast News  Monday Edition  At any of our convenient  Friendly  mm People Places ������  In Pender Harbour  At BUILDING SUPPLIES  Francis Peninsula Place 883-9551  MARINA PHARMACY  Pender Harbour Centre 883-2888  In Halfmoon Bay  B& J STORE 885-8555  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 885-3400  \DLINE IS 3:00 PM THURSDAY  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Street 885-3930  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  537 Cndce Lane (behind Dockside Pharmacy)  8862622  AOLINE IS NOON FRIDAY  Dam Orr and tile great staff will help you place  your dasssffleds at AC Building Supplier., one of  our Friendly People Places in Pender Harbour.  -THt COAST COfiNICTtON"  Partners J.Neason &  DCasainghem erne you B cat ua  to dacuea our Real E.tati  Plaisnma) Samoa. Wa otlaa  pretaauaoasal paaassoasal aaavtoaj  swrUng (or yoair beat asSoaeati  Ca�� Da��M at atn-s***  orJetetataauTn  G"Mk,  One acre in peaceful lower  Robeits Creek. Partially cleared  with nice trees. Exceptional property at the end ot the road.  $135,000,666-7372. ss  For people who appreciate class,  Davis Bay, unique, stylish, near  new 1500 aq. fl. 2 bdrm. and den  rancher on private 1/3 acre.  $196,900.6854662. ��15w  Watertront living, newly painled 1  bdrm. condo. Oak kitchen, wood  FP, in suite laundiy, glassed in bal-  cony in secure prestigious buMng,  Immediate occupancy. To view  Apr. 2-10, #211 Royal Terraces,  $115,000,865-5460.        I15w  Gibsons near new S/S duplex  (strata) 3 bdims., 2 Ul balhs, quiet  residential location, garage plus  carport. Asking $134,500. 298-  5215 Hilde-Sutton Group Excel.  Realty. H5w  752 Hwy. 101. 50x268 lot, 3 bdrm.  oWer house, $165,000.886-9049  ���a  Wilson Creek, 9/10 acre. Treed,  va*. quiet, .serviced, small log cab  in. $95.000.885-5646.       I14w  Large view lot 124, 60'x240'  extends from Sandy Hook Rd. to  Deerhom Rd., $59.000.8654424.  #14w  OPEN HOUSE  THIS SUNDAY 1-4 cm  Neonex imperial 14x70 mobile  home. Bright, spacious layout,  excellent condilion, very clean,  newly painted 1 renovated featuring stucco ceiling with cedar  beams in living room, white walla,  400 sq. II deck, EaoHert localion,  close to ferry, in Comeau Trailer  Patk ��22,1416 North Road, Gibsons. Pad rent $195.686-8095.  $39,900. TFNs  TOP SOU  Screened top soil at reasonable  rate. W.D. Excavating, 686-9764  or can. 11-220-1526 TFNs  48 X331T of prime low bank waterlront in Gibsons Harbour near  Gibsons Marina. House needs  repair but could be fixed up tor  recreational or rental use. Property zoned Toutisl Corimercia! (C-2).  Double garage plus storage shed.  $189,500. Phone Jennifer 1-689-  7070. ss  nmoMOor  tomooftLUMor  HANCHAR  JWSt      ��*aa eee-ree*  GONE MISSIN' - trom far end ol  Ocean Beach Esplanade, 18 ft.  Pioneer canoe (green). Anyone  with Inio on its whereabouts,  please call 886-8951.       It3w  Very unique multi-coloured,  sequined child's baseball cap. One  ol a sel. Rewerd offered. 866-  4213. H3w  Canada Day Celebration, planning  meeting, March 31,7:30 pm Kins- _  men Hall, Gibsons. Community Beautilul young male part-Siamese  support is essential, bring yourself cat. Very affectionate. Good home  S suggestions. Sponsored by Gib- wanled. 685-1960. H3cn  sons Lions Club. I14w '  IRIAN A ANNI PARKM  We heave purchaaer. (or  Sunshine Const PropealievYoajr  buyer is likely in Greater  Vancouver or easl and sousfi  We'll final your buyer!  See oui marketing plan and get  ut working K. yosj  tareUS! It/tlS-MI*Mei-  SUTTON GROUP  SENTINEL REALTY  View lot. South Fletcher. $89,000  OBO. 8608544. I15cn  Small house, large lol, TiHacum Bay  area. 3800370. I14cn  One year old 3 bedroom rancher, 2  baths, double garage, Langdale  area, landscaped, fenced, RV  parking. $163.500.8864926.  ���Men  Wanted: Acreage Gibsons-Sechelt  ���/��� house. Half-interest considered.  885-3925. ��14w  Sludio apartment, Wesl Vancouver. Completely updated,  $109,900.  Ball Realty, Janice Maclsaac,  Louky Woman. 926-7831.   ��14w  2200 sq. tt., 3 bdrm home dose fo  school, tull basemenl, t 3/4 bath,  $155,000. 1108 Chaster Road.  886-4901. ��13cn  Lease loi dose to Sechell on Hwy.  101. Reasonable price. 885-0679  eves. H3cn  View lol on Greenbell, underground services, quiet cul-de-sac,  Central Gibsons, $75,000 OBO.  6864859. I13cn  Glen Hanchar and Maagan Shad-  dan are proud to announce Ihe  birth of their son, Christoter Kenneth, born on March 18, 1993  weighing 6 1/2 pounds. Proud  grandparents are Bernice and  Russell Hanchar and Kent and  Lise Shendan of Glbaons. Special  lhank you to Wendy Clernens and  Manee. ��l3cn  It's a girt1 Alan and Marianne Muttni  are pleased to amcunce the birth  of Iheir daughier.Chelsea Mary,  txxn March 5,1993. Many thanks  lo Dr. Gibbons and the stall ol St.  Mary's. I13cn  Bob, Wendy, Elliot and Katherine  Burtin are delighted to announce  the arrival of Madeleine Jane, bom  March 18, 1993, weighing 9  pounds. Very special lhanks to  Jim, Judi and Ann for their wonderful love and care. *13cn  OPENING THIS  SATURDAY  &��    earn  Jltml&ijift  %'utujut  ~-~- 'Brvtt'sers welcome ���-�����  ���weUltHwylOI.CftKM  ^���������1 (raw Seaview natal  SELA: Ryley John died suddenly  on Sunday, March 21,1993, aged  22 months. Beloved son of Elaine  and Shane of Shawnigan Lake,  BC. Laving grartdparents Colleen  and John Jensen ol Langdale, BC,  Auntie Karen and Uncle Jeff of  Edmonton, Alberta. I13cn  HENDERSON: Donald Frederick  passed away Tuesday, March 23,  1993 at Vancouver General. Survived by his lour sons Bob, Gordon, Pal and Gary, and 9 grandchildren. Funeral service will be  held at Si. Hilda's Anglican  Church, 5638 Barnacle St.,  Set-halt on Monday, March 29 at 1  pm. Internment will be Tuesday,  March 30 at 10 am at Foresl Lawn  Memorial Park, 3789 Royal Oak,  Burnaby. H3cn  BROOKS a, MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD. I  Benjamin Moore Paints  Hendy: In loving memory of John  Arthur (Jack) who passed away  March 26,1988. Always in our  thoughts, forever in our memories.  Phyllis and Family. I13cn  A Bus 885-29231  Res. 885-5058  Open invitation to help lorm S.C.  non-profit motorcycle assoc. Meeting April 4 at 1 pm. For into/directions 885-4163. I13w  HULLABALOO  'FUN TO GO'  Creative Art Workshops! Birthday  Parties! Face Painling! Wish  Ponds! Register now lor upcoming  April workshops in jewelry, puppets, T-shirts, art or painting! Call  685-8203. Hurry, class sizes are  limited. ��15w  Coast Dance Theatre School  spring term ballet, contemporary  and creative movement classes.  To register 686-3831.      ��15cn  INWVlim COUNSELLING  REUTKWSHPWORK  Specializing in rttWonship issues,  inner child work, recovery from  addictive lifestyle patterns. Call  Joel Brass, B.A., M.A.Sc. 886-  3221. I14cn  COUNSELUNG tor couples and  individuals. Women's self esteem  group ��� couples conflict resolution  group. Edgewaler Counselling  6850667. *14w  A new me. I discovered an easy  way! I've lost weight, inches, have  Ions of energy, naturally. Call 206-  332-7666 exl. 202. I14cn  Remedial reading tutor available.  For further information call 886-  9851. H4w  Corner Closet  Now accepting  Sprina Consignments  Molye Lane Market  TurK-Sat 1030-4:30  OPEN SUM 1-4  8866078  I ILLUSION I  Planning a Special Occasion?  Illusions Restaurant has lull  facilities lor large or small  groups. Banquet or  a-la-carte menu available.  For mote information call  885-0900.  Expenenced and qualified teacher  will accept students to tutor in all  elementary grades. Secondary  school English lessons. 885-3616.  t14w  We buy beer bottles and beer  cans, paying 80 t/doz. 886-9039.  TFN  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available for hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototilling, odd jobs.  885.3917. TFNs  Adult children ot Alcoholics or dysfunctional families please call 886-  3849 or 885-4622 lor help.    NC  Beyond <ft-V  'RSPHix  SIGNS  (aar ALL VOUR GRAPHIC NEEDS  *-*��� 885-0244  Single 36 yr. ok) male, emotionally  and financially secure, fond ol children , would like to meet lhe nght  lady lot a permanent relationship.  Sand recent photo and phone ��� to  Box 389, C/O Box 460. Coatt  News, Gibsons, BC VON 1V0.   ��13w  A Nat* Ma - I've discovered the  easy way, losl inches and pounds  and feel great, naturally. Shannon  604-738-7177. Earn extra income.  ���14w  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  665-7883,24 hour line.      TFN  Does someone in your family have  a drinking problem' Call AJ-Anon  886-9903, 685-7484, 886-9059.  Al-Aleen 886-2565 or 685-7484.  Attention: All past, present and  future herbal weight loss customers. We are having a sale. Now  you can lose pounds and inches,  have more energy and save  money loo! Reg. price $51.60/sel.  Sale price $48/set. Prices in effect  while present stock lasts. Call Debbie 886-2238. ��13cn  Certification Course lor Transport ol Dangerous Goods Powell River and Gibsons area, April  14 115. Reservations and inio:  604-520-0295. ��13cn  C ATZ &  DAWCS  Older gelding buckskin, good riding horse, $650.685-5444. ��15w  Horse boarding avail. $195/mo.  vicinity Reed 1 Henry Rd.  w/fenced pasture, horse ring.  Backs onto riding trails. 686-9205.  "15*  BARREL RACE* GAMES  SUNDAY, APRIL 4th  12 Noon  African Pigmy goats. Does, bucks,  kids. Excel, pets and bush clearing. 883-2990 ss  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Conlact Then 1 Now Furniture,  699 highway 101, Gibsons. 886-  4716 or Manee Fashions.    NC  8 yr. old Anglo-Arab mate. Good  with children, $1500 OBO. 885-  3259 alt. 5pm. ��13w  Dog obedience classes begin in  April at Magus Kennels. Call 886-  8566 to register. TFN  Help reduce Ihe pet over-population problem - spay or neuter your  pet. NC  Fostex X-26 4-track, like new,  $285 OBO. 865-4644.      I15cn  Lowery organ MX1, full rhythm  control, top of the line, $14,000.  885*173. #15w  Piano Tuning  _\      ��� repairs  jAMm* ��� appraisals  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  Roland elec. piano (spinet) HP860,  $700. Practice quietly with earphones. 886-7378. ��15w  Yamaha DX7 synth, $800; Alesis  8-track sequencer, $600; Roland  digital drummer, $400. David 686-  0936,866-7441. #14cn  GUITAR LESSONS  Experienced teacher. All styles it  levels 1 applied theory. Firsl lesson free. Avail, days t eves. Steve  686-2365. I14w  OVERSEAS ADVENTURER! For  $5 to $40 Upgrade wilh GREAT  CIRCLE Information and Travel  Plans and still save on Travel  Costs. Phone Chris 8658933.  ���15*  Reno/Vegas Seal Sale. W.L Travel, Sechell. 24 hr. Hotline. 885-  2964. ��15w  Men's medium dry suit. 8864346  eve*. ��14w  Two sealer dune buggy, $3000.  886-4415. I15w  CRAFT FAIR ALERT!  Sunshine Coast Arts Centre eth  Annual Summer Craft Fair, Aug.  14115. For Ho call Sandra 886-  82610-686-4863. ��14cn  PHVATETUTION  Experienced fully qualified teacher  available. Seniors exam preparation tachniquas. Elementary students - all subjects. 886-8466.  ItSW  Prescription glasses in Elphi's  Cabaret March 13. If found please  cat 896*58. ��13cn  Rbts. Ck. picnic site, Flume Rd.,  pair brown Oroton sunglasses,  Tuas., Mar. 23 al 2 pm. 885-7132.  ��13w  Rbts. Ck. area, black 1 tan  LatVCcie X, Mar. 20.886-4787.  ���13w  Canopy for lull-size truck; tall  dresser. 886-7967. I14w  60 gal. propane tank. 686-9346  eves. i14oi  Doublewide mobile, good cond.,  car top carrier (van). 88&6300.  I14w  Jet-type well pump in working condition. 685-7664. I14w  Small utility trailer. 885-2096.  I14cn  Pensioner wants 8 HP outboard  motor. Have 3 HP to trade. Call c/o  885-9322 or 885-6422 evenings  686-2592. 11401  New or used building lumber,  rough cut okay. 886-4679. #13w  Set of captain chairs wilh weeden  spindle backs. Solid oak table.  White fridge/freezer and stove, pair  of Fwidi doors, 886-3838    as  Boat - preferably old row boat (or  canoe) with character that floats.  Must be inexpensive, we're brake.  Call B86-7355IV. mess.     TFNs  Used oil furnace. 886-9587. TFN  Boal trailer for 12-14 ft. boat. 1-  926-0366. I13W  Registered Welsh pony gelding,  $750,865-5629. #14cn  Hall lease on well mannered  horse, my facilities. For details,  885-5629. Also show bam with H-  C, wash racks, healed lack room,  etc. Have one stall avail. English  and western lessons, West  Sechelt. H4cn  Puppies tor sale, $125. Molher P/B  Shepherd, father P/B Aktla/Shep-  heid X. An ideal blend of strength,  size, loyally and temperament. 8  wk5. old, 4 males left. 866-7666.  ��14w  TROPICAL FISH  Free fish when buying others. 25s)  and up. 866-9690. ��13cn  Ten old cedar doors. 886-8096.   I13cn  U-pickup Interior wall panelling.  686-3573. Il3cn  Free lo good home, 6 month old  Collle/Shephard X, spayed lem.,  all shots Ind. rabies. 886-0202.   i13en  Oil lurnace tank with soma oil  inside. First come, lirsl served.  886-3942. I13cn  Two year old Kuvis/Lab, good lamily dog. Free to loving home. 886-  8660. ��13cn  Harvest Gold slove in working  order. 885-3970. #13cn  Bed chesterfield, Lee 8850165.  I13w  Green plaid hide-a-bed couch.  686-3748. ��13w  Young German/Pointer X fern, to  good home, loves kids. 683-1175.  I13w  Sal., April 10, miscellaneous  household Hems, craft 1 bake sale,  13109 Claydon Rd., Garden Bay.  883-2196, come lor colfee.  ��13w  The 1596 Grady Rd. Langdale Tit-  Annual Multi-Garage Sale Sun.,  Apr. 4,10-2 R/S come ��� U won't  believe it!. ��13cn  Multi-lamily. Sal., Apr. 3,8-71526  Islandview, Woodcreek PartuttSw  1426 Velvet Rd., 10-3, Apr. 314.  11301  Roberts Creek Fiomentnry fat  Apt. 3,10-12. 11301  6176 Gale Ave. S., Sechelt, 9am-  5pm, March 26127. I13w  Fridge, $75.8868001.     I15cn  4 yr old portable Hotpoint dishwasher, $350.886-9642.  11401  Philco 21 cu. fl. SXS white FF  fridge, new compr., beautiful,  $589; GE almond 15 cu. ft. 2 dr.  FF, $429; Hotpoint Comado washer 1 dryer, almond, beautiful  shape, $579 pr.; Inglis Liberator 3  cycle white washer, rebuilt, $329;  and much more. Call Norseman  Bjom for info, al 685-7897. I14w  Like new - Irost-frae fridge, range:  sail-clean oven, almond, $800 pair  060.686-3941. 11401  14 cu. ft. almond frost free fridge,  exc. cond., $250.686-3384.I14W  30* GE range. Easy clean, almond,  exc. cond. $300.686-9033.114cn  Harvest Gold frost-free fridge,  good running condilion, $200  OBO. Phone 886-7663.     11401  Two fridges, 1 large brown, works  well, 1 small beer Iddge. 863-9446.  !14cn  G.E. washer, $200 OBO; G.E.  portable d/washet, 3 yrs. old, $350  OBO. 685-6059 eves.       ��14w  Fridge, Inglis Normandie (lge.),  $250,886-3601. I15w  Brand new couch and chair, Same  Fe style. 886-7145. 11501  Oueen size box spring 1 mattress  with metal trame on casters. Only  5 months old, Immaculale. Paid  PM, sell for $450.886-8351.  ���15w  Country Pertect: Handcrafted alder  twig couch, unique, Ml size, $850.  866-2417. I15w  Chesterfield, chair and ottoman;  glass top end and coffee lable;  brown velvet tub chain fireplace  screen and basket, as new, offers?  683-9093. 11301  Sectional sola, contemporary, neutral colours, $300; wicker bookcase, $75.885-5307        11501  French Provincial dining room  suile, 6 chairs, buffet, $1700 OBO.  885-7616. 11501  Bdrm suite, solid pine. 5 pieces, 1  yrotd. Cost $2000. Must sell $950.  883-2754. I13cn  Kingsize waterbed, Kxnpteie, good  cond., $200.885-5510.      I14w  Sewing machine, dining room set,  coffee/end tables, kitchen table /  chalra, rockers, TV, manual typewriter, kiln, skis/poles, barstools,  waterbed, vanity with mirror,  lamps. Come and see us at 1023  Venture Way.  OPEN 6-4:30 TUES.-SAT.  GIBSONS U-LOCK  686-3480  CONSIGNMENTS WELCOME  ��13w  Greal present-antique Dutch wall  clock, copper face and weights,  sun and moon plates, $600. 886-  7307. ss  Large double door CoWslream air  blast freezer, $300 or swap. 685-  9357. TFN  Hoppy's Quality Mushroom  Manure, Baik Mulch, Screeried, 11  yrs. continuous service. 885-2592,  885-0821. #15w  White toilet 1 tank SA Confidante,  as new, seal Ind., $195.886-8248.  ���13cn  PRAWNS  $3.50 per Ib. - to place order call  886-0346 or 863-2136 and leave  mess ��15w  5 (1.X8 tt. utility trailer, $200 OBO.  885-4415. I15w  Kenwood slereo dual cassette  C/D, paid $2500, sell $1200. 883-  9113. ��15w  Tread mill Vita Master 9000,0-8  MPH. aulo elevation, $1300; rowing machine 302 Healthware,  $125.886-3683 aft. 5pm.   I15w  4X4 thermal window white exterior  door-metal. 885-7537.     #14w  1980 Chev s/wagon, 4 dr., good  350 aulo; canopy for small truck;  Iwo folding bunks and carrier,  would handle small boal; V-6 Chev  motor with auto trans. 8834671.  #15cn  Wheelchair and easy walker. New.  $500,886-7217. I14w  Firewood spill and delivered, $80  pickup load. 883-2562.     ��15cn  Entertain your Iriends! Hilarious  telephone aYinouncementt for your  answering machine. 6 prrtessional  impressions ol famous people on  cassette, personalized with your  name. Outgoing messages are  humorous, yet practical. A unique  gift. To hear sample, call 885-  5307. To order, send $22.95 to  Telefunny's, Depl. A, RR 1, Lyn-  wood Court, Sechell.       11501  fvew Rock Shox mag 20 o.s. suspension fork to fit 18' mtn. bike (93  seals). Sacrifice $340. Alio new  mid-high-end mtn. bike parts, reasonable; pair ol JBL15' speakers  In Sunn cabinets including Altec  Crossover, $500 Also pair of latge  JBL H.F. homs In steeves, $250 or  $700 for compiele system. 885-  5474 or 686-4606, Ron.    11301  Two hives, bees, exc. stores and  condition. Estate sale. 685-5252.  11501  Spa, near new with all equipment,  $995060.6860514.      #1501  Store clothing racks, $50 each.  886-4930,888-9078.        11301  Craftsman 11 HP riding mower,  36', like new, 7 It. Dracaena indoor  plant; Iwo size 40 motorcycle  leather jackets, black. 885-4590.  I14w  Ping eye #2 goll dubs, 3-PW hardly used, $525 OBO; Ping putter,  $30,885-4644. ��14w  Cedar 2x6 used tongue/groove,  -65m. OBO. 886-7400       I14w  Strawberry plants, June bearing, 1-  12 pits. $1.00, $2.00 mm. order.  886-9724 eves I14w  '81 Honda Accord, $1200 OBO;  VW Sandrail, $1000 lirm; tull  length brown suede coal, men's  size 46, $300; VW flared fender kit,  $25; king size 4-posl waterbed,  $250,865-4685. I14w  '80 Honda Civic needs clutch,  $200; 75 Pontiac Grandville convertible, offers; Roland CR5000  drum machine, $200; Fender pro  reverb amp, $350 Boss octavar  pedal, $50; Gasco gas FP, ilka  new, $200 OBO; Homelite  weedeater, $30; stucco wire,  $40/roll; Inglis Iridge, $50. 885-  4618 ��14w  Attention builders: 7x16' wood  garage door, Sunburst glass opener, 2 remotes, 9 mos. old, $600.  685-3797. I14w  Boys mountain bike, 20 in.. 5 sp.,  good cond 685-7286.      ��14w  DEMO SALE  Oak staircase, $350; pre-hung  solid core exler. doors, $85; imeri-  or doors, $15; Wolds, $20; Wets,  $40; tubs, $75, new; 8'x4' thermal  break window, $180; ffpeSo door,  $340; Other new/used windows  aval. Smco Recycled - Ron, 885-  8889, 5653 Whart Road, Sechelt,  Tues. to Sat. ��15w  ���        -      - , - ��� ���      - ��� - -      a, .  ~'"C-*C: "-<:1-. *_-*-�����*>**'**'" *"   "  mam Coast News, March 29, 1993  19  Take Advantage of our Nexv Classified Ad Special  Run your classified ad 6 times  and pay for only 2 times!   VISA  Coast News (Monday)  Classified Deadline:  NOON FRIDAY  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  Computer 286/40MB, monitor, 24  pin printer, and lots ol software. All  perfect condition. $600.886-9295.   #15w  Couch and loveseat, like new,  $450; Size 9 never used ladies  roller skates, $10; maple hutch  table and 4 chairs, $200; while  child/teen bed w/bookshell headboard, $70; JVC movie cam,  w/video player and tripod, $600.  886-3810 lv. mess. I15w  LOOKING  FOR  SPECIAL  HELP?  Golf clubs, men's, $150; synth,  $200; Holland Atari compatable  sequencer module, $250; rowing  machine, $80.886-7564.  i13cn  30 ft. bus converted to mobile  kilchen, complete with slove,  Iridge, freezer and utensils. Parted  for fairs or contract work up to 50  people. $3500.886-6015 early  eve. #l3cn  Tradesman's truck canopy for  Import size P/U. Sliding access  doors, shelving and ladder rack.  $500080.886-3231.      ��13cn  R<ibertsCrae*WllrJllowerFarm  Create your own wMWwer garden  or meadow. Free informational  video and a wide variety of seeds  lo choose from. Bulk prices on  large orders. Order your wMower  seeds now for planting April 15 ���  May 15.886-7372. ��13cn  Perennials  Huge Selection  Low Prices  Melville Cottage Gardens  16851>son, ScchrJt  Wed to Sun. 9 am to 5 pm  Clostd Mon. & Tues.  Nmhe* 101 aMaaataMsjl Mi  NORTH  VANCOUVER  ���  CAMPBELL  RIVER  ���  MERRIT  $195  IT PAYS  TO SPREAD  THE WORD  1980 Chev SW 4 dr., good 350  auto.; canopy lor small Iruck, 2  folding bunks and carrier would  hanrJe small boal; V6 Chev motor  with auto. Irans. 683-9671. #15w  Airtight wood heater with attached  hot water tank, $200.886-3573.  ���15w  Exercise Rower, $75 OBO; tour  all-season radiais, P.175-70R 14X  A4, $90 060.885-9861.   ��14cn  MacPc*��erbook140,40MbHD.4  Mb RAM, mcl. software: WordPerfect, Magic, HyperCard Developers  Kit, Flight Simulator, Quicken.  $2010.686-9665. TFN  1/2 fridge /1/2 freezer Fridgedair,  $700 060; Oueen size hidebed,  new mattress at spring, good condilion, $600 060.885-5301 eves.  ���14cn  Wood-burning F/P insert, Fisher, Anliqu8 mahogany armolr with  Mack, $500.686-9474.     ��14cn ova| mirror on mi, $650. 666-  Aged horse manure, pickup load    _^_\   $20, we load, West Sechell. 885- Bees, 2 hives, equipment plus  5629.  ���1401    extractor. 863-9766.  ���13*  Unwanted contest prize still in box,  Kodak Photo CD player. List price  $450. Offers. 865-2144.    #14cn  Olympia XLS1S typewriter (LCD  memory) new cond., $450 ($600  new); convertible highchair, $25;  lOsaJng bicycle, $60; 3-mirror medi-  cine cabinet with light fixture, $50.  6868767 ��14cn  Kitchen table, 4 chaiis, good cond.  $60; answering machine. $40;  Winchester 30-30, $150; alum,  ladder 24', 2-section, $80; step  ladder, 6', $20; baby crib, toys,  $100; baby car seat, $40.883-  2754.  #1301  Matching British India carpets,  9x12 and 8x10', carved imperial  Kashmir plain gold colour, excel.  cond. $1750.885-7813.    ��13cn  Tiuck canopy for S10 Chev, length  7 tt, c/w sturdy boal rack. 883-  9966. ��13cn  Compact oak computer table. As  new, $100.886-2673.      ��13cn        Household effects - good quality, TOPSOIL  near new. Not a garage sale. 685- Screened top soil at reasonable  2093 or 885-5009. Unique items, rales. W.D. Excavallng, 886-9764  ��13cn orceU.'1-220-1526.        TFNs  OPEN HOUSE  THIS SUNDAY Mora  Neonex Imperial 14x70 mobile  home. Brighl, spacious layout,  excellenl condilion, very clean,  newly painled t renovated featuring stucco celling with cedar  beams in living room, white walls,  400 sq. It. deck. Excellenl location,  dose to lerry, In Comeau Trailer  Park 122,1416 North Road, Gibsons. Pad renl $195. 886-8095.  $39,900. TFNs  Cupboard, charming shaker style,  solid pine, unfinished, $450.886-  9665. TFNs  Children's picnic table, $23; cedar  wheelbarrow planters, $6 and $18.  885-3285. SS  HYDRO POLES  BC Hydro arjproved, all sizes. Call  W.D. Excavating for information.  886-9764 or cell 1-220-1526.  TFNs  1992 BRC Switchback 21 sp.  mountain bike, pearl white, 26x20  in exc. cond., $400 OBO. 686-  8095. TFNS  '88 Woodmizar 40HD bandsaw  mil. Trailer pkg - 550 hrs, lap siding attach., carriage cover, aulo  grinder, tooth setter, misc. spare  parts. $22,000060.886-3001 ss  ladies ski boots, 886-3457.    ss  Airco Gas lurnace Good cond.  $315 8854276 ss  Children's picnic table, $23; cedar  wheeiberrow planters $8 and $16.  8860285. ss  AGED HORSE MANURE  $20 pickup load or 2 loads/$30.  Roberls Creek 885-9969.    TFN  Super-8 or regular-8 movie camera and projector, also screen tripod arid light, $125.886-9420.  TFN  1990 Mustang 5.0 Lx, 5 spd., 43k,  black/gray doth, CD, mags, very  fast. Older owner. $11,900. 885-  3433 eves or leave message 686-  2694. ss  V  -,              '   .Tl/,  /ESTER INTERIORS |  V  ��� fri en It!  Uaamnaiaieiil  rr<v|vcT nKinoaefnenT  ��� Drafting 3mnk*$  ��� Pointing  ��� Paper Hanging  ��� *Cofp#nte*y  BILL 886-3463  SUNCO  Numbing / K sachets A 6a Vagal  rissautsHafcj...  MSaTOtXtSTOatOaCAU  ��������-������������  SA33 Whorl Rd., Sechell  DECYCli A SAVE  Rhododandrona I Azaleas  Same low price $3.50-$10. No  GST. Large selection. Roberts  Creek Nursery, 2569 Lower Road.  686-2062. #13w  Macintosh Stylewrller ��� ink let  printer, like new, 5 mo. old, $350.  885-7143. I13W  While sheers, floor length, pinch  pleated, $250; ecru sheers, floor  length, pinch pleated, $250. 885-  7813. #13w  Kenmore 40 gal. gas hot water  tank, near new, $50; Airco gas lurnace, $250 or $ 275 lor bolh.  886-3271. ��13w  Word processor Olivetti ETV 2700  single drive uses 3 1/2* floppy  discs wilh a 64 KB user memory.  Very easy to learn. Exc. cond.,  $700,685-5955. I13w  30 ft. trusses w/certrlicate, 22 pes.,  great for bam or workshop, $1700  new, $900 OBO. 885-9656.113*  Bob Cat trailer, exc. cond., $2500  060.885-2774. life  SCREENED TOPSOIL-GRAVELS  Fill sand, big or small loads. Doug  685-5070. I13w  universal home gym. Solid construction. Padded bench. All  attachments, $400.866-3400.  H3w  Astronomers delight - Tasco telescope up to 400X 60mm, $200  firm. 885-0269. I13w  GARDENERS: rabbit and chicken  manure by the bag. 886-7859.  11301  10x16 sundeck, $550; and an  6x12 mobile addition, wired,  plumbed and insulated, compiele  with covered porch and stairs,  $900. Both near new and selling  lor costs ol materials. OBO. 886-  9649. 11301  Mahogany enlerlainmenl cenlre;  Iridge; 2 VW Dune buggies; Sead-  oo; Conor parrot. Must sen - moving, 885-5443. 113*  McLarsy Princess antique wood  cook stove, beige with black trim,  $895 OBO; canopy for tull size  P/U, $40; hide-a-bed, $100.886-  4592. TFN  CEDAR SHAKES _ LUMBER, any  size. Will custom cut. 885-2138  or 885-5601. TFN  GOOD HAY  U.OaVBale Delivered  Straw M.OO/bele  Gardan Mulch Hay $3.50  Call Between 12-lpm  885-9357   TFN  Parker + Hole 30.06,3x9 Bushnell  scope. Martin 444s Winchester,  Oueen size waterbed, Bentwood  rocker. 885-5467. ss  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  884-5240  TFN  22.He.ivy  Equipment  Wanted: Alder and maple saw  logs. Will pay top dollar. 574-7790  or 275-4459. 11601  Wanted to rent: single axle dump  truck lor March 30,31, April land  possibly 2nd. Call Women In  Trades at 886-3807.        #13cn  '86 Ford Taurus V-6, exc. cond.  $3900 OBO. 888-7524 alter 5 pm.  ss  1989 Chev Sprint, grey, good  cond., very reliable, $4200. 885-  4703. *15w  1981 Mercury Cougar XR7, good  cond., no rusl, includes tune-up.  $950 OBO. ��15w  '84 Dodge Colt, 4 dr., auto., $1000  OBO. 885-4415. I15w  '86 Pontiac 6000 AC, 4 cyl., fuel  injected, greal milage, good cond.,  $3900 ONO. 865-4804.     I15w  1980 Riviera, 80,000 kms.,  grey/burgundy Interior, lamily  owned since new, $2400. 885-  6899. #15*  KAL  '85 Chev Citation, V6 4 sp., 33,000  kms,1 owner, $2350. 885-9553.  ��15w  1978 Ford E100 van 4 sp., good  cond., 300 CID, $1200.885-9648.  ���15*  1978 Oldsmobile 98, reliable transportation, lots ol extras, $1200.  685-9646. SS  1981 Pontiac Phoenix 4 dr., new  tires, brakes, clean, exc. cond.,  $1000060.(165-7511.      I15w  81 VW Rabbit LS, 5 sp., sunrool,  runs great, $2500 OBO. 8860045.  #15w  Datsun 240Z body parts, rec. eng.;  79 Dodge 1/2 Ion step-side wilh  canopy, boal rack, $1250. 886-  7378. ss  '66 Chev 2 Or. HT Impale, V8  auto., for parts, W.0.885-2540.  11301  71 Valiant, eng. in good running  order, $400 886-8434.      I15w  '82 Plymouth Sapporo 2 dr. sports  coupe, $1500 or trade 4X4. 885-  9357. TFN  '89 Firefly, 5 sp., exc. gas mileage,  good price, open to oilers. 686-  7800. t15w  CHEAPI FBIAJ.S. SEIZED  89 Mercedes $200  86VW $50  87 Mercedes $100  tBMustang $50  Choose Irom thousands starting  $50. FREE Information 24-hour  Hotline. 801-379-2935 Copyright  IBC010410. I27w  1975 Ponliac wagon, 4 cyl., $495;  1978 Granada 4 dr., aulo., PS/PB,  aircared, $995.438858ft  #15w  1991 Firefly Pontiac, 4 dr, standard, exc cond., 40,000 ks. 885-  4423. 11501  1976 Owv Malibu. reliable, 4 door.  new Ures. $500.886-9557.��15cn  TOTAL  CLEAROUT  All vehicles  must be soli  $150-  Canopy lor short box pickup, $125   1970 4x4 40' mudders, runs good.  OBO. 885-3159. I14w    886-7484. ss  ���^SHa,  MIKf PIIMIIV  CENTURION AUTO  5645 Whnrr Rd. 5a-al��� II  885-4004  1976 VW Rabbit, 4 DR hatchback,  fuel Injected 4 cyl, gas engine, 4  spd., excellenl running car with  great economy, $950. 886-3767  eves, 686-4577 days. Ask lor  Brent. I15cn  '81 Camaro Bertinetta, new sky  blue paint, exhaust, healer core,  305 auto. Solid sharp looking car,  $2600 060.885-3251 eves.��14cn  1964 Rambler classic wagon,  needs transmission work, $200  OBO. 885-3192. #13*  1979 Buick Regal station wagon,  $795 OBO. 886-3605 alter 7 pm.  #1401  1990 Honda CRXsl, black on  black, sunrool, 35,000 km, very  clean inside S out, $11,500 OBO.  686-7205 eves. as  1974 Corvette Stingray for sale,  $5,000 firm. 886-9670.     #14cn  1985 Mercury Lynx, 4 door, 5 spd,  sunroof, no rust, $1400 060.886-  2866. #14cn  '85 Honda Accord EX, 4 dr, power  sunroof, pwr door locks, pwr steering, pwr windows, exc cond. $5500  OBO. 866-2754. #14cn  1976 Oldsmobile station wagon, 8  seater, $500.885-7425.    #1401  1978 Ford Fiesta, 2 door standard,  $200 OBO. 896-4738.      #1401  1978 Oldsmobile model 98, new  brakes, exhausl, runs well, no rust.  $450,883-2754. #13cn  1982 Volvo s/wagon, one owner,  aulo, good cond, no rusl. $4900  060.885-7719 eves.      11301  1967 Buick Skyhawk LTD. Excellenl condition, one woman owner,  non smoker, immaculate, sunroof,  AM/FM cassette, 67,000 km. Call  686-4908. $7000 OBO.     #TFN  '90 Ford Escort LX, 5 spd.,  AM/FM, A/C, 2 yr. wly., exc. cond.  $5000. Phone 886-3389.   #13cn  81 Dalsun, 200SX pwr. windows,  stereo, auto., PS/PB, $1200 OBO.  866-3244. ss  Yellow 74 Triumph Spitfire, 1500  convertible, $3800 OBO. 685-  2444. #13w  81 Toyota Corolla SW, auto., rust  tree, exc. cond., $2300.885-7143.  #13w  1967 Chev Sprint, 2 dr., 5 sp., new  brakes, exhaust, etc., $3000 OBO.  885-3259 all. 5pm. #13*  1985 Hyundai Pony, 4 dr., auto.,  AM/FM cass., needs work, $500  OBO. 685-3259 aft. 5pm.   #13w  1982 Honda Accord LX, 4 dr.,  auto. 130,000 kms, AM/FM cass.,  suniool, lady driven, good cond., $  2700.885-3114. ��14cn  1982 Cavalier, 4 sp., clean solid  car, reliable transport. $1000.885-  2948. ss  17 FORD TAURUS  4 cyl., 4 dr. auto., mint. $4000.  686-2684. ss  1981 Chevetle, new brakes t  lires, 85,000 kms. on replaced  engine, $1200 060.885-1973.  #13*  1973 VW, gas healer, 4 extra custom rims, 2 snows, new seats,  over $500 - extra parts, needs  muffler, $1200.8854019.   #13*  '85 Lada 5 sp., 105,000 kms.,  good 2ndvehide, $500 OBO. 886-  4821. ss  Wanted to buy: spoiler and part of  front bumper for '83 Chevelie  1983-37 will UL 886-3039 all. 5pm.  TFN  1991 Mercury Cougar, aulo., air,  power, white, exc. cond., 35,000  tin, $17,000.6883623.       ss  1983 Chevrolet Caprice Classic -  desel, low milage, no rust. Phone  aft 6pm 885-7300. ��13w  1984 Buick Regal, grey, 2 dr., 305,  PS/PB/PW, console, bucket seals,  AM/FM stereo, new coils, shocks,  brakes, starter, battery, front Hiss;  193,000 hwy. kms., nice looking  car. $3490.895-6344.      11601  '88 Dodge Lancer, 4 dr, 5 spd,  Am/FM, very clean, $4995 or  trade. 686-2111 or 886-7520.TFN  79 Ford sin. wagon, V6 auto.,  good lunning cond., $475. 886-  8372. as  1986 Ford Mercury 2 dr., 8 cyl., air  cond., exc. cond., low mileage,  $5000060.683-2512. ss  $499 74 Chrysler New Yorker, 4  dr., V6, tully loaded, original  102,000 kms. 886-9500.      TFN  1985 Fiero GT, 6 cyl., 4 sp., runs  great, $2500.886-7484.        SS  Good selection used dies, wheels,  Chevetle; Honda Accord parts.  685-4004 ss  77 Ponliac Lemans, exc. cond.,  $900 OBO. 886-3648 SS  1974 Dalsun 2602 alpine stereo,  mags, spinner hubs, Pirelli lires,  new brakes, exc. shape $3500  060686-7378 SS  1973 Super Beetle, $2500 OBO.  883-9234. ss  1974 Oldsmobile, new brakes and  exhausl. Mechanically sound,  $900 060. 885-1943. ss  1968 Ford Taurus, am/lm, Ac V6,  aulo/od, 4 door, exc. cond. $6,495.  866-7520 or 686-2111. SS  1979 Cadillac Seville baby blue,  inl/exl., rebuilt engine 1 transmission. Priced lo sell $3850 Call 886-  8510 alter 6:00 pm. ss  1975 Triumph TR7, excellenl condition, new dual exhaust, radial t/a  !ojy_pro!i!e tires. Sacrifice $3600 or  irade up or down for family site  car or 11 fl. camper. 6854068. ss  1980 Honda Prelude, $450; 1977  Ford Thunderbird, $550. 885-  1943. #14*  '77 Pontiac TransAm, 305 aulo,  good cond., $995 060.886-7936.  #14*  1974 Volvo, new exhausl and  clutch, $1200 OBO, or Irade lor  Iruck or molorcycle. 683-9590.  #14*  '78 Firebird, 305 en, new brakes,  new muffler, carb. rebuild, good  lires, $600 OBO. 886-7650 aft.  4:30. #14w  '58 Chev rebuilt power glide transmission, $160.885-3547.   #14w  Rare '63 Chev Impala, 2 dr. Too  much work done to list. Excellent  for full restoration. Mechanically  excellent. $3200 OBO. 885-3547.  #14*  '86 Skoda, 4 dr., 5 sp., make an  offer. 686-9157. #14*  1969 Volvo 242 DL, still lunning,  good for parts. First offer can drive  it away. 686-3295. TFNs  '86 Pontiac 6000 AC 4 cyl, F/inj.  greal mileage. Exc. cond. $4500.  866-7150. ss  1986 F150 4X4,5.0 L, E.F.I, auto,  cruise, $4600 060.883-9801.  #14*  '88 Ford Econoline XL, 6 cyl.,  auto., HD suspension, AM/FM,  cass., phone, exc. cond., $9200  080.8864586. #14*  '85 Bronco II, 4x4, air-cared, 5 spd  with O/D, new dutch, AiWFM cassette, P/S, P/B, white mags, exc.  cond. $5950.83 Nissan P/U, 4x4,  air-cared, 4 spd, Rawhide canopy,  AM/FM cassette, bush guard, exc.  cond. $4450. '60 Dodge Ram  Charger SE, 4x4, very rare aulo,  P/S, P/B, AM/FM cassette, air-  cared, roll bars, removable hardlop, factory chrome mags, running  boards, axe. cond. $3675.1-965-  9781 collecl. #13cn  1986 Mazda Cab-plus, beautiful little truck, $4800. or trade for 16 ft.  boat package same age. 883-  2329. ss  '65 Ford Ft50, new 300 6 cyl.  engine, no rusl, AM/FM cass.,  slereo, canopy, exc. cond., $3500  OBO. 8854054. #13*  1989 F250 Ford Lariat 4X4 super  cab, dual fuel, many extras, exc.  cond., $20,700.885-7492. #14cn  '90 Toyola 4 runner, exc.  cond.$17,000 lirm. 885-3920 aft. 6  pm. #13*  '66 Jeep Cherokee, 4L, aulo, many  options, 61,000 kms. Excellent  condition. $12,900 lirm. 686-2673.  #13cn  1986 Nissan 4x4 King Cab, V6,  auto, $10,000.886-7584.  #13cn  1976 International MPV 4x4, automatic, P/S, P/B. Everything works  well. $1100 OBO. 886-3573.#13cn  '77 Ford PU 3/4 ton camper special, 77,000 miles, good running  cond., $1500 060.886-3700.  #13*  1966 Ford F250 4X4, diesel,  supercab, $10,000 OBO. 665-  1949. ss  '87 Nissan 4X4 XE, P/U 5 sp.,  100,000 kms., canopy, sunrool,  dura-liner, I bush bar, $7600.685-  MgA'"'"' '   '  ���    ss  1966 Mazda Cab-plus. Beautiful  little truck, $4800.883-2329.   ss  1985 Blazer S-10,2WD.V6,4 sp.,  auto, PS/PB $4995.6864592.  TFN  '64 Chev Cuslom Dlx. P/U on  propane, 305 cu. in., $3200; 250  gal. luel oil tank, $100 OBO  (empty). 686-2826. ss  79 S-100 Ford P/U, 6 cyl auto,  new tires, good work truck. $699.  ss 1987 S15 2WD Jimmy, privacy  glass, PS/PB, aulo., tilt, Sony  slereo, new exhausl, asking  $6800.686-7800. ss  1978 International Scout, lots of  rust but runs great, $600 060.  Yvan 885-9321. TFN  1988 Chev S.10 Tahoe. Immaculate, low k's also canopy tits S.10  longbox. 883-2297. ss  1988 Bronco II 4x4, great in snow,  V6 AT, exc. cond., new brakes,  exhaust $8500 OBO 889-2031 .ss  '69 3 ton Chev, flatdeck, 5 + 2  tranny, new front tires, needs  inspection. $3250.886-3001.  ss  Full size 1990 Dodge van, V6  auto, $8500.686-8301 SS  DRUGLORD TRUCKS! $100  86 6RONCO  $50  91 8LAZER   $150  77 JEEP CJ  $50  Seized Vans, 4x4's, Boats.  Choose Irom thousands starting  $50.-24 Hour Hotline.801-379-  2935 Copyright ��BC104KK ��20cn  1986 Chev. Cheyenne 1/2 ton  pick-up, 4.3 litre V6, PS/PB,  61,000 km., box mat, toolbox,  $6700. 885-2836,885-7413   SS  77 Chevy Nomad, deluxe window  van, parts. 885-5102. ss  1991 Chev S10 Durango 4X4 with  canopy, 29,000 kms., asking  $16,500,865-3506. ss  1967 Ford F250 4X4 Supercab,  exc. cond., one owner, $13,500.  885-5142. #15w  75 Ford 1 ton flatdeck, new battery, brakes, $1000 lirm. 885-3165  Lee, message 8854666.   #15*  1988 Ford 1/2 ton 5 sp., low kms.,  $7400.683-9203. #15*  1980 GMC 3/4 ton, exc. cond.,  $3000 OBO; 1973 Ford 3/4 ton,  exc. cond., $1500 OBO. 886-7774,  886-3027. |15w  79 GMC van, 350 auto, PS/PB,  air, cruise, tilt, PW/PDL, mags,  run bds, 9 pass, sofa bed, good  shape, $3900.885-5247.   #15*  1986 Foid 150, auto. 302, with 9 It.  camper, stove, Iridge, toilet, fiberglass rool, H/D suspension,  $7500.886-8015 early eve.#13cn  1991 Northern light dx camper 9?  fridge, stove, toilet and shower  $7500.885-7810 TFN  1975 GMC camper van. Good  tres, 6 cyl. auto. $1000 OBO. 883-  9979 ss  ���91 Dutchman 5th vtrhasel. 26 It. 11*.  Fully loaded, like new, immac.  cond. Call Brad or Connie 686-  0446. ss  29 ft. Class A Winnebago, queen  bed, 43,000 miles, loaded,  $29,900,883-2778. #15cn  1992 -28 ft. Terry 5th Wheel,  loaded, living room pushout 1991  Ford F52 XLT Lariat, low milage.  885-7215. #15*  '78 Toyota motorhome, 3-way  fridge, stove, oven, furnace, water  heater, lavatory shower, 120-12V  converter, dual batteries. 686-  3033. #15*  1972 21 ff. Prowler travel trailer,  shower, toilet, lurnace, oven,  stove, good cond. 685-7613 att.  6pm. ��15w  24' Prowler travel trailer lor sale or  Irade for motor home. Good  shape. Ideal living conditions while  building your home. Offers. 883-  9570. ��14cn  I $ CASH OR CARRY $   !  ���We need jooslaialavi boas, Ffcerglaeat  raitelt     ��  15 ft. Sangster, tull canvas, 35 hp  Evinrude. Exc. cond, serviced,  ready to go, $2250.14 ft. KtC 45  hp Chrysler Express trailer, exc.  cond, ready to go, $1575. 883-  2990. #1501  16' Double Eagle with 1980 55 hp  Johnson recently serviced and in  good working order. No trailer.  $2500.886-2736. #1501  Pair Ossco manifolds fit 350 Chev.  A.T.C. $100/pr. Also boat toilet  865*131. #1501  16' Sangster 65 hp Mercury trailer,  new battery and top, $2800.885-  2705. #15cn  Marine propane stove, $150; Nissan 5 HP motor, like new, $500.  686-2792. #14cn  1930s 26' classic gaff-rigged  ketch, all wood conslruction. 2 cyl.  Volvo diesel, slove, sink, head.  VHF, recently re-rigged, rewired  AC/DC, lots of brass and TLC.  Surveyed value $18,500 (Oct. '91)  Otters lo $16,000 considered. 883-  2990 after 5 pm. ���14cn  20 tt. Davidson sailboat 6 HP O/B.  Rigged for single handed sailing,  excellenl family day sailer. Sleeps  lour. $3500.8854797.     #14cn  BOAT SHOW  SPECIALS  Still In Effect  Largest Dealer on  the sunshine Coast  UDEUNESr  iSI7W*avrt*ke��aeeM.aW4l41  Boler travel trailer, fibreglass 13',  $1650.885-1943. #14*  21 ft. Kencratt trailer with Iridge,  stove, toilet, shower, $2900 OBO.  883-9590. #14w  '88 5th Wheel, 32.5 tt. Regal  Prowler. Storm windows, awnings,  back bedroom, $28,000.886-9519.  ���14*  Big block Ford propane system 1992 Prowler 19', used only 2  w/tank, $1000. 866-3005 8am- weeks, immac. cond, $12,800.  5pm. TFN    8654194. #14w  25 ft libreglass lifeboat, very seaworthy, $1200; 14 tt alum, boat  trailer, 2 HP motor, $500. Sechelt  pager 1-650-1212. #l3cn  CHEAP! FBI/U.S. SEIZED  68191 Sea Ray $350  90161 Hobie Cat $50  84 ChrisCraft $200  Choose from hundreds starting al  $50. FREE Inlormation 24-Hour  Hotline. 801-379-2935 Copyright  IBC010429. #19*  16 tt. Cobra outboard ski boat. Ski  bar, acrylic cover, new upholstery,  ne* Al tank, no motor, $1500 firm.  886-8351. #13w  22' hydro Swift Cruiser, 350 Chev  OMC leg, $3500 OBO. Phone aft.  6pm 686-3994. #13w  Wanted: Sabot or other small sailboat, approx. $200.885-3131.  ���14*  16 ft. Lund, 9.9 Suzuki 4 trailer,  $2000; 20 (1. steel workboat. 307  Chev, velvet drive, $6000. 686-  2565. #14w  1991 S10 4x4 Tahoe package.  Limited slip, aulo, 4.3 litre V6,  power windows, power doors,  $12,000. Must sell. 8864290.  11501  81 Toyota Landcruiser wagon 4X4  diesel. Good cond, runs great  good luel economy, $4900. 885-  9620 or 6854826. ��15w  78 Dodge van, standard runs  greal, $500 OBO. 686-3559 or  254-5288. #15w  1989 F250 XLT Lariat 7.3 L diesel  2 WD, 5 sp, supercab loaded,  extras, equipped lor 5th wheel.  One owner, only 37,000 miles.  Replacement cost $33,000, will  sell for $18,500.685-2544.     ss  1976 International MPV 4X4 auto,  PS/PB, complete with 6000 Ib.  winch w/remote, $1200 OBO. 886-  3573. #15*  74 Foid pickup, runs good. $1500  060.886-2548 #15cn  1984 Dodge short box pickup, 6  cyl., 4 spd, extras, good cond,  100,00 ks. $2700.686-7638.#15cn  Truck canopy lor full size box,  $200,8854629. #1401  1981 Datsun King Cab, rusty, runs  great, $900 - canopy $200. 685-  3131. #14*  Turn those  unwanted Hems info Take Advantage of our Nexv Classified Ad Special  Run your classified ad 6 times  and pay for only 2 times!   Coast News (Monday)  Classified Deadline:  NOON FRIDAY  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  26   Marine  25 ft. Fibreglass lifeboat, very seaworthy, $1200; 14 tt. aluminum  boat trailer, 2 HP motor, $500.  Sechelt pager 1-650-1212. #13*  12 alum boat, $250; Mariner 4 HP,  good cond, $350.883-2754.<l3cn  17 It. K.C. hardtop, exc. shape,  c/w colour sounder, anchor winch,  etc. Lo* hours. 40 HP Merc  aboard. 683-9968. *13cn  Isuzu 45 HP. 4 cyl. diesel, 1467  hrs. with 2-1 Paragon gear. Shalt,  2 props, slutting boxes. $2900  OBO. 8668545. #13cn  Runabout 16.5 K*C centre console 60 HP Evinrude galv trailer.  $6500 or trade lor lamily boal.  886-7564. #1301  12II. aluminum boat with Mariner  4 HP Ubuard. $460. 865-9648.  ���15*  27   Mobile Homes  23 It. Reman 1973 Cabin Cruiser,  new power, leg 8 tank ��� Giveaway,  $8000060.883-9380.     ��13w  17 tt. Double Eagle 140 HP  inboard VHF depth sounder, 420  hrs. on rebuilt Highiiner trailer,  $6500 OBO. 8854019.     #13*  14 tt. Fibreglass 65 HP Merc 4  trailer, $3000 060.685-0269.  ��� 13*  14 It. Fibreglass boal, exc. cond,  Iwo sets ol oars 4 locks. $275.  886-7521. #13w  22 II. Bayliner, 220 Volvo, sun-  bridge, galley, 6 enclosed head.  Sleeps lour, fully equipped sports  fisher, $17,500.886-27X. #13*  3 bdrm. 12'x66' mobile home with  2 room addition ,12x24') on pad,  Sechell. Info: Bob at work 885-  2812; Janet work 885-2360; Bob  or Janet al Home885-5789.#14w  CHEAP! FBI/US. SEIZED  88 Allegro 33' $250  82Winnebago $50  87 Pace Arrow 291 $200  Choose Irom hundreds starting at  $50. FREE Information 24-Hour  Hotline. 801-379-2935 Copyright  ���BC010425. ��19w  Only 2 left - Sunshine Coast Paik.  Display home, 924 sq. ft, $52,900;  Display home, 1440 sq. ft,  $94,900. Come in to view or call  lor appointment. Won't lasl. 886-  2597 or 597-3322. TFN  29   Wanted lo Renl  Retired Toronto couple seek furnished accom, Sechelt, Gibsons  area. June to August. Rent or  trade locations. 885-7370. #13cn  Small cottage to suit N/S quiet  individual. Rbts Ck. to HM Bay,  yard work maintenance OK. 885-  7571. ��t3w  31   For Rent  Room in shared house Sechelt,  view, dean, quiet W/D, responsible N/S, $350 ind. ulils. 8854778.  ���15*  31. Foi Re  Room, Read Road, Gibsons, avail.  March 15, SSOO/month, N/S, no  pets. 8860381 ��i3cn  Hopkins waterlront - beautilul  1 bdrm bachelor suite, walk to  brighl home. Meln lloor, 3 bed-  222  SfCHIlf MM1K  SUIKTS UO.  cigtua llll Mrm  MCMMC    MNAMS  M A B V C    ��� Marine  Surveyors .ma Consultants  HiltU  Color YourWorlS  Xlntsrlux w  MARINE PAINTS  886 8103  Gibsons Park Plaza  24' Reinell cabin cruiser, exc.  shape. $5200 OBO. 686-6101  between 8 ��� 5 or 886-6616 eves.  TFN  18 ft. F/G Volvo I/O tandem axle  trailer, $3800.883-2297.        ss  23 It Sabrecralt 165 I/O Merc, 20  aux. depth sounder, head, stove,  $9500.685-3764. ss  24.5 Cabin Cruiser, new  Merc molor and leg. head propane  stove, sleeps 4, rear glassed in,  $6200.863-9253. ss  Boat trailer lor herring skiff or large  boat, $800,683-2107. ss  115 Merc 4 cyl. O/B, $2500; 50  Merc 0/B, $1500. 886-3005, Bam-  5pm. TFN  Ranger 22, VHF 5 sails, very last  sleeps 4. Gary Mi* design $4200.  886-3490. 1-977-7349 toll-free  pager. ss  Coronado 15, trailer, similar lo  Laser, nice sailboat $1600. 886-  3490,1 -977-7349 toll-tree pager.  Hobie Cai 16 sailboat trailer, nice  boet ��1700. 886-3490, t-977-  7349 toll-lree pager, ss  12 It. aluminum boal $600, 885-  7167. ss  Yes! There is a reliable local propeller repair seivice. 885-5276.  TFN  Good 12 It. aluminum boat $600 or  irade? 885-7167 ss  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70 HP 1991-1992  Evinrudes. Excellent condilion.  Lowe's Resort. 883-2456.   TFN  19 tl. Sealoner Volvo Penta  Calkins trailer needs exhaust manifold, $3500.886-3457. SS  1964 Interceptor 1000, $1600;  1965 Ninja 900, $2600; 1987  Honda Scooter, $600.886-0365.  ���1501  1984 Suzuki GS 750EF, blue on  white, great coridition, $1600.886-  7584. #1301  80-1100 ccGoldwing wilh touring pkg. Very good cond, IT'S A  STEAL1 $1800.886-0003.   ��14w  CHEAP! FBIAJ.S. SEIZED  87MarduraVGV700        $100  86 Interceptor VF500 $50  90 Hartey                      $200  87 Magna 700 $100  Choose Irom thousands starting at  $50. FREE inlormation 24-Hour  Hotline. 801-379-2935 Copyright  ���BC010421.                    ��19*  '86 Honda Aspencade, exc. cond,  garage kept, $5500.866-9595.  1985 Kawasaki Ninja like new,  offers. 886-8622. ss  BUSINESS IN GIBSONS  WISHES TO RENT  COMMERCIAL OFFICE  SPACE IN SECHELT.  We require 600-1000- aq. ft.  Please write with information  oncastVsq.lt, length of lease  required, maintenance costs,  when available. Reply to Box  390  c/o P.O. Box 460  Gibsons B.C.  VON IVO  lerry, panoramic view. Privale  entrance, balcony, util. incl. No  pels. $500/mo. 886-7394  ��15cn  Avail, immed. and May 1, Iwo  duplexes, lower Gibsons. 3 bdim,  l/p and appis. $800/mo. 1-948-  0384 or 886-2226. ��15cn  rooms, 1600 sq. II. Features large  kitchen, Jenn-Aire appliances,  DAV, skylights plus deluxe jet-tub  room and 2 balhs ��� laundiy. Avail.  April 1. $1050.8854973.  #13cn  Irwin Motel Trailer Park, 626 Hwy.  101, 2 bdrm trailer, $475, avail.  April 1, suitable lor c4oer couple. 1  ^Son^n  2��2S-Mi2  Gibsons and Langdale, waiertront.  Renl $595 Incl. heal 1 hydro.  Phone 886-9025. ��l5cn  suit single person. Central quiel  park. 886-3331. ��i3cn  Wanted - careiaking position lor  responsible working couple and  our son. Prefer Gibsons area.  Exc. refs. Avail. May 1 or thereabouts. 255-9924 Van.      #i3w  Single N/S man with 1 cat looking  lor 1 bdrm. cottage or suite Irom  Gibsons to Langdale for May 1.  Reas. rent. Eves 686-2743. ��13w  Grad student conducting Tetrahedron sludy requires accommodations, June to Sepl. 253-6751.  #15*  Laketront cabin Ruby/Sakinaw  Lake tor summer months. 6M-  6837/522-2718. (14w  ______________ Snialler2bdrmrr-rot*selupinN.  UpperGfceom, 3bdmi **., large ^d ����**** J"'���  living room, appis. $650. 685- *���***-'�����-*�����---MM'- ,13cn  3277,255-5470. >l5cn Upper Gibsons, $650/mo, 3 bdrm.  ocean view. N/S, no pels, suit ""* ^2mm       ,15w  retired or business couple. 15 2 bdrm. mobile on 1/2 acre lot  mins. toleny. 888-8475.   ��15cn Rbls. Ck, $600. Avail Apr. 15.  31. For Renl  2 bedroom, large sundeck, carport,  beach, Pender Harbour,  $550/month plus utilities. (604)  327-7725. ��18oi  Watertront 1 bdrm apt. In Secret  Cove. NS, no pels, $450. Lv.  mess. 685-9368. TFN  Mobile home, Redrooffs area, very  clean 8 private, 2 bdrm, $450/mo.  plus ulils. 885-9424. ��14w  Gibsons - 3 bdim, 2 balh, water  view, 2 sundecks, garage, 5 appl,  avail. Apr. 1, $850.298-5215.��14w  Rbls. Ck, 2 bdrm. top floor ol  house, garage, sundeck, FP, N/S  prel. Kids welcome, $675 plus 1/2  utils. Avail. May 1.885-3808.��14w  PART-TIME  ADVERTISING  SALESPERSON  To service/develop accounts for Ihe Coast News  and the Weekender. We  are looking tor an energetic, self-motivated, team-  oriented Individual. This is  a salaried posilion. Please  send resume to Pat Tripp,  Publisher, Coast News,  Box 460. Gibsons, BC VON  1V0 or FAX lo 886-7725.  (No phone calls please).  TFN  1992 Coach Master lully loaded,  sell-contained, patio doors, W/D,  $26,500 060. View at Hilltop RV  Park. Cell. ��1-755-5897.   #13oi  OPEN HOUSE  THIS SUNDAY 14 pm  Neonex Imperial 14x70 mobile  home. Bright, spacious layout,  excellent condilion, very clean,  newly painted 4 renovaled featuring stucco ceiling with cedar  beams in living room, while walls,  400 sq. ft. deck. Excellent location,  close to ferry, in Comeau Trailer  Park #22,1416 North Road, Gibsons. Pad rem $195. 886-8095.  $39,900. TFNs  Pad for mobile home on private  property in 2-mile vicinity of Gibsons. 666-3004 or 886-3856.  ���13cn  Modest 2 bdrm. house near water,  Gibsons to Sechelt, rent/lease.  886-0339. ��15w  One bdrm suite, furnished, lor  apf>t7i?."rms*-aTnit3m AoTTS to  May 15. Nc-vsmokers. CaH collecl  446-2745. #1501  Acfive senior, N/S, S/D, no pets,  seeks rental 2 bdrm apart, or  house. Gibsons-Sechelt, May 1.  Call collect 663-5606 eves. ��l4cn  Beautifully furnished 2 bdrm, 2  bathroom condo in Secrel Cove.  Washer/dryer. $650/mo. Avail,  now or May 1.926-8164.   #15cn  Rbts. Ck, view, beach access, 2  bdrm. main lloor, avail. May 1,  suitable lor adults, $650. 886-  9656. #15*  1 bdrm. ocean view suite, $400.  Split hydro 40/60. Animal 1 garden  lover prel, N/S. 886-2063. #15w  Small 2 bdrm. mobile on very privale pad. Ideal for single parent or  '���Jirkirtf couple. S*e��. haatr  $460/mo, avail. Apr* 1, no dogs.  686-9561.    ��15w  2 bdrm. mobile W/D, large sliding  glass doors, comer private pad, oil  heat, $500/mo, avail. May 1, no  dogs. 886-9581. #t5w  , aaajga  Drop oft your  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  AT  Peninsula Market  in Davis Bey  A Friendly People Place"  YOU GET WHAT  yOUPAYFOR.ee  and it pays to advertise  couAuau  tMOlMOH  COOIUNiTr  lUaOClATHM  300  BLANKET CLASSIFIEDS A . _ _ *��  Th.aaaoeapr^hissoaea^llJOoamissaWS.-rr.aa.Jt.eeralnB.C.artVuto SI 95  avadreM mote nan 3 issalaen readers.. T ' **/v*'  TO PLACE AN AD CALL THIS PAPER OR BCVCNA AT {(04) 66114222 nnaeaeatauenalsaaar.  ENGINES REBUILT Irons  SMS.   S year 100,000 km.  avarranly. Bond Medianical  Hiving B.C. lor 27 years  Ptvone 7 daya. 8 a.m. ��� 8 p.m.  |S04|872.0S41. Toll-lree  Mon-Fri l _KO_m___Ul  BEFORE VOU BUVe rebuilt  engine, compare quality and  lervlce. CANAOAENOINES  LTD. IS THE BEST. Caver  ligtil Truck, from $M5 5 Yr.  arnlteaj warranty SSO-IOSO  (24 HravTDayal. 1400485.  3470.  iiieMeeoeesoavnaeniM  DRUG RAID SEIZURES! Buy  din cheep. Cere, Houeea,  Boole. Oompulera,.Direct  Irom U.S/Car*Jan Governmenl. FREE IUUSTRATED  REPORT: S.izur... Depl  bcIO, *lSO-saS7 Weal 4ft,  Vancouver. B.C. VSJ 1U4.  F290,4X4a. CumankseDie.  ael, Eaploreri, Ranger.  Trucka. Up lo S1SO0. each  rebaie. '0' down O.A.C.  Payments Irom SlaW/maYam  Phone Oram or Don oooact  S344776,   DODGE CUMMINS DIESEL  SALE. 48 Available now. 2/  Wheel and .Wheel calve.  6 C a taghe.l volume Dteael  Dealer-lip. S.ina. Financing  kar aWno'i. OAC Larry  Holme., Meple Ridge  Chryller 649OSS or 485  8831   _______*__  MK TeitWj Weter t Selling  Ecowaw equipmeni In wel  B.C. Training provided to  good people asfceeulalahod  repsaUonlnoaammataJiy. FAX  1 7651508. CaV11800447  4401.  eu��e��aeof>oeTuaamee  JUHLI FASHIONS Deaslgnaad  by svomen lav women. Take  advantage ol thi. opportunity  to own your own Jaottiloi  outlet. Home Dated. Strang  Immediate ceeh Dow. Minimum Inveaenem W.CrOO. Fl-  narsclng OAC. 2724394.  ATHOMEBUSINESS.oradd  to your exlatngopavelon. For  total Inveitmanl ol leee ften  S80,000. You will enjoy high  relume In tie Computerized  Emtvoldery Buelneee. Now  evaseble in your svee. Cal  Denla In Calgary 1400441-  COMPANV REPRESENTATIVES NEEDED. CeneaSen  Corn morciolEloctDfsJco Company amantn* tlvoaaghout  Ec. r^ EXPEWENCE NEC  ESSARY. wa svil vein. Po-  tmUntri_Q.fXX.latm.  pa. week. FuaVPart-Wsse po-  aaaor. vHMttOnUir  MOTIVATED ANO MATURE  INDIVIDUALS IMMEDIATELY. Oall(604)43S41��S  'NEW CAREER' IrsnovaUve  dvnemicwlvJeielel��TnieekB  two individual, to dltpley  merchavsrJae m wlaWalsed  uvealnyouaane. EapectB  eern S��S0.|comm)  WEEKLVI Tr^pipvsded.  Banel����ProlltS��senrsg. Cel  veiaiaaa-oBia. wiW  ULTRASONIC BLIND  CLEANING. The leeleat  j-oaalrsg atrvloa buiarane ol  ����� Wa now ai Cenede. No  ctmpeajgon, low ovaaTsead.  eaa-ajKeni profits. Burnaby  435-7323. Kelowna 862  8332.  HUGE INCOME POTENTIAL.    Stan your own  oleinbutoraKp struts proven  Hty proOaca Small Inveet.  ment Cal May lor Warns-  loi. ��2��.5s��2(V.  tXe to AitMaJe, Upholetoav  Builneaa FOR TALE In  .0.  Welee-  dlate Income year round.  (���04)S��7.24ao, (S04ISS7-  OOaaaajeJBVfjaTB  2DAYARM8ANOMILn'A��A  __\_fMM, Oroursde.  No* Fowss BuaVJrag. Aprl  3rd lOuis.-S-un., ApMaviVg  ajss.-e pan. Pubac end new  membere WELCOMEI AD-  MISSION K  toucanoai  PonaauaMsc.  r����<)Hau  LEARN                    PRO  PHOTtMRA(>HY...wlft our  rensarteble new home natty  courie. VoutrnhelnaMduel  tuWononraiaaltoatspeonel  etpecla ol photography .  Sporta. PomMa, Faahion.  Nudee, AdverWng, New.  andTnM. Sand today tor  osr too ooaw book. Cal; 1-  ���00-287-1S2S,         Fta:  1(6I3|74��4641   Neat Yorti  ksatfule ol r-raaatoanphy, 38  Mr^rtwAsaataue, Sulla 2S6,  Olewe, Ontario. K1L6R2.  MAPLE SYRUP SEASON  hoe otrlvedl  Syrup, cendy,  buaar, made only vatlh pun  Maple Syrup; git eeksooni  eleo evellabte.   RekKidoa  Farm producing over too  yaere. Free ftoetsure. Collecl (5141284.3493, Fe��:  (5141244 24��2.  WOULD YOU UKE to ccrre-  aapondssilftutvilltschedChrla-  lan people ecroea Canada  lor ca^pavskyiajllp or rilaV-  riege? Aalvova, P.O. Box  20i.ChaVMi8.C. VOEIMO.  ���ara  GREAT PYRENEES PUPS  kariaVe. Ras-Mattd, ahua,  guwemeed. E.ceUm itye-  attok guerdaana and lemly  doge. Reedy now. Alaoono  yeer ok) meaa. eacellent with  tvaVeen. (403H34-2778.  t^RISTIANBwlahangtoob-  ���ari bea��as*aal gataetng oerda  ���Us veraee tntn fte Holy  Scriptural write:   Lumen  ChriMPus*>ilone,I133-3e  Am. 8.W., CaVgery. AJbera  T3B IW1 Of (4t��)i4747X.  InoWlduela, Churchee. Deel-  e*% vtiejaoo^afr)  FUDtaW)  RSAllSTATa  CJWADAeiBfla-aMESI.08.  Peeoe grown Canede f 1 el-  UeeaedlJB. Prasenego-  leble on largo tote.   John  Relnder. (403|a*4.2375 or  Ua-27S0.  ISM NEW HOME BHOW  Aart 24 Trecaex Centre,  lUikaMera Airport For  Mare Inlormallon Call  Menuleclured Homing  Aim, el BC 140iV8a7-  THE LAST STEEL BUILD-  ING youi eve. need.   FUTURE STEEL BUILDINGS  The reaxagrslied leader In el  kkrdeble. ttp-quelsy, Arch-  Style Burkarge.   Why pay  mote? osovVaaauu-H.  S8i74. S��-W��40'Ul14H-  18.434 dalvend I4004M.  Bill,  mAteta  tm.  GoaaKrameaVOteavatLoene  Baiona ol dolera are made  esaaslatxetonewandeitlialaig  BC. buaanaioee. The Brad  Book can ahow you how to  gat your arssve.   Cel now  (80417534424.  NEW HOMES FROM 188.  eq.lt. Ouekty engineered  alasTduaVhomee. Factory butu  kv vow alto, rts well. R40/  R20lt*eutelaon. Starawrsomea  al OoMec Home Salee. Surrey. a>72iai.  STEEL        BUILDINGS,  OUONSETS end 8. MODELS. Many aaaaa to ohooee  tons. ForVelue.Ouellyend  ll-Mrily, oel Future Sleel  BualdVaje 14004844111.  RonaaajT  S000-II. Framage Ceriboo  BEAUTIFUL   BUSTLING  BANFF. Retalmrlceirseoai  tatverykiBelieeavelebleln  t. atowraBswi area   Highly  elkvdebaa rents! ram.  _.-  ���UWvourbuaaaiseeeensklal  Fk>ctyfawieiapaa,aJouiln  ���me lor our rant buoy aura-  mor.CdOonl4m7U.2ass.  (hey), sVtaaVJvMatoatvroeon?  1800 ag.ll 4-sMOaTMm home  S1M.000. Aleo 42AC on  Cariboo Leke, reed (40,000.  33S4S43elter6pan.  iauu.ni  OSTEOPOROSIS INFORMATION. Write ue to team  ���bout Die Society and M  condilion.         OSTOP,  Oalaoporoai.SocattyolBC,  Ssake 203 ��� 2182 aVeel 12tl  Ave, Vancouver, B.C. MX  tm  BUYINO, SELLING OR  RENTINO e vecetlon  aVTseelwe? Cal tse Eiperial  roaauaiaae.  Re����Ca)ai��Mariu*��,San  t-axa��,Ce��ornle. 14sM-72-  t-aONOO, 14007224434.  OON8TRUCTION EQUIPMENT For Sale or Ren.  Oreoav wa* Snow Wlnge,  Pla>��Tnatska.SersdefTiva*e,  Eaoevetora.     Lowbeda,  .senworth         Tractora,  tacttaee. Loader., Wear  Trucka, Doiere, Pecker.,  JJr^jj.^Pup.c-  HfaVWH-IBD  EDITORyREPORTER.   Im-  weaeetooperWsgkvlrxevtduel  MV) ��� gafuina oonmlfeMnl  ��oowmurtlyns<wl��joln#3ur  itmawftaooafrt twwd innranQ  Mfm aWMpMSf lOOSaM In  ���outwnlnMororB.C. Mu��  h**a_*ty*>cto��*-tpe_ttf  wWng, snappy heamnea,  coot sdMnQt Kory Mttclon  ���no SMa^fWMfVta    A 0TMt  Of_poi%jiitototfaihtoftae0)o  Ml Mi n s mial oonvnu*  ndy. Satnd rttmnt, cNps snd  rflfflfflnota to: Publish tr,  MWItT HkMtd. Boi ���. MaffMtL  B.C. VOK 280.  t  a**aVMUsWU11aStr**aJa  NEW ROADSTER lent roller  deelera seamed. Pul with 4  <-s4b**av oara, t��M - m bo,  ��,I��S. - H8H. Mode In  CenaadeCompaaclssaktiutaiy  on t�� road, roomy In lie  park. Fun-Wey Selei  (40312272845 AJbtvte.  TARGET BRAND mewwavk-  ^^Majaaapav-atm-  j*t��*.   Eaacttool deener.  nagniaiii PaaaaaoaVtCoet  SrWwwWsca-gcaalKelail  ��� i  IS78 Scamper 17 lit revel  r^ler,ea>a>pe4,3vaayiYldge  BtovWoven, belvoornAoleL  *ran��y lad tumece S3.000.  O.B.O. Encelent Condtoi  7eS-2S27.  ADVERTISING  FOR TENANCY  British Cdumbla lea>slation pr��  hilxts advertising wlxcti rjacrlm-  Inates In the rental of property.  For example a person who  slipulales 'No Children' as a  condition of rental would be In  vidafion ot the Family Status and  the Human Flights Acts. The  landkxd who places tie advertsse-  menl and the newspaper which  publishes ll would both be In  corrlravention of the legislation  and could have a complaint lied  against Ihem. The Coast News  will therefore not accept such  discriminatory ads.  885-7850.  ���15w  Shared Accommodation my  home, short tarn or long term.  Ideal for mill student. Close to  tarry, N/S, no pata, avail. April 1  or sooner. North Rd., Gibsons,  S350/mo. Includes ulils. 866-  8095. TFNs  1 bdrm. suite upper Gibsons close  lo mall, heat 1 light Incl., $540.  886-3107. ��14w  886-3343  W. Sechelt, new 2 bdrm.,  washer/dryer, no pels, no smok-  ing,S850.l��5-8980,        ��15w  3 bdrm. 2 balh, 3 appl., skylights,  1445 sq. fl., new, $825, no pels.  886-2454. (law  VIEW SUITE  Large, bright 1 bdrm. adull oriented, laundiy t summer pool facilities, 10 mins. walk lo terry, avail,  immed. 88f>0990. ��15w  Lower Gibsons, 1 bdrm view apt.  Brighl, new, secure, quiet. Balcony, carpets, laundry, nice clientele. $590.686-3420.       ��13cn  3 bdrm rancher 1 block lo Sunnycrest Mall. 4 appl., carport, fenced  yard. 1-755-1639 or 886-0964  after 6 pm and belore 9 pm.��13cn  Accommodation to share in view  home in lower Gibsons. $360  includes renl, utilities, phone,  washer t dryer. Prefer non-smoker. 886*097. 11501  Hopkins Landing, 1 bdrm. suits  avail. Apr. 1, $375.886-3428.  ��14w  RENTAL  MANAGEMENT  Tetttts  "EALTVLTD  Don Sutherland  2 BDRM Townhouse  Avail April 1 $775  866*8107  Gibsons -1 bdrm. trailer, $375  includes cable. Close to beach.  - , .888-3996 or 737-8975.      ��13w  Gibsons spacious 1 bdrm. apart. In  3 yr. old building, garden level,  W/D, walking dislance lo all  amenities, avail. Apr. 1, $595 incl.  hydro. 298-5215. *14w  Gibsons 3 bdrm. mobile with addition, W/D, no pets, avail. Apr. 1,  $550,886-2653. ��14w  upper floor, 2  balhs, 2 FP, Gibsons, $l000/mo.  885-7749 Apr. 1. ��13w  2 bdrm. apartment in lower Gibsons, close to shopping t marina,  avail. Apr. 1,$500/mo,  Apartment in lower Gibsons. 3  bdrm, plus den, close to Post  Office and shopping. Available  Ae-X. 1, $750*1)0.  LOWER QIBSONS  Two offices, $175 ' $225, light,  heat, GST included. 886-2588 or  1-736-4804. ���14cn  2 bay automotive garage. Owner  wiling lo modify as required. Halfmoon Bay area. 685-2703. ��14w  Office or light-duty work space.  600 plus sq. ff., $450/mo. 886-  8615or886-2231. ��14w  622 sq. ft. of space on Marine  Drive in Lower Gibsons. Suitable  for office or retail. 686-7453.��14cn  Warehouse or manufacturing  space, 2000 to 6000 squaie feet,  Wilson Creek. Grant Really 886-  3330. ��TFN  Commercial shop, 4642 Franale  Peninsula, Madeira Park, 1680 sq.  ft., $400/1*10.863-2930.     ��13w  Industrial workshop avail, immed.,  Gibsons, 750 sq. a unit, $475fmo.  921-5751. TFN  Roberts Cieek Hall, avail, dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7815. TFN  For a Professional Resume  in Lower Gibsons call  CONFIDENTIAL. 886-4740.��14w  Motivated highschool sludent lor  yard work, approx. 2 hrs. weekly.  866-9006. It-Mr  Lunch cook al lhe Omega Restaurant. Apply ki person between 11-  11:30 am or 2-2:30 pom Tuesday-  Friday. TFN  Assemble products al home. Variety ol work. Excellenl pay. Call  amazing 24 hr. RECORDED message for Iree details (604) 623-  2380 Ext. A74. TFN  Now hiring friendly people for the  position of seniors. PiT, F/T, days  or nights. Apply In person between  11-11:30 am or 2-2:30 pm Tues.-  Fri., Omega Restaurant.     TFN  Assemble lighl products from  home. Excellenl income. Call  amazing 24-hour RECORDED  massage for free details. (604)  623-2380 Exl. IA74 (not a direct  hirer). TFN  EASY ASSEMBLY any hours,  $339.84 week, family of 3 earns  $4417.92 monthly. 24 hour hotline. 801-379-2985. Copyright  IBC010452. I28en  Redrootfs, 2 bdrm rancher with Clean 2 bdrm. house in Sechell,  view, l/place, lum., cable, $700 / easy walk to all services, w/d incl.,  month plus utils. 885-5324,1-266- $B50/mo. Avail. Apr. 15.  7689.                          I14cn  CENTURY WEST REALTY  PROPERTY MANAGEMENT  885-2235  Bachelor  Suites  BY MONTH OR WEEK  Rt*��yalllte}aTrCh!tic*44l  885-7844  TFN  Central Gibsons: Large 2 level, 3  bdrm, 2 bath home. Family room,  laundry, modem kitchen, large  backyard. Pets OK. Avail. April 1.  $850,886-3573. ��14cn  OCEANVIEW  Boothlll Ranch R.V. PARK  Opening Ihis spring. Call now to  reserve your space! Long term and  short term rates available. Phone  888-9784 lor moie information or  cells 1-220-1526. TFNs  2 bdrm oceanside apt., Davis Bay.  Avail. April 1, $600/mo. plus utilities. 685-5918 or 792-8731 alter 6  pm. ��l4cn  Gibsons. New 3 bdrm, 1/2 duplex,  central location, 4 appl. Avail,  imnaed. 1-880-1230 (call ��).H4cn  2 bdrm apt for rent, $395, utils not  ind. Central Gibsons. New carpel,  nsewtiie, skyligm. 886-7018. TFN  3 bdrm house, 2-1/2 baths, 1 km to  terry, 6 mos. old, 5 appl., F/P, 2-  car garage. Refs.'No pets. $975.  Privale, quiet localion. 886-4567 or  986-7552. I14cn  One bdrm apt. Gibsons, $450.  Two bdrm apl. Gibsons, $500.  Two bdtm, den, $625, One bdrm  duplex, $400. Grant Realty 886-  3330. TFN  Cosy 1 bdrm view suite across  tram Gibsons Marina, avail, now,  $500,886-9737. ��14cn  Very clean 3 bdrm., FP, stones  throw from pebble beach, Wesl  Sechelt, N/S, Avail. Apr., $800.  925-3236. ��15w  Glbaons ��� 2 bdrm. bright, mouilaln  view. $550. Arthur 885-9659.    11301  Rbts. Ck. ��� 1 Mrm. bright, share  attached greenthouse and hot tub,  $450 plus. Arthur 885-9859.11301  Gibsons -1 bdim. suite, avail. Apr.  1.886-2202 aft. 4pm.       *13w  3 bdrm. home, Wesl Sechell  waiertront, $925.885-5311. ��13w  Sleeping room In privale home:  kitchen privileges, washer/dryer,  cable, reasonable. Must like animals. 886-3740 alt. 7 pm.   H3w  Fully lumished batch, suite, Reed  Rd., avail. Apr. 1, $365/mo. 886-  7261. I13w  TRAIL BAY  PROPERTIES LTD  Office or  Retail Space  2,861 square feet of  ground floor, level access  office or retail space in  downtown Sechell. Good  exposure with ample  parking. Air conditioned.  Available May 1,1993  with long or short term  leasing options. Space  can be divided if smaller  premises required.  Contact Bruce Morris  885-5614  Trail Bay Properties Lid.  Box 400, Sechell, B.C.  V0N3A0  Gibsons ��� new view apartment, 2  bdrms., 1st lloor, partly lumished,  elegant, blinds plus drapes  throughout, 3 appis., patio, storage, laundry facilities, parking.  Centai, yel (*uiet. locatiori suaiable  for responsible cot^e/sngle person, $6��Vrno. 865-5659.   I13w  Excavator operator cal controls,  pipe-line experience preferred.  886-8691. 11401  VOLUNTEERS NEEDED  Umpires and coaches are reeded  for the Gibsons minor ball league,  2 games per week, April thru June.  Carpentry assistance for a small  project for The Haltmoon Bay Daycare. All tools and materials piovided. Earth Day needs interested  volunteers to help oul with this one  day event in April that celebrates  the environment. The Wildlife  Rehab Centre needs help with a  variety of projects including repair  ol animal cages. Vary flexible  shifts. For these and more opportunities contact The Volunteer and  Information Centre at 685-5881.  TFN  Kiddie Cel Daycare has positions  available for substitutes and permanent part erne tor ECE students  in training. Send resumes to RR1  TLC Site C22, Sechell, BC VON  3A0. ��15w  C.D.A. wanted to work 3 Saturdays/month. Please call Dr. Dan  Kingsbury. 886-4535.       I15cn  85-seat Marine Pub located in Gibsons has immediate lull-lime  employment lor self-motivated,  creative short order cook. Individual must be lully qualified, experienced and have supporting documents. Fax resume and salary  expectations to 986-9986.   TFN  Full time office person. lOioiailedge  of accounts payable, computer  accounting systems and spread  sheets a must. Please send  resume to: Alpine Truss Co. Ltd.,  S-8 C-17 RR1 Gibsons, B.C. VON  1V0. Phone 886-8233. Fax 686-  8224. ��13oi  Marine Paik attertdant P/T til May,  then F/T. Boal and chainsaw exp.  necessary. Cabin supplied. Send  resume to Box 1777, Gibsons  ���13cn  Totally Tropical Interiors requires  full-time or part-time axnauRants lo  sell exclusive line of s* plants and  treaas thiough hcame paniea and/or  to businesses Cer a must! Excellenl earning potential!! Call Joyce  (804) 485-5775 ooasd.     11301  Will's Window and Yard CareLang-  dale to Egmont. Reasonable rates.  885-7733. 11501  Housecleaning: Reliable, experienced, rets, avail. B8M270.��l5oi  SPRING IS COMING. Get ready "'  for planting. Retaining wall, '  planters, stone work. Century  Rock 885-5910. 11401  Drywall finishing, t-omplete professional service. Taping, texturing,  etc. 886-3573. ��14cn  RneWon**rtaTat  Staircases, Bannisters, Mantles,  Mouldings, elc. Celtic Crafts 886-  2844. il4cn  toatlvaSundeclcs  Outdoor staircases, ramps, Gazebos, hot-tub enclosures, custom  petto furniture. Celtic Crafts 886-  2844. ii4oi  Free Estimates  Firm Prices  ���nice Fraser  8-55-9578  Serving the Coast  for 14 years.  Millwood services - portable band-  saw mill, accurate clean cut lumber on your land. 865-3270 Brian.   ���1701  Clean-up - lawns, blackberries,  painting. Man seeks P/T, casual or  regular basis work. Reliable. Bill  686-3822. I13w  We do renovations, repairs, additions and out buildings. 865-6070.  ���16w  DO YOU NEED  Lawn maintenanca/de-thalching,  brush cutting, pressure washing,  mobile washing, asphalt/concrete  sealing, rolo-tilling, hedge trimming, rubbish removal, bucking  wood, wndow/gulter cleaning, car-  pet/upholstery cleaning. 8850737.  ���13w  Sechell Pressure Washing. Fully  insured, concrete patios, cedar  roofs, trailers, etc. Free estimales  885-2612. H4cn  RENOVATIONS*  All CARPENTRY NEEDS  Call Bob  lor your FREE ESTIMATE  886-2215 (att 6pm)         TFNs  IMYOURHANDIIIAN  Porches, Additions, Remodeling,  Sdariajns, No job too small. BI at  886-0380 or 24 hr. pager 1-977-  6502. TFN  ,-:..-.      ... Coast News   Classifieds  Coast News, March 29, 1993  21  sports  35   Business &  Home Services  Lather / drywaller, 5 yrs. exp. looking lor work. 686-4783 (leave message) ���14cn  Need a strong, willing to do anything worker? Have chainsaw, no  job too small. 8850165 Lee, message 685-4686. ��15w  PRO PAINTING I. FINISHING  ���Quality Materials*  Workmanship  ���Interior Woodwork t  Painl Specialist  ���teidenlial* Commercial  * Fast, Efficient Senrk-e  ��� Seniors Discount  IN-HOME PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  CarpaU* Uirivofatat-y  fWrTfsfULIfllJa.  MCaJrlTEOEQUPMEtlT  KSrPOSSBLE RESULTS  m___m__mp  Will's Window Washing 885-7733,  reasonable rales. ���t3cn  KAYNOR  Interior cleaning big or small,  bonded and reliable. 884-5324 or  886-0436. TFN  DEITER  CONSTRUCTION  a��**3s>Cujlom Framing  Jl'WoodSiding^W  883-9775  6*9 pm  UWN AND GARDEN  Specializing in gardening and  lawn maintenance  ��� Pruning - Trimming - Fertilizing -  Garden Clean-up  Commercial S FteirJential  886-0160  ^    TFN  Concrete - Specializing in driveways, patios, stairs, sidewalks,  floors, foundations, exposed  aggregate. 886-8095.       TFNs  Custom Sewing *  Alterations  by qualified tailor  Fabric, fur 6. leather  favt-pcaainlment  prW calf 186-1175  After 5 pm call8S6-7694  Class one driver, 17 yrs., exp. with  cats, loaders, lo-boys. cherry packers S dumps. Call Richard 888-  7772. I13w  Experienced urchin diver with own  gear. No job too small. Kevin 885-  4688 tiew  Home maintenance, repairs, renovations, etc. Reasonable rales,  Iree estimales. 865-6396.   ��14w  EXPERIENCED CARPENTER  15 years experience, lirm rales,  Iree estimales, no job Im small or  too large. Bruce 885-9576.  TFN  Jack ol all trades FT/PT certified  welder, some experience In  machining and heavy duty  mechanics. Third year apprentice.  Have 1/2 ton and fools - your  welder. 883-2680. ��14w  Gardening blues? Call 386-0135  for help. mw  Carpentry, Renovations a Additions by hour or contract. Call 686-  3107. ��13w  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available lor hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  mainlenance, rototilling, odd jobs.  685-3917. TFNs  Complete Bobcat Seivices  Excavating - Backfilling  Staining Walls-Trenching  Landscape Construction  drainage  TFNs  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  RENOVATIONS  Wallpaper, paint, carpentiy, drafting, Iree estimales. Relerences  available, 686-3463.       tfn�����,  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping - Limbing ��� Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaranteed  Walt. Free estimates. 885-2109.  TFN  PATERSON & CO.  ACCOUNTANTS  Income Tax  Preparation  977 Hwy. 101  Gibsons, B.C.  .986-4843  CULTURED MARBLE  Jetted bathtubs, sinks, baths and  shower panels, CSA approved.  Free eslimales. Tom Sealy 883-  2978. TFN  WILLOW GARDEN SERVICE  7 yrs. exp. quality work, reasonable, reliable, exc. refs. Lawns,  pruning hedges, gardens, cleanup.  Rob Wilson 885-3232.      ��15w  Reliable, honest, qualified carpenter, new or renovations, decks.  683-2516 or 291-2501.      ��15w  37. Child Care  Young Grandma has room for one  more in my home. Babies welcome, excellent references. 886-  7490. ��15cn  Kiddie Cat Daycare Grand Opening Monday, April 5. Spaces still  available. Child care for children 2  1/2 lo school age. Pre-registration  and inlormation 885-7759.  ��13w  Experienced childcare giver, my  home or yours, TLC, first aid, rels.  686-4527. HScn  Daycare, my home, babies wel-  comeneasonble rates* Langdale  area* rr-ferences avail* 886-7490.  ���14w  RAINBOW PRESCHOOL  now openings for childien ages 3  4 4. Phone 886*98 Jonnita lii 5  pm, to register. TFN  Molly Mouse Daycare. Spaces  avail. 18 months to school age.  Fun-filled, caring environment with  early childhood trained stall. 886-  3913. ��14w  Local landscape business wilh all  necessary axtiprnenl.. 886-4859.  fiorkuljirr  tgnrbentr  futtylnwnd  Fnendty, mwom SetvKe  Fred Horlh 886-3526  PRESSURE WASHING  Spring cleanup - mobiles, houses,  concrete, parking, storefronts,  awnings, elc. Suncoast Property  Maintenance. 8850737.    ��15w  Lawn cutting, tree pruning, turf  installations Free estimales, teas,  rates. 885-0966. ��15w  Computer help w/basics ol windows, Word, Excl. Top Producer.  Data entry and more. Jay 866-  8227.    ��15w  MAID TO ORDER  Book now lor all your house cleaning NEEDS Bev 885-0906 or page  1-977-7205. ��15W  Due to cold weather  ccxTditions,  TldaNiM Marina is  offering special i-ndng on  exhaust rnanilolds &  risers. 10% off labour if  we install!  Please call for details.  TOEUNEST  H��>>*wlt*s-aVt,Saelsaa-l8S4141  ben motivated ousiness person  seeks management co-ordinating  positron with local company. Flexible lime. Reply Box V, Coast  News, Box 68, Sechell, BC VON  3A0. ��14w  MINI  STORAGE  885-0333  APPLICATION  FOR  CROWN LAND  P.Mtaaa, aa��aa.��.  Take notice trial Charles Paine ol  Garden Bay B.C. has W wr��i �����  Minisliy of Envirormenl, lands and  Parks an Awtolkxi lor a Uoance ot  Ot-a-upalta-n Itx private riicnrr-gs en  Crawn Land oa*a*ct*ed aa loaVam:  COTirenorigalltie South Coiner ol lot  20D.L.1397QPI N.W.D. plan 13697  thence 21M. SW. thssnee 20M N.W.  thence 26.2M NE thence SE along fag  ihO<l)tWl0t>4poWC<C<)IT��l1��llaX��T>8l)t  CO!tll1*ra*ISsXXra**liaagtai8applCasl0n  may be made lo Meiiard Wattx* at  ���401 -4603 Wngeway Burnaby B.C. VSH  ,M4FILE NO. 2405802  MINI STORAGE  LOCKERS  SECHELT'GIBSONS  U LOCK INC.  Gibsons: 886-8460  Sechelt: 885*6422  *7aw <ta*ata*a* as/ ssajaW,  0�� Set* .WtMtftmeier  NOTICE TO CREDITORS  AND OTHERS  RE: THE ESTATE OF  GEORGE ALBERT ELANDER,  DECEASED  NOTICE is hereby given that Creditors and others having claims  against the Estate ol GEORGE  ALBERT ELANDER, deceased,  who died on the 12th day of  August, 1992, are hereby notified  under Section 38 of the Trustee  Act that particulars ol their claims  should be sent to the Executor c/o  J. Wayne Rowe, Barrister and  Solicitor, Post Olfice Box 1880,  Gibsons, British Columbia, VON  IVO on or belore May 31,1993,  after which date lhe Executor will  distribute the said Estate among  the parlies entitled to It, having  regard to the claims ol which the  Executor then has notice:  FRANCES JEAN MAINIL,  EXECUTOR ��16cn  Jordan Hall of Gibsons recently won  sliver and bronze medals at a swim  meet on Ihe Lower Mainland. He has  also qualified for three provincial  finals in freestyle and fly  categories..Due to the lengthy closure  of the Gibsons pool, Jordan practices  at the Vancouver Acquatic Centre  with the Canadian Dolphin Swim Club  several times each week.  Joel Johnstone photo  bridge comer  by Rudy Notzl  Sunshine Coast Bridge Club winners:  March 15 Barrie Hardie with Shirley Huggins in Gibsons; Marilynn Lyons with John Paterson in Sechelt  March 17 Jean Coyle with Fay McCarthy  March 18 Doris Housley with Pat Ashby  Defensive Play  Defenders should go through a similar planning process as the declarer, only their objective is to defeat the  contract. You estimate by seeing your own cards how  close you are lo the objective. The picture becomes a little clearer when the dummy hand appears. We focus on  possible winners against bolh suit and no-trump contracts,  giving us the information as to how many more tricks we  need to establish lo defeat the contract.  Always take the time to make a plan, even before mak  ing the opening lead, thus preventing blindly following  some advice you might have learned in the pasl. Usually  you will need partner's help to establish winners and  information will become apparent as the hand is played as  to possible sources of extra tricks. You may have lo alter  your initial plan as the hand unfolds.  Should you have nothing else to fall back on, there are  a couple of guidelines that may improve the chance of  success:  "Third hand plays high" (Bul only as high as necessary)  "Second hand plays low" - but if covering an honor  promotes a winner for your side - then "cover an honor  with an honor."  Coming up: April 12-18 Victoria Regional Tournament. For partnerships and car pools phone 885-5552.  Notice Board  Ongoing events mini be updated monthly  Wc reserve the right lo edit submissions Tor brevity  All submissions should refer In itnn-prnlli events of genuine community Interest  Items will be listed three weeks prior lo the event.  ei^sSSSS  ,c sjJfONtSUft'  in,mott  *S$%��r*  The Sunshine  Coasl News  TUESDAY, MARCH 30  Making Creative Belgian Chocolates wilh Barb  Whitby begins, Rockwood Centre. Info: 885-2522.  WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31  Canada Day Celebration Planning meeting  sponsored by Gibsons Lions Club, Kinsmen Hall,  Gibsons, 7:30 pm. Interested members ol public  Invited.  THURSDAY, APRIL 1  Save the Children Fund of BC, Sunshine Coasl  Branch, will be holding its Spring Crafts Sale at  Trail Bay Mall, 9:30 am to closing.  Sunshine Coast Twin Club meeting, 10 am-  noon, Rockwood Centre, Sechelt. Info: 885-7679.  FRIDAY, APRIL 2 to SUNDAY, APRIL 4  Sunshine Coast Quillers Guild Annual Quilt  Show, Rockwood Lodge, Sechell. Friday *.  SAturday: 10 am-5 pm. Sunday: 10 am-4 pm.  Featuring: quills, demos, guild boutique, tea  room, merchants' mall.  FRIDAY, APRIL 2  Save the Children Fund of BC, Sunshine Coasl  Branch, will be holding its Spring Crafts Sale at  Trail Bay Mall, 9:30 am lo closing.  SATURDAY, APRIL 3  Hunter Gallery will hold a reception at 2 pm to  open Hazel Coxall's new show. All Things Bright  end Beautilul. Proceeds to cancer research.  Swap Meat, Pender Harbour Communily Hall, 10  am. For tables: Hans, 883-2573.  Sunshine Coast Equestrian Club cattle penning  al Oceanview Stables, Gibsons, begins 11 am.  Some Instruction and practice. $30/person. Info:  Pat, 886-2753.  SUNDAY, APRIL 4  15th Annual April Foola 21 km Run Irom  Gibsons Park Plaza lo SEchell. Prizes, trophies  and refreshments for participants. Relay category  for learns of three. Register at Frontrunners or  Trail Bay Sporta. Inlormation and registration:  Shannon, 886-4830.  Sunshine Coast Equestrian Club Barrel Racing  A Games Day, Gibsons ring. All entries musl be  phoned to secretary Sherry Nelson, 885-5629  belore 6 pm, AprU 3. Some cash prizes. For list ol  events, call Ted, 866-2205.  Motorcycle Enthusiasts are invited lo join In Ihe  formation of non-profit Sunshine Coast  motorcycle association. Meeting al 1 pm. Info:  Michelle, 685-6370: Colleen, 865-4163: Sue, 885-  5917.  Shaughneaay Hospital Closure: A delegation ol  coasl residents opposing Ihe closure of  Shaughnessy Hospital will travel to a protest al  Vancouver's Queen Elizabeth Theatre. The group  hopes to have 80 people attending and needs to  know estimated attendance figures to arrange  transportation. Interested people can call Peter  Darcy, 886-8836.  MONDAY, APRIL 5  Sunshine Coaat Piece Group meets, 7:30 pm,  Roberts Creek Elementary School Library.  Refreshments, everyone welcome  Sunahlne Coast Home Based Business  Association monthly meeiing, 7-9 pm,  basement, Rockwood Lodge. Important  discussion: Gibsons a District Trade Show  Exhibit. Info: Richard Currle, 685-6215.  S.C. Spinners and Weavers monthly meeting,  7:30 pm, Kirkland Centre, Davis Bay. Info: 885-  3666.  THURSDAY, APRIL 8  St. Mary'a Hospital Auxiliary, Sechelt branch  regular monthly meeting has been CANCELLED.  FRI., SAT., SUN., APRIL 8,10111  Sunshine Coast Wildlife Rehabilitation Centra  volunteer Interviews and orientation. Info: 885-  5997.  MONDAY, APRIL It  Canadian Cancer Society, Sunshine Coast  Branch regular monthly meeting, Regional Board  Olfice, Royal Terrace, Sechell. Public welcome.  Into: 865-9451.  MISCELLANEOUS  Gibaona Outreach Teen Centre Is open Thurs.  & Fri. 3:30 -10 pm, Sat. 10 am -11 pm, Sun. 1 ���  8 pm. 13  Glbaons snd District Public Library Is open  Tuesdays and Wednesdays 9:30-2:30;f hursdays  2:30-7:30; and Salurdays 9:30-2:30. For more  Information, call 886-2130 13  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum, 716 Winn Rd.,  across Irom Post Ollice, Gibsons. Displays are  constantly changing. Wheelchair accessible.For  hours of opening or to book a lour: 888-8232. 13  "Living with Cancer" Support Group -nestings  in Gibsons and Sechell. For Inio re: times and  places, call Pearl al 886-8369. All welcomel    13  Parent Tot Drop In at the following locations  trom 9:30 - 11:30am: Gibsons United Church  Hall, Mon., Tues., Wed.. Fri.: Sechelt SI. Hilda's  Hall, Tues.; Wilson Creek Community Hall,  Thurs. For Info call 885-5881. 13  Help ua to help our wildlife. Membership drive  for S.C. Wildlife Rehab Cenlre. $10 per year,  Feb. lo Feb. Box 8, Trout Lake Rd., Hallmoon  Bay, BC VON IY0. 885-5997. 13  Pender Harbour Aquatic * Fitness Centre:  Fitness classes, Monday-Friday: Slap, Aquaflt,  Hi/Lo Aerobics, Stretch t, Strength a Fal Burner.  Daytime and evening classes available. Phone  883-2612 for schedules.  A.A. Meetings every Monday & Wednesday, 8 pm,  Pender Harbour Health Centre, Madeira Park.   13  A.A. Woman's Only meetings, Sechell:  Mondays 8:15 pm and Thursdays noon at the  Action Building, Dolphin St. Call 885-5680.      13  March Eventa at Rockwood Centre: Drawing &  Watercolour with Don Jarvis; Shakespeare - The  Tragedies with Peter Millard. Info: 885-2522.  Sexually Tranamllted Dlaease Clinic: Phone for  appointment in Gibsons 886-8131, Sechell 885-  5164. 13  Single & Prsgnant? Phone the Heallh Unit -  886-8131. 13  Hoapltal Tour: Phone St. Mary's Hospital  switchboard to arrange, 885-2224. 13  School Entry Booster Clinics: A booster dose  of diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis Is Important  for children entering school. Gibsons 866-8131;  Sechelt 885-5164. 13  MONDAYS  Tuberculin Skin Testing A Travellers Clinic will  be held In Gibsons March 29 al the Gibsons  Health Unit. No charge. Info: 8864131.  Tuberculin Clinic will be held In Sechelt March  29 at the Sechell Health Unit. No charge. Info:  885-5164.  Tai Chi with Marilyn Corder, Rockwood Centre,  noon-1 pm. Drop-ins welcome. 885-2522.       17  TUESDAYS  Child Health Clinic will be held In Gibsons  March 30. No charge. Info: 886-8131.  Lata Seriea Pre-Nstal Class March 30 S April 6  at the Sechelt Health Centre. To register phone  686-8131.  Parent �� Baby Drop-In, 1:15-3:30 pm, 494 S.  Fletcher, Gibsons. 13  Yoga with Carol Brophy, Rockwood Centre,  beginners 6-7:30 pm, advanced 7:30-9:30 pm.  885-2522. 17  Light Movement Fltneaa Class for over-50s  offered at Pender Harbour Aquatic Centre, 3:30-  4:30 pm. Info: Maggi, 885-5527. 13  WEDNESDAYS  Suncoast Writers' Forge meets on the second  Wednesday ol every month to learn from one  another during critique workshops. All writers are  welcome, from poets to technical, from novice to  professional. Bring 4 pages of your work, photocopied. Please join us al Rockwood Centre, 7:30  pm. For more Inio: Jan DeGrass, 886-4692.    13  Child Health Clinic will be held In Sechell March  31. No charge. Info: 885-5164.  Parent A Baby Drop-In, 1:00-3:30 pm, 5571  Inlet, Sechelt. 13  Yoga with Sara Gerrlng, Rockwood Centre,  beginners 8-7:30 pm, advanced 7:30-9:30 pm.  885-2522. 17  Tai Chi with Merrily Corder, Rockwood Cenlre,  noon-1 pm. Drop-ins welcome. 885-2522.       17  Navy League Cadets for boys and girls 10-13  years old. Develops self-respect and discipline  while having fun learning new skills. Meets al  6:30 pm, Glbaons Legion Hall, Sepl.-May.  Continuous registration, unllorms provided. Call  Mike at 886-8236. 17  Sunshine Toastmasters meetings at 7:30 pm al  Chatelech Secondary, Room 115. Learn leadership, communication and public apeaking skills.  Everyone welcome. TFN  THURSDAYS  Sunshine Summers support lor weight loss.  Davis Bay, 6:30 pm. Phone Joan, 885-2096    13  Gibsons Garden Club meetings are held the 3rd  Thursday ot every month at 7:30 pm at St.  Bartholomew's Church Hall (corner North Rd. A  Hwy. 101). New members welcome. 13  Sunshine Coast Hospice volunteer training  program April 3. Phone Sunshine Coasl Home  Support Society, 885-5144.  3C'a Weight Loss Support Group meets afternoons 12:30-2:30pm, call 886-2692, and  evenings 6:30-8:00pm, call 886-7159, at the  United Chuich, Glassford Rd., Gibsons.      TFN  Lettuce Lose Brsnch 1116 of Western Weight  Controllers Is a support group lor weight loss.  Meet In central Sechelt weekly at 9:30 am. Info:  885-2658. 14  FRIDAYS  Over Eaters Anonymous meet, 6:30-8:30 pm,  Wilson Creek Community Centre. Info: 885-1928  or 885-4025 (eves). 17 coast News, March 29,  199 J  V  A\  ><���>.  �������.   -,��>*�����������..  if:'     -J  K  *"*������ ���      .ii  .���*  ,*���  ..*������  *\��.*d  f  _\     ���*-  -���' �� !  ��     ���*���  .-*<**-**  '.��.  ,������  MAMMO  CASH & CARRY SALE  PRE-HISTORICPRI  mROUOHOur mi store  '.>>���  ARMSTRONG  CANDIDE  IN-STOCK  10931A95  ��� atMSQ.yD.      ���^���SQ.VO.  (irresular)      (resular)  CARPET  ROLL ENDS  OVER 100 ROLLS ]N-STOCK  STARTING  Regular Price up to  $45 sq. yd.  COLMAR *4 0Q  NIVER POLISH ^TJd;  5 YEAR WARRANTY ****  REG. $16.95sq.yd.  M  1095  ��� ���Ai $ayo.  IN-STOCK  LINO  OVER 100 ROMS  FROMatast**  SMALL PRICES AND BIO GUARANTEES  W  BEYOND  EXPECATIONS  100% ANSO* CRUSH RESISTANT���  CONTINUOUS FILAMENT NYLON WITH  SCOTHGUARD��� STAIN RELEASE  Regular Price $21.95 sq. yd.  sAie 1595  **���" (In-stock) ��� *-W SQ YD.  \UaJv4,  ABSOLUTE  Regular Wee $19.95 sq.yd.  )WbACQApet  nr^r'rir^n ns*  FOR DOUBLE LIFE  leatutinaj_^_g_%   . gm        ,  LjOcRsIIn Color... Locks Out Stain  ���Mad,  DOUBLE  LIFE  Regular Price $99.95 sq. yd.  s**ocw  10*  Member o(  SQ.YD.  10 YE/Ut GUARANTEE  Wdnd,  FUZZ FIGHTERS  ���tl  m  \-v.y.  ..-- - -. ���"ae-r "*���  ,r   V   -.-V-    .     ,     ..   .    .     .     .  id

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
http://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.xcoastnews.1-0175938/manifest

Comment

Related Items