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Array COAST^NEWS  LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, B.C. V8V 1X4  50 cents per copy on newsstands  ESTABLISHED    1945  March 23,1992  Volume 46    issue 12  Hill's marine expansion plan debated  by Charles Hart  ll was an evening of history,  personal testimony and conflicting visions of Gibsons as about  ISO people lumed out to a public meeting Wednesday to  debate an application lo rune  Hill's Machine Shop.  Proponent David Coles, who  has agreed lo purchase the  Marine Drive boal repair business from existing owner Carl  Horner subject to the sile being  rezoned from Comprehensive  Development to Marine 1, said  all other government approvals  are in place for his plan to build  a second marine ways at the site.  Those include Coast Guard,  fisheries department, a completed $20,000 environmental study  and approval for an expanded  foreshore lease thai would  revert. Coles said, to boundaries  existing prior to 1976: 100 feet  of waterfront and 250 feet from  shore.  Tin* plan comes at a critical  time for a town currently drawing up a long-term community  Large crowd attends public  information meeting  plan in which waterfront development plays the pivotal role.  The last two OCP's and the draft  version of a new one unveiled in  January, envision residential  development on the foreshore.  Planner Rob Buchan told the  meeting that that philosophy  was endorsed by a committee of  council as recently as a few  niiiiilhs ago.  But Scotl Avefy nnd others  supporting Cole'l plan, argued  the business has existed at the  sue lor .t(l years "The inlention  was lo keep Hill's there lo  attract bonis and now they're  there ii doesn't make sense not  to upgrade il." Avery said.  Opposition from neighbor  ing residents has focused on  potential Increased noise, pollution and seawall obstruction,  issues debated during the meeiing amid charges from both  sides of misrepresentation and  misinformation  An Information package supplied by council containing peti-  lions and correspondence from  both sides reflected the divergent views  Neighbors of an adjacent  Condominium lured Ken Barron,  an acoustics engineer, to esti  mate noise levels that would  result from the marine tepair  work and he detailed his findings for council. Barron said the  nearesl residences, little over 50  feel away, would be subjected lo  disruptive noise from a variety  of electric tools. "In order for  people to enjoy themselves outdoors, the) would have lo live at  least 200 to 300 feel away,"  Barron said, "and for undis-  lurbed sleep, the) would have to  live up to i.6(xi feet away."  lum tu page 22  Community  rallies to help  suffering child  by Stuart Burniide  Coast residents have rallied around a nine-year-old Sechelt girl  flown to Children's Hospital in Toronto last week to undergo a liver  transplant.  Around month ago Danielle Hazelton was diagnosed with Wilson's Disease, an ex-tremely rare condition causing liver failure.           A spokesman for the girl's family. Brian  Kristoff, said Danielle had been sent lo Chil-  drens' Hospital in Vancouver and was placed on  a lisl for children waiting for new livers.  Last week a new liver became mailable that  matched Danielle's requirements and she was  flown with her family to Toronto where a trans-   plant was performed on Tuesday.  "The last we heard," Kristoff said Thursday,  "Danielle was still in critical condition and (the doctors) were waiting  lo see how her body would read to the new liver."  *****  ���*** �����-.-���  Kristoff said the human body often won't immediately accept  transplanted organs, but it is possible lo fight the rejection with medication.  "It's a wait-and-see situation right now," Kristoff said.  A fund for Danielle has been sel up through the Sunshine Coasl  Credit Union and anyone wishing to make donations can contact  Kristoff at 885-0903.  'It's a wait  and see  situation  right now'  Local IWA changes  stance on contract  by Ana Seyd  In a change of position last  week, the executive of the Sunshine Coast's IWA Local 1-71  has recommended its membership reconsider previous opposition to a proposed three-year  contract and vote instead to  accept the deal.  "The board met on Saturday  and it was a tough decision,"  said local union president Murray Cantelon. "Basically we  don't like the contract any  more than we did before. Bul  sometimes you just realize  there's no leverage left, and  there's no point going back to  the table if you can't come up  with a better deal."  The proposed contract offers  improved pension money, with  no pay increases in the first two  years and a five per cent  increase in the third.  Recently, about 14,000  IWA members of coastal  British Columbia voted lo  reject the offer from the companies by alxml 51 per cent. On  the Sechelt Peninsula, which  forms part of the larger local 1-  71, the rejection rale was a  much higher: 95 per cent from  the roughly 400 members voted  against the deal.  Two of the main concerns  local loggers had wilh the new  contract included a decision  which may cut back on total  payments to workers who  appeal rejected Workers Compensation claims, and a change  to alternate shift agreements  which means loggers must  work Ihe new shift decided by  (he company for four months  before voting to accept or reject  il.  But now, says Cantelon,  "there's some things that have  entered into the equation that  Murray Cantelon  weren't there before.''  Chief among these is a U.S.  countervail duty of 14.48 per  cent on Canadian softwood  lumber exports announced by  the U.S. Commerce Department two weeks ago.  In addition, both B.C. northern and southern IWA locals  have voted to accept the contract, which melius if the  coastal locals rejected the contract again, they would he  faced with a selective strike.  "What we're saying now is  that in spite of it being a bad  contract, we don't think there's  much hope of getting any belter," said Cantelon, "and  there's a risk if we do go back  to Ihe table of losing things  we've already got."  The decision to accept or  reject the contract offer will  now go to a vote of the membership again, which must be in  by April 10.  "Talking the average guy,  nobody wants to go out on  strike," said Cantelon.  He added, however, that he  was disappointed the national  IWA officers had already  announced ruling out a strike  possibility last week, before  consultation with members.  Moratorium stalls Gospel  Rock subdivision proposal  Gibsons council has backtracked from an earlier  decision to proceed to first reading with a rezoning  application for Block 6 of Gospel Rock.  Aid. Ed Sleeves, who was absent when the  planning committee decided to refer the application lo council, said the original dale of the application, July 16 1991, came after the municipality  announced a moratorium on new development permits pending waler and sewer service expansion.  "There's no way I could support that as it contravenes our present policy," said Steeves when the  Greensquare Properties bylaw came up for discussion Tuesday. "I believe we have io treat all applicants equally."  Council, with the exception of Aid. John  McNevin, agreed to table the bylaw. McNevin  later turned down an invitation to elaborate on his  reasons.  The delay may be short term, however. The  municipality has just given three readings to a loan  authorization bylaw for.$600,000 in sewer upgrading. Mayor Eric Small said the sewer plant  improvements and small increase in capacity  would allow the town to lift the permit ban.  Small also said he is hopeful an acceptable recommendation will be coming forward by month's  end from Ihe joint town-SCRD committee which  has been studying water system integration.  inside  business  page 21  community  page 7  tutorials  page 4  leisure  page 13  musings  page 4  nutter  page 5  sports  page 14  Friends of Caren lobby ministers in  Victoria to halt old-growth logging  byJantSeyd  Rather than wait for yet another local committee meeting lo hash  out concerns about old growth in the Caren Range, one Coasial environmental group has taken its request for forest preservation directly  to the top.  Recently a group from the Friends of Caren met with provincial  forest minister Dan Miller and environment minister John Cashore in  Victoria to present Iheir request for an immediate halt to logging and  the creation of a park in the Caren Range.  The group told the ministers they would like to see three square  miles of ancient forest in the upper Caren Range form a "centrepiece"  for a provincial park of about 30 square miles (or 8,000 hectares)  total. Last September, a stump from a yellow cedar dated at 1.700  years old by a tree-ring specialist was discovered in the Caren.  Currently both Terminal Forest Products and Interior have made  preparations for logging in parts of the Caren. "Terminal is scheduled  to begin in the late spring," said Paul Jones, chairman of Friends of  the Caren. "We're hoping the ministers will make a decision before  that."  Jones said the delegation presented a number of arguments in  favour of a park during the half-hour meeting. Among these were  both research and recreational values of the old growth forest, preservation of wildlife habitats, and protection of the watershed, especially  with regard to salmon habitat. The group also pointed out what they  said was the low commercial value of timber in the proposed park  area and a recognition by the Forest Service thai Ihe Coast is overcut  as further arguments to halt the logging plans.  While no decision has yet been made, Jones said the group came  away from the meeting with "reason lo believe it might be positive.  Paul and Mavis Jones hold a radial section of 1,700-year-old  Caren Range cedar on display at the Shadow Beaux gallery in  Sechelt. 'anc Seyd photo  wMasamm  Ma  aaaaaajmrnm  ���*-���������*-*-��� CoastNcwi Maich23. 1992  II     ;  ���  I  news  Odorgon Odor  Eliminator  Odorgon��� 230ml/8oz, Pump Bottle  ODOREUM1NATOR destroys  malodours. Non*toxlc, non-  stnlning, biodegradable,  environmentally safe and non*  Irritating, Use anywhere  malodours occur Bathrooms,  kitchens, nurseries, basement,  closets, cars \ R Vs  t >ur regular  low price: $5 45  1 Week  afaWm**-,  Special: $   ,127  3  tfeiltefag  WAREHOUSE  5538 Inlet Ave  Sechelt,  885-1967  Fax: 885-7956  Wilson pushes for new economic  strategy in throne speech critique  by JanaSayd  Political pundits may not have li.nl iheir socks  knocked off by either the throne speech or Ihe  ies|xinse from the Official Opposition.  Uul MLA (iordon Wilson's firsl apiiearance in  llie legislalure last week as in his role of Leader of  Opposition was nonetheless a lirM for the Sunshine Coast.  "Tlte first day in the legislalure is a little like  the first day of school, 1 guess." Wilson told  reporters Tuesday.  In his response lo the throne speech. Wilson  emphasized the need for a provincial economic  Ittateg) which would provide secondary industry  ���nd lake llie pressure off resource extraction like  logging and milling as the sole economic base for  main communities  llus is necessar> if conflict ill ihe forest industry is to be avoided, Slid Wilson "In my own riding of Powell River  and Ihe Sunshine COU there has been growing conflict over protection ol watersheds and old-growih forest as seen in the drive to pro-  led the Tetrahedron ami ihe Caren Range respectively."  While ihe Opposition supports Ihe government's decision to create a laud use commission in the province, said Wilson, such a land  management plan musl involve more that "an inventory of trees"  MLA Cordon Wilson  and "potential numbers of logs."  On other issues. Wilson said the Liberals supported a more decentralized community-based  approach to health care. But he added more preventative services should be covered by medical  premiums.  Wilson also said the government should give  more financial supporl to volunleer groups who  perform important work in the community. "As  someone who has served on the board of directors  of the Sunshine Coasl Communily Services Association. 1 understand only too well how the good  women and men of Sechell. Gibsons and Pender  Harbour, and in llie community of Powell River,  work hard lo provide services to their neighbours."  Bul the governmenl didn't gel off that easily.  Wilson also criticized the NDP lot the "millions of dollars of taxpayers money" thai was spent under special  warrant for five months before the government called the legislature  lo session.  He also questioned how much the government could be Irusted.  especially in regard lo its election promise that there would be no  new taxes.  "If the governmenl comes down wilh a heavy Ian increase.'  son told reporters, "we could be in for a pretty rocky ride."  ' Wil-  A night to  remember in  Pender Harbour  It wasn't quite ii lull moon,  bin for some Pender Harbour  residents, March 14 was apparently a tiiglu 10 remember.  while Sechell merchants still  fumed over recenl break and  enters, Pender residents and  businesses also received a rude  reminder thai evening lhat such  problems are certainly not confined to the downtown of  municipalities  During the night of March  14 or early morning of March  15. Tom Toolery in Pender Harbour was broken into and a  Take a Peek.  $8250T  Short Box Pick-up  The Mazda B2.200 is worth a closer look!  M(t2cla trucks ate lops in import  pick-ops sold And we back up  eveiv pick-up with Ihe Mazda  leadership weirnnty Now. we'te  leaping ahead with a veiy  special otfei  * FRT & PDI 395 en  Metallic Paint Extra  Take Your Pick  MSRF  *9750  ess $1500  B22O0 3 ��"�����!  dova? staort be.  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On the same night, two  homes were also broken into on  Gortons Road in Madeira Park  About SI50 in cash was stolen  from each of llie houses  Meanwhile, out on the high  way at Wood Bay. Bradley  Waniock was involved in an  accident when his vehicle left  the road, resulting in S.'.otit)  worth of damage. Warnock  escaped uninjured, bui not without a speeding ticket from the  police.  To round OUI the evening's  mishaps, a complaint aboul  excessive noise and vulgar language was received Irom neighbours alter a group of young  people gathered for an apparently over-exuberant birthday celebration at a residence in  Madeira Park Police aie contemplating charges under Ihe  regional district's noise Inlaw  Spring is Here!  and so is spring planting,    ft&jf  Large selection of        csS&Ps  isles, Petunias & SriaDs  only 99* pt'r C()l'lai,u'r   l**"  Now under now ownership - come  meet Sandy & Uirrv Paradon  MILORE NURSERY  781 2 FAWN RD., HALFMOON BAY  OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK  9:00 - 5:00 PM  885-2760  The Dog House  Grooming of all breeds.  Flea and medicated  baths.  Mon.-Fri,  8:30 -3:30pm  Phone fur Appointment  885-7660   "Open Qj>> Ma) \ an  "GOOD DEAL MEALS"  are back  Monday to Thursday  March 23 ��� 26,1992  This Wick's Feature  $8.99-  LOoz. New York  Ribs & Lasagna  14" Pizza (large)  Choose from an) "tie  MhikI.iv in Thursdai 11  il the above (mini Meal Deals" Irom  ��� 9 pin dine-in only, served a l.i cine)  Overlooking  Gibsons Harbour  OM-EOA  RESTAURANT  J �� I    ��. i�� ��  \ R    PI        h    '  Reservations  88(v2J()S  A" Better Bobcat Service  ���EXCAVATING  /.a      Selective  \ & Low Impact  Clearing a Specialty  ���DEMOLITION  ���SITE PREPARATION  ���ROCK WALLS  Sand,  Gravel,  & Topsoil  Single or  Tandem Axle Dumptrucks  Available  CALL  24 HOURS  886-8538  i)  BOX 1221  GIBSONS, BC Coast News, March 23, 1992  news  Protesters call for CFC recycling  ���y Keith Thirtmi  Environmental activists from  the Sunshine Coast were among  the prolesters demanding stiffer  and faster legislation from all  levels of government to eliminate ozone-damaging chemicals  at a rail) held lasl week in Vancouver  While federal and provincial  ministers met inside the Pan  Pacific Hotel as part of the  Globe '92 conference to discuss  deadlines lor the banning of  chloroHuorocarhons (CFCsl and  halcuis. prolesters insisted that  nothing significant was being  done aboul ozone depletion and  called for an immediate end to  CFC production.  They also asked the governmenl in sel up a national recovery program for CFCs currently  in circulation.  And local participants in the  rally said a similar program  should also be immediately  implemented by the regional  district on the Sunshine Coast.  Carl Chaplin, a renowned  artist in environmental circles  who has a studio in Gibsons,  attended the demonstration as  part of the "Human Emergency  Artists Response Team" or  Former MP Sinclair Stevens and Sunshine Coast artist  Carl Chaplin have an exchange ideas outside the Globe  ���92 conference on the environment. Keith Thirkell photo  HEART for short.  "The sky is literally falling  and most of the people al this  convention are merely trying to  figure out how they can contin  ue to pollute, adhere lo environmental regulations and still  make a profit," said Chaplin.  Protesters unfurled a huge  banner across the hotel which  emphasized the point: "Ozone  depletion has a name. Dupont."  At one point in the rally,  Chaplin had an exchange with  former Conservative MP Sinclair Stevens, a delegale lo the  conference who came out to  discuss protesters' concerns.  While Stevens questioned  the legitimacy of llie demonstration. Chaplin told him. "Environmenlal groups who resort lo  direct action are the ones who  keep Ihe pressure on ihe legislators, who in lum create new  regulations which businesses  and scientists then come to  places like this lo discuss."  Aboul 150 protesters attended the rally, including recent  Elphinstone artist and graduate  Conrad lurashka, also a  HEART member.  Meanwhile, federal politicians at the conference  announced earlier deadlines to  phase out production of the  damaging chemicals. Production of both CFCs and halons  will by banned by the end of  1994. The provincial government also plans to Implement  regulations for recycling of  CFCs by this June.  THE LANDING GENERAL STORE  Stuck For A Present?  Let us design a gift basket for yon.  Coffees ��� Gourmet Tients ��� Soaps  n  Scents  272 (lower Ft. Rd. Gibsons ��� 886-2818  ��'" if^��**v^'*&JBB*l  Sou  St'MI.W  BUFFET BRUNCH  Adults S8 95 ��� Children $5 95  Seniors $8.00  Ham-2:30pm  army's 4  Hll.ltW-W  KM    I.IHS'iNn       \-J  ,>*,   mt-   lOPOf   111  Sechelt wrangles over project priorities  by Stuart Bumiide  Sechelt council is unhappy with the  regional district's choices for road improvement projects so it is sending Ihe Department  of Highways (DOH) a list of priorities. They  are, however, split on what (hose priorities  should be.  The SCRD recently had a task force prepare a list of road maintenance and improvement projects for the region lo be submitted  to the Department of Highways for budget  consideration in the coming year.  Aid. Joyce Kolibas said the District of  Sechelt was invited lo attend the task force  meetings only when the final draft of the list  was being prepared. Consequently, she said,  Sechelt's priorities were placed on the list as  "asides.  "We didn't have any time to discuss this,"  Kolibas lamented at lasl Wednesday's  council meeiing.  To give more weight to Sechelt's concerns, the municipality's public works  departmenl came up with a list of it's own  four priorities to send to the DOH.  Built-in safety considerations'  The Sechell list included the completion  of the Teredo bypass as the first priority, followed by improvements to Wharf Road from  Easl Porpoise Bay Road to the governmenl  dock, East Porpoise Bay to Burnett Road,  and widening the shoulder of Highway 101  lo Davis Bay to make it safe for pedestrians.  When council voted on the list, however,  Mayor Nancy MacLarty said she would  rather see widening the highway given more  prominence. MacLarty said the district  should break the priorities into separate cate  gories with safety given a separate importance from basic highway improvement projects. "Three of these priorities are highway  improvement projects," MacLarty argued,  "the other one is purely a safety issue."  Administrator Art Lew noted that Highways had "built-in safety considerations" for  any planned project and that it would be hard  for Sechelt to "quantify" the safely needs of  any one location.  "In each case we have lo address problems of safety,." Lew said.  He added that, to confuse the priority list  by making separale categories would be  "detrimental. It's going to make our list less  meaningful lo the DOH." .  When the voting was over, however,  MacLarty got her way. She cast the deciding  vote to move the widening of Highway 101  from fourth to second on the priority list.  Double 'S' Cedar Homes^  Prefabricated post & beam homes  standard or custom designed  send $4 for our catalogue  Double S' Prefab Homes (1979) Ltd.  14771-64 Ave. Surrey, B.C., V3S 1X6  604 594-1777  Residential - Vacation - Commercial  mmmm  mm  ii-u j. *���*. .a..  m*t Coast News. March 23, 1992  opinion  ���  i   i  A crisis in  conservatism  Then seems lo l*- unmcrttiug of a crisis in conservatism  in What used lo Ik- regarded as llie three leading countries  of the West  Conservative parties, llieir figureheads and spokesmen  have held power in the United Stales, in Great Britain,  and in Canada for some considerable time now. These  have not been cautious and compromising voices ot conservatism.  On the contrary, the voice of the ideologue has been  heard in these lands. In former Prime Minister Margaret  Thatcher, former President Ronald Reagan, and in Prime  Minister Brian Mulroney conservatism has round a voice  and ait image of Itself which is downright radical and  uncompromising.  The concept of the Iree market system, on the heels of  Ihe collapse of Communism, has been raised lo lite status  of a confirmed deity, Surely, at this time of triumph in the  West, such flagships as Canada, Oreal Britain and the  United Slates could be expected to be nourishing as never  before. Their ruling philosophies are now unchallenged  throughout the world and conservative ideologues have  long held power in these three capitalist societies,  Such, of course, is not the case. A profound pessimism  aboul matters economic has the United States in its grip.  Everywhere the nation is finding itself bested by its economic competitors. After a dozen years of government  Which has been the friend to big business, America seems  a Stagnant and an inefficient society with no clear idea  what ails it or how to rectify the situation,  An increasingly defensive George Bush is seeking a  second term and his greatest embarrassment seems to be  coming from the far right of lite spectrum, a volatile and  vocal minority which seems lo believe lhat if the ultra-  conservative medicine doled oul by Reagan and Bush  isn't working then the answer is lo increase the dosage.  There seems to be little movement yet among Americans  to study the systems that are beating them in the market  place. Ideology, and more ideology is llie order of the day  anil things ate bleaker within the leader of the triumphant  West than anyone has any rigln to expect.  In Great Britain, the legacy of the long years of  Thatclieristii sees a country which bids fair, again, lo  become the sick man of Europe. Unemployment figures  are high, the numbers of untrained jobless increase, and  outside the immediate environs of London, much of the  country is sunk in despair. During the current election  campaign the electorate seems iiiieiithusiastic about any  of its alternatives and has turned to the more interesting  news of ihe split up between Randy Andy and Fergie, the  latest royal malcontents,  Here, in Canada, a decade after Mulroney was elected  crying 'Jobs, jobs, jobs' hundreds of thousands of manufacturing jobs have disappeared as a result of the free  trade deal, a piece of radical economic work from a conservative government if ever there was one. Most analysts  seem to believe that these jobs are gone forever and there  is a real fear that the country, mired in a constitutional  mess which seems never-ending and having lost its way  economically, may not survive the blessings of this conservative administration,  At at time of free market ascendancy, the principal and  Staunches! advocates of right wing wisdom are ailing as  never before. It is enough, surely to give pause to the ideologue in each of us. Few things are more crippling than  pre-concepiions which are too rigid and it appears that the  traditional leaders of the West are suffering now from a  collectively bad case of rigid pre-concept ions which the  world is bending willy-nilly.  DAY HIKE I-NO  SMINGB/lAW/ll  MUNICIPAl MIL...  letters  Avoid toxic  products  We, the Raging Grannies,  have several concerns about the  health ami future of our planet,  ami the people ami other creatures on it.  We are especially concerned  lhal home gardeners may be  using toxic products without  being aware of alternative products which are safe for use  around children, pets and  wildlife. The Sunshine Coasl  Regional District has declared  the Sunshine Coast a pesticide  free zone and the Raging  Grannies support this declaration.  We are asking anyone who  wishes lo work with the Raging  Grannies in raising public  awareness about Ihe domestic  use of pesticides please call  Polly Woodman at 886-2194.  THE RAGING GRANNIES  Police pandering  pounded  What a load of crap! Down  with the lies and hysteria of the  "drug wars." It's sickening to  see this newspaper pander to the  politicians and the police,  repeating the party line when I  know that most of you know a  lot better, some of you from  personal experience. How especially do you dare to link marijuana with "ruined lives?"  Accurate and extensive  information about drugs has  been around for decades, and  there's no excuse for this ongo  ing misinformation campaign  except politics and stupidity. No  one's life has ever been ruined  by Cannabis Hemp, and you  know it.  When are the authorities  going lo stop playing the fools  and admit what most of the  thinking public and practically  all young people know by now:  Pol is a relatively harmless,  helpful, fun, benevolent tool  and recreational herb used by-  thousands of us on the Sunshine  Coast alone, regularly, perhaps  more often than alcohol, wilh  none of the ill effects of that  truly hazardous substance.  Even the so-called "hard"  drugs have been smeared out of  all proportion to their real dangers.  This war on drugs is certainly not based on anything to do  with compassion, intelligence or  the facts of the matter, but  rather on abysmal ignorance,  hidden agendas, wishful thinking, shallow and simplistic solutions to deeper problems, a  mean and vindictive scapegoat-  ing of visible minorities, and a  coverup of the true failing of  parents, schools and governments to relate respectfully,  kindly and honestly with children.  Get real, folks!  Legal prescription drug overdoses kill approximately four to  five times more people than all  illicit drug overdoses. Tobacco  kills, in the US, 340,000 to  395,000 people a year. Alcohol,  not including 50 per cent of all  highway deaths and 65 per cent  of all murders: 125,000 plus per  year (US). Number of deaths  from marijuana: 0 Zero!!!  That's right! Cannabis Hemp  never killed anyone.  As for Ihe yellow journalism  of the "distraught resident who  returns home to find his (sick)  residence broken into and ransacked to obtain merchandise  for sale, ultimately lo support a  drug habit," Give me a break!  I'm sure that sometimes happens, but using the same logic, I  guess you would support banning designer clothes and CD  players as well, for I'm quite  sure that as many folks have  letters welcome  We welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, clarity and legality. Please mail  your letters to:  The Editor  Sunshine Coast News  Box 68  Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0  stolen to support those desires  as any other.  It's clearly a question of  delinquency and not evil monster drag slavery and inflaming  community fears in this way is  irresponsible in the extreme.  Coast News, why don't you  quit slavishly following the  mind-set of the ignorant pillars  of society, and muster the guts  to stale editorially where you  damn well know it's at.  PETER LIGHT  Sechelt  Blow horn on  Merry noise  To all the people who are  disturbed by the new sound of  the fog horn at Merry Island  light station you can write to:  Canadian Coast Guard, 25  Huron Street, Victoria, BC V8V  4V9, attention: A.J. Provan.  I wrote a letter and received  an answer. Mr. Provan said that  people adapt rapidly to the new  frequency and find the noise no  more disturbing than the old  one. He suggested thai if the  noise remained objectionable  the Coast Guard would check lo  see if local conditions are causing the noise to be concentrated  in our vicinity.  1 will be writing a second letter to let Mr. Provan know that  Ihe noise indeed remains very  objectionable.  Please, if you find the new  hom disturbing, write a letter.  LEIGH E. MOM  Plum wine, the media and the national destiny  Jake was taking the weeds out of his garden  boxes when I wandered by for a visit the other  day.  "Well, lookee here." he said, "it's the idle rich  come by io keep a man from his work." He  straightened his back gratefully, nonetheless, and  indeed 1 try to schedule my visits when I suspect  that the old gardener is ready lo take a rest from  his labours.  "Jake, if you don't know that I am neither idle  nor rich then you have been talking lo the wrong  man for some years back."  "Well, let's not duke it out where the neighbours can see us." he chuckled. "Come on in and,  rich or otherwise, I'll treat you to a glass of home  made wine."  "You know," said Jake after he had filled us  each a generous glass of his homemade plum  wine, "I am seriously disappointed in the scribes  and commentators of this nation and I'm afraid I  include you among the disappointing number."  The plum wine was excellent but there was  about it a hint of the skookum which suggested  that one might be enough in the afternoon.  "What grieves you now, Jake," I said with half  my mind on the flavour of the wine.  "I read just the other day that the United States  and Mexico were hot as firecrackers to complete a  musings  john burnside  free trade agreement continent-wide by April.  Why, our two neighbours are so certain they can  pull it off that they have decided they had better  ask Canada, for appearances sake at least, to participate in the negotiations before we find ourselves party to an agreement that nobody asked us  about before they said 'Sign here, please'."  "Jake, 1 agree with you lhat it is an absolute  scandal. We were in Mexico for three months a  couple of years ago ..."  "Now what did I tell you about the idle rich,"  said Jake.  ". . .and it was generally agreed that the President and his buddies there stole the election from  Cardenas. George Bush is losing all credibility in  remarkably short order and especially on matters  of the economy; and then there is Mulroney with  about 15 per cent  support of the electorate and  these three are going to lead us into a bright new  economic tomorrow. 1 agree, Jake, that il is largely  a desperate manoeuver by discredited politicians  who are dimly aware the world is passing them by  and don't know why."  "Then why is so little said about it even in that  small portion of the national media that falls within your influence. I mean, there you were in Monday's edition last prattling on and on about professional ice hockey, for God's sake, with nothing  apparently to say about the sell-out, no, the giveaway of Canada."  "Listen, Jake, there is a couple of things you  ought to understand, or you could make that three  if you like. In the first place. I am heartily sick of  the media getting blamed for the godawful mess  this country has got itself into. I don't think.  frankly, that we've got many world beaters in  Canada practising this imperfect craft but you  could certainly say that about the country's politicians, too.  "Come to that, since the politicians are chosen  by the electorate, you have to conclude that when  it comes to choosing their representatives and  leaders the electorate is hardly world class.  "In the second place, as a practitioner of this  business I found out years ago that you can't  always be yammering away indignantly about the  issues of the world or whatever readership there is  will simply turn you off.  "And, finally, if there is to be any hope of  reversing the disaster that free trade with the  Americans looks to have been then we have to  have opposition parties which will put aside partisan advantage for the good of the country.  "The NDP has to recognize it is going to have  precious little influence in the Maritimes and Quebec; the Liberals have to give up their pretension  of being a national party and leave the West to the  NDP.  "If this doesn't happen they will fight themselves to a standstill and the Tories. Brian et al,  will be in charge of our destiny right up until the  point when we don't have one.  "Get some of these aspects of the national scene  into order and you'll find not too many media people standing in the way of the country's re-emergence from its current role as gutless and compromised American satellite."  The old gopher had goaded me into gulping my  wine. A bad habit I have when heated.  "Well, I'm glad to see you're still breathing."  he chuckled. "Have another glass of wine and I'll  beat you at chess."  I grinned at him. "Fill her up Jake, and I'll  clean the board with you."  COAST^NEWS  iho Suneftt  1 Npw*. 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Beverley Shipley Ruth  Simone Cartysie- Smith  Forrester Lynn Mees  Margaret Watt Jacalyn  Production  Vincent. Joyce Ostry.  RitJi Rawling. bone*  Marguerite Marry Turner  Trudel, Fran Burnside.  John flaner  Beverley Shipley  jo-Anne Sheanh  Your kimmunity's  AWARD-WINNING  newspaper Coast News, March 23, 1992  opinion  World of whiskers: the beard mystique  When I was a lad more or less growing up in a market town in  southern England, my |>eers and 1 had a number of strange customs  which we followed pretty well rigidly. A requirement for these customs was that they lie incomprehensible lo our elders For example, on  March 1st, we all, separately, came downstairs in the morning backwards, spoke nothing to anyone until spoken to, and then answered  with Ihe one word 'rahhit'.  I have no idea of the beginning of this custom and none either of  the one io do with beards. Beards in the lu20s, were few and far  between and when you spotted one on Ihe street, in a shop, on a train  or wherever, you chanted "heaver, beaver". Maybe you didn't actually  chant it, depending on how formidable the beard wearer looked and  how near you were to him, but al least, sollo voce, you mumbled  "beaver, beaver.*  Presumably 1 guess, this had to do with heaver hats, worn by some  and the guards I think, but the point is the attitude to Ihe wearing of  beards Granted in Ihis case, it was the attitude 0 Ihe young, perhaps  the most conservative section of the social spectrum bul it must have  been pretty well widespread  In the previous generation, Edwardian times, beards had abounded.  I have a picture ol my grandfather as a young man wearing a beard.  My lather nn the other hand, and all his friends in every picture, are all  clean shaven. Is this because razors got belter? Or simply that there's a  come and go Iriiiu lime to time in the popularity of wearing lieards?  Here on ihe Sunshine Coasl today whether one wears a heard or noi  seems neither here nor there. People who have never worn a beard  before turn up hirsute  Whiskery chaps, half of whose visages you'd never seen before  turn up clean shaven, and hardly a comment is raised. Situations in  Ivetween that might simply be called unshaven pass without notice, ll  is an easy going society, in this regard at least.  Jix- Austin, an actor lale of Gibsons for example, had a beard lhal  came and went and came again and went again. He played a regular  character on the Beachcombers, a character who wore a beard. An  episode came along with a Utile old Irish lady as a central part. The  director held auditions for Ihis, and a fair plethora of ex-English music  hall ty|H's showed up. This wouldn't do.  The director, before coming here to do this job, had seen Eric  House do Lady Bracknell in the Importance of Being Ernest at Stratford. His eye lighted on Joe. Joe could do it, and off came the beard.  in a nutshell  s. nutter  The firsl day on sel Bruno Gerussi, the star of the show, came up  behind Joe, dressed in his dress and wig, planted a juicy kiss on the  nape of his neck, and handed round a nosegay of flowers. Joe was  pretty well perfect as the little old Irish lady, and he grew back his  heard for his regular part. But the little old Irish lady was too successful. They wrote her into further episodes, and Joe became Ihe only person I knew who was professional al shaving off and growing back his  beard.  There are only so many people who can do this. There are people  who seem to have lo have beards and others on whom beards would he  grotesque ll is hard to imagine a clean shaven George Bernard Shaw  for example, or a bearded H.G. Wells. Tennyson would not be Tennyson without his heard, or Shelley, Shelley with one.  There are people in public life whose image could be improved  with a beard but certainly not all. Jean Chretien with a beard would be  dead in lite water, or Mike Harcourt; but Joe Clarke wilh a beard could  be Lincolnesque. Whether or not this would be a good thing is another  mailer.  Internationally there are whole nations of people who seem unable  lo grow beards. There are no beards, for example, on Polynesians, and  Ihey certainly don't shave wilh conch shells or whatever. On Easter  Island a distinction between the two races was that one had beards and  Ihe other didn't.  In ecclesiastical paintings we get the same kind of thing. God the  father is always depicted with a long flowing beard. Jesus with a slight  one. Peter the aposlle wilh a beard, John without one.  Space forbids an in-depth consideration of these weighty matters,  bul there are certainly some wisps of mystery involved in this question  of beards. What is for sure is that if you grow one you don't have lo  shave.  Susan McLean  Certified General Accountant  is pleased to announce her retirement.  Her practice will be carried on by  Soprovich & Co.  Certified General Accountant  The furn will continue to carry on as a Professional Certified General  Accounting Firm meeting the communities needs in:  Auditing ��� General Tax Preparation ��� Tax & Financial Planning  Financial Statements ��� Corporate Tax Preparation  Computer Consulting ��� Computerized Bookkeeping  Soprovich & Co., located in the Gibsons Quay, will provide  the same high quality service that has been provided by  Susan McLean for the past 11 years.  Susan will cany on with Soprovich & Co. until retirement  CONGRATULATIONS SUSAN!  letters  What happened to  our Olympic spirit?  Somewhere in Norway.,,  "Dad can vim rend me a  bedtime story" asked Hans'.1  " Well okay, bin tonight I have a  horror story for you, try not lo  have nightmares."  "Once upon a lime not loo  long ago in a land far away  called Canada, a potential  Olympic athlete called Jeanine  Ellingham sel forth to prove her  worth. However, she needed  help through financial donations from the local business  and supporting community to  finance the long preliminary  competitions lo become qualified to represent her country."  Hans interrupted at this point  "The community musl have  Jan Michael  Sherman, MA  Marriage, Family,  Relationship Therapist  (604)885-5166  Member BCACC  Short term therapy a  specialty ��� Mobile aeaalona  on request  been excited to have someone  front their own area represent  litem."  "No Hans, sadly they did  not." said his father. "They  only contributed aboul $1,000,  a drop in the buckel compared  io what was needed, yet at his  very same lime another organi-  -ation was collecting contributions for another need. It was  called the Gibsons Bus.  This bus was also a worthy  project yet in only a matter of  weeks they were able to raise  $15,000 in funds. As it ended  up. Jeanine did her best with  what Utile she raised, but suffered financial losses in her  quest to possibly represent her  country."  "Dad, I don't feel well. This  uncaring and selfish faraway  land is only an imaginary place  is it not?"  "No my son, it is not. Now  off to bed, you have cross-country training in the morning."  I have only known Jeanine  Ellingham for a short time but I  am proud to say I helped financially with her expenses, even if  she doesn't make it to the  Olympics. The Gibsons Bus  was obviously a more community related need, however. To  others out there who could not  be bothered, you should be  ashamed of yourselves. It is not  every day lhat we have the  opportunity to sponsor a local  representative to this level of  competition.  You can still help with dona  tions by getting in touch with  the Roberts Creek General  Store.  KEN BIRKIN  Roberts Creek  Pender attitudes  disappointing  I was a silent observer at the  recent Pender Harbour transfer  station vs landfill meeting and  am sorry lo report I witnessed  what has come to be state of the  art community meetings.  There was mistrust, blaming,  judging, criticizing and lots of  position justifying. There  wasn't a whole lot of clear  information shared.  After two hours of listening I  still wasn't clear on what all the  noise was about.  To me the issue is all too  clear. It is not whether we bury  our garbage in Pender Harbour  or Sechelt, know what hours the  dump or transfer station is open.  It is much simpler than that.  We, as a consumer driven  society, produce way too much  damn garbage! Ought we not  spend our time and energy  working on ways to reduce,  reuse and recycle. Wouldn't it  make more sense to work on  ways to encourage government  to legislate packaging laws.  Could we not spend more  energy on creating less garbage  as opposed to fighting over it?  Could we not find creative ways  to reuse or recycle that would  also provide employment for  our local people?  Personally, I am tired of witnessing the same old US vs  Them fights. How about some  creative problem solving? We  might even find out we're on the  same side.  STEPHEN GARRETT  Garden Bay  Quality Farms  Your Year Round Garden Centre  Time To Get Growing  ^      v ,  ��� Roses are In!  ��� Spring Bulbs &  Perennials  ��� Fruit Trees  ��� Ornamentals  ��� Shrubs  ��� Annuals  Soil Testing Clinic  Sat. Mar 28 ��� 10am-3pm       o     ���  Information on  Garden Soil and  Flower Bed Preparation  Quality Farm & Garden Supply Ltd.  Pratt Rd., Gibsons 886-7527  Mon. - Sat. 9-5:30, Sun. 10-4  Local band INCOGNITO is appearing at Elphle's Cabaret this Thursday, Friday &  Saturday, March 26, 27, 28. 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March 28  am - 12 noon al Jack & Jill Pre-School  Harmony Lane, Gibsons, 88fi-2528  he says Reid has several thick  files on his desk on recent  break and enters of downtown  businesses, covering stolen  properly which ranges from  computer monitors and lax  machines to compact discs and  telescopes.  "We tend lo respond to calls  alter the damage has hap  pened "  The detachment needs mote  officers in order to cover longer  hours during Ihe critical lime in  Ihe early morning when many  break ins occur, But dial, Reid  acknowledges, is noi an easy  request to make al a lime when  Ihe District of Sechell is about  lo lake over responsibility lor  Ihe force and will soon he feel  in); the financial pinch ol main  tainlng a municipal police force  for the firsl lime.  And getting more police for  Sechell is only part of the solu  lion, because many offenders  don't really care if they get  caught, says Reid. 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SUN:11-5  Part of the problem, Reid  believes, is that court officials  who come from outside the  community don't always under  stand the extent of frustration  that exists in Sechell "I really  don't think the judge understands our problems," he says.  Reid says in his opinion,  those lound guilty of break-ins  and theft should he facing much  stiller sentencing "If we're less  sympathetic with the offenders,  " he says, "it won't lie as comfortable for them."  Often thieves will case a  business during the day, then  come back later that night lo  break in Liquor, cigarettes and  compact discs are popular tar-  gels because of their ready  resale value, he says, "although  most anything can he readily  sold depending on what the  price is."  Stolen property is sold both  on the Coast and in Vancouver.  "A lol of people will buy il on  the street and not ask any questions." And while the loss to the  owner may be substantial,  thieves seldom get much money  for the stolen properly, says  Reid  Eventually, police solve the  majority of cases, he says, frequently through Crimestoppers  lips from the public. But there's  always a lew cases, "where we  know, and it's common knowledge in the community, but  there's no evidence to support a  charge "  Especially exasperating say  merchants, is that it's not as if  the thieves are stealing lood or  are in desperate need of money.  "Some kids come in with $l(K)  and buy hockey cards," says  Mildred Hawkins of Brightens  Collectables, which has been  repeatedly broken into.  So far, nobody has any  magic solutions.  Sechelt Mayor Nancy  MacLarty agrees it's a community problem, and not just an  issue for Ihe police force or  council to "fix "  "If we had lots of money, we  could just post a policeman by  every door, 24 hours a day."  says MacLarty. "Bul we don't  have unlimited money and that  would be ridiculous Short of  me going out and patrolling  myself, I don't see what can  happen.  "1 don't think more police  are going to help," she says,  "More |Kilice is like taking a pill  for what's wrong with you. and  masking the symptoms, rather  than getting down to what's  making you sick in the first  place."  But some merchants remain  distinctly unimpressed hy whai  thev see as the altitude of council.'  "The mayor in ihis town  doesn't want io do anything to  stop the break-ins She wants to  beautify Sechelt for the  tourists." sa>s Fred Gower of  Fred's Autobody. which has  also been repeatedly broken  into.  "All Ihey want to do is put  shrubs around town." he says  "But how can you make your  town look beautiful when  everyone has boards and bars  on their windows'"  Robptt^Creek  Bna��*l  Fri. & Sat. Night  Dinners Are Back!  LIVE ENTERTAINMENT  Fri. & S<it.,  Mar 27 & 28  "SO.ISTICE"  WUSSSHSTI  Meat Draw Sat. Night  BINGO  Tuesdiiv Vi'yhfs  I WrN<wn.V.-to-Hmtfo��if 7:15  *CRIB*  a\^k   Thursday YttfJif  ^L  ������mkk. S-  (Ue nsxsi  .-Wfi-Wl.t or 8.S6-99S4  I ���* Coast News, March 23, 1992  community  Oeorga In gihsons  aitamaaCooam, UM320  Although schiHil teaching and  later her husband's work in the  fish packing industry look Gladys  Armour away from time lo time,  she always thought of Gibsons as  her home.  As Gladys Rhodes, she graduated from high school here in  Gihsoas. One of her schoolmates  was Grace (Woodsworth) Macln-  nis. Gladys trained as a school  teacher. One of Iter schools was  Doriston on the Sechell inlet, she  remembered the hair-raising times tJladys Armour  of going to Egmonl by dugout 1900 -  1992  canoe through Ihe Skooktimchuck for supplies.  She left teaching when she married Sam Armour, whose family  name lives on in Armour's Beach in Gibsons. Al times his work took  Ihe family lo the lish camps on the Skeena River, bul home was  halfmoon bay happenings  hy ttatti Fen-ester, MS-241S  A warm welcome from all of  us lo the new owners of Milore  Nursery and the post office and  store. Sandy and Larry I'aradoii  have taken over the nursery and  have already given il a whole  new look with a really nice little  store where you can buy all  your gardening needs.  Will and Memory Allen are  the new owners of the former  Mary's Variety Store and have  re-named il the Fawn Road  Market. Gixxl luck to these new  tenants, and may the local people support you in your new  ventures.  At Welcome Beach  Don'I forget to show up al  Welcome Beach Hall litis Saturday, March 28 where you can  enjoy a pleasant evening of  games and singing at the Pub  Night. Admission is only $3.30  at Ihe door and you will be  served refreshments.  Surprise party  Irene Duff was delighted and  surprised when she showed up  al Ihe Redrooffs home of her  son, Jerry.  There was a whole group of  family and friends all there to  greet Irene and to wish her a  happy 83rd birthday. Jerry had  cooked up a really gourmet  menu of Chinese food which  was enjoyed by all. Happy  birthday, Irene, from all of us.  Trout Lake  The matter of the dreadful  MHHH��  ���>  ��>  ->  ->  ->  ->  ���  OPENING APRIL 1st  In Gibsons Quay  Mollvs Lane  situation at the lake is still very  much lo lite fore, as well it may  be, particularly from a health  point of view, since we frequently get our drinking water  from this source.  A 'committee has now been  sel up to try lo come up wilh  some solutions to Ihe problem  now, rather than wait until  someone gets sick. They will he  presenting their recommendations to the regional district and  we trust that the issue will not  be sel aside and will be dealt  wilh swiftly.  Gas prices  The discrepancy between the  price of gas on the peninsula  and lhat in other areas has once  again, caused much comment  and complaints.  Gas at places like Squamish  for instance, is al present 49.4  per litre, while here on the Sunshine Coast it is 54.9 or even  more at some places. Once  again the question arises - why?  Apparently the cost of transportation is not a factor, so we  wonder what lite reason might  be.  Divers offend  Il is hard to extend a warm  welcome to diving groups who  regularly do their training sessions at Coopers Green, particularly when they cause offence  with no apologies for same.  On a recent Sunday the  whole bay echoed to the sound  of their air compressor, not for  just an hour, but for several  hours. They were also angry  that the toilets were not opened  for their convenience.These are  groups who come from out of  town and who are obviously  making money for the tour operators.  Il is we of the area who pay  taxes for this beautiful park. We  enjoy the fact that it is shared  and enjoyed by so many people,  but do object to the fact that  these groups donate absolutely  nothing to the economy, since  they room and board in Secret  Cove, buy no groceries nor  donate to the maintenance of the  park. This is something which  badly needs looking inio.  Minority Language Education Report  Released for Public Input  The B.C. Minority Language Education Task Force  report has been released for public input.  The task force, established in May of 1990, was struck  to pro|iose methods of providing French education  principles consistent with section 23 of the Canadian  Charter of Rights and Freedoms.  THE DEADLINE FOR RESPONSES TO THE  REPORT IS JUNE 30,1992.  For more information or for a copy of the report  please contact:  The Ministry of Education and Ministry Responsible  for Multiculturalism and Human Rights.  Harley Trudeau  Assistant Director  Languages and Multicultural Programs Branch  356-2527  Province of British Columbia  Ministry of Education and  Ministry Responsible for  Multiculturalism and Human Rights  always Gibsons  When her husband died in 1954, Gladys turned again to teaching.  Her work in previous years as substitute teacher was recommendation  enough for permanent teaching positions firsl on Nelson Island in  1955 lo 1957, then Irvine's Unding in 1957 and 1958, and Gibsons  Elementary from 1958 lo 1966.  Her courage and resilience carried her successfully through this  demanding time of change for one of her years. But she accomplished  it with grace and an earnest devotion to her pupils' schooling.  Family and her friends cherish fond memories of Gladys Annour.  Heart Fund  Muffins provided by the senior fitness class at the Gibsons pool  helped the February Heart Fund campaign by $70.  Scholarship  The Lester Peterson scholarship in Elphinstone has received its  firsl contributions. The award is to go to a graduating student who has  done well in English courses.  You may send contributions to Bea Rankin at RR #1, Snodgrass  Site, C9, Sechelt, BC, or drop them off at Elphinstone Secondary, in  care of June Wilson  /'DEPENDABLE   AUTO SERVICE  Did you know...  Our BODY SHOP will maXe  Tour ear look like new  Tha South Cout �� Only MAA attFlOTlD Shup  (Spacltl conaldaarauon u BCAA men,Lei's  ^WfU^Wi   AUTOMOTIVE  TOPSOIISALE  FEATURING Peter Rabbit clothing and Striderite  Munchkin walking shoes.  Enter our draw for a Peter Rabbit quilt, sheet and  coordinating diaper slacker.  ALL 20% OFF  SALE KIINS TUES., MAK   '4 ��� SAr., MAR. 28  Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt 885-5255  SCREENED TOPSOI  ����  ILE IT LASTS  12 cu. yar<yM\%jjWsm3i.rea $ 150.00  a i���    zEa*��S^"sCreekarea$ 1750��  GeilVerecfl^echelt $200.00  Gravel Products Available  Loaded Gibsons Pit - Gilmore Rd.  Pit Run Gravel Crusher Dust  Road Base       Screened Sand  Drain Rock      Cobbles 12" +  "FREE JUNK FILL AVAILABLE'  i Rocks, Roots, Dirt i  Trucking Arranged  830 a.m. - 500 p.m.  Mon. - Sat.  Fiedler Bros. Contracting Ltd.  886-2663  %^K:mwmm.  Notice Board  Deadline for submissions is Wednesday noon (for Monday distribution)  On-going submissions will be deleted after 3 weeks unless a specific renewal request is made.  We reserve Ihe right lo edit submissions for brevity  All submissions should refer to non-profit events of genuine community interest  -, -��*, i la   ��>*��  ��<:>*  it******  Thi' Sunshine  Coasl Nt'ws  MONDAY, MARCH 23  Bone Marrow Donor Information and  Registration meeting al 7:30 pm, in Greenecourt  Hall on Medusa Street. Sechelt. Persons 17-65  encouraged to attend. If enough interest is  shown, a Bone Marrow Donor Clinic will be  arranged lor Ihe Sunshine Coast. Please come.  Conlacl. 885-4508.  Canadian Federation ol University Women of  the Sunshine Coast March Meeting at 11:30am,  St. John's Church, Davis Bay for info call 885-  9589.  TUESDAY, MARCH 24  7:00pm. Apprenticeship Programs  Information Meeting in RoomOne at new  Soulh Campus ol Capilano College (SIB  Complex), Arne Johansen, Apprenticeship  Counsellor, presents an overview and answers  questions. Everyone welcome. More information  and Pre-registration through Sunshine Coast  Community Futures, 885-2639.  Prairie High School Choir Performing at  Bethel Baptist Chuich, Sechelt, 7:30pm. All  welcome.  WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25  8:00pm, Winter Film Series. Lale Summer  Blues, Dir. Renon Schorr. Hebrew with English  subtitles. Admission $4 at the Arts Centre.  THURSDAY, MARCH 26  "You and Free Trade" Greenecourt Hall,  Sechell7:30pm, Liam Grayer ol Citizens  Concerned about Free Trade.  FRIDAY, MARCH 27  Literary Reading at the Arts Centre. Trysh  Ashby-Rolls will read Irom her book Tiiumph, A  Journey ol Healing Irom Incest, 8:00pm.  Inner Ear's Spring Into Spring Collee House  will include sets by Wesly Furomoto. David  McVitti, Dan Weisenburg from Victoria, and  Nikkr Webber's musical youth group. Music  starts at 8:30pm at 749 Leek Road in Robeits  Creek. For more info call 886-9747.  Movie: JESUS 7:00pm, New Life Chrislian  Fellowhip (Whail St.) Donations at door ���  Everyone welcome.  SATURDAY, MARCH 28  "Young at Art" Workshop on Oiigami lor ages  7 ��� 12. Roberts Creek Hall. Foi information call  885-5412.  Potluck Supper - Kirkland Centre 7:00pm.  Cameo Singles Club. Inio 885-5633  Sul. Dancing at Mountain Song at 7:00pm,  Open healers day, potluck 5pm, 885-6170  SUNDAY, MARCH 29  Sea Cavalcade Meeting t :00pm. Kinsmen Hall  Gibsons.  MONDAY, MARCH 30  Annual Meeting Open to public at Pendei  Harbor Reading Center, at 1:30.  WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1  Reform Party ol Canada Sunshine Coast  District bi-annual meeting at Wilson Cieek Hall.  Guest speaker Ian Todd, the party's regional  director lor BC will address. Refreshments  served, public is invited. No charge, donations  welcome.  19th Annual Sunshine Coast Music Festival  9:00am Sechelt El. School Gym, 1:30pm, St.  John's United Church Davis Bay, 7:00pm,  Sechelt El. School Gym. 1st Week - Vocal,  Instrumental & choir. Inio 885-5444 or 886-  2324.  THURSDAY, APRIL 2  19th Annual Sunshine Coast Music Festival  9:00am, 1:00pm, 7:00pm, St. John's United  Church, Daivs Bay. For into 885-5444 or 886-  2324 Everyone Welcomel  SUNDAY, APRIL 5  Davis Bay, Wilson Creek Library Open House  and Book Sale, 2-4pm. Refreshments served.  FRIDAY, APRIL 10,  S. C. Music Festival Honors & Highlights  Concert. Chat. Sec. School Gym 7:00pm.  Everyone Welcomel For inlor 885-5444 or 886-  2324  MISCELLANEOUS  Halfmoon Bay Boy Scouts - Mushroom  Manure Sale. March 28 & 29,8033 Southwood -  advance orders 885-5208  Emily Carr College of Art Painting instruction  in mixed media with well known artist Ken  Wallace. March 28 & 29. 9:30-4:30pm. call 885-  2522.  Wildlife Rehabilitation Center information  display at Trail Bay Mall. March 26,27 & 28th.  Rebirth of Homesteid building. Reg Dixon will  be singing. Rallle Tickets available.  Chatelech Secondary School Seeking  donated books. Please drop off al Shadow Box  Gallery.  To put your craft fair or cultural event on the  Community Calendar at the Arts Centre.  phone 885-5412. Fridays.  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum's will be open  six days a week until further notice. Located at  716 Winn Road across Irom Post Ollice,  wheelchair accessible. Info 886-8232  Totem Lodge - Everyday is visiting day at  Totem Lodge. Visit the pioneers ol your community.  The Parent Tot Drop In program at the following locations: Gibsons: Mon. Wed. Fri in United  Chuich Hall Sechell: Mon. al SI Hilda's Chuich  Hall. Davis Bay: Tuesdays in Wilson Creek Com  Hall. Thursdays at St. Andrews Anglican Chuich  Pendei Haibout 9:30 - 11:00 am Usual Time:  9:30 to 11:30 al most locations Fee: $3.00 pel  parent and child. Family rate $5.00  Folk Dancing at Roberts Creek School.  Community Use Room. Every Tues 7:00 - 9:00  pm. Fee $3.00 Drop in, everyone welcome.  Epilepsy - Do you have or know someone who  does? Find out what the doctors are not telling  you. If interested maybe start a support group,  call 885-6126  The Inter-Active Video Business Disc  Program is now available at the Sunshine  Coast Business Development Centre, #205-  5710 Teredo Square, Into 885-1959. The user  fee is only $10.00 lor three 3 hour sessions.  MONDAYS  Gibsons Pensioners Branch #38 Scottish  Country Dancing at Harmony Hall at 8:00 pm.  Information 886-3043.  Sunshine Coast Breast Feeding Support  Group. Informal drop-in meetings on the first  Monday ol each month. Luinda, 886-4502 or  Wendy. 885-2950.  Seniors' Branch 69, Carpet Bowling, Mondays  1:30 pm. Exercise with Joan Frembd Mons. &  Thursdays-11-12.  Overeaters Anonymous 7:30 pm. Holy Family  Church Hall.. Sechelt. Phone 885-2108 or 886-  4781 for details.  Adult Children ol Alcoholics or  Dyslunctlonal Families meet at St. Mary's  Church Hall in Gibsons. 7:30 ��� 9.  Sunshine Coast Breakaway Parents Meeting  for parents concerned about their children's  drug & alcohol use. 807 Kiwanis Way, Gibsons.  7:30 pm. For info call 886-2423.  TUESDAYS  Life Drawing 10.00-12 30pm. Draw from the  figure in Ihe company of other artists. Bring your  own materials and $3 to cover costs. The Arl  Centre.  Gibsons Pensioners Branch #38 Exercises lor  Seniors at Harmony Hall at 11:00 am, (Every  Tuesday & Friday) Info 886-3544.  First Tuesday ol every month, local art rental &  sales at Sunshine Coast Art Centre Open 2-  6pm. Collee served. Original works by Sunshine  Coast artists lor sale or rent; any donations ol  unused frames gratefully accepted. 885-5412.  Gibsons Table Tennis Club plays every  Tuesday. 7 - 10 p.m. Elphinstone Secondary  School Cafeteria. For more information, call Jim  at 886-2775.  WEDNESDAYS  Badminton every Wednesday evening. 8-10  p.m. at Elphinstone High School Gym.  Admission: $3.00. Drop in.  Sunshine Coasl Toastmasters meeting every  Wednesday at 7:30 pm at Chatelech High  School. Room 112, Inio 885-3206. Guests welcome  Find Milton's "Paradise Lost" with Jan de  Biuyn at Eldeicollege. $15 for 6 Wed. aftemoon,  beginning April 1. Pre-registialion a musl. Call  Julie at Capilano College. 885-9310. Also watch  lor Ikebana in May.  Gibsons Old Age Pensioners Organization  Branch #38 Carpet Bowling al Harmony Hall  every Wed al t 00 pm. Into 886-2073.  THURSDAYS  Birth Control Clinic at Coast Garibaldi Health  Unit. 494 S Fletcher. Gibsons Thursday liom 7  to 9 pm. Everyone welcome, no appointment  necessary. 885-7770.  3C's Weight Loss Support Group meets every  Thursday afternoon 12:45-2:30pm, at the United  Chinch, Glassloid Rd.. Gibsons. Into: 886-7159.  Seniors' Branch 69. Exercise wilh Joan  Frembd Mondays & Thursdays 11-12.  Adult Children of Alcoholics or  Dysfunctional Families meet at the Action  Centre in Sechell, 7:30 - 9.  FRIDAYS  United Church Thrill Shop in basemenl of  church off Truman Rd.. open Fridays. I lo 3 pm.  Square Dancing - plus level 8:00 pm, Seniors'  Hall, Sechell. Beginneis classes start Sept.  Register now. Into 885-9680 or 885-9500  Gibsons Old Age Pensioners Org Branch #38  Tia Chi for seniors at Haimony Hall every Friday  at 1:30 pm. Info 886-9619  SUNDAYS  The Sunshine Coast Stamp Club meet 7:30  pm 1st and 3rd Sunday at Sechelt Library.  Phone 885-3381 or 885-7088. Open for all  ages.  iaa>*^JlL.[��lllMMIIIIHIII[IC�� Coast News, March 23, I-'*>-'  Spring '92 Program  CONTINUING EDUCATION  iimiM um Mil (ii'iii.v mutt: hoiks  MiiiiiI.i\ liaThurMliH   Hall am    ' .'all pin Kinlav 8:311 am   4:00 pm  r it it tins HOOkixiM orhik hoiks  Miuul.ia mil Wednesday minium   ' ..iipm  Friday KkSOam 4.-00 pin  I ,i,,>   Mi Vrnie WUhlov*, Dlstrtn Principal  Kl (.IS I KAI I(l\ INFORMATION  KII.ISIH IIIIM ill.ll I'll UK MV  ll, gbalrnttiiiu .nt- taken on a ln-<i iiimv Iuimv Ri'Ktiatritian and pTqrmTnlh m.ivbe  lu.itl,- in iM'isnii. by null, phunt' nr lax HaytlH'tll uMOa***" vnur phKMQMti in the  .iiiiim-    Plttaatf |'.i\ B�� MMtn as ami ran   I im, ii nil Wd^lfrcaa J il ,y  urrrplrd  II11 Mill IKMM II'IOV  Continuing Eilucntlon Building  a.'.ii liik'i Avenue  Sn-hetl in g^  IIIIMM. IJMNMM  fimlinulnii Bdumtlnn *D   IB  Bus HflB  Sn-livll, tu    VON IAU  rilflW. M IIHf-H   BBS -"l'il  MX,VI limn   uh.i.iii'  unit I tilt Ol is  PUhiw l��u.' a Haparati' i !im|ui' iliiiluillntt inali'rial fees)  i,.i each iitutse   Plnue muki' mil i-hiinnia lo Continuing  hlu, attain S I) MB  mst ni \ is  Setltlll Mil/,-lis fugl' lira  I aav.-II ,11,' illailhle lor u  iPY-aWi'llll! llll lllllsl I'tlUlM'  few PIimim' ask im Hn- iIImiiiiuI ul Hie time uf a'glslrulimi (Primf of age r��  rvqutn.il i Ciiuulehiiml I'annK ,liMi,iiiiisarvH\i4i|ahlewlthsonirnnirsi>s. Pla-usr  lm|t i lore Infiiriiiiitiiiu wlu'ii irni>UTlng.  I IVI I.I.I..11IOXS  Nllttl-e llf i.inrrllaluins will in* gtvi'll nllf wwk tat'ton* start tlrtll'.  Hill MIS  liriiimU will Ik- hi\i'ii 111 lull il'a muiiie is nincellfd by theCuntinuing Kducul   i ntii iv r.int,'Mathui will nitiir If the Tttlntaiinti number of pnrtk-i|innts required  im Hn- niunte Is mil reaiiieil If you wi.ali I" withdraw berore a course begins,  |il..iM give ns .ii least :, tl.ivs notice. Nu refunds will be given If a participant  Withdraws l.ili-i I ha n :. tlaas lu-rnw thu t ouise start dale. After that date, a credit  ivtUUigivti. im pawni'tii inward.arirtiiit'tiijrse.  NEW COURSES FOR  SPRING  92  ESL - ENGLISH AS A SECOND  LANGUAGE  Hannah D.tnitoll |885 2695}  This course is lor students who have  difficulty understanding, speaking, reading  or writing English because it is not thalf  titst language    Students will be assigned  individual tutors who will give them extra  attention    It you know ol anyone who  might benefit  from this  course,  CBlt  Continuing Education at 885 2991.  Davis Bay Elementary - Int. Classroon  8 Thursdays starting April 9  r 30 pm - 9.J0 pm  I iv $45  AIRBRAKES  Don Turenne  This weekend course prepares drivers for  an examination lo obtain endorsement for  operation of air equipped vehicles.  Elphmslone Secondary Auto Shop  3 sessions Apnl 3.4.5  Friday 6 00 pm   10:00pm  Saturday Sunday 8:30 am - 4 30 pm  Fee  $91 Includes manual)  BUILDING SERVICE  WORKER'S COURSE ��� LEVEL 1  John Hoover  This is an excellent l week training course  for individuals who wish to be considered  for employment in the building service  workers industry or for those who wish to  upgrade their skills. The course involves  practical and theoretical applications  dealing with many facets of the cleaning  industry Please ask Continuing Education  tor a detailed course summary. This would  be a helpful course lor anyone considering  future employment opportunities with  School District No. 46 custodial services.  Chatelech Secondary Classroom  1 week Monday to Friday starting August  24  9 00 am   3 00 pm  Fee: $250  WORDPERFECT S.O LEVEL 1  Joanne Tail  After taking this 2 day course, you will be  able lo create, edit and print  documents using WordPerfect, the most  popular business wordprocessing software  for the IBM PC Course topics include  text entry and editing, text enhancements,  block features imove. copy, etc.), line and  page formatting, search and replace,  spellctieck and file management. The 130-  page required manual is available from the  instructor tor $10. Bring a lunch.  Elphinstone Secondary IBM Lab  2 sessions Saturday Sunday April 25 26  9 30 am   3 00 pm  Fee $72  WORDPERFECT S.0 LEVEL 2 -  ADDITIONAL FEATURES  Joanne Tait  If you are proficient with the basic functions  of WordPerfect, take this one day course  and learn many additional features to  improve your wordprocessing Course  topics include merge, sort, text columns,  envelopes and labels, and macros The  course manual will also include 5 1  updates lor tables and basic graphics  Ttie required manual is available from the  mslructor for $t0 Bring a lunch  Elphinstone Secondary IBM Lab  1 session Saturday May 2  9 30 am    4 30 pm  Fee $48  INTRODUCTION TO DOS  Joanne Tait  Take this 2 day course and learn to identify  the hardware and software components of  the IBM PC Become familiar with the  basic DOS commands for handling files.  directories and disks. Also includes  maintaining and organizing a hard drive  and some housekeeping tips. The 135-  page required course manual is available  from the instructor for $10. Bring a lunch.  Elphinstone Secondary IBM Lab  2 sessions Saturday-Sunday April 11>12  9 30 am - 3 00 pm  Fee-$72  COMPUTER FOR THE  ABSOLUTE NOVICE  Lumda Bleackley  For the computer innocent.   This course  will orient you with hands on experience to  a range of uses for the Macintosh  computer including word processing,  graphics, and use of hypercard.   Get a  taste for word processing and drawing on  the Macintosh.  Elphinstone Secondary Mac Lab  1 Saturday April 11  9:00 am - 4.00 pm  Fee:$68  INTRODUCTION TO PAGEMAKER  (MACINTOSH)  Lumda Bleackley  Learn  the   basics   of   layout   using  Pagemaker   Combine text with pictures to  create a brochure    Some basic Mac  knowledge required.   Get a taste ot  desktop publishing.  Chatelech Secondary Computer Lab  1 Saturday May 2  9:00 am - 4:30 pm  Fee, $48  .9UN.DRAISING  James Brown  Learn the fundamentals crucial to lucrative  fundraising including initial preparation to  banking of funds, proposal writing,  publicity, fundraising do's and don ts and  how to solicit funds for your group James  has 40 years experience in fundraising tor  non-profit institutions throughout Canada  and USA.  Chatelech Secondary Room 102  2 sessions Saturday and Sunday April 11  and 12  9:30 am   3 30 pm (1/2 hour lunch)  Fee $52  SETA ��� WORKING WITH SPECIAL  NEEDS CHILDREN  Carol Stewart  This course focuses on the attitudes.  knowledge and skills necessary for  successful integration of children with  special needs into school age programs. It  provides an introduction to the various  types  of  special  needs  and  otters  strategies for adapting programs to meet  the needs of these children  Chatelech Secondary Room 106  10 sessions Tuesdays and Thursdays  starting .April 14  7*00 pm ��� 9:30 pm  Fee: $95  BETA ��� UNDERSTANDING  CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS  Debbie Amaral  Why do some children with certain  disabilities   act out", have tantrums,  withdraw   or   behave   in   extremely  "inappropriate ways"?  Explore successful  methods of handling challenging situations  at home and school.   Knowledge of, or  experience with, children having special  needs not a prerequisite.   (For parents,  childcare workers, SETA students).  Haltmoon Bay Elementary Classroom  8 Wednesdays starting March 25  7:00 pm-9:00 pm  Fee $73  BETA ��� BRIDGING THE GAP  Kathy Lynn  One moment they are just kids with all the  challenges that brings. Suddenly, they are  retching puberty and are changing daily.  This workshop will discuss the gap  between childhood and adulthood with a  focus on normal development of young  teens. This workshop presents the  development goals particular to the 10 to  16 age group.  Elphinstone Secondary Room 109  1 Saturday May 9  10.30 am -4 30 pm  Fee $70  SETA ��� HOW TO TALK SO KIDS  WILL LISTEN  Dania Matiation  Based on the book   How to Talk so Kids  will Listen and bsten so Kids Will Talk.  this course covers helping children deal  with feelmgs   encouraging autonomy,  engaging cooperation, alternatives to  punishment, praise and self esteem, and  freeing children from playing roles   Inquire  about texts when registering.  Roberts Creek Elementary  7 Thursdays starting April 2  7:00 pm- 9:00 pm  Fee $75  PARTNER MASSAGE  Carol Brophy. RMT  Relaxation methods and fundamental  massage techniques: will be taught by  Carol, a registered massage therapist.  Bring a blanket, sheet, two pillows, bathing  suit or loose clothing and lunch.  Chatelech Secondary Sawing Room  1 Saturday April 4  9:30 am -4:00 pm  Fee: $48  HANDPAINTING ON SILK  Rosemane Cook (885-5821)  Come to Rosemaries studio and learn the  enjoyable cratt of handpamting on silk.  Work with an experienced, successful  artisfon the Sunshine Coast. There will be  a materials fee of $35 payable to the  instructor at the first session.  Instructor's Studio * 6396 Norvan Rd.  Sechelt  4 Thursdays starting April 9  1:00 pm -3:00 pm  Fee: $62  DOG OBEDIENCE  Reg Robinson  A beginner s course designed to tram you  to tram your dog   Dogs must be at feast 6  months old, trainers must be over 12  years   Bring only a notfbook and pen for  the first night  Gibsons Elementary < ijssrooni  1 session Wednesday Apnl 22  7 00 pm   8 00 pm  Gibsons Elementary Covered Area  10 Saturdays starting Apnl 25  1 00 pm   2 00 pm  Fee $65  HOW TO MANAGE STRESS  EFFECTIVELY! ��� STRESS  REDUCTION WORKSHOP  Jo Anne Bushnell. BA   CFAP  The stress in your lile need not kill you. but  unless you develop an understanding of  how it affects you. wh.it you can do to  address it. and then ait upon those ideas.  it just might   En|oy a day in a participatory  and practical workshop where you can  develop a strategy lot success in  redm ing the distn-ss you expennce  The nature of the workshop will  include    theory     but    will    be  patlicipatory ami practical with  easily adaptable skills, usable both  personally and professionally   Bring  more health, peat e and |oy into your  life.  Elphinstone Second.iry  Rm117  1 Saturday April 25  9 00 am ��� 4;30 pm  Foe $60  ���AST AFRICAN COOKING  AnarKanji (385-3917)  Learn how to prepare .in exotic meal lor  the entire family in one day    from the  .Appetizer to Dessert  Start with a delicious  appetizer Samusa. Hum roll out an Indian  bread (Chappatl) to accompany spicy  vegetable curry.  The mam course will be  Kuku-Pakah (chicken spiced and sauted in  coconut milk) and Basamati Rice.   Finish  the dinner off with a Falood  Chatelech Secondary Rm 109  1 Saturday April 11  10:00 am  4 00 pm  Fee: $45  WORKSHOP IN WATER COLOUR  LyleNanson. FCA  Elphinstone Secondary Art Rm 116  8 Wednesdays starling Apnl 1  7:30 pm-9 30 pm  Fee: $65  I PIANO (FOR  CHILDREN 7 - S VRS.)  Hana Rose  In a small group, piano playing basics such  as note reading, timing, fingering and  different sounds will be covered in a  relaxed manner.   By the end of the  lessons, students will be able to note read  and understand simple songs tor the  piano   Children will need their own piano  for home practice  Sechelt Elementary Music Room  4 Saturdays starting April 25  10 00 am- 1100 am  Fee.$60  FINANCIAL PLANNING PON THE  90S  Leonard CM Lee  HOW can you maintain your family lifestyle  after you are gone'' HOW can you obtain  maximum financial security during your  retirement HOW you can get the most  out of your company's pension plan?  HOW can you get out of business In Any  one of the five ways: death, disability,  sale, retirement or bankruptcy, and still be  at a PROFIT"? This course will provide you  with answers for the above questions and  much more.  Elphinstone Secondary Rm 109'  2 Wednesdays starting April 19  7:00 pm - 9:00 pm  Fee:$12  PANNING FOR GOLD  Ian Thomson  Gold panning techniques, where and how  to look for gold, staking and maintaining  placer claims    This one day course  includes an illustrated morning session on  the history and geology of placer gold in  B.C and the Yukon and an afternoon visit  to a local creek    Please bring rubber  boots, lunch,  a shovel, and a gold pan if  you have one. You get to keep all the gold  you find. Course goes rain or shine.  Davis Bay Community Use Room  1 Saturday May 30  900 am -4.00 pm  Fee: $48  BOAT BUYING (BAIL .AND POWER)  Trevor Kirby Assoc. R.I N A. (885 26951  Subjects covered will include power and  sail, wood, alloy and fiberglass design and  construction of new and used craft   Other  topics include diesel. gasoline, inboard and  jet installations  Sechell Elementary  4 Mondays starting April 6  7:30 pm - 8:30 pm  Fee'$20  FITNESS AEROBICS  Kathenrtg Doyle  These self-paced classes will include  warmup. cardiovascular activity and  strength building exercises.  West Sechelt Elementary Gym  B Monday. Wednesday and Thursdays  starting March 23 (24 classesj  6:30 pm- 7 30 pm  Fee $52 (drop in lee $4)  FABRIC PAINTING  Nancy Cramer  Transform plain fabric into a personal  statement' Expenment-Mth surface design  using a variety of techniques Including  different types of block printing, discharge,  shibon. and stencils.   Both pigment and  natural dyes will be used. There will be a  $25 material fee payable to the instructor  in the first class    Please bring rubber  gloves  Instructor s Studio   797 Stewart Rd.  8 Fridays starling April 10  10:00 am ��� 12 noon  Fee $52  BASIC DRAWING  Jan Bryant  Learn to draw using a variety of meoturr*  including charcoal, pencil, graphite, and  brush and ink   Topics covered will incfude  materials theory, perspective, technique.  line and tone, and form.   You will learn to  draw still hies, landscapes and figure  drawings.   The instructor will discuss a  materials list on the first night of class.  Elphinstone Secondary Room 116  6 Tuesdays starting April 14  7:30 pm -9:30 pm  Fee:$72  KARATE FOR KIDS  Gordon Stromkms (885*6111)  A ten week course for school age children  to  learn  traditional  karate  from  an  experienced instructor   Equal emphasis is  placed on precision fitness, discipline and  fun.  Sechelt Elementary Gym  10 Monday and Thursdays starting April 13  6:15pm - 7:15pm  Fee: $50  SELF-DEFENSE FOR WOMEN  Gordon Stfomkins (885 6111)  This workshop wilt teach simple effective  responses to the threatening situations  women are most likely to find themselves  in    Learn how to kick. hit. release the  common choke holds and wrist holds   You  will be shown a variety of other counter  attacks and body weapons    Discuss  issues such as awareness and legal rights  to delend yourself    No specific level of  physical fitness is required   Wear loose  comfortable clothing and bring a bag lunch  Sechelt Elementary Gym  1 Saturday May 2  10 00 am   3 00 pm  Fee $30  POTTERY  Ron Pollock (885 4560)  Throwing on the wheel    a course tor all  skill levels    in which cylinder and bowl  torms will be emphasized    Register early  as this ts a small class (6 students only)  giving special individual attention  Pottery Studio  8 Mondays starting April 6  7 00 pm   9 00 pm  Fee $70  BETWEEN WOMEN  Dania Matiation  Explore how tood choices can allect our  lemale hormones, energy and moods  Learn about our bodies and the nutritional  and lifestyle management ot women s  health care, menstral cramps, menopause.  Candida, and weight concerns   A gourmet  lunch is available upon request tor $8  Expect to have a lun time1  Continuing Education Classroom  1 Saturday April 25  10 00 am   3 00 pm  Fee $60  PROJECT SEW  Kim Bryson Burda [885 3638)  A follow up course to basic sewing which  allows you to sew a project ot your choice.  Choose something you ve already started  and haven't had a chance to finish, or start  something new,   Bring your own serviced  sewing machine and the materials you will  need to complete your project  Elphinstone Secondary Rm 115  5 Wednesdays starting  700pm -9:00pm  Fee: $42  JIVING  Elvma Morrison  Thought you couldn't |ive?  Come and  learn how. This class is tun tor everyone-  beginners or advanced . Jiving Is an  exciting way to get til and have fun with  other couples or singles. Come atone or  bring a partner  Sechelt Elementary Gym  5 Tuesdays starting April 7  7:00 pm ��� 8:30 pm  Gibsons Elementary Gym  5 Wednesdays starting April 8   "v  7:00 pm -8:30 pm  Fee: $35  SIGN LANGUAGE- BEGINNERS  LEVEL II  Phyllis Richmond  Continuing Education offers six levels ot  sign language' Beginner I and II.  Intermediate I and II, and Advanced I and  II. Classes are set up based on student  needs Teens are encouraged to attend.  Suggested text Signs Ot The Time* at a  cost of $25. Prerequisite is Beginners  Level!.  s Bay Elementary  esdays starting May 5  J pm ��� 9:00 pm  Fee: $45  SIGN LANGUAGE - INTERMEDIATE  LBVflLII  Tammy McQueen  Pre-requisite  for  Sign  Language  Intermediate Level II is the Intermediate  Level I certificate or equivalent level.  Davis Bay Elementary  6 Tuesdays starting May 5  7:00 pm   9.00 pm  Fee: $45  CHILDSAFE  Dana Lamb  This course is based on the premise that  accidents can be prevented by educating  the adult, changing the environment and  educating the child.   Through interactive  sessions involving accident prevention and  safety education,  students will be able to:  recognize home hazards, understand  principles ot accident prevention, manage  common first aid situations, explain CPR  and rescue breathing techniques, and  demonstrate techniques tor use with  children   when   discussing   accident  prevention.  Continuing Education Classroom  1 Saturday May 9  9:00 am   4:30 pm  Fee   $52  ASSERTIVENESS TRAINING FOR  WOMEN  Marlene Heitland M.Ed . B. Ed.. H.B.A.  Assertiveness training enables a person to  deal honestly with other people without  denying their own personal rights, or the  rights of others This course demonstrates  new communication skills, and shows how  these skills help to change and develop  relationships Participants will locus on  exercises promoting self-awareness and  confidence, and will practise expressing  their feelings and beliefs in an honest  straight forward manner.  Gibsons Elementary  8 Thursdays starting April 2  7 00 pm   9 00 pm  Fee. $72  MISSING WITH STYLE  Ginny Vail (886-9177)  Do you have a closet-full of clothes yet  nothing to wear?  In this workshop learn  how to build a casual and/or professional  wardrobe that makes you look and feel  terrific   Topics include:  Personal Style.  Colour Impact. Accessorizing with Flair,  Hairstyles. Make-up Tips and Shopping,  with Confidence.   Gmny Vail is a highly  successful Personal Image Consultant  living on the Sunshine Coast-  Bring a  lunch.  Elphinstone Secondary Cafeteria  1 Saturday April 4  10:00 am- 3:00 pm  Fee:$48  GRADUATION AND PARTY  DRESSES  Mary Bittroff  Would you like expert help to make your  grad dress or party gown?   You will save  money, have an original dress that fits  perfectly, and learn to sew all at the same  time. The instructional fee is charged "per  dress since Mom and daughter may wish  to work on the dress together.  Costs ot  pattern, fabric, and notions are . of course.  extra    Phone Mary for further information  and help in choosing patterns and fabric  before the classes commence.  Chatelech Secondary  5 Wednesdays starting April 1  7:00 pm- 10:00 pm  Elphinstone Secondary  5 Thursdays starting April 2  7:00 pm* 10:00 pm  Fee: $58  CONTINUING PROGRAMS  MLB  Frank Brown (885 40461  ABLE is a programme that matches adult  students who want to improve their baste  reading writing skills with trained volunteer  tutors There are no tests, classes or tees  All instruction is given on a one lo one  basis at a location chosen by the student  Interested students can contact Continuing  Education at 885 2991 If you know  someone who can benelit Irom this  programme, please inform them of this  opportunity Call Continuing Education tor  more information  OED (GRADE 12 EQUIVALENCY  EXAM)  Adults who did not complete Grade 12 can  aquire a Ministry ol Education Grade 12  Equivalency certificate    For application  forms, eligibility requirements, texts, or lor  further  information,  call  Continuing  Education  The next exam date lor the Sunshine  Coast is May 2  Fee     $26 50 payable to Ministry ot  Education  (G E D  text is available at Continuing  Education tor $20 00)  COMPUTER FOR THE ABSOLUTE  NOVICE  Lumda Bleackley  For the computer innocent    This course  will orient you with hands on experience to  a  range of  uses tor  the  Macintosh  computer including word processing.  graphics, and use ol hypercard    Get a  taste lor word processing and drawing on  the Macintosh  Elphinstone Secondary Computer Lab  3 Salurdays starting April 11  9 00 am   4 00 pm  Fee. $68  Joan Wilson (885-7853)  This course was developed by the  Canadian Red Cross with the aim of  making young people who  will bo  babysitting more responsible and -tater  babysitters.  Special attention is given to  First Aid.  Students attending all 9 hours  will receive a Canadian Red Cross  certificate.  Roberts Creek Elementary  3 Saturdays starting March 26  9:00 am* 12 00 pm  3 Salurdays starting April 25  9:00 am- 12:00 pm  Fee: $33  SETA -1 LIKE ME  Kathy Lynn  Child self-esteem is a topic ol growing  importance In Our society as we see our  young people struggling to gam a positive  self-Image   Love is not enough, but what  do children need and what can parents do  for thtir children9  This workshop will deal  with the difficult and abstract concept ol  self-esteem and oiler a blueprint lor  success  Elphinstone Secondary Room 109  1 Saturday March 28  10:30 am   4:00 pm  Fee   $65  QIGONG AND DAYAN QIGONG  Paul Blakey (885 7594)  Through   a   set  of  ancient   Chinese  exercises learn to strengthen vital energy  while training your mind   The contents of  qigong are varied but they mainly involve  the following aspects   regulation of body  posture, regulation ol mind, regulation of  respiration, self massage and other  movements of the limbs  Davis Bay Elementary Gym  Thursdays until May 21  8:00 pm   9:00 pm  Fee: drop-in $5  NEEDLEWORK STRETCHING  Cindy Buis  Learn to stretch your own needlework lo  the point where it is ready for framing  Save money and have professional looking  results'   Bring your own needlework  Materials available Irom the instructor for a  reasonable tee   Bring a bag lunch  1 Sunday March 29  10 00 am ��� 2:00 pm  Show Piece Frames, Wilson Creek Plaza  Fee:$28  BIRDWATCHING  Tony Greenfield  Birdwatchmg is an ideal pursuit for all ages  and every level ol commitment   The  Sunshine Coast is an excellent place to  pursue this fascinating hobby   You will  learn to identify bird species by sight and  sound. Dress for the outdoors with hiking  or rubber boots  Bring field glasses and a  lunch. Meet at Tyee Wharf.  1 Sunday March 29  9 AM-3 00 pm  Fee:$10  COURSES STILL IN  SESSION SPRING  92  LEARNING ABOUT I.B.M.  Chuck Brown  This course is lor the computer innocent  and will give hands on experience using  the IBM computer as a business tool  Participants will gain confidence by  becoming familiar with the capabilities ot  the IBM  Elphinstone Secondary IBM Computer Lab  4 Tuesdays starting March 3  Fee $42  SETA ��� WORKING WITH 6 ��� S YEAR  OLDS  June Maynard  This course is part of the series that can be  taken for credit for SETA Certification This  course concentrates on the physical.  intellectual, emotional.and social growth of  6 9 year old children and highlights  implications tor program planning Open to  SETA s. parents or anyone working with  children.  Madeira Park Elementary Classroom  12 Thursdays starting February 6  7 00 pm   9 00 pm  Fee $85  BASIC INTERIOR DESIGN  Ahx MacDonald, BID.BFA  Explore   your   design   ideas   with   a  professional in the field of interior design  Product information, furniture arrangement.  lay-out techniques  and  many  other  important topics will be discussed and  analyzed      Come out  and put your  creativity to work,   Bring a notebook and  pen  Elphinstone Secondary Classroom  8 Wednesdays starting February 5  7:30 pm-9:30 pm  Fee: $52  ECE - FOUNDATIONS OF EARLY  CHILDHOOD EDUCATION  Patricia Wray  An introduction and overview of early  childhood education, focussing on societal  issues, historical influences and  contemporary trends which shape  philosophies and approaches to child care  Elphinstone Secondary Room 117  14 Thursdays starting January 30  7:00 pm 10:00 pm  Fee: $169  ���mai CiJdsi News, Maiah 23. 1442  community  robots creek  Expansion or  Roberts  Creek  Elementary  took a  physical step  forward as  loggers  cleared the  adjacent  block last  week.  Joel Johnstone  photo  'Rases take  wore cure  and fuss'  Pensioners celebrate  Paddys Day in style  Gihsons Pensioners of  Brunch Hin celebrated A Greal  Day Fur The Irish at Harmony  Hall Saturday night,  Tin' Hall whs appropriately  decorated in true Irish fashion  wilh multi-green trimmings and  leprechauns.Musical selections  ul jigs, reels and waltzs were  provided hy the Sound Waves.  We danced at a jaunty gait ���  George Williniill kepi us on our  golden lifelines  toes with door prizes, spot  dances, a paid Jones, and would  you believe it, a ladies choice!  Then there were eats: ham,  salads and dinner rolls made hy  the genial hostess Lilie Eidet.  0, Homemade too were the  green ties worn by Jean Roberts  and her partner. Once again the  Gibsons Seniors enjoyed an  active and entertaining evening.  by Imtri-n- Shipley, IM 2215  Roberts Creek is now home lo over a do/en old pri/e-wiiiiiing  roses, pan of a very large collection originating in my great uncle's  garden in Vancouver He was a long lime member ol the Vancouver  Rose Society and winner of many awards for his roses His collection  is in great jeopardy of almost total elimination due lo the beltei part  of the roses lieing thiealened with extinction (lieing plowed under) in      Iheir 50 year old beds in Oueen Elizabeth Faik  Vancouver Parks Board stales that these roses  will not lv destroyed oi returned lo next ol km.  hut will lie moved lo another localion Yet the  Vancouver Sun newspaper continues to print  articles to the contrary.  Some ol these beauties tange liom an apiicot   coloured Silver Chalice, yellow and pink  Chiveree, Pink Ballerina, peach -coloured Com  maud Performance to wild reds such as Red Devil  To add lo their demise, my lather's collection of 4(1 oi so ol these  roses is soon lo lv plowed iindei by backhoe in Biiinahy, when mega  houses ate quickly popping up everywhere, next to the mullet houses  of the -tils ami 50s, Well, 1 had to come to the tescue lo al least as  many as I could haul home in buckets in the hack ot the old pickup  Tiki had. then isn't time for anolhei inn Digging up uioie atea hete  in the Creek is prelty easy, once you've picked all the rocks and houl-  ders. Bul finding a sheltered hot spot in the sun is more difficult.  Try planting a rose, or two or three You won't be disappointed.  There are some really beautiful hybrids and teas on the market al reasonable prices considering the cost of buying plants and shrubs or  trees. Roses take more care and fuss, but they really are worth it, sup  plying fragrant gorgeous flowers from June to sometimes the end of  November in Roberts Creek and elsewhere on the mild West Coast  Watersyde Folke do it again  Watersyde Folke is presenting 'The Stoalers' a Celtic Rock Hand  from Vancouver at a dance at Robeits Creek Hall, Sat., April 4, from  9 lo I. Tickets are available for $10 al Roberts Creek General Suite  Hall cleanup  There will lie a hall cleanup April 11 and 12 starting al noon  Everyone is welcome. Please bring your paintbrushes, rakes, ladders  and hammers  This cleanup is also to show members what needs to lx- done as tar  as repairs are concerned to the hall. Apparently the walls ate to be  beefed up by this fall us the roof is loo heavy and is slowly bul surely  buckling the walls. An offer to do this job for $70,000 has been  received by the hall committee, hut the job will lv put out to lender  Notice to the Public  During any strike action at St. Mary's Hospital,  only urgent cases will be admitted to the hospital  or treated in the emergency room Laboratory and  radiology diagnostic services will also be available  to only emergency and very urgent cases.  It appears a strike will not be called belore March  27, 1992. The hospital will be admitting and  treating the usual range ol cases until a few days  before the 27th. After March 19th elective  admissions will be stopped Only urgent and  emergency cases will be admitted and day care  surgery will be performed.  Laboratory, x-ray, physiotherapy and emetgency  room should be able to provide their usual  services up to March 26th, but not beyond that  date  We anticipate that medical clinics on the Sunshine  Coast may extend their hours ot service to  accommodate patients in need during a stnke  ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL  Sechelt, B.C.  and musl first he approved by the building committee.  by Joyce Ostry,  Hands are needed at crafts  and pompoms. These busy people meet at U:JI) on Thursday  morning, every week. The date  of April 4 is fast coming to us  and that's the dale of the spring  tea and luncheon  May Widtnan tells me there  are a few seats available for the  trip lo Harrison Hot Springs on  April 6, 7 and X. Phone May at  885-5200 for details.  Seniors' representatives will  be at a table in Trail Bay Mall  on March 28. You can get lick-  els on a new rallle and also get  or renew your membership.  I was wheeling through a  book store and I noticed a familiar fare with the name of Spock.  The trip down memory lane  started and as I Hipped through  the pages I saw those familiar  words, "Trust yourself, you  know more than you think you  do."  Since 1 raised my children in  the States and had a pediatrition  who ruled the sick room. I was  very familiar with Dr. S. Dr.  Weib had a list of things that  had to be done before you  phoned the office.  Take the temperature (then  in F), if appropriate a cooling  hath and phone him at his  office. If the fever was above  103 F, irrigate the bowel with  cool water, using an ear syringe.  1 didn't intend to prattle  away at a story. Some additional  information deals with strains  on families today and the importance of being politically active  and rear children "to become  kind co-operative feeling people  - who will not lei iheir jobs distort their lives."  I thought we did thai - we did  and didn't annoy one another  will endless stories of children.  When "I got out", the one thing  I didn't waul lo discuss was  children. Getting oul was also  getting away and Ihis is still  much needed today if moms are  to have any identity of their  own.  The object of the book being  the size it is, is so one can handle the book and the baby as  well.  Murphy's \.a\n    \  States...        1  Youi Sepxlc Tank  will need pumping'.  a Just before a  relative's visit  b During a long  weekend  c Alter you've  had Ihe tugs  cleaned  Defy Murphy's Lmwl  Pump Your Tank Novel  Bonniebrook  Industries  886-7064  ask lor "Murphy"  _  GIBSONS  PARK PLAZA  Congratulations to  Bernadette's  Galleries  mi lltcir  Grand Opening  Saturday March 28  NOW OPEN  ��� Woolworth ��� IGA Plus ��� Froiitruntiers  ��� Sears ��� Atlas Office Solutions Ltd.  Sunshine Coast Insurance Agencies Ltd.  ��� .Bernadette's Galleries ��� Gibsons Pet Food  & Supplies ��� REMAX "top 20" realty  ��� Budget Video & Laser  OPENING SOON  ��� Dar Lebanon Restaurant ���  ��� New China Kitchen ���  ��� Colour Your World ��� Chark-O-Chick  ILEASIN(. INFORMATION e^feU  1-876-3199  z ^ North  767 North Rd.  Gibsons, B.C.  26 Adult Oriented  Single Level  Townhomes  Phase 3&4  Now Selling!  For Mure Information  Please Call:  Twin Oaks  Development Corp.  886-4680  Make the smart buy and get back $35 in cold cash.  i  **  (Offer valid [mm April 110 December 31, 1992).  majtJ  Jon** frMfM hiv�� leu  ���appottU for MMffy.  gg  There are now over IIX) Power Smart energy-efficient refrigerators to choose from. And to help you decide. Hydro is offering a $35 cash rebate.*  When you're shopping for a new fridge, be sure lo ask your .salesperson lo show you the qualifying Power Smart models. A complete list is also  available from your salesperson or local Hydro office. To receive our special Power Smart rebate, fill in the rebate form and  send it with proof of purchase. Your rebate will be on its way hy return mail. And because your new Iridge is Power Smart,  you also get ongoing energy savings. So you save now... and you save later.  'Rebates apply io Canadian purchases wily.  BG hydro  J 10  Coasl V'.sy March 23  1992  DEMO DAY  ONE DAY ONLY  SATURDAY, APRIL 4  10:00 AJVI - 3:00 PM  The  HOMEL1TE  representative  will be here to demonstrate  Lawn ��. Garden Equipment  community  sechelt scenario  h*s3��.  REFRESHMENTS  FREE DRAWS  ttj taaraanrt Watt UVaUOn  St M*U*f*I Hospital 'u\ilur> will be  ha>lding a Cralts Fair in Trail Ra> Mall on  Saturday March H The fair will >iart at  9 30 am and go i'n until 5 Ml pm. A> iisiul. a  Ul ,'t silted peaiple tune worked vers hard to  create ihese item-, sa' now would he i great  tune to pick up that special gilt you've K*en  lOOkMf t,'r  For the ne\l tew weeks the jrtkl<> (he  cnftl potat made >*fll be available 11 Marlee  rwhrrwi >'u Cowrie Street, so it you mi**- ihe  fair in die null sou can still pick up Ht  thing unujue lor yourself or tor someone  ���.pecia! and help a worths cause al ihe SUM  tune  Hone marrow clinic  Just a reminder lh.il a hone m.irr.'.i ,1,'iior  and respiration meeting will be taking place  Monda>. March 23 at 7 30 pm in  Greenecourt Hall on Medusa Street in  Sechelt If enough people show an interest, a  clinic will be arranged for the Sunshine  C DM Fi��r more inbsrtrution contact Vivian  Tepavrten at X.XS.451I8  Sevhelt I leimnur.  The spring tair was an outstanding success. The luck> winner ot the down quilt was  On Onrick Thanks to Sue Thompson and  luhe Hell lor the finished product and to Mr  Metcalfs class for handling the rattle  Festival of tht Written Arts  On April III. 11 and I: the festival will he  runniiig a mallhu|l Ota fiction writing with  l.eon.i Cianii The Matllhllf will concentrate  on developing skills in either the short storv  or the novel Good old Ktxkwiitxl Centre is  where the workshop will lie held  For more  information on this and otlu-i workshops put  on bv the festival pa-ople. call HK*> %31  Parent Kit drop-in  The |-arenl lol drop in is a place for par  ents of voung children lo go when they need  a break It is a place In relax ill and watch  their children at play or to join in It is an  opportunity to meet olhei patenls  For the cliildien ll is a chance lo plav and  socialise with olhei children, or lo have fun  wilh mom or dad In Sechell Ihe drop in  place is Si Hilda's Church hall Irom ���) 3(1 to  11 30 on Mondays There is a small fee for  admission For more info call Sunshine  Coast Cominiinily Services Society al HX.V  58X1  KELLY'S SALES 8. SERVICE  Lrwn(Tiower a Chainsrw  336 2912  Rooms  :oo  ���  PER WEEK  Plus Tax  \mxk  886-2804  * fl.  PENINSULA MOTOR INN  Tough choices are  never easy  B.  "ritish Columbia needs jobs m the  working forest. But we also need to protect  our priceless environmental heritage. We  need to maintain our qualitv of life. And we  need to settle land claims.  That's why the government of British  Columbia has set up the Commission on  Resources and Environment ��� CORE.  Because it is time for leadership to work out  our differences and to resolve the valley-by-  valley conflicts over land use.  Over the next few months CORE will be  asking British Columbians to participate in  an open public process with specific deadlines for making recommendations about  where to log and what to protect.  CORE is your chance to help shape  British Columbia's future. Shouldn't  you be involved?  More information on CORE and the  choices we face is available in a special publication. Focus On Resources & Our  Environment. Watch for it in your mailbox.  It's time to find  common ground.  ^British  Columbia  davrishey  ki Ja-aaam ttiirt, MM���  Nestled amongst the trees oil  Sunpkiiis Risk! in Davis Bay sits  kirkland Centre This is the  home of the Adull Day Care pro  gram, another arm of ihe Sun  shine Coast Home Support  S.vieiv  It is funded hv the BC Mill  islrv of Health and stalfed by a  Coordinator, a registered nurse  and trained program workers.  They offer encouragement,  instruction and support to help  persons participate as fully as  possible in ihe activities and  decisions of daily living  Eligibility to attend the Adult  Day Care Program is determined  bv the Ministry of Health's long  term care program However,  referrals can be made hy family,  physicians, friends or neighbours  The program provides: a hot  lunch and afternoon tea. health  maintenance, basic living skills,  exercises, opportunities to  socialize, crafts, games and outings  The goals are lo assist participants to maintain Iheir independence as much as possible, to  provide opportunities for interaction with others, stimulate and  maintain a positive outlook and  offer family members some free  time from care commitments.  The cost of the program is a  small daily fee for the meal,  materials used in crafts and  activities If possible, participants arrange their own trans  portation, hui if unable lo. the  minibus will transport them for a  nominal charge  The centra is open Tuesday,  Wednesday anil Thursday from  l> 3(1 am In 4 pm II you, or any  one you know is interested,  please call the Coasl Garibaldi  Health Unit al 883-3164 or .Sunshine Coasl Home Support Society at 883*5144.  Happy Birthday  A happy 80th birthday lo  Hazel I.isle who celebrates  Match 26. Everyone is happy  that Hn/el is feeling so much  better and has resumed her  walks, chatting with everyone  she meets. May you have man)  more!  There must lie something life-  giving and invigorating in the air  on the Sunshine Coast We have  so many people in their NIK ami  9(ls here Could it be the o/ones  from the salt air'1 Whatever it is.  it's pure and unadulterated  "When a man drops oul at the  age of SO, people can't say he's  a quitter " W R Motherwell  Baha'i \8/  Faith "TjjV  The Bahal teachings s(x\tk  not only to the spirit of  nun, but the heart...  *  For Information  Call: 886-2078  or885-72S9  CHRISTIAN LIFE ASSEMBLY  'Focme-fK Ctbsr'n-, Onte-. nsral Churih'  School Road opposite R.C M P  Sundav School 9;45 am  Morning Worship 11 00 dm  Sunday Evening Serine 7:00 pm  Phone Church Office ��� 88o-~l07  Pastor Kav Auslm 88h*4844  Youth Pastor ] Moms   8fih-u��-.9  All Are Welcome  AftiliMed with the renfecosta/  4^emh/ies oi Cantdi  THE UNITED CHURCH OF  CANADA  Sundav Worship Smur  GbsoM  GbssforrJ Road n I. m  Sundav School I I 1 5 am  Si. lohn'i  Dj.i*. R.iv Road and  SimpUv. Road 'i 10 am  Sundav School ���*..toam  Reverend Ben Ramses  t'hufih Telephone B864 <J ��  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  SOCIETY  in Greenet uurt Hall  Medusa St., Sechelt  Sundav Servces 11:00 a  A Wtrm Imitation To All  For information please call  885-2506 or 885-3688  ROMAN CATHOLIC  CHURCH  Saturdav  i Ou pm St Marv *.. Catvaom  Sundav  ft 45 am Our Lad* tit Lourdes  9 45 am Hot*. FamtK. Sechelt  11 40 am St Mar. ������ Gibsons  Confosion*  Sechell  1st h 3fd Sat 4 0H-4 10 pm  (ailmtm  :nd A 4th Sat 4 30- 5-00 pm  Telephone fio5-*��5..'6  ST BARTHOLOMEW'S  ANGLICAN CHURCH  Hw> 101 at North Rd. 88n-~4!0  Sening Gibsons A Roberts Creek  Worship & Bible Studv  Wednesday I(k30ani  Parish Family Eucharist  Sundav mm am  The Rev    Esther North  KeUor  b-  ANGLICAN  CHURCH  OF CANADA  St. Hilda'.. Sechell  8:00 am-930 am  SI. Andrew's, Pendei Harboui  11; in urn  IVe Extend a Warm It eh-nine In All  B85-50I9  Rev lune Muffin ��� Rev Pan GfTord  GIBSONS COMMUNITY  FELLOWSHIP  Wehomes Vina *n loin Vs in  Sunda* Worship  Children s Progress 1000.1m  Piaaer 10*30 am  Morning U oialup Sera ice     10:45 am  Sllcimaei Point Road  M6-7049  Past��� Mont) Maclean  h  Ml Coast News, March 2 i, 14S2  11  For a limited time, you can save cash register tapes for yourself. Any tapes dated  between March 1. 1992 and Dec 1. 1992 can be exchanged at our service counter for  a uift certificate, redeemable at any one of the participating, Trail Bay Mall stores.  Vou will receive one $10 Hift certificate for each $5(10 in tapes  Your certificates can lie redeemed for goods or services, any  time prior to Dec 24. 1992. Spend them as you get them or  save them up for a big purchase!  In addition to  the successful  Save-A-Tape  Option 1  Your club or organization collects Shop-Easy cash  register receipt tapes and receives a $20 food voucher  for every $5000 worth of tapes (from the previous  year). Over the years this has been a very successful  fundraiser. If your group isn't already participating  and would like more information phone the service  counter al 885-2025.  These are just a few of the more than 350 specials you'll find in store for you.  Groceries  Nescafe - Rich Blend,  Viva. Columbia ^H  AA  Instant Coffee ��LrIO  150/200g  Tr  Blck's - Sweet Mix, Yum Yum, Polskle ,m m&  Baby Dills 500 ml       m  Maxwell House - Reg/FJne/Extra Fine jam  Ground Coffee 300 g        1^��  Sunlight - Reg/Super Concentrate  Laundry Detergent.sl, 3l  Delmonte - Assorted Varieties  .Pineapple 398 ml  Fantastic - Regular or Refill ni q  Spray Cleaner 700mi.iL attm  Ocean's  Pink .Salmon 213 g  Ingersol - Reg & Skim Process  Cheese Spread 500 g  Nabob Deluxe  Tea Bags 120s  Bakery  tnaia^MHyK  464f  '���*a*a_^_-fa*|  t,,���aa,aa, a,aa<  You can't buy Nabob in die US. - its only available  ia. That's \  in Canada. That's why...  TheBuck fi  StopsHerc!  Buy4,Save$4  On four 300g packs of Nabob Tradition coAHhii*.���^*  (mm)  Ktmm kl M Mm wt rtmsi.  Meat  piif*?*- , ��*Wr  -��� '-���J^r���'���*���'���^P^^*^���������^���*���^^^������**^���***^������P������,���",*  *       i   1     ' ' '  HHtf LM��^, .,..4641 amat  W>*at,,,***t4%,a**4*��a��**Jm%    Of  18        ^kaW  .............  Produce  California  Broccoli    .66kg       m^kW^ktWto  Red or Yellow Israel 4JV7tt  Peppers 6.15 kg dLfl*\b  California ��� Small AA  Navel Oranges A3 kg  ���4B*Wb  California EQ  Cucumbers 1.27 kg -��5#**b  California 4129  CairotS 5 lb bag    Ti^'ea  California or Florida Pink     J�� j *MQQ  Grapefruit    ���*���#   I      ea  Top Sirloin  Steak    7.45 kg  ^>WaW lb  Beef or Beef & Onion ^m amma  Sausage 4.37 kg   ���5,0ib  Made in our store - Pickled ***S*Tt*t>  Corned Beef 6.59 kg asC^ib  Canada Grade A Beef - Boneless  Inside OAQ  Round Roast 7.69 kg O^ib  Schneiders - Reg/Country Maple/  lifestyle Sliced 098  Side Bacon soog    adS     ea  Schneider's - 5 Varieties - Sliced       ja np  Luncheon Meats 175 g     1      ea  Schneider's - 4 Varieties maq  Meat Pies 400g     .al^ea  Grimms - European or Pepperoni     aWkJiga  Weiners 7.67 kg 0^��ib  Fresh ���*��-9Q  C0d FilletS 7.3t5kg MaW^lb  Our Recycling Depot is Open  9:30 ��� 5:30  Everyday Except Holidays  6O0off  Any Deli Item  Limit one per customer  Offer Expires March 29. 1992. 12  toast News. Match 2 i. I*ll��2  SYLVIA  community  Make the Sylvia /xtrt  o/ your Vancouver adventure...  Double From $58  Featuring "Sylvia's Restaurant &t Bistro"  ( Iti'r/ooia:iiijj \',,'iuniii i ��� \ /���ni'/nri Ba*i  On the Beaeh at 11->4 Gilford 6Ki-*>��:i  'Kenmar  'Draperies  &  NEEDUCRAFI SUPPIIES  383*2274  BUILDING  SUPPLIES  HARBOUR  BOAT TOPS  883-2929  ToftS, Imps h Covert  Upholstery & Repairs  NEED  THIS  SPACE?  CALL DENISE AT  885-3930  ,J   MARINA  PHARMACY  1UU-2H88  lofm Henry's  MARINA  TOTAL SHOPPING  7 DAYS A WEEK  All Chevron Products  883-2253  TAFFY'S  Family Clothing Store  & Lotto Centre  10X.OFF FOR ALL SENIORS  Mnclcirn Park Centre  MADEIRA  MARINA  883-2266  RECREATION  Pender Harbour  Golf Course  Visitors Welcome  1 2 M. North ol Garden Bay Rd.,  Hwy 101 883-9541  Pender  Harbour  Legion  ij) Branch 112  " Members & Quests  Always Welcome  Telephone 883-9632  Pndii ib,h��,. ik      885-2630  LIVE BAH ��� TACKLE SHOP  CONVENIENCE .STORE  NEED  THIS  SPACE?  CALL DENISE AT  885-3930  Pender Harbour's ONLY  Full Line Sporting Goods Store  Francis Penensula Place  Coiner ol Sunshine Coasl Hwy. & j Madeira Park Fun Hritisp  Francis Peninsula Hd 883-27M   i "-**uc*r** ram r Wl MOUSe  Fun fur the whole fttmlh  CONTRACTING  MOBILE HOMES  NEW AND USED  INSTANT HOUSING  883-9338 OR 580*4321  CALL COLLECT  TPAYSAWEEK  883-9880  HAIRDRESSERS  ROOFING  Kleindfate'  Tar fi Gravel, Shakes, Shingles,  Metal Roofs. Torch On, Durolds  883-9303  v matrix  Peninsula Power  & Cable Ltd.  High and low voltage power lines  Outdoor Sub-Stations  883-2218  Ceil. 7111  Miss Siinm's  HAIR KOITIQIIR  KX.V27I*>  SERVICES  Hugh W. Jones  LAWYER  883-9525  R<gy Hansen Trucking I  & Contracting  Gravel, Clearing  Septic Systems  883-9222  DINING  /&*  I'nii    wmi'ifrnait Hpiimiid'it i Mimrayp  Air CftUtttl    Friliin.j Chart mi    Hint unman  Pub Restaurant  8832674 883-9919  NEED  THIS  SPACE?  CALL DENISE AT  885-3930  Pender Harbour  Realty  883-9525  FAX:88Wi24  harbour watch  by JJCJlyn Wnc-mt, U3-2M0  Bvan though grip has came  a Km); way the group still has a  way tn go baton I proper recycling depot can lx- run smoothly  in our area  Though CRIP can now apply  lor gram funding, they would  like lo he recognized as a sixi-  ci\ by Victoria. It is still wide  ciileil In llie community and the  regional Ixianl what to do with  the present dump Even il our  dump area is to remain as a  depot, powet must Ik' set up to  run some of the recycling  machinery thai would lv ueces  sary io maintain a controlled  dumpiite, cost and volunteer  help is crucial  AnolhiT question lhat Ii.mills  the group is where and how to  transit-! the packed recycled  material ll >ou have any ideas  ot would like lo donate help in  any way, please contact the  group member! or attend their  next meeiing which will he  posted at a later dale in litis column  I'ooi update  The Pender Harbour Aquatic  and Fitness Centre is now  accepting registrations for its  spring program on Saturday,  March 21 Irom 2 lo 4 pm. You  may also want lo register for the  upcoming Wellness Workshop  on nutrition 'To Eat Or Not To  Eat', featuring Dania Matiation  (KMI>i on March 2R from 10  am lo 4 pm The total cost will  lx- $40  Library news  The Pender Harbour  Library's annual meeting will  he held on March ,t| in Ihe  library in Madeira Park The  public is most welcome to  attend the meeting al I 111 pm  Volunteers are still very much  needed for just a couple of  hours per month. If you are  interested please phone either  Blanche al XX.t %56 or Maude  at 883 III" The library is open  Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday irom 1:30 to 3*30 pm.  Thanks from the sea scouts  A special thanks goes out to  Mel Campbell lor his contribution of gas and the use of his  boal Also lo (ierry Matheson  lot taking the Sea Seoul', oul on  his Ixial when Ihey gol Invested  and, oh yes, lor Ihe welcomed  refreshments!  As tlu- tide i lianas  Happy belated birthday to  Barb at Taffy's. You're looking  great  Tree bulls pines are one of  the oldest native trees, with  cones taking three years lo ri|x-n  and produce seeds  Pender Harbour maps are on  sale al various locations  throughout the llaiboui  Until next week - be gixxl to  yourself.  This young lady having her face painted was one of many  excited children who invaded Rockwood lodge to take  advantage of clowns, crafts, and entertainment offered at this  year's Kid's Fair, an annual spring break event.    Jane Seyd photo  by Lynn MtM, 883-1188  I didn'l know Vi Beriil/eu personally, but I do know that she was very  instrumental in keeping the community happening, vi put a lot of good  energy into the ladies' leas and bake sales, raising lots of money and gixxl  reelings. She was a down lo earth woman that a lot of |X'ople looked up  to and she will be missed vet) iiiii.h by everyone  Attention wee folks! Eu-iy Tuesday at II) am we are gathering at the  school io play singsongs and generally jusl lo have fun together. Bring  some snacks along ttxi!  II you're interested in helping some hatchery raised salmon fry reach  the deep blue sea, call Billy Giiltilh as 1 hear he can use some help.  Happy Birthday  Happy March birthdays lo Lima Noble, Chlix' Angus, Charlie Angus,  Cheryl l.eisman, Star Craig, Diana Bryant, Doug Williams, Heather  Fearn, lohn Seabnxik, Julie Ciaig, Jasmine Chandler, Jaye Josephson,  Kami Hunt and Wendy.  Happy anniversary to Shell ic and Walt Higgins  Is it true thai there are wedding lulls in the air A and B? I'm happy for  you Iwo!  Just the thing  for spring  Shop  gardening notes  Thrifty's  HELP THE  Donations    606 2488 or Bon 596  New Offerings  Gas Fitters Course, North Campus  ��� "B" or "C" Ticket  ��� 5 weekends: April 4 & 5,11 & 12,25 & 26,  May2&3,9&l0  ��� Hours from 9 am to 6 pm  ��� Course Fee: $560 (textbooks extra)  ��� Please register by March 30.  Educational Assessments  We are repeating the series of free educational  assessments which we provided last term  People who are planning to attend a training  program at Capilano College or elsewhere can  have their skill level in the following areas  tested: reading, spelling and vocabulary skills,  vocabulary and language usage.  March 27,11 am - 3 pm (break for lunch)  South Campus.  CAPILANO  COLLEGE     S627 mitt Avmw ��� Sechelt. VON 3*0 ��� 885-9310  by Marguerite  This is one of the most Ix-au  liful months in the garden with  spring blossoms and new leaves  bursting forth, which Uplifts  one's spiril. It's a time for many  tasks.  Newly planted flowct  seedlings can he fed with a solu  tale plant food to encourage  growth and flowering. Fuchsias  can be tip-pruned to produce  bushier plants. Pol-bound  indoor plants should he repot  ted now after trimming off dead  or damaged roots into a good  polling mix.  Sow inn annuals  Water well then fertilize Iwo  weeks later. Sow tender annuals  inside, planting out hardy atinu  als the end of the month.  Last chance to spray trees  and roses wilh dormant strength  fungicide, Prune roses afler the  15th, also old hedges. An all  purpose rose granular fertilizer  of 6-12 14 wilh Ihe trace elements should be applied to your  loses.  Sow under glass, tomatoes  and plant strawberries, onions,  spinach, parsnips, chard and  early |xilat(X's.  Rake in a complete fertilizer  before plain ing vegetable seeds  or plants and feed rhubarb liquid  fish manure.  The Gibsons Garden Clttl  meeting is Thursday, March 7)  in the Marine Room below the  library. Mr. J. Hill from the  Ministry of Agriculture will  speak on "Pest Diseases and  Control", and "Preparation of  Showing Fruit and Vegetables."  Everyone welcome.  Coast Volunteer Action  Centre changes name  Volunteer Action Centre has changed its name to the Sunshine  Coast Volunteer and Information Centre.  The word 'action' is confusing, says program coordinator Nancy  Baker. "More and more we are an Information source for the community. Tlte public wants to know about an agency or organization and  they call community services."  The volunteer centre has been handling most of these calls and in  the last year has printed an information directory. "We are not competing with the chamber of commerce, for we refer lo the chambers  for business or tourism Information, but the change acknowledges the  amount of time we spend answering community information calls."  Baker says.  " People nav be different on the outside,  but they are no different on the inside"  -JualwlHUii. tfrll  Our children are called the future. They come  into our world full of innocence and hope until  they are taught to distrust and, sometimes, even  to hate. Racists are made, not born.  Parents can teach iheir children to understand  the value of compassion, respect and  understanding of others. Or, they can sow the  seeds of intolerance, bigotry and cruelty - the  things that divide a society and keep us apart.  Racism exists in many forms and can be  found everywhere in Canada. March 21 is the  International Day for the Elimination of Racial  Discrimination. /\nd it is Canada's /\nti-Racism  Day, a time for us all to join the fight against  inequality.  Let's work together with our families and  friends to break down the barriers that divide  us. .Let's set an example for our children and  help create a world free of prejudice and  discrimination.  Let's bring back the hope of a better tomorrow  and make it real because...  IfyefldwNif  Rack  ��� whifill?  a*aBttMMMM  ���MMSMMMMliM  M^MMMtiMiMtifeiMMfli  ���I Coast News, M.irth 2J, 14*12  U  leisure  Spira completes two-year art project,  launching limited edition books  byUoMlTmdtl  Milestone in an artist's life  may lv remembered as a particularly large solo show, or a  commissioning of a piece ol  work by an ini|xirtaut figure in  the art world. In Maurice  Spin's case It's a book.  Two versions ate        available The first,  35 signed and numbered limited edition  Ixxiks, hand bound in  leather and linen  These contain 27  black and white  prints, 13 colour  linoleum prints. Is  paintings,   plus   a       hand nibbed print wwn in  The second is a (trade)  paperback edition ol only l,(MHI  copies, wilh the same content!  less the hand-rubbed prim The  9 by 12 inch formal is mar-  velously printed  'I'm not really  trying to  educate the  masses.'  ��� Maurice Spirit  the quality of the reproductions.  This project was almost Iwo  years in the making. The intro  duclion lo the hook is by David  Lomas, of Courtauld Institute of  Art, London, England, who  drawl upon the politically  engaged elements in Spira's art:       social realism and  surrealism.  Maurice Spira  was born in England in 1944 and  studied at art  school in Kent.  "I was fortunate  in receiving some  of the last classical      training in art."  Emigrating lo Canada in  1966, Spira gives accounts of  his Involvement with radical  politics iii Montreal, during  which he held a variety of jobs,  liom working in a lie factory, to  assisting a window dresser who  Member ol  ALLIED. .  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It  was not until 1973, when he  met the artist Richard Telrault,  that a revelation occurred.  He saw him sitting outside  and simply painting. Spira was  astonished at the naturalness of  the concept of painting direct  from nature.  After travel and painting in  Mexico he settled in Vancouver  and eventually moved to  Roberts Creek 10 years ago.  Dry Gulch, Lover: Punk,  Recently and Man..., The Waffle Head Shroud, are some of  the titles of images in the Ixiok  The elements of social commentary and aesthetic interpretation, are for Spira, of equal  importance.  "One should compliment the  other and they should move as a  whole. I'm not really trying to  educate the musses, although,  some of the work is undeniably j  didactic and satirical in nature,  utilizing as il does some quite  bizarre imagery."  A launch of the books will  take place Thursday, March 26,  at Exposure Gallery in Vancouver from 5 to 10 pm. On display  will be one of the limited editions, some of the original work  and the paperback edition,  which sells for $35.  NOW      A   V   A   I   I    A   I.   I    I  XKkfcv  V  DESKTOP  USERS '  l J  Get top quality computer output  right here on the Coast.  Y  V  _ou can get the very best in output from your desktop computer by using  our new Linotronic 200 Imagesetter and Howtek Scanmaster II technology.  The Linotronic 200 will provide amazing typesetting quality output  of text or illustration from your Macintosh or IBM/PC. Tnis will  make all your final work look the very best it possibly can.  Our Scanmaster II can provide B&W or colour scans in either continuous  tone or bitmap configurations. With our scanning capabilities the sky is  the limit as far as your creative horizons are concerned.  Take advantage of our state-of-the-art computer hardware for all  your quality output needs. You can't beat the convenience or  our superb service.  For details and further information please call and ask for Roger.  886-8755  VISA  GLASSFORD  PRESS  DESIGN STUDIOS  Lionel Trudel photo  Two days later Saturday,  March 2K, a similar presentation  will be featured at the Sunshine  Coast Arts Centre from 2 to 4  pm.  The books will lie available  through book stores on the Sunshine Const and in Vancouver.  west coasi natural  wild ate exotic flowers  unique arrangements  dried or fresh  wedding consultations  available  ��� we deliver ���  Marine Dr., Qlbsons  urn In llinkMili' I'liatiiuicy  Call Janice  886-7435  OGIANT  the fni /vA Hinhti hoi  in the  city...  on the  HOaW���i...  Raan<yHoad Bikes  or in the mountains...  Giant "takes your  cycling seriously.  Giant bicycles are  designed, engineered  and crafted to be your  precisely right choice.  They're easy lo ride,  easy to enjoy and easy to afford... Let us help you choose  the one that lits your cycling needs.  Starting at $279.95  RAVENS CRY  THEATRE SOCIETY  for the performing arts  Carla Dodek  performing piano selections  from Mozart, Schubert,  Ravel and Debussy  Saturday, March 28  8:00 pm ��� Tickets: $10.00  **��.  KI0S COMPANY  presents  Claire De Lune  West Vancouver  Community Adult  Concert Band  Sunshine Coast Arts Council  Presents  Lyn Vernon  In Concert Sunday, April 26  For your convenience you now can purchase  tickets at Reflections in Madeira Park  883 2545  and Sayward Books in Gibsons-886-3626  Call box office for information: 885-4673 NEW?  On the Coast  Baby  Bride or bride to be  Have we visited YOU yet?  We have Gilts to welcome you.  CALL  US!  Helen Milburti        886-8676      Huth Bulpit 885-5847  Nan Nanson 886-3416      Rosemane Cook 885-5821  leisure  Dining guiDE  Your guide to the finest in area dining  a listing of restaurants ad rubs  Featured Restaurant of the Week  &a/e Ptewiat  Coast Bistro  Espresso Bar  Daily Specials  Everything made fresh on the premises.  Call 885-9962 to book our Catering service.  Monday to Saturday 9AM to 5PM. Closed Sundays.  Teredo Square, Sechelt  FAMILY DINING  Andy's Restaurant - Lunch and dlnnei  special every day. Every Wednesday  nil'hr is hinif Kil) Niylil  House speu.il-  tiw include veal dishes, steaks, seafood,  pasta, |��/./,i. IIi.ii food and lots nt M.W  dishes. Don't miss Andy's pieat Brunch  Butfel every Sundav (torn 11 am - 2:30  pm Hwy 101, Gibson, 886*3388, Open  Sunday and Monday 11   am - 9 pm,  Tuesday - Saturday 11 am - io pm  The Boat House - Just a terry ride away  in beautiful Honeshoe Bay, offering daily  choices of fresh and flash ttozen seafood  from rhe West, East and Gulf Coasts as  well as a variety of other Specialties, Join  us after 5 pm for dinnet or for OUI spectacular Sunday Brunch, served between  10:30 am and I pin. Friendly service in a  relaxed atmosphere and fabulous meals  are jusl some ot (he reasons you'll keep  coming back If you have an important  rendezvous or a ferry ro catch, please let  us know and we'll make the necessary  accommodations For reservations call  921-8188. All major credit cards accepted  Clfe Pierrot ��� Comfortable atmosphere  with warm, helpful staff. Hometaide pastas, quiches and daily specials arc all prepared with the freshest ingredients - both  healthful and delicious Out whole wheat  bread and scrumptious desserts are baked  fresh daily, on the premises. Outside dining, take out orders for (he beach and cap-  puciuo ate available. The Coasts s  bistro .as unique as (he Coast itself.  Monday to Saturday, 9 am ��� 3 pm. Closed  Sunday. Teredo Square, Sechelt. Phone  ahead for your lunch! 883-996*2  Coast Club Cafe - Bright, open, casual  dining for breakfast and lunch. Fresh is  (he order of (he day tor all of our menu  items Big burgers, pasta dishes, Mexican  specials, sandwiches, salads and a variety  of daily features Wilh a European flair,  the Coast Club Cafe offers dining at reasonable prices Open from 6 am daily.  Join us for weekend bninch S319 Whart  Ave., Sechell, 885-9344. Visa,  Mastercard and American Express accept*  ed - seating for 60  Haid-A-Way Restaurant - Bring the  whole family ami join us for great dining  at the Haitl-A-Way Restauran! in Gibsons  Molor Inn on Hwy 101 at Park Rd Out  friendly, helpful Mali ami warm, pleasant  atmosphere will add to your enjoy mem of  our excellent breakfast, lumh ami dinner  menu, which includes a children's section. We're open Mori - Ttiut*. 330 am to  8 pm. Fri - .Sal V30 - 9 pm aas .Sunday  5 30 am - 8 pm Out Sunday buffet (11  am - 2 prni features a scrumptious salad  bar, with a huge selection of hoi ami cold  dishes and desserts Eli to your heart's  Content Reservations 886-4501 35 seals  phis banquet muni  The Omega Pizza, Steak and Lobster  House - With a perfect view of Gibsons  Marina, and a good time atmosphere, the  Omega is a people-watcher's paradise  You'll often see Bruno Gerussi, former  star of the Beachcombers, dining here.  Menu includes pizza, pasta, steaks and  seafood Steaks and seafood are theii specialties Banquet facilities available Very  special children's menu. Reservations recommended. Located in Gibsons Harbour  al 281 Gower Point Rd. 836-2268. Open  for lunch Mon. - Fri., 11:30 - 2:30; dinner  daily 4 - 9 pm, Fri. A Sat., 'til 10 pm.  Village Restaurant - Coxy family style  cafe with an extensive menu featuring  special pasta dishes, steak and seafood  dinners. Come in and check out our daily  lunch and dinner specials or have break-  fas! anytime. Saturdays arc Prime Rib  nights, Fully licenced. Open 7 days a  week, Mon. - Thurs., 7 am to 8 pm; Fri.,  Sat & Sun , 7 am lo 9 pm. 5665 Cowrie  Street, Sechelt. 885-9811. Visa &  Mastercard accepted  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Creek House - Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated yei  casual atmosphere. We serve tack of  lamb, duck, crab, clams, scallops, steaks,  also daily specials. Reservations recommended Roberts Creek Road and Beach  Avenue . 885-9321. Open 6 pm. Closed  Mondays A Tuesdays. Visa A  Mastt'tcaid 40 seats,  The Whart - Open for breakfast, lunch  and dinner seven days a week.  Breathtaking ocean view and sunsets  ttom every table. Continental cuisine and  seafood ai its best Sunday Brunch from 8  am - 2 pm Fully licenced and air  conditio ned. Dinner reservations recommended. Hwy. 101, Davis Bay. 883-7283.  Backeddy Put) - Enjoy the natural beauty  of Jetvis Intel while tasting one of our  many homestyle specialties in Ihe pub; or  the casual surroundings of our family  restaurant, Our "Skookum Burger" is a  challenge to the biggest appetite.  Backeddy Pub - located 1/2 mile north of  Egmont on Maple Road  Cedars Neighbourhood Pub - Great  food every day all day. Appetizers and  full menu along with leirific daily specials, available til 9 pr.i every night  We're known fot our greal atmosphere  ami good times Sun - Thurs. open 'til  midnight, Fri A Sat open 'lit I am. Visa,  Mastercard and reservations accepted.  886-8171  Irvine's 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 Iwo, $30 We're now  open Wettnesday through Sunday, 12  noon till II pm with our kitchen open  Irom noon rill 8 pm Pender Harbour,  883-1143, Mastercard A Visa. Fully  In em til  FINE DINING  Blue Heron Inn - Enjoy the view of East  Porpoise Hay from your table at die Blue  Heron Inn, located on ihe waterfront al  POflDQUje Bay  Relax and enjoy a superb  dining experience, Reservations are  required (or dinner Wintet hours Wed -  Sun , Lunch II am - 2 pm, dinner 3 pm.  885-3847  The Terrace at Bonniebrook - The  Terrace at Bonniebrook, offers superb  West Coasl cuisine in a picturesque and  relaxing lodge selling   We offer fresh  local BC food, expertly prepared In a varied menu of appetizers, entrees nnd  desserts Follow Gower Point Road to  Ocean Beach Esplanade Look for spring  re-opening announcement  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Ernie & Gwen's Drive In - Take out, or  delivery. Pizza, dinners, salads, burgers,  chicken, desserts, drinks, ice cream Free  home delivery within 4 miles, after 5 pm  only, on $10 minimum orders. Small  charge for orders under $10. Hwy, 101.  Gibsons. 886-7813.  I  Classical pianist to play Raven's Cry  ('.iii.ia Ii, 111 pm mst Cull  Dodek, playing .11 the Raven's  Cry Theatre Saturday, March  28, has performed throughout  the United Slates, Switzerland,  England and Canada as soloist,  recitalisl and in cIi.iihIh'i ensem  hies  She has also puticlptted in  the As|H'ti, Banll, Kneisel Hall  and Brneil Musikdorf Music  Festivals Her teachers have  included Robin Wood, Gvorgy  Scliok. Amu Balsam, and liihn  Perry ami she holds live degrees  including a Doctor ot Musical  Aits degree from Rice University  Dodek has received nuiiier  011s awards and scholarships  such as first prize of the North-  wi'si Young Artist Competition  and grants front the BC Cultural  Foundation, Vancouver Foundation and the Victoria Arts  Council.  award was one of two Canada  Council grants which took her  to Paris lo study works of Ravel  (and some Debussy) with Vlado  Perlemuter, who studied all of  Ravel's works with the composer himself.  first performance of some of  these works by Dodek since her  intensive studies wih Perlemuter.  Dodek recently moved to  Vancouver where she resides  Perhaps her most memorable The 8 pm concert marks the       with her husband  Sotheby's appraises heirlooms  Ever wondered if great aunt Agnes' spoon collection is actually worth something'' Or how about  that dusty o!.i ceramic vase discovered under the  cellar stairs?  Well, here's an opportunity to get an expert opinion lor a very reasonable price - Sotheby's is back  tor a repeat performance of the Vancouver Art  Gallery's (VAG) Heritage Discovery Days March  27,28 and 29.  You're welcome to bring in such ohjels d'arl as  paintings (Canadian and European), decorative arts  (glass, silver, china, furniture), antique and modem  jewelry and Oriental art. A verbal appraisal by a  qualified Sotheby's representative costs $10 and the  funds collected from the three day event go lo  boosting the VAG's volunteer committee's coffers.  on the arts heat  Wednesday, March 25 at 8 pm, Lale Summer Blues continues  the Winter Film Series at the Arts Centre. The film is sel in 1970,  during Ihe war in Sinai It concerns four Israeli youth whose first  summer after graduation is spent under the spectre of their  impending military service. A poignant, powerful first feature by  director Kenen Schorr.  Literary reading  Friday, March 27 at 8 pm, Literary reading by Trysh Ashhy-  Rolls front her book Triumph, A Journey of Healing From Incest.  Trysh records her courageous journey toward health and wholeness. It is a challenging, painful, harrowing - ultimately exhilarating journey from realization through denial, shame, anger and  revenge toward a plateau of peace and self-love.  Come and hear this remarkable woman, an author who writes in  vivid word pictures and who tells her story lo give meaning and  hope to others who have had the same experience.  New film explores  native land struggle  OFFICE SOLUTIONS LTD.  atlas one atlas too  BANK OF MONTREAL BLDG. GIBSONS PARK PLAZA  5511 WHARF ST. SECHELT 1100 HWY 101, GIBSONS  885-4489 ��� 885-4696 (FAX) 886-8989 ��� 886-4878 (FAX)  Time Immemorial, a new  film by acclaimed author and  film-maker Hugh Rrody, tells  the story of how the Nisga'a  Indians of Northwestern BC  have struggled for 130 years to  resolve the Land Question with  the federal and provincial governments.  Time Immemorial will air  publicly for the first time later  this month on Knowledge Network.  Poignant anil powerful,  Brody's full-colour documentary shows the patience, initiative and goodwill of a people  who had been systematically  disenfranchised and forced to  live on postage stamp-sized  reserves.  Set in the wild Nass River  valley, the film shows how the  Nisga'a never stopped fighting  for rightful ownership of their  traditional territory and culture.  In their own words, Nisga'a  elders tell how they not only  survived - bul flourished -  despite structural forces of  genocide.  Time Immemorial was well-  received at the 1991 Vancouver  Film Festival and at Toronto's  1991 Festival of Festivals. Part  of Knowledge Network's series  Native Indians, Images of Reality, Time Immemorial will be  shown Wednesday, March 25 at 8  pm, and Monday, March 30 at 10  pm.  The film was written and  directed by Brody, a transplanted  Englishman who now lives in  Vancouver part of the year.  Brody's non-fiction works  include Maps and Dreams and  Living Arctic, and a new novel,  Means of Escape, has just been  published.  Gibsons Legion  Branch #109  the duo1  juot^clV  iw  Saturday AHwnoona  Wednesday Evenings  f�� CRIB  fi*        Saturdays  MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME  886-241 1  I* "a,  UMMM  -.���-^-^���.-1   .---A^-SLa*  mmm  ���MM C(��st News, March 23, 1992  15  Members of the Trail  Bay Sports mountain  bike team from left to  right. Geoff Gillies, Guy  Bullen, Kob Vasarians,  and Cymbol \\ells Ihe  radii}; season will be  starting soon and these  intrepid cyclists will be  attempting to bring  trophies home to the  Coast from around the  province.  Roller blade hockey coming to Sechelt  Trail Hay Sports will lie  s|Hinsoring a roller blade hock  ey league in Sechell this sum  titer, with drop in games being  ployed ai the Sechell Arena.  Qord Clayton of Trail Bay  Sporls said he was surprised by  the community's response lo the  "Wl [ERE CJUALIIYCOMlvSI IRST"  BAIT AND BLOWN  I'NVIKONMI'.NIALLY FRIENDLY  CELLULOSE  WINATTOP  0 886 8741  Man  Time Ht. Ft.  2:30 10.1  23    7:40 13.7  MO    2:50 3.8  10:15 13.8  Fri   Time Ht.FI.  1:55 13,7  27    8:00 10.8  FR  11:15 11.2  6:50 5.5  Tun Time  HI. Ft.  3:30 10.8  24    8:10 13.0  TU    3:40 4.3  11:35 13.6  Sat   Time Ht. Ft.  2:40 13.8  28    8:50 10.1  SA  12:55 11.2  7:50 5.7  Wed Time HI. Fl.  4:45    11.3  25    8:50     12.4  WE    4:35      4.8  Sun   Time HI. Ft.  3:15  9:25  2:15  8:45  13.8  9.2  114  58  Thuii Tlma Ht. Ft.  12:50 13.6  26    6:30 11.3  TH    9:45 11.7  5:40 5.3  REFERENCE: POint AtkinSOn     For Skookumchuk Nirrowiidd  1 hr. 40 mln. plui 5 mln. (or each ft. of rlu  and 7 mln. for aach ft. ot fall  Pacific Standard Time  Tide Tables courtesy of  PRONTO'S  FINE DINING RESTAURANTS  Gibsons ��� HHiVHl.lH Sechelt ��� 885-1919  idea. "I was originally looting  10 gel the names of SO interested  |H'ople," Clayton said last week,  "so I could make a presentation  to the arena management" He  said he had to stop taking names  after 1(1(1 people expressed  interest  Roller blades, a cross  between roller skates and ices  skates, are the latest sport craze.  Clayton said rules for roller-  blade hockey were being prepared but he didn't think the  league would gel to the point of  having structured teams.  'It's a mild slap at  council... It's to  show them that the  arena doesn't only  have to lose  money.'  "It will probably remain a  drop in league," he said.  Clayton said the season will  start at the end May and could  run through August with a set  fee of around $40 a month for  kids and $50 for adults. Drop in  lees would be $4-45 dqllars for t  kids, $7 tor aduWaiid activf ���  ties would take place twice a  week.  Clayton added, however, that  despite the apparent popularity,  this could lie the only year roller  hockey will be played at the  arena.  He said the facility's management is looking al insulating  ihe building to keep ice all year  round.  Clayton said the idea behind  the roller blade league was to  make money for the arena and  to demonstrate that all the current talk of arena cutbacks and,  perhaps, the closing of the  arena, were not well founded.  "It's a mild slap at council,"  Clayton said. "It's to show them  that the arena doesn't only have  to lose money ... 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Author Trysh Ashliy Kolls lalks with host Eleanor   Mae aliinil her  Imok "Triumph",  Thursday  March  26 ,1992  7:00  E.S.P,   T.V.   Cable   Connections  This month's special edition newsmagazine from the Elphinstone  broadcasting students looks at a variety of interesting topics.  KSTSaJf!?*" WITH COAST FORD  Schedule courtesy of: ani-urn  remember when  5 YEARS AGO  Environmentalist Carole  Rubin is in Ottawa this week  for the National Conference  on the new Environmental  Protection Act.  Gordon Wilson told local  reporters that he will be officially announcing bis candidacy for the provincial  leadership of the Liberal  Party.  Tree-topping causes a row  in Gibsons as neighbours of  Alderman Bob Maxwell  were up in arms when tree  toppers began working on  trees on Franklin Road  which are to be topped to a  30-foot height.  These trees are on park  land and apparently are dropping needles on Maxwell's  house.  10 YEARS AGO  Chairman of BC Ferries,  Stu Hodgson, confirms that  the introduction of a jumbo  ferry to the Sunshine Coast  run will probably mean loss  of jobs from the two ferries  now servicing the Coast.  Construction of the new  breakwater in Gibsons Harbour has begun.  However, Mayor Lorraine Goddard reports that  nothing "has been signed by  the village" in connection  with the new municipal  marina.  Sunshine Coast  HCES  DIRECT  To Mat your bwtnaas withwm  MpMtiaV ��� '���'  CALL THE COAST NEWS  SPOT-LESS PAINTING  & WALL PAPERING  ��� Professional Workmanship *  * Quality Materials * Reasonable Rates *  Free Estimates ��� 883-9843   -      ,Af����i  ~"(>M( ' ' Suit Witter Licences ut-JftV  ' Mold f, (iiiupslles ' Wnlei r.ixi *^  ' Marine Repairs       'lie,mil r.uklc        B8.V2'(,t> J  fm��  nr���.  Your Full Floor Covering Store  "Quality 6 Service Willi n Friendly Smile'  Free Eslimale ��� 885-3966 ��� Tom Styles  56OT SunaMw Call ttwy . Sechaa vnN3A0  n��RECISE PAINTING & PLASTERS  > All Pluses of Drywall  ��� Complete Custom Painting  ��� Fire & Water Damage  ��� Journeyman Workmanship  Neale  886*928 FmEatimtm  Vance  88691997  8���  >uccaneer>  Marina is/ Resort Ltd  I ociled in Secre! Cove 685-7888  MARINE SPECIALISTS 21 years  PARTS - SALES ��� SERVICE -REPAIRS  K & C Thermoglass &  Cobra Boats now  lo-Stock  "outboards"  .V^kaW  TILE  Contour ^eiian ltd.  673 Payne Rd.. Qlbsofts 886-319t  Beckett  A VII' Store  Furniture Land  Highway 101, Bur 2549. Sechell. B C VON .1AI1  Telephone (604) H85-5756 ��� Tm (604) 885 ?75G  Iff you w��:r<; ;ic1i/<��i*tlslnc|  Inn  you'd in: i ��'��i*Iiih| ,iliout  yotir%t��lf - And so would  Hviiryboily el-s<*  COTTRELL'S MARINE SERVICE  ffflff  SCELLANEOUS SERVICES  STIHL  CHAINSAWS  & TRIMMERS  Kl  MY  Sales and Service  731 North Road, Gibsons ��� 886-2912  LANDSCAPING  Gpa-fiig Sln'i Sp/tuttg  TJlic (faastt QtiOWS 'dtftqft  3('ir'Uim^7Jo CaQt  THE IAWM MOWER GUY  <FQH LAWN ft GARDEN MAINTENANCE)  17 YEARS EXPERIENCE  Vcall RICK 885-9864/  Mayor Bud Koch threatens to take the dispute  between the Village of  Sechelt and the SCRD over  the ownership of the sewer  system directly to Municipal  Affairs Minister Bill Vander  Zalin.  15 YKARS AGO  The removal of the Queen  of Tsaw"asset! from the Langdale run in the winter  months, leaving only the  Queen of New Westminster  in service, has ferry workers  concerned. The removal of  one ship means the loss of 28  jobs, and the loss of an annual payroll of a quartet of a  million dollars.  25 YKARS AGO  Since May of 1963 many  obstacles have been overcome by the Gibsons/Port  Mellon pool committee. The  pool, to cost $22,500 could  be constructed and in use by  July of this year (1967) and  covered by the fall.  35 YKARS AGO  George Jackson, 68, of  the former logging firm of  Bums and Jackson died of a  heart attack while returning  from a bull sale in Kamloops.  George, along with his  brother Al Jackson who  wrote Loggers' Tales and  Robert Burns, village clerk  in Gibsons, formed the Bums  and Jackson company, later  sold to MacMillan Bloedel.  45 YEARS AGO  Gibsons School Board has  approved a new four-room  school for Madeira Park. The  building will have a basement with a kilchen and  community room for children and parents.  TR. Godfrey of Gibsons  has purchased tlte 42-foot  tdg Ms Atagi No. 3 for general towing and pulpwood  operations.  [ GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE  Custom Cutting ��� Planing  Bevel Siding ��� Posls & Beams  Chris Napper 886-3468  R.R.M, S6, C78,  UDMwoni, B.C. VON 1V0  S & G TREE SERVICE  Topping ��� Trimming 'Pruning * Brush Chipper  it*. Danger Treo Removal  Bonded and Insured ��� 20 Years Experience  865-3897  Coast News, March 23, 1992              17  ^ff TERMINAL          1  J       Forest Products Ltd.  LOG  BUYING     f  STATION  Competitive Prices  Camp Run  CEDAR -FIR - HEMLOCK  886-7033  weatherdek  Waterproof vinyl for  Sundecks  ��� ���    ���  ��� ���    ���  Custom Aluminum Railings  WERE MOVING TO  LARGER PREMISES, TO  SERVE YOU BETTER  watch for us!  For Quality Products  & Workmanship  DONE RIGHT THE FIRST TIME!  jgn^tH^^tgn^i  Showroom ��� 67} Payne Rd., Gibsons    Hours ��� Mon-Fri. 9-4.-J0  886-3191 STEPHEN VlRAG  Because  Children  It's New!  It's Simpler!  It's Fairer!  It's More Generous!  It's More Responsive!  It's Easier!  It's Up to You!  The Proposed  Child  Benefit  ��� The proposed Child Benefit will, if passed by Parliament, go  out to over 3 million Canadian families starting in January 1993.  ��� The proposed Child Benefit will replace today's patchwork  of measures ��� Family Allowances, Child Tax Credit and  Dependent Child Credit ��� with one monthly payment.  ��� The proposed Child Benefit will go to those families with  children who need it ��� those with low and modest incomes.  What's more, it is based on family income, which is a fairer way  of determining the amount of assistance that children actually  need. The proposed Child Benefit will include an earned income  supplement to increase support for low-income working families  ��� The proposed Child Benefit will increase federal support for  children by $2.1 billion over 5 yeais. For example, a family with  one child, earning $20,000, can receive as much as $1,733 per  year ��� an increase of 40%.  What's more, it would be tax-free ��� you wouldn't be taxed on  the proposed Child Benefit!  ��� Once fully in place, the proposed monthly Child Benefit will  respond to changing family circumstances, such as the birth of a  child.  ��� The proposed Child Benefit will automatically be sent to you  each month. If you file a tax return, there's no need to apply  unless you have a change in family circumstances. At tax time,  as well, you would find your tax return easier to prepare.  ��� Watch for information with your March Family Allowances  payment or fill out the coupon below and we'll send you more  information.  Name  Street  City   Province _  Children Matter  P.O. Box 8176  Ottawa, Ontario  K1G3H7  ��� in English  ��� in French  . Postal Code.  Canada  ������I  Government ot Canada Gouvernement du Canada  Health and Welfare Canada     Sante et Bien-etre social Canada IH  Coast News, March 23, i**1'-'  ���wma  Pebbles from the past  community  I  n 1791 it was decided in  J^ England that Captain  George Vancouver should  proceed to the West Coast  of Canada to carry out the  terms of the "Nootku  Convention". After arriving in  Nootka in April 1792 he and  his crew proceeded to map the  Gulf of Georgia. It is said that  on June 13th, 1792 Point Grey  was named by him. Between  June 13th and June 22nd, 1792  Howe Sound and Jervis Inlet  were identified. It is thought  that Captain Vancouver  arrived at Gower Point during  this week in June. It is  interesting to note that this  was only 200 years ago. A very  short time in history.  \\  lllllllk  IVhhl.'s Realty Ltd is a local bwhWWi "m whole emphasis in im service tu the community.  Our trained staff is capable nf prut iilinu all the lupport services fiiunil in tmlay s active  and progressive real estate office - Service provided with the personal touch.  anu pri.'Kressivv real esiaie tnnc<  TettHfe  es  The staff at Pebbles trust "PEBBLES  IKON THE PAST will add to your  sense of community as it is today.  Root rot  results in  selective  logging at  guide camp  REALTY LTD.  Your local Real Estate Company - Gibsons Quay  a^L  Boa 335. Bowtjj  Polnl  Bond, Gibsoni. B.C, VON IVO X?  Phone: 886-8107, Van, toll lite: 681-3044,Ian: 886.9060  As a result of devastation  due to the high winds last fall  and winter, the Girl Guide  Camp at Wilson Creek has had  to make serious decisions  regarding the timber on the  campsite.  Upon examination by local  forester, David Bakewell, it was  discovered that a number of  Douglus Fir tret's on a three-  acre area had root rot.  In order lo ensure the safety  of users of ihe camp and to prevent further spread of the rot.  selective logging will be done  on this site.  A contract has been let lo  Fleetwood Forest Products lo  remove the affected trees  including disposal of forest  debris. On completion of this  project a program of reforestation will take place to restore  the natural environment.  Iw--..  TODAY!  The Coast News Will Publish Its  i.  ���-#' - *  SUPPLEMENT  THE WEEK OF APRIL 6TH  Phone the  Coast News  at  886-2622 or  885-3930  V/ )  The Advertising  Deadline is Fast  Approaching!  \  f  %f  ^Ls��\m  J     '    fim��\  'awaama i9W  IB y  i ��� JIB '"  lak>     ^  It's inilielieviilile this beautiful live month old slicpiiid-  cross pup hasn't been scooped up hy soineiine. To view  this special, active canine in need of a good home, vail  the SI't'A at 885-4771. There are many other animals  available for  viewing as  well.  Gibsons chamber invites  volunteer nominations  Each year at this time, the Gibsons & District Chamber of Commerce honours five outstanding citizens in the following categories.  1. senior; 2. youth; 3. service; 4 cultural; 5. corporate, In addition to  the foregoing, an award is given to honour Gibsons' Outstanding  Couple.  The purpose of these awards is to recognize the excellent work  done by volunteers in Gibsons and the district. While il is impossible  to thank every person who volunteers time, the Chamber of Commerce feels il is important to realize that, without volunteers, necessary community work would never be done.  The guideline for nominations are: nominee(s) must be a resident  of Gibsons and District; nominee(s) musl not have been financially  compensated for the volunteer work for which Ihey are nominated  and nominations are to be for the work done in the year 1991 only.  Lifetime Service will not be a consideration in choosing the recipient.  The chamber encourages the public to make submissions, a committee appointed by the Gibsons chamber will choose the winner in  each category.  If you know of such a person(s) or business you feel should be  honoured, please compiele a nomination form available through the  Chamber of Commerce in Gibsons on or before April 3, 1992.  health clinics  ��� Child Health Clinics will  be held in Gibsons March 24  and 31, Sechelt clinic will be  March 25 and the Pender Harbour clinic will be March 26.  Phone 883-2764;  ��� STD (Sexually Transmitted  Disease) Clinic (HIV information, counselling and testing):  Phone for appointment in Gibsons 886-8131, Sechelt 885-  5164;  ��� Prenatal Classes: Coasl  Garibaldi Health Unit Lale  Class is March 24, 31 and April  7 from 7 pm to 9 pm at the Gibsons Health Unit.  ��� Tuberculin Skin Testing  and Travellers' Clinic will be  held March 23 and 30 and Travellers Clinic only on March 26  in the Gibsons Health Unit and  in Sechelt March 23, 27 and  30.  fojCKY SHOPPER^  DAYS  V SUNNYCREST MALL ��  >      WIN A WEEKLY       *  $100.00 SHOPPING SPREE!  WEEKLY DRAW UNTIL  X MARCH 28,1992      *  Enter as often as you like. Entry Forms are available  Irom any Sunnycrest Mall Merchant. Contest runs for 2 weeks  MALL HOURS  9:30 AM - 6:00 PM ��� MONDAY TO SATURDAY  9:30 AM-9:00 PM FRIDAY  SELECT STORES: 11:00AM - 5:00 PM ��� SUNDAY  SUNNYCREST MALL HIGHWAY 101 UPPER GIBSONS, B.C. Coast News, March 2J, 1492  19  news  Check your blood  pressure between  doctor visits...  Accurate, Easy, Fast  FREE!  II you have a high blood  pressure problem, it is  espei rally important to  monitor youi pressure  between ollice visits and  itpoil the measurements lo  your doc lor We make il easy  loi you with our sell-  operating Vrta-Stal blood  pressure computer.  YOU'VE GOT A FRIEND AT  Docksfne  441 Manne Drive. Gibsons   886-8158  Full Prescription Service SEVEN DA YS A WEEK: Weekdays to 7.00 pm  The old Wilson (reek homestead found a new home at Ihe Sunshine (.oust Rehabilitation Centre in Hallmoon Ray. March 14, compliment! of Ihe Heritage Society  and Gary's Crane Service. Once reassembled it will he used as a gift shop.  Ired Ingles photo  Hydro  herbicide  initiative  criticized  by Jane Seyd  A new committee set up by  BC Hydro to allow the public to  voice concerns aboul herbicide  use on transmission line rights-  of-way may he an agreeable  forum and a pleasant public  relations exercise, but it doesn't  do much to really make sure  chemicals like Vision aren't  sprayed, squirted or daubed on  the Coast, say members of the  regional board,  "1 appreciate the process, but  it hasn't solved all our problems," said Area F director Jeremy Frith at the March 12  regular board meeting. "We as a  regional board have gol to reinforce that we are very definitely  behind herbicide-free vegetation  management."  While the regional hoard  could act as a liason with BC  Hydro for public concern, it  wouldn't be appropriate for  members to be part of the  forum, Frith said, "ll would be  very difficult for us to sit on a  committee like that and not  effectively compromise our  position,"  Regional board administrator  Larry Jardine was even more  blunt with his comments: "This  is like a hack door method of  getting their way," he said.  Last year, the regional board  rejected a similar request from  BC Hydro.  Meanwhile, this spring,  plans for a "hack and sipiirt"  method of applying the herbicides are on hold until June  while the new committee holds  discussions, said Frith.  He added lhal if the decision  lo use chemical rather than  manual methods lo control vegetation was purely economic,  local taxpayers should consider  paying out some money to  ensure the Coasl remains herbicide free. "If il was more than it  couple of bucks a head, I would  be very surprised," he commented,  One dissenting voice was  raised by Sechell director  Nancy MacLarty, who said il  might be heller to have input  into the process rather than  leaving the group to proceed on  its own  arast  The Key to Success.  I Gibsons ��� 886-2622 1  I Sechelt ��� 885-3930 1  Sewer request  The regional district has  asked approval from Municipal  Affairs to borrow $1,669,0(10  for expansion of the Sechelt  sewage treatment and disposal  facilities.  If the loan is approved, recommendations on needed  upgrades will then be made by  the sewer commission, which  the District of Sechelt, the  Sechelt Indian Government District and the SCRD are all  involved in.  Currently, the regional district has jurisdiction over the  ���treatment facility while the  municipality of Sechelt has  authority over the sewer lines  which lead to it. The SCRD has  also been discussing a plan to  turn the treatment plant over lo  Sechelt at some point in the  future. 20  Coast News, March -'���, il>*)2  I  Pay for 2 inserts Coast News (^ong|) claS Fridays  S Gibsons &  ^^   Sechelt Offices  <S^�� 4 inserts  Homes &  Property  Mi- ��� i Place lownhojse. ground  level. I bdim. $85,500 Ptione  886-3073 114a,  Wanted: Private loan leu moil  gage $10,000 negotiable Call  886 3580 Miles II3W  Private Sale Aiuactive single  level townhouse built 1990 Unit  M. 783 Reetl Rd. corner ol North  Rd. Gibsons 1103 sq II. 2  bdrms. 1/2 balhs. enclosed rear  yard, live upgiaded appliances.  iiiepany extras pel allowed  Monthly maintenance $47 50  Asking $115,000 NoGSPOpen  to olleis 886JS44 114  Thiee 2 5' acie paicels. opp  S C Goll Couise >n Rbls Ck  Selectively cleared, southern  eaposure. $79 900 each 886  8691 ��l3w  Exceptional unobstructed view ol  Georgia Strait. Quality controlled  subdivision lol, near school,  slores. Davis Bay beach 885-  7373. 113*  Incompaiable watei view lol over-  looking Howe Sound-Islands a  Langdale Teimrnal. conlact M  Poppel 682-6861 or 886-7349  #I3W  Contractors are invited to bid on 3  bdim al 646 Gowei Pornl Road  Drawings can be viewed by  appomlment al Conlidenlial Sec-  relanal Services 886-4740 A  refundable deposit of $50 ll  requned if diawings aie lemoved  Irom ollice Lowest lendei not  necessarily accepted Closing  date March 27/92. #13  1    Homes 4  Property  Pendei H&tKHJi semi waterfront.  3 Mrm, split level nome . 16x34  shop 68 acres, overlooking head  water manna, pertect tor boatei  Now only $157,000 883-9317  ��13w  CLASSIFICATIONS  Home A Property  Births  Obituaries  In Mflfnoriam  Thank You  Personal  Announcement  Personal Services  Weddings A  Engagements  10. Lost  11. Found  12. Pels 4 Livestock  13. Music  14. Travel  15. Wanted  16. Free  17. Oarage Sales  18. Barter ft Trade  19. Appliances  20. Furniture  21. For Sale  22. Heavy Equipment  23. Autos  24. Trucks  23. Campers  26. Marine  27. Mobil* Homes  28. Motorcycles  29. Wanted to Rent  30. Bed and Breakfast  31. For Rent  32. Commercial tor Rent  33. Entertainment  34. Help Wanted  35. Business and Home  Services  36. Work Wanted  37. Child Care  38. Business Opportunities  39. Legal  40. Too Late to Classify  ���DaP off*oUR  CoaBtNews  Mondayjditi'  At any of our convenient  Friendly  People Places  In Pender Harbour  MARINA PHARMACY HHV2HHH  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES 8834591  In Halfmoon Bay  It* I STORE 885-9435  In Davis Bay  PENINSIILA MARKI.T 8854731  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 885-3400  DEADLINE IS 3:00 PM FRIDAY  In Sechelt  TUB COAST NEWS  5S2I Cowrie Slreii 885-3930  In Gibsons  TUB COAST NBWS  (behind l>ocksiilr Pharmacy) HHtyiu't  VISA  DEADLINE IS NOON SATURDAY  Amanda and Leah (and Sandy, tool) will ba happy ���  to halp you place your Claaalflad Ad at Panlnaula  Markat, our Frlandly Paopla Place In Davla Bay.  1    Homes &  Property  ��� ���' .'  10 nfiL-*i��v  3    Obituaries  By owner. Twin Oaks Strata  Townhouse with attached carpoit  2bdrn large sloiage loom, patio,  appl A window covenngs phone  886-3460 alter a pm ��I3  Seek properly or small acieage  norm ol Sechell lo Earls Cove  Private Chai 886 9081 HI J  liAMBIER ISUND $118,000 ovei  ly acie. semi waleifronl wilh win  lori'ldinys A lots more 886-491?  ludelials NO AGENTS PLEASE  Stillwater Soulh Powell Bivei  Basemenl home. view, beach,  $98,000 487 9334 ss  Keals Island. Eastbourne 3 bdrm.  lully lurnished cabin, large lol  $49,500 886 2561 01 886 8076  ���13*  Cedar log cabin (new) easy to  install. 420 sq II. & loll. $19,000.  2985215 #12  2 t/2 acie service! lol lot sale,  near Seael Cove 224-6180.   ss  CENTRAL SECHELT St 14,900,  4 bdrms plus den. new paint, carpets, rec loom, wood stove, laige  kilchen, laige lol i moie loo! Nick  583-7653 Valley Pacilic Rlly. 13w  1/2 ACRE $49,900 . wilh small  house, 2 bdrms. wilh den, needs  woik Call Nick 583-7653 Valley  Pacilic Rlly, "!3w  1/2 acie lol Lohn Road.  Redioolls. controlled subdivision.  $45,000 432 9379 eves ss  Downtown Sechell, 3 bdim , 2  balhs. basemenl. cold loom, hoi  tub. buck ouldooi baibecue 5  appis. many eaiias. 2550 sq It,  asking pice $172,000 885 5128  ��� 12  NICE FAMILV HOME located on  quiet cul de sac just 1 mm liom  Gibsons Paik Plaza 1714 sq II  ol linished living space, caipoil.  and well built sloiage shed  Eicellent condition. Asking  $146,500 Call Mi Chambets  886 8866 01 886-9111 ss  View lol. watei. hydro. $42,000  lum Chamberlin & Central. Gibsons 886 9049. ss  Oualrty home, built 1990. view,  two fireplaces, ensuite, walk-in.  oak cabinets, cenlral vac, close  to terry, 1 block to swimming  beach and regional paik,  $177,700 886-3306 ss  PRIVATE SALE ��� first lime home  buyer looking lo buy unlisted  home undei $150,000, direct liom  ownei. in Sunshine Coast aiea.  Please call wilh details. Gerald  228-8519. #14  W. Sechell mobile home, comei  lol, neai school, sloie. $62,000.  885-5492. ss  ESTATE SALE  90 ft level waterfront.  2 bilmi Full basement  Oil heal. Sundeck,  tarpon, Landscaped lot.  Caved driveway  $229,000  For details call Ray  Cochlln l-224-0151  Redroolls Road, 1.34 acies level,  fruit liees, cabin. 865-4572, 988-  2507. #12  New quality buill home, VMCA  Rd., Langdale, 3 bdrm,up ensuite.  soaker lub. angle showei. comer  sink. Main bathioom combination  bath/showei unit, 2 bdrm. down-  staus with balhroom lub/showei  Laige utility loom, rumpus room,  2 car gaiage. 885-4616.885-2735  eves. ss  Laige view lol on Gale Ave S���  cleared, underground services,  peic tested. 885-7365. ss  Langdale. by owner, attractive  1056 sq. It. 2 bdim. bungalow on  83'xl63' lol. 690 sq. II. linished  bsml., 2 FP, insert in bsml. New  double windows and carpel, caipoil and cedar siding exterior.  886-9290.  ���I3ss  3 bdrm. home, almost new. 2  baths. 1400 sq. II., plus large  gaiage workshop. Spacious corner lot wilh many trees. Asking  $145,000. 1228 Fitchett at Veterans Rd. 886-8651. ss  48' x 330' ol prime low bank  waterlronl in Gibsons Haibour  neai Gibsons Maiina.. House  needs lepaii but could be lixed  up loi recreational oi rental use.  Property zoned Tourist Commer-  cial (C-2| Double garage plus  sloiage shed. $189,500. Phone  Jenniler 1-689-7070. ss  Two industrial lots. "9 and ���IO on  Ventura Way lor sale oi lease.  946-0465 #12  ANDERSON REALTY  ��� Recitation ��� Retirement  ��� Relocation  PRII  CATALOOUK  bf8f Cowrie SI   Boa 1219  Secnen B C VON 3A0  885-3211 FAX 885-2899  Van  Toll Free 684-8016  1/2 acre Heed view lolouthem  exposure, gently sloping, asking  $80,000.00 886-7641 ��14w  RICHARD-Frank 4 Cindy (Wten)  are thrilled to announce the birth  ol Iheir son, Samuel Jackson,  9lbs.2oz on March 11/92. Special  thanks to Dr. Rudland, nuise June  and stall al SI. Marys.        #12  Davida and Bill are happy to  announce Ihe birth ol Patrick  Johnathan McGiaw, a little brother lor Sarah, Daniel and Evan,  weighing 8 pounds, 8 ounces on  March 15,1992 all :38 pm. Extra  special thanks to Dr. Lehman for  all his caie and thanks lo all the  staff at St. Mary's, especially Gail.  #12  THOMSON - Mis Olive Emily -  passed away Maich II. 1992 in  Sechell al Ihe age ol 89 She was  predeceased by her husband  Edmund F Thomson She is sur  vived by then daughtei. Barbia  Livingstone, hei brotheis Harold  and William Hartley and a sislei-  Evelyn Wackman A memorial  service will be held Maich 24th al  I 00pm. SI Bartholomews Angli  can Chuich. Gibsons n desiied  donations can be made to Ihe  Canadian Arlhnlis Society     ��I2  In Memonam  HENDY: John Arthur (Jack)  March 26, 1988. Loving lemem  btance keeps him near. Phyllis i  family. #12  5.   Thank You  a��  Thank you Dr. Denis Rogers and  SI. Marys Hospital. Phil Sheridan  wanted you all to know how much  he appreciated youi gentle kindness, and Ihe peace and comlort  ol Room 206. He was also  touched by Ihe Ihoughtlul efforts  ol kilchen staff regarding diet. #12  I wish to exlend my sincere  thanks lo doctois Paelkau also lo  ail those good nurses involved in  my caie during my recent slay in  hospital. Many thanks lo my family ii Iriends lor all Ihe nice Mowers,  cards. plants i visits. Edith Mills.  #12  THANKS TO  Supei Valu. Omega Reslauianl,  Zippy Lube. J's Unisex Hair,  Andy's Reslauianl. Silks t Lace,  Video Elc. Home Hardware,  Sunny Ciesl Photo, Dockside  Pharmacy, Gibsons IGA. Sechelt  IGA, Cedar's Pub, Gramma's  Pub, Gibsons Radio Shack, Hail  We Aie, Gibsons Phaimasave,  Woolwoilh's, Gi Guilding Supplies, Cathy's Cat Caie, Elphie's  Cabaiel. Ultra Fit Tanning Salon  Landing Geneial Stole, Good  Cents Spoils, Christine's Gills,  Petto-Canada. Woikweai World  Coasl Books, Pepsi,Envoldson  Welding, PC Media and Coasl  News. Foi Iheii generous donalions and loi helping lo make Ihe  Second Annual Benelil Dance lot  Ihe Transition House a gieal success. Sharon 4 Josee #12  6.   Personal  Trying lo locate Julie SHEP-  PARD-KLASSEN lasl known  address is Gibsons. Please write  Doiis Short, Box 262, Fillmore,  SK.S0G1N0 #14  Are you a woman in an unhappy  relationship, do you need to talk?  Call the Sunshine Coast Transition House foi conlidenlial 24 hr.  seivice. 889-2944. TFN  Wanted 50 imperfect people willing to lose up lo 29 lbs. in Ihe next  30 days. 100% natural, Dr.  approved, 886-2855 eves.    #12  Easy going male, late follies  would like lo meet a petit lady  who enjoys dining in or oul, boating, dancing, barbecues, fishing,  quiet lime, doing things together.  Nationality unimportant. Please  reply lo Box 4, c/o Coasl News.  Box 68, Sechell. BC. #12  Easy going financially secuie  male, 31 yeais old seeks single  girt oi single Mom age 20 lo 40  lot outings and lasting Inendship.  Please reply with prelum and  phone numbei lo Box J, c/o Box  68, Coasl News. Sechell. all  replies will be answered       ��12  7.   Announcement  Astrologer Jill Kirby. Gel lo know  yourseil better. Consultations.  886-7930 #14w  Brazilian Trades, South American Artifacts, Sculptured  Stonework, Healing Stones,  Woodcarvings, Batiks, Paintings, Norvan Road, 6379 West  Sechelt. 885-5178. Exhibilion at  Gibsons Trade Show April tl ��  12. ��14w  Exclusive elegant lingerie loi all  sizes. Invite your Iriends to view  our gorgeous new spring line. A  pertect idea for brides-to-be. Call  Sherri 885-9565 lor more information. #12  Jack I Jill Preschool Easier  ham sale. Boneless dinner hams,  approx. 2.5 kilos each, $9 pei kilo.  Orders must be in by April 12  Pickup at Jack 4 Jill Apr. 16  between 4-6. Phone Joyce 886-  7130 to order. #14w  Announcement   II 9    Weddings &  Engagements  Gambier Island Store now open 7  days a week Phone 886-3838 lor  limes. #12  Bill, Richard, Colleen, Barry,  Oianne and Iheir families are  happy to announce the upcoming  marriage ol their lather, Walter  Dooley, to Ester Keeper ol Pross-  fi. Washington. The wedding is to  lake place April 18. 1992 in  Piossei, Washington #12  BROOKS & MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints  tnviionmtnt  I timidly PwnlS   ,   ^  irl All  Colon's Ot  the Hamtu*      /,  'm ���:'"ii* Given s  Bill Wood  SECHELT UL  A  Bus 885-2923  Res 885-5058  1  The Comei Close! will be closed  Sal Maich 21st, and le open at  Ihe new location in Molly's Lane  Market Apiil 1st. See you there.  ��� 12  ���***-*******,**************--*%  lit*.!class,lam printed, wonl  processing is now available In  Gihsons!  I'rofcssinnul Resume!*  Correspondence etc.  Hot iippoiiiinicni call  886-4740  Confidential  Secretarial Services  Satisfaction Guaranteed!  We buy beer bottles 1 beer  cans. Paying 804/doz. 806-8039  #17  Hidden Treasures Book Stores.  Two locations to serve you. 489  Maiine Drive. Gibsons, and in  behind Super Shape. Sechelt.  Hundreds ol books lo choose  Irom. Trades welcome.        #14  DIETING AND EATING  FACTS AND MYTHS  Limited supply: Send cash,  cheque oi money oidei lor $7 to  K.ises, Box 467 Sit. VON 3A0.  Orders shped wilhin 24 houis.#14  STRESS (a PAIN RELIEF Relax  and enjoy Ihe lasting benefits of  Trager relaxation bodywork sessions. Learn sell-care techniques.  Phone Ellen 886-8864.        #13  LOG ENDS  by container  load  886-7033  ALMA SKAE will be back on the  Coast Apiil I, 2, �� 3. Psychic  leadings and Bach Flower therapy. For appointments call 886-  3224. #13cn  INTERIOR RENOVATIONS  Painting, Wallpaper, Carpentry.  Call Bill Vaster 886-8095, relerences available. TFN  Looking for SHAKLEE pioducts?  Mavis, 885-7464 lor delivery. #12  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-7883,24 hour line.      TFN  Does someone in your lamily  have a drinking problem? Call Al-  Anon 886-9903, 885-7484, 886-  9059. Al-Ateen 886-2565.     NC  New Weight Watchers session  beginning Mar. 18. Call 886-7454.  #12  Adull children ol Alcoholics or dis-  lunctional families please call  886-3849 oi 885-4622 lor help.  NC  '/  Expert |  repairs and  servicing on all  brands of sewing  machines.  Singer, Kenmore,  Pfaff, Janome,  Elna, Bernlna,  and all makes of  vacuum cleaners.  - Free Estimates -  ALL WORK  GUARANTEED  SEWING MACHINE  ft VACUUM CENTRE  Cowrie St., Sechelt  (opposite Bank of Montreal)  .     885-8.943     j  As ol March 15,1992 new postal  address and phone number for  Dr. Terry Amiel and Dr. Jenniler  Law al Pender Harbour Health  Centre will be Box 149. Madeira  Paik, VON 2H0, telephone number will be 883-2344. #12  BARK  MULCH  by container  load  886-7033  Exclusive, elegant lingerie loi all  sues. Invite youi friends lo view  oui goigeous new spring line - a  pertect idea lor hides Io be Call  Sliem 885-9565 lot more information. #12  Blaox/Tan Shepherd-Husky X. 6yi  old femle Sechell aiea. 885  7865. 885 6264 Reward       #12  Black cat wilh ted collar Male  months old. Neai Euieka and  Redioolls Rd 885 2319       #12  Mai 6. prescription eye glasses  wilh red wire fiame. 886-8165# 12  Black male cal, Leek Rd.. Rbls.  Ck. Any into call 886-8810    #12  Coloured metal kitten-shaped  earrings, pierced. Wilson Ck. IGA.  886-2723. #12  Silver dangling earrings with 4 ind  stones on Whail SI. belween  Golden City 4 Royal Towers. Sun.  alter 6pm. 885-4572 days. 885-  5377 eves. #12  Car keys - Sandy beach. Davis  Bay - Fhday 13th. lags say Rock  n' Roll. Rewaid 885-2079     #1.  Maich 17. Bracelet lound in  Hoiseshoe Bay, willing room.  886-4973. #12  While cat with Gray on head, very  friendly. Vicinity ol West Sechell  School. 885-6165 #12  Sel ol keys al mail boxes. Lockyei  Rd. CI 7.885-2390 #12  12. PetsS,  Livestock  0  Registered Chesapeake Bay  Relriever puppies. For inquiries  please call 885-7038. #13  Bam loi rent $250 oer/mo Ol  stalls $50 per/mo. you leed. 885-  5444 #14w  Blown pullets 18 wks old. Ready  to lay. 852-9476 #12  'Becky* African Pygmy goat looking for boyfriend. Call 886-8659.  #14w  Wanled - manure, can be steel,  chicken oi sheep. Call 220-2007  alter 2pm collect. TFNs  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Contact Then s Now Furniture,  699 Highway 101, Gibsons. 886-  4716oi Mailee Fashions.     NC  Help reduce the pel over-population problem - spay or neuter your  pel. NC  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  W  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  To buy Mates. 2 yis a up loi  txeeding I 531 2080 #17  Wanled dog cage In small dog  8868226 #12  Boys mountain bike, sound condition lor 7 yrs... 885-5007   ��14w  A pan ol snow shoes 885-9467.  #12  Used TV satellite dish, reason  able 883-9167. #12  Small, male multi-poo. good  natuied dog. loi bleeding purposes 885-9693 #12  2 yi. old spayed lemale Lab X,  loves children 885 4071       #12  17   Garage Sales  Deep lieeze 16 cubic leet $275.  Queen size motionless watetbed.  3selssheelsinc $160 886-9799  ���13  Olivetti M 19 Computet SI2K.  Two 5 t/4" floppies, mono mem-  tor, lilt swivel base. 9 pin printer.  cables $500 OBO 885-2163  ���13w  Moving everything must golFn-  day. Saluiday, Sunday. 707  Gowei Pt. Rd. 886-3992.      #12  Dogpalch Annual Gaiage Sale.  Mai. 28. Dunham R, 10:00am,-  3.00pm, Saluiday. #!2w  Thiee'lamily Sal.Mai. 28, 10am.  1320 Fairview oil Grandview  Heighls. #12  Junque Sale, Mar. 28. 10-1 pm,  1282 Gower PI. Rd. #12  Moving sale Sal. S Sun., Mai. 28  s 29.1454 Davidson Rd., Langdale, household goods, stereo,  lighl sel, box spring, ouldooi S  gaidemng things, lirewood, chain-  saw a washei/dryer 10 2pm #12  1361 Park Ave. Robeils Cieek.  Sal. Mai. 28. lo-2pm, No early  buds! #12  Huge gaiage sale! Moving 511  Maiine Drive, Mar. 21-22 from 10-  4. 13w  Registered Cairn terriers 886-  3134 #14w  Maltese pups $300. Rabbils,  many vaiieties. $10-$25. Kaien  885-4657. #16  Sunshine Coasl Music Sociely  Giant Yaid Sale. Sat. Match 28,  IO-2pm, 1110 Reed Rd., Lotsol  stull Collee and Hot Dogs - a  fundraiser lor Anne ol Green  Gables. #12  18. Barter & Trade  34'xi2' power ciuisei totally  rebuilt, 1991. Everything new.  1985 Winnebago motor home. 18'  ski boal, 100 HP Mercury, combined valve. $120,000. Trade  land. 1-826-9936. #12  19. Appliances  Clothes dryer. $50.886-9986 #14  Moving Sale: Clearing slock ol  lodges, stoves, washers, dryers  elc. No lumiluie. Phone B|orn  885-7897 oi Comer Cupboard  885-4434. #13  20. Furniture  Working couple wish lo give away  Boxer pup, 1 year old, purebred.  886-9957 alt. 4:30 pm.        #13  Natural pasture loi hoises with or  without board, please call 886-  2642. #12  HEMLOCK/BALSAM  WOOD SHAVINGS - loi horse  bedding (no cedar). Gibsons  Sand i Gravel, 886-8511 eves.  B85-2008. TFN  Horse shoeing, horse trailer loi  lent, noise manure lor sale, Western lessons. Weinei pigs. 886-  2205 Ted. 13w  1  Ha  Sideboard S matching hulch.  Good cond. $450. plexiglass dining sel wilh 4 swivel chairs. Black  i while $350, Lazy boy naugh-  abide club chair, brand new $500  mansu. biown lones, wood trim  $250 ��l4w  Dining loom lable. 48"-60" (two  12' inserts) includes 6 chairs, gd.  cond. $250 886-8866. ss  Day bed. sola bed, love seal,  couch i chair, washer/dryer, 20"  colour TV, swivel TV sland,  lamps, elc Besl Otter. 886-4536.  ��l3w  Oueensize waleibed. black, like  new, $400.886-2784. #12  Matching sola and loveseat, willow rattan, perlect condition,  $400,886-2417. #14w  Blown veloui execulive office  chair. $50.886-7160 #13  Oueensize fulon and frame, $150.  885-0966. #12  King size loui poster knotty pine  waleibed, $400 obo. 886-8862.  TFNs  21. For Sale  Suzuki violin dasses, legister now  lor spring. 885-9224 or 885-5539.  Yvonne Barrie mil now be working as an outside sales rep. lor  Elite Travel. Call 8B6-4862 or  886-2522. #12  Children's Hospital  Pulling amrlcslnti: aahrrrilary Iwluia*  English Victorian upright piano,  exc. cond., $1150.886-7062. #12  Fishei baby beat CSA approved  $350,886-3134. #14w  Solid Big-0 Dram Pipe. 40C pei  tool 885-7830 #12  New 500II Ron I' water line 1/3  h p. Jet pump pressure lank,  Norco Bushprlot mountain bike -  never used. 2wa!ei line, random  lengths phone 886-8009 eves #14  Shed 8x16 fully insulated, partly  lined, on skids. Suitable lor con-  sliuclion/lool shed or sleeping  accomodation 885-9285      #14  Seais 12 hi gaiden tractor with  powei liller. Lawn mower. Phone  alter 6pm, 886 3821 #!4w  Chevy Nova 1976: chain link  fence gate & hinges lot appointment call 886-9296 before 2pm.  #!3w  Cpy Wesl Alum, canopy 73" L X  5'W. oil ol Ford Courier, $200  OBO. Mike 886-9569.       #13w  Beige comer giouping. $35: blue  velvet chan, $15; fertilizer spreader, $20: electric mowei. $25. 886-  2546. ��14w  Cedai seedlings, 2 yis. old, Hats  ol 150 lor $40 or 30 cents each.  886-2922 #14w  Rhododendions t Azaleas, Same  Low Puce $3.50 - $15.00 no GST.  Laige selection. Roberts Cieek  Nursery, 2569 Lower Road, 886-  2062 #13  Used ocean going Kyak. Very  seaworlhy wooden paddle, spay  skirt and lloatatinn bags included.  885-3303 eves. #13  Airco Gas luinace good condition  $315885-6276 #13  21' 1978 Prowler Travel Trailer  located al Coho Maiina $6,500  Details call manager 883-2248  ���13  Windows - Di e vinyl 1/2' aii. 2  ��� 5'x5' pictu e, 1 ��� 5'x6'  Picture/vent $300.885-5006#t3w  24" colour TV wilh femole $350,  Kawai electric organ t bench  $600, 2411 aluminium exl. ladder  $85. sofa $350, sola S chair  $180.3/4 size bed $100, 2 bookcases, $75 each. All excellent  condition. 886-3992 ��t4w  Gas poweied 21' Yardman reel  mower, $200.886-2969.    #13w  ANNUAL SPRING AUCTION  Pendei Harbour Lions Club, April  4. To donale auclionable items  call Chris 883-2301 or Dick 883-  2334 for pickup or dropoff.    #12  Small washer t, dryer, $350 pair.  885-3632. #13w  Heavy duty utility trailer, 5x10 new  10 ply tires, $450 OBO. 885-4736.  ss  Two pair IB' flanged wheels with  heavy duty bearings, very suitable  for maiine ways. $500.883-2669.  ���13  Haivesl gold stove 4 hood Ian,  $250: stainless steel, double sink  $60.886-8899. #12  TOP SOIL  Screened, lop quality rich topsoil ���  tandem dumplruck loads, available lor delivery. A.K. Wright  Enterprises 886-9764 or cellular  220-1526. #13w  Freezer, $295; 5 pee. bdim. suite:  lge. oil paintings: sale cover; large  desk. 886-8291. ��13w  Tablesaw, $175; electric lawn-  mower, $60; BBO wilh lank, $35;  love seat, $60; under counter  dishwasher, $60; lawnmowei. like  new, $185; weedeater. XR70.  $150,886-8487. 13w  Penlax ME $125; Chlnon CP5,  $160; zoom *, wide angle lens,  $100.886-3457 #|3w  Used Nintendo machines $50.  Video Etc. 886-8312.        #13w  Trailer parts: alum, windows,  door, cabinet with double sink and  3 burner propane slove with oven,  lurnace, hoi water heater cabinets, beds with cushions, etc.  Otters: 885-3510. #12  SALE  8' cedar 4x4's, $6 each. 885-  5031. ss  DOWN TO EARTH  Mushroom manure, topsoil, local  oi Fiaser Valley, barkmulch.  Delivered or U pickup. Hoppy  885-0821, Ramon 885-7692. #12  22 rattan restaurant chairs, as  new, $35 each. 883-9078.     #1  Indian Saiod. $800; British India  rug; Australian raincoat; Iridge;  small washer/spin dryer. Everything works, gd. cond., 886-7859.  ���12  i ���  -     a*MM��*M��MMI Co.ist News, March 2... 1492  21  Ttaki- A*ir������tf.Mt, <>fnttr Net* Classified Ad Special  Run yGt���r classified ad 6 times,  and pay for only 2 times!  VISA  21   For Sale  Moving musl sen Akai Hi Fl  steteo unit, fee turntable, lunei,  amplifier, cassette tape deck,  lecord sloiage. ? speakeis,  I5"x25', like new, Yamaha Clavi  nova CVP 5 elections piano, nndi  memory ihylhmiom playback,  exc. cond , Roland computer,  rhythm unil model CR5OO0. 886  9619 #12  "Cozy" wood slove, $100, ladies'  IOsp.$65 886 4690 #12  Powdei blue balh. toilet S hand  basin. $150. 885 1953 #12  New Weslmghouse lood pioces  sorgaibuialoi. Cosl me $300  Ofleis 886 0928 #14  AidaBi 60 channel remole control  cable convertei $60 886 8007  #14  Antique Beelhona cabinel. apple  IIC computet > desk, exeisice  bike, wood slove Many more  household items 886 2826   ��14  1x4 3m (a 4m lengths melnc  10.000 . lineal ft an dried, oilers  invited. 885-7940 alt. 7pm.    #12  Sanyo portable cellular phone  compact, light weight, eigonomic  design grip belt, $850 OBO. 886-  7097. ss  3 piece Crane balh sel with laps  S linings, blue. 885-5621      #12  Used railway lies lot retaining  walls, 6*x8"x8\ 886-8204.   #l4w  Floal house, 750 sq. II. one  bdim.. propane appliances, wood  heat, $12,800 OBO. 8851942. ss  SAWDUST Hemlock/Balsam lot  gaidening and hoise bedding  Cedai and baik mulch lor other.  Gibsons Sand I Gravel Lid. 886-  8511 eves 885-2008.        TFN  HAY/StrawM.OO/Bale  GARDEN MULCH HAY  $3.50/Bale  OATS/WHEAT .10/lb.  Phone 885-9357  TFN  23. Autos  Coast News (Monday)  Classified Deadline:  Noon Friday  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  123   Autos  Towing ���!:':::,  Old cu recyctog  ( Mhlbf KH] tare  ind clean runners  tree Pickup  886-7227   ta��L���>  1986 Chev Nova4dr, no rusl.  good lues, exc transportation  $3800 886-3893 ��t4w  1980 Plymouth Honzon, looks  good, luns well. $333 886 8069  ��l4w  66 Landiovei series 2A, very reliable, much woik completed  $2750 886-3573 flat*  1990 Foid Aeioslar, XL 7 passenger Al condition, $14,900. 886-  9481 ss  1978 Honda Civic, needs woik lo  pass inspection. $300 886-9633  #13  4 14' Spinnei Hubcaps, 886-9346  alter 5pm NC  1990 Ford Escort LX, 5 spd.. exc.  cond,, $7300.885-4064.      I3w  4 x Z28 Mag Wheels. Tiles and  accessories. 885-2251 $350 #13  1972 Ventura 11 2 dr., V8 one  owner, never smoked in, immaculate, low miles, $750; 1977  Granada 4 dr. one owner, mini,  no rusl ever. $800.886-7227. #12  1976 Buick Skylark, 4 dr.. V6,  aulo., 20/25 MPG, no rusl, reasonable shape. $450. B86-7227.  #12  19B0 Lincoln Versailles Collector's  item. exc. cond. $3000.886-2826  ss  '86 Dodge Coll, 4 dooi, ps. pb,  aulo. exc. cond. $3500 OBO 886-  8271 #t4w  1992 Cherokee Laiedo. 4 line,  4x4, 7,0O0km, with 7 year lactory  wananty ( trailer package.  $21,OOlum Dave 885-8847   #14  SATELLITE SALES  Gieen Onion Earth Station  885-5644  TFN  4' PVC solid oi perforated pipe,  $11;ABS4:$23,3$I5;2 $10.1  1/2". $8, all 10' lengths, will deliver. B86-3910. TFN  CEDAR SHAKES a LUMBER,  any size. Will cuslom cut. 885-  5669or8B5-5601. TFN  6 cyl. Ford marine diesel. 4 - I  capilol gear $8500. o.b.o.. oi  Hade lor tractor plus cash. 886-  9981. ss  22. Heavy  Equipment  1974 GMC 5 spd. Hans, laige 72  passgr in gd. cond., luggage  compailmenl, $4000 OBO: 1975  Dodge 42' RV bus, fully loaded.  318 motor. 4 spd.. spill, high, low  lange, $8000 OBO: Case backhoe, 580 c tractor 10-W-C wilh  drill machine combination, 4 whl.  drive. $15,000 OBO 885-7699  eves. #12  5th wheel trailer wilh 1611. Ilaldeck  needs woik $500 884-5244  #14  955 CAT loader $10,000 885-  2503 ss  ~ BOBCAT &~  MINI EXCAVATOR  FOR RENT  Attachments available  DAY, WEEK. MONTH  886-8538  ESTATE SALE  1986 Buick Skylark. 4 door Sedan  51,000 km, V6, luel injected.  au/ciuise/pw/powei seal $7500  film Call Al or Norm 686-7919�� 13  1982 Citation needws work oi lor  parts. Besl oiler. 886-8524 #!3w  1981 Olds Cutlass. Ps, pb. pw.  Ml, $1500 OBO 886-7999     #12  Jeep CJ5 blue 360 CI dual  exhausls, 33' Marshall's chrome  directional wheels c/w soil top &  bikini lop, gieal 4X4, $4500 OBO  885-9208 eves. #14  1976 Buick Lesabie, reliable  Hans., good loi trailer lowing,  65,000 miles, extra tires, needs  Iront biake pads. $225.886-3635  #12  267 small V8 engine, gd. run.  cond.. $500 060.886-9666.886  4760. #12  $599.00  1981 Spirit h/back, Sporty, eco- j  nomical Includes Parts car 885-  2373, #14  Brand new rebuilt Volkswagon  Beetle engine 8, parts Presently  situated in smashed body. As is,  where is, $500 886-8284    ��!4w  1981 Black Camaro, runs greal.  Call 886-3290 ��Hw  1990 Toyola Tercel. 4di., aulo,  25,000kms, exc cond. $7500  OBO. 885-6272 #12  19B0 Chev Malibu. auto, ps/pb,  small V8 $950 OBO B85-5572#14  ECONOMIC 35 MPG Escort 4  dr., gd. cond., no rust, I owner,  10 yrs., 46,000 mi. Irom new,  $2150080.886-8836.       #13w  1981 AMC station wagon, one  ownei, new biakes 4 tires, no  rust, $2200 OBC. 886-8487  13*  1989 Toyota Teicel deluxe 5 dr.,  exc. cond, low mileage  AM/FMcassetle, Michelin tires,  $7500 886-2417 ��14w  1986 Ponliac 6000 4 dr., 4 cyl.,  aulo., PS/PB, power dr. locks,  AC. AM/FM Slereo. $4995 OBO.  886-211101886-9018. SS  1985 Dodge Aiies LTD, PS/PB,  buckel seals, air cond., musl see,  $3500.886-9039 all. 6pm.    #12  '81 Ponliac Phoenix spoil model  V6, 4 spd. standard, sunrool.  $2500, OBO, 886-8064,       #14  1984 Chevelle 4 dr., sunrool,  37,000 original miles. New  biakes, battery, tires, mechanically inspeded. A STEAL AT $2000!!  886-8291. #12  1986 Honda Prelude. 5 sp.. sunrool, a/cond., exc. cond, $9650  883-2336. #12  1977 Foid Gianada V8 aulo.. exc.  cond , 69,000 ks��� $1800. 885-  3374. ss  1980 Ponliac Phoenix 4 cyl, 4  spd., exc. cond , $1000. 886-  7378 ss  CASH PAID  Foi Some Cars And Trucks  Dead Car Removal  Abex Used Aulo Paris  and Towing  886-2020  TFN  1976 Volare Wagon, slanl 6, reliable, low mileage. Asking $600.  886-3841. ss'  Estate sale. 1977 Cadillac, low  mileage, good shape. Oilers,  8863306. ss  1980 Camaio 305 aulo.. T-Tops,  Rally rims. $2600. 885-7113.  ss  CHEAP! FBI/U.S. SEIZED  89 Mercedes $200; 86 VW, $50;  87 Meicedes$100; 65 Mustang,  $50, Choose from fhousands  stalling $25, FREE 24 hour  recording reveals dealils 801-379-  2935 Copyright KBC104JC.   #22  Used Camaro T Top, $495 loi Ihe  sel, wilh coveis, 886-9500 anytime, ss  1975 Olds Cutlass Supieme,  $600 obo B86-8862.        TFNs  1974 OidsmoMe, new brakes and  exhausl Mechanically sound,  $2400 obo  885 1943 SS  SAVE  1975 FORD 3/4 Cor  Special' Supeib and  power tail g?i�� SALE$A��)  1983 CHEV 4X4 economical,  6 cyl. aulo, dual lanks, am/lm  cassette BEST OFFER  1980 CHEV S/BOX.iaie 1/2  Ion Silverado. Gieal tunning  buck SALE $1750  1980 GMC t/2 Diesel V8.  auto, runs greal. exceptionally  clean body. SALE $1500  ���caaorn!^  1973 ECONO window van,  new biakes. good condition lor  age SALE $600  ���  1975 DODGE, thrifty. 6 cyl  aulomatic, partially finished  interior. SALE $700  1973 Super Beetle, $2500 obo  883-9234. ��  24. Trucks  1981 Toyola 4x4 New tires.  brakes, excellent condition $3200  OBO.885-4818 #13  $899.00  1985 Nissan p/up. Includes parts  Iruck with excel, moloi. 885-2373  #14  55 Chev 11/2 ton good body. Box  1113 Gibsons ��14w  75 FORD 250 Pick-up ps.pb, crew  cab. new biakes. $1200 OBO  886-3134 #14w.  '81 Chev 1/2 Ion PU 4X4, 350  aulo,, no rusl, while. Warn winch,  good looking Iruck, $3900 OBO.  986-4657 Mon-Fri, 886-3930  weekends. #14w  1986 F150 XL 4X4 club cab,  57,000 kms., aux. rear spring  eng,, 5.8 L 4V ��� HO aulomatic.  very clean, $10,000 OBO. 885-  4736. ss  Ford 360 and transmission $400  dump box lor pick up $400 OBO  885-5254 #!3w  '81 Chev Pickup 350 aulo good  work truck $700 OBO 886-8431  #14  1979 GMC Van campei equipped,  has rust, luns good, needs trans-  mission.whal offers 886-4641 alt.  6pm #13w  1956 Fold Panel Truck Serious  inquiries only. Phone alter 6pm,  886-7684 #14  1976 Ford 1/2 Ion, V8 aulo.,  $600 Phone 886-2898      #l3w  1978 GMC 3/4 Ion, GOOD  mechanical condition. Rusl.  $1100.883-2377, #13  1987 Toyola truck STD, 5 sp.,  exc cond. L-box 51.000 kms..  $6000 883-2234, #12  77 Dalsun 610 in gd, cond.. 5  spd. new lues, digital AM/FM cassette, $1100 OBO, 886-8032 #12  UTILITY TRAILER, INEXPENSIVE 886-2927, #12  1977 F250 ciewcab. 351 mod..  aulo., P/S. canopy spate molor  and trans. $1600.886-8682.  #t2ss  1988 Chev. Cheyenne 1/2 ton  pick-up. 4.3 litre V6, PS/PB.  61.000 km., box mat, toolbox,  $8700. 685-2836. 885-7413.   SS  1985 Bronco II 4X4, aulo., CD  player, gd. cond., $7500 OBO.  Days 8869332 alt. 7 eves. 886-  2983. ss  '77 Chevy Nomad, deluxe window  van, parts. 886-2878. ss  '81 Dodge pickup super cab, no  rust, molor Al, $3400.886-7414.  #12  Chevy 3 Ion Iruck, working power  tail gale, parts only. $700 OBO.  886-9500. ss  1953 Chev. 1/2 Ion. Rebuilt  engine. Radiais, $2700 obo.  8851943 ss  1990 Dodge Grande LF Caiavan.  loaded. 40,000 kms. besl offer  885-6026 ss  1974 F250 cuslom Super Cab  wilh canopy as is, $750. 886  3912 #12  25. Campers  !i,*5 23 Vanguard Tiavel trailer.  fully sell contained Good corn!  $4200 885 7217 eves ��I4  33' Kuslom Koach. new Indge. hoi  waler lank, excel cond $10,000  aviil reduce for quick sale Belore  Mar 31 view al ��78 Sunshine  Coasl Trailer Park 885-5770 or  885-7637 HI 4  Fibreglass bigloot pickup camper.  C9.5DLX 1987, 1176 1b toilet,  shower, elc mini condition.  $9500 885-4736. ss  1980 24' Holiday travel trailer.  land axles, radial lues, lorced air  furn,, awning, lge Indge. 4 burner  stove, oven, shower, sleeps 6  $7795.885-4143. #12  Foi sale ��� Bolei trailer, $1950  OBO. 886-8487. ss  Dodge 200,1977 insulated panel-  He carpeted s/lockers. bench seal  fids lo d/bed, ideal lor camping,  exc cond, $2100 OBO. 886-9156.  13w  1975 Argosy 26 It. gd. cond.. fully  equipped, $6500. 886-2885 all. 4  pm. #13w  1975 Dodge Maxi-Van, 3-way  fridge, slove, luinace, toilet, sink,  $7300,886-3306. ss  26' Houislon Glasciaft Volvo completely set up foi fishing. $15,000  Call Bill 885-4156 or Al 885-3751  ���14  1974 201! Sangste302 engine  8863036 ��!4w  2 alum. 12' boats. Foi inio call  885-6236 #14  Mxrage $200 per foot per month.  Royal Reach Motel 5 Marina.  885-7844 Sechell. #13  2211 Rienell - repowered in 1991.  Sounder, VHF Asking $5500 B85-  4818 #13w  Double ponloon fiberglass boat,  6hp, Johnson Davidson sailing  dinghy 885-3856 #14  2011 Sailboat on trailer $2500 884-  5244 #l4w  Mooiage - Gibsons ��� May through  Seplember - up lo 32II $275  866-7714 #14  12' aluminum boat, $425. 885-  2155. #13  SECHELT MUIH  SURVEYS 110.  captain Bill Murrit  M.C.M.M.C    MNAMSl  M A B Y C    ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants^  Canoe. 16 It. fibreglass, all  accessories. $385. Rare fibre-  glass 14 II. twin keel sailboat.  Ihree cuslom sails and rigging.  $2600 886-3228. ��13w  15 hp mariner O/B wilh gas lank.  Less than 30 hrs. $1500 886-  9434 #13  27 ll woik boal moon fleel V853  GM glass hull deplh soundei  A/piioi needs lepair. Int. 4 exl  Bids loi Ihe above will be received  up Id Maich 30/92 loi appoinl-  menls lo view call Hetb Craig  886-2277 HI 3  1990 ��� 14 1/2 II. Houislon, compiele wilh 1990 40 HP Meicury  elec start, oil injection. Ml nailer,  like new, $5850 886-3197 or 588-  9625 #14w  1 (foal 16��25' $5900 or two lloals  8x25' $3400 each, on air tilled 45  gallon containers Mooring buoys  $75 each Phone 947-9447   #15  1979 50 HP Meicuiy 500 out-  board, reconditioned, $800. 886-  2431. #12  MV Rooster. 21' aluminum jet  boal, H/T cabin, radar, VHF, new  engine, $13,?���' OBO Call 886-  8192. #12  1990 25 HP Yamaha w/new controls plus 16' wooden boal & nailer, extras, $2500. Jane 885-9819  #12  Yes! Theie is a reliable local  piopelloi repair service 885-  5278 TFN  15 HP Manner O/B less than 30  his wilh gas tank. $1500 886  9434 I4cn  19' Inboard Clinker runabout, very  last and in lop condition, surveyed  value $8500, ofleis i Hades con  sideied 886 2738 ss  Highlinei trailer, like new. 1000  kg, 14'tires $1700 OBO 866-  3001 ss  19/9 27 Baylmei Victoria C/B  255 280 Leg, new engine, low  hours, lots ol extras $24900  OBU 483 8919 or 463 6959   ss  18' Dav.c-.nn sailboat, new mam,  new cus: OH eac cond. $3800  885 9333 ss  MV BlacM'ii 24 Omens, well  appointed large fish deck. Coast  Guard inspected, featuring new  Swann aulo, anchoi pkg., new  LMS. 200 w/Loran C, new lenders  4 brackets, mooring lines, new  windows, completely refrnrshed  hull and swimgnd, new handrails.  Hush mounl Fishon rod holdeis  (5) FWC 318 Chrysler. $8,000.  8857977 ss  MOORAGE Pender Harbour 883-  9855. #16  Rubbei rail Avon Rover R3 40,  max. 15 HP, 1/2 price. $2200.  885-2306. ss  27. Mobile Homes  NEW HOME  44,900 l.p.  Sel up in Gibsons aiea, indudes  Indge, stove, dishwasher as low  as 5% down OAC. call collect  597-3322 You could win a new  car. TFN  8x40 U Fix $2000 oi Hade Box  1113 Gibsons. #!4w  For sale, exc. cond. in nicely landscaped well-attended adull oriented paik. Within easy walking dislance to beautiful Davis Bay  beach. 2 bdim. living room & dining aiea, includes washei, dryer,  fridge, slove & dishwasher. Permanent duroid roof, coveied sun-  deckw rlh extra storage space. To  view call 886-8320 #13  Trailer Pad  For Rent  Sechell - close lo hospital. Call  Roy, Sussex Realty 885-6102  ��t4w  NEW HOME  SECHELTPARK  Sel up in lamily park As low as  5". down OAC, 885-7310 0'597-  3322. You could win a new cat!  TFN  1990, 14x70 Hampton 5 appis.,  extras, 14x18 addition, 2 decks,  complete $48,000. Must move.  886-7778 #13  REGENT-NEW  Built in Alberta a quality mobile  home. 2 bdim. deluxe. The lines!  14'x67' mobile on Ihe Coasl For  only $54,900. Open 7 days a  week loi viewing. S.C.M.H.P.  886-9826 TFN  Quality mobile homes, Regenls,  Modulines, pads avail, oi private  property, display homes open  daily. 1413 Hwy 101, Gibsons.  S.C.M.H.P, 886-9826 TFN  2 bdtm 12'x40' ��� $9500 needs  TLC, greal slarter home lot Mr 4  Mrs Fixil H47-1413 Hwy 101,  Gibsons.S C M H P 886 9825  TFN  REDUCED $17,900  2 bdim new carpels, lile, light fix -  lures, sundeck. big shed Cheap  pad tenl. Nick 583-7653 Valley  Pacilic #12  By owner. 12a6B mobile home,  call 886-3039, B86 7306        ss  24x52 Ihree bdrm doubiewrde 5  appl, musl be moved avail mid-  March, $35,000.886-9229.     ss  28. Motorcycles  34'x12' power cruiser, totally  rebuill 1991, Eveiylhing new  1985 Winnebago molor home 18'  ski boat 100 HP Meicury, combined valve, $120,000. Trade  land. 1-826-9936. #12  1981 20' double Eagle hardtop  200 HP Volvo 280 leg, (H-6), Gibsons Marina, $17,500.886-2694,  ss  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70 HP 1989-  1990 Evinrudes. Excellent condition. Lowe's Resort. 883-2456.  TFN  '86 Honda Aspencade, exc.  cond., garage kepi. $7500. 886-  9595. ss  1984 Yamaha Viiago 1000 Blk,  gold, chrome low kls, excel cond.  musl see. $3000 OBO Phone  886-8009 Eves. #14  Classic BMW. 74, R96. noi running. 886-7821. #13w  Montasa 250, on road/oll-road,  exc. shape. $1200. $899. 886-  7655 or 220-9564. ss  1986 Yamaha XT600, exc. cond.  885-5564. ss  29. Wanted to Rent  Couple looking loi immaculate 2  bdrm apl or townhouse Gibsons  area 1540-8711 #13  Parage Roberts Cieek, Beacon  Ave Pielened B85 3757 eves  ��� 13*  Responsible couple looking lot  house on Sunshine Coasl loi July  4 August Call colled 669 2260  ��� I4w  Working couple legunes 3 txl'm  home, year round, handy with  repairs, enjoy gardening pie  leued aieas Wesl Sec"d! lo Mid  dlepoinl 885 9227 turn  Professional woman. 2 girls.  home to lent oi will housesil lor  teduced rent. Roberts Cteek atea  pielened 886-3739 ��13w  Woiking couple NS/ND have  caieiaking experience and gardening Relerences, Roberls  Creek aiea 885 5574 #14  Wheelchair accessible place, non-  smoker non dnnkei, Gibsons preferred 885 9398 #13  Inexpensive Studio space wilh  tunning watei 4 power, could  Hade lot catelaking duties 886-  8097 #13  Prol. couple will housesil (pets  too) Irom mid-June, in retum lor  reduced rem. Rels. avail. 885-  7914. #14  31. For Rent  Avail. Apr. 1, 2 bdrm house wilh  basemenl. Sechell village, newly  decorated, clean, w/w. 2 large  decks, one covered, large fenced  lol, no pets, $750 p/month. 886-  2917aflet6pm. #12  Egmont. 1 bdrm. basemenl suite,  partially furnished 3/4 acre, water-  Ironl $295 includes utilities,  shaied washer, dryet, sepaiate  teezer, no pels. Rels. Avail Apr,  1.524-8406 #14  Laige 4 bdim home, hydto end.  w/d, 8/1 Roberts Creek. $900 886-  456701886-8019 #14  Avail. Immed. Gibsons, bachelor  suite, 1 bdrm suite, 3 bdrm suite,  no pels. 885-6009 #!4w  Spacious 2 bdim 4 den apl. central Gibsons, $650 886-8150  before 6pm TFN  Avail. May 1, Gibsons. 2 bdrm.  suite with view, fudge, slove.  W/D. $700 596-1669.       ��14w  Pleasant 2 bdrm. characler collage gieal view. Granlhams. avail  April 1, long lease preferred.  Rels ��� $625.886-4996.        #13  31   For Rent  2 bdrm lownrvome. 1425 sq h 1  1/2 baths. 4 appliances, carport,  covered sundeck, close to  schools 4 shopping Available  April 1/92 $775/monlh 886-4680  TFN  Gibsons w/l home, 3 bdim,2  balhs living 4 lamilyroom, large  kitchen, 2 l/coveied sundeck. new  carpels 4 Mini $1000 pet/mo  9252107 #14  1 bdrm shared accomodalion m  latge house. Gibsons $550  /monlh 886-8952 ��13  2 bdim W/F Wesl Sechell April  t.$800/mo 885-3247 all 6 or lv  mess #12  Granlhams 2 bdrm upper duplea.  eac ocean new. $650/mo Share  Uttl Phone 886 9280 ��13w  Close lo a i amenities. 3 bdrm 2  1/2 balhs, kitchen with nook,  gaiage window coverings  appis ,m new dupita, $850 298  521b #14w  Small trailer al Roberts Cieek sun  single person Avail Apnl 1, $350  885-5444 Hi  Trailer Pad  For Rent  Sechell close lo hospital Cal!  Roy. Sussex Realty, B85 6102.  #!4w  Executive Home in Langdale  Large 5 bdim house with view t  balconies 5 appl. 2 1/2 balhs. 2  sided F/P. hoi lub. Elec Plus heat  4 hoi watei. auto 2 cat gatage.  latge landscaped yard. Vertical  Winds skylight 4 island in kitchen  Walk lo lerry. avail. Mat. t,  $1200/mo Sony, no pels Call aft.  530 pom 886-8801 or 886-3308  *��)*  ��13w  Avail lor immed occupancy 1  bdtm basemenl suite with slove,  Indge, washer 4 utils mclud.  Granlhams Landing 886-7249  aliet 7pm a: 4*  Cute 1 bdrm house Shaw Road.  Gibsons Avail. April 1/92. 866-  7178 #13w  Unique 'A' ftame, 2000 sq. II.  dear view of Trail Islands Interior  hot lub, 3 bdims, 2 baths. 5  appis. open plan, suntoom.  greenhouse, 25x30 healed woik-  shop. rels.. $1100/mo. 886-3010  #12  Don Sutherland ol PEBBLES  REALTY LTD.will support yout  Residential, Commercial or Industrial investment. Pebbles provides  a lull service PROPERTY MANAGEMENT PACKAGE. Call Pebbles al 886-8107 lor details. TFN  Small rustic cabin with loft, woodslove. outdoor toilet. Piefei  lemale tenant, must like animals  and be willing to trade part ol rem  loi latm sitting and odd |Obs Rent  negotiable Reply Box 373, c/o  Coasl News. Box 460. Gibsons.  BC VON IVO. #12  Deluxe accom. April 13 May hoi  lub. big scieen TV, lei teq. 886-  3067 #14  Gibsons, sunny 1 bdtm.  wheelchair accessible, $525 plus  Arthur 885-9859. #12  1 bdrm duplex $400 per/mo plus  util Avail Apnl 1. SC H.M.P 886-  9825 #13  1840 sq II condo, adull oriented  heart ol Gibsons, $850/mo, call  886-4724 ��|3W  Ground lloor, lowei Gibsons, 2  bdrm, Ig liv, rm., patio. Iresh  reno , rels req no pels. 886-  8494 #13W  Wesl Sechell, 3 bdtms, up. dining, living room, kilchen, two bath-  100ms, large deck, 2 bdrms. laundry. Ig lam /rec room t kilchen  on gmd. level, 4 appl, 2 blks lo  school, veiy clean, lge. yard,  enclosed gatage, $850/mo. plus  utils 885-3548 or 980-2987  (coll) #13w  Spacious main Hoot of house,  Gibsons 2 bdtm. plus den, lge  kitchen, gaiage, slove, Iridge.  w/d, oil 4 airtight hi, Lge lenced,  landscaped yard $625 mo plus  ullil Avail Apnl or May 886-3439.  ��14w  Avail. March, cozy 1 bdrm. self-  contained suite, Hopkins Landing,  1 km to ferry, parking, great view,  $365 1237 Port Mellon Hwy. 886-  8206. #12  N/S lemale seeking same lor  shared accommodation in my  home. $350|mo plus 1/2 utils loi  April I, North Rd., Gibsons. B86-  8095. TFNs  Spacious 3 bdrm. view central  Gibsons, avail. Mai. 15.886-8150  belore 6pm. TFN  2 bdrm. suite tedecotaled, 4  appl, ocean view Hopkins Landing, non-smoking. $600 886-  3428. 13w  Mobile home sile, Welcome  Woods atea Sechell. near new  school 461-3795 #13w  ADVERTISING  FOB TENANCY  British Columbia legislation prohibits advertising which discriminates in the rental ol property.  For example a person who  stipulates 'no children" as a  condition ol rental would be in  violation ol Ihe Family Status  and the Human Rights Acts. The  landlord who places Ihe advertisement and Ihe newspaper  which publishes it would both be  in conliavenlion ol the legislation  and could have a complaint filed  against them. The Coasl News  will therefore not accept such  discriminatory ads.  when you  pay for 2  FOR ONE WEEK  in either the Monday  or Weekender edition  up to IO words  25 cents for each  additional word.  Births, lost &  HI founds; Free  All classifieds must be  pre-paid before insertion.  Sure Sell Classifieds  $15 up to 10 words  $1 each additional word  Your ad, selling one item, will run 4 consecutive weeks,  then will be cancelled unless you instruct us to renew it  by classified deadline ��� Not available fot commercial advertisers \  Coast News  CLASSIFIED DEADLINES:  Monday Edition Weekender  Noon Friday Noon Tuesdays  Gibsons 886-2622 Sechelt 885-3930 Coast News, March 23, 1992  \1:  Coast News (Monday Edition) Classified Deadline:  Noon Fridays - Gibsons & Sechelt Offices  31   For Rent  Egmonl 2 yr. old dean 2 Mm  mobile home. 924 sq ft plus storage room, large deck. N/S, no  pets, rels. lease possible Also,  small lully lurnished cabin, suit 1  or 2 people, beside ocean All  facilities avail on site. N/S. no  pets. ttOO/mo 883-2222.      ��12  3 bdim home on cul de-sac  soianum. 5 appl, $850/mo 886  4516 01222 4034 113  2 bdrm . view home. 3 appl  RedrootlsRd, $750/mo 1-926  3603 att 4pm #13  Watedront 3 bdrm older home,  pender Haibour washer, dryer  fudge, slove. wood/oil heat, avail  April t   $650 883 9446        ��M2  Wate'tront cozy l bdrm cabin  fudge, slove, laundry facilities  t">vt hpat avail immed, $400  883 9446 ��I2  Ubsi'i's spacious I bdrm apart  menl. great location, avail Api'l t  $600 incl heal & hydro 298  S12  ! bdrm   collage, Rbts   Ck  (470/mQ 886 456/or 886 8019  112  1 bdrm equipped mobile home  Sectelt area, lumnshed oi unfurnished, avail immed 885*7940  #12  1 bdrm, cabin Rbls Ck., pnvate,  near beach, $500/mo 885 9464  #12  2 bdrm spacious view smte, lt��  631 Jacks Lane, Gibsons. $730.  1736-4804 #12  Laige 1 bdim. apt. In quiel residential area near all amenities,  $535 Call 1 937-3794. #12  New sell contained 2 bdrm apt in  quiet home with view Suit business or retirement couple. No  pets, non/smoking 886-8475 #14  2 bedroom house ��� Roberts Creek  $420 per month. Avail May 1st  327*9777 alter 5pm or 885*9265  #14  PROPERTY  MANAGEMENT  SERVICES  (  I  iafk  Steve Sawyer  Resideiiliiil  (iniiiiicrtiiil  IntliiMlrial  1 retirement unit  available.  Restrictions apply.  Relerences  required  Call Steve  Business  Opportunities:  I have a number  of very exciting  business opportunities available.  Call me  We Will aa. a  Screen polenlinl renters  Do inovinq-in inspection  Arr.inge lor maintenance  i1. repairs  Called Hie rent A damnqe  deposit  Disburse rent monies to  ownei  Do moving-oul inspection  FOH LEASE  tppronlmalelj twin in  1300 sq, ri.nl 'Miiilotii  ifflce space in lower  Gibson*! area. I.anii-  IraraJ limy |aniviile some  I, ;is,ln,|[| iiri[iimemetils.  FOR LEASE  LOCATION  LOCATION  LOCATIONI  Fabulous retail space  immediately adjacent lo  Galiano Market, Sechelt  (Bernadelte's Galleries)  Perfect location lor your  retail business.  Avoid all the hassles  and problems and for  just a pittance.  CALL the Property  Management Expert  STEVE SAWYER at  (ilBSONS  REAL IT LTD.  886-2277  31   For Rent  1 bdim with beautilul view.  gouimel kilchen. washei/diyei  ind. avail. Apt. IS. Call Joyce  886 9726 ��!3w  Neil Gibsons Plsza laige 3  bdrm rancher on acreage,  ensuite, 3 appl, room lor live  slock, no house pels, avail May  I, S800/mo 886-3457        tl3w  2 bdrm view home, 3 appl.  Redroolts Rd , $750/mo 1 926-  3603alt 4pm ��l3w  3 bdim waterdonl mobile home  on acieage with HP and W(D in  Earls Cove 686 9600      ��l3w  2 bdrm wateilronl semi detached  on acre. Porpoise Bay, 4 appis,  $575 8869600 HIJw  Waterliont newly renovated. I  bdim apamneni tiowei Pom, non  smoking $550/mo i.itils ind) 261<  1249 alter 6pm ��u  I bdim duplex wesl Sihiwi $400  u/monlh ind ulns 885 '655��l4w  $500 2 becroom mobile near  beach Robeils Creek May 1st  885 38076 7pm ��12  3 bedroom house March 31 si.  Oavrs Bay view $800 pei monlh  me. ulililies. 885-2156 ��I2  34  Help Wanted  New 2 bdim condo. 2 balhs, 4  appis, gaiage. acioss liom manna, within walking distance ot  Sechell. suil piolessional couple,  $700 monlh. lels. 885 2923, 885-  3681 eves. ��I2  3 bdrm house Marine Dr., Gibsons. $900 hydro incl 885-1968.  ��12  Large 2 bdim all appliances,  lenced gaiden. cul-desac, avail.  Apnl I, $850 886-3714.       ��I2  1 bdrm mobile, Bonniebrook,  close lo beach, includes cable,  $460. Phone 886-4980 oi 271-  4645 collect. Ill2  Redecoialed 2/3 bdim. apl,. lum.  or unfurn.. ocean view, Hopkins.  886-7516 all. 6pm. HI 2  32. Commercial  lor Rent  1165 sq. II. retail, Sechell, three  private oflices. $780 net.  2000,10 000 squaie feet, eapo-  sure, will builld to suit  New ollice space 800-2400 sq. II.  Wilson Creek, $8 OOnei  Retail space New Plaza 900-3000  sq. II. 14.00 net  Gianl Realty  686-3330  600 sq. It, piolessional ollice  space, ground lloor. lots ol parking on Farnham Rd, upper Gibsons Call 886-7020 days.    TFN  Lighl industrial 750 sq II. units,  $475 or 1500 sq. II. units.  $950/mo. Avail, immed. in Gibsons. Call Margil al 1-921-6751.  "14��  Davis Bay, Wilson Creek Hill  available. Wheelchair facilities,  885-2752, 885-9863. HI2  Roberts Cieek Hall avail, dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7815. TFN  1)65 sq, II. retail, Sechelt. Three  private offices. $780 nel. 2000-  10,000 squaie feet. Highway  exposure, will build lo suil. Grant  Really 886-3330. TFN  350 sq 11, Office/Store space in  attractive building available April  1, call 886-4716 daytime excepl  Wednesday. ��12  STORAGE  Heated, pallatized, govt  approved. Len Wray's Transler  Lid. 886-2664 TFN  34  Help Wanted  VOLUNTEERS  NEEDED  The Audio Books  program       needs       a  volunteer lo woik with ;m  existing pailnei to help  wilh Ihe ongoing piogiam  Interested In the arts? A  person is needed lo help  at Ihe film and llteatie  nights Weds, oi Sat.  eves.  A women's resource  library needs a person to  help wilh Ihe sel up ol Ihe  lihiaiy and wilh the  ongoing lending ol  mateitiils  Multiple Sclerosis  "Carnation Csmpelgn"  needs a coordlnatoi fot  tins year's campaign Lola  oi Support available  Foi these and more  opportunities please  contact the Volunteer  Action Centre,  885-5881  A service provided foi by  the Ministry ol Social  Services and Housing  Receplionist/Typisl  Weekend receptionist lot busy  Real Estate ollice Please reply-  Box 889 Gibsons, BC        '14w  Law olfice requires legal secretary  wilh experience in corporate/com-  mercial law, lamily law and civil litigation Mail resume to Russell  Cium Law Olfice, Box 649, Gibsons. BC VON IVO ��13w  FT/PT gas attendants, Shell Service Station. Lower Gibsons 886-  7306 ��14  APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM  General Information meeting lor  employers and employees Tues  Mai4,7pm. Capilano Collet Indian  Band Complex Call 885-2639 tor  into.  #12  WANTED: 97 overweight people  to lose 10-29 lbs. per mo. 100%  natural. Doctor recommended.  We pay you. Serious callers only  533-5576. #14  $40,000/yr! READ BOOKS and  TV Scripts. Fill oul simple  :like/don't like' lorm. EASYI Fun,  relaxing at home, beach, vacations. Guaranteed paychecks.  FREE 24 hour recording 801 -379-  2905 Copyright #BC104EB.  #14  Certified Saw Filer  Sharpening a Repairs  to all cuning tools Including  Mower Blades a Chalnsaws  Jamie Harrop  KAYNOR  Interior cleaning big oi small,  bonded & reliable. 884-5324 or  866-2328. TFN  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD.  Topping ��� Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal, Insured. Guaranteed  Work. Free estimates. 885-2109.  TFN  Problems with Land Erosion?  Undeimining? seawall Deterioration? Piling or Float Restoration?  Fee consullation: 885-5435. #12  35   Business &  Home Services  Spotless Painting  a Wallpapering  ' Piolessional Workmanship '  Quality Materials ' Reasonable  Rates ' Free Estimates ' ��83-  9S43. 113  Pioled youi slucco linish oi con  ctele woik Acrylic sealei stain  and waleiprools Fiee estimates  Phone 885 8879 #13  Drywall Finishing  Laige oi small, lasl reliable pro  lesswnal Rob Holler 8863573  ���14w  Sewing alleialions A inpans  [mono 886-7160 HUI  COAST TREE lopping. Falling.  Uanger Tree Removal, Fully  Insured, Prompt Service 885-  9577 oi 549 1748 Hem Beam.HI2  35   Business &  Home Services  Noilh Pacilic Boal Building - a  Division ol Tolan Developments  Lid lepan and resloialton. cabinets, etc wood & Irbieglass  boats, call Roland 885 4847 inw  36, Work Wanted  What  PRICE CARPENTRY  -?!i Yis kxpniience  -Fully h quipped  -Heleiences Available  Design Consultation  BRIAN PRICE  HSb-HlaM       2S|.%|V)  S200-S500 WEEKLY Assemble  pioducls al home Easy! No selling. You're paid direct. Fully guai-  arileed, FREE 24 hour lecoiding,  801-379-2985 Copynghl  "BCI04DH #14  Paik allendanl. caielakei, lull  lime position until Sepl 30/92.  Exp. required, public relations.  boathandling, chamsaw. working  alone, cabin supplied & $400  pei/week. Send lesume Anson  Enterprises, Box 1777, Gibsons,  BC. #12  Coordinator loi "Who Caies Who  Cares" Exciling new part-time  opportunity to coordinate program  designed lo support lamily caie-  giveis. 22 his/wk. Successful  applicanl will have Ihe following  education, skills & experience:  Counselling small gioup leadership, adull education, public relations S knowledge ol community  tesouices, excellent interpersonal  S organizational skills. Deadline  lor applications Apnl 6/92. Send  hand-wnlten cover letter plus  resume lo: Execulive Director,  Sunshine Coasl Home Support  Sociely. Box 2420, Sechell. BC  V0N3A0. #13  Sunshine Cabs is now accepting  applications lor FT/PT drivers.  musl be neai in appeaiance.  Biing youi Class 4 and a driver's  abstract lo 1045 Hwy 101 Suite  #3. or call 886-8914 #14  Hallmoon Bay Child Care has an  opening lot Ihe position ol Supervisor ol Ihe oul-ol-school piogiam, 23 houis per week.  Requires a working knowledge ol  age-appropriate programing lor  children 6-12 years old. Commences Mar. 30. Send resumes  lo Box 57. Wildwood site, RR1,  Halfmoon Bay, BC. #12  Assemble light products Irom  home. Easy work, excellent payl  We details - 24 his. (604) 623-  2380, Exl. #A74. #13  35  Business &  Home Services  Pacilic Construction - a Division ol  Tolan Development Ltd. Renovations basements, drywall, T-bar,  ceilings, suspended drywall ceilings, finishing carpentry. For  FREE eslimales call 885-4847  Roland. "I3w  Spring Time is Roofing Time.  Reasonable Rales Free eslimales. Sechell Pooling 885-5498  ���14  Geneial housecleamng Excellent  relerences on requesl Call B86-  3290 between 10-3 30       ��l4w  TREES TREE SERVICE  Danger Tree Removal, pruning,  limbing & topping, shaping, land  dealing, logging Fully  insured We buy limber, 10% discount semois 884-5263l24hrs),  Spring piojeds lirm prices, given  on lences. decks, greenhouses,  gaiden boxes, elc. Experienced  caipenlei will give Iree estimates.  Bruce 885-9576. ��)3w  COTTWELL PAINTING  Free eslimales, seniors discounts.  886-2312. #12  Man wilh t ton dump truck will do  landscaping. Turt, cement, work.  retaining walls. Delivery ol sand,  giavel and lop soil. Fiee estimates. 7 day sen/ice 885-2870  #12  Foi liee eslimale on tenovalions.  additions, new construction, call  Sound Construction 885-2887  (Roberts Creek). #!4w  Duality custom darning, foundations. Iimshing. renovations,  decks Contiacl oi hourly Gary  885 8934 #14  COOL RUNNINGS  Lighl hauling, lubbish removal.  gaiden woik. rototrlling, odd jobs.  885-3917 #17  Finishing caipentiy and renovations, excellenl. leleiences. David  Tail, 8853870 #13  Compiele lawn and gaiden set-  vice, also minoi installations. Call  Mike 885-0966. #12  House cleaning, flexible, reliable  wilh relerences. Phone Alii alter  6pm 886-2971. #12  Willing and stiong guy will do any  woik. Has chamsaw, evenings  885-9754. #12  House cleaner available, lighl  hauling, gaiage sale left oveis,  basement and yard |iink 886-  B593. ��14w  Experienced mom willing lo pio-  vide pt/lt daycaie in my home,  Chaslei Rd /Cedai Giove School  aiea, lunches s snacks provided  lnilustri.il Fust Aid tiaming & rets  avail. Yvonne 886 4643.     ��13w  Mother ol 2 will babysit in hei  home, Beside Gibsons Elemen-  tary, 886-7160 #13  FUNSHINE DAYCARE A caring  safe environment, creative play  material. ECE Certified slall Fun.  Fun, Fun, lor 2 1/2 to 5 yi olds.  886-3377. ��13w  Molhei ol one will babysit in  home. 885-6252. ��14w  Experienced sittei available  Redioolls aiea. 885-2650. ��l3w  Molly Mouse Day Caie spaces  available - 18 months to school  age. Fun-tilled caring environment  with early childhood trained stall.  886-3913. #30  team!  38. Business  Opportunities  Quality lawn/yard maintenance.  886-7892. #12  It's Time For Spring Cleaning!  Call Excalibur Home Services.  $ 12/hr. general cleaning, $14/hr.  walls, windows 4 moveouts  Phone Lola 886-3543. rels. avail.  #t4w  DO YOU NEED  Lawn/landscape maintenance  weedeating. brushculling, rubbish  lemoval, hedge trimming, window  washing elc. Skip's maintenance  Service 885-2373 #13w  SPOTLESS PAINTING  A WALLPAPERING  IN-HOME PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  Carpets ��� Upholstery   *y  POWIHHJl IRUCK MOUNItO  [QtllPME "  BEST P0SSIBU  JUST ASK AHOUNC  nt      (la  Hi.bUH'j   ���mjs.  IOUND'       ���Am'-  t  886*3823  �� DIVISION 01 KEN OEVRItS  I SON riOORCOVEIllNCS  Full or part time couples and individuals foi business ol your own.  Local Amway distributor assists  you loi splendid opportunity, 885-  7144 or 886-9479. #13  Complete Bobcat Services  Excavating - Backfilling  Retaining Walls - Trenching  Landscape Construction  Drainage  1538  TFN  PRESSURE WASHING  Quality Woikmiinship  FREE ESTIMATES  883-9843  YORKSHIRE GARDENER  Lawn problems' Garden out ol  control? Need Iree pruning, hedge  shaping? Friendly, reliable service. Fully insured. Commercial S  residential. Relerences available.  FRED 886-3526. TFN  WANT TO OWN YOUR OWN  BUSINESS? Parted opportunity  lor 1 or 2 women, Newly established children's consingment  store in Gibsons. All ready lo go  lor summer. Very small investment. This easy to operale business has a low monthly rent.  Lease up soon so acl guicklyl  886-2585 days or 886-8070 eves.  ���13  Looking lor a new opportunity be  sell-employed. Thorough S. on  going training S support. No  investment. Have you got Ihe  desire 4 discipline? Lets talkl  Bryan 1-988-4145 #13  Our Advertising  Department  Delivers.  Our team of  professionals can help  you create an effective  selling message that  gets results. Don't be  left back at the depot  while everyone else is  on the fast track to  increased profits.  When you're ready to  spread your word, let  our qualified  advertising people do  the job. Need it fast?  That's one of the  benefits of having an  'express team' on  hand.  To Place Your Ad Call:  886-2622 or  885-3930  Experienced siller available  Bedrolls area, 885-2650    #13w  Will babysit in my home, Cedar  Grove School area. Phone 886-  4688. #13w  ICBC INJURY CLAIMS  Free initial advice, call Anastase  Maragos. 669-3441. #21  BCYCNA  BRITISH  COLUMBIA  ANDYUKON  COMMUNITY  NEWSPAPERS  ASSOCIAnON  248  BLANKET CLASSIFIEDS  These ads appear in more than 100 community newspapers in B.C. and Yukon  and reach more than 3 million readers.  To p^ace an ad call Coast News at 866-2622   lor25  words  $195  t;l 70ouch additional word  AUTOMOTIVE  Engines rebuilt for cars &  trucks. 6 Cyl. Irom $995, 8  Cyl. from $1095. 5 Year or  100,000 Km limited warranty.  Bond Mechanical 872-0641  8-7 p.m. 7 days. Toll-free 1 -  800-663-2521.   1931 AMERICAN AUSTIN.  Collector's item, partially restored. Running, original  motoi/parts. Goodconditjon.  Reason tor selling - busy with  growing lamily. $7,400 obo.  Call (604)283-2573 Gold  River^   BUILDING SUPPLIES  DOORSI WINDOWS! Interior  and exterior wood, metal and  French doors, wood windows,  skylights. MORE! Call collect  to WALKER DOOR and WINDOW in Vancouver at  (604)266-1101.   BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  DISSATISFIED? DISILLUSIONED? LOOKING? Then  become a FAT CAT in Canada's fastest growing Book and  Vacation program making  huge profits. Full training, corporate support. Call 1-800-  465 5400.  DON'T READ THIS. Unless  you wantto join the FAT CATS  as part ol Canada's hottest  music and vacation program  sweeping the country. Protected territories. 1-800-263-  1900.  RETIREINAYEAR?lt'seasy  now with this innovative new  investment opportunity. Call  now tor details. Three minute  message toll-free in B.C. 1-  978-6162.  Schooley's Sports Ltd.  KltJmat, B.C. All sporting supplies. Fishing, bikes, hunting,  etc. Prime location. Good  lease. Owner retiring for  health reasons. Contact Fred  or Kay 632-3466.  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  SIMPLY ALARMINGI Discover the rewards of marketing the world's most advanced, affordable security  systems. Full-time/pan time  opportunities. Contact Director of Marketing, Tyte Security Inc. (604)684-5500.  International company needs  commissioned reps. Liquid  roof coatings, modified membranes, flooring and blacktop  products. Excellent technical  support, training. Consolidated Coatings, P.O. Box 70,  New Westminster, B.C. V3L  4X9 1(800)448-5833.  EXTRA INCOME. Distribute  pre-recorded 'Personalized*  children's cassette tapes to  stores. Kids and moms love  this all occasion gift. No competition. Investments Irom  $3,199. Jackie 1-403 473-  Gas Bar Convenience Store.  Nearly new, paved, canopied.  Town centre, Alaska Highway. LOTTO, Gross sales  $1.5 M. $175,000. Fort Nelson Realty, 774-7653, lax  774-6131.  FREEGOLD: Hardrock claim  owners with Iree milling, gold  ore. Bulk test technology  adaptability. Black Sand upgrading. 1(604)858-4289.  Pilot Mill 858-9585 Home one  time ad.  Excellent FAST-FOOD outlet,  northern Vancouver Island.  Center Mall location tor 11  years. Health reasons forces  sale. Gross sales $125,000/  annum. Good lamily business. More Into 949-8612.  MICRO SATELLITE DISH.  Technological breakthrough  of the decade! Market  spacetech's 3' system to  homes, apfs, R. V.'s from your  protected territory. Perfect  w-home operation $17,500*,  (604)671-6394.  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  Unique opportunity. Respectable permanent upper Income, immediate cash How.  Not glamorous or high-lech,  yet stable, with repeat customers. Need ethical individual who can manage own  business. Investment required tor exclusive territory  and lull training. 850-2113.  DAYCARE   The perfect daycare alternative. Regal Domestics Ltd.  provides professionally  screened, experienced live-  in nannies. Complete portfolios available. For free information call (604)293-1977.  EDUCATION  FOR SALE MISC  TRAIN TO MANAGE an  Apartment/Condominium  building. Many jobs available. Government licensed  home study certification  course. Call lor details:  (604)681-5456 orl-800-665-  8339.  HOW TO PLAY POPULAR  PIANO. New home study  course. Fast easy method.  Guaranteed! FREE information. Write: Popular Music,  Studio (127), 103-1054 Ellis,  Kelowna, B.C. V1Y1Z1.  Learn Income Tax Preparation or Basic Bookkeeping.  Tax deductible certificate  courses. For free brochures,  no obligation: U & R Tax  Services, 1345 Pembina  Hwy,. Winnipeg, MB R3T  2B6. 1-800-665-5144, or fax  1(204)284-8954.  FOR SALE MHO.  OUTERWEAR FABRICS!  Low prices! Gore-Tex, Uluex,  Microlibres, patterns. Send  $5.35 lo: Flying Fabrics, 43  Anders St., Red Deer, AB,  T4R t B7 for sample package  and updates. (403)340-1533  for information.  FOR SALE JEWELRY  STORE INVENTORY. In its  capacity as Trustee, Peal  Marwick Thome Inc. is offering for sale the inventory and  fixtures ol a jewelry stole lo  cated in Salmon Arm, B.C.  For viewing opportunities and  further information contact  Delene Demeter, Peat  Marwick Thome Inc., at  (604)545-8151.   Fashion Fabrics by mail, lor  tree fabric swatches and Information send name and  address to Foxglove Fabric  Finders, 709-810 W. Broad  way, Vancouver. V5Z 4C9.  Backhoes 2 & 4 W.D , 950,  960, loaders, 18' x 36' jaw  crusher, dump trucks and  pups, 455 case loader, water  truck, excavators, and more  equipment not listed. Call Vic  493j6791,   HELPWAHTED  CHATEAU LAKE LOUISE,  nestled In the Canadian  Rockies, is accepting applica ���  lions for permanent lull-time  employees to work as room  attendants, dishwashers, FSB  bussers and cashiers. We  also require a qualified Chef  de Parties, as well as First  Cooks, preparation cooks and  security officers. Positions  available Mar..'Apr./May.  Shared subsidized accommodation and meals. Full medical benefit package for per  marten! employees. Reply  with your resume and work  relerences to: Human Resources, Chateau Lake  Louise, Lake Louise AB, T0L  IE0. Facsimile (403)522-  3834. "One of the Financial  Post -100 best companies to  work lor in Canada*.  We need people. F/T-P/T,  your area associated with our  Manufacturing and Distributing 16yearo!dcompany. You  will be independent with full  support. J;736-9506.  HF.LP WANTED  HERE'S THE CURE lor Ihe  'No Money Blues'. Independ  ence, job flexibility andunlim  ited potential can be yours.  So....shake oft those blues.  Call us loday at 1-800-661  ! 3305. Ma Cherie Home Fash -  I Ion Shows Oakville, Ontario  (EST. 1975).  ���PRETTY PUNCH' NEEDS  DEALERS IN YOUR AREA.  The ultimate in needle punch  embroidery, introducing this  excellenl home craft. Products 100% guaranteed.  (403)239 2828.  PERSONAL  ADD A LITTLE SPICEI College Roommates Cindy,  Lisa, Diane nnd Jenniler -  have exciling personal pho  tos ol themselves lor sale.  Fordiscreelinlo.willeSPICE,  Box 670 GB. Kelowna, B.C.  V1Y7P4. Adultsonlypleosel   PETS   EXOTIC PETS. African  Pygmy Hedgehogs lor sale.  Also selling Vietnamese Potbellied Pigs, Jerboas. Will  ship. Make great pets, breeding pro|ects. Phone 766-  3928.    REAL ESTATE   PROPERTIES TO BE SOLD  torunpaidtaxes. Crown Land  availability. For Information  on both write: Properties,  Dept. CN, Box 5380, Stn. F,  Ottawa, K2C3J1.   SERVICES  Major ICBC and injury claims.  Joel A. Wener trial lawyer lor  22 years. Call collect:  (604)7365500. Contingency  leesavailable. Injured in B.C.  only.  BLANKET CLASSIFIED  ADVERTISING  An advertising "Best Buy"!  .   -..-    ,.---���������-������   :    ..--���������    - . -~* ���^^J���^^<^J>a.^,MtM  MMMMaaM Coasl News, M.irch 2 J, !W2  23  business  Mill has used lubricants to burn  COMMERCIAL - RESIDENTIAL  ROOFING  Torch On  886-3426  Waste oil at Howe Sound Pulp and Paper k now being pretreated  for on-site disposal, eliiiiinatine handling and shipping to the Lower  Mainland.  Thursday, an Opcan Pacific mobile treatment lab began processing  20.000 to 25.00 litres of waste oils for burning - primarily hvdraulics  and lubricant!, used on the pulp machine rollers - under the'supervision of BC Environment, Lands and Parks officer Cory Legebokow.  "It isn't considered recycling," Legebokow says "because bv-prod-  ucts are created."  The by-products, mainly contaminant water and hard particles,  will be tested to determine whether the water will be allowed into the  effluent water treatment and the panicles bumed on-site, or have be  shipped to the lower mainland for extended treatment prior to disposal or storage.  Mill property supervisor Dave Chance says quantities of waste oil  generated are not sufficient for the mill to have a permanent treatment  process of its own al this time, adding complete recycling of the  waste oil on-site remains urn costly as well.  Terry Johnson, of Opcan Pacific, says he expects just over 120  gallons of waste water to be produced from the roughly 25,000 litres  of oil to be treated  "The results the mill has submitted for untreated oil have met  provincial requirements (no PCB's)," Legebokow says. Under BC  Environment's special waste regulations, the waste oil is tested prior  10 and after processing, the b) -products generated are tested, and the  water separated from the oil and any particulate matter stuck in the  filter system are tested to determine disposal.  Trade  Apprentice  program  promoted  on Coast  There are approximately 170  apprenticeable trades in British  Columbia yet only II) of these  trades are currently represented  on the .Sunshine Coast.  Electricians, carpenters and  mechanics are all easily recognizable trades, but how about a  pile driver, a well driller, an  einbalmer or a horticulturist?  An apprenticeship is a time  proven method of acquiring  skills combining practical on  the job training and technical  classroom instruction.  The program enables skills  Id be passed from one generation of trades|iersons to the next  while ensuring that new  advances in technology are  incorporated in the process.  The Sunshine Coast Community Futures Association and  Capilano College are cospon-  soring an Apprenticeship Program. The meeting will lie held  at the new South Campus of  Capilano College (Sechelt Indian Band Complex) Tuesday,  March 24 from 7 pm to 10 pm.  Arne Johansen, apprenticeship counsellor for Ihe Ministry  of Advanced Education and Job  Training, will discuss the program and answer audience  questions.  The meeting will be of interest to both employees or slit-  dents wishing to pursue an  apprenticeable trade, as well as  employers searching for ways to  meet lite ever-increasing need  for skilled employees.  Johansen will discuss the  responsibilities of both parlies  in an apprentice agreement, the  eosls anil the rewards,  Capilano College will also  describe its Adult Basic Education program for those individuals interested in upgrading their  math, science or English skills  prior lo entering an apprenticeship.  Although there is no charge  lor llie meeting, all interested  persons are asked lo contact the  Sunshine Coasl Community  Futures Association at XK5-  2639 to preregister for Ihe meeting.  Terry Johnson shows Dave Chance before and after samples  of waste oil at Opcan Pacific's portable treatment unit at  Howe Sound Pulp and Paper. Joel Johruflone photo  AND THE WINNER IS.  * Angel Strehlen-=  Angel Wais the Lucky Winner of  the HOME SHOW DRAW and is  shown here with Roberta Foxall of  Sew-Easy and the President of the  Trail Hay Mall Merchants'Association.  She wins ,i 3 minute shopping spree at  Shop Easy which will take place  Thursday.March 26 at 9:00 am.  Come and join the  Mall Merchants and Angel's friends in  cheering her on.  fc3B-D. Q. & ASSOCIATES  'RENOVATIONS  4 ADDITIONS  * SKYLIGHTS  Duroids       ""     * vinyl siding  Nunci  VARIETY : : FOODS  14 T/it1 oii/v hill spectrum health food slaw on the Sunshine Coast. Only  I W0% organic /n/if & produce. Ottered to you by out highly  qualified piodm e person Nanci, who fusl returned irom Mexico  raring to sent' you Nami will bring the /'<">t selection available and  gladly answer your questions.  The lliggest Little Store in Gihsons Landing ��� 886-2936  5 speed manual transmission with overdrive  ��� 5 6L/I00 km. or 50 mpg. city, 4.5L/I00 km.  or 63 mpg. highway'  ��� electronic fuel  injection ��� power (ronl disc/rear  drum brakes ��� rear window defogger  ��� cloth reclining buckel seals  ��� no deductible 3 year/60,000 km.  warranty    <j" ""^""T A a^\ *  &0S?  'i _  1.61 overhead cam multi-port fuel injected engine  ��� 5 speed manual transmission with overdrive  ��� MacPherson 4 wheel independent  suspension wilh front stabilizer bar  ��� power front disc/rear drum brakes  ��� driver's side air bag ��� i speaker  AM/FM slereo ��� no deductible  3 year/60,000 km. warranty  $13,690*  ALL NEW FOR CANADA  G  E T  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us  leave your cure* al linme iviih us  Pet / Animal Carr  Mail Clearing and Forwarding  Indoor Plant and Yard Maintenance  Regular Home Check or Ijvein Senile  CALL .SHARON 885-2228  WCwiMHuu-lViitdi  ^*S       itdmolitiud  BONDED LICENSED INSURED   Branch.. CMit To Coat   NOW  AT YOUR CHEVROLET/GEO DEALERS NOW.  Ask about additional $750 rebate for eligible college grads.  * MSRP for 1992 lime model Metro, Tracker ond Storm respectively PriCBl lor Metro and Trackei include $500 rebate taken Rebate 'ndudet GST Freight of $350 (Met(o)/$350  [Tracker)/$400 (Storm) ond applicable taiet en'ra Deale* may tell fo' lett 4 wheel d'ive ond hardtop available at e*tra cott * *Payme-��s lor Metro.'T-acket baseci on 6 ��%/7 9%  APR GMAC financing for 48 month, with 15% downpoymeni, OAC, and do not mcWe caih back E ���ample $7004/$9984 financed over 48 monttit o' 6 9%/7 9%. monthly pay  ment it $167 39/J243 27. coil of borrowing ll $1030 72/S 1692 96 lotal amount repa-d il S8034 '2/J1 1.676 96 Anummg $500 'ebate no: 'alien effective role it  9 85V9 96V coil of borrowing it $1498 01/12160 25  Finance and coih bock often may not be combined  See dealer fo- de'o-lj   IBaied on fronipori Canada tei< me'hodt  LIMITED TIME OFFER  Sunshine Motors Ltd. 885-5131 news  Supporters argue marine business  essential to harbour prosperity  I rum paita' I  Colos earlier explained his  plans include constiuction nt a  two storey lnitli wall to net as a  sound barrier between Hill's  .uul llie eomloniiiiiiiiiis  Jim Rowledge, an engineer  and building contractor neighboring Hill's, said approving  the expansion could result in  significant cost an estimated  $5,000 to $10,000 io neigh  Ihus forced to soundproof their  homes  "Council should think twice  before imposing thai kind of  expense," he said  1 en Taylor, president of llie  condominium strata corpora  non. argued against tbe lectin!  'Boats need a  facility like this  right here in  dibsons where the  money stays in  Gibsons.'  - Ted Hume  cal deficiencies of the proposal,  saying the siie is .10 per cent to  51) per cent smaller than  allowed by marine zoning regulations. "It's the right proposal,  Inn the wrong sile," Taylor said  "While the boating community  is growing, so is the need for  high-density housing.  The reason condos were built  was because council indicated  residential was the long-term  destiny for this area "  Taylor suggested that Hillside Industrial Park, near Port  Mellon, would lie a more appropriate place for a marine shop  business, a suggestion echoed  by others opposed to the location.  But there were numerous  speakers who argued lhal convenient marine service is essential lo the long-term prosperity  of a working Gibsons' harbour,  citing examples of other coastal  communities whose waterfront  activity they said has died  because of high-density residential development.  Ted Hume, who has lived in  Gibsons 41 years, said the town  has always thrived on its waterfront activity.  "Boats need a facility like  this right here in Gibsons where  the money stays in Gibsons," he  said, underlining the conclusions of ihe Gibsons Landing  Merchants' Association in a  recently completed downtown  revitalization plan.  Another long-lime resident,  Shirley Macey, urged council to  keep in mind the history of Gibsons as a boating community.  "We're growing, but we  need to grow in every direction,  not jusl residential."  And Gwen Robertson,  founder of the Gibsons' heritage  society, pointed out that fishing  is the town's main industry.  Fresh  Brewed  Coffee  for your office  or place of business  Call Doug al 886-7686  Audrey's  Coffee  Service  Office rfnd Restaurant  Supplies and Equipment  Providing services nearby is  essential if thai tradition is  going lo continue, she s.ml, a  iHvsition echoed bv Murray Can  lelon, local IWA rep  "I hope more inilialivcs like  this happen in llie Qlbsons  area," Cantelon said "I don't  think there's enough woik for  people here."  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