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 :  LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY  vSABCUV8V8SlX4    *.1  COAST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  ESTABLISHED     194  April 26,1993 Volume 47 Issue 1'  Sifting current  solutions amid  past traditions  hy Darah Hansen  A narrow road, made muddy  in llie spring rain, cuts lhe path  up to the quiel camp situated on  lhe banks of Ihe traditional  .Sechell site known as Deserted  Bay.  Il's been over 40 years since  the lasl of Ihe Tsoh-nye moved  Iheir homes from   __________  litis wilderness  into the growing  town of Sechelt  and Ihe years of  neglect have left  Iheir iniiik on the  once pristine enviionmeni.  Amongst  the   ______  flowering branches, the moss-covered Irees and  the unkempt grass, rusted gasoline and propane lanks stand. A  garbage bag of cans left over  from a logging camp, the twisted wreckage of a truck, and a  ramshackle collection of wood  buildings leave telltale signs of  lhe infringement of the 20th  centuiy.  Yel, for the members of lhe  band, standing amid the modernity, it's as if lime has stood  slill for hundreds of years.  The sounds of the wind  through lhe trees and the water  lapping on the shores bring  thoughts of early days when the  sile provided a rich livelihood  for lhe Tsoh-nye.  ','ll_. .like  coming  home," says a wislful John  Robson, glancing about him at  Here ou the land  of their  forefathers, they  say a change has  come over them  the peaceful surroundings.  At 16, Ihis is fust Irip Rob-  son has made lo lhe place  where his grandparents had  lived. He didn't come here  strictly by choice.  Robson's part of a group of  six Native boys, ranging in age  from 12 lo 18, who reluctantly  agreed lo leave Iheir Sechell  homes to come lo what he       thought  was  a  "BBC - lhe Bad  Boys Camp."  Back in town,  Robson and Ihe  other boys don'l  experience much  of the old ways.  They're con-  ______   sidered by Iheir  leachers, parents  and counsellors to be "youths at  risk".  All have trouble in school  and have either quit or been  expelled. All have problems  with controlling Iheir tempers  and language. All, wilh the  exception of Ihe youngest, have  experimented heavily with  alcohol and drugs and have  been in trouble with the law.  But here on Ihe land of their  forefathers, Ihey say a change  has conic over them.  "I'm going to quit drugs and  alcohol, that's one change,"  says Robson. His friend, 16-  year-old Kirby Jackson, adds:  "Yeah, and go back lo school...  that's important."  back-... - Wn taken the boys only dine  days to draw these conclusions.  Nine days of isolation away  from the modern world.  turn to pagt 2  Kirby Jackson, right, a Tsoh-nye participant, with Calvin Craigan and chief (iary Feschuk.  Darah Hansen photo  Inside  book ret/lew peee 12  fsoHmunlt/ peeeB  tenure  m* a  letme  pmn  Mtffejpf  pete*  tperte  PL* 13  Pilots calling for regular weather reports  by Jane Seyd  Lack of weather repotting al Sechelt air-  pot l is being criticized in lhe aftermath of a  Cessna plane crash lasl weekend which  claimed Ihe life of 24-year-old pilot Darrell  Symons.  The official cause of lite crash has noi yel  been determined, bul a Transport Canada  investigator said lasl week thai low cloud  cover over the hills jusl cast of lhe airport  was likely responsible.  But without any weather reporting al the  airport, pilots like Symons regularly "have lo  form our own conclusions," said Jack  (Blackie) Apsouris of Coast Western Airlines.  For related story,  see page 3  "I would like to see some regular observations," he said. "That is something we desperately need here."  In a case like the crash on Saturday, "it  doesn't matter whether he had 700 hours or  7,000 hours (experience)," said Apsouris,  because weather patterns on the Coast  change so quickly. "Here you can go when  it's good and IS minutes later it's bad."  Most recently, a long-time caretaker at  the airport who gave unofficial radio weath  er reports to pilots approaching Sechelt also  left his position, after his request for a larger  stipend was rejected by the airport committee.  In Ihe past, the caretaker had watched  over the airport in exchange for free accommodation and utilities, said Joyce Kolibas, a  member of Ihe committee, but there was no  money for any extra payment.  "He may have done (weather reporting)  but it certainly wasn't included in his  required duties," said Kolibas. "If someone  wants to land here it's up lo Ihem." Friends  and students of Symons said bad weather  had recently been frustrating for pilots.  turn lo page 2  Storm  brewing  around  Lindome  The deadline has come and  gone for Sechelt's Dohrn Bosch  to have done something about  his non-complying Lindome  and now council is preparing lo  lake action.  But councillors aren't saying  what that action is. "Mr. Bosch  is now in contempt of court,"  said municipal clerk Michael  Vaughan, "and council is proceeding to enforce the building  permit requirements ... We've  sent Mr. Bosch a letter stating  as much."  Bosch erected the plastic  dome structure at his business,  Tideline Marine, a year ago  without a building permit.  Sechelt took him to court and  last month he was ordered to  upgrade the structure to building permit standards, which he  has yet to do. He has, however  appealed the Supreme Court  decision. "I don't know what's  going to happen next," Bosch  said. "But If they try to take it  down there's going to be some  assault charges laid."  After Ihe party ... Ihe Gibsons and District Chamber of  Commerce Trade Fair is looking lo grow, see page 8.  Recycling figures  don't add up: SCRD  by Jane Seyd  A report card on recycling  issued by Ihe provincial governmenl Ihis week has pul Ihe Sunshine Coasl al lhe bottom of the  class.  Using figures collected fur  1990 and 1991 wasle management, Ihe report puts the Coasl  (along with one olher area) at  Ihe bottom of a list of 28 regional districts province-wide, with  a figure of zero recycling for  1991, down from one per cenl  in I990.  By comparison, recycling  province-wide wenl from three  per cent to 14 per cent during  that time period, with some  regions recycling between 16  und 25 per cent of their municipal waste.  But meanwhile, local politicians and recyclers say Ihe  province's figures aren't accurate. And even the Ministry of  Environment's own staff admit  Ihe measurements are only eslimales thai aren't necessarily  equivalent between different  regions. "It doesn't make sense  to us," said Dave Crosby, assistant works superintendent for  the regional district.  According to Bernard  McGrath, president of Ihe  SCRAPS recycling group, Ihe  Gibsons depot recycles an average of one tonne a day: over  350 tonnes a year. Yel according to the provincial report, only  about 80 tonnes were recycled  in 1991,  "Obviously Ihose figures are  wrong," said director Jim Gurney, chair of Ihe public utilities  committee. "We don'l have zero  recycling."  Gill Coellner, of the municipal wasle reduction branch in  Victoria, said it was "unfortunate" all information wasn't  included in the report and added  that in future the government  will be checking back and correcting mistakes.  Meanwhile, he said it's up to  each region to come up with a  recycling plan which works for  that community. In many areas  of lhe province, waste management is still "pretty primitive,"  he commented.  According to the provincial  report card, 31,726 tonnes of  garbage - or 1,526 kilograms  per person - went into Sunshine  Coast landfills in 1991.  Pender  probing  artificial  reef  options  by Jane Seyd  Five months after the  destroyer Chaudiere was sunk  as a diving attraction off  Kunechin Point over the  protests of the Sechelt Indian  Band, Ihe idea of additional artificial reefs for the Sunshine  Coast is resurfacing.  Although lalks are still in the  preliminary stages, members of  the Pender Harbour Chamber of  Commerce have spoken to the  Artificial Reef Society about (he  possibility of getting another  diving attraction for Iheir area,  says Larry Curtiss of Lowe's  Resort.  Meanwhile the Sechelt Indian Band has already said il will  fight the proposal.  Curtiss says Pender Harbour  businesses have been interested  in getting a reef from before Ihe  lime the Chaudiere went down  in Sechelt Inlet, to help lourisl  operators during (lie slow winter  season.  Sites are being considered up  Agamemnon Channel, in Jervis  Inlet or near Nelson Island, he  says, and ihere are two potential  boats in mind - neither one as  big as the Chaudiere.  He added before anything  happens, the chamber will also  have lo drum up community  interest.  Meanwhile, the Sechelt Indian Band has vowed lhat moves  to bring another artificial reef  into their traditional waters -  which extend up Jervis Inlet and  over lo Texada Island - will be  met wilh strong resistance.  "The band is already dead set  against another ship in our territorial waters," said band chief  Garry Feschuk. "We don't feel  our territory should be a graveyard for ships."  Earlier in the week, Ihe subject of artificial reefs was also a  topic al a meeting of the Foreshore Advisory Task Force,  which has said it will oppose  attempts to close the area  around the Chaudiere to fishing  or boat traffic.  Jay Straith, president of the  Artificial Reef Society, said  ihere have been some earlier  safety concerns about the mix  of boats and divers at the site.  "People would go roaring  tight through there when there  were obviously divers out  Ihere."  He said the society would  like lo see a ban on fishing  within 100 feet each side of Ihe  reef lo protect the maiine life it  is meant to promote. "You don't  want lo close up the whole  bay."  Feschuk said so far Ihe hand  hasn't been approached aboul  an additional reef by either Ihe  Pender Harbour Chamber of  Commerce or Ihe Artificial Reef  Society, bul added band councillors have heard of Ihe idea.  "Our band feels insulted thai  they're even trying to bring  another ship up."  Jane Reid, regional director  for Ihe area, says so far she  hasn't been approached about  the plan, bul adds "1 suspect  there would be a lol of opposition to it." Reid - who voted in  favour of supporting the  Chaudiere sinking - said her  support for a Pender Harbour  reef would depend on "where  and what" as well as community feeling.  Meanwhile Straith says there  will have to be bolh local governmenl and communily support before the projecl goes any  further.  Said Feschuk, "I hope they  realize this time we're part of  the communily."  _____________  ____ ���_.UdM Mcna,   rwtii *.\j,  NOTICE OF ROAD CLOSURE  From the head of the Gibsons side  government dock to the Keats Island  Baptist Camp property line.  Closed from April 27,1993 at 8:00 a.m.  until April 28,1993 at 8:00 a.m.  Renewing a kindred sense of purpose  NEW?  On the Coast  Baby  Bride or bride to be  Have we visited YOU yet?  We have Gifts to welcome you.  CALL  US!  Helen Milburn        886-8676      Huth Bulpit 885-5847  N.in Nanson 886-3416     Rosemarie Cook 885-5821  SUNSHINE COASt  LABOUR COUNCIL  CtC a-VFf 1L1ATES  CIM11* CMN Ml ICFMWU  IWA 1-71  UFAWU  ICMU  onu  HEU  mu 40  April 28 - A Day of Mourning  "In recognition of Canadian workers who were  killed, injured or disabled on the job during the  past year."  Every year more than 1 ,tM)0 Canadian workers  are killed on the job. Thousands are  permanently disabled. Hundreds of thousands  are injured.  Thousands of others die fmm cancer, lung  disease, and other ailments caused by exposure  to toxic substances at their work places.  April 28 of each year has been chosen by the  Canadian Labour Congress as a Day of  Mourning for these victims of workplace  accidents and diseases.  A day to rededicate ourselves to the goal of  making Canadian workplaces safer.  from page I  Nine days of intense personal  discovery through a teium to  Native spirilualily and lo lhe losl  traditions of close community  caring and sharing.  The boys say Ihey feel difler-  enl here. They feel close lo Ihe  environment, Tlrey feel the presence of tlteir ancestors.  "I feel it," says Jackson. "I  feel a kind of chiuige, a tingling  in my body."  "It's a teal honour jusl lo  come up here," says Robson. "ll  Ids you discover who you arc...  I tell you this is Ihe place lo do  II. Ihey're naturally good kids,"  says drug and alcohol counsellor  for Ihe band, Wesley Jeffries, of  lhe group of which he is in  charge, "ll jusl takes time and  patience lo bring that goodness  out,"  The root ol llie boys' problems is historical, says Jeffries.  "Il's been In my generation and  it's been in (older generations)."  Il's the leftover impact of the  residential schools, the forced  assimilation, the displacement of  the Indian peoples he says.  "In our hearts wc know Ihis is  our land but legally it belongs to  the Crown. The boys feel that,  They feci they've had something  taken away.  "Our culture, traditions, spirituality,..without those three  things you don'l know who you  are and where you are going and  that's a lol of pain lo carry."  Jcffties says he's not so idealistic to think lhat a few days at  Hand chief liary Feschuk takes a stroll with a camp participant.  camp will put a slop to the cycle  of abuse rampant in (he Native  communily, bul he hopes ihis is  a start.  "I think whal we work on  here everyday, all day, is breaking negative patterns and learning positive ones. They arc  being laugh! lo lake responsibility inio Iheir lives, lo be accountable.  "Wc have lo slarl wilh one  individual and il will flourish  from Ihere."  On Ihis ninth day at camp,  Ihe boys have spenl most of lhe  morning and afternoon participating in a sweat lodge ceremony led by former band councillor  Den Pierre.  To the jubilant few who had  made it through all four rounds  of the ceremony, congratulations  were given by all.  That's pari of lhe program  too: "We let Ihem know when  they're doing well. They need  this.  Darah Hansen photo  "They need lo be recognized," says Jeffries.  And with three days left to go  of the program, the boys talk  aboul what will happen when  Ihey go back home, how Ihey  want to continue meeting, sharing their thoughts and lending  support.  "In Sechelt, we dnn'l always  get along that well. But up here  we've learned if someone needs  help, then we help them," says  Kirby Jackson.  Companies. SCRD stand off over Chapman  YOU RE THE WINNER WHEN YOU CHOOSE  COAST NEWS & WEEKENDER CLASSIFIEDS  885-3930 or 886-2622  WE ACCEPT |jj^)J0R _"__  fOR YOUR CONVENIENCE  bt June Seyd  Despite Iwo days of wrangling lasl week,  members of the Integrated Watershed Management Plan commillee failed to reach any  agreements over contentious areas of a draft  plan for the Chapman watershed.  "Wc really didn't progress very far," said  chair Harry Miller of the Ministry of Forests,  At issue are major differences between  the forest companies and the regional disltict  over logging in lhe "walcrshcd retention"  zone, including Ihe higli-elevalion mountain  hemlock forest und water catchment area.  Under a regional dislricl propositi; no logging be allowed in Ihe area for between five  lo 10 years, us further hydrological studies  arc completed.  'The Tetrahedron is also  being considered for a  wilderness designation  under the Protected Areas  Strategy'  Meanwhile International Forest Products  has proposed lo log five eutblocks of 10 lo  15 hectares each west of Ihe Chapman Bowl,  over it five-year period.  Cnder the draft plan - which has noi yel  been accepted by'the committee - the watershed would be be managed under a zoning  system, with varying levels of both logging  and recreational use allowed.  Bul so far, said Miller, "the two ends of  Ihe spectrum are slill pretty polarized."  Some of Ihe most controversial areas  under discussion by the watershed commillee are also the subject of Ihe overlapping  Tetrahedron Local Resource Use Plan group  - expected lo wrap up discussion this summer, lhe Tetrahedron is also being considered for a wilderness designation under the  Protected Areas Strategy.  Miller said if decisions can'l be reached  locally, or conflicting decisions arc made by  tlte differenl processes, a final landmsyjtlan  1 will likely come down from a higher level of  Ihe provincial governmenl or lhe Ministry of  Forests.  SOLV  AMP  WIN  $1,000   WORTH   OF  POWER   SMART  PRODUCTS.  Inspector Socket has jusl solved his  toughest case yet - the Case of lhe Lost  Power. If you'd like lo know how he did  it, you can find out al your participating  retailer. He'll show you how to detect  energy waste around your home.  /\nd how you could win one of five  $1,000 prizes of energy-efficient products  or one of 25 free home inspections.  Remember, being Power Smart saves a lot  more than money.  For retailers near you, please call  1-800-663-0431. In the Lower Mainland, call 540-8883.  masm  EEtiEER  BChydro  Perennials planted at crash site  from page I  "Wc gel a lol of bad weather," said Brenda  Webb, who look flying lessons from Symons for  Ihe pasl several months. "But people in our business have gol lo make a living. Sometimes Ihey go  against the odds."  For Ihe pasl 10 months, Symons had been chief  pilot and flight instructor al Rizar Aviation in  Sechelt.  "He made il fun," said Webb. "His favourite  saying was 'No worries'...You always felt safe."  Although Rizar has closed temporarily, owner  Shirley Zaytsoff said she intends lo conlinue with  the flying school.  "Thai's what Darrell would have wanled," she  said. "He loved flying and he wanted other people  lo experience it."  Zaytsoff said many of Symons' friends and students have been up to pay Iheir respects al Ihe  crash site. "We planted some perennials there ...  hopefully they'll bloom every spring."  She added that the aviation community in  Sechelt has been very supportive since Ihe accident.  "When it's somebody that you know il is a bil  of a shock," said Apsouiis.  Elphinstone  Secondary  NEWS-  ���MOM.IMSTRUCTIONAL HALF-DAY MAY 7  On May 7 there will be a half-day protessionai development day  for teachers. Classes will end at 11:50. The topic will be  "Authentic Assessment." Parents and students are invited to  attend. The session will begin at 12:45 p.m.  REPORT CARDS AVAILABLE SOON  On April 29 report cards will be distributed to students.  |_a__Qg STUDENT MEEDS A HOME FOR 2 MONTHS  One of the exchange students at the school needs a home lor  May, June and part ot July. This female student speaks English  very well and will help with regular household chores. The local  Rotary Club will ensure you receive $75.00 a month to help  detray costs. It you are interested, leave a message at 886-  2204 tor Martyn Wilson.  REMINDERS FROM "GRAD" COMMITTEE  May 22- "Grad" banquet.  June 28- Commencement ceremony  Grade 12's should be bringing in their grocery tapes.  TRUCK RAFFLE  Tickets are still available for the truck raffle ($20/ticket). Only  1,000 tickets will be sold so your chances of winning are fairly  high. Call the school (886-2204) and leave a message if you  wish to buy one.  Notice of  Annual  General  Meeting  April 28,1993  The 52nd aVtnual General  Meeting ot Sunshine Coast  Credit Union will be held at  the Greene Court Hall,  5811 Medusa Street.  Sechelt B.C. on Wednesday,  April28, 1993at 730 p.m.  All credit union members are  welcome to attend  THANK YOU  to our valued readers,.  Businesses appreciate it when you  tell them you read their ad in the  COAST NEWS   <0$u��*_i  ,*-"  ___i  Credit Union  Pender Harbour  Branch  Madeira Park  883-9531  Sechelt Branch  Teredo Square  885-3255  Gibsons Branch  Kern's Plaza  886-8121  IM  a__ Coast News, April 26, 1993  news  Coast volunteers collect national honours  Sunshine Coasl volunteers got a well-  deserved pal on the back Wednesday when  the volunteer action centre branch of Communily Services hoslcd its 9th Annual Volunteer Recognition Tea.  Over 22S representatives from the 360  agencies and organizations registered on the  Coast lumed oul lo witness lhe presentation  of eight Canada 125 Commemorative  Medals awarded to deserving Coast citizens  who have made significant contributions to  the Canadian way of life. Receiving the  awards were: Betty Keller, Elizabeth  Konopasek, Francis Konopasek, Ken Duff,  Hilary Estergaard, Lois Irene Smith, Ken  Moore and Howard White.  Also recognized was Jane Sorko, who  was presented with a similar prize earlier in  Ihe month. Guest at the affair, Liberal MLA  Gordon Wilson, congratulated the recipients  and said: "I think the communily is a little  bit stronger for having such people in it."  The afternoon wasn't just honours and  speeches of course, the crowd was also  graced during a luncheon spread with musical performances by The Hot Potatoes,  backed by pianist Ken Dalgleish, and  CaSaAn,  Coordinator for the event, Nancy Baker,  said Ihe tea was hosted in honour of National  Volunteer Week. She said it was important  to recognize and say thank you lo the many  people who do unpaid, bul necessary, work  in the communily. She added, "People don't  volunteer lo receive certificates. They volunteer because they care and believe in the  cause."  Did yuu know:  In Canada, some 13 million people are  estimated to be involved in volunteer work  either on Iheir own as 'good neighbours' or  through an organization.  That 55 per cenl of volunteer work is  done by women, though men lend to devote  actual volunteer hours, lhat Ihe most likely  age lo begin volunteering is between 35 and  44 years and the average volunteer devotes  191 hours a year lo volunteer work.  'LITER FPIIHIDLV  ��� Computerized tax returns:  Personal, Proprietorships,  Partnerships  ��� Bookkeeping and Accounting  ��� Small Business Year-Ends  ��� Excellent references available  NANCY HORVATH  Tehphone/faxi (604) M5-M4*  Esprit Teen-Parent  Program children,  mothers, and workers are  beneficiaries of a new shed  fur toys and tools, (iibsons  Park Plaza merchants,  represented by Beverly  Tanchak (second from  right, standing), donated  money for materials and  (iibsons Building Supplies  supplied them at cost.  Joel Johnstone photo  :;twJiiiWiiiii   J    Come to [EMSftS  for an eyeful!  Batiks from  Indonesia Ilii/A  Knits Irom the Wjkk  Philippines *m  -  Handwoven outfits  from Morocco  Earrings from Pent  Jewels & Beads from*"  around the world  Open Monday ��� Saturday 10 ��� 5 PM  5729 Cowrie St., Sechelt * 885-6460  ��� ���  Coast News Classifieds  GET RESULTS!  Flying club cites need for airport caretaker  Members of ihe Sechell flying groups are pushing Ihe Dislricl nf  Sechell lo improve conditions al lhe Sechell municipal airport.  Al Wednesday's council meeiing aero club member and former  airport chairman David Wells said airplane owners using Ihe facility  have expressed concern for lhe safely of Iheir planes and for Ihe overall condition of the airport because of lhe luck of an airport caretaker.  Wells implied council didu'l lake those concerns seriously enough.  "Wc think Ihe council has lhe sort of altitude thai the airport is  kind of a playboys' hangout," Wells said, "when nothing could be  further from lite truth."  Wells pointed lo Ihe air crash of earlier in Ihe week and said his  flying club had helped in Ihe search efforts for the downed Cessna.  "There is also a lot of business activity lhal goes on al the airport...  It's not jusl people going up boring holes in the sky," Wells said.  Sechell had a caretaker, Alex Swanson, living at a trailer at the airport until his retirement earlier in the month and mayor Nancy  MacLarty said a search for his replacement was underway. "We are  certainly going lo be advertising for a caretaker," MacLarty said. She  said, however, that the caretaker would be given a free trailer complete wilh water and hydro in return for performing routine mainlenance at the facility and it would be up to airplane owners lo pay him  lo provide security.  &OW^A3  DEMONSTRATION  Saturday,  AAay8,  1-4 PM  with  Mac  Baba  assisted by  David  Morgan  Join us for an  interesting  unuitooni  Quality Farm & Garden Supply Ltd.  Mrjif.M   Prntt Rd., Gibsons 886-7527  F'1!  Man Thurs & Sal  'I - 5 30 Fri  9-8 Sun  10 - 1  Recognition sought for "unwaged work'  by Roxanne Gregory  You arc painling your house,  fixing your roof, washing 10  loads of laundry a week, cooking 21 meals, cleaning eight  rooms, providing a minimum of  18 hours a day child care, in  addition to driving elderly parents to appointments, volunteering at the seniors centre, lite  school, hospital or arls centre.  Are you working? According  lo Statistics Canada, authors of  the Census, not only are you not  working, but if you have never  held a paid position, you have  never worked a day in your life.  Lasl Salurday, Barbara faille  und Matin Abbott, bolh members of Vancouver Island's  Voices of Canadian Women for  Peace, held an information seminar in Sechelt sponsored in part  by Community Services, to  raise awareness of Ihe issues  surrounding "unwaged work,"  which is primarily done by  women.  According to Little, the lack  of recognition of unwaged work  as work, created Ihe economic  illusion lhal "women do not  work, Ihey ore unproductive and  unoccupied. What we do has no  economic value, because housework cannot be observed by  economists, therefore il is of  negligible value."  Little contended thai the vast  amount of unwaged work done  primarily by women, supports  the GNP. "Work whether or not  il is waged work, is part of the  productivity of lhe country. We  have a standard of living, and  women have made this possible.  We should be allowed to share  the wealth we have helped to  create, a pension or payment for  women with children is not  charily. It is a right."  Abbot and Little displayed a  graph which identified more  than 50 per cent of the productivity in Canada as being  "unwaged" work. Abbott said.  "We are noi talking about wage  equity here, we are talking  aboul recognition of unwaged  work as the work it is. These are  political decisions."  One of ways Abbott and Little hope to alter the political  process is by asking Census  Canada to redesign its form by  recognizing unwaged work as  work. The current Census form  does not recognize volunteer  work, home maintenance,  unpaid child care, or housework  as work. Work is defined as  "marketplace labour".  About 25 local women  attended the seminar. Abbolt  and Little are hoping thai  women across the country will  participate in a "non-consuming  boycott", of goods and services,  in order to gain greater recognition for unwaged work.  The Canadian Voice of  Women for Peace is a non-profit organization that does not  receive any grant funding.  WMTKIi  LASERS  The Gibsons Yacht Club's Junior I  Sailing Program will be starting  this spring. The purpose of the program is to teach young  people to sail. Instruction will be provided by Canadian  Yachting Association (CVA) qualified instructors.  We urgently require LASER sailing dinghies. If you have a  IASER which you are prepared to loan or sell to the Junior  Sailing Program please contact:  Dave Smethui5t, 886-2864 or Tom Daniels, 886-7448  WAMJili  WE DARE YOU  TO COMPARE!  From bumper to  bumper you will not  find a higher quality  automobile in its  class in the marketplace today, even at  much higher prices.  Take advantage of our limited time  SUPERSALE while inventory lasts.  Do you want to leam to sail? For further details,  phone Maty Findlay at 886-7574.  Drop in TODAY for a test drive.  ���Based on a 48 month wholesale leoie. Total payments - $10,648. plus sales taxes on payment  EXPERIENCE   THE    DIFFERENCE   OUR   STANDARDS   MAKE  SOUTH COAST FORD Coast News, April 26, 1993  opinion  Forest inquiry  must be 'shared'  BC Ombudsman Stephen Owen is to be commended  for calling for an independent inquiry into the government's decision on logging in Clayoquot Sound.  Owen, as chairman of the Commission on Resources  and the Environment, has distanced himself from the  decision to allow logging in two-thirds of the temperate  rainforest off the West Coast of Vancouver Island, saying  that although he appeared at the press conference  announcing the news, he was not party to the decision  itself and now regrets attending the announcement.  The government's precipitous decision on the Clayoquot threatens to undermine Ihe whole CORE process as  environmenlal groups which have been participating in  the discussions withdraw in protest at the NDP's willing  ness to see one of the province's most contentious areas  excluded.  Aside from the NDP's lack of political commitment  surrounding the Clayoquot decision, ushered in alongside  the threat of imminent lay-offs in MacMillan Bloedel's  Kennedy Lake division, there lies the burning question of  conflict of interest.  It is to this that Owen has addressed the need for an  independent inquiry into the government's actions. The  fate of one of the largest remaining tracts of temperate  rainforest in lhe world is being decided by a government  which six weeks earlier bought 2.1 million MacMillan  Bloedel shares.  The raised eyebrows of Cabinet ministers to Owen's  request for an independent review are another indication  of the gulf that appears to be growing between the NDP's  policy platforms prior to the 1991 election and its record  since.  The perceptions of conflict, in the public eye blatant  and inescapable, seem to blur once politicians arc eyeing  the inner sanctums of power. So far, all Forests Minister  Dan Miller has said is that Cabinet will study Owen's recommendations.  He and his colleagues may study lo their hearts' content, but no amount of doublespeak or expensive advertising (such as the costly campaign the NDP has just  embarked upon to sell its budget) will wash if the government has designs on retaining its rapidly dwindling credibility.  The appearance of conflict can be more troublesome  than conflict itself. It will linger to haunt the NDP if it  now refuses lo have ils forestry investments scrutinized  by an independent body.  J gawaava. !_-,v.*_eM_m      -a  Fare is fair?  First a report from BC Ferries with some statistics  alleging that passengers recently surveyed say they  would support increased lares to maintain existing service.  Then, wham bam, a hike in fares.  Simple. Phrase your question the right way, plug in the  results to match your plans, then proceed forthwith.  The fare hike, announcing (he introduction of seasonal  rates, conies with the wonderful little twist lhat there will,  in fact, be a fate reduction during lhe low season.  It's supposed to look like a trade off, But it's not.  The seasonal rates do not fairly account for the needs  of residents who depend on the ferry service year round,  and who already subsidize the service through taxation.  We'll just pay more for the same.  letters  Editorial attack  misses mark  I wish lo accept the invitation  10 'sel lhe record straight' contained in your editorial April 12.  llie executive of the Wilson  Creek/Davis Bay/Sclma Park  Ratepayers and Residents Association had been asked hy sonic  members to discuss, al a general  meeiing, the idea of a policy to  restrict the press from certain  meetings or parts thereof when  the members fell il desirable lo  do so. This resolution was  passed, not by the executive, bul  by the membership wilh a two-  lliirds majority vote. At no lime  was llie press 'evicted'. In fact,  there was not a decision made to  ask the press lo leave al any  time during the meeting of April  6. Naturally, those opposed  would be disgruntled. However,  I had numerous calls from members outraged al your editorial  attack.  It is precisely this type of  misinformation lhat wc fell  needed to be avoided. Too  often, reporters misunderstand  the situation or misplace the  emphasis (not lo mention misquote Ihe source) and then fail  lo check (he fads, or substantiate the quole. You could easily  have contacted me or a member  of our execulive on Ihis issue  before jumping to a lol of conclusions stemming from the  report of a single individual,  who had obviously misunderstood the motion.  II is not our intention lo  offend anyone, particularly the  press. This policy is not an  atlcmpl to control the news bul  lo allow in-camera discussions  if necessary; safe in lhe knowledge lhat a comment will not be  taken oul of context or blown  oul of proportion.  Wc arc well aware of the  provincial and federal agencies  lhat regulate projects such as the  proposed marina in Wilson  Creek. Our concern is whether  or not they in fact, are acting in  our community's best interests.  Wc do not have a 'puffed up  sense' of influence.  However, we are concerned  with making available lo the  community and the regulatory  agencies information thai may  he useful in addressing Ihis projecl.  Our commitment is lo the  people who are living, working  and growing in Ihis communily  and lo impress upon them that  Ihey, in fad, do have an opportunity lo influence Ihe manner in  which the area is developed.  ALICE ALBRECIIT  Association chair  Marine plan shows  lack of respect  Now that a small group of  natives have decided to build a  marina condo development on  one of lhe Coasl's few estuaries,  I think it's time these natives be  called on their total lack of  respect for the earth.  From the pressure-treated  wood used to build the docks  and floats lo the majority of  boats that sit in their slips,  unused most of the year, to the  secondary sewage treatment  plant, this projecl is noi built to  'the highest environmental standards' in any way, shape or  form.  Is anybody aware lhat 'secondary' sewage plants only  remove disease from sewage, no  heavy metals, no pesticides,  none of the various hazardous  ilems people pour down their  drains.  These planls do, however,  use massive amounts of electricity and chlorine in Iheir operation. There are land based  sewage disposal methods that  remove virtually all toxic substances as well as disease using  wetlands, duckweed and bull-  rushes producing tertiary quality  effluent - all without chlorine or  massive amounts of electricity.  Arc developers planning on  installing low flush toilets or  showerheads thai will reduce by  over SO percent the amount of  water and sewage treatment  needed? Is anyone aware of lhe  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 Coaat New*  Box 460  Qlbaona, B.C.  V0N1V0  pesticides and herbicides that  one of the developers uses at his  olher developments? And  please, tell me why the Aboriginal Fisheries Strategy chair  Calvin Craigan can say lhat pollution and habitat destruction  are some major causes of our  fisheries decline and then be in  support of this project?  Why just because your race  was here first do you think you  have the right to not pay taxes  or go through lhe bureaucracy  non-nalivcs have lo? My ancestors may have oppressed your  race, I have noi. I am noi a  racist. You musl realize that the  worst threat lo your race is yourselves. In respect of the earth,  ESTEBAN HENRY  Roberts Creek  Hat's off to Gemma  My hat's off lo your article in  last Monday's paper headlined  'Savouring the challenges of living in poverty'. The picture of  Gemma Vandermeer from llie  palette of Darah Hansen captured me, descriptive prose of a  remarkably simple life.  It seems, however, thai simplicity is only skin deep. In a  world where, as Gemma says  'fallcr-of-maclly', "everything is  new, everything clean, everything malching, everything  white...so much waste...I hate  it."  This woman is on the right  track. Her example of low  impact existence has given me  new incentive to simplify my  life. I hereby announce my  intention to join Gemma in pursuit of her goal..."I just want lo  save the world, that's all."  Join us!  BOB NORDOFF  There must be zero tolerance for religious violence  The shooting of a doctor outside an abortion  clinic in Pensacola, Florida, recently puts a chilling  new aspect on the debate about abortion.  The details of the killing are particularly repugnant. Dr. David Gunn. crippled from polio and able  to get about only with the aid of a cane, wis shot  three times in the back as he got out of his car. His  killer, according to his wife, was frequently violent  and had many times threatened both her and her  two children.  Even more chilling than the cold-blooded  assassination is the lack of critical response from  the leadership of evangelical churches who have  been in the forefront of the so-called pro-life  movement. The leader of the Rescue America  movement of which killer David Griffin was a  member called the killing 'unfortunate', but said if  it hadn't Uken place a dozen babies' would have  died that day.  There is no way to interpret that comment other  than as thinly disguised approval.  Nor, as this is being written, has there been  condemnatory response from the great names of  right-wing evangelism. Pat Robertson, Oral  Roberts, Billy Graham are men who have risen to  prominence and wealth leading the evangelical  movement.  They now appear to be giving respectability to  some seriously alienated folks whose anti-social  musings  john burnside  violence is clothed in the respectability of the  gospel.  One doesn't have to be steeped in the Scriptures to know that one of the Ten Commandments  is Thou Shalt Not Kill. The spiritual leaders of  those who proclaim their fervour for Jesus Christ  should be making plain in every town and hamlet  in North America that they do not condone violent  vigilantism as part of their system of beliefs.  Any failure to do so is entirely unacceptable.  And mere Up service will not do. There must be a  real commitment on the part of Robertson, Graham, and all the way down through the evangelical  movement to speak out against the murder of Dr.  Gunn and any like action.  In older nations than the United States of  America, there has long been a separation of  church and state. There is very good reason for  this. There has been much slaughter and bigotry on  the parts of various religious groups when they  won to the power of government. Nor was any one  group the villain; Protestants slaughtered  Catholics with as much abandon as Catholics  slaughtered Protestants.  Keeping church and suite separate helped eliminate religious violence since the power of the state  couldn't then be used to butcher the government's  religious foes.  If there is such a separation in America it is difficult to spot. Pat Robertson has already run for  President and his forces of right-wing evangelism  were much in evidence at the Republican National  Convention held last August to nominate George  Bush for President of die United States of America.  At local levels, too, the evangelists have been  working at fever pitch to get control of school  boards everywhere. There are 'colleges' set up  throughout the American Southwest to teach candidates for local office how to go about the business of getting elected and getting control of local  government whilst keeping their radical religious  views somewhat concealed.  The first thing that should happen is that if  organized religion in an organized way is going to  try to seize control of the apparatus of government,  large and small, then surely their tax-free status  should be looked at closely. The purpose of the  tax-free status is to promote the spiritual life; if its  financial benefits are being used to finance a  power grab then they should be removed.  If you want to contest for political power then  you should be expected to pay political taxes. Not  to implement that policy puts other power-seekers  at an unfair disadvantage.  We would be well advised not to treat lightly  this rise of violence in the religious movements of  our time. Muslim fundamentalists are struggling  for control of several Middle East countries and  they have long espoused terrorism as a means of  achieving their ends. Hindus and Moslems are  slaughtering each other in India  If you want to conceive of a political international nightmare of gruesome perspective imagine  the followers of Pat Robertson aligned against the  forces of the late Ayatollah Khomenei, each armed  with the ultimate weapons of destruction and each  fanatically assured of their righteousness and the  heaven that awaits them after they have destroyed  life on earth.  If the leaders of the evangelical right will not  denounce the violence they are engendering, then  our political leadership must have the courage to  make plain that the tax-free sums will be removed  from any organization condoning violence or seeking political power the better to enforce its belief  systems on others.  COAST^NEWS  Sobtcripthn tele, la,  tm Coaat Nam or r*e Waatamtart  i: 1 year . $35 ��� 12.45 CST - J37 45  6 months . $20 - $1.40 CST - J21.40  1 yaw ��� J40 (No CST)  Reg. 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Aran* UsacTevtah,  Elizaaaas* Sampaon  | Your eommmity* AWAMD-WINNING mmipaptr \  The Sunshine Coast News is protected by copyright  and reproduction of any part of it by any means is  prohibited unless permission in writing is first secured  from Glassford Press Ltd., holder of Ihe copyright  MH  _m  wm  mm Coast News, April 26, 1993  Is everything just a matter of style?  If you gel up early enough,  and I am not suggesting you  don't, you can catch international rugby (rugger) on TSN. This  is likely lo be for you, as for me,  a game you don't know, but it  only takes a moment to see that  the ones wilh the red shirts are  trying to run the ball through the  ones with the blue shirts and get  it lo a goal at Iheir end of the  field, as in hockey or warfare.  Some of lhe stuff (scrams for  example) may look a bil exotic,  bul il has lo be simple because  there arc practically no penalties.  Il is a lively scene. There is  almosl constant running and  passing and open Held tackling,  and there is earnest endeavour  on almost every face If you turn  up lhe sound, though, you find a  conlrasl in the commentary.  The oilier morning Ihere was  ti game between the Fiji Islands  and Wesl Samoa, all just out  there in our Pacific. A small  Fijian was making a spectacular  run and the commentator was  saying: "Miiimm.l don't think  they're going to slop him ... he  is a vety quick man ... no, Ihere  he is, right between the posts."  The Fijian had run 100 metres  right through lhe whole Samoan  learn.  Add lo this (he fact lhat no  Fijians leaped up and down as if  suddenly demented and you  may be starting the day thinking  that the difference here is mainly just a matter of style.  Follow it, as I did, with a  quote on the news from Kim  Campbell that, "It's not what  you're going to do but the way  you're going to do it," and you  can And yourself drawn into a  heavily booby-trapped area,  usually given the widest possible berth, the question of comparative styles.  They say you can tell a man  that his political views are a  crock of ordure, but you can't  tell him not to wear white socks  with a blue suit. Style is a very  sensitive thing.  You can tell a writer that his  latest plot is Ihe most disgusting  you have ever seen, but you  can't tell him that he writes like  someone doing a grade It) composition. Style is for sure an elusive kind of a thing.  In the old New York Sun (I  think) they had seven columnists on the one op-ed page, and  despite Ihe fact that most of  litem regularly had lunch together they were all very different  lypes indeed, and happily  bashed away al each other daily  on the page. The difference was,  of course, mainly a mailer of  style and not one of them would  have stood for the editorial  dropping of so much as a  comma.  in a nutshell  Fit-Rite Blinds  50% off Mini Blinds  40% off Verticals  For appointment call Calhy Rumball  886-8445  It has been said that people  who live on the flank of Mount  Elphinstone here tend to stand a  little sideways.  I have not noticed this, but  then I may be standing a little  sideways myself. Style disappears as style when everybody's  doing it. Immediately, then,  something else will come along.  How else to explain bell-bottom  trousers, Iroquois haircuts, etc.  Rock was not a musical progression.  So here wc are, and would  you say we have some suit of a  style? The Irees, the mountains  and the sea are pretty good  dampers on the sillier style  notions. But then think of California. I would say thai here on  lhe Sunshine Coast we are  remarkably free of the style  bugs thai lake over elsewhere. A  style of not having a style, right?  Mackenzie King, our prime  minister for many, many years  and noi really a bad old toad,  was a man with almost no style  whatever.  stuart nutter  He played this implacably  and quite consciously, I'm sure,  as a means of baffling Ihe  media, and the media it would  seem were pretty well totally  baffled. Here was Ihis little  dumpy character with a hard  collar and a prissy kind of  speech and there was no way he  was not going lo get elected.  He had all sorts of ingredients oul of which he could have  forged a style. He was charming  wilh ladies. He had an almost  lifelong faithful dog. He talked  to the ghosl of his long-dead  mother, almost nightly. But he  persisted in coming on as an  almost faceless prime minister.  Where are you Mackenzie  King when we need you at this  hour? Everything political  seems to be up for grabs, and  Ihe way in seems to be through a  style bit that can catch the nodding populace on the TV.  Would W.L., McK. King  make it today? Can you do it  anti-style? No I would say. Bul  then that is just my style.  Lord Jim's  Resort  Coast Hotels fS  & Resorts V?  iW  Mercer Cove Rd., just north of Secret Cove on Hwy. 101  SUNDAYS - SPECIAL BRUNCH MENU  Open Fridays, 6-9PM  Sat&Sun8-2PM,6-9PM  Reservations Requested 885-7038  letters  Volunteers alive  and well on Coast  Volunteer recognition is a  year-round event. Wc arc  extremely lucky lo live in such a  caring community. In the pasl it  was thought thai people only  volunteered in times of crisis,  bul now ihere arc many organizations and programs run solely  by volunteers and lhe government is looking more and more  lo volunteer groups lo provide  services in cimtmunilies. "  III .honour of National Volunteer Recognition Week, I  encourage everyone lo think  ahout volunteers in our communily and our quality of life.  On behalf of the Sunshine  Coast Volunteer and Information Centre and Advisory Committee I would like lo lhank all  lhe individuals und organizations lhal worked to make lhe  9lh annual Volunteer Tea such a  success.  MKRRH.I. DIXON  Assessing values  of French choices  Sechelt's Jakob Knaus warrants comment. The disparity  perceived hy Mr. Knaus in federal funding of different French  education programs is explained  by the principle of supply and  demand. French immersion programs arc chosen by lhe families and involve die total educational experience of the students.  The Core or RSL programs  are mandatory for all students in  lhe school districts, arc not easily delivered because of a lack of  teachers and lake up a very  small amount of lhe overall  school lime. The percentage of  sludenis who have a positive  feeling aboul French immersion  is far greater than those who arc  forced lo lake Core French.  Mr. Knaus reports a 75 per  cenl drop-out talc from French  immersion programs. As students progress in school there is  an incredible variely of programs and courses available and  very few of these are offered in  French for immersion students.  There are school districts thai  have not fulfilled their commitment to French immersion students who have enrolled in lhe  programs and these students  have been abandoned due to (he  effects of political decision  making.  lhe besl way lo achieve the  goal's of tfh'iif all pundits of  French learning promote,is lo  offer choices to students so that  they will engage in a positive  learning process, then as taxpayers wc will gel our money's  worth.  MARY FINDLAY  Gibsons  .Science of balancing  watershed interests  The provincial government  recently turned down the application from the Sunshine Const  Regional District requesting  control of lhe Chapman Creek  watershed. On advice from lhe  Ministry of Forests and  Resources such control will  remain in the hands of Ihe  trained staff of this department,  each of whom is the holder of al  least a B.A. degree in his own  discipline, each wilh many years  experience under his bell.  In ils wisdom the government has prevented control of  the valuable and delicate area  from passing into the hands of  the local technocrats - persons  of limited scientific training,  generally in political employ or  well-intentioned academics of  whatever experience.  Thus the local taxpayer is  spared the expense of maintaining a resource outside the mandate of the regional district, wilh  the added benefit of a more balanced and rational outlook on  the shared use of Ihis resource  hy bolh campers and loggers  alike.  While some may protest,  there is every good reason lo log  a watershed if such activity is  controlled by experts. To deny a  livelihood to a forest worker  using untenable arguments is little short of criminal. Those who  establish such a condilion for retraining Ihe displaced workers  and lo make recompense lo the  logging companies deprived of  Iheir legal harvest, for it is hy  such action that the loss has  occurred.  There is slill lots of room for  give and take in the sharing of  our resources including the  Chapman Creek watershed. It is  reassuring to know that the  guiding hands will be Ihose of  experienced, well trained and  qualified scientists, not those of  local political figures who may  or may not be here to answer for  their actions after the next election.  JAMES THOMSON  Gibsons  We're Growing In Your  Direction  ^���^a.              1 tie Prudential Assurance Lo. 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Where last year Ihere was  merely a bed race, this year's  event comprised running, canoeing, biking, bed pushing and  eating a chocolate egg at high  speed.  All those who participated in  Ihis event did a spectacular job  of organizing their teams and  competed with energy and  enthusiasm.  liven Ihe leirhcrs had a relay  (cam to show their school spirit.  Tor the finest in area dining  Dining guiDE  Featured Restaurant of the Week  Hillside;  SEAVIEW PLACE  682 Hwy 101, GBnom  Sun - Thurs ��� 1 lam -10 pm  Fri & Sat ��� 11 am - llpm  886-2993  fn.tr;.  SUMMER HOURS IN EFFECT SOON  Watch Thursday's Weekender for our weekly specials  FAMILY DINING  Clll Kilago - Surround yourself  with art, the auouia of supeib col  fees jind the tantalizing smells of  our gourmet cuisine ami  desserts. Everything is made  with care and presented with  panache and flair. We're located  in the heart of Sechelt at #4-5689  Cowrie St. and are open Monday-Saturday, 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.  885-8837.  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Our specialties are steaks  and burgers, homemade soups,  pies and salads, and entrees.  Daily Specials. Take-Out available upon request. Licensed alt-  air conditioned.Winter Hours j  Open Sun - Thurs, 11 am - 9 pm.  Fri it Sal 11 am - 10 pm. 886-  2993  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Tlte Whirl - Open for breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a  week. Breathtaking ocean view  and sunsets from every table.  Continental cuisine and seafood  at its best. Sunday Brunch from 8  am - 2 pm. Fully licensed and air  conditioned. Dinner reservations  recommended. Hwy. 101, Davis  Bay. 885 7285.  Backeddy Pub - Enjoy the natural  beauty of Jervis Inlet while tasting one of our many homestyle  specialties in the pub; or Ihe  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. Open 7  days a week. Pub open noon -  closing. Kilchen hours: Noon -  8:00 pm.  Irvine! Landing Pub - Dinner menu  olfers a variety of appetizers and  enlrees featuring local produce  anil fresh seafood in a relaxed  selling wilh ocean view. Average dinner for Iwo, $30. We're  now open 4 days a week - Fri &  Sal Noon ��� 11 pm, kitchen Noon  - 9 pm; Sun, & Thurs: Noon -10  pm, kitchen Noon - 9 pm. For the  WINTER MONTHS ONLY, we  arc dosed Mon., Tues & Wed.  Pender Harbour, 883-1145, Mastercard & Visa. Fully licensed  FINE DINING  Blui Heron Inn - Located on the  waterfront, enjoy the view of  East Porpoise Bay. Observe Ihe  tranquil ducks and geese or dine  by moonlight with a candle al  your table. To savor this superb  dining experience, reservations  are required for dinner. Fully  licensed. Hours, Wednesday-  Sunday. Lunch 11 am- 2pm, Dinner 5 pm. 885-3847.  Chez Philippe Rtitaurant at Bonniebrook Lodge. The fire is burn  ing every evening in our rugged  stone fireplace. We have candlelight and fresh flowers on the  tables. Soft music is Ihe final  touch to set the scene for a  relaxed evening of fine dining,  we have an extensive wine list  and friendly professional service  Your hosts Chef Philippe and  Karen Lacoste invite you (o have  thai special dinner you go lo  Vancouver for - right here in  Gibsons! Follow Gower Point  Road to Ocean Beach Esplanade.  Reservations recommended. 886-  2188. Open 5:30 p.m. 6 days a  week. Closed Wednesdays.  Creek Houm - Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated yet casual atmosphere. We  serve selections of rack of lamb,  duck, crab, clams, scallops,  steaks and daily specials from a  constantly changing menu.  Reservations recommended.  Roberls Creek Road and Beach  Avenue - 885-9321. Open from 6  pm. Thurs. through Sun. Visa &  Mastercard. 40 seats.  El Nino - Dine in the finest ocean  view restaurant in Gibsons  Landing. Savour the delights of  fresh seafood from around the  world. Our extensive Dinner  Menu includes fresh seafood in  our soup, salad, hot or cold  appetizers, main courses and  pastas. Other entrees include  steak, veal, chicken and lamb.  Caesar salad for two and (larnlse  desserts are prepared at your  tableside. Our lunch menu contains sandwiches and burgers.  Lunch hours: OPEN 7 DAYS A  WEEK 11:30 - 2:30. Dinner hours:  4:30 - 9:30. Visa and Mastercard.  Reservations recommended. 886-  3891.  ��� On TIN Beech - Dine in a  friendly atmosphere, watch  cruise ships glide hy & sample  the fine cuisine of this renowned  restaurant. Open 7 day a week  for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.  Brunch on Sunday 8 am-2:30 pm.  Dinner Reservations Recommended. In the heart of Sechelt  at the Driftwood Inn, Trail  Avenue. 885-5811.  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Emit t a��tn'i 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.  l^la^aZZ  ���"���  Bftifcain    a. a  Elphie students hiked, paddled, ran, then bed-raced their way  through this year's Milk Run Wednesday.      Kyla McDonald photo  "We (the leachers) are participating only for fun, we don't  expect lo win," said teacher and  relay  team  member Linda  Doerkson.  This year's milk run was  organized to raise money to buy  tandem bikes to allow blind bike  riders to participate in the sport.  "The tandem bikes allow for  a sighted rider to ride with a  blind rider in order to direct  them as to where they're going,"  said physical education (PE)  teacher Joan Fox.  Although one and all are considered winners in such an  event, the first team to finish  this varied race was the PE 12  class.  "I think lhal having the relay  is a good idea," said grade 12  student Robin Lendhart. "It  makes people actually want lo  participate."  The milk run seems to be  growing in size and grandeur as  time goes by.  Schizophrenia: a mental disorder  often maligned, misunderstood  by Darah Hansen  Marg de Lange knows first hand how  schizophrenia can devastate a family.  Her own son, now age 28, was first afflicted  with Ihe disease in his early 20s.  She recalled how as a teenager his future was  promising. He was academically successful, athletic, and a talented musician.  She remembered too how he came home from  college one day and "literally went to bed for six  months."  "We had no idea," de Lange said, "It was like  he stopped dead in his tracks."  And then, as quickly as it came, the episode  ended and for the next two years her son again led  a normal life.  Bul in 1991 he began lo deteriorate. He left  home. He got involved with drugs and alcohol. He  lost touch with reality.  In 1991, de Lange's son was diagnosed as a  schizophrenic. He now lives in a group home and  musl lake daily medication.  But for de Lange and her husband, the pain  they've faced since their son's diagnosis is not just  from losing him to the disease.  It comes from the social rejection both he and  his parents face because of lack of understanding  and compassion from the public.  In her role as regional branch development  coordinator for Ihe BC Schizophrenia Society  (BCSS), de Lange teaches people Ihe facts about  george In glbsons  the disease in order to dispel the negative image of  mental illness. And as pari of Ihe group, she offers  support to families trying to cope when a son,  daughter or spouse is stricken with the disease.  Last week she visited Sunshine Coasl schools as  part of the Coast's BCSS branch commitment lo  enlightening the local community.  Her message is clear: schizophrenia is not a  split personality; it is not caused by bad parenting;  it is not cured by psychoanalysis.  Schizophrenia is a mental disorder. A disease  that affects one in eveiy 100 people; in BC there  are 36,000 recorded cases.  People afflicted by the disease often experience  hallucinations including seeing, smelling and hearing things that don't exist in reality. They can be  paranoid.  They can exhibit bizarre, socially inappropriate  behavior.  With medication, Ihose symptoms can be controlled and the person with the disease can live  peacefully in the communily.  In fact, most schizophrenics are not harmful and  are generally considered less violent than "normal"  people due lo the passive and fearful nature of the  disease.  It's de Lange's dream to have people realize  schizophrenics aren't freaks, they are human  beings losl in a disease.  "I have a greal belief lhal Ihe son I raised is slill  there behind the illness," she said.  book review  by George Cooper  Feeling betrayed by her  mother; feeling repulsed and  abandoned, even hunted; fearful  of making mistakes, of being  hopelessly bad; ashamed of her  ugly dirty body; troubled by her  several personalities that  upbraid her unannounced and  often. She lost her childhood -  rather she never found it.  Characteristics like these  mark to one degree or another  each of the author's of the three  books recounting incest that  have come my way this past  year.  White Lies For My Mother  by Liza Potvin is drawn from  the diaries the author kept for 15  years from childhood to young  adulthood. Throughout the book  Potvin calls her mother by the  French Maman, but only refers  to her father as he or him. Her  father is ever the angry menacing figure.  She writes a tight-woven  prose; she uses a wide range of  metaphor and allusion. Through  implication she draws the reader  gradually into the horrors of her  abused childhood and her young  adull years. She finds, for example, a comforting symbolism in  Baum's stories of Oz.  At eight years of age she is  often the housekeeper in Ihe  times of her mother's many illnesses, ever fearful of his anger  should she make a mistake or  forget some detail. About Ihis  time he begins his incestuous  assaults upon her. His ply -  "Your mother does this for me.  Now she's unwell, you can take  her place."  'Her father Is ever  tbe angry  menacing figure'  Always her parents vent their  mean-spiritedness upon her.  Upon her ungainliness, her  stupidness.  At 14 when "her belly has  begun to swell", she is sent off  clutching her teddy bear to a  grandmother's in France. As she  leaves, Maman can only scream  her farewell, "Maudite putainl  You have broughl nothing but  shame on us." And perhaps  what is Mama's greatest white  lie, not a query about who was  the cause of Ihis pregnancy.  Maman's twisted view of  family values and its security  did not allow her lo wonder  what caused her daughter's  often strange behaviour. Nor did  he ever give Maman any oppor-  tunily to receive other views  than his.  He attended every school  interview, for example, and in  the eventual family counselling,  he dominated the sessions and  intimidated the counsellor wilh  "How can we be a family with a  thing like that for a daughter."  When at last she confronts  her mother wilh the facts of her  abuse by him, Ihe mother  shrieks, "Whore. Liar. Are you  trying to ruin my marriage? You  would do anything to get alien-  lion..whey should he want you  when he has me?"  When the daughter, Liza, is  nearly 30 Maman sent a tape,  ostensibly a birthday gift,  "Nothing lhat happens to you is  anyone else's fault but your  own. Even hurtful things...are  violence you've done in a former lifetime." So ends her quest  for Maman's understanding.  Healing begins with the discovery of abuse done lo cousins  and aunts. Tinged with bitter  humour, they call Iheir gatherings "incest reunions" where  "the little girl inside is telling us  lo speak up."  #  NATUREWORKS ���[��,����������kJQA> ��-���"  NiMlon Centre Inc. JjgfcSt  - VITAMINS ^MINERALS  open 6 days o week  VARIETY  FOODS  Just so you  know  We're ���  FAN  of yours.  -*m\��^VSBiimmmmnTSS^mW  _z_m____u_v��-rtM^mmt^ ��� OwMosw  Sechelt_XV  Lighting  i;:-a'iiMivi';'i;niMii-fT-..TiP  ���   ., ,~,._______.___��__m_____mm_. community  Coast News, April 26, 1993  DR. WENPY ROYLE  (VETERINARIAN)  is pleased to announce that(  she will be opening a  VETERINARY PRACTICE  in Sechelt in the future.  Location and dates for the clinic will be made public  as plans are finalized.  Looking forward to serving you.  Natasha (iellatly and Mark Safioles are the owners or the (iumBoot (iarden, a new restaurant In Roberls Creek.  roberts creek  Joel Johnstone photo  hy Beverley Shipley  The Tetrahedron Ski Club lasl week spon*  sored a slide show on Ihe Tatshenshini River  wilderness area. The show was presented by  George Smith, Conservation Director of  Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society  (CPAWS). The Tatshenshini is an ice-age  river in northern DC and Alaska referred lo  as 'North America's wildest river'. It is considered a world class heritage site thai is fed  by glaciers, is second on the Endangered  Rivers List, and is currently threatened by a  proposed giant copper mine.  Various environmenlal groups including  Tatshenshini Wild and Tatshenshini International are trying to preserve the Tatshenshini  in BC, which along with (he Alaska side of  the park would become a 2.3 million acre  protected wilderness. Slay tuned as this issue  is lo be decided on soon.  KCCA meeting  The nexl RCCA meeiing is Wednesday,  April 28 al 7:30 pm. This monlh is lhe annu-  datris bay news  al election of officers. Your support is needed for these elections which result in important decisions being made which affects  everyone in the Roberls Creek communily.  Bike safety week  Beginning Monday of Ihis week is Bike  Safely Week at Roberts Creek elementary.  Monday morning, Cymbol Wells will be  talking to students about bike safety and also  racing. On Tuesday, the older students are  hosting a bike rally for Ihe younger students.  On Wednesday, the RCMP are putting on a  bike rodeo for the primary and intermediate  sludenis. Also during lunch hour head measuring will be done for helmet orders. Anyone in lhe community can have their head  measured and helmets are only $18 this year.  The finale will be an invitational mountain bike relay on Friday, sponsored by Trail  Bay Sports who will be doing maintenance  checks and prizes will be given out.  PAVE  People Against Violence in Entertainment  will be meeiing the First Monday of each  month at the Roberts Creek school library.  For more information call Carol at 886-9095.  Maypole dance  Roberts Creek community pholoshooting  is happening Sunday, May 2 at the hall at  12:45 pm. An 8X10 copy is $12. Also the  third annual Maypole dancing and gumboot  games will be at the Roberts Creek picnic  site at the bottom of Flume Road at 2 pm.  Library news  At Ihe library for the garden enthusiast is  Rodale's Illustrated Encyclopedia of Perennials.  Two new fiction releases by Canadian  authors are Head Hunter by Timothy Finlay  and Graven Images by Audrey Thomas. Latest mysteries are The Pelican Brief by John  Grisham and Boneyards by Robert Campbell. For Louis LaMour fans, several paperbacks have been added to the collection  including Westward the Tide, Pallon and  Crossfire Trail.  ^priftwocdPlaye^  (female version)  by Neil Simon  directed by Nesl Lewis  Roberts Creek Community Hall  Fri., May7"Sat.,May8  Wed., May 12 ��� Ihura., May 13 ��� Fri, May 1 ��� Sat, May 15  TICKETS $10.00  Doors open 7:30 pm ��� Curtain up 8 pm  ITidcIs available at Talewind Books, Swlicll: Coast Hooks, Gibsons;     .  Roberts (' ' Store, Sayward Books, Gibsons J  YOU'RE THE WINNER WHEN YOU CHOOSE  COAST NEWS & WEEKENDER CLASSIFIEDS  885-3930 or 886-2622  FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE  ALASKA  Holland America Cruise,  B.C. Residents only  by Joanne Sheanh, 885-3629  Reading is alive and healthy in Davis Bay says  librarian Mike Moslovich of Davis Bay elementary  after a tremendously successful book sale lasl  week where $1,600 was raised, Ihe most ever. In  spile of all the other influences Ihey arc exposed lo  these days, kids entering the library was akin lo  them viewing Disneyland for Ihe firsl time. A  whole new world was opened to Ihem in books -  what a victory. Books are such good friends.  Fashion show  The Fashion Show sponsored by the ladies of  St. John's United Church Auxiliary was a popular  choice for a rainy Saturday afternoon, wilh lea and  desserts served. The focus on fashion was leisure  and casual wear, perfect for thai cruise you're  planning. The colours were bright und clear and  the styles were designed for every age group.  Today, we tire free to wear what we feel good in,  Ihe colours lhat suil us, and whatever style  becomes us. No longer must we conform to what  Paris designers tell us lo wear - we've come a long  way.  rotary club news  Hospital auxiliary  St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary bridge club will  be holding Iheir windup merry-go-round luncheon  on Wednesday, April 28 at 12 noon sharp in Si.  Hilda's Hall. The cost is $5, payable at the door  and everyone is welcome. Come oul for a tasty  lunch and a fun afternoon playing bridge. For any  enquiries, please phone Margaret at 885-2916.  Choristers  On May 22 (he Sunshine Choristers will present  Iheir annual Spring Concert to be held in the new  Seniors Centre. The theme will be a celebration of  Iheir beginnings 20 years ago, wilh familiar songs  Ihey have sung over Ihe years, guest performers  and lots of olher surprises.  For those of you who've asked, here's the rest  of Ihose oul-of-date words: the big picture, Ihe  over-used stale of Ihe art, visualize world peace,  postapocalyplic, star wars program, lax and spend,  glitterati, lenn limits and yo. Now what words can  we use to take Iheir place? Give me a call.  Welcome home lo Terry Gardiner, now Ihe sun  is sure to shine.  Goto  ax��  Coll our  editorial  department"  in Gibsons  at 886-2622  or in Sechell  ai 885-3930  $999.00 CAI)  Various Dates Starting May  Conditions Apply ��� Taxes Exlra.  fer  886*2522  8864381  besi-toGfeMmMwfralCIMc I  Sechelt and Gibsons Rotary  Clubs of Rotary International  District S040 are seeking four  outstanding young business and  professional people to visit England in 1993 under Ihe Group  Study Exchange Program of the  Rotary Foundation.  This is a competitive award  and interviews wilh all applicants will be conducted by  Rolarians from Sechelt and Gibsons.  The program strives lo  improve international understanding by enabling young people from different countries to  learn from each olher. The  awards involve exchanging  learns of business and professional persons, 25 years of age  or older, for a six-week visil.  While abroad, leam members  observe Iheir hosts' way of life  and study Ihe nation's economic,  social and cultural characteristics through travel and discus  sions within participating Rotary  districl.  The Rotary Foundation is  supported voluntarily by Rolarians and others in 173 countries  and geographical regions in  which some 25,000 Rotary  Clubs are localed.  The foundation's objective is  to further international understanding and friendly relations  through projects of education or  charitable nature. For exchange  information, contact Don  Sutherland, 886-3131 or Tony  Pike, 885-9608. Award applications musl be filed before May  15.  New Rotary award  Neil Scribner, presidenl of  Ihe Rotary Club of Sechell has  announced a new award lo recognize major achievement in Ihe  community. Using crileria based  on the Rotary four-way test,  each year an award will be presented to a Sechell individual,  group, organization or company.  Nominations will be from the  public, using nomination forms  which will be available from  numerous locations in Sechelt  and the immediate area.  The four-way test was adopted by Rotary in 1943 and since  then has been translated into  more than 100 languages and  published in thousands of ways.  This code of ethics is known and  followed by all Rotarians..."Of  all the Ihings we think, say or  do, 1) is it the truth?; 2) is it fair  lo all concerned?; 3) will it build  good will and better friendships?; and 4) will it be beneficial to all concerned?"  Rotary invites everyone in  the Sechelt area to nominate an  individual, a group, an organization or a company which best  exemplifies the four-way test.  The deadline for sending in the  nominations is June 30. The  award will be presented July 27.  CUPE 801  Canadian Union of Public Employees  DAY OF MOURNING  April 28th is a day set  aside in memory of  workers who have been  hurt or killed on the job  Please join us for a minute of silence at 11 a.m.  Wit Corporation of tlje  gtSjritt of ��ccl)dt  P.O. Box 129,5545 lnWA\**rwSc��-a-^,B.C.V0N3AO Teteprorie (604)685-1966 Fax (604) 885-7591  MUNICIPAL MEMO  Spring Clean-Up/Pick-Up  The District of Sechelf s Public Works  Department will be having its annual Free  Spring Pick-Up on May 4th, 5th, and 6th,  1993. All debris must be at curbskte the  previous day.  Items that cannot be picked up include:  vehicles; gyproc; concrete; stumps; logs; fuel  and oil tanks; automotive paints and thinners;  fridges and freezers.  Pick-Up days will be:  Selma Parte, Davis Bay,  Wilson Creek:  Tuesday, May 4th, 1993  West Sechelt:  Wednesday, May 5th, 1993  East Porpoise Bay, Sandy Hook,  Tuwanek, Sechelt village Core,  Sunshine Heights:  Thursday, May 6th, 1993  Regular garbage collection will take place as  usual and will not be picked up as part of this  programme.  Free Trailer Pad, Hydro,  Water, & Taxes  The District of .Sechelt is looking for an  individual or lamily to provide a security  presence at the Sechelt/Gibsons Airport in  return for a free trailer pad, hydro, water, and  taxes. Maximum trailer size -14' x 68'.  Location - Field Rd. For further information  contact the Administrator, Art Lew at 865-1986.  Mayor's  Hotline  885-5360  Attention Roller  Skaters/Roller Bladers  If you are interested in participating in a  program of recreational skating during  May and June at the Sechelt Arena we  NEEDTOKNOWII  If the demand is there the Arena will be  open on Fridays and Saturdays for both  public skates and scrub hockey.  Those interested may sign up at the  following locations:  Sechett: Municipal Hall or Trail Bay Sports  Gibsons: Gibsons Family Sports,  Sunnycrest Mall  Madeira Park: Sunsport Outfitters  For further information call 885-1986 or  see the local newspapers.  The program is set to begin on Friday,  May 14th, but will only continue if the  demand Is demonstrated.  Regular Council Meetings  Regular District of Sechelt Council  Meetings are held the 1st and 3rd  Wednesday of each month at 7:30 p.m.  in the SCRD Boardroom. Coast News, April 26, 1993  feature  Merchants make it happen in the 1993  Fourth Annual Trade Fair  ,-r    -. ,-,  ^  a^^B                        ll?*Cl'!*"'jfly   '  ML   ^  *  The big view: (left) exhibitors  pack the Gibsons Winter Club  Arena Saturday and Sunday.  Gibsons and District Chamber  of Commerce president Con-  chita Harding (above) In a little fair flair.  Joel Johnstone photos  Pushing the outer edges of  capacity this past  weekend, the Gibsons and  District Chamber of  Commerce Trade Fair is  looking towards expansion  and revision next year.  Based on this year's  demand by both exhibitors  and commentary from visitors, fair coordinator Barbara  Ferret*, says the fair may have  to set up outside as well as  inside the Gibsons Winter  Club curling arena in 1994.  Fifty-three booths  crammed the float-space for  two days as more than 1,100  curious onlookers and shop-  per�� hunting for deals perused  and displays of  local business.  The mood was upbeat and  the atmosphere positive. Says  Ferret: "This year the displays  and people were vibrant and  enthusiastic - up on doing  stuff. I think this year the fair  has come of age.  "Just about every exhibitor  I talked to had major sales or  received orders as a result of  this show and that's why  they're happy."  Examples? How about sale  of two hot tubs, a custom-  made decorative swing, a  $500 chandelier, six requests  for power-vacuum estimates.  As one air ventilation parts  and installation vendor put it:  "A really good opportunity  for people looking to get to  know those of us who ate  selling locally:"  Not everyone was happy  though. Three hopeful last  minute exhibitors had to be  turned away due to lacks**.,  space. Thai's w(-**-4*ai*a*Ms  are lining up now far *Si4.  Twenty have already signed a  provisional registration list  and plans are in the works for  a 'market-type' outdoor exhibit adjacent to the building.  "The curling rink is talking  of leveling a space in back of  the building so we're looking  at the possibility of putting up  a large tent," Ferrett said.  "We can create a market  atmosphere and perhaps  incorporate tbe entertainment  outdoors.Wliat people seem to  really want is a raini-PNE so  maybe next year well drop  the word' trade' and create a  mini-fair."  Much of Ae credit this  year, though, goes to the  ingenuity and contribution of  participants and volunteers  who put the show together.  Feiret gives her applause to:  -the Go Teens of Gibsons  Outreach for their help with,  assembly, cleaning, security  aiKldismaintlirigofthe    *���*'  tbHi^.mm?  -MiM'GitMSoas Ambassador  Pageant contestants and  Joan Yaroshko for running  the concession (proceeds to '  *e**a#*mtj-'!  -DavLebi��a-mRestaurant  whit* donated proceeds of  their food sales to tbe  pagean;  - the Bank of Montreal for  ', sponsoring the' ehtertain-  ' merit;1' "    "   '���'  - the Inner Ear's Petty  Inksetter for coordinating  entertainment and Michael  LaCoste for setting up and  running the sound;  ��� Chamber president Con-  chita Harding and Inge Harrison for the fashion show,  Barb Dew for hairstyles;  -The Chamber of Commerce members and volunteers for their participation  and everyone who helped  make the event a success.  Miijor busineM (wards:  Gibsons Building Supplies -  first place; Pebbles Realty -  second place; NRS (Gibsons  Realty) - third place  Small Bostmes Awards:  MLS Creations - first place  Elite Travel - second place  Molly's Lane Market - third  place  Door prize winners  EJ.Earie- $150 voucher  from Sears;  Mary Konapasak - portable  stereo;  Brittany Sluice - $50 in toys  games and goodies from'Discovery Toys;  Hanna JOseptison - binoculars;  Lori Weatherby - dinner for'  two at Dar Lebanon courtesy  of ReMax Realty;  C. Read-$200 erocere  voucher from IuA (Gibsons);  Sylvia Fehr - trip for two to  Reno from Elite Travel.  Fashion...  Friendly..  Curious...  Smiling..  Faces.-  Coast News  Classifieds...  They never stop moving.  885-3930 or 886-2622  ' '    -^ -  ������ '���--��� _^___m_-m_m_m_m_m.  _t_e_tm_t_m_m  _mm_t Coast News, April 26, 1993  community  community services  by Dianne Evans  The Vancouver Foundalion, which this  year marks ils 50lh birthday, has given Par-  enl-Tot Drop-in good cause to celebrate,  with a gram of up to $7,248, announced  drop-in coordinator Therese Egan lasl week.  Vancouver Foundation grant  The grant will be used lo expand the drop-in  program by providing $3,000 to establish a  parenting library in each drop-in site, with  the remainder going lo upgrade equipment,  including Ihe purchase of new small chairs  and tables, and larger play equipment.  "We're very grateful to the Vancouver  Foundalion for giving us this support," Egan  slated lasl week. "They were very interested  in the fact lhal we wanled to develop the  drop-in into more of an information cenlre  for parents. Our libraries will not duplicate  existing resources, but will provide parents  wilh helpful, practical information aboul all  aspects of parenting."  History of giving  The Vancouver Foundation has supported  litis and olher communily services programs  in the pasl and lale last year announced it  would pledge $40,000 towards Ihe Communily Services Building Projecl. Since that  time BC Hydro has pledged $10,000 and the  Sechelt Rotary Club has recently pledged  $25,000 to the project. At the present time  the society is asking local businesses and  individuals to support the project which will  give community services, its programs and  its clients a secure and financially viable  Tbe grant will be used to  expand tbe drop-in  program...'  home base for many years to come.  "This kind of financial assistance really  makes a difference to non-profit societies,"  Holly Lehmann, president of Communily  Services Board, said, "We don'l have anything left over in our operating budget to  make capital purchases, or to spend this kind  of money on upgrading equipment.  "Our society primarily administers the  funding that comes in from various provincial ministries who are very clear about how  we are to spend the money - those funds go  to providing service." Lehmann explained.  "Community and corporate donations  help us beef up our programs, but the costs  of providing quality service seem to increase  at a far greater rate than that of incoming  revenue, so we really appreciate the help the  Vancouver Foundation has given us."  Lehmann staled.  Building project  Communily Services is currently raising  the funds to purchase the Inlet Avenue building it occupies (with Continuing Education)  from the SCRD. This move is being undertaken to maintain the society in its present  home and to develop a community base for  family and children's services.  "Sale of the building would see our rent  increase significantly, and having to move  would mean lhat we would have to scatter  our services," staled Lehmann. "That will  mean enormous costs for separate telephones, photocopiers, clerical support, etc.,  not to mention the tremendous inconvenience that our clients would suffer."  If you would like information about Community Services, where its revenues come  from, and how it spends ils money, plans to  buy the Inlet Avenue building, call executive  director Vicki Dobbyn, or board president  Holly Lehmann at 885-5881, or drop into the  office at 5638 Inlet Avenue, Sechelt Monday  to Friday, 9am to 4 pm.  Coast scouts  and cub scouts  held their  annual manure  sale Saturday,  April 17, selling  out by mid-  afternoon.  Joel Johnstone  photo  sechelt scenario  by Deanna Lueder, 885-7365  The mild weather is really  welcome, we just need a bit  more sunshine for it lo be nearly  perfect outside. It's hard lo stay  indoors when Ihe sun does show  ilselfySjbrubs, fruit trees an<1 oil ,  sorlslaircolourful perennials are  in full bloom.  Everybody seems to be outside working in the yards, flower beds and vegetable gardens.  The lawn mowers are out and  running, the garter snakes have  slithered out to soak up the sun  and fal, matronly slugs are pushing Iheir slimy progeny toward  any succulent new growth. It's a  busy time alright, from snakes  to nesting birds, lo ever-hopeful  gardeners.  Congratulations  Congratulations to all the  participants in Ihe Young Artists  Awards Competition at the Arts  Centre. Special recognition goes  to the winners: Bronwyn Handling, David Kingsbury and  Kris Hepburn.  The Arts Cenlre is busy planning a special spring event, the  Classic Junque Sale to be held  on Saturday, May 8 from 10 am  to 3 pm al the centre in Sechell.  This is a fundraising event to  raise monies toward the ongoing  operational costs of the Arls  Centre.  Your junk may be another's  treasure. So if you have any  ilems you no longer want but  that still function, call Jeff Taylor al 885-6072.  Jeff will advise you of the  nearest drop off depot or  arrange for pickup. All donations welcome from coffee  mugs to shovels and hoes.  Tbe arts centre Is  planning a special  spring event, tbe  Classic Junque Sale'  .Sechelt library  Friends of the Sechelt Public  Library will be meeting at the  library on Trail Avenue at 7:30  pm on Wednesday, April 28. All  interested persons are welcome  to attend or call 885-5076 for  information.  Navy veterans  Attention all Sunshine Coast  Naval Veterans. A memorial  service honouring the 50th  anniversary of the Battle of Ihe  Atlantic will be held at the  Sechelt Legion Cenotaph on  Sunday, May 2 at 11 am. All  Navy and Merchant seamen are  requested to attend.  The traditional 'Up Spirits'  and social will follow. The battle was a World War II series of  dangerous encounters by the  allied navies as they attempted  to maintain the supply line  routes across the Atlantic  against great opposition from  enemy U-boats.  Thousands of young seamen  died in this effort. Members of  the public are invited to attend  tlte service. For information call  Ken Short al 885-2593.  Go Pegasus  Good luck to the Sechelt  Pegasus team who have won Ihe  right to compete at the BC  Native Championships al  Musqueam on May 1 and 2 in  Ihe 16 and under category. The  winning leam will proceed to  the Canadian Native Championships in July at Prince Albert,  Saskatchewan.  Salmon talk  The Sunshine Coast Sal-  monid Enhancement Society has  changed the date of its garage  sale to May 15 at 10 am.  The sale will take place at the  Chapman Creek Hatchery off  Field Road. If you can donate  any i'ten^s,c4;the^(iJjiery,v  Spring Fest  To celebrate spring, why not  take in Spring Fest at Chatelech  Secondary school in Sechelt on  Sunday, May 2 at 2 pm.  The Sunshine Coast Music  Society is presenting the festival  of young singers and musicians  in coordination wilh Ihe Tsunami Choral Society and the Chatelech music department.  Tickets are available at  Talewind Books in Sechelt and  Sayward Books in Gibsons.  CP/nncuncement  The Association of Naturopathic Physicians of B.C.  ts pleased to announce lhe opening of the practice of  Dr. Denise Rochon, N.D.  Naturopathic Medicine, Classical Homeopathy  beginning Monday, May 10th, 199i  at  553 J Wharf Road, Sechelt (adlacent to Galiano Market)  Appointments _  "**"* 885-3150 "^  LANDSCAPING    LTD.  PROUD TO ANNOUNCE  we are now  available to serve all  your landscaping needs  J0*"1 ������***���������*!. 'ProhMMlonal Design S mutilation'  Stuart Frtaaii commawtol * NftaMsntM  885-5954  Wo /'mike your Inndsc.ipo picture period!  Office Technology  Programs  Career Training for  Administrative Support Personnel  ��� Secretarial - 9 months  ��� Financial - 10 months  ��� Administrative Assistant - 10 months  Acquire communication, interpersonal and  computer skills: word processing, spreadsheets,  and database. OUR GRADUATES ARE IN  DEMANDI  The Office Technology Program offers you:  ��� Professional instructors ��� College Certificate  ���Job placement assistance ��� Work practicums  ��� Well-equipped computer labs  Some part-time courses are available.  We have a place for you - but hurry!  Telephone the North Vancouver campus at  9844959 to anange for a personal interview.  Financial assistance may be available through  Canada Employment Centre.  CAPILANO  COLLEGE  2055 Purcetl Way ��� North VancouwaC.  a^���^   ^ FLOOR  INSTALLATIONS  ���Carpet ��� Lino  ��� Hardwood  "FOR A TIDY JOB ON TIME"  call GREG DENNI50N  886-3220 cel! 649-4385  For Sale By Owner  Contractor's Own Home ��� 886-2563  ��� 272 Gant Rd., off Malaview Rd. ���  ��� 1 block from Cedar Grove School ���  2,300 sq. ft. finished/800 sq. ft. unfinished basement ���  ��� 2x6 construction, double glazed windows ���  5 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths ��� extensive woodwork finish  fenced yard with hot tub  $235,000  NO AGENTS, PUASt  RECYCLE THIS NEWSPAPER  Members & Guests We/come  PENDER HARBOUR  Madeira Park Rd. ��� 883-9632  OpenSingles  Crib Tournament  TUESDAY, MAY 4,7 pm SHARP!  ��� CASH PRIZES*  tldlTiouniamgilo^  Next General Meeting  Hanky, Mcy!/",.:00 pm  Crib  Tuesdays, 8 pm  Darts  Ihtskys, 8 pm  Meat Draw  B__k_t_^m  SECHELT  5528 Wharf Street'885-2526  Friday & Saturday, April30 & May 1  J3STEVE LAUJ3  MONO KONO COWBOYS  OHM SUNDAYS 12*6/ LUNCHES MOH. ��� HI. 11-3  Pool Tournaments, Thursdays 7 pm  Next General Meeting  lknkf,lhf\J,W fm  Crib  Iimthys, 8 pm  Bingo  M,7pm  Meat Draw  hmrStttah/ipm  ROBERTS CREEK  3064 Lower Road ��� 886-9984  Friday & Saturday, April 30 & May 1  \%    AZUELOS    j3  $7.30 md. 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(while quantities km)  NOW OPEN FOR LUNCH  1 1 AM  Next General Meeting  HW.,%'19,7:30pm  Crib  Ihmdays  Bingo  Iuas.,7:l5  ClOfID  SUNDAYS  GIBSONS  Hwy. 101 ��� 886-2411  Friday & Saturday, April 30 & May 1  13 CRYSTAL j3  J   VISION *  FULL KITCHEN OPEN 11-7  Next General Meeting  l_nh_lk)IUm  Crib  SatvrihyhiO  Darts  Wetljpm  Meat Draw  [my5durby4pm  ;<c    CLIP 'N' save   ;> 10      Coast News, April 26, 1993  /��l  HOI RS  Sn ii duii 10 6  1*1 on    Thurs 9-7  Friday ft ft  Saturday ft 6  Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt 885 2025  Meat 885-9812 Bakery 885 9823  Quality Brands  You Can TVust  iflERITftGE MARKET  Vour tot choce in food/  ���  *j.r^jrzim  WMtyW.l')ii*t  Dairy  ��-����� m*"<-tv _    WRMPP  s.uohM     l�� imct ii; tt'pAM ii, 9  ^d^mWMm.u-',   ��� .>l flfl  2*88  Frozen Foods  Meat  P ^^*^l����***-*t��** **^ *e>^ll>��JaaW  tatoAtr   *ttb  Vf"m  *|PNP^aF��  Hun  Saaad  Organic Produce  6O0 off  -pcii   Any Seafood Item  ��� ft 'l"^,      Limit one per customer  April 26-May 1, 1993.  CLAYTON S HERITAGE MARKET  .'  .'i/*r,*?.  r__....... .���.,,..... ���-.,���,  ...,���.. ^_._____-___���  t_m_m_^_.m_m.mma-e*m-mmmmtmem_me_m_m_��aa_a_m community  halfmoon happenings  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  It was good to see Ruth Paterson back on  the job again helping serve lunch at the  recent Welcome Beach Community Spring  Tea. Ruth has been out of the country for Ihe  past six months visiting wilh family in South  Africa and Scotland. She had a wonderful  trip and will have much to talk about for a  long time to come. Ruth is an active volunteer worker with the Welcome Beach group,  all of whom are happy to see her home  again.  Condolences  We were sorry to learn of the death of  Ron Huggins last week. Ron was a well  known and talented member of the 69ers  singing group and will be sorely missed by  the members as well as by family and  friends.  Writing submissions  The Suncoast Writers' Forge is in Ihe  process of compiling Volume II of its book.  Our Sunshine Coast. Volume 1 was a great  seller in our local book stores and a second  printing was required lo meet the demand.  Submissions are requested of pieces pertaining to people, places, either historical or  contemporary, pertaining to the Sunshine  Coast. Not more than approximately 2,000  words will be considered.  This is not Ihe writing contest and it is  not necessary lo be a member of the Writers'  Forge for your work to be considered. If you  are interested call Kelly at 88S-SS16 for further information.  Auxiliary tea  The Halfmoon Bay branch of St. Mary's  Hospital Auxiliary will be pleased lo see you  attend a tea and coffee afternoon at Welcome Beach Hall on Monday, May 10 at 2  pm. If you are unable lo be there, your donalions of baked items for the bake table will  be appreciated. If all the present members  bring along a friend for a pleasant social  gathering it would make for a nice turnout.  Cowboy Gear  Word has it lhat Ihe theme for this year's  Halfmoon Bay Country Fair will not only be  'country' but 'western' as well. You are  advised to dust off that old cowboy hat and  polish up the boots in readiness for July 9,  10 and 11.  It is not too soon to make sure that you  have sale space booked by calling Bunty  Pinkerton at 885-5373, and if you would like  to help in any way, call Harry Johnson at  885-5740.  Coast News,  April 26,  1993                 11  FOR SALE -  CALL TO VIEW  H    Neonex Imperial  \]4'x70'Mobile Home  1     Comeau Trailer Park  1  #22,1416 North Road,  9             Gibsons  J    3BDRM,400SQ.FT.DfCK.  1       NEWIY RENOVATED  3    886-8095  -PMVATI SAU-  '39,900  Energy, enthusiasm enhance Pender Milk Run  The start of the Pender Harbour Milk Run.  harbour watch  Roxanne Gregory photo  J  by Roxanne Gregory  The annual Milk Run in Pender Harbour  was a fun filled fundraiser for secondary  students this year.  Sponsored by the BC Dairy Foundation  and BC School Sports, this year's race  sported eight relay teams, and hosts of individual runners and walkers. Individual runners vied for the best school record time  while raising money for the BC Blind  Sports Tandem Cycling program  Senior David O'Coffey breezed into fust  with a time of 10.53.01, with Jessee Paquin  coming in second with a time of 11.03. Science fair wizard, Rolf Harrison, placed third  with a time of 11.41. Kristal Garbers look  first place for the girls with a time of 14.15.  Coach Dave Gibson's rugby players  swept the relays with the backs finishing  first in 12.53 followed by the scrums with a  second place finish at 13.46.  The Garden Bay Fire Department relay  team was third.  #C      Septic System  ��w Tips  ��� Sketch a map of your yard, showing  the sewage line, septic tank, and  drainage field for future reference.  ��� Pump a septic tank regularly.  ��� Use chemical drain cleaners, toilet  bowl cleaners, or bleach sparingly to  avoid destroying tank's bacterial  action.  ��� Use white, non-fluffy toilet  tissue.  ��� Mix 1/2 pound of brewer's  yeast in  warm water, and flush down  toilet every 6 months to  hasten decomposition.  This Information Series Presented by:  BONNIEBROOK INDUSTRIES LTD.  .       Septic Tank Pumping Services serving Gibsons,      .  ��� Sechelt, Pender Harbour areas. u  [ 886-7064 (collect) J��  by .luctilvn Vincent  The national lifeguard service  course will begin on April 29  and run through to June 17 at the  PH Aquatic and Fitness Centre.  The course will be on Thursdays from 3:30 lo 8:30 pm. Cost  is $150 which includes exam  fees and manuals. The C level of  CPR and the bronze cross are  pre-rtiquisil  coins!. GoS  Reminder  May Day will be here before  wc know il. It's a reminder that  if you would like to volunteer or  have any ideas for Ihis year's  May Day, celebrating n western  theme, please send a note lo  Marlene Cymbalist, May Day  egmont news  Committee, RR/rl, Madeira  Park, BC, VON 2110. This event  is for any community member.  Raffle  The ladies legion auxiliary  would like lo lhank all Ihose  who donated lo Ihe raffle recently held at the pie auction. Many,  many lhanks! Here are a few of  the lucky winners: John Dival,  dilli.WQo.dJu  ���WfflPlail  May 1 activities  You better mark this date  down on your calendar. There's  lots of activities happening in  our area lhat you'll not wanl lo  miss. Here are a few: At 2 pmhc  elementary school playground  will be full of tables supporting  crafts made by lhe gf^Ae 4 slu-,., workers will be al the hall on  dents. On May' 1 look for bird?    Friday, April 30 at 6 pm.  houses j*a-*ellery arid weaving;..   ,   If anyone has contributions to  all made by these talented hands.      tiring  iring in make sure you get your  licket for the beautiful quilt  being raffled there', Have a super  time. . .  Awards presentation  ..,.���- .t\ny persons who would like  cl<jtai*ts WkoliiSaW^ito artend a special awards prefer Info contact     sentation being given to Sberly  Elsdon arrt^?ljssi)k,qi,iW|?i?n-  lty_ytn in the legfonhall.These  girls "have been provincially  acclaimed. We're all very proud  The St. Andrew's Church  will be hosting ils rummage sale  at 10 am on May 1. Contribution  items are still being accepted.  This is a greal time to rummage  throuj  bins.  Irene al 883-9069 or Joan al  883-9185  sa  The 1*3-Community ClublT*1  annual spring bazaar is still  planned for May I. If anyone  would still like lo.knil, sew, etc. ; ><* of them botl).  for the baitaiir.Jiiease contact' "*''   Until'nexl  Muriel Cameron at 883-2609.      yourself.  Materials will be provided. Also  ������������'-.���.I..' ��� Mm  week - be good to  1  1       EVERYTHING  1/& PRICE!  ii,   i except undergarments & uccessories  SATURDAY, MAY 1  Wam-spnir " '-  Cowrie St Sechelt  885-2916  attixcHoun  by Maureen Parrot!  Hurrah! Clams are not  closed, as I wrongly told you  lasl week. Although there was a  red tide alert out for most of the  winter, it was lifted in February  and recreational clam digging is  open now (except for longer-  lived butler clams and scallops).  So 1 wrote about clams last  week - and on Ihe same page the  Coast News reprinted a page  from 46 years ago with my  great-grandad writing about  clams in Egmont! He also  reported Ihe start of the co-op  which operated for several years  and built what is now Bathgale  Store.  Play school  The Egmont School play  group is expanding: parents can  now bring their children twice a  week lo play together while the  adults visil. Drop in Tuesday  and Thursday mornings from 10  am to 12 noon.  Spring smorg  The Spring Smorg drew lots  of people and benefited the  Communily Club whose latest  project is to fix up the hall.  Volunteers please contact  Geoff Craig at 883-9206 or  Marten Mees.  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us.  Lenefaur cut-, at home wtth IM.  M/AnknlCan  MaallOtai-lngandFcsfwaMIng  tockwI1alMa-a-dYainlM.afc.WUIW  fcajafrHill��n.aTtiii-|trrlii1���-*--  CALLSHARON 885-2228  /^ct^ .*<*�����-aw*  BONDED LICENSED INSURED  CD dance  The CD dance was quiel  unlil about 11 pm when most of  Ihe ticket holders showed up to  enjoy lhe company and the  music until I or 2 am.  A big thanks to Heather Gibson for minding the door before  and during the whole dance, and  to Doug and Vicky Martin at  Bathgate Store for donating the  ice.  Ella Cummings brought her  sister Barbara diggings, visiting  from Whiiehorse wih her hus  band Richard (Parky). Barbara  and Parky biiCe hailed from  Egmonl. Katie Devlin's daughter Gloria fame with husband  Ralph Heidebrecht and danced  up a storm;  Returning north  Gaye Bearmore has been  sighted back from Mexico several shades darker than she left.  She raves about warm water and  snorkelling. ,  Times she spent camping al  Klein Lake, she says, "I should  have been camping in Mexico."  Michael Tse  QiGong Master  is coming to the Sunshine Coast!  May 15/161993* 11 am-6 pm  Kinsmen Hall, Dougal Park, Gibsons, BC  Michael Tse Is an 'Indoor' student of Yip Chun (of Ihe Wing  Chun school) and also Yang Mcl|un, (27th generation  Inheritor of Ihe Wild Goose Qigong).  QIGONG, which litter .illy means "breathing exercise*, has a Ions' history In  China and Is a traditional exercise among the Chinese people lot keeping Dt.  According lo the theory of Chinese medicine, "ql" In "qigong" not only  means the air one hreathes In, but actually refers lo the Inner vital energy. In  modem terms. It means resistance to diseases, adaptability lo Ihe externa1!  environment and ability to overcome Internal troubles and regain hsMfch. '  The cost of the workshop Is $200.00. Space Is limited so book  early. Tor further Information call Paul Blakey, 885-750.V  INTO SAVINGS!  WITH THE EFFICIENCY  AND ECONOMY OF  AUTO-PROPANE  CONTACT...  r  ��� AUTHORIZED UWHi CONVERSION CENTRE  ��� GOVERNMENT CERTIFIED INSPECTION FACILITY  ��� 4 GOVERNMENT CERTIFIED PROPANE INSTALLERS  ��� 100% GUARANTEED CUSTOMER SATISFACTION  ASK ABOUT THE $99.00 PLAN (STILL AVAILABLE) OR 10%  DOWN & POST DATED CHECK PLAN WITH 0% INTEREST  Vote*  /tut* &U*Oi  HWY 101 & Shaw Rd.  GIBSONS  FREE ESTIMATES   886-3437      MM  FOR PROPANE RETAIL SALES  SEE  ICC  33.9C/LITRE  HWY. 101, GIBSONS 886-3746 12  Coast News, April 26, 1993  The first exhibit for Quay Works Gallery opens May 2 through  May 31, a mixed media presentation of 16 Sunshine Coast artists.  The gallery is located on the middle floor at the north end of  Gibsons Quay above Molly's Lane Market photo submitted  A personal, intimate family protrait  book review  by Stuart Nutter  Here we have the whole  brave story, not picked at by  anti-hero bias, not bothered by  the very different social values  of the time, not fazed by the  many 'knights of the air' treatments of the past 60 years - the  story straight from letters and  diaries and pictures and close  personal memories.  Some-of us are going to feel,  perhaps, that we already know  this story. The story of the first  extraordinary few years of jousting in the air over Flanders in  WW I has caught and held the  imaginations ever since. Some  of us today may have come at it  in rather odd ways, perhaps  through Snoopy the dog with the  aviator fixation in Peanuts. The  image though slays very strong.  You can hardly see someone  with a helmet and a pair of  glasses on his head without a  There will be few left around these  days who will have personal  memories of this experience'  thought of the Lafayette  Escadrille. A man has only lo  toss a white silk scarf about his  neck and you can wonder if he  sees himself looping and rolling  in a Sopwith Camel.  This book. Gentleman Air  Ace, the Duncan Bell-Irving  Story, is written at a remove of  some 80 years by West Vancouver's Elizabeth O'Kiely about  her father. It is being told at the  edge of where you are telling a  story from personal memories  and where you are going to have  to tell it from what's in the  library. The Bell-Irvings are a  long-established family in BC,  have stayed a close one, and  have kept their memorabilia,  their letters and diaries and pictures intact. O'Kiely has been  able to write this story with a  warmth, humour and detail that  perhaps no other writer could  now find possible.  There will be few left around  these days who will have personal memories of this experience. (I confess that I have won  a pint on a claim to have been in  both wars, but it was a mere  technicality. I was born into  WW1 in London during the last  Zeppelin raid). There will be  many, however, who will have  their better memories of flying  in WWII refreshed by these  closely seen tales form just 25  years before, certainly anyone  with an abiding memory of a  first solo flight in a Tiger Moth.  But this is not a book written  for any special group or interest.  It is an intimate and lively portrait of a family and of a time;  and of Canadians appearing as  Canadians on a European stage.  O'Kiely's approach to this is in  many ways the best we can  have. The family is extensive  and its activities in this time far  flung. There need be little narrowing of the overall scope, yet  all can be told personally, in  immediate experiences and  anecdotes.  The book, published by Harbour Publishing and designed by  Roger Handling at Glassford  Press, is itself a real pleasure.  There are a surprising number of  pictures, with snapshots taken  'in the field', all well reproduced  and placed to give the book an  unusual lift from page to page.  SUNNYCREST MALL SAYS...  ^h GIVE MOM A BREAK FOR A DAY!  HAIR &  rWAKEOVER_  1 CANT THINK OF WHAI  TO GET THE BEST MOM IN  THE WORLD? THE MALL HA5  GOT YOU COVERED. WITH  DOZENS OF FANTASTIC  GIFT IDEAS       ���  ^TSfgR  Winner will be notified Thursday, May 6  SPONSORED BY: SUNNYCREST MALL ��� PHARMASAVE ��� J's UNISEX ��� ALL OCCASION FLOWERS ��� FEMININE SECRETS ��� SILKS & LACE ��� CHICO'S  .��?ITE!!t?.te/?J!^S and drop off at SUNNYCRKT MALL by 6 p.m., Thursday, May 6  [JpamperW  : YOUR N.4ME  HER NAME  PHONE  ."���CHILD UNDER 12   ��� TEENAGER   ��� .ADULT     PLEASE CHECK APPROP.RIATE BOX  ontbeartsbeat  The Sunshine Coast Arts  Council is searching for donations for the upcoming Classic  Junque Sale to be held Saturday, May 8.  "This is not just an average  garage sale," say the organizers,  "but one that is a cut above the  ordinary." The sale is a  fundraiser for the programs  sponsored by the Arts Council.  Items already donated  include such things as a  Japanese silk kimono, an electric typewriter and sports equipment. Donations of books, all  types of sports equipment, artwork, art supplies, children's  toys, plants and designer  clothes are soughl.  "However, we're also looking for surprises from people's  attics, garages and basements,"  they say, adding that large  appliances such as stoves and  fridges cannot be accepted  because of the difficulty of  moving them.  The sale will take place from  '10 am to 3 pm in a tent aftihaj "  arts centre at Trail and Medusa  in Sechelt, as well as in the new  annex of the centre. The first  time the addition will be used,  although it is not yet completely  finished.  Anyone wilh articles to  donate can get information on  drop-off depots or can arrange  for pickup hy phoning Jeff Taylor at 885-6072.  Young .People's Show  The 1993 annual Young  People's Own Show opens this  Wednesday, April 28 at the arts  centre. Preschoolers and students from all over the Coast  have contributed hundreds of  drawings, paintings, collages,  constructions, sculptures, models, and crafts to fill the gallery  with lhe wonderful creations of  young artists.  The arrangement and installation of this show was once  again done by high school students from Pender Harbour,  Chatelech and Elphinstone, as  has been the case for the last  five years.  Groups of students from  each of the three secondary  schools met at the Arts Centre  Monday morning to create the  displays of their own work and  of the elementary and preschool  children's works.  The participation of the  schools in this annual show is  particularly appreciated.  Individual teachers contribute their lime for the selection and labeling of students'  work, making possible an exhibition which includes far more  individual artists than any other,  and also encourages and  demonstrates personal involvement in the arts at receptive  ages.  The work of the Young  Artists Award recipients and  many of those who received  honourable mention will be part  of Ihe exhibition for four weeks  until May 23.  These awards were jointly  sponsored by the Sunshine  Coast Teachers' Association,  the Rotary Club of Sechelt and  the Sunshine Coast Arts Council.  Arts centre viewing hours  are 11 aim to 4 pm Wednesday  to Saturday, and 1 pm to 4 pm  Sunday.  Admission is free for all  ages.  ���"--'-���--  m.*..-.iL.i:..i-f-:.-_,��. Coast News, April 26,  1993  13  sports  Colleen Norton of Gibsons won first place in a figure skating  competition in Portland, Oregon. Joel Johnstone photo  sunshine coast golf  Gibsons figure  skater triumphs  internationally  by Marcie White  Colleen Norton of Gibsons  was a fust place finisher in skating competitions held in Oregon  earlier this month.  Norton was one of several  skaters, representing seven BC  clubs, who participated in the  Portland Ice Skating Club  Spring Festival in Clackamus,  Oregon. This international competition, sanctioned by the  USFSA and the CPSA was held  from April I to 4 and featured  skaters from seven states as well  as those from BC.  Norton competed in two  events at the Intermediate  Ladies level - the Light Entertainment Showcase and the Dramatic Showcase. To qualify,  there were no age restrictions  but the skaters must have  attained their Senior Bronze  Freeskate.  A panel of five judges  marked the skaters at this competition. In their marking, they  concentrated on two separate  areas - skating skills and presentation, thus similar to Artistics  in Canada. Under skating skills,  they looked at quality of edges,  power and glide, use of the ice  surface, distribution of highlights, expressive and innovative moves and style. For Ihe  presentation aspect, they looked  for interpretation of music,  development of theme, costuming to fit the theme, use of the  whole body and creativity.  In a group of nine skaters in  lhe Lighl Entertainment Showcase, the 16-year-old Norton  gave her personal best performance of her number.  Skating to polka music, she  played the part of a young girl  who finds an imaginary dancing  partner only to have him disappear each time she features a  highlight in her program.  Colleen skated a superb and  well executed performance as  proven by the first place marks  awarded to her by four out of  five of the judges.  Seventy-four ladies attended the Spring  Luncheon held Tuesday, April 13.  Captain Debbie Sneddon chaired the  meeting.  Members modelled the lovely casual  clothing from The Landing Store located in  Lower Gibsons.  Winner of lite Ruth Boman Award was  Debbie Sneddon, net 37.S; runners-tip were  Linda Evans, net 38.5; first flight, D. Gregory; second, M. Horn; third, P. Hendy. In the  second flight, C. Hobbs, second, II. Mel-  burn; and third, J. McMillen.  Last Wednesday, 78 men played a Team  Net Competition. Results were as follows:  First low net team - G. Grant, J. Visser, B.  Seaton, R. Hardine and B. Parker.  Second team ��� T. Milstead, i. Kirkland,  K. Abrahams, D. Thompson, and B.  Urquhart.  Third team - L. Boyd, J. Petula, B.  McKenzie, L. Grainger and F. McLain.  Closest lo Pin - Larry Boyd.  High Net Team - J. Buntain, P. Smith, B.  Bader, A. Lamont and B. Cormack.  Could we just have rain at night from  now on, please.  ABigThankYou  To all who have helped  PLEASE - let's keep it coming  I^Thrifty*  HELP THE  Donitiom    866 2488 or Bon SM  VINYL SIDING  Vinyl t Aluminum Windows ��� Aluminum Railings  Vinyl Sundeck Flooring ��� Patio Coverings  ALWEST  #7 - 5522 Wharf St., Sechelt Jim Bain 885-4572  VISIT OUR SHOWROOM ANYTIME  LOGS  WANTED  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  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Pender  Harbour  i   Creek,   Robert)-    Creek  nam's  f-audtng.  Egmont,  'ti    I-iindlnu,     Brai-kendale  GIBSONS LANDING ���The   _  Cameron report on education  in British Columbia has been Vol.  endorsed by the department of __  education, snd its proposals will ���  go into effect as quickly as it is  ���possible to provide for them.  The report implements 121  amendments to the original 185  clauses in the School act, ranging from minor word revision  to entirely new clauses. The  total number of school boards  in the province has been reduced from 650 to 74, of which  the newly-created Sechelt large  rural school district is one. It  is composed of tbe former districts of Irvine's Landing,  Kleindale, Silver Sands, Half  Moon Bay, Egmont, Sechelt  United ( Howe Sound United,  Port Mellon, and Bowen Island.  For taxation purposes Gambier, Keats, Paisely and the  other West Howe Sound islands  will also be included. On Friday, April 26, a meeting of  school boards and of representatives from those schools having no boards, are to meet at the  Howe Sound United school to  appoint a new school board of  seven to assume office for the  Sechelt district until December.  Of interest to' ratepayers are  the facts that provincial grants  of from 13 to 20 dollars per  pupil will be nude for general  expenses, and that the local  mill rate will almost certainly  be considerably reduced.  Wxt Coast Jfjetws  rational AaSvartlalnf Oflte.i Faasr.ll B1t��t. _.  O.  HALFMOON BAV, B. C.     Friday, April 26, 1946     5c Per Copy. $2.50 Per Year, by Mail  1 ��� No. 34  BRITANNIA BEACH  The south valley beach road is  being built right up to the dam.  New bulldozers are being used  which facilitates the work.  e     e     ���  The "Sky Pilot" ski run is  now open and several Vancouver alpinists trekked up this  week for skiing and mountain  climbing.  ��   ���   ���  A dance held by tho Community Club last Saturday was a  great success. A local orchestra  supplied the music. The next  dance will be held May 25.  Everyone is urged to attend.  The company is building a 75'  by 25'swimming pool at Britannia. This construction is eagerly awaited by residents and  children-of the district.  ���   ���   ���  The volley ball season is now  finished and sportsmen are  looking forward to the start of  the softball season. Good teams  are being planned for the series. .  May' Queen Contest  At Pender Harbour  THE COMMITTEE in clung of  annual 24th of May sports day  held Its initial meeting in the  community hall Wednesday evening, April 17th. The committee which was appointed by the  Pender Harbour Community  Club is under the direction of  chairman Doug Nichols.  A feature of the sports day  will be a May Queen, the Queen  ii to be chosen from candidates  from of the four schools part-  - *.iting in the sports.  candidates for Queen are  y   the   pupils   of   the  ���f-erned and in turn  Pender Harbou-  Open Letter  Canadian Legion, B.E.S.L.  Post  112.  Sir���This will acknowledge  the receipt of a cheque for  $108.51 donated to this branch  by the Pender Harbour Service  Club.  All members of this branch  wish to extend to the Service  Club and all those who helped  the .Service Club make a grand  success of their activities, their  sincere thanks and gapprecia-  tion. Not just for the generous  gift of the cheque but for the  many parcels of comforts we received while in the Services,  L.  '     Wrav   **.pc.  Wharf Opens  Wednesday, 1st  OFFICIAL opening of the new  Weitvitw wharl will take  place next Wednesday, May 1  it has been announced by West-  view Village officials. Dignitaries from tha Department of  Transport, Public Works, .snd  the various shipping companies  and representatives of the mora  prominent ofrganlations in the  district will lw invited to tike  pert in lhe opening ceremonies.  A banquet will be held at  night and at 7.30 there will be  a monster dance in the wharf  warehouse. There wilt be no admission charge for this dance.  Province Gives  Powell Painting  THROUGH the kindness of Mr.  Gordon Southam of the Vancouver Daily Province the district is being presented with a  portrait of the late Lieutenant-  Colonel I. W. Powell, M.D., af-  er whom Powell River was  named.  The presentation is being  made in the auditorium of the  Brooks High School on May 1 at  2.30 p.m. A short talk on Col.  Powel's life and tho history of  Powell River will be given by  Bruce McKelvie, Daily Province  staff correspondent, and president of the B. C. Historical .Society.  PENDER   HARBOUR  Mr-   * 'Ilia, Corratpondanl  GOOD PROGRAM  East Howe Sound  Drama Festival Held  '"SOUS   shower  Martin Wrpv  A HIGHLIGHT of the past week  was   the   second   Fast   Howe  Sound school drama festival.  Held under the auspices of  the school and community  ��� drama branch of the department of education the plays  were presented Wednesday and  Thursday, April 17 and 18, 1046,  at the Community Hall in Woodfibre.  The adjudicator was Mr. Ross  A. Loft. The committee in  charge was Mr. M. P. Lutack,  Miss Betty Simpson, Mr. Baden  Parsons, Mr. Jack Stevens, Mrs.  C. Hannah, Mrs. J. Bundy, Mr.  A. B. Clemens. Mr. Jack Mas-  son, Mr. Wesley Black and Miss  Marjorie Lean.  OPENING PLAT  Or. Wednesday, April 17, the  program commenced at 7; 30  with the singing of "O Canada"  and an opening by George  Cranston. The plays for that  evening were 'The Ghost Hunters" presented by Woodfibre  high school; '".Legend" presented by Britannia Mines high  school; "The Tangled Web"  presented by Woodfibre high  school and "Lonely Lady" presented by Squamish high school.  The plays on Thursday night  consisted of "Two Crooks and  a Lady" presented by Britannia  Mines high school; "Oh! Johnny" presented by Squamish  high school; "Elmer and the  Lovebug" presented by Britannia Mint's high school and  "The Valiant" presented by the  Woodfibn* high school.  After both night th" *  cator commented  second night l  the cups.  ���A"   ft***-,  Taxi Breaks Up  Cougar-Deer  Encounter  DRAMA of the forests wai interrupted on Saturday night  when a taxi driven by Butter  Anderson came upon a cougar  in the act of attacking a deer.  It happened near Southviaw.  Anderson, a driver for Lome  Fee's taxi, was on a call to Lund  and suddenly saw a deer bound  onto the road ahead of him. Aa  he came within about ten teal  of the animal, a cougar streaked  from the roadside bush and  pounced on the unfortunate animal. Anderson was unable to  stop his car in time and he  crashed into both animals. Ine  deer limped into the wood*,  while the cougar Viust seemed  to  disappear."  Slight damage was done to the  car.  'Conquer Cancer'  Campaign Begins  THE Conquer Cancer campaign  has begun in different center*  all over the province and unus*  ol Interest is being accorded  --'   " -tit educational and  ���������ii**-  Life is a tricky equation  The "trick" is to find the constant  The Coast News has been a constant on the Sunshine Coast for over 46 years. Over those years we've  watched the world change around us while we've remained steady as a rock, providing a safe, reliable  institution for your advertising dollar.  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News  Cable Connections  The Chaudiere controversy, The Teen Cenlre, The Wilson Creek  Marina, The Make A Wish Foundation, vandalism and much more.  7:00pm  Save The Salmon Society, "Live" Phone In  Fin Anthony talks aboul conservation of salmon stocks.  8:00pm  Recycling Update  Laurel Suko and Jeff Collins on a lour of the SCRAPS depot.  8:30pm  Creative Living Workshops, "Live" with Beverly Tanchak.  9:00pm  Arts Update  Sec Tuesday at 8:30 p.m.  Coast News, April 26, 1993  15  Students pumped to tackle West Coast Trail  by Kyla McDonald  Take a hike, ehl  Elphinstone Secondary's  physical education (PE) 12 class  is planning for just that: a five-  day, 70-kilometre trip along the  demanding West Coast trail.  The trip will take place May S  to 11 and promises a challenge  for all those participating.  "Students will use and develop the leadership and follower-  ship skills that they learned in  PEI I," says PE teacher Bill  Sluis, who led a similar wilderness outing four years ago.  The 13 students participating  have been preparing since the  beginning of March. Training  has involved compass work and  map reading as well as physical  training. The students will also  prepare and supply their own  equipment and food for the five-  day trek.  The trail is located on the  west coast of Vancouver Island  and stretches from Port Renfrew  to Bamfield. Hiking the nigged  coastline is an adventure which  involves everything from steep,  rocky climbs to rambles on  sandy beaches. The PE group  plans to hike for seven hours a  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  Commercial/Residential"        Fully Guaranteed  lOOMMSr-ftf **���*w  The comptete roolng ptDfesuanah  Specialists  886-0920  .PRECISE   2   PAINING &PUST|R  Custom hinting.  ��� Stucc3t\LW.    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Tactate WS-UW J  These Elphie students are gearing up to take on the West Coast Trail.  day, expecting to cover between  10 and IS kilometres in that  lime.  The main objective of this  trip is to bring students into conlact with their physical, social  and natural surroundings. The  students will be practising all  remember when  MARINE SERVICES  COLES MARINE  Diesel Repair Ltd.  45 Ton Marine Ways  ��� Machine Shop * Pressure Washing  ��� Bottom Painting ��� Tune Up  ��� Overhauls * Service Repair  ��� Work /Soil /Power  Owner PbrticipaHort Welco)rie"--f��p .  ������6-M7S 24 HR.  ������������7731  the skills of classroom learning,  such as reliability, personal  organization and working under  pressure, in a situation which  will show the relevance of these  skills in out-of-classroom life.  Students taking part in the  trip will be expected to keep a  Kyla McDonald photo  journal as well as leam the history and ecology of the area.  "The West Coast Trail trip  should be a great learning experience," says participant  Matlhew Chalmers. "The camaraderie in the group should also  make it a lot of fun."  5YEJVRSAGO  Mayor Bud Koch told the  Coast News thai bidding was  open to everyone for the 97.1  acres of limber near Ihe arena  which Ihe municipality wants  cleared in order to build a golf  course. The bids ranged from  $450,000 lo $840,000. The reason for diversity in offers was  that no package was available  for outlining the method of logging, the amount of road construction expected, cleanup or  general terms of agreement.  10 YVASS AGO  Deputy Premier Grace  McCarthy visited Gibsons last  week, bringing wilh her the  promise of a $400,000 lottery  fund grant to build a marina for  Gibsons.  Debate at last week's meeting of the Roberts Creek Com-  niunity Association became  'downright healed' as members  discussed the question of  pulling a ball diamond in Cliff  Gilker Park. Feelings were so  strong thai two committees were  struck lo investigate Ihe pros  and cons of the suggestion.  Over 400 Sunshine Coast  residents participated in this  year's Walk For Peace in Vancouver.  15 YEARS AGO  The closure of the fishing of  herring in Pender Harbour has  been partially lifted. Fishing for  herring is still not permitted in  Ihe main inlets in the Pender  Harbour area, but will be permitted in waters of the Gulf of  Georgia.  20 YEARS AGO  Hany Olaussen, NDP mem-,  ber of parliament for Coast  Chilcotin, will be contesting the  next federal election. Olaussen  was renominated at a convention held in Powell River on  April 14 and IS.  25 YEARS AGO  Sechelt council has decided  on a 2.24 mill rate increase for  this year's taxation. This will  raise the 10 mill rale for the last  11 years lo a 12.24 mill rale.  The department of education  in Victoria has ordered the  school board to reduce the operating section of the budget by  80 or 90 thousand dollars.  30 YEARS AGO  Three building permits  totalling $26,750 were passed  by Gibsons municipal council at  Tuesday night's meeting. One  was for a six room $16,500  home on Abbs Road, the second  was for a home on Georgia  View to cost $10,000 and the  third was for a $250 carport.  35YE.-UISAGO  Members of Gibsons and  District Board of Trade at Monday night's meeting suggested  in view of increased vandalism  in the community, a vigilante  committee be formed in order to  combat the trend of juvenile  destruction.  40 YEARS AGO  Large heaps of gravel and  building sand are being accumulated on the corner in Sechelt.  This is the beginning, it is said,  of a super-duper service station  and automotive business to take  the place of the present Standard station on the opposite side  of Ihe street.  Member of  ALLIED...  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Commercial potential, vices near Sechelt Goll Course.  $157,000.883-9431 ��22cn     $67.500 885-3358. 11901  VIEW VIEW VIEW. One ol the  beat uninterrupted view building  lota available on the Sunshine  Coaat. Builders enquiries welcome. Lot 149 Sandytnok Rd. 1-  8500151 #19cn  West Sachetl Quiet street, 2,800  sq It, 4 bedroom, 3 bath, wood  stove i fireplace, 1 dble Jacuzzi  tub, oak kitchen, partial view, 2  decks, fenced, landscaped, walk to  schd, stores. $192,900.685��300.  I19cn  Eisecutrve style i-uaaTivrew home.  2,600 a- sq tt. 3 levels, 2 bdrms,  plus master suite, 2 kitchens, 2-1/2  baths, vaulted ceilings, 2x6 walls,  cedar exterior / decks. Exceptional  yard, much more, finest neighbourhood. 4990 Panorama Dr.. Garden  Bay. 883-2687 eves. ss  By owner in Welcome Woods. 2  bdrni plus toft, on landscaped halt  acre lot, RSF wood stove.  $165,000.685-7679. >18w  WANTED  Recreational lot or cabin. Prefer  Pender Harbour. Call Debbie 463-  6274,463-6838. t18w  Sechelt village. 3 bdrm. 1/2 block  to schools and stores. Box 964,  Sechelt. No agents. ��iBw  Pnme Davis Bay view lot. Area ot  quality homes. $89.000.885-2277  new  Near marina, income, p/view, private. $156.000.886-7400. I19w  Powell River Real Estate, call  Dawn or Lorraine at Vogl Agencies, 485-4231. ��i9w  Mi NATIONAL  * ��      \ ll   J ���)���        *,   I I.I      \|| ,11111(1  NRS GIBSONS REALTY LTD.  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Lot I Mountainview Drive, partial  view lot, level and cleared in i  quiet cul-de-sac with all underground sendees. Private panhandle access. Ready to build your  dream home. $79,000. Call 886-  3812 or 328-5534. SI  wtm��]  .MORTGAGE  LOANS  ���lit, 2nd, 3rd MorigiQti  ���Purctmw  -r��-a-i ***f,n..,-,||,l-ilr.ai  ���Quick Approval!  ���All cradH OOMMMM  ���Qualify by phont  Cal kx a free consultation  240-9672  Ray Qunn  2��hra/7da>-iaWnk  PASSPORT MORTGAGE  ����������:  Almost New 1500 sq. tt. 2 level  home in Gibsons, huge insulated  double garage, 2 1/2 baths, Iir-  place w/quality linishing throughout. Features include huge master  bedroom with full ensuite, walk-in  closet, and a private deck. Home is  covered under a 5-year warranty,  priced to sell quickly at $159,900  Including GST. 984-3386. GIG  Investment Corporation. Jm Grant.  I19w  nmKiNoof  Burma or-.Lunor  *-��*5g2,    HANCHAR  jMsraiNa^^^aaa^H-TIa*-:  Gibsons 2 yr��� 3 bdrm., 2 bath, on  treed lot. Vaulted ceiling, skylights,  oak floors, $217,000.686-4821.  MtW  4 bdrm home plus 1 bdrm suite,  West Sechelt, excellent investment, $145,000.885-5764.     ss  VIEW LOT  Cul-de-sac, Hllcrest Rd., Glbaons.  Ready to build. Underground ser-  vices. $79,900  NEAR NEW   3 bdrm, 2 bath, 1/2 duplex, strata  on spacious lot. in nice neighbourhood of single homes, $134,500.  298-5215. Hilda Sutton Group  Excel. new  Sechelt. 3 bdrms, 1192 sq.tt. ���  720 sq. ft. unfurnished bsmt, hardwood floors, central vacuum.  $135,000.9874363. #16*  Private corner acre wilh 14'x70'  mobile home 1/2 km from Wilson  Creek mall. $135,000. 885-4498  after 6 pm. 11801  West Sechelt 3 bdrm rancher,  quiet cul-de-sac, 9 yrs dd, large  lot. $135,000. 885-0997 or 885-  3243. ��18cn  By owner view, 320 Headlands  Rd., Gibsons, near Marina. 3  bdim, 2 bath, quality hone on corner lot. Hot water heat, sundeck,  workshop, attached garage, potential in-law suite, RV parking.  $169,500. Phone 886-3576.��17cn  Semi-waterfront rancher, 12X sq.  It. 2 bdrm plus den. Close to park.  Quality subdivision. $169,500.  8854490. #17cn  GARY WHITE  886-8107 ���1-351*4380  Private 13* acres, exceptional  location. Harbour, lake and island  views, roads throughout, near Garden Bay Lake. Subdivison potential, borders crown and parkland,  $250.000.883-2687 ss  TOPSOIL  Screened top soil at reasonable  rate. WD Excavating, 886-9764  or cell. (1-220-1526 TFNs  Drop off yoaar  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  AT  Marin* Pharmacy  m PvndaK HaVbour  ���A FrrtnOy People Km"  Executive style custom view home,  2600 + sq. It, 3 levels, 2 bdtms.,  plus master suite, 2 kitchens, 21/2  baths, vaulted ceWngs, 2x6 walls,  cedar axleilor/decks. Exceptional  yard, much more, Una* rwaighbour-  hood. 4990 Panorama Dr. 883-  2667evea. ss  A' JERSONRULTY  ���r..  CAT.faU.OOUK  Seas Coaaata St, Boa 121S  Saaa-ha-a.BC.,V0N3*a0  eefr-aiiFAxaas-Mae  VaaToaFrwMMOit  Paitsam'.Nata-a-a  O. Caallari<sjiam kwHa you to cal saa  to sSacuaa our Baal Estate  PUranlasgSaaaykasas.VVoollar  piulaailonal pawaonal aawvtcaa  aaoaMng tor you, bast kstonaata.  CafaV OatvM al SSS-MSS  avMnMtai-ta-rTS.  oraotaei-em  Omlur��  Siemens Realty  Fls-eemCreals,6iTath6.t-Mtaaixher  on 1/2 acre. 3 bdrms.  2 baths,  dble. garage, 1600  sq. It.,  $196,900,895*3559.  #17*  MORRISON - Kelly, Sherrf i big  brother Mitchell area thrilled to  announce the arrival ol Ian  Howard; bom April 6,1993 at 4:26  p.m., weighing 8 lbs. 7 oz. He is  weiccamed with much love by us  tt. 2nd grandchild lor Bob 8 Lyme  Mace of Parksville S 5th tor Norm  s Shirley Morrison of Madeira  Park. Mommy $ Daddy wish to  thank Dr. Rudland lor his help in  bringing Ian into the world and  wonderful Alice for her enthusiasm, support $ encouragement.  Thanks lo all the fabulous 1st floor  nutatata* staff at SL Marys ��17cn  HOUSTON - Teya and Maya wet-  come their new sister, Kyra Lyn  Krohman, born April 15, 1993  weighing 8 pounds, 8 ouncea.  Wendee and Bela would like to  thank Dr. Karen Scott and the SL  Mary'a nursing stall. A very warm  thanks to Mehelle Small lor being  there once again. H7cn  Lol central Gibsons, some view,  Tricklebrook Way 8 Crucil.  $78,000. By owner. 922-3559.  #17*  3 bdrm. view home Granthams  Ldg., $147,000.866-3225.     as  OCEANMOUNT ESTATES  $259,900  Beautiful tamily home, 1600 sq. tt.  up, 3 bdrms., 2 banc. Bright modem kilchen with eating area. Separale dining room, gracious living  room, lull unfinished basement.  Could be fantastic! Nice level land  with views to mountains and Howe  Sound. Great lor kids! To view call  ANDY THOMA, LOS MILLING-  TON, BELL REALTY LTD. 926-  7831. ��19w  Studio apt., West Van., updated  and immaculate! Reduced to  $103,900. Bell Realty - Louky Wor-  rall, Janice Maclsaac. 926-7831.  #17*  WANTED ��� Someone to share 1/2  section near Dawson Creek,  $27,000 lor 160 acres and build-  ings. 886-2604. #17*  Brand new home, $165,000.  Sechelt, 3 bdrm., 2 tull baths,  unfinished bsmt., gas furnace on  approx. 1/2 acre. Quiet cul-de-sac  past arena, lelt Fairway, lelt  Parkview PI., #6037 offered by  builder. 6808445. #21 w  Soames Poml, 932 Feeney. View,  F.S.B.O. 3 yr. Jennish Colonial, 3  bdrm up, 2 bdrm suite, 2 F/P, 3  baths, double garage, shake rool,  French windows. $255,900. 886-  0081,351-7866 alter 8 pm.     ss  46'x 330'of pnme low bank waterlront in Gibsons Hsrbour near  Gibsons Marina. House needs  repair but could be lixed up for  recreational or rental use. Ptoperty zoned Tourist Commercial (C-2).  Double garage plus storage shed.  $189,500. Phone Jenniler 1-689-  7070.  COUNSELLING: Specializing In  depression, recovery from past  abuse, eating disorders. Maty Pln-  niger 885-0887. #19*  ilncjSonq  A Special  Gift Store  Dodiccrtcd to  Personal Growth  ft Dovolopmont  Books, Cards 8t Tapes  Crystals 8t Rocks  North Coast Indian Art  Southern U.S. Indian Art  & Jewellery  Incense 8t Burners  Meditation & Yoga  Supplies  Jody Be-gsma Prints  And MucnMuch More  MONDAY TO SATURDAY  10-6  ���385-9337  One acre in peacalul lower  Roberts Creek. Partially cleared  with nice trees. Exceptional property at the and ot the road.  $135,000,886-7372. SS  752 Hwy. 101,50x266 lot, 3 bdrm.  dder house, $165,000.886-9049  ss  MOBILE HOME  FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Bright, spacious layout, e>*-a-*ent coaidition, very dean,  newly painted a renovated featuring stucco ceiling with cedar  beams in living room, white walls,  400 sq. tt. deck, Iridge I stove  included, washer 1 dryer optional.  Exoellent location, dose to fatty, in  Comeau Trailer Park #22,1416  North Road, Gibsons. Pad rent  $195. 8864095. $39,900. Call to  TFNs  smsffl  ms  We're moving. The  Snip Shop will be  closed the last few  days of April.  Reopen May 1st at  our new location,  5653 Wharf  (formerly Centra  Gas).Call for an  appointment or visit  us at our new  studio.  ���nip Shop Hair  Studio  885-7621  We buy beer bottles and beer  cm, paying 80 (/doz. 886-9039.  TFN  NEW LOCATION  5716T��redo St, Sechelt  Mon.-Sat     885-5178  Announcement   I I I   Music  The family ol Grace Lawrence  wish to extend their slncerest  thanks to the stall ot Totem Lodge  for the excellent care and concern  they showed Grace during her time  with them. ��t7cn  IOW  con  ���ODYWCWK  AP/UNTINO  M-6-8309  Female adoptee bom Oct. 9,1970  in Sechett searching tor birth parents or anyone with Information.  Phone collect Tanya or Elaine 754-  7279. #17cn  Are you feeling tense or neve limiting energy levels? Polarity therapy  is a touch technique which aims to  balance the body's vital energy  and to release tension. For inlormation and appointments please  call Vorrie McKelvey 863-9853.  119*  mm  'Itorri&QijH'Boutiam  Additional Sers-lca-j:  Staving/Minor Alteration*.  Gift Wrapping a Gift Baskets  Preserved Corsage*  Weddiiw Bouauets  Rear 689 Hwy 101  Gibson-; 886- 9355  Private chauffeur, female, reply  Box A, c/o Box 68, Sechelt. #18*  Meditation and healing classes  start Monday night, April 26. Three  weeks, $40.885-5784.     #17cn  BROOKS ft MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints I  PRIVATE TUITION  Experienced tully qualified teacher  available. Seniors exam preparation techniques. Elementary students - all subjects. 686*468.  #18*  BeYQNPi  WRAPHiX  ISPfiix  'ar av-ttDa-f*  MENUS  ...fr* Mi. YOUR GRAPHIC NEEDS  CAU- 885-0244  Pair ol glasses. 885-2172.. ��17cn  Gibsons Public 4 District Library  Aawxaatlon Book Sale Friday, May  14 Marine Room, 6-9pm. Admis-  ���^refreshments, $2.      #t9w  SPRING FEST  The Sunshine Coast Music Society  presents 'Springiest,' e concert of  classic and show tunes. Featuring  Soundwaves chorus and orches  tra, Chatelech School band and  chorus. Sunday, May 2,2:00 pm al  Chatelech School. Tickets at  Talewind Books and Sayward  Books. ��18w  Rabbits I. cages (Lops). M4-  5324. ��19cn  CATZ &  DAWC.S  88,-9% 1  Free lo good home two beautilul  house-trained mature cats. Fixed.  665-3206. #18cn  Wagon rides starting May 1.  Horses for rent. Horseshoeing.  686-2205. #1731  PYRAMID DOG TRAINING  Private dasses, problem solving,  certified trainer. 886-2854. #20*  9 year old Sorrel mare 1/4 horse, 3  yr old Palomino 1/4 horse. 685-  9271. #17cn  African Pigmy goats. Does, bucks,  kids. Excel, pets and bush clearing. 883-2990 ss  Help reduce Ihe pet over-population problem - spay 01 neuter your  pet. NC  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Contact Then ( Now Furniture,  699 Highway 101, Gibsons. 886-  4716 or Manee Fashions.    NC  GUITAR LESSONS  Experienced teacher. All styles S  levels at applied theory.. First lesson tree. Avail, days 1 eves. Steve  886-2365. *19cn  Adult children ol Alcoholics or dysfunctional families please call 886-  3849 or 8854622 lor help.    NC  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  685-7883,24 hour line.       TFN  Faifway Stables  English Riding Lessons  Children ��� adults - beginner - experienced. Experienced certified  English instructor. Roberts Creek.  885-5423. #19cn  MAGUS KENNELS REG.  Dog ii cat boarding. Dog training,  'Science Diet' pet foods. 886-  8668. TFN  12 *k. fern, cross P.B. Shep/Akita  $125.14 mos. Fern. P.B. Shepherd. Reg. S guaranteed $350.  ���19cn  BUI Wood  SECHELT  A Bus. 885-29231  Res. 885-5058  RECYCLE your junk into treasure!  Donate to the Aits Coundl CLASSIC JUNQUE SALE on May 8.  Drop otl and pickup Information:  885-6072. #17*  Does someone in your family have  a drinking pnjtxem? Call Al-Anon  886-9903, 865-7484, 886-9059.  Al-Ateen 686-2565 or 885-7464.  Canopy for Ford Courier, long box.  88-x 60'. 885-3232 #18*  | Wood lots ��� will fall trees In  exchange for wood. 886-9372.  #19*  Annuals, shrubs, plants, llowers.  Reesonable or free, tor large landscaping ares. Also used kitchen  cabinets In good cond., decking  material, landscaping tiles. 886-  4584. #19*  Commuters - Travel dally to down  town and UBC, 1st ferry 6:20 am  return 5:30 pm. Room for 3. II  interested call 886-7490.    #19*  Kayacking lile bell; crab traps.  Phone or lv. mess. 686-7355.TFNs  30 It. plus iravel trailer in good  shape. 886-9625. #17w  Overstuffed couch & chair in good  cond. 685-7448. #17*  Recycle! 4' perennial plant pots. I  will pick them up. 886-7947. #17*  Set ol captain chain; with wooden  spindle backs. Solid oak table.  White fridge/freezer and stove, pair  of French doors. 886-8836.     SS  Boat ��� preferably old row boat (or  canoe) with character that floats.  Must be inexpensive, we're broke.  Call 886-7355 lv. mess.     TFNs  Used oil lurnace. 886-9587. TFN  6 pee. pecan dining room suite  plus 2 leaves, $650. 885-2954  alter 5 pm. #18*  Living room suite, sturdy Iir,  indudes couch, loveseat, rocker  chair, chair, 2 end tables and coffee table, $450 OBO. 6808712 or  886-3129. #18*  Walnut entertainment/wall unit. 72"  x72'xi2',$135.eee-2657.#1Bw  Brand ne* couch and chair, Santa  Fe Style. 886-7145. #16cn  Solid oak dining table 6A41'plus  (2) 12' leaves, and 4 chain, $375:  colonial style chesterfield end  chair, $300; reclining chair Sklar,  $60; steep couch, $70.886-7122.  #17*  Colonial cheslerlield and Chair, floral design, $500 OBO. 686-9115.  #17*  Antique oak atmoire w/bevelled  mirror, exc. cond., $450.685-7446.  #17*  Great present-antique Dutch wall  clock, copper lace and weights,  sun and moon plates, $600. 886-  7307. ss  Large black 4 white Manx with yellow eyes. Neut. male, Hlllcrest  area, Qlbsons. 686-3625. ��l8cn  TROPICAL FISH  Free lish when buying others. 25  cents tup. 886-9890      ��22cn  Working washer _ non-working  washer/dryer. Must pick up all 3.  885-6121. #17cn  100 gal. oil tank. 885-9520. #17cn  1972 Ford pickup, no box, motor  good. 865-2657. #17cn  19. Appliances  Yamaha 365S acoustic guitar,  excellent condition $350 OBO.  885-5307 ��l9cn  Piano Tuning  m      ���repairs  ja#>> * appraisals  W  Ken Dilglatlsh  886-2843  COOL RUNNINGS  Crotontrudtaveilabtetorhaukng,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  mainlenance, rototilling, odd jobs.  885-3917. TFNs  Beautilul king-size waterbed,  headboard, 6 tt tall w/mirror,  shelves Is 12 drawers. Moving,  must sel! $600 OBO 6660008  #18*  Wanted to buy: electric guitar in  good cond. 685-7787.      #16cn  Prime rehearsal space with PA, 25 In. colour TV w/remote, $300;  drum kit, etc. Hourly/monthly. Duncan Phyla table t 6 chairs,  Michael 886-9747. *18cn    $500,885-7195. #19*  Baby lurniture, kitchen sat (will  exchange for change table). 886-  4527. #19cn  Firewood, $100 - measured coid;  also taking orders for Sept., Oct.  deliveries. 885-mmsss. #19*  FIREWOOD  Free delivery, Rr $110; Hemlock  $100. Stock up lor winter. 886-  9372. #19*  Sony 21 in. H.D. steteo TV latest  model, new $600-$495; Hitachi  portable washer spin dryer new  $700 ��� $295; 1/2 in. BJD drill,  R.E.V. vat. sp., $85; wooden  child's bed _ mattress, $25;  builders water level, $15.863-  2882. #17*  Ladies 10 speed, like new, $100;  Peugot 10 speed, $10; baby bike  seat, $20.885-4799 eves. #19w  Men's bicycle and easy chair. 31  Greenecourt after 1 pm.    #17cn  Alder firewnd, U-pick up or delivered. Wilson Creek area. 885-  6070. #19*  Computer -1 yr. old, II  MHai    .ACW8fa*^  OBO. 665-7970.  33S  GIANT MOVING SALE  May 1 and 2,10 am ��� 1 pm, 468  Central Ave., Granthams. #17cn  Sat., May 1 al 5903 Garden Bay  Rd., 10:30-2:30. No early birds.  #1701  Gibsons Winter Club Annual  Flea Market, Sunday, June 13.  For info call Kathy 886-8155.  #19*  1st S.C. SCOUTS  OARAGESALE  May 1,10 am ��� 5pm, May 210 am  - 2 pm. No early birds. Donations  appadated, drop off at 8 ��� 10 am,  May 1 at the Cutting Rink or pick-  tap, phone Linda 886-3266. #17cn  It's the grand-daddy ot them all:  the Classic Junqua Sale! Sat.,  May 8,10 am - 3 pm at the Arts  Centre, comer of Trail 1 Medusa,  Sechelt. #18*  B.P.W. fund raiser garage sale,  May 1,10 -2pm, 5722 Surf Circle.  Donations accepted. 885-4456.  #17cn  Window size plate glass, smooth  edges, suitable lor cold frames.  686-9851. ��17cn  Gym equipment - treadmill (running/walking) brand new, $1000.  #19*  ��� Lawnmower, rearbagger, Home-  lite Jacobsen, 4 HP,$295'Full  size microwave, $100.886-0982.  #17cn  Beautiful maternity dresses, some  Shirley K, size 8 to 12, reasonable.  Baby dothes and toys. 6860876.  ���19*  Vending machine - tor canned  drinks ��� 5 selection - refrigerated,  $200. Call 10-5,886-9011.   TFN  Dresp otl your  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  AT  Peninsula Marital  in Davis Bay  "A Friandly Pasople Placa"  30' Westinghouse electric ranges.  Good condition. White, $75; cop-  pertone, $125.886-9856.  #19cn  Reduced Admiral range, self-  cleaning oven, $1100 new, sell tor  $400 firm. 886-0941.       (19cn  Apartment-size dryer, works well,  standard plug-in, $150 OBO. 885-  3646. #18*  Freezer: crate ne* 13.2 cu tt, 5 yr  warranty, $500 OBO. 885-7948.  #18*  Wanted to buy: non-working or  used major appliances. Call Norseman Bjom 885-7697.       #18w  For quality rebuilt maior appliances  or service call Norseman Bjorn,  665-7897 or Corner Cupboard,  685-4434. #16w  18 cu. ft. Woods AH Iridge, 2 yrs  ok), $326.685-3396.        #17cn  Brand new 16 cu. tt. fridge and  stove, $500 each; Hotpoint dishwasher, $275.686-9642.  #17cn  Admiral Iridge - sunset gold,  64x30. $250.866-4503.     #19*  Large aquarium 48" L X 1? W X  18" D1 fluorescent canopy, $100;  king bedlrame w/rollers, never  used, cost $135, asking $75.886-  2513. #19*  H.D. electric weedeater, $60; 3/8  reversible drill, $50; router, $60;  fibre optic lamp, $50. All A-1.885-  0382. ��18w  All eouipmen! Irom sealood store:  deli cases, lish counters, meat  saw, freezers and more. 663-2708.  #17cn  PRAWNS  fresh daily. To order phone 883-  2225. #17<-n  4x6 pool table, good cond. Balls,  brush 5 cues. $350,886-7521  ���19cn  SCREENED TOP SOIL  Quality soil at a reasonable rate.  WD Excavating. 866-9764 lv.  mess. TFNs  H.D. electric weed eater $60.3/8  reversible drill $50. Router $60.  Fibre optic lamp $50. Ail A-1.885-  0362. #18*  RECYCLE  Horse manure. You load.  $15/truck. 885-5423.      #19cn  Small 1 Boyes matching love  seats $500. Bond kniltng rnachrne  $200. Floor length rod pocket  white sheers - never used. $200.  685-4001 I19cn  Beautitul maternity dresses, some  Shirley K, size 8 to 12. Reasonable. Baby dothes and toys. 885-  0878 tiger,  ���"-������*������������  -_t_i_^i_^j_m_%lt_mm Coast News, April 26,  1993  17  Take Advantage of our Nezv Classified Ad Special  Run your classified ad 6 times  and pay for only 2 times!   Coast News (Monday)  Classified Deadline:  NOON FRIDAY  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  >1   For Sale  Scuba package: Brooks dry suit.  Tusa BCD. Sherwood Blizzard  regulator USD mask l snorkel,  blades and tins, gloves. Season  ankle weights, Seaflex weight belts  30 lbs. All excel, cond. #1,300.  1981 Corolla lor parts, runs excel.  $150.8850876 ��19cn  LOOKING  FOR  SPECIAL  HELP?  NORTH  VANCOUVER  ���  CAMPBELL  RIVER  t  MERRIT  $195  IT PAYS  TO SPREAD  THE WORD  3 tall buggies and older Seadoo.  665-4415. #18*  New Danforth type anchor+ 250 It.  braided line and 30 ft. chain. 2 new  XL Mustang float jackets. $100 ea;  1 pair HH boal boots, $30. 885-  2954 alter 5 pm. #18*  45' 4-harness, Jacktype lloor  loom. Some reeds and other  accessories, $465.886-7757J19*  Bear compound bow, all accessories and arrows, $300 OBO;  white sweat suit, 2 yrs old, M/L,  $200,885-3655. #16*  FRESH PRAWNS  $5 lb. 1 $4 per lb. To order: 885-  7348 Narneste. #21*  8x12 building, wired/piumbeaVinsu-  lated, $990; 2 a/c units, $200  each; gas lawn mower, $75. 1030  Fairview. 886-9649. #16*  Royal blue KroeNer swivel rocker,  $100; Kenmore upright vacuum  with light, $125, as new. 866-9513.  ���16cn  21' colour TV, $225 OBO or trade  lor VCR. 685-4432. ��16cn  SCREENED TOP SOL  Quality soli at a reasonable rate.  WD Excavating 886-9764 lv.  mess. #TFNs  250 gal. luel oil tank, $100 OBO  (empty). 686-2826. SS  Macintosh Classic wilh Stylewrite  Printer, roftware and books,  $1600.665-9206. #16cn  Four Pigmy goats, almond Iridge,  Jennaire, sell-clean wall oven,  $1000 all. Ostium fireplace insert,  $250,883-2667. ��18cn  Sewing machine, dining room set,  coftee/end table/chairs, rockers,  TV, manual lypewriter, kiln,  skis/poles, barstools, waterbed,  gatburator, dishwasher, Ireezer,  olfice chair, couch/chairs, Ian, toy  box, car radio, lamps. Come and  see us at 1023 Venture Way.  OPEN 84:30 TUES.-SAT.  GIBSONS U-LOCK  886-3460  CONSIGNMENTS WELCOME  ���17*  Rhododendrons 8 Azaleas  Same low price $3.50$10.00. No  GST. Large selection. Roberts  Creek Nursery, 2569 Lower Road.  686-2062. 116*  Mac l-s-��aetbook 140.40 Mb HD, 4  Mb RAM, incl. software: WordPerfect, Magic, HyperCard Developers  Kit, Flight Simulator, Quicken.  $2000.686-9665. TFNs  McLarey Princess antique wood  cook stove, beige with black trim,  $895 OBO; canopy for full size  P/U, $40; hide-a-bed, $100.666-  4592. TFN  Children's picnic table, $23; cedar  wheelbarrow planters, $6 and $16.  865-3285. SS  1992 BRC Switchback 21 sp.  mountain bike, pearl white, 26x20  in exc. cond., $400 OBO. 886-  6095. TFNs  '68 Woodmizer 40HD bandsaw  mill. Trailer pkg - 550 hrs, lap siding attach., carriage cover, auto  grinder, tooth seller, misc. spare  parts. $22,000 OBO. 886-3001 ss  Airco Gas lurnace Good cond.  $315 885-6276 ss  1986 Honda Accord LX, 4 dr, 5 sp. 1983 Volvo D/L, 4 dr. Sedan, 1987 S15 2WD Jimmy, privacy  95,000 kms. PS/PB, cruise, excel, cond, 120,000 kms., asking glass, PS/PB, auto, tilt, Sony  $6,500.8864536. ss    $4500.886-4529. #19w    stereo, new exhaust, asking  '77 Buick Skyhawk, needs back  brakes. Just tuned up and new  front brakes, $450 OBO. 886-0069  Dean. #19*  1992 Subaru Justy, 4 W.D. hatchback. Private 3 yr. lease ottered to  honest and dependable person.  683-2882. TFN  '77 Blazer for parts, rebuilt 400  engine turbo 350 transmission. '90  350 inj. engine; '69 Mustang tor  parts. 686-0054. #19*  79 Capri 5 sp, 5.0 litre engine,  new paint, many new parts, $4500  lirm. 666-2572. 119*  $5950.866-7600.  TOTAL  CLEAROUT  All vehicles  must be sold  $150-M,9gQ.  MIKE PLIMLFY  CENTURION AUTO  5045 Whasrf Ral. Seaholl  885-4004  MILLWOOD SERVICES  tsistaam lumbar mill warts.  Will come to your land a, cul  your Iota wkh MUTAMjI  Cul any d Im-nalois lumber to 21'.  Mon tuisstaer oar tog and aave  haaulins- lea.. SSS-0270  2500 Ib. pressure washer, $1000;  2 steel tool boxes for welding  truck, $100 each. 686-2565.��17cn  6 HP BCS diesel rototiller w/26'  tiller on power takeoff. 16' tiller  plus extras included, $1100.885-  7020. ��17w  Med, sz. dog earlier, $50 OBO.  '������r*t--J-t#ff*  Perennials  Huge Selection  Low Prices  Melville Cottage Gardens  1685 Tyson, Sechelt  Wed. to Sun. 9 am to 5 pm  Closed Mon. St Tues.  Ninth off 101 bttwrai Iromltig a Mat  White Iridge, F.F. 2 dr. $250.  Stove $100. Deep freeze 7.5 cu. ft.  $250. 4 bar stools $100.3 chaise  lounges $50 ea. Sectional chesterfield $100. Water bed /healer $75.  Mirrored collee / end tables $75.  686-4727 #19cn  Mercury 20 hp $700. Rototiller 2  hp $250. Ride-on mower 3 hp 28*  cut $350. Glass ply cruiser 23.5 tt.  Best otter over $6,000.665-7261  ���1901  Garden tractor _ can, Makita 6"  portable saw, new Sears router,  pine baby's crib, tiighchair, walker  - other baby stuff. Drop in stove,  2.8 ptehung door, cedar kindling,  bucket seets for Chev P.U. '81  Vdvo, best oiler. 686-3811.*19cn  Near new exercise treadmm. 1 hp  08 mph. Auto elevation, computerized. Phone 885-4578   *19cn  Black I Decker 18' lawnmower,  etec, good cond. $65.885-9068  #19cn  2 twin beds complete $50 ea. or  $75 both. 1 mold, complete with  plans tor 16 ft rowboat $200.1  child's mountain bike Norco 6 spd,  excellenl condition. $75.865-7227  ���IB*  Hoppy's quality mushioom  manure, bark mulch, screened. 11  yrs continuous service. 665-2592,  6850821. #16*  Men's Poseidon dry suit, excellent  condition, M/L. $300. 886-9346  eves. '18*  Presto pressure cooker, electric  deep fryer, cool mist vaporizer,  cardtable, interior door/passage  set. 866-9346 eves. ��18w  STENCILS  886-8103  Gibsons Park Plaza  Moving Sale - Philips TV 27* oak  swivel console; sola set w/oak corner table, neutral colours, sdid oak  coffee table; all kilchenware; oak  table st chairs, everything must go.  #17*  Sklar chesterfield and chair, $125;  old oak office desk, $60; 36' fire-  door w/trame, $30; oil lurnace  w/tank, $60.865-9207.     ��18cn  FIREPLACE INSERTS  Two wood burning l/place inserts,  $250 each. 5360659.       #17w  BtS 20 amp generator, less than  5 hrs. use, $650; girls 10 sp, $30;  adult 10 sp, $40; English bridles,  $40 each; stable halters, $5 each;  misc. horse stuff from $2. 883-  2990. #17w  Roberls CrMk Wildflower Farm  Easy, low maintenance beauty.  Informational video. Bulk pricing.  886-7372. #17*  inflatable kayak, like new, $500;  Beany 8 ft. pumper windmill and  60 It, tower, $3500. Can deliver,  call between 1211pm, 865-9357.  TFN  Single continental bed, $50; mirrored china cabinet with hutch,  $200, Hammond organ, $400. All  good cond. 886-7057.       #17*  Children's picnic table, $23; cedar  wheelbarrow planters $6 and $16.  885-3285. ss  MOBILE HOME  FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Bnght, spacious layout, excellent condition, very  clean, newly painted . renovated  featuring stucco celling with cedar  beams in living room, white walls,  400 sq. It. deck, Iridge & stove  induded, washer $ dryer optional.  Excellent location, close to ferry, in  Comeau Trailer Park ��22,1416  North Road, Gibsons. Pad renl  $195. 866-3095. $39,900. Call to  view TFNs  HYDRO POLES  BC Hydro approved, all sizes. Call  W.D. Excavating lor information.  6669764 or cell 1-220-1526.  TFNs  AGED HORSE MANURE  $20 pickup load or 2 loads/530.  Roberts Creek 685-9969.    TFN  Super-6 or regular-8 movie cameia and projector, also screen tripod and light. $125.886-9420.  TFNs  1980 T-Bird looks and runs good,  asking $1395. Jerry Ridgewell  686-2277. #19*  Mazda B20O0 P.U. with box liner,  rear end shot. $100.885-9068.  #19cn  1984 Dodge Aries, excellent condition, 4 cyl, auto, Sony AM/FM cassette, air cond. $2,900 OBO. 885-  2284 Jeff or Cindy. ��t8w  '61 VW Jelta 4 dr., 5 sp, sunrool,  $3500 OBO. 886-7969. ss  '86 Toyota Tercel, mint cond,  auto, 4 dr, sunroof. $5000. 685-  4503. ��19w  1984 Dodge Omni, exc. cond, 4  dr. htchbk, 5 belts, $1600 OBO.  885-3415. #19w  66 Aerostar XLT/trailer package,  140,000 km. $7,000. 886-9656  after 6:00 p.m ��17cn  1984 Jaguar Sovereign, fully  equipped, $9,500 OBO 666-7349  or 682-6661 ��18w  1982 Vdvo GL40,172.000 kms, 5.  speed, air cond., sunrool, dean.  car.HttnS, 886-3676."-Br#t8av I   s*-|  1977 Olds Cutlass, 4 dr auto, good,  running cond, $950 or trade lor  small outboard motor. 885-4777.  #16oi  1982 Volvo s/wagon, exc. cond,  $4500 OBO. 865-7719 alter 6 pm.  #1801  '89 Ford F-F150 4x4 Super Cab  custom, 5L V8 auto, fully loaded,  only 51,000 km. exc. cond,  $15,900. '88 Chev Cavalier R.S. 4  cyl. F.I. 5 spd. manual, only 71,000  km, exc. cond, $5900. 666-2219  or view 657 Poplar Lane.      ss  1979 Toyota Corolla S/wagon,  good shape, runs well, $895 OBO.  885-9449. *17w  1981 Audi, 4 dr. auto., $2200  OBO. 685-7233. #17w  1960 Chrysler Cordoba, slant six,  good cond, $1500 OBO. 885-  5607. #17*  SUNCO  am  RECYCtEOBmin.NGMArt.UIS  Doon / Windows / lighting  Plumbing / Kilchen & BothtcxMn  Fixture! ate  VVWOMS-OaVMCAl-  ��������-�����������  5653 Whaal Rd, Sechall  RECYCLE t_ SAVE  CEDAR SHAKES SLUMBER, any  size. Will custom cut. 685-2136  or 685-5601. TFN  GOOD HAY  $5.0Q/Bele Delivered  Straw SS.OO/bal*  Garden Mulch Hay $3.50  Call Between !2-1pm  865-9357  TFN  Compiele sel ol Proto combination Parker ��� Hole 30.06,3x9 Bushnell  wrenches, 1-2 in, $200; 16' Proto scope. Martin 444s Winchester,  adj. wrench, $25; 16' Crescent adj. Queen size waterbed, Bentwood  wrench, $30.886-4690.     #17w rocker. 685-5467. ss  "SPRING SALE'  French doors interior t exterior  $40-$ 175. Double glazed windows, aluminum i vinyl 10% off  marked prices. Prehung sdid core 686-2970.  doors $75. Interior doors $15. Oak  staircase $200. Gas lurnace * hot  water tank, clearance $50. Sunco  Recycled. Ron 685-6689. 5653  Whart Rd, Sechelt. Tues-Satur-  days. #18*  Sony TV, 28', black oak consols,  $600 OBO; JVC VCR $110; Pioneer lable top stringing machine  with stand, $550; two 2/4 x 6/6  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  664-5240  TFN  mahogany door four 2/6 x 6/6 vlaM. fM w  mahogany door, t*o 3, two 26,  lour 2' bifold doors, mahogany.  ���17cn  Also 3 point implements. 885-  3842. ��18w  5 hp rototiller $145.1 hp cement  mixer $150, small 12 hp tractor  with blade $650; brown reclining  chair, like new $95; TV antenna,  mast, wiling and rooter $150; as  new gaa weed eater high performance XR70, $80. Towbar $60.  Compl. satellite system wilh 10 tt  (Ml $1360.666-9467.      ��t6w  Fridge, stove $325 each. Hide-  sway bed $75. Chairs and sewing  madam $75.686-7712    #18*  Waterbed comp. kit, padded sides,  $75; 10x12 area rug (needs cleaning), $50; Pioneer chainsaw as Is,  running, needs new chain, $50.  885-3396 #17en  Attractive floating home on concrete barge, 39'x55' living accom,  2 bdtm, kilchen, lull bathroom, lining and living room, combined  large storage area under living  area, pis-4rrssionally built For info  685-7537. ��17cn  73 V.W. van. Good condition.  60,000 miles on new engine.  Some rust. $2 ,600 OBO. 885-  3917. TFNs  1979 Suzuki Samujrai, soft top,  $1,200. or 1984 Rabbit, diesel,  $1,500. Go for the fun or go for the  practicality. 8664535.      ���19cn  1960 Buick Skylark $600 OBO.  886-7521. #1901  1978 Vdvo 242DL. New clutch,  good* tires. Well maintained.  Colour buckskin. $1,960. Phone  896-7127. #1901  1967 Buick Skyhawk LTD. Excellent condition, one woman owner,  non smoker, immaculate, sunroof,  AM/FM cassette, 67,000 km. Call  6864906. $7000 OBO.     #TFN  1982 Cavelier, 4 sp, clean solid  car, reliable transport. $1000.685-  2946. ss  '85 Lada 5 sp, 105,000 kms,  good 2nd vehide, $500 OBO. 886-  4821. ss  1991 Mercury Cougar, auto, air,  power, white, exc. cond, 35,000  kms, $17.000.866-3623.       ss  '79 Ford stn. wagon, V6 auto,  good running cond, $475. 886-  9372. SS  1966 Ford Mercury 2 dr, 8 cyl, air  cond, exc. cond., low mileage,  $5000 OBO. 863-2512. ss  Good selection used tires, wheels,  Chevetle; Honda Accord parts.  8854004 ss  77 Pontiac Lemans, exc. cond,  $900080.886-3648 SS  1974 Datsun 2602 alpine stereo,  mags, spinner hubs, Pirelli tires,  new brakes, exc. shape $3500  OBO 886-7378 ss  1973 Super Beetle, $2500 OBO.  883-9234. SS  1974 Oldsmobile, new brakes and  exhaust. Mechanically sound,  $900 OBO. 865-1943. ss  1968 Ford Taurus, am/lm, Ac V6,  auto/od, 4 door, exc. cond. $6,495.  666-7520or886-2111. ss  1979 Cadillac Seville baby blue,  int/ext., rebuilt engine <V transmission. Priced to sell $3650 Call 885-  8910 after 6:00 pm. ss  1969 Volvo 242 DL, still running,  good for parts, First oiler can drive  It away. 886-3296. TFNs  '66 Pontiac 6000 AC 4 cyl, F/inj,  great mileage. Exc. cond. $4500.  686-7150. ss  1976 International Scout, lots of  rust but runs great, $600 OBO.  Yvan 665-9321. TFN  1966 Chev S.10 Tahoe. Immaculate, low k's. also canopy fits S.10  longbox. 683-2297. ss  1968 Bronco II 4x4, great in snow,  V6 AT, exc. cond., new brakes,  exhaust. $6500 OBO 666-2031 .ss  Big block Ford propane system  w/tank, $1000. 686-3005 8am-  5pm. TFN  1967 Scout International 4 W/D,  good body, tuns good, must sell,  $800 OBO. 885-5955.       ��17w  1989 Chev 271 4X4 short box. tull  load, 36,000 kms, $14,000 OBO.  885-1973. #17*  '69 3 ton Chev, flatdeck, 5.2  tranny, new front tires, needs  inspection. $3250.886-3001. ss  Full size 1990 Dodge van, V6  auto, $8500.686-3301 SS  77 Chevy Nomad, deluxe window  van, parts. 665-5102. ss  DRUGLORD TRUCKS! $100  66 BRONCO  $50  91 BLAZER   $160  77 JEEP CJ  $50  Seized Vans, 4x4's, Boats.  Choose Irom thousands starting  $50.-24 Hour Hotline.801-379-  ,2935 Copyright ��BC104KK��atai  7 ft. canopy w/sturdy carrier. $400.  ���16*  '84 Subaru 2 DR coupe, good running condition, $1700 OBO. 686-  2970. #17cn  1982 Lynx in running order, 2 DR  std, $650 OBO. 865-9605. ��17cn  1984 Colt, AM/FM cass, new winter and summer tires, mechanically  perted, looks good, $1400. 885-  7535. ��17cn  1961 Mercury Cougar XR7. good  cond, no rust, includes tune-up.  $950 OBO. 886-7647.      ��17cn  '66 Ford Taurus V-6. exc. cond.  $3900 OBO. 886-7524 alter 5 pm.  ss  1978 Oldsmobile 98, reliable transportation, lots ol extras. $1200.  885-9646. ss  Datsun 240Z body parts, rec. eng.:  79 Dodge 1/2 ton step-side with  canopy, boat rack, $1250.886-  7376. ss  1990 Mustang 5.0 Lx, 5 spd, 43k.  black/grey cloth, CD, mags, vety  last. Older owner. $11,900. 665-  3433 eves or leave message 866-  2694. ss  CHEAP! FBIAJ.S. SEIZED  ���89 Mercedes $200  ���86 VW $50  ���87 Mercedes $100  WtvVistang $50  Choose Irom thousands starting  $50. FREE Information 24-hour  Hotline. 801-379-2935 Copyright  ���BC010410. ��27w  1990 Honda CRXsi, black on  black, sunrool, 35,000 km, very  dean inside 1 out, $10,000 060.  886-7205 eves. ss  1986 Nissan 4X4 hardbody King-  cab, V6,97 km, $8900 or consider  partial trade for car. 686-7584. ss  1982 F250 4X4 PS/PB VB, good  cond, $3500 OBO. 8860969.  ���19*  1980 Chev 1/2 ton 350 V8 auto,  rusty but runs, $600.885-7330.  #19*  ���661/2 ton Fotd PU, 6 cyl, 4 sp,  good working order, $800. 886-  9594. *T9w  1978 Bronco, new paint, rebuilt  motor, rear end, new gas tank,  springs, ball joints, cam, exhaust  and brakes. $5,400 OBO. 886-  7013. ss  '65 VW Vanagon. 7 pass. Stereo,  sunroof a ski rack. Excellent cond.  137.000 km. $7,200 OBO. 886-  3733 I19cn  1986 Ford F250 cuslom 6-cyl, 5  spd. Box liner. $6,900 OBO. 885-  8911. #19cn  1969 F250 Lariat 4x4 super cab,  gas/propane, loaded, many extras,  excellent condition. $18.900.865-  7492. ��i8w  78 Ctm 4x4,350 automatic. 685-  4415. #18w  Pick-up Toyota, 4 cyl, rebuilt  engine and trans, $1600 OBO.  6860365. #18cn  Propane luel system for Chev 350  P/U. $650. John 8850637. ��17w  1989 F250 XLT Lariat 7.3 L diesel  2 WD, 5 sp, supercab loaded,  extras, equipped lor 5th wheel.  One owner, only 37,000 miles.  Replacement cost $33,000, will  sell for $18,500.885-2544.     ss  1986 Mazda Cab-plus, beautilul little truck, $4600. or trade for 16 ft.  boat package same age. 883-  2329. ss  1966 Ford F250 4X4, diesel,  supercab, $13,000 OBO. 885-  1949. ss  '87 Nissan 4X4 XE, P/U 5 sp,  100,000 kms., canopy, sunrool,  dura-liner, a bush bar, $7600.885-  2995. ss  1966 Mazda Cab-plus. Beautilul  little truck, $4600.883-2329.   ss  1993,32 ft Citation Supreme fifth  wheel, fully loaded, fiberglass  exterior, full warranty, located at  LangdaksRV park. 758-1073.  #1901  Trailer, 10ft. X 6ft. 110V/ 12V/  propane, good heater, $600. 886-  6070. ��19w  Bder trailer, sink, stove, libreglass.  13 ft. $1650.865-1943.      #19*  Tent trailer, 79 Venture sleeps 6,  fridge/stove, furnace, heater, lots  of room. 886-2906. #19*  1987 Valley camper, 6' stubby,  light weight, sink, stove, ice box,  exc. cond, $2500.883-9978.#19*   Mima in an '  1971 - 21 ft. Skylark, ne* upholstery t blinds, exc. cond, $4000.  8860317. #19*  11 loot camper, new bathroom,  h/tank, h/jacks, pumps, floor.  $2,400,686-3075. #19cn  8 ft overhead camper, cooler, lightweight, lots of storage $1,400  OBO. 885-2624 ��18w  17 ft Travel Trailer, fridge, stove,  shower and more. $2,800 or swap  lor tent trailer.. Eves 663-9450.  ���18*  1979 GMC camper van, Iridge,  stove, sleeps 4, toilet, 60,000  miles. Runs well, some rust.  $3,500,865-7777. ��18w  79 Lionel hardlop tent trailer. Fully  loaded. Sleeps 6. $3,500. 886-  9656 alter 6 pm #17cn  Travel trailer 13 It, enclosed toilet.  $1350.686-3487 ss  1990 Glendale Sterling 26', rear  twin beds, loaded with extras,  $43.000060.663-9416.   ��18w  25. C.impcrs 8, RV  Older travel trailer, 28 It, lully  equipped including air, sleep 4,  $4,500,883-9382. ��18w  7 1/2' Timbertand import camper.  New 3-way Iridge, stove, sleeps  four, $3,500.8860007.    ��18cn  21' 5th Wheel and 1-ton Dodge  truck; 12' Valco alum, boat and 15  HP Johnson motor. 885-2738.  ��18cn  '77 - 26 ft. Pace Arrow motorhome  ��� low mileage, newly refurbished,  plus trailer to haul car. $17,500  lirm. 885-7664. TFNs  79 2311. Nomad travel trailer, self-  contained, air cond, nice unit,  $6500. Tow vehicle avail. 886:  9774. #17cn  75 GMC truck with 6 ft. camper,  $1300.866-9503. #17w  18 tt. Okanagan 5th wheel. Stove,  fridge, shower, etc. Phone 886-  9597. #17w  24 ft. travel trailer, $2900, needs  work. 886-9625. #17*  P/U Camper, $600.6850137.TFN  CHEAP! FBI/US. SEIZED  88 Allegro 33' $250  82 Winnebago $50  87 Pace Arrow 29' $200  Choose Irom hundreds starting at  $50. FREE Inlormation 24-Hour  Hotline. 801-379-2935 Copyright  ���BC010425. #19*  1991 Northern light dlx camper 9',  Iridge, stove, toilet and shower  $7500.885-7610 TFN  ���91 Dutchman 5th wheel, 26 It. 11'.  Fully loaded, like new, Immac.  cond. Call Brad or Connie 686-  0446. ss  19'LARSON  1981 Mania 6.000 open bow, 280  HP 350 Chevy, new OMC outdrive, new chuckwagon style canvas. Fresh water boat with new  salt water conversion. Trailer  induded. Exc. cond. $8000 lirm.  863-9863 or 403-264-2642. Boat  in Pender Haibour. ��l8cn  ttCHEU MRIH  SURVEYS LTD.  cioiiln em Murrey  M.C.M.M.C.   M.N A.M.S  M.A.B.YC.   'Marine  Surveyors and Consultants  17 It. Ranger cabin cruiser *tth 40  HP Johnson, trailer. Full canvas,  fiberglass over wood hull, red and  yellow cedar strip deck and cabin,  needs some work, $1200 OBO;  new VHF radio with 2 ��� 6 antennas. $200 lirm. 886-7774. ��18cn  15'3* Crestliner Plus trailer, 36 HP,  dad. radio, canvas. Asking $3500.  5724 Porpoise Bay Road, after 4  pm. #17cn  20 HP Mercury O/board elect,  start; 13 ft. alum, boat t trailer,  $1450; 21 It. Fibreglass boat, new  lull canvas, walk through windshield, 350 Marine GMC motor,  $4800; 35 HP Mercury O/board,  $275,665-7738. #17*  12 tt. aluminum boat, 9.9 Suzuki  O/board, both in exc. cond.,  $1100.885-2210. #17*  r7YY^\  12 tt boat 6.5 hp motor. $600.885-  9266. #19cn  1968 K&C Kingfisher 16 ft. centre  console, 60 HP Evinrude, galv.  tral, $5800.686-7584. ss  14 ft. Sangster, full canvas, new  battery, EZ load trailer, 35 HP  Evinrude, $2500.663-2970. *19w  17 ft. Fibreglass boat. 885-5523.  #17cn  21 ft. Searay, exc. cond, in water  ready to go. Recant survey.  Comes with Tandem trailer and  extras. 250 HP Chevy. Must sell.  $15,000 OBO. 8650861 eves.  #19*  Rotation? 45 gal. pdy drums available $20-$25 ea. Depending on  quantity. Call Jim 863-1142 or  944-3249. ��19cn  17 It K.C. hardtop, excellent  shape, loaded with extras, $6,000.  ���16*  Bayliner 24' CIS, rebuilt engine, 4  hrs, new upholstery, UHF CB, 2  depth sounders, $12,900. 866-  7255. ss  Brand new 20 HP tongshatt Evinrude outboard motor, factory warranty, $1700.886-9011,9-5. TFN  20 ft. Malibu h/t, head, galley, Ml  canvas, 198 hp I/O, low hours,  $13,900. 2910582 collect after 6  pm. ���18*  MARINE PAINTS  886-8103  Gibsons Park Plaza  Concrete floats, heavy duty 12 ft  X46 ft. and 12 II.X72 ft, foam tilled  connectable, pressure treated  wood, galvanized linings. 663-  2637. #17*  Warned X It. boat trailer to rent for  2 week period. 8860969. ��17cn  20' steel work boat, 307 Chev Velvet Drive. $6000. Trades accepted. 666-2565 #17cn  22' Hydro Swift cabin cruiser, F/G,  350 chec. OMC Leg D.S. Rod  holders, trim tabs. Low Ins. Needs  Wtetobeready.togA#m8e6l  8994 60 pm. Anyttme wetketids. I  N  16 ft. Davidson sailboat, 4 sals, fin  keel, 7.5 honda, $3000 686-9224   s/s  CHEAP! FBI/U.S. SEIZED  88 lii" Sea Ray $350  9016'Hobie Cat $50  64 ChrisCraft $200  Choose from hundreds starting at  $50. FREE Inlormation 24-Hour  Hotline. 601-379-2935 Copyright  ���BC010429. #19*  24' Reinell cabin cruiser, exc.  shape, $5200 OBO. 686-8101  between8-5or8B60616eves.  TFN  18 It. F/G Volvo I/O tandem axle  trailer, $3800.683-2297.       ss  23 tt. Sabrecratt 165 I/O Merc. 20  aux. depth sounder, head, stove,  $9000060.8850764. ss  16' Davidson sailboat, 6 HP 24.5   Cabin   Cruiser,   new  o/board. exc. family day sailer. Merc motor and leg, head prepare  Lines lead aft. $3295.6854797. stove, sleeps 4, rear glassed in,  #18cn $6200.663-9253. ss  All classifieds musl be  prepaid belore insertion  Sun Sell ClaeeHlmde  $15 up to 10 words  $ 1 each additional word  Your ad, telling one item, will run 4 consecutive weeks  then will be canceled unless you Instruct us to renew II  by CWSSInsaa deodltne * Noi availabl. lor comemclal admrHtmt  Coast News  CLASSIFIID DEADLINES:  Monday IdiHon  NOON FRIDAY  Gibsons 886-2622  W��*k��nd*r  NOON TUIIDAY  Sechelt 885-3930 ���vLCa^l   1-etCV* J��  Take Advantage of our Nezv Classified Ad Special  Run your classified ad 6 times  and pay for only 2 times/   Coast News (Monday)  Classified Deadline:  NOON FRIDAY  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  Boat trailer lor herring skilf or large  boaL $600,883-2107. ss  115 Merc 4 cvl. O/B, $2500; 50  Merc O/B, $1500.8860006,8am-  fjpnv TFN  Ranger 22, VHF 5 sails, veiy fast,  sleeps 4. Gary Mull design $4200.  666-3490, f-977-7349 toll-tree  pager. ss  Coronado 15, trailer, similar to  Laser, nice sailboat $1600. 886-  3490,1 -977-7349 toll-tree pager.  ss  Hobie Cal 16 sailboat, trailer, mce  boat, #$1700. 886-3490. 1-977-  7349 toll-tree pager. ss  12 It. aluminum boat $600, 885-  7167. ss  Yes1 There is a reliable local propeller repair service. 865-5276.  TFN  Good 12 tt. aluminum boat $600 or  trade? 885-7167 ss  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70 HP 1991-1992  Evinrudes. Excellenl condition.  Lowe's Resort. 863-2456.    TFN  19 ft. Sealoner Volvo Penta  Calkins trailer needs exhaust man-  itdd, $3500. 6860457. SS  27. Mobile Home;  Trailer for sale 1969 Companion.  Excel, cond. Asking $3,300. 883-  9785. #19cn  12'x W'2bdm6'x8'-addition��  covered deck. Clean, good condition. SFWD. $26,500.886-9561  11901  12 x 56' 2 bdrm utility room, duroid  root, good condition. $22.500.686-  9561 ���IDcn  Park site, only one available, Davis  Bay area. 14 x 70 home. 5970322  TFN  Modular housing. We will build  your custom built home to your  specifications up to 1,646 sq ft.  5970322 TFN  All new design. New 14 x 70,  1,146 sq It. 5970322 TFN  Older 8x30' mobile. Handyman  special, $200 OBO. 886-9511.  119*  Why rent? New 14 x 70 home  $34,900 FOB Must have own  location. 597-3322 TFN  2 bdim mobile lor sale. $10,900.  6860604 (IB*  Only 2 lelt ��� Sunshine Coast Park.  Display home, 924 sq. It, $52,900;  Display home. 1440 sq. It,  $94,900. Come in to view or call  lor appointment Won't last. 886-  2597 or 597-3322. TFN  1200 sq. tt. 3 bdrm, 2 bath, living  room, dining room and lamily  room, parquet and tile floors, woikshop. 885-3246. ��17cn  MOBILE HOME  FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mot* home. Bright, spacious layout, excellent condition, very  dean, newly painted & renovated  featuring stucco ceiling with cedar  beams in living room, white walls,  400 sq. ft. deck, Iridge - stove  induded, washer - dryer optional.  Excellent location, dose to ferry, in  Comeau Trailer Park ��22,1416  North Road, Gibsons. Pad rent  $195. 866-8095 $39,900. Call to  view. TFNs  28. Motorcycles  1962 Honda CB-650 mint cond.  Garage kept. New tires. $2,000.  8860606,9-5. ��17w  '64 Suzuki GS750 EF, blue on  white, $1500.886-7584.        ss  1986 Suzuki 250 quad, rebuilt  motor, new tires with gear. $2,000  686-0520 after 5 pm        #18*  CHEAP! FBIAJ.S. SEIZED  87 Mardura VGV 700 $100  86 Interceptor VF500 $60  90 Hartey $200  67 Magna 700 $100  Choose trom thousands starting al  $50. FREE inlormation 24-Hour  Hotline. 601-379-2935 Copyright  IBC010421. #19w  '86 Honda Aspencade. exc. cond,  28720 km, sacnfice $4,500 firm.  886-9595.  1985 Kawasaki Ninia like new,  otters. 6860622. ss  29.Wanted  to rent  31    For Rent  Furnished home w/moorage lor  June, July 6 Aug. in Garden Bay  replies to P.O. Box 123, Garden  Bay, BC. VON ISO. I19w  Reaponslble employed middle-  aged couple looking for house  between Gibsons _ Sechelt. Prefer 2 bdrm. Rets, avail. Phone alter  6pm. 8864610. ��17*  Ne* spacious above-ground 1  bdrm basement ste. Private entr. 1  min. to ferry. Mother 6 small child  welcome. $525, ubl. ind. N/S. 886-  8474. #1901  3 bdrm. t'place. hlloors, etc, July  1, $650.686-7400. ��19w  Bachelor  Suites  BY MONTH OR WEEK  BUSINESS IN GIBSONS  WISHES TO RENT  COMMERCIAL OFFICE  SPACE IN SECHELT.  We require 600-1000- sq.ft.  Please write with inlormation  on cash/sq. ft, length of lease  required, maintenance costs,  when available. Reply to Box  390  c/o P.O. Box 460  Gibsons, B.C.  VON 1V0  Reliable tenant with excellenl references avail, for long term residence in quiet self-contained  waiertront home. Hope Clearlight  886-4967. #18*  Good tenants only, please! Available June 1. Your pels are welcome, and your children are  required! A tamily home with room  lor your kids to play. Nice 3 bedroom rancher on 5 acres ol treed  property. Just otl North Road, minutes by car to the lorry, and walk  to Gibsons. Propane furnace 8  slove. Fruit trees in the yam  EXTRAS INCLUDE: wood burning  "Heatilalor* stone tueplace. big  patio sundeck, extra storage shed.  clothes washer _ dryer, built-in  dishwasher, wall to wall carpels.  $650 per months S utilities. Reie  ences absolutely required! Call  Mark 1-944-7580 (messages) to'  'Open House' viewing limes and  dates, or to arrange a personal  appointment. #19cn  Snared accom, lge. home 100  yrds. from beach in Lower Gibsons. N/S. no pets, $325/mo. + 1/2  hydro. 886-2969 mess.      #19*  2 bdrm. modern in park-like setting/creek. Near mall, no pets.  $675. 886-2454. #19*  3 bdrm. house in Langdale. Magnificent view ol Howe Souno. 2  appl, carpon, sundeck. Avail. May  1.883-9040. #19*  Small 2 bdrm. nouse. No pets,  $5(XVmo. 886-9258. ��19w  2 bdrm. house, Gibsons, N.P.  $'OO/mo, avail. May 1.863-2906.  #19*  W. Secnell ��� upper lloor 3 bdrm.  home. $775 ind. mils t cable. N/S.  1-2750262. #19*  1 bdrm bsmt. 1 June. $300 w /  amenities. 886-7400.       #19cn  Ne* sell contained suite in quiel  home. Ocean view, Roberts Creek  area. N/S. No pets. Suil retired or  business couple. 886-8475.119cn  4 bdrms, 2-1/2 baths, home in  prime Sechelt Village location.  Available May 1st. N/S, rels. reqd.  886-2633 or 263-7753      #19cn  1 bdrm trailer furnished, also small  trailer, suitable 1 adult. Cedars  Trailer Court. 885-3313.    #19cn  Cozy semi-lurnished self-contained cottage. Suit clean, quiet  working bachelor or single retiree.  New WAV, cable, heat induded.  $5l0/mo. Rets, please. 886-2694   #18w  Share rent in my 3 bedroom  house. Must be employed, very  quiet, non smoker. $325+1/2 utilities. Female or male. 8860267   tie*  West Sechelt - newly renovated 1  bdrm suite. F/S. Near store, laundry, bus. N.S.N.P. Rets reqd.  $500/mo. Heat - hot water incl.  685-9610 ��16w  2 rooms lor rent. Shared hot tub,  bathroom, w/D. Close to lerry.  $375/mo. per room. 6860151   #18*  Gibsons. Quiel. central location, 1  year old, 3 barms, 2 baths, dishwasher, large deck, garage. $825.  296-5215 ask lor Joe        #l8w  Monthly, Weekly, Dally  886-3343  1 bdrm bachelor suite, balcony,  private entrance, utils & cable  included. Fantastic view, walk to          ferry. $500.886-7394        #18w  3 or 4 bdrm house on private 1 bdrm view guest house. Pterin-  acreage near Gibsons. 5 appis, urn quality, vacuum, garage, utili-  F/P, $950. Avail. May 1st. 886- ties incl. NS/NP. $700 per mo.  9134 after 5 pm. #19cn   Message 885-7509 #18w  2 bdrm suite, Gibsons, washer, Snared accom. avail, immed. lor 2  dryer avail May 1. $575 p/month. bdrm apt. central Gibsons. $350  883-2149. #19cn   inds utilities. Kim 686-2353 ��16w  BLANKET CLASSIFIEDS  These ads appear In more than 100 community newspapers In B.C. and Yukon  and reach mors than 3 million readers.  TO PLACE AN AD Call the Coasl News 886-2622  BCYCNA  BRITISH  COLUMBIA  ANDYUKON  COMMUNI1Y  NEWSPAPERS  ASSOCIATION  $195  lor 25  words  305  S3.70 each additional word  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  EDUCATION  FOR SALE MBC.  MOBILE HOMES  ENGINES FROM $995. for  3 cava and trucks. Complete  rebeiMsftitti new parts. 6 Vr/  f| 120.06* Wa* Warranty. 20%  Down-Payments later. Bond  Mechanical 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. 7  Daya. 872-0641.   BEFORE YOU BUY a rebuilt  engine, compare quality and  service. CANADA ENGINES  LTD. IS THE BEST. Care/  tight Trucks from $995. 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Call 1 -800-653-  4837 Transit #27951.  Satisfied with your income?  Want your own home-based  business? Want to make  S500-S1000 PT/p*f month?  Your $1000. investment returns 70%. Serious Inquiries  only. (604)652-6114.  BUSINESS PERSONALS  FOXY ladies offer exciting  personal fantasy and photos  - discreet entertainment by  mail. For Iree info write  KAREN, Box 670-GB.  Kelowna, B.C. VIY 7P4.  Adults Only Pleeael  COMING EVENTS  B.C. Sewers! Find out aboul  IN STITCHES, Sept. 23-28  Vancouver B.C. Conference  features 50 seminars, 100+  booths. Brochure mailed In  July. Send address: In  Stitches, 13718-28th Ave.,  Surrev, B.C. V4P 1T3  (604)538-7477.  EDUCATION  PROFESSIONAL TRAVEL  andTourism Training with The  Canadian Travel School. Day  and evening diploma programs. Begin every other  month. Vancouv��r266-3476,  Surrey 682-1122 or 1-80O-  668-9301  BE AN INTERIOR  DECORATOR...with our re-  mavlutbie now homa* study  ceVMl-YtMli em Individual  tuWon Irom professionals on  al aspecta ol Interior decorating, colour schemes, space  planning, furniture selection,  lighting, end much more.  Write, call or fax today for our  FREE colour book. Toll-free  1-800-267-1829, Fan:  1(613)749-9551. The Sheffield School, 38 McArthur  Avenue, Suite 874, Ottawa.  On. KIL6R2.  WHO ELSE WANTS MORE  MONEY? Business reports  reveal sea-rets, tall how. Part-  time, Full-time. Free Details.  Write Now: Calowa. Box 286,  Oliver, B.C. VOHITO.  Train to be a *CRM* - Certified Apartment Manager.  Many jobs available. Over  2,000 graduates now working. Government licensed  home-study courae. R.M.T.I.  681 5456 or 1 -800-665-8339.  CHEF TRAINING PROGRAM. Make your future  firianeially secure. Join Canada's fastest growing Industry.  Cooking la a recession-proof  career. 17weekdptomapro-  gram. Gov't funding. Student loana. Continuous  enrollment. Accommodation  arranged. Call Registrar,  DUBRULLE FRENCH CULINARY SCHOOL, Vancouver,  B.C. (604)738-3155, Toll-free  1-800-667-7288.  EMPLOYMENT  OPKattTUMTES  MEADOW LAKE  PROGRESS requires Sales  Manager with editorial background. Dudes: advertising,  commercial printing sales and  organization. Previous experience in newspaper Industry  or related fields. Meadow  Lake Progress Is a weekly  newspaper and printing plant,  serving Meadow Lake, Sask.  and surrouraajrang area. Sal  aiy negotiable. Benefits package. Apply: Meridian Printing  Ltd., Box 830, Uoydmlnster,  Sask., S9VIC2.  FOR SALE MBC.  SEPTIC TANKS,  PUMPOUTS, DISTRIBUTION BOXES, WATER  TANKS. New lightweight  Polyethylene. Outlasts con-  crelel Lowest prices. Warranty. PraWslerPlaslk-e.Derta,  B.C. Call tor local dealer 1-  800-661-4473.   Well Known GARDEN AND  FARM TRACTOR/EQUIPMENT DEALERSHIP, Fraser  Valley. A thriving business  with huge potential $495,000.  Owner retiring. Chris Brittaln,  Wolstencroft Realty  (604)530-0231.   ATLASTI COVERALLS FOR  CHILDREN, ladles. Save on  workwear for the whole family. Special Sizes. Free catalogue. WorkWear Plus,  R.RJ2, Mount Forest, Ont.  NOG2LO. 1(519)323-1341.  BIG PROFITS! Attention job-  bers, retailers, venders,  fundrniaen: Quality muge.i  notepads, greeting cards, T-  shirts, wrapping paper, ala-  tlsxiery,bustonsavalaable25%  off wholesale value. Mrs. Lee  (416)977-8424.  BEAT INCREASING lumber  prices. Custom bullimpdular  ��a*d rn>le*ae l*abmes.*Vfrade��  -wel*��*We. Buy factory Hired  ,NobleHome's(403)447!3414.  GARDENING  ONE STOP GREENHOUSE  SHOP, B.C. Greenhouse  Builders Ltd., 7425 Hedley  Ave., Burnaby, B.C. V5E2R1.  FREE BROCHURE.  Aluminum/Glass or  Aluminum/Polycarbonate  SDP, Double-walled Greenhouses, Solariums and complete line of Greenhouse accessories. Telephone  (604)433-4220, Fax: 433-  1285.  HEALTH  BIG SAVINGS on Vitamins  and Health Products. Outstanding Selection. Forcatalogue call 1-800-663-0747. In  Vancouver 321-7000, ask for  Dept. 23.   RENTAL  MANAGEMENT  REALTY LTD  Don Sutherland  Waterfront  Grantham's, 2 bdrm,  lease pref. refs.  $650 incl. utilities.  886-8107  MOBILE & MODULAR  HOMES. Factory direct pric-  Ingl Save 1000'a $$. 'Lowest  prices In B.C. are In Alberta"-  We guarantee you substantial savlnga. Call collect  (403)640-1625. International  Homes, Calgary.  PERSONAL  Exotic Dancers, Georgia and  Tammy have sensational personal photos lor sale! For  more Info, please write: Geor-  gla, Box 112, Campbell River,  .C.   V9W 4Z9.   ADULTS  ONLYI  REALESTATE  BIG SAVINGS on Natural  Products tor Fast and Efficient Weight Loss. For catalogue call 1-800-663-0747. In  Vancouver 321-7000, ask for  Dept 15.        BIG SAVINGS on Vitamins  and Bodycare Products tor  Hair, Skin and Nails. For  catalogue call 1-800-663-  0747. In Vancouver 321-  7000, ask for Dept. 10.  HELPWANTEO  Parlaperson required for  Farm Industrial Equipment  Dealer. Must have Case I.H.  or Ford computer ordering  experience plus several years  on Agri Parts Counter. Call:  Brian 392-4022, Williams  Lake.   OVERSEAS POSITIONS.  Hundreds of top paying jobs,  all occupations. FREE Details. Overseas Employment  Services, Dept. CA, 1255  Laird Blvd. Suite 208-Mount  Royal, Quebec. H3P2T1.  PARTYLITE GIFTS ��� Can-  dies and Accessories. Manage your own business. No  Investment, No Deliveries.  Excellent Commission and  Opportunity, Bonuses, Incentive Plans. Flexible Hours.  Phone Candy 1(204)886-  3457.  Journeyman Steel Fabricator. Work independently on  own Irom drawings. Experience fabrications machinery.  $20.24/hr. Resume to: Box  880, 120 Old Vernon Road,  Enderby, B.C. VOE IVO.  Kamloops Automobile Dealership requires a Qualified  Person tor the combined Position of Business and Sales  Manager. Applicant must  have experience In both positions, and work well In a Team  Atmosphere. Pleaae call  Derek Johnston at 374-4477.  PROPERTIES TO BE SOLD  for unpaid taxes. Crown Land  availability. For information  on both, write: Properties,  Dept CN, Box 5380, Stn. F,  Ottawa K2C 3J1.  QUESNEL, B.C. THE RETIREMENT COMMUNITY of  the Sunny Cariboo. 5 Beautifully treed 2 acre lots at  $10,000. each. Also 12 acres  $25,000. Phone (604)747-  3483 or (604)752-1621  On North Shore (the Sunnyside) of SHUSWAP LAKE,  $55,000. 2 bedroom condo,  sliding patio-door on to water.  Can be an owner with no  downpayment. I'll carry 2nd  mortgage of $30,000. amortized 25 years, S year term,  10% $268.35/mo. Phone  (604)837-2348,6-8 p.m., Fax:  (604)637-4499.   FOR SALE. 32-Room Hotel,  Pub, Lounge, Cabaret, Cold  Beer - Wine Store, Colfee  Shop, Dining Room. Northwestern B.C. Call (604)765-  2662 Fax: (604)765-0321 tor  package. Serious Inquiries  only.       SERVICES  Major ICBC motor vehicle Injury claims Joel A. Wener,  trial lawyer lor 24 years. Call  free: 1-800-666-1138. Contingency feea available.  Simon, Wener 8 Adier.  TRAVEL  DOWNUNDERSEATSALE.  Australia R.T. 3/Mnth, 3/Stope  $1345. Australia O.W. $849.  New Zealand R.T. $1146,  New Zealand O.W. $799.  Cook Island 2/week package  $1517. ANZA TRAVEL 734-  7725, 1-800-667-4329.  TIME SHARE RESALES and  rentals. Your Canadian connection! Want to sell or buy  pre-enjoyed resort time share  or campground membership?  Worldwide Networkl 1-600-  565-3915 or Calgary  (403)255-5650.  .WaWUattaBlaMaUaaai   1 bdtm suite Granthams. Fridge,  stove, washer/dryer. Includes utilities S heat. $525/mo. 886-7249  #18*  2 bdrm house, Roberts Creek,  quiet area, view of ocean, private  yard. $800. Call 431-9916. ��18w  Bachelor suite Sechelt Village.  S350 Refs. reqd. B85-2544.#1Bw  Room on Reed Road, Gibsons.  Shared kitchen, bathroom, w/d.  N/S, no pets. $325 incl. util. 886-  0363. *18cn  Fum. new bach, suite, upper Gibsons, $425 incl. cable & utils. Priv.  entr. 886-9804. ��18cn  2 bdrm mobile. Sechelt. $550.  685-0604. ��18cn  Bachelor suite lor rent, $350/mo.  incl heat 1 cable, veiy central,  walking distance to Sunnycrest  Malt. Slits older tenant, vety new,  very dean, call to view 8860004.  Avail immediately. #17w  3 bdrm. rancher, 4 appl., fenced  yard, carport, 1 blk. to Sunnycrest  Mall, avail, immed. 755-1639 collect. #21w  2 bdim cottage suit single person.  Between Gibsons and Langdale.  $550 plus. 886-9025.       I17cn  Robeits Creek, spacious 3 bdrm  upper duplex, 4 appl., avail. May 1,  $750/mo plus util. 668-7975.11701  One bdrm view suite across Irom  Gibsons Marina. $475 886-9737.  11701  Granthams, older home with character, 3 bdrm plus den, 1 1/2  baths, 5 appl., oil lurnace plus  woodslove. wall to wall carpet,  good yard, view, suit family. Rels  nee. Long lease prel. $650/mo.  Avail. June 1.886-4996.   #17cn  One year old, 1 level, 3 bdrm, lamily room, f/p. garage, close to  Cedar Grove School. No smoking,  no pets. $650. Avail. June 1. 865-  7441. ��17cn  1 bdrm. suite Gibsons, avail,  immed. 886-2202 or 686-0054.  I19w  Charming waterfront heritage  home 4 bdrm., 5 appis., 2 1/2  baths. Wood, elect, heat.  $t050/mo. Avail. May 1.885-4499.   __m__  CONTEMPORARY, QUALITY .  COMFORT. Less than a year old  home, 3 bdrm, 21/2 baths, 5 appliances, l/p, 2-car garage, dose to  school and walking distance to  lerry. No pets. Refs. $875. Avail.  May 1.986-7552,686-��567.#17cn  One bdrm suite, main floor,  Sechett, view. N/S, no pets. Avail.  May 1. SSOO/mo. BB5-0B14.#17cn  Lower Gibsons. Bright, 1 bdrm,  view apt., quiet, new, secure, carpets, blinds, laundiy, mce clientele,  $590,886-3420. 11701  Gibsons, f bdrm, $395 or $450  fum. Avail. Aptil 15.255-2044.  #17cn  Storage space for RV, trailer or  boat, lumber or what have you.  863-9961. ��17cn  Robens Ck., 1 bdrm. basement  suite, suit single, beach access.  $375/mo. 886-9656. ��17w  Snared accom. in Sechell village.  Pnvate entrance, incls. ulils. cable,  laundry, avail, immed., $35u7mo.  665-0196. ��� 17*  32   Commeiciatl  for Rent  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek Hall available. Wheelchair facilities. 885-  2752 or 865-9963. TFN  Industrial workshop avail, immed.,  Gibsons, 750 sq. It. unit, $475/mo.  921-6751. TFN  Roberts Creek Hall, avail, dances.  pariies, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7815. TFN  34. Help Wanled  TRAIL BAY  PROPERTIES LTD  Office or  Retail Space  2,861 square feet of  ground floor, level access  office or retail space in  downtown Secholt. Good  exposure with ample  parking. Air conditioned.  Available May 1,1993  wilh long or short term  leasing options. Space  can be divided if smaller  premises required.  Contact Bruce Morris  885-5614  Trail Bay Properties Ltd.  Box 400, Sechelt, B.C.  V0N3A0  2 barm, waterfront house, balcony,  garden. $500/mo. 883-9177.*17w  Gibsons at 753 Hwy. 101, bachelor suite, $440; 1 bdrm. suile,  $500,885-6009. #17w  Top lloor of house. 3 bdrm., FP,  carport, off Chaster Rd., Gibsons.  Avail, now or May 1. No pets,  $700/mo. Ask tor Rozann. 886-  8070. #17w  Waterfront cabin Redrooffs, suit  handy jyjM person. Benl flejo-,  tilble. 686,7618,        ?, #17w I  Avail, immed.S May 1,2 duplexes,  lower Gibsons, 3 bdrm. F/P, and  appl..$B0O/mo. l-94M384.lt7w  OCEANVIEW  Boothlll Ranch R.V.PARK  Opening Ihis spring. Call now to  reserve your space! Long term and  shod term rates available. Phone  886-9764 lor more information or  cell* 1-220-1526. TFNs  2 bdrm. apartment in lower Gibsons, close to shopping 6 marina,  avail, immediately, $500/mo.  Apartment in lower Gibsons. 3  bdrm, plus den, close to Post  Office and shopping. Available  immediately, $750/mo.  2 beoroom house in Sechell, dose  to downtown, $750/mo.  CENTURY WEST REALTY  PROPERTY MANAGEMENT  695-2235  TFN  2 bedroom, large sundeck, carport,  beach, Pender Harbour,  $550/monlh plus utilities. (604)  327-7725. 11801  Waiertront 1 bdrm apt. in Secret  Cove. NS, no pets, $450. Lv.  mess. 865-9369. TFN  3 bdrm. newer home in Langdale,  4 appl., dbl. garage, $625/mo.  686-8787. I19w  1 bdrm. clean basement suite.  $450 incl. all utils t laundry facil.  Gerri 886-6107. #19*  1 bdrm. suite with gourmel kilchen,  walkm closet, private yard, very  dean, beautiful view, W/D, storage  room, $525. Jasmine 936-5568,  avail. May 1 or 15. #19w  HOUSE SEAMSTRESS/KNITTERS wanted!! Full part-time work!  Up to $400 weekly! Send self-  addressed stamped envelope:  HMO Enterprises, Box 2011,  Square One, Mississauga, ON,  L5B3C6. I17oi  Responsible parson with auto  body experience in preparation  and  painting.   Some  travel  required. Apply al 1945 Field Rd.  #17w  P/T summer lawn and garden  maintenance at Chaster House  Park (Bonniebrook). Suitable lor  person on lixed income. Call Steve  Alexander. SCRD Parks Super tor  more Info. 665-2261.       #1701  Photo Works requires a full time  employee. Experience in photo finishing or photographic retail preferred. Apply with resume - Trail  Bay Mall 885-4447. ��17w  Front counter person. Job indudes  answering phone, waiting on customers, helping with paperwork.  Half Sal. will be required Send  resume to S-48, C-6, RR��2, Gibsons. #19w  Receptionist, strong communication and interpersonal skills. Word  Pertect 5.1 d/base, Bedford, general office, willing to learn.  Resumes to Box 2429 Sechelt,  B.C. #19oi  Management position. Sunshine  Coast Salmon Enhancement Society is hiring a full-time manager.  Must have minimum 5 years management experience. Substantial  fish culture expertise. Field lectin  idan and public relations skills.  Mandatory on-site living In caretaker apartment. Resumes to SCSES,  Box 1096, Gibsons, B.C. VON  1VO. Closing date May 7,1993.  '���^���""Vrffl1  1,000 to 5,000 sq ft ht comer ol  Whart and Hwy. 101.732-9746  new  Sechelt, Inlet Ave 250 sq ft olfice  w/10,000 sq It compound. Will provide chain link fencing and security  lighting to suit. 685-1939    #18w  Office or light-duty work space.  600 plus sq ft. $450/month. 886-  861501886-2231 #l8w  Close to Gibsons, 30x50 It. workshop, 2 bays, 9 1/4' ceiling, mezzanine for storage. Great lor small  business or hobby shop. $700/mo.  6654490 or 451-1855.     ei7cn  LOWER GIBSONS  Office, $175, light, heat, GST  included. 1-7364804.886-2588.  ���16cn  Small upstairs ollice, 160 sq. It.,  lax machine and photocopier avail.  Phone line in, $100/mo. 685-3971.  Carets- mkidad Individual  with strong people aknia,  credibility a Intaga-Ny  Senat raaumae In conllrleoca to  Bo. T. do Box 68. Sediell. B.C.  VON SAO All applicant, will  racelvo raaponaa. Selector!  Interview* held locally mid May.  1"  Experienced bookkeeper lull time  Girl Friday position with books to  TB, A/R, A/P. payroll. Good typing  skills. Applications may be  obtained at Pebbles Realty Ltd.  287 Gower Point Rd, Gibsons.  I18w  DRIVERS  CL\SS 1 W/air  We need a driver for  city trips a couple days  a week. 25' flat deck &  25' pup trailer carrying  building materials. Must  have clean driving  record.  Apply in writing  AC Building Supplies  Box 59, Madeira Pant  B.C. VON 1H0  New China Kitchen now hiring  waiter or waitress. Apply in person  with resume, Gibsons Park Plaza.  TFN  MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST  Gibsons, pan time. Experience  required. Send resume and rels to  Box I c/o Coast News. Box 68,  Sechelt. #17oi  VOLUNTEERS NEEDED  A special thanks to all the volunteers who have answered these  ads and have helped the many  agencies on Ihe Sunshine Coasl.  You are Ihe heart ol your community. For these and more opportunities, conlacl the Volunteer and  Information Centre at 865-5861. A  service lunded by the Ministry of  Social Services. TFN  Assemble products at home. Variety of work. Excellent pay. Call  amazing 24 hr. RECORDED message for free details (604) 623-  2380 Ext. A74. TFN  Now hiring friendly people lor the  posilion of servers. P/T, F/T, days  or nights. Apply in person between '  11-11:30 am or 2-2:30 pm Tues.- '  Fri., Omega Restaurant     TFN  Assemble light products trom  home. Excellent Income. Call  amazing 24-hour RECORDED  message for free details. (604)  623-2380 Ext. IA74 (not a direct  hirer! TFN  EASY ASSEMBLY any hours,  $339.84 week, lamily ol 3 earns  $4417.92 monthly. 24 hour hotline. 801-379-2965. Copyright  180010452. |28cn  a.  *   - " ���*-*��� ���  amiimm^lt^4te_-_ Coast News, April 26, 1993  19  Take Advantage of our Nexv Classified Ad Special  Run your classified ad 6 times  and pay for only 2 times!   Coast News (Monday)  Classified Deadline:  NOON FRIDAY  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  THEATRE MANAGER  Proposal sought tor management  of a 274 seat 'state of the art' theatre. Working under Ihe diredion  of a community board, the responsibilities will include:  Maximum tacility utilization; balanced programming: community  relations; linandal administration;  lundraising; personnel management; house mainlenance.  A person with strong theatre management backgrouno is invited to  send their resume and management proposal to: The Selection  Committee. RR#1, Sandy Hook  C68, Sechelt, BC VON 3A0.#17w  Become pari of the latest business  Irend in home marketing. L.A.  Cod, West Coast Clothing ��� one ot  Canada's hottest selling clothing  lines needs home party sales  reps., P/T, F/T, earn greal commissions, small investment req.  Call Sybil t-800-665-1176, Mon.-  Fri., 8-5. Join our nationwide sales  leam now. 117*  35.Business &  Home Service:  SatS CONSTRUCTION  Renovations. Decks, garages.  Quality workmanship. Free eslimales. 886-0407 Shane.   #19cn  Will's window washing. Reasonable rates. 885-7733       ��19cn  Will's window and yard care. Langdale to Egmonl. Reasonable rales.  885-7733 ��19cn  HAVE MOWERS WILL TRAVEL  Too busy to keep Ihe grass cul?  Reasonable - reliable - quality  work. Yes, I do windows, loo! Call  Gail8BM737 #18cn  Licensed plumber and carpenter  will do maintenance, renovations,  new work, decks, fences Contact  Pete 886-2801. #17cn  E&Edi  PHOTOGRAPHY LAB  CUSTOM  Colour &B/W  . TUES-SAT 10-5  BETTY DEMARCE  287 Gower PI. Rd,  Gibsons Landing  House cleaning, honest, dependable and hard working. 885-0198.  ��20cn  PRESSURE WASHING  Spring clean-up: mobiles. RV's.  houses, concrete, awnings, boats,  etc. Suncoast Property Mainlenance. 885-0737. ��18w  PorMjirc  aftorbrnrr  sCdnirnercid' at Kesitknlial  Fully Insured  Friendly, Reliable Service  Fred Horlh 886-3526  Carpet and lino installations and  repairs. 885-0191. ��18*  AC DC CARPENTRY  Specializing in renovations. Quality, fair prices. Al 885-3411. ��21W  OEROOS TREE SERVICE  Mobile commercial chipper. 885-  3918. ��18w  FOUNDATIONS  & FRAMING  Free Estimates  Firm Prices  Brace Fraser  885-9576  Serving Ihe Coasl  for 14 years.  35. Business &  Home Services  WORD  PROCESSING  ���Laser Printer*  Coast Office Services  Phone/Fax  885-6390  FOWLIR  GENERAL  CONTRACTING  SITE MANAGEMENT  FORMING: FRAMING  RENOVATIONS: SUNDECKS  PIUMBING  EVES. 886*7309  LAWN AND GARDEN  Specializing in gardening and  lawn maintenance  ��� Pruning ��� Trimming - Fertilizing ���  Garden Clean-up  Commercial t Residential  886-0180 lv. mess.  1-891-6936 toll-free pager  TFN  CONSTRUCTION  Custom Framing  i  Wood Siding  883-9775  For oppointrrmt  pkomoaHtU-lV-  PATERSON & CO.  ACCOUNTANTS  Income Tax  Preparation  977 Hwy. lOt  Cibsons, B.C.  886-4843  Concrete - Specializing in driveways, patios, stairs, sidewalks,  floors, foundations, exposed  aggregate. 886-8095.       TFNs  KAYNOR ~  Interior cleaning big or small,  bonded and reliable. 884-5324 or  886-0436. TFN  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  RENOVATIONS  Wallpaper, painl, carpentry, drafting, free estimates. References  available. 886-3463.        TFNs  Custom Sewing &  Alteration*  bv qualified tailor  Fobrie, fur & leather  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping - Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaranteed  Work. Free estimates. 685-2109.  TFN  IN-HOME PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  Carpets  t-CrVsffmiTOCK-  MOUNTED EQUIPMENT  BESIPOSSBIE RESULTS  JUST AS* WOW  886-3823  DIVERSIFIED CONCRETE  Driveways, Sidewalks, Basement  Slabs and Exposed Aggregate.  Free estimates. Mark 6654619.  now  SUNCOAST CONCRETE - a new  service on the Sunshine Coast.  New age attitude, old style seivice  parging, sacking, grouting, dry  packing. We do what other one's  donl. 8854704. #19*  PAINTING  Interior. Exterior, Residential 8  Commercial. Small k-abs a specialty, quality workmanship and materials - eslimates free. Nick 865-  6340. TFN  Millwood services ��� portable band-  saw mill, accurate clean cut lumber on your land. 685-0270 Bnan.  H7cn  OdNy Woodwork  Home Remodelling, Finishing  We look at all jobs big or small.  For prompt, quality work al an  affordable price, call Art 885-3372.  117*  RENOVATIONS!  AU CARPENTRY NEEDS  ��--*3) Call Bob  '^or your FREE ESTIMATE  686-2215 (aft 6pm)  TFNs  "I'M YOUR HANDIMAN  Porches, Additions, Remodelling,  Soiariums, No job too small. Bill at  886-0380 or 24 hr. pager 1-977-  6502.  TFN  CULTURED MARBLE  Jetted bathtubs, sinks, baths and  shower panels, CSA approved.  Free estimates. Tom Sealy 883-  2978. TFN  *%  A MDAOItH Ml* XMIMNTMl I MARINA UMITVlltl  TIMBER SALE  Lump sum offers for decked timber of  various species will be received by  sealed bid until 2:00 p.m., May 3, 1993  at the Sechelt Indian Band Office, 2nd  Floor, 5555 Highway 101, Sechelt, B.C.  Timber is located at Port Stalashen  jobsite, Wilson Creek.  Bid documents may be obtained from  the Sechelt Indian Band office or from  the jobsite superintendent. Direct  inquiries to Ken Fiedler, phone  886-2663.  Semi-retired carpentry craftsman  available lor design, consulting,  advice, leaching. 883-2882. TFN  Window washing, satislaction  guaranteed. Have rels. Ron. 685-  5056 ��19cn  Able man with pick-up available lor  lubbish removal and light hauling.  Ron 885-5056 ��19cn  Will work lor reduced rent or tree  rent as caretaker lor private estate  oi home. John 885-4098.   It8w  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available for hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototilling, odd jobs.  885-3917. TFNs  Compiele Bobcat Seivices  Excavating - Backfilling  Retaining Walls ��� Trenching  Landscape Construction  Drainage  886-3538  TFNs  Conliacl / hourly paid. All work  guaranteed. Backed up by 20  years of experience. Call lor dry-  wall, Iraming or finish carpentry.  John 6650144. #18*  Available for yard work, house  cleaning, pet care, etc. 885-4849.   iiecn  Light hauling. Yard and basement  dean ups. Senior-, discount. Norm  886-9503. #1701  S.M.S.  NET MENDING  All nets laige or small.  Call 685-7788. #17*  EXPERIENCED CARPENTER  15 years experience, lirm rates,  Iree estimates, no job too small or  too large. Bruce 885-8576. TFN  LAWWBRUSHCUTTING  Lawn maintenance, power raking,  brushcuttlng, pressure washing,  turf laying, asphalt/concrete sealing, rototilling, hedge trimming,  rubbish removal, bucking wood,  window/gutter cleaning, carpet/  upholstery cleaning. 8850737.  j #18*  "ICWATAMUS TRUCKING  L9000"  Reasonabte rates. CaH Lod Dixon  685-7391, evenings 685-2726. Driver Geofl Durose 885-5528 Available 6 days per week.      #19cn  Rimovations ��� Additions - Repairs.  Ticketed journeyman carpenter.  Brad 886-3652. #19*  Baby sitter / nanny needed lor 2  children, 2 1/2 years and 4  months, our home, 3 days per  week. Rets req. 888-1821. (18cn  Child care spaces available next to  Gibsons Elementary, flexible  hours. 886-7375. #17cn  Child care for my children, ages 6  and 3. Approx. 1-3 days/week.  Cedar Grove area. 666-7876.  Now open Kiddie Cat Daycare  Centre. New to Wast Sechelt area.  ECE trained and certilied stall will  care for your 29 mo. to 6 yr child.  Bright, cheery, tun learning environment. 885-7759.       ��1Bcn  37. Child Caire  Baby sitter lor my 3 month old,  Hallmoon Bay area, N/S, occasional p/Bme, daytime only. Rels.  B85-7838. #iBcn  38. Business  Opportunities  MINI  STORAGE  885-0333  HONDA POWER PRODUCTS  & HUSQVARNA  FORESTS GARDEN  PRODUCTS  Forest & Garden  Dealerships  available lor Sechelt  ,    Call Dorhn at  Tideline Marine  885-4141  SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY  LOCKERS  SECHELT GIBSONS  UUCKMC.  Gibsons: 886-8460  Sechelt: 885-6422  *7aw <teata-a* aa/ aa��aa*,  tm Site IXeuutfcmeeU  CHILD CARE (my Ixxne) Veterans  Rd, Gibsons. Flexible hours, TLC,  first aid, references, infants to toddlers (pref.). 886-4527.     #1901  ChTdcare lor P/T, FIT and drop*  avail. (Cedar Grove area). Please  call Shelley 666-3555.       #19w  Atterscnooi Cate Program. Opening April 19. Children ages 5-10 at  St. Bart's Church Hall, on comer of  North Rd.i Hwy. 101. Open 2:30-  6:30. Limited spaces. For registration 866-8412. #18*  LAND DISPOSITION  In Land Recording District ol Sunshine Coast and  Situeled at North Lake.  File No.: 2405842  Take notice that Robert A. Ball, Vancouver, B.C. has  applied lor a license of occupation over Crown land  under the Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks for  foreshore rights on District Lot 3023 and 7700, Qroup  1, N. W.D. Block K.  The purpose for which the disposition Is required Is lor  legalization of a floating wood dock and walkway.  Comments concerning this application may be made to  Richard Webber at Suite 401, 4603 Kingsway,  Burnaby, B.C. V5H4M4.  . R>��mri*ii  CJ.  ��  R.R.A.P FUNDS  AVAILABLE  R.R.A.P. monies ore available for home repairs for low  income residents in the Town of Gibsons.  Residents who have received R.R.A.P. grants within lhe past  15 years are not eligible.  Applications are now being accepted.  Please conlacl the undersigned for more information.  Valdine Michoud  Town of Gibsons  P.O. Box 340  Gibsons, BC  VON IVO  Tel: 886-2274  ��  NOTICE OF ZONE 1  WATER INTERRUPTION  Please be advised that the water supply in lower  Gibsons - Zone I will be interrupted on April 27 and  April 28,1993 from 8:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. - both days.  Further to the above, on July 27, Sargent Road will  have additional water outage extending from 8:00 a.m.  to approximately 2:00 p.m.* due to necessary water  main upgrading prior to School Road reconstruction.  Some extra containers with water could be set aside by  the individuals.  Sorry for the inconvenience,  Wilbert Fair  SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC WORKS  Notice Board  Ongoing events mint be updated monthly  We reserve the light lo edit submissions for brevity  All submissions should refer in non-profit events of genuine community interest  Ilems will tie listed three weeks prior to the event.  MONOAY, APRIL 26  Prenatal Claaa: Early Class, 7-9 pm, Gibaona  Health Centre. Info: 886-8131.  Canadian Federation of University Women  meet, 11:30 am, St. John's, Davis Bay. U.W.C.  resolutions will ba discussed. Inio: 885-3315.  TUESDAY, APRIL 27  Trail Bay Project Committee meeting, 7 pm,  Seniors Cenlre (next to Arts Centre), Trail Ave.,  Sechell. Info: 885-2339.  Arts Council Board of Directors Invite friends of  Donna Shugar to join them at a reception In her  honour, 4-7 pm at the Arts Cenlre.  WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28  Friends of Sechelt Public Library meet at the  library, 7:30 pm. All welcome. Info: 885-5078.  81. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary, Roberls Creek &  Sechelt Branches Merry Go Round Wind Up  bridge luncheon, noon sharp, St. Hilda'a Hall. $5,  everyone welcome.  Roberts Creek Community Association annual  general meeting, 7:30 pm, R.C. Hall. Please plan  to attend.  Sechelt Village Residents Meeting, Senlora  Centre, Treil Ave., 7 pm. Into: 885-2339.  THURSDAY, APRIL 29  Sechelt 8 District Chamber ol Commerce  Chamber Alter Hours. Pebbles Restaurant, 5 pm.  Speaker Counc. Calvin Craigan on Wilson Creek  Marina complex. Sponsor: Custom Carpets. All  business people welcome.  FRIDAY, APRIL 30  Multiple Sclerosis Support Qroup meet, to am,  Coast-Garibaldi Health Unit, Sechelt, opposite  post office.  Inner Ear Coffee House, 8:30 pm, 949 Leek Rd.,  Roberls Creek. Everyone welcome. Inio: 886-  9747.  SAT., SUN. 8 MON., MAY 1.2 8 3  Elphinslone Grad '93 Studente are ralaing  funds for their Dry Grad. They are raffling a Chev  S-10 pickup donated by Sunshine GM, value  $11,400. Only 1,000 tickets to be sold al $20  each. Truck on display and llcketa on aale at  Sunnycreal Mall or from any Elphi grad. Draw  May 3 al Elphinslone Secondary. Info: Carol,  885-6297.  SATURDAY, MAY 1  Spring Ball featuring the big band aounda of  'Harbour Lights," 9 pm-1 am. Native Band Hall.  Sponsored by Sea Cavalcade I Pender Harbour  School ol Music. Tickets $8 al Miss Sunny's Hair  Boutique in Pender; Talewind Books and Magic  Sound Electronics In Sechelt; Pebbles Realty.  Gibaona.  Reform Party ol Canada, North Island/Powell  River Constituency Association annual general  meeting, 1:30 pm, Beach Gardens Resort, Powell  Rlvsr.  S.C. Maritime History Society Garage Sale. 10  am, Molly's Lane, Gibsons. To support or donate,  call 886-9058.  Langdale Elementary School Silent Auction,  10 am-4 pm, SI. Mary's Hall, Hwy 101, across  Irom curling rink. Pre-blddlng 8, Info: 886-9971.  United Church Women Plant A Book Sale, 10  am, United Church Hall, Glasslord Rd., Gibsons.  SUNDAY, MAY 2  Sunshine Coaet Muelc Society presenta  Springiest, music direction by Lyn Vernon.  Including Soundwaves Choir & Orchestra, guest  soloists and the Chatelech choir 4 bands directed  by Layle Kenyon - over 100 performers. 2 pm,  Chatelech Secondary School. Tickets: adults $7,  children $5. Available et Sayward Booka and  Talewind Books.  Roberts Creek Community Photo, 12:45 pm at  R.C. Hall. $12 for 8x10 copy - car pool Please.  3rd annual Maypole Dancing 8 Gumboot Games,  R.C. picnic site, end ot Flume Rd., 2 pm.  TUESDAY, MAY 4  Single Parents Dessert Night - bring dessert,  your children and Ideas lor future group activities.  Kids' room, with activities 8 child care In the  same building. Info: Nsncy 885-5881 or Laurie,  885-7881.  WEDNESDAY, MAY 8  Canada Day Celebration Planning Meeting,  7:30 pm, Kinsmen Hall, Qlbsons. All help  welcome.  FRI., SAT. �� SUN., MAY 7,8 8.9  Songwrltlng Workshop with Valdy 6 Kathleen  Horsdal, Rockwood Centre. Info: 885-9631.  SATURDAY, MAY 6  Valdy In concert, 7 pm Festival Pavilion  Rockwood Centre. Into: 885-9631.  Sunahlne Coaal Arts Council 'Classic Junque  Sale,' 10 am-3 pm, Arts Centre, corner Trail 8  Medusa, Sechell.  Davie Bay/Wilson Creek Community  Association plant sale and Ilea market, 9 am-  noon, Wilson Creek Hall, Davis Bay Rd. Table  rent: $6. Reservations or Info: Bill, 885-7490.  Spring Baiaar 8 Rummage Sale, 10 am, St.  Bartholomew's Church, North Rd. & Hwy. 101,  Gibsons. Mother's Day gilts, crafts, planls and  books.  SUNDAY, MAY 9  Mother's Day Pancake Breakfast sponsored by  Gibsons Lions Club, Kinsmen Hall, 9 am.  Proceeds to Make A Wlah Foundalion.  MONDAY, MAY 10  St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary, Hallmoon Bay  Chapter, Welcome Tea, 2 pm, Welcome Beach  Community Hall. Bake table, raffle 6 door prizes,  lots of fun. Everyone welcome.  Sunshine Coaat Peace Qroup presents Jason  Miller. ex-Canadian naval oflicar and  conscientious ob|ector with video presentation,  Your Money or Your Lite. Roberls Creek Library,  7:30 pm. Inio: 666-6220.  FRIDAY, MAY 14  Qlbsons A Dislricl Public Library Association  Book Sale, 6-9 pm. Marine Room. Admlaa-  I6n/relreshments: $2.  SATURDAY, MAY 18  Sunshine Coasl Salmonld Enhancement  Society Garage Sale, 10 am, Chapman Creek  Hatchery oil Field Road. Any donated Items will  be picked up. Call Bill, 866-2981 or the hatchery.  685-4136.  MISCELLANEOUS  Elphinslone Pioneer Museum, 716 Winn Rd.,  across from Post Office, Gibsons. Displays are  constantly changing. Wheelchair accessible.For  hours ot opening or lo book a tour: 686-6232.  Pender Harbour Aquatic 8 Fltneaa Centre:  Fitness classes, Monday-Friday: Step, Aquaflt,  Hi/Lo Aerobics, Stretch 8 Strength A Fat Burner.  Daytime and evening classes available. Phone  883-2612 for schedules. 17  Sexually Tranamlttad Disease Clinic: Phone for  appoinlment In Gibsons 688-8131, Sechelt 885-  5164. 17  Single 8 Pregnant? Phone the Health Unil -  886-8131. 17  Hospital Tour: Phone St. Mary's Hospital  switchboard to arrange, 665-2224. 17  School Entry Booster CHnlce: A booster dose  of diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis Is important  for children entering school. Gibsons 886-8131;  Sechelt 885-5164. 17  SI, Mary's Hospital Auxiliary Sechelt Branch  Crafts Group handicrafts sale, April 26-May 5,  Maries Fashions, Cowrie St. Also at Trail Bay  Mall May 6.  MONDAYS  Tuberculin Skin Tttllng A Travellers Clinic will  ba held in Gibsons April 26 al the Gibsons Health  Unit. No charge. Inio: 866-8131.  Tuberculin Clinic will be held In Sechelt April 28  at the Sechelt Health Unit. No charge. Inio: 885-  5184.  Tel CM with Marilyn Corder, Rockwood Centre,  noon-1 pm. Drop-Ins welcome. 685-2822.       17  TUESDAYS  Child Health Clinic will be held In Gibsons April  27. No charge. Into: 888-8131.  Parent 8 Baby Drop-In, 1:15-3:30 pm, 494 S.  Fletcher, Qlbsons. 17  Yoga with Carol Brophy, Rockwood Centre,  beginners 8-7:30 pm, advanced 7:30-9:30 pm.  865-2522. 17  Prenatal Claeaes: next Late Class Series May 4,  11616, Gibsons Health Centre. To register: 886-  8131. Register early - classes fill quickly.  WEDNESDAYS  Child Health Clinic will be held In Sechelt April  28. No charge. Info: 865-5164.  Parent 8 Baby Drop-In, 1:00-3:30 pm, 5571  Inlet, Sechell. 17  Yoga with Sera Qerrlng, Rockwood Centre,  beginners 6-7:30 pm, advanced 7:30-9:30 pm.  885-2622. 17  Til Chi wilh Merrily Corder, Rockwood Centre,  noon-1 pm. Drop-Ins welcome. 685-2522.       17  Navy League Cadets for boys and girls 10-13  years ok). Develops sell-respect snd discipline  while having lun learning new skills. Meeta at  6:30 pm, Gibaona Legion Hall, Sept.-May.  Continuous registration, uniforms provided. Call  Mike at 886-6236. 17  Sunahlne Toastmsstera meetings at 7:30 pm at  Chatelech Secondary, Room 115. Learn leadership, communication and public apeaklng skills.  Everyone welcome.  Traveller's Clinic, Sechelt Health Centre, April  28. Into: 885-5164.  Sunshine Cosst Aquachtcka Dive Club meeta  2nd Wednesday ol every month, Seasport Scuba.  Info: 885-9830. 18  THURSDAYS  3C's Weight Loss Support Qroup meets altar-  noons !2:30-2:30pm, call 886-2692, end  evenings 6:30-8:00pm, call 886-7159, al the  United Church, Glasslord Rd., Gibsons.  Roberts Creek Singers meet at 7:30 pm,  Community Use Room, R.C. School. Into: 886-  2505. 17  Traveller's Clinic, Gibsons Health Unit, April 29.  Into: 886-8131.  FRIDAYS  Over Eaters Anonymous meet, 6:30-6:30 pm,  Wilson Creek Communily Centre. Info: 685-1928  or 665-4025 (eves). 17  Stroke Recovery - physlo-lun-food-fellowshlp,  10 am-noon, Greenecourt Hall, Meduaa Ave.,  Sechelt. Volunteers to assist sre welcome.     22  SATURDAYS  12 Step Open Meeting for Self Abuse  Addictions, 7:30-9:30 pin, Sechelt Action Centre.  Info: 885-2893. 22 20  Coast News, April 26, 1993  @Um4iiied,4��U  <* PtNDF.il HAMOUR m  FRANCIS PENINSULA PUCE  news  Sid Quinn feeds chinook  sinults at (he Sechelt Indian  band hatchery, preparing  them fur release  in May. The hatchery  Is ttpen for  public tours.  Joel Johnstone photo  We're more than just tires!  Automotive & Truck Tires  Sales & Service  Automotive Mechanical  Exhaust Replacement  Alignments ��� Brakes  Shocks ��� Tune ups  General Mechanical  TO MAKE MEMORIES.  1/2 off Our Qmlily Portrait Package  Indudes: 2 ��� 8%\0,2 ��� 5\7and 16-Friendship Watkts  OurReg.H9.9S  IflfctaK&rtrijpJsc  Pius $2.00 Sitting Fue  ���ttro-Mngleeloreach-ubiedinlhep^  ���Si*ai#>**tli*icls**r-*jrt  ��� PsncnaliaV portraH, props, aerie am ivhite and Hack  Isfttyounds are not itvsjlt-l* in the specii oiler.  ��� Adulls and tamily groups va��*teorrie.  ��� One special oiler per (arnHy-  By appointment only  SEARS  CIBSONS PARK PLATA  Ihurs., Fri., Sat.  May 6, 7, 8  886-2237  Enhancing hatchery fish survival rates  by Jane Seytl  The dark green shapes of liny chum  salmon fry dart against the colour of llie  waler in their pen al lite Maclean Bay fish  liulchcry, run by the Sechelt Indian Rand.  In another sea pen nearby, silver flashes  of chinook about a hand's length in size  flash over Ihe surface in a series of arcs as  hatchery manager Sid Quinn losses some  food inio Ihe waler.  Right now, there are more than 500,000  salmon wailing to be released at the hatchery  in mid May, as well as others in incubation  and various slages of growth.  The soon-lo-be-relcased salmon include  18,000 yearling chinook, 450,000 chum -  some of which will be released into local  streams - and 50,000 coho. An additional  35,000 coho from the band's stock will be  released from Chapman hatchery, while  80,000 coho are still in incubation.  This year, says Quinn, the band has tried  an experimental program whereby some of  the local stock have been incubated at the  Capilano hatchery in North Vancouver,  which can provide a better growth environment wilh warmer water.  Usually chinook are released as smolls  after 90 days in fresh water and two weeks  in the sea pen, says Quinn. But this year, Ihe  fish have been held for one year to increase  chances of survival.  The idea of the fish hatchery is to  increase stocks which will be bolh caught in  fisheries and contribute to numbers of  returning adult salmon, says Quinn, adding  thai the band hatchery attempts to duplicate  a natural life cycle as much as possible.  Normally, adull coho and chinook slay  within about a 250-mile radius of the hatchery. Coho take 18 months to reach maturity  while chinook can take between three lo five  years lo complete their migrations.  This year, the hatchery is expecting 1,500  coho and 200 chinook lo return.  Salmon at a variety of growth stages can  be seen at the hatchery from now through  mid May between 9 am and 3 pm daily.  SAY HELLO TO GOOD BUYS!  I   _  LARGE NEW  INVENTORY  OF ROLL END CARPET  I       SQ. FT.  STARTING  AT  ONLY  Xtra Life  STAINMASTER  CARPET  STARTING AT  STAINMASTER  II     r l.*MsaYp.  v//////////////////////  y///////////////////////////////////  ENLARGED LINO  INVENTORY  (GREAT SELECTION)  FROM  ONLY  SQ.YD.  HARD WEARING  LEVEL LOOPS  LARGE NEW SELECTION  -iAkv  i  IN-STOCK  100% WOOL  AREA RUGS  APPROX. 5x0 (METRIC)  onlyJ  ��� It  77  RUNNER  SY THE FOOT  (27' WIPE)  $4��  '////////////////////////////////////        '////////////////////////////////////  S3  WITH      3COTCHOAHD-      STAIN      RtLfASE  fmm_m_4_Jm ^_^_^_^ m     .  .. _m_^_^_^_^ saassaaaau^*  uraon aWjoi now cownj lawrwy  ll���  Hours:          /  9 AM - 5 PM     l|  Mon. - Sat. \  \\w__m__^__^^_\^F  ^~mW^r  '    mmmmmm^   _Ml_^_\m_M?  ^mW    taB^ fai^T^PI^'Hp^  JM ll<flft H%TM  ��              j  Highway lOI  Gibsons^  -_���-  886-7112                             .***  _mm��-me_-_-_~  klaasaaM  a*a^n  _tm_w_w_m_m


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