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 LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, B.C. V8V 1X4  COAST^NEWS  cents per copy on newsstands  ESTABLISHED    1945  April 13,1992 Volume 46 Issue 15  3aperworkers union holds strike vote  Stuart atumMf  The Canadian Paperworkers Union,  PU), to which Howe Sound mill  iployees belong, was driven to a  ike vole Sunday after contract talks  )ke down with the forestry employers  reau.  On Thursday CPU local 1119 was  nding out strike ballots to mill  iployees encouraging them to vote in  our of strike action.  The balloting is a result of stalled  gOtiationa between the union and  Workers, employers come to loggerheads  employers for a new contract. The  CPU has been working since July of  lasl year on a concession contract lhal  was lo extend for 10 months. That time  is up at Ihe end of April. Talks began on  March 25, but broke down last Week.  "We've reached an impasse," said  CPU local president Terry Duffy. "I'm  not 100 per cent certain we'll sirike, but  any time you take (ihis kind of vole) it's  a possibility." Duffy said Ihe talks have  been kept low key and a media blackout  is in effect.  According to the CPU pamphlet calling for ihe sirike vote, llie issue isn't  wages as much as items that affect  working conditions, i e ihe removal of  all operating and maintenance restric  tions on statutory holidays (mill  employees could be expected to work  and perform maintenance on days like  Christmas), the elimination of "banking  overtime," which allows employees io  take iheir overtime in lime off rather  than pay, and issues surrounding pensions and trade guidelines.  CPU also says the employers have  Menage students  ounselled on  JDS dangers  line Seyd  (landing before a group of  i school sludent in jeans and  ions coat, with a wave of  blonde hair, Barry Budway  ks younger than his 40-  lething age, almost hip. He  sn't look like a person  i's dying.  lut Budway knows he could  l be facing death, from any  iber of cancers, pneumonia  viruses which attack his  lune system, weakened by  Acquired Immune Deficien-  iyndrome (AIDS) which he  racted over eight years ago.  md the reason he speaks to  i school students, like those  Iphinstone and Chatelech  i heard him talk on Thurs-  , is he doesn't want the  e thing to happen to them.  You can call me guilty of  lever you like," says Bud-  , "but I don't think that 1, or  one of you, should have to  lecause we had sex with Ihe  ig person. But that's what's  g to happen to me, and we  t to make sure...thai it  n't happen to you."  People still think it is some-  I else's problem," he says,  t because you have lo get  i by ferry doesn't mean  re protected from Ihis dis-  ." Family doctor Bev Pace,  conducted the talks wilh  Budway, a speaker from the  Vancouver Persons With Aids  group, says there are five .cases  of AIDS on Ihe Coasl now. In  addition, she says, "it's estimated that probably 30 people on  the Sunshine Coasl do have the  virus and are capable of Iran:  milting it to other people." And  some of those people are definitely teenagers.  In fact, the fastest growing  new group of HIV infections is  now among teenagers between  14 and 21, says Budway. "That  means you."  The two main ways  teenagers get the virus is  through unprotected sex and  intravenous drug use, says Pace.  Inlhe latter case, "any o,f the  pharmacies on the'coast will  give intravenous drug users  clean needles so that they do not  have to share," said Pace.  During the hour-long presentation, both speakers emphasized the need for safe sex and  condoms if teens do decide to  have sex. "We're not encouraging people to be sexually  active," says Pace, bul teens  who are need to know how to  protect themselves from the  virus, especially since it's  impossible to tell who has il.  With other sexually transmitted diseases, or even unwanted  turn to page 2  Chief Bosun Mate Dave Bechard of the minesweeper HMCS Fund) takes a tour of (Jihsons Harbour while docked al the gin eminent wharf for an overnight stay. The Fundy and sister ship,  the HMCS Chignacto, are touring the Strait on a navigational training run.     Joel Johnstone photo  made il clear there will be no wage  increase in 1992 unless the workers  "address the employers agenda."  "This impasse in negotialions was  reached very quickly as (employers)  continue to maintain their posilion thai  the unions must agree to their concessionary demands." says the pamphlet.  It also says the CPU wouldn't make  any concessions with the employers and  thai the 10-month extension of the previous contract had been concession  enough.  St. Mary's  services  cut back  St. Mary's is "coping" with  rotating job action by Health  Employees Union (HEU) members, says administrator Ted  Wright, but service has been cut  and only emergency cases are  being accepted.  Wright said preparations are  being made by the Health  Labour Relations Association  (HLRA) to locate hospital beds  outside the province where  patients can be flown in crisis  situations. No one has actually  been flown oul of BC yet.  Wright said the number of  patients at St. Mary's, patients  who can't be moved for one reason or another, was down to 23  from 38 before job action.  HEU job action strategy has  left administrators wondering  - what area of hu'JlJIiMBJluik they  will have to cover next.  HEU representative Linda  Moseley said hospital officials  are given "adequate warning"  to prepare for each round of job  action but said the warning was  required as the union is in an  official strike position.  "We're making sure the  patients won't suffer, and we're  sticking to the essential services  guidelines."  The uncertain conditions at  St. Mary's forced the cancellation of Ihe blood donor clinic  scheduled for today at the  Sechelt Legion.  Northwest giant goes to bis rest,  carver Dudley Carter dies age 101  John Burntlde  A great and enduring Canadian talent was extinguished finally on  lesday, April 7 in Redmond, Wash., when distinguished carver  idley Carter died after a brief illness.  Mr. Carter, whose giant carvings made with an axe first brought  n to prominence more than 60 years ago, was actively creating his  ���Iptures till just before the end of his life. He was just one month  Dudley Carter 1891-1992  shy of his one hundred and first birthday.  According to his daughter, Mavis Vaughan of Gower Point Road.  Mr. Carter, though a little weaker just before the end. kept the  indomitable spirit which was his trademark to the very end of his  long and remarkable life.  "He had been a little under the weather since just before Christmas," Mrs. Vaughan told the Coasl News lasl week, "bul as he had  felt so many times before he thought if he just paid a little more  ���attention to his diet and gol a little more exercise he would be fine  again. But not this time."  The remarkable centenarian was walking outside taking exercise  till just a day or two before his death.  At his 100th birthday party on Gower Point Road last May, Mr.  Carter was the proud recipient of congratulations from Her Majesty  the Queen as well as Prime Minister Brian Mulroney.  He was equally honoured and deeply touched io be surrounded  by the finest sculptors in Western North America to whom Dudley  Carter had been an inspiration throughout their entire creative  careers.  Among the gifts with which he was showered was a brand new  and shiny axe.  "The axe has always been my favourite tool," Mr. Carter told the  assembled guests. "After my knife and fork that is."  Bom into a pioneering family near Mission in the Fraser Valley  in 1891, Dudley Carter went to work as a timber cruiser. He developed early a tremendous affinity for the forests of the North Wesl  and also a great admiration for the carvings of Ihe natives of the  region.  His giant statues, though he clearly acknowledged the influence  of the first carvers of this country, were unmistakably his own. That  he was a unique and towering talent was recognized as long ago as  the 1938 World's Fair at San Francisco where the famed Mexican  muralist Diego Rivera made Dudley Carter at work on his sculptures  the subject of several of Ihe centre panels of the giant mural he created for that fair.  His relentless appetite for work never left him. That a man of a  hundred years should still be creating huge works of art with an axe  was something of a miracle; that the art was soaring and splendid to  the end only completed the miracle.  Dudley Carter is buried at Hatzic near Mission where his parents  and five brothers are interred. An unassuming giant has gone to rest.  Attend to Pender  dump leaehate  problem: ministry  by Jane Seyd  While Ihe debate over closing Ihe Pender Harbour landfill  still simmers, reports from a  March 18 inspection of the  dump sile by Ihe Ministry of  Environment say the landfill is  out of compliance with ils permit due to poor litter control,  Inadequate cover and leaehate.  The ministry has given the  regional board has to the end of  the month to come up wilh a  plan to clean up its act before it  laces ihe possibility of fines.  In an April 8 letter to Sieg  Lehmann, superintendent of  public works, senior environmental protection officer Douglas Pope says the ministry is  "very concerned" about the situation at the dump, especially  about the presence of leaehate  which was confirmed by chemical analysis of two samples collected on the day of inspection.  He also states that a plan to correct the leaehate problem must  be submitted by April 30.  "The board has to make a  decision next week," said director Jim Gurney at Thursday's  board meeting. "I think we've  pretty well had our marching  orders on this one."  Gumey said if the board does  not come up with an appropriate  plan, it could theoretically mean  fines of up to $50,000 a day for  the regional district. Actual  fines "would depend on how  seriously the conservation offi  cer views it," said Gumey. "but  they have not shown an aversion to fining municipalities and  regional districts in the past."  But Cy O'Leary, director for  Area A, said it wouldn't make a  difference whether Ihe board  decided to close the dump or  not. "Whether the dump  remains open or we stop tomorrow, the problem of leaehate  will have lo be deall with."  A referendum on the landfill  question is still possible. Meanwhile, the regional district is  hedging its bets with plans to  hire consultants to look for  alternative dump site and call  for tenders on trucking material  from a proposed transfer station  to the Sechell landfill.  Holiday hours  The Coast Hews  will be closed on  Good Friday,  April 17. Classified  deadline win be  Thursday at noon.  Both offices will  be open Easter  matt CtMst News, April I J, 1*142  From London* Ontario  to London*  Enaland >��V*  ALLIED  TrteC<vehili\A)i*k''s  Whether your next move takes you across the world or to a new  ���ometown  in Canada, choose Allied   More than  1.100 Allied  epiesentatives is one reason why Allied moves twice as many  irmUes as any other mover  Call today tor a free no obligation estimate  LEI WRAY'S TRMSFEI LTD.  Cuatom packing, itoitg*. local A long dtatanco moving.  HWY 101. GIBSONS       ^^��B5T 886-2664  news  Taking home the AIDS message  Ii mil page I  piegnancies, "you can still go on  with Ihe rest of your life," says  Btldway "II you contract HIV  infection you will not have a  lite lo go on will)  "There's no drug or medicine  oui ihere lo save my life," he  told the students, "and there's  none lor you either"  There are lots of ways for  leens lo express themselves sexually without pulling themselves  al risk, says Budway He also  discussed common misconeep  lions aboul llie disease, and  ways thai it can't be contracted:  swimming pools, hot tubs, anil  casual conlact among them  He urged teens lo lake the  message home and lo work on  Changing altitudes to AIDS in  Iheii own (WW group "If I only  gel through lo one ol you," he  said. "Thai's all thai matters."  Harry Budway al Chatelech Thursday to talk lo students ahout AIDS.  Joel Johnstone photo  Pesticide working group challenges  BC Hydro's recent permit application  The Sunshine  Coast...  A Healthy  Community?  S  Our  Choice  Do Wc> Live In A Healthy Community?  1 he Healthy Communities Initiative, sponsored hy the  I'mvmcial Ministry of Health opens the door to discussion  about the health of our community.  Your Input Is Vital  A series of public meetings will give you the opportunity to  define a healthy community and determine the direction we  should be moving lo make the Sunshine Coast a healthy  community.  It's our community - our choice  N  PUBLIC MEETING  Coming tu your community  lues. April 14, 7:30 pm - Pender Harbour Secondary  Wed. April 22, 7:30 pm - Roberts Creek Hall  Call 885-2261 and leave a message  for further information.  by Chutes Kart  RC Hydro's vegetation management group is pushing for manual  controls and has insisted on a review of the crown corporation's  recent application for a pesticide permit.  Julie Paul, representing consultants hired to set up a Coasl pilot  project to study long-term pesticide alternatives, confirmed Hydro's  March pesticide application lo use Round up (glyphosale) on local  transmission lines is the focus of the group's nexl meeiing April 21.  Town of Gibsons representative Barry Janyk said the corporation  needs lo demonstrate good faith that it is serious ahout pursuing alternatives. "They should bile the bullet and put il oul as a manual contract," he said. "It doesn't do us any good to look al the long-term  . future when we've got applications in front of us right now At leasl  lor this year Ihey should show lhat they are absolutely serious aboul  trying to do il differently."  Double 'S' Cedar Homes  Prefabricated post & beam homes  standard or custom designed  send $4 for our catalogue  Double S' Prefab Homes (1979) Ltd.  14771-64 Ave. Surrey, B.C., V3S 1X6  604 594-1777  Residential - Vacation - Commercial  Trail Bay Mall       .SKKSS.  ^OMES BLAZER Bvx^-Z*  Sat. April 18  Trail Bay Mall ��� 11:00 am %s  He's arriving by FIRETRUCK!   ��P-TICKLE  ILLUSIONS  !M,.  <H  THE  AMAZING  ALLUSION  ALAN THOMSON  MAGICIAN  SHOWS ���  STROLLING ���  HAND MAGIC ���  CLOSE-UP FOR ���  THE CHILDREN  He's been performing for 10 years at events  such as: The Vancouver Children's Festival  The Vancouver Folk Music Festival  Expo 86  100th birthday of Stanley Park  Brian Cole, representing Ihe Sunshine Coast Environmental Pro  lection Project, said Ihe permit application has been an issue since the  outset of discussions. Minutes from (he first meeting (the sessions  aie noi open to Ihe public) indicate thai the terms of reference had to  be redralted to til the Coasl group's expectations,  "The purpose is to try lo eliminate the use of pesticides," said  Janyk. "And if you don't use them, what are Ihe alternatives and how  do they impact on the environment?"  Al Ihe second meeting March 23, the management group, comprising representation from provincial and local government, environmental and resident groups, ironed out objectives which will be used  to evaluate both existing methods and future recommendations.  As of Thursday, however, those objectives were still not available  In the public Paul was unwilling to comment until the meeting nun  uies are released, which she expected to happen this week. A series of  monthly meetings Is scheduled, with field research and experiments  lion likely in Ihe summer, Paul said.  Janyk noted that developing Christmas Iree plantations or recreation uses such as a bike path haven't even been considered. "I'd like  to see this perceived problem tunied into a resource," he said.  Bypass funding slashed  The ministry was already  contractually committed to the  middle section (phase I), hut has  had to defer a host of proposed  capital projects because its overall budget was slashed from  $363 million last year to $181  million in 1992.  A planned realignment of Rat  Portage Hill has also been sidelined. Completing phase I of the  bypass is Ihe only Sunshine  Coast construction project  approved this year and there has  been no commitment from the  government to ensure funding  next year so the project can be  completed.  Special  surgery  saves eagle  by Rum Forester  Conservation officer Doug  Pierce came to the rescue of an  ill eagle found in West Sechell.  He transported it to the Wildlife  Rehabilitation Centre in Half  moon Bay where he and Joanne  Dickeson attempted to make the  bird regurgitate tlte cause of the  sickness - lead pellets in ils  intestines.  The eagle was then flown by  Tyee lo Nanaimo where veterinary surgeon Dr. Ken Langelier  operated and removed several  more pellets.  The operation was successful,  though it will be at least six  months before a complete recovery. In the meantime, the eable  will be returned to Ihe centre in  Halfmoon Bay, where it will be  cared for until well enough to be  released.  This bird likely consumed  duck or some other creature  which had been shot with lead  pellets.  Construclion will continue on  phase I of the Gibsons Bypass  project with completion still on  schedule for October. But phases II and III, which were to go to  lender later this year, have been  put on hold indefinitely hy a SO  per cent cut in the provincial  Highways capital budget.  Highways' announcement of  its south coasl region capital priorities last week has left phase II  (realigning Highway 101 al the  Langdale ferry terminal) and  phase III (continuing the bypass  from Stewart Road) in limbo,  said project manager Lee  Marlell. "We're not calling for  any more lenders."  NOON���3 PM  Baha'i \l/  Faith yjV  The Baha'i teachings speak  not only lo the spirit of  man, but the heart...  k  For Information  Call: 886-2078  or 885-7259 Coasl News, April 13, 1992  news  Sechelt in a quandary  over live aboard policy  by Stuart Burr.sidc  The District ol Sechell has  backed down liom a decision to  limit walei and electricity flowing to the government wharf in  Porpoise Bay, a plan that was  supposed lo discourage live-  ahoaid boal owueis  Chairman ol the district's  harbout authority, Aid  An  Whistler, said Ihe disiricl was  wailing lo heal liom the Depart  mem ol Small Craft Harbours  before following through with a  Council decision made in  Deceiubei thai would see elec  tricily  and  walei  hook tips  turned on at 8 am and oil M 4*30  pm  The tune limits on Ihe wharl  Utilities came allei watei costs  liom llie wharl (paid by llie  municipality) skyrocketed last  winter, due. according lo conn  eil. lo a liveaboatd lamily lhat  kept the waier running to prevent freezing their boat's facilities.  Al the time, Mayor Nancy  MacLarty was in charge of the  haibour authority, and the live-  aboard lamily, llie Pages, were  told there would be no more  unrestricted utilities alter the  first of January.  However, soon alter thai  decision, Whistler look charge  ol ihe harbour authority function  and decided the Pages weren't  given sufficient warning  "Alderman Hob Wilson and I  didn't feel Ihey (llie Pages) were  given enough lime," Whistler  said "They -.aid lliej would be  gone b) the Ills! ol Apnl. so we  decided 10 u.ni until then before  culling service in the wharl"  In ihe meantime ihe Pages,  who had lived on iheii boal al  Porpoise Bay lor live lo six  years, have sent a letter to Small  Aline and Dennis Page on hoard their vessel in Porpoise Bay.  The Pages have made the bay governmet wharf their home for  nearly 6 years. File photo  Craft Harbours asking for help.  In Ihe letter, the Pages outline  thai Ihey are fishermen and it is "  most practical for  them to live on  the water.   They  have requested  that    they     be  the harbour authority for fishermen, but said that only applies if  the fishermen live  on their fishing  boats.  "The Pages  have two boats,"  MacLarty said.  "They have their  the area, perhaps  ,il a location not  associated wilh Sechelt's hai-  lioui authority  MacLarty acknowledges lhat  the Pages are a fishing family  and thai allowances are made by  affip  SEE YC )U AT 11 il*: TRADE SI 1QW  BAH1 AND BLOWN  HNVIKONMKNTALLY FRIENI)LY  CELLULOSE  UHNATRIP  mkm  I   \  000^8741  They have their  fishing boat and  they have the  allowed to slay in boat they live OU.'  fishing boal and    they have the boat  they live on."  She said the power and waler  should have been turned off  when council first wanted it  done, as is allowed under the  Municipal Act.  Gibsons  waitsfor  candidates  The deadline for nominations  looms Thursday (April 16), but  by late lasl week only one  person had filed papers for the  Gibsons by-election to replace  Alderman Margaret Morrison.  Granthams Landing resident  Joan Peterson is vying for the  vacant seat, said deputy  returning officer Dan Legg. He  added it is not unusual for  interested candidates to wait  until the last minute to file.  Legg said he did not know of  any oilier definite candidates.  "Bul the grapevine says there's  lots more maybes."  Motorcraft  Gas Charged Heavy Duty  Shocks  Fit Most American Cars  "Cas" REG 42.35 ea.  AQn*|  SPEC  ea  Fit Most American Trucks  "Cas" REG 66 30 ea    A *t\70  SPEC  497  llllllffllll  Motorcraft  Oil Filter  Fit Most Fords - Chevs - & Dodge  CFL-1  n.-io  FL-12   \*/��WWea  Halogen  H60S4 .Beam  16.50.  Buy a Pair of  Wiper Blades  at Reg. Retail  Price and get  3.50  PWlMBlBlilil  Wharf Road, Sechelt ��� Parts 885-7211  1-4 Litre Container  of Windshield Washer  Antifreeze for  eld washer II  far (��/-/>   I  Local  IWA  settles  kyJanaSayd  Despite serious misgivings  by loggers on the Sechelt  Peninsula, who still wanted to  reject ihe IWA's current contract, a majority of Local 1-71  union members have voted to  bite the bullet and accept Ihe  deal offered by the forest companies  Of the 160 out of aboul 261)  eligible local members who  voted April 7, 61 per cent  wanled the offer rejected. But  a margin of 62 per cent of the  total 1-71 membership decided il was time to cut losses.  "They're kind of resigned  to their fate," said union business manager Murray Cantelon, "They're not happy  campers, and I don't blame  them. Bul realistically speaking, I don't think we had a  whole lot of options at this  stage."  Lasl time members voted  on the contract, Local 1-71  members voted more than 60  per cent against the contract,  while on ihe Sechelt Peninsula, the rejection rate was over  90 per cent. That, however,  was before a US duty on softwood lumber imports and  acceptance of the contract by  Interior locals.  Cantelon said despite the  contract acceptance, a clear  message was being sent from  the Sunshine Coasl, especially  from the logging sector.  "There's loggers here that  have a pretty rough go of it,"  he said. " They're putting in  an 11 or 12-hour days and gel-  ting paid for eight." Of the situation now, he says, "It's concession bargaining and the  people here were aware of  that."  "Hopefully next time we'll  do a little better."  THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS  L      AT ANDY'"  ALL PRICES  INCL  GST  DINNER SPECIAL  S8 95  with appetizer |  \       $10 95  PRIME RIB  NIGHT  THLRMIW  PASTA 10"oOFF  All entrees.  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April I ,. 1992  opinion  Healthy intention  lacks direction  tbe tour Coastal governing bodies, though rarely seen  with equal footing on common ground, recently united in  the tinio-lionoureil municipal effort of prying money front  the provincial government  It became apparent last year thai the Ministry ot Health  hail some 800.000 troublesome loonies to dispense with,  instead ol seeking out one or two areas oi the province  that desperately needed a cash tourniquet, the health min-  istr\ offered small band-aid sums to BC communities that  submitted the besl proposals tor making their own areas  "healthier" places to live. Of some SO regions that  applied tor a share ot the $800,000. 40 were approved,  the Sunshine Coast being one.  Around S30.000 has since been sent to Coast cotters,  an amount that is supposed to help make the inhabited  stretch ot Highway 101 from Potl Mellon to Egmont a  better, healthier place to Ine.  Residents ate being asked to attend meetings and give  their impressions of the Coast and what would make it a  more pleasant community. So tar so ginnl.  The prow��*m is that there are no parameters to this process. The meeting held in Gibsons Wednesday drew five  participants, and those five concerned citizens had excellent ideas about what would make this a better place.  Some wanted better recreational facilities, some wanted  sidewalks along the highway, others wanted the Coast to  be a "safe place." isolated from the abuse of the elderly  and children that soils every community.  All noble aspirations to be sure, but on $30,000? The  money has. to all intents and purposes, been eaten away  in this discussion process. To lv fair, there is little else  can be done on that amount. We are, however, assured  that having received the money once, the Coast will probably be in line for a like amount to continue the healthy  community process - if more money becomes available.  Another $30,000 to make the Coast, the entire Coast, a  better place to live.  Oddly enough, the one item toward a healthy community not mentioned in the Gibsons meeting was a cry lor  responsible government: one that would know besl how  to allocate the $800,000 tax dollars that are now going  toward a series of poorly attended and unfocused community meetings that are designed to give the impression of a  concerned government, rather than actually accomplishing anything of substance.  Paying the piper  Speaking of waste, no government, it seems, can resist  the temptation to rifle the public purse to promote its supposed virtues. After justifiably hounding the Socreds for  their propaganda tool, BC News, the NDP has now  embarked on its own $200,000 information campaign. A  publication on forestry was mailed to 1,3 million BC  homes last week.  The two publications may not have that much in common: BC News promoted a smorgasbord ot Socred 'gixxl  news'; the forestry newsletter offers information specific  to the commission on resources and the environment.  But apparently similar publications are planned in the  future, based on the reasoning there's only one way to get  the message across - do it yourself. With the government  crying broke, preaching restraint and reaching ever deeper  into taxpayers' rxxkets, the last thing the public wants or  needs now is a ministry of tmth.  letters  Pay promises fade  post-election  ll is with sadness and a deep  sense of helrayal that I write this  letter.  ()n March 10 I wrote to Hans  Brown explaining why 1 could  not contribute to a Grassroots Initiative while my Union (HEU)  was not receiving government  support for pay equality and the  right to a livable wage. There was  much talk of pay equality before  ihe election.  Ihice again gender discrimination rears its ugly head and  health-care workers remain the  lowest paid in the public sector.  So tell me what has changed with  this election?  I sent copies of my letter to  Mike Harcourt, also to Gordon  Wilson, no one has bothered lo  answer. Therefore I must assume  voters are necessary only before  elections and the promises of pay  equality etcetera, made before the  election are easily forgotten and  broken once the election is over.  Rest assured many voters have  very good memories.  IVY PIERCE  Madeira Park  Society hypocritical  in drug attitudes  There was a bit of editorializing in the "Police Notes" section  of March 16's Coast News. The  gist of it was that, "contrary to  some beliefs" drug offences are  not victimless crimes.  Being one of several people  who voiced public objection to a  certain approach taken to drug  abuse prevention two years ago, I  feel included with those whose  beliefs are referred io. A lot of  people have misunderstood my  position and I would like to make  a number of things clear.  Firsl of all, I do not mean to  imply that drug abuse is not a  problem!  "The effects of drugs are fell  from the ruined lives of young  people...to the distraught resident  who returns home to find his residence broken into and ransacked".  However, these disasters are  the consequence, not only of illegal drug abuse, but of the abuse  of the legal drug, alcohol.  What I was attacking in my  previous letters (to this paper, to  the school board and to the  municipal government) was not  attempts to deal with the drug  problem, as such, ll was the  hypocrisy with which these  attempts were being carried out.  Of the sixties drug users 1  have known, those who are  addicts now are more likely to  have alcohol as their main prob  lem than marijuana, cocaine or  any other illegal drug. I have  known people who had a drug  abuse relationship with marijuana  that caused problems in their  lives, but those problems were  not as devastating as those caused  by alcohol abuse!  I do not, myself, have an illegal drug-use habit. I enjoy the  occasional glass or two of wine. I  defend anyone's right to the  occasional loke. Others in the  community aren't so tolerant ���  Ihey think thai their drug habit  (or drug-related business) is okay  but another's isn't.  It is when either alcohol or  any other drug is abused, rather  than used to enhance our lives,  that it becomes a bad thing. But  society is hypocritical in prosecuting the use of one drug and  not the other. As a society we  may chose to leave it that way,  but as long as we do that people  will from time to time feel moved  to point out, as I did, that "Hey,  something doesn't add up here,  "Die emperor has no clothes.'"  ANNE MILES  (iibsoas  letters welcome  We welcome letters to the editor on matters ol public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, clarity and legality. Please mail  your letters to:  The Editor  Sunshine Coast News  Box 68  Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0  Septic alternative  promoted  While following the plight of  Ihe man (and surely there are others) whose property cannot support a septic system, I wondered  if a multrum (composting) toilet,  such as a Phoenix plus a 'soap  box' might not be the solution.  Although a multrum toilet is  pricey, the fact that individuals in  California are now paying up to  $15,(KK) for septic systems puts  the cost in a different perspective  These toilets are infinitely  more environmentally friendly  than either septic systems or  community sewer systems. They  are simple lo maintain and are  being used successfully in Canada and the USA.  Six or seven feet of headroom  is required in ihe space below the  toilet for the multrum so a sloped  site would even be an advantage.  I a:.t overseeing the construction of a new house in which a  Phoenix is installed, bul not operating yet.  It was supplied by Sunergy  System Ltd., Box 70, Cremona,  Alberta, TOM 0R0. The glowing  reports about the ease of operation and maintenance of these  units from the park rangers in  Washington Slate have dispelled  any fears that we had been harbouring.  If anyone wishes further information, they could write to  Sunergy direct or contact me at  RR 1, Sile 5, C72 Madeira Park,  BC VON 2H0  PATRICIA BARRET  Madeira Park  Ignorance is not a guarantee of travelling bliss  One of the first aphorisms 1 can remember puz-  ���ling over when ino >oung to remember when, was  ihe etiieiiuiic "Where ignorance is bliss it i> tolly  ui be wise."  God knoa.^ I've travelled a fair distance  through both ignorance and folh since 1 first puzzled over the aphorism, both m\ own and thai ol  those around me. and it 1 was editing ihe apnomm  today I suppose n might be io: "Where ignorance b  bliss, ii it tolly io *cem wise."  I cannot bring myself te believe, you see. ihai it  is ever lolly to be wise bul there are ample examples in history ot wise men and women reviled.  i. mured, burnt, hung, or similarly discomboBulated  by a general populace whose understanding had  been left behind by the wise and who therefore had  become anxious and dangerous.  The distinction between seeming wise and being  wise may seem like splitting hairs, for it is simply  true that I have no tale of wisdom to tell here,  seeming or otherwise. It is a tale of ignorance and  folly that f tell, probably one of many thai 1 could  tell from my very own personal expenence.  I have this van. you see. I haven't had it very  Kmg. Jusl over three years, in fact, but it has served  me well. Ii has taken me from the Yucatan to the  Yukon, from lofino on the West Coast of Vancouver Island to Cape Spear in Newfoundland, the  musings  john burnside  mosi exsierh point of North America. It has taken  tne io many fascinating points within this enormous radius of North American travel and I have  become fond of it.  It was with some alarm, then. I delected an  unfamiliar noise coming from my treasure recentb  When I turned the molor off. there was a whining  sound for all the world like a cooling fan one finds  ui the small-CTgined North American cars, used lo  cool the radiator automatically after hard use.  But this is absurd, patently, for the van engine is  air-cooled  I phoned my trusted adviser in these matters,  Alex at Sunshine Coast Mazda - an excellent  mechanic and an enthusiastic owner of my kind of  van.  "Come right up," he said. I went.  He listened to the whining sound coming clearly  from the van at shutdown.  "That," he said, "is your auxiliary space healer."  "It is my what?"  "Your auxiliary space heater. Look here." Alex  opened the driver's side door, reached in and  turned off a little knob down there. The whining  stopped immediately.  "Alex." I said, "I didn't know 1 had one. Have  you any idea how many places I have been where 1  have frozen my proverbials in this van, and now  you tell me that I had an auxiliary heater I didn't  know about?"  "John," said Alex patiently, "it says what it is  right on the control knob." It did, and it does.  I looked sourly back over some of my travels. I  remembered how we ran into an unseasonable blizzard in Texas and serious frost in New Mexico on  the way back from the Yucatan.  One night we pulled late into a deserted campsite in southern New Mexico and as we stretched  our legs through the silver hoarfrost, Fran saw a  sign that warned us to beware of rattlesnakes and  lit out for the van with a squeal.  "Fran," I pointed out, all sage wisdom, "there  isn't a self-respecting rattlesnake who would be out  in such a night."  I joined her in the frigid van where we huddled  three feet from the auxiliary space heater knob in  an ignorance which was not quite bliss.  Believe me, there were evenings in Newfoundland in August of last year when a little less ignorance aboul the auxiliary space heater would have  greatly improved our outlook.  And then there was the hurried dash, interrupted  by mechanical failure, across the frozen expanse of  the Great American Plains late last October. Folks,  in Wyoming and Montana near the end of October  the temperature got down to and stayed down at  some 30 degrees below zero, Fahrenheit.  I got up one morning in a small place in  Wyoming and realized that the set of children's  swings I thought I'd seen in the courtyard of the  motel was in fact the frozen dangling corpses of  deer hung oul and gutted bv the killing enthusiasts  of fall.  I mean, we have driven through some cold  country folks and I cannot be persuaded that my  ignorance of the existence of the auxiliary space  heater led anywhere near bliss. There may be  occasions when it is folly to seem wise, but the  absolute absence of wisdom cannot be recommended.  Check your cosmic knobs, folks. The solutions  to our enduring problems may already be at hand.  COAST^NEWS  The S -srw cot News s locaty owned    The Sunsrwie Com News e vmema oy  ana oa^srw*. * vm St/www Coast B C  every Monday Dy GtoMfcrd Prsts no. Box  460. Gflaons. BC. VON IVO. <804j 886-  2622. F**. i604, BB6-7725 SeCfW Office.  Box 66 Sechelt. 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AWARD-WINNINC      ^^   ��**  newspaper  S����>      ^����> opinion  Coast News, April 13, 1*W2  A tale of tarantulas and scorpions  All the discussion there has been in recent months about the independently breaking away republics of the ex-USSR has brought to  mind the only person I knew well who grew up in lhat part of the  world Alekko Lilius was a Finn, bul grew up in Georgia, one of the  southern republics, honk-ring on the Black Sea His lather was the  Finish Consul in Georgia and Ihey lived in ranching country, rich  rolling land not tar from the sea.  Alekko, in his early teens, spent time with the local cowboys, who  were perha|is a little exotic compared to ours of the wild west or the  gauchos of Argentina. They had a gambling game that they played  and which Alekko engaged in enthusiastically. It pitted tarantulas  against scorpions in a fiery ring scratched out of the earth, filled wilh  paraffin, and lii at the dramatic moment.  Alekko collected together a stable of scorpions, which he kepi in  matchboxes in a roll-top desk. He was doing okay with these scorpions apparently, though probably the youngest player in the ring, when  his father, Ihe Consul, one day ran out of matches. He discovered  these matchboxes in his son's desk, whipped one open, and got quite  severely stung  There is a hit of a gap in my knowledge of Alekko's life alter thai,  bul when still quite young he was somehow attached to a German circus, travelling through Europe dressed as a Lett, and working wilh a  bunch of reindeer. Subsequently he drove Ihe first car into Lapland,  wrote iiIkiuI il in Argosy Magazine, I think, and came to the USA.  There he moved almost naturally into the Hearst publishing  empire, and got sent off by the colonel to cover the Chinese pirates in  the Yellow Sea. He seems lo have got in touch with them without any  trouble. They were led by a formidable person called the Dragon  Lady, and when he did his book complete with pictures, there she  was.  When the police saw these pictures, some of which showed him  hoarding BA oil barges in the Yellow River, etc., Ihey put him in goal  in Hong Kong. Hearst got him out, and sent him to the Philippines.  There he discovered a group of prehistoric people living in trees and  wrote another Ixmk.  By this time he was getting to be known up and down Ihe Sulu  Archipelago, which ends wilh the Philippines, and indeed had got to  be playing chess with the Sultan of Sulu, an odd English type. The  Sultan gave him an island in the archipelago, and Alekko appeared in  a widely circulate newspaper column called 'Ripley's Believe It Or  Not' as the only American citizen who was also a Rajah.  The island had a few people on it and quite a lot of goats. Alekko  decided lo plant castor oil bushes. These come to fruition fast in that  climate, and the pods containing the beans would burst with quite  In a nutshell  s. nutter  audible pops all over the island. The goals would run to the |xips, eat  the beans, and died of diarrhea.  Alekko planted copra, which lakes seven years to produce He  went away and did stories on witch's kraals in South Africa, monks in  Tibet etc. The war took place. Pie Japanese scragged the Sultan of  Sulu early on, hut Alekko had lodged his title io llie island wilh lire  land office in the Philippines. But the Japanese bombed the I.in.I  office, and there was only Ripley's column, on paper, to back up  Alekko's claim. He took it to the international court al the Hague, ad  of course, some years went by.  Meanwhile Milton Caniff, a comic strip writer, had started one  called Terry And The Pirates. This was clearly taken form Alekko's  book, including notably the Dragon Lady lie sued Caitiff in the  Stales and losl, but when the strip began to appeal in France he sued  him again in Paris and won.  What are we to make of this kind of relentlessly adventurous life?  When I knew him he was 60, bald, fat and had gout We were going  across Canada in a '39 Ford, doing a job for Ihe CBC. We got lo Sudbury, where there are, or were then, a lol of Finns. Many of them  knew him by reputation, and seemed pleased to put on parties for  him.  Many of these hospitable folk I found lived on the tops of rocks  with precipitous wooden stairways going up. I would have lo hoist  Alekko, being careful of his foot, up Ihis way; and after a night of Ihe  sometimes formidable Finnish dinner games, get him back down  again in the Sudbury moonlight.  Why this somehow always risky performance though? They didn't  in fact, seem to do each other any harm bul were always pressing in  there. I found that the Finns have a word that we don't have in  English, and so I can hardly reproduce it here. It means pressing on  beyond the point beyond which you can't press on any farther.  Anyone can do it perhaps, and these days it may be just what we  need. We need not start with tarantulas and scorpions, but just going a  bit farther could make all the difference.  _A  EL ROOFING  Thinking about Re-roofingi  Your home deserves  the extra protection  & beauty. Thanks to  the wide variety o��  colours & styles  available, you can  choose a special look  that's just right  CALL NOW FOB YOUR FBEE ESTIMATE  Dennis Abel 885-2380      Ron Corman 885-6186  Some have tried but they're not Abel  letters  Play dirty  somewhere else  Does Mr. Coles really  believe "the only way to gel  anything done around here is to  play dirty?" And council being  six feel under while he is running two marine ways down  there.  It is really scary to see how  close he came lo almost getting  his way and operating a heavy  industrial operation right in  downtown Gibsons.  The noise and pollution  would not only affect town-  house dwellers but residents of  the whole downtown core and  not even a half block from  Armours Beach, where our children swim. Thanks to only two  of our elected council, Mr.  Coles didn't get his way.  I would hope lhat Mr. Coles  will take his business, his  threats and his buddy Mayor  Small and play dirty in some  other town.  LOKKIEGIKAKI)  Gibsons  Abortion clinics win  One of the big winners from  the provincial budget were the  free-standing abortion clinics. In  the name of choice and health  care our finance minister allocated $1,000,000 to fund them.  The 'abortuaries' are private  profit-making businesses. This  contrasts sharply to several private, non-profit organizations  that struggle daily to support  mothers who have chosen to  give life. These non-profit organizations have an ongoing cost  and commitment to supporting  birth-mothers and their children.  This support does not end after  a child is bom. These organiza  tions are under constant financial strain.  If funding the 'abortuaries'  has been done in the name of  choice then perhaps the government should insert a 'choice  card' in nexl year's tax return  and allocate our dollars accordingly. It could read as follows:  1. I choose to support the  'abortuaries'. Please send fny  tax dollars to lliem immediately. ,  2. I choose to support the  non-profit crisis pregnancy centers, counselling centers, homes  for single mothers, more expedient and open adoption services,  etc. Please send my lax dollars  to them immediately.  In this very divided issue a  'choice card' will solve two  important concerns. Firstly,  because of limited tax dollars  the governmenl would know the  private businesses and organizations we wish to support. 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Gibsons 886-7441  MLA tables petition in Victoria  to halt Caren Range logging  Ml.A Gordon Wilson  Coast MLA Gordon Wilson is supporting  Sunshine Coast residents in a bid to introduce a community based forest plan that will  assist in the protection of old growth in the  Caren Range.  Wilson, Opposition Leader, tabled a petition in the legislature Thursday which was  signed by over 1,000 people calling for a  halt to old-growth logging in the Caren  Range.  "There is a clear need lo establish a balance in land management in this province,  and I believe the approach taken on the Sunshine Coast represents a solution lo the challenges we face in balancing the need for a  strong and healthy forest industry with the  need to preserve old-growth forests for  future generations." Wilson said in a press  release,  "The Owen commission was created to  study environmentally contentious areas  such as the Caren Range and we should fully  7 would like to see a  deferral on logging  on tbis last remaining  ancient forest'  utilize this," Wilson said. "We should hold  off on logging and road building until all  arguments for preservation or logging have  been heard."  Friends of Caren, a local group, says the  remaining old-growth forest is an irreplaceable sample of the ecosystem, a gene bunk,  watershed and recreation area. The petition  calls for immediate steps to be taken to hold  off logging until the non-timber value is  explored and the public has been given the  opportunity lo express its wishes.  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The ferry, formerly the Basto  II, was purchased by llie corporation from Ihe Bastogergen  Company of Norway in 1991. It  left Oslo in May, crewed by BC  Ferries employees who applied  to serve on the 10,000 nautical  mile delivery voyage.  The double-ended, 12 year-  old ferry is 100 metres long, has  a maximum service speed of 15  knots, and can carry up to 115  cars and 7(X) passengers.  The Queen of Capilano,  which previously served Ihe  Saltery Ray-Earls Cove roule,  has an 85-car, 300-passenger  capacity.  Early in January of this year,  the ferry was removed from service and sent to Dens Dock for  refit work, before placement on  the Saltery Bay-Earls Cove  route.  ROMANCE on ilte RIVIERA  MEXICO  7 DAYS.  TAKE SOMEONE SPECIAI FOR  $199  Come aboard the love Boat* this  fall. For 7 days on ihe Fair  Princess' you'll enjoy ihe Mexican Riviera where you'll find lhal  the only things warmer than ihe  sun arc ihe smiles on Princess*  Best of all, you can share the experience wilh someone special for  just $199* Or enjoy the Dawn  Princess" for 10 days and the second person cruises for jusl $299*  Call now  ���Offer applicable when first person books  ai lull cruise-only laie Double occupancy  Noi cnmbinablc wuh other ofleis anil doe's  noi apply to groups Pel person port charges  arc SlY) or S8U l.ihcnan Regism  PRINCESS  CRUISES'  It\ more thanairunr, it\ ihr Love BoaC"  Suncoast Agencies  Travel Department  Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons  886-9255 Coast News, April 13, 141'-'  news  Ambulance service 'bearing' up  fey Roxanne Gregory  On Ivhall of the North Shore  Optimist Club, Boh Robinson  presented Modi hears to tiih  sons Ambulance Unit chief,  Keith Baker and Madeira Paik  chief, Dennis Gamble on  Wednesday Also present was  Brian Porriu. regional ?one  supervisor fot the ambulance  service, who accepted the bears  on behalf ol the Sechell ambulance.  The nieili Ivars are individually hand knitted and Mulled toy  Ivars which Optimist volunteers  make as a pail of their commitment lii young people's programs Ambulance crews give  each young child ihey transport  to hospital one ol the bears to  comfort iliein entoute  Unit chief Gamble said: "The  kids really love them. The Ivcars  help lo rase iheir feats and give  them something to hold on lo."  Robinson who is currently  trying 10 organize a Sunshine  Coasl Oplimisl chili, also gave  the Madeira Park station a larger  bear which will become the  ambulance crew's mascot.  Chief Gamble staled: "We  really appreciate the work the  Optimists are doing with ihis  program. We lake our mascot  bear with US when we go into  the schools.  We do a lot of work with the  kids to familiarize lliem with  our service. One thing we waul  them lo know is lhal even  though the ambulance number  in Ihe front of their phone book  is a Sechell number, il is really  Ihe BC Provincial Dispatch  number and if they call it ihey  will gel the Madeira Park ainbii-  SPCA News  This friendly two-year-old  black and white neutered  male cal has been at the  SI'CA for a long time. He was  found lying at the side of the  road, injured, hut now he is  well and eager to go lo a new  home.  NEW :  -SHIP-  20/  EAR-  RINGS  .1inall  \*priee  granges &  ^styles  Retirement and Insurance Planning  ��� Rctirtiiii'iit  Planning  ��� Lit S Disability  Insurance  ��� Ijiiplour Ik-iu-tit  Mails '  ��� Laurence k  Chambers ill  ��� SKIv-MII  ��� loll ftee  l-WKW)(l*r.>()Sl  Mutual luinl*. Jmi iH- 'Attl-  iiuariJuiii>p>u|'i>' html* iul  O-JAMBERS  Saving lib- Sunshine (jiast Slim- 1981  Rockport  JNjwh   j Rockport'  Ambulance personnel in Maderia I'urk receive comforting stuffed hears tu be given lo children-  riding down Ihe Coast. Roxanne Gregory photo  I  DISCOVIH  THI  DtrFIIINCI  : T-.���3���  lance. The only time they would  gel a Sechell car is if we were  already oul on a call - 411 jusl  doesn't work here, and they  need to know lhal."  Robinson spoke aboul the  'The bears help to  ease their fears  and give them  something to hold'  Optimist's long history of service to youth and the handicapped.  The Optimists are planning  to have an organizational meeting in Pender Harbour in May.  9(00 Qjou/i Sasteft <-Basfeef  QAAfl, (Dun (jtlfintj .Qn-StoUG  Q  wcia  Cfi  Besl Wishes  To Everyone for ;i  ���Sale & Happy  Holiday  THE  DREAM SHOPPE  lt.i\sidi' Ituildiiif-, Vili.lt  (HCrou (t.im Trail lta\ Mall)  BUS-196?  <:  DISCOVER THE QUALITY.  DISCOVER THE COMFORT.  DISCOVER THE DIFFERENCE.  Quality. Comfort What's the difference? Rockport  gives you both. (Nut tn mention style). And il you  come in today, you'll receive a gilt with every purchase*  Come into Linnadine\ WEDNESDAY MORNING and  meet our Rockport representative.  'Appllc* lo all int-n's and women's  regular priced Rockpon slun-s, while  quanUllei last  .Enter our draw  for a man's and lady's  Tote Bag  10% off  All tegular Mock ol  Rockports  ^mnaefme's Sdoes  SuiiiiviH-si Mall, Gibsons  886-262-i  ..-iSS-Si  H  ��jja��w��i  k or Ij  ftffoO -  HATS  BY  THE DOZEN  From  [iii]  fM  Men's Batting Helmets  reg$24.98 Red,Bluet Block 3 or More  Cooper B.c.200 Adjustable Helmet  reg $47.50 2 or More  Boy's jr. Hardball Mask  reg $33.98  Adult catcher's Mask JM5  reg $24.98  3 Bases Cooper 77B  reg $77.98  ALL OTHER BASES, HOME & PITCHERS' PLATES 15% 0/  SOf#^Lo��t4  SALE  $3598  $4998  Eg>  Adults  cooper 850V  Fielder's Glove reg si39 98  Cooper 68  reg $59.98  SALE I  $9498|  $4998  "off AH Other Regular Priced Gloves  'AA  coVVTt'bH  SALE  Louisville . 4140ft  Slugger 91/2" regt��.n f A1y9  $1750  $2598  COOper 8" reg $19 98  \Ravilings fO"^$29.98  m\  REEBOK DIAMOND 200  reg.$59.96   limited quantities  Men's CONVERSE SHUT OUT  reg $54.98  Women's PONT LADY BASE THIEF  reg $49.98  10��{fiALL OTHER MODELS  IL BAY  MON-SAT 9:30-5:30  FRI 9:30-9:00  SUNDAY CLOSED  TRAIL AVE. & COWRIE ST., SECHELT885-2512  SCORE BOOKS  leg $8 95  SALE $6.99 Coast News, April 13, 1992  Happy  from all of us at  Shop ��� Easy  We will be open Thursday, April 16th until 9:00 pm,  CLOSED GOOD FRIDAY and EASTER SUNDAY.  We will be open EASTER MONDAY.  Groceries  Soft Drinks - reg or diet  Coke or Sprite   458  21 you save 1.41 ���  Ocean's ^^  .Pink Salmon     QQ  213 g you save .75     m%aW%mw  Ragu - old world, homestyle  Spaghetti Sauce 468  750ml... yousave 1.61       W  Mllko - powder  Skim Milk  4 998  2.5kg you save4.01   Matt  Evlan - natural  Spring Water -438  1.51 you save .55 I  thirst Quencher - all flavors  Flower Powet   1 L you save 1.41    �����  Brunswick - ass't  Sardnes  100 g you save .41  No Name  Instant Coffee am  100 g you save .71        Mm  Prlmo  OHveOil aa+AO  11 you save 2.51      J���  Unlco  .Sunflower OM jm  11 you save 1.81      1  Unlco - new!  Com OH 4 Aft  U you save 1.01       I  Unlco - pastas, Including  ���Spaghetti CIO  900 g you save 1.01    i9D  Unlco  Tomato Sauce m  398 ml you save .51      aiWW  Unlco - garbanzo or  Kidney Beans m  540 ml you save .69     ��� f O  Delmonte - glass bottle  ��� 1.141 you save 1.01       I"  Breakfast <Cereal  StHMfUfes   '  675 g you save 1.67     jm*  Nabob - gold  Coffee FMers 4 fgota  each you save 4.11 I 5y��  Eye Ease - 5 year  aUghtBufcs aqq  2's you save .31        I ^^  :Wrap  918  86 m .you save 1.11     mm  Mean - aluminum  Foil Wrap  18"x25" you save 1.41  Pamper  Cat Food  Glad  248  184 g you save .87 ��Jfa<99  Whiskas  Cat .Food  380 g you save .51  ABC - ultra  .you save 1.11  v' 8  4 tews*  Sunlight  Laundry Detergent  1.51 .....y6u save 1.21  Silvan - plain or flavours  lltnnara��l 1lfa��la����  IIIRMH WaTMaBT  750 ml you save .21  Fruit brinks  Super Socco  3x250 ml you save .61  Idahoan - au gratln or  ScaHop Potatoes  156 g���... you save .75  Delmonte - mini case  Peat or Com  6x398 ml you save 1.96  Holtzheuser - cranrasberry or  Cran Cocktail  1.361 you save 1.11  Money's - pieces & stems  Mushrooms  284 ml you save .61  Mdmona  398 ml you .save .85  i  Dad's - ass't  Cookies  800 g ...you save 2.17  McCormlcks  Viva Puffs  300 g you save .87  Wasa - ass't  200/2.50 g you save .71  McVltle's  Tuc Crackers  250 g you save .91  Champagne  Crackers  225 g you isave .71  Christie's  .78  348  250 g. you save .97  Puritan - flakes of  Ham or Turkey  184 g .you save .81  Upton - mix  4x35 g .,, ..you save 1.21  .68  lis  9*  2"  .88  ���98  398  1*��  1��  I68  I78  1���  118  178  40's you save 3.67  Taipan  Water Chestnuts  227 ml you save .36  Liberty - manzanllla  Stalled Olives  375 ml you save .61  Sun Rype - sweetened  588  .58  118  398 ml you save .41  Welch's - frozen apple or  Grape Juice  341 ml you save .47  Bacardi - banana  Daiquiri Mix  250 ml you save .61  Crlxy - ass't  Rice Cakes  185 g you save .71      *  iisiM  118  139  i9d  Oh Henrv  Eggs  singles Half Price!  Lifesavers - siory book  Pack  I25f< Half Price!  #.64  105  Shop early for the best  selection of Easter Treats!!!!!  Bakery  Hot Cross Buns  pkg. of 6   Easter Cup Cakes  6 for  Easter Layer Cakes  149  .399  559  Str-udel 255  Bagels pkg0f6     179  Coconut Cream Pie ^9 Coast News, April 1.,, 1492  Save-A-Tape  For a limited time, you can save cash register tapes for yourself. Any tapes dated  between March 1. 1992 and Dec 1. 1992 can be exchanged at our service counter for  a gift certificate, redeemable at any one of the following Trail Hay Mall stores:  Robbie's Shoes. Ralsten Zales, hooks and Stuff. Goddards. Nova Jewellery,  Headquarters, Upstairs AS Downstairs Shoppe. Sew Easy or Sole Feetures.  You will receive one $10 tfift certificate for each $ii()(l in tapes. Your certificates can  be redeemed for goods or services, any time prior to Dec LM. 1992. Spend them as  you net them or save them up!  Nutritional  Tours  If you haven't been on one of our  nutritional tours yet. and you would  like to attend, please conlact our  service counter at 885*2025  Our Recycling  Depot is open  everyday except  holidays  A  One winner every week for 4 weeks  (March 28 - April 18. 1992)  Draw date: May 1. 1992.  Full details in the store.  These are just a few of the more than 350 specials  you 'll find in store for you.  Prices effective Monday April 111 -Saturday, April 18, 1992  This is your last week to enter  to win $5200 worth of groceries.  Details in store.  Produce  Seafood  Flowers  Central American  Bananas   California  Yams   BC Macintosh  .Apples  Fancy   -^aaa- ��� * 1  BC  Mushrooms  California  Strawberries.  California  lied .Potatoes.  ,86c kg  ,.63c kg  ..1.30 kg  .3.94 kg  ..3.06 kg  ..86c kg  .39  .29  Fresh  ib     .Shrimp   Fresh - by the piece  ii)     Halibut   Deli  Schneiders - sliced  Cooked Ham ioog  Kohlers - sliced  Roast Beef  (with & without garlic)  lOOg  ���59 Ib  1���,b  1*��,b  ���o9 n>  ���99  i��  Daily  Parkay  Margarine  1.36 kg yon save 1.41  Foremost or Dairyland  Whipping  Cream  500 ml yon save .39  Foremost - grade A  228  -J48  Medium Eggs-118  dozen von save .61 ���  dozen you save  Foremost - all flavours  Ice Cream  1 L yon save .71  Foremost or Dairyland  Cottage Cheese  500 g you save .44  Olympic - skim milk  Fruit Yogurts  175 g you save .47  Schneiders - all varieties  BRjCheese 20% Off  random cuts  .fcW /w *awmm  Safflo - soft  Margarine  907 g you save 1.07  Ingersol - process  Cheese .Spread  500 g you save 3.11  148  ���J 38  .48  248  Fresh - In cttlun sauce  Snapper Fillets   Fresh-      i      ���>���,(& no  Oysters   ....15.41 kg  ....14.31 kg  .v:7.69Hg  lb  .8 oz. cup  1. ft  e^b  349  3*39  lb  Meat  Utility - frozen  TUriceys  9-11 kg 2.16 kg  Ready to Serve - Bone-In  Hams  Shank Portion ?2.16 kg  Canada Gr. A Beef - Sirloin Tip  Steaks 6.59 kg  Canada Gr. A Beef  Prime Rib Roast 7.67 kg  Fresh - New Zealand  Leg of Lamb  whole or butt portion 8.80 akg  Schneider  Old Fashion Hams  Boneless 9.90 kg  Schneider's  Schneiders -  Reg. Lifestyle. Hickory. Maple  Bacon  500g   Schneiders - regular and all beef  Weiners  450g   Schneiders - reg or all beef  Bologna  375 g   Schneiders - 7 varieties  Meat pies  250 g   Schneiders - 7 varieties  Meat pies  400g   Schneiders - reg or chunky  Headcheese  375 g cup   98  lb  ���90lb  2".b  348  lb  3",b  4*,b  288  298  298  ���J 39  249  328  ea  ea  I II  348  6O0offf  Any Deli Item  fltf"*' Limit one per customer  ob-"***     Offer Expires April 18,1992.  Roses  Special..  Easter Lilies  Dressed up....  . ��� ��� 9 per stem  10��  1398  EasterBasket 4C98  .Arrangements  199V  & up  Stop in & check out our large  assortment of fresh cut  Spring Flowers.  1       In Our Dairy Dept this coupon is worth  I  I  I  |  Any 4 litre package of Foremost or Dairyland Milk  |    Thank you lor Shopping at Shop Easy, fctf. Dairy Manager  4O0off  Coupon Savings!  Limit 2 per coupon ��� Offer expires April 18th, 1992  ^  of Schneider's SOOg Bacon  with a purchase of a  Schneider's Old Fashioned Ham  with thla coupon ��� ttxplna April 18th, 1992  Thank you lor Shopping at Shop Easy, r*Zaaf. Meat Manager  *f'~f. raol��-*��*jrjc*ii:  ... ^ ��.'.."_-: sew"*' 10  Coast News, Apiil 1 f, 1992  ^  education  HAPPY EASTER  Closed Good Friday  ^ Thriitys coon  Doiialions     886 2488 oi Bon S96  -a��I    \  hA   PERENNIALS  Melville Cottage Gardens  -^     " ' r v. . 1685 TYSON Rd. Sechelt  j��ju a^^^Wcilncsdav to Sunday 0am to Spin  CLOSED Monday and Tuesday  THINGS TO DO  on the Sunshine Coast  Everyone Welcome  MM:....   A  m  PenoeR liiXHBOim  Golf CLUB  Lounge 4 Snac* Bar ^J??"        Power Cars Available  Hwy. 101, 2 kms. north ol Garden Bay lumoll  Phone 8839541  four of the eleven Pen-  tier Harbour students  that participated in a  two-week adventure in  Kurope.  Roxanne (iiegory photo  Pender Harbour students sample taste  of gargoyles, casinos and pick-pockets  by Rounna Gregory  Enthusiasm radiates from the Pender  Harbour Senior Secondary students who  recently returned from n two-week trip to  I'uris ami Nice in the south of France, The  students who paid tur the trip themselves  were accompanied by teachers Tinn Meyer  ami Ted Rtilierls ami chaperones Palli  Malcolm ami Nancy MncKay, The irip lias  been tltree years in the planning and was  cancelled lasl year due to Ihe Gull War  Eleven sludenis from grades 8 through 12  participated,  Canadian Academic Travel Services  arranged the tout and co-ordinated the  itinerary which included visits In the Louvre and tlte Palace of Versailles, the Eiffel  Tower and the cathedrals at Chartres and  Noire Dame.  Students firsl flew to Calgary and ihen  on to Amsterdam where Ihey changed  planes. "We were surprised by airport secu-  rity. There were soldiers armed with  Eleven enjoy  European jaunt  machine guns," said Tara Anson. The Irip  abroad was a first lime experience for mosi  sludenis  The Palace of Versailles held many sludenis in awe. "The grounds went on and on  forever and there were all these gilded statues and Ihe king's hunting grounds. In the  palace we got to see Marie Antoinette's  bedroom and Ihe hall of mirrors. The  French royally liked lo look al themselves a  lot, They even danced in Ihe hall of mirrors."  Gargoyles and a Gothic ceiling lhal  went, "Up and up forever," at Ihe Cathedral  of Notre Dame was another impressive high  point of Ihe lour. Al Chartres, the story of  Christ was told in almost life-sized slone  carvings which emanated from the cathedral walls.  Sarah Malcolm and Headier Lee liked  the trip to Nice Ihe best, "ll was so warm;  we went swimming in the Mediterranean.  The people were so friendly there."  Anne Slrulhers said that she liked Versailles llie besl. "ll made history alive. I  wasn't just reading it anymore. People lived  there."  The sludenis travelled briefly through  Monaco and saw llie homes of royalty. For  Chris Boulris, Monaco was outstanding. He  said "We stood outside this casino and you  could see all of ihe places in the James  Bond books. Here it was real..."  The irip was not without its modern  urban realities, as both students and teachers were victims of pick-pockets and diefls.  Some of the accompanying students were  robbed in Iheir sleep, while travelling on Ihe  train.  ,H  Fri., Sat., Sun., & Mon.  April: 1 7, 18, 19, 20 ��� 2 - 4 PM  Visit  mShow Piece Framesm  Quality Custom Framing ���    HE^tl Frame-it-Yourself Section  Wilson Creek Plaza  ���  885-9215  ���W$ ww 651  Unique ceramic garden ornaments,  large selection ot ceramic pieces,  handcrafted soft toys.  885-2595  ���837      W      -. ff  Open daily:  10:00 am * 8 00 pm  7507 Eureka Place  Just off Redrooffs  FORGET WEEDING &  MOWING LAWNS!  catch a trout, play  some pitch and putt, then  relax ...with a game of pool or  satellite TV in the lounge at...  ���fc-W  Niclc Fast 885-3303   EQ9'eoles' *-lr've belvveen O'shea & Oceanmount  1,2, & 3 bedroom units' 800 lo 1800 Sq.Ft. �� $97,500 to $189,500  Continuing  education  courses  abound  FRIDAY GIVEAWAY  At The Pen Pub  If  Remote Control VCR  or  5 CD Carousel Player  Every Friday ��� 8:30 pm  Details At The Pub     No Purchase Necessary  Remember We Have:  Daily Specials, Large Screen T.V.  Continuous Luncheon Shows  Entertainment 12 noon ��� 10:30 pm  The Pen Pub  at the Peninsula Motor Inn Brings You  MORE! MORE! MORE!  Vern Wishlove, the director  of Continuing Education for  our school district, is offering a  wide range of courses in his  Spring '92 program. There are,  for example, courses in computers, mechanics training,  painting, dance, fitness and dog  obedience, just to mention a  few.  You are graduating this  June? Look inio Graduation  and Parly Dresses, bul hurry  the class is already underway.  Want some quiet recreation?  Bird Watching may lead to a  contemplative hobby.  There are two courses in  dealing with youngsters; one on  special-needs children and Ihe  other on early adolescence, or  learn the fundamentals of lucrative fundraising; jiving for the  energelic and h'mmm, partner  massage.  A one-day course, Panning  for Gold, will allow the student  to keep any gold that turns up  in the pan, says Wishlove.  To find out about these  courses and many others call  885-2991. Keep in mind lhat  there is a discount of 10 per  cent for seniors, as well as discounts for couples and family  groups.  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us  Leave your cues at home wilh us  Pel/Animal Cave  MailClearing and Forwarding  Indoor Plant and Yard Maintenance  Regular Home Check or Live-in Service  CfUL SHMON 885-2228  ���A<tet*liaati-Wahk  ^^ IttittlUiiaWt  BONDED LICENSED INSURED   Bi-inch��iCM��tT9-*t>|,a  Highway 101, Gibsons  Kids & Tobacco  it's a crime. community  Coast News, April 13, 1992  Pebbles from the past  Ed Connor's suite in room 22 <,r the Kiwanis Heritage Apartments was used as a "show room'  Ihe new facility. Ed was visited hy dozens of people during an open house held April 5.  fur  Joel Johnstone pholo.  Fri. & Sat. Night  Dinners Are Back!  /E ENTERTAINMENT  Fri. & Sat/Apr. 17 & 18  WITH "BEAVER"  nitaumi a mm maam  COUNTRY DANCE  LESSONS  EVERY SATURDAY l-4pm  ���2 Step* Waltz  ��� Swing for Beginners  Suggest Wearing  Leather Soled Shoes  Meat Draw Sal, Night  BINGO  Tuesday Nights  Doors open 5:30 ��� Bingo at 7:15  ���CRIB*  aam  Thursday Night ���  (Lie. #76063)  886-9813 or 886-9984  by George Cooper  On this anniversary of llie  WW1 bailie of Vimy Ridge,  April 9 lo 14, 1917, many members of the Gibsons Legion  Branch 109 remembered iheir  comrade, Art Howell, who was a  veteran of that buttle.  Art died last December 18 in  his 96th year, the last branch  109 member who was a Vimy  veteran.  Vimy Ridge, history records  for us, was Canada's first independent military action in thai  war, 'creating a sense of  achievement ami national pride.'  But al great cost.  A machine-gunner at Vimy  in Ihe 28th Battalion, his record  of service certifies that number  426509 Private Howell, Arthur  M. enlisted April 3, 1915,  served in Canada, England and  France and was honourably discharged al Reglna, Sask.,  February 8, ,1<"19. He was theji  22 years old.  After WW1 and jobs in mining in Oregon, he went to work  on the King ranch in California,  a lime lhal gave him, as he said  later, the most peace and happiness lie had ever had. working  with horses.  Art was given the job on the  ranch hy his former sergeant  who felt lhat Art had saved his  life on the battlefield. Art, however, would never say any more  than, "I helped him," when  asked aboul ihis.  Art was a quiet man, respected by the staff of Kiwanis Intermediate Care where he spent the  last three years of his life. "A  most reliable and conscientious  worker," staled a recommendation of him from the Powell  River Company where he had  worked in the 1940s.  Art never married. He once  noted under marital status on his  income lax form: "Never caught  one."  He is survived by one brother, Ben, now 93, who still lives  in Ihe family farm home in  Frii'rlilly I 'mintry iVa,'''"!.  I Cram  Yorkshire.  "He died peacefully," said  Kathy Clark who with her husband Ian were his close friends.  "Always orderly, he had jusl  sent his Christmas cards Ihe day  before."  Langdale elementary  The school says thank you to  all the parents who helped transport the choir to the Music Fes  tival, and another thank you lo  those parents who look pari in  Ihe special Parents Advisory  Council meeiing.  The school is looking for  some parent who will coordinate  a Block Parent Program - an  organized method of protecting  children in the community and  as well, offer assistance to  adults in limes ol emergencies.  ���n the mid  40's  ���Frank  Sully  converted  this building  into a dine  and dance.  It was  across the  street from  the present  Molly's  Reach. In  fact, almost  where  Gramma's Pub stands today. Even in those days, the tourist  potential of the area was appreciated but simply never  realized.  You may wonder: "What is the advantage of dealing with a real estate chain?"  The answer is: "There is no advantage."  The staff at Pebbles may advertise where they want, they can provide excellent  referrals, they have full training available and best of all they enjoy serving you.  We are a high standard local practitioner. Call Pebbles - you will be glad you did.  j Verne  es  The staff at Pebbles trust  "PEBBLES FROM THE PAST"  will add to your sense of  community as it is today.  REALTY LTD.  Your locil Rial Emte Compmy ��� Glbiont Qu��y  S^mamtk  Boa 335, Gowei  Pelnl  Roid. Glb��oni, B.C. VON IVO \:  Phone: 88D-8107, V��n. toll li����: 6��l-30��4,t����; M6-806I*  ^fr  4  **  .^-f- *-._._������;�������� - ���-->  MAKE YOUR POINT WITH COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS      886-2622       885-3930  xus:  DEMO DAY  Makita representative Ron Short  will be in our GIBSONS STORE  demonstrating the latest in  POWER TOOL TECHNOLOGY  Saturday, April 18 ��� 10am - 2pm  ��� GREAT IN-STORE SPECIALS ���  ON MAKITA POWER TOOLS  Gibsons 886*8141  Sechelt 885*71211  GIBSONS  OPEN Mon-Sat 8am-5pm  Sun (Gibsons only) 10am*4pm  Vancouver (toll free) 688-6814  BUILDING SUPPLIES^  TWO LOCATIONS SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY - GIBSONS WHARF AND DOLPHIN - SECHELT  r .*_.w��*c >��*-*���-* Spring  s  E  front  Naturalizers  Clearance  $2 9 <�� *> $49  children's shoes & runners  885-9838  ���9  Bobbie's  ^99���Shoes  .ul Bay Mall. Sechelt  community  tbnristuy  ROBERTS CREEK FIRE  PROTECTION DISTRICT  PERMITS  k & &  CLASS A: (Landclearing) permits are required all year long  CLASS B: (Residential Refuse) permits required April 15th  to October 15th.  TO ARRANGE FOR AN INSPECTION AND A PERMIT  PHONE ANDERSON ANSWERING AT 885-5111  BETWEEN 9:00 AM AND 4:00 PM  tajJa tarn ���a^HBHW  Hundreds ul hooks found new homes aller the successful book  sile al llie hall lasl Sunday   The ladies outdid themselves with Iheir  delicious sandw idles, cakes, tea ami coffee  gtiillt-rs t.nilil  The Sunshine ("nasi Quillets Guild held a three day show exhibit  inc examples of their handiwork Among those highlighted was a  quill that had been started hy Lauralcc Solli, but was left unfinished  due lo her untimely death  The group she In-longed lo. llie Loom Threads Quilting Group,  finished her quilt and made a second one oul of her fabric slash so  lhat Lauralee's daughters would each have one in memory of their  mother  A s|iecial placard nexl lo Ihe quills leads "These quilts were completed with loving hands in memory ol our dear friend and member -  Lauralee Solli " Whal a wonderlul Measure her daughters have been  given  Omission  Unfortunately, one of tha Sweep and Clean Club member's name  was lelt mil of Ihe column lasl week She is Kl year old Tara Wigard  anolhei haul uoiker  The Davis Bay/Wilson Creek library will lv closed Good Friday,  bul will be open lor business as usual on Saturday  I ton'i lurgel the community association meeiing April II wilh llie  herb lady. Randy Tame as guest s|H'.iker  St-i-KinK Mil-HO  For those of you who are Interested in a three day, 'hands on'  serging holiday, ihis is it! On May I, 2. and 3, Sue LeNeve is leach  ing this workshop al Rockwood Centie, It promises io be fun, but  also a greal learning experience.  For mine into call Sue al 883-7490. See you there  Have a nice Easier Holiday - soon il will Ik- warm enough to get  our plants in ihe ground.  SEQUOIA LANDSCAPING  Residential and Commercial  ��� New Lawn  ��� Ground Maintenance  Retaining Walls  Cedar Fencing  r* ��� Deck and Gazebos  Pruning  LTD  PHONE  885-7248  889-0930  lOXSamtan Dlicoaant  Complete Landscape and Garden Service  Curia Newton, 7, enjoys a read  Duals Bay/Wilson Creek library':  roberts creek  and a good hook bargain ut the  's open house, April 5.  Joel Johnstone phiilo  by BtwratKy SMptoy  Roberts Creek Legion's  open-door policy has once again  been slammed shut According  to new president Brill Vnrcoe,  this policy is to remain in place.  The entry door literally is shut.  Only card-carrying members  and signcd-in guests are welcome afler you first buzz the  door-buzzer. The reason for Ihis  New-  China  Kitchen  Restaurant  A hard working  success story  In 1980, Mr. Howard Shum  opened the smallest restaurant  Maple Riilge had ever seen. It  had only 3 tables crowded into  WKI square feet. Hard work and  a dedication lo preparing excellent meals helped make Ihe  restaurant a unique local success  story Business thrived, thanks  partly to a healthy lake-oul  trade  Known for ils tasty Chinese  .uul Canadian dishes (prepared  with only fresh ingredients and  no MSG), the New China  Kikhen finally outgrew ils liny  location. Urged by friends,  lamily and customers, Mr.  Shum, in I9K9, opened a new  China Kilchen on Lougheed  Highway in Maple Ridge.  Housed in 4IHXI square feet with  full facilities for banquets,  panics and special events, the  restaurant was the first in  Maple Ridge In offer live  entertainment and dancing.  Hard work, good food and  expanded service paid off and a  second localion was opened  nearby in Pin Meadows in 1991  Gibsons was chosen for the  New China Kitchen's third  localion. scheduled lo open  Monday, April 13 in Ihe new  Gibsons Park Plaza Featuring  iheii traditional a la cane menu  ul Chinese and Canadian food,  ihis facility will also offer live  entertainment ami dancing. A  private dining loom is available  lor banquets, meetings and  spinal events The New China  Kik hen's always popular  catering, lake out service and  Chinese gourmet buffet will also  lie filtered  The Gibsons business manager is Roben Ling Operations  manager is Slella Ling.  ADVEKriSEMENr  BOOK  YOUR  BANQUET  TODAY  886-3028  NEW  CHINA  KITCHEN  NEW  CHINA KITCH.E1  is opening Monday, April 13  in the Gibsons Park Plaza  Chinese and Canadian Cuisine  Chinese Gourmet Buffet, Salad Bar 6 Full Menu Service  Our Chinese Buffet has over 16 hot dishes  plus salad bar and dessert  Stella Ling, the manager, welcomes you  to come in and experience the best!  Licensed premises.  Dining facilities for meetings, banquets  and parties  Enjoy Our Buff et & Salad Bar Everyday;  Lunch Buffet ��� 11:30 am till 2:30 pm  �� iuaawalmiaamaaaaaaamamamaaaaaatwaawattaaaimmiinit an m^^aaamnamammaaami*a��amammmiammtammiiiim *��������   | n, n  Olnner Buffet ��� 430 pm till 830 pm  iJ-|[iiiiriiiiji.iiiiii'ii iiiifriiii iiiinniiianriiiiiiiii i m      ���hi  i  ..i... -Tr        i ifiiiin   m n-"r'n ,--------f nr-���rr���inriini-  Restaurant Hours  Sunday - Thursday 11:30 am to 10:00 pm  Friday 6 Saturday -11:30 am to 11:30 pm  MEW  CHINA KITCHEN  '  GIBSONS PARK PLAZA 128-1100 HWY. 101   (  For reservations phone 886-3028  strict rule says Varcoe is lhal  it's lime to "clean up Ihe  legion." He also staled that if a  member doesn't behave, or if  iheir guests don't behave, then  ihey will lose iheir card and be  asked to leave. Members are  responsible for the actions and  appearance of their guests.  Even wilh these rules Varcoe  says the legion is full every  weekend and the Friday and  Saturday night dinners are still  as popular as ever.  This weekend, April 17 and  18   will   be  Karaoke   with  'Beaver' Country dance lessons  every Saturday from I to 4 pm  Morning Glory  Peter Light, well-known  Creeker and scientific gardener,  has come up wilh some information regarding rampant  Morning Glory. Some research  finds it to be a native of the  tropics, Ipomea purpurea, an  annual above-ground vine in  this wel mild wesl coasl region,  hut remains a perennial root  wintering over in the ground  under the most harsh conditions  the Coasl can offer.  Peter has also discovered  Morning Glory in his garden  and finds that In dale, the only  way to control il is to cover its  territory wilh black poly, more  than 10 feel long, and lhal this  will eventually stamp oul all ils  lighl. And when it does show its  pretty green leaves, pull it out as  far as you can and jusl "Keep al  il." Don't let il gel an established area or you will be sorry.  More updates on Morning Glory  from Peler will lie forthcoming,  Western Day  Creekers who love horses  and a good show, don't miss the  Sunshine Coast Equestrian  Club's Western Day Banel Racing and Horse Show on Easter  weekend, Saturday, April 18  from 12:30 to 4:30 pm being  held in the area behind Gibsons  Pool. A lot of planning has gone  into the show and it will feature  barrel racing, poles, keyhole,  showmanship, western pleasure  and horsemanship, calf-lying  and an excellenl show of horses  from oul of town riders. For  more info or to enter events call  886-2205 or 886-9470 Come  on oul in your best western garb  - it's going to In- greal.  RCCA mt-ctinj-  The annual general meeting  of the Roberts Creek Community Association will be April 22  at 8:00 pm al the hall. Everyone  please attend,  Earth Day  Earth Day celebrations are  gearing up for April 26 al Cliff  Gilker Park in Roberls Creek.  Care for Ihe environment is the  theme and Ihere will be tables  set up for promotion and sale of  environmentally friendly products. Live music and kids  games, and lots of fun are on the  menu. For more details or bookings call Lee Mason at 885-  4410 or Ed Lands at 885-4891. Coast News, April 1 i, 1992  13  community  Sunshine Coast  members ul the  BC Save the Children's Fund sel  up their sellable  selection of children's crafts and  clothing in | rail  Bay Mall, April 8  and 9.  Joel JuhiiMinie photo  T^  Maiff  .   . 5';.  -JPfcgfc  halfmoon bay happenings  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  After having spent so much  hard-earned cash and the pride  of the members ol llie extended  Welcome Beach Hall, il was  most discouraging lo I ind that  the outside coloured lights had  been ripped oil the walls. Do  you know where your kids are  these nights'.'  Tickets are still available for  Ihe spring dinner and dance ai  the hall on Sat., April 25. Call  885-5270 or 885-9269 for reser  vations.  Faster eg)-, hunt  All children 12 years and  under can have some lun at  Connor Park on Faster Sunday,  April 19 starting al I pin. Ihis  annual event is sponsored by the  Hallmoon Hay Recreation Association who will welcome donations.  Health meeting  On Tuesday, April 28 there  .��ill be a meeting al Coopers  Green Hall al 7 30 pm regarding  Fresh Tabouli  made hy Helen  Fresh Pasta  made by Karl  VARIETY Kh FOODS  The BIGGEST Little Store in Gibaona Landing HMMKKMi  Flowering Blossoms for  EASTER     ^xM$  Easter Lilies  Hydrangeas  Potted Mums  See Our .Large Selection of Bedding Plants  e  s*ao*j{A   COUNTRY  &4&Cf,&   GARDENS  5612 Wharf St.. Sechelt, 885-3606  Coast News Classifieds  a healthy community. These  meetings are being held  throughout Ihe Sunshine Coasl.  Your input is required as to what  you feel is necessary to make  this a more healthy community.  For instance - there is the situation al Trout Lake liom which  many of us get drinking water.  You should Iry to be there for  this meeting to give your ideas  on the subject of a healthy community  Writers' election  Ihe Suncoast Writers' forge  held its annual general meeiing  on Wednesday, April 8 al  Rockwood Centre.  The following were elected  for the coming year: president,  Jan DeOrass; vice-president,  Pixie Daly; secretary, Pat Orr  and treasurer Ruth Forrester.  The members al large are Judy  Gill, Mary Laxlon, Ilea una  Lueder, Kelly Therien, Margaret Watt and Dolores  Wilkins.  Outgoing president Kelly  Therien reported an active, satisfying year ol activities, in particular the present work in  progress on the 1992 Suncoast"  er Magazine, llie result of Ihe  annual writing contest.  Last year's publication, Our  Sunshine Coasl, has been in  demand throughout Ihe Coast  so there will be a rerun of Ihis  book available in the near  future.  There are plans to create a  second volume, with more  news on this lo come.  Correcting a goof  The item in lasl week's column about the luncheon for the  telephone volunteers mentioned  thai Irene had cooked this  menu. Irene who'.' ll was, however, bene Duff's way of showing her appreciation for the ser-  Outdoor Burning Permits  Required  A permit is required for outdoor burning during the fire season  from April 15 to October 15  Any person intending lo bum outside  municipal Boundaries should conlacl Ihe  nearesl Ministry ul Forests Districl Ollice.  The legal descnplion ot the property will be  required.  Sites planned lor industrial fires, including  land clearing, may be inspected by a Forest  Officei lo determine conditions for sale  burning.  Areas lor domestic tires such as spring  clean up ol yard debris may not require an  inspection by a Forest Officer prior lo  issuance ol a burning permit. Permit  conditions will restrict tire size and burning  area.  Burning permits are subject to refusal or  cancellation should weather conditions or  Ihe proposed burn area be considered  unsafe.  Use ol an enclosed buinei such as a banel  with a screen covet ot noi mote than 5/8  mesh does noi requiie a burning permit.  A permit is also not requited tor camptires  howevei there are legulations governing  Ihis lype ol lire.  Ministry of Forests  burning permits are free  It you have a problem with a lire, are in  doubt about the permit or how to burn  safely, conlacl your nearest Ministry ol  Forests Districl Office.  The dates ot the annual fire season may be  extended or reduced depending on local  fire danger conditions. Current information  can be provided by the nearest Forest  District ottice.  BC��*  Ministry of  Forests  sechelt scenario  by laaraarat Watt, US-4405  It you're thinking ol patlici  pating in the Crime Writers  Weekend May 15, 16 and 17,  it's not too early to start working on your 2,(KH) words ol factual or Fictional story now. II  accepted, you will be working  with three masters of fictional  and factual crime in a wonderlul long weekend ot missing  witnesses, corrupt pirors, murder and mayhem.  Individual sessions will concentrate on helping mystery,  detective and true mine writers  10 turn llie comer to professional writing.  This workshop is pill on by  Ihe Festival ol the Written Arts  and your Instructors lor the  crime writers weekend are Gall  Howell, CatSten Stroud and Phil  Needhain.il you are interested  in Ihis workshop and would like  more information call 885  9d.t i in the meantime, get  cracking on that murder mystery.  Coast Bridge Club  The Sunshine Coast Bridge  Club has come up with an  exciling new concept for those  who like to play bridge bin art-  hard of hearing and because of  lhal don't like to come out to  the games.  1 In- club is starting to use  bidding boxes. As tar as I  understand it, you don't have to  listen lor the card being played.  You can see it instead. Now  you have no excuse for slaying  home.  The club plays in Greenecourt on Wednesdays and in the  seniors hall on Mondays.  HIimiiI donor clink'  Just a reminder thai the Ked  Cross Blood Donor Clinic has  been cancelled due to HEU job  action at St.Mary's  The clinic was scheduled be  at Ihe Sechell Legion Auditorium on Monday April I i from i  pm to 8 pm.  The next blood donor clinic  will be held sometime in  September  Everybody's Talking!  CARTEL"  (���B.C. Cellular  SALES* SERVICE  Get the convenience at ��� car phone.  No "ft-ti lo De cftdined lo youi nonie or ollice.  It wont cost ��� mint to get one now,  and we take TRADE-INS.  ACROSS FROM GIBSONS PARK PLAZA  ��� You're invited to an   EASTER PARTY   At Sunnycrest Mall   Sat., April 18  10:30 am-2:30 pm  Stop in at  GRANDMAS  and save  10%  on all  Easter Goodies  & Stuffed Animals  Grandma's Toy Box  Sunnycrest Mull (opposite Super Valiil  HWi.1044  Workwe.ar  Woi   i^H Hit) Savings at both our stores  to celebrate the Grand Opening of our  new location in Gibsons (next to Ken's Lucky Dollar)  WWW Jeans  Straight Leg or Boot Cut  2 pair (or  Quilted Shirts  Button or Snap  Canadian-made  Flannel Shirts  Reg $38.99  3 pack  Work Socks  Reg $9.99  6 pack  Tube Socks  Reg $9.99  $3499  $1999  $1999  Sato  $799  Sale  $799  ���t-Slikts  100% cotton  ���tag $9.99  aBootsby  Kaufman  Cameron James  Jeans  Rugby Style  Cords  Sale  $799  Save  $20  $1999  $999  oil  regular  price  Only  0 WORKWEN3  /IK WORLD SE  Summer  Short Sleeve  Shirts  Reg $34.99  Now Only  $24*��  Gower Point Road. Gibsons  (Next to Ken's Lucky Dollar)  Open Friday till 8 pm  886-4626  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  ^Jow Open Sunday, 11 am ,- 3 pm  885-5858  'WE'RE WORKING FOR YOU'1 ��� 100% LOCALLY OWNED AND OPERATED  --***-���** -�����--���  ^'Ct-^C^aW Coast News, Apnl 13, 1992  Karaoke  community  by '.Sounds Great Music'  Saturday, April 18  9:00 p.m.-1:00 a.m.  Pender  Harbour  w.  Legion  B   K   A   N   (.    II        I    I    J  Edgewater Counselling  Presents  Living Together  Im LcxiifteweNng to explore hovv tnlx-iiiUv yound  ,iiiililiM'lo|iiiiiiiriiiiiin,KN in yout relationship  Staying Connected  I ui dxKovvrX) have done vvorkal I'D semina*s.(l laven)  Living Men  11 ii men interested in learning .iUhii themselves through Ihe  exploration ol Imdy energy tit hniques and relating with olhei men  The Business Support Group  h�� business owners wanting lo le.irn more about ways ol  expanding thcii business through sin i essful learn building  Ix-iti'i communication, and setting and at lnovii ig gi tals.  K )R MORE INK )RMATI( in ( Al I 885-2366   April is the season <if hlimm for a variety of fruit trees, including the cherry tree, which makes this a favoured time for Iihiiii-  ���iii - Japanese Dower viewing. Celebrated in old Japan in a variety of forms, it is today primarily a time for individuals, families and friends to picnic and party under the blossoms.  Here, Ikuko Tomita and Taisuke, 10 months, Masayo  Kobayashi in hack with Kriea, 2, and Hisaka Osaka, right,  enjoy the shade nf one of Ihe numerous cherry trees to lie lound  on the Sunshine Coast.  Jih-1 Johnstone photo  gardening notes  y/Htin'i-i, ..ii*.'     ���.   ���iumin.li'  f   Gtvidm Bay  .1 HOTEL >i MARINA  ^y\ Pundef Harbour ���   ���V'  Restaurant Is Open "v  taster Weekend  Fri., Sat., & Sunday.  Wf will also beopen  Friday, Apr. 24, Sat., Apr. 25  & Sun , April 26th.  Effective May 1st  the Restaurant  will be Open  tui the  Summer  Season  SPECIAL  EASTER SUNDAY BRUNCH,  11:00 am-2:30 pm  -HP5 adults $5���� for children  taster IVi-i'ki'iul  SCOTT ANDERSON  Apr  17 Irnm1) pm    & Sal, Api   1Mb  J  Reservations Recommended  HH.-2674  by Marguerite  Welcome newcomers, especially gardeners. Easter weekend is the time when fair-  weather gardeners must come out of hibernation  liin is ,i checklist ul important jobs to  ilo Have yout soil u-si lor PH value taken  from Iwo in Ihree place in the garden. Mow  ilu lawn it needed, ami apply a lawn fertiliz-  er afterwards.  Roses should have been pruned, so they  need a teed of 6.12.14 Rose food with  micro nutrients, and can be mulched with  mature manure, compost, or peat. Plant  hardy herbaceous plants from pots, sweet  'Take out the tops of  chrysanthemums so they  will produce side shoots'  peas, container grown shrubs and summei  flowering bulbs.  The use of the lux- at this time breaks up  small weeds. Prune early flowering shrubs  like Forsylhia immediately after blooming to  promote nexl year's flowers.  Take out the tops of chrysanthemums so  Ihey will produce side shoots. Nature has  created a series of fail-safe systems to ensure  EASTER GOODIES  for People & Pets  Fresh Flowers & Plants f ^ v  I\��*;'f    Arr-angments Bouquets  Delivery Service  UNICORN  PETS & PLANTS LTD.  ���T 5654 COWRIE ST. SECHELT  V     .885-5525 LOOMIS AGENT  Portable!  Toilet  Rentals!  Special Events  Outdoor Picnics  Weddings, etc..  ���������Ml  Also Septic  Tank Pumping  ������������Jill  Bonniebrook  Industries    j  886-7064  Make the smart buy .and get back $35 in cold cash.  that seeds germinate at jusl the right time  If you don't know which conditions are  besl for germination, hedge your bets.  Divide llie seed into three, and sow a third as  SOon as yon get it Sow iiiuillii-i tluiil in the  winter ami put ihe pots outside, the remain  det sow in the spring m ihe greenhouse or on  ihe window sill  The Gibsons Garden Club meeting lakes  place in Ihe Marine Room (below the  library) on Thursday, April 23 at 7:30 pm  The speaker, Ruby Buick, will talk on laud  scaping and wild flowers.  Spring plant sale Saturday, April 25 at  Sunnycrest Mall, u:30 am, everyone welcome.  golden lifetimes  by Joyce Ostry  There's earth being moved  around at the Seniors Centre  With all the avid gardeners in  the group, il won't be long  before Ihe landscaping begins  I'm told by president Len  Herder lhat hlacktopping in the  parking and drive in areas will  soon be started  Art display  Martha Griffith brought me  a notice to include today The  painters group - Mildred Mars,  Len Herder, Fran Cornwell,  Tillie While, Isobel Draper,  Harry Halsall, Pal Saddler,  Martha Griffith, Marj Walker,  Art Develin, Enid Harrison,  Belly Ellis, Pal and George  Gould and Jean Cross will he  having a showing ul an work  Wednesday, April 2^1 at the  Seniors Hall on Mermaid Street  from 2 pm to 4 pm (apologies  to anyone whose name was  omitted)  For information plume Tillie  While al 885-2720 or Martha  Griffith at 885-9W  Senior recipe*  I'm still gathering recipes  for the seniors cook bonk I  need many more recipes -  mostly make dish meals, bul,  also many oilier kinds as well I  had hoped to have il finished in  time fot Ihe opening of the new  Seniors Centre Mail them to  me ai Box 931, Sechelt, BC Be  sure to include your full name.  (Offer validJrum April 110 December 31, IW2).  J^j  There are now over 100 Power Sman energy-efficient refrigerators to choose from. And to help you decide. Hydro is offering a $35 cash rebate.*  When you're shopping for a new Iridge. be sure to ask your salesperson to show you the qualifying Power Smart models. A complete list is also  available from your salesperson or local Hydro office. To receive our special Power Smart rebate, fill in the rebate form and  send il with proof of purchase. Your rebate will be on ils way by return mail. And because your new Iridge is Power Smart,  you also get ongoing energy savings. So you save now... and you save later.  "Rebates apply to Canadian pun hoses only.  BC hydro  & North  3 Oaks  767 North Rd.  Gibsons, B.C.  26 Adult Oriented  Single Level  Townhomes  Phase 3&4  Now Selling!  For More tiijtiitmiiiiiri  Please Call:  Twin Oaks  Development Corp.  886-4680  L Coast News, April 13, 1992  15  harbour watch  community  kTJacaVyflVtacaMt,SU-2l40  On March 25 at Si Andrews, Arch Bishop Handbrulge visited die  church Ui authorize St Andrews to beciMne a parish church, June I,  1 YuJ* v"y excili",!'"' "��w lhe churth wi" direc,|y "TWH  to the bishop in Vancouver instead of answering to the Sechelt  branch Also newly appointed Reverend Dan Gillford will be the  director ol the church Dan is exceptionally well qualified  Pender Harbour Secondary  Art 9 student, Silas White,  receives a second place in  BC certificate and money  award for his entry into Ihe  Koyal Canadian Legion  Remembrance Day poster  contest. Silas is the second  PHSS student to win  provincially in (he lasl Iwo  years.  Photo suliiniitt-il  May Day iu-ars  An important May Day meeting will lie held April 12 al 2 pm in  the Pender Harbour community hall Wanted are representatives of  service clubs or groups to attend The committee is ottering your  group a chance to fundraise with you keeping 8(1 |n r cent and the  committee keeping 20 per cent The activitily must be approved by  Ihe committee If you have any questions please conlacl Mat lent- at  883-9sH)0. The May Day theme this year will be 'caplure the Coast.'  Protect your business  A mini seminar in conjunction with Ihe RCMP will be held April  22 in the legion hall at 7 pm. Along with showing an informative  film. Constable Ruth Mi Lea will give ways and tips on what to do if  you receive a bad cheque, have a break and entry, catch a shoplifter  and much more. This is sponsored by the Chandler of Commerce.  Healthy community?  The Ministry of Health is putting on a public meeiing at the Pen  der Harbour high schixil al 7:3(1 pm April 14. The ministry is visiting  each area to gather input on physical and emotional health as a whole  in our community. Here's your chance lo voice your opinion.  As the tide i lianas  Prawns are now available for all you seafood lovers Check die  docks. Houseplant buffs - one polled plain per KM) square feel of  tlixir space can help purify indoor areas  Until next week - he good lo yourself  */\  Sunshine Coast  Credit Union  Fifty Years  19 4   1-19 9 1  In recognition of  GOOD FRIDAY  we will be closed on  Friday, April 17  Pender Harbour  Sechell Branch:  Gibsons Branch:  Branch:  Bon 375  Hm 71b  Box 28  '..ffflo.-��,���������  Ken. a Plain  Madeira Park, ll I  Sechell. If (  Gibsons, HI  von mi)  VON Ml)  WN IVO  lei hx:i ')s:u  Tel KH5 .'IMS  Tel HHbKIJl  byLpnMN*,U3-1in  There was, for all those of  you who forgot, an annual general community club meeting.  The turnout was, I guess, normal for Egmont - Id people  attended and that includes an  almost two-year-old. Who  knows, maybe Uriah will get on  Ihe board nexl year.  A wide range of topics were  covered throughout the evening,  ranging from ceiling fans to  whether we should make up a  sign slating lhat all Egmonsters  should have first dibs on the  tennis courts.  Directors elected  Elections were also held and  Geoll Craig is now out new  president wilh Marten Mees as  vice. Board of directors are  Vera Gianni, Pal Thibideau,  Larry Campo, John DaFoe and  Bill Hall. Secretary treasurer's  position went lo Belly Silvey.  The lea convenor is Vera  Grafton and smorgasbord con  venor is Belty Silvey. Thanks lo  the people who showed up at  the meeting, ihe suppnn is necessary Don't forget to renew  your community club memberships for 1992, pay your two  bucks and put your two cents in!  Quilt show winner  Right on! Heather Feani won  the quilt show in Sechelt. I  didn't make it to the show  myself, but 1 have seen Ihe quilt  called "Trip Around the Garden" in the artists home, and it  is beautiful. Headier really  knows how lo balance her  colours. Congratulations!  Celebrations  Happy April birthdays to  Doug Silvey, Larry Campo,  Gloria Fritz, Elaine Sjlvey,  Katie Devlin, Stan Jereina,  Steve Leander, Len Silvey,  Vicky Martin, Patti Jackson and  Dave Deiler. Happy anniversary  to Norma and John Martin. See  ya out Ihere.  Notice Board  Deadline for submissions is Wednivsduy noon (tor Monday distribution)  On-going submissions will be deleted utter $ weeks unless a specific renewal request is made.  We reserve the right to edit submissions for brevity  All submissions should refer to non-profit events of genuine community interest  MONDAY, APRIL 13  Canadian Red Cross bi-annual Blood Donor  Clinic he  iquireo Please come and bring a  friend  S.C. Peace Group Meeting , Robeils Creek  School Library, 7:30 pm, Jean McLaren tells ol  her Peace walk Irom Jerusalem lo Amman  Jordon. Raging Grannies entertain.  Refreshments - all welcome.  TUESDAY, APRIL 14  Sechelt Minor Softball Meeting at Sechell  Elementary 7:30 for parents, coaches &  interested people.  S.C.H.S.S. Hospice In service SI. Mary's  Hospital Board Room, 4:30 pm.  Friends of Caren Meeiing at 7:30pm, at Pender  Harbour Lions Hall.  WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15  Sunshine Coast Amnesty Internetionel  Group #160 Meeting al Sechell Elementary  School in Sechell al 7:30. For more into call  883-2472 or 885-7143.  St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary Meeting at  1:30pm at Ihe Ark, Camp Sunnse - please note  change in day this monlh. New membets most  welcome. For into 886-7937.  TUESDAY, APRIL 21  Sunshine Coast Recycling and Processing  Society (SCRAPS) Annual Meeting 7:30pm at  Kinsman Hall Oougal Park, Lower Gibsons. J.  Gurney will speak on re-cycling and solid waste  management. Election ol presidenl/dneclors lor  1992-1993.  MONDAY, APRIL 27  Canadian Cancer Society Sunshine Coasl  Unit, regular monthjly meeting, Regional Board  Office, Royal Terrace, Sechell. Pij-bic welcomed.  MISCELLANEOUS  Volunteer canvassers are urgently needed in  Ihe Roberls Creek area lor the Canadian  Cancer Society during the monlh of april. if you  are interested, have a few hours to spare over  the nexl four weeks, then please katharine  Irueman 885-2282. thank you.  75 Year Renunlon former students and stall  Boston Bar/North Bend School May 22,-24,  1992 in Boston Bar. BC. Conlact the school at  867-9222. For information.  Emily Carr College of Art Painting instruction  in mixed media with well known artist Ken  Wallace. March 28 & 29. 9:30-4:30pm, call 885-  2522.  Wildlife Rehabilitation Center inlormation  display at Trail Bay Mall, March 26,27 & 28th.  Rebirth ol Homestead building. Reg Dixon will  be singing. Raffle Tickets available.  Chatelech Secondary School Seeking  donated books. Please drop oft al Shadow Box  Gallery.  Hospital Auxiliary Sechell Branch  regular  monthly meeting April 9th at 1:30 at St. Hildas.  Please hjoin us and bring a friend.  Save Ihe Children Fund Sunshine Coast  Branch Annual Cralts Sale April 9 & 10th all day  Trail Bay Mall.  To put your craft lair or cultural event on the  Community Calendar at the Arts Centre,  phone 885-5412, Fridays.  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum's will be open  six days a week until further notice. Located al  716 Winn Road across Irom Post Office,  wheelchair accessible. Info 886-8232  Totem Lodge - Everyday is visiting day at  Totem Lodge. Visit Ihe pioneers ot your community.  The Parent Tot Drop In program at the following locations: Gibsons: Mon. Wed. Fri in United  Church Hall Sechelt: Mon. at St Hilda's Church  Hall. Davis Bay: Tuesdays in Wilson Creek Com  Hall. Thursdays at St. Andrews Anglican Church  Pender Harbour 9:30 - 11:00 am Usual Time:  9:30 lo 11:30 al most locations Fee: $3.00 per  parent and child. Family rate $5.00  Folk Dancing at Roberts Creek School,  Community Use Room. Every Tues 7:00 - 9:00  pm. Fee $3.00 Drop in, everyone welcome.  Epilepsy - Do you have or know someone who  does? Find out what the doctors are not telling  you. If interested maybe slart a support group,  call 885-6126  The Inter-Active Video Business Disc  Program is now available at the Sunshine  Coast Business Development Centre. 4205-  5710 Teredo Square, Inio 685-1959. The user  lee is only $10.00 lor three 3 hour sessions.  MONDAYS  SI. Hilda's A St. Andrew's Youth Group every  Monday night. All young people welcome. Call  885-6036, lor more info.  Gibsons Pensioners Branch 131 Scottish  Country Dancing at Harmony Hall at 8:00 pm.  Information 886-3043.  Sunshine Coast Breast Feeding Support  Group. Informal drop-in meetings on Ihe first  Monday of each month. Luinda, 886-4502 or  Wendy, 885-2950.  Seniors' Branch 69, Carpet Bowling, Mondays  1:30 pm. Exercise with Joan Frembd Mons. 4  Thursdays-11-12.  Overeaters Anonymous 7:30 pm. Holy Family  Church Hall., Sechelt. Phone 885-2108 or 886-  4781 lor details.  Adult Children of Alcoholics or  Dysfunctional Families meet at St. Mary's  Church Hall in Gibsons, 7:30 - 9.  Sunshine Coast Breakaway Parents Meeting  for parents concerned about their children's  drug & alcohol use. 807 Kiwanis Way, Gibsons.  7:30 pm. For info call 886-2423.  TUESDAYS  Life Drawing 10:00-12:30pm. Draw Irom Ihe  figure in the company of other artists. Bring your  own materials and $3 to cover costs. The Art  Centre.  First Tuesday of every monlh. local art rental ft  sales at Sunshine Coast Art Centre. Open 2-  6pm. Coffee served. Original works by Sunshine  Coast artists lor sale or rent; any donations of  unused frames gratefully accepted. 885-5412.  Gibsons Table Tannis Club plays every  Tuesday, 7 - 10 p.m. Elphinstone Secondary  School Cafeteria. For more inlormation, call Jim  at 886-2775.  WEDNESDAYS  Badminton every Wednesday evening, 8-10  p.m. at Elphinstone High School Gym.  Admission: $3.00. Drop in.  Sunshine Coast Toastmasters meeiing every  Wednesday at 7:30 pm at Chatelech High  School, Room 112, Info 885-3206. Guests welcome  Find Milton's "Paradise Lost" wilh Jan de  Bruyn at Eldercollege. $15 for 6 Wed. afternoon,  beginning April 1. Pre-regislration a must. Call  Julie at Capilano College, 685-9310. Also watch  for Ikebana in May.  Gibsons Pensioners Organization Branch  ���38 Carpel Bowling at Harmony Hall every Wed  at 1:00 pm. Inio 886-2073.  THURSDAYS  Birth Control Clinic at Coast Garibaldi Health  Unit, 494 S. Fletcher. Gibsons Thursday Irom 7  lo 9 pm. Eveiyone welcome, no appointment  necessary. 885-7770.  3C's Weight Loss Support Group meets every  Thursday afternoon 12:45-2:30pm, at Ihe Uniled  Church, Glasslord Rd.. Gibsons. Inio: 886-7159  Seniors' Branch 69. Exerciso with Joan  Frembd Mondays ft Thursdays 11-12.  Adull Children of Alcoholics or  Dysfunctional Families meel at the Action  Centre in Sechelt, 7:30 - 9.  FRIDAYS  Uniled Church Thrift Shop in basement ol  church off Truman Rd., open Fridays, 1 to 3 pm.  Square Dancing - plus level 8:00 pm, Seniors'  Hall, Sechell. Beginners classes start Sept.  Register now. Info 885-9680 or 885-9500  Gibsons Old Age Pensioners Org Branch #38  Tia Chi for seniors at Harmony Hall every Friday  at 1:30 pm. Into 886-9619  SUNDAYS  The Sunshine Coast Stamp Club meet 7:30  pm 1st and 3rd Sunday at Sechell Library.  Phone 885-3381 or 865-7088. Open lor all  ages.  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North of Garden Bay Rd.,  Hwy 101 883-9541  Pander  Harbour  Legion  Branch 112  Members & Quests  Always Welcome  Telephone 883-9632  I'.mlVr ll.fh,���,,. IK 88J-2650  LIVE RAIT-TaU'KU: SIIOF  CONVENIENCE STORE  Pender Harbour's ONLY  Full Line Sporting Goods Store  Francis Penensula Place  Coiner ol Sunshine Coast Hwy. &  Francis Peninsula Rd. 883-2763  CONTRACTING  MOBILE HOMES  NEW AND USED  INSTANT HOUSING  883*9338 OR 580*4321  CALL COLLECT  NEED  THIS  SPACE?  CALL DENISE AT  885-3930  Madeira Park Fun House  Pun fur tha- whole family.  7PAYSAW15gK I  883-9880  ROOFING  i?>oqI��|  Tar fi Gravel, Shakes, Shingles,  Metal Roofs, Torch On, Durolds  883-9303  Peninsula Power  & Cable Ltd.  High and low voltage power lines  Outdoor Sub-Stations  883-2218  Cert. 7111  Hugh W. Jones  IAWYER  883-9525  Ray Hansen Trucking||  & Contracting  Gravel, deeming  Septic Systems  883-3252  DINING  NEED  THIS  SPACE?  CALL DENISE AT  885-3930  &a  *       ia,,h . laVaitaaifmnt Natal!  Garden  Bay  Hotel  Putt' Wat.rim.n ttntautattt - Mwii.yp  Alt Ctt.tl.f. - Flatting CltattPta ��� Bia. a.nt.t.  Pub Restaurant  8832674 883-9919  Pender Harbour  Realty  883-9525  l-AXi 883-9524  ��� ;  HAIRDRESSERS  w matrix  Miss Siinnv's  HAIR BOUTIQUE  883-2715  SERVICES  daJ 11.  Coast News. Aptil I .. 1992  feature  Finding firm anchorage in tbe  turning tides of Halfmoon Bay  lv KtrUi nwtuN I ~    ~~ "���'   ly Ktit* TNrkt*  HiiliiniHin Bay, tlu- epitome  ol tranquility, the ultimate mol  to retire   It's  packed  with  wildlife and access to ideal  recreation lx- it fishing. Nialinj;  or just sitting on the olil porch  It's nestled nicely against the  ocean ami is overflowing with  the sounds and sights ol the sea,  including the massive old rusl  ing anchor in the middle of the  hay  Ever wondered nist how,  when and wh) thai .iik lun got  there' Most people in the be)  seem lo just lake Ihe old hunk ol  iron tor granted   "It's heen there  as long as 1 can remember," is  the dominant reply Cio see  Queenie, ihey all said she's  been here forever.  Indeed she has. since I'M1),  before the Sunshine Coast was  anything more than fishing and  logging 'Queenie' is really  Queenie Burrows, and she can  remember when Halfmoon Hay  Wasn't on the map and her  house nexl to the store was one  of only ii few in the bay, "Nov.  all my neighbours are million  aires," she observes  "The old anchor.' Oh yeah. I  know how it got there," Queenie  says. "I even know who put it  there." She motions to go see  Bill Dolmage across the hay  "He's an old sea captain you  know."  Indeed. Bill Dolmage had  been roaming the seas around  B.C. since 1920. belore retiring  to Hallmoon Bay in 1472. He  This anchor, ni iginall.a Ii urn a British inivy hatlk-ship, mm sits on a ruck in Halfmoon Bay.  Keith I Im ki-ll photo  decided he wanled lo bring a little ocean nostalgia with him.  He iirsi dredged the anchor  oul of Howe Sound in the '60s;  alter discovering a small  engraving embedded in il his  curiosity got the better of him.  A smti 11 stamp called "Tilt-  Royal Navy Broad Arrow" had  been etched on it and that was  the clue thai got Dolmage motivated. He knew exactly where  the anchor came from. "I used  lo play hooky Irom school in  Vancouver, lake the old North  Vancouver lerry over and play  on this very anchor when it and  three others were lying on a  North Shore beach."  According to Dolmage, the  anchor was cast in England  some time last century . "ll was  brought over to Est|iiimalt when  it was still a Royal Navy base.  The British used Ihis type of  anchor as moorage for the bat  lleships of Ihe Firsl World War  because at that time Esipiimalt  had no wharfage "When Ihe  British transferred the base to  Canadian control sometime alter  Bill Homage had worked on the ocean since 1920 hefore retiring to Halfmoon Bay in 1972.  Keith Thirkell photo  WW I, Ihey probably sold the  anchors for scrap because of the  live tons of iron in them - which  is how ihey wound up in North  Van," he recalled.  Dolmage went on to run one  of Ihe largest tug Heels in B.C.  for nearly 50 years and his company was doing work in Howe  Sound when they later came  across the submerged anchor.  Between the 1920s and Ihe  1940s someone had brought the  anchor over from North Vancouver lo Gambier Island to use  as a float anchor. Dolmage salvaged the anchor and laid it in  from of his North Vancouver  olfice until he retired.  Dolmage sold his company  in 1955 after he said he'd made  all Ihe money he needed, but Ihe  Powell River Company enlisted  his services and for the next 15  years he became the head of  marine operations for MacMil-  linn Bloedel.  When he finally did settle  down lo retire he thought it  would be nice to have some  kind of memento of his seafaring years - such as a five-ton  anchor mix-red lo a rock in front  of his house.  Even if Ihe huge relic loses a  pound of metal a year to rust, it  should he around for a good  long time. What belter symbol  lo help anchor Halfmoon Bay as  a Sunshine Coasl tourist destination.  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Soldiers of 16 and 17 next to  him fell in the mud beside men of 28  and 35: the machine-gun fire didn't dis-  At the Sechelt Legion, April 9, Ted  Surtees, upper left, recalls his days  of WW I while others, above, prefer  to share a few songs on the 75th  anniversary of Ihe battle for Vimy  Ridge.  criminate. "They were mowing men  down as fast as they could point  machine guns at them," said Surtees.  Part of the British army backing up  the Canadian assault on the ridge, at one  point Surtees' regiment passed the  Canadian forces marching into battle,  when one soldier turned to ask him  "Where's the goddamn shooting  gallery?" He and the tens of thousands  of Canadian casualties at Vimy soon  found out.  There was never time to look out for  those who fell, said Surtees, whether  they were dead or wounded: it was  strictly a matter of survival. As for the  fear, "you were always on the jump,"  said Surtees, "but there was no such  thing as letting it show that you were  scared."  On Thursday, Surtees and six other  Vimy veterans - Bob Harvey, Joe Mil-  holm, Tom Ritchie, Jim Derby, John  Forbes and Erwin Kirkland - gathered  with friends and family for an honourary lunch at the Sechelt legion to  mark the 75th anniversary of the battle  of Vimy Ridge. Amid the sounds of  lunch time conversation, the veterans  sat at a table next to the Canadian flag  while the piano played "Long Way to  Tiperary" and remembered those they'd  fought with at Vimy, regarded as one of  most important battles in forming the  Canadian forces and a turning point in  First World War.  In some ways, said Surtees, there's  more known about Vimy and World  War 1 today than there was at the time  of the battles, because the confusion,  mud and atmosphere of fear during the  war made it virtually impossible lo  know what was happening. "When we  were in Ihe trenches, we didn't know  what was going on anywhere else," said  Surtees. "A man couldn't find oul what  happened a few yards away from him  Back row left tn right. Venerable James Whittles lines up with the coast's remaining veterans of World War I: Ted Surtees, John Forbes, Jim Derby, Tom Ritchie; front row left to right: Joe Milham. Bob Harm, and Erwin Kirkland,  Joel Johnsione photos  until a long time after."  Afterwards, the names on the crosses  often didn't match the men who were  buried. "It was impossible for them to  tell who the people were."  Like many young men who enlisted  to fight underage in the "war to end all  wars", Surtees was a kid of 16 when he  decided war would be more exciting  than his job working underground in a  mine in England's north country. "At  that time there were men of every  description getting into the army," he  said. "Young men, especially, thought il  would be a good holiday...there was no  fear of war." Recruitment posters with  Lord Kitchener's pointing finger followed him around, he said. "No matter  where you walked, he was still pointing  at you." Originally set lo join a bicycle  regiment, he soon found himself in Ihe  infantry when Ihe army realized thai  "you couldn't ride  bicycles around  op quality  computer output.  Now available on the Coast.  You can get the very best in output from your  desktop computer by using our new Linotronic 200  Imagesetter and Howtek Scanmaster II technology.  The Linotronic 200 will provide amazing  typesetting tjuality output of text or illustration  from your Macintosh or IBM/PC. This will  make all your final work look the very best it  possibly can.  Our Scanmaster II can provide B&W or colour  scans in either continuous tone or bitmap  configurations. With our scanning capabilities the  sky is the limit as far as your creative horizons are  concerned.  Take advantage of our state-of-the-art computer  hardware for all your quality output needs.  You can't beat the convenience or our superb  service. For details and further information  please call 886-2622 and ask for Roger.  VISA  GLASSFORD  PRESS  DESIGN STUDIOS  trenches."  In a photo from that time. Surtees  smooth young face stares out from the  sepia tones of his uniform. His hat rests  on a table beside him and the shine of  his boots catch the light.  He soon discovered, however, that  war was less glamourous.than he'd  imagined: He slept lying in Ihe damp,  with ammunition pouches strapped to  his body. He got dysentery. He fought  in trenches thai were wet all the time.  "It was an awful life to live, but you  were only one of many," said Surtees.  "If they could do it, 1 could do it."  As it turned out, of course, many of  those other men didn't make it. Two of  Surtees' friends who were bugle players  were both killed the first year they went  into war.  Surtees also had several close calls  during his four years in the Firsl World  War: once a bullet lodged between his  boot heel and his foot, and another time.  he discovered a German bullet which  had found ils way into his own ammunition pack. After going through his  leather jerkfn, shirt and sweater it had  lodged within a half inch of his body.  Army life did have some advantages,  said Surtees. "You found out a lol of  things about people you would never  have known about."  Despite being quickly disillusioned  over war. "once 1 had started something, 1 fell 1 should see it through,"  said Surtees.  But if he had to do it over, he said,  he wouldn't be in such a hurry for the  battlefield. "If the country was in trouble 1 would defend it again." he said,  "bul it wouldn't be because 1 was young  and foolish."  He ran his finger along an inscription  from old medal hanging off his breast  pocket: "The great war for civilisation".  "What a hoax." he said. 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Sundaes ft Banana Spins  Fiee home delivery mlhin ' miles, ,iffiv 5ptn,0h $ HI 00  minimum outers Small charge tot outers under $ 10.00  Come in and discover your liivoute at Ernie   & (aivivis  FAMILY DINING  Andy's Restaurant i uoch uul dlnnei  special rtm .Liv Even Weitaculfl) nighi  ts hum- Kih Nlflll   HoiISC RfWClaltlt'B  [nclmle wal dtejics, itraka, seafood, iw��n(  pizza, i lun find and Ion vi M w dnlica  Don*! miss Andy's area) Brunch Buffet  eVCf) \uihii% In-ill 11 .Mil - 1 >U I'm  H..*  101, Oltaimt, W6-33S8 Open Swklny and  Mtntikiy II  .tin - ** t*"1- Iih*mLi\   S.ihudiv  II am- I0|*m  The Boat House lust .1 fen) ride awaj tn  beautiful Horseshoe Bay, offerlnj datl)  choices <<l fresh and Hash Froien seafood  from the West, BMandOull Cnutaaswrll  .is,1 variety ofctiw .specialties Joinusaftci  5 i<in tut dinnei 01 for onr speciaculai  .Suini.n hit mi ii mved between in ���<��� .un  ���md J pm Frieodlj service in 1 relaxed  atmosphere and fabulous meals are jusl  soi no ol tin- reasons yoo'll keep coming  khk it you have an inrutan icndeavan  ��r j tt*n> 10 uii.ii. ptnae ht its lum ind  we'll make il<r necenan Kcnntnudannra  Pm tesemtkns uii 9314m All major  credit cards accepted  Cafe Pierrot - Comfortable itmo��nhert  ��tih warn), hclptul statf  If-mk-nudt' |<,ts-  t.is. ouiches and dait) apedafai aie .ill fte-  nana with tin' freslnsi ingiedlend bath  ht-jliliitil md delidoua. Ont whole win-.it  bread and acrompooia deaaerta m baited  fash tLuiy, on tik- premises 1 hatride (Hning,  late out orders for the teach and cappudoo  are available riir Coasts's bistro .is  unique .is tin* Coast itself Mrmda) i��  .Saturday, -* ,nn - 5 put Closed Sunda)  Teredo Square, Sechell Pttoth* ahead foi  >iHirliBictr U3--9962  Coast Club Cafe Bright, open, casual dht-  nit t����f bteakaUad .imi lunch fttah is the  iHtiit i��l the di> tm .ill .'t itit menu Hem  Rip knj2tT>., [wsta ihslvs. M^ican s|��\ 1.1K,  siimlwil'th's, s-tlfhls .uul .t a.int'U nt (Lilly  featuraa With a Buropean flair, iht* Coasi  Club Cafe offers dralru at reasonable  prices Ones tram (���n *wh km us foi  weekend brunch   ��i<�� wharl \\c.  Secbeh, R8S.QM4   Visa, M.*si,-u.it��| .uul  American Eapreta accepted - aeatfaif for ����  Oar Lebanon Restaurant ��� NOW OPEN  III (illts.Hls ['.lit, IM.IM. 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(ilBSONS PARK PLAZA, IMS) HWY.  101 Come enjo) out Uoumicl Chinese  Btitfet featuring ovei 16 hut dishes plus  mlad I-" A ikwrtt Also fenluring two tull  sei\kc menus Inclwling Canadian Oibiitr  I inn hot Dlnnei 1 kensed premises, dining  facilities fm meetings banquets ml [amies  Hours Sunda) - nuiwiaj 11 Worn ��� 10  1 mi hkUy .v Saturday, 11 -Outi - ll Hi  l>ui. lunch buffet 11 K) am - 2 10 inn. dm-  nn buffet 4 m pm k 10 pm Pb reservations call 886- lies Vlsa/Mutercard  .m e-pted  The Wharf Open m breakfast, lunch and  dinnei leven days a week Breathtaking  ocean riew and sunsets from even lable  Contbrntal cuisine .md seafood al us beat  S1nhi.1v Brunch from 8 am - ' pm Fully  licenced and ah conditio n< .1 Dkincf tcaer*  \1ti1ins reconunrnded Hw) nil. Davis  lii\ SS5-72U  Backeddy Pub Enjo) the natural beaut)  ni lervls Wet wtale tasting one of ou man)  hmiicstyle s|VM.ilties in ihe puh. ot the  casual sum-undines of out family restJU*  !,(in thir ".Skookum aBmger" is a iiniirni.:i-  t" the biggest appetite Backcdd) rub -  kvMed \I2 link ih-nti ot !:.f!ik<nt Ofl Maple  R.st.1  Cedars Neighbourhood Pub  Oral food  ever, day all iLty \[ijy-ti/.'is tiki tull menu  ikmg ��u!i lerntic tiiily sptvials. av.ul.it'lc  'til9pmeven ni^ln We re imownforau  great atrnospnere md good times Sun -  lliuis open ni midnight, 1 n \ Sat open  ni 1 am Visa, .Mastercard and maervatJoni  accented BS64I7I  kvine's Landing Pub - Dhm menu oflen  a varfet) "t iqfnaen and entnes featuring  local pmduceand beak s.ati*,��i In 1 idased  Kiting wkhecean view Average dinner foi  two, 130 We're now open Wednesday  dstargh .Sunday, 1^ n-��tt nil 11 |>m ��uh  oui Utchen open (ton nmin nil 8 pm  Pender Harbour, SM-ius. MaatocardA  Visa hilK liuiktsl  FINE DINING  Blue Heron Inn I idea, tfe vkm of tat  Ptatpofsr Bar fmm yma able m die Hne  ���Heron inn. located "n tin- waterfrmtt "  Potpotae Bt) Retas and enjoj .t npeth  diniii): experience lUservitioni are  tequitrd for dhaei Wtmerbiiuni tted ���  Sim I 'irUi ] 1 .,111 J |in .lirirx-i *> imu  ��s< ..1-  Lord Jims Resort Hotel \ bmob! * fea  .��t Ifmrmaafa) hhodi md ���Maaaspn Strah  set the theme fa 1 beautiful night om  l-ik'tkih. couneous waff, nne Imemaitonsl  Ltusitii- Comfortable .wtrouadings, infi  ���mnak mdgood wfne adduptomake ^.iir\  a night in remember We arc no* open  FniLty, aSahrnfe) *r*\ Sonde) evesaags bom  6pm until ��|in foi you dining enjnymefl  Fm teservatlons 01 more informatioa  [4easecaD885-70M  The Terrace at Bonniebrook rbe  Terrace at .Qtmnfefaroak, aflers nperb Wea  r<wst cntatae in a pictureauue and refaudng  Ii Klge setting V. e ti(t.f tirsh I, ol W' to ul.  expertly prepared in a varied menu of eppe-  tl7ers. entrees and demen  f-bflou OdWCt  Point Road to Ocean Beach Esplanade  l j��* fm spnng re*openiog announcement  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Emie & Gwen's Drive In - Take out, or  deliver) Ptaaa, dinners, nlads, burtets,  chkkett, desserts, drinks, ice cream Free  feme delivery unhui 4 miles, after 3 pm  iml\.<mfdO minimum i*-kT; Smaflttagje  for orden umfet iio Hwy lot Gihsons.  BS6-7SI3  Pender music society fine  tuning its cultural horizons  b�� JamS��y-l  On ii hill just up Irom the  governmenl wharf in Madeira  Park, Ihe swooping music ol  Brahma limits oU tlu- open iIihii  ni mi immaculate white build  ing  Inside ii group of aboul 50  crowd into tlu- available st-uts on  .i Sunda) afternoon, while sun  liulil lillcts down pnsl the dricil  Itowen fiml obligatorv bust of i  compoaet on the shell, to the  burnished suilnce ot the piano  The classical concerts held  hen aboul mice a month are jusl  one ol the ptnjecls oif-ani/cil hy  ihe Pendei Harbour Music Sod  ely lu addition there are also  I.i// |h-i loi malices, a umMlwiml  quintet, a community choir and  a music school    to name a lew  ni the activities brewing,  And while some people on  the Coasl mighl Ik- surprised lo  I ind such a thriving musical  community north of Sechelt.  organizer Ann Barker isn't. "We  do it for selfish reasons," she  says, "because we want to have  the music here. That's a real  The 1'eiider Hurhour Music Society litis converted Ihe uld forestry huildin-- in Madeiru Park into u  pastoral seltinu fur arts anil eulei tiilnment.  attitude liere in Pender Harbour,  If you want something, you  make il happen."  Many of the music society's  events happen in the lighl, airy  afiYi Ktr    1 OO  4��  e��  Saturday April 18   with   Russ Clarke  & The Sunshine Ramblers  <f��f  r��i&��  Closed Good Meat Draw  Friday I Every Saturday  (Fortneriv t ilbtons Pentei ostal' I>uk hi  School Road, opposite HCHP  Suiitl.iy School 9:45 am  Morning Worship 11 :oo am  Sunday Evening Service 7:00 pm  Phone: Church OrTice ��� 8B6-7107  Pa$tOl K.iv Austin B8M844  Youth P.isttu I. 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A Warm Imitation To All  Foi iiititiin.iiiifii please call  885-2506cu HHViitHH  ST BARTHOLOMEW'S  ANGLICAN CHURCH  Mm HH .llNorlhRil HHiVr.|l(l  Sfnina; dibsons & ffohrrf, Crea?fV  Worship t, Bible Sludv  Wednesday 11130 am  Parish Family Eucharist  Suiid.n 111:311 am  ANGLICAN  CHURCH  OF CANADA  Good Friday ��� St. Hilda's,  11 a.m. Stations ot the Cross  Easier Sunday, Holy Communion  9:30 a.m.-St. Hilda's, Sechell  11:10 a.m. ��� St. Andrew's, Pender  I lai hour  Come crlphratv with lis  We invite yon to cehhrate Ihe /oy  ol faster with us!  885-51)1'!  Rev. lune Malfin ��� Rei n.in Gilford  GIBSONS COMMUNITY  FELLOWSHIP  Welcomes You To Inin Us in  Sunday Worship  Children's Progress 10330 am  Piayei in on am  Morning Worship Service 10 4S am  VVednesday 7:00pm  199 Gowei Point Road  HHI.7114'1  1'a.iftf Munii si.n If.in  The Rev. Esther North, Re< tur  ROMAN CATHOLIC  CHURCH  Mill -���( Iif tltilr  tjalurrJai  soopm St Mays, C*bsom  e��epl Apnl IH  Sundav  fl45 am Our lady nt Lniiirles  q45am Holy Family, Sechell  n 40 am St Mar/i, Gtosoos  Holy Wee k  Thon-April 16th 7.10 pm St Marys  Frtd-jyvKprl 1 nh        J on pm St Mary*!  Saturday-April Ifllh     7:30 pm Si Mary's  ( ontiM-aion*.  SedreJl  IMA 3rdSat4 00-4jnpm  Cflnom  2nd & 4lti Sat 4 30- 5 00 pm  Telephone Rfl5-9S2h  The Key to Success.  Gibsons ��� 8<StS-2(.22 1  Sechelt ��� 885-3930 '  room which used to serve us ;i  garage lur the ranger station in  Madeira Park. Five years ago,  the building was bought for  community use by the regional  ilislriel These days, while lire  prevention slickers can still lie  seen in the corners of Some whitlows, ihoy are overshadowed by  musical scales and past awards  from the Sunshine Coast Music  Festival, which line the walls.  Anion-* other things, the society helps rim a 15-member community choir, which performs  tit Christinas concerts and other  local events throughout the year.  There's also a five-piece  Malaspina Winds group, and  even a 15 to 20 piece big band  known as the Harbour Lights,  who perform for dances and  local celebrations all over the  Coast.  Free music lessons are also  offered as a service to the community. Says Barker: "There are  always some parents who come  wilh their kids, ll helps il there's  support in the family."  Three years ago, llie society  decided it would also be a good  idea lo bring outside performers  in to Pender Harbour. "It's so  far away to go for anything,"  says Barker. "If we can bring  our own entertainment here, it  saves people going to town and  slaying overnight."  In addition tu the classical  concerts, Ihere are j a z /: and  poetry evenings and country  music hoedowns. In fact, the  country music can draw as many  as 17(1 people. "That's the one  lhal draws a big crowd," says  Barker. "The main thing is lo  include as many people as possible."  Touring grants front the  provincial Ministry of Tourism  and Culture usually pays half  the cost for BC performers, "We  fight for every dollar we can  get," says Barker. The rest is  made up through admission.  And attracting acts to Pender  Harbour is becoming easier -  especially since the society's  latest acquisition of a Knabe 'ill  concert grand piano, which was  rebuilt by a professor from UBC  as a hobby. "We decided we  wanted a good piano," says  Barker, "and he gave us a very  good price. It has a gorgeous  lone."  The next big project will be  expanding the building towards  the water, and putting in large  glass windows to provide an elegant setting for band concerts in  the summers.  Although it's usually a core  of local people who attend the  concerts, Barker says performances have been known to  draw music enthusiasts fmm  Sechelt and Gibsons, who  appreciate the special atmosphere of the Pender scries.  "People are becoming more  interested and aware of what  we're doing," says Barker.  Diueeii Lee, Joyce Fowler and Ann Barker of the Pender Harbour Music Society. Jane Seyd photo  f REE EENE4E* i  APRIL 6-16 WITH THIS AD !  Rent a new release and  get a regular movie at no charge  'except weekends  NEW RELEASES i  Curly Sue  Black Robe  '<  COMING SOON      Ricochet  ' The Last Boy Scout., btlout  i     Little Man Tate     Necessary     PAST PICS    ���  , People Under the^foughness Class Action  Stairs 101 Dalmatlons     Switch  My Own . Cadence  Private Idaho 1       Sr     Silence of the  29th Street \K Lambs  Frankle & Johnny      WF    ���       The Doors  Dances with Wolves  l   VIEEC EEC.  i, SUNNYCREST MALL  886-8312  OVER 2,000  Selected Movies Includung Children's Movies t iMst Nt-ws, April 13, 1992  19  leisure  Coast Academy appoints  versatile new manager  The Coast Academy of  Dance ami Pine Arts continues  its intense expansion with the  promotion ol Sue Thompson to  the |Kisiiiuii of school manager.  Thompson, under the direction of Nicola kiiiniy, will  oversee the ilay In day opera-  lions am! will In- in charge of  running the academy Irom a  business perspective, with the  help ni Kathciiiie IVnliain. who  is luiih teacher and secretary to  the school  Born in Montreal, Thump  son spent her eaily school years  in Ontario before mining back  io Montreal, when- she gradual  ed from high school Alter a  two ye.u interior design ionise  in Boston, she spent a year  working in an interior decorator's shop ill Marblehead,  Mass., and two years winking  as an assistant buyer lor the  home furnishings departmenl of  a Virginia departmenl store.  All ol this experience has  been an asset lo Coast Academy of Dance, wilh ils tastefully  decorated studio and elegant  office furnishings, Thompson  returned to Montreal lo leach  arls and crafts to senior citizens  for Iwo years before moving to  Vancouver, where she dressed  windows lor Sweet Id fashion  stores in Vancouver. Thomp  son's creative talents aie esseu  lial lo her new posilion ami her  artistic touches have already  "ItHHH/'SIHI 's  creative talents  are essential to  her neit' positum'  made an impression.  In addition to her creative  and original ideas, Thompson's  exceptional inter-personal skills  Sue I liiiiiipsnii  ami excellenl organizational  abilities an- a perfect balance to  the highly artistic dance and  modeling stall thai she works  with. As the molhei of a daughter who is training in the field  of dance, Thompson can appreciate the perspective of the parent, the school and ihe sludent.  The Coast Academy of Dance  and Fine Arls is fortunate to  have Thompson in ihe new  capacity and the institution continues to blossom under her  guidance and supervision.  bridge  .���taa***-     ��� ���������������������    ���   ���������_,!,>;������,������:    ���:'.,,.M.  spring in Paris  Gourmet Night  Friday - April 24th  Five Course Dinner  Dine and Dance to the Music of  "The Visitors"  a Jazz & Blues Ensemble  7:00pm to   Dress  for the Occasion  Pull out Your  Roaring 20's Outfits  (optional)  Book Early  Limited Seating  (50 only)  )        Located on l: Porpoise Bay Rd  For Reservations Gill 885-3847  TTZT  Art centre  Vital Signs  Opening this Wednesday and  remaining for three weeks,  Vital Signs shows figure drawings from the life drawing  group which has met al the arts  centre lor several years.  Vital Signs provides insight  inio Ihe creative process in general and die nature of personal,.  style in particular.  Exploration of Ihe human  figure is one of llie most  rewarding means by which  artists can develop and resolve  iheir own vocabulary of marks,  gestures and forms.  Figure drawing  Sludy from the live model is  a crucible in which perceptive  analysis, academic knowledge,  skill and sensitivity with media  and creative interpretation are  melded in varying proportions.  Since the human figure is al  once so banal, so charged wilh  significance and so subtle in ils  flexions and inflections, its portrayal is a ireacherous minefield  of nuances requiring the mosi  diligent attention from the  artist.  No single approach besl  by Rudy Notzl  Less than three years ago.  Vicki Smith knew nothing of  bridge Then some tiiends who  played llie game talked her inio  attending a class on tlu- ACBL  "Chili Series "  ll opened a whole new  world lor the Mono Hay. Ca .  Woman     She   went   on   lo  became an avid duplicate play  er and her perseverance and  good play earned hei llie RiHik  ie oi iiie Veai award  Hei advice to new players  "You should definitely go to  tournaments  Some people  think they an- not good enough  to go lo a tournament, bul there  are games lor new playeis al all  ol lliem "  Sriiiili amis lo liecome a Life  Master in 1992.  Uridyl- winners  Sunshine Coast Bridge club  Winners for March .III ate Joy  Wilson and Joy Middlelon,  firsl; Pat Ashby and Doris  Housley, second; lean Coyle  ami Paltl Phillips, third; Millie  Burchill and Cecelia Scott,  fourth,  For Aptil I, Joy Wilson ami  Joy Middlelon, firsl; Gladys  Warner and Cecelia Macintosh,  second  Coming up: the April 24  2d tournament in Burnaby. For  car pools and partnerships  phone KKS-55-'i2. ACHL contest: I) Pat Ashby 2) Patli  Phillips.  showing  exhibit  answers the potential ol ihis  subject you will see rapid ges  lural sketches, cropped detail  investigations, dispassionate  visual vivisection, lender cliar-  aclerlzalions and dramatically  energetic interpolations.  There will be a closing  reception lor, die artists on llie  last day of Ihe show, Saluiday,  May 2 al 2 pm, lo which everyone is invited. Refreshments  will be served.  Viewing hours for the show  are 11 am lo 4 pin Wednesday  to Saturday and I to 4 pm Sundays.  PASTIMES  We Have  Hollow Eggs  Chickens  Bunnies  Bubbles & Wands  Baskets  Sand Pails  and much more!  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■  -   :.  -.- ( .wst News, April II, 14*12  21  sports  Ride barrels of fun at Western Day  Ever wonder win-re all llie  COWboyi have (���one? Nut the  ilruj; Mure variety wearing large  huts with unnecessary swimI  hands, hut the real thing Guys  who  know horses  battel than they ilo       most people     Ciilv  -sons  has  its own  iinswet to the question living just out  side    the    town's  hoiinilaiii's on North  Road.   His inline is  Ted Bowie and he's spent virtually all his SO phis years on or  around horses  The 25 year (oil and on)  Coast resident talked to the  Coast News lasl wirk alxitil the  Upcoming Western Day festivities to lake place at the riding  rink Miiuil the swimming pooL  Bowie was instrumental in starling the western equestrian event  last year and assumed a lot of  Ihe responsibility fot this year's.  While he talked, Bowie  I think ll ell  do all right..'  - led lit uric  placed horseshoes on a lanky  three year-old quarter horse  named Boliliy, the animal Bow it-  will ride in the April 18  show7coiii|aetilion.  "I think we'll do        all righl," Bowie  said ahout the barrel race he and his  lmrse have entered,  "although there's  going lo be some  gixxl competition "  In the barrel  race, riders gallop their horse  around three barrels (usually oil  drums) sel out al equal distances  apart Speed, agility, and quick  reflexes are a musl tor the horse,  while those astride are expected  to display courage and superior  riding skill.  There is prize money for the  winners, too, not just in barrel  racing (S2IHI) but nil the other  events like western horsemanship ($I(X��, keyhole ($I(K>), and  calf tying ($100), As a result of  the cash rewards, and because  such events an- good lun, tidets  are expected lioni 111(1 Mile  House, Vancouver Island and  around the Lower Mainland  Bowie's eight year old daughter  is travelling with hei molher and  horse Irom Williams Lake to  participate.  Tin- call tying event, accord  ing to Bowie, will use car tires  cut in half with wooden legs  attached rather than real calves.  "We don't want the SPCA peo  ple mad at us," Bowie admits.  In all, Bowie thinks the event  will lv well attended and tenia  live plans are underway for a  couple more events this sum-  tnei There will be a dollar  admission lot spectators, with  all the proceeds going to Ihe  Canadian Cancer Society All  idling events have an entry lee  (between S3 and $20 depending  on event) and anyone wanting lo  participate can phone 8X6 2205  or 8X6 <M70  TERMINAL  forest Products Ltd.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  Competitive Prices  Camp Run  CEDAR -FIR - HEMLOCK  886-7033  ������;������:-.;-.  lis  Ted Howie shoes 'Bobby' in preparation for Western Day in Gibsons Easter Saturday. Stuart Burnside photo  Your Full Floor Covering Store  "Quality it Service With a Friendly Smile"  Free Estimate - 885-3966 - Tom Styles  5606 Su"Vi'i.fl C.o.i'ii Hwy , Stiriwut VON JA.0   I'M1 ' S.illWnler Licences  XjU1  Molel A Campsites 'Wiiloi l"'< a***^*^ -  ' M.iiinc Ivi'if.iiis  ' I. e nnd Tackle  J  ^PRECISE PAINTING &  PLASTER^  ��� All Pluses of Drywall  ��� Complete Custom Painting  ��� Fire & Waler Damage  ��� Journeyman Workmanship  Neile  Vina*  V   8860928            FreeEuinutM  886-9199V  ( AQUA BLAST  POWER WASH  HOME/COMMERCIAL  HOT/COLD WATER  VPgBW* 885*5111      Eves 885*5950^  COTTRELLS MARINE SERVICE  The Sunshine  Coast's Evinrude  Dealer  LANDSCAPING  It was gatlie, sot mill match  as a top rankeil si-lcction of  entries was served for the Suncoast Racquet Club's logo contest. The club rallied around  Gabe Taylor's well designed  shot lo win him dinner al The  Blue Heron Inn. Taylor's logo  will be used lo identify and further promote the club.  Hitting into second place  was Paddy Wales, while Mar-  jorle Wickham's volley caught  her third place recognition.  In the junior category,  Michelle Lewis's winning lob  captured her tennis lessons!  Everyone who entered and supported the logo contest nets a  grand slam thank you from the  Suncoast Racquet Club.  ATTENTION  All baseball/softball League Players  If you are in an organiz��ed league on  fl the Sunshine Coast fa   fl  Xw*  av/      you wil receive  on all baseball/softball equipment in  stock (except balls) when you shop at..  GOOD  CENTS'5  ' I'l Niiilh Kii.iiI  LiIimmi- ""'-    M"  r~*~^iii 'i  Ml   Hill, -Mill      I.iv   Mill. "(.Jf   ISAIl^Jmiii  I  VAl III UN ni   nillHSDAY AI'HII   fl) 'f/  TIDE TABLES  Mon   TIlM  Ht. Ft.    Tun Tim* HI. Fl.    Wax)   Tim* HI. Fl.   Thuri Time  Ht. Ft.  3 25 14 6  13    9:50 7 7  MO    3:20 11.9  925 5.9  Fri    Tinw Ml. Ft.  12:05 84  17    5:40 14 5  FR  12:30 2.7  7:20 14.5  4:00 147  14   1035 61  TU    430 12.7  10:25 6.8  Sal   Timt Ht. Ft.  12:50 9.2  IB    6:10 142  SA    1:10 2.3  8:15 14.7  4:35  147  15  11 15  47  WE  535  134  11:15  7.6  Sun  Tinw  HI. Fl.  19    6:45    13.8  SU     1:45      2.3  9:05     148  505 147  16 11:50 3.5  TH     430     14.0  �����  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson   *�� sjwtamchuii n��.o��, �����  I hi. 40 inln. pluf 9 mln. for each It. ol rIM  and 7 mln. tor tacfi ft. ol (all  Pacific Standard Time  Tide Tables courtesy of  PRONTO'S  FINE DINING RESTAURANTS  Gibsons ��� 886-8138 Sechell ��� 885-1919  Cameron & Associates  C B R T I P I B D    GENERAL    ACCOUNTANT  Located in  The New Wilson  Creek Plaza  Suite #201  (above the restaurant)  Personal & Corporate  Income Tax Preparation  Computerized Bookkeeping  Financial Statements  885-3511  Monday - Friday ��� 8:30 - 4:30  CUPS, SAVE  P bc fgrrigs Schedule  .fJ|>/tiiif] 7-} In': Swuitq  Tji��' CJ/I098 Ciitau)''. T-Jficifi  3dTJWVJo C.nW  THE LAWN MOWER GUY  ~'    '(Fblii"AaVN �� OARDEN MAINTENANCE-)  ^ yBAHg IXPBRI1NCI__ "IT1 -  VCALL RICK  885-9864./  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  S & G TREE SERVICE  Topping ��� Tiimming -Pinning ��� Brush Chipper  V Danger Tiee Removal  Bonded and Insured ��� 20 Years Experience  .885-3897  i  A  D.C. Heating  Gas Filling & Plumbing  24 Hours Seivice  Darcy Clarke  (.llaS.lt,..     (H  (604) 88n-8.r)2F��  ____ Free Estimates  VANCOUVER - SECHELT PENINSULA  HORSESHOE BAY - LANGDALE  JERVIS INLET  EARLS COVE - SALTERY BAY  Lv. Langdale              Lv. Horseshoe Bay  Lv. Earls Cove  Lv. Saltery Bay  6:20 am       2:30 pm    7:30 am  3:30 pm  6:40 am       4:30 pm  5:45 am       3:30 pm  8:30            4:30         9:30 M  5:30  8:20            6:30  7:35            5:30 M  10:30          6:30         11:30  7:25 M  10:30          8:30  9:25 M         7:30  12:25pmM   8:20M      1:15pm  9:15  12:25 pmM   10:20 M  11:30           9:30  M denotes Maverick Bus  ���mm mum minium��� a a auttfn  If you .ire Buying or Selling...   *���"���������������������  Ihe realtor you choose tan make Ihe difference.  FOR DEPENDABLE SERVICE... Call us!  885-3295  681-7931  (Van. Toll Free)  MARINE SERVICES  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE)  Custom Culling ��� Planing  Bevel Siding ��� Posts & I  Chris Napper 886-3468  R.RJ4, S6, C78,  Gibsons. B.C. VON 1V0  4 BeamS       aJfXiJ  ���J58  CLIPS, SAVE  GIBSONS BUS SCHEDULE  &  7-Jitccaneer  Marina 6? RtsoRT Ltd  Localed in Secret Cove 885-7888  MARINE SPECIALISTS 21 years  PARTS - SALES - SERVICE -REPAIRS  K 4 C ItiermoyUsi ligaaa. V'^W  lobi* Boats now   ^**      - - ��" v *"  In-Stock  l.'.NsMUsV  "outboards  STIHL  CHAINSAWS  & TRIMMERS  Sales and Service  731 North Road, Gibsons ��� 886-2912  ROUTE 1 via Norlh Rd.. Seacot.  Fletchei. Gowei PI.. Fianklm, Mamie Dr  Depart '5:45 am 1:45 pm Depart       8:14 am 4:11  Mall       7:45 3:45 Langdale 10:11       6:11  9:45 5:45 Ferry       12:11 pm 8:08  11:45 7:45 Terminal    2:08  'No 5:45 am run Sat., Sun. or Holidays  NOTE: Shoppers Loop leaves Mall 10:45 am,  12:45 & 2:45 pm, Mon.-Sat.  Information, comments or suggestions - 886-9318  ROUTE 2 via Pratt. Chasler. King. Veteians,  Hwy 101, Wookcieek Pk��� SC Trailer Park  Depart    7:30 am 4:25  Mall    ' 11:00       6:20  12:25  Arrive   7:45   4:40  Mall    11:28   6:40  12.40  '11:00 am routes via Bonniebrook, Gower Pt.  NOTE: No 5:30 am or 7:30 am service Sat.,  Sun. or Holidays  \  I  i  i  i  i  i  i  Insurance  ��iiWiT*vi  Notary  Swwmt Agejicfea  A meirbei  oil  Independent  Travel  Proletslonalt  Red Carpet Service Irom Friendly Professionals in Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons  INSURANCE  8802000  TRAVEL  8869255  :,i_a.-^*'.*'**"H Pay for 2 inserts -*== N��� <���*���<>"�����> 3=jjj~ ������������  Homes 4  Property  Large deaied view lot overlooking  Poise Island Underground se>  ��� ices Peiked Neai luluie golf  coiirse Private manna access  $42000 885-7365 ��I5*  Stillwjier. South Powell Bivei  Basemenl home. view, beach  $98,000 487 9334 ss  Wanted Economical undeveloped  lot belween Gibsons & Pendei  1 Haibour Private 885-4876 or  1883-2555 ��17W  I lol 23 YMCA Road. Langdale  i lully serviced residenlial lol  $48,500 I 4164920731      "16  Pender Harboui semi walerlront,  3 bdrm, split level home. 16x34  shop on t/2 acre �� oveilookmg  Headwater Manna, peilecl lor  boater Now only $154,000 88J  9317 117  New. unfinished home in  Redroolts area on 6 acres  almost 3000 sq ll incl lull base  menl Presently occupied by  owner Approx $15,000 will finish  Ihis beaulilul home lo your lasle  | Musl move selling al cost.  $138,000 885-5690 118  3 bdim 1 t/2 balhs 2 level house  in Madeua Paik 450 sq It,  shop/garage 85��240- lol $95,000  8740960 ��15w  ; Laige Lot in Selma Park 3 bdrm,  2 balh, 2 l/p, 4 in-law suite  $145,000 885-5489 evenings  ss  Homes &  Property  1/2 ace view lol on quiel cut de-  sac Gower Point aiea, selectively  cleaied, serviced $79,900 886  3132 or 886-4714 ss  Redioof's Rd t 34 acies level.  Iruit trees, cabin 885 4572 or 988  2507 #15w  Wanted Lot oi small acreage  between Langdale & Davis Bay  Pnvaleiy886 8tt5 ��!5w  Large building lot m quality suodi  vision Sewei. hydro, gas.  $64,000 886 8094 Steve    *t5w  By ownei. Twin Oaks Strata  Townhouse wilh attached carport  Two bdim , laige sloiage room.  patio appis 4 window coverings  Phone 886 3460 alt 6pm   11 Oh  By ownei Davis Bay. new ultra  modem, deluie 1500 sq It  tttChU I bdim. den, 2 tull balhs,  3 sundechs. on 1/3 private ..ire  Askmg 11*9.900 Make an offer  Hull sell May cany mortgage  885 4862 ��'5  2 1/2 acie serviced lot tor sale,  near Seciel Cove 224 6180    ss  View lol. water, hydro, $42000  dim Chambeihn & Cenlral, Cub  sons 886 9049 ss  1/2 acre lot Lohn Road.  Redroolts. controlled subdivision,  $45,000 432 9379 eves        ss  New quality built home, YMCA  Rd, Langdale, 3 bdrm up ensuite,  soaker tub, angle shower, comer  sink Mam bathroom combination  bath/shower unit, 2 bdim down-  starts with bathroom tub/shower  Large utility room, lumpus room,  2 car garage 885-4616.8852735  eves ss  CLASSIFICATIONS  Home & Property  Births  Obituaries  In Memoriam  Thank You  Personal  7. Announcement  8. Personal Services  9. Weddings A  Engagements  10. Lost  11. Found  12. Pets A Livestock  13. Music  14. Travel  15. Wanted  16. Free  17. Oarage Sales  tB. Barter A Trade  19. Appliances  20. Furniture  21. For Sale  22. Heavy Equipment  23. Autos  24. Trucks  25. Campers  26. Marine  27. Mobile Homes  28. Motorcycles  29. Wanted to Rent  30. Bed and Breakfast  31. For Rent  32. Commercial lor Rent  33. Entertainment  34. Help Wanted  35. Business and Home  Services  36. Work Wanted  37. Child Care  36.  Business Opportunities  39. Legal  40. Too Late to Classify  CROP O^ YOUB  rvUst News  SSoSSS  Ar.  any of  our   convenient  Friendly  People Places  In Pender Harbour  MARINA PHARMACY UK l.jmil*  ACBlllLDINCi SUPPLIES B83.MSI  In Halfmoon Bay  B&J STORE 883-9433  In Davis Bay  PENINSULA MAKKr.l mtS-U7'l  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREW QBNERAL STORE IBS I4(m  DEADLINE IS 3:00 PM THURSDAY  In Sechelt  THB COAST NBWS  I        3521 Cowrie Street 883-3930  In Gibsons  THB COAST NBWS  (behind Doctaldc Pharmncy) 886-262;  1    Homes &  Property  GAMBIER ISLAND  $118,000 Over t acre ot unique  sfmr-wateriront wilh 2 bdrm.  log cabin, sundeck. shop and  carport. 1,2 acre fenced wilh  gardens and truit trees. 886-  4917. No agenls please.     TFN  ANDERSON REALTY  ��� Recreation ��� Retirement  ��� Relocation  FREE  CATALOGUE  W Sr Cownl bt   tk'�� 1219  ��� ������' B L' VON JAO  B853211 FA) 885-2899  Ii i    rol Fm 684*8016  Quality home, built 1990. view.  Iwo fireplaces, ensintf. walk in.  oak cabmets cenlral vac, close  to lerry. I block to swimming  beach and regional paik  $1/7,700 886.1306 ss  W Sechelt mobile home, comei  lol, near school, slore, $62,000  885 549? ss  lan.jdaic by owner, alliactive  10% sq It 2 txltrn bungalow on  83x163' lot 640 sq It linished  bsmt. 2 FP, insert m bsml New  double windows and carpel, carport and cedar siding exterior  886 9290 *M5ss  3 bdrm home, almost new, 2  balhs. 1400 sq It, plus large  gaiage workshop Spacious corner lot with many Irees Asking  $145,000 1228 Fitchett at Veterans Rd 8868651 ss  48' x 330' ol prime low bank  waterlront in Gibsons Harbour  neai Gibsons Manna House  needs repair but could be fixed  up lor recreational ot rental use  Propeity zoned Tourist Commercial (C-2). Double garage plus  stwage shed. $189,500. Phone  Jennifer 1-689-7070 ss  6    Personal  SWM 50. avould like lo meel a  pelile lady anno enioys Ihe oul  doois. dancing, (islnng. dining out.  DaiOeques. dorng things logelhei  I'm an easy gong guy so don't be  shy Write Boa K, c/o Boa 68.  Coasl News. Sechell. BC VON  3A0 mfi  Would Ihe handyman who wallp.i  peied my house while I was on  holidays please call 5551234 I  would pielei il on Hie inside   �� 15  Wanled 50 impelled people will  mg lo lose up lo 29 lbs in Ihe neai  30 days 100'.. naluial. Dl  appioved 886 2855 eyes.    ��15  Aie you | woman in an unhappy  relationship do you need to laiV  I Call Ihe Sunshine Coasl tiansi  Hon House lor ronlnlenlial 24 hi  NMM 8*5-2944 1FN  7 Announcement  7 Announcement  We do it all-big Of small'  Resumes, l.-tteis. essays,  lepoits. estimates, etc. Calll  S86-4740 Conlidenlial Secietaii-  al Seivices Satisfaction Guaian  leed1 ��l5w  Roxanne Hmz and Alan Colley-  priest a pleased lo announce Ihe  birth ol their daughter. Ctianlel,  March 9, 1992. weighing in al 8  pounds, 9 ounces. Pleased  grandparents are Eileen and Cy  Spencer, Audrey Broughlon and  Alex Swanson and Heniy Hin:  and Karen Wilson ol Calgary  ��15cn  Michael and Diana Heisler aie  proud lo announce Ihe bnlh ol  Iheir granddaughter. Dalynn  Emily, bom to Nicole Ann on  Maich 26,1992. #15cn  3.  Obituaries  CARTER: Dudley Christopher, in  his 101st year on April 7. 1992 in  Redmond, Washington. Suivived  by daughlei Mavis Vaughan:  grandchildren Anna Hanson,  Michael and Peter Vaughan;  grealgiandchildien Cambria Hanson. Julia, Laura and Tulley  Vaughan; sisters Aene Ferguson,  Ellheen King; nieces and  nephews Graveside service was  held Friday, April 10,1992 al 2:00  pm al Halzic Cemelery, Mission,  BC Procession lo the cemetety  began al 1:45 pm Irom Mission  Funeral Home. 7386 Home  Street. Mission, BC No lloweis by  request ��15cn  5.  Thank You  Sylvia. Maureen. Sue and the-  lamilies would like to lhank everyone lor all the kind thoughts.  caids, llowers, condolences and  oilers ol help during the illness  and passing ol their molher. Vr  Bernl-en Special lhanks lo the  2nd floor nursing slall ol St  Mary's loi Iheir excellenl care,  patience and understanding  extended lo Mom and ourselves  over ihe pasl couple of months.  Extra special lhanks lo Dr. Terry  Amiel for his untiling care and  compassion lo all ol us ovei Ihe  pasl year and a hall. Thanks  everyone just for being there for  us all. #t5cn  Roberls Creek Legion ladies  wishes lo thank everyone who  supported Iheir spring sale. Winner ol Ihe food hamper was CHga  Campbell ol Gibsons. #15  Roberls Creek Legion LA219  wishes to lhank ihe following met-  chants lor Ihe support Ihey gave  oui spring sale: IGA Gibsons and  Wilson Creek, SupeiValu, R/C  Store, Galiano Mattel, Shop Easy  (bakery), Caseiys Gaidens, Quality Faims and Big Mac's.      #15  ^      I  Happy  65th .Birthday  Elva  You are truly an  II ls| 111,1111 111 ll HIS  ���ill!   x.ix!  lo\l-ltlMll Will! <    I    < H'H  FREE LINGERIE  Enioy * Lmgrrif Fathton Show  m your own home ami discover  our o/nnoui twiteli rewtvds.  Our eicilino, Spring Line has  jusl .trrivfd and we have siiet  to 111 everyone.  Cat S.-��fffll tor drtuti*  885*9565  Teachci will luloi Math/Science,  Gibsons lo Madiera Paik 883-  2405 Rels #16  Suli dancing at Mountain Song.  Sal, Apr 18, 7 pm, Polluck al 5  pm 885-6170 ��l5cn  /  Expert |  repairs and  servicing on all  brands of sewing  machines.  Singer, Kenmore,  Pfaff, Janome,  Elna, Bernina,  and all makes of  vacuum cleaners.  - Free Estimates -  ALL WORK  GUARANTEED  SEWING MACHINE  & VACUUM CENTRE  Cowrie St��� Sechell  (opposite BanK n! Montreal)  w    885-8843    j  SALE, SALE, FRECKLES WEAR  Children's clothes - Sat.. April 25.  10am-4pm. 1200 Paggio Rd.,  Roberts Creek or lo view call 885-  3707. K16W  I,lulling Unisex Han Design A  Tinning Salon has now opened a  i|u,ilily consignment clothing  department We aie now accept  mg spnng A summei items Ilems  placed on consignment must be  ul high qualily. Call 886-3916  ���law  Fled peisonal phone/address  Irak 886*649 ��l5cn  Black cal with while maikmgs,  Soulhwood & Aldeiwood aiea  885-2182. ��15cn  Male blue peacock, young with no  i.m leathers, lost North I ('nam  beilinRd. aiea.886-9625. #l5cn  BARK  MULCH  by container  load  8aS6-7033  Male unneuered black & white  cat, while chest ". paws. King &  Chaslei Rd aiea. 886-9519 HI Sen  Glove al Brothers Park aiound  Apr. 2. Call 886-847310 claim  "I5cn  12. Pels&  Livestock  LOG ENDS  by container  load  .386-7033  Learn lo scuba dive. Prolessional  instructors. Full Pad! Certification.  Seasport Scuba.885-9830   "21  FITNESS INSTRUCTORS  COURSE Become certilied lo  teach aerobics or weights through  completion ol this E.C.R.P.A.  approved course. Offered ovei 3  weekends in April J May at FilCo  Wesl. Call lor info 886-4(506 "17  BRAZILIAN TRADES  Sculptured Stone Work,  Healing Stones, Wood  Carvings, Batiks, Paintings.  1371 amr.a�� M. Waal SajekaMt  885-5178  Spaniel X puppies loi sale. 885-  9041. CUTE. CUTE, CUTE HI6W  Will give good home to Manx cat,  prelei pepper brown 886-7031  Phone mornings. "17W  Free lo good home good naluied  male Lab X, Boidei Collie. 8 mos.  885-3221. ��16  Quality show bain W. Sechell.  Has Iwo openings. Use ol aiena  and pasture included. 885-5629  119  Maltese pups $300. Rabbits.  many varieties. $10-$25. Karen  885-4657. "16  HEMLOCK/BALSAM  WOOD SHAVINGS - lor hoise  bedding (no cedar). Gibsons  Sand & Gravel, 886-8511 eves.  885-2008. TFN  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Conlacl Then S Now Furniture.  699 Highway 101. Gibsons. 886-  4716or Marlee Fashions.     NC  Help reduce Ihe pel ovei-popula-  lion problem - spay or neuter youi  NC  We buy beer bottles ( beer  cans. Paying SM/do*. 886-8039  t��17  STRESS 4 PAIN RELIEF Retail  and enjoy Ihe lasting benelils ol  TRAGER relaxation bodywork  sessions Learn sell-care lech  mques Phone Ellen 886 8864  new  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-7883,24 hour line        TFN  Does someone in your lamily  have a drinking problem? Call Al-  Anon 886-9903, 885-7484, 886-  9059. Al-Aleen 886-2565.     NC  Adull children ol Alcoholics oi dis-  functional families please call  886-3849 oi 885-4622 for help  NC  BROOKS & MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints  Environment  Friendly Paints    p.-  in Ml  Colours 01 ��� ,  The Rainbow /,  .Including Green  Bill Wood  SECHELT  *  Sel ol drums. $500 all. 6pm 886-  8871. ��!6W  1 Fendei base and P.V. amp.  $800 886-9747 016  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  #  Ken DalRleish  886-2843  A  Bus. 885-2923  Res 885-5058  Yvonne Barrie is now woiking as  an outside sales rep. lot Elite  Tiavel. Call 886-4862 or 886-  2522. ��20W  15. Wanled  To buy. Mares, 2 yrs 4 up for  breeding. 1-531-2080. #17  4 to 6 man hot tub. Call collect  685-4575 evenings. Mon-Thurs  ���16w  Used carpet. Reasonable. 886  7786 or 8855424 #15  Girls bedroom lurniture. Preler  while or wood 386-7375      #16  Wall oven: For under countenop  886-8427 #15w  17   Garage Sales  GIANT FLEA MARKET  Plant, home baking sale. Wei  come Beach Hall, Redioolls Rd,  iO.t-1, Sun. May 3. table lemais  >6 50 8854590, 885 3305 ��17cn  Renovaling - used marble and s/s  sinks, bathioom fm. beds,  oiesseis. end tables, lamps. 2  new mln bikes odds and ends,  kids clothing, shoes Top ot  Oinetary Rd Follow signs, 10 4,  Sal 18.10 2 Sun. 19        ��l5cn  Apt 18, 9-5 454 Elphmslone.  Gianihams Tools, hardware,  shelving, bunkbeds, misc No pie  sales, no eaily birds "15W  Sat. Apnl 18. 10 2pm misr  Hems l8u5WesiHeedRd��l5W  19. Appliances  ~u  15' Gurney 11 Iridge h g . 30"  Gurney stove h g, almond Gibson  II Indge. polar small ba> Indge.  woodgrarn dooi. very nice. $149.  Inglis Royal lop ol Ihe line washei  I, dryer, beautiful shape, parr  $649, Viking Iff 2 dr, H, hg Indge.  $349, Admiral 30" hg. slove sell  clean $279, While Wesl H 30-  stove, self dean, coming cooklop.  $297, McLaiy easy 24" 2dr while  Indge. very nice, new comp  $279. and moie 90 days lo Iwo  yeais wananty Call Bjorn 885-  7897 oi Comet Cupboaid 885-  4434. "16  Will buy nonwoikrng m<i|or appliances. 885-7897, ��16  Inglis host liee Indge and G E.  slove, $250 OBO. one oi bolh  885-7427. #17W  20. Furniture  TIicm aud (tow  689 Hwy., 101  GIGSONS  8864716  Malching large sola, loveseat &  chair, almost brand new. Soil  velour lype. Teal green with wood  $800885-6450 01885-5198  1117  Sideboard S malching hutch.  Good cond. $450. plexiglass dining set wilh 4 swivel chairs, Black  4 while $350, Lazy boy naugh-  abide club chair, brand new $500  mansrf, brawn tones, wood lum  $250 886-4639 KI5w  Brown Iweed chesterfield t chair  $800 OBO 885-5426 #l5w  Solid mahogany lable 8 5 chairs,  $300 686-9856 flv mess.)    "Hi  Sideboaid & malching hutch, gd  cond.. $450. plexiglass dining sel  with 4 swivel chairs, black &  while. $350. Lazy boy naughahrde  club chair, brand new, $500; man-  size armchair, brown tones, wood  trim, $250; firm 3/4 bed. $350  886-4639. #17  Dining room lable. 48--60' (two  12' inserts) includes 6 chairs, gd.  cond.. $250.886-8866. ss  21. For Sale  Float house, 750 sq. II. one  bdrm., piopane appliances, wood  heat, $12,800 OBO. 885-1942. ss  SAWDUST Hemlock/Balsam lor  gardening and horse bedding.  Cedar and bark mulch loi olhei.  Gibsons Sand 4 Giavel Ltd. 886-  8511 eves. 895-2008. TFN  HAY/Stiaw$4.00/Bale  GARDEN MULCH HAY  $3.50/Bale  OATS/WHEAT .10/lb.  Phone 885-9357  TFN  Walei bed. double size, good  cond $150 885 4704 #17  Moving sale ��� beige velour sola,  $250. green Iweed sola 4 chair.  $175; 2 bookcases with doois,  $70 each OBO; Kawai eleclnc  organ with eaiphone 4 bench,  best oiler. 886-3992,        #I7W  While patio sel including loveseat.  chau and end table, separale  chaise all wilh malching rose giey  cushions, $100.886-2546. #17W  Wanled - good quality baby's crib  with mattress 885-7370.   #l6cn  Bronze and cream loveseat and 2  chairs. $200.885-3781.     #15cn  Waveless queen size waleibed,  $200; oldlashioned settee  (loveseat), $200; antique dining  lable, 4 chairs, $250; single box  spring 4 mattress. 39"x72". $50;  1000 watt Yamaha generator, as  new, $600, 883-2922.       ��!5cn  Massive dining loom suite, 8  chans, lable 40'x74- and 2  leaves, 2 pee. hutch with inlenor  lights loi display, exc. cond.  $1500 OBO, 886-7767.      #17W  21   For Sale  Large solid oak Dining Room  Suite Six laige chain. Oval table,  thai has Iwo leals. exlia nine leet.  and very laige china cabinet  $1500 OBO 886 3493 ��I6  Like new Shaip Cash legislei  $200886 7306 115  Smaller ladies 18 speed mountain  bike. $100 886 4943        #I6W  SALE  8' cedar 4x4's. $6 each 885-  5031 ss  DOWN TO EARTH  Mushroom manuie. topsoil. local  oi Fiasei Valley barkmulch  Delivered or U pickup Hoppy  885 0821, Ramon 885 7692 ��15w  Local Irr 4 cedai seedlings 2 3 It  tali Suitable to' hedging or the  like $1 50 each, taking oideis  886 2198 ��l5w  Heavy duty roll bar, .10' peeled In  logs (lirewood7) 8xB's." cedai  poles ammo teloadei kit. Ciafts-  man 4hp mowei, 73 Dalsun PU 4 |  pails. B2 Challengei/Sappoio  8852630 ��l5w  4'x5' Double pane window $50.  25' ol 1" hose, 5 speed Sekine  bicycle $25, Big 0 pipe 886-7795  ��� I5w  DRYER. WOOD-FURNACE,  CHAIRS - RSF lurnace. blowei  and thermoslal, $500 You dismantle and lemove. onginal cost  $4500 Will heal 3500 sq. II. |  home Matching black leather and  chiome chairs $200. ollice oi  home use Original cosl $1600.  Westinghouse heavy duly Diyei  $100, needs minoi repair 886-  3228 ��l5w  Sears Coldspol Fioslless 19 cu  It., side by side Iridge $500.  Whirlpool Dishwasher tiuiit in  $200, Nulone yellow tangebood  $25. double stainless sleel sink  $25 886-4714 #15w  Gas powered weedealei $75,  weights 4 bench $50, 48 sq It  gray ceramic lile 12" x12' $75,  mini blinds 2-6'x4', 1-4x 3'6 $25  each, twin beds $75 each, 3' colonial dooi new $20, 2' while Mold  new $15.. mens Nishiki 10 sp  $75, 886 8691 #l5w  Firewood Alder $85, Fn $95 per  coid. Free delivery 886-9372#l5w  Sanyo portable cellular phone  compact, lighl weight, eigonomic  design grip bell, $850 OBO. 886-  7097. ss  Used railway ties for retaining  walls, 6'x8'x8'. 886-8204.   ��l4w  4 H P. rololiller $150, Kenmoie  dehumidilier as new $100 885-  5855 #l5w  US Gov't siezuiesl Buy did cheap!  Cais, houses, boals, lurniture,  moiei Call our 24 hour "Auctions  Hotline' 290-0570 Exl SZI0259  (Free recorded message - Canadian Division) #!6w  IBM Seleclric 11 typewriter. $150.  886-8771 TFNs  Kitchen lable 4 4 chairs, gd.  cond, $65; sel ol 4 oak TV tables  4 stand, nevei used, $75. 886-  3845. #l5cn  Ciess 23" kiln wilh accessoiies,  $450,883-1112. #16W  CCM 10 speed, exc. cond,. $50  lirm. 885-7654 KI6W  EVERYTHING MUST GOI 82  I Honda passport elc. star like new,  $550, '82 Jeep Wagoneei Limited.  Fully loaded org. Calif, rusl tree.  $7500. 78 Blazer 4 spd. winch  rusty bul luns good $1500; 22'  libeiloim cabin. 165 Merc. I/O  head, slove, etc $4500, 10 1/2'  Husky camper, lurnace, slove, 3-  way Iridge, $900 Consider excavation work in exchange 886-  8779. ��I6W  Rhododendrons 4 azaleas, same  low prices $3 50-S10.00 NO  GST Laige selection. Robeils  Cieek Nuiseiy ��� 2569 Lower  Road 886-2062 #I6W  FIREWOOD an oveisized cord  Free Delivery 886 7989 oi 886-  7136 ��15w  DOCK installed on Bowen Island.  100' long hacd glulam beam walkway supported by heavy steel  columns c/w 35' long alum,num  walkway. No float Best oiler 925-  1944 ��16w  Automobile: Driven only once, by  litlle old lady: Compiele wilh  chiome hubcaps, suniool 4 double gaiage doois. Call Miss  Wrlkens 555-1234. #15  Naugahide lecliner $175, Kenmore portable sewing machine  $140. shop vac wilh blower, $125  all in A.I Cond. 885-5567.  ��16w  Moving Sale - Hide a beds,  organ, recliner chair, end tables,  desk, bedroom suite. Ii diapes,  canning jars, welding machine.  886-3824 #16  "DAHLIA TUBERS" Top ol  Selma Park Rd. ��� Many varieties. 885-9820 #16  056 SIM Magnum, 084 Big Slihl  both good saws, size 9 caulks.  886-3108 #17  121   For Sale  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Slatjon  885-5644  TFN  4' PVC solid oi peitoialed pipe.  $tl;ABS4 $23.3 $15; 2 $10; 1  t/2-, $8, all 10' lenglhs, will deliv  er 886 3910 TFN  611 chesterfield, brown. $100;  queen size waleibed. $100, Inter  tann cellular phone, $400 885-  3130. ��17W  Flooi polisher machines |2| $100  each OBO. 8 HP shake splatter  lully hyd wilh lable. $1200 OBO.  Gailrn 2 burner gas like new.  $200. resl ice machine. $400,  electnc 2n2 lankin chaibioilei  220, $150 OBO 2 bumei gas  meal sauce slove, $150 OBO  8868251 ��I7W  Whirlpool h/d washer/dryer, hat  vesl gold. $350 OBO, 16 cu II  deep lieeze, $100. double bed  with flame. $50. men's 12 sp lacing model bike. $100 8869657  ��I7W  Lapidary equipment, 20' lap  grinder. 6 wheel grinding unit, HI"  diamond saw, vibrating tumbler  885-2613 #17  8 wheelei, call 885-6223.   #17cn  Child's 21 speed bicycle, suitable  lor 7-It yi old, Noico, girl's,  $125 886-3783 ��15cn  Apple IIGS computet - 2 live  inch floppy drives exc. cond.,  $400; sel ot concert Toms, $100;  base pedal, $25; spate sland, $25  and hi-hal sland. $30 OBO. 886-  7736 all. 6 pm. #I7W  Ladies Campbell goll clubs, 4  woods. 4 lions, puller, incl. bag  and cart. $100.885-3440  ��!5cn  14 It. chain link fence. $150. Calll  mornings 4 weekends. 886-9296,  ��I7W  Kilchen table, 2 chairs 4 bench in  good condilion, $250. No calls  alter 8pm 886-9250. ��I6W  8,000 Ib. P.T.O winch and bumpei  lot Land Rover; misc Land Rover  parts, model 88 series II. 883-  9228 #17  24" Color TV, console stylized  cabinet. $150 886-3318 oi 886-  3618 #17  Amana 3 dr almond fridge/freezer  with ice 4 watei dispensers. 25  cu. II $800. Toshiba microwave  hardly used, still under wananty,  many exlias $195, Husquvama  chamsaw 2100 $250 886-2513  #17  40 gal elect, water heatei, large  dresser, wood burner, 4 wood  brlold doois. Bathioom vanity,  various old doors. 885-2121 #17w  LOOKING FOR  SPECIAL HELP?  Try a  Classified ad  offering a Career  Move.  We'll run your ad  in  NORTH  VANCOUVER  ���  CAMPBELL  RIVER  ���  MERRIT  ...and 100 more  B.C. and Yukon  community  newspapers. All  for just  $195  That's over  3,000,000 readers.  If you're BUYING,  SELLING, or  simply TELLING,  IT PAYS TO  SPREAD THE  WORD.  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  FOR  INFORMATION  CALL  The Coast  News  at 885-3930 Co.ist News, April 1J, 1992  21  Take A<tvtinUtse <>s<>���r /Vc-M- Classified Art Special ^^^^^  Rt���ti your classified ad 6 times,  and pay for only 2 times!  21   For Sale  CEDAR SHAKES 4 LUMBER,  any sire  Will cuslom cut 885-  5669 oi 885-5601, TFN  6 cyl Ford marine diesel, 4 - I  capitol gear $8500, o.b.o.. oi  trade loi tractor plus cash, 886-  9981  22   Heavy  Equipment  &Q  BOBCAT &  MINI EXCAVATOR  FOR RENT  Attachments available  DAY. WEEK, MONTH  886-8538  JCB Backhoe 4 in 1 buckel 1000  houis. $10,000883-9228     #17  Bobcat 600 or 700 attachments  883-9228 ,17  5th wheel trailer wilh 1611 llaldeck  needs work $500.886-4566 #15  Tractor 27 HP 4WD diesel. Iront  loader, low hours. $8500 885-  4832. ss  Bobcal lor hue. cheap rates  4668. #I6W  23   Autos  1973 Supei Beetle. $2500 obo  8839234 ss  Eslale sale. 1977 Cadillac, low  mileage, good shape. Oilers  886-3306 ss  1980 Camaio 305 aulo.. T-Tops,  Rally nms. $2600 885-7113.  ss  1982 Volvo s/w OL 140,000k, new  lues, new exhausl $3500 886-  "97 ��l5w  1976 New Yoikei. A-1 cond, low  mileage $1900 886-9025       ss  78 Dalsun B210 luns well, good  gas mileage $750. i59 VW Beetle  lot pans 885-7775 ��l5w  1974 TR6 Pails (motot, liansmis-  sion) Haidtop. tues etc. Phone  8864704 ��15w  '77 Ponliac Vcntuia V6 slandaid.  6000ml. 6 radial lues. $950 885  9553 ti5w  CHEAPI FBI/U.S. SEIZED  89 Mercedes $200; 86 VW, $50;  87 Mercedes$100; 65 Muslang,  $50. Choose liom thousands  stalling $25. FREE 24 houi  lecoiding teveals details 801-379-  2935 Copynghl #BC104JC.   #22  Used Camaio T-Top, $495 loi Ihe  sel, wilh covers, 886-9500 anytime, ss  1975 Olds. Cutlass Supieme,  $600 obo. 886-8862. TFNs  1974 Oldsmobile, new biakes and  exhausl. Mechanically sound,  $2400 obo. 885-1943. ss  24. Trucks  '80 Bronco, tunning cond., bush  bealer oi pads tiuck, $500, 886-  7247- #17W  1978 Datsun Pickup, lusty, luns  well. $120886-9390 ��i6w  '78 Dalsun pickup, rusty, runs  well. $120.886-9390.       ��17W  1976 FaigoW20 power wagon,  4X4 dually, cab chasrs with deck,  lots ol new S H/D paits. 440  comm. duly engine, aulo,. lull  lime, 76,000 miles, puichase by  Apnl 15 t choose your coloi  $2000 OBO. 886 7277.     ��l5cn  1986 Red 4 lunnet, Toyola. very  low mileage, 5 spd, 4whl diive.  $11,500. Lawnboy lawn mowei.  I*e new. $130. 2111 Irbreglass  boal V8 GMC powei, $3900 885-  "38 ��,6vy  1972 Cougai 351 Cleveland,  needs minor work. $650 OBO.  886-8199 Aller 6:00pm.       #16  1982 Ford van, 300,6 cyl.. standard, captains chans.bench seat,  skylight, $1500.885-7165. #I7W  1984 Dodge Caravan, 4 cyl,,  aulo,, $4000 lirm. 885-9789. "17W  1969 Chevelle Supersport rebuill  396, new turbo 400. black/black  ps, pb, too much lo list. Have all  bills to prove. (6500 886-0911��l 7  1984 Ford Escort, runs well, must  sell, $1350816-8747 #15  1974 Dalsun 260Z alpine stereo,  mags, spinner hubs, Pirelli tires,  new biakes, exc. shape $3500  OBO 886-7378 SS  1978 Ponliac Trans Am, goldlimil-  ed edition, glass l-lops, 4 spd,  huist $3000 OBO 885-9281 #!6w  1975 Olds, small V8. no lust or  rattles, mechanically A-1, needs  painl, $450 OBO 886-3108   #17  1981 Z-28 T-lop 4 spd. needs  minor repairs $1200.1970 Volkswagon Van, trans, axel and body  $80883-9228 #17  1990 Chev Sptinl, like new,  30,000 miles $5000 885-2206#l 7  1990 VW Cabriolet, black, grey,  warranty, loaded exc. shape  $17,900886-4982. #17  979 Volkswagon Rabbit, $500,  886-8165 #i6w  974 Mustang II. V6. good tunning cond.. Call Dale $300, 886-  13077 evenings. #!6w  Towing ���a  Old car recycling  Cash tor 82-92 cars  and clean runners  Free Pickup  Courteous  Service  886-7227  1981 Plymouth Horizon, new  brakes, tires, muffler, good working order, $850.885-6365. #17W  1976 Chrysler Cordoba, gd.  cond., low mileage, mounted  snow tires, asking $1000.885-  4831. #16W  CLASSIC BEAUTY  1955 Buick, 2 dr. hardtop, ted i  while, good runner, $6250 OBO.  Mike 885-7509. #!7cn  '76 Chevy Nova, engine rebuilt,  $600. Call mornings S weekends.  886-9296. #17W  1976 Valiant funs well, $500 886-  2844. #l5cn  '81 Colony Park S/W, PW/PS,  PB/PD locks, cruise, air. AM/FM  cassette. $3200 OBO. 79 Cordoba PS/PB. PW, air 5 cruise,  $1200 OBO. 886-2733.      #I7W  I97B Jeep Wagoneer loi pails:  low mileage, gas/piopane  motoi/RV cam. trailer hitch, mags,  new exhausl, $600 lakes all. 885-  3539 aller 5pm. #!7W  '79 Foid F250 4X4 good shape,  no lust, $5500.886-8443.  #16W  1974 Ford Club WagbnVan. Extra  seat, asking $500 Phone 886-  2912or886-2606. #16w  '77 Dalsun X-cab 5 spd., in good  cond., new tires, $950.886-8032.    #I6W  1987 Toyola. Std, 5 spd, exc.  condition. L-box, 51,000 kms,  $6000 883-2234 #16  1974 Ford Club wagon van. Extra  seat, asking $500 Phone 886-  2912 or 886-2606 #16  25   Campers  1989 Prowtei Regal High line. 5th  wheel Loaded Front Irving loom  $23,900 1990 1 ion extended  cab.sleepe.-. gas and piopane 5lh  wheel, loadeo. Cost ovei $37,000  New, Sell $23,900 Sell sepaiale  orbolh loi >i2.0O0 883-9990  ��� I5w  1973 33' 5th wheel good cond  $6900 OBO 885 6396        ��l5w  Clean IT trailer sleeps 5-6,3-way  Indge. slove, luinace. toilet $2750  886 3767 t|(aj  1986 Dodge Maxi-Van  Propane/gas, libeiglass lop, semi-  campemed good cond. $10,900.  8857492  ��� I7w  IMM HOi.IOHV.laW aalrt.iail.alliiaa.|  lotetd al. luinacr. aaarxnaj. kja Irldaja, 4  bwnaa Hoar, oven, ahovwr. alatpa I  InaaoMataMiai  Poi sale ��� Bolei trailer, $1950  OBO. 886-8487, ss  1975 Dodge Maxi-Van, 3-way  Iridge, slove, luinace, toilet, sink,  $5300 886 3306, ss  1979 Black "CJ5 JEEP" Rebuilt  304, V8 Removable hard-top,  ps.pbw lires, good sleieo, ttailer  hitch, well maintained. $4900  OBO 885-38% #15w  '87, Chev S15. mini cond. Box  liner, tape deck, 85,000k. $6700  OBO 885-3982 #15w  '81 Chev 3/4 Ion 4x4, 350ps,pb,  4spd., dual lanks, $4800 OBO  885-4019 #15���  '82 Mazda RX7 in exc. cond.. well  maintained 105,000 miles, spaie  winter tiies on rims, $4000.886-  8032. #16W  1985 Plymouth luiismo black, 5  spd mags, suniool. sleieo. new  clutch, rad. exhaust, biakes.  $2500 OBO Call 886-8034 Nick  eves. #16  '81 Fold escort, ps, pb. $1200  886-3559 #16  1977 F250 crewcab, 351 mod.,  aulo., P/S, canopy spaie motor  and tians., $1600.886-8682.    #15ss  1988 Chev. Cheyenne 1/2 ton  pick-up, 4.3 litre V6, PS/PB,  61,000 km., bbx mat, toolbox,  $8700. 885-2836, 885-7413.   SS  25. Campers  ,(��&&&  %'  26. Marine  18.5 II. plywood bbal, cuddy  cabin, lull lop, Merc cruiser I/O,  compass, deplh soundei, new  balteiy. roll anchor and chain,  ttailer, A-t shape. Phone 885-  32*16.  #16  Nevei been used (8 yis. old) 4.5  HP Merc outboard moloi plus gas  lank, $300, Elgin trolling molor,  1/2 HP, $50.885-3440.     #15cn  14 ll. Thomes aluminum boal,  deep wide hull, wilh 1988, 20 hp  Johnson and trailer. Low hours on  molor $2200 886-7951 #17  Wanted: Boat house 36 lo 40'  long, 18' wide max. 18' vertical  clearance minimal. Lome: B85-  3167 885-3244 #!6w  26   Marine  Yes' Theie is a reliable local  propellor repair service 885-  5278 m  18' Davidson sailboat, new main,  new cushions, exc cond, $3800  8859333 ���  27   Mobile Homes  llflfc*  NFW HOME  44.9001 p  Sel up in Gibsons aiea. includes  fudge, slove dishwashei as low  as 5', down OAC. call colled  597 3322 You could win a now  �� TFN  VIEW HOME - 14x70 In adult  paik. new caipets. 2 bdrm., 3  appliances, laige lot, dull trees  and gaidens. 885-7654.   M6W  8x40 U Fix $2000 or Irade Box  IH3Gibsons ��14wPad av  Apnl 1st $200 pet mo.  SCMHP 886-9826 #15  $54.900-1992-14x66'Irani and  tear bedioom, 2 balhs, skylights,  deluxe decor, stereo, dishwasher,  located ��I04-S C ,M HP. 886-  9826.  TFN  NEW HOME  SECHELTPARK  Sel up in lamily paik. As low as  5* down OAC, 885-7310 or 597-  3322. You could win a new car!  TFN  31    For Rer  ADVERTISING  FOR TENANCY  British Columbia legislation prohibits advertising which drscir-  mrnates in the rental of property  For example a person who  stipulates "no children" as a  condition ol rental would be in  violation ol Ihe Family Status  and :he Human Rights Acts The  landlord who places Ihe ad  vertisemenl and the rewspapei  which publishes il would both be  m contravention ol Ihe legislation  and coukl have a complarnl filed  against them The Coasl News  will iheieirae noi accept such  d'scnmmatory ads  1984  Chev Cavalier, station  wagon, $3800 OBO 885-5528  mew  1974 Dalsun 4 dr, 4 cyl. rusl, but  |iuns well, $300 060.886-9208.  #15  1984 Jeep Cherokee. 4 dr, 4wd, 4  cyl, aulb, low kms. sunrool,  am/lm, radio well maintained.  $7995886-8295 #16  1990 Fotd Aerostat, XL 7 passenger A-1 condilion, $14,900. 886-  8481. ss  4-14" Spinnei Hubcaps. 886-9346  aller 5pm NC  1972 Volkswagen loi sale or  parts, runs well, lots ol rust. $300.  886-9856 |lv mess.) #16  1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass  Supieme, 350, air cond.. powei  windows, veiy gd. cond. $1200  OBO. Season split alder, $50.  Iruck load cedai, $30. Call 885-  6435. #16  '88 Mercury Topaz, like new,  $5500, 886-2833 or 886-7484. ss  1986 Ponliac 6000 4 dr, 4 cyl,  aulo., PS/PB, power dr. locks,  AC. AM/FM steieo. $4995 OBO.  886-2111 oi 886-9018. ss  '1977 Ford Gtanada V8 aulo.,  exc. cond., 69.000 ks.. $1800.  885-3374. ss  CASH PAID  Foi Some Cais And Trucks  Dead Car Removal  Abex Used Auto Parts  and Towing  886-2020  TFN  1980 Lincoln Versailles Collector's  item. exc. cond. $3000.886-2826  ss  1983 Malibu Wagon. Excellenl  mechanically some rusl $1495  OBO 885-2429 #15w  REDUCED! MUST SELL!  Youi dieam Prestige car. 1987  Nissan Maxima, lully loaded digital dash, onboaid computer,  dolby sound system, sun tool only  31.000 kms. Mini condilion. Sacrifice al $12,500 885-2418 eves  ��15w  1971 21 It. Skylark travel trailer,  excel, cond. $3800 OBO 885-  9524 #17w  197811 It. Husky campei. Stove,  lurnace 3-way fudge, 110 �� 12  volt wired, dbl sink, water, toilet.  hydraulic jacks, plus lie-down bat.  exc. cond. $3000886-3401   #17  1991 30' Citation Supreme 5th  loaded, Iruck incl. exc. shape,  886-4982 #17  8 1/2 ft. Truck Camper, 3 way  fudge, propane lurnace and  slove. Good clean cond. Can be  seen al Wilson Creek Campground Sile 11. Asking $1200  #16w  13 fl. Runabout 20 hp mere/trailer.  centet consol $800 OBO 885-  5405 #17  Mooiage available Coho Manna  Resort, Madeira Paik, up lo 40'  boat. $3.00 per lool by month-  yearly or $4.00 pei lool by monlh.  Recreation nailer siles also available. 883-2248 #17  MOORAGE  Pender Haibour. Monthly and  Yearly. 883-9177 or 883-9855* 16  27' Calalina Sloop, Diesel  Inboard, dinette version, propane  stove, good cond. $18,000 885-  2001 #16  16' Run about/ lull canvas, 80hp.  Mete, galvanized trailer, loads ol  extras$5700OBO 883-9027#16  14'Hobie Cat Asking $1200, 886-  8295 #16  36' all yellow cedai, 3 cyl 16hp,  Easthope, offers. 885-5523 #!5w  13 1/2 Houislon with Twin V 30  HP Eviniude, Highliner trailer.  $2450.885-3130. #17W  30 ft. sailboat, diesel Rawson,  $30,000.883-1112. #16W  REGENT-NEW  Built in Alberta a quality mobile  home, 2 bdim deluxe. The finest  14'x67' mobile on Ihe Coast. Foi  only $54,900 Open 7 days a  week lor viewing. S.C.M.H.P.  886-9826 TFN  By ownei, 12x68 mobile home,  call 886-3039, 886-7306.        ss  Number 24 Big Maples Adull  Paik, Sechell. 2 bdrm., exc. location s everything in lop condition.  886-8320. #17W  24x52 Ihree bdim. doublewide 5  appl, musl be moved avail, mid-  Maich, $35,000,886-9229.     ss  28. Motorcycles  '86 Honda Aspencade, exc.  cond,, gaiage kepi, $7500. 886-  9595. ss  2 bdim lurnished condo Jolly  Roger al Seciel Cove Weekly  and monlhiy rales 885 7882 #16  GIBSONS Spacious 1 bdim suite  avail immed , $550/mo 298-  5215 ��17W  GIBSONS 3 bdim. 2 balh. soakei  lubs, gaiage. laundry. 5 appis  (t/2 duplex| good localion.  $850/mo 298-5215 H17W  1 bdim. duplex. V.x.mo., avail,  now! 2 bdim di: i, $450, avail.  May 1. + utils ;m.h.p. 686-  9826, H15W  1 bdim. suite W/F view. $362/mo.  883 917701883-9855       ��I7W  Building suitable loi laige vehicle  sloiage and repairs. Hallmoon  Bay area. 885-2703.        #17cn  2 bdrm. waterfront semi-delactied  on acieage. Porpoise Bay, $595.  886-9600, #15cn  Egmonl 1 bdim. laige cabin, sundeck, lully lurnished, on waler.  Avail. May 15. No pets. N/S, rels.  leasepos. .a.883-2222. #17cn  Egmont: Clean 2 bdim. mobile  home, 924 sq. II. plus sloiage  room, large dck. avail, immed.,  N/S no pel?, rels. lease possible.  883-2222. #17cn  1 bdrm. basemenl suite, furnished  $425/mo. utils. incl, single woik-  ing psison, no pels, Gaiden Bay.  883-9921. #17cn  20 II. sailboat on trailer. $2500  886-4566 #16  18 1/2 II. 5lh Wheel. 1983. gd.  cond., suite small Iruck, $9500.  883-1194. #l7cn  1979 Honda Pielude Runs  well.needs woik some tusl. $530  OBO 886-3311 #15w  1977 Accord H/back, 5spd, rebuilt  eng. Hans, $900 OBO 885-2084  #15w  '81 Honda Civic auto, $600 OBO  aller 6pm. 886-8871.        #I6W  1985 Bronco II 4X4, aulo., CD  player, gd. cond., $7500 OBO.  Days 886-9332 aft. 7 eves. 886  2983. ss  77 Chevy Nomad, deluxe window  van, parts. 886-2878. ss  1953 Chev. 1/2 ton. Rebuilt  engine.  Radiais, $2700 obo.  885-1943. ss  r     1981 Toyola 4x4, good condilion  Asking $1900 885-4818      #16  1972 22 It. motor home, new  motor, biakes. rubber, gd. cond.  $7495 885-7205 #17cn  1989 VW caigo van, many exlias.  gd. loi campei conveislon. Ovei  $25,000 invested. $11,500. 885-  6237 eves, #17cn  26ft. Rossen Sailboat, sink, stove-  closed head, VHF exc. cond.  Sleeps 4 $6900 886-8094   #15*  300 cu. inc. Fold Gas with 2.5 lo  1 Goig Warner. Both Zero hours  on rebuild $3000 OBO 886-8094  #t5w  1 lloat!6'x25' $5900 or two lloals  8'x25' $3400 each, on aii tilled 45  gallon containers. Mooring buoys  $75 each. Phone 947-9447, #15  KENMAC CYCLE IS NO  LONGER IN BUSINESS, FOR  ALL YOUR MOTORCYCLE  NEEDS, PLEASE CALL MTHD  885-3137 THANK YOU: JAY#l5w  85 Yamaha 750 Maxim X, Bland  new Tranny, 2 helmuts exc. cond.  $2250 886-7765. 886-8215 alter  5:00pm #l5w  1982 Yamaha 750 V-twin, black,  immaculate A pipes $2200 OBO  886-5405 #17  1985 Kawasaki GPZ 550 sport  bike. Slock exc. shape $2200  886-4982 #17  Avail. June 1, 2 bdim, house on  1.9 acies, 659 Heniy Rd.,  $450/mo. Phone 886-2673 lo  view. "Please do not disturb tenants." #15cn  3 bdrm. F/S, W/D, Rbberts Creek,  $700 incl. heal, avail. May 1.  4 bdim. 6 appis.. Sechell, avail.  until Sept. $750.  NRS Century West Really Ltd.  Property Management 885-  2235. #t5cn  Roberts Creek ��� sunny, large 3  bdim. F/P 3 appl., deck, $950 *  1/2 utils..; 1 bdrm. suite, sunny,  airtight, attached gieenhouse,  $575 +1/4 utils. Arthur 885-9859.  #17W  For lease 1/2 acte property neai  Sechell 8 new school sel up for  mobile home only 461 -3795 # 16w  Don Sutherland o' PEBBLES  REALTY LTD.will support youi  Residenticl, Commetcinl oi Industrial investment. Pebbles provides  a full sen/ice PROPERTY MANAGEMENT PACKAGE. Call Pebbles at 886-8107 for details. TFN  1411 Voyagei trailer $500 OBO  886-7010 #l6w  OH. camper, 3 way Iridge, slove,  luinace, 8 1/2 It,, $1500. 885-  4832. ss  1975 Aigosy 26 ft., gd. cond., lully  equipped, $6500. 886-2885 alt.  4pm. #17W  1978 Dodge Maxi-van, sound system, TV. lully equipped, good 9  oul of 10., $9000.885-2210.#17W  18 1/2' 5th wheel, good cond.  Suit small truck. 883-1194 $9500  #16  Arislocratic lowliner Iravel trailer,  sleeps thiee, 13 ft. lo hitch, easy  pull, asking $1000.885-4831.   #16W  1978 21' Frontier Motor home 460  Ford Chassis, propane. New tires,  awning. Low mileage. 8856052  #15  72 Evinrude 18 HP short shall.  Hike new, $350 OBO; 79 Volvo  Penlia 450. $500 OBO; 18 ft yellow cedai mahogany boat with 40  HP Johnson rebuilt spare leg, lull  canvas, fibreglass over wood hull.  sleeps 3 with trailer TLC. $1000  lirm. 886-8251, #7IW  1981 20- double Eagle hardtop  200 HP Volvo 280 leg, (H-6). Cub  sons Maiina, $17,500.886-2694  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70 HP 1989-  1990 Evintudes. Excellenl condition. Lowe's Resort, 883-2456.  TFN  SECHELT MMIK  SURVEYS 110.  Ciptiln nil Murray  MC.M.MC    MNAMSl  M.A.B.YC    ��� Marine  I  Surveyors and Consultants!  19' Inboard Clinkei lunaboul, veiy  fast and In lop condilion, surveyed  value $8500, offers S trades con-  sidered. 886-2738. ss  1979 27' Bayliner Victoria C/B.  255-280 Leg, new engine, low  hours, lots ol extras, $24,900  OBO. 463-8919 Ol 463-6959.   ss  Monlasa 250, on-road/otl-ioad,  exc. shape. $1200. $899. 886-  765501220-9564. ss  129. Wanted to Rent  Designer/carpenlei seeking  house/cottage lo lent or shared  accomm. Also willing lo peiliom  renovation woik 8 property mainl.  in lieu ol tent Paul. Vancouvei  873-2180 #17  Renl or lease 3 bdrm plus home  neai Gibsons Reliable working  adults Phone483-4562.    ��I7W  Wonderful Family Needs Home  3-4 bdim in Robeils Cieek, May  1 885 7702 rels avail      #l7cn  Pendei Haibour area, 2 or 3  bdrm rancher, level entry, mature  adults 883 9822 ��17cn  Young senior needs accomoda  lion house/suile oi shaie same  May or June 1st, leasonable renl,  long lease Sechell 885 7438  after 5:00pm #17  Cottage lor family of lour. At oi  neai beach, July I 14 886-7415  #I7W  | N/S lemale prefers same lor  shared accommodation In my  home, $350/mo. North Rd., Gibsons. 886-8095. TFNs  3 bdrm apt. central Gibsons lieai  incl $575 886-8150   ���      TFN  3 bdrm mobi'e, Porpoise Bay,  nicely decorated, clean,  waslier/diyer $675/mo utilities  included. 1 -986-0459 #17  "Gaiage wilh a view" Long, wilh  raised workshop space across  Gibsons Marina $200 I -738-3493  #17  Coast News (Monday)  Classified Deadline:  Noon Friday  .*--_ Gibsons &  Y$��.:    Sechelt Offices  31   For Rent  PROPERTY  MANAGEMENT  SERVICES  -   at  Sieve Sawyer  Kt'Nldciiliiil  < winner'ial  liiiltislrial  1 lelnemenl unit  available  Restrictions apply.  References  requited  Call Steve  Business  Opportunities:  I have a number  of very exciting  business opportunities available.  Call me   SEAMOUNT  INDUSTRIAL PARK  Fabulous 1.500 sq. II.  warehouse/shop/manu-  lacluring plant with  ollice, shower, mezzanine and huge ciane.  Laige lot with easy  access loi any size tiuck,  laces highway, close to  Gibsons Mall.  We will .������...  Scree., potential tenleis  Do movlng-ln Inspection  Anange lor maintenance  & lepans  Colled llie rent 8 damage  deposrl  Disburse rem monies lo  OW11PI  Do nioving-oiii inspection  FOR LEASE  approximately win tu  l.tOOsq. n.iirialiuluus  itlli-i' space in Inner  (ill-sons area, l.iiml-  liinl iiiiiy provide some  itMM'liiild Improvements,  FOR LEASE  LOCATION  LOCATION  LOCATIONI  Fabulous relail space  Immediately adjacent to  Galiano Market. Sechelt  (Beinadette's Galleries)  Perlect location for your  retail business.  Avoid all the hassles  and problems and for  just a pittance,  CALL the Property  Management Expert  STEVE SAWYER at  GIBSONS  REALTY LTD.  886-2277  Roberts Creek to Sechell aiea.  preler shared accom.. rels avail  required immed. liom Apiil lo  Aug. call 886-8755 and leave  mess, foi Nancy, TFNs  31. For Rent  2 bdrm waieilionl home Wesl  Sechell, newly renovaled, $800  per monlh 885-3247 aller 6pm oi  leave message ��17  Deluxe Jolly Roger view condo, I  bdrm lully lum. 5 appl. avail May  I-Juneao $550 per/mo S util.  Phone Bill 885 5714oi Bill 585-  9554 HI 7  Executive Home In Langdale  Laige 5 bdrm house wilh view  and balconies, 5 appl.. 2 1/2  baths, 2 sided F/P, hot tub. Elec  Plus heal S hot watei, auto. 2 car  gaiage lalandscaped yaid. Vertical blinds, skylight and island in  kilchen, walk to ferry. Avail,  immed., $t200/mo. So, no pels.  Call all. 5:30 pm 886-8801 or  886-3308 days. "17W  2 bum lownhouse quiel comet ol  senioi complex. Avail May 1 886-  7263 #16w  Supeib I bdim view apl, acioss  [ liom  Gibsons   Yachl  Club.  ' Kilchen, filled blinds, carpet.  patios Security door, laundry  $650 886-3420. #16w  I bdim, bacheloi suite, pnvale  enliance, lull cable included,  panoramic view, walk to ferry,  $450.886-7394 ��I6W  Cozy 2 bdrm duplex near Manna  and shops Call Bill 886-2277 or  Sam 581-8078 avail May 1 #I6W  3 bdim I 1/2 balh lownhouse,  central Gibsons, adull oriented.  No pets. Avail May I, $600/mo.  886-7051 ��16w  Rem oi sale. Excel, leims 1 bdrm  older mobile home, Sechell area.  Furnished oi unfurnished. 885-  7940 #16  3 bdrm. lull basement view home  lower Gibsons, avail. May t,  $875/mo. Phone 885-2978 all.  5pm. (II6W  RITZ  MOTEL  Qlbsons  Weekly. Dally Rates  886-3343  1 bdrm. bright, mountain view,  porch, laige bedioom, $495 plus;  2 bedioom sunny, giound lloor,  $525 plus. Arthur 885-9859.H17W  Blight, spacious 1 bdim. suite,  avail. May t, $500/mo��� ind. utils.  886-3573. #I7W  1 bdrm apart. Utils. uncluded.  Rets. No pets, n/s I working person. Deposit. $400 p/moDlh. 886-  9233 #15,,  Nice waleifionl apl. al Seciel  Cove $650 Please call Hood al  885-9368 oi leave message. #15  RV Spaces Residential/Consl.  workers, full hook-up, lei, catv.  avail, Gibsons area large landscaped sites. $200/mo Incl elec.  886-7051 #15w  31   For Renl  3 oediooms 1,620 sq It. near  new townhouse 1 1/2 baths. 5  appliances, coveied sundeck. carport $800 per mo 886 4680 TFN  2 bdrm apanmeni, new building,  quiel, secure, lowei Gibsons near  lo amenities Filled kilchen,  Winds carpels, balcony, laundry  lac. $745 886-3420 #I7W  Trail Island apailmenis, Wesl  Sechelt, beauMul ocean view, ��?  bdims . slove, Indge a-ail  immed, M'j.i 885 5143       '1,1  32. Commercial  tor Rent  1165 sq It retail. Sechell. three  private offices $780 net.  2000, 10,000 squaie leel exposure, will build lo suil  New ollice space 800 2400 sq 11  Wilson Creek. $8 OOnel  Relail space New Plaza 900-3000  iq.lt 14 OOnel  i  Grant Realty  886-3330  TFN  600 sq II piolessional ollice  space, giound floor, lots ol park-  ing on Famham Rd , uppei Gibsons Call 886-7020 days    TFN  Light induslnal 750 sq II. units,  $475/mo. Available immed in  Gibsons. Call Margin-921-6751,  #17W  RETAIL SPACE FOR LEASE  Seaview Place. Hwy 101, Gibsons 650 sq. II. S 1300 sq. fl.  Lome 1-733-9883 TFN  370 sq. fl, store front with/without  sloiage area, Appiox 600 sq. It  waiehouseS/oi shop space.  Fenced outside area also ava.l.  Central Sechell B85-7090 t!5'.v  Davis Pay, Wilson Creek Hall  availau;. Wheelchair facilities.  8i)5-2752.885-9863. #21  Roberts Creek Hall avail., dances,  pwl'ss. weddings. Yvonne 866-  7015. TFN  STORAGE  Healed,    pallatized,    gov't  appioved. Len Wiay's Tianslei  Lid, 886-2664 TFN  34  Help Wanted  Lord Jim's Resort now accepting  applications lot Ironl desk, sous  chef, piep cooks, P/T housekeepers and waitresses loi 1992 season. Phone 885-7038.      #15W  Gibsons Bus now hiring friendly, i  reliable bus drivers, lull/part lime. I  886-9318. #17W  Gol a pickup truck? Free trip lo  town plus $25 gas. Recycling  Depol needs occasional loads  taken lo Vancouvei. Call Goid.  886-8634. #15cn  Yard maintenance company has a-  pail-time posilion avail, immed.  foi a responsible peison Contact  Lorraine or Bill, 8B5-9041   #17cn  $200-5500 WEEKLY  Assemble products al home.  Easy! No selling. You're paid  direct. Fully Guaranteed, FREF  24 Hour Recording 80l-379-2',il5  Copyright #BCf 04DH.      ��26W  Assemble- light piodi ts liom  home. Easy work - exi ifent pay!  We provide dela s 2-,r s. 1604)  623-2080 Exl #A74, #18  BUSY HOME  BUILDING CENTRE  NEEDS HELP  Yard person ��� driver  Lumber yard woik ��,  local deliveiies. Class  III  Lie.  &  air brakes  required.  Cashier ��� Weekends H  holidays,  App:, in Willing  A.C. Building Supplies  Box 59  Madeira Park  V0N-2H0  Lower Gibsons 2 bdim, view  suite. Newly Renovaled throughout, has laundry .private storage  leave message. 883-9707  #!5w  iGtrmERtgava ,.,..���,.,  Cliild'JIB worker 'toured Pendei  Harbour/Sechei1 Part-time, contract posilion lo woik with children  With ctinllenging behaviour Hours  negniiable. Pay $10.13/hr Pretf.  ous experience and education an  asset. Please submit resume by  May I to Co-ordinalor, Special-  Services lo Children, c/o Community Services, Box 1069, Sechell,  BC. VON 3A0. 885-5881.    #17W \  $40,000/yr! READ BOOKS   ,:  and TV Sciipls. Fill oul simplij..  "like/don't like" loim. EASY! Fun;  relaxing al home, beach, vaca.;  lions. Guaranteed paycheck.  FREE 24 Houi Recording. 801,' I  379-2905 Copyright ��BC10 *EB. -.   #26W'  Ladies!!! Duplicate your husband's income. Work liom your,  home or office, earn $500-$ 1600  part-lime, $2500 lull lime. Call  886-2855 eves. #15  **i*  ~.~-_^JH Coast News (Monday Edition) Classified Deadline:  Noon Fridays - Gibsons & Sechelt Offices  34   Help Wanted  Require tnslaileis lo* vinyl s'G-ng  company must have own ladiJers  tools and relerences Won Fn  885-4572 ��15w  Fully Qualified hair stylist with own  clientele preferred, but not neces  jjiv Pie position is available due  to one ol our stylists leaving the  mduslry Please call Elaine 886-  3916 #!6w  Sunshine Coast Figure Skating  Club requnes Professional coach  'o* 199.2/93 season, lo* group and  private lessons Apply lo Box  1316 Sechell. BC VON 3A0 or  Contact Barb Nortoc 836 9005  alter 8 00pm It to  VOLUNTEERS  NEEDED  MEALS ON WHEELS needs a  piogiam assistant 2-4 his pei  monlh FleaitKe schedule  Volunteer Driver with Govt reg  car seal needed lo drive patent lo  medical appts m Gibsons Eape-  nses leimbursed  The Audio Book Library needs a  volunleei lo work with a padnei lo  distribute tapes lo Ihe visually  impaied  A Volunteer is needed lo help  with grocery shopping loi a  uansistion house on Tues. and  Fri. Two houis a day  A coordinator is needed for The  telephone Tree in Sechell.  Flexible hours and work fiom  home  For    these    and    mora  opportunities please conlacl  Hit Volunteer Action Centre,  885-5881  A service provided foi by Ihe  Ministry of Social Services and  Housing  usiness 4  Home Services  "CARTER ROOFING' At ol  rooling and repairs. Ed. M5-  0H3 ��t5��  Alda Powei Wash 500 to 3.000  psr eguipment. boats and residential Seniors discount Brian.  885 8989 #16  INTERIOR RENOVATIONS Wallpaper, palm, carpentry, dialling. Iree estimates, Relerences  available. M6-8095 TFNs  I  Cettittei Em Wltr  JDN MILL SERVICES  Sharpening A Repairs  lo all cutting tools Including  Moavaai Blades A Chalnsaws  Jamil Hirroi  41*1  PRESSURE WASHING  Boals, Vinyl sided Houses. Indus  Inal Eguipment. Pools. Patios.  Sidewalks, Fences, Roots Free  Estimates Call flick 886-0076  ��I7W  LAWN a GARDEN CARE  Low tales We have mower,  brushsaw. chamsaw. seeder,  pruning equip and a nailer loi  haul away A Inendly neighboui  you can count on Gilt certificates  avail Call Lorraine or Bill 885-  9041. ��17W  DRVWALL FINISHING  Laige oi small, fast reliable professional. Rob Holler 886-3573  ��17W  35   Business 4  Home Services  TREES TREE SERVICE  Dangei Tiee Removal, pruning  limbing & lopping, shaping, land  dealing. logging Fully  msuied We buy timbei 10*. discount semois 884-5263|24his),  KAVNOR  Interior cleaning big oi small,  bonded i reliable 884-5324 or  8862328 TFN  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD.  Topping   Limbing ��� Dangei Tiee  Removal. Insuied. Guaranteed  Woik Free eslimales 885-2109  TFN  Falhei A son lawnmowmg Service 8868796 I15w  Man wilh I Ion will do rubbish  removal, demolition tiee removal.  hauling 7 day setvice. tree estimates Pal 885-2870        Il5w  B Varcoe lootings, foundations,  sundecks Refeiences available.  885-7977 lIBw  YORKSHIRE GARDENER  Lawn problems' Gaiden oul ol  conliol? Need tree pruning, hedge  shaping' Friendly, reliable service Fully insured. Commercial &  residential Relerences available.  FRED 886 3526 TFN  Looking loi a new opportunity be  self-employed Thorough S on  going training { support No  investment. Have you got Ihe  desire S descipline? Lei's talk!  Bryan 1-980-4145 117  35   Business &  Home Services  "CERAMIC TILES"  Will install, free estimates 8S5-  5404, Wayne #17  COAST TREE topping, falling.  dangei tree removal, fully msuied.  prompt service 885-9577 oi 649-  1748 Herb Beam #19  .Home repaii S maintenance, yaid  woik, hauling, reasonable rales.  Consideration lot pensioners. No  job loo small. 885-3580 eves 5-7  pm. #15cn  spotless p/unmiuG  ���a WALLPAPERING  PRICE CARPENTRY  -25 Yrs. Experience  -Fully Equipped  -Relerences Available  -Design Consultation  BRIAN PRICE  8aS6-m.HI  36, Work Wanled  Experienced carpenter lot hue.  Fotms. darning and linishing. No  lob loo small. Call Diew, 883-  9478 #)5w  Dn/wall application, linish|ng, lex-  luring and painling. Call Stanley  885-3806 #17  Lighl moving I hauling yard 1  basemenl cleanups. Norm 886-  9503 #17  COOL RUNNINGS  Light hauling, lubbish removal,  yard maintenance, rololilling. odd  jobs. 885-3917 #17  Complete Bobcat Services  Excavating - Backfilling  Retaining Walls ��� Trenching  Landscape Consltuction  Drainage  886-1531]  PRESSURE WASHING  Quality Workmanship  FREE ESTIMATES  ���983-9843  IN HOME PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  Carpels ��� Upholstery   ��  POWEHIUL IRUCK MOUNTED lY*',  EOUIPWNI It    A  BEST P0SSIB1E RESUI IS    ife/a,  JUS! ASK AROUND1      '."aia*-".r  HOME IMPROVEMENT  Framing, carpentry, linishing,  drywall, painling. wallpaper.  Slelan Perry  886-3792  #17  Alda Typing Service: Resumes.  bussiness letters, invoices, etc.  Linda 885-8989 #17  DO YOU NEED  Lawn/landscape maintenance  weedeating, brushcutting. rubbish  removal., hedge fiimming, window  washing etc. Skip's maintenance  Seivice 885-2373 #16  Residential/commercial renovations, improvements, and repairs.  Free estimates, reliable service.  David Reid 886-4642alt. 6pm.  #t9W  Bookkeeping: Computerized or  manual. Phone 886-8611. #16W  Will's Window Washing, seniors .  discount. 885-7733. #16  Man with 1 ion dump truck will do  landscaping. Turf, cement woik,  retaining walls. Delivery ol sand, Mother ol I will babysit in her  gravel and top soil. Free esli-  home, Beside Gibsons Elemen-  males, 7 day service. 885-2870.     tary. 886-7375 #16  Ray's Constiuction and Glass - Responsible molhei will babysil in  We do II right the first lime. II you my boma, near Langdale lerry.  have questions oi job give me a Prefer ages 3 plus. 866-0957.  call 885-6386                  #16 #17W  886-3823  ��� DIVISION OF KEN DEVRIES  I ION riOORCOVERINCS  37. Child Care  when you  pay for 2  wmm.;mm*  I FOR ONE WEEK  �� In either the Monday  or Weekender edition  up to 10 words  25 cents for each  additional word.  ��� Births, lost &  W founds; Free  All classifieds must be  pre-paid before insertion.  Sure Sell Classifieds  $15 up to 10 words  $1 each additional word  Your ad, selling one item, will run 4 consecutive weeks,  then will be cancelled unless you instruct us to renew it  by classified deadline ��� Not available for commercial advertisers j  Coast News  CLASSIFIED DEADLINES:  Monday Edition Weekender  Noon Friday Noon Tuesdays  Gibsons 886-2622 Sechelt 885-3930  Nanny needed lot contenled  infant June pan-time to lull-tune ��i  lall My home or Robeits Cieek  prdened 865-3757 #i5cn  Funshine Daycare a canng, sale  enviionmeni. creative play malen  al. ECE ceililied slall Fun, lun.  lun loi 2 t/2 to 5 yi olds 886  3377 ��i6,v  Puddleducks has openings. Full  piogiam, lun. oalts, science and  more 886-3767 aisav  Molly Mouse Day Caie spaces  available > 18 months lo school  age Fun tilled canng enviionmeni  wilh early childhood trained stall.  6663913 #30  38  Business  Opportunities  Interesting specially magazine  25*. owneiship available $25,000  cash How shows over 400%  return lusl year, plus well paid  eaec position Write Magazine  PO Boa 1203. Gibsons. BC VON  IVO atSw  Looking tw a new oppodunriy io  be self employed? Thorough and  on gong naming and support. No  investment Have you gol Ihe  desire and discipline? Lei's talk!  Bryan 1-980-4145 II7CN  Clip newspapeis items - $2 00 to  $25 00 each! 'Woik- al home-in  spaie lime! Fiee details. Clippings, depl S210259 ���150-1857  Wesl 4lh Vancouvei. BC V6J1M4  Please Give Generously,  And Send All Your Mail  This Easter, Easter-Sealed  With Cam  t  Children's Hospital  l-uiuiaa. Wtjjg tart, wljaTT rtary tia-twax  NOTICE is hereby give lhal Credi  tors and others having claims  againsl the Eslata ol WILLIAM  JOHN PRICE, lormerly ol Gibsons who died Sepiembei 7,  1991. are hereby required lo send  then1 to Ihe undersigned Adminis-  trators al Box 190. Salmon Aim,  BC. VIE 4N3. betoie June 1.  1992. alter which date the Admin-  isiiaiois will distribute the said  Estate among Ihe parties entitled  thereto, having legaid lo Ihe  daims ol which il has notice. Norman Allan Price. Barbara Elaine  Price, Willie David Pages: by,  SIVERTZ, KIEHLBAUCH ���  ZACHERNUK, Barristers �� Solicitors, Box 190.316 Hudson Street.  N.E.Salmon Arm. BC. VIE 4N3  117*  ICBC INJURY CLAIMS  Free initial advice, call Anaslase  Maragos 669 3441 #2|  WITNESSES TO AN ACCIDENT  II anyone witnessed or knows  anything aboul an accident rnvolv  ing a pedestrian being struck by a  molor vehicle on March 22, 1992  al 2 00 am |usl north ol Sechell  on Highway lot. please reply to  the following address:  Adam de Turbervrlle. c/o Box 189,  30 Front Slteet, Nanaimo, BC  V9R 5K9.  The pedestrian was walking  towaids Sechell and Ihe moloi  vehide was travelling in the opposite direction. ��i5cn  LOOKING FOR  SPECIAL HELP?  We've Got The  CI��AN-UP BRIGADE  f Put yukkies in their place!  Why buy, when we've  got your number?  LOW COST FAX  TRANSMISSION  SERVICE  886-7725 or 885-3954  - Send or receive  ��� Local, national,  international  ��� Reasonable rates  ��� Confidential service  For more information  call 885-3930 or 886-2622  COAST^NEWS  Cruice Lane  Gibsons  Cowrie St.  Sechelt  Try a  Classified ad  offering a Career  Move.  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Call 1-  380-1972.   AUTOMOTIVE  Engines rebuilt lor cars &  trucks. 6 Cyl. from $995, 8  Cyl. Irom $1095. 5 Year or  100,000 Km limited warranty.  Bond Mechanical 872-0641  8-7 p.m. 7 days. Toll-free  Mon-Fri 1-600-663-2521.  CANADIAN ENGINES LTD.  Quality Rebuilt engines: cars  - light trucks. 6 cylinder Irom  $995,8 cylinder Irom $1,095.  5 year, 100,000 km. ltd warranty. 7days,(604)580-1050.  1-800-665-3570.  DEMO: 1991 TOYOTA  4RUNNER. Red. V6. 5-  speed, power group. Tire  package. CD player. 6 year  warranty. Only $22,900. Call  John (604)338-6761 or  (604)334-4819. DL-7476.   BOATS   FLOATING BOATSHOW'92.  Port Sidney Marina, Sidney,  B.C. April 23-26; 10 a.m. 8  p.m. Shuttle bus Irom Swam  Bay Ferry. New and Broker-  age boatsl   BUatDtNO SUPPLIES  DOORS! WINDOWS! Interior and exterior wood, metal  and French doors, wood windows, skylights. MORE! Call  collect to WALKER DOOR  and WINDOW in Vancouver  at (604)266-1101.   BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  REAL ESTATE CAREER OP  PORTUNITY. Protected (ran  chlse areas available in B.C.  Complete set up and training.  No real estate license re  quired. National Home Owner  Marketing (604)837-4960^  Well established aulo wrecking yard on 2 acres land. New  fully equipped 3-bay  bodyshop with olfice. Centrally located in Williams Lake  Contact Harold at (604)392-  7354.  ...WANTEDI Individuals who  en)oy PEOPLE, FASHION  and SELF-EMPLOYMENT!  Call Balance Fashions and  discover an exciting home-  based, direct-sales opportunity selling our fabulous cotton casual-wear! Minimal investment,  t-800-565-56001  SPRING INTO PROFITS. A  marketing breakthrough in the  $14 billion book publishing  market Is looking lor a distributor In your town. Low Investment. Huge profits. 1-  800-465-5400.  ���WHAT'S YOUR TYPE?*  MLM (a Sales loaders. Opening In Canada April 3rd. The  MLM company of Ihe 90's.  Metabolic typing will change  lives a shock the $55 billion  health, nutrition {a weight loss  industry. To find out why, call  now. 469-9720.  Owner retiring, very busy I-  hour photo retail outlet lor  sale. Too many goodies to  list Asleal$99,500. Monday  - Saturday, 9-5. 746-4333.  Serious inquiries only.  Established grocery store  (5,000 sq It) with meal department, paved parking and  three bedroom living quarters. Write Box 90, Hudson's  Hope, B.C. VOC IVO.  DRUGRAIDSEIZURESI Buy  din cheap! Cars, houses,  boats, computers, more... direct Irom LI.S./Canadian government! FREE REPORT:  Seizures, Dept. bc2, #150-  1857 West 4th Avenue, Van-  couver. BC V6J 1M4.  'HOME BASED BUSINESS'.  Major income opportunity.  Top products. International.  Sound management. Company has just started and is  looking lor serious individuals lo help market, North  America wide. Call Charles  at Dega Distributors, 1-800-  665 3032.  COLOURFUL BUSINESS.  Do you have a flair lor colour  and design' Decorating Den,  Canada's fastest growing interior Decorating Franchise  is expanding In B.C. Training  provided. Lower Mainland  525-8722, Provincial 1-800-  565-8722.  BLANKET CLASSIFIED  ADVERTISING  An Advertising'Best Buy'!  CREATIONSI Unique,  proven step-by step economic empowerment, success and buying strategies  and morel No Inventoryl  Global opportunity! Free recorded message. Toll-tree  B.C. 1-978-6017. Call  anytime.  BUSINESS PERSONALS  FUN-FILLED LOVE LIFEI  People ask Dr. Don, 'Where  can we get sex products discretely?' Privacy guaranteed.  Order catalogue $6.00 to: Dr.  Don's Products, #1173-1124  Lonsdale Avenue, N. Van-  couver, B.C. V7M2H1.  CAREER OPPORTUNITIES  DISCOVERY TOYS. Fun,  educational toys, books and  games. Adaptable for special needs, catalogue sales,  fundraisers. Part-time career  opportunities. Inlormanoncall  collect, Tami Calvert 274-  5496.    Jobs in Japanl California  Language Institute needs  teachers. Must have University degree and enjoy working with children. Interviews  held in various B.C. locations.  George DeYouna C.L.I.T.,  P.O. Box 39111, Point Grey  RPO, Vancouver V6R4PI.  EDUCATION  TRAIN TO MANAGE an  Apartment/Condominium  building. Many jobs available. Government licensed  home study certification  course. Call for details:  (604)681 5456 or 1 800-665-  8339;   EQUIPMENT  D8N 1987 3800 HR/TT Double tilt angle dozer. Free spool  winch (a arch. Bush guarded  $210,000. No GST. Retiring.  Chilliwack 1-792-0087 eve-  nlngs.   FOR SALE MISC.  Backhoes 2 & 4 W.D., 950,  960, loaders, 18' x 36' jaw  crusher, dump trucks and  pups, 455 case loader, water truck, excavators, and  more equipment not listed.  Call Vic 493-6791.   SMOKERS Grow your own.  Over 100 government certified seeds. Instructions included 5.50 a 1.50 SSH to: S  A S Enterprises, Box 52090,  Edmonton Trail P.O., Calgary,  Alia. T2E8K9.  FOR SALE MBC.   HANDLE STRESS. GAIN  CONTROL OVER THE REACTIVE MINDI It liam with  UiisbookDianellcs: The Modern Science ot Mental Health  by L. Ron Hubbard. $7.50.  Toorder call 1(604)681-0318.  Visa/MC accepted. Hubbard  Dlanetlcs Foundation, 401  West Hastings Street, Van-  couver V6B ILS.   OAROENa-NO  ONE STOP GREENHOUSE  SHOP, B.C. Greenhouse  Builders Lid. 7425 Hedley  Ave.,Bumaby,B.C.V5E2R1.  FREE BROCHURE Aluminum/Glass or Aluminum/  Acrylite SDP, Double-walled  GREENHOUSES, Soloriums  and compiele line ol Greenhouse Accessories. Telephone (604)433-4220, lax  433-1265.  HELP WANTED  CRUISE LINE EMPLOYMENT PACKAGE. Typesol  Jobs/How to get those Jobs/  North America Contact Directory/Moral For details call:  (604)535-3539.  HERE'S THE CURE FOR  THE'No Money Blues'. Independence, job flexibility and  unlimited potential can be  yours. So...shake oil those  blues. Call us today at 1-800-  661-3305. MaCherieHome  Fashion Shows, Oakvilkt, Ontario (Esl. 1975).  Vancouver Island requires  extremely capable  PLUMBER-GASFITTER  with metal experience. Flexibility with only the best el-  forts. Resume to: 45-204  Island Highway, Comox,  B.C. V9N3P1.   MISCELLANEOUS  HAVE CASH - will travel.  Buying Coin Collections, Old  Watches, Jewellery. Anything  made of Gold or Silver,  Sportscards, Stamp Collections. Stan Wright, Box  61144, Kensington P.O.,  Calgary, AB, T2N 4S6. Call  collect. (403)295-6192.  MOBILE HOMES  ATTENTION PARK OWNERS and mobile home buyers. We have a good selection of used and new mobile  homes in slock. Buy factory  direct. Noble Homes  (403)447-2333.   MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS  Gibson, Gretsch, Fender,  Martin, Larivee, Ibanex,  Marshall, Roland, Ampeg,  Electro-voice, Takamlne,  Yamaha, Tama, Pearl,  Ludwlg, Sigma, Jackson,  Charvel. Bob 847-3454 days,  nights 847-2817 alter 9 p.m.  PERSONAL  ADD A LITTLE SPICEI College Roommates - Cindy,  Lisa, Diane and Jennifer -  have exciling personal photos ol themselves for sale.  For discreet Into, write  SPICE, Box 670GB,  Kelowna, B.C. V1Y 7P4.  Adults only pleasel  STOPIII SINGLE? SEARCHING lor someone special? Try  our Mall Order Dating Serv-  Icel Reasonable lees, conlidenlial. For FREE DETAILS,  write: P.O. Box 2222  Kelowna, B.C. V1X4K6.  REAL ESTATE  PROPERTIES TO BE SOLD  tor unpaid taxes. Crown Land  availability. For Inlormation  on both write: Properties,  DepL CN, Box 5380, Stn. F,  Ottawa, K2C3J1.  Rancher, logger or dairy. 459  deeded, 200 cleared, modern buildings 4/parcels.  Peaceful, private, springs and  creek. 135 head lease, Est  347 loads ol logs, 1/3 cedar.  Listed al $598,000. Terms  call H. Desnoyer. Tradeland  Realty 545-5325, pager 1-  9770754, lax 545-4873.  SERVICES  Major ICBC and Injury claims.  Joel A. Wener trial lawyer for  22 years. Call collect:  (604)736-5500. Contingency  feesavailabie. InjuredlnB.C.  only.  TRAVEL  Coming to Vancouver? We  have rates from $46.95 dairy.  Weekly and monthly rates  available. BLUE BOY MOTOR HOTEL. Call 1-800-  663-6715. Full hotel facilities, casino, bowling.  Privately owned waterfront  properties for weekly rental  throughout B.C.'s Gull Islands, Shuswap a Okanagan  Lakes. To rent or list prop-  arty, call PRIVATE  GETAWAYS 1-675-4600. laisi INl'WS, April  IS,   l'il/  li>  ephemera  5 YEARSAGO  The sod was turned for the  new Capilano College building in  Sechelt hy SCRD Chairman Jim  Gurney, Gihsons Alderman Lillian Kunsller, Sechelt Mayor Bud  Koch, MLA Harold Long and  Chairman of the Capilano College Board Hilda Rizun. Mrs.  Rizun noled lhal Sechell was Ihe  firsl of Capilano's rural college  Communities to receive ils own  facility.  10 YEARS AGO  Despite Ihe wet conditions on  Sunday lhal may have discouraged many people form partici  pating in Debris Days, Friday and  Saturday saw between ISO and  300 people assisting in cleaning  up the beaches of Porpoise Bay.  15 YEARS AGO  The deadlne for beginning  construction on the Gibsons  swimming pool is July 9 and the  controversy aboul the size is still  going on.  The only sensible course of  action seems to be, since the initial cost is not the major hurdle,  to go ahead with a 25 metre outdoor pool and, if sometime in the  future it becomes economically  possible to carry Ihe cost of having il open all year, then cover it,  and we will have a facility which  will serve the community well in  the future.  25 YEARS AGO  Wally Peterson had a close  call while driving his iruck down  the highway last week. According lo Wally, he was passing Ihe  school al a normal speed and, on  changing lo second, nothing happened. The axle had apparently  slipped oul of the rear wheel differential. He hit Ihe brakes, bul  Ihe drums had pulled oul past the  shoes and Wally had a runaway  Iruck careening down the hill.  35 YEARS AGO  Elphinstone Aero Club mem  hers are seeking financial and  other forms of assistance lo gel  them started on the work prepera-  lory lo the construction of an air-  Held.  45 YEARS AGO  Captain J.A. MacDonnell,  managing director of the newly  formed company, Murine  Express Lines Limited,  announces a new lasl boat service to Pender Harbour, Jervis  Inlet area.  Please Give Generously,  And Send All Your Mail  This Easter, Easter-Sealed  With Cam ^  THEN HA  '^2LiC >\*>7  Rooms  $t05����  886-2804  PENINSULA MOTOR INN  PER WEEK  Plus Tax  Elphinstone  Secondary  News���  IMPORTANT DATES  April 23  21-25  27  May1  Report cards distributed (Term 3)  Science challenge "Week"  Parents Advisory Council Meeting. All  parents are Invited. (7:30).  Non-instructional Day  SCIENCE CHALLENGE WEEK  This month (April 21-25), as there is no District Science  Fair this year, Elphinstone teachers and students are  organizing a Science Challenge Week. Students in grade  8-11 will be challenged to do special science projects e.g.  bridge building in the gym. The projects will tie judged as  follows: Gr. 8's on Friday, Gr. 9-11 on Saturday AM.  Prizes will be awarded. Fund raising for Breakaway will  occur as part of the bridge building projects. Parents are  encouraged to attend the Friday and Saturday judging  sessions in the school gym. ��� "*"*"i  MS. INFINITY  On May 7, most young women from grade 9 and 10 will  be attending a special mathematics and science conference at the campus of Capilano College in Sechelt. The  purpose ol the conference is to encourage young women  to pursue careers In mathematics, sciences and technology. If you particularly want your daughter to attend,  please leave a message at the school office. (686-2204).  CHANNEL ELEVEN  Tuesday  April 14.1 W2  7:1m  Parliamentary Tulkliiu k  Maureen Clayton is the host, Ml.A. (iuulini Wilson and Ml' Kay Skelly  are the guests.  1*00  "I Am a Camera" ��2 The lliolographs of Ken Bell  Ken Hell plioiii|ttapti.s Woild War II  Ol  The Sunshine Coasl Salmonid Knliani einenl Society  Wednesday. April 15, l"W2  7:011  Gibsons Pool Renovations  7:J0  "I Am a Camera" #1 The Photographs of Ken Bell  In Ihis episode we look at Ken's work from Ihe very beginning until the  second world war.  8:00  Classic Cars #H "Minler Gardens"  ��:M\  Talk to your Local Government  Carol lllalu-y takes the hosts chair.  Thursday, April 16 ,IW2  7:111)  The Meaning of Men Live phone-in  8:00  "I Am a Camera" #.1 The Photographs of Ken Bell  8:30  Women in Trades. Live phone-in  SaSSST* SOUTHCOATFORD  West Howe Sound Fire Protection District  Gibsons Fire Department  PUBLIC NOTICE  OUTDOOR BURNING  WITHIN THE BOUNDARIES OF SAID DISTRICT  Under llie provisions ol the Forest Act and with co-operation  ol the Foiestiy Service, the West Howe Sound Fite Protection  District, and serviced by the Gibsons Fire Department, will  issue Binning Permits in the following manner.  CLASS A' PERMITS  (Land Clearing and Construction Sites)  NOW REQUIRED YEAR ROUND  CLASS B' PERMITS  (Small Rubbish Fires, Yard Clean-Up  FROM APRIL 15TH TO OCT.15TH, 1992  Step No. 1 -An application form obtainable at the  Gibsons Municipal Hall, South Fletcher Rd.,  Gibsons, will be filled out by applicant and  deposited there.  Step No. 2-Twice a week or as required a duly  appointed Fire Inspection Officer will take  these application forms, personally inspect  the proposed burning site, and if approved  will upon the receipt of Ihe inspection feej  issue a burning permit. *  A Site Inspection Fee ol $5.00 lor Class B and $20.00 lor Class A  Permits will be charged upon completion ol the sile inspection and'  piioi to issuance ol the permit.  NOTE: No peimit is lequired lor a screen covered incinerator.  On multiple site "Class A" permits a $20.00 site inspection  lee will be charged by EACH site.  WALLY DEMPSTER, FIRE CHIEF  easier services  Residents and visitors to the  Sunshine Coasl are invited to  attend either of two Easier .Sunrise services April 19.  Tlte annual Sechelt celebrationis planned for Snicketi Park  al 7:30 am, Gibsons area  churches will join together at  the Salvation Army camp in  Langdale al 8 am.  ���~��'W.  DOUBLE  YOUR  IMPACT.  When you want, maximum coverage of your target customers in the  Sunshine Coast market, you should consider advertising in both  the Const News on Mondays and  the Coast. Mews Weekender edition on Thursdays.  This double-barreled combination of the Coast News and tha Weekender  will ensure that your advertising message covers  your target, audience most effectively  Call the Coast, News advertising department today at  Costs less.  lasts longer.  What a Bright idea!  885-3930 or 886-2622.  light (so you save on your energy  hill) and lasi up to len limes longer.  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