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 I LEGISLATIVE UBRAKY  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, B.C. VSV 1X4  COAST  NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  ESTABLISHED    1945  April 27,1992 Volume 46 Issue 17  Gibsons  hopefuls  discuss  issues  Two women, two men, two  wilh experience, the other iwo  seeking election for the first  lime: the four candidates running in Saturday's (May 2) Gibsons by-election for a seat on  town council present a range of  ideas and philosophies.  Controlled development,  improved municipal services,  belter recreation, these may be  the central issues of the campaign, but in the spirit of election contests, the candidates -  Ted Kume, Joan Peterson,  Gwen Robertson and John  (Jock) Taylor Smith - also bring  a raft of other ideas to the civic  arena in the competition for ballots.  None of the candidates is  sharply critical of the current  council, though Hume and  Smith, who have both served as  aldermen before, suggested the  sitting members lack experience  and could be doing better.  For a closer look al the  candidates, turn to page  15; pool vole, page 3.  Highball! And Baseball season on the Sunshine Coast is  swinging into action. Joel Johnstone photo  SCRAPS recycling  program jeopardized  by Nancy Moota  They've recycled .'50 tonnes of garbage in the  past year, but the Sunshine Coast Recycling and  Processing Society (SCRAPS) might go under  without help from local government.  Faced with a drop in the price of old newspapers, cans, and bottles, members        of SCRAPS are worried about the  future of their recycling program.  "If present levels (of recycling!  keep up, at the end of next year we  will be $6,000 in the red," said  SCRAPS treasurer Gen Leslie at  the group's annual general meeting in Gibsons Tuesday.  SCRAPS started ils recycling depot in Gibsons  two years ago with the help of a $60,000 grant  from Environment Canada. The grant was distributed over the first three years of the recycling  program. Based on 1990 prices of recyclable products, SCRAPS members expected to be self-supporting by April 1993.  What they didn't plan on was the competition  from other communities which started their own  recycling programs at the same time.  "There is a glut in the recycling market due to  the success of recycling programs," said Bernard  McGrath, the outgoing president of SCRAPS. As a  result, prices have dropped drastically, and the  depot is only earning half as much as expected.  Coloured ledger paper which sold for $140 a  tonne in 1990 now brings only $30 a tonne. Newspaper prices have dropped from $25 a tonne to  $15. Clear or amber coloured glass which brought  $30 a tonne is now worth only $10.  SCRAPS can't even give away its green glass.  McGrath said the buyer is willing to take green  'There is a glut  in the recycling  market'  ���Barnard McGratb  bottles, but only if SCRAPS pays him $25 a tonne.  At the same time, the costs of shipping material  lo recycling plants on the Lower Mainland is going  up. In light of these market conditions, the group  hopes the provincial and municipal governments  will step in to support recycling.  Jim Gurney. Sunshine Coast  Regional District director, attended  Tuesday's meeting and told  SCRAPS the SCRD supports recycling in principle, but would make  no specific promises.  "The board doesn't have an official position with respect to recycling. We don't have a waste management plan," he said.  The provincial government requires all municipalities lo have a waste management plan before  1995, but Gurney said that the SCRD has been  holding back in case the province changes that regulation. The waste management plan is now being  developed.  Gumey pointed out that the Coast is under less  pressure to recycle than a city such as Toronto,  where landfills cost $150 per tonne of garbage.  The Sechelt landfill costs only about $15 or $20 a  tonne and there is plenty of cover material available from the nearby gravel pit, he said.  "It's both a blessing and a curse," he said.  "Landftlling is not the answer, but it's hard to justify recycling [financially]."  Meanwhile, the SCRD will pay for two delegates to attend a recycling conference hosted by  the Association of Vancouver Island Municipalities, Gumey said.  SCRAPS meets on the second Tuesday of every  month, 7:30 pm, at the Kinsmen Hall in Gibsons.  Evicted men's house clients question policies  w/ <?wncy mpov  Two men were evicted from Ihe controversial Port Mellon Men's Transition  House Tuesday. Keith McNicol, transition house director, says the two men  were using drugs, intimidating other  clients and "threatening the sobriety of  this house.  "This was their last chance, and neither one was making it," he said.  But one of the men, Michael Tataryn,  says his eviction was unfair. He said  McNicol has little control over his  clients.  "Keith is never around. There's a lot  of violent tension around the house,"  Tataryn said. "The biggest'guy in the  building controls the place."  Tataryn said McNicol evicted him  Director, colleague defend facility  after another client accused him of making threats with a knife. Tataryn says that,  in fact, it was the other man who threatened him.  McNicol would not comment on the  presence of a knife, but said that Tataryn  was evicted for breaking house rules.  "I threw |Tataryn] out because he was  intimidating and threatening people," he  said. He also said that Tataryn and the  second evicted man, whose name is Ed,  admitted using drugs while in the transition house. McNicol said he gave the two  men a taxi ride to the ferry "and a couple  of bucks for the bus," and told them to go  to Vancouver.  "At least |they] can go to a hostel  there, because there's nothing on the  Coast," he said. However, the two men  stayed in Gibsons instead.  Tataryn said he had been living at the  transition house since April 10. He  moved there from Vancouver, he said, to  get away from "the high life of high rise  construction."  McNicol said the transition house is  intended to teach basic life skills to  recovering alcoholics and drug addicts  who are following a 12-step program  such as the one used by Alcoholics  Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous.  "I can't baby-sit these guys 24 hours a  day. That's not what recovery is all  about. All 1 really need to provide is a  safe, clean environment," he said.  The Men's Transition House opened  in November over the protests of local  residents who were concerned about a  lack of supervision at the facility.  Charlotte Mallory, executive director  of the Action Drug and Alcohol Counselling Society in Sechelt, says she  believes McNicol is doing a good job.  "1 feel good about what's going on  there. They're taking their program really, really seriously," she said. She sometimes refers clients to McNicol. which  she said she wouldn't do if she thought  there were problems at his facility.  Framing Gibsons to charm the moguls  by Stuart BurniWa  The Gulf Stream II pulled  slowly out of Gibsons Harbour  at about len after three Thursday afternoon taking with it  about 60 well-fed California  movie producers, directors and  promoters.  The entourage is currently  prowling areas of the West  Coast in search of the ideal  movie or TV show location,  and the little town of Gibsons  Landing, still basking in the  warm but waning Beachcomber  sun, received favourable nods  for its size, proximity to Vancouver and over all charm.  "It's a great location," said  Cassandra Gava of L.A.'s International Film Financing and  Distribution company. "I'm  impressed with the tranquil  beauty."  The event was part of a "sister cities" relationship between  Vancouver and Los Angeles  that has resulted in numerous  Hollywood productions being  filmed in Canada.  "I've never shot any thing  here," said one of the celebrated  crowd, "bul I've never been  here before either... I didn't  even know Gibsons existed."  This is the third year a group  of California entertainment  guru's have visited Gibsons (a  completely different group each  time).  They docked at the government wharf, strolled the  lower town to the Marine Room  (below the library) and enjoyed  a barbecue lunch wilh food provided and cooked by the Gulf  About 60 movie industry moguls from California and Vancouver  cheon Thursday, an invitation to scout the Coast as a location for  the third year running the town has hosted the event.  Stream II crew.  They were greeted by local  dignitaries and celebrities like  Bruno Gerrusi, Jeff Mulcaster,  Peggy Connor and chamber of  commerce representatives.  Gibsons mayor Eric Small,  who travelled to Vancouver to  ride the 90-ft yacht into the harbour with the California contingent, is pleased at the op  portunity to show off his town.  "If something comes of this  five to six years from now then  the effort was well worth it,"  the mayor said. He added that  "there has been mention of two  or three scripts which might  find use of our area in Ihe  future."  Even if nothing comes of the  trip this year, there  were  sailed into Gibsons for a lun-  nim and television work. II is  Joel Johnstone photo  enough oooh's, aaaah's and  wows from the crowd to warrant holding the event in the  future, and who knows? Even if  Gibsons doesn't become a  northern movie mecca, or even  the home of one successful  series like the Beachcombers,  one or two good productions  could keep the town on the  tourism maps.  HEU stands firm  with no end to  dispute in sight  by Stuart lunula*  The Hospital Employee's  Union (HEU) was in its twenty-  third day of job action Thursday, with no compromise in  sight.  "We're still on total essential  services," said HEU spokesman  Linda Moseley last week.  "We're just waiting to hear  what happens next.          "No picket lines  have been set up (at  St. Mary's) yet,"  Moseley continued,  "but we're set up for it  and ready for it at  anytime."    Moseley said the  situation had continued much  longer than she originally anticipated, but added that there was  "no sign of cracking" from  HEU members.  "Our members are maintaining good morale...and we are  very strong in our belief that we  are right."  The last attempt to work out  a deal came early last week  when the HEU lowered it's  overall wage demands some  three per cent, however, the  HLRA maintains the amount is  still excessive.  At this point, the Health  Labour Relations Association  (HLRA) has offered the HEU a  5.5 per cent wage increase over  two years, plus a cost of living  increase for jhe same time peri-  "There is no  sign of  cracking'  -Liiuiii Mosele)  od; the union wants seven per  cent a year for two years.  The HLRA has offered $22  million over three years toward  pay equity: the union wants $26  million over two years.  In addition, the union is  demanding a 35-hour work  week for its members while the  HLRA is adamant about main-    taining the present  37.5-hour work week.  Every indication  shows the two sides  remaining polarized, a  fact that is beginning  to hit home with the  provincial govern-  ment.  Labour Minister Moe Shiho-  ta is reportedly ready to call in a  mediator and binding arbitration  could be in the offing.  Meetings last week between  Shihota, the HUE and HLRA  failed to accomplish anything.  The HEU job action has had  its desired effect, as none bul  the most critical surgeries and  emergencies are being considered at hospitals around the  province, including St. Mary's.  At St. Mary's, only 28 patients  remain in the hospital, patients  that for one reason or another  cannot be moved.  On a positive note, ihe  HLRA ratified its agreement  with the BC Nurses Union last  week, the same agreement it's  offering the HEU. Coasl News, Aptil 17, l*)l)J  Hospital Auxiliary  Gibsons Branch  PLANT SALE  $at May!  9:30*12:30 Sunnycrest Mall  Killam's clearcut in Secret Cove  angers residents, draws fire from SCRD  Selection & Variety of  _  the  ' coast  Make Your Own Accessories  I for Your Spring & Summer Wardrobe  'NANCY'S on ,i trip in Thailand & B.1I1  watch lor exciting new fashions and invvls coming soon"1  EXTRAS  ���fcLt-  For Around The  World Shopping  Cowrie St. Sechelt  Mon   Sat, 10 - S  885-6460  SUNSHINE COAST  LABOUR COUNCIL  April 28 - A Day of Mourning  "In recognition nl Canadian workers who were krilril.  Injured or disabled mi Ihe i"lilimine the |msl year"  f'.vm yearmnrpthan 1,000Cnuntliiiii workersntr killed  on ihe (oh, Ttiniis.iiiils more nn' pcrmanentl) ilisnlilptl.  Hundreds of ilinusiiiiils nn- iiiiiiri'il  Thousand*! orothers tile IV0111 cotiror, Inni: disease, ami  OlltCr ililllli'llls rinisi'tl In exposure In Invir sillistllllll'S ill  their work places.  \pril 28ofeach yenr hits heon eltnsrn lij tin' Cnnntlinn  IjahotirCongrestins'i Daj nl Mouniiiig far these virions  nf workplncc accidents and rlisciisi-s  \ ilii> to rctlcdicalc oursolves Inlhcgoitl ortnaking  Cnnndian workplaces safer.  I'nr infni ni.rlrnn please cnlllllcl:  Miirrnv (lantelon - Slllishini' (liiiisl I .iiiioiir I .munii  I'rcsiili'iil at 886-4955  byJanaSayd  To the soiitui of chaimvn  on llie hillside, di'vi'lopcr It.ivdt'ii  Kill,nn wai ia.it k .it.nn tins week at  the locus ol public concetti alter In'  cleartul aboul 23 ireea fiom a sio|K'  .iIhivc Ins parking lol at Secret (.'ove  Marina, possibly m cantraventiatt nl  both an existing land use cm en.ml  .uul the regional districi'a new me  111111111; Inlaw  Peggy Connor, ihe Halfmoon  H.iv iliicciot lor ihe regional disiim.  Mini she received several calls front  people who wctc upset about llie  cutting on llie slope, which acconl  ing in residents on neighbouring  properties began mi Apnl x ami  continued over Ihe next three days,  mini all llie Irees hail been laketi  down  Under au old laud use covenant  lor llie area. Bylaw 119, properly owners must ask Ihe regional dis  nicl's permission before making changes tn their land But there is  some debate ovei whether the covenant, which was put in place in  llie 1970s lor aesthetic reasons, is siill valid.  According 10 Connor, who spoke lo Killam, "He didn't feel he  was nndei llie covenant It's debatable, but we feel Ihe covenant still  stands." The SCRD is now seeking a legal opinion.  Apparently, said Connor, Killam decided to lake down the trees in  anticipation of Ihe regional district's restrictive tree-cutting bylaw,  which was adopted on the evening of April 4 If tree cullers were still  working on ihe slo|H' April II), however, that may also lx- an issue.  Once the SCRD's bylaw enforcement officer has examined the  site, the district will likely taking lie taking action against Killam,  which could include lines or orders to replant the slope, among the  possibilities,  Meanwhile nearby residents aie angry about the clearcut, for rea-  OLD COUNTRY FISH & CHIPS  (across from Dock-aide Pharmacy)  FRESH FISH  DAILY  Hours:  sons of both damaged aesthetics and  safely  According to ihe regional district's geotechnical report ihe rock is  possibly unstable, and some neigh-  hours are now afraid the Killam's  action al (he bottom of the slope  could mean slippage for their buildings at the top.  Others are concerned thai the Irees  left on their properties will now be  much more susceptible lo wind  storms, and could come down causing damage  Gerd linhoff, who lives just  above Killam's property says the  recent tree-culling has completely  destroyed his home's aesthetic value.  "There's nothing left in front of my  place You look al a bare hill," said  Havden Kill.,,,, Imh,,1ff "���He ���0*��**.v *-��lroy��. the  view here  linhoff also said he wasn't pleased the SCRD wailed until after  Ihe fad lo look into Killam's action: "I heard lhal people phoned in lo  the regional district while he was culling them, bul apparently Ihey  didn't do anything aboul it."  "I ihink he shows total disregard for anybody he's involved with,"  said linhoff "What is he planning lo do nexl? Someone has lo step in  and restrain him."  Meanwhile, the regional districl isn't the only local government to  be involved in legal squabbles wilh Killam.  According to Gihsons mayor Eric Small, Killam has indicated lo  council he plans lo appeal parts of a recent B.C. Supreme Court decision which upheld the town's prohibitions on tree cutting of the  waterfront and slope sections of Gospel Rock.  So far, said Small, "We're continuing to discuss Ihings with Mr.  killam but we haven't come lo any resolutions."  Neither Killam or his lawyer could be reached for comment.  Crown counsels talk  strike overpay equity  11:30 -7:30pm  430 Maiine Drive.Gibsons  (formerly Mariner* Take Out)  Walking  REEBOK  Men's and Women's  Comfort  Ultra  $79*��*-  reg. 9998  Cross  Training  NIKE  MEN'S and WOMEN'S  Air Cross Trainer  PONY  MEN'S and WOMEN'  Base Thief  reg. 4998  HI TEC  MEN'S and WOMEN'S  GT High  $69"  reg. 9998  ILBAY  MON.-SAT. 9-6  FRI. 9-9  SUNDAY 10-5  by Jam Seyd  A sirike by lawyers in the  middle of a recession may be  even less likely to win public  sympathy than Ihe recent NHL  players' walkout.  But local prosecutor Anthony  Rowley says lhal it's aboul lime  Crown counsels were paid on a  level with their peers who  defend those up on criminal  charges.  "The government spends I (I  times as much on the Legal Aid  program defending criminals as  il does prosecuting them," said  Rowley, who has been Ihe single provincial court Crown  counsel on the Coast for the past  13 years.  And at a recent meeting of  the provincial Crown Counsels'  Professional Association, 202 of  the 208 members agreed with  those feelings, voting in favour  of some kind of strike action.  Just what a province-wide  strike of prosecutors would  mean to the Sunshine Coasl is  still undecided, said Rowley.  The impact would likely depend  on whether there was a total or  only partial withdrawal of service, he said, and thai won't be  decided for a number of weeks  yet.  Prosecutors are protesting  what they say is an unfairly low  pay rate compared to Legal Aid  lawyers, who also receive a  stipend from the government for  Iheir cases.  While Crown counsel handles a stack of cases each day in  court, those cases are spread  among several different defence  lawyers, said Rowley, each of  whom is likely being paid more  for their services than he is.  Two years ago, prosecutors  in Ontario made gains after a  similar strike, said Rowley. Last  year, Legal Aid lawyers in BC  also received substantial benefits front the governmenl after  taking job action.  Crown counsels are hoping  for a similar outcome, although  Ihere are other options for the  government. "We could all get  fired," said Rowley.  ^   7  TRAIL AVE. & COWRIE ST., SECHELT885-2512  PUBLIC NOTICE  Following the conclusion of our Close Out Stile, the  remaning stocks at Aii Biaba Oriental Carpets Ltd. must be  liquidated at the fall of the gavel.  GIANT ONE DAY ONLY  UNRESERVED  PUBLIC AUCTION  Hundreds of fine quality hand-knotted  PERSIAN CARP.ETS  Room size area rugs and runners of all sizes In wool and silk and  wool blend all must be liquidated. Confirmed origins from Iran.  Pakistan. India China, Turkey, and Afghanistan.  It you visited All Baba Oriental Carpets Ltd. In White Rock, B.C in  the pasl and saw carpets you wished you could afford, now Is the  time to take advantage ot the  EXTRA SAVINGS  available at this unreserved auction.  Auction will be held at  The Cedars Inn  895 Hwy. 101, Gibsons  Sunday, May 3,  1992 at 1 P.M. sharp  Viewing from 1-2 RM.  10% freight, brokerage warehousing charges to be added  wflf  ^MMAMM  IMM Coast News, April 27, 1992  news  Rural voters included in pool vote  Not only Gibsons voters will  be going to the (Hills Saturday.  Voters in electoral areas D  (Roberts Creek), E (Elphinstone) and F (West Howe  Sound) will also be polled on a  referendum to borrow $305,000  lo upgrade the Gibsons swimming pool.  The total cost of proposed  renovations is $425,000, bul Ihe  aquatic commission has  $45,000 in reserves and a GO  BC grant of $80,000. If  approved, the loan portion will  cost contributing taxpayers  from those areas about $7 per  $100,000 of assessed properly  value.  The renovations involve  expanding and refilling the  changing rooms, building a  2,400 sq.ft. addition to house  new swirl |mki!s and an admin  islralioit office, converting the  existing swirl pool localion for  extra public viewing area and  undertaking major mechanical,  insulation and ventilation  repairs.  If Ihe referendum passes,  the commission plans to carry  oul the improvements in late  summer.  The Peninsula Recreation  (PERC) study recommended  the upgrade, pending construe*  Bert Norman explains Ihe details or the Gibsons pool expansion in an effort to win support for the  project in the upcoming referendum. Joel Johnstone photo  tion of a major districl recreation complex at Cliff Gilker  Park in the future if and when a  district-wide recreation commission is sel up. Al the point,  the Gihsons pool could serve as  a leisure pool or be converted  to some other recreational use,  such as racquet courts, the  aquatic commission says.  Polls are open from 8 am to  8 pin in the Gibsons Marine  Room, Roberts Creek Elementary, Cedar Grove Elementary  and Langdale Elementary.  THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS  AT ANDYr  au prices c  INCL  GST *  MONDAY   '  DINNER SPECIAI  58.95      <  with appetizer ���  ���*       $10.95  WKDNKSDAY  \       PRIME RIB  NIGHT  3- 10pm  THI'KMIAY  PASTA 10"�� OFF  A'll entrees:  Substitute lasaqna  or Spaghetti Ff  BUFFET BRUNCH  Adults $8.95 ��� Children $5.95  Seniors $8.00  llam-2:30Dtn  army's 4  llll.HV,   \x    km     I.IHSONS ^^   ()���������   ]Mh    1 HI' m    III  Program gives students needed information  by Jane Seyd  While issues like condom machines in school washrooms and a recent controversy  over a provincial survey of  teenagers are good at attracting  public attention, behind Ihe  scenes the regular Family Life  program in local high schools  has continued quietly over the  years to address the sometimes  thorny issues of sexuality, relationships and growing up thai  teenagers are faced with.  A compulsory provincial  program, Family Life covers a  wide range of issues for students in grades 8 to 12 outside  the regular classroom subjects:  everything from mental health  and drug abuse to pregnancy  and sexually transmitted diseases.  This year, for instance, students from Chatelech high  school all spent a day in special  workshops held at Rockwood  Centre: girls learning about self  defense and assertiveness while  hoys discussed their attitudes lo  sex, relationships and anger,  among other topics.  Tlte way Ihe program is presented varies from year to year,  says Chatelech counsellor Don  Lewis, and the challenge is  always to keep students interested enough that some of ihe  information will stick with  them.  All loo often, teenagers still  have the attitude that they're  immortal, says Lewis: "Nothing  can happen to them. They're  smart enough to stay out of  trouble."  Not surprisingly, teenagers  don't know it all, though, says  Lewis and issues like the growing incidence of AIDS and HIV  among teens make it more  important that ever that they  learn how to deal with complicated personal subjects.  Often the most powerful way  of getting a messages across  through a personal approach,  says Lewis, such as a recent  presentation to students by a  speaker from the Vancouver  Persons wilh AIDS group.  Knowing of someone who's  actually had a drug problem or  an unwanted pregnancy, for  instance, can also make a difference.  When earlier versions of the  Family Life program first  arrived in the schools "anything  to do with sex and education  when it first came out was controversial," says Lewis. But  these days, many of those attitudes are changing.  While it doesn't happen very  often, there are usually some  parents wjio prefer to teach the  Family Life issues at home,  rather than have their children  be involved in the school, says  Lewis, "which is certainly  valid."  Others, meanwhile, criticize  the schools for not leachinf  enough or not teaching students  about the issues earlier.  "From the start, we've been  going as much as we can," says  Lewis. "We don't promote spe-  op quality  computer output.  Now available on the Coast.  You can get the very best in output from your  desktop computer tiy using our new Linotronic 200  Imagesetter and Howtek Scanmaster II technology.  The Linotronic 200 will provide amazing  typesetting quality output of text or illustration  from your Macintosh or IBM/PC. 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. 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Medical Clinic  NOTICE  Duo to a recent British Columbia  government decision to unilaterally  cancel B.C'. doctors' negotiated contract,  the B.C. Medical Association has  requested all B.C. doctors attend a study  session on Thursday,  April 30th, 1992.  Please be advised the  Pender Harbour Clinic, Trail Bay Clinic,  Sechelt Clinic, Wilson Creek Upstream  Clinic and the Gibsons Medical Clinic  will all be  CLOSED THURSDAY, APRIL 30th  Emergency medical services will be  dealt with by St. Mary's Hospital and  the on-call doctor.  Tune Up  4 cyl.  6 cyl.  8 cyl.  Labour on  Fuel Filter  Extra on  E.F.I. Vehicles  6 cyl. Aerostar  Extra 1/2 Hour  Labour  Wharf Rd��� Sechelt   885-3281    van tm Fra�� dm-mii     885-7211 (pons Dmact rtwn��    moi 59m  mmmmmmm  uurnM Coasthtews, \|)iil.��7, |992  opinion  A yearning for  integrity  Our Minister of Trade, Michael Wilson, is louring  China trying in drum up some business F�� out suffering  economy. It is hard to understand why politicians who gel  elected assuring us thai the governmenl might to stay out  of business" way then spend a considerable portion ��>t  their lime acting as cheerleaders lor Canadian business.  It the governmenl should stay out of the way whal is  Wilson doing touring China ai taxpayers' expense on  behalf of Canadian business?  And are there to lx- no standards we observe in Ihe non  economic area of human rights? It's only a lew years  since China appalled the world with its savage repression  of Student protest and Amnesty International tells us there  are still many political prisoners in the jails ol China  Moreover, it's only a mailer of months since three  Canadian Members ol Parliament were given the bum's  rush out ot China tot insisting on asking questions aboul  infringements of human rights in thai country.  Asked aboul the latter incident. Wilson - who lakes  second place in mellifluous and insincere pomposity only  to the Prime Minister - said the mallei was closed and he  was in China lo discuss trade matters alone.  It would perhaps be a much simpler world if we could  pigeon hole all our concerns away and deal with them  simplistic-ally one at a time as though ihey affected nothing else. Who cares if there is brutal repression in a given  society, il is not our concern. Who cares it the economic  practices of any given regime are endangering the environment, we are only interested in nade.  We have had some difficulty in expecting too much oul  of Michael Wilson since, as Finance Minister, he assured  us that the GST would be 'revenue neutral'. Here is a man  uninhibited by honesty or scruples,  That is understood. Bul sometimes there must be a  yearning among Canadians to be represented in Ottawa  and abroad by men of principle and integrity.  Standing on guard  for Canada  And while our Trade Minister carries Ihe economic  content of the flag to Communist China, ottr Prime Minister is representing Canada's interests in Europe.  The issue is simple. We, Canadians anil Europeans, are  doing to the codfish off the Grand Banks of Newfoundland what the white hunters did to the plains buffalo one  hundred years ago, driving them to extinction.  Two portions of the Banks lie outside Canada's 200-  mile limit and fishermen front the European Common  Market are setting their own quotas and fishing vigorously away though by every report the catch is down or consists of immature fish. Disaster not only looms, it has  arrived for most of the fishermen of Newfoundland,  Faced with this challenge the intrepid Mulroney goes to  Europe and gets the Europeans to agree to a scientific  .siudy of ihe situation. Even John Crosbie, Newfoundland  resident Tory, acknowledges gloomily that a study is  unlikely to satisfy Newfoundlanders, or save the fish for  that matter.  Faced with a similar threat some years ago little Iceland conducted itself with such determination and fearlessness that they solvetl their problem. Perhaps international popularity was not as important to them; perhaps  they just had a clearer idea where their interests lay and  when to protect them,  l^mtf-Coasftih6'fZ  letters  Global rights in the  forest wilderness  I'm writing ihis letter to nsk  the government lo plense preserve Canada's old growth trees  in RC  Please let the Caret! Ranj;i-  Upland, on the Sechelt Peninsula  lie made a wild park and please  preserve many wild areas for the  animals anil lor out children  II the iinimals and llie children  of the world could speak about  whin's happening to iheir forests,  they'd waul many wild places left  Untouched and protected.  This is not a matter ol human  righls. ll is a global ri>ltit to keep  the wilderness and all species  protected.  I want the children lo lv proud  of its adults for respecting our  Canadian homeland. It's selfish  In take away the lasl vestiges vi  llie atlcienl forests in Canada, al  for the sake of a lew jobs, which  are going to go anyways. Even I,  as a house painter, have lo create  a new occupation for myself,  because wood is being replaced  by vinyl, .etc. and house painting  is turning into house spraying.  I have to accept this and will  find a new line of work, even if  it's hard. And this is what  foresters know ihey must eventually do. Just like me.  It's not fair for Ihe foresters to  continue logging Ihe old growth  trees and clear cutting the (uresis  away. It affects the whole world  ll lakes everything, and leaves us  nothing to enjoy out there And il  makes us an example of a country that wouldn't learn from llie  mistakes of other countries,  which wiped out their forests.  The forest industry is falling  Why should it take the trees, the  animals, and everybody else  down with it?  If only the governmenl would  get more supportive on a national  scale, and make it easier lor peo-  pie lo recycle, and lo convert  their vehicles.  And make the big businesses  stop polluting There would lie  quick results and all living things  would benefit  ALICE IIOMBI.ITON  Gibsons  Look beyond  spiking propaganda  It is plain Irom the writings of  a couple of locals that Ihey  assume all tree spiking is the  work of "the environmental  lunatic fringe." This assumption  is not necessarily correct.  First of all, we need to consider who benefits most from tree  spiking II is certainly not the  environmental movement, but ihe  very companies anil practices  thev oppose. Tree spiking only  serves to alienate a large portion  of a public, which is otherwise  overwhelmingly in support of  environmentalists.  The latest episode in the Wal-  bran on Vancouver Island could  very well have been cooked up  by the forest companies or lobby  groups supportive of slash and  trash logging practices.  Very professional-looking  footage was provided to CBC-  TV In that footage, an old-fashioned looking middle-aged logger  tells the cameras how worried his  little daughter is at home just  after having conveniently 'found'  a spike. This does look at little  set up, to say Ihe least.  All this serves 10 put the environmental movement on the  defensive while the massive  destruction of BC's forest continues virtually unabated We need  to look beyond propaganda and  analyze Ihe real issues. We need  lo avoid jumping lo conclusions,  however attractive or facile Ihey  may seem.  ROGER LAGASSE  Hulfmoon Bay  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  Noise meeting was  not confrontational  An open letter lo Sechelt  mayor Nancy McLarly:  This letter is written in  response lo your quotes in Iik.iI  papers and in response to .your  lenejt of March 30, 1992, to the  Hoiiottrable Anne Edwards, Ministry of Energy, Mines and  Petroleum Resources.  You have taken issue wilh the  fact lhat Construction Aggregates  Ltd., closed down our operation  in order to allow interested people in our employ to attend an  open meeting on March 24, 1992.  The purpose of (he meeting was  to gather information on Ihe con- ���  cerns of some members of the  community regarding noise.  I am sure you will recall that  following your request for a  'Town Hall' meeting, you asked  us to arrange a location, which  we did. This was to be an open,  meeting for people in ihe area.  Surely we cannot deny the opportunity for our employees, who are  residents of the community and  who have a very major stake in  the project, to attend an open  meeting and express their views.  Although we received some  very constructive criticism, in no  way did we find the meeting  upsetting or confrontational. At  any meeting of this nature, there  are bound to be differences of  opinion, but lhat is not negative.  Since the meeiing we have started work on the following to help  alleviate some of the concerns  expressed:  ��� Eliminate start-up horns on  equipment operating from 10 pm  to 7 am. turn lo page 5  We are going to have to do more than talk, folks  There is, we understand, to be a world environmental conference in Brazil this fall, On a more  local front, last weekend saw a variety of doings  and sayings in the name of Earth Day, a relatively  recent manifestation of concern for the planet, the  only home our species has ever known.  Internationally or locally, the evidence of growing awareness of and concern for the complex .systems of interactions which make life possible lias  to be seen as welcome.  But it seems lo me we would be well advised to  delay any congratulations, either personal or  species-wide on the subject of our growing awareness.  To begin with, though an international conference to discuss the environment is welcome, some  of the most influential players on the world stage  are hedging about attending the'eonference.  Notably President George Bush of the United  States, and at last report, Prime Minister Brian  Mulroney of Canada.  On this issue, as on many others, we need not  pay too much mind to Mulroney. He speaks. God  help us, for us but one gets the feeling that if  George Bush decides belatedly that there are votes  to be garnered in this fall's elections by becoming  an ardent environmentalist and thereafter pronounces a fervent intention to attend the Brazil  ���m  ���N  I  musings  john burnside  conference, then a das or two later our Mr. Mul-  rone\ will announce a similar conversion.  There are good strong Canadian voices speaking  up on the question of the environment. Maurice  Strong is in fact the chairman of the international  conference. He is a Canadian and a prominent  business man. He was. for example, the first Chief  Executive Officer of PetroCan. a man who made  his reputation and his fortune in the Alberta oil  patch.  According to Strong, and many others, we are  approaching a cusp in the life of the world. This is  no airy-headed radical. He says we must start  charging, as has been suggested by the European  Common Market, a tax on fossil fuels for the sake  of the atmosphere which sustains us.  Only, argues Strong, if we charge the cost of  cleaning up pollution to the fuels which do most  damage will we be motivated to develop alternate  and more environmentally friendly sources of energy-  But the United States uses by far the most of the  world's fossil fuels and makes them available to  consumers at a far lower tax rate than any country  in the world. Is there anyone who thinks that Old  George 'read my lips' Bush is about to present this  argument to the American people in this or any  other election year?  Strong points out that the Japanese are much  more frugal in their use of energy, getting an equal  amount of production out of half as much energy  as the Americans. Not only is this frugality good  for the environment, but it gives the Japanese a  major competitive advantage in the struggle for the  world's business.  If the dollars and cents of competitive disadvantage has not moved the Americans to look critically at their uses of fuels how likely are the less tangible, but possib'y more telling, issues of air and  water?  Nor, without the wholehearted participation of  the United States, is it clear what the Brazilian conference can achieve other than pious homilies, the  which we have more than enough of already.  And, if this can be said kindly, also on the local  front we probably have more than enough pious  homilies about the care of our environment  already.  That there are major power blocs in the world  which see the care of the environment and concern  for the future as totally unnecessary and foolish is a  given; that many people who have become enlightened are content to congratulate themselves on  their own personal awareness is a serious sadness.  It may simply not be enough to preen in self-  satisfaction because we are more enlightened than  our brothers and sisters. There are serious thinkers  who believe that if we do not in the next decade or  so reverse the directions we are taking we may  pass the point of no return.  There are, we are told, an unprecedented number of icebergs breaking off Antarctica and floating  inio the shipping lanes of the southern hemisphere.  It is said that the warming of the earth's atmosphere is the cause. The signs of serious changes in  the world around us grow but still we fail to take  the hard decisions and to make the serious sacrifices which might stem the tides of change.  We are going to have to bring ourselves to the  realisation that there is nothing more important,  nothing more holy than the planet itself. Without it  and its sustaining atmosphere all of the petty little  doctrines that exercise us will go with us the way  of the dinosaurs.  COAST^NEWS  The Sunshine Coast News is locally owned  and published on the Sunshine Coast. B C  every Monday by Glassford Press Ltd., Box  460 Gibsons BC. VON IVO. (6041 686-  2622. Fax (604) 686-7725, Sectiett Office.  Box 68 Sechett, B C (604} 885*3930. Edrto-  n.ii 1604) 885*3980. Fax (604) 885-3954  Hie Sunshine Coast News ts protected Dy  oopynght and reproduction ot any pan o( n by  any means is prohtxtled unless perniisjion r.  writing rs first secured from Glasslcrd Press  Ltd. holder of Ihe copynghl Sub-scnwon  rate Canada - 1 year $35. 6 mo $20 Fon-  egn $40 Second dass mat Reg No 4702  Manner  Pat Tripp  Office Manager  Anne Thomson  Editor  Office Staff  Gibsons Kim Curre.  Reporters  Siuan Burnside  Jane Seyd  Janice Edmonds  Photogrspher  Joel Johnstone  Contritjuting  John Burnside. S Nutter,  Writers. Artist  Rose Nicholson. Peter  Representees  Denise Sherman.  * Photographers  Trower. George Cooper,  Beverley Shipley. Rutn  Simone Cartysle-Smith  Forfesier Lynn Mees.  M.vgaret Wan. Jaciyn  Vincent. Joyce Ostry.  Marguerite, Harry Turner.  John Rainer.  Beverley Shipley  Jo-Anne Sheanh  Yout community's  AWARD-WINNING  new spj/xv Coasl News, April 27.1992  opinion  Political tale of a lost tin trunk  "*^A��*'  I arrived in Ottawa near the end of '45 wilh my lin trunk still  intact. It had been with me, Ihis trunk, for over four and a half years;  reahahly at the fool of my bunk or sometimes bed; and everything 1  really needed would be there inside. Now, on Ihe first move back into  civilian life, 1 was about to lose it to communism.  We all had had these trunks, pretty well identical Ours were painted blue (for the air force) and had our initial ranks and names and  numbers painted in white on the lids. Some rather funny types had  Iheir ranks changed on their trunks as Ihey progressed, but you could  usually tell who these characters were likely lo be.  They all locked of course, and could be locked quite securely wilh  a padlock of your choice. In a uniform situation then Ihere was ihis  aspect that you could never really know what might be in another fellow's trunk. I was, for example, first invited to try marijuana in Gander, Newfoundland in '42 and il came, of course, oul of somebody's  trunk. A man who became a special friend of ours, Leonard Rubin of  Hartford, Connecticut, arrived with the heaviest mink. He was carrying almost everything that would normally be in his trunk: jacket,  pants, extra uniform, boots, greatcoat, so what could be in the trunk?  When opened it was almost all paper. He wtis in the middle of a  Guggenheim Fellowship to write a biography of Thomas Wolfe. He  had got into Wolfe to the point of writing hundreds of thousands of  words, and he had brought il all with him.  With the stuff taken out of them and stuffed away in cupboards Ihe  trunks could meet other uses. Bottles for example, could sometimes  be found in (hem, and the lids provided an okay bar. You could come  back from a flight at 2 am, find yourself out of supplies, go aboul lo  your belter frienils, and give their tntnk a nudge lo see if il clinked.  My tntnk gradually filled with mostly paper. A collection of magazines of the time - Horizon, Ihe Nation, books, first goes at writing,  bits of a novel (probably awful), bits of a play, logs and charts of  what I thought interesting flights, and bags of notes and a big collection of photographs. I was travelling with Ihe trunk, and first one, and  then two duffle bags.  Somehow or other, despite a reputation for fecklessness when il  came lo moving luggage aboul, I arrived in Ottawa still with this  whole lot intact. I was there with the optimistic notion of worming  my way into the film board, and I had found a place lo slay wilh  Harold Beveridge, the producer of labour films at the baord. The  trunk went into the trunk room of his house on John Street, and as far  as I can remembr I never got to open il again.  Harold was an orphan but had been fortunate with his foster parents in Alberta, a solid couple strongly Methodist. Harold tried to be  obliging and was taking services in small chapels on the prairie. The  in a nutshell  JowrwyMMi Woriwiamliii  VOTE FOR  1. Experience - 5 years Surrey Alderman  2. Human Rights - former Commissioner  3. Vancouver Canucks - Team Work  HMiiffinffflm so %  s. nutter  parents reciprocated and sent him to the Methixlist College, Victoria,  at Ihe University of Toronto. They thought he would make a minister  Bul Harold was really very brighl. He became editor of the Varsity  and above all he discovered economics. He plunged into the general  scene and moved steadily and inevitably left.  When I knew him at the end of the war, as producer of lahnui  films, he had developed a wide reputation in union circles as the man  lo go lo in Ottawa to vel, edit and advise on submisisons etc. to Ihe  department. There was a lot of this at the lime as wartime regulations  were relaxed, and group after group came lo the house on John Street  for informal evening meetings. I, an ignoramus oul of all activity in  Canada for five and a half years, would move aboul on the fringes of  these meetings opening beer bottles, putting on background music  and keeping my ears pricked.  It may be difficult today to envision the way il was then. It seemed  clearly a time for possible change. People with fair and honest and  educated minds were seeing communism as a clear alternative. Agonizing reappraisals were going on all over the place. Harold, ultimately, elected for communism.  He joined the parly and of course, left the board. He went to  Toronto, lo the Workers' Education group, but they lurfed him when  they found he was card-carrying. He went whole hog and went o  Prague where they made him a professor of modem languages.  Meanwhile I bad moved lo a cottage up the river and arranged  wilh ihe man who took over Harold's house lo leave my trunk in his  tntnk room. When 1 finally came lo pick it up months had gone by  and the trunk was not there. We could only suppose that il had got  moved with Harold's stuff and Harold was in Prague and there was  no tracing il.  Harold had enough of communism inside two years, and went to  England and became a manageable 'Marxist'. But could there be a  small museum in Prague where my pictures are? 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BC VON 1V0  news  Business development program  prospers with new federal funding  The Sunshine (\i.isi Business  Development Centre continues  lo liliassuui in ils role ol providing venture loans to local business  Tin- federally funded pro  Ci.iui has just received  5.4IMI.IMKI lor ils fourth year of  operation under Community  PutUm, pint ol llie Canadian  Jobs Strategy  The Community Future* pro  gram is geared lo helping workers ill communities winch have  serious economic problems, bul  slum potential lor growth The  Sunshine Coasl Cominunily  Futures Committee, chaired hy  Reagan Chilton, assesses community needs and may recom  mend one or more program  options to support small busi  ness development and lo help  workers start new businesses or  learn new skills  "We have chosen Ihe Business   Development   Centre  option,    which       provides support  for small businesses, as one of  llie besl suited to  address ihe needs  of our community," said Chilton.        The centre has a successful  track record of working with  entrepreneurs on Ihe Sunshine  Coasl. To dale $767,000 has  been loaned to clients and it is  projected lhal an additional half  a million dollars will be loaned  in ihe nexl 12 months. It has  'Planning and  decision making  are tbe keys to  success'  jobs have been created or maintained with the assistance of the  Business Development Centre.  Job ci cation is the principal goal  in making funding decisions.           A local board  of directors runs  the centre. Chairman Mike Ryan  said, "The participation of local  business people  in the planning  and decision making of the  Business Centre are the keys lo  success. Wc know Ihe cominunily and we are able to respond  to ihe unique needs of local  businesses lhat can'l be met  through conventional sources "  Coordinator Pain McKinnon  been estimated thai over 300      said 39 loans have been made to  MAY 2nd  REFERENDUM  ITS YOUR  Vote Yes  ADVANCED POLL Mutiicpal Hall, 474 South Fletcher Road, Gibsons, B.C.,  (Gibsons Only) Friday. April 24th. 1992 from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.  REGUIAR POLL Marine Room. 474 South Fletcher Road (below Library), Gibsons, B.C.,  (Gift-on- Only)       Saturday, May 2nd, 1992 from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.  Roberts Creek Elementary School  Cedar Grove Elementary School  Langdale Elementary School  Area "D"  Area "E"  Area "F"  The estimated cost per annum for a residential taxpayer in llie Regional District and ihe Town of Gibsons for the live (5)  year term of the proposed debt will not he inure than $.07/1000 of assessed values of land and improvemenls. For  example a residential property assessed at $ 125,000 would pay $8.75 annually for the five (5) year term.  Town of Gibsons  $11,430  Electoral Area D  8,010  Electoral Area E  6,910  Electoral Area F (Residential1  9,885  Electoral Area F (Industrial)  44,765  $81,000  The cost is minimal - The benefits great  Remember to vote yes!  This Announcement sponsored by  SUPER VALU ��� GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLY ��� THE SUNSHINE COAST NEWS  Working with the community.  ��� $12 pcr/lir General  *'$M pcr/lu. walls, windows  conslnicliian and vacancies  ��� SlOper/liravaibblcloscniois  for any service  AU. ligl III'MINT �� l'R( )l)l CIS  SUPI'LIEO  MANY RKFSKKNCKS A VAIIAHIJ!  Call Lola Lmiz  886-3543  Kids & Tobacco  It's a crime.  business proposals which could  not obtain venture capital from  banks. "We don't Iry to compete  with hanks," said McKinnon.  "We're doing deals thai for  whatever reason the Kinks don't  see fit to do." Some of the loans,  which average J.25.IHH) but can  reach a limit of $75,000, have  been paid out hy successful  businesses since the Coast was  selected for Community Futures  support in 19H7.  New and existing businesses  are able to tap into the centre's  resources; financial support  from the federal governmenl  may be available for up lo five  years.  For more information on Ihe  Sunshine Coasl Business Development Centre, call 889-1939,  Information  legislation  to phase in  The province will consult  local governments before  including them in planned freedom of information and privacy legislation. School boards,  hospital hoards, municipalities  and post-secondary institutions  will not be included in legislation planned for early May,  said Attorney General Colin  Gabelmann in a press release.  "The legislation this spring  will cover government ministries, agencies and crown corporations," said Gabelmann.  "At the same time we will  release a discussion paper on  how to extend freedom of  information and privacy legislation to other public bodies.  "We will spend several  months consulting with hospitals, school trustees, municipal  officials, and colleges and universities before they arc included in any legislation," said  Gabelmann. "We want to allow  for an orderly transition."  Gabelmann said that local  authorities and institutions in  several other Canadian  provinces are covered by freedom of information and privacy legislation. He said lhat  British Columbia is committed  to the same scope, but that Victoria intends lo consult with  those who will be affected by  the legislation before proceeding with il.  CERAMIC TILE FOR OUTDOORS  Frostproof, slip resistant, unlimited colors and styles  For quality  workmanship  done right the first time"  ���  CONTOUR  im  SHOWROOM 851 HWY. 101 GIBSONS ��� PH. /FAX 686-3191 Coast News, April 27, 1492  community  '�����Jf-cr*-' fv  V\- "r'/rf  *.^ .*���  < ��� ��� * ,  Jacob (iibhims takes some flight lesson on the Conk family trampoline on a sunny Kuster afternoon. Joel Johnstone photo  Wind farms? Wind smiths?  Not a reference to a refuge  for ihe flatulent, but new words  coined lo denote the forests of  wind turbines or windmills that  produce electricity, and the technicians that maintain them.  In Ihe bleak desert on US  Highway 10 between Palm  Springs and Desert Hot Springs  sland some 4,SO0 Mailed pylons  lhat remind one of a setting for  H.G. Wells' War of the Worlds.  They're doing die ordinary job  of producing a half million kilo-  waits of electric power for Ihe  regional grid each year.  Some nearby residents do  make warlike protest about the  noise of the wind in Ihe tur  bines' blades. One resident, for  instance, recently retired to Ihe  desert homestead he took out in  1951, says that there are windmills within a half mile of his  house, and "They should be at  least a mile away."  Protests of the noise and of  the eerie appearance of ihe wind  farms place the county government in a quandary. On the one  hand the wind farms pay a large  chunk of taxes, provide a multitude of technical and office jobs,  and as the owners loudly main-  lain, produce pollution-free  power. Their large fenced areas  provide protection for desert  Become ecologically aware  by Marguerite  This year as Earth Day  approaches (Sunday, April 26)  very concerned people realize  how delicate is the balance of  our ecology of our planet.  Momentum is rising as different groups (all worthwhile)  are urging governments, corpo  rations and officials to clean up  their acts for improvements in  strategy, the market place and  environmentally friendly ideas  for llie benefit of survival for us  all. There are many areas that  need our constant attention.  Become aware  The pesticides of industry, of  ���  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  Competitive Prices  Camp Run  CEDAR -FIR - HEMLOCK  886-7033  agriculture, of home use and  garden sprays; the oceans, the  ancient forests attempted lo be  logged, the pollutants of water,  car emissions affecting our  ozone layer and the vast wastes.  What can we do as gardeners? Become aware, be a watchdog, give support, spread the  word, use organics from natural  means, do away with poisons.  Be thankful for honest,'dedicated people who biting oiHt��  attention to events of dubious  means, of speedy moving developers, high-tech powered people, who wish to dupe us with  Iheir plans not tested by time,  with little input, if any, from the  trusting public.  Plant sale  Sunflower seeds will be  given away at the plant sale Saturday, April 25, 9:30 am in Sunnycrest Mall. They can be planted any lime now in good, rich  soil. Sow fast-growing annuals  outdoors in lull sun and well  drained soil. Brassica plants  benefit by lime in llie planting  hole to prevent club root fungus.  Keep those weeds hoed regularly if you want to save an aching  back.  -wp"T  Pebbles from the past  In 1931 the  Roberts Creek  community  had a growing  feeling that they  should have a  community  building. Money  was collected;  however costs  were too high and  the money was  returned. Land  was donated by  John Roberts and  money was successfully raised in 1933/34. The hall was built  and completed by May 24th, 1934. The opening dance cost 250  for gentlemen and the women brought the refreshments. Music  was by Walter Warlow on violin and Mrs. C. Horsely on piano. A  further $140 was raised. In 1944 a stage was added by the  Roberts Creek Players Club. The hall has had a number of  struggles during its interesting history. The hall is a simple  building; however, it does represent our past and should be  appreciated and preserved for the future.  Pebbles Realty has a very special mission statement   SIMPLE HONESTY ��� HIGH ENERGY ��� LOCAL KNOWLEDGE  ��� FULL SERVICE".   Come and check us out.  This vignette is presented by all  the people at Pebbles Realty Ltd.  Youi local Rail Ellal- Company ��� Gtbiona Quay  Boa 335, Gown  Polnl  Rom, Glbiom. B C VON IVO  Phone: 888-6107, Van, toll li��- 881-3044.in: 688-9060  plants and animals such as the  Iringe-ioed lizard, from the vandalizing effects of vehicles.  The county government cannot ignore Ihe protests from the  ever expanding residential compounds, however. They make  gelling permits to erect new or  replacement windmills very,  very difficult.  The wind farm owners are  trying to entice the Palm Spring  municipal government to extend  its boundaries to lake in the  wind farms. Palm Springs eyes  the tax base, bul notes the residents' protests and delays any  action on the mutter  The wind industry has some  16,(KH) wind turbines altogether  in California, Hawaii, Texas anil  other stales have them, loo.  "One site in Montana could provide 17 times California's present output from wind." Northern Europe, India, China and  Egypt use the wind for electricity generation.  The periodical Popular  Mechanics of August 1991, has  11 report explaining what kind of  topography makes for a wind  farm and as well the technical  aspects of the turbines. Research  continues, il says to find more  efficient turbines and more  investors in this business even  hanks are willing lo lend money  for.   \  PASTIMES  3KU aVNNUAL  Kite Fly  Sun. May 3  Davis Day Beach  Noon to High Tide  Fa\MILY CONTEST  1. Build ��� Kite to fly  l. Judging at 1 pm Sun. May *,  3. Prize for looks A Hying ability  A TOY STORE   For Details Call 885-9309  )WERS  wild & exotic  hand selected Flowers  from llie lop growers  of the world. Our lengthy  process and ongoing care  ensures the freshest flowers  possible guaranteed to us & to you.  fresh or dried  Marine Dr., Gibsons  H---.1 In Dm.ksiiaV rii.miiiii\  open 6 days a week-closed Wednesday  Call Janice  886^7435  Introducing  a number that  can make you  look very good.  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IW* dlk* lo  katonieiai bMwtMtaWkcwnol Hltal 4 OOpa  Hi'lll taaM ��'l favlll'lla* Kai.nl will tv i'|k*n laul 111. lillll lljlllc  v. ill Ik- .llUtaai-al  IV|>.iiliin-in ol Public a\oik>  community  ^frrt* Creek *^^&  russ c:larke  Friday .S; Saturday May 1st cS: Jiul  BARON OF BEEF / BBQ NY STEAK  ���.j.iii.iim.i  Jays I -4pm  i tcnci .��l Meeting  every 3rd Wediic*iUa\  Meal Draw  Saturday Nlghi  Bingo Hr? Crib  I Inn via) Nmhu  BtXIpni  ��������������  1004 Lower llnnil ��� 880-9984  by lawrtty SMplay, Mt-2215  h is common knowledge thai it >ou  a h'.m in to ihe edge of i creek, the Bidet  become eroded ami cm Hood dining peak  ih'iukIs ii ii is .1 ���pawning creek, nlmoa nnd  ilu'ii eggs cannot survive, as tlu- low under-  growth providet thade and keepi the water  cool, re obviously when Ihe temperature of  tlu' walei rises, a delicate balance is  destroyed  Von .an clearcut your building lol. ami  sou can da it io the very edge of a crock, il  you choose in Thai is the way limits stand  infill nott on the Sunshine Coasl except foi  the recently incorporated regulation regard  ing llus act in Langdale, Wesl Sechelt anil  Halfmoon Hay according to Sean Kcul of the  regional districl  As lung as you Inulil 7J metres from the  cieek edge (whether it is on your property or  is a naluial property line) il is okay lo lake  down ami dig up everything in siglu Rut ii  these are your plans lor your own lillle piece  ni paradise, tlien you'd better do ii within ihe  next year or so, because the above regulation  will he applied lo Roberts Creek, thai is it  llie Miters waul it  Sunday, May 2, the maypole will be raised  again for Creekers tn rally round at  Flume beach. The festivities begin at 2 pm  Inner Ear Studios  Inner Ear Studios is sponsoring a dance at  the Roberts Creek Hull featuring the Hard  Rock Miners on May Day (Friday, May I)  from 9 pm to I am Local Roberls Creek  band Butler In The Hey will open ihe  SUNNYCREST MALI  SUNNYCREST MALL  SAYS...  GIVE MOM A BREAK FOR A DAY!  Just Write a Few Words about Mom Qr That Special Person  In Your Life And She Will Have A Chance To Be  PAMPERED FOR A DM  Can't Think  Of What To Get  The Best Mom  In The World?  The Mall Has  Got You Covered,  With Dozens Of  Fantastic Gift Ideas  evening with their premiere performance. A  cross between Led Zep|ielin and Bob Mar-  ley, lead guitar and vocalist Michael Lacoste  describes iheir group as a band of "tropical  funksters." The Hard Rock Miners describe  themselves as "crazed and talented  Iroubadors" whose music is a blend of folk,  bliiegrass. rockabilly, country, 80s pop and  rock and roll.  Tickets are $12 and are available at the  Roberts Creek General Store.  May Day celebrations  The nation of Roberts Creek will he holding a May Ray celebration on Friday, May I  starting al I pm at the Flume Road Picnic-  Site. Bring your own food, rain gear, warm  clothes, musical instruments, friends and  family lo dance around maypoles crowned  with native greenery anil flowers. It's going  to he a great summer - come and celebrate!  Rainbow Preschool  Rainbow Preschool is now taking registrations for children ages three lo five for the  fall semester. To register or for further information call Joyce at Xttd K<)%  WINNER WILL BE NOTIFIED MAY 8  Choose From  A Selection Of  Sale Item Gifts  Throughout The Mall,  That She'll LOVE  SPONSORED BY SUNNYCREST MAI 1  ��� PHARMASAVE ��� ,J's UNISEX ��� ALL OCCASION FLOWERS ��� HILDE'S RESTAURANT  Complete jhe Following And Drop Off At SUNNYCREST MALL By 6pm[Thursday, May 7���,  YOUR NAME  HER NAME  PHONE  ��� CHILD UNDER 12  ��� TEENAGER D ADULT     PLEASE CHECK APPROP.RIATE box;  davlsbay  by Jo-Anna Slwanh, M5-3629  The month of April has been  most kind to us, so lei's hope  May will do the same. While  we have had beautiful, sunny  days, it has been chilly most  nights. It is still mo cool to plant  tomatoes, among other things,  so don't be impatient. Wait a  few more weeks.  Lillian Kuntsler, a former  Gibsons Alderman, has come  up wilh a most interesting idea.  She suggests lhat in keeping  wilh Canada's I25tlt anniversary, we plant red and white  flowers wherever we can - on  our boulevard, our front garden,  along the highway, wherever  visitors lo the Sunshine Coast  may see them.  Brighten garden*.  Perhaps businesses in  Sechell and Davis Bay could  highlight planters with our  flag's colours - red and white.  Let's brighten up our area and  show our pride in being Canadians. Perhaps some of the  schools in Ihe area could get  involved in beautifying our  community.  One of our long-time residents in Davis Bay, Hazel Lisle,  was accorded the honour of  being made a life member of the  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek Community Association. Hazel has  been a staunch worker over the  years for ihe community. She  has avidly supported the community association in every  aspect. She has painted, made  curtains, washed walls and  floors, gardened and done just  ahout anything and everything  required of her. A well-  deserved award. Congratulations, Hazel.  Flea market  On Saturday, May 9 two  events which should attract  oodles of people are taking  place in Davis Bay. The first is  the Davis Bay/Wilson Creek  Community Association's first  flea market of the season, which  will be at the hall from 9 am  until noon. There will be a variety of goodies for everyone -  plants, crafts, collectibles, used  and new, plus a table of surplus  books from the library. There  are always new surprises for  everyone. (Homemade bread  sauerkraut'.') Book your table  now by calling Bill at 885-7490.  Across the road al Si. John's  United Church is holding its  annual spring yard sale starting  at 9:30 am until noon with a  whole host of items that will  appeal to all ages. There will be  a while elephant table .garden  tools, books, plants, hardware  and clothing. Coffee and  muffins will be available for  sale. Mark this date on your calendar and bring lots of loonies.  Don't forget the serger  retreat this weekend at Rockwood Centre. There's still lime  to register. Call Sue al 885-  7490,  Baha'i A$7  Faith 7jV  Trie Baha'i teachings speak  riot only to the s,>ii it of  man, bul Ihe heart...  For Information  Call 886-2078  or 885-7259  ��W;.  aaaam Coast News, April 27, 1W2  community  sechelt scenario  Learning how to pump, n mother encourages her daughter to get  in the swing in Connor Park. Joel Jnhnsione pholo  halfmoon bay happenings  hy MaVfarat Walt, 889-44M  The third annual kite flying  fun event will be held May 3 at  Davis Bay Beach from around  noon until high lide. There's  something ahout kites lhat really  brings oul the child in a person,  even if you're only  watching.The prize for best  family-built kite is a tumbling  star, made by Lee of the Pastimes a toy store. Leave the gardening and spring chores, and  come out and enjoy yourself.  Anniversary celebration  This year is Canada's 125th  anniversary. Wouldn't it be nice  if all the homeowners planted  red and white flowers this year?  You don'I have lo go mad, a  couple of pots of red geraniums  planted at Ihe end of a driveway  would be lovely. Lillian Kun-  stler of the fall fair association  would like lo see businesses do  a cleanup in the same spirit. If  you need any advice, call 886-  9058. Before and after pictures  are a good idea too. There will  be awards for best business  cleanup.  Elementary school news  The Raven's Cry Theatre has  been booked every session of  Speak Out at 6:30 on Wednesday, May 6. Individual students,  small groups and classes plan to  participate in French, English  and She Shashislialhein As Ihe  Raven's Cry Theatre can only  seat 274 people, it will be first  come, firsl served.  On April 28, Ihe choir will  perform at Chatelech School  and again on the 29th at the volunteers tea at the Sechelt Indian  Band hall at 1:15 pm,  Animal health week  May 3 to 9 is National Animal Health Week This is a  good lime lo really lake stock of  your pet Make sure it has a  licence and vaccinations are up  to date ll is also a gixxl time to  lliink of less fortunate animals  and maybe make a donation lo  Ihe SPCA Either fixxl or a cash  idmaiion would be welcome.  by Ruth Forreitar, 885-2418  The Bi{* Market  This coming Sunday, May .1  will see the population out in  force looking for the great bargains and goodies which will be  available at the annual flea market at Welcome Beach Community Hall. Doors open at 10 am  and you still have time to renl a  lable for $6.SO. For info call  885-4590 or 885-3305.  Recreation meeting  The Halfmoon Bay Recreation Association held ils annual  general meeting last Tuesday,  April 21. Chuck Tkachuk  chaired the meeting and gave a  report on the progress of the  proposed bicycle trails. Work is  in progress to clear a roule from  Trout Lake to Sechelt and future  hopes   are   for   such   trails  throughout the whole peninsula.  Michel Frenetic* presented  maps showing possible hiking  trails, most of which require  work, mainly in clearing routes  and posting signs.  Mr. Tkachuk, a member of  ORAC reported the Trout Lake  situation is very much to the  fore and their committee is at  work trying to deal with the  many government departments  involved in Ihis project.  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This would make a nice display if everyone did so, the  main reason being that this is  our 125th anniversary.  Obituary  The many friends of Fred and  Joyce Allen, formerly of  Redrooffs, will be sorry to hear  of the passing on April 9 of  Joyce. She died suddenly in  Winfield where the Aliens have  resided for Ihe past couple of  years. The family were well  known in llie business sector,  having been involved wilh  Sechelt Building Supplies and  Radio Shack. Our sympathies to.,  Fred and family.  School talents  Halfmoon Bay students are  excited about sharing their talents wilh the community and  will host nn afternoon and  evening show on May 13. This  should be lots of fun.  Kindergarten  Parents of pupils entering  first year half-day primary in  September 1992 should register  al Halfmoon Bay School from  Monday, April 27 through  Thursday, April 30. Children  must be five years of age on or  before December 31, 1992.  Birth certificate or passport  must be supplied belore registration can lie accepted.  Volunteer appreciation  This Wednesday, April 29 is  Ihe afternoon when Ihe Coast's  many volunteers are honoured at  a special appreciation tea. Il  lakes place at the Sechelt Indian  Band Hall at 1:30 pm.  _A  EL ROOFING  Thinking about Re-roofing?  Your home deserves  the extra protection  & beauty. Thanks tc  the wide variety of  colours & styles  available, you can  choose a special look  that's just right  CALL NOW FOB YOUB FREE ESTIMATE  Dennis Abel 885-2380      Ron Corman 885-6186  Some have tried but they're not Abel  TOWN OF GIBSONS  NOTICE OF REFERENDUM  PROPOSED SWIMMING POOL LOAN AUTHORIZATION  BYLAW NO. 641,1992  WHEREAS the cost ol constructing improvements to the swimming pool including expenses  incidental thereto is the sum of $430,000;  AND WHEREAS funds from the General Revenue Fund in the amount of $45,000 and a grant  from GO B.C. for $80,000 will be used, the amount of debt intended to be created by the Bylaw is  $305,000;  NOW THEREFORE the Council is empowered to borrow a sum not exceeding $305,000 to be  repaid over a term not exceeding five (5) years.  TAKE NOTICE THAT the above is a synopsis of a proposed Bylaw on which the vote of the  electors of the Municipality will be taken at;  Advance Poll:      Municipal Hall. 474 South Fletcher Road, Gibsons, B.C.. Friday, April 24th,  1992 from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm.  Regular Poll        Marine Room, 464 South Fletcher Road (below Library), Gibsons. B.C..  Saturday, May 2nd, 1992 from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm.  The question on the ballot will be:  "Are you in favour of the Council of the Town of Gibsons adopting Swimming Pool Loan  Authorization Bylaw No. 6241 to authorize borrowing upon the credit of the Municipality a sum not  exceeding three hundred and five thousand dollars ($305,000) for purposes of upgrading the  Gibsons Swimming Pool?"  Anne G. Pressley has been appointed Returning Officer for the purpose of taking and recording  the vote,  j -. ���  TAKE NOTICE THAT the full Bylaw may be inspected at the Municipal Hall, 474 South Fletcher  Road, Gibsons, B.C., from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm on April 21, 22. 23. 24, 27, 28. 29, 30 and May 1,  1992 and that the synopsis is not intended to be and is not be understood as an interpretation of  the Bylaw.  The repayment of the proposed debt to be created by Swimming Pool Loan Authorization Bylaw  No. 641, 1992 will be shared between the Town of Gibsons and Electoral Areas D. E and F. The  annual payment of principal and interest for the five (5) year term of the proposed debt is  estimated at $81,000. This will be shared between Gibsons and the Electoral areas based on  assessed values of property approximately as follows:  Town of Gibsons  Electoral Area D  Electoral Area E  Electoral Area F (Residential)  Electoral Area F (Industrial)  Annual Cost  $11,430  8,010  6,910  9.885  44.765  $81,000  The estimated cost per annum for a residential taxpayer in Gibsons for the five (5) year term of  the debt will be less that $.07 per thousand dollars of assessed value of land and improvements.  For example a residential property assessed at $125,000 would pay $8.75 annually.  Dated at Gibsons, April 19th, 1992  Dan Legg, C.G.A. CLERK  NOTICE OF POLL  TOWN OF GIBSONS  Public notice is given to the electors of the Town of Gibsons that a poll is necessary at the election now  pending, and that the persons nominated as candidates at the election, for whom votes will be  received, are:  Surname  Other  Names  Alderman  Term of  Office  Residential  Address  Occupation  Hume  Robert Edward  Alderman  Dec. 6,1993  426 Aldersprings Road  Consulting Engineer  Peterson  Joan Katharine  Alderman  Dec. 6,1993  868 Chamberlin Road  Realtor  Robertson  Viola Gwendolyn  Alderman  Dec. 6,1993  993 Faii-view Road  Retired  Smith  John Taylor  Alderman  Dec. 6,1993  921 Gower Point Road  Retired (Counsellor)  The advance poll will be opened at the Council Chamber in the Municipal Hall at 474 South Fletcher  Road on Friday, April 24,1992, between the hours of 8:00 am and 4:30 pm.  The regular poll will be opened at the Marine Room (below the Public Library) at 464 South Fletcher  Road on Saturday, May 2,1992, between the hours of 8:00 am and 8:00 pm.  Dated at Gibsons, B.C. this 16th day of April, 1992.  Anne Pressley  Returning Officer 10  Coast News. April 27, 1992  Retirement and Insurance Planning  ��� Rt'tin'iiK'iit  I'lajinuu;  ��� Lilt' \ l)isahilit\  Insurance  ��� Employee Hem-fit  Mails  ��� Lawrt-iKvK.  Chatiilx-rs, GUI  ��� .Willi  ��� TttUFnt-:  l-SUM-b^OSI  vttiitul liiihls hum wtlli  t.u ii.ii ui i ���ii-i.l- >>l tii.nl*. Mil  UUMBfKS  Setting iIh- Siiiisluih- DOM Simv 1'ISJ  community  "71  im  NEW?  On the Coast  Baby  Bride or bride to be  Have we visited YOU yet?  We have Gitts to welcome you.  CALL  US!  Mi-ii'M Milburn        886-8676      Huth Bulpit 885-5847  N.in N.inson 886-3416      Rosematie Cook 885-5821  Midwives  forum  Tlu- Seaside Midwives and  Perinatal Coinniillee of the Sunshine Coasl are hosting a public  loi urn on Midwifery in the 'Wis  this Friday (May I).  The forum, the first on the  issue on the Coast, starts at 7:30  pin in the Coasl Garibaldi  Heallh Unit in Gibsons.  Jean Copper, of representative of llie Midwives Association of RC, is llie guest speaker  and a film called Midwifery and  the Law will be shown. These  will lv followed hy a discussion  panel, led hy a doctor, midwife  and a parent, and a question and  answer |>crind  III addition, Coast Cable will  feature a panel discussion  Thursday ( April 30) al H pm.  For more information, conlacl Denise Olsen K86-8847 or  Michelle Small 886*8196,  kyJiciliaWMMt, U3-2M0  Fun was had by all when the Royal Canadian  Legion Ladies Auxiliary recently spnasored a fashion show Thanks to Jimmy Dougan and Les  Fowler for donating their musical talents; the  ladies auxiliary for ihe flowers, beautiful luncheon,  Easier eggs for the kids, also the ladies for donating all Ihe baked goods; Taffy's Clothing Store for  the fashions along with the parents, models and  children for donating iheir time. Congratulations to  everyone who won door prizes and raffle gifts.  You never know, another fashion show may be  planned for early fall.  Spring bazaar  There will be no swap meets in the month of  May. However, there will be the community club's  annual spring bazaar lo enjoy on May 2. You may  waul lo browse through the many tables of baked  goods, white elephants, sewing, have fun playing  Ihe lucky 7 game, then relax with an afternoon tea  or coffee. Doors will be open at 2 pm. If you have  any donalions you would like lo contribute now,  please contact Muriel al 8K3-2WW or Ruth al 881-  9603.  Colouring contest  Stan and Jackie al Marina Pharmacy had a very  difficult lime selecting the winners.of their Easter  colouring contest, for all entries were terrific. Here  are this year's winners: Uriah Mees won the consolation prize for Ihe under age iwo category; Tash  Kammerie won a small bunny in the age two to  three years; Denise Cymbalist received a stuffed  toy for Ihe age four to five years; the following  three groups won bunnies - Limlsey Lee for ages  six to seven; Tony Reid for ages eight to nine; and  Blaine Bradley for ages II) lo 12; the senior consolation prize of a bottle of geritol went to Bill  Thompson Congratulations lo all the winners and  contributors for participating.  GRIP news  GRIP would like to thank everyone who made  Iheir car wash and table al Ihe lasl swap meel such  a success. The Ihree raffle winners are: Edith  Daley, who won a gift basket of environmentally  friendly products; Patricia Barren, who won the  hook Hiking Guide lo the Hig Trees; and Lena  Warrington, who won a beautilul stained glaM bul  terfly by local artist June Malaka. A special thanks  to everyone who donated goods and to Denny and  Sandy of the Oak Tree Market A note lo all GRIP  members, GRIP has been changed to GRIPS  (Garbage Recycling in Pender Society).  ��� SUNSHINE COAST INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD ���  AUTOPLAN  MiiaSt everyone pay  19% more?  ))t  No!  Most of our clients pay less.  D  t seems that prices only ever go up.  At Sunshine Coast Insurance Agencies we want to reverse that trend. We  give drivers with five years of claim free  driving an additional discount of 10% on  their collision/comprehensive auto insurance. Our unique and exclusive Safe  Driver's package effected at Lloyd's of  London is a very good deal.  At Sunshine Coast Insurance we don't  think safe drivers on the Sunshine Coast  are getting the type of break they deserve.  While we have no  control over the  cost of auto in  surance premiums  we have found a way  to save you some of your hard earned  money with our innovative Safe Driver's  package. Come in and check us out!  So why pay more for your insurance  coverage when we can put some extra  money in your pocket this year and start  reversing that escalating trend!  Sunshine Coast Insurance Agencies Ltd.  Check us out!  Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt  885-2291  Gibsons Park Plaza, Gibsons  886-7751  ��� SUNSHINE COAST INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD ���  Satellite  counselling  office opens  in Pender  The Alcohol and Drug Counselling Society, which has Ix-en  providing outpatient clinic services to the Sunshine Coasl  from ils Sechelt office, has  opened a satellite olfice in the  new Pender Harbour and District Health Centre Society  office.  Merv Roy will offer counselling and referral service to  residents of llie Pender Harbour  area, as well as continuing his  ongoing liaison with Pender  Harbour Secondary School and  Madeira Park Elementary  School.  Roy has been working  actively with the Pender Harbour Secondary School to  implement a 'School Prevention  Service", offering prevention  and intervention to students in  each grade. This program,  which has been used for five  years in the Vancouver School  District, consists of three parts;  education, school community  awareness, and individual/group  counselling.  This is considered a pilot  project and will hopefully be  offered to the other two secondary schools in the district.  Al the present lime, Roy will  he available al the Pender Harbour office every Wednesday.  All appointments are booked  through the Sechelt office, 885-  5680.  NEWS TIPS  CALL  885-3930  y  Imaginary  Rose  We want to send a bouquet...  one big red rose lor every  volunteer across Canada who  donated the gift of time and  skill. One tiny symbol of how  grateful we are io the people  who help in hosptials,  schools, community centres...  who assist with environmental, cultural, and literacy  groups ...who support those in  need. One rose each, for every  one of the thirteen million  volunteers. If you're a  volunteer, this one's for you:  Thanks.  iaV Coast News, April 27, 1992  11  community  ihe ll.illiimnii Ituv Cuba and Scouts did their best, hut  couldn't keep the annual Connor Park Easter eg)! hunt  being a successful grab for a large turnout of egghunlers  ages. J,iel Johnstone  golden lifelines  they  from  or all  photo  by Lynn mns  Where to begin, after that last weekend, it all seems to blend in  together. I guess it all started on a Friday evening when the community gathered lo feast together at the hall The crowd which was  about 80 people were mostly from oul of town. 1 see. our smorgs are  known amongst the land. 1 collected lots of memberships from those  that do live here, bul know there's a lot more out there that would  like lo be. The dinner was delicious as usual.  Waking up to blue skies on Saturday morning 1 knew that the pig  god had come through. The third annual pig roasl was once again an  event to remember, although there weren't as many people there this  year, there were little ones to make up for it. Tons of kids, I loved il,  lots of high energy, in such a perfect S|xn right on the ocean. The ceremonial pig was cooked to perfection early in the day, so the feasting  was an all day activity. There were dozens of coloured eggs hidden  among the grasses and in Ihe trees, to the children's delight. I guess  the festivities went well into the early morning.  Early Sunday morning we ventured lo the mont lo fill our bellies  with a Lions pancake breakfast. We were the first ones to order us  our cakes, and fried eggs. Nothing like a fresh griddle. To lop il off  Ihe kids got chocolate covered peanut butter eggs, yes they sure got  Iheir share that weekend.  There was an action packed hockey game that took place on the  tennis courts between the Egmonsters, and the city slickers. I didn't  gel a chance to watch Ihe game, but seen a bunch of injured guys loping aboul. The city boys took the victory, this time!  On Saturday, May 2 there will be an eight-hour first aid course  given al Ihe Egmont community hall. The cost: free, well worth the  knowledge, especially for those with wee ones.  by Joyce Oatry  BeFore I left for Independence l)2, I noticed the new  Seniois Centre building was  being prepared for the stucco  material Every day one sees  progress. On April 29 the  painters group will be having a  display at llie Seniors Hall on  Mermaid from 2 pm to 4 pm.  Light refreshments will be  served. For information phone  Tillie White at 885-2720 or  Martha Griffith al 885-9997.  As I mentioned before, I'm at  the Vancouver Trade and Convention Centre lor Independence 92. The current thought Is  estimating the number of registered delegates at around 2,500  people. 1 am a delegate. It is  IlUge and splendid and full of  disabled people proving they are  mil handicapped. When traffic is  liglu, my attendant speeds me  down ihe Independence Way al  a trot. Thus far, speakers I have  heard include Mayor Campbell,  Premier Mike Harcourl, Robert  de Colrel and Rick Hansen,  Chair of Independence 92.  While Ihe luminaries are  interesting, the real stories are  the people and where ihey are  from and why they are here. I  am using a wheelchair and when  I see others I think "there bin for  the grace of God, go I." As of  this writing, I'm using the  media room at Ihe Pan Pacific  and their 'courtesy1 fax. Much  thinking, writing and crumpling  of paper is visible. Some unforgettable sights include saris on  the Asian women and Ihe rainbow of African women with  long dresses and fancy headdress. This looks right on them.  Other sights were Islamic  males who would not meet the  eyes of western women; a blind  train wilh a sighted person leading live or six blind friends; see-  ing-eye dogs touching noses and  wagging tails. 1 have great  admiration for Ihe translators of  language inio sign and I was in  awe of Ihe translator who heard  French and then signed in  English. I've seen name lags  and spoken with people from  Nairobi, Zimbabwe, Singapore,  Sweden, England, Japan, Finland, USA, Brazil, Cameroon,  New Zealand, Pakistan, Germany, Saudi Arabia and Jordan  are only a few of the 192 different countries here.  On Asian comment - we  ��. 3NORTHOAKS  al *��.! 7fl7 aoaill Rd., arbaona,  5r5j  26 Adu!t Oriented  Single Level Townhomes  Open Daily 1 - 4pm  1 Bedioom, 900 sq. ft t 91,900  1 Bedroom, 900 sq. ft $ 94,900  2 Bedroom, 1029 sq. ft S 101,900  GREAT VIEW  BOS Bayvlew Heights Rd. Gibsons  New Gibsons view home, 3 bedfoom  plus basement, laige view deck, slone  fireplace, cozy rec room with wood  slove. oak spindles, jacuzzi tub, vacuum  system, triple sink with garborator. radio  intercom sound system, fully landscaped  fenced $194,000  FOR RENT  Unit 15-785 School Rd. Gibsons  Near new townhome. 1425 sq It- 4  appliances. 1 1/2 baths, basement,  carport, coveted sundeck. close to  schools A Shopping    $750. par month  f^^  TWIN OAKS DEVELOPMENT CORP  886-4680  have to get our women 'out'  like we men have been urged to  do. That was just llie opening I  needed lo expound on Disabled  Women's Network and the  efforts to get disabled women  'out'. It was time to exchange  cards and addresses.  SEQUOIA LANDSCAPING  Residential and Commercial  ��� New Lawn  ��� Ground Maintenance  Retaining Walls  Cedar Fencing  ray Deck and Gazebos  Pruning  LTD  PHONE  889-7248  885-0930  lOStaanlora MMMWIt  Complete Landscape and Garden Service  : If I  Ever have some  important papers  you need to send  RIGHT NOW?  Not overnight,  or later today.  We're talking  NOW!  Ok, there's a  better, and  faster way!  IN GIBSONS, FAX TO  886-7725  IN SECHELT, FAX TO  885-3954  Send: S3 per first page, SI each  additional page, plus phone charges.  Receive: $1 per page (Up to 8l/zxU)  COAST^NEWS  885-3930  Cowerie St  V   SeciieJt  886-2622  Cruice Lane  Gibsons  Z]  HOWTOACHffiVECANADMNUNITY  WUHOUTSACRIFICING'mE ECONOMY.  Because a great car at a great price is something  we can all agree on.  m  "Give me one  of the most fuel-  efficient cars in Canada."  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I Ictitmiiityli'irst'fork's*.+ Biisi'ilim fniiisiHirtCiiimiliilt'iiliitrtliiiikH Bitstilnii  111(11 C iwsi'iirvli ilalii.  At��)ur Local Chevrolet Geo Dealers Now  Sunshine Motors Ltd. ^5-5131  G    I     O    U 12  Coast Nt-ws, April 17, 1992  r  t'**rwe^wf*sm9*'9*3*a*&i%wtaa^mmmatt^Bm  GARDEN BAY  HOTEL & MARINA  HaUWOUn-  1  education  Kids & Tobacco  It's a crime.  'Xcntmir  'Draperies  &  NEEI)l?( RAFT SUPPLIES  383*2274  ^  BUILDING  SUPPUES  HARBOUR  BOAT TOPS  883-2929  Tops, Tttifis & Cox>ers  Upholstery & Repairs  MADEIRA  MARINA  NEED  THIS  SPACE?  CALL DENISE AT  885-3930  <..:   MARINA  PHARMACY  H8.1-2888  'lohn 'Mcnrifs  MARINA  TOTAL SHOPPING  7 DAYS A WEEK  All Chevron Products  883-2253  TAFFY'S  Family Clothing Store  & b��t<o Centre  ICWOFF FOR ALL SENIORS  Mrulcirn Park Centre  883-2266  RECREATION  Pender Harbour  Golf Course  Visitors Welcome  1 2 M. North ol Garden Bay R<1.,  Hwy 101 883-9541  Pender  Harbour  Legion  Branch 112  Members & Quests  Always Welcome  Telephone 663-9632  ���^-Jgj]  **aamaaamamat\\\^Uaa\iiiiM  rv���j��� ii.,h,,���,. m     881-2630  UVPBAII ��� TAI Kir SHOP  CONVENIENCE STORE  wSM  Pender Harbour's ONLY  Full Line Sporting Goods Store  Francis Penensula Place  Comer ot Sunshine Coasl 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  Fun for the whole- family.  T PAYS A WEEK  883-9880  HAIRDRESSERS  ROOFING  Tar fi Gravel, Shakes, Shingles,  Metal Roofs, Torch On, Duroids  883-9303  u matrix  Miss Sunny's  HAIR KOI TigiJE  X83-27I-,  SERVICES  Peninsula Power  i Cable Ltd.  High and low voltage power lines  Outdoor Sub-Stations  883-2218  Cert. 7111  Ragy Hansen Trucking  S Contracting  Gravel, Clearing  Seplic Systems  Hugh W.Jones  IAWYER  883-9535  DINING  NEED  THIS  SPACE?  CALL DENISE AT  885-3930  ^  Garden  Bay  Hotel  Put)    vaaiaafrrmi Raat.ur.nl - Moor.g.  Air cnart.ra . naarlnp Cluartan ��� ilM attmara  Pub Restaurant  883-2674 883-9919  Pender Harbour  Realty  883-9525  l:AX: 881-9524  Photo students further  artistic process in New York  Ten photography Students .uul their teacher  Jin.lt* Ki'ii.uul relumed to Vancouver last Sunday  after a week long exploration of the Big Apple.  The trip lo New York was undertaken with 24  other students and teachers from Sentinel High in  Wesl Vancouver.  Their journey was tin- first western trip offered  liy Keating Educational Tours of Toronto, a travel  gild consulting group specializing iii student tours.  Accommodation, meals and sightseeing in New  York was s|Hinsored by Kodak, as part of its Focus  in Education program. Kodak also gave all Ihe students a variety of films lo support their inner-city  explorations. Elphi students held rallies and car  washes lo fund their poition of the trip from Vancouver and are still liind raising lo cover Ihe  remainder of Outstanding costs.  "The trip was very expensive, hut the response  of students and their parents to fund raising litis  been overwhelming," said teacher Jiii.lt* Kenaud  "The oilier students and teachers Irom Sentinel  were overwhelmed by the independence of my students and iheir sophistication. My students are a  very mature group I literally went with It) artists  who totally respect this field. Everywhere we went  they were so inspired."  Keating provided a 'cultural orientation' aimed  al familiarizing students with the realities of the  urban New York environment. The Irip included  excursions through the Metropolitan Musein of  Art, the Museum of Modem Art, the International  Centre for Photography and the International  Museum of Art, and included tickets to a Broadway play.  The group stayed near Times Square in the theatre district.  "We also spent a whole day with freelance photographer Chris Buck, who left Toronto about five  years ago to see if he could make it in New York  and he has. He's now shooting Madonna and all  the stars. All the students could relate to him  because he was their age when he started and Ihey  could see him fulfilling his dream. The students  look pictures wilh him and asked his advice. He  offered to critique their work," said Kenaud.  "That's all part of the artistic process, critiquing  by other artists, mentors, myself. The more we  leave our community, the more we see internationally, the more students are going to broaden their  Jude Kenaud  world view and start thinking about going to  schools like the Parsons Schixil of Design in New  York. They send Iheir sludenis to Paris."  Student Zoe Mackenzie, whose work was  recently chosen to represent the Sunshine Coasl in  the Arts Councils of BC show Images and Objects  to be held in Vernon later this spring, had this lo  say aboul her experience in New York: "The  Metropolitan Museum of Art was a highlight for  tne, it almost brought tears to my eyes to see real  works by Monet and Van Gogh. Not just pictures  in books. It was awesome. And the trip to Chris  Buck's studio.to see a real working artist."  Jude Renaud was ecstatic aboul the recent display space donation by Show Piece Gallery owner,  Bob Nygren. "As part of our career prep program,  we call it our graphics enterprise program, the students will learn to curate the upstairs space, to do  window display, to have experience mounting and  hanging a show.  "I've been working for three years lo find a display space and this is just wonderful. It is 1,011(1  square feet with five separale spaces in it. It will be  for pottery, fine arts, music, and for whatever the  students think. It will allow for many disciplines at  Ihe same time. We will have our first Earth Day  exhibition there."  Sechelt  students  practise  oral skills  On Tuesday, April 2X and  Wednesday, April 29, every  student of Sechell elementary  will have an opporlunliy to  perform for Iheir fellow students on the occasion of the  third annual Speak Out  Tin- schedule is as follows:  Tuesday, at I pin, French pre  seulaliiins; Wednesday from 9  am to 12 noon and then from  I pm lo I pm, the English  presentations  Once a year we highlight  the importance of clear oral  communication by staging  student  performances of  luteins, plays, interviews and  speeches Adjudicators give  the students individual com  ments on their efforts.  There will be a variety of  presentation, including individual compositions and  groups ol all sizes There will  be selections in English,  French and the Sechell language scheduled over a day  and a half Parents and the  public are welcome at the  event which will take place in  the school library.  The following week on  Wednesday, May 6, an  evening performance is  scheduled for 6:30 pin al the  Raven's Cry Theatre. This  show will feature just a sampling of work presented the  previous week al the school.  Those able to get a seal will  certainly be delighted by the  young people's abilities.  Notice Board  Deadline for submissions is Wednesday noon (for Monday distribution)  On-going submissions will be deleted after 3 weeks unless a specific renewal request is made.  We reserve the right to edit submissions for brevity  All submissions should refer lo non-profit events of genuine community interest  It******  The Sunshine  (oast News  MONDAY, APRIL 27  Canadian Cancer Society Sunshine Coasl  Unit, regular monthly meeting, Regional Board  Office, Royal Terrace, Sechelt. Public  welcomed.  The Canadian Federation of University  Women on the Sunshine Coast April Meeting  11:30am, St. John's Ctiurch, Davis Bay. For into  885-9589.  FRIDAY, MAY 1  Public Forum ��� Midwifery in the 90"�� "Caring  for the lamily* 7:30pm at Coast Garabaldi  Health Center. South Fletcher Rd., Gibsons. For  more into call Michelle 886-8196.  Sunshine Association for the Handicapped  Special General Meeting to ratify revised  constitution bylaws. 7:00pm at Greencourt Hall,  Sechell. For details W. Judd 886-2034 or B.  Smith 885-9367.  SATURDAY, MAY 2  Gibsons United Church UCW Plant �� Book  Sale 10:00am, Coffee 4 muffins available.  Glassford Rd.  Garage, Plant, Bake Sale, plus Family Funl  10:00-3:00, Sechelt pre-school. 5850 Barnacle  Ave, Sechelt. Complimentary Hoi Dogs. Over 30  (amilies have grown plants & cleaned out their  Ihings. So come and have fun with us.  SUNDAY, MAY 3  3rd Annual Kite Fly Davis Bay Beach, 12:00  noon 'till high tide, come & fly your kite. Meet 4  watch some of Vancouver's best flyersl  Roberts Creek Picnic Park Site Unveiling of  the Roberts Creek National Flower. 1:00 pm,  Everyone welcome.  SATURDAY, MAY 9  Gibsons United Church Stewards Sale at  Church Hall, Glassford Rd., 10:00am Collee  and Hot Dogs available.  THURSDAY. MAY 14  Hospital Aux. Gibsons Br. Meeting 1:30pm,  in the Marine Room, lor into - 886-2009.  RNABC MeeUng 7:30pm in the Pender Harbour  Health Centre. For into call 885-3648.  SATURDAY, MAY 16  Gibsons United Church Women (UCW) Bake  Sale at Gibsons Marina. 9:00am  FRIDAY, MAY 24  Coffee House Inner Ear Studios on 749 Leek  Road in Roberts Creek. Live music and  munchies. Everyone welcome. Music starts  around 8:30pm. Call 886-9747 tor more info.  MISCELLANEOUS  Volunteer canvassers are urgently needed in  the Roberts Creek area for the Canadian  Cancer Society during the month of April, if you  are interested, have a tew hours to spare over  the next tour weeks, then please Katharine  Trueman 885-2282. thank you.  The Suncoast Racquet Club's Wednesday,  8:00 TENNIS CLINIC is discontinued until  September. Have a great summer. See you in  the fall.  The Sunshine Coast Quitters Guild is hosting  a BC Heritage Quilt Project registration  weekend at the Arts Centre, Sechelt. May 2 - 7-  9 Slide Show. May 3- 12-4 Quilt registration.  May 4 -10-4 Quilt registration.  Square Dancing - Beginners classes start Sept.  Register now. Info 885-9680 or 885-9500  75 Year Renunlon former students and stall  Boston Bar/North Bend School May 22.-24,  1992 in Boston Bar, BC. Contact the school at  867-9222. For information.  Chatelech Secondery School Seeking  donated books. Please drop off at Shadow Box  Gallery.  To put your cralt lair or cultural event on the  Community Calendar al the Arte 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 from Post Office,  wheelchair accessible. Into 886-8232  Totem Lodge - Everyday is visiting day at  Totem Lodge. Visit the pioneers of your community.  The Parent Tot Drop In program at the following locations: Gibsons: Mon. Wed. Fri in 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 to 11:30 at 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. II Interested maybe start a support group,  call 885-6126  The Inter-Acllve Video Business Disc  Program is now available at the Sunshine  Coast Business Development Centre, #205-  5710 Teredo Square, Into 885-1959. The user  fee is only $10.00 (or three 3 hour sessions  Support 1st Sunshine Coast Gibsons Scouts  "Trees for Canada" 500 trees will be planted on  May 2nd. Please pledge now.  MONDAYS  SL Hilda's �� St. Andrew's Youth Group every  Monday night. All young people welcome. Call  885-6036, for more info.  Gibaona Penslonera Branch #38 Scottish  Country Dancing at Harmony Hall at 8:00 pm.  Information 886-3043.  Sunshine Coeet Breast Feeding Support  Group. Informal drop-in meetings on the first  Monday of each month. Luinda, 886-4502 or  Wendy, 885-2950.  Seniors' Branch 69, Carpet Bowling, Mondays  1:30 pm. Exerclee with Joan Frembd Mons. &  Thursdays -11-12.  Overaatera Anonymous 7:30 pm. Holy Family  Church Hall., Sechell. Phone 885-2108 or 886-  4781 for details.  Adult Children of Alcoholics or  Dysfunctional Families meel al SI Mary's  Church Hall in Gibsons, 7:30 - 9.  Sunshine Coast Breakaway Parents Meeiing  lor parents concerned aboul Iheir children's  drug & alcohol use. 807 Kiwanis Way, Gibsons.  7:30 pm. For into call 886-2423.  TUESDAYS  Life Drawing 10:00-12 30pm Draw from Ihe  figure in the company of olher artists. Bring your  own materials and $3 lo cover costs. The Art  Centre.  First Tuesday of every monlh. local art rental A  seles et Sunshine Coast Art Centre. Open 2-  6pm. Coffee served. Original works by Sunshine  Coast artists for sale or rent: any donations of  unused frames gratefully accepted. 885-5412.  Gibsons Table Tennis Club plays every  Tuesday. 7-10 p.m. Elphinstone Secondary  School Cafeteria. For more informalion, 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 al Chatelech High  School, Room 112, Into 885-3206 Guesls welcome  Find Milton's "Paradise Lost* wilh Jan de  Bruyn al Eldercollege $15 tor 6 Wed. afternoon,  beginning April 1. Pie-iegislialion a musl. Call  Julie at Capilano College, 885-9310. Also watch  for Ikebana in May.  Gibsons  Pensioners Organization Branch  #38 Carpel Bowling al Harmony Hall every Wed  at 1:00 pm. Into 886-2073  THURSDAYS  Birth Control Clinic at Coast Garibaldi Health  Unit. 494 S. Fletcher. Gibsons Thursday trom 7  to 9 pm. Everyone welcome, no appointment  necessary. 885-7770.  3C's Weight Loss Support Group meels every  Thursday afternoon 12:45-2:30pm. al Ihe Uniled  Church, Glasslord Rd.. Gibsons. Into: 886-7159.  Seniors' Branch 69. Exercise with Joan  Frembd Mondays & Thursdays 11-12.  Adult Children of Alcoholics or  Dysfunctional Families meet at the Action  Centre in Sechelt, 7:30 - 9.  FRIDAYS  United Church Thrift Shop in basement of  church off Truman Rd., open Fridays, 1 to 3 pm.  Gibsons Old Age Pensioners Org Branch #38  Tia Chi for seniors at Harmony Hall every Friday  al 1:30 pm. Info 886-9619  SUNDAYS  The Sunshine Coast Stamp Club meet 7:30  pm 1st and 3rd Sunday at Sechell Library.  Phone 885-3381 or 885-7088. Open lor all  ages. C().ist News. April 27. I*)')J  13  leisure  Opening Early May  Hundreds showed up for Hie itrunil upeniii); of Molly's lane in  (iibsous Saturday. Joel Johnstone photo  Music camp set to  perform new work  Ai their eighth annual  Shawnlgan Lake Music Holiday, a music camp I'm adults  and families, Wesl Coasl Aina  lettr Musicians will perform lor  llie firsl lime a new composition  thai they have commissioned  for chorus and orchestra.  It will In- a Gloria written by  llie Latvian born composer  Imam Kamiusli of Vernon.  Mr. Kamiusli. a violinist, has  written many choral and orcltes  tral works in which llie lulk  melodies of his unlive laud are  featured,  He maintains a life-long  interest in vocal and choral  music mid his compositions display a strong melodic emphasis.  He will be working closely wilh  Gerald van Wyck, llie conduc  tor, lo interpret Ihis music.  Mr. Rntninsll will also teach  n course in music composition.  The children's program for  six to 12 year olds includes  drama, music, arts and crafts  and swimming. It will be led by  Di-lira Giebelliaiis-Miiloiiey, an  Orff specialist and music teacher Irom Alberta. Mary Snkol  Brown, firsl violinist wiih the  Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, will leach the children's  string program and coach small  eiiseiuli|tfSa  Oilier staff members include  Stephen Wilkes, violist and  music director; Rob Bardston,  cellist, Gerald van Wyck, choral  director; Janet Warren, vocal  jazz; Jerry Dinner, Pat Daniels  ami Jim Ewen, woodwinds; Jim  Lilllclord. brass; Mary Ellenlon,  guitar; Richard Epp, pianist;  David Garliiidkle, human tuue-  up; Karen Epp and Lii Baker,  crcorder and early music; and  Brian Pairholm, computer  music.  Tlie music camp, held at  Shawtiignti Lake July 19 to 26,  is sponsored by West Coasl  Amateur Musicians Society,  which provides some bursaries  and family discounts.  The society is.grateful for the  support ol ihe BC Cultural Services Branch, the BC Choral  Federation, the Vancouvet  Community Arls Council and  WCAMS members for their  donations in support of the  Kamiusli project.  l-'or a tiee brochure, wine lo  Shawnigan Lake Music Holiday, 'M.I Clements Avenue,  North Vancouver, BC V7K2KX  or call "81)5.141 or FAX 084-  3162,  Special rates for day sludenis  .ire also available  WE NOW HA VE OVER 2500 MOVIES  $4 25  FOR     I  EVERY DA Y OF WEEK INCLUDING  WEEKENDS  DARTS  Wednesday Evenings  Saturdays  MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME  886-2  :i47I;M*l=fiVi*  29th Street * The Last Boy Scout  My Own Private Idaho ��� Little Man Tate  McBain ��� People Under The Stairs  COMING SOON  Frankie 4 Johnny ��� The Commitments  FreeJack ��� Into The Sun  At Play On The Fields Of The Lord, ��� The Butcher's Wife  VIDEO ETC.  Coast quilters to  register for  heritage project  The Sunshine Coasl Quillets Guild is hosting a BC Heritage Quill  Project registration weekend at the Arts Centre in Sechelt Saturday  night. May 2 from 7 pm to u pm will lie ihe slide show Quill registration takes place Sunday, May i from 12 noon to 4 pm and Monday,  May 4 from 1(1 am to 4 pm  Quills provide a unique way of looking al history through the scale  of everyday life To you that old quill in the attic may hxik lit for  nothing more than the rag bag. Or perhaps you've picked up au  unusual ipiilt at a Ilea market, The people working ou the British  Columbia Heritage Quill Project would like to have au opportunity lo  look al them  For research and educational purposes, the BC Heritage Quill I'm  ject compiles information on quilts within our province The accumulated data can then lie ulili/ed in Ihe held ol lulk line, local history  and women's studies. This inlorinalion can also Ik- used to show the  migration patterns of those people who settled in BC.  Ouill owners are invited to bring Iheir quilts, quilt lops, com  (briers, finished or unfinished lor identification and registration, The  quills may have been made anywhere The sole criteria is that they  were made prior to 197(1.  In addition to a detailed physical examination, photographing  interviewers will be recording known histories of each quilt. This  helps provide Insight not only into the life of the qiiiller, but aids in  placing llie quill in a social and cultural context. Owners may remain  with their quill throughout the process. Al the conclusion of the  examination, owners will receive suggestions for the care and conservation of iheir quilts.  For information contact Anne Fraser at 883-2107.  PRE-MOTHER'S DAY  SPECIaAL  SAVE  30%  DE SALE  ONE WEEK ONLY  Monday, April 27th throwih  fT SaitunlaVjuYloy 2n<l��J  V,\, lililniH iiiHlaiUAimrta-ts W ..rvKas^it's  Hours: Mon.    S.\t.  10    5  Cowrie St., Sechelt    H85 2916  .FASHION*  Wayne's  GOOD  TIMES  are Hp 13  is pleased to  announce the return of  CINDY SPENCE  Accepting appointments  now for nil our professional  stylists:  Wayne, Ittj-ritl, Janice, Laurel  WALK INS WELCOME  Kern's Plaza ��� Hwy. 101 at School Rd,  Mon. -Sat. Gihsons ��� 886-2121  THINGS TO DO  on the aSunshinc Coast  is.  Vmoen Iiakbouk  gOlf CLUB  Lounge & Snack Bar ^^^-T        Power Cars Available  Hwy. 101, 2 kms. north ol Garden Bay turnoft  Phone 883-9541  mShow Piece Gallery m  For HaniliiiddL' (lifts ��� Pollery * Cards ��� Candles * Art Supplies  280 Gower Point Road, Gibsons Landing ��� 886-9213  SUNNYCREST MALL  886-8312  mShow Piece Framesm  Quality Custom Framing  ���    flEVl Frame-ll-Yourself Section  Wilson Creek Plaza   *  885-9215  Colour Your World  Paint And Wallpaper  At Vancouver Prices  Dining guiDE  Your guide to the finest in area dining  a listing of restaurants and pubs  FEATURE RESTAURANT OF Till WEEK  The Omega  ~ * *&  Steak ~ Seafood ~ Pizza ~ Pasta  Lunch  Monday - FYiday  Dinner 7 days a week  Business lunch and dinner  specials  Overlooking Gibsons  Harbour   886-2268  FAMILY DINING  Andy's Restaurant - imi-.li and illnnci  special cvcij day Even Wedtic-,da;  infill is limit' Kil< Ni-jhl Hmise specialties include yi'jiI dishes, steaks, seafood,  |��istn, pizza, Tlial lond mid lots ol NKW  dishes Don't miss Andy's great Brunch  Buffet every Sunday from 11 am - J. mi  pm Hwy liii. Gibsons, nut,-.1.188 0|K*n  Sundav nnd Monday ll am - -> pm,  Tuesday ��� Saturday ll am-10inn  The Boal House - Just a ferry rhlc away  in beautiful Hoiscshoc Bay, offering dally  choices nl frcsli ami lla-.li frozen senfood  from the West, Bast imd (lull Coasts as  well as a vnriel) ol other specialties Join  us atit'i s I'm tm illnnet nt lot 0111 spec  taculni Snnda) Brunch, served between  Ui mi nni nnd 2 |<m Piicndlv seiviie in .1  relaxed nltnnsphcfe and fabulous meals  an' jusi some nt tin' reasons you'll keep  coming hack, It you have an Important  remtezvotis ot a Kin 10 calch, please lei  us know .nni we'll make ihe ncccssur)  accommodations foi reservations call  921-8188 All maim credit cards accepted  Cafe Pierrot - Comfottnhle nitnosptiete  with warm, Itelnful siatt Homemade |tas-  Ins, miiches and tlaily specials are all prepared with the freshest ingredients - hoth  heahhtiil nnd delicious Om ��lmlr wheat  lue.nl .mil scrumptious ilesseits nte linked  fresh daily, on the premises, Outside din-  Ing, lake out orders Im the bench nnd cap  nncll ir available   Id,   ( onsts s  IllslfO   as imlipie as the COBSl ilsell  Mi uul,t\ tn Satiudny, 9 am s pm Closed  Sunday rcrcdn Square, Sechell Phone  abend for your lunch! 885-9962  Dar Lebanon Restaurant - NOW OPEN  in Gibsons putk l'i.t/.i. Hwj  mi Lunch  ami I) 1 features Include Chicken,  fleet, I iimli anil Vegetnrlan dishes,  Shishkelmhs. Palnfals, (uppucclmt,  Espresso nnd Desserts Open 7 days .1  week, 10 am 11 pm Bat in m take out  Catering fm putties and weddings B8ft  1.172 Everything we make is made with  love!  Haid-A-Way Restaurant Hi Ing ihe  whole famll] nnd foi" us loi grenl ilinjug  mill. 11.ml A Wn) Resiauoml in Glltsons  Moloi hui mi Hwv   lilt ,11 I'.uk K<l  dm  frleiHlly, helpful stall otul wnnn, plemmnl  atmosphere mil.>��� i> 110 vom i-ufnymcui ol  mu escellctll Ineakl.isl, lunch ami ihmiei  menu, which Includes a children's set  nmi We're open Mon ��� nuns J KJamio  H pm. In ��� Sat 1 M) ��� 9 pi is Slltula)  S Ml am i pm dm Sumtay luillet ill  am ��� I pmi le.itiues a scrumptious salad  bar, wiih .1 large selection nl hm .md colli  dishes ami dcssctts l-.ai to ymu heati's  conteni Reservutlotm 88MS3I )5senla  plus hniKpiei room  The Omega Pizza, Steak and Lobster  House - With a perfect view ol Ollwms  Manna, and a |!i��Ht mne allitospliere, tin*  Omega is a people-watcher's paradise  Vmi'll often see It GctUSSl, tmim-i  slat of tin* Beachcombers, dining here  Menu Includes pizza, pasta, steaks ami  seafood Steaks ami seafood ate ilieft spc*  dallies. R:im|iiei facilities available Very  sfh-cial children's menu Reservations recommended. Located in Oiltsoits HaMmm  iii 281 Cower Point k.i 886-2268 Open  Im lunch Mon. - Pri., 11:30 - Mil, dinner  dally 4-9 pm, Pri A Sal.,'til 10 pm.  Village Restaurant Coz) family sfyle  cafe with an extcnslvi menu renturIng  special pasta dishes, sic >k ami scafnod  dhiiK I. Come in and check .mi mu daily  hmcli .mil dinnei specials oi hate breakfast anytime Saturdays ate Prime Kih  nights. Pully licenced. Open 7 days a  week, Mon. - Thurs., 7 am to 8 pm; Pri.,  Sal. ft Sun., 7 am to 9 pm 3665 Cowrie  Street. Sechell 885*9811, Visn A  Masietcanl accepted  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Creek House - Intimate dining and  Fairnpean cuisine in a sophisticated yet  casual atmosphere We serve tack ol  i,mill duck, crab, clams, scallops, steaks,  also daily specials. Reservations recom  mended K.ilHits Cteek H..id ;nnl [V.hIi  Avenue - 883-9.121   Open (tpm  Closed  Mondays * ruesdays Visa A  Masietcanl 40 seats  New China Kitchen ��� NOW OPEN in  IHI". GIBSONS PARK PLAZA, 1100  HWt IHI, Come enjoy ont Ooiirmcl  Chinese Buffet featuring ovei 16 hm dishes plus salad hat A desseit  Also featuring  tun full service mentis Including  Canadian Cuisine. Lunch ot Dinnet  Licensed ptemlses, dining facilities for  meetings, hanipiets ami panics Hours:  Sunda) - llmtsdav II Ml am - 10 pm  tiitl.i\ A Saturday, u Mi am* 11:30 pm,  lunch ludtel 11 mi am - 2 M) pm, iliiinet  hufici 4 mi pm h .m |ini im reservations -.all ski, op;k  Visn/Masiercard  accepted  The Wharf   Open fot breakfast, lunch  and dlltnei seven days a week  Breathtaking ocean view and sunsets  fiom ever) 'ahle Cmiiineiil.il cuisine and  seafood at Ils best Sunday Hnitich from R  am - 2 pm Pully licenced and ait  conditio noil Dinnet reservations recommended Hwy 1(11. Davis Hay KXS i;��s  Backeddy Pub Bn|n> the natuml Itcatitj  nt Jen is Inlit while lasting one ol our  man) homestyle specialties in the puh, m  ihe casual surroumllugs ol mu family  restaurant Om "Skookum Butger" is a  chnllengc in ihe biggest nppetlte  Backnld) Pub located 1/2 mile nntth ol  Bgmont on Maple Road  Cedars Neighbourhood Pub   Oreai  liKHl eveiv da) all lt��) Appelt/ets nlld  lull menu along wilh i.imIh daily spc-  11,iK, nvallnhlc nl -' pm evety night  We'ie knuMti tm mu great ntmnsphere  nnd v I times smt - I bins open 'HI  midnight, Fll & Sal open "til I am Visa,  Mastercard ami reservations accepted  hHd hi71  Irvine's Landing Pub Dlnnei menu  offers a v.nietv ..t np|*etlzers and entrees  te, iv local produce and Irrsh seafood  in a related settjng wiih ocean view  Average dbmci im two, Ui We're mu  open " days .< week Mil with tun  kitchen upeii  Irom   Ii it)   Pendei  II.ul'.mi. HH < MIS, M.isl.-ii.if.j A Vis.i  I uliv licenced  FINE DINING  Blue Heron Inn t-m��v ihe vie* ol Bast  Pomolse Bat from ymu table m the Blue  Heron inn. located on the wnteifrom at  Portmlse hay Relav .md enjo) a supeih  dining experience  Resetvatlons .m'  miulnil lot d i W Intel hours Wed  Sun I uitch 11 am - 2 |'in, dlnnei < pm  ����S *K*7  Lord Jim's Resort Hotel A tranquil  vlrw ��l Mii.iiii.inh> Islands and  M,il.is|<m.i Strait set llie (heme tm a beau  ntui night <<iii l-tiemlly. courteous staff,  hue inietiiaiional cuisine, comfortable  smroundings, sofl music and good wine  ...lii up 10 make ymiis a inula In lemein-  Ih*i We .lie mm open Friday, Saturday  aiinl Sunday evenings from r<pm until -tpm  tm ymu .Itnme enjnymeiu |:m reservations oi more Information, please call  885-70.18  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Emie & Gwen's Drive In lake mu. or  delivery Pizsa, dinners, salads, burgers,  chicken, desserts, drinks, ice cream Free  home d* lively within 4 miles. ,dtei s pni  only, mi Sin minimum orders Small  charge tm unlets undei $10 Hwy, UN  Gihsoas. 886-7813. 14  Coast News, April 27, l*ll>J  portfolio  Two solid, sunny duys April IIS-11 (okay,  Sunday wasn't .so sunny) provided  horst-lovt-rs. ridrrs. and curious onlookers  wilh a display of Western competition and  show ridinit Saturday, followed Sunday  by show jumping, compliments of the Sunshine Coast Equestrian Club.  Equestrian  Horsepower  It's not rodeo, per se. And, admittedly, there is a considerable shortage  of wheat stalk to chaw-on while leaning on a fencepost watching the various equine events unfold.  But, then, this is not traditional  "ride 'em and rope 'em" rodeo country...it's Gibsons, Land of the Beachcombers, and the relationship  between rider, horse and audience is  not sold strictly as a western song and  dance. Instead, the standing invitation  features two days of different  approaches to horse handling, riding,  and jumping, or what is here called a  gymkhana - an equestrian meet of  sporting and athletic competition.  Sure, day one had the barrel racing...driving in from Kamloops or  Alberta one might be fooled into  thinking where there's barrel racing  there's cattle, cattle-roping, the occasional cow-punch. Or, day two, having jusl flown in from Ihe old country, one might hope for a steeplechase  after the time trials and events.  But nope. Not a one. Just good  clean fun. With more to come from  the Sunshine Coast Equestrian Club.  Shoe maintenance is an important consideration before  trusting one's mount to the stress of events. In the Western show event (below), the poise of both horse and rider  combine to win points.  For the second year in a row, Gibson's Ted Bowe roared to a first place finish in the western pole  riding event, a fast-as-y ou-can slalom with a high-speed return. Competitors race the clock.  ���-������ e  am   3  ���ft<a**-t~.*a  Tina Wilson puis Secret Weapon up and over a jump on her way to victory in the time trials.  Story and photos by Joel Johnstone and Charles Hart  I  /  1   - -:'J������- ���  aaaatUi  ^- a.  ���*��� U -  ---'���-���-���---������-���������'---   ' ' ��� Coast News, April 27, 1992  15  by-election '92  d A1VTHT1ATTTR ^ ��� Four -hopefiib .seeking election to  ^j�� 3J. i ��s��ASn J. M^(3. Giabsons council in Saturday's vote  ���  discuss issues and policy ideas  byCharttsHart  Gwen Knherlson  Gwcn Knln-isliin is an environmental activist who is  involved with a number of different community groups on the  Coast, such as Lifestyle for  Seniors, Choosing Wellness,  Gibsons Outreach and Gihsons  Community Self-Help Association. She said she enjoys volunteer work anil rates her commitment as a 'Raging Granny' as  high priority.  "We look foolish but we  carry a pretty lough message ...  If you don't want lo lose the  planet you have lo think about  who's coming after you."  Roberston said she brings  that perspective to her firsl bid  for public office and if elected  added she expects to maintain  her other community commitments as well. Wilh the resignation of Alii. Margaret Morrison  from Gibsons council, she said a  woman's perspective is needed.  Currently, "it's the old boy type  of thing."  As a grandmother with 14  grandchildren, 10 in the school  system, Robertson said she  enjoys working with people of  all ages, arguing that better  recreation facilities are needed  for all. "I do think there should  be a recreation centre here. I'm  very much in favour of something like that."  On development, Robertson  is equivocal. She admits to having little knowledge of the  town's draft OCP, and was noncommittal about the Hill's proposal, even though she spoke in  favour of expansion at the recent  public information meeting.  "The increase would have  been difficult, hut I do think we  need something in ihe Gibsons  area," she commented. She did  say she would like to see the  lower town maintain a fishing  village atmosphere. "I'm not in  favour of large condo development - the cement city I left. I  didn't come here for lhat."  Ted Hume  Ted Hume, a Coast resident  for the pasl 47 years, stressed  thai he is ihe only candidate  who lives within ihe town's  boundaries and said such considerations affect decisions on  taxation, an issue the other candidates did not discuss.  "None of the other three live  in Gibsons," said Hume. "If  there's any lax increases, it  doesn't affect them."  Hume served Iwo terms as a  Gibsons alderman in the '70s  and argues that residential taxes  are not by themselves sufficient  to provide for the amenities  demanded by residents of a  growing community.  "Therefore, I support lighl  industrial and commercial zoning," he said.  A consulting engineer and  owner of the Landing General  Store, Hume said marine-associated businesses have always  been a part of the Gibsons'  economy, a situation he hopes  will continue. He was a supporter of the Hill's Machine Shop  expansion plan, "probably not in  the marine zone," he said, "but  maybe some special zone."  A member of the downtown  merchants association, Hume  said he has reviewed the town's  draft official community plan  and is not in full agreement with  the densities and zoning recommendations proposed.  He blames a lack of vision in  the past for some of the town's  present difficulties, citing the  deficient water supply.  Hume said he was an advocate of developing a regional,  gravity-fed water system 15  years ago and finds it strange  thai the town now has to negotiate an agreement wilh the region  to deal wilh Ihe shortage in supply.  Hume said he has nothing to  gain from holding public office  other than to make Gibsons a  better place to live.  Rooms  oo  rr  $K>S  TO  4  PER WEEK  Plus Tax  886-2804  PENINSULA MOTOR INN  Joan Peterson  Joan Peterson, a Grantham's  Landing resident, is seeking  political office for Ihe firsl time.  A realtor who works in  Lower Gibsons, Peterson said  she used to attend civic meetings frequently (her husband.  Norm, was at one time on council), developing a grasp for  municipal business and procedures.  In Ihe late '80s she said she  became frustrated by a lack of  decisiveness and bickering  among council members. In  contrast, Peterson believes she  could work well with Ihe current  members.  "It's an excellenl council,"  she said. "They work well as a  group."  Peterson said her chief concern is with the pace of development in the town and argued  that more care is needed, especially in the bay area. "I'd like  to see development go slowly,  too much, too fast can be devastating."  She discounted potential  conflict of interest between her  profession and public duties,  saying she believes conflicts, if  they arose, would be rare. "I  don't think a a lol of things are a  conflict ... As long as I'm not  directly involved in something."  Asked about the Hill's  expansion proposal, however,  Peterson said she probably  would not have voted on it if she  had been on council because her  employer, Pebbles Realty, was  involved in the proposal.  Pressed for an opinion, she indicated she "probably wasn't in  favour of it."  Peterson said she has a copy  of the town's draft OCP and is  "not terribly impressed with it."  She is glad it is being reviewed.  "There's too big of a push for  big development and rezoning,"  she said of the first draft.  On other issues, Peterson  said she believes it's time tlte  town enacted a stringent burning  bylaw.  Land clearing fires of stumps  and debris constitute a community health hazard, especially for  seniors, and should be banned in  residential areas, she said.  The material should instead  be trucked out to a remote site  and burned there, away from  people.  THESUNDOGS  Coming to ElphJe's Cabaret on a return engagement are "The Sun-Jogs", who recently  opened for "Dr. Hook" at the Commodore in Vancouver. A band you would want to  Party & Dance with!! Don't miss them. "The Sundogs", April 30, May 1st, May 2nd, this  Thurs., Fri., & Sat �����������__  ? ***VUmHJrtENT  YES Now Is The Time To M,ike Your  Reservations For Our  MOTHER'S DAY BRUNCH  Sunday. Ma\y 10th  HAID -A- WAY  RESTAUIMNT  DONT BE DBAPPOINTEO CALL  886-4501  Sunshine Coast Hightrvsty. Gibsons B.C.  John Taylor Smith  John (Jock) Taylor Smith sal  as an alderman in Surrey when  that municipality was undergoing rapid growth in the '70s and  said he believes lhat qualifies  him as the best candidate for the  job.  "Now is not the time to put  somebody on council who  doesn't have experience," he  said. "This is the reason I'm  running."  A retired career counsellor.  Smith describes himself as pro-  development, so long as the necessary services - roads, water  and sewer - are in place.  "You can have the finest  OCP in the world, but unless  you have amenities you can't do  anything. It all starts from the  ground up." After that, development is needed because it creates jobs, offers training opportunities for young people and  provides needed housing, Smith  said.  He favours giving the Hill's  marine expansion proposal a  second look, saying the location  is "a natural set up" for the  marine development. "A lol of  people were in favour if it ...  Maybe somehow or another lite  noise could be offset."  Smith said the town needs  economic development and job  opportunities for young people;  the vandalism problem is serious and needs some new initiatives involving the various local  governments, especially the  school districl.  Smith said there should he  much closer liaison wilh the  school districl and more joint-  use facilities, such as libraries  and recreation.  "Take a new pool, for example. Wilh Ihe cost of land now  and so forth, Ihe cost would be  astronomical."  Eventually, one consolidated  government is inevitable for Ihe  Coast because of the rising costs  of providing public services and  the duplication currently taking  place, lie said.  {GET FIT  FOR       V  SUMMER '  '<��  -}S&  *���-$  $3  Your ' * *  3 month membership  includes full use of  Fit Cos faculties  ��� Personlized Strength Training  ��� 9tkP Aerolites Workouts  "Fatbuming" Ioni im/xict  workouts  ��� Stair Masters  ��� Bio Cycles  tyWap  743 North Rd., Gibsons 886-4606  DAVEN'6 CDY  T^.EATCE  presents  "Once u.pon a Crime"  With John Candy & James Belushi  Rajtj Mature: Occasional Coartj A suggestive language  SHOWTIMES  Fri. April 24th through Thur. April 30,h  Fri. &Sat.- 7 & 9:0Opm  Sun. -Thurs - one slum ing at N.tKlpni .hilly  "Article 99"  starring  Keifer Sutherland  & Ray Liotta  Rated Mature  RAVEN'S CRY  THEATRE SOCIETY  for the performing arts  Coming...May20&21  from New York  The  GIZMO GUYS  Sunshine Coast Choristers  IN CONCERT  Fri. & Sat., May 29th & 30th  THE CENTENNIAL SINGERS  Saturday, June 6th  For your convenience you now can purchase  tickets at Reflections in Madeira Park-883 2545  and Sayward Books in Gibsons���886 3626.  Call box office for information: 885 4673 AUTOMOTIVE  Industrial     AUTOMOTIVE       Marine   "  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd  1861 Hv.y. 101, Gibsons, B.C. 88b-810l  V, I MlW   '"  fc-'a s.il  H-ia Sin'   Hl-i^  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  Custom Built Homes  Framing ��� Finishing ��� Renovations ��� Additions   Rixilinu,   i-ttotw aAnynim'Bw 885-2105  Metcalf Const.  c  SUNCOAST TIRE* MECHANICAL LtB    ^   CXaUtHMUaXl tMPKtlOrl FatClllty   KALTTIRE  If we sell it...tvv guurantve it!  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Commercial Emergency    886-8414,  CONCRETE SERVICES  MJJ. Vinyl Siding  I  s  J  Soffits, IASIA,Stumers  CEDAR SIDING  Fred Cocker po Box 1596  iVnvt Meuanc) Sau'laell  RC  Phone 88V6065 _V0N3A0>  q@qjj^  ��� Rnidrnlinl &   ) Commercial Constiuction  RiiIwbcbi*.ii.(:.       ���      * Additions  ^   Laurie Lacovetsky > 885-2887  Swanson's  Ready Mix Ltd  ��� Dnpttth    - ,���Aaounti .      . Fan ���^  MMMI     I ,115*53331  \mhu]  3 Batch Plants on thaj Sajnshtne Coast  Gibsons SaacnaXt Pender Hartaour  Boat 172. MI7 Burnet Hd. Sechelt  Specializing in all types ol  FREE      commercial S residential rooting  ESTIMATES  BOA 9007 ��ii*o��x  ���" BOO-atUOr eves ou��hai,ti=eo  M.uMmuconucnM$  Ml types ol concrete work.  Sidewalks, dnvevvdys, slabs - smooth, broomed,  exposed aggregate finishing.  \^Qiaa*��rCmi*ta*aMaak n^mmaajtj  Metcalf Const.  QIBSONS SAND  & GRAVEL LTD.  Office: 886 8511  *o.^mSttSX*"m   ��ell: 328-7117  Res: 885-2008  DIRECT DRYWALL SYSTEMS  BOARDING - TAPING - TEXTURED CEILINGS  New Homes & Townhouses - Additions ��� Renovations  PROMPT PROFESSIONAL SERVICE ��� FREE ESTIMATES  Cellular 671-3754 Home 116-1657  HonHovden Gerald B McConnill  If you were aclverti%inc| her  you'd Ik* f **.,!flinn about  yours-elf - Anil s.o vuoulcl  Ready Mix Concrete  Sand I Gravel  CRANE  RENTAL  'NaT*        (OMRtll  \J ��� unniiwiuwiuiutu;  MUiffltH G.BSONS PLANT  885-7180 Tuns ere M6-8174  bECHELTPLANT  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  0  EXCAVATING  "A BETTER" BOBCAT SERVICE  "Complete Bobcat Services"  ��� Excavating ��� Backfilling - Retaining Walla -  < Trenching - Landscape Construction - Drainage  1*21   Gibions  BC VON IVO  BRIAV NEWMAN EXCAVATING JST  ��� Septic Fields ���  Drainage ��� Excavation  Water Linus Rock Walls  Landscape Construction -  ��� Call 886-3977  885*3469  8864053  Land dealing  Demolition  Stump Removal  Site Development  Free Eslimales    JnXt Jr EXC A'  (Fastrac BACKHOE  SEIVICE  WBL thtttit  resbcntw.  Urn I  For Professional & Courteous Service  M. 1-12749 WimocklW. ft.    FAX/THOME (83-11H  Hadelra FanV.I.C.im 2M0      Re�� ���. 1M1I  RENOVATIONS WEST  CONTRACTING  Custom Building ��� Remodelling ��� Framing  Foundations ��� Home Repairs ��� General  Contracting ��� Small Jobs Welcome  hi  ii  I Ron Acheron 085-0891 after 600 pm  Mmum EDJEOIRIRC  GIBSONS, e.c.  Residential ��� Commercial ��� Industrial  CONTRACTOR  Uic.#18922f.-eefetiii��les 886-7254J  l':  ��� StPTIC FIELDS  e DRAINAGE DITCHES  e EXCAVATIONS  e water iines Cat 418 4X4  .CLEAH1NC. StevejonM  CHAR'S  BULLDOZING  EXCAVATIONS & GRAVEL QQfi Qftftl  l-ANIICl.EAHINti nu??noriA?ro  VjttlAlJ BUILUINti CHAHOHDAVK  Mackenzie Excavating Ltd.  Land Clearing & Development  Cam Mackenzie  /  -2^      {ft    V  886*3558Mi    W    /*''  CELLULAR JJA SlalSL���aa��� ii  240*6314    [,��������  Wa dig Un aunahlna Coaall  '/ 1  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  A. J. CONTRACTING  Roofing * Insulation * Painting  Concrete * Vinyl Siding  Free Estimates  885-8924  Y  A Complete  Asphalt Service  FREE ESTIMATES  TRI-CITY PA VINO LTD.  RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL  PLANT SITE PORPOISE BAY RD.  TELEPHONE 885-2726 SECHELT B.C.  D & B CRANE RENTAL  Phone: 884-5266  Night: 885-7085  GARRY'S CRANE SERVICE  8TON LIFT - HOOK HEIGHT 65'  15T0N LIFT - HOW HEIGHT 80-  7  rm or maim MA-TAttl  you need a m iiNVf IMS  >0.  ��  THE  RENOVATIONS WITH 1  A TOUCH OF CLASS  COMMERCIAL 4 RESIDENTIAL  IMPROVER M5^  LTD. IIALrMOON BM/J  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  CENTURY ROCK '  R0CI.W.H. FKlngs 885-5910  POMFRET  IOIVSTRUCTIOM  Selwctive land Clnnrmg ��� Dnalgn Consulting  Rfl2 S41 C5, Gibsons, B C VON IVO   Phone 986 8900  HEATING  &  D.C. Heating  Gais Fitting & Plumbing  24 Hours Seivice  Oarcy Clarke  Glbaona.eC  (604)886-8525   Free Estimates  in  f SECHELT FIRE PLACE LTO.Fjf  GAS ���PELLET* WOOD      lii'  Complete Sales & Installations  SHOWROOM Op*)n Tum.-SoI.  5631 Whart Rd.. ������������7171  J  PROPANE INC.  ��� Auto Propane  ��� Appliances  ��� Quality B.B O's  8852360  Hwy 101, across SI.  Irom Big Mac's. Secdelt  Licenser) 5 Handed  PARKYN BAY CONTRACTING LTD.  I H  W(M1|)R()��  Rfsidtntial ��� Cos Installations (fStrvirt  Rei: (604) 586-6707  lor Tell free Pager: 1 979-4371  Propane t  Natural Qaa  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  tt  .CONTOUR  Quality Supply & Installation  Ceramic Tile, Carpet & Blinds  V SHOWROOM B5I HWY 101 .GIBSONS- B.C. ��� PH/FAX: M6-3I9]/  SPOTLESS PAINTING  & WALLPAPERING  ��� Inlfliloi/ExlerKir  ��� Piessure Wrtshina  ��� Specldl>y Wall Finishes  FREE ESTIMATES  883-9843  If vim wi:rc: ;iclui;rti*siiif| lici  yClll'd    111!    MMtlllM)    .lllOIlt  yourself - And so tmoniil  i-wi-n/l-����lv irlsi;  PETER J. SUGARS  Custom CabaYia***s  Kitchens ��� Bathrooms ��� Mlllwork  shop 886*8615    ���    res. 886-2231  A VII* Store  Furniture Land  Highway 101. Boa 3549. Sechell. B.C. VON 3A0  l Telephone (604) 885-5756 ��� Fan (604) 885 2756  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  ��� KITCHENS t BATHROOMS ���  888-9411  Cellular 844-4907  Vie Floor Store ot Your Door  Willi Free In- Home Shopping  Hardwixid ��� Ceramics ��� Wall Tiles ��� Class Tites  Area Kuf*s ��� Carpels ��� Linoleum ��� Hinir Tiles ��� Maitile  Class Mocks  8R5.SSH2 ��� HWVaSHeaH/ Mnn   Sat '):.M>��� 5 IKI pm  Sluiwnxim 4349 llwv. till Wilsiiii Creek Coast News, April 27, IW2  17  sports  Pender Golf  'Nil- Second Annual llneei Bull loinluiiiitnl at Coopers Gran  Kii\e lift) or more eiitliusinsisls a relaxini- afternoon of fun and  friendly competition, April 18. Kulh I'orrester photo  TIDE TABL  Mon Time HI. Ft.  2:55 13.7  27    9:40 7.8  MO    3:10 11.0  8:45 7.5  Fri   Time HI. Fl.  4:35  1 11:35  R    6:35  11:50  13.5  3.3  138  9.6  Tuet Time Ht. Ft.  3:20  28 10:10  TU    4:10  9:40  13.6  6.7  11.7  8.1  Sat   Time Ht. Ft.  5:00    13.5  2  12:05      2.4  SA   7:15    14.3  Wed Time Hi. Fl.  3:45 13.5  29 10:35 5.5  WE    5:00 12.4  10:25 8.6  Sun Time Ht. Ft.  12:35 10.0  3    5:30 13.5  SU 12:45 1.8  8:05 14.7  Thuri Time Ht. Ft.  4:10 13.5  30  11:05 4.4  TH    5:50 13.1  11:10 9.1  ?���  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson   r<�� skoonumcnui, na�������i ana  1 ha. 4o mln. ptui s mln. lor each ll. or rlea  ���ml 7 mln. lor tach ft. ol lill  Pacific Standard Time  Tide Tallies courtesy of  Pronto'S  FINE DININCi RESTAURANTS  Gibsons ��� 886*8138 Sechelt ��� 885-1919  The firsl organized mixed twilight was held on Aptil 6 with a  good lumoiii of 32 ladies and men golfers with fair weather prevailing for our fair weather golfers.  Firsl low gross: Dick Lycan and Joyce Reid; second low gross:  Neil Reeder and Mori I.anghain, third low gross: Jim Menzies and  Lonia Lycan  First low net: Ev Tapio and Mary Roop; second low net: Pave  Wesl and Marj Harbord, third low net George Reid and June Reeder,  fourth low net: Ed Rixip and Lou Donald; KP 3: Jim Menzies; KP 6:  Mary Rixip.  Senior Men's Day Tuesday, April 7 with 28 senior men playing  golf. First low gross: Hugh Maginnis with a 75 excellenl score,  Hugh. Firsl low net: Cece Clements wilh a 61. Second low net Mur  rell Smith with a 62 (close hut no cigar).  Five way tie al 64 - Rill Jacks, Roy LaFave, Henry Murry, Willi  Marcinkows and Dutch Haddon. Closest lo the pin number three  Bruce Hamilton, numlx-r six Jim Menzies.  Golf Seminar  On Saturday, May 2 al 1:3(1 pm Run White, tournament CO nrdi  tutor of the BC Golf Association will present a clinic on the rules of  golf at the Pender Harlxiur Golf Club  This clinic should he of interest lo txpnitneed and novices alike  A question and answer period will follow.For more Information  phone Pender Harlxmr Golf Pro Shop 883-9341,  The following weekend, the cluh will host the Spring Calloway  Tournament, Tee time is 10:30 am; entry fee is $20 for IK holes.  The tournament is open to anyone and everyone; entry fee  includes steak dinner, prizes, trophy and green fees where applicable,  Deadline for entries is Wednesday, May 6. Handicap not necessary for the Calloway scoring system.  Coast ocean Kayak  Symposium planned  The Sea Kayak Association  of British Columbia is once  again presenting a three-day  weekend dedicated lo the  adventure of ocean kayaking.  The weekend begins Friday  evening, May 16 with a three  and one half hour chartered  cniise from downtown Vancouver to picturesque Thetis Island  aboard the Malibu Princess.  Avoid llie long ferry lineups  and BC Ferries' food, Enjoy an  exhilarating weekend filled with  workshops and lectures on:  Your Full Floor Covering Store  "Quality X Service Wilh a Funnily Smile  Fiee Eslimale - 805-3966 - Tom Styles  5605 Sunahirar Coaal ttray , SacrwB V0M3A0  ^PRECISE PAINTING & PLASTER  ��� All Phases of Drywall  ��� Complete Custom Painting  ��� Fire & Water Damage  ��� Journeyman Workmanship  Neale Vance  886-0928 Few fatimatw 886-9199V  r AQUA BLAST  POWER WASH  HOME /COMMERCIAL  HOT/COLD WATER  ���yPager* 885*5111     Eves 885-5950J  LANDSCAPING  S & G TREE SERVICE  Topping ��� Trimming -Pruning ��� Brush Chippar  V Danger Tree Removal  Bonded and Insured ��� 20 Years Experience  885-3897  COTTRELL'S MARINE SERVICE  iffir  Thi Sunshine  Coast's Evinrude  Dealer  FEATUMHG:  THE ALL NEW  SPITFIRE SEMES t  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  ��� 23 Modern Rooms  ��� Kitchen Units - by week or month  ��� Colour Cable T.V.   ��� Full Bath& Shower  ��� Direct Dial Phones ��� Reasonable Rates  886-2419 ��� Sunshine Coast Hwy. Gibsons, B.C.  f QANTAS  \ Stop-Overs Permitted  ) C  a) ������>--*' ConUani apf*V bra  a*��, ���*v_r- i i*a*a3aoraappaym��  /.  is  F/W: 886-33.32 (886-2522 886-3381)  beside Gibsons Medical Clinic  MEANWHILE ...  NEED A UAZILLION I SHIRTS  Vi^BY MONDAY U .     . ,-A .���������,     ^ .,  kayak cookery, navigation,  leadership, kayak design, fishing, knots and splices and more.  On water activities will  include beginner, intermediate  and advanced strokes and rescues and rolling.  In addition, there will he The  World's Greatest Cardboard  Kayak Race, kayak polo games  and obstacles races, boat try-  outs, children's events and  much more.  For further information conlact Menin Sixta at 597-1122.  bridge corner  byRudyNobl  ��� Sunshine Coasl Bridge Club  winners on April 20 were Bert  Wickham and John Paterson,  tied for first with Joy Wilson  and Joy Middlelon; Marjorie  Paterson and Gwenda Thain  came in third. On April 22 Pat  Ashby placed first; B.J. Miller  and Patli Phillips lied wilh Ben  Wickham and Marilyn Lyons  for second.  The 'Scientists' played the  'Naturalists' recently in London, England for n price of  $90,000. The Naturalists were  allowed to use only takeout  doubles and cuebids (no Stay-  man, transfers or negative doubles).  The Scientists won. We  have a pair of Naturalists in our  club - Marjorie Paterson and  Gwenda Tliain and they are  consistent winners! What's the  matter wilh our Scientists?  Beginners bridge lessons,  given by an ACBL accredited  teacher will slarl in May. Interested parlies please register by  calling 885-5352 any lime.  ACBL contest: first, Pal  Ashby; second, P.illi Phillips  and third, Bert Wickham.  Elphinstone  Secondaiy  News���  TELEPHONE "CALL-BACK" VOLUNTEERS NEEDED  We again need some volunteers to help infoim parents  about student absences. If you have an hour available  during school hours, and would like to help, please call  Mrs. Pam Swanson at 886-2204 (10am-2pm)  HOSTS NEEDED FOR TWO JAPANESE STUDENTS  NEXT YEAR  Two grade ten female exchange students from Japan will  be arriving in Gibsons in August. 1992. They require a  home while attending Elphinstone. Anyone interested  should call Mr. Lawrence Stoochnoff at 886-2204.  ATTENDANCE AND GRADES  During Term 3 the 132 students who missed no more  than one day of school had a grade point average (gpa)  of C+. The 61 students who missed 10 or more days of  school had a gpa of D. In other words, for every 3.5 days  missed, on the average, students drop one letter grade.  ELPHIE STUDENTS "OUTWARD BOUND"  A number of grade 11 students will be participating in the  well known Outward Bound programme next week. They  will be taking the Spring Mountaineering course. This programme frequently has a significant positive impact on its  participants.We wish our students fun, learning and personal growth.  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE^  Cuslom Culling ��� Planing  Bevel Siding ��� Posls & I  Chris Napper 886 3468  R.R.H4, SB, C78,  Qlbsons. B.C. VON 1V0  SSSSKtaW  E E D    THIS    SPACE  IM.       ''.'/���  Call 886-2��22(Gibsons)  88H9}0(Sfcb'll)  MARINE SERVICES  &  Huccineer    ���  ,Marina tf Resort Ltd  Located in Secrel Cone 885-7888  MARINE SPECIALISTS 21 '-ears  PARTS - SALES - SERVICE -REPAIRS  K S C Thermoglass S(  Cobra Boals now  In-Slock  I,*,M:wij:Vi  [outboards  Ifitek  If voii were advertising hero  you'd Ue rending oliont  yourself - And so would  everybody else  STIHL  CHAINSAWS  & TRIMMERS  Kl  I  I Y  Sales and Service  731 North Road, Gibsons * 886-2912 IH  Coasl Nt'ws, \|)fj| J7, l-l-l  J^^V fOaV 2   iflS&VtS   Coast News (Monday) Classified Deadline:  Get 4 inserts TR'T> #7 M7' ? 2J    ^Gib^onl*5   JTM^MZmZZ    T5*   Sechelt Offices  1    Homes &   Property  Spectacular ocean piopeity neatly 1 acte. 1248 sq 11 home solan  turn, backhoe or pickup as par!  - payrnant. make ofleis $189,900  8857738. ��18CN  14x70 Fleetwood Mobile Home 3  bdims. I 1/2 pains, shingled root  4 appl. located in Gibsons on  sunny I acre *nh lawn 8 liurl  liees $115.000886 3985   119a  2 Industrial lots on Veniuie Way  Puce reduced $145,000 olleis  946-0465 ��l9w  Warned Pnvale property homes  No agems please 885 9071  eves rnjtv  Soames Poml Large 4 bedioom.  'mine aailh revenue or guesl col  Mge on lully landscaped lol  Eaceptional mastei bdim with  ensuile Close lo leny, beacn t,  egionai paik Comei ol Feeney'  OvaenRd $197 500 886 2182 ss  New cedar log cabin (model no  land inciudedi Melal rool appro,  420 sq II plus loll below cosl  price, asking $14,000 298 5215  iter*  Ocean view lol Quality comiot  subdivision above Davis Bay  beach 8857373 ��l9w  CENTRAL SECHELT  $93 900  2 bdrm rancher, almost 1/3 acie.  duplex a-oned, veiy pnvale, easy  walk to town centei Lots ot stor  age. t/p, new h w lank, single carport. 3 sheds, lishpond Nick 885-  6340 Valley Pacilic ��19w  Lowei Gibsons ��� Double lol, 2  bdrms, 5 appl. dbl   carporl  $ 179.900 OBO phone 886-7010  ��17w  1    Homes &  Property  Redioolts ��� I70O sq (1 3 bdim. 2  bath, 20' a 36' mgiound pool,  compiele balh house, woik shop,  sloiage shed. I 2 acies. lully  landscaped $229.000 885-3674  By ownei. Twin Oaks Slrala  Townhouse wilh attached carport  Two bdrm . large sloiage loom  patio, appis 8 window covenngs  Phone 886 3460 all 6pm   HI Sen  Lowei Gibsons Lol 37. Cochtane  Rd Good level building lol, wilh  lane access al rear, close lo  beach 4 manna $57,500 Call 883  9435 .19  New 24,56 moduline home on 6  awilh 1008 sq 11 shop In Wei  come Woods area Musl be seen  885 0590 $135,000 ��I9  Davis Bay view 3 bdrm. 2 balh,  den. 2 I p , lamily room, rarporl  $154 901) BBS 7750 No agents  ��l9rn  For sale by owner, Sechell Vil  'age 3 bdim. lully renovaled  house $128,500 885 7978    1)18  Wanled Economical undeveloped  lol between Gibsons i Pendei  Haibour Pnvale 885 4876 oi  883 2555 K17W  Pendei Harbour semi waterliont,  3 bdim. splil level home. 16x34  shop on 1/2 acie a oveilooking  Headwater Manna, perlect loi  boalei Now only $154 000 883  9317 (,,7  I 5 acie island, treed, sheltered.  Haidy Island area $79,000  Phone 487 9738 18CN  Swap 3611 Troian In cabin excel  twin engines, $69,000 loi property  on Sunshine Coasl 885-2954  CLASSIFICATIONS  I.    Home & Property  ?.    Bitlhs  l     Obituanes  I. In Memoriam  'j.    Thank You  6     Personal  7.    Announcement  0.    Personal Services  i.    Weddings -,  Engagements  10.  Losl  II. Found  12. Pels J. Livestock  13. Music  14. Travel  15. Wanled  16. Ftee  17. Garage Sales  18. Barter 5 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 Renl  30. Bed and Breaklast  31. For Renl  32. Commercial lor Renl  33. Entertainment  34. Help Wanled  35. Business and Home  Services  36. Woik Wanled  37. Child Caie  38. Business Opportunities  39. Legal  40. Too Lale to Classify  At  any of our convenient  Friendly  People Places  In Pender Harbour  MARINA PHARMACY 88'-*8R8  AC BUILDINO SUPPLIES 883-9531  In Halfmoon Bay  H*.l STORE 885-9435  In Davis Bay  PENINSULA MARKET 883-9721  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK QBNERAL STORE bhv i4(io  DEADLINE IS 3:00 PM THURSDAY  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  I        5321 Cowrie Stun 885O930  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  (behind Doctaldi! Pharmacy) 8B6-:r>;2  1754  !���!-'-���  DEADLINE IS NOON FRIDAY  Amanda and Laah (and Sandy, toot) will be happy  to halp you placa your Claailllad Ad at Peninsula  Marital, our Friendly People Place In Davis Bay.  1    Homes &  Property  Chaiming new 2 bdim home,  Sandy Hook $128.500 080 885  6276 (18  Lohn Rd /Redioolls, 1/2 acre plus  level, well need lol lacing soulh  Ouie neighbourhood with quality  homes Well priced 885 2079  Waiertroni home. Sandy Bay neai  Powell River, immaculate,  $345,000 487 9575        HI8CN  3 Cacliiii 2 level home, I 1/2 balhs,  30,15' woikstiop m Madeira PK,  $92,000 Teims possible 1 874  0960 ��18CN  large lol in Selma Paik 3 bdrm,  2 balh, 2 l/p. 8 in law suite  $145,000 885 5489 evenings   SS  1/2 aae view lol on quiel cul de-  sac Gowei Poml aiea. selectively  cleared, seiviced $79,900 886  3132018864714 SS  GAMBIER ISLAND  1118,000 Ovei I acie ol unique  semi waletlionl with 2 bdtm  log cabin, sundeck. shop and  caiporl. t/2 acre fenced with  gaidens and fruit liees 886-  4917. No agents please.    TFN  2 1/2 acie seiviced lol lor sale,  near Seciel Cove 224 6180   ss  View lol, walei, hydio, $42,000  lirm Chamberlin 8 Cenlial, Gib-  tons 886-9049 ss  W Sechell mobile home, corner  lol. neai school, sloie. $62,000  885-5492 ss  Stillwater. Soulh Powell River  Basement home, view, beach.  $98,000 487 9334 ss  1/2 acre lol Lohn Road,  Redioolls. conliolled subdivision,  $45,000 432-9379 eves.        ss  5    Thank You  CREEKERS  GUMBOOMFUUOF  THAfaHS TO ALL  ��� aaiaw.i vain, ihe  SPRING SPRUCE UP of  ROBERTS CHEEK WdL  6    Personal  ,^Hi  v  ANDERSON REALTY  ��� Recreation ��� Retirement  ��� Relocation  FRK  CATALOGUE  SP8f Cowne SI   Boa 1219  Sechell  B C VON 3A0  885-3211 FAX 885-2899  Van  toll Free 684-8016  New quality buill home, YMCA  Rd., Langdale, 3 bdiin.up erianle,  soakei lub, angle showei, coiner  sink. Mam balhroom combination  bath/showei unit. 2 bdim. down-  stairs wilh balhioom lub/shower.  Large utility loom, rumpus room,  2 car gaiage. 885-4616,885-2735  eves._ ss  Langdale, by owner, attractive  1056 sq II. 2 bdim. bungalow on  83'��163' lol. 690 sq II, linished  bsml., 2 FP, mserl in bsml. New  double windows and carpel, car-  poil and cedar siding exterior  886-9290. ��|7ss  3 bdrm. home, almosl new, 2  balhs, 1400 sq. It,, plus large  garage workshop. Spacious corner lol wilh many liees. Asking  $145,000. 1228 Filchelt at Veterans Rd. 886-8651. ss  No Ourstiriri Aboul It'*1  CALL  KEN SHEARSMITH  885-6277  Gntuifc  a.  SIEMENS REALTV INC  S7I0 TEMPO ST  SECHELT   MS-S'10  Aie you a woman m an unhappy  relalionship. do you need lo talk'  Call the Sunshine Coast Ttansl-  tion House loi conlidenlial 24 hi  service 885-2944 TFN  SWM 50 would like to meel a  petite lady who enioys Ihe oul  doois. dancing, lishing, dining oul.  baibeques Doing things logelhei  I'm an easy going guy so don't be  shy WMe lo Boa K. c/o Boii 68,  Coasl News Sechell. BC VON  3A0 119.  Friendly gioup waiting lot youi  company CAMEO Singles  Club Maiy 886 7825. Nick 886-  7054. Mauieen 885 5633   ��!9w  Wanled" lOOIwerghl walcheis lo  invest in their heallh Eal anything  and lose 10 lo 29 lbs in ihe next  30 days 100% naluial, docloi  recommended 886 2855  #l9cn  7.   Announcement  East Coast Orphan Girl seeks  Kindered Spirits. Anne (with an  "E") #18w  Conlidenlial Secretarial Set-  vices 886-4740 Accuracy and  satisfaction guaranteed.  Resumes, correspondence,  estimates, screenplays - we do  it all! Laser printer.        #18W  One while rabbit, giey nose.  Rosamund Rd B8fr0909  ��17oi  12   Pets &  Livestock  LOG ENDS  by container  load  ���986*7033  Teachei will tutor Math/Science  Gibsons lo Madeira Rels 883-  2405 #19  Learn lo scuba dive. Professional  instructors. Full Padi Certification.  Seasport Scuba. 885-9630   ��21  BARK  MULCH  by container  load  806-7033  Ball Python. 5 II long wilh aquan  urn and heal lock, gentle and  lame. $275 885 5690      ��l8cn  While lemale spade cal 885  9552 II9W  Wanted Mallese male dog lor  breeding Noi loo ok) 885 9693  ��� 19w  Sharper pup. lemale, 5 mos old.  $400 8868571 ��19cn  SPCA  2 yeai old. Iiiendly, obedient,  spayed, lemale Shep crass dog.  leally needs a good home. Small  ei Shep/Lab cioss, spayed  lemale. 4 yis. assorted cais lo go.  Phone 885-4471 oi visit Gibsons  Animal Clinic belween 2pm-4pm  only, oi Sal by appointment #17  Needs a home! 3 yeai old spayed  lemale SI Bernard and Shepaid  X Very good disposition To know  her is lo love hei. 886 7081, il noi  home, please leave message  ��l7cn  HEMLOCK/BALSAM  WOOD SHAVINGS - loi hoise  bedding (no cedai). Gibsons  Sand 8 Gravel. 886-8511 eves  885-2008. TFN  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Conlacl Then 8 Now Furniture,  699 Highway 101, Gibsons. 886-  4716or Mailee Fashions.     NC  Help reduce Ihe pel overpopulation problem ��� spay or neulei youi  P8I- NC  Sel ol concert Toms, $100; base  pedal, $25; snare sland, $25 and  hi-ha! sland. $30 OBO. 886-7736  all, 6 pm. maw  WANTEO: Old '45' lecoids loi  school music program. 885-2144  #19  Congials to John & Cub, you  done good! All Ihe besl lo Ihe loui  ol you. Love, Honey i Awesome  #17  Attention home and RV owneis.  Finally a three slage portable,  compact watei system lhal  removes 11 different toxic contaminants. For pure drinking walei,  call 886-2855. ��19cn  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  ; Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  Yvonne Bairie is now woiking as  an outside sales rep. for Elite  Travel. Call 886-4862 oi 886-  2522. ��20W  FITNESS INSTRUCTORS  COURSE Become certified lo  leach aerobics oi weights thiough  completion ol Ihis E.C.R.P.A.  approved couise. Offered over 3  weekends in April S May at FilCo  Wesl. Call for inio 8B6-4606 #17  48' i 330' ol prime low bank  waterfront in Gibsons Haibour  lear Gibsons Marina House  needs repair but could be lixed  up lor recreational oi rental use.  Properly zoned Tourist Commercial (C-2) Double gaiage plus  sloiage shed $189,500. Phone  Jenniler 1-689-7070 ss  Elson ��� John, Cathy t Lindsey are  happy lo announce Ihe birth of  Lauren Jorene Elson. Apiil 10,  1992. Weighing 7lbs, 1oz. Praud  grandparents are Joe 8 Mary  Martin of Suney and Don 1  Gladys Elson ol Gibsons.     #17  Andy and Lois Ross wish lo  announce Ihe anival of Iheii fiisl  grandchild Katrina Lynne Ten-  Broek, 7lbs, 3oz. Born lo Loretta  and Mike on April 20/92. at St.  Marys Hospital. Sechelt.      #17  5.   Thank You  We would like to lhank out lamily  and tiiends loi making our 25th  Wedding Anniversary truly a surprise and one we won't forget tor  a long time. Special lhanks to  lany Curtis foi providing trans-  potation and to Marueen Lee lor  Ihe lovely flowers. Thanks again  everyone. AB 8 Wendy Haddock  (nice wig Susan). #17<J,  We buy beer bottles 8 beer  cans. Paying iJOt/do*. 886-8039  #17  BROOKS & MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints  Enviionmeni  Friendly Pawls     ^.r ,,  in All  Colours Ot  Tne Rainuoy  Incluttino Green  Bill Wood  SECHELT  "I  J  A Bus 885*2923  Res 885-5058  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-7883,24 hour line        TFN  Fmm |iisl $699 00* lax Certain  restriction apply  nWdaafCrfaCnalsa  Don't wail. Ihe earlier you book. Ihe  greater llie discounts you will  leceivel Call Ihe ollice lor details  Venial?  How aboul a trip lo Reno or Las  Vegas? We have a variety ol  packages available, including last  minute specials  Come and check oul our wide  selection ol Canadian Deslinalion  Pkgs  CRUISE SHIP UST NOW AVAILABLE  DROP BY OUR Of FICE TO  PICK UP YOUfl COPY  m ni im mm mm, mu i��  tmai t !MM MMUm IT  iaWS���  woatacussnuKimc.  TRAIL SAY CENTRE, SECHELT   888-8885   Does someone in your family  have a dunking problem? Call Al-  Anon 886-9903, 885-7484. 886-  9059. Al-Aleen 886-2565.    NC  Adull children ol Alcoholics or dis-  functional families please call  886-3849 or 885-4622 lor help.  NC  To buy. Maies, 2 yis 8 up loi  bleeding. 1-531-2080. #17  Top $ paid loi military items.  Rifles bayonets, badges, medals.  886-7591. ��29cn  Cranberry bushes and perennials  up lo $2 pei shovel load. 886-  4558. ��I8W  Old - antique carpentets 8 cabinet  makers tools, also ok) toy trains 8  metal toys. Call collect 5764370.  12101  117. Garage Sales  Cardboard box containing tapes,  makeup in Paisley case, B8W  zebra striped sweater 8 bright  orange jeans. Left at Raven's Cry  Theatre. Call collect 1-322-1221.  #18  Small black and white male cat on  Marine Drive, Aimours Beach  area, child's pet. 886-9570. #17cn  Set ol keys on frails behind  Elphinstone Secondary. 886-  7554. #17cn  GIANT FLEA MARKET  Plant, home baking sale, Welcome Beach Hall, Redrooffs Rd.,  10am, Sun., May 3, table rentals  $6.50.885-4590,885-3305.��17cn  Moving Sale - Furniture and miscellaneous items. Sat. 8 Sun.  10am-2pm. 1748 North Rd.   #17  8021 Wrldwood Redrooffs Sal-  Sun May 2-3 9 4pm Sleieos.  lumrtuie elc #17*  Multi lamily sale Sal Sun May 2-  3 l0 4pm4H6BiowningRda17  Sunday May 3. 10-2. 181 Piatt  Rd.Exly beds pay double    #17  3 lamily gaiage sale Slove. diyei.  speakers, end tables. TV #17  S C Trailer Park Sal. May 2.10-  2pm #17  Ambei and Upland Rd.. Tuwanek.  Sal. May 9 tlftw  Fleamaikel tables $10 Sun. May  3. airport lop ol Field Road. Wilson Cieek 885 4458 #17  Three lamily sale. 2663 Robinson  Rd |usl off Hwy 101 in Rbls Ck  Sal, May 2,9am 1pm Early turds  welcome. ��|7gi  19   Appliances  m  Kenmore      heavy       duty  washm/diyei, $400.885-5512.  ��� I7cn  Wallle cone maker lor ice cream  fruit cones, $400 OBO, 886-7522  01886-7955. #t9cn  Sleel cargo conlainei 8'>8 1/2,20.  dean. dry. wealhei light Already  heie on Ihe coasl 885 2400  $1700 plus taxes Film 118  Haivesl gold slove. $175. dbl.  stainless steel sink. $30. Evenllow  2 in 1 cat seal. $50. loinmu I cai  seat. $25. booslei seal. $15  kitchen cabinet dons. 886 8899  ��I8W  Inglis harvest gold 18 cu. ft. Iiosl  liee Indge. $200.885-5774.  11801  Inglis frost Iree fudge and G.E.  slove. $250 OBO, one or bolh.  885-7427. #17W  20. Furniture  Naj^l  a  Rhododendions and azaleas,  same low piices $3 50-$IO NO  GST. Laige selection. Open  Thuis. thru Sunday, Robeits  Creek Nursery, 2569 Lowei Rd.  886-2062. #I9W  Gold Kroehler swivel rocket, exc.  cond. $75.886-2536.       ��l?cn  Clear out sale of rifles and shotguns 886-7591. #19cn  Swing set - galvanized, good  cond., $60; 2 kids' bikes for 5 lo 7  yis., 8 to to yis., $20 each; t  scooter, $15. Call Jim or Aii 886-  3148. #19cn  Fitewood loi sale $85 coid. All  types Toll free 1-977-9989    #19  11 t/2' Security campei. Everything woiks inside. Needs new  jacks. 2-600x13 nylon tires, cabinet sewing machine, 10 spd. racing bike. 2 bikes, oil stove, 10'  stainless steel pipe. Offers 886-  9271. Free dishwasher.       #18  8 hp Seats rototiller, 2 gears,  excel, cond. $400 OBO 8853306  #18  Lowery organ with beat box tape,  excel, cond. $1000 Replica oak  desk $400 8857792 #18  Airco Gas lurnacGcod cond. $315  8856276 SI  Compacl Kenmoie washei 8  dryer, gieal tunning oidei. $375  lot Ihe parr; single bed wilh home  madeliame. $35.886-8005   #I8W  Clearance special Adidas leather  runners, $45 pei pari, 1 parr only  ladfies while size 5.1 pan only  men's while, size 8; tpan only  men's black size 81/2 The Landing Clothing Co 686-2116 #I8W  Remote conltol VCR. almosl new  $35. folding budge lable $25.  portable electnc healer $25 885-  3175 ��i9w  Apailmenl size diyei $150; 3/4  mattress 8 box spnng $85 886-  3929 ��l9w  6 ll. chesterfield, brown. $100;  queen size waleibed. $100; Inter-  lann cellular phone. $400. 885-  3130. #17W  ! Floor polisher machines |2) $100  each OBO; 8 HP shake splitter  lully hyd. with table, $1200 OBO;  Garlin 2 bumei gas like new.  $200; rest, ice machine. $400;  electric 2x2 rankin charbiollei  220. $150 OBO 2 burner gas  meat sauce slove, $150 OBO.  886-8251. ��17W  Waleibed. double size, good  cond. $150885-4704 #17  Deluxe chiome kitchen lable, 48-  60", 2-12" leaves. 6 chaiis. good  cond., $150 866-8866.     #20cn  Moving sale ��� beige veloui sofa,  $250; green tweed sola 8 chaii,  $175; 2 bookcases with doois,  $70 each OBO; Kawai electric  oigan with earphone 8 bench,  besl oiler. 886-3992.        #17W  Malching laige sola, loveseat 8  chair, almosl biand new. Soft  velour type. Teal gieen wilh wood  $800 885-6450 oi 885-5198 #17  Table 8 chairs suitable lor kitchen  or dining room Like new $150  886-3446 #17  Couch, chan 8 ottoman Oak coffee table wilh doors $250 886-  8988 #17  Sideboard & matching hutch, gd.  cond.. $450; plexiglass dining set  wilh 4 swivel chaiis. black 8  while, $350; Lazy boy naughahide  dub chair, biand new, $500; man-  size armchair, brown tones, wood  mm, $250; firm 3/4 bed, $350.  886-4639 #17  Dining room lable. 4B"-60" (Iwo  12" inserts) indudes 6 chaiis. gd.  cond., $250.886-8866. ss  21. For Sale  056 Stihl Magnum, 084 Big Stihll  bolh good saws, size 9 caulks.  886-3108 #17  ORIENTAL CARPETS  Invest lirthe luxury ot a beautiful hand knotted wool carpet.  To view call Oriental Reflections 885-7000 #19  Sacrifice Building Sale Three  new cedai windows, I Ox 4 1/2  $550 each, black 8 peach Chinese marble tile, $4 per sq. II.  mortal included 883-9550. #19W  Whirlpool h/d washei/diyei, haivesl gold. $350 OBO. 16 cu. II,  deep freeze, $100; double bed  wilh flame, $50; men's 12 sp. racing model bike, $100 886-9657  #I7W  Lapidary equipment. 20" lap  grinder, 6 wheel grinding unil, 10"  diamond saw, vibiating tumbler  885-2613. #17  8 wheeler, call 885-6223.   #17cn  Apple ttGS computer- 2 live  inch floppy drives exc. cond ,  $400; sel ol concert Toms, $100;  base pedal, $25; snare sland. $25  and hi-hat stand, $30 OBO. B86-  7736 all. 6 pm, ��18W  14 IL chain link fence. $150. Call  mornings 8 weekends. 866-9296  #I7W  8.000 Ib. P.T.O winch and bumper  for Land Rover; misc Land Rover  parts, model 88 series II. 883-  9228 #17  24" Color TV, console stylized  cabinet. $150 886-3318 or 886-  3618 #17  Amana 3 dr. almond Indge/lreezer  wilh ice 8 walei dispensers, 25  cu. II. $800. Toshiba microwave  hardly used, still under wananty,  many exlras $195. Husquvaina  chamsaw 2100 $250 886-2513  #17  40 gal elect, watei heatei, laige  diessei. wood bumei, 4 wood  brlold doois. Bathioom vanity,  various old doois. 885-2121 ��17w  SALE  8' cedai 4x4's, $6 each. 885-  5031. ss  35 mm Ricon cameia outfit incl.  Hash, 100 mm macro, 200 mm  telepholo, 28-85 zoon plus filters,  worth $2000 .sacrifice $550.885-  5774. #18cn  Mobile Camp Kitchen complete  kitchen wilh stoves, freezer Iridge,  sinks, utensils. Feeds up lo 50  people. All mounted on converted  bus with 350 V8, 5 spd. $6000;  20'x3O dining tent with tables,  chairs, $1000.886-8097.   #18cn  110 v elect, range. 3 bumei 8  oven, suil RV oi boal; 2 new Dan-  forth type anchors c/wilh 30' chain  lot boats to 33'; Westbend barbecue and cover melal stroller 885-  2954_ #1801  Table charm dinneiwaie sel, Victoria pattern, service foi 8. Original cosl. $690, asking $450. 885-  6040. #l8cn  Ariisis canvas, double primed  acrylic, 100' roll, 54" wide, $350.  8839317. #1fjcn  IBM compatible 640K dual disc  drive, $550.8857634.     #18cn  Minolta 8 Camcorder video camera, $350 OBO; Zenith 21* TV,  $100,886-3563. #18cn  Aluminum running boards, sian-  dardcab, $75.885-5002 eves.   #18cn  Biand new Bioan built-in vacuum  system with poweihead and  altachmenls, $500.8855774.  ���1801   e _  Sideband CB, 12 volt converter,  microphone, meler antenna 8  cable, gd. cond., $225.8855690.  81801  Oil furnace - great woiking condition. Tank and accessories Incl.  Make an otter after 6pm. 1-291-  7402. ��18cn  I 21   For Sale  ift  ^eaWm   IBM Seleclnc II lypewnlei, $150.  8868771 TFNs  IBM compaliMe. XT style computer 2 lloppies, Epson printer NLO.  great loi woid processing, book  keeping $650080 886-4692  #18cn  SIMS SNOWBOARD 163 5 cm  Teny Krdwell Freeslyle, exc.  cond. $400 OBO 886 7098 ��18w  T 8 S SOIL Topsoil Baik Mulch -  Mushroom Manure Phone anytime 885-5669 TFN  Deep lieeze. $150. Snnlh Corona  printer Call after 5pm 886 4697  Float house. 750 sq. II. one  bdim, piopane appliances, wood  heat. $12,800 OBO 885-1942 ss  SAWOUST Hemlock/Balsam lot  gardening and horse bedding.  Cedai and baik mulch loi other  Gibsons Sand 8 Gravel Lid. 886  8511 eves 885-2008 TFN  HAY/Stiaw$4.00/Bale  GARDEN MULCH NAY  $3.50/Bale  OATS/WHEAT .10/lb.  Phone 8859357  TFN  SATELLITE SALES ~~  Green Onion Earth Station  885-5644    TFN  4" PVC solid or perforated pipe,  $1 UBS 4: $23; 3. $15; 2: $10; 1  1/2". $8. all 10' lengths, will deliver. 886-3910. TFN  300 gal Fuel lank with hose, filler,  stand $250 Lister diesel 4 cyl 31  hp, needs repair $250 4" pum  Irom lire boat $300 883-9228 #18  Case 446 acieage tractor hydrostatic drive c/w 46" mower Low  houis on new Kohlet 18 hp  engine. Will take welding equipment as partial Hade. 883-2142  #18  Bike 4-7 yis, $25, girls bike 6-9  yis, $50 Small box canopy $100  885-6160 #18  CEDAR SHAKES 8 LUMBER,  any size. Will cuslom cul. 885-  566901885-5601. TFN  6 cyl. Foid maiine diesel. 4 ��� 1  capilol gear. $8500. o.b.o., or  Hade loi tractor plus cash, 886-  9981. ss  G.E. Electronic range lop ol Ihe  line. Solid elements, sell clean,  broiler, elc. as new $875 886-  2730 #17w  Firewood ��� alder $85, collown-  wood $95, fn $105 Free delivery  886-9372 ��19w  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 Coast News, April 27, 1992  19  T<a*e 4-e^M^ ���r ������*, ��������, cammmV^AMSpmcto        ���Z!!Z y��urm classified art 6 times,  <*na pay for only 2 times!  VISA  21   For Sale  Sanyo poilable cellular phone  compact lighl weigh,, eIooraimc  design gnp bell, $850 OBO 886-  Turbo Giahx with live player  adapter, lour games Two controllers $250 885 5007      ��19w  Old house on blocks Musl be  moved Offers 885-5466    #l9w  Car Bra lor 1907/88 T-Bird. turbo  coupe (black) $40 phone 886-  ?2M #17  Small cedai building suitable lot  roadside sland oi playhouse 885-  9631 Mon Fn-9 5. #I7���  22. Heavy  Equipment  JCB Backhoe 4 in 1 buckel 1000  hours. $10,000883-9228      ��I7  6-pump on skid wilt, 3 cyl diesell  engine, needs lepaii $1800 883-  9228 ���8  BOBCAT &  MINI EXCAVATOR  FOR RENT  Attachments available  DAY. WEEK. MONTH  886-8538  Bobcal 600 or 700 attachments  883-9228 tu  John Deere 440 skrdder, rebuilt  engine, transmission, $11 000  OBO. 885-3670. #18cn  955 CAT loadei $10,000 885-  2503  1974 Foid Club wagon $500 886-  2912OI886-2606 TFN  1989 Hyundai Excel CX ssp. low  mileage, still under wananly,  supei sleieo unit, $5800 OBO  8859508or885-5325       #18w  1978 Cordova lor pans. $100  883-9228 01883-2183 #18  1986 Jeep Cherokee 4x4, 78.000  luns. Aulo, Gieal cond. $8 000  8855322 m  23   Autos  ECO^K35MrcEscorl4dr,  good cond., no rust, 1 ownei. 10  yis. 46,000 mi. liom new, $1950  OBO 886-8836. #19W  Revitalized 1969 Mercedes-Benz  230. new paint, inlenoi ��� sunioot.  snows, tinted windows, extia tires  mounted, $6950.886-2626.#19cn  1986 Foid Tauius luns well, aii  cond.$6500OBO 886-8254   ��17cn  1987 Oldsmobile Cutlass.  supreme ��� ail cond; exc cond. lasl  ol lis stylo $8800 collector's item  886-7180 ��ig  '81 Honda Prelude, $2500 OBO  8863663 #l8ol  1987 Honda Prelude 20SI. red,  93,000 kms., exc cond., service  lecoids 886 2616 #i8cn  1980 Buick Cenluiy LTD. 4 dr.,  exc. cond, $2550; 1981 Cutlass  Supreme Brougham, exc. cond.  $2900. Phone 886-8266.   #18cn'  ENGINES ��� 100,000 krmTwir-  lanly. Machine Shop 888-9475.  ��!8cn  1977 Foid Van, tuns good, needs  battery 8 mufller, $500.886-3050.  #l8cn  124   Trucks  1983 Mazda B2000 wilh canopy.  iu. new lues. 135,000 k $2800  OBO 886 4558 #!8w  175 1/2 Ion Foid, pu. $750 886-  3816 ��19w  1989 Dodge Omni 36,000 kms.,  PT. wananty, $5500 OBO. 886-  8922 ss  '76 Chevy Nova, engine rebuilt,  $600. Call mornings 8 weekends  886-9296. #17W  Towing ,,a  ()kl car recycling  Cash for 82-92 cars  ami clean runners  Free I'liku/i  Courteous [  ..Jierrice  886-7227  1981 Fold Fairmont Wagon  107.000 kms, no lusl, clean,  Alpine slereo $2,195 885-3736 ss  1983 Nissan Senlia. aulo. good  cond. low mileage $2,995 885-  3300 #19  LAST CHANCE  To own your dream prestige car  1987 Nissan Maxima, luxury  model wh lull electronic features.  One owner Only 31,000 Hue  kms. $11,500 No GST. To view,  call 865-2418 eves #19  '81 Colony Paik S/W, PW/PS,  PB/PD locks, ciuise, air, AM/FM  cassette, $3200 OBO. 79 Coido-  ba PS/PB. PW, air 8 ciuise,  $1200OBO.886-2733.     #17W  Low Cost  Autos  from $400 and up  Call 885-401  1990 Ford Aerostar, XL 7 passenger A-1 condilion, $14,900 886-  B48IJ  ss  4-14' Spinner Hubcaps. 886-9346  after 5pm NC  1980 Lincoln Versailles Collector's  item. exc. cond. $3000.886-2826  ss  1980 Ford F250 Long Van good  iunnei$1800 886-8900     #19w  Three Landiovets 65.66,67,  $3,000 OBO ph 886-6643 all  SP"1 #18  1984 Dodge D50 (Mitsubishi)  small pickup wilh canopy. 64.000  miles, $2900.886-9108.    ��l7cn  1983 Dodge Ram van $4300  OBO 886 2233 #19  '87 Chev SI5, mini condilion box,  linei tape deck. 85,000 kms.  $5*900 OBO 885-3982        #19  1988 Mazda p/u Canopy, liner  Ziebait, v/dean one ownei $7950  885-4866 ��!8w  1980 Foid p/u, heavy hall. Good  condition, liner 8 canopy 885-  5236 $5200 #18w  '80 Bronco, tunning cond., bush  bealei oi parts truck, $500. 886-  7247. #17W  1978 Dalsun Pickup, rusty, tuns  well. $120 886-9390 #16w  25   Campers  18 1/2 It 5lh Wheel, 1983, gd  cond , suite small tiuck. $9500  8831194 #l7cn  1972 22 If motoi home, new  moloi. biakes. lubber gd. cond,  $7495 885 7205 #17cn  OH. camper. 3 way Indge. slove,  luinace, 8 1/2 II, $1500. 885  4832 ss  1975 Argosy 26 fl. gd cond, fully  egurpped. $6500 886 2885 all  4pm. ��!7W  1978 Dodge Man van. sound system, TV, fully equipped, good 9  out oltO, $9000 885 22I0��I7W  For sale ��� Bolei trailer. $1950  OBO 886 8487 SS  1978 Prowler 23' Havel trailer.  landem axle, real bedioom, exc  cond.. $5500 885-5774,   #18cn  Full size fibreglass canopy, $75  885-5774 ��18cn  13(1. aluminum boal. trailer, rods,  20 h.p. electric start Mercuiy  $1650 Lawn mower $95.00 885-  "38 ���9  '78 Dalsun pickup, rusty, runs  well, $120.886-9390.       #17W  '76 Dodge window van, rusty bul  tuns okay, $300. James 886-  8347. #18cn  '88 Meicuiy Topaz, like new,  $5500.886-2833 or 886-7484. ss  1986 Ponliac 6000 4 df��� 4 cyl.,  aulo., PS/PB, powei dr. locks,'  AC. AM/FM sleieo. $4995 OBO.  886-211101886-9018. ss  CASH PAID ~  Foi Some Cars And Trucks  Dead Cai Removal  Abex Used Auto Parts  and Towing  888-2020  1989 VW caigo van, many exlias,  gd. loi campei conveisron. Over  $25,000 invested. $11,500. 885-  6237 eves. #l7cn  1987 Chev S10 extended cab  wianglei pkg.. 103.000 kms.  Black 8 silver, new tires, exhaust  & brakes, $6000 OBO. 886-2616.  ���I8cn  1989 Escort exc, cond. Owned by  non-smoker. $5000 phone 886-  7253 eves. ��18w  1982 Ford van. 300, 6 cyl., standard, captains chans.bench seat,  skylight, $1500.885-7165. #17W  1984 D' :ge Caravan, 4 cyl.,  aulo,$4000lum 885-9789.KI7W  1969 Chevelle Superspon rebuilt  396, new turbo 400. black/black  ps. pb. loo much lo lisl Have all  bills lo prove $6500 886-0911��17  1974 Dalsun 260Z alpine stereo,  mags, spinner hubs, Pirelli tues.  new biakes, exc shape $3500  OBO 886-7378 ss  1975 Olds, small VB. no rusl or  rattles, mechanically A-1, needs  paint, $450 OBO 886-3108   #17  1981 Z 28 Mop 4 spd needs  minor repairs $1200, 1970 Volkswagen Van, Hans, axel and body  $80883-9228 #17  1990 Chev Spnnl, like new,  30,000 miles $5000 885-2206#l 7  1990 VW Cabriolet, black, grey,  wananly, loaded exc. shape  $17,900886-4982. #17  198.1 Chevrolet Malibu Station  wagon 50.000 miles, 350V8.  ps/pb $2750 886-8083        #19  78 Honda Civic, needs work lo  pass inspeclion, runs well, good  lor pans 886-96313 $300    #!8w  1981 Plymouth Hoiizon, new  brakes, lires, muffler, good working order, $850.885-6365. #17W  CLASSIC BEAUTY  1955 Buick, 2 dr. hardtop, red 8  white, good runner, $5750 OBO.  Mike 885-7509. #!7cn  1986 Foid Escort. 2 dr., HB. exc.  cond., 106.000 kms. $2300 OBO.  886-9290. #19cn  OIL'FILTER  CHANGE  *19  95  INSTALL!  -4 LITRES OP MOTOR OIL  AND OIL FILTER  tWf^f^  I SXOOXUM CHrtaslEI ���M-3433  1978 Jeep Wagoneei for pails:  low mileage, gas/propane  motor/RV cam, trailer hitch, mags,  new exhausl, $600 lakes all. 885-  3539 alter 5pm. #17W  1977 F250 crewcab, 351 mod.,  aulo., P/S, canopy spate molor  and trans., $1600.886-8682.      #17ss  1988 Chev. Cheyenne 1/2 Ion  pick-up, 4.3 litre V6, PS/PB.  61,000 km., box mat, toolbox,  $8700. 885-2836,885-7413.   ss  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  25. Campers  25' family cruiser. Chryslei 218.  volvo.leg, sland up head. Galley.  VHF Soundei. new canvas. Al  Hoishoe Bay, lot gurck sale  $11,000080883-9733       #19  1511, K.C. full canvas, 55 hp, Evinrude. E2 load trailer $1,800 OBO  886-4854 #l9w  1973 Super Beetle, $2500 obo.  883-9234. SS  1980 Camaio 305 auto., T-Tops,  Rally lims, $2600. 885-7113.  ss  1976 New Yorker. Al cond.. low  mileage $1900 886-9025       ss  CHEAP! FBI/US. SEIZED  69 Mercedes $200; 86 VW. $50;  87 MetcedesJlOO. 65 Mustang,  $50 Choose liom Ihousands  stalling $25. FREE 24 hour  recoiifing reveals details 801-379-  2935 Copynghl #BCI04JC.   #22  Used Camaio T-Top, $495 loi Ihe  sel. wilh coveis. 886-9500 anytime, ss  1974 Oldsmobile, new biakes and  exhaust. Mechanically sound,  $2400 obo. 885-1943. ss  1985 Toyola LE Van Deluxe  $6,000 OBO 886-2699       #19w  1972 Gran Torino, 2 dr, 351  Cleveland, aulo, w/shift kit $500  OBO phone 886-3617,886-2912  #19w  1980 Olds Tornado loaded, suniool, 61.000 km(ohginal) propane,  cat needs nothing $4,500 phone  886-2254 #17  1988 GMC Siena SLX, 4x4, 350  EFI, pacemaket, steals, mags, nrc  Iruck $9,000 phone 886-2254 #17  1971 21 fl. Skylark tiavel trailer,  excel, cond. $3800 OBO 885-  9524 #17w  1968 5th wheel 25' Travelarre  Exc. cond. 885-2080 #19  1984 24.5 Prowler 5lh wheel, rear  lull balh, new awning, good condition phone 886-7332 after 6pm  ��l9w  15" T'��va| nailer vety clean  $2b'-Ja.        -9708      ��19w  16' "Trapper" Iravel trailer, lully  equipped sleeps 6, $1200 886-  3159 #18w  8'9" Okanagan'82 lighl weight  camper, 3 way fridge, flush toilet,  hyd lacks, folding steps, sleeps 5.  nonsmokeis. excellenl condilion,  $5300 ph. alter 6:00pm 885-4851    #19  1988 - 24 It. 5th wheel, as new,  AM/FM cass., TV ant. roofrack,  spare tire kit, elec. jacks, 5th W.  hitch, twin 30#LP tanks, bed  spread, $18,500; 1986 F150 Lariat Explorer, good condition, aii  ciuise, all options, new tiles,  wired brakes lor 5th Wheel,  $9500 or both for $27,000. #19W  t6' "Trapper" travel trailer fully  equipped sleeps 6, $1200 886-  3159 #i8w  1980 2111, Class C Security  motorhome, 400 Foid Chateau  chassis, sleeps 6, rear kitchen,  top cond ;> $14,000 Call 885-  5688 #i8w  18 1/2 lool plywood boal, mere  cruiser, I/O, cuddy cabin, compass, depth soundei anchoi 8  line. Finders c/w trailer, excellenl  shape 885-3246 #19  1811 Fibreglass inboard/outboard  wilh trailer, 125 Volvo 280 leg,  1983, VHF, CB. Depth soundei, 2  lile jackets, new fins on outdrive  $4500 Call 886-9342        ��l9w  Excellenl condition, 1411 Mirro  Craft aluminum boat, wilh swivel  seats. 9.9 Evintude new highlinei  trailer used approx. 50km, $2700  Call 885-9041 ��i8vv  14 ll. Thornes aluminum boal,  deep wide hull, wilh 19B8, 20 hp  Johnson and trailer. Low hours on  molor $2200 886-7951        #17  13 It. Runabout 20 hp merc/liailei.  cenlei consol $800 OBO 885-  5405_ #17  Moorage available Coho Marina  Resort, Madeira Park, up lo 40'  boat. $3.00 pei lool by month-  yeaily oi $4.00 per lool by monlh.  Recreation trailer sites also available. 883-2248 #17  Double Eagle wilh trailer. Needs  molor work. $5400883-2172    #I8W  13 1/2 Houislon wilh Twin V 30  HP Evintude, Highlinei trailer.  $2450.885-3130. #17W  '72 Evinrude 18 HP short shalt,  Hike new, $350 OBO; 79 Volvo  Penlra 450, $500 OBO; 18II. yellow cedai mahogany boal wilh 40  HP Johnson rebuilt spare leg. lull  canvas, fibreglass ovei wood hull,  sleeps 3 wilh trailer TLC, $1000  firm. 886-8251. #17W  1981 20' double Eagle hardlop  200 HP Volvo 280 leg, (H-6), Gibsons Maiina, $17,500.886-2694.  ss  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70 HP 1989-  1990 Evintudes. Excellenl condition. Lowe's Resort, 883-2456.  TFN  Ves! There is a reliable local  propellor repair seivice. 885-  5278. TFN  Coast News (Monday)  Classified Deadline:  Noon Friday  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  18 Davidson sailboat, new mam.  new cushions, eac cond $3800  8859333. SS  M V Blacklist!, 24 Owens, well  appointed large fish deck, Coasl  Guaid inspected, lealunng new  Swann aulo, anchoi pkg . new  LMS. 200 w/Loian C. new lendets  4 btackels, moonng lines, new  windows, completely relinished  hull and swimgnd, new handrails,  Hush mounl Fishon lod holdeis  (5) FWC 318 Chryste.. $8 000  885 7977 ss  25' Mannei Commande budge,  sleeps 6. 470 Meic VHF. deplh  sounder boal house kepi, good  lamily boat, laige lishing deck  $13000 OBO 883 9422       #17  19 II Sealoner Volvo Penla  Calkins trailer needs exhausl  manifold, $3500 886-3457.     ss  14 II aluminum boal ��� 7.5 HP  motor - tilt trailer. 2 paddles, rod  holders, fishing lod, 2 teels,  anchor, tackle box, 2 Me |ackels.  1 Hoaiei lackel. nel and bail buckel. etc, etc Phone 885-5550  ��19cn  19 1/2 It. Sangslei on trailer. 150  Johnson wilh Irtm lilt, skis, life  lackels, anchor, oars, inboard  tanks S day tanks. ($500 �� plus  woik done on engine). $3750  886-3001. Ss  16' Sangster/lrailer new moloi  $5000885-2908 #17  Volvo 270 Stein Dnve pails, AO  140 and 145 parts. $10 and up.  Pan manilolds and users foi OMC  V8 Chev. $250 883-9228     #18  Moorage: Secrel Cove Jolly  Roger Inn 26' 8 40' slips, Alex  885-8831 #1S  29   Wanted to Rent  || 31. For Re  Pendet Haibout aiea. 2 oi 3  bdrm tanchet. level entty. malure  adulls 883-9822 ��i7cn  Collage loi family ol loui Al oi  neai beach. July I 14 886-7415  #17W  31   For Rent  ADVERTISING  FOR TENANCY  Bntish Columbia legislation pro-  hibils advertising which discriminates in ihe rental ot property  For example a person who  stipulates V.o children" as a  condilion of rental would be in  violation ol Ihe Family Status  and the Human Rights Acts The  landlord who places Ihe ad  vertisemenl and Ihe newspapei  which publishes il would bolh be  m conliaveniron ol Ihe legislation  and could have a complaint died  againsl Ihem The Coasl News  will thereloie not accept such  discnminalory ads.  I bdim basemenl suite, slove 8  Indge, Gianihams, some view,  utils. incl Phone 886-7247 alter  700pm. ,19  Roberts Creek - 1-2 bdrm house  on 5 acies idea! lor horse lovers.  Avail May lst/92 298-5215 ��l9w  1 bdim basemenl suite $350  per/mo Heal incl. 886-2512   #17  2 one bedioom apis. $3902 Iwo  bedioom apis, $425, responsible  aulls only phone 886-8975    #17  32 ll Bill Gaiden wood sloop greal  lamily cruiser (located in Gibsons)  $15,000 OBO 277-2116       #19  27. Mobile Homes  Move In 8 Enjoy  This immac. 14'x70'; 2 bdim, lea-  lures lull 4 pee. balh, soaker tub,  new 12'zl6'deck, new tool, 4w  25 yr guaranlee, big liv room, gas  heal, beautifully landscaped.  Rockland Wynd. Nick 885-6340  Valley Pacific ��19w  $54,900 ��� 1992 - 14'x66' Irani and  reat bedioom, 2 balhs, skylights,  deluxe decoi, stereo, dishwasher  Located #104-S.C.MH.P. 886-  9826.       TFN  REGENT-NEW  Built in Alberta a quality mobile  home, 2 bdrm. deluxe. The linesl  14'x67 mobile on the Coasl. For  only $54,900 Open 7 days a  week loi viewing. S.C.M.H.P  886-9826 TFN  By owner, 12x68 mobile home,  call 886-3039,886-7306.        ss  Number 24 Big Maples Adull  Paik, Sechell. 2 bdrm. exc. location 8 everything in lop condilion.  886-8320. ��17W  Quiel room in new home with own  cooking facilities 886-2164 ��19w  Beautilul Roberts Cieek. bedroom  walerlronl home $800 885-7685  or 885-7612 #19���  Beautilul sludio loll bedroom  overlooking Gibsons Harbour,  sundeck, suil wnler/ailisl $600  inclusive 886-7955 01886 7522    #19cn  One bdim, suite. $650, Marine  Dr.; also bachelor suite in triplex,  $250,886-2260. #17W  Avail May 15th. 1 bedioom view,  quiel clean central $575 plus utilities; 2 bedroom lowet, garden,  clean quiet $595 plus utilities 886-  3484 altei 6 pm 884-5223 local  467 days. #19  2 bedioom lownhouse, neai new.  close lo schools, I 1/2 balhs, 4  appliances, covered sundeck, carport $775 pei mo. 886-4680 TFN  1 bedioom condo, lumished, Jolly  Rogei 469-1558 #19  Small trailer. suliable 1 adull,  Cedais Trailer Court $300 885-  3313 #18w  2 bdrm trailer, Cedais Trailer  Court, $400 885-3313       #18w  2 bdim main lloor, view, hydro  incl, $650 per mo 886-8091 #!8w  24x52 three bdrm, doublewrde 5  appl.. musl be moved avail mid-  March, $35,000,886-9229.      ss  28. Motorcycles  19' Inboard Clinker lunaboul, very  lasl and in top condition, surveyed  value $8500, ofleis 8 Hades con  sidered. 886 2738. ss  1979 27' Bayliner Victoria C/B  255-280 Leg, new engine, low  hours, lots ol exlias, $24,900  OBO. 463-8919 01463 6959.   ss  SECHELT I  WHET! LTD.  MCMMC    M N A M SI  M A B V C    ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants!  1978 11ft. Husky camper. Stove,  furnace 3-way fridge, 110 8 12  volt wited, dbl sink, walei, toilet.  hydraulic lacks, plus tie-down bar.  exc. cond. $3000 886-3401   #17  1991 30' Citation Supieme 5th  loaded, tiuck incl. exc. shape  886-4982 #17  Rubber tait: Avon-Rover R3-40^  max. 15 HP, 1/2 price, $2200,  885-2306. ss  9 ft. dbl. Pontoon and 8II. dinghy.  fibreglass boals and oats. 885-  3856. #l7cn  16 ft. Runabout - lull canvas. 80  HP Merc, galvanized nailer,  loads ol extras. $5700 OBO. 883-  9027. #19oi  18 ft. Davidson sailboat, 3 sails, 4  HP *'riner outboard 8 trailer,  $3500; ,',,',. .. *ine: '''minum  boal 8 Sears nailer, $1uou. ..3  12396. #16cn  Swap 36 ft. Trojan Tn-cabin, exc.  twin engines, $69,000 for ptoperty  on Sunshine Coast. 885-2954.  #l8cn  '86 Honda Aspencade, exc  cond. garage kepi. $7500 686-  9595 ss  360 Yamaha, trail bike, $175  Eves 885-5002 ��18cn  1982 Yamaha 750 V-twin, black,  immaculate 8 pipes $2200 OBO  885-5405 #17  1987 GSXR 750, 1979 Honda  Goldwing. beslolleis, 886 2441  II9W  1985 Kawasaki GP2 550 sporl  bike Slock exc. shape $2200  8864982 #17  1 bdrm suite in lii-plex, Marine  Drive $620 includes hydto. May  Isl 886-2260 #18  For Rent/Lease Waletlionl "The  Castle* al Roberts Creek ��� Cozy  heritage collage, extensively renovated, large sunny living room, 3  bdrms, I balh, sun room/studio, 8  gaiage 886-9863 or 921-8386  #18  2 bdim plus ��� Redrooffs $675/pm  5 appl Large lot. Avail May tst. I-  732-9247 ��|8  Monlasa 250, onioad/oll-toad,  exc. shape, $1200. $899. 886-  7655 or 220-9564. ss  129. Wanted to Rent  Designer/carpenlei seeking  house/collage lo rent ot shaied  accomm. Also willing to peiftom  renovation work 8 property maint.  in lieu ol renl. Paul. Vancouvet  873-2180 #17  Urgently needed for May tst-3  ��� bdrm. home for family, W/D it  possible, Rbts. Ck. to West  Sechelt, have rels, lease OK.  885-��flt6 until May 1.     #17cn  Renl or lease 3 bdtm. plus home  neat Gibsons. Reliable woiking  adulls. Phone 483-4562.   #17W  Ideal lamily lownhouse. centrally  located Gibsons. 1324 sq. It, 3  bedrooms, 1 1/2 balhs, fireplace,  washer, dryer, dishwasher. 3  decks, yaid $800 monlh 886-4692  #18  GIBSONS Spacious I bdrm suite  avail immed.. $550/mo 298-  5215 #I7W  GIBSONS 3 bdim. 2 balh. soaker  lubs. garage, laundry. 5 appis  (1/2 duplex) good location,  $850/mo296 52l5 ��I7W  1 bdrm suite W/F view, $362/mo  883-9177 or 883-9855       #17W  Building suitable for large vehicle  storage and repairs, Hallmoon  Bay area. 885-2703 ��17cn  Egmont I bdim. large cabin, sundeck. lully lurnished, on walei.  Avail May 15. No pels, N/S, rels.  lease possible. 883-2222.  #17cn  Egmonl: Clean 2 bdim. mobile  home, 924 sq. It. plus sloiage  room, laige dek, avail, immed.,  N/S no pels, rels. lease possible.  863-2222, #17cn  1 bdim. basemenl suite, lurnished  $425/mo. utils. incl., single working peison, no pels, Gaiden Bay.  883-9921.  #17cn  Roberls Creek - sunny, laige 3  bdrm. F/P 3 appl., deck. $950 ���  t/2 utils.,; I bdtm. suite, sunny,  airtight, atlached greenhouse.  $525* 1/4 ulils. Arthur 885-9859.  #17W  Furnished 2 bdrm. home on sail  waler lagoon in Pendei Harbour.  $600/mo, avail. July 1 lo Mar. I,  1993. Children and pels welcome.  883-9550. #19W  Sechell Village Duplex open lo  view 11 30am-300pm, Sal Apnl  '8th. one side ol duplex - 2 bdim  house/basemenl. newly decorated, wall 10 wall, 4 appl., window  coverings. 2 laige decks (I covered) No pels $750 pm Avail.l  Apnl 18th olhei side ol duplex,  new immaculate 2 bdrm rancher  5 appl. wain 10 wall, window cov-  enngs, taccuzzi hoi lub No pels.  $850 pm. Avail May Isl on laige  lenced lol 5669 Trident Ave  Sechell #tg  4 bdim 2 balh, 6 appl, Sechell.  avail until Oct, $750  Cozy 2 bdrm home wood/elec  heal, long term, avail May 1  Sechell. $550  I bdtm lurnished condo, long  term. Secrel Cove. $550.  NRS Century West Realty Ltd.,  Property Management. 885-  2235. 1,7c  Brighl, spacious I bdim. suite,  avail. May 1, $500/mo.,md. ulils.  886-3573. #17W  2 bdrm. apartment, new building,  quiel, secure, lowei Gibsons near  lo amenities. Filled kilchen,  blinds, catpels. balcony, laundry  lac, $745 886-3420.       #17W  Cozy collage. Pott Mellon Hwy.  Furnished or not. $550/monlh  886-3816 #17  Uppei Gibsons. Modem, furnished, bachelot apartment Carpeted, sundeck, $400 lease. 886-  2244 ���7  31   For Renl  PROPERTY MANAGEMENT  Don Sutherland ol PEBBLES  REALTY LTD.will support yout  Residenlial, Commercial 01 Industrial inveslmenl. Pebbles provides  a lull service PROPERTY MANAGEMENT PACKAGE. Call Pebbles at 886-8107 lor details  TFN  N/S lemale prefers same for  shared accommodation in my  tome, $350/mo. North Rd., Gibsons. 886-8095. TFNs  Two bdtm apl, cenltal Gibsons  heal ind $575886-8150     TFN  3 bdrm mobile, Potpoise Bay.  nicely decotated, clean,  washei/dtyei $675/mo utilities  induded. 1-986-0459 #17  'Gaiage wilh a view Long, with  laised woikshop space across  Gibsons Maiina $2001-739-3493  #f7  PROPERTY  MANAGEMENT  SERVICEaS  1  t  -2  \  M  Steve Sawyer  Kesiilt'iKlal  < niiiiiitriial  liitliiMri.il  1 retirement unit  available.  Restrictions apply.  References  required  Call Steve  Business  Opportunities:  I have a number  of very exciting  business opportunities available.  Call me   SEAMOUNT  INDUSTRIAL PARK  Fabulous 1.500 sq. ft.  watehouse/shop/manu-  facturing plant with  office, shower mezzanine and huge ciane.  Latge lol wilh easy  access lot any size Iruck,  faces highway, close lo  Qlbsons Mall.  We will      ���  Screen potential renters  fin moving 111 inspection  Arrange loi maintenance  f. inp.llts  Coliecl iiin renl h damage!  deposll  Disburse renl monies lo  owner  On moving out inspection  FOH LEASE  inpriixiinaii'l) mm in  I.MKK,|.ll,���l|alinl,���n  illia't' \|rniT ill limtr  tiihaims area. I.iuitl-  liinl imiv prmitla' Mime  li'ust'liulil iiiipimeint'iil-i.  2 bdim waterfront home. West  Sechelt, newly renovated, $800  per monlh. 885-3247 after 6pm or  leave message #17  1 bdrm collage near Sandy Hook.  $375 Avail May 15 utils extra 885-  3982 #18  32. Commercial  lor Rent  1165 sg. II. relail, Sechelt, three  private offices. $780 nel,  2000,-10,000 sguare feet, exposure, will build to suit  New office space 800-2400 sq. ft.  Wilson Cteek, SS.OOnet  Relail space New Plaza 900-3000  sq. ft. 14.00 nel  Giant Realty  886-3330   TFN  600 sq. ft. piolessional office  space, giound floor, lots ol parking on Farnham Rd., upper Gibsons Call 886-7020 days.    TFN  Light industrial 750 sq. It. units,  $475/mo. Available immed. in  Gibsons. Call Margi! 1-921-6751.  #17W  RETAIL SPACE FOR LEASE  Seaview Place, Hwy 101, Gibsons 650 sq. ft. 8 1300 sq. It,  Lome 1-733-9883 TFN  Davis Bsy, Wilson Creek Hall  available. Wheelchair facilities,  885-2752,885-9863. #21  2 bay aulo gaiage, commercially  zoned. 10 It roil up doois, suitable  lot small business ot sloiage. ol  101 Halfmoon Bay 885-2703#19w  Robeils Cteek Hall avail., dances,  parlies, weddings. Yvonne 886-  ���"815      TFN  STORAGE  Heated, pallatized, gov't  approved. Len Wray's Ttanslei  Lid. 886-2664. TFN  34. Help Wanted  Denial receptionist 2-3 days per  week loi busy Sechell practice.  Musl have computer expenence 8  exceptional organizalional skills.  A challenging job loi a people oh-  emedpeison. Call Or. Kingsbury  886-4535 ot send resume lo Box  1099 Sechell BC VON 3A0    #19  FOH LEASE  LOCATION  LOCATION  LOCATION!  Fabulous retail space  immediately adjacent to  Galiano Mattel, Sechelt  (Beinadelle's Galleries)  Perfect location for your  tetail business.  Avoid all the hassles  and problems and for  iusl a pittance.  CALL the Property  Management Expert  STEVE SAWYER at  (JIB.SONaS  REALU LID.  886-2277  Gibsons Bus now hiring friendly.  reliable bus drivers, lull/part time.  Sterling al $8.50 pet hi. 886-  9318. ��17W  Yaid maintenance company has a  part-time position avail, immed.  loi a responsible person. Conlact  Lorraine or Bill. 885-9041. ��17cn  $200-$500 ���'������EK.LY  Assemble products al home.  Easy! No selling. You'ie paid  direct. Fully Guaranteed. FREE  24 Hour Recording. 801 -379-2985  Copyright ��BCt04DH.      #26W  Seasonal, lull-lime retail derk in  Sechelt. Applicants musl be neat  in appeaiance, couiteous,  responsible and on income assistance. Call 886-7069 between 9-  5r��n_ #19cn  EXPERIENCED  TRADESPEOPLE  Eleclrical.liamet, roofer, siding,  plumber, drywall, finish, caipenfry.  Call Terry 736-6710 #19  ELECTROLUX  A leadei in Hoot care ptoducls  since 1932 needs a teachable  stable part or lull lime sales, service dealer to call on existing  cuslo Ihe Sunshine Coast. No  investment needed. Opportunity  to earn $200-$300 pet week. Call  railed 980-6507 Mi. Masoud. #17 Coast News (Monday Edition) Classified Deadline:  Noon Fridays - Gibsons & Sechelt Offices  34  Help Wanted  Counter person wanted Henry's  Bakery .Apply within in am *tBw  FRENCH IMMERSION  L'Ecole passe - pan out requires  lor Sepl 92 Full time primary  teacher & t/2 lime primary  teacher Requirement Fluency in  French Assels Early French  immersion training, multi'age levels experience, and ECE tiaimrg  Salary as per B C T F scale  Small class sizes Send resume  Dy May 14 L'Ecole Passe-Partout  General Delivery Roberts Creek,  BC VON 2m Telephone 885  5363 *19w  IMAGINARY  ROSE  VW u.utt to tend a  bouquet   i-iv iii,v> u-il  roae brevet) volunieef  accron the Sunshine  CoaM who donated the  kift of lime >u-1 skill One  tmv symbol of how  tilMlfflll tM OR til thfc*  people who help m  hospitals, schools,  community tfroupa  who .issist with  environmental, cultural,  .uul literacy tiroups  who support those In  need ()ne rose for each,  for every one of the  thousands of volunteers  If you're <�� volunteer, this  one's for yon Thanks)  The Sunshine  Coast Volunteer  and Information  Centre ��� 885 5881  3-1   Help Wanted  Seaview GairJens requires waitresses & tusfwson. Apply wittiin  866-9219 ��l8w  CHARKOCHIK  The home ol cfiatDtcaled ctucden  tequites phone pmsons, delivety  duvets. Apply in petson. Gibsons  Paik Plaza ��t8w  Childcaie avotket tequrted Pendet  Haiboui/Sechell Part lime, contract position lo woik wilh childien  wilh challenging Dehavrout Hours  negoiiatue Pay $10 I3t"ir Pievi  ous expenence and education an  asset Please submit resume by  May I io Co-otdinalor. Special  Services to Childien. c/o Community Services. Boa 1069. Sechell,  BC VON 3A0 885 5881     ��i*W  'i ���  ���i  34   Help Wanted  MO.Oiwyil READ BOONS  and TV Scripts Fill oul simple  ���like/don't like- lotm EASY! Fun.  telamng at home, beach, vacations Guaianteed paycheck  FREE 24 Houi Recording 801  379-2905 Copynghl IBC WEB  MM  ".*,  fi  MO.ooo yil READ BOOKS and  TV Scripts Fill oul simple  "like/don't like" loim Easy' Fun  lelaaing al home, beach, vaca  lions tabor shortage, guaranteed  paycheck Also. Collections $30,000. Read TV  Scripts $50,000. Numbei  pages $21,000.Make  Index $30,000. FREE 24  houi recording reveals details  801-379-2905 Copynghl  ��� BC104GB Huity! Offer ends  soon! ��?3  EASV ASSEMBLY any houis.  $339 84 week, lamily of 3 eatns  $4417 92 monthly FREE 24 Houi  Recording Reveals Details 801  3792985 Copynghl I8CI04HH  35   Business &  Home Services  "CERAMIC TILES  Will install, tiee eslimales 885  5404 Wayne all 7  NICK'S PAINTING  Small |Ob specialist Quality work  guaranteed 885-6340 TFN  OO YOU NEED  Lawn/landKipe maintenance,  weedealing. brusticutting, rubbish temoval, hedge trimming,  window washing, etc. Skip's  Maintenance Service. 815-2373  II tw  COAST TREE lopping, falling,  dangei Iree lemoval, lully insured,  prompt service 885-9577 Of 649-  1748 Herb Beam ��I9  EARN MONEY Beading books!  $30.000/yr Income ploenlial  Details. (!) 805-962-8000 Exl  CY-308 ��19w  Assemble light products liom  home. Easy woik - excellenl pay!  We provide details 24hrs (604)  623-2380 Exl. ��A74. ��I8  Elphies Cabaret  is looking (or  DOOR PERSONAL  Apply in person to Clint  Wed. lo Sal. bomeen  B-IOpm  Draftsman lot small amount of  woik on piecework ot hourly  basis. Material handling experience pielened. Autocad pielened Conlact Construction  Aggregates Lid Colin Cameron  885-7595, P.O. Box 1790.  Sechelt. #t7cn  Childcare workers required lo  woik one on one in oul-olschool  program wilh school age child.  Some training will be provided.  Please send resumes lo: RRffl,  C80. Wildwood Sile, Halfmoon  Bay.BCVONIYO. #t7W  SCHOOL DISTRICT  N0.46 (8UNSH1NE  COAST)  CI.KKICAI.TKST  Persona Interested in  obtaining clerical  positional with School  Distric No. 4t> are  required to nchleve n  satisfactory stnntlnrd on  our clerical tent before  luring considered for  reijuliir employment.  The  Microsoft  Works  IViiRnim on n  Macintosh computer is  used.  A testing session hns  been scheduled for:  Dute: Wednesdny,  May 20, 1!)92  Time: 7KX)p.m,  Place: Chatelech  Secondary School .Room  10,1  Persons wishing to sit  the test should contact  Mrs. Pat Hughson at  the School Hoard Office  8868811  4 ADS  TW  when you  pay for 2  FOR ONE WEEK  in either tha Monday  or Weekender edition  up to 10 words  25 cents for oach  additional word.  Births, lost &  founds; Froo  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 \  Coast News  CLASSIFIED DEADLINES:  Monday Edition Weekender  Noon Friday Noon Tuesdays  Oibsons 886-2622 Sechelt 885-3930  35   Business &  Home Services  INTERIOR RENOVATIONS Wat  papei, paint, carpentry, drafting. Iree estimates, Relerences  available UM0M TFNs  EBB lie Filer  36   Work Warned  37   Child Care  Sharpening A Repairs  to all cutting tools Including  Mower Blades A ChakiMWt  Jimlt Karros  TREES TREE SERVICE  Danger Ttee Removal, pruning,  limbing & lopping, shaping, land  clearing, logging Fully  insured We Buy limber I0%0a>  oount seniors 6r34 52t>3(24hrs)  Bll  S, WAILI'APERINQ  PflESSUHE WASHING  LAaaary IVtiram.t'ialirp  IREE ESTIMATES  883-9843  KAVNOR  Inlenor cleaning big ot small,  bonded 1 leliable 884-5324 or  8862328 TFN  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD.  Topping ��� Limbing ��� Dangei Tiee  Removal. Insured. Guaranteed  Work. Ftee eslimales. 885-2109.  TFN  Fan sludent painlei avail Inleri-  ot/Eiteiio! leasonable rates  Please call Pele. evenings al 886-  9127 118  Clean, lasl. ellrcrenl and 100%  naluial cleanets (environmenlally  luendlyl spnng cleaning lor  homes and businesses Call  Giace 885 3192 DI8av  Diyvaall application, lrmsli|ng, tea  luring and painling Call Stanley  885 3806 ��I7  Lighl moving & hauling yatd ft  basemenl cleanups Noim 886  9503 ��I7  COOL RUNNINGS  Lighl hauling, rubbish removal,  yard mainlenance. loloiillmg. odd  |Obs 885 3917 #17  Caregiver needed lot contented  infant June I my home or Roberts  Cieek pieferied 885-3757 Dt9w  Rainbow Pieschool Robeils  Cieek. Fall registration Joyce  8868096 1119*  Loving responsible sittei needed  to caie loi baby in my home ot  Langdale aiea Rels Please 886-  4599 119111  Loving mom will do daycare Full  lime and belore ft aller school in  my Davis Bay home 885 8989  Linda DI9cn  RECYCLE:  PRESSURE WASHING  Boals, Vinyl-sided Houses, Indus  trial Equipment. Pools. Patios,  Sidewalks, Fences, Rools Fiee  Estimates. Call Rick 886-0076  HI7W  LAWN* GARDEN CARE  Low rales: We have mower,  btushsaw. chamsaw, seeder,  pruning equip and a trailer loi  haul away. A friendly neighbour  you can counl on Gilt certificates  avail. Call Lorraine ot Bill 885  9041 #17vV  DRYWALL FINISHING  Large oi small, lasl reliable professional Rob Holler 886-3573.  H17VV  Looking lor a new opportunity to  be sell-employed? Thorough ft on  going training ft support. No  inveslmenl. Have you gol the  desire ft descrpline? Let's talk!  Bryan 1-980-4145 #17  Residenlial/commetcial renovations, improvemenls. and repairs.  Free eslimales, reliable service.  David Reid 886-4642att. 6pm.  ��I9W  Man wilh 11on dump truck will do  landscaping. Turf, cement work,  retaining walls. Delivery ol sand,  gravel and lop soil. Free eslimales, 7 day seivice. 885-2870.  #17  Alda Typing Setvice: Resumes,  bussiness letters, Invoices, elc.  Linda 885-8989 #17  HOME IMPROVEMENT  Ftaming, carpentry, finishing,  drywall, painting, wallpaper.  Stefan Perry  886-3792  t'Rixisf i HSURf nuanuiTS  nTtswiNdnFii) a*m\\  KKU.V ��� I I ��V \N I'l Kl  mmiNisLvMi  VON Ha>  ���ir--1.ll  I* .K�� r.ll.-aa,,i  Itd-Spr.  Cut*. ScMtP  rVmsoriei  IN HOME PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  Carptts ��� Upholiteiy   �����>  POVHWUl  THUCK MQUNUD '''.  y  [QlllPMIM  tttv WSMHil RESULTS  usi ask ani)uND'  I  886*3823  > DIVISION OF ��!�� DEVRIES  > son tmoKCovinmos  Responsible moifiei will babysit in  my home, neai Langdale lerry  Ptefer ages 3 plus 886-0957  ��I7W  Molly Mouse Oay Cate spaces  available - 18 monlhs lo school  age. Fun lilled caring environment  with early childhood trained slall.  886-3913 #30  38   Business  Opportunities  ICBC INJURY CLAIMS  Fiee initial advice, call Anaslase  Maiagos 669-3441 #21  NOTICE is hereby give lhal Ciedi-  tois and others having claims  against Ihe Estate ol WILLIAM  JOHN PRICE, formerly of Gibsons who died Seplembet 7,  1991. aie hereby required to send  them lo the under signed Adminis-  Iratois al Boa 190. Salmon Aim,  BC. VIE 4N3. belore June I,  1992. altei which dale the Admin-  isiiatois will distribute Ihe said  Estate among the parties entitled  theieto, having regard to the  darms ol which it has nolice Norman Allan Puce, Barbara Elaine  Puce, Willie David Pages: by.  SIVERTZ, KIEHLBAUCH ft  ZACHERNUK, Barristers ft Solid-  tors, Box 190.316 Hudson Stieel,  N.E.Salmon Aim. BC, VIE 4N3  #17w  11*  I  LOOKING FOR  SPECIAL HELP?  B Varcoe footings, foundations.  sundecks. Relerences available.  885-7977 #18w  YORKSHIRE GARDENER  Lawn problems7 Garden out of  control' Need Iree pruning, hedge  shaping? Friendly, reliable service Fully insured. Commercial I  residenlial. Relerences available.  FRED 886-3526 TFN  36  Work Wanted  D ft D Labour Cotilracios Danger  Tiee Removal selective logging  yaid cleanup, lubbish temoval  885-3670,885-3314 #18  GARDENING SERVICES  Weeding ��� Pruning ��� Planting  Knowledgable and Experienced  Call 886-4557 #l9cn  Complete Bobcat Services  Excavating - Backfilling  Retaining Walls - Trenching  Landscape Construction  Drainage  UM53I  TFN  Mature woman available for  Spanish lessons, housecttaning,  ft babysitting, reasonable tales.  Phone 886-8464 #!9w  37. Child Care  Rente lo Ihe Sunshine Coasl wilh  this money making business.  Mobile lood concession. Totally  sell contained, busy patking spot  foi the summei. many potenlial  bookings. Must sell due to health  leasons. Asking (50,000 OBO  Fot moie information please  phone 886-3656 ftfjw  Lang Bay Reslauiant/Slote/Gas  Station Powell Rivet lot lease ot  lease to won $1500 monlh call  Valerie or Ken to view. Gieat possibilities 685-7379 ��l8w  Babysitter lot 1 yi old boy, 3 eves  pet week, appro, 2 hrs pet night  n/s leleiences. 886-8406   #18w  It's Spnng again! Does your lawn  need mowing? Is yout garden  overgrown? Can't see out ol those  dirty windows anymore? Call us -  we can help. Young, energelic,  wilh leasonable rales. Call Dave  ft Aaron 886-9005 ��!8w  Housekeeper avail. Will do windows/walls. Call 886-4640 altei  3:30 #18  Experienced siller avail.  Redrooffs area. 885-2650     #18  Require child caie lot my 2 yr old.  5 hrs a week, evenings. In my  home in Ihe Bonniebrook atea.  886-3929 #19w  Funshine Daycare a eating, sale  enviionmeni, creative play material, ECE certified slall. Fun, lun,  lun loi 2 1/2 to 5 yr olds. 886-  3377 ��19w  Responsible casual babysitter  needed, rels please. Phone  Melanie 886-9650 ��18w  CATHY'S CARE CARE Foi sale  immed. 49% ownership in car  detail shop minimum inveslmenl  required. Looking for woiking ot  non woiking partner Shop is lully  equipped ft established. Setious  inquiries only. Ask lor Cathy 885-  6450 or 885-5198 ��l8w  Looking lot a new opportunity to  be sell-employed? Thorough and  ongoing training and support. No  investment. Have you got Ihe  desire and discipline? Lei's talkl  Bryan 1-980-4145. #17CN  SAVE PAPER:  Why buy, when we've  got your number?  LOW COST FAX  TRANSMISSION  SERVICE  886-7725 or 865-3954  ��� Send or receive  ��� Local, national,  international  ��� Reasonable rates  ��� Confidential service  For more information  call 885-3930 or 886-2622  ICruice Lane  I Gibsons  'NEWS  Cowrie St  Sechell  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  BCYCNA  BRITISH  COIUM8LA  AND YUKON  COMMUNITY  NEWSPAPERS  ASSOCIATION  254  BLANKET CLASSIFIEDS  These ads appeal in more than 100 community newspapers in B.C. and Yukon  and reach more than 3 million readers.  TO PLACE AN AD CALL COAST NEWS AT 886-2622 OR 885-3930  for 25  words  $195  13.70 each additional word          AUTOMOTIVE  Engines rebuilt for cars A  trucks. 6 Cyl. from $995, 8  Cyl. Irom $1095. 5 Year or  100,000 Km limited warranty.  Bond Mechanical 872-0641  8-7p.m. 7days. Toll-free Mon-  Fri 1 -800-663-2521.   BUILDING 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)2661 tot.   BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  PROFIT FROM THE RECESSION? Every tew yearsa truly  different opportunity comes  along from ANYTHING you  have ever seen. Minimum  Investment $499. Call TO  DAY 1(519)944 6000.  Since 1976 we've beenCarti  da's #1 Display Wholesaler.  We seek 2 reps to service  established retail stores in  your area. Earn $900-$! 100  weekly. 1(416)756-2156 or  1(416)756-3174.   Established family business.  Ken's Place, Store/Restaurant on beautiful Moberly  Lake, B.C. 3.5 acres - 400'  lakeshore property. Includes  5 Bedroom home. Owner re  tiring $189,900. plus stock.  1-788-2425.   COMOX VALLEY, Vancouver Island, Full Service Aulo  motive Repair with top equipment and location. Owner  turns away business. Call  Brian Willis, Re/Max Ocean  Pacific, (604)339-2021.  BUSINESS PERSONALS  ADD A LITTLE SPICE! B.C,  College Roommates - Cindy,  Wendy and Lisa - have exciting Personal Photos of themselves lor sale. For discreel  Info write to: Cindy Price, Box  670-GB, Kelowna, B.C. V1Y  7P4. Adults only please.  BUSINESS PERSONALS  IMPORTEDASIANANDU.S.  amateur and specialty videos. For a catalog send $2 to  Homegrown Videos, Box 74,  Regina, Sask. S4P2Z5.   EDUCATION  TRAIN TO MANAGE an  Apartment/Condominium  building. Many jobs available.  Government licensed home  studycertificalioncourse. Call  for details: (604)681 5456 or  1 -800-6654339.   FREE CAREER GUIDE lo  home-study correspondence  Diploma courses. Accounting, Aircondltioning, Bookkeeping, Business,  Cosmetology, Electronics,  Legal/Medical Secretary,  Psychology, Trawl. Granton,  (5A) 263 Adelaide Wesl, Toronto. 1-800-950-1972.  CHEF TRAINING PROGRAM. In just 17 weeks make  your future financially secure.  Join Canada's #1 industry.  Cooking is a recession-proof  career. Short, Intense training. Financial assistance.  Gov't funding Student loans.  Continuous enrolment. Accommodation arranged.  DUBRULLE FRENCH CULINARY SCHOOL, 1522 W. 8th  Ave., Vancouver, B.C. 738-  3155 or Toll free 1-800-667-  7288.   fob sale mac.  Maple Syrup, pur*  homemade. Quality guaranteed. Canada Post prepaid,  no tax. tX4L $40. Case ol  8X540ml. $50. Sandra  MacLeod, R.R.2 Burks Falls,  Ontario. POA ICO  1(705)382-2244.   FOR SALE MISC.  EXCLUSIVE SHEEPSKIN  PRODUCTS. Car seat covers, Rugs, Slippers, Baby's  Lambskin etc. Mail Order  anywhere. 30 Day  moneyback guarantee, free  catalogue. Cad: Shear Comfort Top-free I -800-663 7750.  NORITAKE CHINA SALEI  Terrific discounts on current  patternsl Delivered well-  packed, insured. For price list  on your Noritake pattern ���  Alexander's 'The Noritake  Experts', Toronto. Toll-tree  1-600-263-8896,   TAYLOR SLUSH, hot dog,  nacho, ice cream, yoghurt,  pizza, warmers, coffee, juice,  much more with warranty.  Dealers welcome. All Season  Beverage Equipment. Catalogue available. 1(403)343-  7317.   HANDLE STRESS. GAIN  CONTROL OVER THE REACTIVE MIND! It starts with  this book Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Heallh  by L.Ron Hubbard $7.50. To  order call 1(604)681 0318.  Visa/MC accepted. Hubbard  Dianetics Foundation, 401  West Hastings Street, Van  couverV6BIL5.   Backhoes 2 i 4 W.D., 950,  960, loaders, 18' x 36" jaw  crusher, dump trucks and  ���rips, 455 case loader, water  truck, excavators, and more  equipment not listed. Call Vic  493*791.  GARDENING  The Ultimate Gardener's  Store. 1,000's of Products,  Greenhouses, Hydroponics,  Drip Irrigation. Huge Book  Selection. 80 Page, photo  filled 1992 catalogue $4. refundable on order. Western  Water Farms, #103-20120  64th Ave.. Langley, B.C. V3A  4P7.  HELP WANTED  Sales/partsperson. Good  working knowledge of  snowmobiles, outboards,  parts counter. Some computer experience, good public  relations. Wages negotiable.  Resume, Trails North, Box  398, Smlthers, B.C. VOJ  2NO Fax: 847-3536.  HELP WANTED  MOBILE HOMES  ^igure Skating Coach. Must  have Level 1 up to 8th figure,  gold dance, Sr. Silver F.S. All  applications considered.  Resume, Smlthers F.S.C.,  Box 2147, Smlthers, B.C.  NEW 14 WIDE, 3 bedroom,  front livingroom. Many extras.  Just $34,900. Pre-owned  starting at $14,900. Homes  Canada, Calgary 1(403)286-  2488.  VOJ2NO. 847-3105.  PERSONAL  AUTOMOTIVE SALES POSITION AVAILABLE. An opportunity to live on beautiful  Vancouver Island and grow  with Nanaimo's most respected progressive dealer.  Excellent income, benefit program 4 .'great management  earn. Reply in confidence to:  Brian     Neai,    Nanaimo  Chrysler, Box 746, Nanaimo,  B.C. V9R 5M2. (604)758-  1191,  Fully Experienced Butchers  lor beef a lamb kill. Floor.  Good wages I benefits. Apply P.O. Box 34017, 5790-  175 Street, Surrey, B.C. V3S  8C4.  WOULD YOU LIKE to correspond with unattached Christian people across Canada: all  denominations, all nationalities, lor companlonshlpor marriage? Ashgrove, P.O. Box  205, Chase, B.C. VOE 1MO.  FUN-FILLED LOVELIFEI  People ask Dr. Don/Where  can we get Sexual products  discretely?'Privacy guaranteed. Order catalogue $6. lo:  Dr. Don's Products, #1173-  1124 Lonsdale Ave., N. Vancouver, B.C. V7M2H1.  REAL ESTATE  PROPERTIES TO BE SOLD  RANCH WORKER with experience in riding, irrigation,  laid work, fencing etc. re  availability. For information  on both write: Properties,  Dept. CN, Box 5380, Sin. F,  Ottawa, K2C3J1  house. Must have references  (604)378-5788.  LIVESTOCK  RECREATIONAL VEHICLES  R.V.'s New i Used,  Motorhomes, Fifth Wheels,  Trucks, Trailers t campers.  Trade-up or Trade-down at  Butler Auto & R.V. Centre,  DL5333, Kamloops, B.C.  2405 E.T.C.H. 8-8 Call Now  372-5518.  ABERDEEN ANGUS BULLS,  2 year olds and yearlings.  Performance Information.  Quality with size for commercial or purebred herds. Delivery    available.    Phone  1(403)746-2557           or  1(403)746-2555.  TRAVEL  Privately owned waterfront  properties for weekly rental  throughout B.C.'s Gull Islands, Shuswap t Okanagan  Lakes. To Rent or list property call 'Private Getaways'  SECURITY  BURGLAR BARS. *Mr.  Goodbar'. Attractive white  windowgrilles provide discrete  home security. BEAVER LUMBER, IRLY BIRD t,  LUMBERLAND. Free Information help line: 1-800-661-7555.  SERVICES  1-675-4600.  Major ICBC and injury claims  BLANKET CLASSFEO  ADVEBT1SJNQ  An advertising 'Best Buy"!  Joel A. Wener trial lawyer for  22  years.   Call   collect:  (604)736-5500. Contingency  feesavailable. InjuredlnB.C  only. Coast News, April 27, 1492  21  ephemera  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us  Leave your cares at home wilh us.  Pet / Animal Care  Mail Clearing and Forwarding  Indoor Plant and Yard Maintenance  Regalac Home Check or Live-in Service  CKLl SHAKON 885-2228  CutUm Haatt ��� Woltk  labualiaaal  BONDED LICENSED INSUREO  PriirirUtt *-"���*���* ToCo����*���<  SaPCA News  The smalltr ol a hnialiliil pair <>r shepurd-triavi spa>til It-males,  Ihis lovable, very friendl, htauly is KoinK lo make someime an  excellenl companion Tor lire. If you wan! lo he lhat special person  you should call Ihe SKA al XK5-477I and get acquainted.  n. ember when  5 YEARS A<aO  The Sunshine Coast News  opens ils new office on Cowrie  Street in Sechell. John Bolton of  John Bolton Signs installed the  new sign outside the office  under the watchful eye of Rrnn  Burnside.  Over a quarter of a million  dollars in renovations to Sunnycrest Mall are currently underway and are timed to coincide  with the celebration of the  mall's tenth hirtlulay.  10 YEARS AGO  Regional Director Jim Gurney of Area E is elected to be  regional board chairman utter  the resignation of Alderman  Brian Slelck of Sechell.  Municipal Affairs Minister  Bill Vander Zalm writes to the  SCRD expressing concern  about the "number of borrowing  bylaws coming through my  office" from the SCRD.  Trustees of School Districl  46 are wrestling with the problem of trimming almost a quarter of a million dollars from tlte  school budget in such a way as  to minimize the effect on education.  Builder George Giannakos'  plans for a hotel in Gibsons are  running into difficulties wilh the  village's design guidelines.  IS YEARS AGO  Boat owners register their  complaints about increased  wharfage rates in Gibsons Harbour.  Alderman Lorraine Goddard  brings before Gibsons Council  plans for a revised, smaller  swimming pool.  Mayors Harold Nelson of  Sechelt and Larry L'abonte of  Gibsons join regional board  chairman Harry Almond in proclaiming May as Family Month.  Long time resident and community activist Bob Nontiinton  of Sechelt dies al his West  Sechelt home.  25 YEARS AGO  The mysterious light hovering over Bowen Island has been  identified by John Hopkins of  Hopkins Landing as a series of  lights on a Channel H rebroad-  cast transmitter.  35 YEARS AGO  In Sechelt, the Coast News is  represented by Mrs Ed Lums-  den. Consult her about her  advertising needs. Phone  Sechelt 44W.  45 YEARS AGO  Elmer Jorgensen of Hallmoon Bay was lined $10 for  operating a motor vehicle without a licence.  Mr. and Mrs. Rodger Sim*  mings made a hurried trip to  Vancouver. We strongly suspect  it is to do with a keg of nails lor  their new house near Wakefield.  CHANNEL ELEVEN  I urvlaa. April 2* .�������* * im  Gibsons Paxil k,-n.H in,.,,.  7:*a��  ChakOafM  Ml  "1 Amal jiii.i.i   ��l  ���:*a)  Modem Workplace H, ilnu-s  MmIm  April J��.IW  Ml  Ciitasotts AliK'iiii.ini, ( analiiLiles  7:00  Tlae Mcimni! of Men  Ml  "I Am j 1 .iiiu'i.i" #1  Ml  (\nasl PMM  Stan Iiiami talks vartli basket nukri ( online Jeffries  4:00  tiibsoiis Aldcniiaiiic ('aiKtiilulrs  I huncUv. April M.IM M5  (itbSOtlS Allll'Mll.llll,  ( .IIKllll.ltfS  7:00  I Iniik lank on t'niiimiinitv Futmrs  Ml  "I Ami < allien" *4  Ml  Mlilwitety in Ihe "Xl's 1 aini|! fur llie Family  Live I'lapiic-tn  Ml  i iibsous Alileniianic t .irnliil.ii,-.  %��Z��Z��r" SOUTH COAST FORD  . 885-3281  SPRING SALE SPECIALS  ���Alcan White Embossed Aluminum Soffit  55c sq. ft.  ���Alcan Renaissance Series Vinyl Siding  $121.50 box = 200 sq.ft.  ���Alcan Vinyl Siding Trims  5% Discount  CASH ft CARRY PRICES  Prices In Etfecl To May 15, 1992  VISIT OUR RETAIL SHOWROOM  Talk To Marianne  HOURS 8AM TO 5PM  FREE Installation Estimates  Professional Installers  Jim Bain 885*4572  Unit #7 5522 Wharf St. Sechelt. B.C.  and classifieds ��/speak its language  The mes.sage is clear: If you want to .save money or make money, the Coast  News and Weekender classifieds respond to your needs. We're the people's  marketplace. People turn to classifieds to win the best return on their  investment.  If you're in the market to buy, our classifieds provide you with instant options  and current information in an organized fashion. Automobiles. Homes. Help  Wanted. Services. The result is satisfaction and savings.  If you're in the marketplace to sell your products or services, the Coast News  and Weekender classifieds introduce you to motivated, intelligent,  information-oriented consumers. The result is a quick return on a wise  investment.  Whether you're buying or selling, the Coast News and Weekender classifieds  speak to all your needs!  The best classified  deal around.  Get 4 Ads FREE  when you pay for two!  $4  ONLY      IT  FOR ONE WEEK -  up to 10 words-  in either the Monday or  Thursday edition,  250 for each additional word.  COAST^NEWS  COAST NEWS  IWEEKENDERB  Classifieds  885-3930  886-2622  Our deal.....  Pay for two insertions and  your ad will run twice a week  for three weeks! 22  Coasl News, April 27, hi*)j  news  Volunteerism booming on the Coast  Those who help others to be honoured during volunteer week  Nine years ago, Anne Moore promised  Iii'imIi ill.n ii the mvtved hei cancer, she  would work lo comfort others who were  fighting ihe disease.  Sin* did survive, and has been .< volunteer  foi ilie Cancel Society evei since She works  in provide iin.mei.il help, .1 support group,  and one on one visits to eaikei patients  "Cancel is .1 vei > fearful thing There's  nothing i|iule like it.'' slie s;iul "You'ie Ira  ing Willi .1 tuoukea on VOUI li.uk '' She s.i\s  cancel survivors can identify wilh Ihe .mvi  eiies oi someone who has nisi been ding  nosed When slie w.is lighting hei own etui  eei, .1 friend who had also had cancel helped  hei thiough those hod times  "When she heard I had cancer, slie was  nghl ,il m\ door." slie s,ml  Volunteer Week. April 2fi in Ma) -. is .1  tune 10 recognize Ihe woik ol people like  Mooie  According lo .1 1987 stud) b) Statistics  Canada, two thirds ol Canadians do mioun.il  volunieei woik spontaneous!) helping a  friend 01 neighbor, as Moore's friend did  Aboul 27 pet cenl ol Canadians volunieei  formally by working foi a group like tin*  Cancel Society  Nanc\ linker ol ihe Sunshine ('oust Vol  This is one 'if Ihe busiest  volunteer centres in the  province'  \iiiti r Ilith 1  unieei Action Centre says thai volunteerism  is booming in ilus region The centre icgis  lets aboill 24 new volunteers a month, she  said,.and currently has over 1,400 volunteers  "This is one of the busiest volunteer centres in the province," she said. "Two years  ago we were registering maybe 13 volunteers a month." She believes that llie large  number ot letited ami unemployed |x-fiple in  lilts, region is one reason lor the increase  "fine quartet of Ihe labor force [on the  Sunshine Coast] is not working," she said  "Fur menial heallh, it's very Important to  keep woikin); and busy " She believes that  volunteering docs as much good for the vol  unteet as it does for the cause he or she  woiks tot  On llie Sunshine Coast, volunteers provide many services which are done by paid  wotkers in cities such as Vancouvet, Hakei  said Foi example, Ihe lilnaiies, lire departments, SPCA and children's sports programs  are almost entirely volunteer run  Volunteers work all year for no pay and  often gel little thanks This week, the Volun  leer Centre will honour 25(1 local volunteers  al I Ml pm, Wednesday (April 29) in the  Secheij Indian Hand Hall They'll nel tea,  led carnations donated by Mitten Realty of  Sechell, and a lew words of thanks Then  they'll go back 10 work, helping oui because  Ihey think it's the rigid thing to do  NutriBiotic  the simple solution���  Now available in        \^'oJP>Z  SHOWER GEL &\''e  BUBBLE BATH  VARIETY RS.fh FOODS  The ltl(.<IKST Little Store in CBnoOS Lauding 886-2936  Wl IERE QUALITY GOMES FIRST  BAIT AND BLOWN  I'NVIKt )NMi;N I AI.I.Y 1 UN Nl )LY  CELLULOSE  IWNAlTfc  MAZATLAN  �� 886-8741 ��  Strait Alliance awarded federal grant  to plan environment week activities  The Save Georgia Strait  Alliance (SOSA) lias received  $10,000 Irom Environment  Canada lo organize 0 series of  activities during Environment  Week. June I lo 7  The project will lake place in  al leasl lour communities, in an  effort lo raise awareness of llie  human impacts ou Georgia  Slrnil anil encourage a sense ol  stewardship ami appreciation of  ihe marine environment Debi  Bnimmel ot Lnntzville has been  lined io eo ordinate ihe project.  Activities will include edticn  llonnl displays in malls, slide  show presentation and hands on  activities SGSA volunteers  hope lo Work willi schools lo  Portable  Toilet  Rentals Tn  ��� Construction Sites  '     Special Events  ���    Outdoor Picnics  ���     VVeddM qs^ etc .  Also Septic  Tank Pumping  Bonniebrook  Industries  886-7064  Wtf&fftf  MIA  EXPERIENCED  DEPENDABLE  ���  PROFESSIONAL DESIGN  & INSTALLATION  Residential  and Commercial Projects  Mickie Hale  886-8854  carry out imettidal i|iiadral studies on a numbei of beaches  along wilh cleanup and debris  cataloguing  Quadrat studies were intro  dined al lasl \ear's State ol the  Snail Conference in Nanaiino  by Stanford University student  Shannon Bard, who lias been  conducting litem in Georgia  Siraii during ihe pasi three summers wilh Ihe help of school  childien and other volunteers,  Bruinniel says in a press  release slie hopes these studies  will give communities u useful  way lo monitor Ihe relative biodiversity and health of Iheir  iulerlidal /ones over lime.  Data Irom these and subsequent quadrat studies will lie  collected and maintained, wiih  ihe results made available lo  government agencies and citizens.  As well, SGSA volunteers  will lie visitinj! inatinas to  demonstrate small craft, oil spill  DOUBLE  YOUR  IMPACT.  When you want maximum coverage of your target customers in the  Sunshine Coast market, you should consider advertising in both  the Coast News on Mondays and  the Coast News Weekender edition on Thursdays.  This double-barreled combination of the Coast News and the Weekender  will ensure that your advertising message covers  your target audience most effectively  Call the Coast News advertising department today at  885-3930 or 886-2622.  prevention equipment and techniques to recreational boaters  and fishermen, A series of fact  sheets will lx- developed on how  citizens can help protect Georgia Strait.  Although SOSA hasn't yet  decided which communities will  lie included in the activities.  Brummel says this will depend  on public interest and participation.  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