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 LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, B.C. V8V 1X4  COAST  NEWS  SO cents per copy on newsstands  E S T A B L I S H E  April 6, IW    Volume 4f>     Issue 14  Eleven-year-old Koliin Lawson hugs Iter violin prior lo playing a duet with Marni Greenfield  in a performance for the Sunshine Coast Music Festival, which opened Wednesday. A highlights concert will he held al Chatelech on Friday starling at 7 pin. Joel Johnstone photo  Dry spring conditions  cause concern over  summer water supply  DyJanaSeyd  A dramatically reducod level  ol winter snowpack in the Sun  shine Const watershed has  raised COncVtl hIkhiI water supply during the summer months  While tin exact mcasure-  inenls are available, reports  ftom visual estimates indicate  areas which usually still have  live or six feet of snow al this  lime of year are already hare,  because of the unusually warm  weather on the Coast during  March. "Usually there's snow in  our watershed at least until the  middle of June." said Jim Gurney, chairman of the public  utilities committee, which oversees water supply for the regional district. "From ihe reports I'm  getting, it's pretty well gone, at  least in the lower areas."  Similar problems have been  [experienced in other areas, such  as the Greater Vancouver  Regional District, where snow-  pack in the watershed is 13 per  cent below normal.  Reduced snowpack in the  Coast watershed will mean the  area won't gel the usual delayed  runoff during the summer, said  Gurney. But spring rainfall  could help alleviate the problem.  As a backup, the regional  district has a reservoir of 300  million gallons of water stored  -in Chapman and Edwards lakes,  ��� wjtich is calculated to give the  Jim Gurney  Coasl a three-month water supply, based on a fairly high rate  of consumption. So far, the  regional district has never had lo  use the mountain lake waler  supply. "We've always been  able to get through, even in dry  years," saitl Gumey,  Usually, most of the district's  water supply comes from Chapman Creek and tributaries which  flow into it. Holel Lake is also  used as a waler source in Pender  Harbour, and Trout Lake is used  to supply Halfmoon Bay in  months of high water consumption Recent pollution at Trout  Lake has the district concerned,  said Gurney, bul "it's noi cause  for alarm.  "If we find we're getting  really desperate around June and  we're dumping a lol of mountain lake Storage," said Gumey,  il will likely mean sprinkling  restrictions  Meanwhile, local govern  litems aren't the only ones worried about the exceptionally dry  spring weather Low snowpack  levels and a small lake reservoir  al lite headwaters of Ihe Rainy  River, which is below its usual  level, has meant officials at  Howe Sound Pulp and Paper  "have to be a bit concerned."  said Don Stuart, mill manager.  The mill, which uses aboul  25 million gallons of water a  day, usually takes ils water from  the Rainy River, supplemented  by the lake storage during dry  spells "But that can only go on  so long before the lake empties  oul," said Stuart.  While die mill already recycles a significant amount of  waler, expansion over the past  few years has meant consumption is now higher than it was  during the last dry season ahout  six years ago, when the mill  came close to shutting down.  While the critical stage is not  likely to lie reached for another  six months, said Stuart, if dry  conditions continue through the  spring, the mill will likely be  looking al sinking money into  "extraordinary conservation  measures" at the beginning of  the summer to prevent a shutdown.  Province  to hear  mine  woes  by Stuart Burnside  Sechelt mayor Nancy  MacLarty Wednesday  offered a damning assessment of the recent meeting to  discuss gravel noise emanating from Construction  Aggregates and said she has  asked a higher branch of  government to intercede.  "This is turning very negative," MacLarty said. "I  found (the meeting) very  upsetting."  MacLarty said she had  written a letter to the Minister of Mines asking him to  look into what she called the  "really unique situation" of  having a large mine operating 24 hours a day, seven  days a week, virtually within  the municipalities boundaries. "I hope lhal some compromise can be reached,"  MacLarty said.  She said she was mosi  upset with the approach  taken by Construction  Aggregales at the meeiing.  "They shut Ihe mine down,  turned the equipment off so  the workers could attend."  she said, "Il made the meeting more confrontational  than it had to be."  She also lamented Ihe  position taken by the Sechell  Indian Governmenl District  (SIGD), which she said only  added to the confrontation.  The SIGD defended the mine  saying the property belonged  to the band and Ihey could  use il to their benefit.  MacLarty noted the SIGD  is forming a committee on  the noise issue and said Iwo  more volunteers are needed.  Sechell resident John Burns  asked to be a member.  At the gravel meeting,  . Bunts came out in favour of  the mine saying it provided  much need employment for  the community. "Maybe my  voice will provide a bit of a  different perspective."  Reformers discuss election strategy,  regional director says timing is critical  by Roxanna Gregory  About 60 Reform Party members crowded into Ihe Wilson Creek Community Association hall Wednesday to hear BC/Yukon  regional director Ian Todd predict Ihe party  will hold the balance of power after the next  federal election.  He urged party members to prepare for  the election, which must he held by ihe fall  of 1993, hut cautioned them against "peaking too early" if a snap election call was not  held this year.  "The next 12 months are going to be very  important for Reformers, This next year will  sorely lest our party. We are a new party, a  young parly. Our single most important test  is the nomination of candidates," Todd said.  "We need to nominate candidates of good  character for whom service rather than personal ambition musl lie iheir motivation. We  must nominate candidates who can restore  our faith in government, Canadians have lost  Todd cautions  against 'peaking too  early'  faith in the existing political system. The  federal government faces serious economic  and constitutional challenges." Todd  implored everyone to become involved with  the Reform Party.  He began by giving a brief history of the  party which was founded in 1987 and has  since grown to become the largest (paid  membership) political party in the country  with 11(),(HK) members, 25,(XK) of whom are  registered in BC. Todd spoke aboul the phenomenal growth and pointed out that during  the month of February, lite national office  had registered 8,5(M) new members. He felt  the party's successes were due to "popular  common sense policies and the good leadership of Preston Manning."  He also fielded questions about recent  party executive expulsions in Manitoba and  Ontario, where some Reform members were  also associated with ihe.Heritage Front, a  white supremacist movement.  Todd stated: "As a new party we are  especially vulnerable lo special interest  groups. We must lie on the watch for these  groups. We will not tolerate racist views."  He noted that the party was unable to screen  all 110,000 members, and that there had only  been 12 expulsions.  In addressing nationalist concerns, Todd  felt that the Reform Party, which has about  85 members in Quebec, would be the best  party to negotiate wilh Quebec over  sovereignty issues, because the party holds  no seals there and has nothing to lose.  turn to page 2  Inside  classified  page ��  community  page B  editorials  page 4  leisure  page U  musings  page 4  nonce board  page 12  nutter  page 5  sendee dk.  page 16  sports  page 17  Wilson still cutting his legislative teeth  Opposition leader discusses taxes,  wages and strategies  by Jane Seyd  They've said that he's politically  naive, thai he has no sense of humour,  that his request for a 60-year economic  plan is as feasible as preparing for the  next Klingon invasion.  Still, nobody said it would be easy,  and Opposition Leader Gordon Wilson is  the first to admit it.  Sitting in his airy Sechelt constituency  office recently, behind a stack of budget  papers and pamphlets, Wilson in some  ways still seems more comfortable with  the kind of tangible evidence of figures  and percentages than he does in the atmosphere of question period, where no one's  really interested in lengthy explanations.  He runs his fingers down columns of  the spending estimates as he talks, flipping through the pages to find the appropriate numbers. "I have all of the data  right here," he says, "which I'd be happy  to go through in as much detail as you  want to."  There is a sense that his first public  embarrassments - the complaints over  office space, the request for an extra ferry  for the Powell River pageant - are stilt  somewhat of a mystery to Wilson.  That  he really doesn't think in terms of political perceptions, and can't understand why  ihe intricate government structures and  points of principle aren't as central to the  public record of events as ihey are to his  understanding.  "It bothers me personally that the system is designed in such a confrontational  way," he says. After his election platform, in which he vowed lo work against  constant legislative bickering, the first  two weeks haven't been especially easy.  "The whole system is geared towards  me being negative," he says, and his first  attempts to score the requisite political  points againsi the government weren't  terribly successful. "I was absolutely  mugged," he says. "I'll tell you, 'sandbagged' was probably a better word."  When it comes down to the figures,  Wilson has plenty of comments on the  governmenl budget - as the all-night sittings of the legislature last week can  attest to.  Most important, he disagrees with the  decision to raise taxes. "My fear is it's  going to restrict economic growth," he  says, and drive future investment south of  MLA Gordon Wilson  the border. "A tax freeze is possible," he  comments. "The government simply  hasn't tried."  Rather than raise taxes, Wilson says  the government should have made further  reductions in spending, particularly in  what he describes as the capital and  "administrative cost" of social services  and health care - which he says have not  been helped at all by the newly  announced "fair wage" policy.  "We don't support the proposition that  there should be a minimum wage in construction," where most of the workers are  men already earning between $19 and  $25 an hour, says Wilson. "If anybody's  underpaid, it's the health care workers"  who are still mostly female.  "When you have a government that  talks about wage equity, it's a little bit  contradictory."  In other areas of health care, Wilson  supports the government's decision to  emphasize prevention and community-  based services. "We're not going to solve  our health care funding problem  overnight," he says, but the new approach  is "eminently better" than what was happening in the past.  turn to page 7 Coasl News, April6, 1992  news  Cameron & Associates  CERTIFIED    GENERAL    ACCOUNTANTS  Located iii  The New Wilson  Creek Plaza  Suite #201  (above the restaurant)  Personal & Corporate  Income Tax Preparation  Computerized Bookkeeping  Financial Statements  885-3511  Monday   Friday ��� 8:.H)  4:30  Marathon  as Sechelt  by Stuart Burnside  Sechell council will undergo  another committee structure  shuffle. Starting nexl week, all  the various committees will  become  committees of-ihe -  whole, a change which was  recently made in Gibsons  All Sechell committee meet  bigs will lake place on the same  day, one meeting alter anothet  rhe new committee meeting  day will be ihe Tuesday; follovi  ing the month's firsl council  meeting.  Mayot Naiw> MacLarty said  the idea was to Ipeed up council  meetings by having "full discussion" on issues before ihey  go beyond the committee meet  ing stage "When recotnmenda  lions come Irom Committee to  council milder the present s>*  tem), we seem 10 spend a lot ol  lime bringing people up lo  speed." she said  committee meetings  continues to debate  planned  policy  Alderman Bob Wilson spoke  .ig.iuisi the plan saying there is  no place to hold a maralhon of  meetings. He listed all the people who niighl attend during the  9:30 am to fot 4:30 pm session  m\i.\ said ll was ridiculous lo put  them all m the municipal hall's  cramped meeting room.  "The air in there only circulates about once every five  hours," Wilson said, "and that's  with ihe window open ... No,  your Worship. I can't see us  operating under ihose conditions."  Wilson also slummed a tentative decision 10 allow "only an  hour and a half lor planning  meetings ai the end of the new  meeiing day    "We are going to  be so tired al the end of it we  wouldn't be able to make any  decisions," Wilson said    He  also said having them only once  a month is not enough.  "You tried yourself, your  Worship," Wilson reminded  MacLarty, "to hold planning  meetings once a month and it's  impossible lo finish an agenda."  Wilson won his point on the  time frame for planning meetings, having them moved to the  first meeting of the day, but  MacLarty defended the cramped  meeiing space as a way lo expedite the governmenl process.  "I personally leel that Ihe  lack of air will lead to less hot  air in the committer meetings."  MacLarty said "Maybe il will  make them (committee mem  hers) move a little laster."  This is the third committee  restructure since the present  council was elected 18 month  ago. bul MacLarty indicated il  niighl not be the last She said il  il didn't work oul llie schedule  could be changed again.  Tidelines  Grand  Opening.,  ^^^pr>'\in       I'liNliflCKSILVKU ��� B^W VSV  PREMIUM BLEND  Don't Miss  The Boat",  Motor &  r Trailer  *  DOUBLE EACILE BOATS  f*a>\  Aid. Bub Wilson  '.Vo, your Worship,  I can't see us  operating under  those conditions.'  Reform  directors  elected,  goals  outlined  front page 1  He outlined the Sunshine  Coasl goals as: "Working for  election readiness, building the  membership and getting out the  Reform message."  Todd invited members to  attend a fund raising dinner  with party leader Preston Manning, which will be held at the  Hyatt Regency Hotel in Vancouver April 14. He also said  that Manning would visit this  riding during the week of June  22 and would be speaking in  Powell River.  Meanwhile the local membership elected Sechelt's Bill  Foreman by acclamation to be  Reform Party district director  for the next two years. Nominated for directors at large were  Daphne Avis and John  Kavanagh; Kavanagh is current-  ly a director at large.  Tlte Reform Party nominated  candidates in the ridings of  Okanagan Centre and  Coniox/Alberni last week; it  plans lo have candidates nominated in all 32 BC federal ridings by September.  Ml Dl( INK STONES  Medicine stones have been  used . ' Native Indians  thtoughx ' the worlds tor  generatio . in beliel of  their heai g and inspirational power. Each age  old design is hand painted  on stones selected by a  healing person Irom a  special beach on Vancouver Island. B C . Canada.  sky Creatures  - powerful contact with the  spiritual world  - BIRDS - communicators  Land Creatures  - stiength & durability in life  - BEAR - protector  - DEER ��� strengthener  - MOUSE - messenger  Water Creatures  ��� curing ol physical ailments  - TURTLE - healer  TSAIN-KO  Gifts  5.05 Hwy 101. Sechelt  Airt.ssfrornSI Mjjij's  Hospital 8S5-4592  Mori i, lues 8 10 - 5 JO  Wed -.Sal HJ0. 7 30  Sunddia- 12 00-6 00 Gia.t News, April b. IS92  news  Wildlife tolerance, awareness  critical as population grows  by Stuart Burnside  "People need lo show a little  more tolerance for wild animals," says Coast wildlife conservation officer Doug Pierce.  Last Tuesday, according to  Pierce, shots were fired from  two commercial fishing boats at  sea lions on white Island, just  off Ihe Coasl from Wilson  Creek. "Ry ihe time I got out  there Ihey (die culprits) were  gone," Pierce said, "and so were  the sea lions."  'What does it take  to make sure  domestic animals  are safe?'  He said he didn't find any  carcasses, but there was a lot of  blood. "It was such a senseless  act," Pierce said "There was no  reason for It." He said those  responsible were probably beading for Steveslon, but there was  no real way to identify them, so  they would probably not be  charged even if caught.  Pierce equated the senselessness of the act with an attitude  many people have toward wild  animals in general. Such incidents are not uncommon, as evidenced by other tales of wildlife  abuse Pierce related wilh  National Wildlife Week  approaching.  Started in l')'7 through an  Act of Parliament, National  Wildlife Week (April ft to 12)  aims to make Canadians more  aware and appreciative of the  beauty the country has to offer.  It's a lesson some Coast residents might benefit from learning, according to Pierce.  He said people all liio often  lake the approach that if a wild  animal ambles across their property line it must be destroyed -  regardless if the animal is a raccoon, mountain lion or a Kingfisher interested in the contents  of a manicured goldfish pond.  "If there's a Kingfisher in  your backyard, enjoy it for what  it is," Pierce said. "People  should feel honoured to have Ihe  bird there in the firsl place."  Pierce told of a woman in  Pender Harbour who reported  shooting two raccoons because  they had broken the eggs of  some favoured geese The  woman acknowledged the geese  were free to roam and the eggs  had been laid somewhere in her  backyard.  "What does it lake to make  sure domestic animals are sale'"  Pierce asked. He noted that as  the population of the Coasl  expands, there will be an  increasing need to show tolerance for wild things.  "It's common sense stuff,"  Pierce said "If you've got a tree  wilh birds nesting in it, don't cut  it down. Wait until Ihe birds  have gone."  Pierce said another woman  phoned him to complain about  foxes coining into Iter yard to  gel al her chickens. She wanted  the fowl-threatening-fiends  gone.  'People tilth  larger properties  could help boost  the Coast's wildlife  population'  "1 thought il was pretty great  to have foxes coming Into the  yard," Pierce said, "and asked if  I could get some pictures or  something."  Pierce said that by  Fresh Tabouli  made by Helen  Fresh Past _r  made by Karl        x-*  VARIETY :!!iS, FOODS  The 1IK.C.F.ST Utile Store in Gibsons Lauding i*,HiS-2'i:ib  THIS WEEKS SPECIALS  AT ANDYT  Hit PRICES  INCL  GST  DINNER SPECIAL  S8 95  with appetizei |  PDIMFRIR PA^A  10"��0FF  ���'.l7!tvlb AH entrees.  mssm  n      I   or Spaghetti FKtE  SI M)\V  BUFFET BRUNCH  Adults $8.95 ��� Children $5.95  Seniors $8 00  This domestic goose was living the "wild life" in tiibsuns Harbour before lieing attacked by raccoons. The bird is recuperating al the (iibsous Wildlife Centre. Joel Johnstone phniu  I CkWOTsl'S 4  iik.hu, u  nn   i.iiMAs      %"���*" n\ im   mi'ni   ni  Remember  if your're going to  gamble with your  Septic Tank  a flush  is better  than a  full  house!  vi  lor septic tank pumping..  Bonniebrook  Industries  886-7064  ask lor Lucky Larry.  ft '  fiastM is Cottimtog  Ti-iWtC t-4ittfl��gweiite  'TaVnmiu'/itj 'VCniilr,  ChMle's Ckocohles  Ann-Lynn  Flowers���  Sli5' Dolphin St.,  Sechelt  (Ac loss Irom Ihe RCMP)  B85-9455      V  the end of the call the woman  was counting her blessings  rather than cursing the animals  coining on to her property.  "It's just a mallei of taking  precautions, of penning in domestic animals so the wild ones  can't get al litem."  On the other side of tbe coin,  Pierce said people with larger  properties could help boost the  Coast's wildlife population,  especially birds, by building  nesting boxes  Citing Mountain Blue Birds  as an example, Pierce said the  species needs a nesting box with  a custom hole that allows the  blue bird to enter, but not other  birds thai would either lake over  the nest or rob it.  The environment ministry has  instructions to help in constructing nesting areas for birds  and information about the habits  and habitat of wild animals.  F  blood clinic  Regular donors are the backbone of Red Cross blood donor  clinics, but new donors are  always in demand.  "It's difficult to get new  donors," says Vivien Tepoorten,  organizer of Ihe clinic being  held al the Sechelt Legion 1 ii-  day, from 3 pm to 8 pm. "We're  trying to encourage young people to start coming."  Tepoorten said about 240  donors usually attend on the  Coast, with an average 210 to  220 units collected. "We'd like  to try for more."  Motorcraft^  Gas Charged Heavy Duty  Shocks  Fit Most American Cars  "Cas" REG 42.35 ea. AAg*|  SPEC  28��  Fit Most American Trucks  "Cas" REG 66.30 ea.   Jg /V70  Oil Filter  Fit Most Fords - Chevs - & Dodge  CFL-1  FL-10  FL-12   \Ju%*%afea  3.50  Halogen  H6054 .Beam  16.50-  Buy a Pair of  Wiper Blades  at Reg. Retail  Price and get  1-4 Litre Container  of Windshield Washer  Antifreeze for yl Afi  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  Parts  INIISTIIAL. CIMMEICIAL MM PAVING  ASNALT. HAVEL. flAIIM. (HIS. Sill CEMENT  ��V���,  _B-A BLACKTOP LTD.  SECHELT PLANT  PORPOISE BAY RD.  885-5151  Located in Sechelt for 13 years  FIEE ESTIMATES  WE 6MUNTEE ALL III WIIK Fll ME YEAI  PLEASE ASK III IEPIESENTATIVE Fll PAYNEIT TEIMS  Members: Amalgamated Construction Association, B.C. Road Builders & Heavy  Construction Association, Canadian Technical Asphalt Association  Tune Up Coast News, Aprils l*��lL>  opinion  A pre-emptive  election call  from Mulroney?  There is some cause fur misgivings in the possibility  indicated b) Prime Minister Brian Mulroney last week  lhal Ik' would be read) to call an election on the issue of  the constitutkm.  There i*- a 'damn the torpedoes, lull steam ahead' quality (o die I'ritne Minister's apparent attitude which should  give all thinking Canadians pause. It is all very well lor  Multifile, to lv a gambler, bill he's gambling in this case  with the Future of the country and so far his initiatives in  this aiea have only served io heighten the tension and  increase the distrust ��hich plague us today.  \t the nine nt Meech Lake we questioned llie arbitrary  designation ol a deadline tor country-saving. It brings an  urgency and an uncertainty into a process which should  be low-key and patient.  \iul now apparently Mulroney is preparing again to  throw ihe dice in an all or nothing proposition lhat could  teal the count!) apart tor good. Apparently this is a risk  that the I'ritne Minister is prepared to run if running it  facilitates his hold on power.  \ commentator last week made the observation that if  Mulrone) were to run for office on his merits he wouldn't  stand the proverbial snowball's chance in the wannest of  locales. Hut if he can trumpet that the country is al risk  and only lie can save it. he might take the electorate's  mind oil how much he is disliked long enough to ensure  another tour or five years in power.  I Ins is not the only cause for misgivings. It is bad  enough that the future of the country can be gambled with  to teed one man's lust for power. What may be worse, and  there is certainly a body of opinion in this country which  thinks it no accident. Mulroney would at the same time by  such an election be taking our minds off the Free Trade  Agreement with the United States and the projected  extension of it to include Mexico.  There are many who believe that the country is being  Inst on the economic front whilst Canadians are wrangling over the division of powers. An election called on  the constitution, with all the pent-up passion and misplaced fervour that would entail, would drive thoughts  about our economic future from the electorate's mind  taster than anything else could.  The possibility is that the wily Mulroney is well aware  of this and well aware, too. of how anxiety about the economic path he has embarked upon is growing steadily.  Were this the case, the Prime Minister's decision to call  a pre-emptive election on the question of the constitution  would be doubly reprehensible. It would be designed not  just to give our gambling Prime Minister another tenn in  power, but to take our minds off an issue which has never  commanded majority support and the initial results of  which seem foreboding.  An election called and won on the constitution would  allow Mulroney time for further economic adventuring  with Canada's future. The question is, how much more of  Miihiiiiey's initiative can Canada withstand. And whenever the election is called and whatever Mulroney says it  should be about, that is the question Canadians musl have  in mind when next they vote federally.  It is more than time that the Canadian agenda be set  with more in mind than one man's political ambition. It is  more than time that Canadians turned their attention away  from the tedious irritation of the Constitution and decided  whether or not the country is slipping into a colonial status and. if so, what is to be done about it.  letters  Nature park  respect lacking  We are Division 4 students  from Langdale elementary  school We are very concerned  about Maple Paik in the YMCA  Knad subdivision.  Maple Park is a nature park  set aside for the community of  Langdale Yesterday, we went to  the park to get frog eggs and lo  write in our 'magic spots'  luniks When we got to Ihe park  we saw gas and hig pieces of  wood dumped in llie ponds and  hig pieces of metal, a light from  a car and oilier garbage left on  the ground. Last time we were  there, there were birds swimming in ihe pond and salamanders  We would like the park to lie  clean again for people and for  animals and plants Our class is  going to plant wild flowers and  trees in the park, hut first we  will clean it up and put up  posters to remind people to keep  it clean.  We need your cooperation  Please respect this nature park  hy keeping it clean, leaving the  posters up and please don't  drive on or trample the new  plants and flowers. If you can  donate wild flower seeds, trees  or a garbage can, we will thank  you by taking care of Maple  Park. Donations can be dropped  off at the school between K:.V)  am and 4 pm Monday to Friday.  Please come and visit our  park in May when our work is  finished.  STUDENTS of MRS.  CROSBY.  MRS. SKKI.l'HER and  MRS. STEVENS  Langdale elementary school  (iet in the picture  on free promotions  I would appreciate it if you  give your readers a chance to  get the following information  This man in the mall called to  me. "If you don't enter, you  can't win!" So I filled in this little piece of paper  Lasl Sunday a nice lady  phoned, "You have won first  prize!* she said. A $100 photo  session. I said something like,  Yeah sure, this sounds too good  (0 be true." "No, no," she said,  "you wiin firsl pri/e; you will  receive a large portrait for tree;  you can come alone or bring as  many as IS friends and make it  a group photo."  I said, "Aha, and then all  these Iriends will have to pay."  "No, no," she said again, "this is  a prize you won; you can get as  many normal size copies as you  want " So I started lo believe il.  She then told me that I had lo  pay S4.W in handling money  and taxes, hut thai the large  photo, the pholo session, and as  many normal size copies as we  wanted were all included in the  prize.  For a while I danced around  the room and hugged my girl  friend I fell so happy I'd never  won a 'firsl pri/e' before, ll  made me feel important.  So I gm my friends together  and we went to the place where  the photo session was to lake  place I found il very strange  that there was another person  there, wailing, who was also a  'first pri/e' winner So before  the session started I wauled lo  make sure one more time and  asked the photographer.  He said lhat I musl have misunderstood "You have won a  $100 pholo session and will  receive one large copy free You  may buy as many more as you  want." It fell as if someone had  hil me in the lace We argued  about it; first he implied lhat I  was making il up. then he said  that the lady that plumed me  musl have made a mistake  1 was furious! Because of this  fraudulent and dishonest crook  my friends and I had wasied  lime and money coming down  here, had been fooled into  believing that we won a prize,  letters welcome  We welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, clarity and legality. Please mail  your letters to:  The Editor  Sunshine Coast News  Box 68  Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0  and were then treated as dummies, as if it was our mistake!  I apologized to my friends. 1  went home and wondered how  many other people had been  tricked into this and may not  have found oul until they came  10 pick up the photos that they  weren't getting anything for free  ami then shamed into paying for  it What a come on!  So if someone calls you and  says you won a first prize, a  $100 photo session, tell him or  her you want it in writing before  believing it  JACOBA VAN DIJK  Gibsons  Kids' Rockwood an  outstanding event  1 am writing to express my  gratitude lo all the people who  worked so hard to make the  Kid's Day at Rockwood Manor  last Wednesday such a joyful  event.  I took my 11-year-old grand  daughter expecting to spend a  short while and stayed for the  whole four hours. We both  enjoyed everything that was  offered and Bronwen especially  appreciated lieing allowed to use  the weaving looms.  I cannot praise the people  responsible enough and I cannot  single out anything as every-  ihing was first class. I have been  to many, many children's events  in my iife hut this one was outstanding and that was made  obvious hy the happy children.  Thank you all from Bronwen  and me - you really got it right!  MARGARETJONES  Gibsons  Fond memories of field activities from long ago  A couple of weeks ago I wrote a piece about a  physical education class I taught at Elphinstone  one sunny Spring more than twenty years ago. One  or two people expressed some interest irrthe games  we plaved and I thought I might just add a couple  of sociological notes gleaned from observation of  that class.  1 was never any reasonable facsimile of the  gung ho, spit and polish, whistle blowing martinets  thai seem drawn to the business of exercising the  young. A martinet I could be on occasion if it  seemed unavoidable, bul for the most part I was an  unlikely teacher of physical education.  I lirst realised this in Dawson City. The first  winter I was there I was assigned, along with all of  Ihe English for the high school and all the history,  something thai went under the heading of Boys  Guidance. The less said about that the better; we  did the best we could in such nebulous circumstances.  The second year I actively sought lo teach  Boys' Physical Education instead. It was my turn.  There had been, meanwhile, a new arrival on  the leaching staff. An American called Ed Jones  who loved ihe north had arrived to live there and  he too wanted to teach physical education.  The principal was a charming lady of mature  musings  john burnside  years called Mary Ganside who had been trained  in art at the Sorbonne and who had somehow  ended up for twenty years the principal of the elementary high school in the old town on the banks  of the Klondike.  Ed and I stated our case early in September and  she heard us out with patience. She wanted only  what was best for the 16- or 17- year-old boys who  comprised the entire male student body in the secondary classes.  In a nutshell, I wanted to keep them running  around; Ed was all for teaching them appropriate  skills. Ed was enthusiastic, seemingly knowledgeable and definitely seemed more athletic than  myself. He prevailed and I was back improvising  my way through Guidance.  It didn't work out for him. In the first place,  there were only six or seven of the seventeen avail  able to him who had either the co-ordination or the  interest in learning the skills of basketball, for  example. Then, there was no team for them to play  against within three hundred miles. Finally, this  was a close-knit group of boys accustomed since  childhood to doing everything together. They did  not lake kindly to being divided into groups of  those who could and those who could not.  Mary called me down to her office one afternoon early in October. All of the boys, it seemed,  were silting on the edge of the stage and none of  them was going to do anything at all.  "See what you can do," she said.  I went in with a soccer ball ani we picked four  teams including myself and we all started running  around. So it went with various sports that school  year.  I don't want to over simplify. I am aware that  teaching anything on a daily basis is a complex and  demanding business; I also have some idea of the  pressures that are on teachers of physical education  to be responsible for extra-curricular team coaching. I just happened to be somewhere where the  latter was not a factor.  A few years later, when called upon to teach  boys physical education at Elphinstone, I was guided by the same simplistic philosophy: 'Keep them  active; burn off some of that turbulent physical  energy.'  The program worked beautifully, but there were  some apparent benefits 1 could not have foreseen.  The woods started close behind Elphinstone  Secondary in those days; the second sports field  was half dug up and left when the funds ran out. In  the chasing games one found it was often the bookish solitary fellows who were most adept at not  drawing allention to themselves and so they frequently evaded capture till lale in the game and  then succeeded in freeing all their captured comrades. It was the first time in their school experience that they got to be heroes in matters remotely  physical.  In the mayhem that was the Mat Game, carry a  mat across the other teams goal line on the soccer  field wilh no inhibiting rules, it was remarkable  how much of his time the class bully spent on his  back being belaboured by two or three of his recent  victims.  I at no time laboured under the illusion that my  Low Organization- High Activity physical education was the wave of the future, but it did give  those ruffians a work oul. It gave some a chance to  shine who had long been denied it. And il left us  all with some fond memories.  COAST^NEWS  Ibe S.mshine Coast News is hxaify owned  ��wd published on [he Sunshine Coasl. B.C  every Monday by GalsrJbrri Press I td Bo*  460. Gibsons BC. VON W0. (604] 886-  2622. Fa* (604) 886-7725. Sechet Office,  Bo* 56. Sechelt, B C. (604) 885 3930. 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John Rainer  Beverley Shipley  Jo-Anne Sheanh  Your communit) \  AWARD-WINNING  newspaper  -^jr-r^M^M Coast News, April (>, 1942  Reflections on games people play  ll must have been simply coincidence thai the hockey players of Ihe  National Hockey League went out on strike on April Fools Day. Anyway, as 1 write this (April 2), the sticks have been downed, the lockers  cleared and the boys are out. Caramba (to use an epithet OK in a family paper) this is just More the playoffs.  You will have heard, or are about lo hear, all the wily details of  what is in dispute, and I'm not going to touch upon them. Joe Clarke  and his men, trying to drum up some national interest in the wily  details lo do with the constitution of the country, will be green with  envy. This issue is likely to be hotly debated, if that's the word, in  pubs, quilting bees elc , from sea to sea More than that of course, continent wide.  They follow hockey, I am told, up in Inuvik; and they follow hockey in San Miguel, Mexico. There are devoted fans in Europe and in  Japan. What of them for God's sake?  A mystery story writer who went on strike before the lasl chapter  because of a dispute wilh her publisher would never sell again (well,  there's Dickens' Edwin Droiul, but that was a matter of death and let's  not quibble),  Bul die fans, far Hung and intense, and involved as they are, are  what's lo he considered. Think of New York, for example. The New  York fans traditionally play ihe game, whatever it is, almost more vigorously and certainly more noisily, than the players themselves. It is  Iheir pride obviously that they are the rudest, but liest-informed, fans  in the world and lhat includes Boston. Not necessarily Glasgow.  This year their team, the Rangers, had the best chance of winning  that they've had in at least 2(1 years. What would you think would Indie mood today (April 2) in New York? Exasperation and frustration  are terms that fall well short of the mark. Fury even might not do il  justice.  There is nothing new about lite owner/player game. It has been  going on as long as professional sports. We are inclined to think that  this is only since the last century, but Ihe old medieval kings had  champion jousters on their staffs and what would you call them?  A young brother of mine in Winnipeg had a short sharp entanglement in the owner/player game. He had just hung out his shingle wilh  a new firm of young lawyers, but he had had an interest in sports long  before. He became incensed about the way the principle press, the  Free Press and the Winnipeg Tribune, treated amateur sports. They  practically ignored amateur sports, and reported fulsomely professional sporls continent-wide.  Philip started a weekly paper called Metro Sports News which  repotted on amateur sports, and he got the sports edilor of Ihe Win-  In a nutshell  f MaTl-t-MB'TTrrT" -"a.,-.. ���,�����!  TI1EIANDING GENERAL STORE  for  BaEER & WINE SUPPLIES  IRGom Point Hoed CBhom landfall - 886-8818  RAVENS CRY THEATRE  CORRECTION NOTICE  The Raven's Cry Theatre ad in the April 2nd  WEEKENDER should have read  "PEOPLE UNDER THE STAIRS",  presently showing until April 9.  We regret any inconvenience this has caused.  s. nutter  nipeg Tribune, John Robertson, to mixmlighl lor him as editor and ii  was surprising, perhaps, how well this paper began lo do.  Well, Robertson one day sent him a new client This was a football  player who had been two years with the Blue Bombers, but who had  spent all that time pretty well sitting on the bend as a digit in the  Canadian content requirement. Saskatchewan would like lo have him  and would play him, bul Winnipeg wouldn't let him go  Phil talked to the CFL lo no effect He asked for a copy of the  man's contract and they said lhat all contracts were a private matter,  and they wouldn't give him one. He sued them for restraint of trade  and subpoenaed the contract. When he got it he sent il to a printer and  printed up a whole bunch of them. When he got them he let the CFL  know that if his man was not allowed to go to Saskatchewan he would  broadcast their 'private' contract far and wide  He was called lo the chambers ol the Chief Justice of Manitoba  The partners of the principle law firm. Piiblado, Hoskin, Grundy and  Drumiuond Hay filed in and stood behind him. The Chief Justice  swept in in his ruin's and fixed him wilh a cold eye  Your man is going to be allowed lo go to Saskatchewan, he said,  bul noi a word of this is to Ik- allowed out, understood? Yes Milord  said Phil and the whole scene dissolved  But of course, the footballer went and crowed lo Robertson and the  next day in a box on the front page of the sports section Ihe whole  story came out. Phil was called back into the Chief Justice's chambers.  This time the chill was definitely on the air. Piiblado. Hoskin,  Grundy and Dritmtnond-Hay stalked in and stcxxl behind Wilkinson  swept in and gave Phil a pretty good glare I guess. Nutter, he said, 1  thought I said lhat none of this was to be published. I'm sorry Milord  said Phil, but I didn't understand lhat I was not to tell my client.  When Piiblado, Hoskin, Grundy and Driinimond-Hay filed out the  most junior man paused at Phil and said 'Nutter, you're a renegade".  And SO il goes, the old owner/player game. Our sympathies, however,  must go to the fans.  letters  CANADIAN FOREST PRODUCTS LTD.  Proposed Five Year Development Plan Public Viewing  Notice is hereby given that Canadian Forest Products Ltd.  will hold a pubic viewing ot a Five Year Development Plan  (resource development plan) tor the Howe Sound operating  area which is to be harvested under Forest Licence A19223.  This area covers the Dakota/McNair, McNab, Potlatch and  Sechelt Creek drainages.  A Five Year Development Plan consists ol maps which indicate proposed cut blocks and information on other resource  values that may be affected by the harvest. The development plan is reviewed by relevant resource agencies as well  as the public before approval is considered by the Ministry  of Forests. If approved the plan forms the basis for Cutting  Permit Applications that provide the authority to commence  harvesting.  The plans will be available as follows:  April 7,1992 1p.m. to 9 p.m.  Marine Room (under the Gibsons  Public Library)  April 6 to 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.  April 10,1992 Howe Sound Forestry and  Engineering Office, Port Mellon  Company representatives will be present to discuss the plan  and receive comments.  To ensure consideration, written comments should be  mailed to the attention of H.F. Gazeley. Canadian Forest  Products Ltd., Mainland Contractor Operations, P.O. Box  110, Port Mellon, B.C. VON 2S0 prior toMay 10,1992  (phone 884-5264).  Condo hostility  appalling  At the recent public meeiing  lo discuss the proposed new  shipyard, I was appalled at the  level of hostility towards people  who live in condominiums. This  was surprising because condominium merely means sharing a  wall and can lie an efficient use  of residenlial housing proprrty  The only other options today  for residenlial construction are  houses (often.mega-houses) and  apartments. To see the people  who live in condominiums as  lesser individuals is short-sighted at iK'st.  To be considered second-  class citizens because of tintype of accommodation one  lives in is insular and non-productive lo solving Gibsons' current discussions about the future  use of the property known as  Hill's Machine Shop. The view  held hy lite people in favour of  rezoning who attended this  stacked meeting was that if this  property was not rezoned lo  Ml, the dreaded condominiums  would automatically be built  there.  Why does this have lo Ik- so?  There  are  options,  plenty  of other  MARY DYBHAYN  Gibsons  PUBLIC  NOTICE  TAKE NOTICE THAT pursuant to Bylaw No.645  cited as "Sewer Improvements Loan Authorization  Bylaw No.645, 1992" the Council of the Town ol  Gibsons intends to construct an upgrading ol the  Sewer Treatment Plant as shown and described in  plans piepared by H.A. Simons Limited.  AND THAT said plans may be viewed during  regular business hours at the Municipal Office.  AND THAT to finance the construction ot the said  works the Council proposes to borrow by way of  debentures a sum not exceeding six hundred and  ten thousand dollars ($610,000.00) repayable not  later than twenty-five years from the date of issue  of such debentures.  AND THAT unless within thirty days of the second  and la'st publication ol this Notice, not less than  one-twentieth in number of the electors petition the  Council for the submission of the said bylaw for  the assent of the electors, the Council may adopt  such bylaw.  AND THAT this is the second and last ol two  publications of this Notice.  DATED this 26th day of March,  B.C.  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Iliis lias been a  problem tot tlic regional district,  because no one on Ihe Coasl had  B&K  SOILS & aLANDS-TAM:  SUPPLY IIVC1.  632 Hough Rd & Hvw 101 Gibsons  OPENING SAT., APR 11  Everything for the Do-lt-Yourselfcr or...  We can do it for you ��� Satisfaction Guaranteed  Open 8:30 - 4:30 Mon.-Sat., Sun.  Featuring,  QUALITY  Topsoil  B.irkuitilch  and 2 year old  Steer Manuie  fll)  Allan Block  A Mortarless Concrete Block  Retaining Wall System  EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTERS  FOR THE SUNSHINE COAST  11 ic s|K'ciali/c-cl cc|iiipiiii'iil nt-cil  eel lo lake ftcon oul ot old appli  ances Now, however, one coin  panv in Sechelt can provide the  service  And non, if a tecoininenda  lion Irom the public utilities  committee is acceptetl In llie  tn.ar'i. old fridges won't be  accepted at the landfill until the  CFCs have been properly  removed anil the old hulks  marked with a sticker lo prove  it  Arctic Relrincralion on Field  Koad has told the regional dis  1 rtcl il now has the ability lo  remove the freon at a cost ol  V5 |ier nun. and could also pro  vide pick tip ol appliances - ill  addilional cost tor those unable  lo di'liver their old fridges  While committee members  say it's an environmentally  Friendly move whose lime has  come, there are, however, slill  sonic concerns over the recom  ineiidalion.  For one thing, there's now  only one company on the Coasl  providing the service.  And lor another, it's not a  company the District ol Sechell  has been especially thrilled wilh  Sechell     mayor     Nancy  MacLarty says municipal hall  lias lone been concerned al ihe  "junk" piled up on Arctic  Refrigeration's property "The  place is a mess now," she savs  "We've been allei him lo clean  up llie property and so lias die  owner Irom whom he rents   it  he's going to pick up fridges  and keep llit'iii until he lifts a  4S loot liailei load ol lliem.  where is he going lo put lliem'"  And the issue ol llie CFC  storage until recycling hasn't  been addressed, Mod-art) com  nieiils   "Someone who is so  careless with iheii property  Would you want lliem taking  cate ol a ha/anloiis substance?"  Meanwhile, owners ol old  fridges siiii in working ordei  will soon lie able lo colled cash  lor Iheii appliances, rather than  paying oui fot ihe recycling set  vice Under a BC Hydro 'Tow  etsmart" program, which will go  province wide by September,  the company will pay $50 and  provide bee pick up for fridges  which an- then dismantled ami  recycled.  That won't help residents  whose appliances have already  given up the ghost, though. Said  regional director Jeremy Friih at  the utilities meeting, "We've got  a lot ol refrigerators around here  lhat don'l operate. That's why  people gel rid of them."  For those who have other  kinds ol potentially toxic  garbage not accepted at llie  lamllill. the BC ha/ardous waste  management   branch is also in  ihe Initial stapes ol resurrecting  a plan lot a low waste pick up  in DC communities. Such a plan  would involve Items like  aerosols, acids, and insecticides,  hui noi paint, waste oil, or  piopane tanks Previously, a  plan lot a travelling "ha/  mobile" to perform the same  seivice fell through belore it  could pel stalled. Said director  Jeremy Frith, "Did du-y go to  sleep lor a year'.' Is that what  happened?"  SCRD debates change to  transition bouse definition  I  Following a controversial mine to open a drug  and alcohol recovery house in Purl Mellon several  months ago, ihe regional district's planning committee has begun a process lo change the definition  of a transition house lo a "licensed and accredited  facility."  The main point of the change, is that "il would  exclude a group of welfare recipients gelling  together and calling themselves a transition house  to circumvent our zoning," said Sieve Oltnstead of  die regional district's planning deportment. Currently, the zoning places limits on Ihe number of  unrelated people who can occupy a dwelling, unless  the house is being used lor specific purposes.  Previously, when a "men's transition house"  opened in Port Mellon, residents complained lhal  Ihe facility was mil properly licensed.  Several issues were raised during llie planning  committee discussion, including ihe role of temporary versus permoneni shelter, which services could  legitimately he provided by transition houses, and  who would he able lo make use ol them.  "What does Ihe question of them being on or oil  welfare have lo do with our /oning?" asked Qlbsons representative John McNevin. "I don't under  Stfllld the lineal lo llie community."  Director Jeremy Frith said, however, the problem was a too-broad definition of the tertti "transition house."  "The poini is ihey hove to be licensed or accredited," Frith said "lii the past you could call yoursell  a horse and lie a dog "  886-2700  Coastal Tires  Tire, Brake & Suspension Centre  Your Locally Owned TIRE LAND Store  Hwy. 101  One Mile West  ol Gihsons  Consultant to study  emergency dispatch  Now lhal Ihe central dispatch counter petition has been defeated,  llie SCRD will hire a consultant lo assess die existing system and  make suggestions lor alternatives, including a '111 hook up, along  with cost eslimales ol llie plans.  Al various posl inortems on llie counter petition defeat, most  regional directors lamented a lack of communication with the public.  But director Jim Ourney emphasized ihe siudy should used for an  honest re evaluation ol plans, ralher lliau lo justify central dispatch.  "I'm mil so sure Ihey didn't make a very wise decision here," said  Ourney, "Thirty live dollars per $100,000 scaled a lol of people."  Supposedly, over 300 calls lo 91 I are mistakenly made from the  Coasl each week, bin il's mil known lum many of those involve actual emergencies.  GIBSONS  PARK PLAZA  Spaces still  available for:  ��� Drycleaner ��� Florist  ��� Hair Salon  NOW OPEN  ��� Woolwortli ��� IGA Plus ��� Frontrunners  ��� Sears ��� Atlas Office Solutions Ltd.  ��� Sunshine Coast Insurance Agencies Ltd.  ��� Bernadette's Galleries ��� Gibsons Pet Food  & Supplies ��� REMAX "top 20" realty  ��� Budget Video & Laser Gwst News, April 6, 1442  news  Mazari promotes  community arts  funding programs  by Jane Seyd  There may not be any GO  BC funding to help with the  expansion lo the Sunshine Coast  Arts Centre, bul local Support of  the ariistic community is still a  vital first step to developing a  province-wide arts |>olicy.  That was the message delivered by Harlem- Ma/ari, provincial minister of tourism and culture, al a speech hosted by the  economic development commission al the arts centie Thursday.  While her speech was some  what short on specifics especially in regard to any funding  programs Ma/ari emphasized  the new government's commitment to developing a strong arts  policy.  "There never has been a  Ministry of Culture in this  province," she said. "There  hasn't been an arls policy that  really recognized the impor  lance of imagination and creativity to communities."  Hie arts are Important both in  terms of economic benefit and  in helping to define our identity,  said Ma/ari. In particular, she  pointed to the BC film industry  and to Ihe provincial Knowledge  Network as successful examples.  The same is true on a community scale, she said, where  artists play an important social  role as well as an economic one.  Ideally, she said, communities  should regard arls centres as  equally important to skating  rinks and swimming pools.  "You've got 200 artists here,"  she told the standing room audi  ence of many local politicians  and arts organi/ers "We must  nurture our human tesources "  During her speech, Ma/ari  also spent considerable time  denouncing the federal govern  tnent's approach to the arts and  expressing concern that important national organizations were  being undermined Dining the  free trade debate, "die arts and  culture became increasingly  important," said Ma/ari Now,  she said, national agencies like  the CBC and the Canada Council are in increasing danger of  being dismantled.  Mazari concluded her presen  ile Minister of Tourism and Culture Diane Mazari speaking  at the Arls Centre in Sechelt, April 2.        Joel Johnstone photo  lation by saying she would  "work towards" some form of  community oris funding to  replace Ihe GO BC funds now  on hold from the provincial gov  ernment. Despite uncertainty  this might cause for the arts centre expansion, she said, a strong  local arls community "doesn't  depend on bricks and mortar."  Dreams...  ^.ts  Double 'S' Cedar Homes  Prefabricated post & beam homes  standard or custom designed  send $4 for our catalogue  Double S' Prefab Homes (1979) Ltd.  14771 64 Ave. Surrey, B.C., V3S 1X6  604 594-1777  Residential - Vacation ��� Commercial  Legislature hearing more on  Coast issues: MLA Wilson  from page I  "At least we've got people  who are taking a serious and  intelligent look al how to deal  wilh the problem."  He's also pleased lo see more  money going into environmental  programs, although "it's one  thing to have preventative programs. It's another thing to be  able to enforce lliem."  Some of Wilson's own policies have a tendency to be more  abstract. He believes in classic  trickle-down theories of "strategies" which will result in "economic stimulation," although  just what those strategies are  and how they would work is  somewhat open to question, He  believes in long range economic  planning and Ihe development  of broader small-scale industry  in resource-based communities.  'He believes in  long range  economic planning'  He believes in the necessary  motherhood issues: freezing  MLAs' salaries, recycling, saving the environment,  He refuses to buy into what  he says is the Myth of Sustainable Development: "The truth  is, there are limits beyond which  you cannot go," says Wilson,  f DEPENDABLE   AUTO SERVICE -^~l ������������� ����������* ���"��������������  We sell ft back  RELIABLE  USED CARS  ih Coast B only BCAA APPROVED Shop  Special ain.-iaileraiioti Id BCAA members}  ^OHUfiMK  AUTOMOTIVE  "...we can't assume thai you can  continue to cut down trees at  ever-increasing rales and maintain that economy. Sooner or  later you run out of trees."  In terms of local projects, he  says he's met wilh Stephen  Owen and suggested the Coast  as a pilol area for o local  resource commission. "I'll tell  you one thing," says Wilson,  "the legislature has heard more  from Powell River and the Sunshine Coast in the lasl two  weeks than in the past two  years."  And while the cartoonists  have yet to get him right  ("Thank God"), the rumours  that he's without a sense of  humour are unjustified, says  Wilson: he had, for instance, a  tie with prominent pig heads  that he'd planned to wear for Ihe  government's budget speech,  but was persuaded to take it off  at the last moment. "Some  members of my caucus felt it  wasn't too dignified."  As for his personal life since  assuming the role of opposition  leader, "What personal life?" he  comments. "Bul 1 asked for it.  I'm not complaining."  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LOG  BUYING  STATION  ways tindersland  ni): Mend,  When she retired in 1<J7(1, a  year eatlier than mandatory, she  had completed 17 years of  leaching al l-.lplnsnione, latterly  as tea, li.'i/lilnaiian  I allows remembered  lean Mac-Donald Fallows  came to live here on the Coast  in W46 alter war service in the  Canadian Women's Army  Corps, the CWAC. She had  enlisted in the CWAC in 1<J42,  the year that corps became an  integral pari of Canada's  defence forces.  Alter officers' training she  attained, in due course, the rank  ol major She served as the  commanding officer of a  CWAC contingent of  700    persons    in  Suffield, Alherta,  ihe military war  time experimen  lal station. She  also served in  Ban ie. Out  Teaching at  Elphle  In I "54, Jean  Fallows joined  the   Elphinstone  high school staff to  teach junior high class  Jean Mac llfiialil I allows  Camp Rim  CEDAR-FIR-HEMLOCK  886-7033  es in English and  math, lo sponsor  and coach girls' haskethall, the  ping pong cluh and the school  cheerleaders. When she hecame  a lilnarian full time in l"V>, she  organized a very active library  club.  The l%H Cougar, the school  yearbook, was dedicated to Mrs.  Fallows, the one who Tilled Ihe  library wilh the most up-to-date  books and reference materials  and who was always ready to  lend a helping hand with any  research.  "By dedicating this issue of  Ihe Cougar lo her, we students  of Elphinslone are saying thank  yon, Mrs. Fallows, thank you so  very much"  Come on up and  Shop  Traffic bolllenecked in lower Gibsons Thursday as workers  installed Ihe gas pipeline across highway 1(11.      Charles Hail pholo  robeils creek  Thrifty's  HELP THE  Donations    686-2488 or Box 598  Teeth for Life...  :��� ���  April is  Dental Health  Month  THE DENTAL PROFESSION OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  AND THE CANADIAN DENTAL ASSOCIATION  by Beverley Shipley, 086-2215  According to Sunshine Coast  school district superintendent  Tim Anderson, the Ministry of  Education needs right now,  today, $700 million just to  cover current requests (very  legitimate ones) front all school  districts in the province for  expansions and Improvements.  That does not include future  requirements, And the ministry  docs not have the funds.  Elementary expansion  This is one of the reasons  that it has taken so  long lo receive our  $2 million to  improve and expand  Roberls Creek Elementary. It Is finally  happening. The district has purchased ****���*-���  an adjacent five acres for the  sum of $70,000 and it is in the  process of being cleared and  will be ready lo build on July I  if everything stays on schedule.  Expected completion date is  Christmas.  This expansion will comfortably hold the 290 students now  attending Roberts Creek but  "not a lot more." How much is  not a lot more? Anderson says  350 is the limit for an elementary school, otherwise the  school loses its closeness and  the principal won't know all the  'it's going to  be a  good year,  Creekers'  aFRIDAY GIVEAWAY  At The Pen Pub  Remote Control VCR  or  5 CD Carousel Player  Every Friday ��� 8:30 pm  Details At The Pub     No Purchase Necessary  students.  And yes, the playing field  will he larger - we hope. This  time around it is also going to  he maintained, i.e. watering anil  npgtading in the summer.  Arc the portables going  down the road perhaps to another local school'.' Initially yes,  bul some could be back for  "certain purposes."  Spring on the wins  It's here. It's officially spring  and it's incredibly beautiful in  Roberts Creek. The dale on the  ��������� calendar doesn't  matter to tne. The  first day was a con  pie of weeks ago  when I was alerted  outside hy the great  Canadian honkers  (Canada Geese)  winging their way, 'tinkering  with joy al lite same lime, north  to their summer nesting  grounds Shortly after them, two  pairs of large ducks, also wing  ing jusl above Ihe Irees quacking loudly, raged past at incredible speed, almost loo quick to  observe.  Garden delights  In the garden rhubarb, raspberries, chives, chard and other  over-wintering plants are doing  tremendously, at least a month  sooner than previous years. I  counted only Iwo light frosts  this past winter and it has had a  never-seen before effect on  plants. Many so-called annual  j flowers, such as strawflowers,  California poppies, petunias and  snap dragons, all survived and  are showing great sections of  new growth. It's a year to start  plants early from seed. Already  tomatoes, peppers and onions  are inches high in the green  house that is staying warm wilh  | little artificial light.  It's going to be a good year,  I Creekers. Get out there and  enjoy.  Hall cleanup  Don't forget this weekend -  it's cleanup time at the hall.  Bring your own tools, around  12 noon.  Remember We Have:  Daily Specials, Large Screen T.V.  Continuous Luncheon Shows  Entertainment 12 noon ��� 10:30 pm  \,    The Pen Pub  ->-J��\ at the Peninsula Motor Inn Brings You  MORE! MORE! MORE!  J2| |       Friendly Country Legit  RobertsCreek  Legion  Branch #219  Fri. & Sat. Night  Dinners Are Back!  LIVE ENTERTAINMENT  Highway 101, Gibsons  Bi-Monfhly  MEMiMS 4 GUEST WELCOME  _Meat Draw Sat Night  BINGO  Tursrliiu Nights  "oursojicii5,10��� Bmgnat 7.15  ���CRIB*  49m,   //ims,/,i��� ,v,.,;,i   ���  -Z. xuii,,,,..      ���*  (Llr. #75083)  ��H��-��8i:ior886-9i)84  ���MMIMIIIMaMMMi community  Coast News, April 6, 1992  sechelt scenario  The Fourth Annuul Pastimes Model contest ended March 28.  Raymond Dimes (left) won the 6-9 years category, Eric Johnstone (righl I Ihe III-1 J, and Dimus Martins (not shown) the adull  class. I ai h receives a $25 gilt store certificate.  Joel Johstone photo  daws bay  This is all done  for nominal  charge with all  proceeds going  to tbe Children's  Hospital'  by Jo-Anne Sheanh, U5-M29  Two of our most enterprising  entrepreneurs are nine and 10  years old! They  are Alison Klep-  sch and Wendy  Flag and are the  owner/operators  of llie Sweep and  Clean Club,  They will do  odd jobs such as  raking lawns,  weeding gardens,  sweeping patios,  washing your car ^���"*"""���"  and laking your dog for a walk.  This is all done for nominal  charge wilh all proceeds going  10 the Children's Hospital.  However, they do keep all tips.  To dale, they have donated $50  which represents many hours of  labour. If you are interested in  supporting these two and their  cause, please call Alison al 885-  7217 or Wendy at 885-4110.  Take a bow girls, well done!  Hake sale  The St. John's United  Church women are holding their  Easter bonnet lea and hake sale  in the lower hall on Sat., April  11 from 2 pm to 4 pm. Tea is  $2.50 and everyone is encouraged to wear your best bonnet  or choose one of our beautiful  handmade creations (free). Do  plan to come out and have a fun  afternoon.  Special get well wishes go  out to Rill Gibbons and Roger  Ciagnon. We hope everyday  finds you feeling belter.  Litter project  An interesting project is taking place in Ihe State of California in regards to their litter  problem. It is a community-  inspired program called Ailopt-  A-Highway and is aided at alleviating the tremendous amount  of garbage that is strewn along  their freeways. It was begun two  and a half years ago and  includes some 2,700 participating groups, all volunteers, and  covers about 5,500 miles of  highway, a third of the state's  highway system.  A large part of the partici-  paing groups includes service  organizations, churches, businesses, and appears to Ik- making a difference. Each volunteer  group adopts a two-mile stretch  of highway to clean both sides,  which requires several hours  work. The community wins  because the highways gel cleaned  and the program  costs the slate  nothing. Perhaps  it's time we  looked ai something like that?  We certainly saw  a difference in the  litter-free highway  this time.  Community Association  The guest speaker at the  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek Community Association meeting on  April 14 will be Randy Tame,  the Roberls Creek 'herb lady'.  She will give a discourse on  herbs and Iheir uses and will  have herbs available for sale.  Plan to attend.  Birthday supper  An item left out of lasl  week's column - a pot luck supper, organized hy Bill LeNeve  in honour of Hazel Liste's 80th  birthday, was held at the hall  March 15.  Hazel was honoured again at  a gala surprise dinner March 21  at Ihe Wharf Restaurant, hosted  by her daughters, Bernice and  Pauline.  There were many old friends  present and Hazel wns delighted  lo see and talk to them all.  Many more Hazel!  fey MaVfaYtt tMltt,  "A few people can make a  big difference " These are the  words of Sylvia Duff of the  Save The Children Fund The  organization will he holding a  craft sale in Trail Bay Mall on  April u and 10, all day. There  will lx- all manner of crafts for  sale but look out especially for  the sweaters. These people are  famous for their sweaters. With  Easter just around the corner,  this may he a fine opportunity  lo pick up something special for  a loved one.  If you are inlresled in joining  this worthwhile organization, or  if you would just like to work  on some projects for it, please  phone 883*4793. Maybe you'll  lie the one who'll make the difference  Hospital meetlnjt  The Sechell branch of Ihe  hospital auxiliary will Ik- holding ils regular monthly meeting  on Thins , April �� al 1:30 pm in  SI. Hilda's Hall. Why not make  a point of attending and maybe  bring a friend.  Blood donor clinic  Yes. it's that time again!  Time to give your life-saving  pint of blood. The Red Cross  Blood Donor Clinic will be asking for your pint of blood on  Monday, April 13 from 3 pin to  8 pm al Sechelt Legion auditorium Wharf Road. The last clinic in September, saw 240 people attending with 210 people  actually giving blood. Let's see  if we can raise that number this  lime, bring someone with you.  Anyone who is in good health  between the ages of 17 and up  to their 71st birthday, can  donate. For first-time donors  it's from age 17 lo 60. The most  common type of blood group is  O Rh positive, which averages  about 38 per cent of the population and the rarest type is AB  Rh negative, which averages  about one out of every I(X) people. Wouldn't you be curious lo  know what bloixl type you are?  Well, now you know how lo  find out. See you there.  Writers' For|te        *��  Wednesday, April 8 is the f  date of the nexl meeting of the  Siincoasl Writers' Forge Come  lo Rockwimd Centre at 7:30 pm  and you will lx- made most welcome  Sechell elementary  School grounds update: A  big thank you to Bob and David  Dohoo for completing the fencing beside the primary annex  The school district has now  removed the old storage tanks  ami plan lo hardtop all the dam  aged areas during summer  recess. Staff changes: Welcome  back lo Ms Lindsay! Welcome  also lo Maria Fraser Si Pierre  and Linda Russell who join the  Programme Cadre de Prancais  team Nix'lline Hellemare is on  maternity leave. Mrs Pat  Brooke misses Sechelt eleiuen  tary bul hxiks forward to substi  luting there  Happy Holidays Motorhome  Rentals, Sales & Service Ltd.  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Blood Donor Clinic,
Sechelt, Monday, April 13,1992
Royal Canadian Legion, Branch #140
3:00 - 8:00 pm
Basic eligibility requirements
for donors:
• Be between the ages of 17 & 60 (regular
donors may donate until their 71st
birthday).
• Beat least 100 pounds.
• Be in good health and not on any
medication (there are some exceptions).
• Must have eaten a substantial meal within
1 -4 hours prior to donating.
• Must bring I.D. to the clinic.
Must meet all other screening criteria.
How many units oi blood does a person have?
An .hIhIi person, depending on iheii body weight, lum
between III and 12 units. As yout weight increases so
does 11 ii minim' ol blood im hum', lite same applies to
decreases in body weight in relation in the aiitounl ul
blood.
2 What is the most common
blood group?
Hn- mosi common lilnnd group is o
Kb Positive, which averages aboul 38%
of the population,
3 The rarest is AB Rh Negative
which averages aboul one oul of ever)1
 I       100 people,
4 How long does blood last?
Kid cells make up about 4591 of yom
liliinil ami ini' good Im !t.ri days ("i
weeks).
5 How often can I give?
Ever) 7li days.
6 How long does it take lo give a unit of blood?
Iolal lime loiiiiniiuiiiii is approximately one bom -
actual time of giving blood is approximalel) liiininutes.
followed bv a test period ami ilnu lime in httvc refreshments, All stages .ni' iiiipoiiani Im yom welfare.
7 How long does it take my body lo replace
my unit?
It lakes 21 in IN hours in replace ihe plasma portion
which is about 809f waler anil three in live weeks to
replace ihe red cells,
8   What are the different types of blood?
I here ate linn main groups: (). A. H and
All.
10 How much blood do you take?
A donation ol blood is 9 Wilis ol a pint, 450 niillilitrea
approximately li-M'i ul a person's blood supply.
11 Should you eat before giving blood?
Yes. wi' require ih.u you have eaten a substantial meal
within nne in f..in Infills prioi in mm donation. We
would like inn In have a gtxxl lilnnd sugai level before
miii ilnu.lie.
12 Why do you have to rest for 10 minutes after
you give a donation?
Sow slintilil lesl In allow Mini hod) In adjust In llie Inss
nl lilnnil iii yout system ami tn make sine the bleeding
has stopped al llie M'licpuiii Hue sile.
13 Do you get paid for giving blood?
Ihe sole source nt Ifliiiiil in Canada is through
"Ynhiiileei Donors". No nne is paid Im donating blood
ami on Canadian is charged Im receiving blood,
14 Does alcohol affect the blood?
Although itlcohol lines mil tiffed llie blond, llie nuiese
miisi be able in ascertain thai the dotiot is able lo
understand ami provide an informed conseni foi ihe
ilnnatinii process,
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Robin Hethey • 75 times (right)
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it has been donated?
Our lesis are designed lo be as sensitive as
possible to protect the recipient. We test for:
Hepatitis 11, Hepatitis C, HIV (AIDS),
IITI.VI (a leukemia related vims) and
syphilis. We also lesl the hi I group and
screen for Irregular nil cell antibodies.
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-Gibsons	 Coasl News, April h, 1992  11  community  I'l'titler llurhniir's May Dai  inu'i'ii-flccl. Stacy Siahrmik  liniddle centre rim), surrounded by Ihis year's attendant prim-esses, is a sure sign  sprin-a is here ami Ihe Coast is  iiarining up for celebrations.  Rnltl IVtl;isv.-huk photo  harbour watch  by Jacalyn Vincent, 883-2840  The Knynl Canadian Legion Rrancli 112  invites nil members and guests lo join in the  Viniy commemorative ceremonies at the  cenotaph al the legion in Madeira Park This  is the 7Jth anniversary of the Battle of Vimy  Kidge and the first place where all Canadian  soldiers fighting in France came together to  perform as a single unit and is now known by  history to represent a great triumph for Canadian forces in the First World War. ll is recognized as the turning point lor Canada in  gaining recognition as a truly independent  nation. Assembly lime will he at 10:30 ant on  Thursday, April 9.  Karaoke  The legion is welcoming back Karaoke by  popular demand. This 'Sounds Great' music  may lie enjoyed on Saturday, April IX Iront u  egmont news  pm to I am Members and guests are all welcome.  Many people forget bow the legion  throughout RC lias sup|Kirted many different  organizations and distributes many monies lo  them. For example $��d.*i,(XK) from the poppy  fund io service personnel and dependents,  $200,000 in bursaries in 1990 and since 1956  the legion has sponsored senior citizens housing construction cost of over $68,000. Thanks  to everyone's support hundreds of thousands  of dollars have been given to young athletes,  veterans assistance nnd much, much more.  A reminder that the legion kitchen is open  daily, Monday to Saturday from 11:30 am to  2:30 pm and 5:30 pm to 8:30 pin.  New petition  A new petition has Ix-cn circulating around  various businesses in the Pender Harbour  area The petition is for lale night sailings to  lie added the present BC Perries schedule A  terry leaving Langdale at 10:20 pm and a  terry leaving Horseshoe Bay at 11:15 pin, to  be included in a seven day week The petition  will he available to sign until April 15.  Reminder  Not to be missed is llie Pender Harbour  Power and Sail Squadron Invite on April S at  7:30 pm in Ihe legion hall. Special guesi Liv  Kennedy, the well known author, will host a  narrative and slide show  As the tide changes  Fishing licences can now he renewed for  the 1992 year.  Caption buffs - whenever one acquires  knowledge hut dues not practice it, it is like  one who ploughs a field but does not sow it  Until next week - be good to yourself.  by Lynn Meet, 883-1188  Yes folks! It's true. The annual Easter pig roast is once again a  happening thing. Right on Walley! I have enjoyed the other Iwo  immensely. A lot of good energy goes into making it happen, I'm  sure. If you'd like lo help out il would be appreciated, Donations  towards the pig are being accepted. The roast will be held on Saturday, April 18.  It sure is going to lx- an action-packed Easter weekend. To start  things off there will be a ladies' tea at the hall, starting at 1 pm on  Thursday, April 16.  Skinny Jimmy to play  Skinny Jimmy is coming to play the inoiil once again, but this  time he'll be performing in the Egmonl Hall. The do is put on by the  Lions Club. It's to start at 8:30 in the evening, to go on until 1 am, on  Fri, April 17. Tickets are $5 and you have to gel them belore the  show. Conlact Bealty at 883-9463 fur ticket sales.  Also folks, there are no kids allowed at the dance. Belore Skinny  conies on, we'll get to stuff our laces at one of the Egmont Community Club's famous smorgasbord dinners. Thai's lo start at 6 pm,  $7.50 for non-members, $3.50 for members, $2.50 for kids between  ages 6 to 12, under 6, eat for tree.  public meetings  Environmental pot luck:  All people working to preserve  old growth and to promote  friendlier silviculture techniques  are invited to a pot luck dinner  al the Sunshine Coast Arts Centre Sunday, April 12 at 6 pm.  Rring your own plate, cutlery  and cup. An informal exchange  of views and celebration of  what we're all doing for the forest. Sponsored by the Friends of  Caren and Concerned Coast  Residents. Call 885-7143.  Amnesty Meeting:  Sunshine Coast Amnesty International will hold ils regular  monthly meeting Wed., April  15 at 7:30 pm at Sechelt Elementary. We will be writing letters on behalf of our prisoner of  conscience, Chinese art student  Zang Weiplng. For info call  885-7143.  Three wotds about  Great Coffee   FRESH,  FRESH,  FRESH!  Three words about  Fresh Coffee   AUDREY'S  COFFEE  SERVICE  Call Doug at  886-7686  OFFICE ��. RESTAURANT COFFEE  Supplies i. Equipment  TOWN OF GIBSONS  NOTICE OF ELECTION  Public Notice is hereby given to the electors ol the Town of Gibsons that I  require the presence of the said electors at the Municipal Office, 474 South  Fletcher Road, Gibsons, B.C., on Thursday, April 16th, 1992, at the hour of  ten o'clock in the forenoon, for the purpose of electing a person to represent  them as follows:  One (1) Alderman for the term ending December, 1993.  The mode of nomination ol Candidates shall be as follows:  Candidates shall be nominated in writing by two duly qualified electors of the  Municipality. The Nomination Paper shall be delivered lo the Returning  Officer at any time between the date of the Notice and noon of Thursday,  April 16th, 1992. The Nomination Paper may be in the form prescribed in Ihe  Municipal Act, and shall state the name, residence and occupation of the  person nominated in such manner as to sufficiently identify such Candidate.  The Nomination Paper shall be subscribed to by the Candidate.  In the event of a poll being necessary, such Polls will be open as follows:  ADVANCE POLL  Municipal Hall, 474 South Fletcher Road, Gibsons, B.C. from 8:00 o'clock in  the forenoon to 4:30 o'clock in the afternoon on Friday, April 24,1992.  ELECTION DAY  The Marine Room, below the Public Library at 464 South Fletcher Road,  Gibsons, B.C. on Saturday, May 2nd, 1992, between the hours of 8:00 am  and 8:00 pm.  Dated at Gibsons, B.C., April 6th, 1992.  Anne G. Pressley  Returning Officer  Foundation  Damp-proofing/Water proofing |  Spray application provides a  Uniform coating Idling voids rollers miss.  No ina'ss   N.a loss  Call Scott Avery or Roger Kwitkoski at:  886-9577  IFBnpflgBn���  id  Y'Vta-l  IPPEIV  KIDS  ESPP.IT For Girls  introductory  Shoe & Clothing Sale  20% OFF  Monday April 6 - Saturday April 11  Trail Bay Mall. Sechelt 885-5255  Xenmar  'Draperies  &  NEEDLf.CRAFT SUPPLIES  383*2274  BUILDING  SUPPLIES  III II DIM,  CIN1R1  KH19SSI  HARBOUR  BOAT TOPS  883-2929  Tops, Turps & Covers  llplwlsteri/ b Repairs  NEED  THIS  SPACE?  CALL DENISE AT  885-3930  ,.,:   MARIMA  PHARMACY  883-2888  'hint Oienry's  MARINA  TOTAL SHOPPING  7 DAYS A WEEK  All Chevion Products   BB3-2253  TAFFY'S  lamily ClotliiiiR Store  & Lotto Centre  IOX.OPF FOR ALL SENIORS  Miulcir-i Park Centre  MADEIRA  MARINA  883-8266  RECREATION  Pender Harbour  Golf Course  Visitors Welcome  1/2 M. North ol Garden Bay Rd.,  Hwy 101 883-9541  Pender  Harbour  Legion  Branch 112  Members & Quests  Always Welcome  Telephone 883-8632  IY���J,.f lla.lw. in      881-2610  LIVB BAIT- TACKLE SHOP  CONVENIENCE STORE  Pender Harbour's ONLY  Full Line Sporting Goods Store  Francis Penensula Place  Comer of Sunshine Coast Hwy. &  Francis Peninsula Rd. 883-2763  CONTRACTING  MOBILE HOMES  NEW AND USED  INSTANT HOUSING  883*9338 OR 580*4321  CALL COLLECT  NEED  THIS  SPACE?  CALL DENISE AT  885-3930  Madeira Park Fun House  l''un fur I hi- whole CltPlill.  7 DAYS A WEEK  883-9880  HAIRDRESSERS  ROOFING  Kleindfote  rr  Tar fi Gravel, Shakes, Shingles,  Metal Roofs, Torch On, Duroida  883-9303  w matrix  Miss Siiiiiiv's  IIAIK IIOI Tiyi F.  883-271*5  SERVICES  Peninsula Power  & Cable Ltd.  High and low voltage power lines  Ouldooi Sub-Stations  883-2218  Ceit. 7111  Hugh W.Joiws  LAWYER  883-95a5  Ray Hansen Tnjcking||  & Contracting  Gravel, Clearing  Septic Systems  883-9S2S  DINING  NEED  THIS  SPACE?  CALL DENISE AT  885-3930  ...... .  .Ul..........I. I...-.I.  ��� Watntfttnl Hpstaurant ��� Montage  air 1111.11...    I'latilnu Clfatiata - Riaa.arttala  Pub Restaurant  883-2674 883-9919  Pender Harbour  Realty  883-9525  l-AXi 883-9524 IJ  Coasl News, \|)iil(., 1992  The Wellness Centre  Physiotherapy Services  New Location in Gibsons:  818 Kiwanis Way nnt.v.���i,i<v,,n  Aa of Monday, April 6  Hours: 8am to 8pm  Appointments: 886-2650  Opening Celebration  S.xturd.vy. April 1 1  Tour, Hi*a\lth Villous & Pi-ftvshnu-nts  OPEN HOUSE WEEK  APRIL 13 to 17 iioin 8am to 8pm  ///����� Whole Community is Welcome  community  hallmoon bay happenings  SEEYOU AIM LETRADESj IPW  BAH AND BLOWN  l-NVIKt )NMENTALLY IK1I.NI )LY  CELLULOSE  WNATRII  ^ MAZfflLAN <m  w886��e74"lw  bv RuUi Forrest*, M5 -2418  riii-n* wen don to 60 people ni ihe Welcome Beach Canununity  Hall lii-.t Saturday, all of whom enjoyed a very happy evening ol  ganu-s ol sliullU-lKiaril, hurst- tiicing. raffles, giHxl food and a gixxl  nlil Mile, a Inn):  A (real chill iHnnet was served, thanks to Ihe rixhI cooking of  some ul tlu- lailios nf ihe association A special thanks to Joan Slater  who played piano lor the sing-i-long, and congratulations to raffle  winiuis len Harrison anil Hob Lanionl  The next sixial event al the hall will lx- on Sal, April 25 when  there will lx- a spiing iliimer ilance Call Grace al 885-9269 or Marion  XK5 5:70 lor into.  Giant flea market  It is mil lixi early to remind yon of llie annual Giant Flea Market at  the hall on May I This will give yon nine lo remember, when baking  lo make a second batch ami save il Im the bake sale and in the gar  ilen. lo save portions of your excess plains and cuttings, put lliem in  |Hils loi llie plain sale And, of ionise, il you are cleaning oul your  cupboards, gaiage or basement, bring saleable Muff to the big sale.  lable rentals are $6 5(1, so book yoins now by calling Al al 8X5  .tins ot Praia al xx5 4590,  Important licarin)*  Residents should make an attempt to nttend a very Important hear  ing which will lake place al Coopers Green Mall on Tues , April 14 lo  make yout feelings known  This is regarding a requesl by a developer to have a toning bylaw  changed 10 allow a large area to subdivide into ipiarler acre lots. Formerly ihe /oiling was lor lots ol just over four acres Those who are  interested in what happens in the halfmoon Hay area would do well to  be there,  Auxiliary i lianni-  The Hallmoon Ray branch of St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary have  changed the date for their tegular monthly meeting this month! The  April meeiing will be on Mon., April d al 10 am al Welcome Beach  Hall The reason being that the Blootl Donor Clinic at Sechelt Legion  is on April 13 from 3 pm until X pm.  Appreciation lunch  There is a small group of ladies who do an extremely important  volunteer project here on the Sunshine Coasl They are the people  who make daily phone calls to senior citizens. In honour of these vol-  imleets whose co ordinalor is Maria IWorken, Irene cooked up a  really nice lunch. "This is a wonderful seivice. Some people are so  glad Ic hear human voices when they live alone and are elderly," said  Irene.  Notice Board  Deadline foi submissions is Wednesday ihhhi (lor Monday ili-.ini.imuN)  (in-going submissions --ill ������������ deleted after 3 weeks unless a specific renew.il request is made.  We reserve ihe tijiin tocdii submissions for brevity  All submissions should refer to non-profit events of genuine community interest  laUM**  MONDAY, APRIL 6  Learning Disabilities Association Sunshine  Coasl Bianch. 7:00 pm. West Sechelt  Elementary school Library, all parents ol  learning disabled children welcome, lor more  rnloimalron call Deborah al 885-2391.  TUESDAY. APRIL 7  2-6pm Art Rental Program at the ads centie.  Come and view the many works ol local artists  available lor lent, this is a good way to decorate  your home oi ollice.  WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8  8:00 pm Winter Film Series, Jungle Fever US  dim directed by Spike Lee. Admission $4 al Ihe  Ails Centre.  The Canadian Council ol the Blind's  Sunshine  Coast  White  Cane Club is  celebraling lis first birthday and we aie inviling  all severely visually impaned persons lo join us.  Guides and fiiends are also welcome lo meet  with us Inr lunch at 1:00pm. in St. Hildas Church  Hall. Sechelt. Kindly phone ahead to Marj at  885-2738.  Sargeant Bay ASociety Annual General  Meeting and Slide Show. Sargeant Bay Wetland  Rehabilitation Project. 7:30pm. in Halfmoon Bay  Elementary School, Please bring your own cup  Elphinstone Electors Association General  Meeiing 7:30pm. Cedar Grove Elementary  School, all Area E residents welcome & urged to  attend..  West Howe Sound Electors Assoc. General  Meeting Langdale Elementary School 7:00om,  FRIDAY. APRIL 10.  S. C. Music Festival Honors & Highlights  Conceil. Chat. Sec. School Gym 7:00pm.  Everyone Welcome! For inloi 885-5444 or 886-  2324  SATURDAY, APRIL ft  Cameo Singles Club Dinner and Dancing at  Roberls Cieek Legion - 7pm. lor moie  inloimalion phone 886-7825 oi 885-5633  8:00pm Theatre at the Arts Centre presents  HAMLET, a one man show. Tickets $12  available al Talewind Books. Sechelt, Roberts  Cieek General Store and Sayward Books.  Alpha Omega Foundation Annual General  Meeiing at Mountain Song. 3023. Grauman  Road. Roberts Creek. 2:00pm ��� woik bee in  gaiden (bring tools) 5:30pm Pot luck meal 7:00  Meeting & celebration. 885-6180  MONDAY, APRIL 13  Canadian Red Cross bi-annual Blood Donor  Clinic Irom 3-8 at Canadian Legion Branch 140  Hall on Wharf Street, donors are needed. It you  are in good heallh, aged 17-60 years, some ID  is all lhal is required. Please come and bring a  friend.  Blood Donor Clinic Sechell - Royal Canadian  Legion, Branch #140 3:00-8:00pm.  S.C. Peace Group Meeting . Roberts Creek  School Library, 7:30 pm, Jean McLaren tells ol  her Peace walk from Jerusalem lo Amman  Jordon. Raging Grannies entertain.  Refreshments - all welcome.  TUESDAY, APRIL 14  Sechelt Minor Softball Meeting at Sechelt  Elementary 7:30 for parents, coaches &  interested people.  MONDAY, APRIL 27  Canadian Cancer Society Sunshine Coast  Unit, regular monthjly meeting, Regional Board  Olfice, Royal To/race, Sechell. Pubic welcomed.  MISCELLANEOUS    '  Volunteer canvassers are urgently needed in  the Roberts Creek area lor the Canadian  Cancer Society dining Ihe month of april. if you  are interested, have a few hours lo spare over  the next lour weeks, then please katharine  trueman 885-2282. thank you.  75 Year Renunlon former sludents and staff  Boston Bar/North Bend School May 22,-24.  1992 in Boslon Bar, BC. Conlact the school at  867-9222. For information.  Emily Carr College of Art Painting instruction  in mixed media wilh well known artist Ken  Wallace. March 28 & 29. 9:30-4:30pm, call 885-  2522.  Wildlife Rehabilitation Center information  display at Trail Bay Mall. March 26.27 & 28th.  Rebirth ot Homestead building. Reg Dixon will  be singing. Raffle Tickets available.  Chatelech Secondary School Seeking  donated books. Please drop off at Shadow Box  Gallery.  Hospital Auxiliary Sechelt Branch regular  monthly meeiing Apiil 9th al 1:30 al St. Hildas.  Please hjoin us and bring a friend.  Save the Children Fund Sunshine Coast  Branch Annual Ciafls Sale April 9 & 10th all day  Trail Bay Mall.  To put your craft fair or cultural event on the  Community Calendar at the Arts Centre.  phone 885-5412. Fridays.  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum's will be open  six days a week until lurther notice. Located at  716 Winn Road across from Post Olfice,  wheelchair accessible. Info 866-8232  Totem Lodge - Everyday is visiting day at  Totem Lodge. Visit the pioneers of your community.  The Parent Tot Drop In program at Ihe following locations: Gibsons: Mon. Wed. Fri in United  Church Hall Sechell: Mon. al SI Hilda's Church  Hall. Davis Bay: Tuesdays in Wilson Creek Com  Hall. Thmsdays at St. Andiews Anglican Chinch  Pendei Haiboui 9:30 - 11:00 am Usual Time:  9 30 lo 11:30 at most locations Fee: $3.00 per  paienl and child. Family late $5.00  Folk Dancing at Robeits Cieek School.  Community Use Room. Every Tues 7:00 - 900  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 interesled maybe start a support group,  call 885-6126  The Inter-Active Video Business Disc  Program is now available at the Sunshine  Coast Business Development Centre, #205-  5710 Teredo Square, Inio 885-1959. The user  fee is only $10.00 for Ihree 3 hour sessions.  MONDAYS  St. Hilda's & St. Andrew's Youth Group every  Monday night. All young people welcome. Call  885-6036, lor more info.  Gibsons Pensioners Branch #38 Scottish  Country Dancing at Harmony Hall at 8:00 pm.  Information 886-3043.  Sunshine Coast Breast Feeding Support  Group. Informal drop-in meetings on the first  Monday of each month. Luinda. 886-4502 or  Wendy, 885-2950.  Seniors' Branch 69, Carpet Bowling, Mondays  1:30 pm. Exercise with Joan Frembd Mons. &  Thursdays-11-12.  Overeaters Anonymous 7:30 pm. Holy Family  Church Hall., Sechell. Phone 885-2108 or 886-  4781 lor details.  Adult Children of Alcoholics or  Dysfunctional Families meet at St. Mary's  Church Hall in Gibsons, 7:30 ��� 9.  Sunshine Coast Breakaway Parents Meeting  for parents concerned about their children's  drug & alcohol use. 807 Kiwanis Way, Gibsons.  7:30 pm. For into call 886-2423.  TUESDAYS  Lite Drawing 10:00-12:30pm. Draw from the  figure in the company of other artists. Bring your  own materials and $3 to cover costs. The Art  Centre.  First Tuesday ot every month, local art rental &  sales at Sunshine Coast Art Centre. Open 2-  6pm. Coflee served. Original works by Sunshine  Coasl artists for sale or rent; any donations of  unused frames gratefully accepted. 885-5412.  Gibsons Table Tennla Club plays every  Tuesday, 7 - 10 p.m. Elphinstone Secondary  School Cafeteria. For more information, call Jim  at 886-2775.  WEDNESDAYS  Badminton every Wednesday evening, 8-10  p.m. at Elphinstone High School Gym.  Admission: $3.00. Drop in.  Sunshine Coast Toastmasters meeting every  Wednesday at 7:30 pm at Chatelech High  School, Room 112. Info 885-3206. Guests welcome  Find Milton's "Paradise Lost" with Jan de  Bruyn at Eldercollege. $15 for 6 Wed. alternoon,  beginning April 1, Pre-registration a musl. Call  Julie at Capilano College, 885-9310. Also walch  for Ikebana in May.  Gibsons Pensioners Organization Branch  #38 Carpet Bowling at Harmony Hall every Wed  at 1:00 pm. Inio 886-2073.  THURSDAYS  Birth Control Clinic at Coast Garibaldi Health  Unit, 494 S Fletcher. Gibsons Thursday from 7  lo 9 pm. Everyone welcome, no appointment  necessary. 885-7770.  3C's Weight Loss Support Group meets every  Thuisday alternoon t2:45-2:30pm, at Ihe United  Church, Glassfoid Rd., Gibsons. Inio: 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 Sechell, 7:30 - 9.  FRIDAYS  United Church Thrill Shop in basemenl of  church off Tinman Rd., open Fridays, 1 to 3 pm.  Square Dancing - plus level 8:00 pm. Seniors'  Hall, Sechell. Beginners classes start Sept.  Register now. Info 885-9680 or 885-9500  Gibsons Old Age Pensioners Org Branch #38  Tia Chi for seniors at Harmony Hall every Friday  at 1:30 pm. Into 886-9619  SUNDAYS  The Sunshine Coast Stamp Club meet 7:30  pm 1st and 3rd Sunday at Sechelt Library.  Phone 885-3381 or 885-7088. Open for all  ages.  $.?mxm'/''. :'~>W '���'���'"- -^^^':::>':::^Vfv^::Wra^tf^����^^  What went up stayed up r.ir Michael Graham, H, with ii little help  from fellow kile-fiviT Aaron Kraft, �����. at Hacked Park during the  unseasonably warm days Ihis month, loel Johnstone photo  golden lifelines  by Joyca Qitry  I have a bad case of spring  lever so today I'm just silling in  my kitchen letting the cat in and  out the iloor, which seems like  every half hour or so. The cat's  name is Tai-pan (meaning head  of the house - he is too) and he's  a very dark seal-point Siamese.  He's a 'gentleman cat', that's  what my mother called a  neutered male cat.  Cat and vet  He has a problem believing  this and plots a course of activities in spring that would exhaust  a male cat that has not been  neutered. We have had him  seven years and his strenuous  activities in spring always has  resulted in the yearly visit to the  vet.  He usually gels so many  scratches and ptincliiri wounds  that his body can't fight off the  inevitable infections and he  needs antibiotics.  The vet has the records and  the cat has been for treatment  six years running. One ear looks  like it's been trimmed with  pinking shears. The other ear is  a cauliflower one. One of his  lower feline teeth has been broken and he has had so many  scratches above his eyes lhal he  has a reverse raccoon look. He  cats and catches cat things outside and brings his catch to the  back door for show and tell.  Cat talk  By now someone is wondering what I'm doing writing  about a cat. I've been kind of  superior (in my mind) and have  said that I wouldn't be a silly  aging woman talking about my  |H'I (dog!) So look at me - I'm a  silly aging woman talking about  my cat. I gel upset if he isn't in  by dark and my husband says,  "lie's a cat - what can you  expect?" He does stay inside at  night and paces the floor. We  close him off from our bedroom, because he will awaken  one of us to come and keep him  company while he eats.  He has his evening ritual  which results in him trying lo lie  fair about how much time he  spends with us. (1 don't really  believe that),  CHRISTIAN LIFE ASSEMBLY  (Formerly ClbSOnS IVntt*' ostal ( hurt h)  St h<ml Road, opposite K.C M r  Sunday School  Morning Worship  Sunday Evening Service  Phone: Church Office ���  Pastor Ray Austin  9:45 am  11:01),im  7:00 pin  HIHV7107  886-4844  Youth Pastor |. Morris   886-1499  All Are Welcome  Affiliated with the Penfet ostat  Assemblies oft anada  THE UNITED CHURCH OF  CANADA  Sunday Worship Si-rvit p  Glbtont  Glassford Road ll:ISam  Sunday School 11:15 am  St. Inhn's  Davis 8ny Rond and  siiiipkiiis I'lli,ul 9:10,111)  Sunday School -I: IO am  Reverend Rerl Ramsey  Churdi Telephone 086-2333  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  SOCIETY  in Greenecourt Hall  Medusa St., Sechelt  Sunday Services 11:00 ;  A Warm Invitation To All  For information please call  885*2508 or 885-3688  ROMAN CATHOLIC  CHURCH  5:00 pm  fl'-t*; am  9:45 am  11 40 .im  Mass Schfdtlle  Saturday  St Mary's, Gibsons  Sunday  dm Lady of Lourdes  Holy Family, Set hell  St Mary's! Gibwns  ( onff-uiom  Secheh  I-.I ft liHS.il 'I 00 -4 10 |im  GllllOIH  2nd ft 4th Sai <| m- 5:00 pm  Telephone nns-952f��  ST BARTHOLOMEW'S  ANGLICAN CHURCH  Hwy 101 at North Rd. 886-7410  Svn-ing (Unions & Roberts Creek  Worship & Bible Study  Wednesday 10:30 am  Parish Family Eucharist  Sunday 10:30am  FlieRev. Esthet North, Rectoi  b-  ANGLICAN  CHURCH  OF CANADA  St. Hilda's, Set hell  0:00 am - 9:30 am  St. Andrew's, Pender Harbour  11:1(1 am  We Fa lew/ ,i Warm Welcome lo All  BlTi-Sllll  Rev. |une M.iffin ��� Rev. Dan Gilford  GIBSONS COMMUNITY  FELLOWSHIP  Welcomes You ro loin Us in  Sunday Worship  Children's Progress Iftnoani  Prayer li):ii(lani  MiffiiiiiR Worship Servile     111:45 am  599 Gower Point Road  88��V7049  I'.iMtrr Monty MacLean  mM ( oasl News, Apnl (a. 1992  For a limited lime, you can save cash register tapes for yourself. Any tapes dated  between March I, 1992 and Dec 1, 1992 can be exchanged at our service counter for  a gill certificate, redeemable at any one of the following Trail Hay Mall stores:  Robbie's Shoes. Raltten Zales. Hooks and Stuff, Goddard's, Nova Jewellery,  Headquarters, Upstairs & Downstairs Shoppe. Sew Kasy or Sole I'eetures.  You will receive one $1(1 gift certificate for each $500 in tapes. Your certificates can  be redeemed I'm goods or services, any time prior to Dec 24, 1992. Spend them as  you get them or save them up!  Nutritional  Tours  If you haven't been on one of our  nutritional tours yet, and you would  like to attend, please contact our  service counter at 885*2025  Groceries  Thrifty  Paper Towels  2 roll pkg you save .61  Chiffon ��� 2 ply  .Bathroom Tissue  4 roll pkg you save 1.01  Nabob - green okg  Ground Coffee a* 33  300 g you save .80 ���  Steinleld's - ass't  Dill Pickles 488  1 L you save .97 I  Delta - long grain  White Rice tty^ 3  1.81kg you save 1.57 aaaam  Hollywood  Safflower Oil ��a 33  946 ml you save 2.51 I  Austral  Fruit Salad  398 ml you save 1.15  Tropic Isle  Pineapple  398 ml you save .61  Tropic Isle - Slices or  Peach Halves  398 ml you save .85  Macaroni and Cheese  Kraft Dinner  225 g you save .30  M��uwell House  Instant Coffee  200 g you save 2.11  Green Giant - cream or  Kerne! Corn 7A  341 ml you save .41 ��� m. %a9  Paramount - flaked  Light Tuna  184 g you save .71  Soft Drinks  Schweppes, 7-up or Pepsi  1 L you save .30  Canada Dry Ginger Ale or  Sprite or Coke -498  6x355nil you save 1.98 I  Catelli   all pastas. Including  Spaghetti .|18  900 g you save 1.01 ���  Prego  .Spaghetti Sauce .| 33  750 ml you save 1.27 I  Five Roses - all purpose  White Flour 488  10 kg you save 3.67 *****P  Tetley  Tea Bags 448  144s you save 2.01 **,,w  Freybe - sliced    ,100g       ���*  Csn^MADa 4.33  .lOQg 1**^  These are just a few of the more than  350 specials you 'll find in store for you.  Prices effective Mon. April 6 -April 12. 1992  Dairy  Meat  Bakery  Meddo Belle- ass't  Random cuts   Inwood  Butter  454 g you save .61  Olympic - all varieties  Yogurts 44 a  !500 g .....you sav'fl'l.Oi ���  No Name  Margarins 916  3lb.l.36kg you save .59 awm  Monarch - soil  454 g tub .you save .67 ���������9CP  /Vrmstrong - cheese  Montsrey .441%  Random cuts  m*wr%aW    r  Cornmeal %t\ 39  Bread 454 g ���  199  -  315  ,,  Lemon A99  Sponge Cake 8 .#-  Cracked Wheat ��f 30  Bread 454 g \\****  erican  upe 1.521  war   a...-   PIS 2.181  nK   imitation  Crab 7.69 kg  <%9     lb  Fresh VlQQ  Sole Fillets 11.00 kg *Hr*"b  Salmon Tips 12.10 kg 5*  ib  Vegetable Tempura KZA9   12.10 kg ^H   w>  449,  Canada Gr. A Beef  T-Bone or Wing Steaks   9.90kg  Canada Gr. A Beef - Bone In  Cross Rib Roast 5.49kg  Canada Grade A  Flank Steak 8.80kg  Fresh  Turkey .Breast Cutlets   11.00kg  Fresh  Turkey Thigh Cutlets   8.80kg  Fresh *-f99  Turkey Drumsticks 4 aokg     I      ii>  14*�����,  lb  lb  lb  lb  lb  Turkey Wings.  .3.29kg  Olympic  Chicken Franks 375g  Olympic-Regular or Canadian Maple  Bacon soog  Olympic - Sliced  Cooked Ham 375g  Frozen - Bulk  Pork or Breakfast Sausage 443   3.26kg       l^^l  each  Made in Our Store  Beef Patties..  I.26kg  .4.81kg  .each  lb  ib  Produce  South American  Cantaloupe  ���69 lb  Califorada  CauMower  ���O5jeaoh  Mexican  Mangoes   ���Oifeach  us  Asparagus  ...2.18 kg  ���99 lb  KtwtFruH   ���sir���'-  J     In Our Meat Dep't     \  75  This coupon is worth  0 OFF^pkflo, FRESH PORK  (CHOPS. STEAKS. RIBS OR ROAST)  MEAI MANAGER  COUPON SAVINGS  Thnnk yuti for shopping fit  SHOP EASY  pMII WL r|.H (. USIUMf II       UF f EH EKF'IflES ArniUjL  6O0off  Any Deli Item  I  I 'ilifr^     Limit one per customer  I   \g^   Offer Expires April 12. 1992.  Seafood  J     In Our Dairy Dep't  This coupon is worth  V  ,/inO OFF    Any 4 litre package  Hfl 11   1/  ���QU _��f Foremost or Dairyland  IVI11- IX  Thank you loi shopping ,il T^tXf  SHOP EASY MEAI MANAGER  COUPON SAVINGS  ���yiMIT TWO PER LOUPUN     OFFER EX.HHES AHIILJ  *       I  ��� Coasl News, April (.. 1992  NEW?  On the Coast  Baby  Bride or bride to be  Have we visited YOU yet?  We have Gifts to welcome you.  CALL  US!  Helen Millnim        886-8676      Huth Bulpil 885-5847  N.tn N.tnson 886-3416      Rosemaiie Cook  885-5821  Dining guiDE  Your guide to the finest in area dining  a listing of restaurants ad pubs  featured Restaurant of the Week  IRVINE'S LANDING PUB  Come in .mil enjoy .1 leisurely lunch or dinner in our Pub  overlooking Im* Bay. The food is excellent with .1 variety of  dishes lo choose from, rie.ited l>y our dtefs Sandy and  Mark Nuyens. There is a different feature every night with  Prime Ril> every Saturday night at $12.0';. Our Halibut and  rhi|is is another favourite, enjoyed liy many who visit us.  We now have a wine and beer store which is open seven  days a week for your convenience.  Pub Hours: 11-11,7 days a week  (���alley: 11-10, 7 days a week  Wine & Beer Store: 9-9, Mon. to Sal.; 11-9 Sun.  Marina Dock - Dawn lo dusk  Pender Harbour -88.1-1145  M, ( , VISA A I HtVIION ACCEPTED  FAMILY DINING  Andy's Restaurant ��� Lunch and dinnet  special ever) day. Every Wftljii'stlay  night is Prime Rib Night. House specialties include veal dUhes, steaks, seafood,  pasta, pisza, Tlui lixxi and lots ���>! NEW  dishes Don't miss Andy's great Brunch  ButTei every Sunday from 11 am - 2:30  put. Hwy loi, Gibsons, B860388. Open  Sunda) and Monday II am - 9 pm,  Tuesday - Saturday 11 am -10 pm  Tr* Boat House - Jum a fern ride away  m beautiful Horseshoe Bay, ottering daily  choices of fresh and flash frozen seafood  from ihe West, East and Gulf Coasts as  well as a variety nt other specialties Join  us after 3 pm tor dinnet or fur out spec-  tacutat Sunday Brunch, served between  10:30 am and 2 pm, Friendly service in a  relaxed atmosphere and fabulous meals  are just some ot the reasons you'll keep  coming back. If you have an important  rendezvous or a ferry to catch, please let  us know and we'll make the necessary  accommodations For reservations call  921-8188. All major credit cards accepted.  Cafe Pierrot - Comfortable atmosphere  with warm, helpful staff. Homemade pastas, quiches and daily specials are all prepared with the freshest Ingredients - both  healthful and delicious. Our whole wheat  bread .md scrumptious desserts are baked  fresh daily, on llie ptemises. Outside dining, take OUI orders (or the beach and cap-  pucino are available The Coasts s  bistro ..as unique as the Coast itself.  Monday to -Saturday, 9 am - 3 pm. Closed  Sunday Teredo Square, Sechelt. Phone  ahead for your lunch1 883-9962.  Coast Club Cafe - Bright, open, casual  dining tor breakfast and lunch. Fresh is  ihe order ot the day for all of our menu  items Big burgers, pasta dishes, Mexican  specials, sandwiches, salads and a variety  of daily features. With a European flair,  the Coasl Club Cate offers dining al reasonable prices Open from 6 am daily.  Join us for weekend bninch 5.119 Wharf  Ave., Sechelt, 883-9344. Visa,  Mastercard and American F.xpress accepted -seatingfur 60  Hald-A-Way Restaurant - Bring the  whole family and join us tor great dmmg  al the Haiil-A-Wav Restaurant in Gibsottt  Molor Inn on Hwy 101 at Park Rd Our  friendly, helpful si.iff and warm, pleasant  atmosphere will add to youi enjoyment of  OUI excellent breakfast, lunch and dinner  menu, which includes a children's section We're open Mon ��� Tbuis 3.10 am lo  8 pm, Fii - Sal 5 10 - 9 pm ans Sunday  5:30 am - 8 pin. Our Sunday buffet (II  am - 2 prnl Features a scrumptious salad  bar, with a large selection ot hot and cold  dishes and desserts Eat to your heart's  content. Reservations 886-4501   55 seats  plus banquet room,  The Omega Pizza, Steak and Lobster  House - With a perfect view of Gibsons  Marina, and a good time atmosphere, the  Omega is a people-watcher's paradise.  You'll often see Bruno Gerussi, former  star of the Beachcombers, dining here.  Menu includes pizza, pasta, steaks and  seafood. Steaks and seafood are their specialties. Banquet facilities available. Very  special children's menu. Reservations recommended. Located in Gibsons Harbour  at 281 Gower Point Rd 886-2268. Open  tor lunch Mon - Fri., 11:30 - 2:30; dinner  daily 4 - 9 pm, Fri. A Sat., 'til 10 pm.  Village Restaurant - cozy family style  cafe with an extensive menu featuring  special pasta dishes, steak and seafood  dinners. Come in and check out OUT daily  lunch and dinner specials or have breakfast anytime. Saturdays are Prime Rib  nights. Fully licenced. Open 7 days a  week, Mon. - Thurs., 7 am to 8 pm; Fri.,  Sal & Sun., 7 am to 9 pm. 5663 Cowrie  Street, Sechelt. 885-9811. Visa A  Mastercard accepted.  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Creek Houie - Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated yet  casual atmosphere. We serve rack of  lamb. duck, crab, clanu, scallops, steaks,  also daily specials. Reservations recommended. Roberts Creek Road and Beach  Avenue - 885-9321. Open 6 pm Closed  Mondays A Tuesdays. Visa St  Mastercard. 40 seats  The Wharf - Open for breakfast, lunch  anil dinner seven days a week.  Breathtaking ocean view and sunsets  from every tuble Continental cuisine and  seafood at its best Sunday Brunch from 8  am - 2 pm Fully licenced and air  conditio ned. Dinner reservations recommended Hwy  101. Davis Bay 885-7285.  Backeddy Pub - Enjoy the natural beauty  of Jervis Inlet while tasting one of our  many liomeslyle Specialties in the pub; ot  the casual surroundings of our family  reslauianl. Our "Skookum Burger" is a  challenge io the biggest appetite.  Backeddy Pub - located 1/2 mile north of  Egmont on Maple Road  Cedars Neighbourhood Pub - Oreal  food every day all day. Appelizeis and  full menu along with terrific daily specials, available 'til 9 pm every night  We're known for our great atmosphere  and good limes Sun - Thurs open 'til  midnight, Fri Ac Sat <>\��n 'til I am. Visa,  Mastercard and reservations accepted.  886-8171  Irvine's Landing Pub - Dinner menu  offers a variety ot appetizers and entrees  featuring local pontiice and fresh Seafood  in a relaxed setting with ocean view.  Average dinner lor two, $30, We're now  open Wednesday through Sunday, 12  noun till 11 pm with out kitchen open  from noon tilt 8 pm Pendei Harbour,  8R1-II45, Mastercard A Visa. Fully  licenced  FINE DINING  Blue Heron Inn   Enjoy the view of Fast  Porpoise Bay Irom youi table ai ihe Blue  Heron inn. located on the waterfroni at  Porpoise Bay  Relax and Olljn) a .superb  dining experience Reservation! are  required foi dinner Winter hours Wed -  Sun , Lunch 11 am ��� 2 pm, dinner 5 pm  885*3847  Lord Jim's Resort Hotel - a tranquil  view  of   rhormanby  Islanda and  Malaspma Strati set the theme lor a beautiful night otit. Friendly, courteous staff,  tine International cuisine, comfortable  surroundings, soft music and good wine  add up to make yours a night to remember We are now open Friday, Saluiday  and Sunday evenings fiom 6pm unlit 9pm  for your dining enjoyment. For reservations or more information, please call  885-7038  The Terrace at Bonniebrook - The  Terrace at Bonniebrook, offers superb  West Coasl cuisine in a picturesque and  relaxing lodge selling. We offer fresh  Im .il BC food, expertly prepared in a varied menu of appetizers, entrees and  desserls. Follow Gower Point Road to  Ocean Beach Esplanade, Look for spring  rc-opening announcement,  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Ernie & Gwen's Drive In - Take out, or  delivery Pizza, dinners, salads, burgers,  chicken, desserts, drinks, ice cream Free  home delivery within 4 miles, after 5 pm  only, on 110 minimum orders. Small  charge tor orders under Si0. Hwy. 101.  Gibsons. 886-7813.  leisure  Claire de Lune to rise on Raven's Cry  Families are in tur a treat as  a. hi kit vn \s entertainer Claire de  Lune brings her diverse performance ol smijts and storytelling  in the Raven's Cry Sunday,  Apnl II  Nominated for a 1"W2 Juno  Award. Claire de Lune, horn  Claire Thritness, has a stroll)1  background in French and  English folk songs lor children  Her music Incorporates a range  ol styles including ja//, lilues,  classical, country and western  and cajun  The results have been  recorded on three albums,  Claire de Lime and Company in  I'lXK, followed by Swing on  Stilt and Rendezvous Soled ill  IWO Rack up lor the albums  was provided by her son, two  daughters and sister, Kathleen  "Claire has a repertoire of  songs she has researched Irom  our rich Canadian heritage that  portray our diverse multiculturalism," says her promotional  material "Within her performance she introduces these  songs and explains their interesting history and influence on  our culture today."  Sponsored hy the Parent and  Toi Drop-In, the family concert  begins at 2 pm. Tickets, $7, are  available Irom the Raven's Cry.  ���yrxa  Claire de Lune (Claire Throness), wilh Mark tie llasile, plays the Raven's Cry April 11,  photo conllilillled  Regional juried art show continues  showing at arts centre until April 12  Thirty-one works of art by  local artists are on display at the  Arts Centre until Sunday, April  12. These works were selected  by jurors Henry Tsang and Mike  Banwell, who were engaged by  the BC Festival of the Arts'  organizers and have been travelling around BC as part of a  corps of jurors choosing work  from the various regions com-  &i% North  I^Oaks  767 North Rd.  Gibsons, B.C.  26 Adult Oriented  Single Level  Townhomes  Phase 3&4  Now Selling!  For More llifiniiuitiiili  Heme Cull:  Twin Oaks  Development Corp.  886-4680  prising the Assembly of BC Arts  Councils.  The Coast show anil all the  other regional shows are preliminary to the provincial exhibition Images and Objects which  is part of the annual BC Festival  of the Arts to lake place in Vernon this May. Because of a  regional quota system, only 15  of the works on display al the  Sechelt arts centre are going on  to the provincial show.  The other 16 works were  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us  U'uvo your care* at home wiili us.  Pel/Animal flare  Mail Clearing and Fun. anting  ImliKir riant and Yard Maintenance  Regular Home cheek or Live-in Service  CALL SHARON 885-2228  A  ��� CHX* C��*t���� Hbhw - IWoiek  ^       laltmlmot  BONDED LICENSED INSURED  Branches Coast To Coast  selected by the jurors as deserving of honourable mention. The  work which the jurors selected  makes a strong representative  showing for this region, which  has mil always been the case in  previous years; there are selections by familiar artists and  some intriguing contributions by  several new participants.  The artists included are: Lisa  Blackwell, Janet Cameron, Carolyn Clarke, Pat Crucil, Shirley  Dalke, Ursula Frilsch, Chrislel  on the arts beat  Fuoss-Moore, Greta Guzek,  Xerez Haffeiiden, Roger Handling, Ed Hill, Pat Hughes,  Dianne Hunt, Thomas Hunt,  Janus II, Katie Janyk, Lois  Kennedy-Paine, Alix Mat-Donald, Zoe Mackenzie, Kenneth  McMillan, June Malaka, Man-  dad, Les Niepokojczyckl, Bill  Perry, Marilyn Rulledge, Keith  Thirkell and Gale Woodhouse.  Arts Centre hours arc  Wednesday to Saturday, 11 am  to 4 put, and Sunday I pm to 4  pm.  THINGS TO DO  on the Sunshine Coast  Everyone Welcome  <aa*Mn*^^*+&  i-Jft  wi^'tiitijiiiiir i ..,.���: im'JiA'j.  FenoeR .urbouk  golf CLUB,  Lounge & Snack Bar ^^^        Power Cars Available  Hwy. tot, 2 kms. north ol Garden Bay turnoll  Phone 883-9541  More than 40 local artists' work is available through the rental  program at the arls centre on Tuesday, April 7 from 2 pm to 4 put.  New work is coining in daily, so don't miss your chance to view this  exciting work. New artists to the program include Patricia Richardson  Logic, Lou Donald, Michaele Pratt, Cliarmaine de Montrevil, and Jan  Bryant. Remember your three months rental is applied to the price if  you decide to buy. For more information, alternate limes to view, or  future Studio Visits call Janice 885-6009 or Anncle 885-5544.  Film scries  Jungle Fever - director Spike Lee's provocative, urgent and nearly  incendiary treatment of some very difficult issues in the unhappy  state of contemporary race relations, drug abuse and inter-racial  romance is explored in this film. In this visually exciting film director  Spike Lee avoids comforting reconciliations or easy solutions.  Admission $4 Wed., April 8,8 pm at the Arls Centre.  EEEE EENE4E*  APRIL 6-16 WITH THIS AD  Rent a new release and  get a regular movie at no charge  'except weekends  NEW RELEASES  Billy Bathgate  Deceived  Curly Sue  The Super  Paradise  Shattered  COMING SOON  '    101 Dalmations  ' Ricochet  \       Black Robe  , The Last Boy Scout  >    Little Man Tate  '      Necessary  Roughness  Bmwse  mShow Piece Gallerym  For Handmade Gilts ��� Pottery ��� Cards ��� Candles ��� Art Supplies  280 Gower Point Road, Gibsons Landing ��� 886-9213  \  PAST PICS  Body Parts  Scanners 2  Dogfight  The Hardway  Oscar  Mr. Johnson  Visit  mShow Piece Framesm  Quality Custom Framing  ���    tjtEYJ Frame-It-Yourself Sectinn  Wilson Creek Plaza   *   885-9215  VIEEC ETC.  EUREKA THE PLACE  CERAMICS PLUS  Unique ceramic garden ornaments,  large selection of ceramic pieces,  handcrafted soft toys.  885-2595  a     B     ft  fe*B*.fw fe***"-^ t".-;w  Vyr"      V/*       (ay/  Open daily:  10:00 am-8:00 pm  7507 Eureka Place  Jusl oil Redrooffs  *  *  . SUNNYCREST MALL  .......  886-8312 .  OVER 2,000  Selected Movies Includung Children's Movies  for $1.25 Every Day of the Week ( o.tst News, April (., 1992  I   ���  leisure  One show leads to another  ky StMrt lurmMn  "Coma mi iinsliv. inn the uul u  <Ai// Come mi buddy It's easy  ibtve tries fin a dollar  A 'caniy' nameil Sam is standing in the  gaming booth uttering a constant stream of  enticements "Look, I'll show you how  it's done "  No hesitation, no second thought he  jusl picks up ihe ctnsslmw chained to the  counter anil nails a balloon He lollows  through with a smug giin ami a slightly  contemptuous aii designed to hit home as  accurately as his Ixilr '('nine oooon, any  one can do il."  The trick when dealing wilh guys like  Sam (one niighl lv leuipted lo think) is to  Watch where they aim rather than riveting  your attention on the target. Usually Ihe  Ihiw is pointed at a llighlly less than dead  on angle Imitate the stance, aim and the  bulls eye is yours.  As all three of youi shots tliuil in a |H'i  feet wagon wheel around that huh ol a balloon, however, it's damn hard to walk  away with your pride intact, let alone with  a cupie doll nestled under yout arm.  "Whoa there, Paid!" soothes Sam as you nun  away. "You aluiusi got it Let me show you one  more time " There is just enough condescension in  his voice lo knock an ego sized chip off your  shoulder and you hud yoursell teaching for another  liHiney  The carnival came to Sechelt for three days last  week, setting up on Block seven beside Trail Bay  Mall, conveniently located across front Sechelt  Elementary school.  "The kids come over in a wave as soon as  school gets out," says Noel, a Iruck driver who  spends half the year winking for one carnival outfit  or another. "It never changes. Kids love a carnival."  The show Noel is with now. West Coast  Amusements, is based in Langley. The company  has three carnivals that travel Western Canada dur-  Js<^��  ��� 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.  A I'ncclull of candy lliiss is u greal pause in  between events for three year old Snmanthu  Stnrvalil.  ing the spring to lull season, Noel says tins partial  liti circuit will take him to places like Campbell  Rivet and IIKI Mile House  "We spend a iiinnih at the I'NK in Vancouver,  loo," Noel adds.  lie says i 's the "atmosphere of the whole thing''  that keeps him coming back season aller season il  nevei gels liming. "It's kind ol like a sinuiiiei long  party lhat you gel paid loi." he says "Musl of Ihe  crew stay ptelty 'up' ami those thai don't soil of  dropOlll along llie way."  While il's easy enough to ilrup mil of Ihe game,  sometimes it's not so easy to get people on board;  ihe carnival depends a lot on casual labourers Irom  the towns il visils, and almost no one Irom the  Coast was interested,  "We couldn't find anyone who wanted to work  in Ihis town." Noel lamented, sucking on his  Expotl plain and looking out over the Block seven  crowd ol llitillseekets "When we were in Langley  we had all kinds ol people wanting jobs, bill almost  no one in Sechell."  For those like Noel who lake ihe slep beyond  the l.iid back altitude ol "I'll work while your in  town" anil stay on for llie season, there is a downside or Iwo In the paily atmosphere, such as the  availability ol living space  "Most of us sleep in our trucks until we start  making some money," Noel says, "then loin or five  of us will go stint going together for motel rooms  and stuff."  He says there are limes when it's hard to face  another small town or contemplate selling up  anolliei tide "Ihe feeling usually goes away when i  the people show up anil things stall happening,.  though II ii doesn't, you're probably in burn-oiii  mode "  A third potential negative to the life ol a 'carny'  is ihe uncertainly. "We're never really sine where  we're going lo end up," Noel says "Alter Sechell  we go to Powell River, then across lo the Island I  think."  One thing about the carnival thai can be banked  on, however, is thai il there is a good crowd, Ihe  show will be back. Fortunately, Sechell had such a  turnout, so all die dejected crossbow hunters that  missed Iheir trophies last week ami went home  with cowed countenances and denied wallets can  look to the horizon in the fall  Maybe you'll bag thai cupie doll altei all  Wesl Coast Amusements  missed a few rides opening  night due to a shortage of  local recruits willing tn help  set up.      Jm I Johnstone photos  Gibsons Legion  Branch  Clayton  Delaney  raw  StetuRtayAft-mmona  Wednesday Evenings  m  |^       Saturdays  MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME  886-24 11  Jump  INTO  SC0BA  FOR  ONLY  The Fun  Starts  APRIL 2lQ  885-9830  S.EAPORT  SCUBA  bb67 Dolphin  Sechelt  llialhri  Hiinslieit. 4, lakes a  spin on llie Hulgy i iilc  Baha'i W,  Faith "TjV  The Baha'i leat hings speak  mil unk lii the spirit of  iii.iii, hui the heart...  A  \  For Information  Call: 886-2078  or88.r>-7a>.r>����  *f Tyee Air presents +  * back again by popular  + demand  Sechelt - Victoria  301   0710  UH00   Moil i Fll  325 !<>.��) 1720 Mon a Fit  Nanaimo - Victoria  601   0/30  0800   Mon H Fri  605   1650   mo   Mon & Fn  2 days u wirli  Molality sir Friday  EFFECTIVE APRIL 3  Victoria - Sechelt  602  0811   0910  Muni1 11  606   1740   test   Mimf. ti  Victoria - Nanaimo  602 osir, outi Mon a Fri  606   I .".in   Will  Mini A Hi  CALL FOR RESERVATIONS  YEE  Whirl Routt  Porpoise Buy. Sachet!  885-2214  -:<-  A in WAYS  LIMITED     W  ��*��**�������*��*�������*������*��*��*��*��*��*  RAVEN'S CRY  THEATRE SOCIETY  for the performing arts  MCil Productions and  Kids Company Productions  present  Claire De Lune  Saturday, April 11th at 2pm  IK Kl IS: $6.00  West Vancouver Community Adult  Concert Band  Sunday,  April 12th  Sunshine Coast ArtsCbuncil  presents  Lyn Vernon  IN CONCERT  Sunday, April 26  riCKETS: $15.00    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  ^     - .��     ���      ��� II.  Coast News, April (., 1992  indiBtrui    AUTOMOTIVE      \i.���������.  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd  lObl Hwy. 101, ClbSOlM, B.C. 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Uc NO 6fi44  886*3344 ��� 886-3364  ' PENN   Performance & Mechanical  Complete Mechanical Repairs  All Makes & Models  Specializing In Complete  Drive Train Overhauls,  4X4 Performance  Parts & Accessories  Mon. - Fri. - 8:30 ��� 5:00   Sat. 9 ���  JEFF MATHERS 885-5711  5916 Sechell inlet Rd   Secneil BC VON IVO  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  ROTTLUFF DRYWALU  Residential & Commercial  TOM  886-9691  BRENT  8869495  f  A t T ENTERPRISES: Coiutruotlon ���orvleM *\  *:���.'._!  Serving the Coast Slice llfls  uiaStet       ��� CUSTOM HOMES  3 WW       ��� ADDITIONS  .-PuRlFf.        ��� RENOVATIONS  " "niWili        aaa-aaaa  T. WONO. BOX 713. QIBSONS. 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VON i\0j  Asfiwarti Contracting  "��� QUALITY HOME  BUILDING & IMPROVEMENTS  PLAN DESIGN & DRAFTING  Foi Est.male Call OOCCalalO  ^ Howird aaihmon 000*0440 A  ROOFING  Ready Mix Ltd  ,   _..      Di-iMtJi     ra-aAccounu���.     , r,i>  _-���  I      885-9666     | , B85-5333 j   |li[5��-2226j  3 Batch Plants on 'he RuMsM'ie Coast  GtDsons SecMetl Pender Harbour  Box 172. 541 7 Burn*t Rd., Sechell  Specializing in all types of  FREE       commercial & residential rooting  ESTIMATES 886*2087 eves Jm��S  Metcalf Const.  f. MADILL CONTRACTING  All types oi concrete work.  Sidewalks, driveways, slabs ��� smoolli, broomed,  ex|    ��� : i : ire ; ite llnishlng.  ���^ QiMltty Cona-rajf Work Phcn. IU-MIT  QIBSONS SfiND  & GRfiVEL LTD.  Officii: 886 8511  c:cll: 328 71 17  Res: 885 2008  ^  DIRECT DRYWALL SYSTEMS  BOARDING - TAPING - TEXTURED CEILINGS  New Homes & Townnouses ��� Additions ��� Renovations  PROMPT PROFESSIONAL SERVICE ��� FREE ESTIMATES  Cellular 671-3754 Home 886-8657  Ron Hovflen Gerald H McConnell  R.  ;N  Ready Mix Concrete  Send �� Gravel  ,/-    CONCRETE  .3  885-7180  \M UKVINC im II sslffM i OAJtl  "���TIC tAHKS qibsono p. ....   I  i')i. 11, 886-8174   J  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  CONSTRUCTION \  RiahertsCiwk.B.C.  Residential a*  'ommerrial Construction  Renovations  Additions  ^   Laurie Lacovetsky �� 885-2887   )  re  %M. Clectrtc "sSBU  Larry Anderson    ,"DUSTm  For Professional & Courteous Service  RR. 1-12749 Warnock Bd. N.     FWPHONE 883-9188  Madeira Parti, 8.C. VON 2H0      Hat. Ho. 1M12  RENOVATIONS WEST  CONTRACTING  Custom Building ��� Remodelling ��� Framing  Foundations * Home Repairs ��� General  Contracting ��� Small Jobs Welcome  in "liny Ron ActiHOn 885-0891 after6flo  DMNNAIHl EHEOlflC  GIBSONS, B.C.  Residenlial ��� Commercial * Industrial  CONTRACTOR  ltic#18922 ^Estimates 886-72541/  "A BETTER" BOBCAT SERVICE  "Complete Bobcat Services"  Excavating - Backfilling   Retaining Walls  fienching   Landscape Constiuction   Diainage  nhoui nflf* ficoo     B<" i*'" Qnjacm  Siifuce OOO'OOJO Bc V0N ,v0  BRIAN NEWMAN EXCAVATING f^\  ��� Septic Fields ���  Diain.-ige ��� Excavation  Water Linus      ��� Rock Walls  Lantkcape Co'istiiiction .  m  ��� Call 886-3977 J  If yon  w<  >��� ���  .iflvtMtis   "I  ��� ii��i here,  you  *��l  lit  rnncllnq  about  yoursi  -If  -  And so  would  L .___��.  Rvnr  VlUHly   Rl-Sfff  _ _____ __        _  (Fastrac BACKHOE  SERVICE  -->  ��� SEPTIC FIELDS  ��� DKA1NAC.K PITCHES  ��� .EXCAVATIONS  ��� waikh [inks Cat 416 4X4  ��� ri.TAHINU  Steve Jones    886-8269  CHAR'S  BULLDOZING    **S9 , ..  EXCAVATIONS & GRAVEL QQC QH81  ANDCLEAHINfl 00\J-z>UOl  VKOADMUILDINt;  CHAR OR DAVE  f Mackenzie Excavating Ltd.  l;iikI Clearing 8, Development  Cam Mackenzie  I  mm  886-3558  CELIULAR  240-6314   J^  We dig Ihe 8unahlne Coeall  If you were .i.laa.-. la .....] here,  you'll  In;  a a-.aalaaaa|  .ilaaaaal  yourself - And so would  everybody else  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  ( CENTURY ROCK  >  Rock Wills  Patios  Facings  Planters  885*5910  i~5��3i  jfor-i  ��SSS_S  jsm&ES&fr  POMFRET  'COIMSTRUCTIOIM  Selective Land Clearing ��� Design Consulting  mmmmammnBLmmmmm  L RR2 S41 C6, Gibsons, B.C. V0N-1V0   Phono 686-8900 .  V  A Complete  Asphalt Service  FREE ESTIMATES  TRI-CITY PAVING LTD.  RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL  PLANT SITE PORPOISE BAY RD.  TELEPHONE 885-2726 SECHELT B.C.  f                                                  \  D & B CRANE RENTAL  Phone: 884-5266  Night: 885-7085  v                                                 )  GARRY'S CRANE SERVICE  8TONLIFT - HOOK HEIGHT 65'  15TON LIFT - HOOK HEIGHT 8i>  Think of rnt ��rhon  you need aHftf!  I  886-7028  S*       THE  RENOVATIONS WITH 1  A TOUCH OF CLASS  COMMERCIAL i RESIDENTIAL  "IMPROVER "ST,  LTD. HALTMOON Wl  A. J. CONTRACTING  Roofing' Insulation * Painting  Concrete' Vinyl Siding  Free Estimates  885-8924  HEATING  'SECHELT FIRE PLACE LTD.S  GAS ��� PELLET* WOOD      kuuJ  Complete Sales & Installations  SHOWROOM Open Tues.-Sat.   5631 Wharl Rd.. BB5-7171  .'  PROPANE INC.  ��� Aulo propane  ��� Appliances  ��� Quality B.B O's  885-2360  Hwy 101, across St.  Irom Big Mac s. Sechelt  I iit'iisi'tl 5 Bonded  PARKYN BAY CONTRACTING LTD.  I.B. WOOUROW  liewlriitiiil * 1,11.1 In.Utillulmiii L? Srivitc  Ron: (604| 5B8-G707  l^or Toil Free Pnper: 1 97*l-4.17l  Propane &  Natural Gas  (J)  D.C. Heating  Gas Fitting & Plumbing  24 Hours Seivice  Darcy Clarke  Gltaaona. B C  (604) 886-8525  Free Eslimales  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  TILE  GontxHrt. Median ltd.  V    673 Payne Rd., Qlbsoha 886-3191   J  mm PAINTING  & WALLPAPERING  ��� lillenoi.Ealfltwt FREE ESTIMATES  ��� Prolific W.fshmq QUQ QQA'i  ��� Bpadaliy Wal FmSIwi OO J-30HO  PETER J. SUGARS  Custom Cabinets  Kitchens ��� Bathrooms ��� Millwork  shop 886-8615    ���    res. 886-2231  Sechelt  A VII* Store  Furniture Land  ll.ghw.iy 101, Ho. ^fll, SpiIibII. B C VON 1A1I  Ininpliiffio (604) H8S S'56 ��� r,i< 101)41 am 2768  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  ��� KITCHENS A BATHROOMS *  086-94 ft  Cellular  644-4907  ^GUl  msm  )SALES S INSTALLATION LTD.  The Floor Store al Your Dnnr  Wilh Free In- Home Mmp/iluf,  Hard-viand ��� Ceramics ��� Wall Tiles ��� (.lass Tiles  Area Riirs ��� (Hrpeo ��� Unolcum ��� floor Tiles ��� Marhlc  (���lass III.k ks  8��S .'SHi ��� HHtoWaTrft / Mon. - Sat 9:30 -5:00 pm  Shiiwnmm4M'>ll*vv. Kit Wilson Creek  ^_M_3_-B_____H_3HH_I sports  ( u.ist News, April d. 1992  ���SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 46 (SUNSHINE COAST)  NOTICE OF MEETING  (  The Board of School Trustees is meeting at 1:00 pm, Tuesday,  April 7, at the School Board Office in Gibsons, to discuss:  Implementation of Intermediate French Program in 1993  Members of the public interested in this subject are invited to attend.  fTRECISE PAINTING & PLASTER?  ��� All Pliavs of Drywall  ��� Gimpleif Custom Paintiiif*  ��� Fin- & Water Damage  ��� Imimryman Workmanship  Nr.lt Vince  ty   886-0928 Free Entlnntw g86-919aV  ( AQUA BLAST  POWER WASH  HOME /COMMERCIAL  HOT/COLD WATER  ^Pag��r# 885-5111     Ewes 885-59S0J  LANDSCAPING  COTTRELL'S MARINE SERVICE  The Sunshine  Coast's Evinrude  Dealer  fCAWRIMB:  THE AIL HEW  SPITFIRE SERIES \  ���"JiiMiii-j   i'(!��������� Spijajig  Ti'hv (kh<i".-. OftOU/A    -rlfqli  .yi'.:Tii���,f.Tio CaCC  TNE LAWN MOWER. GUY   '(B)H LAWN t BAWDSN M��INTSN��NO*Q   ���_____.__g-j--E   ""  V^CALl RICK 885-9864.,  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  S & G TREE SERVICE  Topping ��� Trimming ���Priming ��� Brush Chipper  V Danger Tree Removal  Bonded and Insured ��� 20 Years Enperience  805-3897  (J)  D.C. Heating  (ids Fitting & Plumbing  2A Hours Service  Dairy Clarke  ( uttVHH   BC  (604) HSfi H.r.2.r.   Frea Eslimale*  MARINE SERVICES  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE^  r"  ','" ''nin9 a      a     ,  Beams a^xy  _"*l****************  Custom Cutting ��� Planing  Bevel Siding ��� Posts &  Chris Napper 886-3468  R.R.K4. S6, C78,  Gibsons. B.C. VON 1V0  &  mccaneer  Marina ii RESORT LTD  Located in Secret Cove 885-7888  We^T MARINE SPECIALISTS 21 vfars  PARTS - SALES - SERVICE -REPAIRS  K 4 C Thermoglais ".^ VSrS>' **3E  Cobra Boals no*   ***���      ���-"       - ~~"  In-Stock  i.'.M:Wi;Vi  [OUTBOARDS  STIHL  CHAINSAWS  & TRIMMERS  Kl.l J.Y'S  Sales and Service  731 North Road, Gibsons ��� 886-2912  1st Wakefield  2ml Chiefs  3rd Gibsons  4th Sliiiiiiiiinn  5tliLightlioi.se     1    I    ,S  02  snooker  The Legion Snooker League,  involving 55 players and four  tennis, has finished ils first successful season.  Season's play took place at  Gihsons Legion #109 and  Sechelt Legion #l'40 every  Thursday evening at 7 pin. The  Sechell Cruisers squeaked  through as league champions  with IOI points. The following  are playoff results.  Season results - Sechelt  Cruisers, 101; Gibsons Honk  ers, 07; Gibsons Hustlers, 85;  Sechelt Sharks, 71.  League Champs - Sechelt  Cruisers: Albert LaChnnce, Ken  Hincks, Vern Joe, Kerry  Eldred, Dave Scott, Bill Bay-  croft and Terry Joe.  Playoff Champs - Gibsons  Hookers: Dave Hobson, Alex  Paul, Terry Jossul, Dave Mel-  lor, Dan MacKny, Keith Cavlll,  Gord Crnnna and Rick Kyle.  Singles Champion; Dave  Hobson (Hookers) defeated  Rhys Popp three lo two, Doubles Champions: Barry Roth  and All' Beaudry (Hustlers)  defeated Ernie Patterson and  Stu Holsiniin (Sharks) Ihree to  two. High Run Champion: Len  Hometichuk (Sharks) "90".  ��  at   ���  ��.  soccer  Wakefield took home Ihe  first place trophy alter finishing  m   ���  atop the league standings with  r   -5  23 iHiints in the Sunshine Coast  V  j  Men's Over 30 Soccer League  The HISS track and field  r  team has an active season  Playoff! started on March  planned, competing in Powell  28 al Ted Dixon Paik with one  River, Sumy, and then  game on Saturday, filth place  Fraser Valley.  With Grade 7 s at the  /  ���  ���  Lighthouse taking on fourth  place Sliaininon wilh ihe loser  lieing eliminated tram the play  school, nne pari or Ihe 27  offs.     Lighthouse     upset  member team will iry to  'im  Sliauuuon 2-1.  achieve a standard lo compete  al Ihe BC Kleinenlarv Cham  ^   i  . i  Kl  On Sunday March 20 llie  pionships in Richmond. Mav  playoffs wrapped up, The litsi  23 and 24. Seasoned athletes  ������  semi final saw Chiefs beat Gib  will aim for limes ami dis  sons 5 1  The second semi final  tances to ipndil> for Ihe KC  saw Wakefield lieal Lighthouse  52.  Secomlarv ( haiiipiniisliips in  } S  Burnaby, Ma) 29 - 30.  Before the finals there was a  David Will photo  -mgti  game belween Gibsons and  Lighthouse lo decide third  place Gibsons beat Lighthouse  3 2 The final game of the day  was between Chiefs and Wake  1 *i  ���rig  field for firsl place. Chiefs beat  1   J  fe-:.   ��� ���"���'**!*  Wakefield 6 1  League final Standings  ATTENTION  All baseball/softball League Players  If you are in an organized league on  *' the Sunshine Coast->.     ^  you wil leceive    (V^-ft  ��w*  on all baseball/softball equipment in  stock (except balls) when you shop at..  GOOD  CENTS*5 II  -WDTT  MAKES GOOD CENTS  ,,,, Mom.    Miin.-Ihim  '1:10-".: It)  W la T I"  II 4 I 23  10 5 I 21  9 6 I 19  7 8 I 15  "I'l North Ro.ui. Cihsons ������'"���''*    M"n lhu"  I'll: HHI.-'lalltl ��� lax: Ktlia-"l..'l.  mil "   i  mi timet  VALID UNTIL TH1IKSIIAY APRIL 10 '12  TIDE TABLES  Tims Ht. Fl.    Tues Time  HI. Ft.    Wed  Time Ht. Fl.   Thuis Time  HI. Fl  2:10  9 6  6  7:25  135  MO  2:40  28  9:40  14.0  Fri  Time  HI. Fl.  1:00  6:30  FR   10:30  6:05  1(1  14.1  11.0  12.1  3.9  3 00 10 3  7    7:55 13.4  TU    3:15 2.7  10:45 14.0  Sal   Time Ht. Ft.  2:00  11 8:00  SA   12 05  7:15  14.3  10.3  11.6  4.5  3:55 10 8  8    B30 13 I  WE    4:05 2 9  II 50 14.0  Sun  Time Ht. Ft.  2:45 14.5  12 9:05 9.1  SU    1:50  8.25  11.5  5.2  r.os    ii i  9    9 20     12 6  TH    5 00       3.3  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson  Pacific Standard Time  ���  For Skookumchuk Narrows add  1 hi 40 mln. plus 5 mln. tor each ft ol rise  and 7 mln for each ft. of fall  Tide Tables courtesy of  Pronto'S  FINE DINING RESTAURANTS  Gibsons ��� 886-8138  Sechelt ��� 885-1919  ALWEST  Install Vinyl Siding &  Aluminum Soffit & Fascia  ��� Beautify your home and give it  the new modern look for 1992.  ��� Increase your home value.  ��� Low maintenance costs.  Let us introduce you to TIMBERWOOD. The new  ALCAN vinyl siding with the true-to-life colour  shading & deep grain texture of real wood.  VISIT OUR SHOWROOM  FREE ESTIMATES  PROFESSIONAL INSTALLATION  JIM BAIN 885-4572  Unit #7 - 5522 Wharf St., Sechelt, B.C.   FOR ALL  WALKS OF  LIFE  ��� WOLVERINE ���  adidas^  Reebok  RONTRUNNERS  886-4830     GIBSONS PARK PLAZA  Winter Hours:  Tues. to Sat.  10:00 - 5:30  I |  . it  ::  i r  1 ���!  I 'I  ; ���:  i 'I  ; fi  Jat 18  Coast News, April <>. l*llU  Pay for 2 inserts ^^(M^c,T^?B3!5,,i  Get 4 inserts FHRF?/ M sechGJKs<?w.ces  Homes S.  Property  New. unfinished home in  Redroolts area on 6 acies.  almost 3000 sq II md lull basement Presently occupied by  ownei Appioa $15,000 will finish  Ihis beautilul home lo youi taste  Musl move selling al cosl.  $138,000- 685 5690 #16  3 M m 1112 balhs 2 level house  in Madeira Park 450 sq II  shop/garage 85<'40 lol $95,000  874-0960 H5w  large Lot tn Selma Park 3 bdrm.  2 balh. 2 l/p. 4 in law suite  $145,000 885 5489 evenings  ss  Ir? acie view lol on quiet cul de-  sac Gowei Point area, selectively  cleared seiviced $79,900 886  3132 a 886-4714 TFN  Redioolls Rd 134 acies level,  Ituil liees. cabin 885-4572 oi 988-  2507 KI5w  Wanled Lol or small acreage  I between Langdale s Davis Bay  Pnvalely686 8l15 DI5w  ; Laige building lol in quality subdi-  | vision. Sewei. hydro, gas  ! $64,000 886-8094 Sieve    ��!5w  I  1/2 acie Heed view lol southern  exposure, gently sloping, asking  $80.000 00 886-7641 #I4W  Manna Place townhouse. ground  level, 1 bdim $85,500. Phone  886-3073. #14w  Homes &  Property  Laige deaied view lot ovettooking  Potse Island Undeigiound seivices Peiked near inline goll  course Private manna access  $42.000885-7365 Il5w  By ownei. Twin Oaks Sliala  Townhouse wilh attached carpel  Two bdim , laige sloiage loom.  patio, appis & widow coveiings  Phone 886 3460 all 6pm   ��!6w  By ownei Davis Bay. new ullia  modem, deluxe 1500 sq II  r.inchei. 2 bdim. den. 2 lull balhs.  3 sundecks. on 1/3 private acie  Asking 169.900 Make an ollei  Musl sell May cany moilgage  6854862 III  GAMBIER ISLAND $118,000 ovei  1 sunny acie. semi waleiltont wilh  winterized builldings 4 lots moie  886-4917 loi delials NO  AGENTS PLEASE  TFN  2 1/2 acie serviced lol lot sale,  near Secrel Cove 224 6180   ss  View lol. walei, hydro $42,000  lirm Chambeilin 4 Central. Gibsons 886 9049 ss  1/2 acie lol Lohn Road.  Redioolls. controlled subdivision,  $45,000 432-9379 eves        ss  New quality built home. VMCA  Rd, Langdale. 3 bdrm up ensuite,  soakei lub, angle showei, coiner  sink Main bathioom combination  balti/showei unit. 2 bdim. down-  stairs wilh bathroom lub/showei.  Large utility loom, rumpus room,  2 car gaiage 885-4616,885-2735  eves. ss  CLASSIFICATIONS  Home Ii Property  Biithi  Obituaries  In Mentor lam  Thank You  Personal  Announcement  Personal Seivices  Weddings 4  Engagements  10.  Lost  ti. Found  12. Pets * Livestock  13. Music  14. Travel  15. Wanted  IS. Free  17. Oarage Sales  IS. Barter A Tiade  19. Appliances  20. Furniture  21. For Sale  22. Heavy Equipment  23. Autos  24. Trucks  25. Campers  2D. Marin*  27. Mobile Homes  28. Motorcycles  29. Wanted to Rent  30. Bed and Breakfast  31. For Rent  32. Commercial for Rent  33. Entertainment  34. Help Wanled  35. Business and Home  Services  36. Work Wanted  37. ChlldCare  38. Business Opportunities  39. Legal  40. Too Late to Classify  CROP OFF VOUB  sssfe  At.  any of  our  convenient  Friendly  People Places  In Pender Harbour  MARINA PHARMACY 88.1-2688  ACBtllLI>INOS!IPPt.lF.S88'-9*..*.|  In Halfmoon Bay  BAJ STORE 883-9433  In Davis Bay  PENINSULA MARKET 883.11721  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK (IENERAI. STORE 883- mm  DEADLINE IS 3:00 PM THURSDAY  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  3321 Cowrie Street 883.1930  **    In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  (IvhimlDockstile Pharmacy) 886*262:  DEADLINE IS NOON FRIDAY  There's always seivice with a smile when you  place your classifieds at B&J Store, our  Friendly People Place in Halfmoon Bay.  l    Homes 8.  Property  Langdale. by owner, attiacltve  1056 sq 11 2 bdim bungaloav on  83.163' lol 690 sq II linisiied  bsml. 2 FP. insert tn bsmt New  double windows and caipel. cai-  poit and cedai siding e.lenoi  886 9290  ��� I4ss  3 bdrm nome. almosl new. 2  balhs. 1400 sq II. plus laige  gaiage woikshop Spacious an  net lol with many liees Ashing  $145,000 1228 t lichen al Velei-  ans Rd 886 8651 ss  48' > 330' ol prime low bank  waleilionl in Gibsons Haibour  neai Gibsons Manna House  needs iepan bul could be Ined  up lor recreational or rental use  Ptopeily roiled Tounst Comntei  cial |C 2) Double gaiage plus  sloiage shed $169,500 Phone  Jenniler 1 689 7070 ss  ANDERSON REALTY  * Recreation . Retirement  ��� Relocation  CATALOGUE  it-if Covins SI   Boa 1219  Sechell B C ��0N 3A0  885-3211 ������'����� 885-2899  Van  loll free 684-8016  Quality home, buill 1990. view,  two tueplaces. ensuite. walk-in.  oak cabinets, cential vac, close  to terry. I block to swimming  beach and regional paik,  $177,700 886-3306. ss  PRIVATE SALE ��� first lime home  buyer looking lo buy unlisted  home undei $150,000, direct Irom  owner, in Sunshine Coasl aiea.  Please call with details Gerald  228-8519. ��14  W. Sechelt mobile home, coiner  lol, near school, store, $62,000.  685-5492. ss  Stillwater, Soulh Powell River.  Basemenl home, view, beach.  $98,000.487-9334. ss  3.   Obituaries  JESBERGER-Alf, passed away  unexpectedly on March 22,1992.  Survived by his loving wile Ema,  and his son Geny Remembrance  donalions may be made lo Ihe  Canadian Heail Foundation. No  (lowers please. #14  GODDARD: Lucy Marion, passed  away peacelully al Kiwanis Village Care Home Gibsons on  Maich 28, 1992 al 83 yeais ol  age. Predeceased in 1962 by her  loving husband Edward G: survived by her son Ken (Lorraine),  ol Gibsons: daughter Gladys (Jim)  McNrcoll. ol Victoria. 6 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren.  Funeral service was held Tues.  March 31 in St. Bartholomew's  Anglican Church, Gibsons. Reverend Eslhei North ollicialed.  Interment Valley View Memorial  Gardens, Surrey. Devlin Funeral  Home, directors. Remembrance  donations may be made to the  Kiwanis Caie Home, Gibsons.  #14cn  4.   In Memoriam  The Sunshine Coast Home Support Society comprised ol Home  Support, Hospice, Meals on  Wheels, Adull Day Care, gialelul-  ly leceives 'In Memoty" donations. A caid acknowledging the  gilt will be sent to Ihe lamily. Upon  requesl Ihe donoi will leceive an  olliaai lax receipt. Please include  name ol deceased, name and  addiess ol next-of-kin and donor.  Box 2420, Sechell, BC VON 3A0  ��l4cn  5.   Thank You  To Ihe Stall ol Coasl Garibaldi  Health Unil my heart Tell lhanks  lor Ihe wonderful 'alternoon lea',  also lo Ihe Iriends who  brought/sent theii goodl wishes.  Not forgetting Ihe genlleman who  washed my car! and the pipei  who indeed made it a 'Royal  Sendoh" on the occasion ol my  retirement Ella #14  6.   Personal  SWM. 50, would like lo meet a  petile lady who enjoys Ihe outdoors, dancing, fishing, dining out,  barbeques, doing things together.  I'm an easy going guy so don't be  shy. Write Box K, c/o Box 68,  Coast News, Sechelt. BC VON  3A0 #16  Wanted 50 impeded people wtli  ing lo lose upto 29 lbs tn Hie neat  30 days 100s naluial. Di  approved 6862855eves     #15  Aie you a woman in an unhapry  letanonship. do you need lo laik'  Call Ihe Sunshine Con! Transition House lot conlidenlial 24 hi  service 885-2944 TFN  Trying lo locale Julie SHEP  PARD KLASSEN lasl known  addiess is Gibsons Please wnle  Dons Shoit, Box 262. Frllmoie.  SK. SOG IN0 #14  Announcement  Teachei will lulor Math/Science.  Gibsons lo Madieia Park 863  2405 Rels #16  Landing Unisex Han Design 8  Tanning Salon has now opened a  quality consignment clothing  department We aie now accept  ing spring ". summer ilems Hems  placed on consignment musl be  nl high quality Call 686-3916  ��� I6w  Learn lo scuba dive. Piolessional  instiuclois. Full Padi Certification  Seasport Scuba. 685-9830   #21  ��� ������������������I  BROOKS A MILLER  FLOOD COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints  F/taifofffifenr  rnenoly Paints  in All  Colours 01  the Rdtnbo*     /,  Including Gieen "  Female cal long tur. while with  chaicoal patches. W Sechell  lieiby Rd aiea 8850966 .1 tai  Black male Scully dog on highway al Ruby Lake, lewaid 683  9447 01932 4325 t!4cn  Keys lound on unusual ring in  Hallmoon Bay Conlacl B 6 J  Sine #14  Beautilul black 4 while cal. real  channel, no home loi long lime  Please claim oi inleiested party  call 885 0941 W 886 9519    #14  12   Pets 8.  Livestock  Bill Wood  SECHELT 5.  A  Bus 885-2923  Res 885-5058  Apiil II Ii 12. 8am 2pm Call.  Place oil Norvan Rd.. Sechell #14  Annual Yaid Sale. Sat., Apr 11  Masonic Hall. Robeits Cieek Rd  8 Hwy 101. 10am 2pm        #14  Neighborhood Garage Sale April  11 Sunnyside Road, oil Piatl  Wealhei permitting. 9 1pm    #14  Sal Sun. Apnl 11-12. to 4pm,  6122 Redioolls Road al South  wood 114  Conlenls ol entne house Apnl 11  *. 12. 11 5pm. 6343 Maimol  Road PopoiseBay 114  12   Pels &  Livestock  Vanderveen Hay  Sales  FOR OLDE TIMES SAKE would  like lo say THANKS foi a gieal  lust year We are celebrating wilh  a sale ol 20% oil all merchandise  in ihe slore. a gieal basket special and diaw prizes lo lei you  know how much we appreciate  youi palionage. Sale Apnl 6-11,  Sandra Leach, Prop. 886-8261.  ���14cn  Delivery  April 11  Brian  1-800-663-2678  Leslie - 885-5423  Marg - 883-2742  Aichei 60 channel lemole control  cable converter $60 886-8007  ���14  '/  Expert J|  repairs and  servicing on all  brands of sewing  machines.  Singer, Kenmore,  Pfaff, Janome,  Elna, Bernina,  and all makes of  vacuum cleaners.  - Free Estimates -  ALL WORK  GUARANTEED  SEWING MACHINE  & VACUUM CENTRE  Cowrie St., Sechelt  (opposite Bank cl Montreal)  s    885-8843     J  We do il all-big or small!  Resumes, letters, essays,  repotts, estimates, etc. Call  686-4740 Confidential Secretarial Services Satisfaction Guaranteed! #15w  Spaniel X puppies loi sale. 885  9041. CUTE, CUTE, CUTE #16W  Astrologer Jill Kilty. Get to know  yourself belter. Consultations.  886-7930 #14w  FREELINGERE  Enjoy ��� Lingere Fashion Show  In your own home and discover  our generous hostes rewards.  Our eiHirtq Spring Line has  just arrived and we have sins  to tit everyone.  Call thtnltty dttaili at    *1  885*9565  Free to good home good natured  nale Lab X. Border Collie. 8 mos.  885-3221. #16  Quality show bam W. Sechell.  Has two openings. Use of arena  and pasture included. 865-5629  #15  Barn lot lent $250.per/mo oi  stalls $50 per/mo. you feed. 885-  5444   . #14w  "Becky" African Pygmy goal looking lor boyfriend. Call 886-6659.  #14w  Registered Cairn terriers 886-  3134 #l4w  Maltese pups $300. Rabbits,  many varieties. $10$25 Kaien  885-4657.  (116  HEMLOCK/BALSAM  WOOD SHAVINGS - lot horse  bedding (no cedai). Gibsons  Sand & Gravel, 886-8511 eves.  885-2008. TFN  Wanled ��� manuie, can be steer,  chicken oi sheep. Call 220-2007  alter 2pm collect. TFNs  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Conlact Then 4 Now Furniture.  699 Highway 101, Gibsons. 886-  4716 oi Mailee Fashions.     NC  Help leduce the pet over-population problem - spay or neuter youi  Jack t Jill Prtschool Easter  ham sale. Boneless dinner hams,  approx. 2.5 kilos each. $9 per kilo.  Orders musl be in by April 12  Pickup al Jack i Jill Apr. 16  between 4 6 Phone Joyce 886-  7130 toorder ��14w  We buy beer bottles 4 beer  cans. Plying SOt/doz. 8864039  117  Hidden Treasures Book Stores  Two locations lo seive you 489  Maiine Drive. Gibsons, and in  behind Supei Shape, Sechelt.  Hundreds ol books lo choose  Irom Trades welcome        #14  DIETING AND EATING  FACTS AND MYTHS  Limited supply: Send cash,  cheque or money order lor $7 lo  K S. Enterprises, Box 467 Sit.  VON 3A0. Orders shped within 24  houts. #14  STRESS 4 PAIN RELIEF Relax  and enjoy the lasting benefits ol  TRAGERrelaxalion bodywork  sessions. Learn sell-care techniques. Phone Ellen 886-8864.  #16W  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-7883,24 houi line.       TFN  Does someone in your lamily  have a drinking problem? Call Al-  Anon 886-9903, 885-7484, 886-  9059. Al-Aleen 886-2565.     NC  Adult children of Alcoholics or dis-  functional families please call  886-3849 or 885-4622 lor help.  NC  Suzuki violin classes, register now  lor spring 885-9224 or B85-5539  ��� 14  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  #  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  Tenoi saxaphone $150. 886-  6771. TFNs  Set of drums, $500 all. 6pm. 886-  8671.      ��16W  1 Fender base and P.V. amp.  $600886-9747 #16  To buy. Mares, 2 yrs 4 up lor  breeding. 1-531-2080.        #17  4 to 6 man hoi tub. Call collect  685-4575 evenings. Mon-Thurs.  #16w  Adull 10 speed 886-9420 #14cn  Girls bedroom lurniture. Prefer  while or wood. 886-7375     #16  Wall oven: For under counteitop.  886-8427 #15w  Boys mountain bike, sound condition lor 7 yis.*. 885-5007.   #14w  19. Appliances  P  Clothes dryer $50.886-9986 #14  15' Gumey f.f. Iridge h g ��� 30"  Gumey slove h g, almond Gibson  I.I. fridge, polai small bat fiidge,  woodgiain dooi, ver nice, $149,  Inglis Royal lop of Ihe line washei  4 diyer, beautilul shape, pair  $649. Viking 15'2 di, ft. hg Indge,  $349, Admiral 30" hg, slove sell-  clean $279, While Wesl H. 30"  slove, sell dean, coining cooktop,  $297, McLaiy easy 24" 2dr while  fridge, very nice, new comp.  $279, and more. 90 days lo Iwo  years warranty. Call Bjorn 885-  7897 oi Comei Cupboaid 885-  4434. #16  Will buy nonwotking ma|or appliances. 685-7897. #16  Compact H/D Kenmore washei,  $220,886-8005. #14cn  20. Furniture  Sideboaid 4 matching hutch  Good cond. $450, plexiglass dining sel wilh 4 swivel chairs. Black  4 while $350, Lazy boy naugh-  ahide dub chair, biand new $500  mansii, brown tones, wood dim  $250 666-4639 #15*  Blown tweed chesterfield 4 chair.  $600 OBO 885-5426        #15*  Solid mahogany lable 4 5 chairs.  $300.686-9856 (lv. mess.)   #16  Sideboard 4 matching hutch, gd.  cond., $450; plexiglass dining sel  wilh 4 swivel chairs, black 4  while, $350: Lazy boy naughahide  dub chair, biand new, $500: man-  size armchair, blown tones, wood  Irim. $250; lirm 3/4 bed, $350.  886-4639. #17  Dining mom table, 46"-60" (Iwo  12* inserts) includes 6 chairs, gd.  cond., $250.886-8866. ss  Malching sofa and loveseat. willow rattan, perlect condition,  $400,886-2417. #14w  King size lour poster knotty pine  waterbed, $400 obo 686-8862.  TFNs  21. For Sale  4 H.P. mloliller $150, Kenmore  dehumidilier as new $100 885-  5855 #15w  US Govl seizuresl Buy dirt cheap!  Cats, houses, boats, lumisture,  mote! Call out 24 houi "Auctions  Hotline" 290-0570 Ext. SZ10259  (Fre recorded message - Canadian Division) #16*  Rhododendions 4 azaleas, same  low puces $3 50$I0 00 NO  GST Large selection, Robeits  Cieek Nursery - 2569 Lower  Road 6862062 #I6W  Compiele black 4 while daikioom  equipment - Opemus enlaigei 35  mm lo 2 1/2 squaie 55M 4 75mm  lenses - like new Uia-iab timet,  lune a ine timer, easels. Hays.  Some papet and chemicals and  mon? $400 886-8451        ��l4cn  FIREWOOD an oveisrzed coid  Fiee Delivery 886 7989 or 886  7136 )15w  6 pee kilchen nook. $250, 2 pee  hide-abed $575. good cond No  calls alter 8 00pm. 886-9250* 16w  DOCK nisiaiied on Bowen Island.  100' long fixed glulam beam walkway suppoiled by heavy sleel  columns c/w 35' long aluminum  walkway. No float Besl offer 925-  1944 #16w  Automobile: Dnven only once, by  little old lady: Compiele with  chiome hubcaps, suniool 4 double gaiage doois. Call Miss  Wilkens 555-1234 #14  Fridge 4 slove, washer/dryer 886-  8967. #14  IBM Selectric II typewriter. $150.  886-8771. TFNs  Ciess 23" kiln wilh accessories,  $450,883-1112. #16W  CCM 10 speed, exc. cond., $50  lirm 885-7654. ��16W  Bike wilh tiaining wheels. 886-  9420. #14cn  EVERYTHING MUST GOI '82  Honda passport elc. slai like new,  $550, '62 Jeep Wagoneei Lmled.  Fully loaded org. Calif. iusI Iree.  $7500. 78 Blazer 4 spd. winch  rusly bul runs good $1500; 22'  libeiloim cabin, 165 Merc, I/O  head, slove, etc $4500,10 1/2'  Husky camper, luinace. slove, 3-  way Iridge, $900. Consider exca-  valion woik in exchange. 886-  8779. #16W  Naugahide lecliner $175. Kenmore portable sewing machine  $140, shop vac. with blower, $125  all in A.I Cond. 885-5567.  ��l6w  Moving Sale - Hide-a-beds,  oigan. lecliner chair, end tables,  desk, bedroom suite, Ii drapes,  canning jars, welding machine.  666-3824 #16  Computer desk (new| $60, assorted software; Ikea table. $25, toe-  wood $60 P/U load 886-2749 #14  SALE  8' cedar 4x4's. $6 each. 865  5031.  ��  DOWN TO EARTH  Mushroom manuie. lopsoil. local  oi Fiasei Valley, baikmulch  Delivered or U pickup. Hoppy  865-0821. Ramon 865-7692.I15*  Local In 4 cedai seedlings 2-3 ft  tall. Suitable loi hedging oi the  like. $1.50 each, taking orders  886-2198 ��'5��  Heavy duly roll bar. 30' peeled In  logs (firewood?) 8x8's," cedar  poles, ammo reloadei kit. Clals  man 4hp rriowei, 73 Datsun PU 4  pails, 62 Challengei/Sappoio  8852630 ��!5w  4'x5' Double pane window $50,  25'ol Those, SspeedSekine  bicycle $25. Big 0 pipe 886-7795  ���15w  DRYER, WOOD-FURNACE,  CHAIRS - RSF luinace, blowei  and Iheimoslat, $500. You disma-  lie and lemove, original cost  $4500. Will heat 3500 sq. It.  home. Matching black lealher and  chrome chairs $200, olfice or  home use Oiiginal cost $1600.  Weslinghouse heavy duly Dryer  $100, needs minor repair 886-  3228 ��15w  SAWDUST Hemlock/Balsam tor  gardening and hoise bedding.  Cedai and baik mulch loi other  Gibsons Sand 4 Gravel Ltd. 886-  8511 eves. 885-2008.        TFN  Used railway ties lor retaining  walls, 6"x6"x8'. 886-8204.   #14w  Float house, 750 sq. It. one  bdim., piopane appliances, wood  heat, $12,800 OBO. 885-1942. ss  "DAHLIA TUBERS'Top oil  Selma Park Rd. ��� Many varieties. 885-9820 #16  Large solid oak Dining Room  Suite. Six laige chairs. Oval table,  lhal has two teals, exlao nine lest,  and veiylarge china cabinet.  $1500OBO686-3493 #16  RSF Wood burning heatei 885-  5702 ��15w  Like new Sharp Cash register.  $200 886-7306 #15  Chainsaw 2100 Husky, good  shape. Must sell. $300 886-7890  #!4w  Shed 8x16 fully Insulated partly  lined, on skid suitable loi con-  struclion/tool shed oi sleeping  accomodation phone 685-9285  #14  Horse manuie $20 Pick-up load  685-9969 #14w  New 50011. Rohl t'waler line 1/3  hp Jel pump, pressuie tank,  Noico Bushpilol mountain bike.  Novel used. 2" walei line, random  lengths Phone 886-8009     #14  New 500 It. Roll I' walei line 1/3  hp. Jet pump pressuie lank.  Noico Bushpilol mountain bike -  nevei used. 2walet line, landom  lengths phone 886-8009 eves #14  Shed 8x16 lully insulated, partly  lined, on skids. Suitable loi con-  stiuclion/lool shed oi sleeping  accomodation. 885-9285     #14  Seats Coldspol Fioslless 19 cu.  ft., 2 door liidge $500, Whirlpool  Dishwasher built-in $200, Electronic bug killer brand new $50,  Nulone yellow langehood $25,  double stainless steel sink $25  686-4714 #15w  Gas poweied weedealei $75,  weights 4 bench $50, 46 sq. It  giay ceramic tile 12" nf 2* $75.  mini blinds 2-6'x4', 1-4x 3'6 $25  each, twin beds $75 each, 3' colonial door new $20, 2' white bilold  new $15,, mens Nishiki 10 sp  $75,886-6691 #15w  Firewood. Alder $85, Fir $95 per  coid. Fiee delivery 886-9372*15*  Antique Beelhona cabinet, apple  IIC computer 4 desk, exeisice  bike, wood stove. Many more  household ilems. 866-2826. #14  LOOKING FOR  SPECIAL HELP?  Seals 12 h.r. gaiden tractor wilh  power tiller. Lawn mower. Phone  alter 6pm, 886-3821.        #!4w  Fisher baby bear CSA approved  $350,686-3134. #14w  Men's British Raleigh 3 sp. bike,  $75; exc. cond. 885-4519. #16W  Smaller ladies 18 speed mountain  bike, $100.886-4943.      #16W  Beige corner grouping, $35; blue  velvet chair, $15; fertilizer spreader, $20; electric mower, $25.886-  2546. #14w  Cedar seedlings. 2 yis. old, flats  ol 150 lor $40 or 30 cenis each.  886-2922. #14w  24' colour TV with remote $350,  Kawai electric organ 4 bench  $600, 24ft aluminium exl. ladder  $65, sofa $350, sola 4 chair  $180, 3/4 size bed $100,2 bookcases, $75 each. All excellent I  condition 686-3992 #14w  Try a  Classified ad  offering a Career  Move.  We'll run your ad  in  NORTH  VACOUVER  *  CAMPBELL  RIVER  ���  MERRIT  ...and 100 more  B.C. and Yukon  community  newspapers. All  for just  $195  Thats 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 6, ll��l)J  1*)  Ttake Advantage ofotar New Classified Ad Special Coast News (Monday)  Run your classified ad 6 times,   m c'asSNoonDeFr1dnaey  and pay for only 2 times! tsr s^iSStofiiUi*  21   For Sale  Sanyo portable cellular phone  compact, lighl weight, eigonomic  design grip belt, $850 OBO 886  7097. ss  HA��/Sliaw$4.00/Bale  GARDEN MULCH HAV  $3.50/Bale  OATS/WHEAT. 10/lb.  Phone 885-9357  TFN  SATELLITE SALES  Gieen Onion Earth Station  B85-5644  TFN  4" PVC solid oi peiloialed pipe,  $11;ABS4 $23,3 $15; 2: $10,1  1(2", $6, all 10' lenglhs. will deliver. 886-3910. TFN  CEDAR SHAKES 4 LUMBER,  any size. Will cuslom cut 885-  5669 Ol 885 5601 TFN  6 cyl. Foid manne diesel. 4 ��� 1  capital gear $8500 obo.. oi  Hade loi tractor plus cash, 686-  9981. ss  22   Heavy  Equipment  136 Landiovei series 2A, very reliable, much woik completed,  $2750 886-3573. #14w  1990 Foid Aeioslai, XL7passen-  gei Al condition. $14,900. 886-  6481 ss  4-1��" Spinnei Hubcaps 886-9346  alter 5pm NC  1980 Lincoln Versailles Collector's  ilem. exc. cond $3000.866-2626  '86 Dodge Coll, 4 dooi, ps, pb,  aulo, exc cond $3500 060 886-  8271 ��l4w  1983 Malibu Wagon. Excellenl  mechanically some rust. $1495  OBO 885-2429 ��l5w  REDUCED! MUST SELLI  Youi dieam Prestige car 1987  Nissan Maxima lully loaded digital dash, onboard compulet,  dolby sound system, sun root only  31.000 kms. Mint condilion. Sacn-  Irceal $12,500.885-2418 eves.  ���15w  5th wheel trailer with 1611. Ilaldeck  needs woik $500.886-566   #15  BOBCAT &  MINI EXCAVATOR  FOR RENT  Attachments available  DAY. WEEK, MONTH  886-8538  Tractor 27 HP 4WD diesel, iront  loader, low hours, $8500. 885-  4832. ss  1979 Honda Prelude Runs  well.needs work some rusl. $530  OBO 886-3311 #15w  1977 Accord H/back, 5spd, rebuilt  eng. Hans, $900 OBO 885-2084  #15w  '1980 Volvo 240DL. leasonable  condilion, $3200 OBO 886-3811  #14w  1980 Chev Malibu, auto, ps.pb,  small V8 $950, OBO 885-5572  #14  Bobcal lor hire, cheap rales. 886-  4668. #I6W  955 CAT loader $10,000 885-  2503 ss  1972 Cougar 351 Cleveland,  needs minor work. $650 OBO.  886-8199 Alter 6:00pm.       #16  1978 Ponliac Trans Am, goldlimil-  ed edilion. glass Mops. 4 spd,  huisl $3000 OBO 885-9281 "I6w  1975 Foid Muslang, good running  Older $300 886-8005 #14  1986 Ponliac 6000 4 di, 4 cyl.,  aulo., PS/PB, powei dr. locks,  AC. AM/FM sleieo, $4995 OBO.  886-211101886-9018. SS  '81 Ponliac Phoenix spoil model  V6, 4 spd. slandaid, sunroof,  $2500. OBO. 886-8064.       #14  1979 Volkswagon Rabbit. $500,  886-8165 #16w  1974 Muslang II, V6, good tunning cond., Call Dale $300, 886-  3077 evenings. #16w  1984  Chev Cavalier, station  wagon, $3800 OBO 685-5528  #16w  1977 Ford Granada V8 aulo., exc.  cond., 69,000 ks. $1800. 885-  3374. ss  1976 Chrysler Coidoba, gd.  cond., low mileage, mounied  snow tires, asking $1000 885-  4831. ��I6W  '82 Mazda RX7 in exc. cond, well  maintained 105,000 miles, spare  winter lues on rims, $4000. 886  8032. #16W  1985 Plymouth lunsmo black, 5  spd mags, suniool, slereo, new  clutch, lad, exhausl, biakes.  $2500 OBO Call 886-8034 Nick  eves. "6  '81 Ford escort, ps, pb $1200   1976 New Yorker, Al cond., low  866-3559 #16    mileage $1900 886-9025       ss  1984 Jeep Cherokee, 4 dr, 4wd, 4  cyl, aulo, low kms, suniool,  am/lm, radio well mainlamed  $7995 886-8295 #16  $599.00  1981 Spml h/back, Spoily, economical. Includes Paits cai 885-  2373. I4W  Biand new rebuilt Volkswagon  Beetle engine 4 pails Presenlly  situated in smashed body. As is,  wheie is, $500 886-8284    ��14w  1981 Black Camaio, runs gieal.  Call 886-3290 ��14w  '78 Dalsun B210 luns well, good  gas mileage $750. '69 VW Beetle  loi pads 885-7775 #15w  1974 TR6 Parts (moloi, transmission) Hardtop, liies elc. Phone  8864704 ��15w  1990 Toyola Corolla SI wgn -  aulo. 31 OOOkms. mint $11,000  885-4455 ��i5w  77 Ponliac Verjluia V6 slandaid,  6000mi. 6 radial tires. $950 885-  9553 ��15w  Towing  I960 Chev Malibu. aulo. ps/pb.  small V8 $950 OBO 8B5-5572�� 14  ECONOMIC 35 MPG Escort 4  dr., gd. cond., no mst, 1 owner,  10 yrs., 46,000 ml. Irom new,  $2150OBO.886-8836.       #13w  1981 Toyola 4x4. good condilion  Asking $1900 885-4818       #16  1979 Dalsun truck new paint, new  ties, runs well. $1000 886-8309  alter 6:00 #14  1978 Datsun Pickup, rusly, luns  well. $120 886-9390 >16w  1986 fled 4 lunnei, Toyota, very  low mileage, 5 spd. 4wtil drive  $11,500. Lawnboy lawn mowei.  like new. $130. 2111 libieglass  boat V8 GMC power $3900 685  7738 (I6w  181/2' 5lh wheel. 1983 good  cond Suil small tiuck 883-1194  $9500 #16  79 Foid F250 4X4 good shape,  no rusl. $5500 666-8443.  #16W  1974 Foid Club WagonVan. Exlia  seal, asking $500 PL 886-2912 01  886-2606. #!6w  77 Dalsun X-cab 5 spd, in good  cond., new tues. $950.886-8032  #16W  Ckaan 17' trailer sleeps 5-6,3-way  Iridge. slove. lurnace. toilet $2750  886-3767 ��l5w  6 Dodge Maxi-Van Propane/gas,  libeiglass lop, semi campenzed  good cond $10,900 885-7492  ���15w  1978 21' Frontrei Motor home 460  Foid Chassis, propane New tires,  awning Low mileage 685-6052  115  33' Kuslom Koach, new Iridge. hot  walei lank, excel cond. $10,000  will reduce loi quick sale Belore  Mai. 31 view al #78 Sunshine  Coasl Trailer Park. 885-5770 or  865 7637 #14  Foi sale Boler trailer. $1950  OBO 886 6487 SS  1990 GMC ext cab compiele wilh  1990 Niiiihi'iti lights camper 4 14  1/2 It. lunaboul sunbnd 60 HP.  $32,000 886 7774 all 8pm.   #14  1975 Oodge Mam-Van, 3-way  Iridge. stove, lurnace, toilet, sink,  $5300.886-3306 ss  '81 Honda Civic auto, $600 OBO  altei 6pm. 886-8671.        ��I6W  1972 Volkswagen lor sale 01  pads, runs well, lots ol rust, $300.  886-9856 (lv. mess.}. #16  1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass  Supieme. 350, air cond., power  windows, very gd. cond. $1200  OBO. Season spill alder, $50.  tiuck load cedai, $30. Call 885-  6435. #16  1981 Corvette, $13,000. 886-  7774 all. 8pm. #14  '88 Meicury Topaz, like new,  $5500.886-283301886-7484. ss  Jeep CJ5 blue 360 CI dual  exhausts. 33" Marshall's chiome  directional wheels c/w soft top 4  bikini lop. gieat 4X4, $4500 OBO  885-9208 eves. #14  1987 Toyola. Sid, 5 spd, exc.  condilion. L-box, 51,000 kms,  $6000 883-2234 #16  1974 Fold Club wagon van. Extra  seal, asking $500 Phone 886-  2912oi886-2606 #16  1979 Black "CJ5 JEEP" Rebuilt  304, V8 Removable hardtop,  ps.pbw lues, good sleieo, trailer  hilch, well mainlaineo. $4900  OBO 885-3896 #15w  '87, Chev S15, mini cond. Box  liner, lape deck, 85,000k, $6700  OBO 885-3982 #!5w  81 Chev 3/4 Ion 4x4,350ps.pb,  4spd.. dual tanks. $4600 OBO  885-4019 #15w  1979 Foid 3/4 Ion, new biakes,  tires, battery, canopy $2200 OBO  886-3811 #14w  $899.00  1985 Nissan p/up. Includes parts  tiuck wilh excel, moloi. 885-2373  #14  55 Chev 11/2 Ion good body. Box  1113 Gibsons.    ' #14w  75 FORD 250 Pickup ps.pb. ciew  cab, new brakes, $1200 OBO  886-3134 ��14w.  '81 Chev 1/2 ion PU 4X4, 350  aulo, no rusl, while, Wain winch.  good looking truck. $3900 OBO.  986-4657 Mon-Fri, 886-3930  weekends. "14w  '81 Chev Pickup 350 aulo good  woik truck $700 OBO 886-8431  #14  CASH PAID  Foi Some Cais And Trucks  Dead Car Removal  Abex Used Auto Parti  and Towing  886-2020  TFN  1973 Super Beelie, $2500 obo.  883-9234.     . ss  Estate sale. 1977 Cadillac, low  mileage, good shape. Oilers  686-3306. ss  1980 Camaro 305 aulo., T-Tops,  Rally rims. $2600. 885-7113.  ss  1982 Volvo s/wOL 140,000k. new  lues, new exhausl $3500 886-  7397 #15w  1956 Fold Panel Tiuck Senous  inquiries only. Phone aller 6pm,  886-7684 #14  1977 F250 crewcab. 351 mod.,  aulo., P/S, canopy spare moloi  and Hans., $1600 886-8682  ��l4ss  1988 Chev. Cheyenne 1/2 Ion  pick-up, 4.3 lilie V6, PS/PB,  61,000 km., box mat, loolbox,  $8700. 885-2836.885-7413   ss  1985 Bronco II 4X4, auto.. CD  player, gd. cond., $7500 OBO  Days 686-9332 all. 7 eves 886-  2963. ss  77 Chevy Nomad, deluxe window  van, pans. 886-2878 ss  1953 Chev. 1/2 Ion. Rebuilt  engine. Radiais, $2700 obo.  885-1943. ss  25. Campers  1981 AMC station wagon, one  ownei, new biakes 4 tires, no  rusl, $2200 OBO. 886-8487. 13w  1989 Toyola Tercel deluxe 5 dr..  exc. cond., low mileage  AM/FMcasselle, Michehn lues,  $7500.886-2417. #14w  1986 Chev Nova 4 dr., no rusl,  good lues, exc. lianspoilalion,  $3800.886-3893. #14w  1980 Plymoulh Hoiizon, looks  good, runs well, $333.886-8069.  ��!4w  i-wiji    ;  Insured 1  Old car recycling ���  Cash fur H2-92 cars :  anil clean runners '.  ;         Free I'lcayufi '.  j !#:?.2.?L.Sd  CHEAP! FBI/U.S. SEIZED  89 Meicedes $200; 86 VW. $50;  67 Mercedes$l00; 65 Mustang,  $50. Choose liom thousands  stalling $25. FREE 24 houi  recording reveals deatils 801-379-  2935 Copyright #BC104JC.   #22  Used Camaio T-Top, $495 foi the  set, wilh coveis, 886-9500 anytime, ss  1975 Olds. Cutlass Supieme,  $600 obo. 686-6662.        TFNs  1974 Oldsmobile, new brakes and  exhaust. Mechanically sound,  $2400obo. 685-1943 ss  18.5 II plywood boal. cuddy  cabin, full lop, Meic cruiser I/O,  compass, depth soundei, new  battery, roll anchoi and chain,  trailer, A-1 shape Phone 885-  3246. #16  Moorage available Coho Manna  Resort. Madeira Park, up lo 40'  boal. $3.00 pel lool by monlh-  yearly 01 $4.00 pel lool by monlh.  Recreation trailer siles also available. 883-2248 III 7  1975 23' Vanguaid Tiavel trailer.  lully sell contained Good cond  $4200 885-7217 eves #14  81/2 Tiuck Campei, 3 way Indge.  piopane luinace and slove Good  clean cond. Can be seen al Wilson Creek Campground Site 11.  Asking $1200 #16w  1411 Voyagei trailer $500 OBO  886-7010 #16w  OH campei, 3 way Indge, slove,  luinace, 6 1/2 11., $1500.885-  4832. ss  Aristocratic lowliner tiavel trailer.  sleeps three. 13 It 10 hitch, easy  pull, asking $1000.885-4831.  #16W  1989 Prowler Regal High-line, 5lh  wheel. Loaded. Fionl living room  $23,900. 1990 1 Ion exlended  cab.sleepei. gas and propane 5th  wheel, loaded Cosl over $37,000  New. Sell $23,900 Sell separale  or both lor $42,000 883-9990  ��� I5w  1973 33' 5th wheel, good cond.  $6900 OBO 865-6396       #15w  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70 HP 1989-  1990 Eviniudes. Excellenl condilion. Lowe's Resort, 883-2456.  TFN  Yes! Theie Is a reliable local  propeller repair service. 885-  5278. TFN  19' Inboard Clinker lunaboul. veiy  lasl and in lop condition, sutveyed  value $8500. olleis 4 Hades con  sideied 666 2738 ss  Highlinei trailer, like new, 1000  kg. 14" lues. $1700 OBO 886-  3O01 ss  1979 27' Bayliner Victoria C/B  255 280 Leg. new engine, low  houis. lols ol exlias. $24,900  OBO 463 891901463 6959   ss  18' Davidson sailboat, new main,  new cushions, exc cond. $3800  885-9333 ss  SfCHELTMMHK    k  WaWYI LTD.     1  Captain llll Mum, 1  MCMIvIC    Ivt N A M S 1  M A R V C    ��� Marine   1  Surveyors ��tnd CunsullanlsB  MOORAGE  Pendei Haiboui. Monthly and  Yearly. 883-9177 or 883 9855H16  15 HP Mariner O/B less lhan 30  hrs .wilh gas lank. $1500 886-  9434 I4cn  27   Mobile Homes  REGENT-NEW  Built in Alberta a quality mobile  home, 2 bdim deluxe. The linesl  I4'x67' mobile on Ihe Coasl. Foi  only $54,900. Open 7 days a  week loi viewing. S.C.M.H.P.  886-9826 TFN  NEW HOME  44.900 l.p.  Sel up in Gibsons aiea, includes  Indge, slove, dishwasher as low  as 5% down OAC, call colled  597-3322 Vou could win a new  car TFN  VIEW HOME - 14'x70' In adull  park, new carpets, 2 bdrm., 3  appliances, large lot, fruit trees  and gardens. 885-7654.   ��16W  $9,500  2 bdrm. 12x40'. c/w slove. Indge.  Wanls TLC. good starter home.  S.C.M.H.P. 886-9826  TFN  8x40 U Fix $2000 oi trade Box  1113 Gibsons. ��14w  27' Calahna Sloop, Diesel  Inboard, dinette veision. propane  slove. good cond. $18,000 885-  2001 #16  26' Houislon Glasciall Volvo completely set up lot tailing. $15,000  Call Bill 885-4156 oi Al 885-3751  #14  1974 2011, Sangsle302 engine  886-3036 #!4w  Big Maples  $33,900  Immaculale 2 bdim, end unit,  overlooking gorgeous view, forest  setting, dining room, 2 big bdrms  4 appis. diapes. Veiy desnble  location. Nick 583-7653 Valley  Pacilic #14  16' Run Aboul/ lull canvas. flOhp  Merc, galvanized frailer, loads ol  exlias$5700OBO 883-9027HI6  14'Hobie Cal Asking $1200, 886-  8295 HI 6  36' all yellow cedai. 3 cyl 16hp.  Easlhope. oilers. 885-5523 #15w  30 II. sailboat, diesel Rawson.  ' $30,000 883-1112 ��16W  2611 Rossen Sailboat, sink, slove-  closed head. VHF exc. cond.  Sleeps 4 $6900 886-8094   #15w  300 cu. inc. Foid Gas wilh 2 5 lo  1 Gorg Warner. Both Zero hours  on rebuild $3000 OBO 8B6-8094  ��� I5w  2 alum. 12' boats. Foi info call  885-6236 #14  26' Houislon Glasciall. Volvo outdrive completely set up for fishing.  $15,000 Call Bill 685-4156, Al  885-3751 #14  2 Alum 12' boals. Foi into. Call  885-6236 #14  Double pontoon libeiglass bo.il,  6hp. Johnson Davidson sailing  dinghy 885-3856 #14  2011 Sailboat on trailer $2500 886  4566 #16  Moorage ��� Gibsons ��� May through  Selitemhei ��� up lo 32 II $275  886-7714 #14  Slyioloam lloals 6' x 40', 6' x 60'��  6'x75'. $18 per running toot Royal  Reach Molel 4 Manna 885 7844  ���I4w  1990 - 14 1/2 II. Houislon, complete wilh 1990 40 HP Meicury  elec. start, oil injection, lilt liailei,  like new, $5850.886-3197 oi 588-  9625. #l4w  1 float 16'x25' $5900 oi Iwo lloals  8x25' $3400 each, on air lilled 45  gallon conlaineis. Mooring buoys  $75 each. Phone 947-9447.  #15  1981 20' double Eagle hardtop  200 HP Volvo 280 leg. (H-6), Gib  sons Manna, $17,500.886-2694  ss  Pad avail. Apnl 1st $200 pei mo  S.C.M.H.P. 886-9826 #15  Trailer Pad  For Rent  Sechell - close lo hospital. Call  Roy, Sussex Realty. 885-6102.  #14w  NEW HOME  SECHELT PARK  Sel up in lamily paik As low as  5". down OAC, 885-7310 oi 597-  3322. You could win a new cai!  TFN  Quality mobile homes, Regents,  Modulines, pads avail or pnvale  properly, display homes open  daily. 1413 Hwy. 101, Gibsons,  S C.M.H.P 886-9826 TFN  2 bdim. 12'x40' ��� $9500 needs  TLC. gieal starter home loi Mi 4  Mis Frxil. #47-1413 Hwy. 101,  Gibsons.S.C M HP 886-9826  TFN  By ownei, 12x68 mobile home,  call 886-3039,886-7306.        ss  MUST BE SOLD!  2 bdim single wide, lamily park.  Newer carpels, lino, lighting,  deck, laige shed Only $17,900  Nick 583-7653 Valley Pacilic #14  24x52 three bdrm doublewide 5  appl.. must be moved avail mid-  Match. $35,000 666-9229      ss  28. Motorcycles  '86 Honda Aspencade, eac  cond. garage kept. $7500 886  9595 ss  KENMAC CYCLE IS NO  LONGER IN BUSINESS FOR  ALL YOUR MOTORCYCLE  NEEDS. PLEASE CALL MTHD  885-3137 THANK YOU: JAY��15w  85 Yamaha 750 Maxim X. Brand  new Tranny, 2 helmuts exc cond  $2250 886-7765. 686-8215 afler  5:00pm #15w  1984 Yamaha Virago 1000 Blk.  Gold. Chiome , Low kms. exc.  cond, mus: see. $3000 OBO  Phone 886-8009 eves.        #14  1984 Yamaha Virago 1000 Blk,  gold, chiome low kls, excel cond  musl see. $3000 OBO Phone  886-8009 Eves. #14  Monlasa 250. on-road/oll-road.  exc. shape, $1200. $699. 886-  765501220-9564. ss  1986 Yamaha XT600, exc. cond.  885-5564 ss  29   Wanted lo Renl  mi  Young senioi needs 1 oi 2 bedioom house/suite May oi June  1 si. leasonable rent, long lease  Sechell 885 7438 after 6 00pm  ���I4w  Gaiage   Robeils Cieek. Beach  Ave pielened 885 3757 eves  #l4w  Responsible couple looking loi  house on Sunshine Coasl loi July  A August Call collect 669 2260  ���14*  Woik,ni| couple NS/ND have  caielaking expenence and gai  dening Releiences. Robeils  Cieek aiea 885-5574 #14  Ptol. couple will housesil (pels  loo) liom mid-June, in return loi  leduced tent. Rels avail 885-  7914. #14  31   For Rent  2 bdim lurnished condo Jolly  Roger al Seciel Cove. Weekly  andhly tales, 885-7882      #15w  Foi lease 1/2 acie properly near  Sechelt 4 new school sel up lor  mobile home only 461 -3795��16w  2 bdim lownhouse quiel corner ol  senioi complex. Avail May 1 886-  7263 #16w  Supeib 1 bdim view apt, across  from Gibsons Yachl Club.  Kilchen, lilled blinds, carpet.  patios. Security door, laundry.  $650 886-3420. #!6w  31   For Renl  3 bdrm house, Davis Bay, 2 lull  baths, l/p 2 blocks lo beach, laige  yaid, some view $600 p/monlh  Avail Apnl I, Joe alter 7:00pm,  885-3572 ��l5w  1 bdim apait Unis. uncluded.  Rels. No pels, n/s 1 woiktng per-  son Deposil $400 p/monlh 886-  9233 #15w  Nice walerlront dpi al Seciel  Cove $650 Please call Hood al  685-9368 or leave message. #15  RV Spaces Residenlial/Consl  workers, lull hook up. lei, calv  avail. Gibsons area large landscaped sues $200/mo Incl elec  8867051 IIS*  PROPERTY  MANAGEMENT  SERVICES  Egmonl 1 bdrm. basemenl suite.  pailially lurnished 3/4 acie, watei-  lionl $295 includes utilities.  shaied washer, dryer, separale  leezer, no pets Rels Avail Apr  I 5248406 #14  Laige 4 bdrm home, hydro end  w/d. s/1 Roberls Cieek. $900 886  4567 or 886-8019 #14  Cabin Wilson Creek area. Suit  singler couple $400 per/mo 885-  3667 #15w  Lowei Gibsons 2 bdrm. view  suite Newly Renovaled Ihrough-  out has laundry pnvale sloiage  leave message 883-9707  #15w  Avail, mmed. Gibsons, bachelor  suite. I bdim suite. 3 bdim suite,  no pels 885-6009 #14w  10.000 sg. II. paved, fenced  space. Downtown Sechell  4 bdim 2 balh, basemenl, 6 appl,  Sechell Aiena aiea $750 Avail  May I  1 bdim lum. condo, view 1 yi  lease $600  2 bdim home, 6 appl, l/p. pari  basemenl. $650 Gaiden Bay  NRS Century West Really Ltd.  Property Management 685-2235  #14  Ibdim. bacheloi suite, pnvale  enhance, lull cable included,  panoiamic view, walk to leny,  $450.886-7394. ��I6W  Avail. May 1. Gibsons, 2 bdim.  suite with view, fridge, slove,  W/D, $700. 596-1669        #14w  3 bedrooms - 1,620 sq. It., neai  new lownhouse I t/2 baths. 5  appliances, covered sundeck, carport. $800 pei mo 886-4680 TFN  Gibsons w/l home, 3 bdrm,2  balhs living 4 lamilyioom, laige  kitchen, 2 f/covered sundeck, new  carpets 4 paint $875 pei/mo 925-  2107 #14  Wanted ��� midweek renter lor furnished house in Gibsons, pnme  waleilionl. 1-987-2591 oi 886-  7857. #14  3 bdrm lull basemenl view home  lowei Gibsons, avail May I,  $875/mo Phone 885-2978 all  5pm. ��16W  Cozy 2 bdim. duplex neai Manna  and shops. Call Bill 886-2277 oi  Sam 581-8078 avail. May 1 ��16W  3 bdim 1 1/2 balh lownhouse,  central Gibsons, adull oriented.  No pels. Avail May I, $600/mo.  8867051 ��16w  Renl oi sale Excel, terms I bdrm  oldei mobile home. Sechell aiea.  Furnished or unfinished 885-  7940 #16  3 bdrm main lloor cedar pana-  bode home. $670/mo. plus utils.,  avail. May 1 For appoint, to view,  call 886-9657 or 886-2121. ask  lot Janice. #16W  Trail Island apailments, Wesl  Sechell, beaulilul ocean view, 2  bdims., slove, Iridge avail  immed, $600.885-5143      116  Close lo all amenities. 3 bdim 2  1/2 baths, kilchen with nook,  gaiage window coverings,  appis .in new duplex. $850 298-  5215. ��14w  N/S lemale prelers same for  shared accommodation in my  home, $350/mo. North Rd., Gibsons. 886-8095. TFNs  Steve Sawyer  Kcsitlt'itlial  < niniiitrtiiil  Imliistritil  1 retirement unit  available.  Restrictions apply.  Relerences  required  Call Steve  Business  Opportunities:  I have a number  of very exciting  business opportunities available.  Call me  We will   -  Scieen potential lenlers  [io moving in inspection  Airenge lot maintenance  & repaiis  Coliect the letil A rlamngr  clpposil  Disbuise tent monies io  OWI1P'  Un iituving-oul inspection  FOH LEASE  \|i|ili>\iiiiiitrl\ 6(N) Ifi  1.11)0 sq, il. ul iiiiiulmis  fllitt- space in Ifiiu-r  tailtSIIIIS HIYfl. I.HIIll-  Inlil llliiy ptimili' Minn'  li-iisrlllllll inl|if mrlm-llK |  FOR LEASE  LOCATION  LOCATION  LOCATION!  Fabulous retail space  immedralely adjacent to  Galiano Market. Sechelt  (Beinadetle's Gallenes)  Pertecl location lor your'  retail business.  Avoid all the hassles  and problems and tor  just a pittance.  CALL the Piopeity  Management Expert  STEVE SAWYER at  GIBSONS  RI'AIalV   1,11).  886 2277  when you  pay for 2  FOR ONE WEEK  in either the Monday  or Weekender edition  up to 10 words  25 cents for each  additional word.  Births, lost &  founds; Free  All classifieds must be  pre-paid before insertion.  Sure Sell Classifieds  $15 up to 10 words  $1 each additional word  Your act, selling one item, will run 4 consecutive weeks,  then will be cancelled unless you instruct us to renew it  by classilied deadline ��� Not available toi commercial advertisers \  Coast News  CLASSIFIED DEADLINES:  Monday Edition Weekender  Noon Friday Noon Tuesdays  Gibsons 886-2622 Sechelt 885-3930 20  Coast News, April (., 1992  Coast News (Monday Edition) Classified Deadline:  Noon Fridays - Gibsons & Sechelt Offices  34   Help Wanted        ��� J-l   Help Wanted  Trailer Pad  For Renl  Sechell close lo hospilal Call  Roy. Sussex Really. 885-6102  IM*  Don Sutherland ol PEBBLES  REALTY LTO.will support youi  Residential, Commefcial ot Indus-  trial inveslmenl Peoples piovides  a lull seivice PROPERTY MANAGEMENT PACKAGE. Call Pep  tues al 886-8107 lor details  TFN  Avail loi immed occupancy I  bdrm basemenl suite avilti slove.  Indge. washei 4 utils mclud  Gianihams Landing 886-7249  atlei 7pm *14av  3 bdim apl. cental Gibsons heal  incl $575886-8150 TFN  New sell contained 2 bdim apt in  quiel home wilh view Suit business oi retirement couple No  pels, nonlsmoking 886-8475 HI4  2 bedroom house ��� Roberls Cieek  $420 pei monlh Avail May I si  327-9777 alter 5pm or 885-9265  #14  Waleilionl-newly renovated, 1  bdrm apartment Gower Poinl. non  smoking S550/mo (utils ind) 261-  1249 aller 6pm #14  I bdim duplex wesl Sechelt. $400  p/monlh incl. utils. 885-7655*14*  32. Commercial  lor Renl  1165 sq II. retail. Sechelt. three  pnvale offices $780 net.  2000,-10,000 squaie leel exposure, will builld to suil  New olfice space 800-2400 sq. It.  Wilson Cieek. S8 OOnet  Retail space New Plaza 900-3000  sq.lt. 14.00 nel  $40,000,yr! READ BOOKS and  TV Scripts Fill oul simple  like/donl like* lam EASY' Fun,  relaxing al home, beach, vaca  lions Guaianteed paychecks  FREE 24 hour tecoiding 801379-  ?905 Copynghl *BCI04EB   ��I4  lord Jim's Resort now acceplmg  applications lor Iront desk, sous  chel, piep cooks. P/T housekeeper and wailiesses loi 1992 season Phone 885 7038       ��!5aV  PLANNING COORDINATOR  Full time Ihiee monlh conliacl  posilron lequned lo develop a  strategic plan lot a women's cen  lie on the Sunshine Coasl  Responsibilities include woikmg  wilh commlunily gioups and  ptepanng a business plan  Requited qualifications excellent  communicaliot! and orgamralioiial  skills, knowledge ol Ihe community and computet expenence  Apply lo Executive Diiectot. S C  Community Services Society. Box  1069. Sechell. BC VON 3A0 by  Apnl 15. 1992 Foi mlo call 885-  5881 ��I4W  Giant Realty  886-3330  TFN  600 sq. II. piolessional ollice  space, giound lloor. lots ol park-  ing on Farnham Rd, upper Gibsons Call 886-7020 days.    TFN  RETAIL SPACE FOR LEASE  Seaview Place, Hwy 101, Gibsons 650 sq. II. j, 1300 sq. ft.  Lome 1-733-9883 TFN  370 sq. ft. store front with/withoul  slorage aiea. Approx 600 sq. fl.  warehouses/or shop space.  Fenced outside aiea also avail.  Central Sechelt. 885-7090 ��15w  Light industrial 750 sq. ft. units,  $475 or 1500 sq. II. units,  $950/mo Avail, immed. in Gibsons. Call Maigil at 1-921-6751.  ��14w  Davis Bay, Wilton Creek Hall  available. Wheelchair facilities,  885-2752, (85-9863. #21  Robeits Cieek Hall avail, dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7815. TFN  STORAGE  Heated, pallatized, gov't  approved. Len Wiay's Transfer  Lid. 836-2664 TFN  34. Help Wanted  sj  Receptionisl/Typisl  Weekend receplionisl lor busy  Real Estate ollice Please reply-  Box 889 Gibsons. BC       ��14w  VOLUNTEERS  NEEDED  Metis on Wheels needs  a piogiam assist,in! 2 - 4  hours per mo. Flexible  schedule.  Person needed in  Gibsons to wear a  costume promoting Ihe  upcoming Blood Donor  Clinic, in April.  People interested in Ihe  Block Parent program  are needed lo sit on a  committee.  Multiple Sclerosis  "Carnation Campaign"  needs a co-ordinalor lor  this year's campaign. Lots  of support available.  For these and more  opportunities please  contact the Volunteer  Action Centre,  885-5881  A service provided lor by  Ihe Ministry ol Social  Services and Housing  Accounting  Assistant  CGA (trm requites sell-  motivated, energelic  individual wilh experience in  accounting and  bookkeeping Skills lo  Include typing, computer  literacy, along with  pmliciency with the major  accounting, spreadsheet and  word processing software.  Responsibilities will include  reception, payroll, monthly  bookkeeping, file preparation  to Inal balance.  Salary will be dependent on  qualifications and  experience Good growth  potential lor the right person  Please hand-deliver  resumes lo:  SOPROVICH i CO.,  287 Gower Point Road,  Gibsons Quay,  Downtown Gibsons  Fully qualilied hair stylist with own  clientele preferred, but not necessary. The position is available ue  lo one ol oui stylists leaving Ihe  industry. Please call Elaine 886  3916 ��16w  Students lo work casual on call S  summer relief hours. To reply Box  1278 Gibsons BC,  FT/PT gas attendants, Shell Service Station. Lower Gibsons 886-  7306 #14  Part-time and full-time greenhouse workers needed. 683-9910  #14  Sunshine Coast Figure Skating  Club requires Professional coach  lor 1992/93 season, lor group and  private lessons. Apply to Box  1316 Sechell, BC VON 3A0 or  Conlact Barb Norton 886-9005  after 8:00pm *15w  Grammas Pub is looking lor reliable well groomed bartenders S  waitresses. Apply within.     #14  Require installers lor vinyl siding  company musl have own ladders,  tools and relerences. Mon-Fri  885-4572 #15w  EARN MONEY Reading books!  $30,000/yr income potential  Details 1-805-962-6000 Ext. CY  308 K14w  Assemble lighl products liom  home. Easy work - excellent payl  We provide delans-24hrs (604)  623-2380 Exl IA74 #18  Ladles!!! Duplicate youi husband's income. Work Irom your  home or office, earn $500-$I600  part-time, $2500 lull time. Call  886-2855 eves. #15  RepuiaWe ti'flic control conliac  tor excepting applications loi lull  lime & pari lime posilion loi ceiti-  lied. eapenenced Hag peisons  Phone oi la Cayoosh Conliacl  ing al I 452 3362 Mon Fu.  730ain500pm #14  Gel involved1  In a challetiqing new position wilh  Ihe Sunshine Assoc to' Ihe  Handicaped We lequne and  energelic & committed pei son to  piovtde casual leliel iileskills liam  ing \ caie to menially challenged  adull lemales in a residenlail sel  ting Musl be supportive ol inle  gi.nhandicapped persons into Ihe  community Musl be available lor  rotating shills x. have valid BC dn  ver's licence $IO/hi lo start  Phone Andiea loi appl at 886  3217 Closing dale Apnl 8/92 ��I4  Sunshine Cabs is now accepting  applications lot FT/PT dnveis.  musl be neai in appeaiance  Bung youi Class 4 and a driver's  absliacl lo 1045 Hwy 101 Suite  ���3.01 call 886 8914 m4  WANTED: 97 oveiweighl people  lo lose 10 29 lbs pei mo 100'.  naluial Docloi lecommended  We pay you Senous callers only  533-5576. #14  35   Business &  Home Services  Spring Time is Rooling Time.  Reasonable Rales. Fiee eslimales. Sechell Rooling 885-5498  114  COAST TREE lopping, falling.  dangei tiee lemoval. lully insured,  prompt service 885-9577 oi 649-  1748 Heib Beam 1119  NEED PAINTING?  Small |Obs a specially. Quality  woik guaianteed. Seniors discount. Foi quoles call Nick. 885-  6340 ��14vv  DO YOU NEED  Lawn/landscape maintenance  weedealtng, brushcutting. rubbish  removal., hedge tnmming, window  washing elc Skip's maintenance  Service 885-2373 #16  Certified Saw Filer  PROJECT PARENT COORDINATOR - Responsibilities include  overall operation of lamily counselling piogiam staff supervision,  financial management, piogiam  developmem, liaison with community agencies, and direct service  to families. Qualifications include  univeisity education in a related  Held with additional Paining and  experience in family counselling  and social service administration.  This is an interim posilion  requiied unlil October 1993. Currently 21 hours pei week wilh  increased houis possible subject  to funding. Submit lesumes by  Apiil 15 lb Execulive Director,  Sunshine Coast Community Services Society. Box 1069, Sechell,  BCV0N3AO. #14W  a  Shaipenlng & Repairs  to all cutting toots Including  Mower Blades A Chalnsaws  Jamie Harrop  t4t��f��l1llteMM   WMTtl  Residential/commercial renova-  lions. improvement, and repairs.  Free eslimales, reliable seivice.  David Reid 886-4642alt. 6pm.  #19W  Bookkeeping: Compuleiized or  manual. Phone 686-8611. "I6W  Will's Window Washing, seniors  discount, 885-7733, #16  Man with 1 ton dump Iruck will do  landscaping. Turf, cemem woik,  retaining walls. Delivery ol sand,  gravel and lop soil. Fiee eslimales, 7 day seivice. 885-2870.  Ray's Constiuction and Glass >  We do it hght the first lime. II you  have queslions oi job give me a  call 885-6386 #16  Alda Typing Service: Resumes,  buseis, invoices, elc. Linda 885-  8989 #16  HOME IMPROVEMENT  Flaming, carpentry, finishing,  drywall, painting, wallpaper.  Stefan Perry  886-3792   "CARTER ROOFING" Al ol  rooling and repairs. Ed. 885-  0(03 #15w  Alda Powei Wash 500 lo 3.000  psi. equipment, boals and residential. Seniors discount. Brian,  885-8989 #16  INTERIOR RENOVATIONS Will-  paper, paint, carpentry, drafting, Iree eslimales, Relerences  available. 886-8095 TFNs  Geneial housecleaning. Excellenl  leleiences on request Call 886-  3290 between 10 3 30       ��!4w  TREES TREE SERVICE  Danger Tiee Removal, pruning,  limbing I topping, shaping, land  clearing, logging. Fully  msuied.We buy timber. 10% discount seniors. 884-5263(24hrs).  ' Waiters, Waitresses,^  Dishwasher, Butpersont  Apply in Person  to the  NEW CHINA KITCHEN  Gibsons Park Plan  HiAry 101, Twialiy April 7M|  Friday, Afrit, 10  ^tetwsee IQiao-tm ��� liStam  $2M$500 WEEKLY Assemble  products at home. Easy! No selling. You're paid direct. Fully guaranteed. FREE 24 hour recording.  801-379-2985 Copyright  #BC104DH #14  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD.  Topping ��� Limbing ��� Dangei Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaranteed  Work. Free eslimales. 885-2109.  TFN  Falher t son lawnmowing Service. 886-8796 #15w  Man wilh 1 Ion will do rubbish  removal, demolition tiee removal,  hauling 7 day service, free estimates. Pal 885-2870        #15w  B. Varcoe footings, foundations,  sundecks. References available.  865-7977 #18w  For free estimate on renovations,  additions, new construction, call  Sound Construction 885-2887  (Roberts Creek). #14w  35   Business & 136   Work Wanted  Home Services  I  Drywall Finishing  Laige or small, lasl lettable pio  lessaorial Rob Hollet 886-3573  >l4w  KAYNOR  Inlenoi cleaning big oi small  bonded i reliable 884-5324 ot  686 2326 TFN  Compiele Bobcat Services  Excavaling  Badililling  Retaining Walls  Tienching  Landscape Consliucbon  Drainage  886-8538  37  Child Care  PRICE CARPENTRY  -25 Yis Expenence  -Fully Equipped  -Roleiences Available  -Design Consultation  BRIAN PRICE  MfetJMI      j.M-'HaH'l  It's Time Foi Spring Cleaning1  Call Excalibur Home Services  $!2/hi geneial cleaning. $l4/hi  walls, windows & moveouls  Phone Lola 886 3543 rels avail  ��l4w  YORKSHIRE GAROENER  Lawn problems7 Gaiden oul ol  conlm)* Need ttee piuning, hedgp  shaping7 Friendly, reliable sei  vice Fully insuted Commercial A  lesidential Relerences available  FRED 886 3526 TFN  SPOT LESS PWNT1NG  A WALLPAPERING  PRESSUHE WASHING  t.v.iui Wothnumtiip  FREE ESTIMATES  883-9843  36. Work Wanted  House cleaner available, lighl  hauling, gaiage sale letl overs,  basement and yard junk. 886  8593 ��Uw  IN HOME PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  Carpels ��� Upholstery   <���*  KJliiI'MlW  0SSIBLI RESULTS  I ASK AHIIUMI'  |:l*tiL��];1  i  886-3823  A DIVISION 01 KEN DEVRIES  S SON IL00RC0VEXINGS  Molhei ol t will babysit in hei  home Beside Gibsons Elemen-  l.vy 886 7375 II6  Funshine Daycaie a cai ing, sale  eniionmeiit. ciealive play maleii-  al, ECE cerlilied slall Fun. tun,  lun loi 2 I/2 lo 5 yi olds 886-  3377 ��i(,w  Puddieducks has openings Full  piogiam. lun, crafts, science and  mmi' 886-3767 DI5w  Responsible adult needed to  babysil I oi 2 days pei week Ret  please Phone 886-9650      II5  Molhei ol one will babysil in  home. 885-6252 "14*  Molly Mouse Day Caie spaces  available - 18 momhs lo school  age Fun-filled caring environment  with early childhood trained slall.  886-3913. 1130  38. Business  Opportunities  Interesting specialty magazine.  25% ownership available $25,000  cash How shows ovei 400%  return first year, plus well paid  e>ec. posilion. Write: Magazine  PO Box 1203, Gibsons, BC VON  tVO (Il5w  I, Betnie Rokstad, of Allteck Electric  Ltd., have applied lor private moorage  at N.W. corner of Lot A, Block 31, Plan  10880, DL1390, New Westminster District  Site Plan, File #2405557.  Subject  PENDER  HARBOUR  ICBC INJURY CLAMS  Free initial advice, call Anaslase  Maiagos 669-3441 #21  LOOKING FOR  SPECIAL HELP?  Home repair s maintenance, yaid  woik, hauling, leasonable tales.  Consideialion loi pensioneis. No  job lo small. 885-3580 eves. 5-  7pm. ill 4  Oualily cuslom framing, foundations, linishing. renovations,  decks. Conliacl or hourly. Gaiy  885-8934. #14  Experienced caipeniei loi hiie.  Foims, framing and linishing No  |Ob too small Call Drew. 883-  9478 KI5w  FOR SALE  Moos Brothers  Home Delivery Service  Have other Interest.  Serious Inqulrlea Only.  886-3644    Brian eves  COOL RUNNINGS  Lighl hauling, rubbish lemoval.  yard maintenance, rolotilling, odd  pbs. 885-3917 #17  Environmentally Inendly seivice  business loi sale. All slock and  existing cuslomeis plus some  equipment included. Woik liom  your home. Call 886-8329. ��l4w  Clip newspapeis items - $2.00 lo  $25.00 each! "Woik* al home-in  spaie time! Fiee details Clippings, depl. SZI0259 K150-1857  Wesl 4 th Vancouver. BCV6J1M4  #16w  Why buy, when we've  got your number?  LOW COST FAX  TRANSMISSION  SERVICE  886-7725 or 885-3954  ��� Send or receive  ��� Local, national,  international  ��� Reasonable rates  ��� Confidential service  For more information  call 885-3930 or 886-2622  Try a  Classified ad  offering a Career  Move.  We'll run your ad  in  NORTH  VACOUVER  ���  CAMPBELL  RIVER  ���  MERRIT  ...and 100 more  B.C. and Yukon  community  newspapers. All  for just  $195  Thats over  3,000,000 readers.  If you're BUYING,  SELLING, or  simply TELLING,  IT PAYS TO  SPREAD THE  WORD.  COAST^NEWS  Ctiiice Lane  Gibsons  Cowrie St.  Sechelt  FOR  INFORMATION  CALL  The Coast  News  at 885-3930  BCYCNA  BRniSH  COLUMBIA  AND YUKON  coaaaauNm  NEWSPAPERS Ot.fl  ASSOCIATION 11 JU  BLANKET CLASSIFIEDS  These ads appear In more than IOO community newspapers in B.C. and Yukon  and reach more than 3 million readers.  TO PLACE AN AD CALL THE COAST NEWS AT 886-2622  lor 25  words  $195  $3 70 each additional word  AUTOMOTIVE  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  Engines rebuilt lor cars &  trucks. 6 Cyl. from $995, 8  Cyl. from $1095.  5 Year or  100,000 Km limited warranty.  Bond Mechanical 872-0641  8-7 p.m. 7 days.   Toll-free  Mon-Fri 1-800-663-2521.  IMAGE CONSULTING CA-  REEROFTHE90SI Exciting  and financially rewarding.  Work own hours.   Training  FREEonly until Apr.30. Some  Investment     necessary.  Please call RHYA 1-595  0971.  DOORS! WINDOWS! Inte  COMING EVENTS  rior and exterior wood, metal  and French doors, wood windows, skylights. MORE! Call  collect to WALKER DOOR  and WINDOW in Vancouver  at (604)266-1101.  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  Adams Lake Store.    Fully  renovated store and residence.   Showing excellent  return. Hall acre. Ideal lamily  operation. Located between  Salmon Arm and Kamloops.  Must Sell.   $275,000 plus  Stock. 679-8904.  Marital Ihe world's first digital  compression direct broadcast  satellite system lor pay per  view and subscription Home  entertainment.   Incredible  profit.  Royalty and residual  income. Potential lull-time or  part-time with no investment  in inventory. A marketing opportunity wilh sales expected  to rival the VCR.  For more  Information, call Kirk at  HISTORICAL FIREARMS  AND  MILITARY  SHOW.  P.N.E.Grounds, Forum Building.   Saturday April It, 10  a.m. - 6 p.m., Sunday April  12,9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Admission  $4.00.  MATSOUI CENTENNIAL  HOMECOMING July 3-5,  1992. An open invitation to all  previous residents, pioneers.  and friends ot the District of  Matsqui.   Come home and  celebrate 100 years In a historic week-end of activity and  lun lor the entire family: Dinner/Dance, Golf Tournament,  Sporting Events, District  Tours, Family Picnic and  much, much more.  For further Information call 1 855-  1992 or write: Matsqui Cen  tennial Society. #200 32315  South      Fraser      Way,  Oearbrook, B.C. V2T 1W7.  EDUCATION  (306)862-2615.  Unique opportunity. Respectable permanent upper Income, Immediate cash flow.  Noi glamorous or high tech,  yet stable, with repeat customers.   Need ethical individual who can manage own  business.   Investment required for exclusive territory  TRAIN TO MANAGE an  Apartment/Condominium  building.   Many jobs available.  Government licensed  home study certification  course.   Call lor details:  (604)681 -5456 or 1-800-665-  8339.  KIR SALE UBC.  and lull training. 850-2113.  INTERIOR B.C. LIVESTOCK  &HAYHAULING BUSINESS.  Carrier plate included. Equipment optional.   More info -  write to Box 100, Bridge Lake,  B.C. V0K1E0.  Backhoes 2 14 W.D., 950,  960, loaders, 18* x 36* jaw  crusher, dump trucks and  pups, 455 case loader, water  truck, excavators, and more  equipment not listed. Call Vic  493-6791.  DREAMS DO COME TRUE.  You can have your own business making people happy  with music. No franchise fees.  Company support. High prof-  Its. Unlimited opportunity  1-  800 263-1900.  PURE  ORGANIC  WILD  RICE. Producer direct. Save  $$$. Bulk, packaged. Popular lor gluton tree diets too.  Sale prices. Aqualand, Box  306, La Ronge, Sask   SOJ  1L0. Fax: (306)425 2057.  FOR SALE MISC.  SOLAR POWER PRODUCTS Canada's largest selection ol Solar Panels, Wind  Generators, D.C. Accessories. Used solar panels from  $300. Free Catalogue.  Phone: (604)727-7720.  SOLTEK Solar Energy, #2 -  745 Vanalman Ave., victoria,  B.C. V8Z3B6.  PROTECT YOUR PET from  fleas for under $30. Scientific  breakthrough. For free details send return address to  Roberts Distributing, Box  1015, Woodstock, Ontario  N4S 8A4.   HEALTH  CALL NOWI Free Mail Order  Catalogue Irom Vitamin Discount Stores. Please call 1-  800-663-O747 or in Vancouver 321 -7000 for all your Vitamin Needs.  HELP WANTED  PROFIT FROM THE RECESSION? Every lew years a  truly different opportunity  comes along Irom anything  you have ever seen. Learn  how you can profit 1 -800-465-  5400.   We need F/T-P/T people your  area. Just legalized Die remarkable light lure for fishing.  Exclusive areas, home-  based, full support. Sold by  Canadian Tire. Call 1-631-  2914.  DISPLAY advertising manager lo supervise display staff  to maximize revenue in retail  sales. Prefer newspaper  sales experience. Abboteford  Times, 33228 S. Fraser Way,  Abbotsford, B.C. V2S2B3.  BOAT TOPPER/UPHOLSTER WANTED. We are now  accepting applications In a  large professional shop in  Campbell River. II you are a  team player and have 8 years  experience In design,  patterning and top building  call 287-2643. Good  remuneration and benefits.  BLANKET ADS  An Advertising 'Best Buyl*  HELPWAHTED  WANTED FORD PARTS  PERSON FOR PROGRES  SIVEOKANAGAN DEALERSHIP.   Three to four years  Ford experience required.  Fax resume to V. Atkins, Fax  492-8181.  HERE'S THE CURE lor the  'No Money Blues'. Independence, job flexibility andunlim-  ited potential can be yours.  So....shake off those blues.  Call us today at 1-800-861-  3305. Ma Cherie Home Fash  Ion Shows Oakville, Ontario  (EST. 1975).  Kamloops Chrysler Dealership requires Auto Technician.   Excellent pay, good  benellts, company pension  plan and a great place to live.  Call Glno 374-4477.  CRUISE LINE EMPLOYMENT PACKAGE. Types of  Jobs/How to get those Jobs/  North America Contact Directory/Morel Fordelailscall:  (604)535-3539.  LIVESTOCK  PERSONAL  Creativity&yourchild. Tinisha  Taruc in conversation with  Youth Director, Gord Sutherland on channelling young  minds for success. Receive  cassette information call 583-  9509 or write Young Writer's  Workshop, #301, 10463 -  150th Street, Surrey, B.C.  VSR 4B3.  REAL ESTATE  PROPERTIES TO BE SOLD  for unpaid taxes. Crown Land  availability. For Information  on both write: Properties,  Dept. CN, Box 5380, Stn. F,  Ottawa, K2C3J1.  PRIVATE GETAWAYS seeks  privately owned recreational  rental properties for weekly  rentals on behalf ot owners.  There Is no cost to property  owners. Call colled 675-4600.  OKANAGAN LAKE - Residential lot subdivision! Spectacular view of lake! Priced  Irom $48,500 to $59,9001  Conlacl Homelife Peachland  Really    Ltd.,    Box   88,  CALGARY SPRING HORSE  SALE.   Calgary Exhibition  Grounds, Sunday, April 12th  at 1O0 p.m.   125 horses.  Auctioneer Gary Maclean.  (403)236-4100.  Peachland, B.C. V0H 1X0.  Phone (604)767-2744.  RECREATIONAL VEHICLES  R.V.'s New a Used.  Motorhomes, Filth Wheels,  Trucks, Trailers, and Camp  1/2 ARAB 7 year old mare  grey, trained open western,  professlenal reference supplied. Many championships.  Excellentbreeding. 467-8712  or 463-6455.  ers. Trade-upor Trade-down  at Butler Auto & R.V. Centre,  DL5333, Kamloops, B.C.,  2405 E. Trans Canada High-  way,8-8,Call Now372-5518.  RESORTS  MOBILE HOMES  CABINS. SARATOGA RESORT. Beautiful North  Shuswap. Phone 1(604)955-  2449/1(604)955-6594. May  -September. Book Now.  NEW DELUXE 14 wide, 2  bedroom, 2 bathroom, with  fridge, stove, dishwasher and  many other extras.   Just  $34,995.   Homes Canada,  Calgary, (403)266-2488.  PERSONAL  SERVICES  MajorlCBC and injury claims.  Joel A. Wener trial lawyer lor  22   years.   Call   collect:  ADDA LITTLE SPICE! College Roommates - Cindy,  Usa, Diane and Jennifer -  have exciting personal photos ol themselves lor sale.  Fordlscreetlnlo.writeSPICE,  Box 670-GB. Kelowna. B.C  v 1�� /P4. Adults only pluasoi  (604)736-5500. Contingency  fees available. Injured In B.C.  only.  WANTED  Wanting to buy a 4-6 yard  bucketforaHough 90 Loader.  Phone 1(604)620-3394. ( ii.isl News, April6, 1*��42  21  ephemera  Garderners invited  to Galiano gathering  Gulf Island gardeners art  extending an attractive invitation io their confrem on the  Lower Mainland,  Southern Vancouver  Island and the Sun  shine Coast. Galiano  island will he hosting  a Gardening Week  end, subtitled Gardens  within a Garden, lea  luring a tour of eight  home gardens, and a  host of other activities  including a dinner lecture al  which the ipeakei will be well  known author, journalist and  horticulturist Anue Lovejo)  A Country festival ot Gat  dens will feature rotating semi  nars on waler gardening, shade  plants, rhodo propagation, herb  culture and cuisine, wild How  ers and much more Also repre  seined will he demonstrations  of dried floral ail. gaiden pot  tciv and ornaments and twig  furniture making  Garden painting, photogra  phy, hooks and crafts will he  Garden  tours ami  dinner  lecture  featured  old together with a selection ol       IPtl.  haul to I ind plants, and a panel  of master gardeners will he  available lo discuss your horticultural dilemmas  The weekend,  June 20 and 21, is  a fundraiser lor the  purchase of endangered Bodega  Kidge. a speclacit-  lai Hail along the  spine ol Galiano,   . rich in wild Mowers and rate man  tanita that rambles along ihe  ndge will lie led h> knowledgeable local guides as part ol the  program  II youi feel give out, lake a  sail along Tiincoinali Channel  or lo the new Wallace Island  Maiine Park in one of the 46-  loni catamarans which will he  dulling through these tpectacu-  lat waters on continuous relaxing ciuises  For brochure containing  compiele   details   write   to  Galiano Garden club, c/o S22,  C6, RRI, Galiano. BC VON  A solid, health, temperament of a good lab-cross, ihis young all  black female is ul Hie SPCA waiting lor a caring home.  remember when  ���5 YEAHS AGO  Provincial NDP leadership candidate and former Vancouver  mayor Mike Hnrcottri was delighted lo have time dining his recent  visit to the Sunshine Coasl foi a chnl with his long-time friend Grace  Maclnnis, former Ml'. Ml.A and daughter ill the founder of the CCF  (NDP) J.S. Woodwortlt  One of the elk recently transplanted to the Sunshine Coasl was  lound dead apparently from transport shock Six elk remain, including one mature hull and three mature cows which have been collared  to monitor their activities  10 Yl'AKSAGO  Local fishermen have protested the location of the new breakwater  in Gibsons Harbour They point out that llie increased protection they  have been seeking for years will not be afforded by the localion of  the new $l..l million breakwater.  Alderman Brian Sleleck ol Sechell, who is also the chairman of  the regional board has announced his retirement from politics lo enter  the ministry His resignation follows thai ol Sechell Alderman  Charles Lee, announced earlier in the week  Molly's Reach achieves re-modelling after a script called for a  speeding yellow sedan lo he driven into the Iront of llie Structure in  the first show of llie llJX2 season  15 YEARS AGO  The Sunshine Coasl records ils seventh consecutive month of  lower than average precipitation, Rainfall in March was 30 per cenl  less than the previous year and there was no snow.  2*5 YEARS  Grade ft and 7 students from the Indian Reserve School will he  incorporated into Sechell Elementary School in September as part of  an integration program. Lower grades will he incorporated us soon as  Ihey can be assimilated.  l*S YEARS AGO  Lasl Thursday, meal rationing fot consumers ended. The  announcement was made in lite House ol Commons by Finance Minister Douglas Abbott meatless days in restaurants, Tuesdays and Fri  days remain in effect. Meat consumption ill Canada is now aboiil 1.12  pounds per person per year.  We care  We Are Alwitys There  When You Need Assistance  For further Information  contaci:  579 Seaview Road  Gibsons, B.C.  886-9551  CHANNEL ELEVEN  luesilai April 7 .IW2   7:11(1  (iilasaiiLs Pool Keliffv.ititins  7:.WI  "I Am a Cameia" ml  llie Itliilugiaplis ol Ken Hell  Ml  Talk In yaaul Local Government  Carol lllahey takes the hosts cli.m litis imiiuh.  Wednesalila  Apiil 8,1992  7:011  Masks Make up \ llie Media  H.IKI  Classic Cais #7  "My Little Friend"  Number 7 m llie seiiesliimi Delta Cable 4  8-JO  lis I' l v Cable Conneciloni  Special Filiiinn  Front llie Flpliinslnnc liioailciMing student)!  9:30  Sechell Gravel Bxrtactlon Public Meeting  Full coverage ol ihe Sechelt town meeting.  Thursday April I.I'm 7:00  I'iiiliiimentaiy lalkliack  Live plume in  Maureen Clayton is the boat, Ml.A Qoidon Wibon .md Ml' Ray Skel  lv aie ihe gucis  8:00  "I Am a Cameia" H2  Hie Photographs ol Ken Hell  H:.HI  Tlie Sunshine Coast Salmonld Enhancement Society  It you are a sports fisherman oi in ihe commercial salmon fishing industry the S.C s lis is ul interest lo you,  Retirement and Insurance Planning  ��� Ketireini'iit  I'l.uiiiinL!  ��� lift'& Disability  Insuraiiu-  ��� Employee Benefit  Hans '  ��� LawrvmeK.  ChamheiM. CU  ��� K80--H11  ��� Toll Fire:  l-��XM>(>.-r2051  Multul Kiiiil* Ihi-ihc Willi  lltUlltlJIlllPHipia-l   IiUkI- fill  UJASIB1.RS  Sen ing Ihe Sunshine (iiasl Siniv I4S2  coast  IF ��0U H����E S0METNINC TO StU, IH IMi  ' ceasr mws en rott on the mem rates  T��^^  This Community Television  Schedule courtesy of:  til ll^lfaVlTNi lIM llll  5921 Reef Road, Sechelt  $134,900  S  Our  Choice  The Sunshine  Coast...  A Healthy  Community?  Do We Live In A Healthy Community  The Healthy Communities Initiative, sponsored by the  Provincial Ministry of Health opens the door to discussion  about the health of our community.  Your liiipul Is Vital  A series of public meetings will give you the opportunity to  define a healthy community and determine the direction we  should he moving to make the Sunshine Coast a healthy  community.  Its our community   our choice  PUBLIC MEETING  Coining to your community  lues. April 7, 7:30pm - Langdale Elementary ��� 1551 Forbes  Wed. April X, 7:30 pm - Marine Room  Thurs. April S, 7:30 pm - Cedargrove Elementary -1196 Chaster  Call 885-2261 and leave a message  for futher information.  To help you fill out  your income tax return  v  ) \ Extended hours  From February 24 to April 30, we offer an "after hours" phone  service from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., Monday through Thursday.  f/y?  You can also call T.I.P.S. Info-Tax, our automated phone service,  ^Jr  24 hours a day, 7 days a week, for recorded information on selected topics.  No-calculation returns  To make things easier, we've designed two simpler lax returns  lhal don't have any calculations.  These optional returns are greal for people with straightforward  lax situations. If you're under 65, you can use ihe "Short."  If you're 65 or over, ihe "65 Plus" is for you. Whatever return  you use, you should till oul only one.  Make sure your return is not delayed  Lois of people till oul Iheir lax return with greal care, only to  miss details thai can make all ihe difference. For example, if  your address is incomplete or incorrect, your refund could be  delayed or sent to Ihe wrong place.  If you will be moving, write the new address on your return,  or if you don't know il yet, please call us to let us know as  soon as you can so we can update your file.  Another important detail is attaching all the slips and  receipts that support your claims for credits and  deductions. If any are missing, your return may  get held up while we contact you for Ihe information.  Revenue Canada  Taxation  Revenu Canada  Impot  Canada Coast .News, Npiijo, 1992  k  S3<*  ,3o*'�� r  ***��*, Sto*     i  Over $1/4 million  of stock HAS TO GO!  SUMMER'S  SUNSET  M.S.R.P *44sw  t In-Stock ",v"  Meinher oi   L yd.  'CONNECTtONl  XtraUfe  'KWm-  < ���.SANA'S I \Kt.Ksr HOOK IllUmV.l Willi  Tarkett  Twenty  /Twenty  Regular s3l9%vrt  In-Slock s  X8     sq. yd-  In-Stock only  sq* yd-  Large NEW  Selection  of Roll Ends Many  Valued at  Over $45 per sq. yd.  SAVE over $25sq.yd.  on this PRIME CARPET  LARGE SELECTION  of NeW Patterns  From Armstrong  In-StockONLY H895sq.yd.  ���     BERBERS   H  TuffHard Wearing  at ONLY *8��%. yd g  Room Size  Remnants  up to 9x12'  99^ sq.ft.  WANTS  50 ^ sq.ft  carpet&Lino  Now Stocking Roll End  Drapery Fabric  Colour Co-ordinate with  Your Carpet & Lino  SAVE BIG  ON IN-STOCK SELECTION  GRASS TURF  $449sq. yd.  ;en & Brown  "a touch of class"  Palm Springs  Dusty Rose Cut & Loop  Reg. $44.95sq.yd^~^  Over 100 Rolls of In-stock LINO fo choose from  CANDIDE  Roll Ends up to 12'  Long ONLY n29Ssq. yd.  Cambray  Builders' Special  CMHA Approved  Starting at $595sq. yd.  HOURS: i  9-5 Monday-   MAKING HOMES BEAUTIFUL FOR 35 YEARS  SATURDAY 709 HWY. 101, GIBSONS ��� 886-7112  MasterCord  ,.

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