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 Saturday evening Tony Duffy (right) displayed the speed and agility lhat he hopes will carry him to the  Olympics. Here he sneaks a punch Ihrough the defense of Rodney Simon al the second annual SCBA  smoker (see story righl).  _K�� colUm photo  On Saturday night  Crowd cheers Duffy  on to victory  by Ken Collins  Two hundred and twenty  people stood and cheered Saturday night as Tony Duffy  entered the ring as the local  favourite in the main event at  the Sunshine Coast Boxing  Club's second annual smoker.  The event was held at the Gibsons Curling Club and the object was to raise money for the  boxing club.  Voluntarism was the spirit of  the day. Over 30 individuals  from up and down the Coast,  many of them from the business  community, had donated a total  of thousands of hours to make  this event happen. The very ring  that the six pairs of contestants  participated in was a result of  donated supplies and labour  and will remain the property of  the boxing club with a permanent home on the Coast. To  purchase a ring like this would  cost somewhere in the  neighbourhood of $7800 in US  funds. The curling club donated  the premises and Cable 11 was  on hand to record the event.  Tony dances into the ring  with the crowd wildly cheering.  "Tony...Tony...Tony..." rings  oul Ihe chant. The bell rings and  he and his opponent, Rodney  Simons, face off.  Three judges sit around the  ring. The boxers will be fighting  three three-minute rounds for a  total of nine minutes. It is not a  lot of time.  Both fighters are wearing  head protectors. The name of  the game is to win as many  points as possible. At the end of  each round the better boxer  receives 20 points and his opponent proportionately less. If  either of the boxers look like  Ihey are having a difficult time,  the referee will separale them  for an eight-count and if he  feels one is outmatched he will  stop the fight. But that doesn't  happen here, both opponents  are evenly matched. The crowd  roars every time one of Duffy's  punches lands.  At the end of the third round  bolh fighiers wait apprehensively as the scores are handed in  and tallied. Again the crowd  stands and cheers. Duffy has  been announced the winner!  "I was pretty happy with my  performance," he later told the  Coast News. "My opponent  was good at tying up inside so I  couldn't get my fast flurries. He  had a good hook but my  double-jab right hand was  working well. 1 backed off in  the second round and came on  strong in the third."  For Duffy it is all strategy  and tactics much like a game of  chess.  Please turn to page 20  mmmtwam^  The Sunshine  Published on the Sunshine Coast        25'per copy on news stands       April 11,1988        Volume42        Issue 15  After 31/a years  Bill Lasuta (standing) and olher Georgia Bluff residents stand firm on sewage question (see slory below).  ^^ ��� i _*^ ��� ��� ���Km Collins photo  At Gibsons Council  Sparks still flying  over bluff sewer  , Sparks flew for a brief lime  during the question and answer  period at Gibsons Council last  week as Mayor Diane Strom  and Georgia Bluff Residents  Association spokesman Bill'  Lasuta faced off in what appeared for a while to be a Mexican standoff.  Unfortunately, the formal  portion of the meeting had  already been adjorned so Cable  11 viewers in their homes missed  the liveliest part of the evening,  already been adjourned so  Cable 11 viewers in iheir homes  missed the liveliest pari of the  evening.  The conflict seemed to pivot  around Strom's assertion that  sewage service to Ihe Bluff was  'inevitable' and Lasuta's position that you can process  sewage effectively withoul hauling it away in a pipe.  Even though council earlier  passed a motiqn not to proceed  with the proposed sewer service  to the bluff, the Bluff residents  appear to want some kind of  alternate strategy so that they  won't be faced wilh the same  proposal resurfacing again and  again.  Part of the problem is that  there are undeveloped lots on  the Bluff that cannot be built on  without either a holding tank or  municipal service.  "Are you under the impression that every lot up there can  be built on?" asked resident  Joe Pelcrs. He suggested that  perhaps it should be accepted  that some lots simply could not  be built on.  "Il doesn't have to be a  whole thing for the bluff," said  another resident who suggested  that a mix of disposal systems  be looked at.  But Strom alleges that there  are two systems presently on the  Bluff lhal are malfunctioning.  "Who are they?" asked  Lasuta. "We have a right to  know."  Strom would not say. She  stated she received the information in confidence.  "Why does it take a conflict  like this to bring this out?" asked Lasuta.  "Everytime we have met, you  have come on very hostile and I  object to that," responded  Strom.  It was finally resolved lhat  Alderman John Reynolds  would attend the next meeting  of the Georgia Bluff Residents  Association and that the expertise of Dayton and Knight  would be utilized to explore options.  Gibsons Chamber  to elect officers  The Gibsons and District Chamber of Commerce will hold  its election of officers for the 1988/89 year on Wednesday,  April 20,1988. The election will take place during the General  Meeting to be held in the Marine Room (below the library)  beginning at 7:30 pm.  In accordance with the chamber bylaws (article V. section  19) the officers shall be a president; vice-president; secretary;  and treasurer; as well as nine directors. Nominations for these  offices will be held open until Friday, April 15. Anyone  wishing to run for office should contact Mr. Rich Mennie,  president, at 886-8811 or call the chamber office at 886-2325.  All members in good standing are eligible to vote in the  elections. Members are encouraged to attend this meeting and  show your support for the chamber.  St. Mary's gets  pastoral care program  by Penny Puller  It's taken almost three and a  half years to get off the drawing  board, but'St. Mary's Hospital  will soon have a pastoral care  . TSTofcrfrm. late in 1984,  Reverend Neil Parker responded to the hospital board's suggestion that such a program be  instituted. It had been noted  during the hospital accreditation process, that St. Mary's,  which has top ratings in other  categories, had no pastoral service.  The principle stated by the  provincial government in their  hospital accreditation forms is,  "Pastoral services shall be  available to patients and their  families, as required, for  spiritual and moral guidance to  supplement their physical and  mental care."  It took until January of this  year for the actual policy proposal to be drawn up by  Reverend Parker and on  January 25, it was accepted by  the hospital board.  Three weeks ago, at a  meeting of all the clergy on the  Sunshine Coast, the ecumenical  community also endorsed the  Partners  organize  Canfor Corporation and Oji  Paper Co. Ltd. have announced  that they have completed the  establishment of their equally  owned company, Howe Sound  Pulp and Paper Limited, effective April 1, 1988.  The new company, consisting  of the former Howe Sound  Pulp and Westcoast Cellufibre  Divisions of Canfor, will start  immediately on a major program of upgrading and expanding the market pulp mill at  Port Mellon and constructing a  newsprint mill with related  TMP facilities.  The directors of the new  company will be P.J.G.  Bentley, M.H. Gunther, R.A.  Bickell and A.G. Armstrong  from Canfor, J. Kawake, M.  Kobayashi, R. Ebihara and M.  Utsugi from Oji, as well as W.I.  Hughes and M. Kinzuka nominated by both shareholders.  The officers of the new company will be P.J.G. Bentley and  J. Kawake as Co-Chairmen of  the company, W.I. Hughes as  President, M. Kinzuka as Vice-  President, G.C. Thomson as  Controller and R.F. Weinman  as Secretary.  concept and Parker's specific  proposal.  The program that has been  outlined is based partly on  Parker's own experience, which  before coming here had been  almost exclusively with providing pastoral care in Calgary.  But that was in AlSerla, and  there are some differences  Parker says. So much of his information has come from West  Coast General Hospital in Port  Alberni, which has been working on ihe establishment of ihis  kind of service for many years.  One thing thai is emphasized  repeatedly, is that this is entirely  voluntary service, available to  patients who request it. Upon  admission to St. Mary's, patients will be asked about  religious affiliations in order  that the appropriate member of  the clergy can be contacted  should the patient or their family feel the need for spiritual support.  Members of the clergy will  also be available on request for  people with no specific church  affiliation.  "One of the requirements of  being a spiritual caregiver is a  respect   for  others'   religious  beliefs," Parker said. Those involved with the pastoral service  will, "help use the elements of  the patient's faith which may  facilitate the therapeutic process."  The clergy will be working as  a leam in this program, with  nurses, doctors, and hospital  administration, in order to address all the needs of patients  and their families. An orientation session has been slated for  May, where participants in the  pastoral care program will  become familiar wilh hospital  procedure and their place in it,  and staff will be inlroduced to  the new service.  Following that, there will be  in-service sessions to iron out  the bugs, continuing education  workshops for those involved,  and the establishment of a  pastoral care committee which  will include liaison people from  ihe nursing staff, doctors, administration and the board of  directors, as well as the clergy.  If all goes well, the service  should be available lo patients  and iheir families who request it  this summer, with final details  sorted out by September.  Jim Verster of North Vancouver receives the Coasl News Challenge  Cup from publisher John Burnside al Ihe conclusion of Ihe  Eleventh Annual April Fool's Day Run on Sunday, Ihis year  finishing at the Sechelt Indian Band Hall. Details of finishers,  limes, and Irophies nexl week. - v����� ehioii pholo  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945  t>, Coast News, April 11,1988  Comment  Signs may mislead  There are signs of growing disenchantment among some  members of the Social Credit party with its unpredictable  and outspoken leader.  It is nol just that he accused his caucus of lacking 'mox-  ie', whatever the precise meaning of that Ihe premier intends, over Ihe issue of aborlion.  Perhaps significantly are ihe headlines lhat tell us that  the most loyal party member of them all is criticizing the  premier's principal secretary on the issue of the development of the former Expo lands.  Of course when Grace McCarthy criticizes David Poole  we are at liberty to read the criticism as being of the  premier at whose instigation Poole sits on Ms McCarthy's  board.  Any leader who may be losing Ihe loyalty of such an  iron-dad supporter as Grace McCarthy mighl be seen lo  be gelling inlo deep trouble wilh his parly, especially when  the apparent rift in the upper echelons of Ihe Socreds is  coupled wilh recently published polls which indicate the  party now trails the NDP by a considerable margin.  Ii would be a mistake, however, for (he NDP lo start  celebrating. The resiliency of Ihe ruling party in B.C. has  been truly remarkable over Ihe years and with or without  Mr. Vander Zalm il will be as much as ihe NDP is likely lo  be able to handle in the nexl election.  Further, if a recent meeting with the premier and cabinet  is anything to go by Ihe premier may not be in as much  trouble as the big city dailies would hope. It was evident at  a recent meeling of the publishers of weekly papers wilh  the premier and cabinet thai ai least the published voice of  small town B.C. appears lo be admiring of ihe premier in  overwhelming majority.  Whatever the current difficulties, neither Ihe man nor  his parly can possibly be written off.  Strange  Some reflections on the news out of Sechelt lately:  Mayor Koch asks his council if they want to spend $300 on  grass seed for Block Seven. Council demurs citing a fear  that people mighl walk on it or that, untended, the grass  would be a fire hazard.  This is the council that didn't appear to blink when they  purchased Block Seven for about half a million dollars.  Strange, isn't it?  S YEARS AGO  A Roberts Creek resident reported a 'small explosion  and hissing sound' at the ICG Canadian Propane tank  site in Roberts Creek last Tuesday. The witness said that  it appeared a short flexible connector in the loading pipe  between the dock and the landfill area had burst,  spreading a small quantity of propane onto the water  below.  ICG Branch Manager, Jim Tait, confirmed that a hose  did break, but said there was no possible danger trom the  incident, the only one of its kind to occur at the Roberts  Creek site.  10 YEARS AGO  At council last week Sechelt mayor Harold Nelson  presented the first mayor of Sechelt, Christine Johnson,  with the Jubilee Medal commemorating the 25th anniversary of the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, Mrs.  Johnson thanked the mayor and gave a complimentary  historical speech about the village.  15 YEARS AGO  At approximately 2 pm Wednesday, three persons in a  car running brakeless drove off the government wharf in  Gibsons. All three were rescued quickly and taken to St.  Mary's Hospital for treatment of minor injuries.  20 YEARS AGO  The possibility of help through the Sechelt Indian Band  to obtain land on which to build a new senior secondary  school in the Sechelt area was discussed at a special  meeting Monday in Sechelt. The suggestion came as the  result of replies to questions about the location of the  school in Sechelt.  25 YEARS AGO  "People are pretty proud of our new paved street running through the village," Sechelt councillor Frank Parker  told the village council at last Wednesday's meeting.  Parker was referring to the department of highways paving job on the main highway which runs through Sechelt.  30 YEARS AGO  Initial evidence of fish mortality immediately following  the Ripple Rock demolition indicates only minor damage  to lish stocks.  Destruction of fish, as indicated by floating remains,  was much smaller than expected with fewer than 100 fish  remains found.  35 YEARS AGO  Initial steps were taken last week by interested  Redrooffs property owners to estalish the 'Redrooffs  Beach and Country Club'. A lot has been purchased and  clearing and grading for a tennis court will be one ol their'  first efforts.  The Sunshine  fliif tff  Publiihed by GLASSFORD PRESS LTD.  Editorial   Penny Fuller     Ken Collins  Advertising Production  Fran Burnside Jan Schuks  John Gilbert Bev Cranston  UaTarabochla Bonnie McHeffey  Mary Connor  The Sunshine COAST NEWS Is a locally owned newspaper, published on the Sunshine Coast, B.C. every Monday by Qlasslord Press  Ltd., Box 480, Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0. Gibsons Tel. 886-2622 or  886-7817; Sechelt Tel. 885-3930. Second Class Mail Registration No  4702.  The Sunshine COAST NEWS Is protected by copyright and reproduction of any part of It by any means is prohibited unless permission in  writing Is first secured from Qlasslord Press Ltd., holders of Ihe  cop^hl SUBSCRIPTION RATES  Canada: I year 136; 6 months 120; Foreign; 1 year (40  In a nutshell  A biblical look at beer taxes  by S. Nutter  The 'Old Men Sitting In The  Gate', as reported in the Bible,  were not of course all crunched  up there together in the gateway  itself, holding up camel traffic  etc. They were sitting at their  ease, turning over the latest  news, debating the great affairs  of the time, reciting history,  maybe breaking into the odd  psalm.  They were in Ihe wine shop,  or tavern, always to be found in  those wise old days first on Ihe  right immediately you came into  any town or city in the land.  God or Allah knew how many a  plodding camel-man had been  sustained over those last stoney  leagues of the day by the certain  thought of the cheery welcome  waiting firs! on the right if only  he could make it.  That the old men in the gate  were held in decent regard by  their governments is also to be  clearly inferred from the Bible.  'Send to the old men sitting in  the gate' the king would cry  when confronted by some thorny problem, maybe two or three  times a day for all we know.  They were an institution.  The kings of course were a  changeable lot, but not the  vilest, the most ignorant, the  most foolish and uncaring of  kings would have dreamed of  hitting the old men in the gate  annually, with compound, cruel  and unusual taxations.  Time passed. Just about  every conceivable form of  government  came and  went.  The only institution carrying  through pretty well unchanged  was the tavern. No longer at the  gales which hardly mattered  they were at the center of the  cities, towns, villages and  hamlets. The old men were still  there at the core, now pensioners, and the working people, the plodding camel men,  and they had been joined by the  students, Ihe artists, the writers  and the misfits, who needed  somewhere to go and seemed on  the increase as societies got  more organized.  And it came to pass that the  kings were gone and the statesmen too, most of them. The  countries were run by groups of  TV images, advised at every  step by lighl little cadres of  social science graduates. The  TVI's, of "course, coming lo  governmenl, were often pretty  green. The SSG's were not  much for looking ahead, and  ihey had little use for history  either. They were known for fitting the world inlo Ihe text  book.  And a day came when a TVI  met his SSG on the matter of  the budget. "Not to worry"  said the SSG. "Another tax on  beer of course, but this time we  make it a round ten per cent."  "Ten per cent" said the TVI,  "isn't that rather a lot? I mean  after all the other...?"  "Minister", said the SSG,  "the point is we can gel away  with it."  "Oh, well", said Ihe TVI,  "in that case....but still, well, to  tax the same group all the time  and pensioners and so on,  wouldn't that be thought, well,  immoral?"  The SSG was shocked. He  said severely, "Minisler, 1 cannot emphasize loo strongly, in  all this we are in the economics  book. My goodness, you'd have  us into philosophy..."  So the SSG went off with a  secret smile. It had been a  challenge and he had met it. His  province now had the highest  lax on beer of anywhere else in  the whole wide world.  But in a tavern not unlike the  taverns of the ages sat a pensioner not unlike the old men in  the gate. Put a burnous on him  and you would hardly tell the  difference. He sal alone, having  missed the one day of the week  his fellows could now afford to  meet, a half-pint of 'wateriest in  the West' at his elbow, poised  and watchful al the edge of a  great ocean it might be, but  silent.  Neither  Out Far  Nor  In Deep  The people along the sand  All turn and look one way.  They turn their back on the land.  They look at the sea all day.  As long as it takes to pass  A ship keeps raising its hull;  The wetter ground like glass  Reflects a standing gull.  The land may vary more;  But wherever the truth may be���  The water comes ashore.  And the people look at the sea.  They cannot look oul far.  They cannot look in deep.  But when was that ever a bar  To any watch they keep'.'  Robert Frost  Maryanne's Viewpoint  Whalewatching on the Pacific  by Maryanne West  It's nice that so many people  from the coast have been able io  go to Ucluclel lo see (he grey  whales on migration this year.  We were extraordinarily  lucky to have chosen ihe middle  of March wilh ihose wonderful  clear, sunny days.  Although 1 walk beside the  sea every day it is not often I  have the chance to be on it, so it  was a thrill just lo be oul on the  ocean in a whale boai even  without seeing whales. It is so  different from the sheltered  waves of Georgia Strait, even  though there was little wind  there was a long rolling swell  and the waves surged around  the rocky islets sending up  cascades of spray.  Looking out over the mind-  staggering expanse of open  water there were sudden surges  as the swell creamed and broke  over submerged rocks. No  wonder sailors called it the  graveyard of the Pacific.  We took a look al Stellar's  sea lions sunning themselves on  Ihe rocks, but couldn't hear the  bulls' roar over the cresting  waves and the boat's engine,  then out to sea to look for  whales.  Eighteen people, mostly from  Vancouver and the lower  mainland but some from as far  away as Vernon and the Yukon  stood along Ihe rails watching  for Ihe tell-tale blow, il wasn't  long in coming.  As we came nearer il lurned  out to be a group of five or six  whales which were feeding, surfacing about every five lo ten  minutes. We followed them for  a couple of hours, moseying  along hoping each time to get a  little closer, anyone's guess as to  where they next would surface  on the vast expanse of water.  As the time approached for  them to surface again, everyone  stopped talking, everyone on  the little boat gently rocking in  the swell, staring out over the  water, tension mounting, would  we perhaps be really close ihis  time?  The crew obviously experienced in patient wailing got us  closer until at about 50 yards we  could see the barnacled backs  clearly.  The next day it seemed we  were going to be unlucky, a  cruise through the Broken  Islands at the entrance to  Barcley Sound produced  nothing, as we turned out to  sea, we found Iwo and losl  them, no one feeding this day.  We were jusi going lo race  off lo join anolher of ihe launches which had whales in iheir  vicinity when we had several all  around us. One big one surfaced right beside the bows, almosl  scraping the hull and another  dove under the boat from one  side lo the other.  When we turned for home we  sipped our hot chocolate contentedly, it had been a thrilling  experience and we weren't even  envious later when we heard  some of the others had been  lucky enough to see one breach  and jump out of the water.  We were appreciative of the  friendliness of the residents of  Ucluelet, everyone greeted you  on the street with a smile and  hello, even the children. I was  amused by a junk yard��cum  museum cum garden beside the  road. A collection of rusting  pieces of machinery, both  domestic and industrial  displayed in a garden setting  among bushes of spring  flowers!  We were impressed too by the  smooth organization of the trip  and of the attention to detail.  There was one disappointment  though, the two separate 20  minute slop-overs at Long  Beach were just enough lo whel  one's appetite for a good, brisk  walk on the sand but left no  time for any sort of satisfaction.  If you live on Vancouver  Island or ihe lower mainland  thai may be okay, just what is  needed lo persuade you to  make a return visit. But what  frustration if you live further  away and this was a once in a  lifetime trip.  It could so easily be  remedied. The time for each  stop could be extended five  minutes. Wilh the ten minutes  approximately drive between  stops it would add up lo an  hour. Those wishing to hike  could start off immediately  from the first stop and would  have lime for an easy three  miles around the Pacific Rim  park site to the second stop. Little chance of anyone getting losl  on the beach between A and B if  you start off in the right direction!  Whale watching and a Long  Beach hike should be added to  the rites of spring with the first  crocus, the first robin, return of  the hummingbirds and listening'  for the sound of Canada geese .'��� Coast News, April 11,1988  [    Letters to the Editor   )  Tide moving toward peace  Editor:  Have you noticed how far the  current of public opinion has  carried us, just since last April's  peace walk?  In 1988, we've got Russians  visiting ihe White House,  Reagan going to Moscow. If  Ihis keeps up, we mighl live to  get old and cantankerous yet.  Well, let's make sure it keeps  up! The peace walk in Vancouver is Saturday, April 23.  If you don't want the hassle  of town transportation, we expect to arrange a 'peace bus' at  Horseshoe Bay going to the  parade's start, and returning  form the parade's finish, at a  cost of about $5. The time  would be geared to passengers  on the 8:30 am and 5:30 pm ferries.  Tickets are expected to be  sold at Books' n' Stuff in  Sechelt; Coast Books in Gib  sons; or by calling me at  883-2434.  Or, you could get them  tonight at the Sunshine Coast  Peace Committee film showing  at Roberts Creek School; or  next Sunday at the 'fifth birthday' pot-luck party of SCPC,  4:30 to 7:30 pm at Redrooffs  Road at Southwood (April 17).  Deadline to join the 'peace  bus' is April 21. Deadline to  join the Peace Movement is...?  Iris Griffith  Searching a small world  - Editor:  It's a small world -1 continue  to correspond wilh my former  shipmates of IIMC'S Royal-  mount including the captain,  J.S. Davis in Victoria, now  retired.  But ihe small world boils  down to our ship's doctor for  our group of six escort vessels,  borne In IIMC'S Royalmount,  1944 and 1945.  Dr.  Pelei   Playfair recently  wrote to me that he is now  retired from practice due to  multiple sclerosis in Iroquois,  Ontario, and his letter opened,  "Interesting that you spent so  long in the Gibsons area. My  brother John (10 years younger)  set up medical practice in that  area and lasted a long time.  He's now in the USA.  "One partner, Bruce Sadler,  is an orthoped in Brockville  near here. I don't know where  Al Swan, the third musketeer, is  now. Years ago my aunt, Mrs.  Georgia Gibson, was a big  wheel in Gibsons and had  something to do with a lumber  business."  Well, we do know the John  Playfairs, the Swan's, the  Paetkau's, the medico's but  does anyone know of Dr. Peter  Playfair's aunt Georgia Gibson?  Richard F. Kennetl  Gratitude expressed  Editor:  On behalf of the Sunshine  Coast Music Festival I would  like to lhank everyone who  helped make the festival a  sucess. Besides our regular crew  of volunteers who work all year  to plan the festival there are  those who help us in many ways  during fesiival week.  A special thank you to Jean  Mainil and Margaret Buchanan  and the Gibsons United  Church; Brian Butcher; The  Royal Canadian Legion Branch  219, Roberls Creek; Joyce  Roots; an anonymous donor;  Garry Foxall and Elphinstone  School; Coasl Ten, and The  Cnasl News.  I would also like to thank all  the parents and friends who attended the various sessions and  the  Honours  and  Highlights  Concert. Your moral and financial support is greatly appreciated.  Barbara Cattanach  Chairman, Sunshine Coast  Music Festival  Historical error  pointed out  Editor:  I would like to point out an  historical inaccuracy in the cap-  lion below the picture on the  front page of April 4th's issue.  Captain   Cook   discovered  MORTGAGE UPDATE  Apr. 8  6 mo.  1yr.  2 yr.  3 yr.  4yr.  5yr.  1st  9,50  9.75  10.25  10.50  10.75  11.00  2nd  11.25  11.75  12.25  12.75  13.25  V.fl.M.  9.75  Prolessional Real Estate Service  Stan and Diane Anderson  (Oil.) 885-3211 (Res.) 885-2385 Vancouver Toll Free: 684-8016  Anderson Realty Ltd., Sechelt  Nootka Sound in March 1778,  and Captain Vancouver charted  British Columbia in 1792-94.  The Hudson's Bay Company  built Fort Rupert near present  Port Hardy, Fort Victoria, and  a post at Nanaimo in 1849.  There could not have been a  fort near an Indian village 300  years ago.  I raise Ihe point with the concern that a plaque with the  wrong information might be  mounted in the museum  beneath the mural.  Ernie Barnum  More letters  page 15  ^  NEW LOWER  Classified Ad Rates  Jp^IUU   (minimum) for 10 words  25     ^or eac'1 ac't'itional wo|-d  Pay for 2 weeks, Get the 3rd week FREE  When paid by CASH, CHEQUE  or MONEY ORDER  NEW!  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Sechelt 8857121  ifi  TWO LOCATIONS   sunshine coast highway gibsons * wharf ano dolphin sechelt  Gto**  TO  &.  i���      A new vehicle ^^  i ^ every two years \ji  i  24 MONTH LEASE  Lease  for onlV  ��a#  ,00  24 month lease  1988 ESCORT  'L' ��� 2 door hatchback,  rear defroster, tinted  glass, AM/FM slereo  radio, cloth seat trim, 1.9  EFI 4 cyl. engine, 4  speed manual trans.  P175/80Rx13 Radials  ��-TO  SI000 down payment  O.A.C. ��� Assign taclory  rebate to dealer  TOTAL PAID  $6,062  56  Lease  tor only  v\9S  ,00  24-month lease  '88 RANGER 'S' 4x2  2 L., 4-cyl. engine.  Custom, level trim.  5-speed manual overdrive. P195/70Rx14.  Clearcoat paint.  $1000 down  payment O.A.C.  TOTAL PAID  s6,06256  Lease  tor on'V  oo  V&  24 month lease  1988 TEMPO 'L'  2 door manual, air conditioning, dual electric  remote mirrors. AM/FM  electronic stereo, interval wipers, 2.3 EFI 4 cyl.  engine, 5-speed manual  trans. P185/70R BSW tires.  Lease  ,or onW  oo  24 month lease  1988 MUSTANG LX  2 door sedan, 2.3 L. EFI  O.H.C. engine, 5-speed  manual trans.,  P195/75Rx14 B.S.W.  tires, speed control,  AM/FM Elec. Stereo/  Cassette/Clock, mirrors,  $1000 down payment  O.A.C - Assign factory  rebate to dealer  TOTAL PAID  s7,080  56  $1000 down payment  O.A.C. - Assign lactory  rebate to dealer  TOTAL PAID  dual electric remote,  styled road wheels,  power lock group.  s7,334  56  Brake  Special  89  95  Rear Drum  or  Front Disc  \ Most Domestic Cars=  From the moment your North American or  import car goes up on the hoist, you'll know  it's in the qualified hands of a car care  specialist who knows brakes inside and out.  FRONT DISC  ��� resurface your brake rotors  ��� install premium quality  disc pads  ��� clean and repack front  wheel bearings  REAR DRUM  ��� resurface your brake drums  ��� install premium quality  brake shoes  (Jvrd  ' The cost ol additional components and  labour required lo restore brake syslem to  its proper operation is not included.  i AND  Motorcraft  REPLACEMENT PARTS  WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD  Service Loaners tor Life ��� Lifetime Service Guarantee ��� Free Oil Changes tot Life  SOOTH COAST FORD  Wharf Rd  1 Sechelt  FORD ��� LINCOLN ��� MERCURY Coast Ne*s. April n. I36e  Local businessman Ken Fiedler sated the Town or Gibsons a substantial amount or street repairs last  tteck. this large sho>el slipped nil the flatdeck while rounding the corner by Molly's Reach. Fiedler took  command nf the controls and maneuvered Ihe machine back onto the flatdeck with hardly a scratch to  Ihe MKktOp, ���Ken Collins pholo  Unions in  negotation  On April 6, the Canadian  Pulpworkers Union met jointly  wiih the Pulp and Paper  Workers of Canada for a projected eight day "pre-wage conference.'  "We will be simply finalizing  an agenda to put forth to  management," said local CPU  presidem Vern Rottluff.  Management will be represented by the Pulp and Paper  Industrial Relations Bureau  which in lurn represents all the  pulp and paper mills in B.C.  "We will be meeting with  them on April 18, to exchange  agendas," said Rottluff. "It is  our intention at this poinl to  carry on from pre-wage into  main wage and Iry to bargain an  early agreement."  The current agreement expires in July.  Free lessons at pool  h> Eric Cardinall  Beginning on Saturday April  ��� 17, the Aquatic Center will be  :hosting a Red Cross Water  Safety Instructor School. Free  lessons will be offered to the  public to be taught by the instructor candidates. These  lessons will be held on consecutive Saturdays, starling  April 17, and continuing on  April 24 and May I. Full details  mav be obtained bv calling the  Center at 886-9415.  The Aquatic Advisory Commission takes pleasure in ihank-  ing ihe Roberts Creek Legion  for kindly donating $250 with  which io purchase some new life  jackets for the pool. Life jackets  are used for lessons and special  programs, and on occassions by  the general public and children.  The first two months of 1988,  were most encouraging with the  best attendance and revenue  since 1980. As the town of Gibsons and the West Howe Sound  Recreation Commission underwrite the budget, the success of  the Aquatic Center is of importance io Ihe residents of both  the Town and the surrounding  .Areas.  The schedule of swims appears in the Coast News regularly, courtesy of Super Valu. Rental times are also available; Give  il a go!  SCRD appoints  representatives  The Sunshine Coasl Regional District has sent a list of  names in for consideration for appointment to the Region  Two Advisory Boards, to Minister of State Elwood Veitch, as  decided al the meeting of March 24. From the Regional  District they are suggesting Chairman Peggy Connor; from  School Board 46, Chairman Maureen Clayton; from St.  Mary's Hospilal, Chairman Peggy Connor, and Sunshine  Coast Community Services Society, representative Lynda  !     Olsen.  I ��������� i i ������  I Peace committee  marks anniversary  ; The Sunshine Coasl Peace  Committee will be celebrating  jts fifth birlhday this week! The  local group invites all friends  and supporters lo a polluck supper on Sunday, April 17.  I The dinner will be al the  home of Roger and Denise  Lagasse, al ihe corner of  Redrooffs and Soulhwood  (look for ihe log house). The  lime is 4:30 pm. Please bring  your own plalcs and cutlery,  and of course, some food lo  share.  ; You are also encouraged to  bring along a favourite peace  quote. Finally, don't forget  your singing voice, as we'll be  enjoying some peace songs with  guitar accompaniment.  : The peace group has been involved in numerous projects  during Ihe five years, lis goals  have been to create an  awareness of the issues involved  in Ihe arms race, and lo par-  licipale in non-violent action for  peace. To those ends, the group  has parlicipated in projects such  as the "Refuse the Cruise"  campaign and Ihe Canadian  Peace Pledge Campaign.  Members have each year pro-  moled the Vancouver Walk for  Peace (April 23 this year), as  well as organizing events for  Hiroshima Day and participating in local community  celebralions.  The group also puts out a  newsleller, "The Peace News",  and regularly brings in speakers  and shows films relating to  disarmament issues.  Whirlpool  Home A. Appliances         SWEEPSIAKES  You could  WIN  anew  'I'141 nVnn^RI\QT\   Buyany\\^irlpoolapplianceandvoucarT  11 HJ1 H-JLiI\IJII\l/   enter the WHEELS & DEALS Sweepstakes.  First Prize: A new Ford Thunderbird LX,  Equipped with a long list of standard equipment plus the  preferred equipment extra value package.  Retail value  $21,825.00  3 Second Prizes:  A lull house ol top ol the line Whirlpool  appliances including a side by side  refrigerator, self cleaning range, under-  counter dishwasher, micro-convection  oven, automatic washer and automatic  electric dryer.  Retail value   $6,500.00  Now you can make a great deal on  one of the most trusted names  in home appliances.  Now is the time to think about  buying a new Whirlpool  appliance, because now you can  make a fantastic deal.  And you'll also have a chance to  win a fabulous Thunderbird or a  full house of 6 Whirlpool appliances. See your participating  Whirlpool dealer today, for all the  contest details, and the best deal  you can get on a brand new  Whirlpool appliance. Contest  closes June 25,1988.  Kerns Home Furnishings  Kern's Plaza, Hwy. 101, Gibsons  886-8886  We're Searching For A Heart Of Gold  icrr  zzrtzz  3C  sq  *m 20 "'��  To the Peoples  of the WorW  *    BAH*   t   STATEMENT   OH  Peace  Otv i hmmi tin- proccetllngi for this wurij  gulden ut,'  Alxlu I llaha. Ik- son ut IUi.mi ll.ih  bid authoriied intorpnterorhti teachingi ol  fcrwi theie iniighti "They must man the  Caused face ine objectw general comulu-  turn .iihI icok tiy every mean mthcu power m  c\iuiiiis.ij a Union of the nniioniol the world  They musi conclude a binding treaty .iml utath  lish ,i covenant, the predion of which ihall be  sound. Inviolable and definite rhey must pro-  Halm it to all the world and obtain lor n ihe sane-  tiim ill .ill tin' human nice fhls supreme anil no-  hie undertaking the real wurce ol the peace  and well hemp ni all ihe world���should be  reiunlal ils sacred hy .iii ihut dwell on earth All  the forces ol humanity RUM be mohili/cd n t enure Ihe stability and permanence ol this Musi  Great Covenant In ihis all-embracing fttci the  limns and frontier! nl each and ever) nation  should he clearly Hied, the principles underlying the relations ut governments towards one  .muiher definitely laid down, and all Interna-  tftinal agreements and obligations ascertained,  In like manner, the si/e of Ihe armaments of  every government shtmld he strictly limited, for  if the prepurulmns for war and ihe military  forces of any nation should he allowed to In-  ofease. ihey will arouse the suspicion of others.  Mil' fundamental principle underlying this  sdlcmn r.ii' should he so II wd that il any  government later violate any one of us pmvi  sjons. all ihe governments on earth should arise  10 reduce it io utter submission, nay the human  race as a whole should resolve, with every  power at its disposal, to destroy that government. Should (his greatest of all remedies he applied lo the sick body of ihe world, it will  assuredly recover from its-ills and Mill remain  I'tctn.ilK safe and secure."  For a tree enpy of the nimpltlr itatement  TO THE PEOPLES OF THE WOHLIT or  Information ��l��u( the Bihii Faith ��nd local  ���Otivlilci, ptcRK write ur callt Bo* 404. Cib-  ulni, HBG-2U7fl.  ttrz  -yr     job  i\#Fi  i_W'  ���"���������/. \  ��� \     >'  _G*>..   VOA^  dS^> ''.'   ' a^'/J  ��� ,r.j( ufi**- '  rt/ds  ":,,/" _7~dt&& ?%uM>a  Selflessness. Willingness. Understanding.  Qualities you may see in someone you  know. Someone who goes out of his or  her way to make your community a  better place to live.  Air Canada, in partnership with your  community newspaper, would like to  salute these individuals who bring so  much to your community. That's why  we created Air Canada's "Heart of Gold  Award.  Now's the time to speak out on  behalf of these individuals. Make  your nomination for  Air Canada's "Heart of Gold" Award  today. It's time we all said thanks.  Complete the form below and  include a note, or letter, giving the special  reasons why you feel the person you're  nominating makes your community a  better place to live.  Mail it to:  Air Canada's  "Heart of Gold" Award,  c/o The COAST NEWS,  Box 460,  Gibsons, B.C. VON IVO  Air Canada's "Heart of Gold" Award  in partnership with your community newspaper  My nominee for Air Canada's "Heart of Gold" Award Is:  Your name:  Address:  City:  Province:  Poinl Code:  Telephone #:  Nominee'! name:  City:  AIR CANADA  Telephone #;  Nominee mult be 19 yeirt of ige or over.  ft  <& Coast News, April 11,1988  Contestants and sponsors for Ihe 1988 Miss Gibsons/Sea Cavalcade got logelher for a lea last week al  Ihe Marine Room (see slory below). _K(n CMn pholo  Eleven vie for Miss Gibsons  Eleven young ladies are vying  for the title of Miss Gibsons/Sea Cavalcade 1988. They  are: Heather Ross, Miss Sunnycrest Mall; Colleen Partridge,  Miss Kern's Plaza; Lisa Horner,  Miss Gibsons Fire Department;  Andrea Doran, Miss Royal  Canadian Legion; Julie Reeves,  Miss Gibsons Building Supply;  Karen Buchanan, Miss Landing  Merchants; Angela Middleton,  Miss Chamber of Commerce;  Leslie Hethey, Miss Seaview  Plaza; Nicole Nolet, Miss Top  Hat Cleaners; Doris Schroth,  Miss Coca Cola; Sara Beynon,  Miss Andy's Restaurant.  A display shop has been  made available to the Pageant  Committee through the generosity of the Sunnycrest Mall  management. On display will be  gifts donated by local merchants to the new queen and her  princesses. The shop will be  open on Saturdays and this  year's Miss Gibsons contestants  will be on hand to greet the  public. Please pay them a visit!  Ken Sorko has been appointed chief judge for 1988  and Jan Neubauer will be the  pageant's official photographer. Conchita Harding has  designed this year's pageant  gown and J's Unisex Hair Salon  will be the official hair stylist.  Roberts    Creek  SPCA deserves our help  by Jeanie Parker, 885-2163  We all endorse the objectives  and work ofthc SPCA bul how  many of us do anything lo help?  The local branch relics on Ihe  efforts of a few volunteers  working oul of iheir homes and  answering calls day and night  and they are in desperate need  of funds.  For a starl, they're holding a  membership drive May I to 7,  (Be Kind to Animal Week, and  .'they need people to canvass  door-to-door. If you can spare a  little lime helping oul ihis worthy cause, please phone  885-9250 or 886-9265 as soon as  possible. They need people in all  parts of the Coast.  And when you're approached  to join the SPCA, think of all  Ihe benefits to animals and  humans provided by the Society's services. Help them lake  care of unwanted animals and  prevent more: memberships arc  only $5.  PETITION AND LETTERS  There is a petition at Seaview  Market to protest the closing of  the right of way on the right-  hand side of the mouth of  Roberls Creek but individual  letters are still best. Write to the  Department of Highways at  Box 740, Gibsons, before April  29.  DAZE PLANS  Plans are already afoot for  Roberts Creek Daze this year. A  talent extravaganza is slated to  replace Ihe Mr. Roberts Creek  Contest. Alan Young, Inge  Dahm, and Jacob Chaban are  chairing the festivities if you  have any ideas.  NIGHT LIFE  Most of us don't get to enjoy  the nightlife of Vancouver as  often as we'd like so why not  spend an evening nightclubbing  in Roberls Creek? This weekend, April 15 and 16, the Little  Legion is being transformed in  to The Manhattan Nightclub.  The Third Estate features  sax, keyboard, and vocalist with  selections from Springsteen,  CCR, and Peter Gabriel along  with swing music, Rogers and  Hart, and Burt Bacharach, You  can enjoy dinner both nights;  the regular Friday night dinner  and spaghetti on Saturday.  The next week Kevin Conrad  and band will provide light  country music and a wide selection of music from the 50's, 60's  and 70's at Ihe Legion. Members and guests welcome.  Volunteers Week  The week of April 17-23  marks this year's National  Volunteer Recognition Week,  and to celebrate, the Volunteer  Action Center is hosting the  Fourth Volunteer Recognition  Tea at the Sechelt Indian Band  Hall, which has generously been  donated for the occasion.  The Tea, at 2:30 on April 20,  is our way of saying Thank You  to the hundreds of volunteers  on the Sunshine Coast whose  contribution throughout the  year greatly enhances the quality of all our lives.  Some 200 volunteers are expected at this year's event, along  with various local dignitaries,  and some surprise entertainment. If your group would like  to participate in this tribute to  volunteers, please call Dianne at  the Volunteer Action Center,  885-5881, this week.  And if someone you know  deserves special appreciation for  their service, take the time during this week to say "Thanks  for all you do." It really does  make a difference.  Complete  BRAKE r SERVICE  w  at Walt's Automotive  ��� better braking action  ��� longer lasting brakes  ��� faster service  ...and the PRICE  is RIGHT!  Buy 2 or more tires and get a  FREE BALANCE  on our new, advanced  COMPUTERIZED WHEEL  BALANCER by BEAR  ��� absolutely accurate wheel balance  ��� no more wobble B  =Come In to your ONE STOP REP,  BRAKES _ TIRES - TUNE UPS  - WHEEL BALANCE - MUFFLERS  and (II all else fails)  - TOWING  WALT'S  HWY 101, GIBSONS i^fi  AUTOMOTIVE  886-9500  Superifcb  ^mwmfmw_mm^j m _m_mmmmm__mm_tmmmm  IN EVERY WAY  Sunnycrest Mall,  Gibsons  K)0% Locally Owned & Operated  Prices effective:  Mon., Apr. 11  to Sun., Apr. 17  HPFM      9:30 am - 6:00 pm  w r c ���      Fridays 'till 9:00 pm  Sundays 11:00 am ��� 5:00 pm  Limit 3 With A $25 Family  Order ��� Catelli - 4 Varieties  PASTA  1 kg Pkgs.  Limit 4 With A $25  Family Order ��� Hi-Dri  PAPER  TOWELS  .99  .69  Grade 'A' Beel  STEAK    ,,,,7.66  TOP SIRLOIN  STEJ  Fletcher's  Regular or BBQ ��� Bulk  WIENERS  lb.  kg  2.18  Fresh From The Sea ��� Fresh  SNAPPER  FILLETS *96.37  Money's Fresh  MUSHROOMS  kg  Ib.  Canada #1 Grade ��� Hot House  Long English  CUCUMBERS  lb.  California Grown - Fresh  CARROTS  .5 Ib. Bag  From Mexico - Roma  TOMATOES kQi.52  3.49  ..99  2.89  1.88  89  1.29  69  ea.  Ib.  Regular or Diet  COKE  or  SPRITE  750 ml Bottles  Oven Fresh ���  CRACKED WHEAT  BREAD  Oven Fresh ��� Dinner |  BUNS ��.  I  Weston's ��� Country Harvest |  BREAD        m9m  I  Hills Bros. O  COFFEE mgmVn   ���  78  99  39  59  48 Coast News, April 11,1988  Pender Patter  On tranquil Lily Lake in Madeira Park, a Canada Goose hides on  her nest concealed by reeds. Only a sharp eye can calch a glimpse or  her as she settles into the camouflage. ���Myrtle Winchester plwin  Sechelt    Scenario  Church bake sale  by Peggy Connor, 885-9347  St. Hilda's Church Ladies are  busy baking again! Their Bake  Sale will take place al St.  IHilda's Church Hall on Thursday, April 14, al 9 am. Il is advisable lo get ihere early as good  ���home baked goods go I'asl.  ;SPCA  ��� Be Kind To Animals Week is  ���May 1 lo 7 and volunteers are  ;needed for the drive. Anyone  [interested should phone Mrs.  JMcNicol at 885-9582, president  Jof the SPCA. People who spend  Jtheir time caring for animals are  .Very dedicated and do greal  work, The only problem is there  fare not enough of them.  ' Also, ihe public can help by  being generous when they call.  ���IX)TAL WOMAN  I All proceeds from the Tolal  Womans Fashion Show put on  by the Sunshine Coast Business  and Professional Women's club  will go towards bursaries, and  education. So, while you are enjoying the fashions, winning  doorprizes and the olher fun  things planned for this evening,  jusi remember it is helping  educate some of our young  ladies.  The Sechell Indian Band  Community hall is Ihe place,  Tuesday and Wednesday, April  12 and I3,starting al 7:30 pm.  It is a good chance to see  some of Ihe talents of our local  designers: Janet Miller, Conchita Harding, and Linda  Malloy.  Tickets are available al Ihe  Family Bulk Food Store in  Sechell, from Donna Perry.  The next meeting of the B  and P Club is on Tuesday, April  19, place to be announced next  week. Guest speaker will be  Judith Smith an Actress wilh  the Driftwood Players.  Pender Harbour  Fire Protection District  BURNING PERMITS  April 15 to October 31, 1988  Available at Oak Tree Market  Madeira Park  883-2411  Denny Bowen  Fire Marshal  O ��  PENDER  HARBOUR  SS CREDIT UNION  BANNe*YBAB  The Board of Directors of the Credit Union  are pleased to announce a  10% dividend on Equity Share Saving  NOTICE OF=  \NNUAL GENERAL MEETING  FRIDAY, APRIL 15TH  Madeira Park Community Hall  Supper - 7:00 pm  Meeting - 8:00 pm  Supper tickets available at Credit Union Office  $6.00 each  Mon-Thurs 10-4        Fri 10-6  PINDIR HARBOUR  CRIOIT UNION  883-9531  i-'PartcftM  tPurt  Titles awarded  by Myrtle Winchester, 883-9302  Congratulations to the  following Harbourites on their  new titles, awarded upon successful completion of training at  the Pender Harbour Aquatic  and Fitness Center: Corrine  Tancock, Brian Lee and Ken  McLaren hav, been promoted  to Supervisor status; Nicky  Cooldrup, Jodi Lowings, Can-  dice Whitiaker and Josh Young  have been upgraded to Junior  Guard status.  Please note Ihe following corrections and addition to ihe new  program, mailed to Pender  Harbour residents earlier this  month:  "Parents and Tots" Monday  swim will be from 1:30 lo 2:30  pm; the "Waterbabies" program beginning on April 13 will  begin at 11 am.  Shirley Vader will be teaching  evening classes in Aerobic  Fitness Mondays and Wednesdays ai 6:30 pm.  Spring fitness programs al the  center are now in full swing, but  there are stiII openings in all  levels.  The new "Teen Grooming  and Fitness" program, coordinated by Linda Gobels and  Debbie Cole, will combine  weighl and aerobic training and  discussions with a nutritionist  and esthetician on health,  fitness, diet and cosmetics.  If you support the Pender  Harbour Aquatic Society and  its accomplishments (these include the pool and fitness programs) you are invited to join.  A membership application form  is included in the program, and  ihe society would like you to  know that ii needs support and  lhat Ihere is no commitment involved with membership.  For more information about  the Pender Harbour Aquatic  and Fitness Center, call Aquatic  and Fitness Director Robi  Peiraschuk at 883-2612.  STAMP CLUB MEETING  The Sunshine Coast Stamp  Club will meel on April 17 al 2  pm at the Madeira Park Legion  Hall. In Gibsons, inquire at The  Coin Shop, Cedar Plaza, for  carpool information.  Guesl are welcome, regardless of philatelic experience.  Members meet monthly to  learn, talk, shop and swap  slamps.  The club, formed in December 1987, elected Ihe following  executive al its March meeting:  Roy Mansfield, President; Jack  Eldred, Vice-President; Shirley  Dumma, Treasurer; Myrtle  Winchester, Secretary.  LEGION NEWS  Branch 112 (Madeira Park)  of the Royal Canadian Legion  Foote is  coming  The same people that brought  you Charlotte Diamond are  now busy getting ready for the  famous Norman Foote.  Norman Foote is a new upcoming Canadian family entertainer, lie is a singer,  songwriter, puppeteer, ventrili-  quist and comedian. His skill  transcends age, his variety is  unique. Norman Foote and  company will enchant the  youngest child to the oldest  grandparent.  Foote is originally from  North Vancouver and has been  performing for ten years at  fairs, schools and theatres. He  was part of Expo last year; the  children's festival, and after his  performance on the coast, he is  booked for two months at the  Australian Expo.  His album 'Some People'  was nominated for a Juno  award in 1987 and he has just  released a new album.  Don't miss this show! I've  heard he is bringing his sas-  quatch!  Norman Foote and Company  Saturday, April 23, 1pm at  Elphinstone Gym, tickets $4,  under two years old, free. They  are available at Zippers and  Talewind Books in Sechelt and  Coast Bookstore and Linnadine's in Sechelt.  Introducing at Gina's  Sugar-Free  CHOCOLATES  (for those on a restricted diet)  <��?ina'i. _Bon SBoni.  Cowrie St..Sechell   885-2687  will hold a general meeling on  April 18 at 8 pm.  The Ladies Auxiliary would  like IO express their thanks and  appreciation to all who attended  and supported the Easter Tea,  making it a wonderfui success.  Parlicipation and imagination in the Easter Hal Parade  was exceptional, and special  congratulations are extended lo  ihe children for their creations.  The door prize was won by  Gloria Fritz and the raffles were  won by Habouriles Florence  Burroughs (a hand-braided rug)  and D. Bradford (a ceramic  planter).  HARBOUR CALENDAR  On April II, Community  Bingo; April 16, Legion Meal  Draw; April 17, SC Stamp Club  Meeting at the Legion; April 18,  Legion General Meeting; April  20, PHSS Aloha High Nighl;  April 23, Lions' Auction; April  29, Community Spring Concert  Pender Harbour  Fire Protection District  ANNUAL MEETING  Sunday, April 24th, 1988 at 3:00 P.M.  MHeira Park Emergency Centre (Fire Hall)  1. Financial Statements  2. V ipointrnent ol Auditor  3. LsCtlon ol Trustees  4. Oilier Business  PUBLIC INVITED  Flora C. Sim  Secretary/Treasurer  Egmont  News  Winners  by Ann Cook, 885-9253  Here are the winners from the  Easier Hat tea: hat prizes, Dolly  Wallace, prettiest; Vi Bernlzen,  mosl orginal, and Leila Griffith, funniest. Costume prizes  went lo Maureen and Iris Griffith. The raffle was won by  Noreen Marshall.  The drawing com est was won  by Russell Silvey and Noreen  Marshall.  Door prizes wenl lo Doug  Williams, Bill Hall and Kay  Birch, and children's hat prizes  went lo Flo Williams' grandson  and Shirley Hall's granddaughter.  CLINIC  Egmont    Clinic    Day   is  Wednesday, April 13, 2:30 to  4:30.  THANKS  Thank you to Garry's Crane  Service for removing the iwo  dead vehicles from the community club properly.  Hoys' & Girls'  Sizes 2-14  *-J off  ���   ...*-_-\*jV  Acid Wash  JEANS & JACKETS  Boys' & Girls'. Ml Sizes  Zippers  Trail Bay Centre,  =__=Sechelt=^  885-5255  PNDERSON  IIRE4LTY LTD  has  RELOCATED  TEREDO SQUARE  Suite 107, 5710 Teredo St., Sechell'  Right beside Sunshine Coast Credit Union  Same phone numbers:      885-3211  V.in. Toll Freo 684-8016  Same friendly and efficient service  OUR SALES PEOPLE ARE:  885-2385  Diane Anderson  Stan Anderson  885-2385  Beverly Bull  \                Bob Bull  1                Don Hadden  885-2503  885-2503  885-9504  Stan Hilstad  George Longman  886-2923  886-8548  Renate Pohl  885-9017  Bill Turner  885-5510  Len Van Egmond  885-7349  Lynn Wilson  885-5755  The "hottest" Real Estate Agency  on the Sunshine Coast!  ANDERSON  IR&ILTY LTD  The Sunshine Coast Spp.ciili.lt  if Recreation       if Relocati  ion  if Retirement  'Call or drop in today!��  ���FREE CATALOGUE'  m Coast News, April 11,1988  Father DePompu (left) read out the Oath of Office as Slan Dixon was sworn in as councillor of Ihe  Sechell Indian Bund lust Thursday. Representatives from Sechelt, Gibsons and the Regional Board attended the ceremony held in Ihe Bund Council Chambers. A common Iheme expressed wus one of unity  throughout Ihe Coasl. ���Ken Collins phuto  Davis Bay News & Views  Karate demonstration  by Jean Robinson, 885-2954  The April general meeting of  Ihe Davis Bay, Wilson Creek  Community Association is  tonight. Come al 7:30 pm to ihe  Wilson Creek Hall, 5123 Davis  Bay Road. Darryl Henn will be  giving us a Karate demons! ration before Ihe meeling starts,  so come early.  Take lime to admire the recent addition to the hall. What a  difference it makes!  It is the result of mostly  volunleer labor bv a few enthus  ed male members, while some  of our womenfolk kepi the coffee and cookies supplied at the  10 am break. Thanks lo every  one of you.  DROP IN LUNCHEON  The St. John's United  Church Women are having a  Drop-In luncheon on Saturday,  April 16. Il starts at 11:30 am  and continues until 1:30 pm, al  Ihe church, corner of Whilaker  and the 101 Highway.  It costs $2.50 for a sandwich,  salad and beverage. If you can't  resist home-made pie, (and who  School Board gets  questionnaire results  The School f Board was  presented with an anlysis of ihe  response lo a recent newspaper  survey of educational issues.  There was only a I percent rale  of the questionnaire, so Ihe  results can only be used as a  general guideline lo the opinions  of Sunshine Coast residents.  Transmission of knowledge  and skills, and promotion of  excellence and lifelong learning  were seen as the prime purpose  of schools. English, math,  science, Canadian hisiory,  English literature, geography,  computer education and critical  thinking were seen as ihe mosl  important curriculum issues.  Equality of access to schools  ranked high wilh all  respondents, as did government  funding for public schools,  while only 34 percent favoured  private schools. A high 64 percent were nol in favour of local  taxes for government shortfalls,  and 94 percent were not in  favour of schools as social agencies. A fairly high 56 percent  thought lhal businesses profiling from the community  should coniribute lo local  schools.  The Board will use the survey  as a guideline to formulate a  brief lo the Ministry of Education.  can), il costs extra.  These church women are  known for iheir excellent and  generous tea plates at sale times,  so plan on being there.  This is to raise money for the  M. and S. Fund.  HUMMINGBIRDS  Lottie, our gal at checkout 4,  and long lime resident of Davis  Bay, reports her first 'hummer'  March 27, Ihis year. These liny  birds seem e.xlra hungry right  now so gel out ihose feeders.  Make your own mix of one  pari sugar to four parts water  and make sure the sugar is well  dissolved.  HELICOPTERS  Interesting to look out and  find a helicopter landing in  Davis Bay on Good Friday. Apparently, not an emergency but,  rather a locally operating logging outfit picking up or dropping off personnel. Such service.  S.P.C.A.  The Sunshine Coast SPCA  is having a membership and  fund raising drive from May I  unlil May 7. Volunteers are  needed in all areas for canvassing.  The SPCA investigate cruelty  lo animals when reported. They  look after neutering and spaying, plus the caring and adoption of deserted animals.  Phone Barbara Relton,  885-5431, if you have some  spare time to canvass.  - - * - �� Coast News, April 11, 1988  Last Wednesday these candystripers all received certificules from the Hospital Auxiliary at a lunch in Ihe  Marine Room in Gibsons. ' _Ke��� Co|Mns ���������,���  George    in    Gibsons  Gibsons honours Sheila  and Mike Kitson as they depart  Premier  informs  council  Premier Bill Vander Zalm has  written Mayor Strom and council to make sure they have the  facts on privatization.  "I chose to write you directly  because it's imporlant to me  lhat you know the facts," he  states in his letter dated March  2.  "Because of your position in  the community, the public looks  to you for leadership and informed opinion," he says.  "Find oul more aboul  privatization. Select and receive  specific information by marking  the enclosed card," he goes on  lo say.  According lo Mayor Strom  she has ticked off Ihe boxes on  Ihe card and council can look  forward lo a package in the  mail.  :  h> George Cooper, 886-8520  "l was completely caught  unaware lasl April I," said  Sheila Kitson, "by ihe surprise  roast. Musi say I was gelling  Iritated by having io wait in my  shop until evening on a pretext  by the new owner. And Ihen to  be escorted lo the school on ihe  pretext of having to identify  sonic found property, Noi a  him during the da) to make me  suspicious."  Sheila has kepi sheep for  some years on Henry Road and  ii was lining to say she'd had  the wool pulled over her eyes by  the very secrel plans for her  farewell gathering. "Bui  rewarded, nol fleeced by it,"  she said, "although I did feel  somewhat sheepish at first."  Sheila and husband Michael  move now io Maple Bay near  Duncan where Ihey will build a  house for themselves, Michael  has jusi finished twenty-six  years of employment at Port  Mellon, and Sheila has jusi sold  her candy shop. Their proper-  lies have been disposed of, and  ihey now contemplate business  travel as brokers or distributors  of waffle cone machines and  waffle mixes. All of Canada is  Iheir territory. "Somewhat intimidating."said Sheila, "bul  we were lold ii was jusi the same  number of population as California and should be quite manageable."  "The new owners of our  house and its parcel of land will  raise sheep, loo. The lady is a  spinner and will be welcomed by  those people here who pursue  that hobby."  Sheila said ihey are returning  lo the Duncan area, the dislricl  where they were married. It was  Sheila's firsl home in Canada  upon her arrival from England  where she had been a nurse.  Sheila Kitson has always  given generously of her time lo  ihe community service. When  the children, Margarei and  John were young, she worked  with the Chamberlins in 4H  club work.  For five years (four of which  were as Chairman I, Sheila served on the School Board. "Those  NOW OPEN  12-4 Sundays  886-2488 or Box 598, Cibsons  Tues.-Sal. 10-4  Sun, 11-3  Proceeds aid Food Bank  THRIFTY'S  above Ken's Lucky Dollar  mam  ______:  zzuts  SEBZ  -3LEL.  3C  M f   '.  SMALL BUSINESS CENTRE  Capilano College - Sechelt  Free Guidance and Counselling  for  I    SMALL BUSINESSES AND ENTREPRENEURS  Business Plans. Loan Applications, Marketing Advice  Tuesdays and Wednesdays  12:30 noon to 4:30 pm  S__B_S______m  For appointments,  885-9310  were the days of referendums  for any new building," she said,  "and the Sechelt Elementary  additions broughl about splendid cooperation between  teachers and the board. "Odd."  said Sheila, "lhal Gibsons  voters approved that projeel,  bul Sechell ratepayers turned i!  down."  "Il was also Ihe period when  integration of Native children  into the public system began,"  she said. "The Band and Sam  Reid and his staff worked thai  out smoothly."  Sheila served on Ihe board of  the Howe Sound Fire Protection disirici which covers Areas  E and F and Gibsons, a dislricl  lhal is supported entirely by  ta_\es. Prior to the formation of  this lire protectiop district, by  the way, firemen and Iheir  association gol by as best ihey  could, chiefly by voluntary  fund-raising projects.  "In the time 1 served on lhal  board of directors," Sheila said,  "Ihe new fire hall on Norlh  Road was constructed and a  iruck and equipment purchased."  Sheila also served, on the  Economic Slralegy committee  for Gibsons and lias been, in recent years, a director and the  president of the Gibsons and  Dislricl Chamber of Commerce. "We officially opened  the inlormalion booth in  Pioneer Park on a July 1 al a  special celebration. It's an ex-  cellent site to serve in-coming  tourists," Sheila said.  Gibsons will miss the genial  candy siorc lady. She has served  ihe community generously and  well.  LEGION LADIES  Branch 109 Ladies Auxiliary  earned the gratitude of Ihe Red  Cross Blood donors clinic held  in Gibsons a week ago.  "It's the First time in a long  lime thai we've had home-made  cookies,"  said  a  Red  Cross  spokesman.  SPCA  May I io 7 is Be Kind to  Animals Week and during lhat  lime ihe SPCA will campaign  for support and new members.  "Volunleer   canvassers   are  needed,"  says  a  spokesman,  "Please help."  Telephone Christine Borley,  at 886-9265.  HOPKINS  The Bridge Tournament run  for the Hopkin's Branch of St.  Mary's Hospital Auxiliary is  complete and Margaret and Ken  Barton are now tallying all the  results. The wind-up is to be  held at the Sunshine Coast Golf  Club, Thursday, April 14 at 8  pm.  The next regular monthly  meeting of the Hopkin's Branch  will be held at 1:30 pm, April 20  in the Ark at Camp Sunrise.  Oval&  Circle  MATS  280 Cower Pi. Rd..  Gibsons Linding  886-9213  HOW TO REGAIN  YOUR VIRGINITY  and 99 Olher Recent  Discoveries About Sex  ToSe��  (next lo Webber Photo;  277 Gower Pt. 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GROCERY  Heinz - Tomato _    _r\_r\  ketchup      750mZ.Z2  Handiwrap  food wrap     30J.13  Ziploc  sandwich  bags wo 1.69  Vegetable Coating _    _r__*\  I am 369 gmO.liy  Windsor - Iodized  salt lkg.n  Robin Hood - 1 Step  Angel Food - White/Confetti _  cake mix    46ogm1.89  Disinfectant Cleaner  Pinesol       mJt.oB  Quaker Life  cereal       550 Smt. 1 y  Snack Time  Johnson's - Dry Roasted _  peanuts    325gm2.19  Weston - Stoned  wheat thins 300gm 1.49  Regular/Diet  Coke/Sprite  Gingerale      2,1.99  & Deposit  Nalley's - Assorted Varieties  potato  chips 200sm.99  Nallev's  chip dip  225 gm ���  88  Day by Day,  - ��� :���* '       *���<*��� ��������� - Coast News, April 11,1988  Lucky Dollar Foods  GOWER POINT ROAD, GIBSONS LANDING      886-2257  FREE DELIVERY TO THE WHARF  WATCH THESE =@iS$8M  at.    9:30 am - 6:00 pm  Prices effective:  April 12-April 17  Sundays & Holidays 9:30 am - 5:00 pm  LucKr  DOLLAR  FOODS  Salada  tea bags       36s1.39  Ardmona - Sliced/Halves  In Pear Juice _  peaches       39Sm,.99  92 gm I iUy  | Orange Crystals  Tang  i  DAIRY  Imperial - Family Soft _ ^  margarine     454sm.99  Palm  chocolate milk     .99  Black Diamond Process Food  cheese  SllCeS 500gmOm  15/  i  '  J  Pa/m - Big Dipper  ice cream  3.69  I  MEAT  Canada Grade 7\' - /n Fam.'/y Pac/c  3 Portions Each -  Rib/Centre Cut/Tenderloin  pork loin  chops  1.89  lb.  Fresh  pork back ribs     ....��,. 5.39   375 gm ea.    1 .133  Burns - Sliced  salami  Frozen - Chicken Cordon/  Chicken Florentine/ Chicken Continental  chicken  breasts M. 2.95  Burns  garlic coil \b. 1.39  Burns    Sliced  side bacon ,b. 1.99  G  ">  FROZEN     I   Pepperidge Farms -    Niagara - P/n/c or Plain . ���  aw*, iwes   lemonade      355 m,. 59  vegetables  in pastry  206 gm  1.49  T  2.09  Pilsbury ��� Microwave  pizza  McCain's - Gems/Stars  super  patties       6SOgJ.17  BAKERY  Weston's - Country Harvest  5 Varieties  bread  675 gm  1.59  Our Own Freshly Baked  cinnamon  buns  4's  .99  California Grown - Romaine  & Green Leaf- Fancy  lettuce  ea.  .37  Washington Grown ��� Golden Delicious._  apples a. .27  Mexican Grown - ���_  tomatoes ��,. .47  California Grown  celery  /b.  .27  PLUS Many Otner  INSTORE SPECIALS  "YOU'RE COMING FOR SUPPER,"  she said, "I need mint. I need 7 tablespoontuls and I don't have any."  Wow, I thought, talk about your ultimatum! So I scrambled about my  yard looking lor my various mint patches. It was a little early in the  season and she was rather suspicious ol pineapple mint and lemon  mint bul al lasl we lound a suitable patch ol the regular variety and  supper proved delicious. There's a lot more to mint than mint sauce of  course. Oh. you thought it only came in a bottle!  MINT SAUCE  1 tablespoon hot water  3 tablespoons vinegar  1/2 cup finely chopped Iresh mint  2 teaspoons sugar  a little salt and peppet  Mix everything bul Ihe vinegar logelher. As soon as the sugar has  dissolved add the vinegar and serve with lamb.  Why nol try...  MINTY CHICKEN  4 cloves garlic, finely chopped  2 tablespoons butter  1 chicken cut in serving pieces  1/2 cup flour  1/2 teaspoon salt  pepper  1/2 cup chopped fresh  mint leaves  1. Mix flour, sail and pepper. Dredge chicken pieces.  2. Saule garlic in butter until soft.  3. Fry chicken pieces in garlic butter until done.  4. Remove pan from heal. Sprinkle with mint. Cover and stand for 3  minutes. Serve.  For an unusual taste treat forget regular and try a different kind - why  not pineapple mini? T.    .   .,  Thanks Y - supper was yummy.  NEST LEWIS  hem by Item, We do more for you in providing Quality & Friendly Service 10.  Coast News, April 11,1988  Sechelt Seniors  by Larry Grafton  Your executive members niel  at our hall al 10:00 am, on April  5, to discuss a great variety of  topics which concern Branch 69  and its members. Great concern  was felt with regard to a  continuing effort by insurance  salesmen trying to sell our members insurance coverage, which  in some cases is nearly identical  to lhal already in force for our  members by the Government  Plan, to which most, if no! all  of us, belong.  Caution is suggested by your  executive if you are being approached.   Be   sure   you   are  aware of whal you are signing.  Our concern, of course, is Ihe  fact lhal, should their sales efforts be successful, ii may facilitate   some   changes   io   our  Governmenl  Plan by Victoria  which   can   be   nothing   bul  detrimental to all B.C. Seniors.  i     The meeling was advised by  ! retiring    Treasurer    Johnny  ��� Johnson, thai the new conslilu-  j lion books were lo have been  �� ready,   bul   for  some   reason  { delivery from the primers has  ; been delayed.  Hopefully Ihey  ; should be ready prior to our  I General Meeling on April 22.  j Delivery of the 1987 Auditor's  Report   will   quite   likely   be  available al lhal lime, also.  KIWANIS CLUB  You will have read a notice  on Page 3 of lasl week's Coast  News wilh regard lo proposed  II expansion of Ihe Apartments al  Kiwanis Village in Gibsons. The  proposal is to add forty units to  the complex lor low income  Senior Citizens. Al our April 22  General meeling, Bill Laing will  speak lo our members, wilh a  discussion of Ihe proposal afler  presentation.  o*%#)>  Prior to Ihis presentation,  should you require information  it may be had by phoning Bill  Wrighl al 886-7735, Bill Laing  at 886-8109 or Dan Wheeler at  886-3292. These units will be  available lo Seniors wilh income  under $20,000 annually.  SEMI-CLASSICAL   CONCERT  Il has recently been announced lhal Nikki Webber will be  presenting her regular Spring  Semi-Classical Concert in our  hall on Ihe May 20, which is a  Friday evening. Under pressure,  Ihe various group performers,  and individual artists, should  have a fine presentation for you  again Ihis year. Tickets will be  primed shortly and will probably be available al ihe usual  outlets.  Last Spring ihe limited tickets  were sold oul thirty days prior  lo ihe concert which necessitated a second performance ihe  following nighl. The indication  is lhal ticket sales are brisk foi  ihese presentations so gel ihem  now.  PLANT SALE  It's jusi over Ihree weeks unlil  our branch has ils annual Spring plain sale. Have you been  carefully lending ihose newly  potted plains and shrubs? Pasl  experience has proven lhal one  popular request at Ihese sales is  for ground cover. However,  ihere seems to be no end of  lovely items which show up jusi  prior lo the sale, which is  scheduled for 11 am on Saturday, May 7.  Thanks to a great group of  volunteers and an appreciative  group of customers our Spring  lea lasl month was probably the  biggest ever. Let's sec if we can  do ihe same for Ihis Spring  Plant Sale!  "put Sttten  SENIORS on the  SUNSHINE COAST/\  We have Vitamin A & D combination capsules  that will relieve muscle pain, control inflamma  tion in your bones and joints.  100 Vitamins A & D Capsules *2995  '  Delivery Charge  .2��"  I  /;  Mail cheque or money order  allow 3-4 days  c/o Omine Health ,.    ,,  Box 580 ^!j  Sechell, B.C. VON 3A0  or write lor more information  r^ NOTICE OF  L^J PUBLIC  HEARING  Pursuant lo Section 956 and 957 of the Municipal Act, a  PUBLIC HEARING will be held to consider Bylaw No. 520-1,  which bylaw is proposed to amend the Official Community  Plan Bylaw No. 520, 1985, of Ihe Town of Gibsons.  It is the intent of the amending bylaw lhat Map 1(a) ol  Schedule "A" of Ihe Town of Gibsons Official Community  Plan Bylaw No. 520, 1985, be amended to include:  (a) Block "A", D.L. 685, Plan 6406  (b) Lol "C", Block 17, D.L. 685, Plan 20083, and  (c) Lot 4, Block 16, D.L. 685, Plan 7109  within the proposed medium-density Residential/Commercial designation.  This bylaw may be cited as Official Community Plan  Amendment Bylaw No. 520-1, 1987.  The Public Hearing will be held at 7:30 pm on Monday  April 18, 1988 in the Council Chamber at the Municipal  Hall, 474 South Fletcher Road, Gibsons, B.C. All persons  who deem their interest in property to be affected by the  proposed bylaw shall be afforded an opportunity to be  heard on matters contained therein.  The above is a synopsis of Bylaw No. 520-1 and is not  deemed to be an interpretation of the bylaw. The bylaw  may be inspected at the Municipal Hall, 474 South Fletcher  Road, Gibsons, B.C. during office hours.  Rob Buchan  Municipal Planner & Approving Officer  Mike (iibson practices his golf swing while breaking up rocks for  Ihe construction of the Greenecourt extension being built in  Sechelt. -Vern Klliull pholo  Cuylits questions  public hearing  bj Ken Collins  Sechell Council had an extremely lighl agenda last  Wednesday evening. Ihere was  no correspondence listed on the  agenda nor were there any delegations.  "I don'l ihink I've ever seen  an agenda with no correspondence," said Mayor Bud Koch.  Mr. Ed Cuylits from Davis  Bay was in Ihe gallery, however,  and al the question and answer  period did pul forth the view  lhal the public hearing on the  rezoning of Ihe Marline/ properly indicated a majority of  residents opposed.  Calling ii a 'father knows  besl' syndrome Cuylits said thai  even though council wenl  ihrough the motions of listening  to the views of Davis Bay  residents, ihey were nol responding lo Ihose views.  "A lot of people have said to  me, 'I lold you so, Ihey  wouldn't listen'," he said.  According to Koch, the LCB  and the highways departmenl  still had io give their approvals  before final adoption. In the  case of Ihe LCB, il means an independent sludy in which 60  percenl of the people within a  half-mile radius can turn ii  down.  Cuylits argued that council  was passing on ils responsibilities to highways and the LCB.  "You've gol lo remember  that ihere are two sides to every  street," Koch lold Cuylits. "We  can take your word lhal you  and some friends are disappointed, bul ihere are 1600 people in Davis Bay."  SECHELT LIBRARY  Sechell Council has approved  ihree recommendations from  the Library Committee,  They are that 'the Dislricl of  Sechell Council accept responsibility for ihe upgrading and  upkeep of ihe two lots comprising the library property for such  time as the library continues to  be operated In iis present location', lhal 'Council undertake  to be responsible for weekly  janitorial services ihe library re-  quires', and 'thai council endeavour lo find some accomodation for lemporary books and  other storage for the library'.  SECHELT GOLF COURSE  Al last Wednesday's regular  council meeling, Alderman  Nancy MacLarty questioned ihe  wisdom of plunging inlo the  developmeni of an 'executive'  golf course withoul a proper  market study.  "1 Ihink even the cost of  upkeep would be prohibitive,"  she slated and suggested that  Actio"        j  fi86-242r)    Tues.-Fri., 10 4  ihey pul the projeel to lender on  a lease basis.  "I don't ihink we ever intended lo run the golf course,"  replied Mayor Bud Koch. "The  first 'hing lo do is lake ihe  limber off and pul the money in  the bank."  SECHELT CRASS  "Would you like to put three  dr four hundred dollars into  grass?" Mayor Bud Koch asked  SecKelt Council lasl Wednesday.  This proposal came along  with the suggestion lhal an inlormalion boolh be put up on  Block 7 for this summer's Celebration Days bul no one saw fil  lo follow Koch's suggestion  with a motion.  Objections from council included 'people would be walking on it' from Alderman Nancy MacLarly and 'ii would be a  lire hazard if you don'l cut it'  from Alderman Bob Wilson.  Drop olf your  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  al  Th* Coast Now*  Sechell  "A Friendly People Place"  PENDER HARBOUR  DIESEL CO. LTD.  Diesel Engine Rebuilding  Industrial Parts  Hwy 101, __,t%0_   f%_9_\__~  Madeira Park 8o3-ZOlO  PUBLIC  MEETING  The Board of School Trustees  invites all residents to attend an  informational meeting on the  School District budget  for the incoming year  PLACE: Chatelech Secondary School  DATE:    Thursday, April 14th  TIME:    7:00 P.M.  . a. t ���. ��� ��� ��� ���������--TT  1...1.1  Member of  ALLIED..  The Careful Movers  LOCAL  MOVING  Call the Moving  Specialists     I   For all local moving, or tor help with  moving awkward heavy items, pianos, etc.  LEN WRAYS TRANSFER LTD.  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(9 ICBC will nol cover ihe cost of  repairing or replacing your  vehicle il you cause an accident  while impaired.  fil ICBC can sue you to recover the  cos! of your victims' claims if  you injure or kill someone as the  result of driving while impaired.  (x) You could spend up lo 10 years  in jail and lose your driving  privileges for up to 10 years If  you injure someone when driving  impaired.  CD You could spend up to 14 years  in prison and lose your licence  for 10 years if you are guilty of  impaired driving causing death.  (il You will hate a permanent  criminal record if you're  convicted of driving while  impaired. This could keep you  out of some countries or  professions.  Q You hate a 90fl/o chance of being  convicted if you're charged with  impaired driving. One third of  the people sentenced lo a B.C.  prison are there for drinking and  driving offences.  ... Is it really worth the risk?  ROADCHECKS - APRIL 1 3TH - MAY 4TH  ���ICBC  DRINKING DRIVING  COUNTERATTACK  Ministry ot  ^35/  Attorney General Coast News, April 11,1988  11.  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  Brownies are fundraising  asters Nina McCartney (right) of Kamloops and Hud Skytte qeff), of Gibsons were members of Ihe first  Gibsons Landing Guide Company in 1928. They joined other former guides and Provincial Commissioner Dolores Racine lasl Saturday at the 60th Anniversary party for the Girl Guide movement in B.C.  ���Vern Kllloll pholo  Local writer presents  unique Vancouver view  by Ken Collins  Local freelance writer and  photographer Hajo Hadeler has  jusi completed a photographic  sludy of Vancouver, done from  a unique perspective. It is from  ihe air.  Written bolh in English and  German, Hadeler is hoping il  will have wide appeal.  "II is ihe only way to see  Vancouver ihis way without  renting a helicopter," he lold  the Coast News.  But why German?  "Twelve percent lo fifteen  percenl of the population of  Greater Vancouver speak German, " he said. "My thinking  was ihey mighl wanl io send  copies lo relatives."  Hadeler chose lo lake up  residence in Sechell a little over  a year ago.  "This pari of ihe world provides an ideal environment for  writing," he said. And he  should know.  As well as having travelled six  times around the world as a  freelance cameraman, he was a  film edilor for CBS belwecn  1960-65 and following lhat was  senior cameraman/writer/editor for King Screen Productions  in Seattle. Involved primarily in  documentaries and commercials, Ihe company won 22 film  awards in 18 months.  "From Tukloyaktuk,  N.W.T. lo Punta Arenas, Chile  and from India io Israel" is  how Hadeler describes his  travels, several of which have  been by oceangoing yachts buill  by himself. Locally he is besl  known for his contributions io  Pacific Yachting.  Greater Vancouver from the  Air should be in the bookstores,  at ihe end of April and currently Hadeler is working on  photographing a similar book  of Vancouver Island.  Hul dial's nol all. In May  Harbour Publishing should be  releasing one one Shiatsu, an  ancient system of heallh  maintenance and healing that  Hadeler developed a consuming  inicrest in and began studying  during an extensive slay in India  and Thailand.  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  You can help our little  brownies earn the funds to lake  ihem io summer camp if you  put your empty hollies aside for  ihem. On Saturday, April 16,  ihe girls will be around your  way if you live in ihe Welcome  Woods area. There aren't  enough girls lo do the whole  area bin the following people  will be happy io pick Bottles up  if you call any of ihe following:  Glynis Hudson at 8K5-9868, Liz  Wrighl at 885-9897 or Midge  Nanson ai 885-3.180. Ihe  brownies will really appreciate  your co-operation.  SHUFFLEBOARD  If you would like lo attend  ihe shuffleboard presentation  nighl and enjoy a nice dinner  and dance please call Mildred  Chuckrey at 885-5249 or Barbara Grimscy al 885-9860. Dale  is Saturday, April 23.  BUS SERVICE  I should mention once again  lhal the additional bus service  along Redrooffs will siart on  May I, Some folks misunderstood and thought il was happening now.  HA1.1. ACTIVITIES  Some plans are already  underway for Mav activities ai  Welcome Beach Hall. There will  be another popular Sunday Flea  Market on May 8. Il would be a  good idea lo reserve your table  now bv calling Hersev Sew ell al  885-3130. Cosl is $6.  It's also lime io start thinking  aboul ihe sale of plains,baked  goods and books due io lake  place on Saturday, May 21, so  gel ihose transplants poned and  ready. Your donalions will be  greatly appreciated as proceeds  go towards maintenance and  running of Ihe hall.  The Welcome Beach Community Association will also be  playing hosi al a spring luncheon lor friends and  neighbours on Mav 25.  OPEN HOUSE  Talking of hosting, do drop  by ihe Coast News office in  Sechell   on   Thursday  of ihis  week when we are having open  house lo celebrate ihe first anniversary of Ihe opening of Ihe  Sechell office. We are right  across from the Shell station,  next door io Trail Bay Sporls.  HUMMINGBIRDS  We have so main hummingbirds around home thai we'\e  had lo pul oul a second feeder.  The little gems seem to be in  need of extra nourishment until  ihere are more flowers in bloom  for Ihem.  ace    ac  ZXE  HA!  LORDY. LORDY  LOOK WHO'S FORTY  April 15th  1l0  sac  ZTET  =ZE  Written Arts Festival  gearing up for 1988  What do Knowlton Nash,  P.K. Page, David Suzuki, Barry  Broadfoot, W.P. Kinsella and  Nicole Parton all have in common?  If you answer that they are all  Canadian writers, you're right,  ANGLICAN CATHOLIC  CHURCH OF CANADA  ST. COLUMBA OF IONA PARISH  B8J5 Redrooffs Road  2nd Sunday 10:00 Morning Prayer  11:00 Communion  4th Sunday   11:00 Morning Prayer  5th Sunday    3:30 Communion  The Reverend E.S. Gale  885-7481 or 1-525-6760  Prayer Book Anglican  _td.��.*_  THE UNITED CHURCH  OF CANADA  Sunday Worship Services  CIBSONS  Glassford Road 11:15 am  SundaySchool 10:00 am  ST. JOHN'S  Davis Bay 9:30 am  SundaySchool 9:30 am  Rev. Alex C. Reid  Church Telephone         886-2333   ***   GRACE REFORMED  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH  Morning Worship 11:15 am,  St. Hilda's Anglican Church  Evening Worship    7 pm in homes  Wednesday Bible  Study 7:30 pm in homes  |. Cameron Fraser, Paslor  885-7488  ALL WELCOME  ST. BARTHOLOMEW'S  & ST. AIDAN'S  ANGLICAN CHURCHES  Parish Family Eucharist  Church School 10 am  Rev. ).E. Robinson, 886-8436  CALVARY  BAPTIST CHURCH  711 Park Road, Gibsons,  SundaySchool 9:30 AM  Morning Worship Service 11 AM  Interim Pastor  Arthur Willis  Arlys Peters, Minister of Music  Church Office: 886-2611   ����.��   GIBSONS COMMUNITY  FELLOWSHIP  Welcomes you lo join us  in Worship  Prayer Sun.  9:30 AM  Morning Worship Sun. 10:00 AM  Wednesday 7:00 PM  599 Gower Poinl Road  Paslor Monty McLean  886-7049  THE SECHELT PARISH  of the ANGLICAN CHURCH  ��    ST. HILDA'S (Sechelt)  ^^    8 am     Holy Communion  *^/**    9:30 am      Family Service  ST. ANDREW'S (Madeira Park)  11:30 am 885-5019  Rev. June Maffin   rtt.tt.nl   NEW LIFE FELLOWSHIP  NEW TESTAMENT  CHURCH  Services Times       Sun., 10:30am  Midweek Wed., 7:30 pm  Youlh Group Fri., 7:30 pm  Women's Prayer      Thurs., 10am  Pastor Ivan Fox  885-4775 or B85-2672   .TtVJ.tV -_.  PENDER HARBOUR  PENTECOSTAL  CHURCH  Lagoon Road, Madeira Park  Sunday School 9:45 am  Morning Worship 11:00 am  Prayer & Bible Study  Wednesday, 7:30 pm  883-2374 8, 8B3-9441  Paslor Mike Klassen  Affiliated With The Pentecostal  Assemblies of Canada  GIBSONS  PENTECOSTAL CHURCH  New Church building on  School Road ��� opp. RCMP  Pastor Ted Boodle  Sunday School 9:45 am  Morning Worship 11:00 am  Evening Fellowship 7:00 pm  Bible Study  Weds, at 7:30 pm  Phone  886-9482 or 886-7107  Affiliated with the  Pentecostal Assemblies  of Canada   �����.��.��   THE SALVATION ARMY  Next to Langdale Ferry  Sunday School  Morning Worship  9:45 am  11:00 am  Free Pickup For Sunday School  In Gibsons Area  Phone 886-7232 or 886-9759  lohn & Bev Studiman  We Extend A  Warm Welcome To All  and you'll be able to see them al  this year's Festival of the Written Arts, August II - 14, in  Sechell.  The Festival is now in ils sixth  year, and draws hundreds of  visitors from across western  Canada and the northwest  United States; ihe Fesiival is  recognized as a lively and  valuable part of the Canadian  literary landscape.  Community support for the  Festival is vitally important.  Our friends and Patrons of the  Fesiival program is well underway for Ihis year's event; a  donation of $100 makes you a  Friend of the Festival; $500, a  Patron of the Festival; these  donations arc tax deductible.  This year, al the request of  one of our most enthusiastic  supporters, a new category has  been introduced, that of  Benefactor of the Festival, for a  donation of $250. All donations  are recognized in our program  and are very much appreciated.  On Friday  the students  are  out of school.  The economic benefits which  an event like Ihe Fesiival brings  to the Sunshine coast are  lasting; not only do the visitors  stay in our communiiy for  several days, shopping and enjoying the facilities offered  locally, but many return year  afler year, often bringing  friends and relatives along.  Your support as Friend,  Benefactor or Palron helps  make this possible; Festival also  welcomes contributions "in  kind", of goods, services, or  time and energy. If you would  like lo help in some way please  call the Festival office al  885-9631. If you wish to send a  donation, please direct it to  Festival of the Writlen Arts,  Box 2299, Sechelt, VON 3A0  ^>CCl Fresh Scallops^;.9,  ��� Cod, Snapper,    $049  Ling Cod Fillets    *i  All other seasonal seafoods available  EAT IN OR TAKE OUT  ��� Fish & Chips  (prawns, scallops, oysters, combination special)  ��� Seafood Sandwiches & Salads  Sechelt Fish Market  Cowrie St.. Sechelt  MON-SAT, 10-6  885-7410  STEAM CLEAN  Carpets & Upholstery  Keep part of the dollars you spend.  SHOP LOCALLY  So what are the  teachers doing?  On Friday more than 150 teachers in the  community will be attending workshops,  seminars and courses to improve their  skills and keep them abreast of curriculum  changes. Here are just a few of the  activities in which our teachers will be  involved.  Whole language for special needs students  Recorder instruction  Creative problem solving  Business education  Secondary math - revisions  Critical thinking in the Science 8 program  Physical education  Industrial education  Computer labs  Microscopy  Whole language at the Kindergarten level  Problem solving in Mathematics  Home Economics  Critical thinking in Social Studies  Enhancing oral communication  Cooperative learning  Evaluation of student writing  Effective school research - practical  implications  Measurement  Computers - logo, keyboard  Counselling  French immersion  Throughout B.C. teachers  and districts work together  to improve education.  An education Professional  Day is one of the ways  used to achieve the  common goal of enhancing  teaching skills.  Friday  April 15  Education  Professional  Day  The teachers of  School District 46 Coast News, April 11,1988  On the Coast  Horse riding a way of life  by Lisa Williams  Put Carfra entertained a delighted crowd at K.lphinslone last Saturday in a fund raiser for Jack and Jill Preschool.     ���Vera Hliott photo  Students face-off  in science challenge  An upcoming event on the  Sunshine Coasl is a prime example of education ai its best.  Local sludenls are being encouraged 10 exercise iheir mental muscles io solve a variety of  Scientific challenges which range  'irom growing miniature lawns  jbr collecting shells al ihe  Elementary level, to building  catapults, bridges and gliders al  the intermediate and secondary  levels.  I The event is being masterminded by leacher Don  VanKleek, James Ferguson and  Mike Allegretti. "The  objective" said Allegretti, "is to  gel Ihe kids io ihink for  themselves. We just tell Ihem  whal ihe end result has lo be,  bin we don'l tell ihem how to  do it."  Allegretti emphasized thai the  evenl is a competition, not a  science fair. "The kids are gel-  ting excited about it. They arc  quietly asking questions about  the rules, so no one will steal  iheir ideas."  Aboul 2500 of the 3000  sludenls on ihe Coasl will be involved in ihe evenl. The runoffs will be held in each school,  and ihe finals will be on the  morning of April 23, at  Chatelech for all schools from  Davis Bay to Pender Harbour,  and on Ihe morning of April 30,  al Elphinslone for all schools  Police  news  ;GIBSONS RCMP  I The highways department  ;signs reported missing last week  Jiave been recovered and returned lo ihe highways office.  f Complaints have been received by the police of Ihe  dangerous antics of some  drivers on our roads. Public  vigilance in noting erratic, improper, and careless driving and  informing police will go a long  way lo making our roads safe.  "Please continue to do Ihis,"  a police spokesman says. "And  try to gei as many details of ihe  Offending vehicle as you can,  bke licence number and so on."  I These details coupled with a  willingness lo continue on to a  court case will aid immeasurably in clearing our streets of  careless drivers, police say.  ; The RCMP wish lo express  their appreciation for the  assislance some residents of  Gibsons and dislrict have provided Ihem, and look forward  lo continuing such a positive  relationship with Ihe community in ihe future.  SKCHEI.T RCMP  The RCMP arc pleased to  report an extremely quiel week  in Sechell from a policing  perspective.  PROFESSIONAL  FINANCIA1 "'ANNIKGl  I Our    experience    and J  I experlise  enables us lo I  I design programs lor your |  presenl & future goals  Call CUM Garrett  OttkiiMl-MU  ���MltMtMI  U"li MS-2S43  I Th* ManufactaiMi Company I  from    Roberts   Creek    to  Langdale.  The public is invited.  Riding horses is a way of life  for many people on Ihis Coasl,  in fad ihrough a survey a few  years ago, we found more than  3000 were kepi here. Where are  ihey? What are Ihey doing?  Many people buy horses for  iheir children or Iheir own  pleasure, bin find after a while  ihey lose interest or lime lo  spend wilh ihem. These horses  become backyard ornamenls, or  expensive lawn mowers.  It is good lo see, Ihrough  education and understanding,  more and more people are finding more constructive and  pleasurable uses for iheir  horses. We are fortunate on Ihis  Coasl lo have a wide range of  experlise and opportunities  available lo us. We need only lo  lake advantage of these to  justify ihe expense of our hobby. Lei's face il, horses are hobbies, and being important lo gel  ihe mosl pleasure for our  money, learning new things is  vital for both us and our horse.  Ii is important to realize all  things start somewhere. Many  of us initially bought horses jusi  lo ride al our leisure on the  trails, but found after a while it  wasn't enough and through a  learning process, have moved  on lo bigger and belter things.  Some of us participate in local  shows and some off the Coast.  While watching a horse show  for the first time it can be fairly  intimidating, it is hard to imagine yourself or your horse  competing, this is common, we  have all fell il at one time or  anolher.  The riding club's main interest is horse showing, but with  an increase of membership and  new ideas there are many other  activities we can do. Our local  shows arc used as a training  ground for people who want to  learn and others who need practise for out of town shows. You  will find ihe inexperienced rider  wilh the experienced, and Ihe  green horse along side the trained horse. This keeps the competition friendly and allows  new-comers lo feel comfortable. Il is important to us, as  members, to build confidence  and provide an open door for  anyone who wishes to get involved in ihis great sport.  On April 17, 1988 the riding  club will be hosting a Western  Riding Clinic al the Arena on  Field Road. The cost is $20 for a  full day of instruction with Barb  Hopkins. If irailering is a problem call 885-7243, we will Iry  to make arrangements. You will  need lo pack a lunch, wear comfortable clolhing, boots (with a  small heel) are mandatory. No  runners.  On May 1, an English Riding  Clinic will be held al Ihe Arena.  Instructor is Jeanine Ellingham.  The cos! is $20. Bring a lunch.  Riding apparel should be comfortable, you must wear a proper riding hat and boots. If you  can't find ihese items, it may be  possible to borrow Ihem at the  clinic.  These clinics are provided for  those people who would like lo  learn how to show their horses  or just learn how to show horses  or just learn something new,  either way ils a great way to  spend a Sunday and meet others  who share a great love for  horses! Take thai first step and  join us April 17 and May 11 Call  Lisa for further information at  885-7243.  Drop oil your  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  at  AC Bulldlns SuppH����  Pender Harbour  "A Friendly People Pleoe"  SUPERSHAPE  OPEN SUNDAYS-  10am to 4pm for your convenience  ��� Hair Care ��� tanning ��� Jacuzzi  I ��� Flotation Tank ��� Sauna ��� Steam Bath  OPEN LATE THURS. & FRI., TOO!  SUMASHAtt  Unlsrx Hair. Shin  & Health Centre  885-2818  Coastal Tires has gone all the way__  Only a few lower mainland auto dealers/shops can even match this state-of-the-art wheel  alignment equipment. None can surpass it. 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NOW  Properly aligned wheels -  AN INVESTMENT IN:  ��� SAFETY  ��� STEERING COMFORT  ��� GREATLY REDUCED  TIRE WEAR  ALIGNMENT INFORMATION  DEFINITION  CAMBER  Camber is the inward or  outward tilt of the wheel  CASTER  Caster is the forward or  rearward lilt of the steering  axis versus vertical  INDIVIDUAL TOE  Individual toe is Ihe angle  between the plane ol tola-  lion ol one wheel and the  vehicle centerline  SET-BACK  Selback is Ihe distance  lore or all ol one Iron!  wheel versus the other  SAI (Steering Ails  Inclination)  SAI is the angle formed by  an imaginary line drawn  Ihrough the steering axis  and vertical  INCLUDED ANGLE  Included angle is Ihe sum  ol camber angle and SAI  angle  REAR THRUST ANGLE  Thtusl angle is the angle  formed by Ihe rear thrust  line and Ihe vehicle  centerline  ILLUSTRATION  ^3  Ii  ��� :,\ 'i  .7  \  "f  L  FUNCTION  Reduces stress on steering  and suspension parts,  minimizes road shock,  helps straight ahead  stability, and maintains  oplimum tire lile.   Provides steering stability,  sleeting relurnabilily. and  cornering ease.  Sialic toe angles are required lo posilion Ihe  wheels parallel when Ihe  vehicle is in motion  Can be used lo diagnose  problems and help locate  damaged components  Provides sleering stability  and relurnahility, and  works wilh camber lo  isolate road vibralion and  reduce stress on parts  Can be used lo diagnose  problems and help locale  damaged components  Used as a basis for setting  overall vehicle alignment  and as a diagnostic aid  EFFECT IF IMPROPER  Improper camber will  cause excess tire wear on  Ihe lire edge. II will also  cause pull or drift  Improper easier can cause  pull, shimmy, excessive  road shock and steering  elfort  Improper loe can cause  major lire wear and Increased luel consumption.  A saw tooth wear pattern is  typical on Iront tires; a  diagonal wear paltern Is  lypical on rear fires.  II excessive, set-back can  cause adverse handling  and pull  Improper SAI can cause  general Instability and lack  ol wheel returnabllity  Included angle can be used lo determine II a vehicle  Has a benl spindle or strut  It nol corrected or taken  into account, thrust angle  can cause off-center steering and excessive lire wear  It doesn  icost...it PAYS  Whether you have a Mini car  or a Motorhome, call us for  2 Wheel alignments  $  29  95  2 Wheel thrust alignments  $3995  4 Wheel alignments  $4995  4 Wheel steering alignments  $4995  -We mean it when we say.  plus parts  and replacement labour  most vehicles  We're Your UNDERCARRIAGE SPECIALISTS on  ��� Wheel Alignment      ��� Brakes      ��� Shocks      ��� Tires  the SUNSHINE COAST  ��� Wheel Balancing Coast News, April 11,1988  I  Remarkable New Discovery Makes Year Round Gardening Possible!  SOLAR PRISM greenhouse  protects your garden all year  lung. Never too much sun. never  too much rain. Never too hot.  never ton cold, hut always a tropical, sell created climate that's just  right.  SOLAR I'RISM greenhouse  has it's own unique humidity control, and the little heat that might  he needed in cold weather can he  supplied for less lhan $50 per  SOLAR PRISM greenhouse  with its wind resistant design and  one piece fiberglass construction,  protects your garden from high  winds, destructive insects, and  heavy rain runoff.  SOLAR I'RISM greenhouse is  delivered ready to use. with  nothing to build, nothing to assemble, no installation cost, and  no maintenance cost.  ACT NOW! Lei our factory  representative show you how to.  grow fresh vegetables all vear  round in Ihe SOLAR PRISM  greenhouse.  SOLAR PRISM  greenhouse on display  for 3 days only at:  SUNNYCREST MALL  Display  POSTPONED  until  April 24, 25, 26    ���  12 noon ��� 6 pm  by Marguerite  It's time to get out in the garden and the Gibsons Gardening Club was out at Sunnycrest Mall last Saturday with a wide selection of plants to choose from. From left to right: Peggy Campbell, Vera Harvey and  son Aarran, Vicki Load, and Frank Campbell. -Vern Elliott photo  Gardening notes  of sowing times, so you don't  forget to sow radishes every two  weeks, beetroot and lettuce  every three weeks, and peas and  carrots once a month. This will  save you having a glut of them  all together.  A Chrysanthemum plant sale  will be held at 2678 West King  Edward, Vancouver on April 16  at 10 am, with a good selection  available.  Thank you folks for your  good support of our garden  sale.  If you love the taste of your  own home grown fruits and berries, besides saving money,  now's the time to get them  planted. "Small Fruits and  Fruit Tree Guide" is available  free of charge. Write "Country  Garden Ltd." 46129 Hope  River Road, Hope, B.C. or  phone 792-6612.  It is imperative to fertilize all  your tree fruits and berries at  least twice a year, thai is now  and again in June. Greenleaf's  new vegetable booster 10-14-21  is recommended by Brian  Minter.  Prune early flowering shrubs  like Forsythia when they have  finished flowering to give them  a chance to make as much new  wood as possible for flowering  next year.  Lose no time in getting in  parsnips, if you enjoy them.  Rake a handful of fertilizer per  square yard and sow in shallow  drills, putting 3 to 4 seeds  together about 6 inches between  each station. Allow one foot  between rows. When they come  up, thin clumps to leave one  plant. Parsnips are slow to germinate, and need to be kept  moist, and take approximately  100 days to harvest time. It is a  good idea to plant some radishes with the seed for row  markers.  Make a note on the calendar  Arts and Crafts  A CALL TO ARTISTS  Entry forms are available at  the Arts Centre and Hunter  Gallery for the B.C. Provincial  Festival of the -Arts exhibition.  The deadline is Saturday, April  m  NOTICE OF  PUBLIC  HEARING  Proposed Amendments to Town of Gibsons  Zoning Bylaw No. 555,1986  Pursuant to Section 956 and 957 of the Municipal Act, a  PUBLIC HEARING will be held in the Municipal Hall, 474  South Fletcher Road, Gibsons on Monday, April 18,1988 at  7:30 pm to consider Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 555-3,  1987. At the hearing all persons who deem their interest in  property affected by the proposed bylaw shall be afforded  an opportunity to be heard on matters contained in the  bylaw.  The intent of the bylaw is to amend the present zoning as  described:  1. That certain parcels of land in the Town ol Gibsons,  more particularly known and described as Block "A",  D.L. 685, Plan 6406 be rezoned from the existing Single-  Family and Two-Family Residential Zone 3 (R.3) to the  proposed Multi-Family Residential 2 (RM.2);  2. That certain parcels of land in the Town of Gibsons,  more particularly known and described as Lot "C",  Block 17, D.L. 685, Plan 20083 be rezoned from the existing Single-Family and Two-Family Residential Zone 3  (R.3) to the proposed Multi-Family Residential Zone 2  (RM.2);  3. That certain parcels of land in the Town of Gibsons,  more particularly known and described as Lot 4, Block  . 16, D.L. 685, Plan 7109 be rezoned Irom the existing  Tourist Commercial Zone 2 (C.2) and the Single-Family  Residential Zone 2 (R.2) to the proposed Multi-Family  Residential Zone 2 (RM.2).  4. This bylaw may be cited as "Zoning Amendment Bylaw  No. 555-3, 1987."  Take notice that (a) this bylaw is subject to the prior adoption of Official Community Plan Amendment Bylaw No.  520-1, 1987, and that (b) the above descriptive paragraphs  are deemed to be a synopsis of the Zoning Amendment  Bylaw No. 555-3, 1987, and are not deemed to be an interpretation thereof.  A copy ol the amending bylaw Is available for Inspection at  the Gibsons Municipal office, 474 South Fletcher Road,  during office hours.  Rob Buchan  Municipal Planner & Appro "ing Officer  16,   at   Rockwood   Lodge,  Sechelt, at 11 am to 3 pm.  The deadline for submissions .  to the First Annual Sunshine  Coast Craft Fair is on April 25.  The outdoor fair will be at  Hacked Park, August 6 and 7,  and will include crafts from the  Pacific Northwest; musical  entertainment; food concessions; a children's area and  overnight security.  For details on submission requirements, call Carole at  885-7935 or pick up a submission form at the Arts Center in  Sechelt or at the Hunter Gallery  in Gibsons.  Ready-Mix Ltd.  HAS COME TO GIBSONS  We are happy to announce to our many customers in  Gibsons, Roberts Creek, Langdale & Port Mellon that  WE CAN NOW SERVE YOU QUICKER & BETTER!  Our state-of-the-art electronic batch plant is  READY FOR BUSINESS at 700 Payne Road  We have Ready-Mix Concrete Trucks & Personnel stationed at our  Gibsons Plant   Ready To Serve Your Needs  ���J,"-'-���"pr-S" T^sw ?"!.        '".  !��;, '  '   Phone Val at our Central Dispatch Office:  24 Hours  3 Batch Plants on the Sunshine Coast  Gibsons ��� Sechelt ��� Pender Harbour  FOR THE BEST OF SERVICE Friendly Swanson's Service  Fred Swanson - Manager Since 1963   TOURIST AND RECREATION GUIDE  %  764HQ4, % Vt\  ftdtH Hwuj'i Maxim Ont.=  LAST STOP SHOPPING FOR PMSCFSS LOUISA!  ��� Groceries ��� Frcslt Meal ��� Produce ��� Ice ��� Posl Office  ��� full tint' ol Marine and Fishing Gear ��� Fuel/Propane  Box 40. Garden Bay     Charters Available 883-2253  VISITORS WELCOME  IP  (jOlf CLUBife  Highway 1(11, 2 Kilometres North of Garden Bay Turnofi  Phone BB3-9541  CANOE RENTALS  . ��� Row Boat Rent.i/s  Milk RgPtt 883-2269  $0*L     L.R. Wright, ,������ ���t s���M,,,o  JJtfV**'      "Sleep While I Sing"  HOURS 9:30 - 5:30 Mon ��� Sat  TALEWIND BOOKS*���  5693 Cowrie Siren  Sechell  885-2527  Fine Art - Art Supplies - Gifts  Come  Down  &  Browse _  280 Gower Point Rd.. Gibsons Landing  $��GALLERY  'cusrour  FRAMING  .886-9211  886-9213  ��� HELLY HANSEN & MUSTANG  OUTDOOR WEAR  ��� MARINE BATTERIES  ��� CHARTS & BOOKS  au-UM  Waterlronl. Gibsons  GIBSONS marina  BOAT RENTALS  ��� Fishing Gear Rentals  ��� Air Tanks  FISHING & DIVING CHARTERS  FISHING GUIDE  cLowes tfesort-Wotel  Camping & R.v. Sites     " Pender Harbour   883-2456  Leisure Time???  = Come to the Shadow Baux!==  ��� PAINTINGS ��� POTTERY ��� WEARABLE ART  limited edition prints by  ��� Robert Bateman  ��� Ron Parker  ��� |, Serry-Uster       ��� Paul Ugarta    ��. many morel  ��� CUSTOM FRAMING ��� ART SUPPLIES  Cowrie St., Sechelt  885-7606 14.  Coast News, April 11,1988  Sunshine Coast  Services Directory  ��� APPLIANCE SERVICES*  ELECTRICAL COIMTR.  ��� GEIM. CONTRACTORS  HEATING  SERVICE & REPAIR  To All Major Appliance*  ^^    Qualily Reconditioned Maior Appliances For Sale  W* GUARANTEED _ DELIVERED  Will Buy Nice Non-Working Major Appliances  FJJORN  885-7897 J  >   I  Refrigeration &  Appliance Service  BACK AT PRATT RD. 886-9959  Need this space?  C.ill the COAST  NEWS  ill 88o 2622 or 885 3930  BUILDING CONTRACTORS*  ROOFING  Specializing in all types of  FREE      commercial & residential roofing  ESTIMATES 886-2087 eves,   oua\��ked\  Sheehan Construction Ltd.  renovations and  general contracting  Granthams Ldg I  886-7830  Need this space?  C.ill  tin; COAST  NEWS  .it 886 2.22 or 88b 3930  iV  POMFRET  CONSTRUCTION  For all aspects ol  residential & commercial construction  885-9692  P 0. Box 623. Gibsons. B C  CLEANING SERVICES ���  CHIMNEY CLEANING  Top Hat Cleaning Systems  The Reliable Professionals'  886-8554  24 HOUR  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES  Port Mellon to Oles Cove  Commercial Containers Available  886-2938  Need this space?  Call the COAST NEWS  at 886 2622 or 885 3930  ��� CONCRETE SERVICES*  R Ready Mix Concrete  C Sand & Gravel  N/-"     CONCRETE   ar��i  l-Q  LTD 'J  SECHEITPLANI  V      885-7180   1  smviw. mr sunshini ��Msr  CIBSONS F  886-817  i PLANT   1  174       J  . caii: Swanson's  &)), For: Ready Mix Concrete Sand & Gravel  Dump Truck Rental  Formed Concrete Products  Phone 885-9666 ��� 885-5333.  Coast Concrete Pumping  & Foundations  FREE ESTIMATES  JohnParlon     885-5537  /Turenne  Concrete Pumping Ltd  ��� Pumping  ���Foundations ��� Patios  ��� Plating    ���Sidewalks    ���Floor  ��� Finishing 'Driveways  Mi��4 Gibson! 886-7021  ��� K SEAVIEW ELECTRIC  ^ p Plumbing & Heating Ltd.  Residential ��� Commercial ��� Industrial  ��� Maintenance & Design  ��� Energy Management  ��� Fire Alarm Systems  ��� B.C. Hydro Authorized  "Electric Pius" Contractor ���  CFREE ESTIMATES���-I  885-7142     r  =Coast Home = ��*  =Improvements =   H>���i    ,  i*Op MOLD and FUNGUS  5---"^'   from invading your roof!  Electric Plus  Authorized  B.C. Hydro  Contractor  Seaside (Liectric JiJ  Residential - Commercial - Industrial  Box 467, Cibsons, B.C. VON 1V0  i 886-3308  WE HAVE THE SOLUTION  FOR AS LOW AS  S04��S ^**_m_r **i  Trt      (Fully Guaranteed)  Also       * Siding    ��� Structural repairs  ottering:   ��� Decks    ��� Rooling  ��� Fences   ��� Interior/exterior painting  BR 1, Madeira Park. BC. VON 2H0  883-2127 Greg  Need this space?  C.ill  tint  COASI   WFWS  .it  886 ?b7? or 88'.i :)930  ICG LIQUID GAS  ��� Aulo Propane  ��� Appliances  ��� Quality B.B. Q's  885-2360  Hwy 101, across St.  from Big Mac's, Sechell  MARINE SERVICES  ^B*ald�� Th�� Gov't Dock -���-TiMI  M.d,lr. P��t -^TilllNA Ui^���-���-  JrSf^^^^  , Evinrude  * Salt Water Licences ^4. J  * Motel & Campsites  * Water Taxi ^*=f-  * Marine Repairs * Ice and Tackle       883-2266  im Hallmark  m  POOLS & SPAS LTD.  Quality Product! Worldwide Since 1986  Box 1883, Gibsons. B.C. VON IVO  886-3344 886-3364  Cornell's Marine Service  SERVICE TO AIL MAKES  Specializing In Merc. Outboard  or stern drive rebuilding  Located at  Smitty's Marina, Gibsons  ESTIMATES        SHOP886-7711     RES.885-5840  jwMLtk     Cott  FREE ^  ��� EXCAVATING ���  MISC SERVICES  (COAST BOBCAT SERVICI  Small In Size - Big In Production I  ��� Yard Clean-Up     . Post Holes Wt  ��� Topsoil/Gravel/Mulch Spreading ^5?^?***'  ��� Light Trenching ;����<������efiB2jj  1885-7051  SECHELT jwwtw^g  Contour Design  HOME PRODUCTS  Awnings ��� Railings ��� Vinyl Decks ��� Blinds ��� Flooring  673 Payne Rd.. nn* n-n_  Grbsons     SHOWROOM BY APPOINTMENT 886-3191/  n-SWt  '4    WELL DRILLING LTD.  Now serving the Sunshine Coast  ��� Submersible Pump Installation  ��� Air Transportation Available (only 15 minutes  fllLi*-*   ~-     - ��� - Irom Oualicum)  4rtsnvW   ri.R.2,QiiBllcumBeacM.C, �������� .....  "-��"-"�����'     ��� '      752-9358/  tffl  ROLAND'S'  Garry's Crane & Excavating  f&i  ��� Wheel & Track Backhoes  ��� Excavating & Drain Fields     fj^ts  ��� Clearing & Stump Disposal E^  ��� Screened Topsoil ��� Fill  ��� Sand & Gravel  Deliveries  886-7028  HOME IMPROVEMENTS LTD  ��� 5" Continuous aluminum gutters  ��� Aluminum soflits & lascias  ��� Built-in vacuum systems  ��� Vinyl siding 885-3562  Fine Tree Works)  Pruning - Topping      I'"* lnsured>  Danger Tree Removal  Landscaping &. Maintenance  H.C. iMcnslnk i;���������r��l Pallnrr.  886-4634        RolWs-UCrrak, IM vox ����V  <S\      THE  RENOVATIONS WITH  A TOUCH OF CLASS  COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL  IMPROVER  LTD  BQX7  HALFMOON BAY  885-5029,  P&M EXCAVATING^  Backhoe Service  Septic Systems  No Job Too Small Landscaping  886-2182 or 886-8363    Stump Removal  BACKHOE and OPERATOR  Qualified In Septic Fields,  Forming Driveways,  Landscaping  886-3445  /SUPPLYING  / ��� Vinyl Siding ��� Sundeck Coatings  I ��� Aluminum Railings ��� Aluminum Awnings  I  ��� Aluminum Patio Covers  / ��� Power Washing  Serving The Entire Sunshine Const  Gibsons Call 886-3002 Paul Franske  V  BC FERRIES  Schedule  VANCOUVER-SECHELT PENINSULA  HORSESHOE BAY-LANODALE  __,  WINTER - SPRING '88  Effective Fri., Jan. 1 to  Thurs., June 23,1988  JERVIS INLET  EARLS COVE-SALTERY BAY  Lv. Horseshoe Bay  7:30 am       3:30 pm M  9:30 M 5:30  11:30 am     7:25 M  1:15 pm       9:15  M' denotes no Mivarlck Bui on Sundays -  Lv. Langdale  6:20 am     2:30 pm  8:30 M< 4:30  10:30 am 6:30  12:25 pm M 8:20 M  - M denotes Mivtrlch Bui -  Lv. Earls Cove  6:40 am       6:30  10:30 8:30  12:25 pmM   10:20 M  4:30 pm  Lv. Saltery Bay  5:46 am 5:30 M  9:25 M 7:30  11:30 9:30  3:30 pm  'EXTRA SAILINGS   EASTER / EARLY SUMMER: LV. Earls Cove-  Ellectlve Thurs., Mar. 31 thru Mon., April 4 and from 8:20  Fri., May 20 thru Thurs., June 23 2:30  Lv. Saltery Bay  7:35  1:30 pm  OMEQA  Terminer  'Note there will be no  "First Ferry" run on Seturdeye  No Sue Service Sundeye  ���6:02 Qlbeone       -8:00 Sunnycrtet   '6:55    Lower  7:45 Merlne           7:47 (Weill               6:00     Bui  6:45 6:47                         10:00    Shelter  11:45 11:47                        12:00  1:40 1:42                        1:50  3:46 3:47                          4:00  5:45 5:47                            6:00  '6:03 Ferry              '6:10  6:03 Tirmlnel        6:10  10:03 10:10  12:03 12:10  1:53 2:06  4:03 4:10  6:03 6:10  |MINI BUS SCHEDULE |   Monday        Tuesday      Wednesday     Thursday Friday  Leaves Sechell            8 40am            840am            8 40'a m            8.40 am 840am  for Gibsons              '10 00 am         "10 00 a.m.         "10 00 am.        '10 00 am 10 00 am  The Dock. Cowrie Slreet                 I 00 pm            I 00 p.m             I 00 p m             I 00 p m  ' 3 15pm 2 30 pm         ' 3:15 p.m            2 30 p.m. 3 15 p m  Leaves Gibsons  for Sechelt  Lower Gibsons.  Municipal Parking Lot,  Gower Pt Rd * '  9 15 a m  ���10 45 am  ��� 1 35 p.m  4 00 p m  LOWER ROAD'   rr  9 15 a m  11.45 a.m  1:50 p m  ' 4 00 p m  9 15am  10 45 am  1 35 p m  4 00 p m  i Un.ift    Kp;irh  9 15 a.m  11 45 a.m.  ��� 1.35 p.m  ��� 4 00 p m  I nwpr Hn.nl  9 15 a.m  10 45 a m  4.00 p m  Suncoast Transportation Schedules Sponsored By  Gikm Iwd ^SwW!WwtAg��������  13 Years Travel Experience  == 886-9255  =  Insurance, CMopkV)   Notary  ===== 886-2000 =  Red Carpel Service From Friendly Professionals In Sunnycwsl Mall. Cibsons  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE  Custom Culling ��� Planing  Bevel Siding ��� Posts & r  Chris Napper 8663468  R.RJ4. S6, C78,  Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0  laning i  & Beams       ij^LJ  '^aaat^mmmX^Ki  West Coasf Drywall"~>  RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION  Board  ��� Spray - Demounteble Partitions . Int. 6 Ext. Painting  Tape    - Steel Studs     - Suspended Drywall       . Insulation  ��� T Bar Ceilings Ceilings  For Guaranteed Quality & Service Call  v   BRENT ROTTLUFF or RON HOVDEN  _  V 966-9496 hccobioV  f   QIBSONS TAX SERVICE  Ave. Price S1B.00  Income Tax Preparation  All business strictly confidential  A. Jack  636 Martin Rd., Qlbsons 886-7878  'REWARD'1  Have your REAL ESTATE needs handled professionally and  you will be rewarded by results Free evaluation.  consultations, and listings wanted. j R (J|ffl| Munr0  GIBSONS REALTY ltd. 0l,ice: 886-"77  Sunnycrest Mall tic,    886-7134  <5>  uLtm autism  <3)  886-7359  Conversion   Windows,   Glass,  Auto  &  Marine   Glass, Aluminum Windows  & Screens, Mirrors  '  Hwy 101 & Pratt Rd. ,  SCHNYOER WELD & FAB.  Welding 8i Repairs  886-7303   885-4116  HCHAINSAWS^i  SALES & SERVICE  KELLY'S LAWNMOWER &  CHAINSAW LTD.  I   HWY. 101 & PRATT RD.  886-2912  J  BLACK RICHMOND PEAT SOIL 6.7' & 8' OOLDElA  8,d��.d.li,.,.d,nS.ch.���   $160     HEDS|NG EVERQREENS  BARK MULCH .300/..  15 vds delivered In Sechell   JetfU w   '"'  COHSr'S UBGESr NU��SEB|r  ��� JO ACMS OF PLANTS  MURRAY'S NURSERY        261-2151  Locatod 1 mile norlh ot Hwy 101 on Mason Rd.    MMflTi __  TIEH1VEY & WHITE  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS  BRYAN E. TIERNEY, C.A.  683-2167 (Residence 298-7713)  ^ 214131 WATER STREET. VANCOUVER. B.C. V8B 4M3     5  GREAT PACIFIC  MANAGEMENT   ^  ��� Financial Planning Service     C��- LTD'(EST- '965>  ��� Investment Fund AlasdairW. Irvine  ��� RRSP'S Kr|,������������i���  ��� Retirement Income Funds       (604) 886-6600  ��� Tax Shelters  886-9411  ^^^^^ Showroom Ktrn'a Plaza, Hwy 101  ipen Tuaaday to Saturday 10-4 pm  ^.-.���',v--      :  .-*-'��. \ Letters to the Editor   1     < " /  Sales director answers criticism  Coast News, April 11,1988  15.  Editor:  Firsl, lei me identify myself. I  am Ihe Director of Sales and  Marketing for Glacier National  Life Assurance Company. Our  head office is in Vancouver,  B.C. We are one of the few national insurance companies wilh  offices in B.C., as mosl are in  the eastern provinces.  Therefore, we create considerable employment in B.C.  as well as across the country.  I have read your Coast News  article of March 28, under Ihe  Sechell Seniors Seclion by Larry  Grafton, and I believe lhal I  should be afforded equal space  lo reply lo some of the allegations made by him therein.  We have paid in excess of $1  million in claims lo hundreds of  senior citizens throughout B.C.  through sponsorship of our pro  gram for ihe subscribers of  Elder Statesman. Mr. Grafton  mentions in his article, subtitled 'Caution', "a half page  advertisement in one of our  local publications addressed to  seniors particularly is the result  and aftermath of local protest  caused by high pressure tactics  applied on a so-called voluntary  basis by an established insurance company on our  membership". Although no  name was mentioned in the article, Ihe insurance company  underwriting this program is, in  fact, Glacier National Life  Assurance Company.  In ihe article il stales lhat the  insurance we make available lo  the public is superfluous and  lhat a reduction in medical services by the governmenl could  come about if loo many seniors  enrolled under our coverages.  Of course, this is ridiculous as  anyone with any common sense  would realize. Our program in  no way competes or even comes  close to replacing any government plan. It is a supplemental  program one may want to carry  to take care of expenses and  costs of things that occur at  home due to hospitalization.  Therefore, I would appreciate  the writer of this article explaining to me how this would cause  the government to reduce their  program. This statement, in  fact, may have caused more  panic than anything else among  the seniors in your area.  Now, as lo Ihe high pressure  tactics and the 'havoc' that supposedly has been caused in the  Sechelt area, I would invite  those in the area lhat allegedly  School Board needs spinach  Editor:  Talk about passing the buck!  The latest action of the School  Board lo leave the decision of  "no smoking" in the schools to  the administrators is just that!  A year ago, the Board had  Ihe same issue raised. There was  an immediate response from the  principals (now administrators),  that this would be impossible to  control and that they were opposed to it. What kind of  response does the Board expect  now from these same administrators?  The Board is supposed to  have the welfare of the students  at heart. Why did they feel they,  themselves, could not take ac  tion on an issue of life and  death for the children?  If the U.S. Army and Navy  can ban smoking, if New York  city can, if many public places  can, why can't our Board?  Maybe they need a little more  iron will. Have a can of  spinach!  Doris Fuller  Not just Coquihalla  Editor:  The Social Credit Government's mismanagement of the  Coquihalla projeel is not an  isolated incident. The disastrous  North Easl Coal projeel alone is  sufficient cause for concern.  NDP efforts to examine Ihese  mismanaged projects are not  enough, because of its own  complicity during Iheir development stages.  British Columbians need an  inquiry into Ihe management of  the B.C. Government. With a  provincial election more than  two years away, the Social  Credit - NDP combination's  mismanagement could further  damage the B.C. economy. We  need responsible, qualified  public servants now!  E.G. Wiens  North Van Band  marks 50th year  Editor:  The 50th Anniversary of the  North Vancouver Youth Band  is to be celebrated during the  -, tvlIL/(  5hakeS  May long weekend in 1989. It  was formed as the North Vancouver Schools Band in March  1939, to give a musical education to North Vancouver school  children.  In order to establish a mailing  list and formulate plans for the  50th Anniversary, former band  members and their families are  asked to send their current address and phone number to:  Keith Errington, Chairperson  50th Anniversary Committee  2454 Hayseed Close  North Vancouver, B.C. V7H  1N5. Telephone: 929-3975  Past members will be able to  participate in an anniversary  concert in the Orpheum Theatre.  Readers who may know former band members are asked to  'spread the word'.  Keith Errington  North Vancouver, B.C.  have been mistreated to call me  on my Watts line number, free  of charge, at their convenience  so I can ivestigate this matter  further, 1-800-663-0662. As io  Ihe lasl statement in the article  that sponsorship of our program by a seniors oriented  publication could, and possibly  will, be detrimental to the  welfare of a large block of  senior citizens, I assume the  writer must feel that our program is worthless, therefore, I  have enclosed one letter from  hundreds of happy clients that  we have which you may also  wish to print which completely  negates the biased opinion thai  ihe writer seems to have.  I think thai everybody should  have a free choice and I ihink  lhal everyone should be faced  by Iheir accuser and il seems  that by not providing us with  full details as to these tremendous amounts of complaints  and havoc caused in that area  that we have not had our day in  court. As for the Elder  Statesman, I find it a fine paper  for senior citizens. In fact, our  head actuary is 86 years old, our  president is 65 years old,  and I am 61 years old, and we  all read the Elder Statesman and  look forward to it each month.  We sympathize with Mr. Grafton for cancelling his subscription and depriving himself of  the fines! senior citizen paper  that I know of in the whole of  Canada. But to each his own.  Jack Haueter, M.B.A.  Director of Sales and Marketing  Editor's Note: The advertisement to which Mr. Grafton  referred was not run in the  Coast News.  Squamish  occasion  Editor:  This summer we are celebrating our Centennial and there  will be special events on the  Canada Day weekend and our  Loggers Sporls Day weekend  July 28, 29, 30, 31 and August  I.  We are inviting everyone who  was born in Squamish or grew  up there to come back for these  special days.  Could you please, through  your columns let everyone know  of our celebrations and that  they are very welcome to attend.  In addition there will be a  number of olher events, but  these are the main ones.  Rose Tatlon  Squamish Centennial  Committee  Sunahlna Coast  PEST CONTROL LTD   Greaves Rd      Pender Harbour. BC    VON 2H0  LOCALLY OPERATED  GOVERNMENT LICENSED  UNMARKED VEHICLES  For control of carpenter ants, rodents & other pasts  Our Perimeter Treatment  Cuts down on the invasion  of crawling insects  For Confidential  Advice & Estimates   883-2531  OUR SPECIALTY - Pretreatmenl of houses under constructio'n!  tmrtinnl      ^�� I  SPACE AVAILABLE  for your new home in our  MOBILE HOME PARK  In Rockland Wynd. Browning Rd , Wilson Creek  Enjoy ocean view and access, paved driveway,  fresh ocean breezes, quiet tranquil atmosphere  MOBILE HOME SALES  ��� Best new mobile home prices in B.C.!  ��� Set-up and servicing of all makes  ��� Two excellent parks with pad spaces  ��� Representative lor Moduline  ��� Eight years serving Ihe Sunshine Coast  THAT'S SHOP-AT-HOME SERVICE!  Come in and talk fo us now  CHAPMAN CREEK  HOMES HFU  4496 Hwy. 101, flo_    -n_._  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek      OO3mjif03  Lube, Oil,  Filter Service^  = 57 Point Inspect ion ^^  all for  Offer good 'til Apr. 16  i For Complete Automotive Repairs  VMo Ruk Cte  Shaw Rd. al Hwy 101, Gibsons  (Basement of PetroCan Store)  Meg Makrodimitras received a 25 pound chocolate bunny from the  Gibsons Landing Merchants Association last Sunday for guessing  Ihe correct number of jelly beans in a jar (2260). Keith Senderling  of Truffles made the presentation. -Vern Elliott photo  HOW  International  Union Jack  4 litre Reg, $81.70  NOW  Ha  B��TTOM?  $1:720  IW*-J /  ��  tjQternational*  litterlix  BUM lilt tnil'i  cocn�� ���  UHfHI  Copper Paint  4 litre Reg. $71.50  $5720  NOW*-*/  MaritimeMarin  FINISH  International XXX  BOttOm    \_Oat   (Limited supply)  4 litre Reg. $118.95     ^||/\<n|*  Benjamin Moore SC��  NOW  S*0*6* & TfUUvi  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD  885-2923  Cowrie St., Sechelt  SALE ENDS  APRIL 23 16.  Coast News, April 11,1988  "Honestly. Do I look as if I'd soil the carpet?"  "All I know is it feels great to walk and  play on ... it's soft and velvety ...  if I lay down I could really sleep on it.  It's my favourite carpet.  I heard Mommy say it's 'gorjus'.  And Daddy said, it's guaranteed  to resist soil, stain and static.  And Mommy said, that's  Stainstopper for you.  And Daddy said, I like the price.  And Mommy said, she loves me.  ' Wish they'd stop talking and find  my teddy bear.  Oh! don't forget to look for my  picture in the store - Dad took it!  It's on the Stainstopper display."  By Burlington ... of course  fSjn  ID  Stainstopper: the ability to resist staining  from most common household food and  beverage spills. Superior dirt resistance. An  exclusive feature of Burlington's Supremacy  fibre.  Burlington not only makes the carpet but the  yarn as well...and Burlington makes it better,  too, from the world's largest selling fibre.  Stainstopper: more carpet for your money  Burlington S3  ...of course!  Come in & check this display of over 100 samples of  MY FAVOOHITE STADfSTOPPEB CARPETS  $100,000  New Inventory  GREAT SELECTION...  SUPER PRICES!  Country Suite, our heaviest  cut & loop $9 J95  This week only  r  M95  sq. yd-  Wear, fashion & flair at economic prices  CUT & LOOP   $  Large selection at only  1095  u %_W sq. yd.  BERBER  Low lustre, wool look  $095  %_Wsq. yd.  Our heaviest Stainstopper  CUT & LOOP   $  22  95  sq. yd.  Large  ROLL ENDS  up to 18'xlT  Cover your 16'x12' rec room  for only $96.00  *** mmm.q.  Another shipment of  REMNANTS  Just in.  all at  mmwumw Sq.  KITCHEN PRINTS  (good for rec rooms, too)  100% nylon, Scolchguarded,  quiet, soft, economical  %_��%_�� sq.ft.  GRASS TURF  Slate, rust, green  sq. ft.  Mon-Sat  9-5  DeVRIES YOUR DECORATING CENTRE  886-7112  709 Hwy 101, Gibsons  ...'*...-    - :  ���J :-v. , _~~'* *~ -���>-----'��� Coast News, April 11,1988  17.  The Sunshine  Second Section  Aquaculture exposition  Selling out fast  Management ol" the Aquaculture International Exposition, which will be held at The  Vancouver Trade and Convention Center, September 6 - 9,  I988, is elated over an unprecedented early sell-out of their 330  exhibit spaces, and has added a  further 65 booths, Marketing  Manager, Bruce Guerin announced today.  Prompted by a steadily growing waiting list, organizers have  reserved the British Columbia  Enterprise Center's all glass  Discovery Building - British  Columbia's popular pavilion  during EXPO 86, Vancouver's  World Fair. The iwo sites will  be linked by a 7 minute complimentary shuttle service, running continuously ihroughoul the  four day Exposition.  "The expansion of the Exposition into the Discovery  Building will allow us to be  more international than  ever,"says Guerin. "In the first  week of sales 15 new companies  were signed, including two from  France and firms from Italy,  Equador and Iceland. Firms  from countries already committed are, Sweden, West Germany, Norway, ihe UK, Finland, Switzerland, Taiwan and  the USA. Exhibits continue to  represent a well balanced, broad  range of products and services  addressing all components of  the aquaculture industry." He  continued, "Since space is a hot  item, we urge interested parties  lo contacl us soon to avoid  disappointment."  Running concurrently with  the Exposition, Aquaculture International Congress will attract  several thousand delegates from  Canada, the U.S.A., South  America, the U.K., Europe,  South and East Asia, Australia  and New Zealand.  Close to 100 top aquaculture  authorities from around the  world will speak on issues likely  to affect future global  developments. Key and controversial topics will address the  many areas of production, post-  harvest technology, product  quality, and a wide range of national and international marketing concerns. Other issues will  examine transportation techniques, packaging technologies,  public and private financing  and aquaculture as a viable investment.  Opportunities will abound  for delegates and exhibitors to  exchange information and  technology. This exciting four  day dual evenl will provide a  stimulating environment to  meet business associates and  establish new contacts.  Delegates should also find time  to visit the many diverse aquaculture operations while in  British Columbia.  Good turnout at  blood clinics  There was a good turnout at blood donor clinics on the  Sunshine Coast in March. In Sechelt on March 28, the blood  donor clinic registered 162 people and 146 gave blood. Three  days later, on March 31, the Gibsons clinic registered 96 peo-  ple, 78 of whom gave blood.   Lepage on camera  Mayor Strom was familiar with.  LePage had been stopped from  constructing a sundeck on the  house he rents because he had  no building permit.  After listening to a somewhat  disjointed speech by LePage on  his views that the Coast had  'outrageous' prices and that the  council were 'dictators' Mayor  Strom informed LePage that  there would be no need for him  to submit his cheque.  "You will not receive a  building permit, Mr. LePage,"  she said, "because the owners  do not want any construction  on their property."  Benoit LePage entertained  the Coast lasl Tuesday at Gibsons Council by stating he  would attempt to purchase a  building permit with a cheque  wriiten on a large piece of  plywood.  "I phoned the Bank," he  said, "and they said it was  legal."  "Is there a reason you waited  three weeks?" asked Mayor  Diane Strom.  "The cameras," replied  LePage. This was the regular  monthly meeting that was  broadcast live by Cable 11.  Apparently this was an issue  For second season  Tea House Opens  ��� a   4      !       i  Kathy Love is pleased to announce that  THE CORNERSTONE TEA HOUSE  will open for its second season on Saturday, April 16th. Serving a selection of fresh scones, baked daily, with your choice  of whipped cream, cheese and a variety of homemade jams,  teas, coffee and juices, the tea house will be open every  Saturday and Sunday from 11 until 4, rain or shine. Relax on  the verandah with its spectacular view of the goings on at  Gibsons Harbour and Molly's Reach, or take refreshments in  the elegant living rooms of this historic 1913 home, surrounded with the warmth of wooden wainscotting, and a  cozy fireplace.  We're at the 5-way corner in Lower Gibsons, on the high  side across from Pioneer Park. Parking is available at the  Bank of Montreal lot. Reservations are preferred but not  necessary at 886-9261. Please come and visit soon.  Am/FRTISrMFNT     ,.  .... Ul v\:...   .  mm  STAPr  They're off! Eighty participants stream away from the starting line  Medical Plan coverage  of the Eleventh Annual April Fool's Day Run last Sunday. A full  report will be carried in the Coast News next week. ���Vern Ellioii photo  Good news for massage therapists  After months of suspense,  Massage Therapists learned  recently that their services will  still be covered by the B.C.  Medical Services Plan.  The good news came just a  week after the Throne Speech  announcement of government  plans for using Massage  Therapy and other alternative  treatments in hospitals and in  proposed new senior citizen and  community health care centers.  Peter Behr, President of the .  Massage  Therapists'  Associa  tion, explained, "Last  September, Health Minister  Peter Dueck questioned Ihe  need for alternatives to traditional medical care. He suggested that coverage for  Massage Therapy might be  removed from the Medical Services Plan. Since then, we and  our patients have worked hard  to educate the government  about the low cost and high effectiveness of Massage  Therapy.".  The government has recently  taken a good look at the whole  issue of health care costs. "They  learned that treatments like  Massage Therapy actually save  money," Behr said.  Behr thinks that Massage  Therapy patients deserve much  of the credit for convincing the  governmenl to change its mind  about Massage. The Ministry of  Health has been flooded with  phone calls and letters in support of the therapy. "Our patients' loyalty and determination to keep Massage on Ihe  Medical Plan has touched us  and supported us," Behr added.  Over 60,000 patients a year  are referred to Massage  Therapists for medical conditions ranging from arthritis ;lo  back pain to whiplash. TJie  average course of 4 to ; 5  Massage Therapy treatments  costs the health care system ortlv  $30 to $55 in total. A Massage  Therapy Association patient  survey shows an 87 percent success rate.  e WORKWEN?  EWORLD  j__i  ���  \   -  '  .wmL  Your Choice (4 AQO  i wise  DENIM JEANSSS^Zb.  100% Cotton Denim. 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Reg. $8.99  e WORKWEN?  /IK WORLD = ��  SAI.I  I \I>S: AI'KII. 161 It. 1(>XX  100% LOCALLY OWNED it OPERATED  MEN'S COVERALLS I  &  REDSTRAP JEANS  Reg. $32.98 to $36.98  Cowrie St.   Sechelt  885-5858 Coast News, April 11,1988  'Einstein' as portrayed by actor Christopher Britten who will appear in one performance only at the Twilight Theatre in Gibsons on  April 17 at 2 pm. This event is sponsored by the Sunshine Coast  Arts Council (see story below).  Play on Einstein at  the Twilight Theatre  In John Burnside  The Twilight Theatre is the  venue lor a theatrical study of  one of ihe outstanding figures  of ihe 20th Century on Sunday,  April 17 at 2 pm.  It is difficult io ihink of a  jangle individual whose life and  work casts a longer shadow over  this turbulent century lhan  ���\��bert Einstein. On Sunday, ihe  Sjjishine Coast Arts Council  hjings the widely acclaimed  one-man play, Einslein, to local  Earrings  Galore  & accessories/?.  E Spring Hours  Tues - Sat  -*; 11:30 - 5:30  AH        lellective April 121  audiences for one performance  only.  The play is set in Einstein's  study at Princeton University  on ihe greal scientisl's 70th birlhday. It is a humourous and  moving retrospective of Einstein's life as well as his work  and, though underplayed, Ihe  shadow of Ihe nuclear age  which was born of his  endeavours in his thoughts.  Kinslein the Play had its  premiere in Toronto in March  of ihis year and since il was firsl  performed ii has been Ihe recipient of critical acclaim and  enormous audience response  wherever it has been performed.  The play was written by  Gabriel Emanuel and features  noted aclor Christopher Britten  in the role of Einstein.  Tickets are $12.50 for this  single local performance and  can be obtained al the Arls Centre, and Talewind Books in  Sechelt and ai the Hunter  Gallery in Gibsons. Phone Sandi at 885-3891 in the mornings  for more information.  Jack & Jill Pre-school   p  OPEN HOUSE  FALL REGISTRATION  April 16th, 10 am - 1 pm  (Info Call-886-3119)  Notice Board         ��� j  ��� Gibsons Business & Professional Women's Club meeting April 11,6:30 at llw Wtiarl  ; Restaurant in Davis Bay Conlact Muriel Haynes at 886-7343 or Janice Edmonds at  .886-3438  j Shornclltle Auxifiary Monthly Meeting. Tuesday. April 19 at 1:30 pm in the conference room at Shorncliffe Please join us  ; C.F.U.W The University Women's Club of Ihe Sunshine Coist Holds its luncheon  ; meeting Wednesday, April 13. at 11.30 am. Camp Olave, Roberts Creek Annual  ; General Meeting with election ol oflicers New members welcome, lor inlo call  ; 885-9232  ��� Volunteers required lor seniors program, food bank, clerical work, help al a drop-in  ', rentre and tutoring E 5 L students For more inlormalion. please call Ihe Volunteer  I Aclion Cenlre at 885-5881  j Save The Children Fund week April 11 lo 17, The Sunshine Coasl branch will be  ; holding its annual Spring Crall Sale. April 12 and 13, 1010 5 al Trail Bay Mall. April  IJ4, 15. and 16 al Sunnycrest Mall  JC.O.R.E. Course April 18 lo May 4 in Wilson Creek Club House ol the Sechelt Gun  '. Club Class size limited to 25 Phone Fred Gazeley at 886-9631 and Bea Rankin at  ! 885-9787  I Elphinstone Aero Club will be holding a Flea Maikel from 10 to 2 and an auction Irom  J 2 to 4 pm at Ihe Sechell Airport Club House. April 17. Tables, $5. We will auction  'your articles lor you. Everyone Welcome, 385-2210  ; New Lll�� Christian Academy Sechell Play. "Nathaniel Ihe Grublel", April 15/16/17,  ���7pm. For Iree tickets call 885-4775 or 886-3321.  jYirt) Salt - St. Mary's Catholic Church, Hwy. 101, Gibsons, Saturday. April 16.  'Elphinstone Electors Association General Meeting. Wednesday. April 13. 7:30 pm in  (the new Community Use Room. Cedar Grove Elementary. All Area E residents  J welcome.  ; Gibsons Chamber ol Commerce Elections - The Gibsons and Dislricl Chamber of Commerce will hold its election ol oflicers lor the 1988/89 year on Wednesday. April 20  ���during the General Meeting at Ihe Marine Room. The meeling will begin at 7:30.  > Nominations will be accepted until Friday. April 15. Please call the chamber office at  (886-2325 for more info.  '. Sunshine Coast Peace Committee and Continuing Education present Project  ^Ploughshares video, delayed from March, on Monday, April 11,7:30 pm at Roberts  'Creek School library. Michael Pentz, British scientist describes role of the peace  'movement in the disarmament process. Discussion and refreshments follow. All  'welcome.  ��� U.C.W. Plant, Craft a Book Salt - Gibsons United Church Hall. Saturday. April 30,1  'id 3 pm.  'The Suncoast Writers' Forge Annual General Meeting on Wednesday, April 13 at the  'Sechelt Arts Centre is at 7:30 pm. Everyone welcome.   P.iges From A Lite Lotj  An actor's  commitment  by Peter Trower  In Death   of  an  Angel,  he  played a mysterious cult figure  who wanders through the desert  like a latterday John the Baptist, carrying a cross. The self  appointed messiah, has a group  of mesmerized followers. It is  rather like Ticket to Heaven in  reverse. But Angel has little else  in common with excellent earlier films and audiences gave it  short shrift. Mancuso refrained  from commenting on this one.  The ihird film Heartbreakers,  is one of Mancuso's personal  favourites. A sort of lower key  Pope of Greenwich Village, it  did poorly at ihe box office but  has since picked up a large  underground following. "Bobby Roth wrote it and 1 did it  wilh Peter Coyote for Orion  Pictures. Il got great reviews but  terrible distribution. Unfortunately, during the course of the  production, it got turned into a  sort of 'buddy' picture.  Originally, ii was a bit more  than lhal. Bul it still works well.  You musl see it."  The money coming in from  film work, enabled Nick and  Barbara lo travel. On one occasion, they relumed lo Nick's old  Italian hometown, Mammola.  Things there had changed quite  radically. "A good three-  quarters of the population  migrated after the war. Some of  ihem returned bul whal ihey  broughl with ihem was American culture. In Ihe old days, we  made all our own food. There  were no cars; only one phone  and one TV set. Now the place  has become like America. It's  Ihe mosl bizarre thing. All the  kids are wearing the latest  clothes; drinking cokes and  eating hamburgers. Everyone  has a lit I lo car. The old people  are really peed off."  Mancuso had to ihis poinl,  Cable 11  Tuesday, April 12  6:00 p.m.  Sunshine Coast  Music Festival  Honours Performance  Coast  Cable T.V. presents  full coverage of the honours  performance at Elphinstone on  March 18.  7:45 p.m.  Guiding on the Coasl  A Diamond Anniversary'  Paulette Sheldon hosts a look  at the Girl Guides on Ihe Coasl  with interviews with Brownies,  Guides, Pathfinders and some  of the people behind the scenes.  Maryanne West hosts a look  at guiding in the past with Len  and Betty Allen, Fran Heppell  (West),  Denise Lee (Quarry),  Merrilee Mulligan (Olson), and  Wendy Inglis. Taped on location at the old Guide Hall in  Roberts Creek.  Wednesday, April 13  7:00 p.m.  E.S.P. T.V.  The Poverty Game  Donna Thomas hosts an interview dealing wilh The Poverty Game, a game based on  Monopoly that  simulates the  situation  of poor  people in  Canada.  Thursday, April 14  7:00 p.m.  Olde Time Favourites  with Steve and Jack  Steve While and Jack Inglis  bring their  musical  talent  lo  Coasl  Cable  Television  once  more wilh anolher of their open  request programmes.  8:00 p.m.  All Star Boxing  Matt   Small   hosts   full  coverage of the boxing event  held April 9, at the curling rink  in Gibsons. Mall's guest and  colour commentator is Canadian Olympic bronze medalist  Dale Walters.  If***;:  REMEMBER:  If you're going to  gamble with your  SEPTIC TANK  a flush  is better  than a  full house.  BONNIEBROOK  INDUSTRIES ltd  for Septic Tank Pumpln;      \  Ask For Lucky Larry 886-7064  spent most of his spare time  partying and freely admits it. "I  was very self destructive during  my lale leens, right through inlo  my early thirties. 1 drank and  did a lol of drugs. I'm only alive  ihrough a set of fortunate  circumstances. Sometimes 1 feel  I've already gone through about  ihree separate lifetimes."  Around the time of his alliance with Barbara, Mancuso  now 39, managed lo cool out  his fast-lane living. He is still a  heavy smoker but has given up  booze and drugs. He credits this  largely to a radical change in  thinking. "I got inlo yoga,  aikido (a passive form of the  martial arls), and oriental  philosophy in general. I began  io see links between drama and  poetry and these eastern disciplines. It's all connected, you  see. I think I'm a lot happier  since 1 discovered this. It got me  away from all the anger and em-  billerment and broke my  dependence on stimulants."  Mancuso's nexl film Paroles  et Musique (love songs), was  made entirely in Europe, where  he has a large and loyal fan following, In it, he plays one of  two men involved in a love  triangle with beautiful French  actress, Catherine Deneuve.  Reportedly, the film is quite  good bul, for some reason, it  has never been released in North  America.  Following his return from  Europe, Nick went on location  in Quebec, for the French  Canadian epic Maria  Chapdelalne. In it, he plays a  young lumberjack, hopelessly  enamoured of the title character. Chapdelaine is a haunting  evocative film and it ranks,  along with Heaven and Heart-  breakers, as one of Nick's three  favorites. "It was a bit sprawling. We shot it near Montreal  where ihe actual story took  place. The cinematography is  incredibly beautiful. It should  be seen on wide screen as opposed lo VCR. The picture got  greal critical reviews in L.A."  To be continued...  j& GIBSONS LEGION  m  Branch  *109  Bring your friends  make up a party and  Have a Great Evening  with the  LARRY GILLESPIE DUO  April 15 & 16  MEMBERS & GUESTS WELCOME  H Al R BrinH ,ne whole family  'tmrfffTj @/ cjylING'" ,,r'"'s you <cin dfford  Fully \icer____J_________m_, _m  SfwUdU  t. I     ��k��*  (until the  end of Aprill  -Phone or drop in now 885-3946-  TUES.WED. FRI   9:00-5:00  THURSDAY 9:00-9:00  SATURDAY 9:00-1:00  6225 Norwest Bay Rd.,  West Sechelt  Chicken Shack  885-7414  Home Delivery after 4:00 pm  OflQCK   12 pc./sm fries)  $299  ��� Bucket  $2oo OFF  I Shack Burger    $295  (2 patties, ham, cheese, tomato, lettuce, onion, pickles)  In the Heart of Sechelt  Cowrie St.  885-7414  The Sunshine Coast News is celebrating the  First Anniversary of the Opening of its Sechelt office  at 5521 Cowrie St.  To mark this occasion, another step forward in the 43 year  history of the newspaper, we are hosting an  OPEN HOUSE  on Thursday, April 14th  from noon until 5:30 pm  You are specially invited to drop in and see our offices, meet  our staff and enjoy our hospitality. We're proud to be your  community newspaper, and we want to show our appreciation for your support.  537 Cruice Lane, Cibsons  886-2622  5521 Cowrie St., Sechell  885-3930  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945 Myma Kostash will be reading from her works at the Arts Centre  this Friday.  Book review  Gom weaves magic  hy Rose Nicholson  Housebroken hy Lcona Gom.  NeWcsi Press. $8.95  11 would he loo easy to  describe l.eona Gom's novel  "Housebroken" as a (hree way  surburban iragedy, bul thai  would not give a hint of Ihe skill  wilh which she leads the reader  ihrough ihe dissection of three  people's lives nor the vivid imagery and Hashes of humour  lhat explode like fireworks on a  dark nighl.  In describing a character she  says 'Her voice is loo loud, fills  my pasiel kitchen like a shrill  colour, a shoul of red or  orange'  The imagery is highly  evocative... 'I go round to all  Ihe windows, pull closed Ihe  curtains, They arc eyelids, I  think, not slopping others from  looking in, bul slopping me  from looking out', and 'my  hands arc so rough from all the  water they've been in I could  grale carrots on them.  Houseproud my mother called  il. Houseproud, housebound,  housebroken, household,  housekcep: words of possession  all of Ihem, ownership, by  houses, you arc whal you live  Ovens  paintings  captivate  by Vivian Chamberlin  Fran Reid Ovens has just  hung a small bul captivating  show al the Hunter Gallery in  Gibsons.  These are all new acrylics by  this well-known Coasl artist,  who has gleaned her material  from her travels of the West  Coast and Vancouver Island.  They reflect her continuing interest in Indian lore and B.C.  scenery. Familiar as we are with  her inimitable syle, her strong  shapes and limited pallette, this  show is a surprise colourwise.  Her paintings such as  'Solitude', 'Sea Otter Cove',  and 'Coloured Houses', vibrate  with yellows, purples, blues and  greens. The warmth of the set-  ling sun bailies the strong  'Nighl Anchorage'; a small blue  painting called 'Cape Sultle',  has immediate appeal for me  personally.  Fran has a second year  diploma from Ihe Vancouver  School of Art, and is self-taught  in acrylics. One of her paintings  and her biography were published in the 1987 Artists of B.C.  This show will be on exhibit unlil April 25. Don't miss it.  in, Christ, I'm a splil level in  Chilliwack.'  The humour is devastating...  'hangover, and over, and over,  the Power of Positive  Drinking.'  There arc many provocative  insights. Speaking of a Solidarity demonstration, Gom says...  'The trouble with power is lhal  it musl either be exercised or  relinquished.'  II would be unfair to give  even a hint of Ihe slory line. It is  enough to say thai al the beginning the reader Is lold lhat Ihere  has been a Iragedy, bul nol  whal il is. The rcsl of Ihe book  is a skillful weaving of pasl and  presenl thai carries ihe plot  ihrough lo Ihe inevitable ycl  surprising conclusion.  Leona Gom was born in  Alberta and teaches Fuglish and  Creative Writing at Kwantlen  College in Surrey. She has had  her work published in literary  journals and anthologies in  Canada, the U.S. and  Australia. She has written five  volumes of poetry and won the  Canadian Authors' Association  Award of $5(XX) for her book of  poetry, 'Land of the Peace'.  'Housebroken' is her first  novel.  Arts Beat  'No Kidding' author  Canadian author, Myma  Kostash, will be at the Arts Centre in Sechelt on Friday, April  15, at 8 pm. She will be discussing her recently published book  No Kidding.  At the age of forty, Kostash  realized that the world of  teenage girls had changed since  her own adolescent years, so she  set out lo explore the new territory. She interviewed scores of  girls across the country and No  Kidding is the result of these  very frank discussions.  Teenagers, parents and all caring adults will find the book  enlightening, if at limes disturbing.  Koslash has written ihree  other books, Her Own Woman,  All of Bulla's Children and  Long Way from Home. She is  frequent contributor to  Chatelaine, Saturday Night,  Macleans and several other  magazines, has written for films  and stage, and has also been a  contributor to several collections, including the Canadian  Encyclopedia  The reading at the Arls Centre, thanks to Canada Council,  is free.  On Wednesday, of this week,  Penny Lim and Caroline Price  of Vancouver, transform the  Arts Centre with their show of  prints, drawings and sculpture.  Called 'Doublevision' this show  has bolh playful and serious  elements and lakes its inspiration from daily items and fantasy.  The  artists   will   meet   the  public al a reception at the Arts  Centre on Saturday, April 16, at  2 pm.  POST-IMPRESSIONIST  Carrying on from his talk on  Impressionism last week, artist  and teacher Paul Deggan brings  ihe world of the Post-  Impressionists lo the Arts Cenlre on Thursday, April 14, at 8  pm. A complex and fascinating  group, artists like Van Gogh,  Cezanne and Gauguin had a  wide reaching influence on the  an of ihe 20th century. Using  slides as illustration, Mr. Deggan will give insight into their  art and the forces which shaped  il.  Admission is $3.50, $3 for  sludenls at the door.  Coast News, April 11,1988 19.  USED BUILDING SUPPLIES  Quality, used lumber, bricks, windows, lights plumbing, etc  P m m USKD BUILDING MATERIALS  11947 Tannery Rd., Surrey  MONDAY-SATURDAY I  We also buy used building materials  ���-1*11  This Weekend's  ENTERTAINMENT  at the   A  fit\a\Vl'''  we've got them back  Two of the great entertainers  THE  CUERVO BROS.  if you remember them...  you'll be here early  if you've only just heard of them,  don't miss them  IT'S A BIG BIG WEEKEND  AT THE CEDARS  Mi  Your guide to  the finest in  area dining  Twwl oJ  ftetWt  It was one of those days when I fell like a man-sized meal but  I wanled it in pleasanl surroundings wilh atmosphere.  So, I decided to treal my wife and myself lo an evening al the  Omega Restaurant in Lower Gibsons. Now I knew it wouldn't  be loo difficult to talk her inlo it because she has been known lo  walk for miles just for a taste of the famous Omega potato and,  sure enough, as soon as I mentioned the idea she had her coal  on.  On this particular night the Omega special was sauleed prawns  on pita bread and this was selected by my wife. As I mentioned,  I had a vigorous appetite to subdue so I chose the 16 ounce lop  sirloin. It came with a large thick slice of hot garlic bread and  broccoli for Ihe vegetable. Both had the option of minestrone  soup or salad.  We were served personally by Mrs. Giannakos and while gazing out over Howe Sound, we were soon caught up in ihe  romance of dining out in what is our idea of paradise.  The prawns arrived on a bed of chopped tomato and onion  and much to my wife's delight had an Omega potato with it. Not  only that but my plate, covered end to end with steak, also had  an Omega potato which was so good I never even got to taste it.  My wife got it first.  "Either you are very hungry or we are doing something  right," commented our hostess as she cleared away our empty  plates.  Well, we were hungry, but there was no way in the world we  could have eaten the volume of food we did if it had not been extremely appetizing.  A beautiful meal, a well chosen house wine, and a view over  Howe Sound. Yes...we were in paradise at the Omega.  Average meal prices quoted do not include liquor.  Creek House - Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated yet  casual atmosphere. We serve rack of  Iamb, duck, crab, clams, scallops, steaks,  also daily specials. Reservations recommended. Roberts Creek Road and Beach  Avenue - 885-9321. Open 6 pm. Closed  Monday! & Tuesdays. V. MC. 40 seats.  Jolly Roger Inn - Overlooking  beautiful Secret Cove. Wednesday  ihrough Sunday evening specials from 5  pm. this week. Pepper Slcak, including  choice of Caesar Salad or French Onion  Soup. Coffee or Tea, $8.95 per person.  Sunday Breakfast and Lunch, 10 am - 2  pm. 85 seals and lounge. V,, MC. Hwy  101, Secret Cove. For reservatioas please  call 885-7184.  The Omega Pizza, Steak And  Lobster House - With a perfect view  of Gibsons marina, and a good time at-  NK.HT ON JHr TOWN  mosphere, the Omega is a people-  watcher's paradise. Cast members of The  Beachcombers can usually be found dining here. Menu includes pizza, pasta,  steaks and seafood. Steaks and seafood  are their specialties. Banquet facilities  available. Very special children's menu.  Average dinner for two: $20. Reservations recommended. Located in Gibsons  Landing al 1538 Gower Poinl Rd.  886-2268. Open Sun-Thurs, 4-10 pm, Fri  and Sal 4-11 pm. Seals 145.  Pronto's Restaurants Two locations  to serve you. Both serve an extensive  variety of pizza, steak, pasta, lasagne,  ribs, souvlaki in a delightful family atmosphere. Children's menu available. All  dinner entrees include garlic bread and a  choice of soup or salad. Average family  meal for four aboul J15-520. Located at  Wharf Rd��� Sechelt, 885-1919: and in  Cedar Plaza, Hwy. 101, Gibsons.  8864138.  FAMILY DININt,  The Homestead - Daily lunch and  dinner specials as well as regular entrees.  Lunches include sandwiches, hamburgers, pyrogies and salads. Dinner  selections include steaks, chicken and  seafood, Prime Rib and 15 item salad  bar are the house specialty on Friday,  Saturday and Sunday nights. Average  family meal for four $25-$30. Hwy 101,  Wilson Creek, 885-2933. Open 8 am - 9  pm daily. 40 seats inside, 30 seat patio.  Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.  The Raven Cafe  Ruby Lake Resort - Lovely view of  lake from Ruby Lake's post and beam  dining room and good highway access for  vehicles of all sizes. Breakfast served all  day. Lunch prices begin at $2.50, dinners  from $5.50 including salad bar. Smorgasbord Sunday nights includes 12 salads,  three hot meat dishes and two desserts,  $10.95 for adults, $5.50 for children  under 12. Tiny tots free. A great family  outing destination. Absolutely superb  prime rib every Friday night. Average  family dinner for four $20-25. Sunshine  Coast Hwy, Pender Harbour -S83-2269.  Open 7 days a week, 7 am - 9 pm. 54  seats. V��� MC. Breakfast, lunch and dinner.  FOR SALE  by Owner  The Wharf Restaurant - Spectacular sunsets and intimate evening dining with a breath-taking view from every  table. We serve superb North American  and International Cuisine, and offer a  fine wine selection. Relax and enjoy our  many gourmet delights in the comfortable  ambiance created by our tasteful, cosy  decor and unbeatable setting. Dinner is  served 7 days a week, from 5 pm. Join us  for our fantastic Sunday Brunch from 8  am to 2 pm. We also cater to convention1,  and private functions in our glassed-in  atrium style Bayside Room. Open Mon,  -Sat. 7 am - 2 pm and 5 - 10 pm; Sun. 8  am - 2 pm and 5 - 9 pm. 56 seats. Reservations recommended. All major cards  accepted. Hwy. 101, Davis Bay.  885-7285.  MT IM - TAKE OUT  Ye   Olde   English   Doughnut  Shoppe - Super lunch bar for eat in or  take-out. Two soups daily, numerous  sandwich selections, 18-choice salad bar.  Hot selections include Shephard's pie,  zucchini strips, stuffed crepes, beef dip  and hot turkey sandwich. There's always  a Daily Special ��� plus, of course, our  famous doughnuts, muffins, Cornish  pasties, sausage rolls, scones...and more!  Murchie's coffee and teas, Cappuccino  and Espresso. Open Mon -Sat., 6 am  -5:30 pm, 24 seats, V., MC. Cowrie St.,  Sechelt, 885-2616.  Cedar's Inn ��� Appetizers all day till II  pm. Darts every Sun. Everyone welcome.  Cedar Plaza, Gibsons-886-8171. Open 11  am - midnight. Sun-Thurs; 11 am -1 am,  Fri-Sat. 100 seats. V��� MC. Regular menu  11 am to 8:30 pm. 20.  Coast News, April 11,1988  n  SPORTS i  SC Golf _t Country Club  Luncheon sold out  ?    '    'V"; ivNi'"'    "'  ������>.1v  ���v.;..,  'vXv  Spring and tennis go together and Cody Munson was out last  weekend warming up his game. ���Vern i limn photo  Crowd cheers Duffy  by Frank Nanson  The ladies opening luncheon  has been sold oul and has a  wailing list. If you have no  ticket, Ihere is no possibility of  your gelling a seat for lunch.  The lunch is lo he preceded with  9 holes of golf, which 1 am lold  was signed up for in advance.  The ladies were rained oul  again on April 5. This season is  duplicating the rain-outs lhal  look place in April and May of  Expo year.  The senior men were able lo  get some golf in on Thursday  but, conditions and Ihe turn-out  were such lhal the competition  was limited to "Low Net" only,  wilh the following results. Ed'  Matthews with a 31 was the big  winner, Jack Knaus and Lloyd  Breeden tied for second with  31'/!, Bill Gibbon and Dick  Thompson tied for third with a  32 each, followed by Ray Harris, George Townsend, and  Chuch Barnes all wilh 33.  Chuck  Barnes gol  another  'Hole in One', his third Ihis  year!  AI Dean has relumed lo Ihe  Coasl and gave us a demonstration of what winter practice in  ihe sun can do for your game by  winning Ihe 'Closest lo Ihe  Holt' on good old number 8.  The Mixed Twilight play will  start Ihis Monday, April 11, al 5  pm. Please be on hand a lillle  early lo allow for arranging the  teams, Everyone welcome, ihis  is a time when even new io Ihe  game players can join in and  have fun without hindering  their leam.  The Match committee  members Ihis year are Ken  While, Chairman; Peler Gordon, Vice Chairman; Barry  Reeves, Director; Jim Budd Jr.,  Ozzie Hinks, Al McPherson,  I rank Harrison, Boris Meda,  Mike Manion, and Russ  Mcleod. Jim Budd will be doing  his usual thing which is organizing lessons for aboul 100  juniors. The others work on  organizing matches, inter-club  meets, etc.  Junior lessons start April 19.  Sign up al ihe Golf Club at  885-9212. Juniors age 6 to 9,  also start on the same day.  Jim Verster of North Vancouver is pictured at the finish line of Ihe  April Fool's Day run. -VrniEHJottplwio  Pender Golf  Men defy weather  I Continued from page I  "It is a lotal head game," he  ��� said. "Sometimes you have to  ��� change styles."  As far as the critics of boxing  ���-go. Dully feels they should find  out aboul Ihe sport before they  "tommeni.  "I don't believe people who  have never been in boxing have  any righl to criticize," he said.  His goal righl now is ihe  Olympics. He has finished his  high school and plans on going  lo college. He feels lhal boxing  has been a positive influence in  his life.  "I've seen a loi of (lie world  and I feel good aboul myself,"  he said. "I like trying lo be ihe  besl, I like the conditioning, I  like ihe thrill of ihe sport, and,"  he added, "I like winning."  by Terry Dnugan  The rain couldn't dampen the  golfing spirit of the 14 guys who  showed up for Men's Day on  April 2. They played Skins  Game using handicaps and Ian  Ross won 3 skins on 3 hole,  Randy Legge won the nexl 6  skins on the 9 hole.  On March 29, the wealher cooperated for 15 Senior Men  golfers. Firsl low gross Dave  Dakin 42, second low gross  Dutch Haddon 47. Firsl low nel  Bart Dillabough 30, second low  nel Tom Held 37. Closest lo pin  3, Dave Dakin.  Anyone 12 to 18 years old interested in playing golf should  check out our Junior program.  A $40 Junior membership pays  for weekday green fees for a  year. There will be instructions  available this summer, news on  thai al a later dale. Phone  883-2633 for more information.  On sunny weekends lee off  times are now recommended.  Please phone 883-9541 before  coming lo enjoy a game of golf  al our beauliful course.  NOW-  The RICH LOOK of  RAW SILK  A  BEAUTIFUL  SELECTION  of SOFT  PASTELS  GIBSONS  LANES  886-2086  No better time than now to spruce up tor Spring  iBack by Popular Demandi  m  ;*vzk\*zk._.  VSfticalS   Inch your way lo  savings & beauty offer"  of width  (any length)  Malibu Fabric S 1 99 ,  in a choice ol 9 colours . Only      I  Contact Robert Soon lor Expert Advice & Installation  MON - SAT ___������-������   709 Hwy. 101, Gibsons!  IF WE'RE NOT CAREFUL,Tl  A GULF CHINOOK Wl  All along the B.C. coast, the  ' Department of Fisheries and  Oceans is recording significant increases in salmon stocks. The Department's salmon enhancement and conservation  programs are achieving an excellent record  of success. Through responsible management  and effective conservation techniques, these  prized fish will continue to be a great resource  for B.C.'s future.  In the lower Georgia Strait, however, the  chinook stocks have continued to decline. The  Gulf chinook is more than a magnificent fish; it  is a symbol of the kind of life British Columbians  enji iy. It is a part of the province's identity and  history. To preserve runs of salmon from lower  Georgia Strait rivers including the Squamish,  Cowichan and Nanaimo, the Department has  developed a special, intensive plan for conservation and enhancement. It is a plan that will���  and must-work.  The Gulf chinook  needs special protection to  survive into the 1990s.  Of all salmon stocks, the chinook from  lower Georgia Strait are most vulnerable to overfishing. Almost all of these chinook remain in  the Strait, rather than migrating to the relative  safety of the open Pacific. This means the Gulf  chinook can be caught year-round- throughout  its life cycle. Enhancement and conservation  programs that have worked so effectively to  build up other species have proven insufficient  to protect these chinook.  Over the last ten years, the number of chinook caught in the Strait has declined by 75%,  to approximately 160,000 fish last year, with  only an estimated 4,300 lower Georgia Strait  chinook escaping to spawn in 1987.  Without immediate, effective action, wild  stock of chinook from rivers in lower Georgia  Strait will decline below numbers sufficient to  have any hope of regeneration.  The problem is compounded by the fact that  the chinook is one of the most thrilling fish in  the world to catch. And the Gulf Chinook's home  is surrounded by major urban centres. So naturally sport fishermen have had a major impact  on the species.  Government surveys over the last several  years show sport fishermen have been taking  approximately 59% of the lower Georgia Strait  chinook stocks. Commercial fishermen have  averaged 29%.The remainder are caught in various other fisheries.  For the Gulf chinook to return to its former  abundance, it is imperative that the numbers  caught be reduced this year by 20%, minimum.  We must act decisively now, and all groups of  fishermen must cooperate - or rebuilding will be  impossible. With conservation now, we will all  share the long-term benefits.  The Chinook  fc��i^fa*��l��*r.'(JwASi*  lUtk, itnnaiand  Otintaifins jti mhJ%  tfnuitd'btark.  hWmi:i.itli>(��frJ  mil nmulUafhsJuls.  H:mibiih.{\'u.inlftn  >.iluf'i)l("ii<i.t.;hur  .iifitnJ-alv unit  grmitlitrhlutthsbtm.  XUi'jnJMh "ittry.  Among the world's  most exciting Jpom fish, the  dynamic chinook is called  "tycV1 orbing* ��lmon when  it exceeds M kilograms  (30 pounds) .md.t good many  Gulf chinook do. jFuIIj  grown, the chinook can be  well beyond a metre in  length and weigh over 50  kilograms (Hit pounds).  After four years of feeding in  Georgia Strait, the majority  of chinook weigh between  7 and JO kilograms (13 and  (**i pounds).  After returning to spawn  in the tresh water placeof their  origin, the exhausted adult  chinook lives only a few days.  Smaller, two or three*  year old males returning to  spawn are known as j,^  Unnkeothers-Jj,,^^  *rchin���UluehpqZg  tliwant migrations in the  IVihcthcGuUchinook,^  entering salt water at about  three months of age, %JM  life in the relatively c^feS '  warmofGtt>rg��Strait.Afcw  vnuurcmtoJohmtoneStrait  ami into Quttn Ch^ Minor hockey  Season end results and trophy winners  Coast News, April 11,1988  21.  Not available for lasl week's  paper were the results of Spring  Tournamenls participaled in by  some of our teams. The following is a lisl of those results.  In ihe Atom division the  Stars went to North Delia and  plaved 3 games. The scores were  10-1, 6-2, and 4-3. The Pee Wee  Blackhawks played a house  lounamenl in Delia. They won  Ihe following games. Il was 7-1  over N. Shore Winter Club,  10-3 over N. Delia Rangers and  7-5 over Cloverdale Colls. This  made them Pee Wee A division  champs. They then played  North Delta to losl 5-3 to  become the tournament runner-  up champs.  The Pee Wee division also  entered a rep team in ihe Richmond Rep tournament. They  beal Richmond Minor 3-2, losl  to Prince George 5-0, beat  Nanaimo 7-1, then Norlh Shore  Winler Club 5-2, losl lo Langley  4-2 ihen won againsl Richmond  Blackhawks 54. In Ihe final  game againsl Surrey Ihey losl  5-3 winning runner-up in the C  division finals.  Delia also hosted a Bantam  lournament. Our Bantams  emerged A division winners  after defeating Norlh Delta  Flyers 8-7, Sooke 9-1, and  North Delta Red Wings IM.  As you can see by these scores  we can produce learns which  can play good hockey. Congratulations to all ihe learns!  Before mentioning Ihose  awards given on awards nighl,  Thursday, we Ihe executive  would like to thank all ihose  who gave of Iheir lime and  resources to help make this  season successful for so many  kids. Specifically coaches, sponsors, referees, parents and the  Coast News.  The following is a lisl of each  team,  their coaches and  Ihe  Esso awards given.  PUPS AND PEANUTS:  Toppers - Coach Randy  Legge, Assislanl Tony O'Brien.  MVP, Mark McQuilly; M1P,  Travis Soles; MSP, Ross Mc-  Quitty; MIP, Scott Peters;  MSP, Jared Wannamaker.  Dolphins - Coach Weepee  Peers, Assistant Doug Smilh.  MVP, Jesse Smilh; MIP, Bud  dy Peers; MSP, Calvin Steele;  MIP, James Rickbeil; MSP,  Craig Wickson.  Flyers - Coach Jerry Mercer,  Assislanl Glen DuBois. MVP,  Curtis Munson; MIP, Brook  Hamilton; MSP, Ben Tripp;  MIP, Adam Mercer; MIP,  Duslin DuBois; MSP, Micheal  McGuiness.  Pup Division Champs  -Dolphins; Most improved  player overall - Raymond  Blake; Most sportsmanlike  overall - Damien Ganeau;  Coaches award - all coaches.  ATOM DIVISION  Lions - Coach Kal Hanson,  Assislanl Peter Yates. MVP,  Micheal Yates; MIP, Greg  Kirkland; MSP, Danny Kars-  lake.  Wings - Coach Ron Lange-  vin, Assislanl Pal Ryan. MVP,  Chris Croteau; MIP, Alex  Hamilton; MSP, Chad Price.  Stars - Coach Peler DcBoer,  Assislanl John Howden. MVP,  Brad Wigard; MIP, Kirk Carpenter; MSP, Jeremy Howden.  Mosl improved player overall  - Kirk Carpenter; Most sportsmanlike   overall   -   Jeremy  Howden; Division and playoff  winner - Lions.  PEE WEE DIVISION  Blackhawks - Coach Dave  Crosby, Assistant Rory Walker.  MVP, Cody Munson; MIP,  Ashley Kol'linot'f; MSP, Candy  Clark.  Trail Islanders - Coach Kerry  Baker, Assistant Peter Gordon.  MVP, Mike Lewis; MIP, Rodney Hickman; MSP, Nathan  Gough.  Thunderbirds - Coach Don  Macleod. MVP, Ben Stretch;  MIP, Colin Macleod; MSP,  Skye Wynne.  Most improved overall  -Rodney Hickman: Most sportsmanlike overall - Candy Clark;  Division and playoff winner  -Thunderbirds.  BANTAM DIVISION  Coach Mike Duncan. MVP,  Francis Dixon; MIP, Sean  Longman; MSP, Danny Tetz-  laff.  Mosl sportsmanlike team  -Wings; Tom Robilliard trophy  -Francis Dixon; Leonard  Plourde trophy - Gene Rufer.  Congratulations to all the  winners!  Reference: Point Atkinson  Pacific Standard Time  For SKooMumchuh Narrows add I hi 45 n  plus 5 min lor each It ol rise,  and 7 mm loi each It ol lall  eo*U SPRING SPECIAL!  ���^|H* Pressure Wash & Painl Bottom  Boat Moving FREE   Wilh b��a'S  20 ft. & Over   (Limited mileage)  886-2233 i  885-4141 t  BOAT MOVING LTD   dorhn bosch^  Hunting course begins soon  A letter from Geoff Swan-  nell, C.O.R.E., co-ordinator of  the Ministry of Environment  and Parks, Wildlife Branch, indicated that a change would be  made on April 1, to ensure that  prospective new hunters meel  minimum standards of knowledge and skill for their safe and  ethical participation in hunting  recreation.  Accessibility to the C.O.R.E.  program and training classes  will increase and local experienced sportmen instructors  will once again be able to expend the greatest part of their  energies teaching. Since the  Open Learning Institute and  B.C. Federation of Shooting  Sports took over the administration of the program there  has been a reduction in the  number of hunters.  A new course will be prepared for next year based on the  existing C.O.R.E. text and the  Alberta hunter training text but  for this year, the old text, Fish  and Wildlife, the Recreational  Resources, will be used. The  present exams will be redone  but will be similar to those used  now. Multiple choice questions  with a specially patented self-  marking sheet for answers.  The Gibsons Wildlife Club  and the Sechell Peninsula Rod  and Gun Club will be jointly offering the course from April 18,  to May 13, in 10 sessions with  bolh ihe written and practical  exams on May 14, in the Wilson  Creek Clubhouse, off Field  road. Instructors will be Fred  Gazely,   Slan   Jones,   Bea  Rankin, Harold Nelson, Bill  Ellis, George Flay, Bob Janis  and Len Clarke. CO. Jamie  Stephen and others with expertise in special fields are also called upon as needed.  The course still includes the  topics: Outdoor Ethics, Gun  Handling and Hunlers' Safety,  Why We Have Regulations,  Some Birds of B.C., Animal  Identification, Outdoor Survival and First Aid. People  other lhan Ihose interested only  in obtaining a B.C. Hunter  number card would find the  course interesting and informative.  V COMPLETE WET SUIT  (John, Jacket and Hood)  Reg. $405.00 Sal*  *30500  Assorted 1/8" Jackets or Johns  (Greal lor waterskiing. windsutlmg, snoikelling) �� a *___  Now Only    09  6 month rental package  OO  NEXt OPEN WATER SCUBA COURSE  APRIL 14 (Gibsons Pool)  (250  885-2999   Dolphin Mini Mall, Wharf & Dolphin,  DIVING LOCKER SECHELT Sechelt  FS1     Gibsons  \3f Swimming Pool  Jan. 11 ���  June 30,1988  MONDAY & WEDNESDAY  Early Bird  Aqua Fil  Ease Me In  Lessons  Noon  Lessons  Swim Fil  6 30 a.m ��� 8 30 a m  9:00 am -10 00 am  10:00 a m -11-00 a m  11.00a m.-11:30a m  11 30 a.m - 1:00 p.m.  3:30 p.m - 7:30 pm  7 30pm ��� 8 30 pm  TUESDAY  Fits 50+ 9 30am  Senior Swim 10 30 am  Adapted Aquatics 2 30 p.m  Lessons 3 30 p.m  Public 6 00 p m  Co-ed Fitness 7 30 p.m  10:30 am  11 30 am  3:30 p m  6:00 p.m  7 30 p m  8:30 p m  THURSDAY  Parenl & Tol 1 00 p m - 2 00 p m  Adapled Aquatics 2 30 p.m.- 3:30 p.m  Lessons 3 30 p.m ��� 6:00 p m  Public 6:00 p.m.- 7:30 p.m.  Co-ed Fitness 7 30 p.m.- 8 30 p.m.  FRIDAY  Early Bird  Aqua Fit  Fit & 50 +  Senloi Swim  Noon Swim  Public Swim  Co-ed Fitness  Teen Swim  6.30 a m - 8:30 a.m.  9 00am.-10 00am.  10 00 a m -10:30 a.m.  1030a m -11 30 a.m.  11:30a m - 1:00p.m  5 00 p.m.- 6:30 p.m.  6 30 p.m.- 7:30 p.m.  7 30 p.m - 9:00 p.m.  BRONZE CROSS  starts Monday, April 11  REGISTER NOW  SATURDAY  Public  Public  SUNDAY  Family  Public  1:30 p m - 4:00 p.m.  7 00 p m - 8 30 p.m'  1 OOp m ��� 3:30 p.m.  3 30 p.m.- 5:00 p.m  Gibsons Swimming Pool  Publication ol this schedule  sponsored by  886-9415  Super Valu  G.G.G.  IHE ONLY PLACE TO CATCH  riLL BE THE LIBRARY.  jJ^irJirrhx  Mil.II" *����"  *u"***klmr.  "��W'iWe.  rrubnlmpnj  ���krmxilmltpi,,  ^ACbrfnai within,)*  ��^<*0��tf.Stnit,H*  chiiKxi at ^ acrosibic  '"most British 0>lumbiit,s  ThesTwo-tlirill of battltn.  Md landing one of tlitK  "ttmlirent ash make iu���  �����Mhlf|ureMnsnmilc11  "wihmMkjjji^tyjty  prirr-dbynatiwandamme,.  oatljshermini.  Introducing a strict program,  fair for all concerned,  to preserve this precious resource.  The Department's tough, fair new program  combines intensive conservation and enhancement methods. It will affect all groups who catch  chinook: sport and commercial fishermen as  well as native fishermen.  Conservation tagging: Fishermen will be  required to buy special conservation tags to fasten to all chinook caught in commercial, native  and sport fisheries. It will be an offense to be in  possession of untagged chinook, and maximum  penalties will be sought for violators. The tags  will raise awareness of the necessity for conservation, as well as providing vital catch information for Department scientists. Sold for $1 each,  the tags will also generate revenue to help support the intense enhancement program.  Reduced sport fishing limits: Sport fishermen in Georgia Strait will be permitted to catch  a maximum eight chinook in 1988. (Outside  the Strait, the annual limit will remain at 30.)  Further, the Department is consulting  with the sport fishing community on other measures required to protect stocks, such as  restricting devices and techniques that catch  chinook with such precision that the "sport"  is diminished.  increased closures: The areas and spans of  time of spot closures will be extended to  protect chinook in the lower Strait returning to  home spawning grounds.  Commercial and Natit _ fisheries restrictions:  Both of these sectors will share in the conservation program. Catch cutbacks are being  determined in consultation with commercial  and native fisheries representatives.  Together we can  restore the Gulf chinook  by 1998.  These special enhancement initiatives are  aimed at increasing stocks of Strait of Georgia  chinook by approximately 75.000 to 175,000  adult fish.The increase will be evident by 1990,  and will reach the full level by 1995.  With the cooperation of all groups of fishermen, in just a few years the conservation and  enhancement program will result in many more  chinook for everyone to catch.  For complete details on this special program  to save the Gulf chinook, write to:  Gulf chinook, Fisheries and Oceans Canada,  400-555 West Hastings Street, Vancouver,  British Columbia V6B 5G3.  Or call toll free 1-800-663-9333. In Vancouver  call 666-2268.  1*1  Fisheries  and Oceans  Peches  et Oceans  Canada 22;  Coast News, April 11,1988  Rhythms of Life  Controlled adrenalin burning  by Penny Fuller  ��� i think Mars and 'Mars  energy' is simply adrenalin.  T(ial covers the fight or flight  utge, the survival drive, the sex  dfive, anger, aggression and  energy, all things represented by  Ma'rs.  IWith Mars moving into  .-Vjuarius lasl week, a lol of that  Jrfre and energy will be express-  erjintellectualry for Ihe next two  months. Mental energy, especially that connected to  humanitarian causes, will be  more accessible lo everybody.  :There's differenl ways lo express lhal energy, bul express il  yOU must, or find yourself  blowing a gaskcl over a conflict  ol ideas. Adrenalin doesn't jusi  go away very easily, so use it to  some good.  You know thai list of 150 letters of protest that you've been  meaning to write for ihe lasl 20  years? Well pick five issues lhal  are still relevant, and dusl ihem  off. Then write to Reagan, Gorbachev, Mulroney, Botha or  any of the gang lhal are bugging  you.  Heck, write to all of ihem.  Do you realize that politicians  know that for every letter they  receive, there are millions more  lhal never gel off someone's  'I'm going to write my MP' list.  So if Ihey receive yours, Ihey  give il the weight of several hundred unwritten protests too.  People born when ihe Sun  was in Aquarius (January 21 to  February 20) or in Leo (July 23  to August 23) may not be able  to adequately express all that  energy by simply writing. It  might be a good idea for you lo  lake ihe edge off your adrenalin  level wilh some physical exercise. The weather's perfect for  jogging, iry swimming a few  laps, or play baseball. Karate is  greal for releasing Mars energy,  so is dancing.  The thing is, you want to  conlrol and direct Ihe flow of  energy so lhat it becomes a constructive force. Otherwise you  could end up just yelling at people, or throwing something al  your television sel.  Scorpio  and   Taurus   Suns  (people born April 20 to May  20, and October 23 to November 22) may be especially prone  to angry outbursts, especially  from April 22 to 25. During  those days, try to avoid confrontations. If the issue is  serious enough you can always  deal with it later, but you don't  want to blow something out of  proportion and hurt people unnecessarily. Keep active and  consciously burn up that  adrenalin.  Directed and controlled,  Mars energy can be a powerful  tool for accomplishing things,  like overcoming bad guys and  fighting (verbally of course) for  mankind. May the force be with  you.  OFFICE SPACE  AVAILABLE  in the Professional Block  next to the Medical Clinic  in Gibsons  307 sq. ft.  to  1,200 sq.ft.  LEASEHOLD IMPROVEMENTS  NEGOTIABLE  CONTACT: Deborah Bruner   Mornings 886-8840  Afternoons 885-/371  Sunshine Coast Regional District  BULLETIN BOARD  Royal Terraces Building  corner of Wharf Rd., and Teredo St.  Sechelt  P.O. Box 800  Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  885-2261  UPCOMING MEETINGS  Thursday, April 14th  Regular Board Meeting. 7:30 pm  GOVERNMENT  AWARENESS WEEK  April 18 - 24, 1988  = SCRD DISPLAY^  At Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt on Saturday, April 16, to am to 2  pm. and Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons on Saturday, April 23, to  am lo 2 pm.  Our computerized mapping system will be featured at  these displays.  hOPEN HOUSE;  The Sunshine Coast Regional District will be holding an  open house in our Sechelt office on Tuesday, April 19th  from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm.  Everyone is encouraged to drop by during the open house.  This is an excellent opportunity lo become more familiar  with the Regional District's various functions and responsibilities.  PUBLIC UTILITIES TOURS=  Tours will be held April 19th and 20th at 9:00 am and 1:00  pm.  The tour will start from the SCRD office and will visit the  Halfmoon Bay Reservoir. Ihe Gray Creek Intake and the  Sechelt Sewage Treatment Plant. The tour will last for approximately 3 hours.  Dress warmly and wear appropriate footwear.  In order lo participate, please call Ihe SCRD office at  885-2261.  NOTICE TO THE  AQUACULTUREINDUSTRY  At present Ihe Sunshine Coasl Regional District is in the  process of amending their permit lor the Sunshine Coasl  Disposal Site lo allow the dumping ol FISH MORTALITIES  AND WASTES.  To allow for the dumping ol the lish mortalities, a separate  pit has been excavated exclusively for this use.  In order lo insure proper cover, the dumping of fish mortalities is restricted to the hours ol 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm  weekdays.  There will be FEES CHARGED lor Ihis service and MUST  BE PAIL al the Sunshine Coasl Regional District Ollice  PRIOR to disposal.  S.K. Lehmann  Works Superintendent  BC SUMMER GAMES RULE BOOK  For those interested in the BC Summer Games,  to be held in the Victoria area from July 28 lo 30, 1988,  the BC SUMMER GAMES RULE BOOK  will be located at the Gibsons Pool  Feel free to drop in and see how to qualify for your sporl  NOTICE  Area (F' Residents  Residents of Area 'F' are advised that the next meeting  of the Advisory Planning Commission will be held on  April 11th at 7:00 p.m. at Langdale Elementary School.  MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC ARE ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND!  Sunshine Coast Regional District  NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING  Pursuant to Sections 956 and 957 of the Municipal Act a public hearing will be held to consider the following bylaws ol Ihe  Sunshine Coast Regional District:  1. "Elphinstone Official Community Plan Amendment Bylaw No. 297.3, 1988";  2. "Elphinstone Official Community Plan Amendment Bylaw No. 297.4, 1988";  3. "West Howe Sound Official Community Plan Amendment Bylaw No. 304.1, 1988";  4. "West Howe Sound Official Community Plan Amendment Bylaw No. 304.2, 1988";  5. "West Howe Sound Official Community Plan Amendment Bylaw No. 304.3, 1988"; and  6. "West Howe Sound Official Community Plan Amendment Bylaw No. 304.4, 1988".  1. It is the intent of Bylaw 297.3 lo introduce text amendments to a number of designations and policy statements in the  Elphinstone Official Community Plan Bylaw No. 297, 1986. The proposed text amendments would make provision for a  range of public assembly uses, under specified conditions, in areas designated RESIDENTIAL C, RURAL RESIDENTIAL  AND RESOURCE RURAL by Schedule A3 of the plan.  2. It is the intent of Bylaw 297.4 to introduce a text amendment that would stipulate the conditions under which development permits will not be required in areas designated as Development Permit Areas by Schedule A2 of the Elphinstone  Official Community Plan Bylaw No. 297, 1986.  3. It is the intent of Bylaw 304.1 lo:  (i) introduce a text amendment to clarify the issue of future park land acquisitions in the area of Gibson Creek; and to  (ii) change the designation of FUTURE PUBLIC USE OR RECREATION USE OR BOTH on Gibson Creek, which is depicted  on Schedule A3 of the West Howe Sound Official Community Plan Bylaw No. 304, 1987, to that of adjacent designations where land is in private ownership; and to PARK where owned by the Regional District. The proposed Schedule  A3 designation changes on Gibson Creek are more particularly shown on the following map portion:  4. It is the intent of Bylaw 304.2 to amend Schedule A3 of the West Howe Sound Official Community Bylaw No. 304,1987 by  replacing the current designation of RESIDENTIAL A with that of FUTURE PUBLIC USE OR RECREATION USE OR BOTH  for Lots 51, 52, 53, 54 and parts of 55 and 56, D.L. 693, Plan 3593, LD 37, N.W.D. Gp. 1, which are more particularly shown  on the following map portion:  From RESIDENTIAL A  lo FUTURE PUBLIC USE  OR RECREATION USE OR BOTH  5. It is the intent of Bylaw 304.3 to introduce a text amendment that would clarify the conditions under which development  permits would not be required in areas designated as Development Permit Areas by Schedule A2 of the West Howe  Sound Official Community Plan Bylaw No. 304, 1987.  6. It Is the intent of Bylaw 304.4 to introduce a text amendment that would provide for greater flexibility regarding parcel  size requirements lor subdivision purposes in areas designated AGRICULTURAL A by Schedule A3 of the West Howe ���  Sound Official Community Plan Bylaw No. 304, 1987.  The public hearing will be held at 7:00 pm on April 28, 1988 at the Sunshine Coast Regional District Board Room, in the  Royal Terraces Building, located at the foot of Wharf Street in Sechelt, B.C. All persons who deem their interest in property  to be affected by the proposed bylaws shall be herein afforded an opportunity to be heard on matters contained therein.  The above is a synopsis of the bylaws and is not deemed to be an interpretation of the bylaws. The bylaws may be Inspected  at the Regional District Office in the Royal Terraces building at the foot of Wharf Street, Sechelt, B.C. during office hours  namely Monday to Wednesday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, and Thursday and Friday, 8:00 am to 6:00 pm.  Mr. L. Jardine Sunshine Coast Regional District  Secretary Box 800, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0    Telephone 885-2261 Coasi News, April 11,1988  C COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS  23.  jib  CF*  r  Homo*. rrop*Mty  17.  ���after l Tree*  1.  MrttM  II.  lac Sale  J.  Oettuules  19.  Aatoe  4.  IB Moagrlu  10.  fiieeen  -.  TkenkYoa  11.  Marine  6.  Pcnoiul  11.  HvQMC IvOewCS  7.  AMMMMKMRCfltS  1).  Motorcycles  8.  WcfMtiee.it.  14.  Wanted to (eat  Eng*|��M��n  IS.  led L Iraakiast  9.  urn  16.  lor be*  10,  tarn*  17.  He* Waxed  II.  fetil Livestock  11.  Work Wanted  11.  Matlc "   19.  OHM Care  13.  Trevet  30.  lilt IBM!  14.  Wutm  upporranrttea  IS.  Iree  31.  legal  C  Garage Sales  31.  I.C 1 Yukon           ,  I.  aft       __K___t________tlS__l  tx rfiiptJjIjr .  XrMHrMMrMMBtV  Affordable waterfront. 1.24  acres, treed, wilh newly built 2  bdrm. home on sandy beach  soulh ol Powell River, $67,900.  Phone 487-4180. #15  WF 2 bdrm. house, Gibsons  Marina, potenlial addition.  $81,500,886-7955. #15  Drop off your  COAST NEWS  Classifieds  at any of our convenient  Friendly People  Places  IN PENDER HARBOUR   Marina Pharmacy 883-2888  AC Building Supplies 8839551  IN HALFMOON BAY   B & J Store 885-9435  IN SECHELT   Books & Stuff  (Trail Bay Centre} 885-2625  The Coast News  (Cowrie Street) 885-3930  IN DAVIS BAY  Peninsula Market 8859721  IN WILSON CREEK���  Wilson Creek  Campground 8855937  IN ROBERTS CREEK-  Seaview Market 8853400  IN GIBSONS   B & D Sports  (Sunnycrest Mall) 886-4635  The Coast News  I (behind Dockside Pharmacy) 886-2622  DEADLINE IS NOON SATURDAY  FOR MONDAY PUBLICATION  Jackie and Stan will be happy to help with your  classified at Marina Pharmacy, our "Friendly People Place" In Madeira Park.  ANDERSON REALTY  The Sunshine Coasl  Specialists lor  ��� Recreation  ��� Retirement  ��� Relocation  FREE CATALOGUE  Teredo Squaie, Sechelt  885-3211  Van Toll Free 68*6016  1800 sq. II. of living space, 4  bdrms., 2 balhs, rec rm,  workshop. Ige. deck, end ol cul-  de-sac. 992 Fircresl, Gibsons.  $49,500. owner 886-7021.   #16  Excellent rental house, like new.  7260 sq. It., 3 bdrm., full en-  suite, small low maintenance  yard, $59,000. Bob Bull. Anderson Really Ltd. 885-2503,  885-3211. #15  c  Obituaries  GODFREY: Passed away suddenly  on April 5, 1988, Thomas  Reginald Godfrey, lale ol Gibsons,  ago 78 years. Survived by his  loving vife. Rulh; son, Ronald  and wile Arlene ol Vancouver;  live grandchildren: Ihree greal  grandchildren; sister, Osle Mit-  cham of Eiobicoke, Ontario. Ser  vice was held Friday, April 8 in  the Chapel of Devlin Funeral  Home. Reverend Alex Reid officiated. Cremalion, remembrance donalions may be made lo  Ihe B.C. Hearl Foundation.  #15  D0RAIS: Arthur Crosby, born  April 24, 1922, passed away  April 9, 1988 in Sechell. B.C. in  his 66th year. Long lime resident  ol Norlh Vancouver (Lynn Valley)  lor over 54 years. Art spenl 4  years in Ihe RCAF during Ihe Second World War and a 36 year  career wilh BC Hydro, an active  communily worker wilh Kinsmen  and K40. Presidenl ol Ihe Lynn  Valley Day Association and founding lather of Lynn Valley Little  League Baseball Assoc An will  be lordly remembered and sadly  missed by his beloved lamily,  wile Peggy; son, Larry and wile  Maryanne; daughters. Jody and  husband Peler. Cory, and husband Jack; six grandchildren. Arl  is survived by his Iwo brothers  Leon and George; Ihree sisters.  Mary, Ginny and Yvonne, and  many lond nieces and nephews.  A private family service will be  held by request ol Ihe deceased,  cremalion lo lollow In lieu ol  flowers, donalions lo the B.C.  Cancer Fund would be appreciated. Arrangements Ihrough  Devlin Funeral Home. #15  0^V-  ^>  NEW LOWER  Classified Ad Rates  Jp^l UU   (minimum) for 10 words  25     'or e'Kh ada"'ona' wor<'  Pay (or 2 weeks, Get the 3rd week FREE  .._..,, When paid by CASH, CHEQUE  "Sine SeUTcLAssiFiEps  They run until your item is sold!  I 3       for up to 10 words     I        per additional  word  Your .id, featuring one item only, will run for lour consecutive  weeks and will then be cancelled unless you instruct us to renew it  lor   .inulher  lour,   by  Saturday,   .1   pm.  NO CHARGE FOR RENEWAL tor as long as you want!  (Noi available lo < ommercfal advertisers)  ALL CLASSIFIED ADS must be PRE-PAID before insertion.  For your convenience, use your MASTERCARD or VISA!  CLASSIFIED DEADLINE  Al "Friendly People Places" Saturday NOON  At COAST NEWS Offices,  Skhell �� Qlbsons    SATURDAY, 3 pm  COAST NEWS Classifieds  Cowrie Si . Sechdt  885-3930  The LOWEST Price!  The HIGHEST Circulation!  The FIRST on the street!  Crulce Lane. Gibsons  886-2622  3.  Obituaries  KIRKHAM: Florence May of While  Rock passed away in the Peace  Arch Hospital on April 3.19B8 at  the age of 91 years. Survived by  her sisler, nieces and nephews.  Private family service is to be  held. In lieu of flowers il Iriends  so desire, donations may be  made lo Ihe Grand Vu Lodge.  15447 Buena Vista. While Rock,  B.C. V4B 1Y9. Chapel Hill  Funeral Parlour in care of arrangements.  #15  "In Memory" donalions lo B.C.  Heart Fund, Box 1525, Gibsons  gratefully accepted. Card will be  sent to bereaved with donour's  name. Envelopes for donations  are available at your bank.  #15  DEVINE: Russell, passed away  April 5.1988 in his 82 year. Survived by his wife. Isobel, of Ab-  bolslord, B.C. and sisler, Dorothy  Bell of Vancouver, B.C. No service by request. #15  F)  I     In Memorlam I  *��  In loving memory of Rory Popp.  whose laughter, sincerity and  love will never be forgotten by  those who knew and loved him.  May he rest in everlasting peace.  Love, his ever so close pals.  #15  Charles Merrick, who passed  away April 14,1987. As we loved  you, so we miss you, in our  memory you are near, loved,  remembered, longed for always,'  bringing many a silenl Isar.  Peler. Joan and Allan  #15  fH~\  I Thank You J  Thank you family, friends,  neighbours for Ihe flowers,  cards, donations & kind expressions of sympathy on the loss ol  our molher, Mary Fletcher,  Mary Cook & lamily  Alfred Fletcher & lamily  #15  Thank you St. Mary's Hospilal  Auxilliary and Charlotte Raines,  all workers, volunteers, donours,  Ihe legion and bolh papers for  helping to make Ihe Blood Donour  Clinic a success. #15  '��� .".". ���"". ���"���%  6.  FersoiMl  INDIVIDUAL THERAPY  COUPLES COUNSELLING  Call Eleanor Mae 885-9018.  #16  Women Who Love Too Much  Conlidential/anonymous  meetings. 886-2008, 886-9539.  #16  Sunshine Coasl Transition  House: a safe place lor women  who are emotionally or physically  abused. Counselling and legal info., 24 hr. crisis line. 885-2944  TFN  7.  .Announcements.  V Ml     ���  Interested in .imaleur theatre?  We are reviving Ihe Roberts  Creek Players Club, Ihe aim ol  which Is Ihe production of  amateur thealre. Firsl meeling lo  be held on or aboul April 20.  Phone 886-7859 or 886-8541.  #16  "Mall Sitters"  needed to help in bolh Gibsons &  Sechell wilh Ihe Gibsons Landing  Thealre Project Society's upcoming membership drives. If you  can help for even ai hour, please  call 886-8778. TFN  Flea market & public auction.  Sechell Airport Clubhouse. Apr.  17. Flea market. IO-2pm; auction, 2-4pm. Tables $5, we will  auction your articles lor you.  Everyone welcome. 885-2210.  #15  DICKIB  Ujfea, 0   ih��  Q w    w. ���  bicycle  ��� IM3IO     people  Coming Soon  To Your Street  7.  .Announcements.  YOU'RE INVITED  to the  OPEN HOUSE  al Ihe Sechelt ollice  ol Ihe COAST NEWS,  Thursday, April 14  12 noon- 5:30pm  Help us celebrate Ihe 1st Anniversary ol our Sechelt ollice  - 5521 Cowrie St. #15  Dance at Pender Harbour Legion  Slim and Ihe Pickups. Salurday  April 16, door prize, spol danc  ing. #15  THE CORNERSTONE TEA HOUSE  is now open every Salurday and  Sunday Irom 11 unlil 4. al Ihe  5-way corner in Lower Gibsons.  886-9261. #17  Personal income lax returns done  (dup. incl.) $10.886-9233.  #15  Phone us today aboul our beautiful selection ol personalized wedding invitations, napkins, matches, stationery, and more.  Jeannie's Gifts & Gems  886-2023  TFN  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-2896, 886-7272. 886-2954.  TFN  If someone in your family has a  drinking problem you can see  whal it's doing lo Ihem. Can you  see whal It's doing to you? Al-  Anon can help. Phone 886-9903  or 886-9826.  Attention Teens  Al-Aleen   Can   Help.   Phone  886-7103. TFN  i "J  Reward ��� $25 lor return of black  Kawahara mounlain bike taken  from Park & Reed residence.  886-4576. #15  Sal. evening, hub cap between  Langdale & Gibsons. 886-2095.  #15  3 small hubcaps from 81  Chevrolet, reward lo finder.  886-7031. #15  id.  Found  Black leather key case wilh 11  keys. Contacl Suncoasl Motors.  886-8213. #15  Ii.  Pets  L Livestock  MAGUS KENNELS  ��� Bright clean dog  & cat boarding  ��� Dog grooming  Lowest Prices On  SCIENCE DIET"  OPEN 8 am - 6:30 pm  everyday. 886-8568  SPCA  885-4771  TFN  SCIENCE DIET �� IAMS  Pet Food  Duality Farm & Garden  Supply Lid.  Prall Rd. 886-7527  IFN  Reg'd Morgan mare, 15 yrs.  young, exc riding horse wilh gd  disp.. $1100. 886-9638.      #16  South Co.ist  Ford  1972 VW BEETLE  4 cyl.. low miles  First ��1,295  Whirl Rd., Sechelt  OL 5936 M5-32I1 J  Lhasa Apso puppies. $200. two  male, Iwo lemale. 885-5059.  #15  Registered Alghanhound puppies, show quality, lo approved  homes. $600.886-3093.    #!8s  Snowshoe Siamese spayed  lemale cal, 1 yr. old, Iree to good  home. 885-3476. #15  c  II.  ���^  Music  PIANO  TUNING  repairs &. appraisals  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  For sale. 2 organs, P.A. system,  reas., amplifiers, saxaphones  elc. Strings 'n Things, Teredo  Sp 885-7781. #16  Half set ladies' goll clubs  886-8558 eves. TFN  Wanled lo buy. 2-3 bdrm. house  between Rbls. Ck and Gibsons.  $40-50.000 range Vendors to  finance, have down payment  886-3041. #15  Men's size 6/7 rollerskales  886-2609. #15  LOG BUYING STATION  Cedar. Fir. Hemlock  886-7033  Terminal Foresl Producls.   #TFN  IS.  free  Free Puppies  886-3949  #15  Free gynmaslics club resumes.  Tues., Apri. 12, 4 lo 5:30,  Elphinstone gym. 886-2512.  #15  Greal Sale! Selected books &  records. $1 ea: linen galore!  Wood lol. & chair sel: loveseat:  dressers: occas. tbls. & chairs!  Easier cards, 3/$1: rhineslone  jewellry: 14K gold rings: dishes,  pots 'n pans. elc. Sheels &  towels. $1 ea. Open M.W.Th.Fr,  Sal, 10-4:30, beside Elson Glass  For Olde Times Sake - we buy.  sellS trade. 886-8261.        #15  Tussle Mussle closing in May  At presenl location - new stock  reduced prices - consignees call  886-8313  #17  April 16, garage sale, great  items, greal prices. Grandview  Rd. (off Harry Rd., Bonniebrook).  10am-2pm. #15  Yard sale at SI. Mary's Catholic  Church, Hwy. 101. Gibsons, Sal.  Apr. 16.10-2pm. #15  End of Cypress Way in Wood-  creek Park. Gibsons, household  goods, loys. power tools, electric  lawn mower, Sal. Apr. 16, 9:30  ���12 noon. #15  TV/VCR/slereo/cabinels,  household   items,   corner  ol  Truman & Dougall. Sun. Apr. 17.  #15  18.  . for Sale   i  Firewood for sale. $70/cord  886-3452. #15  1971 Volvo 142. $250.  886-2520. #15  Xerox 3100 pholocopier & stand,  gd. cond., $450 883-9531.  #16  China cabinet, round table &  chairs, misc ilems. 886-2689  all. 4pm. #16  Rhodes S Azaleas  Large selection $3-$14, Roberts  Creek Nursery, 2569 Lower Rd.  886-2062 #16  Save $80 on an Electrolux upright  vacuum, only $369 Phone Stella  Mulch 886-7370. #16  25 gal hoi waler lank, near new,  new cost $230. sell $150  886-9410 #16  Copper Beautilul imported 3  dimensional wall pictures A few  for sate, samples to view, phone  885-7841 #16  Mohair: Beautiful handmade imported from Swaziland and  Lesotho, sweaters, wall hangings, cushion covers, table runners, placemats. curtains etc.  Samples lo view, phone Bev  885-7841. #16  Old Iridge: arc welder: bed  chesterfield: table & chairs:  folding cot: single bed: wood  lathe 885-2243. #16  Charcoal BBQ: portable B&W TV.  885-3371. #15  Marlin canopy lor 'A Ton PU.  $225,886-8420. #17  SUNSHINE COAST  BUILDING SUPPLIES mi ltd  "Come in and see  our changes"  Moii.-Sit. 8:00-5:00  1356 Wharl Rd., Sechell  885-5818  )��  for Sale  Multicycle Inglis auto washer.  $295. Guaranteed & delivered  883-2648. TFN  T i S SOIL  Mushroom Manure  Topsoil Mixed  Bark Mulch  By Ihe yard or 14 yard diesel  dumptruck-tull. Top quality products at reasonable prices  You  pickup  or  we deliver   Phone  anytime 885-5669. TFN  WANTED!! WANTED!!  Halt   set   ladies'   goll   clubs  886-8558 eves TFN  SEASONED  FIREWOOD  $80/cord  10% Seniors Discount  886-2489  7x57 Brazil Mauser model 1935.  matching bayonel factory larget  sling & muzzle cap, new, $415:  Kenmoie 22 cu ft, freezer, gd  cond., $175: Kenmore 30"  range, very gd. cond . $150; 3  pass, seat from GM van with  sealbells & mounlplates, exc  cond. $150; Healhkit 26" colour  TV, large console, all manuals,  quality construction. $125.  886-9227. #15  HAY FOR SALE  New Hay $3 50    Old Hay $2 50  Can deliver, 885-9357  TFN  Color VCR camera wilh portable  VCR, $825 0B0 Tarry 886-3595.  886-2268. TFN  Sectional couch, soft, brown,  almost new. $450 886-4500 or  886-3280 #15  Padded L-shaped bar. 78"x62".  4 wroughl iron stools, malching 6  It. planter & bar cabinet: 26" TV  console, cabinet only; oak ar-  borite desk. 66"x32", Sears  household indoor/ouldoor  wel/dry vacuum; 10 Great  Stories ol Canada book series;  white leathei armchair, Ig. matching hassock; 5 leisure suils.  one sports iacket. size 40-42 tall,  must see. 886-7856  #15  South Coast  Ford      A  1984 CHEVETTE CS  Deluxe 4 door, pretty red  exterior  M,250 obo  Wharf Rd.. Sechelt  Dt 5936 885-3281  11' inflal boat, takes up to 25  HP. $2600 or trade lor tenl  trailer 885-9245 #15  c  for Sate  South Coast  Ford  1985  EC0N0LINE VAN  6 cyl., aulo., very clean  '8,995 obo  Whert Rd., Sechelt  Ur 5936 MS-32S1  24" hand split tapers, no .1 .  quality, nothing bul the besl. ItD {  sq on hand 485-2635        #17  Kenmore vacuum cleaner, gd  working cond ��� $75   885-5984 ���  all 6 30 pm #15  1 Kenmore washer: 2 trilites; 1  barstool; 1 desk & chair; 2  speakers; 1 record cabinet. 1  lazy-boy chaii 886-2431      #15  Ladies Raleigh 10 spd bike.  $75; kitchen table & chairs, gd.  cond ,$100 886-3643,       #15  New Craltsman mower/traclor.  new $2300. asking $1650.  885-9513. #16  Queen sz waterbe-d w/6'  drawers, as new: 120 base piano;  accordian, 886-9402 #15  Apollo 10 sp quick change front;  wheel, 25" frame, $50;  886-7664 #17  Men's 10 sp, bike. 23" frame,-  Sears make, $70. 885-9583.  #17-  Gardeners delight - horse manure  $10 PU, U-load 886-4582, 6 pm  -8 pm. #15  Styroloam floatation billets.  19x40x45. half sizes available.  $2500 883-2368 #17  Tappan-Gurney cook stove.  $175,886-7923 #17  Lady Kenmore almond dishwasher, reconditioned &  guaranleed. $275 OBO; Whirlpool  washer, white, reconditioned &  guaranleed. $225 OBO Corner  Cupboard, 885-4434 or  885-7897, Westmghouse 2 dr.  white trostlree Iridge, $335 OBO.  guaranteed. Comer Cupboard  Viking 23 cu ft chest Ireezer.  new compressor, $260 OBO  guaranteed: Viking 20 cu. ft.  white side-by-side-fridge reconditioned. $445; wilh ice maker.  $695 OBO. guaranteed: will buy  used or non working ma|or appliances, phone Bjorn al  885-7897, #17  5V< HP riding mower. $375;  complete toilet. $35; stroller,  $10 885-9545. #15  Bill Copping and Harvie McCracken are pleased to  announce MICHAEL PLIMLEY'S lecent appointment  as Sales Representative, USED VEHICLE MANAGER,  Soulh Coasl Ford. Sechell, B.C.  Michael brings a wealth of automotive experience  gained over Ihe pasl 25 years in Victoria and Vancouver. He is proud ol his family's contribution to the  transportation industry of British Columbia, starling  with bicycle sales In Victoria in 1893.  Then and now, the tradition remains the same. Our  customers are more than customers. They are  friends and are provided with knowledge and  guidance to assist them in making Ihe right decision  on all their transportation needs. SOUTH COAST  FORD has a long-established policy ol customer  satisfaction.  As a lull range Ford, Mercury, Lincoln dealership  we provide "Red Carpet" LEASING, Ford Motor  Credit FINANCING and a variable time and distance  WARRANTY included at no extra cost on most 1981  and newer vehicles.  We also provide at no extra cost on all new  vehicles sold, FREE oil changes for life, FREE service  loaner vehicles and a LIFETIME SERVICE  GUARANTEE on repairs.  Come on down and see Kelly, James, Terry or Mike  and see whal SOUTH COAST FORD is all about.  South  Coast  Ford  Whart Rd.,  Sechelt  "Service"  "Courtesy"  "Friendliness  885-3281  MDL  * 5936 24.  Coast News, April 11,1988  18,  for Sale  )  Craltsman power planer. $40;  Wagner airless painl sprayer.  $50; Craftsman elec. lawnmower  w/calcher. $60.886-9452.  #15  Pool table, including cues & 2  sets ol balls. $150. 886-7150.  #17  Anlique lurn-of-lhe-century  walnut drop-leaf dining table,  exc. cond.. seals 6. $350.  886-7736. #18s  Folding wheelchair ad).. right fool  rest. $300; variable pressure  mallress pump, $320; folding  walker. $70; slove. 4 plate. $50.  886-7270. #17  Green Onion  Earth Station  SATELLITE  Sales & Service  885-5644  I    '*  �����J  rairnn.'  Funky '66 Valiant  Slant6. 2dr., newradiais. $500  OBO. Call Jan 886-3268 Mon-  Wed or 886-8755 Thurs-Sal.#15  CASH PAID  For Some Cars and Trucks  Dead Car Removal  886-2020  TFN  79 Chev Nova, $1500 OBO.  886-8508 #15  3/4 1 Ton Iruck and 24'  Wilderness camper 5th Wheeier,  can include job. 886-3834. Box  391, Gibsons, B.C #15  1976 Mercury Monarch, gd.  cond.. greal mileage, $600.  886-7521. #15  79 Ford Courier PU, A/T 2.3  molor. long box, match FG  canopy, rel., clean, sharp, exc.  cond. $3500.886-8465.     #15  75 Dodge '* Ion, slant 6, std.,  exc. shape. $1200 OBO.  886-9050. #15  71 Olds. 4 dr.. new brakes,  mechanically excellent. $550  firm. 886-3935. #15  1979 Plymouth Horizon, runs  well, all records available, $1600.  Steve 883-9551 or 883-9342.#15  Gas/propane power, real  economy, 1982 Lada, only  70,000 kms., only one owner,  lady, new all season radials.  clutch. $1300 tirm. 886-9507.  #17  19.  Autos  1885-7575 885-7575  SECHELT IMPORTS  Your "little cheeper dealer  __%_  OII.IS M.S.  unlit tl lilll.  1979 FORD FAIRMONT 6  Aulo. 4 dr.. clean  1979 OLDS CUTLASS  SUPREME BRGH.  Loaded  1978 PONT. G.P.  V6 auto, leatherette, low kms  1978 BMW 320I  4 spd.. Ihe ultimate  1983 StO SPORTS 4X4  V6. 4 spd.. roll bar (ultimate  anywhere sporls Iruck)  1984 S1S SIERRA 4X4  V6. auto. O.D.. nice  B.�� U. Buy.  Give Us A Try  Locating seivice available  Detailing and mechanical repairs  Promoting Peninsula Pride''  Hwy 101. Sechell  885-7575 885-7575,  '83 Ford pickup 150. 6 cyl., 2  tone, dual lanks, 4 sp gd. cond  885-5002. #16  '81. 280ZX Coupe. 1 prev.  owner, rebuilt drivelrain. new exhaust, new radial TA'S &  snowies, new paint, inferior in  exc, cond. 886-4633. #16  77 GMC IS Ton window van,  A/T, P/B. P/S, econ. 6 cyl..  mech. sound, gd. rubber, some  rusl 4 body dam,, $1200 OBO:  '69 Ford Vi Ton Econovan lor  parts or whole, 302 cu., 8 cyl.,  sld. trans. 886-9410. #16  72 Chev 1 Ton. new flatdeck.  duals, body, tires, brakes & running gear, all gd., runs exc,  $1400,886-3411. #16  '80 GMC PU, 6 cyl., auto.,  57.000 kms, slereo, boal rack.  $5200.886-7588. #17  77 Volare. exc. cond.. low  mileage. '64 Sludebaker.  restored. 885-5838, #17  Dependable 1975 Chev 'A Ton,  economical 6 w/4 sp., runs well,  but box is rusly. $900,885-9226  aft. 5 pm #17  Dalsun B210. gd. pans, car  needs minor repairs, call  885-9516. #17  South Coiist  Ford  1986 F150  SUPERCAB 4X4  6 Cyl., 4 Sp.. two tone paint.  XL irim level. 39.000 Kms  Wharl Rd., Sechelt  DL S936 885-3281  77 Chev ft Ton Van, 6 cyl.  aulo runs gd.. radials. $575  OBO. Vi Ton Iruck camper, ice  box. prop stove & lurn., gd.  cond. $400. 886-8261.       #17  1976 Ford Torino stn. wagon.  $500060 886-9968. #15  1975 TR7 conversion alum, Buick  V8 eng.. Borg Warner, 5 spd,.  577 Prall Rd. 886-8073.      #15  '85 Chevette. 4 dr.. H/B, aulo,  66,000 kms., exc. cond.. lady  driven. $6000 OBO. 886-3398.  #17  1981 Acadian. 4 sp., HB, low  miles. $2500. 883-2749,      #15  76 Dodge Van, 5 pass., gd run.  cond. $1250. 886-7923.     #17  75 Merc-Ford air PW P-seals.  PS. radio, elc..$395 886-9894.  #15  '81 Chev. V. Ton. 4X4,  Silverado. 4 sp.. one owner,  warn winch, new radials. low  miles. $6900 OBO 886-8522 aft,  6pm. #17  74 Volvo sin. wagon, runs well,  burns oil. $700. 886-9261.  #17  20.  Camper*  Motorhomes  South Co;ist  ^     Ford  1984 BRONCO 4X4  351 V8. Aulomalic,  Trail Tow Equipped, 1-Owner  '9,995 obo  Whirl Rd., Sechelt  ^     dl 59J6 885-3281      _  V. -1 Ton Iruck & 24' Wilderness  camper, 5th Wheeler, can include  job. 886-3834, Box 391, Gibsons. B.C. #15  1984 Prowler 24' travel trailer.  bunk beds etc.. lull balh, awning, like new. 883-9174.      #16  Sportsman FG camper, poplop,  F/S. healer, sleeps 4. compact &  light, weighs 880 lbs., $1500.  886-7637. #17  14'trailer, sink, slove, 3 way lr..  lurn.. toilet, exc. cond.  883-1194. #17  5th Wheel Travelaire trailer, l8Vi  II, with hitch, as new. 885-9451.  #17  25' Travel trailer, $1000 best oiler. 885-9692. #17  COAST NEWS  885-3930  21. -J  Marine J  CAPTAIN BILL MURRAY  Master Mariner  In Sail and Steam  Formerly ol Hlgge Marine  Marine Surveyors  and Consultants  885-3843  18' Ourslon Glascraft. 65 Merc.  OB. trailer, extras, runs well,  $2800 OBO 886-3455. #15  Kawasaki Jelski. 550 cc eng.. 10  hrs. on molor, 885-9516 eves.  #188  JOLLY ROGER MARINA  moorage available lor Ihe summer  or the year. Call 885-7184  #16  1975 I8V2' Sangslercralt. 130 4  cyl, Volvo, 270 Volvo leg,  $4650 886-3882 eves.        #15  14' FG 40 HP Johnson, $900.  883-9058 6-10pm. #15  Moor Sacral Cove  Enjoy New Horizons  Secret Cove Marine 885-3533  #25  Old forest service 34'x9'6*r"  diesel powered $25,900. offers.  John 883-9308. #16  15' Grueman canoe, exc. cond.,  sale or trade for cartop boat.  886-3287. #15  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-25-70 HP 1982-1986, exc.  cond., exc. price. Lowes Resort.  883-2456. TFN  80' dock w/40' iron stairs,  comes wilh 2'h yr. water lease in  Gibsons Harbour. $12,000 OBO.  Tarry 886-3595 or 886-2268.  TFN  14' Cobra 40 HP elec. start hydr.  steering trailer, $2150 OBO,  Tarry 886-3595 or 886-2268.  TFN  90 HP Merc, phone afler 6pm.  886-2765. #15  45' steel sailboat. $40,000.  unrigged will consider partial  payment on house of value up to  $50,000. Contact Jim Harding  886-9648. #15  24 ft. centreboard cruising  sailboat, wood/fibreglass. Sleeps  4. .'Ii outboard. 3 sails with 4  wheel road trailer. Phone  885-7396. #15  68 HP Osco Ford marine diesel &  hy. gear. As new cond.  883-9401. #17s  Samson 37' FG sailboat, world  cruiser, live aboard, equipped.  42 g. 886-7400 mess.        #17s  ^MoMfeHo.   %)  Mobile home space available,  Sunshine Coast Mobile Home  Park. 886-9826. TFN  NEW HOMES  from $19,900  FOB including rugs, drapes, appliances. As low as $2000 down  OAC. Call collect 580-4321.  TFN  MOBILE HOME SALES  We will match or better any price  in B.C. Chapman Creek Homes.  DL 7283.885-5965. TFN  SUNSHINE COAST  BUILDING SUPPLIES igaa ltd  "Come in and see  our changes"  Mon.-Slt. 8:00-5:00  1356 Wharl Rd��� Sechell  8B5-5B18  Deep V Thermoglass hull. 19'rV  slandup hardtop, new sloped  tarps, 300' rope, 60' chain, anchor, winch, depth snd., compass, live bail lank, near new  2-12 HD batteries, no motor,  needs painl, liltle maintenance,  lirm $2250 886-2802 ad. 5pm.  #16  12' Springbok alum, w/new  oars. 10" rolling wheels, $600:  9.9 Merc outboard & 5 gal. lank.  $350,886-9410. #16  mtaproonBBaatsssM  BROOKS & MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS ltd.  Ban|amln Moore & International  Paints  Marine  Bill Wood  SECHELT  A Bus 885-2923  Res. 885-5058  Waterfront, Ocean Beacn  Espende, 2 bdrm. unfurn. hs,  airtight, wd. heater, propane  slove. fr., $350/mo. 886-7046.  #15  '81 Honda Silverwing with  helmets, $1700.886-2708.  #16  1978 Yamaha 650 Special, gd.  cond., new lires, $800 OBO.  886-8044 art. 6pm. #15  1983 Honda 80XL street/trail.  $325 OBO. 886-2608. #15  '86 CP.125, exc. cond., $1600.  885-7401. #15  '81 KZ 1100. bags & (airings,  $1600; '83 Honda XR350,  $1200.886-3662. #17  '82 - 650 Yamaha Maxim, shaft  drive, new tires, 22,000 kms.,  $1000.886-8691. #18s  Gibsons, spacious 3 bdrm. log  home, large deck with view,  washer/dryer, $550, call collect  734-8103. #17  Prime office space with view,  Lower Gibsons, Avail. May 1.  $275/mo. 886-9213. #17  3 bdrm. Port Mellon, $350/mo.  avail. Apr. 15, no pels. 886-8923  eves. #17  Roberts   Creek   Hall   avail,  dances,   parties,   weddings  equipment rental. Yvonne,  885-4610. 7-9 pm. TFN  Selma Park. 2 bdrm. apart.,  ocean view, W/D, F/S, dish.,  lenced yard, garage, rels.  866-8291 eves. #15  Warehouse-Workshop approx  1020 sq. It,, high ceiling, 14  overhead door $365/mo  885-3165or525-81?7.       #15  All Sizes  MINI STORAGE  886-8628 #15  Sunshine Coasl  MOBILE HOME PARK  1 mi, W. Gibsons on Hwy 101  Phone i  Lot NO. 58 -  12x60 2 BDRM.  Fr. and slove, new carpels  and lino thru-out. A very clean  home set up and ready lo move  inlo at a low price of  '12,900  Lot NO. 28  24 x 40 DOUBLEWIDE  3 bdrm., lr., slove & d.w..  large kit. & din. area with patio  doors onlo rear sundeck. new  carpels and lino thru-out. A  one owner home priced at only  '21,900  2 bdrm house Bay area. Lower  Gibsons, avail. May 1, $500/mo.  886-9332. #16  Accom. required lor Beachcomber crew Prefer furnished.  April lo end of Sept. Contact  Helen Wong, CBC-TV, call collect  662-6246.  TFN  2 to 3 bdrm. house, rels, avail.  885-9750 or 885-5299.       #17  R.C. Rainbow Pre-school Is tentatively looking tor new location.  Needs large area, two washrooms, fenced yard, central location. Wants long term lease  885-7072. #15  Urgent May 1st 3 or 4 bdrm  house. Cedar Grove or Gibsons  area 886-9749. #15  Beachfront cottage for 1 wk .  sleep 5, July or August.  922-5028 eves. #16  Near Sechelt, small quiel view  house, retired lady. 3 or 4 weeks  July-Aug. or exchange condo In  Kits, call collect 737-7917 before  Bam or aft. 5pm. #16  Mature couple, urgently need 2  or 3 bdrm. house for long term  rental. 886-3331, room 6.    #17  BLANKET CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING  These Ads appear in the more than 70 Newspapers ol the B.C. and Yukon Community  Newspapers Association and reach more than 900,000 homes and a potential two million readers.  $129. for 25 words ($3. per each additional word)        Call the COAST NEWS at 885-3930 to place one,  AUTOMOTIVE  1987 Western Star, w/42 In  sleeper, Cat 425 air to air,  Fuller 15-spd. 0/0 trans.,  40,000 Ib 390 rear-ends.  One-year warranty on motor,  four-year warranty on run-  ninfl gear. (604)632-9831.  "New trucks available w/  steady year round contracts.  Low Interest rates, 12.9%  and up. Good selection of  makes and models. Minimum investments, $8000.  Phone Transpo.   1-800-663-  5166.   Brand new 1987-88 Ford  Pick-up boxes includes tailgate and lights. Call Todd  949-6393 05507.   Buy/Lease any gas, diesel  car or truck, new or used.  Direct from volume factory  dealer. Call for pre-approved  credit. Call collect 464-0271.  D5231.   $1 Down leases a new car or  truck. Seven Year warranty.  Payments from $139/mo.  O.A.C. Call lease manager  at (604)465-8931. DL5584.  1977 Weslern Star Logging  Truck 400 cum. New Codec  Scales, new transmission,  lubeless lires. 90% + 1973  Columbia Trailer. Asking  $36,000. with or without job.  Phone 344-6415 Golden,  _C.   BUSINESS  OPPORTUNITIES   $$$$$$$$$$ Multi-Million  Dollar International Firm  seeks 2 representatives In  your area that seek Incomes  ol up to $800 ���> $1,600 +  weekly. No direct selling  involved, dally repeat business, set your own hours.  Training provided. For confidential interview call 9 to 5  (416)756-2111   or   (416)756-  7796.   Wheel alignment and brake  shop in thriving tourist city.  Home of the world famous  Tyrell Museum. Selling reason III health, Box 1423  Drumheller,    Alberta.    TOJ  0Y0.   Be Your Own Boas. Earn  money as a full/part-time  dealer of beautiful Eelskln  goods (wallets, handbags,  riefcases). No Investment,  no sales experience required. Start Imediately. For kit,  mall name, address, $15.  cheque/m.o. (deductible  from order) to: Charisma,  Dept. AC21, #205-259 Mid-  park Way S.E., Calgary,  Alta. T2X 1M2.   BUSINESS  OPPORTUNITIES  EDUCATIONAL  FOR SALE MISC.  HELP WANTED  Cash In - Cash Oul. Coke,  Pepsi, Libby's, Heinz -  World Famous Drinks you  will rellll in your new, unique, cold pop/juice vendors  with separate price settings.  Minimum investment of  $11,980 secured as we supply freight, equipment installed in locations, product  fills, supplies, etc. Own your  cash business, your choice,  part or full-time. Call/write  (24 hours) for brochure. Solar Business Centres, 100  Easl Drive, Suite 200, Br?m-  alea, Ontario. L6T 1B3. .vtr.  Halbol 1-(416)-761-5705.  Fund Raising Opportunity.  Groups, Clubs, non-profit  organizations required in all  areas lo sell ''Share The  Flame" the retrospective  book ot the Olympic Torch  Relay. 10 X 13 hard cover  book. Terrific prolit on this  fabulous Canadian memento. For further Information  please call (604)463-7882 or  write 23013 Olund Cres.,  Maple Ridge, B.C. V2X 9E6.  New Shopping Plaza - New  Hazellon, B.C. Excellent opportunity for Video/Electronics, Laundromat, Fast  Food, Hardware, Pharmacy.  Space available 800 II. and  up. Mr. McCarthy (604)255-  1939.   Corrected Phone Numberl  Woodworking business manufacturing quality glftware.  Modern Industrial building,  equipment, established accounts, expanding market.  Priced under $125,000. (604)  832-3203 evenings.   Business Opportunities. Retail Cosmetic & Perfume  Distributorship available In  the Lower Fraser Valley and  selected B.C. areas. Small  investment lor inventory. Alternative Scents, Gary Arm-  strong 1-888-3463.   Florist - Quick Sale. Two  wire services. Fresh and  artificial flowers, tropical  plants and accessories.  Dealer for wine and beer  supplies $60,000 o.b.o. Call  Hope 869-5745.   BUSINESS PER80NALS  Buy name brand groceries  at competitive prices, delivered to your door and get  paid to tell others about It.  L. McLean, 15485 - 92nd  Ave., Surrey V3R 5V9 589-  1267.  Start A New Career! Learn  Income Tax or Basic Bookkeeping. Certilicate Courses. For Iree brochures no  obligation: U & R Tax Services, 205-1345 Pembina  Hwy., Winnipeg R3T 2B6  (204)284-1806,     Career in Journalism - if you  are a woman staffer ot freelancer for a community  newspaper you could qualify  tor a $2500. scholarship to  attend the one year Intensive  course in journalism at Vancouver Community College.  Contacl Peter Walls, Programme Coordinator 324-  5335.   Professional Driver Training/Air Brakes Course.  Class 1 Taxi and Bus Driver  qualifications - unlimited  truck operation. Course begins April 18th. Register by  April 15th. Selkirk College,  Nelson Campus 352-6601,  Diploma correspondence.  Free calendar. High School  upgrading, accounting, managemeni, administration,  secretarial, computers. Established 1964. National Col-,  lege, 444 Robson, Vancouver, 688-4913 toll Iree 1-800-  387-1281, 24 hours.   EQUIPMENT AND  MACHINERY   Town of Smithers. Accepting  ofters on a rear load garbage  packer, 1978 Leach Mod. 16,  S.N. T-3 2293. Equipped  with hydraulic container  attachment. Good operating  condition. Used as "backup" machine until March  30, 1988. A. De Elllon,  Director, Engineering Works  847-3251.   FOR SALE MISC.  Argenion Tap Water Filter -  Designed for homes, campers, boats, etc. Best water  filter warranty on market,  E.P.A. approved. For free  brochure phone or write:  304-140 East 15th St., North  Vancouver, B.C. V7L 2R1.  (604)980-8176.      Government Cash Grants  now available! I 1988 edition  listing provincial/federal  grants for businesses, farmers, students, seniors, etc.  $24.05 cheque, COD.,  Visa, AmEx, w/explry. Oak-  dale Publishing Co., 4648A-  99th Street, Edmonton, Alta.  T6E 5H5. 1-403-434-4444.  Factory Rebuilt Intellivislon  11 $99.99 with Poker and  Blackjack. Rebuilt Colecovi-  sion with Donkeykong  $99.99. Brand new Intellivislon III $119.99. Nintendo  $169.99. All Include warranty. Latest cartridges and  repairs for all systems. Academy Video, 1041B Ridge-  way Ave., Coquitlam, B.C.  939-0551.   15' Fiberglass Clinker  B.M.W. 07 Marine Diesel  single cylinder 4 stroke reversing gearbox, cabin,  wheel and tiller steering,  Teknoflex shift and throttle.  Roadrunner trailer. $6,500.  firm. 494-8889 after 5 p.m.  New! Distinctive, Adjust-  able, Self-watering plant  pots. Various sizes & colours. Buy direct from warehouse. Write for tree brochure. Mount Cheam Distributors, 8690 Vicars St.,  Chilliwack, B.C. V2P 6V8.  Lighting Fixtures. Weslern  Canada s largest display.  Wholesale and retail. Free  Catalogues available. Nor-  burn Lighting Centre, 4600  East Hastings Street, Burnaby, B.C. V5C 2K5. Phone  1-299-0666,   Attention Cabin/Home owners Approved woodstove,  chimney, hearth materials  lor one story applicalion -  $995. (slove only $475.).  RE. MacDonalds Stoves &  Stones Ltd., Aldergrove,  B.C. 856-8141.   Alfalfas, Clovers, and  Grasses, Field Peas, Canola  Seed. Combine your orders  with your neighbours. Discounts available. Phone toll  free 1-800-661-1529, Han-  na's Seeds Ltd., Lacombe,  Alta. TOC 1SO.   GARDENING   Greenhouse and Hydroponic  Equipment and Supplies -  The most complete selection  In Canada. Low prices, plus  we are a Gold Card retailer.  Send $2. for catalogue and  free magazine to Western  Water Farms, 1244 Seymour  Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6B  3N9. 1-604-682-6636.  Curved glass patio extensions starting at $1,095.  Hobby greenhouses starting  at $599. Full line of greenhouse accessories. Call B.C.  Greenhouse Builders 1-604-  433-4220 or write 7425 Hed-  ley Avenue, Burnaby, B.C.  V5E2R1.  "Required immediately Licenced Auto Body Painter lor  G.M. Dealership in Peace  River area, Company bene-  fits. Contact G. Hunt (403)  532-9333".   Housewives, Mothers sV interested persons needed immediately to sell toys and  gifts for National Home Party Plan. No Investment, deliveries or money collection.  Call (519)258-7905.   Overseas Positions. Hundreds of top paying positions.  Attractive benefits. All occupations. Free details. Overseas Employment Services,  Dept. CA, Box 460, Mount  Royal, Quebec, H3P3C7.  Editor/ Reporter required for  weekly community newspaper in Golden B.C. Two  person news staff. Macintosh Desktop Publishing System. Please contact Norma  or Charmalne, Golden Star  (604)344-5251,   G.M. Sales Needed Immediately Sales Rep for G.M.  Dealer In Port Hardy. 949-  7442 lor appointment.  Ma Cherie Fashions. Discover a new rewarding career.  Be an independent. Join our  team. It's the fun, easy way  lo earn extra money. Call  collect (416)632-9090.  REAL ESTATE   Moving to beautiful Victor-  la? Call K. MacKay Builders  Ltd. for free estimate on  your new home. Serving  Victoria lor 16 yrs. Call  Keith, 479-5375,   SERVICES   "ICBC Offered me $3,500.  Carey Linde got me  $194,000", G.N. - Abbotsford. Vancouver lawyer Carey Linde (since 1972) has  Free Information. Phone 1-  684-7798. Second Opinions  Gladly Given.   ICBC Injury Claims? Call  Dale Carr-Harris - 20 years a  trial lawyer with live years  medical school before law. O-  669-4922 (Vancouver). Experienced in head injury and  other major claims. Percentage fees available.  TRAVEL   Skiers: Lake Louise, Sun-  tanning capital ol the Canadian Rockies, has 3 days  skiing & accommodation for  $78./person, quad occupancy. Other packages also  available. 1-800-661-1158.  Selma Park, 3 bdrm. view home,  $500/mo. 886-2659. #15  17.  Help Wanted  Lord Jim's Resort requires a Iront  desk clerk, duties to include  bookkeeping, lyping _ making  reservations. Call 885-7038 for  appointment, #15  Fish  processors  required  immediately. 883-9501. #16  17.  Help Wanted  -  Jolly Roger Inn  now hiring lor the season  job openings for  Breakfasl Cook  Evening Cook  Dining Room Waiters &  Waitresses. Dining Room Bus  People. Front Desk Clerks,  Lounge Bartenders & Waiters s  Wailresses, Marina Attendants.  For appointment call Matt  Lucasson at 885-7184.        #16  numi  Coordinator  Adult Day Care Program  3 days per week. Duties include stall and volunteer coordination and supervision, program development. Proven  supervisory training and experience essential. Preference  to those wilh experience working with the elderly. Car  essential.  Wage: $tt.26/hour.  Deadline lor applications:  April 21. 1988  Apply lo: Executive Director,  Box 2420. Sechell. B.C.  VON 3A0    " 'mint  Contracl sawyer position available  with a local manufaclurer.  Lumber knowledge an assel, bul  willing to train. An expansion program Is under way and successful applicant will be considered for future position. Please  apply in writing to Box 626, Gib  sons, B.C. VON 1V0. #17  Secretary required lor architect's  office. Skills - typing, bookkeeping, accounts, drafting. Call  Kevin 886-2281 or 886-9205  eves. #15  Wailresses, Bartenders, &  Doormen al Elphies. Contacl  Scott al 886-3336. #151  DIRECTOR/COUNSELLOR  Alcohol �� Drug Counselling  Society - Full time position lo be  based In Sechelt. B.C. Experience in youth, lamily and  substance abuse treatment.  Masters degree in Social Work or  Clinical Psychology or equivalent  qualifications required. Resumes  to Action, P.O. Box 2647,  Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0. Applications must be received by April  30,1988. #16  Help yourself! Update your  resume, call Arbutus Office Services, 885-5212. TFN  MARINE MECHANIC  Exp. in MerCruiser, Volvo, gas &  diesel & OB's. FT. position.;  885-4141. TFN;  MARINE SERVICE MANAGER   j  To run slorelronl and shop. F.T. I  posilion. 886-2233. TFN  "Mall Sillers"  needed to help in both Gibsons &  Sechell wilh Ihe Gibsons Landing  Thealre Project Society's upcoming membership drives. II you,  can help for even an hour, please  call 886-8778. TFN  Confidential Secretary Receptionist, apply Mr. Howard  Webster, Admin.. Shornclille,  Box 1580, Sechell. #15  Babysitter lor 3 small children  needed immed. lor 3 monlhs.  Mon-Fri. rels. req. 886-3418.  #15  Experienced cook needed al  Gramma's Pub in Gibsons.  886-8215. #15  28.  Work Wanted  i  Young hardworking bulldozer  operator wishing to work full time  on Sunshine Coast. Able to run 8,  maintain olher equipmenl Call  Joel 866-3644. #16  Carpentry & all home repairs,  renovations & additions.  Reasonable rates, free estimates  886-2835. #16  South Coast  Ford      )  1977 GMC VAN  V8. Automatic.  Tradesman Special  '1,995 obo  Whirl Rd., Sechelt  k OL 5936 885-3281  31.  1*8*1  NOTICE OF SALE  PURSUANT TO THE WAREHOUSEMEN'S LIEN ACT  Notice is hereby given that Ihe storage lot held by Len Wray's  Transfer Ltd.. Box 186, Highway 101, Gibsons. B.C. in the name ol  Anne Welychka will be sold al a public sale lor debts outstanding  and cost of sale within 30 days of the second appearance ol Ihis  notice at a location designated by Len Wray's Transler Lid.  Province of  British Columbia  Ministry of  Transportation  and Highways  NOTICE OF INTENT  GIBSONS HIGHWAY DISTRICT  Notice is given, pursuant to Seclion 9(4) ol Ihe Highway Act, lhal  Ihe Ministry has received an applicalion to discontinue and close  a portion of road allowance in the Roberts Creek area adjacent lo  Lol 10, Plan 5157, D.L. 810, Group 1, N.W.D.  And that such closed road allowance be vested, pursuanl to Section 9(2)(c) ol the Highway Act,  D.L. 8I0  D. L.   809  Brjocri   Avtnul  ��       /  1  2  a   Jy  plan J/513  J��  ^Rood  '-Rood to bi cloud/  BtOrolV ��'"21"'       /      /  f I      /Strait  A plan showing the proposed road closure may be viewed at ihe  Gibsons District Highways Office, 1610 Seamounl Way, Sea-  mount Industrial Park, Gibsons, B.C. during office hours. Any  person having objection to this application lor road closure should  do so In writing not later than April 29, 1988. SCRD adds to  Chapman Creek  Coast News, April 11,1988  Several years after the request  was submitted by the Sunshine  Coast Regional District  (SCRD), the provincial government has negotiated a land exchange to provide for a public  recreation and conservation  corridor along Chapman Creek,  Forests and Lands Minister  Dave Parker and Mackenzie  MLA Harold Long have announced.  In the exchange, Canadian  Foresl Products Ltd. returned  Crown-granted lands on both  sides of Chapman Creek to the  province in return for a property suited for its joint reforesta  tion program with the British  Columbia Forest Service.  The lands alongside the creek  were the "missing links" in the  Regional District's Chapman  Creek linear park and conservation proposal, the minister said.  Since the original proposal  was made by the SCRD, the  area which Chapman Creek is  located in has become part of  Sechelt Municipal District,  however the park leases are still  retained by the Regional  District.  Sechelt has recently completed work on a trail system  along  Chapman   Creek,  Writers' Forge  Guess Where  The Suncoast Writers' Forge  will hold their Annual General  Meeting this Wednesday, April  13, al the Arts Center in Sechell  at 7:30. A good turnout of  members is hoped for but even  if you are nol a member you are  welcome lo attend.  The new spring magazine,  18.  .   Work Wanted,  House Painting  Interior ��� Exterior  Call Sam Dill 886-7619        #17  PROFESSIONAL  CARPET INSTALLATIONS  Installations, restretches ol loose,  bubbled carpel, repairs, burns,  etc. John Kaz 886-7806.      #17  Handy man. reliable and  reasonable. 883-9278.        #17  Good worker will do lawns,  gardening, painting, reas. Rick  886-7531. #15  Cleaning,  gardening, janitorial.  res/comm.,   grass,   windows,  gulters, split wood. 886-3580.  TFN  Exp. framing crew available, air  equip. 886-7830. TFN  Drywall crew available,  reasonable rates. 886-7223.  TFN  PEERLESS TREE    . SERVICE LTD.  Topping ��� Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal.   Insured.  Guaranteed  Work. Freeeslimates. 885-2109.  TFN  Husky grad available to do odd  jobs, Clint, 886-7481. #17  TREE TOPPING  Danger tree removal, limbing &  falling, free est., fully insured.  Jefl Collins 886-8225. #17  IT'S SPRING  Have Your Siding  Cleaned the  CEMEX WAY  10% Discount lor Seniors  886-2270  Electrical contractor wants work.  Call lorn 886-3344 or 886-3364.  TFN  Vard cleanup, hauling & moving,  lighl & heavy, very reasonable.  886-3452. #15  Cottage Cleaning  FASTiduous personalized cleaning. No job loo big or small. Call  Agnes 885-5073. #15  Garden work. reas. rales, disc,  senrs.. Rbls. Ck. prel. 885-5519  or885-2060. #15  Bookkeeping end Typing  Reasonable rales, confidential.  efficient. 885-5840. #15  Sundecks, retaining walls,  planters, fences, inter-locking  paving stones. High quality and  AppUn Pavers 886-2332      #15  Rubbish Removal  Spring yard cleanup, hauling,  moving,  light  & heavy,  very  reasonable. Rob 885-5516.  #16  Loving mom will give day care In  my home weekdays. Full time  please. Refs. 886-2638.      #15  '0*    Business  Opportunities  To Shire Business In Good loci-  Hon - Experienced hairdresser or  eslhelician with electrolysis certificate. This would be partnership with licenced eslhelician.  Partner would need own equipment and supplies, except lor  manicure equipment. 885-5725.  #15  The Suncoastcr is hot off the  press and will be available at the  meeting. This a neat little  magazine containing the works  of local writers. A nice little gift  for your friends who come to  visit the coast and the price is  only $2.50. A limited number  have been printed so be sure to  pick yours up soon.  The usual prize of SS will be awarded the firsl correct entry drawn  which locates the above. Send your entries lo reach the Coast  News, Box 460, Gibsons by Saturday of this week. Last week's winner was Tara Lamb, Box 512, Sechelt, who correctly identified the  buoy on Francis Peninsula Road just before Warnock Road.  Celebrate National Wildlife Week,  April 10-16th, 1988. Wildlife needs  our help! Conserve wildlife habitat.  -4  ATTENTION  Land Owners and Loggers  Please  call for a  price list.  ii  LOG BUYING STATION  JACKSON BROTHERS LOGGING co. ltd.  R.RJ1 Gray Creek Tuwanek  885-2228 885-3287  Switch on big dollar savings.  Switch off high heating costs.  Electric Plus will save you  up to 50% over your oil or propane bill.  Philip and Maxine Cowley  switched to Electric Plus. And cut  the cost of heating their home  dramatically. "We cut our heating  bill In half? says Mr. Cowley.  'And," he adds, "the installation  cost was only $1,500. I'd recommend  it to anyone still using oil or  propane for heating."  The Cowleys kept their fuel-fired  system as a required back-up, and  found that Electric Plus provided  them with modern, clean, 100%  efficient electric heat  How cheap is it?  Very cheap. Electric Plus is only  2.50 a kilowatt hour, approximately 50% of what you'd normally  pay for electricity, or for oil or propane. This could vary depending  on fuel costs in your community. But whatever the costs, this  special rate is a real bargain.  Mr. A Mrs. P. Cowley of Victoria.  Mrs. Cowley was delighted.  'It amazed us how quick and smooth  the installation was!'  With the Electric Plus program,  home heating is clean, versatile and  economical. And we can finance  your equipment and installation  cost at our special 8'/2% interest rate,  on approved credit...with the loan  conveniently repayable on Hydro  bills over periods of up to four years.  Switch now and start saving.  Call your nearest Hydro office for  program details and a free analysis  of savings. Call your local electrical/  heating contractors for competitive  estimates on installations.  Our innovative heating program.  TO  BatriePte ,#W��/fc  fating Swill! ffr Miffc,  SSL"*���  ;  Rob Hagar  Electrical Contracting  We are pleased to offer a  FREE CONSULTATION SERVICE to help  you determine if Electric Plus is the best  way to meet your heating requirements  PLEASE CALL US ANYTIME lor any ol your electrical needs    886-9261  CONSTABLE  Contracting  Your Electric Plus Expert  in Gibsons  FREE ESTIMATES  886-3344  888-3364  R.D. THOMAS HEATING M.  Specializing in  HEATING and AIR-CONDITIONING  ��� Electric Boilers  ��� Baseboard Heaters  ��� Heat Pumps  ��� Heat Pumps for Pools  ��� Electric Hot Water Baseboards  ��� Wood Stoves & Furnaces  Carrier  WE GUARANTEE WHAT WE SELL  Serving the Sunshine Coast for 21 years  GOVT CERTIFIED  Call now! 886-7 111 Anytime  Shop on Payne Rd., Gibsons (behind Jamieson Automotive)  _ WOOD HEATING  w&  BUILDING  \SUPPLIES  V  Sales & Installations of:  ��� Zero Clearance Fireplaces  ��� Airtight Woodstoves  ��� Insulated Chimney  ��� Stainless Chimney Liners  ��� Fireplace Inserts  10 YEARS EXPERIENCE  All INSTALLERS are CERTIFIED and  INSTALLATIONS are INSPECTED TO CODE  Ask for Steve  AC Building Supplies  Francis Peninsula Place,  Pender Harbour  883-9551 26.  Coast News, April 11,1988  This cleared land on Browning Road is the proposed future site of a 66-unit retirement village. Inset:  Developers of Browning's Edge Retirement Village discussed their proposal at a public hearing last  Saturday. ��� Puny Falter photo  Volunteers  honoured  Members of Area 'A' Clinic  Auxiliary were guests of honour  Tuesday in Pender Harbour at a  lea given by directors of the  Health Center and their  spouses.  Dianne Evans of the  Volunteer Action Centre  presented volunteer pins to  Auxiliary members: Vi Tyner,  Joan Murphy, Maureen Griffith, Joan Rae, Doreen Lee,  Edith McNaughton, Isabel Mc-  Whinnie, Mary Ledingham, Vi  Berntzen and Lily Jones. The  Auxiliary supports the Heallh  Centre with the aid of its many  non-member workers.  Adding that 'directors arc  volunteers too,' Ms Evans surprised the Clinic board. She  gave pins to Billy Griffith, Marg  Swigart, Dick Jones, Theresa  Kishkan, Norm Cattermole,  and Peter Grabenhof; and to  directors wives Fran Cattermole, Peggy Grabenhof, and  Iris Griffith. Board secretary  Diane Dennis was unable to attend the tea at the Clinic.  Retirement village gets hearing  THE TIME ISi  ^ion  NOW  To Prepare For Those  Special Occasions  In Your Life  Introducing^  ^Sta*b*lite PROGRAM  y    ... Cbotisiug in Remain Slim  =FREE=  i=Lose 10 lbs. - 2 weeks.s  ^CONSULTATION==17-25 lbs. - 6 weeks=|l  Janice Edmonds  Center-  Counsellor  886-DIET  Some   confusion   was   apparent at the public hearing held  in Sechelt last week on a rezoning application by MTCL Properties Incorporated, to have  nine acres in Wilson Creek near  Browning Road, rezoned from  Residential One to Residential  ; Four  zoning,   permitting  Ihe  development of Phase One of  Browning's   Edge   Retirement  Village. Notice of the hearing,  bolh in a newspaper and in let-  - ters sent to neighbouring pro-  ' perty owners, staled lhat ihe application was for the enlire 29  acres slated for Ihe three phase  development.     However,  ; representatives from the com-  ��� pany lold Ihose attending the  hearing lhat they were only applying for phase one of the  developmeni plan.  Approximately   thirty-five  ��� people were in attendance and  several speakers repealed the  same concerns. The R4 zoning  .permits a density of one unit for  ;.every   250   square   meters.  '.'However,  the  developers are  prepared to enter into a restric  tive convenant, they told the  meeling, thai would restrict  density lo an R-2 zoning level, a  total of 66 units for the entire  developmeni .  A second major issue was  traffic in the area, with the increase in population. Architect  Manu Chugh explained that the  company has received assurances from Ihe Department of  Highways that Tyson Road will  be extended to serve the needs  of Ihose living al Browning's  Edge, preventing an over-use of  Browning Road.  Chairman of the hearing,  Alderman Joyce Kolibas, maintained lhal Sechell council will  nol consider passing the  necessary rezoning by-law  before they have ensured lhat  the Tyson Road extension will  be in place during Ihe construclion of phase one.  Ted Wright, a resident of the  area questioned council  members about legal guarantees  that the property would be  developed as stated. He asked  what would happen if the retire  ment village concept didn't prove successful and the current  owners sold the property.  Would the new owners be held  to the restrictive convenant, he  asked.  Manu Chugh responded to  the question, pointing out that  even after the re-zoning is in  place, any company developing  the property would need to acquire both a development permit and a building permit,  either of which could be  withheld at council's discretion.  Not all those in attendance  were opposed to the development. The most verbal supporter was Ed Traff , owner of  the Rockland Wynd mobile  home park which is very near  the retirement village site.  Traff pointed out the advantages of having the retirement  development in place as opposed to the random development  currently permitted for single  family dwellings.  He mentioned improved services, and quiet, tasteful  residents,  and  later  told  the  Coast News that Browning's  Edge, "Will be like a jewel."  Questioned about his support  for what might be considered  competition, Traff insisted  that what was good for the area  generally, was good for his  business.The price range of the  units, tie explained, would be  much higher than what he offers at Rockland Wynd, but the  landscaping and paving will  make the area much more  desirable for everyone.  Another issue that several  people brought forth was the  drainage system, pointing out  that there is already a problem  with excess water. Bob Brusven,  of Mitten Realty, who was  speaking on behalf of the  developers explained lhal proper tests will have to be done on  drainage fields and nothing can  go ahead until a plan has been  approved by Waste Management.  Kolibas told the meeting that  the zoning change will likely be  on the agenda for the April 20  meeting.  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