BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

Coast News Apr 20, 1992

Item Metadata

Download

Media
xcoastnews-1.0176103.pdf
Metadata
JSON: xcoastnews-1.0176103.json
JSON-LD: xcoastnews-1.0176103-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): xcoastnews-1.0176103-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: xcoastnews-1.0176103-rdf.json
Turtle: xcoastnews-1.0176103-turtle.txt
N-Triples: xcoastnews-1.0176103-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: xcoastnews-1.0176103-source.json
Full Text
xcoastnews-1.0176103-fulltext.txt
Citation
xcoastnews-1.0176103.ris

Full Text

Array LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY  Parliament Buildings  Victorii, B.C. V8V 1X4  COAST^NEWS  cents per copy on newsstands | If-jfillMtliU'MMJfcll \|���,l:ii  1992    V,,l������,  ESTABLISHED    1945  April 20, 1992    Volume 46     Issue 16  Four vie  forseaton  Gibsons  council  They're off.  Four candidate! ate cunning  lor election bi Glbsona alder*  iniiii to rill tlu- council teal  vacated by Aid. Margaret Mor-  risian lor health reasons earlier  this year.  wiit-ii noiiiiiiiitioiis closed at  noon Thursday, papers hail been  filed by Ted Hume, engineering  consultant, loan Peterson, realtor, (iwen Robertson, retired,  and John (Jock) Taylor Smith,  retired counsellor.  The Municipal Acl does not  restrict candidates who live outside the municipality from running for olfice. Of (he four in  the hunt lor voles, only Hume,  who has served on Gibsons  council before in the 1970s,  lives within town boundaries.  Peterson lives in Grantham's  Landing, while Robertson and  Smith both live in electoral  Area E.  The by-election will Ik- held  May 2 in conjunction with a referendum seeking approval from  Gibsons and rural residents in  electoral areas D, E, and F to  borrow $303,000 to upgrade the  Gibsons swimming pool.  Gibsons Elementary slml .its made their own Easier bonnets to enjoy a school parade before  the Good Friday holiday. Joel Johnstone photo  Wilson Creek  residents proffer  bypass alternative  for council review  inside  communit*  pages  editorial  pages  education  page 24  leisure  page 14  nutter  page IS  sports  page 17  CPU, pulp mill  still awaiting  The ballots from the Canadian Pnperworkers  Union (CPU) strike vole won't be tabulated until  April 22, bul Ihe president of Howe Sound Pulp  and Paper (HSPP) expects mill workers will vole  in favour of job action.  "It's an inevitable part of the bargaining process  these days," said Bill Hughes. "I can't imagine a  similar situation where a strike vote wouldn't be  taken."  Hughes declined to speak on Ihe reasons for the  labour unrest but said the term "concessionary  agreement" was one sore s|Kit with the employers.  He said what the union was calling concessionary demands were part of an employer bargaining  agenda, an integral part of Ihe negotiations for a  employers  vote results  new contract.  The president of the mill's CPU local 1119,  Terry Duffy, said the CPU was pushing mill  employees toward a favourable sirike vole, but  wouldn't say more until Ihe ballots have been tallied.  The vote comes as a ten-month extension of last  year' labour contract expires.  Some of llie issues in the contract lalks thai  have provoked the strike vote, according lo the  CPU, revolve around worker pensions, the "banking" of overtime by workers, and new employer  proposals that would make working and performing maintenance on statutory holidays, like Christmas, a possibility.  by Stuart iumslda  A proposed realignment of  Highway 101 through Wilson  Creek "farmland" has spurred  area residents into coming up  with their own suggestion for  the new roadwork, one that  Sechelt council has agreed to  study.  Al Wednesday's council  meeting, resident Gordon Steele  presented a 490-name list of  people who  oppose the  realignment as it  stands, and who  want Sechelt to  rescind Ihe  bylaw (22-18)  thai made the  realignment possible.  "Not (to take  the petition seriously) is clearly  violating the will  of the people," ~  Steele said.  Steele's citizens' committee  prepared a seven-page argument  against the proposed highway at  Rat Portage Hill and provided  an alternative roule they believe  will satisfy both the the Ministry  of Transportation and Highways  (MOTH) and area residents.  In the document, the committee acknowledges Ihe District of  Sechelt was not responsible for  the selection of Ihe proposed  route currently penciled in on  MOTH relief maps, but said the  municipality might have some  sway in getting the route  changed.  "It seems to us," reads the  committee document, "lhat the  Ministry is holding a gun to our  heads by threatening to withhold provincial funding if the  Districl does not agree with  (ministry) arguments for its chosen location.  'It seems to us  tbe Ministry is  holding a gun to  our heads by  threatening to  withhold  provincial  funding'  "However, we believe Ihe  (Ministry) may be persuaded by  the districl to rethink ils posilion  if presented with a reasonable  alternative."  The route currently proposed  runs behind Rat Portage Hill  and Wilson Creek, where it  crosses property in the agricultural land reserve.  Less than one per cent of  the Coast's land is deemed suitable for agriculture and residents point out  lhal building a  road in the area  will decrease  lhal percentage  even more.  The route  proposed by the  committee  would put the  new stretch of  highway farther  inland, neat the  hydro lines. The committee,  which provided an SCRD contour map of the area, said its  suggested alternative was "technically sound," and not "mere  conceptual sketches." Access  roads would connect the existing Highway 101 with the new  highway at given intervals.  Mayor Nancy MacLarty  congradulated Ihe committee for  its initiative and called the  efforts a "prime example of  what citizens can do" with the  right incentive.  Aid. Bob Wilson and new  municipal planner Rob Buchan  will visit the site and bring their  opinions back to council.  In addition to the outcry from  residents, council has been inundated with letters from Camp  Olave Girl Guides age 6-8, who  have 'earned Ihe proposed highway would dissect their camp  and want council to reconsider.  Forest Council meets,  seeks broad powers  by Rose Nicholson  The two subcommittees of  the new Sunshine Coast  Resources Council got toge'ner  for the first time Saturday, coordinating their activities and discussing their goal to gain decision-making power over land-  use decisions.  The Council, formed to deal  with forest and other land uses  in the Sunshine Coast Forest  District, is made up of a wide  variety of interested individuals  from the Ministry of Forests,  industry, labour and environmental groups.  Chaired by Harry Almond,  the group has been split into two  subcommittees, representing the  lower and upper Sunshine  Coast. At Saturday's meeting,  the Powell River group came to  Sechelt for a brainstorming session with the local group.  Although the major issue on  the agenda was to be a discussion of the terms of reference  which will guide the Council,  considerable time was spent on  the method to be adopted for  arriving at decisions.  The local group, many of  whom are veterans of nearly  two years of lengthy and often  frustrating discussions at Tetrahedron Land Resource Use Plan  and Integrated Watershed Management Plan meetings, maintained that to be effective, it is  necessary to have a fairly structured organization made up of a  limited number of representatives from interested organiza-  ���^  ����� *��( ���  4<a* ���  '*'Jjaa\\\a��~.;     i >  ^SMMMMMMMMMra,              M3a%S  Harry Almond  lions.  The Powell River group felt  it is important to involve as  many people as possible in the  discussions and described their  meetings - which have been  attended by as many as 65 people attempting to reach decisions by consensus.  "It may be," commented  Almond, "there is room for both  methods."  A major concern expressed at  the meeting was that the Council not degenerate into another  advisory body which would  have no real power to make legislative decisions on local  issues.  "A lot of us have felt that  committees which simply have  an advisory status require the  expenditure of a lot of time and  the powers-that-be still have the  turn to page 3  Water, sewage concerns aired at  Halfmoon Bay rezoning hearing  by Roxanne Gregory  Undercurrents of hostility  permeated a rezoning public  hearing held at Coopers Green  in Halfmoon Bay Tuesday.  More than 60 people were  present with about 15 making  verbal submissions to the SCRD  board regarding the request by  local developer, Frank Jor-  gensen, to have a 14 hectare  parcel of land rezoned. The land  which encompasses the bluff's  waterfront area between Cumin  and Brooks Roads, is currently  zoned as a '0' subdivision,  which allows for lots with a  minimum size of 1.75 hectares.  Jorgensen's request lo the  SCRD is for a rezoning of the  bylaw to permit class 'A' subdivision development. This would  result in higher density by  allowing a minimum lot size of  approximately one-quarter acre.  Technically, this rezoning. if  approved, could result in the  development of 100 lots. Phase  1 of Jorgensen's plan is for the  development of 10 waterfront  lots. "In excess of the rezoned  minimum," according to Bob  Allen, a Sechelt surveyor who  made the application for rezoning to the SCRD on Jorgensen's  behalf.  Feelings ran high among  area residents who are opposed  to the rezoning for a variety of  reasons. Foremost among them  was concern about potential  increases   in  under-treated  Voicing opinions on development plans.      Roxanne Gregory photo  Residents fear higher density  development will leave them 'nose to  nose with their neighbours'  sewage in the bay and the lack  of available water to support  such an increase in density.  Many residents said they had  bought property in the area  because they didn't want to live  "nose to nose with their neighbours."  Some felt their rural way of  life would be threatened by  increased development. Others  felt that higher density zoning  would create more traffic problems.  Local resident Elise Rudland  was concerned that a marsh  which is a part of this parcel  would be destroyed by the  development. SCRD planner  Judy Skogstad acknowledged  that the marsh had been  assessed by the local conservation officer as having "high  wildlife habitat value," but she  also pointed out that Jorgensen,  in a companion land development, had already met SCRD  requiiements for land to be sel  aside as parkland. Although he  had not given the total five per  cent in land as required, he had  contributed about "$28,000 in  lieu of the remainder," according to Skogstad.  Developer Jorgensen replied  that the marsh would not be  developed, but that the proposed development would actually increase the habitat through  the addition of a "couple of  small lakes up there."  Other residents requested  that the SCRD place a moratorium on increased density in  development due to the inadequacies of the current sewage  disposal system. Disposal is by  way of a secondary treatment  facility, which treats effluent by  rotor aeration disc and then  pumps it into Halfmoon Bay via  an outfall. Coliform levels in  the bay reached unacceptable  levels two years ago, when  Fisheries placed a shellfish harvesting ban on the area.  Resident Kristopher Moore  complained that the bay does  not 'flush' the effluent out to  turn to page 2 COMl New., April 20, l*l*��2  Meet One Of The Hardhst  Working People In Rl-jI aEsTATE.  ft  i/t  4v4fc  KEN SHKARSMIIH  We're proud io announce lhal Centurj '21  Sirinatu Weak) Im s.ili-% Reprctxiiwivc KEN  SIIKAR.SMITH hai in.nU' the MLS Medallion  (lull's potential qualifien Im' lie knoM that in  be the best in Kr.il Estate u taka ,t passion fot  helping clients get what the) want. CM ken iimI.iv  .uul pm tut dedication tn wmla lot you  No Question .\boit It  SIEMANS REALTY INC.  S7I0 TEREDO ST SECHELT. B.C.  S85S290  news  Environmental coalition promoted  Coast groups discuss private land logging regulations  ByKeMklMrtui  Placing restrictions on pri  a .lie land logging was among  issues discussed by a coalition  oi Qnaal environment groups at  ,i meeting in Sechelt Suiulj)  A dinnei and oig.nii/alion.il  iiurluig at the arts centre set the  stage lor what could become a  new Sunshine Coasl Environ  menial Coalition, which would  encenpaaa most of the pressing  hval em iHiiiiiieiu.il concerns  The late ol Gospel Rock  ���parked the discussion on pri  vale land ttee cutting regula  lions  Gibsons realtor Sii/.iniie  llunkerlon, a im-nihcr of the  Gospel Rock conservation  group, WOO strong support when  she saiil "What that man Killam  li.is done to our community  seems ciiiiiin.il and some kind  ol new legislation should be  passed immediately lo stop the  kind of sLiughtet taking place on  private land It's starting lo look  like the king George Highway  down here "  Shirley Hall of Egmont  echoed the concern and said it  would lv appropriate to restrict  landowners lo a maximum cutting allowance of no more than  .'0 [vr cent of the trees on a parcel land, that trees cut should bv  replaced elsewhere and a tax or  l.iirn Wrstlakr displays an old-growth sample taken from the Caren  tai potluck at the arts centre.  stumpage applied  Communities such as I.as  ipteti Island have lobbied the  province lo no avail for private  land logging restrictions in the  past, where community amenities, such as a water supply,  could be affected.  Donna Shugar of Concerned  Coast residents and Roger  Lagasse of the Coasi Association for ihe Protection of the  Environment hosted the gathering, which drew about 70 people  from all corners of the Coast  The intention was "to bring  together as many of those peo  ple who are working lo save the  environment here and give them  an opportunity lo network their  concerns and ideas," said  Shugar  They could possibly act as  a unified body and assist each  other in confronting some of the  causes of local discontent."  David Deiter, an Egmont  carpenter, said such a coalition  formed on Vancouver Island.  TRAC (Temperate Rain Forest  Action Coalition) "was formed  to monitor logging in all regions  of the island and to assist if necessary in committing acts of  HOWTOACHMCAlDMUnY  Without SacrificinGxThe economy.  Because a great car at a great price is something  we can all agree on.  m  "Give me one  of the most fuel-  efficient cars in Canada."  "Give me the best  selling car in Canada."  ��� Automatic  Tr.ansmission  DaAir Conditioning  ��� Anti-Lock Brakes  DAM/ FM Cassette  G46MpgHwy(6.2L/  100km), 29 Mpg  City (9.9L/100km)  ��� No Deductible 3  year/60.000 km  Warranty  D No Deductible  3 Year/60.000 km  Warranty  $  from  _63MpgHwv  (4.5L/100km).50  MpgCitv(5.6L/  100km)  177  / ��� f   Ma month  FREIG HT&PDI   INCLUDED CAS   H       BAC   K  JJf^f"^ ** "����"��* Sow Ij:j* - art XiSJtP a $  -��iaaar<-j4i,.u(>iait��ajt r����ar BaaVaaJr ,-iamioom Jtapaa Ha-Jaw mm arata- ior a-ss. ��� Eisre   - T-jnsooa- Cmtta tM atf-aWs - Ba&KJ on  tSBI Conpanrtardi dan  aAt��)ur Local Chevrolet Geo Dealers Now  Sunshine Motors Ltd. .885-5131  Range during an envirnnmen-  Krith Thirkell photo  civil resistance to protect Ihe lasl  old- growth forests on the  island," Deiter said.  "Tree spiking is not Ihe  answer, but I don't think it's  appropriate to condemn such  acts outright," he added  Deiter said the reason spiking took place in the first place  was because "the new government basically lied ahout iheir  forestry intentions.  They have not stopped all  logging in sensitive areas like  Waibran, they've only set aside  small token areas to try and  pacify the public."  Rezoning  supporters  favour  small lots  from page 1  sea and that local current conditions send effluent swirling  around lo be deposited on the  beach. Other residents want the  effluent disinfected, and no further developments to occur until  the sewage system is upgraded.  John Pinkster presented  SCRD members with samples  of 'treated effluent.' Because  current water requirements  necessitate the use of Trout  Lake during the summer as a  reservoir, some residents were  concerned that additional development in the area would tax  drinking water resources  SCRD works superintendent  Seig Lehmann, estimated that  each house would produce  about 300 gallons of waste  water per day. and that costs for  sewage disposal would be about  $4,45: per lot.  When questions about possible erosion as a result of the  proposed development, surveyor Bob Allen said, "It's solid  bedrock. You could take every  tree off it and it wouldn't erode  in a million years."  Supporters of Jorgensen  included John Peat, manager of  Mitten Realty, who said, "Land  has skyrocketed. We need to  provide land for those people  who want it. Even though Mr.  Jorgensen has never listed with  us. he has my blessing in pursuing his development plans I see  nothing wrong with re -rating "  Other supporters said they  could only afford small lots and  lhat development should not  onl> be "for the rich " Local  merchants were also behind the  development  The SCRD will make its  decision once Other levels of  government, including the  waste management branch, have  reviewed the proposal.  <r  K  IMAGE  SERVICES  Makeup Lessons  Colour Analysis  ���Var arooe Planning  Personal Shopping  Complete Makeovers  aVardroPe Workshops  Home Parties  Ginny Vail  886-9177 Coasl News, April 20,1992  news  Breakaway struggles on without  provincial funding assistance  by Stuart Burnside  Sunshine Coasl Hteakaway has enough  money donated Irom the community to stay  afloat for a few more months, but administrators have had no word from the BC government alxml possible provincial funding.  "I'm less than optimistic right now," said  April MaKtCaBie-Moon, the organization's  coordinator She said meetings had been  held in which provincial government officials reviewed the operation, but die officials  said they didn't know how much money  would Ik- available alter the provincial hud-  get was finished  MacKcn/ic Moore said the community  had rallied lo the point of providing a surplus  of $5,000 for Ihe youth drug and alcohol  Elphinstone students  plan fundraising telethon  abuse centre, but noted the money would  likely not lasl long "I'm really touched by  the Community's support," she said, "The  future looks less hleak now "  She added lhat a telethon organized by  Elphinstone students scheduled to air April  24 from 6 pm to II) pm on Cable 11. would  likely raise enough money to see Breakaway  through the summer  "The Kids (al Elphinstone I decided lo do  Ibis on their own," MacKen/ie Moore said  ol Ihe broadcast "Tliey'u- doing il to help  their Iriends who are involved in Break  She said, however, that Breakaway usually has two lull time peer counsellors lo help  youths wanting to overcome the "party  mindset" that revolves around drugs and  alcohol. Inn the dire financial straits of the  centre means there is only enough to pay  "one overworked soul Ideally we need one  more," Mat Ken/.ie Mixire said.  Provincial funding is unavailable because,  according to llie lone counsellor/cixirdinator  Ron Girard. ihe organisation is perceived as  an intervention program thai deals with kids  already abusing chemical substances "If we  looked like we dealt with prevention (as with  a teen centre)," (iirard said, "funding might  Ik- available "  THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS  AT ANDYr  ��U PRICES  INCL. GSt  MONDAY  DINNER SPECIAL  $8 95  with appetizer I  a\       $10.95  aVKDNKSDAY  PRIME RIB  NIGHT  3-10pm  Till KsDAV  PASTA 10���� OFF  All entrees:  Substitute lasaqna  SINDAV  BUFFET BRUNCH  Adults $8.95 ��� Children $5.95  Seniors $8.00  11am -2:30om  t anDaV's |  mt.HWAY  III I    t.HISONS        *^ lit  llll   Illl'tlt   IM  Motorists in need of repairs found themselves facing a provincial  roadside vehicle inspection clieckstop in Gibsons Tuesday, Wilson Creek Wednesday, then Langdale ferry terminal Thursday.  Faulty vehicles were ticketed, tagged, towed; motorists warned to  repair defects. Commercial operators were checked fnr licensing,  mechanical and weight compliance. Joel Juhnsione photo  Forests:  new ideas  from page I  choice to accept or reject the  advice," observed Roberts  Creek resident Edmund Butler. "There's a general feeling  in this community that it's  time to try a different  approach."  David Greer, from the  ombudsman's olfice in Victoria, pointed oul lhat there  may not presently be any  process in place which would  provide a mechanism for a  body such as the Council lo  make legislative decisions.  But he said the new group  was being watched with  interest in Victoria and any  decisions or recommendations made by the Council  would undoubtedly affect  those with decision-making  power.  "Tbe real lesl is what Ihe  group comes up wilh. Trust  will build up," he observed.  "It (decision-making  power) is something we have  lo shoot for," said Barry  Janyk.  Gibsons bypass cuts rankle  by Charles Hart  It has been dubbed the highway to nowhere.  And nobody likes it, least of  all merchants who face potential  business losses if Iheir access  problems aren't sorted out.  Local government isn't sitting on the bad news either,  after learning last week that  Highways' ministry budget cms  have effectively hijacked construction of the Gibsons bypass.  Only phase one, running from  North Road at Stewart to a point  stopping short of Highway 101  at the ferry terminal, was  approved for completion in this  year's construction budget,  wilh phases Iwo and three, due  lo go tender litter this year, consigned to indefinite limbo.  "We really don't need a  highway leading nowhere," said  Gibsons mayor Eric Small in  response to the news. "Phase  one stops in the middle of  nowhere and that's just not  acceptable lo anybody."  Small said he has drafted a  letter to Highways Minister Art  Charbonneau "reminding him  that he gave us a commitment in  February that phase one would  not be isolated, that it would he  extended up to the ferry terminal." Small said even an unfinished, temporary road across  the short section to connect with  Highway 101 would be better  than nothing.  Sunshine Coasl Ml.A Gordon Wilson, who earlier this  year predicted the bypass would  fall victim lo NDP budget cuts,  said he will be Inking llie issue  up directly wilh llie minister.  Apart from Cliarbiiiineau's coin- I  niittnent lo town officials about  phase two, the lack of progress  on phase three is unacceptable  io merchants at the junction of  Pratt Road ami Highway loi,  Wilson said.  The MLA said lie has met  with business owners there "and  they're just fuming with what  they've been faced with." Witli  highways having acquired the  right-of-way fronting Pratt area  properties for construction of a  new intersection, lack of  progress on phase three of the  bypass leaves merchants with a  major access problem. "It's a  situation that makes it very, very  difficult for them to do business," Wilson said.  "My feeling is that the government has to fund the whole  project."  Project manager Lee Mnrtell  said the section leading from the  ferry was going to be built first,  but had lo lx- postponed because  of terminal expansion plans and  the uncertain realignment of  Quality Farms  Youi Year Round Garden ( entre  NOW OPEN  Fridays from 9 am - 8 pm  Time To Get Growing  . BEDDING  PLANTS  ' Perennials 4  ��� Fruit Trees  ��� Ornamentals  ��� Shrubs  Dog & Cat Food  Dry t Canned  ��� Science Diet  ��� IAMS ��� Techni-Cal  ��� Nutro Max ��� Purina  ��� Wayne ��� Many More  Small Animal Supplies  ��� Rabbit & Hamster Food  ��� Shavings ��� Kitty Litter  ��� Wild Bird Seed  ��� Pet Accessories  ��� 'Domestic Bird Seeds  Wi Buckerfield's  DEALER  Quality Farm & Garden Supply Ltd.  Pratt Rd., Gibsons 886-7527 i  Mon. - Thurs. & Sat. 9-5:30, Fri. 9 8  Sun. 10-4  Gas Charged Heavy Duty  Shocks  Fit Most American Cars  "Cas" REG 42.35 ea.  SPEC  Fit Most American Trucks  "Cas" REG 66.30 ea.   A a^TO  ea  SPEC  497  limit!!  Motorcraft  Oil Filter  Fit Most Fords - Chevs - & Dodge  CFL-1  Fl-10  11-12  3.50  Halogen  H6054 Beam  16.50.  Buy a Pair of  Wiper Blades  at Reg. Retail  Price and get  1-4 Litre Container  of Windshield Washer  Antifreeze for j / A��*|  Tune Up  4 cyl.  ^a\\\W **MaaW Labour only  6 cyl.  $6595  W*W Labour only  8 cyl.  $7095  a��     SaWm Labour only  Labour on  Fuel Filter  Extra on  E.F.I. Vehicles  6 cyl. Aerostar  Extra 1/2 Hour  Labour  Wharf Road, Sechelt ��� Parts 885-7211  Whart Rd., Sechelt   885-3281   van.raiavaaeoM-Mii     BBS-7211 (pans onoet Ptiww)    mdlmm Ccwst News, April 20, IM*��J  opinion  A glimmer of light  on the horizon?  We can be forgiven, surely, for clutching at a few  straws in the matter, unending seemingly, of Canada's  constitutional woes and the unhappiness of French Camilla.  The straws we clutch at have not been noted by watching our politicians at work. No, if it is hope and optimism  that you are after and the seasonal resurgence of the  human spirit, there is no point in looking to our elected  representatives for the tonic.  But a glimmer of light can be discerned on the horizon  nonetheless.  Rosemere is a suburb of Montreal just north of the  city. It has long been an officially bilingual administration, the infamous language laws notwithstanding.  Ltist week they held a referendum to see if it was to  continue bilingual and the referendum passed. An obviously relieved and happy French Canadian mayor was  interviewed on national radio and was asked about the  fact that his town and its vote seemed to fly in the face of  the tiniliugual temper of the times in Quebec.  "1 don't care," lie said, "that is a problem for the  bureau."  Now that is refreshing. A citizen of Quebec, French  speaking, who has a healthy sense of the distance between  himself and the province's bureaucrats.  The week's other straw worth grasping at was the Montreal Expos' home opener. We will not dwell on the ills  that have attended the baseball team anil its stadium lately. Suffice to say that the stadium in particular has been  the object of some very well-merited barbs indeed.  Last Monday the stadium was full with over 40,000  fans out to cheer their baseball team and one was moved  to speculate that perhaps French Canada was ready to  rejoin North America.  The worst of the isolationism may be over. These  straws may be leaning in a direction which will see this  haggling over the constitution resolved.  Then Canada can turn its attention outwards and have a  look at what is happening in the rest of the world. It is to  be wished.  A welcome addition  to life on the Coast  We made a recent visit to Victoria the occasion of a  trial run on the new fast ferry, the hovercraft which  speeds you from Vancouver harbour to Victoria harbour  in just two and a half hours.  Given the fact that the ferry was in collision with a  B.C. Ferries vessel in Active Pass in the first days of its  existence, it can be fairly said that it got off to a rocky  start.  We found the service not only fast but scenic, and the  routes sufficiently flexible that more than one path can be  chosen through the Gulf Islands. We, for instance, took an  entirely different path home from Victoria than taken to  the capital.  This choice of route is dependent on the weather. In  rough seas the tried and true is taken through Active Pass.  But on calm days, be ready for something different.  It is comfortable on board with movies shown for those  too jaded to be thrilled by the glories of west coast  scenery, and sandwiches and soft drinks are available to  the traveller.  All in all, a welcome addition to life on the Pacific  Coast.  IHSStL.WWrCMltlE  ^KHlwff.CIW^l2.  A WTOHTIC InW  CDtBnnnWHALWOfDSAL...  GOVUIHOMESLT THE  \  OFIHEREWRTONW  UTKTOJWML  fl��IK FRENCH..  M ON CHANNEL h A  PffiAN&ED PlN/K WmEfiANWiS,"  email-Am-  SPECRVt Of PREVUWS  VERSW v  Lflfc our as?..  aOEEK...WyiP  \��$ONtnjl��(i(NfFY!  YIP YIP  lettets  Surly tneanderings  lambasted  Mr. Smart Burnside's surly  meandering.* about the Healthy  Community Initiative in last  week's editorial column told tne  a great deal about him and almost  nothing about the initiative. At  the meeting he attended, I invited  him to partake in the process. He  declined on the grounds that he  wanled lo remain "objective."  The astonishingly inaccurate,  pessimistic, whiny, superficial  and generally untrue editorial  which came from his "objective"  view was unworthy of publication.  The pan of the editorial which  was true was lhat the people who  had participated in the meeting  had excellent ideas aboul what  would make this Coast a better  place to live. Everything they  said was of value, and carried  credibility. It is precisely an  underlying faith in the intrinsic  wisdom of the people of this  community that drives tlte  Healthy Communities Initiative.  People here do know what constitutes health, they do know where  the problems lie, and they do  have reasonable suggestions for  making the Sunshine Coast a  healthier community.  What Mr. Burnside failed to  mention (even though three  weeks ago your newspaper had  received a complete description  of the process and I had talked to  one of your editorial writers) was  that the community meetings are  one of many components in the  infonnation gathering. Individual  interviews, meetings with intact  groups, focus group meetings, a  community wide questionnaire.,  opportunities for individual submissions^ survey of the youth on  the Coast, and follow-up community meetings are also wither  underway or planned. We want to  involve as many people, and get  as many ideas as possible in this  process.  Il would seem to me that you  should balance editorial opinion  wilh factual information so thai  people have an opportunity to  rationally consider the pros and  cons of an issue. That step might  improve the intellectual health of  your newspaper.  NORMAN C.LEADOW  Healthy Communities  Coordinator  Professional  foresters important  It was refreshing to read Ray  Travers' incisive views on  forestry in his article "We don't  see Ihe forest for the trees" which  appeared in the Vancouver Sun.  Ray Travers is a registered pro  fessional forester and I believe  his views reflect the great change  in forestry that is taking place in  BC. This change is based on the  irresistible force of public opinion that no politician can safely  ignore.Travers' slati-nienl that we  must stop fighting the ecosystems  thai sustain us and that we need  to replace our present concepts of  integrated forest management  with the principles of quality forest management for all values has  the ring of truth.  Few can argue with his contention that the forest management principle must be, regardless of political pressure, first to  do what is right for the forest and  that we need to ecologically manage and develop sustainable uses  of forest for people.  For too many years the forest  industry and the environmentalists have faced each oilier like  two armed camps. The buttle cry  has been "give no quarter" and  "those lhat are not with us are  against us." The professional  forester, often an employee of the  forest industry or the provincial  forest service, has been caught up  letters welcome  We welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, clarity and legality. Please mail  your letters to:  The Editor  Sunshine Coast News  Box 68  Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0  in this battle. Ray Travers is one  of a growing number of professional foresters who seek an end  to the battle.  I believe he will In- joined by  more and more foresters in helping to put in place a forest policy  we can all support Thoughtful  men and women of goodwill  abound just as much in the forest  industry and in the ministry of  forests as in the camp of the environmentalists. The spirit of compromise is in Ihe air. While the  immediate future may be a time  of turmoil for the forest industry  or BC there is lighl al the end of  the tunnel.  BROCK II. HANSEN, KPF  Where is the  Canadian flag?  It is a sad day for all Canadians when Canada's 125th birthday flyer (which was delivered in  the mail) encouraging Canadians  to participate in celebrating and  being proud of our country, does  not show one Canadian flag.  Nowhere, not even in the photos  in its entire 16 pages.  ll looks like the Canadian red  maple leaf is an embarrassment  to the committee that put out this  flyer and they went out of their  way not lo show our flag.  Note that the new Canada's  125th logo is blue, purple and  red. Is this going to be our new  Canadian flag?  I am proud to lie a Canadian  hut I feel insulted by this publication.  HANSOUNPUU  Gibsons  Preamble to a baked potato on a ride on BC Ferries  There was a mackinaw and a cap on the familiar  figure sitting at the front of the ferry as we pulled  out of Langdale. The figure was reading a city  paper, or rather scowling at it, as I walked up and  sat down beside him.  "Hello there, Jake, what takes you to the city?"  The scowl on the familiar face was transferred  undiluted in my direction.  "Nothing but absolute necessity, 1 assure you,"  the old timer snapped, "and I have to tell you the  five minutes I have spent perusing tbe headlines  on this waste of a forest thai people in your industry refer to as a newspaper have persuaded me that  I should, were it possible, take some less mundane  transportation and leave the entire scene.  "Honest to God," said Jake, brandishing the  newspaper over his head in manifest disgust, "a  man has but to contemplate his fellows for five  minutes to realize that all of the great philosophies  and the great poetry and the great music was nothing more than a random accident amongst a billion  lesser possibilities all of which are realized daily."  A few timid heads were turned towards the irate  oldtimer but I grinned and settled comfortably by  his side. I never liked him better than when he had  got, as he might put it, his knickers in a twist. The  musings  ���^   John burnside  world, it seems to me, has far too high a proportion  of backslappers and cliche utterers and a conversation with Jake in high dudgeon was like a fresh sea  breeze blowing the smell of a pulp mill briskly  away.  "Ah Jake, you're a tonic, you really are. Some  days there seems to be nobody left alive that isn't  anxious to pretend that the systematic ineptitude  amongst which we live is in all regards normal. A  single blast of your indignation and I admit I feel a  little less lonely in the dark."  Jake didn't seem the least bit impressed with  either the sentiment or the compliment around it.  "If you find straight talking and straight thinking such an absolute marvel," he positively snarled  at me to the alarm of a dear old lady who had been  thinking about sitting near us and then thought better of it, "then you might be advised to do a little  more of it yourself. You are absolutely right that  the world has need of it and it seems to me that in  your line of work, answerable as far as 1 can tell to  none, you have as good an opportunity as any to  fly at it and you make precious little use of the  opportunity."  "Come now, Jake," I said as reasonably as I  could, "this is an old song. I will admit to being a  little shell-shocked by the bile and animosity that  one's friends and neighbours can dredge up to the  surface on almost any subject known to man or  woman.  I will also admit that sometimes I despair of  saying anything at all. I mean, it is simply true that  most people who see themselves as sane and rational seem only to have two functioning gears: apathy and hysteria and precious little use it is to say  anything about anything to anyone in either mode.  "But Lord knows, Jake, that doesn't mean I  haven't tried. Nor does it mean I still don't occasionally have a go. Nor does it mean I don't have a  fairly well developed sense of the absurd myself  and an awareness of its abundance around us dis  guised as normalcy. It just means that I seem to  lack your own absolute tirelessness in denunciation.  With that sudden sea change that made him  such an unpredictable and delightful companion,  Jake suddenly grinned from ear to ear.  "Just checking to see if you were still breathing," he said, "though I will admit that five minutes  of the day's news as seen through the eyes of a big  city newspaper is bad for my blood pressure.  "I will further admit that I hold no single man or  woman responsible for the mountains of accumulated and disconnected debris that is now passing  for the surface of our lives.  "Come on down with me to the cafeteria and I'll  treat you to a baked potato and a cup of tea and 1  will tell you while you try to eat and drink what I  think of doctors and hockey players who find  themselves deeply wounded at $360,000 per year; I  may offer a few observations on a society which  has its adolescents demanding condoms in school  as some kind of right.  "And," he said as we headed back to the cafeteria, "like the man in the shell hole in the First  World War cartoon said, if I knew of a better hole  I'd head for it'."  Editor  Rarporttrt  COAST^NEWS  Advertising  The Sunsnne Coast News is locally owned    Trie Sunshine Coast News is protected by Representatives  and published on the Sunshine Coast, B.C.  every .Monday by Glassford Press Ltd., Box  460. Gibsons, B.C., VON IVO, (604) 886-  2622, Fax (604) 666-7725. Sechelt Office,  Box 66. Sechelt. B C (604) 885-3030, Editorial (604) 885-3960. Fa* (604) 685-3954.  copyright and reproduction of any part of it by  any means s prohtttted unless permission m  writing is first secured from Glassford Press  Ltd.. holder of the copyright Sub-scription  rale: Canada -1 year 136 6 mo. $20. Fort*  egn $40. Second class mail Rag. No 4702  Pat Tripp  Charles Han  Stuart Burnside  Jane Seyd  Joel Johnstone  Jean Broccoli  Denise Sherman,  Bill Rogers,  Simone Cartysle-aSmtm  Bfiain McAndrew  Rich Rewling, Lionel  Trudel, Fran Burnside,  Beverley Shipley  Office Manager  Off let Staff  Contributing  Writers, Artist  A Photographers  AnneThomsen  Gibsons; Kim Cum*,  CorinaStaWs  John BumiUrt, S. Nuttr,  Rom NWolion. Pmr  TrcallW.ttoOlwCoopor.  B,vama*/Sh<5av,.nutn  HMMr, Lynn man,  Mvum Wilt, JaKHyn  Vincaant, Jiiyot Oi��y.  MliT)iia*��,H��r,Tur-a>i,  John Hanmr.  Jo-Anrat ShtMih  I  Vour community's  AWARD-WINNING  newspaper Coast News, April 20, 1*��*��2  :���  opinion  Reflections on staying cheerful  There can be no doubt about it By far the majority of stories that  come lo us daily via radio, TV and the press etnphasi/e happenings  about the globe that can lead to thoughts of doom and gloom. Somehow, however, as you walk about, you run into people who stay pretty well cheery  Obviously a large part of the world, if not actually shooting at each  oilier, is in a revolutionary mode, and armed and at the teady. Old  religions we had thought lo have settled peaceably side by side have  become inflamed again, and villages along various borders are being  massacred every week  Everyone on this side was understandably wreathed in smiles  when the USSR apparently dissolved, but all the day lo day news  after thai has been unmistakably ominous Breakaway Khazakslans  etc. own parts of the atom bomb arsenal, and while ihey haven't rattled tht'in yet, there they are and they are certainly quarreling among  themselves, al least.  And this whole vast part of the world, wilh which we share Ihe  longest frontier, has suffered an economic collapse and people are  lined up and starving, and this is sure nothing to grin about. The only  way out for a start, is through funds supplied from our own hanks and  this is nothing to grin about either.  Elsewhere we have this real heavy stuff about how our whole  North American community is being undermined, corrupted and otherwise put al naught through ihe taking hy large numbers of the citizenry of various pills, injections, alcohol even.  Keeping a brave, that is lo say cheery, face lo Ihe world day by day  could in fact, become a bit of a problem. You could turn to fiction,  turn on the television sel, but there would be these really lousy little  characters involved in some mafia epic.  Granted there might be a lot of laughter, hut it would Im- of llie  canned variety, the hollowest laughter of all. None of this can in fact,  really raise our spirits much.  Then, dear readers, we get into politics. Politics should Ire a lively  in a nutshell  s. nutter  enough arena wouldn't you think? Here We have ordinary people like  you or I, with perhaps some extra interest, who summon perhaps  some extra energy, and are prepared to stand as our representatives,  and debate for us, in parliament. There, surely, we have a sufficiently  dramatic situation and here our spirits might In- daily raised a bit, yes1'  Of course, the basically cheerful citizen looking for cheer, finds  little cheer here. The slories are not about what the representative  thinks, but about whether he smoked marijuana with a prostitute in  Ottawa at Ihe age of 20.  This kind of nonsense can provide a chuckle, but it does nothing tn  sustain a cheerful disposition. Quite the reverse Are we to just trash  our institutions, and our lives perhaps, away in this way'.'  Fortunately ihere is a great depth of cheerfulness; a great height  and width and girth of it, among us all Almost nothing can dint il  seriously. The blitz on London during the war made little effect  Fortunately, given a morning's news where the attorney-general is  being charged with sodomy, the receiver general with faking the  returns, Ihe minister of health with covering up on AIDS, the Bell  Telephone down 20 points, an additional cumulative lax on beer, a  loss by the Canucks lo Winnipeg - fortunately in fact, all these can  get put off there somewhere by a gwxl sunrise on the Sunshine Coast.  And all of us will go aboul quite cheerfully, looking as if we're not  blasted at all.  APEL ROOFING  Thinking about Re-roofing?  Yo��r home deserves  the extra protection  & beauty. Thanks ti  the wide variety of  colours & styles  available, you can  choose a special look  that's just right  CALL NOW FOB YOUR FREE ESTIMATE  Dennis Abel 885-2380      Ron Corman 885-6186  Some have tried but they're not Abel  letters  Drivers cautioned  about school buses  As the wife of a school bus  driver, I'm becoming increasingly alarmed of the stories he  brings home al night. It seems  some of llie drivers on the  Peninsula have little regard for  the "Flashing Red Lights" the  drivers put on when Ihey are  picking up and discharging students. Amber Flashing Lights  warn thai the bus is about to  stop.  This afternoon when letting  students (some quite young) off  in front of Big Mac's (approximately eight) there were a number of drivers who continued on  through the lights with no  thought of the safely of these  young people, even passing  other cars to speed lliem on their  way. The complete unconcern  of these sadly ignorant drivers  could inevitably lead to the  harm or possibly death of some  of these students.  PLEASE! try and get across  the danger they are pulling these  children in. The bus drivers  have their hands full with the  traffic and the normal noise of a  healthy load of kids, and they  would like lo see them remain  healthy!  ANN RENNIF.  Sechelt  Hearty thanks  for good campaign  The tally is complete and Unpeople of Ihe Sunshine Coast  are to be recognized for iheir  desire to overcome the number  one cause of death in Canada -  cardiovascular disease. The volunteers for Ihe Heart and Stroke  Foundation of British Columbia  and the Yukon are to be congratulated for collecting a total  of $.18,016 during this year's  February campaign. This is an  increase of $3,000 over last  year.  The Special Events aspect of  the campaign raised $3,777,  which includes almost $900  from the fitness extravaganza,  Heartquake. Sheila Young from  Sechelt brought up the total with  pledges from her fit followers of  $429.  The residential, business and  employee contributions gathered by Ihe many dedicated vol-  unteers will all go wilh the Special Events total to provide education and research resources to  fight Ihe disease that affects us  all one way or another. Thank  you everyone for making this  past February a heartwarming  one. n  MARY FINpLAY  1 Gibsons  A most welcome  transition addition  This is in response lo one  reader who objected to the transition house being established in  the area. It is difficult for some  SHOES  Br ^IBROOKS  Take a Walk With   THE BROOKS TREKKER ll  Introductory Price  of us lo understand why anyone  would object to an alcohol-free  institution on the Sunshine  Coast.  Is it because they are all men  or because they are alcohol-free  or because this would be one of  Ihe lew homes without alcohol -  therefore different''  My personal response to llie  transition house is "welcome to  the Sunshine Coast."  (.'WEN ROIIKRTSON  Cameron & Associates  C I. K I I I I !���: 1)   OBNBRAt.   ACCOUNTANT  Located in  The New Wilson  Creek Plaza  Suite #201  (above the restaurant)  Personal fit Corporate  Income Tax Preparation  Computerized Bookkeeping  Financial Statements  885-3511  Monday - Friday ��� 8:30 - 4:30  KEN'S  LUCKY  DOL.LAR  FOODS  SHOP AT KEN'S  in Lower (,'ibsons  and avoid the liuslle ,  and bustle or...  stop by our Sechelt location H\  ! Galiano Market |$  Look for the Red Awning  CHECK OUT OUR  rjj^jj^aj^iiji^jmjj  Galiano  Market  i  This Weeks Specials at Ken's ��� Apr. 21 - Apr, 27  Come in and see our many in-store features}  Clover Leaf Pacific  Pink  Salmon  213 g.  1  $469  Vegetable Cocktail  V-8  Ideal Breakfast Drink!!  I III-   1  $459  All Natural Potatne Chips  Kettle      _  Chips     <49  i50g     m  m  Oil  Paper  Towels QQ0  -��roll.  Senior's Day is Monday - Save 10%  Canada Grade "A" Heel  lloiio tn Cross  Rib Roasts  2  $099  Canada Grade "A" Beef  Hone in Chuck  Blade Steak  hi  1  $499  Produce Available at Ken's & Galiano  Mexican Grown Green  Peppers  59*  Sunklst Smalt  Oranges  49* Coast News. April JO. 1992  For Sale   �����   ���/������*�����*��������  Gibsons Hearing Centre  Purchaser must be WCB approved. Ideal  business for a person with first aid or medical  background. Work from your own home.  Owner will train - serious inquiries only.  Reply lo Box ��7 */��� ���   ��>"   V���    \\fam   ��  Gibsons, VUN IVO   g ���   f# ���    ��A ��   S> i  j  community  Earth Day activities abound  NutriBiotic  the simple .solution1"  Now available in  fl  SHOWER GEL &\*o-  BUBBLE BATH      N  VARIETY !  > FOODS  The HK.t.F.ST Link Stiari- in Cihwiiw Unilina- jjjWj  by fit RMfway  Things are rolling lor Earth  Da> '*>2' This year events will  Ik- happening Sunday, April 2d,  11 am to 6 pm at Cliff Gilker  Paik Of Count it'll he sunny!  We're hoping lor a giant crowd.  As parking is limited  (restricted to participants), we  ate asking the puhlic to park at  the Roberta Creek hall and walk  over, ride hikes, job or invent  any novel way lo arrive We'll  have prizes lor the most unit-iie  method of transport and also for  the longest distance covered by  a non inolori/ed vehicle!  The Gibsons Bus is gladlv  donating services for the day.  wilh runs front the  ferry    termiri  through Lower  Gibsons  ihe   par  TOWN OF GIBSONS  NOTICE OF REFERENDUM  PROPOSED SWIMMING POOL LOAN AUTHORI.ZATION  BYLAW NO. 641,1992  WHEREAS the cost ot constructing improvements to the swimming pool including expenses  incidental thereto is the sum of $430,000;  AND WHEREAS funds Irom the General Revenue Fund in the amount ol $45,000 and a grant  liom GO B C lor $80,000 will be used, the amount ol debt intended to be created by the Bylaw is  $305,000;  NOW THEREFORE the Council is empowered to borrow a sum not exceeding $305,000 to be  repaid over a term not exceeding live (5) years.  TAKE NOTICE THAT the above is a synopsis ol a proposed Bylaw on which the vote of the  electors of the Municipality will be taken at;  Advance Poll:  Municipal Hall. 474 South Fletcher Road. Gibsons, B.C., Friday, April 24th,  1992 Irom 8:00 am to 4:30 pm.  Regular Poll  The question on the ballot will be:  Marine Room, 464 South Fletcher Road (below Library), Gibsons, B.C..  Saturday. May 2nd, 1992 Irom 8:00 am to 8:00 pm.  "Are you in favour of the Council ol the Town of Gibsons adopting Swimming Pool Loan  Authorization Bylaw No 6241 to authorize borrowing upon the credit of the Municipality a sum not  exceeding three hundred and live thousand dollars ($305,000) for purposes of upgrading the  Gibsons Swimming Pool?"  Anne G. Pressley has been appointed Returning Officer lor the purpose ol taking and recording  the vote.  TAKE NOTICE THAT the full Bylaw may be inspected at the Municipal Hall, 474 South Fletcher  Road. Gibsons. B.C.. Irom 8:00 am lo 4:30 pm on April 21. 22, 23. 24, 27, 28, 29, 30 and May 1,  1992 and that the synopsis is not intended to be and is not be understood as an interpretation ol  the Bylaw.  The repayment of the proposed debt to be created by Swimming Pool Loan Authorization Bylaw  No 641. 1992 will be shared between the Town of Gibsons and Electoral Areas D. E and F. The  annual payment ol principal and interest lor the live (5) year term of the proposed debt is  estimated at $81,000. This will be shared between Gibsons and the Electoral areas based on  assessed values of property approximately as follows:  Annual Cost  $11,430  8.010  6.910  9.885  44.765  $81,000  Town ot Gibsons  Electoral Area O  Electoral Area E  Electoral Area F (Residential)  Electoral Area F (Industrial)  The estimated cost per annum lor a residenlial taxpayer in Gibsons for the five (5) year term ol  the debt will be less that $ 07 per thousand dollars ol assessed value of land and improvements.  For example a residential property assessed at $125,000 would pay $8.75 annually.  Dated at Gibsons. April 19th. 1992  Dan Legg. CGA. CLERK  The bus  schedule  lor the  day is at  the end  of this  article.  W    t  have  full day  e n t e r l a i n  incut lined  with the H  Grannies      kicking  things off, followed by Graham  Walker for    ���   ,.h1%^d8���, Come salute the planet **��������"  11 .jii   .tin. a groups are  Nexl will be  is not seen  i-  on this  ist Tables  ill lie rent  ed by the  RCC A  for   $5  each  W e  ire  expect  i    n    g  e v e r y  environ  n e n I a I  nip on the  il  to be  illt talili".  Information ami  news lo keep us all up lo date        I n I or in a I  performances by Denise Otsson,  John Marian, "Endangered  Species: and "Straight from the  Kitchen". Second Nature, from  Vancouver, will perforin from  4:30 pin lo ft pm. Somewhere in  there will Ik- folk dancing, helly  dancing and contest draws.  We have several eco friendly  vendor booths planned Nanci  Gaudry will have an organic  produce stand. The Wilderness  Committee will have their store  RCCA are arranging a Ilea market Terry Jacks' Video, "Faceless Ones: will be available for  viewing An array ranging from  candles lo recycled antique silk,  tapes to tarol readings lo T-  shirls will he available. We have  lu-ing set  up with guest speakers Claude  Boisvert will lead a talk on  "Developing Sustainable  Forestry on the Sunshine Coasl"  at 2 put Adriane Carr from  Western Canada Wilderness  Committee will speak briefly at  3:43 pm.  A raffle is underway to help  pay for (he PA system and other  costs. The raffle draws will  begin on the afternoon of the  26th at the sile. Prizes donated  include a "Paper Garden Box"  by "Papier Magiipie", two Ecu  baskets, one full of .SuperValu's  earth friendly products and one  from Ed Lands  Gibsons Building Supplies  helped too. Home Hardware has  donated a set of garden tools  And we have other prizes too1  Tickets are availahle al the Gib  sons Recycling IX-pl and all day  al Ihe park SCRAPS is sponsor  ing the event, so any extra  money will go to the organization  We are hoping to have some  ti a, nt at the sile, anyone Interested please call Pal at 8S6-8820,  It's an excellenl opportunity for  someone to make money We'd  like lo keep the food as organic  us possible We're also enciiiir  aging the public to drive call  liously along (he highway that  day and to Ik- es|iecially carelul  around the paik area  Okay, it mighl tain (a natural  event!) A sprinkle and we'll  stay in the park.  If il gets torrential we may  have to move into the Roberts  Creek hall for an "interesting"  disaster parly ll will be worth  coming out for, alter all, this is  our only planet and a little  weather won't keep us from  saluting it!  Gibsons Bus schedule for  free Earth Day transportation to  Cliff Gilker Park Sundav, April  2h, IW2:  To: Langdale Ferry - 10:10  am & 12:10 (norm); Lower Gibsons - 10:20 am & 12:20 pm;  Cliff Gilker Park - 10:43 am &  12:45 pm.  From: Cliff Gilker Park -  3:13 pm & 5:15 pm; to Langdale Ferry - 4:30 pm A 6:.1() pm.  For more information, contact  886-8820.  Gibsons bus survival celebrated  as members, supporters gather  After all the weeks of hard  work saving the Gibsons Bus,  members and supporters relaxed  in the Omega Saturday afternoon (April 11) to congratulate  themselves.  New and long-time bus supporters laughed and cheered  some pioneer tales of mechanical disasters and good Samaritan deeds from the bus's past.  Local mechanical genius and  bus founder with a hig heart, Ed  Hauka, was given a gambler's  EXPERIENCED  DEPENDABLE  ���  PROFESSIONAL DESIGN  & INSTALLATION  Residential  and Commercial Projects  Mickie Hale  886-8854  string tie decorated with a tiny  bus.  Again residents told the  familiar home-truths thai wilh  out a bus to conquer those hills,  Gihsons cannot lx- a single community for all its residents  President and chairman Tim  Turner outlined the society's  mandate, which is to maintain  and improve the existing service.  Turner congratulated all  members and supporters for a  job well done in saving the bus.  Diane Schafer reported the  members and supporters raised  $16,142 in three short weeks,  and the Gibsons council committed to a further $2,500.  Schafer reported riilership on  ihe bus is up over last year  Approximately one half of  the money raised was spent on  much needed maintenance anil  the installation of a new propane  system on the buses.  Turner and Schafer reported  the results of the recent meeting  with BC Transit which resulted  in BC Transit and the GBS  coordinating their separate services.  NOTICE OF POLL  TOWN OF GIBSONS  Public notice is given to the electors of the Town of Gibsons that a poll is necessary at the election now  pending, and that the persons nominated as candidates at the election, for whom votes will be  received, are:  Surname  Other  Names  Alderman  Term of  Office  Residential  Address  Occupation  Hume  Robert Edward  Alderman  Dec. 6,1993  426 Aldersprings Road  Consulting Engineer  Peterson  Joan Katharine  Alderman  Dec. 6,1993  868 Chamberlin Road  Realtor  Robertson  Viola Gwendolyn  Alderman  Dec. 6,1993  993 Fairview Road  Retired  Smith  John Taylor  Alderman  Dec. 6,1993  921 Gower Point Road  Retired (Counsellor)  The advance poll will be opened at the Council Chamber in the Municipal Hall at 474 South Fletcher  Road on Friday, April 24,1992, between the hours of 8:00 am and 4:30 pm.  The regular poll will be opened at the Marine Room (below the Public Library) at 464 South Fletcher  Road on Saturday, May 2,1992, between the hours of 8:00 am and 8:00 pm.  Dated at Gibsons, B.C. this 16th day of April, 1992.  Anne Pressley  Returning Officer  Pebbles Realty staff popped $4*0 worth of popcorn sales at the  Gihsons and District Chamber of Commerce 1992 Trade Show  April 12, donated to Diane Schafer lo benefit the Gihsons Bus.  Joel Johnsltme photo  -��l-*>*a-;  Double 'S' Cedar Homes  Prefabricated post & beam homes  standard or custom designed  send $4 for our catalogue  Double *S* .Prefab Homes (1979) Ltd.  14771-64 Ave. Surrey, B.C., V3S 1X6  604 594-1777  Residential - Vacation - Commercial C (Kist News, April 10, 1442  community  forge in gibsons  by Gwrft Cooper  Maple Park, down the YMCA Road in  Langdale, is a concern ol the pupils in Mrs.  Crosby's class and they intend to plant wild-  flower seeds to help make it lixik attractive.  Tlte pupils hope that this will tell |ieople this  is a park and not a waste dump  Many splendid prizes lor the Spring Garden rallle have been donated by merchants,  contractors and crafts people. Sludenis who  sell SI) or 30 tickets will receive coupons for  pizzas. Tickets at two dollars raise funds for  school field trips.  The intermediate classes held their Share  Fair last week to show the results of a  school initialed 'experts' program. In this  program sludenis selected their own field of  study and with parent co-operation developed iheir own projects. For example, the  politics of ihe Gulf War, drama and Shakespeare's Macbeth, and law enforcement.  This was an exercise in self-direction that  had a successful response.  Thank you  The Kiwanis Club thanks ihe ladies auxiliary of the Gihsons Legion for the catering  they did for ihe official opening of the Kiwanis Heritage Apartments on April 5. The  club is most grateful for Ihis pleasant contribution to the day's event.  Sailing along  The Sunshine Association for the Handicapped has established a mobile crew ready  for jobs in the community. The crew works  out of the achievement centre on Industrial  Way. The centre still operates as a shop, of  course, filling special orders that come in  from the community, but the association sees  as a prime objective the developing of jobs  in Ihe community for handicapped individuals.  Twenty persons attended the workshop on  February 20 to learn ahout planning for the  future of those in iheir families who are  mentally handicapped.  Duncan McEwen of PLAN conducted  this workshop that dealt with wills and estate  planning for parents of those who are mentally handicapped.  A special general meeting of the association to ratify the amended constitution and  bylaws will be held on Friday, May I in  Greenecourt at 7 pin.  SEQUOIA LANDSCAPING  Residential and Commercial  ��� New Lawn  ��� Ground Maintenance  Retaining Walls  Cedar Fencing  ray Deck and Gazebos  Pruning  LTD  PHONE  -72M  Complete Landscape and Garden Service  The '92 Elphinstone  graduating class is busy  selling one thousand tickets  for a GEO Metro L.Si  convertible to finance their  Dry After Grad party, June  22. For the party, students  are planning a four hour boat  cruise complete with music,  fun and games.  Joel Johnstone photo  SunCoast  Tech  Your Communication Company  SERVICE, SALES  INSTALLATIONS  ��� Cellular Phones  ��� Mobile Radios  ��� Satellite Systems  Call  Terry  885-5776  davis bay  by Jo-Anne Sheanh, 885-3629  Spring is here and now is the  little to clean up and clear out -  those oul-ol-slyle dollies, lhal  piece of furniture you know  you're never going to relinish  and those shoes you know in  your heart are never coming  back in style. Remember the  pointy-toed ones?  My mother-in-law used to  say Ihey were only good for  kicking the eyes out of snakes.  Yes, we have to lie ruthless. Do  we really think we'll ever get  into thai size 1(1 dress again  girls? And guys, will you really  wear that leisure suit one of  these days? 1 doubt it.  Spring rush  With the arrival of spring,  our social calendar is filling up  quickly with concerts, reunions,  workshops and special events. It  always brings the first ripple of  tourists to the Sunshine Coast, a  sure sign of what's to come  later.  We stock Ihe larder, air out  the spare room and prepare for  the onslaught. We count the cars  going by at ferry lime and  lament that surely, this weekend, the Peninsula will sink.  Here's lo the Costa del Sol!  Book sale proceeds  The volunteers of the  DB/WC library wish to thank all  those who so kindly supported  their book sale. The net proceeds, which amounted to $125  will lx- put towards the purchase  of library supplies.  Work party  On April 25, weather penttit-  ting, there is to be a work party  to clean up said park. Bushes to  he hacked down, papers to be  picked up, grounds lo lie raked.  All are welcome lo lend a hand -  moms, dads, kids, etc., no job  too small or too large for those  who are eager to help. The work  begins at 9 am and refreshments  will be served. We believe in  feeding our workers.  Margaret Huiiiin and Phil  Smallwood, co-ordinators of the  St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary  Bridge Club, would like to  lhank all those who participated  in the merry-go-round bridge  wind-down party.  This bridge club raises a  great deal of money every year  for the hospital, albeit, quietly.  Door prizes were won by Bert  Chatham, Viv Woodsworth and  llva Abel, with the bingo prize  going to Nora Bakken.  The gals would like to thank  the ladies of the Roberls Creek  Legion for lite use of iheir facilities, rent-free, for litis special  event.  See you in the fall.  Wayne's  GOOD  TIMES  areHJ-II^  is pleased to  announce the return of  CINDY SPENCE  Accepting appointments  now for all our professional  stylists:  Wayne, Ingrid, Janice, Laurel  WALK-INS WELCOME  Kem's Plaza ��� Hwy. 101 at School Rd.  Mon. - Sat. Gibsons ��� 886-2121  lum QUA  DIS  DISCOVER THWeOMFORT  DISCOVER THE DIFFERENCE  *��� "J? '*-**"  Rockporf  s         1 /     \  DISCOVM  THI  '.J t  'if ���'*,  -'* it  Wl! ALSO CARRY  CI.ASSIC DECK SHOES  \VOLVrRI\K  ^tf�� SWlJYc  ILBAY  MON-SAT 9:30-5:30  FRI 9:30-9:00  SUNDAY CLOSED  TRAIL AVE. & COWRIE ST., SECHELT885-2512 lo.ist News, April 20, 1992  15% off  ALL  MICROWAVES  25% off  ALL  PURSES  30%off  ALL  BIKES  1 5% Off  ALL LITTLE  TIKES0 TOYS  30% off  SELECTED  HAIR  ACCESSORIES  25% off  ALL  BAR-B-Qs  1 5% Off  ALL  CD PLAYERS  15%off  ALL MEN'S  & LADIES' JEANS  15% off  ALL LADIES  BLOUSES  Upto  60%off  SELECTED  RUBBERMAID  20%off  ALL SUMMER  FURNITURE  15% off  ALL  SHOES  GARDEN CENTRE SPECIALS  PEAT  MOSS  4 cu. ft. Bale  Reg. 9.99  Sale  750  GERANIUMS  990  15% off  ALL  WEEDEATERS  20% off  ALL  PEAT POTS  Black & Decker  HEDGE TRIMMERS  15% off  6-8-6  PLANT FOOD  15 kg.  Reg. 9.49  Sale "799  BEDDING  PLANTS  2/1  49  4" POT IVY,  GERANIUMS, &  FUSHIAS  Reg. 2.49  Sale 4 99  50% off  GREENHOUSE  AND MINI  STARTER KITS  15% off  ALL HOSES  & SPRINKLERS  ONE GALLON  WATERING  CAN  Reg. 3.99  Sale 999  4 PERENNIALS  990  15% off  ALL  LAWNMOWERS  SEED  POTATOES  Reg. 4.39  Sale 339  10" HANGING  PLANT POT  Reg. 3.59  Sale  200  15% off  ALL SHRUBS,  ROSES, HEDGES  Wooluvorth  STORE HOURS:  MON. - THURS: 9:30-6, FRI: 9:30-9,  SAT: 9:30-6, SUN:11-5  i ',  AaV �� '�� .'-.-����*�� V.W.*.�� W�� ��.������. kJkjakJavjJLUa^/.;,. J. a, V �� a. ��, I  . aa aa aa aa. i  a.k V*. aa^a, a, I, k�� a. % a.| w �� a, a, a t i   ^ h v  , a. a..\. v a.. ��.��.,�� t_��i . Ltidst News, April M, \Wl  community  robots creek  b����mrttyShiple,, 886-2215  Let's lie realistic. Must |ieuple are ignoring a very important anil bask |Hiini ami that  is Ihe real cause ul all the resulting environmental damage, I e. pollution, loss of wild  spaces, oione ilepletion, war, etc. is 'Over  Population' That's right - too many people  inhabit Planet Earth Remember the big  'over population' scare of the 60s ami 70s?  'There will be three billion people on the  planet' ��� big deal! Tixlay in April AD 1992 il  is a whopping 5.6 billion  And what is the largest populated country  in the world, China, doing about il? They're  having a record baby Ixxim in 1992 (lite year  of the monkey) because in their materialistic,  superstitions minds they believe it is a  'lucky' (good joss) year - as in lots of  motley  And how are we polluting right here on  the .Sunshine Coast'' Our community is so  paganly backwards that we now officially  Cannot swim in the so called pristine waters  of Qlbsons because we dump our excrement,  elc. into the liarlxmr And we cannot eat the  crabs, prawns and fish Irom Howe Sound  because our local 'employer' has dumped  toxic waste for so many unchecked years  into the salt chuck.  Overpopulation, along with the voracious  grab lor the almighty buck is destroying this  once green and glorious liny planet. Think  about it. How many items do you need?  How many vehicles do you need? How  much money do you need? How about cutting back. Make, grow and recycle your own  goods. Don't be taken in by TV adds and  consumerism. You really don't need all dial  stuff, or the newest items on the market.  Rut, cleaning up our act may be an overwhelming project. David Suzuki - 'Mr. Negative' on the subject of the environment is  very worried about the state of the earth for  his and other children. He says "We have to  make some major changes right away or our  children are going to pay an incredible  price." I hate to say it but I agree with him.  Bul if there is no hope - don't tell the kids.  Without hope, there is nothing.  RCCA Meeting  Don't forget to attend the Roberts Creek  Community Association meeting at 8 pm  Wednesday, April 22. Meetings are held  every fourth Wednesday of each month.  Memberships can he bought or renewed at  this time and Ihe new rate is $5 per year.  This slight increase is Ihe first since the  1940s.  Al Ihis month's meeting Norm Gleadow  will speak on healthy communities and  everyone is asked for their input. Also on the  agenda will be reports from the Save the  Hall Committee; the Ways and Means Committee; Elphinstone LRUP; the area director  and announcements such as plans lor Earth  Day  A reminder that these meetings provide  residents with access to local government  Fool referendum  Area D homeowners are eligible to vote  on the new Gibsons Paxil referendum coming  up quickly on May 2 The jkki! needs repairs  amounting lo $.100,000 and Ihis amount  breaks down to seven cents per $1000  assessed value of your home, or $7 per  $100,000 per year to be paid out in five  years.  As the whole Sunshine Coast uses the  Gibsons Pool, Gibsons residents and town  council are counting on everyone to contribute and vote 'yes' tor iiu- referendum.  Library news  New teleases on the shelves al the  Roberts Creek Library include lor Sara  Paretsky fans Burn Minks and Indemnity  Only; mystery pair Pirst Kill All Tin-  Lawyers and Then Hang All The Liats by  Alice Storey  If mysteries are not your thing why not  read Phil Reimer and lind oul the secrets to  predicting weather in his new release RC  Weather Rook Matia Von Comet's hook  Living With Teenagers an the Power Parenting Solution - Don't Say No, Jusl Lei Go is a  help for loday's parents Come and lake a  look - there's much more  The Roberts Creek Hall drew dozens of volunteers April 11 and  12 to help clean up for 1992. Trim inside and out was touched up,  the stage and washrooms and walls now have a fresh coat of  paint, and most if not all of Ihe various bits and pieces were put  toghether. Joel Johnstone photo  sechelt scenario  by Margaret Watt, 883-4406  I hope everyone had a nice Easter and that the Easier bunny was  good lo you. If you don't celebrate Easter, then I hope you enjoyed  the few days off. Now back lo work.  Forge executive  The Suncoast Writers' Forge held its election meeting lasl  Wednesday so now they have a new executive. They are Jan de Gras,  president; Pixie Daly, vice-president; Pal Orr, secretary; and Ruth  Forrester, treasurer. Congratulations and good luck in the coming  year.  The runaway success of the Forge's Our Sunshine Coast has  prompted the members to consider a sequel to thai book, to lx- called  Our Sunshine Coast Volume 2. In the meantime, a second printing of  the book is in the works.  Festival of the Written Arts  This coming August marks the 10th anniversary for the festival  and il promises lo lx- a humdinger of an event Brochures outlining  the event will be available in May If you want to gel on their mailing  list, just phone the olfice at K85-9631.  Hospital auxiliary merry-go-round bridge  A successful windup luncheon was held in the Roberts Creek  Legion with 15 tables playing. Champions of the year for Roberls  Creek were Aileen Pinkerton and Viv Wixxlsworth. Riiniiers-up were  Louise and Bill Davidson. The Sechelt champions of the year were  Vi Culling and Joan Waddell.  The co-ordinators of Ihe merry-go-round bridge, Margarel Hiimiit  and Phil Smallwood, thank the ladies auxiliary to Roberls Creek  Legion for the use of the facilities rem free Thanks also to the General Store in Gibsons for collecting the envelopes; to Sechell Hardware for supplying the plants; to Kay Metcalfe the 'balloon lady' and  'Daisy Man' Alf Lucas. Thanks lo Ihe assembly of gentlemen for  pulling the tables up and taking litem down so gallantly.  St. Hilda's Church  St. Hilda's Church Women will he holding their annual Whale of  a Sale Saturday, April 25 starting at 10 am. A plethora of items are  wailing lo be sold, ranging from plants to toys to life jackets. Everything you can think of, except clothing Come out to St, Hilda's Hall  and see for yourself.  Roberts Creek Ugf0|1  .Dinners are .Back!  B.B0RN,Do"B**fX0eS��"vRS%  STEAK  Meat Draw Saturday Nij>ht  iill committees  Caeneral Meetings  every 3rd Wednesday  Closed Sundays  F^ ��� -       Tua-vl.iv Nri-his       y"*a    ��� ���       Tlmrvtav  riir\Df\ dooiaopamJJO     I    F1H   MOnn  al"-"1 If-ajVJ Btnesal 715 V-*'1 ���*���***'   �����������  NiUlils  3064 Lower Road ��� 886-9984  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  Camp Run  CEDAR -FIR - HEMLOCK  886-7033  ALWEST  HOME  SPRING SALE SPECIALS  ���Alcan White Embossed Aluminum Soffit  55e sq. ft.  ���Alcan Renaissance Series Vinyl Siding  $121.50 box = 200 sq.ft.  ���Alcan Vinyl Siding Trims  5% Discount  CASH 8, CARRY PRICES  Prices In Effect To May 15,1992  VISIT OUR RETAIL SHOWROOM  Talk To Marrlanne  HOURS 8AM TO 5PM  FREE Installation Estimates  Professional Installers  Jim Bain 885-4572  Unit #7 5522 Wharf St. Sechelt, B.C.  Davis Bay hotel project developing  A deluxe hotel resort is in the  works for Davis Bay.  Dave Hayer, president of  Canadian Sunshine Coast  Hotels Development Ltd., said  in a press release the company  has completed the preliminary  phase of the project lo develop a  "world class" hotel complex  consisting of 56 rooms and  suites with a spectacular view, a  conference and business centre,  restaurant and health centre all  at the Davis Bay location,  The company will now be  proceeding to the development  phase of the project Construction costs are estimated to be  $5.3 million The targeted opening date is March 1994 and will  coincide with the opening ol the  Commonwealth Games in  August  The company thanked the  community for its overwhelming support and encouragement  for the project and is running a  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us  ysave your care* al liomr with us  Pel / Animal Can-  Mail Clearing and Forwarding  Indoor Plant and Yard Maintenance  Regular Home Check nr Uvein Strike  CALL .SHARON 885-2228  #  CtoiaM Haw - Wtdtk  laUmtiaad  BONDED LICENSED INSURED  BranchaaCoaatToCoait   'Name the Hotel' contest commencing immediately.  The  winning entry  will  receive a weekend stay for two  persons in the luxurious penthouse suite complete with a  full-course dinner on Saturday  night and a champagne breakfast Sunday morning.  Courses & Workshops  CAREER ASSESSMENT WORKSHOP  Wednesday, April 22 at I p.m. South Campus.  Please pre-register - no fee.  HTSS23311 FOODSAFE LEVEL I  We will be running another session of litis one-  day workshop on Thursday, May 28 from 9 a.in  - 5 p.m. South Campus.  Fee: $55  Instructor: Sally De La Rue Brown  CMI\S24911 DOS AUTO-EXEC. BAT  Postponed to Saturday, May 2. Some spaces still  available. 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. North Campus.  Fee: $55  Instructor: Charles Tremewen  ELDS2150I ELDER COLLEGE:  IKERANA  This beautiful and unique style of flower  arranging has become known as the Japanese  homemaker's tranquilizer. Learn to create the  four simple styles using a minimum of flowers  and foliage. Tuesday and Wednesday, May 19  and 20, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. North Campus, Room  110. Fee: $15  Instructor: Pete MacKay  Please note our hours for the remainder of  this year:  May 4 - June 12 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.  June 15-July 31 11a.m. -3 p.m.  August 4 - Dec. 11    9 a.m. - 7 p.m.  Please call our North Campus at 885-9310 to  pre-register for the above courses.  CAPILANO  COLLEGE 5627 Inlet Avenue ��� Sechelt ��� 885-9310  School District No. 46 (Sunshine Coast)  PROGRAMME CADRE  REGISTRATION  Parents interested in enrolling their  child(ren) in the elementary level  Programme Cadre are asked to  register at Sechelt Elementary  School during the week of April  27th to April 30th, 1992.  Citizens of Canada who are  residents of British Columbia and:  a) whose first language learned  and still understood is that of the  French linguistic minority in  British Columbia; or  b) who have received their  elementary school instruction in  French (not French Immersion  or its equivalent elsewhere); or  c) who have or have had any of  their children taking part in  Programme Cadre de Francais  in British Columbia, or a similar  program intended for  Francophones in any other  province  have the right to have all their  children take part in Programme  Cadre.  For further information please  contact:  John Nicholson, Principal  Sechelt Elementary School  Telephone: 885-2114  Les parents qui s'interessent a  inscrire leurs enfants au programme  cadre a I'Ecole Elementaire Sechelt  sont pries de se presenter a I'ecole  pendant la semaine du 27 au 30  avril, 1992.  Le parent dont I'enfant est  admissible au programme cadre  doit etre citoyen canadien qui habite  la Columbie Britannique et en plus:  a) avoit le francais comme langue  maternelle et le comprendre  toujours; ou  b) avoir recu I'instruction  elementaire en francais dans  un programme destine aux  francophones; ou  c) avoir d'autres enfants qui sont  ou etaient inscrits au  programme cadre en Columbie  Britannique ou a un  programme pareil destine aux  francophones dans une autre  province.  Si vous desirez des  renseigne-  ments   supplementaires,   veuillez I  contacter:  John Nicholson, Principal  Sechelt Elementary School  Telephone: 885-2114 10  Coast News, April 20, 1992  Retirement and Insurance Planning  ��� mm  PLuuunn  ��� lie & Disabilm  hMM  ��� Fniplmte Bt-m-fit  Mails  ��� Ltunixt- K  (Itumht-rs. ill  �� 8869111  ���Ml Ate  l-StKMmv.'t^l  \a%tiui tuiJ* a\r*ki  ��� *!>  ���>jjnhM< i.j��mc ai fuii> iV  fc  CHM1BERS  Vtmihi ihe Sunshine OoM Sum- I1"*..'  community  "Totally Tropical Plants"  "Top'N Trends Ladies Wear"  Have Teamed Up To Present An  OPEN HOUSE  Tu Displai\ ( Kir Produr, t*. \iul  Show Mow ()ur Programs Can  umtwmmti  Please Drop In  Sunday, April 26 10:00am - 4:00pm  To 6332 Bjorn Plate (of! Mason Rd   Sechelt  EVERYONE WEICOME Bring a Friend  looking & learning Are Free!!!   * #  The K.atiin; (.rjllns  performed al Sunshine CikisI  PMM iiii-flini; lucsdas night.  I In iirinirutl Kaging  (.raiins. Gent Madjit-ii. fraam  (.ahriola Island, talked about  her i in ni peace pilgrimage  through mid-cast and arrests  in Israel. Her walk there was  part of an humanitarian releif  effort designed In lake medical  supplies etc.. lo Iraq.  krtth Ihukell phevio  halfmoon bay happenings  \  Happy Holidays Motorhome  Rentals, Sales & Service Ltd.  New 9V Northern Lite  Full Size Fiberglass Camper  Shower Modei   New 10' Slumber Queen  Full Size Camper   $12,490  12,490  1991 WlnnpbaRO 20" Motorhorne  ROM) kin   ltl.900  i 'J8"* Sluinbi-t Queen 24' Deluxe Motorhome  Low km ,  11,900  ��� * New 5lh Wheels - 20' to 40' ** *  Phone 886-902J 0I SSiVH-lfll  by Ruth Forrtdw, 885-2411  Those o| us who knew Fred Julian >'l  Reddrooffs Raid were saddened lo hear of  liis passing Month*). April 13 at St Mars's  Hospital where he had been ill for some  time  Hied .ind his wilt-. Elsu- came trom Yorkshire in England and spent some years on the  Lower Mainland before nun ing to the Sun-  slum- Coast to lake up dutv al Merrs Island  lighthouse  Following retirement lhe\ moved to their  home on RrddroofTs where ihey made many  friends. The Julian garden was a source nf  joj in both Fted and Elsie and il will continue lo give pleasure to those who Ine close  b)  Fred is survived bv one brother, Duke,  who still resides in England, but who was  visiting with Fred for the pasl monlh io be  w nh linn al the end  Duke had much praise tor the man)  neighbours and Iriends who cared lor Fled,  and special appreciation to the doctors and  statf ol St  Man's lor their care and ailen-  tion  A memorial servue was held last Thurs  da) al Devlin Funeial Home  Tin- lightli-iiiM-  While on the subject of Merry Island  lighthouse, there are special thanks Irom the  couple who won the receni Hallmoon Bay  school raffle prize of an afternoon it the  lighthouse.  Mr  and Mrs   Ed Tjensvold were the  lucky winners, who thoroughly enjoyed ilii-u  msii and the hospitality extended to them  (able programs  Watch nut for a program on Coast Cable  Vision Channel 11 on April 24 when a pro  giain on a drug lice society will be aired  The pupils al Halfmoon Bay schixil are cur-  renll) preparing songs lor the show The taping took place iin April 15  Then on May 5 sludenis will go to West  Sechell lo lake pari in a Wilderness Survival  Program sponsored by Search and Rescue  BC a reminder to parents ol registration for  lirsl year, hall day primary (former!) known  imsmssiM^wiTmnE  Sat May 2nd  For Children Under 12 Yrs  y, Thrifty's  HELP THE  Donations    886-2488 or Box 598  Baha'i jfe  Faith 7jV  Till? Balll.ll U'aH WllgS s|K'.lk  not only to lllf S|)ili| of  man, bul the heart...  For Information  Call: 886-2078  or 885-7259  op quality  computer output.  Now available on the Coast.  You can get the very best in output from your  desktop computer By using our new Linotronic 200  Imagesetter and Howtek Sc.inma.ster II technology.  The Linotronic 200 will provide amazing  typesetting quality output of text or illustration  from your Macintosh or IBM/PC. This will  make all your final work look the very best it  possibly can.  Our Scanmaster 11 can provide B&W or colour  scans in either continuous tone or bitmap  configurations. With our scanning capabilities the  sky is the limit as far as your creative horizons are  concerned.  Take advantage of our state-of-the-art computer  hardware for all your quality output needs.  You can't beat the convenience or our superb  service. For details and further information  please call 886-2622 and ask for Roger.  GLASSFORD  PRESS  DESIGN STUDIOS  CHRISTIAN LIFE ASSEMBLY  (Formerly (.la/aa PentecostalOrurchl  School toxLoppcrstoR-C MP  SumH.iv S( IiooI  Morning Worship  Sunday Evening Service  Phone: Church I lime  Pastoi Kay Austin  Youth Paslor I Munis  <i '-, .im  11 imi am  7(Klpui  HHfi-niir  886-484*1  886-3499  All Are Welcome  Affiliated with tin- Pentecostal  Assem/i/fes ul < ,ln,ul,l  THE UNITED CHURCH OF  CANADA  Sunday WonWp Service  GtbsofH  Glassford Road II 15 am  Sunday School IhlSam  Si. Inhn'i  Davis fl,iv Road and  SmiplimKo.nl 9 Warn  Sunday School imam  Reverend ll,  Church I.-l.-[jl..  n Raima*)  in.- inn,-' 111  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  SOCIETY  in Gieenei oui! Hall  Medusa St., Sechell  Sunday Services 11:00;  A Warm Invitation To All  Tin inhumation please call  nflWSIlhijrflflS.lMlH  ROMAN CATHOLIC  CHURCH  Mas. Schedule  Saturday  , flfn Si Mary s. Cihson*  Sunday  ; ,,m (mr Ia.lv <il Lourdes  ; ,,,��� rl'.l, fdniily. Sea Ml  IP arn SI Mary '., Chsnns  I onlfiaioni  SedttH  1 st Is ml S.il 4 'HI - 'I HI |im  Gilasoit*  2l��l I, 'll. Sal ���! I'l- HWpm  rdeptaone niiS-lSid  ST BARTHOLOMEW'S  ANGLICAN CHURCH  Havy 101 ,n North K.l HHi��.r4Hi  Seninft Gihsons & Roberts (.reeA  Worship aV Bible Study  Weclnesilay 1(1:111 am  Parish Family Eucharist  Sundav 111 ill am  The Res   Esil.ei North, Rectoi  &  as Itindergirten) due lo take place from  Monday, April 27 through Thursday April  30  Mall rentals  Mans plume- calls are received hy yours  truly requesting inlormation about renting  Welcome Heath Hall and Coopers Green  Hill Please take note that for Coopers  (irc-c-n Hall, the number to call is 885-2261,  vsliich is ihe SCRD office. They will give  sou all the details For Welcome Beach Hall,  call either 885 4590 or 885-3305. Zoning  meeting  It was interesting to see a full house at  Coopers Green Hall last Tuesday when a  public hearing was held regarding Ihe proposed re-zoning for an area planned for  development Letters were read from citi-  *c-iis who were against the proposal and several residents stood up and spoke both for  and against.  Dinner dance  If sou plan to attend the .Spring Dinner  Dance ul Welcome Beach Hall April 25, you  may still have time to make yout reserva-  Brownies  brush  up on  science  Among the exciting events  for the Girl Guides on the Sunshine Coast was a recent trip by  the Brownies to the Science  Centre in Vancouver.  This outing involved learning to travel on public transportation, a sleep-over at the  Science Centre wilh a jam-  packed program of events on  Friday evening, including the  Omnimax Theatre and a camp-  Fire and nightwalk.  On April 4. 125 girls and  adults travelled by bus to Celebration Day at Argyle School  on the North Shore for a rally  of 1,600 people from Pember-  ton, Squamish, North and West  Vancouver and the Sunshine  Coast. This was an occasion to  celebrate Canada's 125th birthday complete with birthday  cake.  Districts were responsible  for choosing a country representative of our immigrants and  providing a display of games,  crafts and food on an Expo  theme.  A rainy day causing a shift  form outdoors to an indoor  location did not dampen the  spirits of the Sunshine Coast  contingent whose happy faces  were evident on the ferry ride  home  If you are interested in being  part of ihis world-wide organization for girls and women, call  886-8699 or 886-7415.  ANGLICAN  CHURCH  OF CANADA  St. Hilda's, Sechell  fhlill am ��� 9:30 am  SI. Andrew's, Pender Harbour  ! I JO am  We I,lend a Warm Welcome lo All  88S-5I111  Pes  lune Maffin ��� Rev. Dan Gifiord  GIBSONS COMMUNITY  FELLOWSHIP  We/comes You To loin t/s in  Sunday Worship  Children's 1'n.niess  I'layei  Morning Worship Service  IlilKlam  10-30 am  10:45 am  599 Cower Point Rnad  B��ar7049  Pastoi Monty MacLean  C:"^ North  ir J Oaks  767 North Rd.  Gibsons, B.C.  26 Adult Oriented  Single Level  Townhomes  Phase 3&4  Now Selling!  ror More Information  fleast Call:  Twin Oaks  Development Corp.  886-4680  ...flL*. ��J-- .����� *,*-*# *  '  ', ^.A->J-��ft_*!LA..fr.^^.,.*��.aaU^.*.*   **.' Coast News, April 2��, l***)2  II  community  Opening Early May  harbour watch  byJacalyn tincent, 183-2(40  The third annual Kuh Kar Rally was  recently held jg Sechell. Tlie Pender Harbour  Cubs did extremely well with John Miinro  placing first; Ash Murray, second; John  Gibbson, third; Morgan Ingebrigtsen, fifth  and Kyle Bruce capturing sixth, out of  approximately 45 entries The Cubs would  like lo lhank Mr. Dave Gibbson and the  counter attack students from Pender Harbour  high schixil Cars one, two and three will Ingoing to Vancouver to compete in the Vancouver Coast Region Rally in Richmond on  April 22 Congratulations to everyone who  Competed and a special good luck lo those  going to town  Biirnini* permits  It's lhat time of year again when bunting  permits are needed Permits are required  from April 15 lo October 15 and may Ik- pur-  golden lifelines  chased from either the Oak Tree Market or  John Henry's store in Garden Bay. Please  lake caution when doing any burning around  your home.  Want to join a boat club?  Whether you're a sailboard enthusiast,  canoer, sailing buff or a |x>wer boat whiz,  here's a club for you. If you would like lo  help start it, lhat is. Here's a chance to have  a lot of fun, young or old, to view options,  receive knowledge and get acquainted wilh  waler lovers. Here are just a few names to  contact: Zorro Sziiliados at 88.1-2679; Dave  White at 88.f-2IO.i; Peter Benjarield at 88.1-  1108; or Tom Barker at 883-2689.  Health Centre expansion opens  Everyone has noticed the completion of  the expansion of our local clinic and how  greal it looks. On April 26 you will have the  chance to view the inside of the new wings.  The official ribbon cutting will begin at 2  pm A special thanks lo all those who donated blood, sweat and tears!  Chamber of Commerce meeting  The Pender Harlmur and Egmonl Chamber of Commerce dixirs are always open for  business owners II you would like lo attend  Iheir next meeting it will Ik- held al 7*30 pm  on April 27 in the legion hall.  As the tide changes  Thanks to all the Lions for the donation  towards the Beaver unilorms  Weather buffs - dew on the grass al night  or early morning is a sign of lair weather It  forms only when the air is dry and the skies  are clear  Congratulations to the Pender Harbour  ladies who successfully passed the long term  care aid course held in Sechelt  Until next week - Ik- g(xxl to yourself  by Joyce 0stry  April showers are here lo prove that spring is here. II I needed  more proof I have it as the duck and two drakes have reappeared for  the fourth year in a row. They live in our front yard, our little creek  and at the seniors housing across the street. 'She' has had two drakes  with her each year. I don't know what duck customs are so I'm not  the one to judge her moral or loose, in her ways.  In marching order she is in front and the drakes Hank her and a little to her rear. She does walk with a grand wiggle. Taipan and Boots  (cats) have come to terms wilh Iheir presence and lay in their yards  attack-style just to keep up appearances. The ducks find plenty to eat  from yards and houses and seem inflappable.  National Pensioners  egmont news  Stan Johnson is now seeing to the subscription of the National  Pensioners and Senior Citizens Federation. The cost is three dollars  per year. He can Ik- reached al 885-2.102. For years, Adele de Lang  has gladly Fulfilled this task and the seniors want her lo know how  much Ihey have appreciated Ihis. When I think of Adele, il is always  with the thought of what a wonderful parliamentarian she is.  Senior painters  The seniors painling group will be having a showing al the hall on  Mermaid, Wednesday, April 29 from 2 pm to 4 pm. For information  phone Tillie White al 885 2720or Martha Griffith at 885-9997.  Craft fair  Mark your calendar on June 27 That's so you won't forget the  Craft Fair to be held at the hall on Mermaid. This gives potential  craflers lime lo gel it together in time for Ihe fair. To reserve tables  byLynnMees, 883-1188  Listening to the gentle rain fall outside on  a balmy April evening, thinking about the  busy weekend ahead, and how much fun it's  going to Ik-, rain or shine.  We hope to be starting a new tradition  this Thuisday. There will he two trees planted on the Egmont school grounds in memory  of Dolly Wallace and Vi Bernlzen. The trees  are a flowering cherry and plum. They will  add lo the beauty of Egmonl as did our  friends lhat passed along.  Heard that one of our young folks managed lo sneak in a trip to Europe before  breaking his ankle.  Got to take it easy, Chris and I hope it  doesn't set you back too much. One-legged  volleyball anyone'.'  Heard in the wind thai the Pender Harbour lire department wants lo come up lo  Egmont for the afternoon io show us all the  new technology in firefighting techniques  and rescue operations. The Egmont Lions  have helped lo raise money for some of their  tools.  While we're on the topic, don't forget  folks, lhal you now need a license to burn.  Get 'em from Denzo at the Oak Tree Market  and don't lie about the size of the pile!  Well, Ihe apple pie just came out of the  oven and I'm gonna sit hack and eat a couple of slices. See you next week.  Notice Board  Deadline for siihniissicins is Wednesday nixili (for Mnnilay ilistrihiitinii)  On-going siihliiissiniis will be clelelccl aftei .1 weeks unless a specific icnewal request is made.  We reserve the right in edit submissions for brevity  All submissions should icfei In non-profit events of genuine community interest  TUESDAY. APRIL 21  Sunshine Coast Recycling and Processing  Society (SCRAPS) Annual Meeting 7:30pm at  Kinsman Hall Dougal Park, Lower Gibsons. J.  Gurney will speak on re-cycling and solid waste  management. Election ol president/directors lor  1992-1993.  Friends of Schizophrenics 'Caring & Sharing"  meeiing at Sechelt Mental Health Center. Bring  Mug. 11:00am.-1:00pm.  Sunshine Coast Business and Professional  Womens Club Dinner Meeting at 5:45 at  Rockwood. Guest Speaker. Everyone welcome.  For inio call 885-9812 or 886-7751.  WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22  Roberts Creek Community Association AGM  Election ol officers. Doctor Norm Gleadow will  attend to speak abouth "Healthy Communities'  at RC Hall. 8:00pm.  MONDAY, APRIL 27  Canadian Cancer Society Sunshine Coast  Unit, regular monthjly meeting, Regional Board  Ollice, Royal Terrace. Sechelt. Pubic welcomed.  The Canadian Federation of University  Women on Ihe Sunshine Coasl April Meeting  11:30am, SI. John's Church, Davis Bay. For into  885-9569.  FRIDAY, MAY 1  Public Forum - Midwifery in the 90s 'Caring  lor the lamily" 7:30pm at Coast Garabaldi  Heallh Center Soulh Fletcher Rd.. Gibsons. For  more inio call Michelle 886-8196.  Sunshine Association for the Handicapped  Special General Meeiing lo ratify revised  constitution bylaws. 7:00pm at Greencourt Hall,  Sechell. For details W. Judd 886-2034 or B.  Smith 885-9367.  SUNDAY. MAY 3  3rd Annual Klet Fly Davis Bay Beach, 12:00  noon 'till high lide, come & fly your kile. Meet &  watch some ol Vancouver's besl flyersl  FRIDAY, MAY 24  Coffee House Inner Ear Studios on 749 Leek  Road in Roberts Creek. Live music and  munchies. Everyone welcome. Music starts  around 8:30pm. Call 886-9747 for more info.  MISCELLANEOUS  Volunteer canvassers are urgently needed in  Ihe Roberls Creek area for Ihe Canadian  Cancer Society during Ihe monlh of april. if you  are interested, have a few hours to spare over  the next lour weeks, then please katharine  Irueman 885-2282. lhank you.  75 Year Renunlon former students and staff  Boston Bar/North Bend School May 22,-24,  1992 in Boston Bar, BC. Contact the school at  867-9222. Foi infotmation.  Chatelech Secondary School Seeking  donated books. Please drop off at Shadow Box  Gallery.  To put your craft fair or cultural event on Ihe  Community Calendar at the Arts Centre,  phone 885-5412, Fridays.  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum's will be open  six days a week until further notice. Located al  716 Winn Road across liom Post Olfice,  wheelchair accessible. Info 886-8232  Totem Lodge - Everyday is visiting day at  Totem Lodge. Visit Ihe pioneeis ol your community.  The Parent Tot Drop In program at the following locations: Gibsons: Mon. Wed. Fri in United  Church Hall Sechelt: Mon. at SI Hilda's Church  Hall. Davis Bay: Tuesdays in Wilson Creek Com  Hall. Thursdays at St. Andrews Anglican Chuich  Pender Harbour 9:30 - 11:00 am Usual Time:  9:30 to 11:30 at most locations Fee: $3.00 per  parent and child. Family rate $5.00  Folk Dancing at Roberts Creek School,  Community Use Room. Every Tues 7:00 - 9:00  pm. Fee $3.00 Drop in, everyone welcome.  Epilepsy - Do you have or know someone who  does? Find out what the doctors are not telling  you. If interested maybe start a support group,  call 885-6126  The Inter-Active Video Business Disc  Program is now available at the Sunshine  Coast Business Development Centre, H205-  5710 Teredo Square, Info 885-1959. The user  lee is only $10.00 for three 3 hour sessions  .Support 1st Sunshine Coast Gibsons Scouts  "Trees for Canada" 500 trees will be planted on  May 2nd. Please pledge now.  MONDAYS  St. Hilda's A St. Andrew's Youth Group every  Monday night. All young people welcome. Call  885-6036, for more info.  Gibsons Pensioners Branch #38 Scottish  Country Dancing al Harmony Hall at 8:00 pm.  Information 886-3043.  Sunshine Coast Breast Feeding Support  Group. Informal drop-in meetings on the first  Monday of each month. Luinda, 886-4502 or  Wendy. 885-2950.  Seniors' Branch 69, Carpet Bowling, Mondays  1:30 pm. Exercise with Joan Frembd Mons. 8.  Thursdays-11-12.  Overeaters Anonymous 7:30 pm. Holy Family  Church Hall., Sechelt. Phone 885-2108 or 886-  4781 for details.  Adult Children of Alcoholics or  Dyslunctlonal Families meet at St. Mary's  Chuich Hall in Gibsons, 7:30 - 9.  Sunshine Coast Breakaway Parents Meeting  for parents concerned about their children's  drug & alcohol use. 807 Kiwanis Way, Gibsons.  7:30 pm. For inio call 886-2423.  TUESDAYS  Life Drawing 10:00-12:30pm. Draw from the  figure in the company of other artists. Bring your  own materials and $3 to cover costs. The Art  Centre.  First Tuesday of every month, local art rental at  sales at Sunshine Coast Art Centre. Open 2-  6pm. Coffee served. Original works by Sunshine  Coast artists for sale or rent; any donations of  unused frames gratefully accepted. 885-5412.  Gibsons Table Tennis Club plays evety  Tuesday, 7 - 10 p.m. Elphinstone Secondary  School Cafeteria. For mote inlormation, call Jim  at 886-2775.  WEDNESDAYS  Badminton every Wednesday evening. 8-10  p.m. at Elphinstone High School Gym.  Admission: $3.00. Drop in.  Sunshine Coast Toastmasters meeting every  Wednesday at 7:30 pm al Chatelech High  School, Room 112, Info 885-3206. Guests welcome  Find Milton's "Paradise Lost" with Jan de  Bruyn at Eldercollege. $15 lor 6 Wed. alternoon,  beginning April 1. Pre-registralion a musl. Call  Julie at Capilano College, 885-9310. Also watch  lor Ikebana in May.  Gibsons Pensioners Organization Branch  #38 Carpet Bowling at Harmony Hall every Wed  at 1:00 pm. Inio 886-2073.  THURSDAYS  Birth Control Clinic al Coast Garibaldi Health  Unit. 494 S. Fletcher Gibsons Thuisday from 7  to 9 pm. Everyone welcome, no appointment  necessary. 885-7770.  3C's Weight Loss Support Group meets every  Thursday afternoon t2:45-2:30pm. ot the Uniled  Church, Glassford Rd.. Gibsons. Info: 886-7159.  Seniors' Branch 69. Exercise with Joan  Frembd Mondays & Thursdays 11-12.  Adult Children of Alcoholics or  Dysfunctional Families meel al the Aclion  Centre in Sechell, 7:30 - 9.  FRIDAYS  United Church Thrift Shop in basemenl ol  church off Truman Rd., open Fridays, I lo 3 pm.  Square Dancing - plus level 8:00 pm. Seniors'  Hall, Sechelt. Beginners classes start Sept.  Register now. Inio 885-9680 oi 885-9500  Gibsons Old Age Pensioners Oig Branch #38  Tia Chi loi seniors al Harmony Hall every Friday  at 1:30 pm. Info 886-9619  SUNDAYS  The Sunshine Coast Stamp Club meet 7:30  pm 1st and 3rd Sunday at Sechell Library.  Phone 885-3381 or 885-7088. Open lor all  Paint And Wallpaper  At Vancouver Prices  Pender Harbour & District  Health Centre Society  ( an<li.ills invites Mm in oui ullii i.d "|>. nitig ul die  completed Health Centre expatuiutt  Sunday, April 26th, 1992  2.00pm In 4:00pm  ,u ilrt- Health Centre - 506Q Frant is Peninsula Kn.nl  Madeira Park, l><  I'lr.isr join us foi the ullii ial ribbon < tilting.  Kiln sliini ins win lie served  We hink forward to seeing you then.  PENDER HARBOUR  'Kenmar  'Draperies  &  NEEOLFf RAH SUPPLIES  3113*2274  '4tffJ BUILDING  SUPPLIES  IIOMl liar  III II DIM,  CIMR1  KSl'Hil  HARBOUR  BOAT TOPS  883-2929  Tops, Turps ti Covers  Upholstery fi Hepoirs  NEED  THIS  SPACE?  CALL DENISE AT  885-3930  ,.;.'   MARINA  PHARMACY  H83-2888  lofin 'Matty's  MARINA  TOTAL SHOPPING  7 DAYS A WEEK  All Chevron Products  883-2253   TAFFY'S  Family Clothing Store  & Lotto Centre  ICX.OFF FOR ALL SENIORS  Miulcini Park Centre  MADEIRA  MARINA  883-2266  RECREATION  Pender Harbour  Golf Course  Visitors Welcome  1/2 M. North of Oak-den Bay Rd.,  Hwy 101 883-9541  Pender  Harbour  Legion  Branch 112  Members & Guests  Alway s Welcome  Telephone 883-9632  i'�� < H.rtH.ur, IK      881-2650  r IVT BAIT ��� TA( Kl t SIKH'  I'llNVFNIFNI I SKIUF  Pender Harbour's ONLY  Full Line Sporting Goods Store  Francis Penensula Place  Corner of Sunshine Coasl Hsvy. &  Francis Peninsula Rd. 883-2763  CONTRACTING  MOBILE HOMES  NEW AND USED  INSTANT HOUSING  883-9338 OR 580-4321  CALL COLLECT  NEED  THIS  SPACE?  CALL DENISE AT  885-3930  Madeira Park Fun House  Fun fur I ht-whole "mulls.  7 DAYS A WEEK  ROOFING  kISs  dale  Tar & Gravel, Shakes. Shingles,  Metal Roofs, Torch On, Durolda  883-9303  1183-9880  HAIRDRESSERS  w matrix  Miss Snniu's  hair xonigiK  88327 IS  SERVICES  Peninsula Power  & Cable Ltd.  High and low voltage power lines  Outdoor Sub-Stations  883-2218  Ceil. 7111  Ray Hansen Trucking  &Cantr*acting  Gnavei, Clearing  Septic Systems  S83-9S8S  DINING  Hugh W. Jones  LAWYER  883-9525  NEED  THIS  SPACE?  CALL DENISE AT  885-3930  ** Puts .   UTaalDrlrniil 1l.aa.ia  CLEW-UP BRIGADE  .VfPut yukkies in their place!  Pud   Waiartrnm R���,tai��ant ��� Montana  Alt. i.H.tara . Fiahlnu Cltaitaia ��� Hi** Ran.ala  Pub Restaurant  883-2674 883-9919  Pender Harbour  Realty  883-9525  IAX- 88W524  mm Coast News. April 20, 1992  Spring  Savings  Check our flower  department for in-store  specials on fresh flowers  and arrangements  Groceries  Cream Soda. Lime, Grape or  Orange  Crush  2 1 ...rt^.aaypu save 2.01       ���  Hire's Root Beer or Schweppes ^^^ ^^^  Ginger Ale    QQ  2 1 you save 2.01       m^aW^aaW  Soft Drinks - reg or diet  7up or      I  Pepsi  2 1 you save 1.31 I   Nabob deluxe ^f_  Tea Bags     3,88  120s you save 1.05 ^^  Paramount - flaked ^_   ^^  Light Tlina    CQ  184 0 vnn save  71 m %a*^ *aMWW  "J68  184 g you save .71  Minute Maid  Orange  Punch  1 1 you save .77  Tartan - dry  Dog  Food  8 kg you save 3.11  ���Gold Roast - cannister  Instant  Coffee  200 g you save 1.07  Savarin  Ground  Coffee  227 g you save .41  .78  488  258  .98  Breakfast Cereal  Nuts About Raisins  400 g you save 1.17  Breakfast Cereal  Golden Grahams  500 g you save 1.27  Breakfast Cereal - Crispy  Wheats W Raisins  500 g you save 1.37  Honeynut  Cheerios  525 g you save 1.21  Robin Hood   Chocolate Chip  Brownie Mix  450 g you save .57  Robin Hood  Nanaimo tors  760 g you save 1.07  Fortune - Mandarin  Oranges  284 ml you save .64  Dole  Fruit Cocktail  398 ml you save .87  Catelli - spaghetti or  Macaroni  900 g you save 1.01  K.B. - creamed or  Liquid Honey  1 kg you save 1.11  Dole  Pineapple Juice  6x170 ml you save 1.01  Karlspring - natural  Mineral Water  300 ml you save .21  Cousin Willie's - microwave  298 g you save .61  aLooney Tunes  Fruit Drinks  3x250 ml you save .41  Roger's - wholewheat or  Unbleached Flour  10 kg you save 2.11  Delsey  .Bathroom Tissue  4 roll pkg you save .81  Minute Rice  Creations  140 g you save .67  2*��  358  258  358  *|68  328  .58  .88  118  288  218  .38  178  .98  588  118  128  Country Harvest  Crackers  250 g you save .67  Kraft  Orange Juice  909 ml you save 1.01  McVitie's  Digestives  500 g you save 1.01  Rocky Mountain - mini  Rice Cakes  100 g you save 1.01  Sylvania - prlcemark  Light Bulbs  2s you save .61  Grissol  Melba Toast  200 g you save .57  Milko - powdered  Skim Milk  1 kg you save 1.47  Primo - hearts  Artichokes  398 ml you save 1.81  Glad  Garbage Bags  3x10s you save 3.17  Palmolive  Bar .Soaps  2x130 g you save .67  Bakery  -|98  -J 48  278  .98  .78  J68  568  ���|38  448  168  Bread -  Pumpernickel 449  454g  *****  Apple Pie     JJ25  8"   Thimble  Cookies.  ���pkg of 18  Bran Muffins  pkg of 6   Vanilla slices  4 for   Soya  Bread  .454 g  299  269  299  1*43  >._Oi,.t.,iV EhJSuA..X..>W-# Coasl News, April 20, 1-W2  13  "Your Family Food Store"  Serving the Community Since 1950  Trail Bay Mall. Sechelt 885-2025  Meat 885-9812       Bakery 885-98f-'3  Save-A-Tape  For a limited time, you can save cash register tapes for yourself. Any tapes dated  between March l. 1992 and Dec 1, 1992 can be exchanged at our sen-ice counter for  a gift certificate, redeemable at any one of the following Trail Bay Mall stores:  Bobbie's Shoes, Ralsten Zales. Books and Stuff. C.oddard's, Nova Jewellery,  Headquarters, I'pstairs & Downstairs Shoppe, Sew Easy or Sole Feetures.  You will receive one $1(1 gilt certificate for each $500 in tapes. Your certificates can  be redeemed for goods or services, any time prior to Dec 24, 1992. Spend them as  you get them or save them up!  Nutritional  Tours  If you haven't been on one of our  nutritional lours yet, and you would  like to attend, please contact our  service counter at 885-2025  You can't buy Nabob in the US. - it's only available  in Ginada. That's why...  TheBuck  StopsHere!  Buy 3, Save s3  On four 300g packs of Nabob Tradition coffee,��i,(,/a1fuP.������.  To iht Retailer: We wiii teimbu'se the lacs valus oi ihis cuupon plus 4r specified handling  lee when redeemed by out customer aq.iuisl (tie purchase of Ihe pit/1 's specified Apph  cation tor redemption on any olher basis consHules Iraud For tedaPlion mail lo Herbert  A WatlsLld Box21*10 Toronlo OnlainuMEiW IH1 ktotal opposite/ on coupon debtl slip  Stote coupon ��'��.U' i  Limit: one coupon per purchase. Otter qpires Apnl 26, 1992 .  Known by the beans we choose.  These are just a few of the more than 350 specials you'll find in storejfor you.  Prices effective Monday April 20 ��� Sunday, April 26, 1992  Dairy  Armstrong - Monterey  Cheese    AQ>/0Off  Random Cuts....  .  .   | LO. i   3VB8 I.IOV     '     "  Cortina - big block  Cheddar  Cheese    aq>/0 off  Random Cuts... W^kW  Betterbuy    /  Margarine fiO  454 g print- you save .31 iOO  Becel - all types  .Soft Margarine 4 4g  454 g / you save .51 I  Bari - chefese  Moaarella g% yg  454g.....|. you save 1.41        mm  Foremost  Buttermilk qa  11 1 you save .26 .90  Produce  California  Head  Lettuce  New Zealand  Gala  Apples  2.18 kg   California - Bulk  Carrots 63 kg  Florida - Indian River  Red Grapefruit  Lighthouse - any variety  Dressing   .49  **���     ���*��� ^mw ea  .99  .29  .33  1"  lb  ea  Meat  Utility Grade - Fresh  Whole  Frying ^  Chicken      QQ  3 per bag 2.18 kg   ��� **** ^"^ lb  Canada Gr. A Beef  Top Sirloin  ^_  Steak 3s9  Family Pack 7.25 kg lb  Canada Gr. A Beef  Inside  Round _    _-  Roast 349  7.69 kg  :&" lb  Fresh .Rib or Tenderloin End  Pork Loin      _ ^  Chops l 98  Family Pack 4.37 kg lb  Medium  Ground  Beef "198/  4.37 kg  ���������  Fresh - Family Pack  Veal Cutlets. 14.3 i kg OT n>  Brother's - Beer- Ham Sausage or  Garlic Rings  500 g  ��������"'    ra  Schneider's  Kent .Bacon  500 g  J"~��a  Schneider's  .Shepherd's Pie  175 g  *Sr*n#ea  Schneider's - 4 varieties m 70  Quiche  /���      ea  Grimm's - Bulk L-149  Pepperoni 7.69 kg M#      lb  Grimm's - Bulk - European      / 049  Weiners 7.69 kg       / w     lb  Kohler's - Bavaria/  Meat Loaf  sliced y00g  Kohler's - Monp--  Corned I  sliced /.lOOg  Seafood  Fresh - Bfhe piece  4.39 kg  esh - whole  .9.90 kg  -J99  449  lb  lb  le  Salmon    OB9  Aa,     1    1  I1-.C ��  T7 Iral a^W  Av. 1-2 lbs 6.37 kg  Dutch Bov - 4 varieties  .Pickled Herring  250gjar   lb  359  o^rT J*^' 0*^ tj^ (Tmm' o^T" q*^ a*^ (j***  In Oui Dairy Dep't this coupon is worth  4O0offf  Any 4 litre package of Foremost or Dairyland Milk  Thank you for Shopping at Shop Easy, %ef, Dairy Manager  Coupon Savings!  Limit 2 per coupon ��� Oder expires April 26th, 1992   .'  a-JXai  Wall  Any Deli Item  Limit one per customer    '  Offer Expires April 26,1992. (. U.IM  M'lls,   -\|>lll Jll,   l-OJ  ti  \  Sechelt Legion  Branch 140  I anion-;  BBQ STEAK  V     SUPPER  i Starts again  ^ffvfridau, April 24  '   D      6-8pm  Vice $0 75 im.1 taui  DANCING 9pm - lam  leisure  Savouring a lifetime ofpipering  Alex Buchanan steps down after 11 years at the helm of  the Sechelt Legion Pipes and Drums  ���       -v'  SPRING  DANCE  I iMllililli',  i  Pipe Major  A.). Buctanan  Musk U LOCAL RAFFIC  & lilt SFtHELTPPE BAND  .it the Sechell u-Kiu H.1II  Saturday  APRII il-8:00 PM  III 1,1 ISAT:  SaiYWaiid Honks l('iilisons)  II,,1'. in I ici'k Slim- ��� Sri'  phone BRO-2844  Sponsored By  The Sechelt Legbn  Pipes & Drums  Legion  by Clurits Hart  "Take .i dec** l>ti-.iili, a real  liinejiill. ilii-n lilnu unh all win  inielii "  A potbetk bonk, .is ol i tab)  lluck] nil in Ilk- distance, mills  front tin- >.h.iiiia.-i ni iln- Scottish  bagpipe* and i creeping dini  iii-ss cumi's nn as DXygen ills  wives from the brain  "Nnw ir> it while marching"  Nni brood) likel)  Ali'\.iiiilii Buchanan gives  an     understanding    shine.  A native ol Ren  frew,       Scotland,  Buchanan wai Pipe  Maim with the Sechell  Legion   Pi pet   ami  Dunns Im tin- pasl 11  yearn nnd lias seen  more beginners than  In- can's in recall,  ahaiiilnii the pipes in  despair,  "It's a Im nl work  in play the bagpipes;   it's a lull)!, uphill  climb," says tin- man variously  called Alec, Ian. John ot Ilex by  his friends. "But then once you  gel there, tln-rt-'s nothing else,"  In- adds in a brogue thai seems  nut tn haw softened a wit after  21) years in Canada "You can  Feel the band when Ihe streets  arc lined with people," he says.  "It's just a tremendous feeling."  The huge effort creates a  strong commitment Irom play  crs who iln develop tlu- skill tn  play in a band. "So unci- you've  ant someone, you've sot them  forever," Buchanan says. "Once  'Calling tbe  tunes, calling the  shots ��� it's  very lime  consuming'  ���Alt'xtiiirk'i'  llm hiiimii  anon cJ\as,tau%ant�� i  in GIBSONS PAK PLAZA HWY. 10!  Come & Join Gs ?or Lebanese Cuisine  ..  Open  7 days a week  10 am-11 pm.  s  FEATURES  incl'e  Chicken, Bef, Lamb  & Vegetaria dishes,  Shishkebabs.-alafals,  Cappuccino, Espreso & Desserts.  Everything  we make  la made with  LOVE!  Fast Friendly Service. Friday Atmosphere  entering for Parties and Weddings ��� Et in or Take-Out   886-3572  you'ie ill then- anil piping, il  gels in you hi,nul "  The jigs, reels, strathspeys,  ni.iiiliing tunes ami laments lli.n  aie staple pipe band tare are  deepl) embedded in Buchanan  l.iniih ttaihtitin His father, him  sell llie sun nl a pi|H't, was l'i|K'  MaJM wilh llie Mist class Ren  frew Pipe Band Inr '7 years  "I useil in gn in the Highland  (i.nut's wilh him in Dunoon,"  Buchanan recalls ul his earl)     days in competition,  travelling ocross the  I'u lh ul Clyde in pail  die  steamers   "Tu  have a set ol pipes  then was something."  Mute than ISO bands  hum around Scotland  would congregate in  fiercely competitive  atmosphere Buchanan  equates to soccet ilivi  siun rivalries  Buchanan    Intel      luineil his skills al llie  College "I Piping ill  Glasgow, attending n summer  schixil anil spending must ill his  time matching ami playing llm  he hail quit playing during the  lime leading up In emigration tn  Canada In 1970.  About a year alter moving 10  Giliuns, where he took a job as a  maintenance millwright al Putt  Mellon, the Sechell pipe band  started up in 1472 ".Somehow, I  just got around lo joining theni."  he says vaguely, remembering  more the delight when he  bought a set of bagpipes, which  can cost upwards of $I,(KX), for  $5(1.  Alter nine years in llie band,  Buchanan became Pipe Major in  IMKl, a job lie says involves  patience, nrganizatinn, tact and  leadership. "He's the guy who  leads the thing, that's the key.  Calling the tunes, culling the  shots - It's very lime consuming.  Meanwhile, they've got lo  respect you:so they'll lake your  coiiiiiiaiiiT"  While it's often a delicate  Mivander Buchanan marches wilh his sun Craig in tow during u  file plinin  His whole attitude seems to  einhtxly Ihe pride, tradition, loyally and friendship that form the  taw material from which pipe  hands are molded, Like many  pipe hands, the Sechell contingent, which has maintained  about 20 members over the  years, gruiinis new generations  of pipers and drummers from  among family.  legion event lust year,  manoeuvre in switch Pipe  Major, Buchanan says it was  time. "I did it for llie benefit of  the hand. Aller a while, your  itleas gel kind nf stale Anil il's  a welcome break from the strain  of it all...  "Im very proud thai I was llie  Pipe Major fur lhat length of  time. It was a great honour." An  honour which will he celebrated  lit a feature dance in the Sechell  Legion on Wednesday, April 2��  - a show nf appreciation fur ihe  steadfast Scut's years of dedication.  0  %  Off  "AT HOME" SALE OF  LYALL NANSON  WATERCOLORS  APRIL 13-27  * Phone first for viewing 886-3416  EXOTIC DANCERS ��� EXOTIC  !  FRIDAY GIVEAWAY  At The Pen Pub  <7*e��  am  I  Remote Control VCR  or  5 CD Carousel Player  Every Friday ��� 8:30 pm  Details At The Pub     No Purchase Necessary  'We became known  at one time as tbe  band with till the  kids in it'  -Alexander Buchanan  "We became known at one  lime its Ihe band with all the  kids in it," says Buchanan, who  taught his own son In play  beginning when Craig was eight  or nine years old.  So the tradition continues in  the blood. Buchanan says one of  his greatetl piping memories is  nf his fallt-r, who was visiting  form .Scotland at the time, joining the Sethelt Pipe Band for  the Duncan Talon in 1982. "He  was 72 at tie lime and enjoyed  it sn much," marching nliout fur  hours and liViwing up a storm  on the bngpi|vs.  Despite his age, "He was  saying, coming back on the  ferry, lhal he ould do it all over  again." It's an enthusiasm and  energy lhal Buchanan still  savours with a mixture of  amazement aid pride. "Thai  was just treiii-nilniis at that  time."  Remember We Have:  Daily Specials, Large Screen T.V.  Continuous Luncheon Shows  Entertainment 12 noon ��� 10:30 pm  4  The Pen Pub  at the Peninsula Motor Inn Brings You  MORE! MORE! MORE!  Highway 101, Gibsons  Gibsons Legion  Branch #109  *******  the p%  duoRokminof  fcrtunfary  F3W  iy Afternoons  _^a.      Wednesday Eveninqs  f* CRIB  \pv'       Saturdays  MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME  886-2411  SdSONVa 0I1OX3 ��� Sd33N\  NEWS TIPS  CALL  885493(1 Coast News, April 20, 1992  15  leisure  Wilson Gallery  features local work  The Wilson Creek Gallery, located in Ihe Wilsun Creek Plaza  (4336 Sunshine Coast Highway), is exhibiting recent works in water-  colour by local artists Peter Ochs and Britton Francis from April 10  to May 31.  Peter Ochs, along wilh his agent/wile Mar Lavasseur (khs, has  made Gihsoas his home base when not travelling ahrnail tur exhibitions. There will be a concurrent exhibition nl Ochs' wurk at Ihe  Hobi Gallery, Istanbul, Turkey opening May 21  Says Ochs: "...Since coming lo the Sunshine Cuasl only a few  years ago I have found my spirit rejuvenated, my soul inspired and  my artist's eye pleased by what I see Through my aquarelles, 1 Iry to  tell my audience a secret A secret aboul how powerful the colours of  the landscape really are. And in telling lhat secret I believe the mystery and joy that I feel aboul this place is one I can share. "  Britton Francis lives in Halftnunn Bay with his wife. Heather, and  children. He is a member of the Federation of Canadian Arlists and  has received numerous awards for his works in walercnlotir.  Donna Balma puts the final touches to her art -one of 21 figure  drawings on display al the arts centre. The show, called Vital  Signs, runs from April 15 to May 2 Joel Johnstone photo  Music society honours  Coast's young talent  Shari Ulrich Bill Henderson Roy Forbes  \HC0HCtW  f��STIVAL PAVILION AT ROCKWOOD C���NTR���  SATURDAX APRIL 25,1992 7 PM  M)   Tickets $10.<�� ,-)t, Talewrnd Books or  trie Festival office in Rockwood Centre  phone 8B5-9631    fax BB5-9637  Visa and Mastercard accepted  Sunshine Coasl Music Festival Society chairman Barb Cat-  lanach welcomed an audience of  approximately 500 to Chatelech  Secondary School gym for the  19th annual 'Honours and Highlights' concert last Friday (April  10).  ,   \ i  During ihe evening the following gave performances and  as the 'Adjudicator Chosen  Best' in their classes received  the following trophies:  Mark Andrews - Jessie Morrison's Classical Piano Trophy;  Patricia Stuart's Baroque Piano  Trophy; Aletla Gilker's Highest  Mark in Piano Trophy and Miss  Sunny's Hair Boutique Top Performance in Intermediate Piano.  Heather Passmore - Canfor's  Silver Challenge Trophy awarded for outstanding talent in two  or more Piano Classes.  Jennifer Passmore - Sue Winters' Bartok Piano Trophy; Miss  Sunny's Hair Boutique Top Performance in Junior Level Piano.  Zoe Hudson - Mary Brooke  Canadian Composers Trophy.  Nicholas Lavertu - Joan and  Bursary  applications  invited  ,       The Sunshine Coasl University Women's Club is granting  its third annual bursary. A $500  grant will be awarded to a  mature female resident of the  !   '  Sunshine Coasl who is entering  I ���"   or returning lo a degree granting  ����j   institution.The recipient must  ���J    carry at least a 50 per cent load  ** ���   of credits during Ihe year.  The deadline for applications  is May 15, 19��2. For information phone Joyce , 885-5854,  Mary, 885-9589 or Virginia ,  ; 886-2605.  Challenge Yourself  at the B.C. Festival ol the Arts  Vernon, May 27-31  Graham Edney's Competitor's  Choice Popular Piano Trophy.  Margaret Fryer - Arlys  Peter's Folk Songs Piano Trophy.  Heather and Jennifer Pass-  more (tied) - Hilda Minion's  Competitors Choice Classical  Piano Trophy; Aletla Gilker's  Piano Duet Trophy.  Mark Andrews and Jennifer  Passmore (tied) - Betty Allen's  Romantic Piano Trophy.  Zoe Hudson and Michelle  Nelson (tied) - Super Value's  Twentieth Century Piano Trophy.  Jade Christian - Roberts  Creek Legion Woodwind Trophy.  Selena Roberts - Shop Easy's  Vocal Cup.  Klisala Harrison - Pender  Harbour Music School's Instrumental Strings Trophy.  Trevor Williams - Pender  Harbour Music School's Instrumental Brass Trophy.  Laara Dalen - Sunshine Coat  Music Festival's Classical Guitar Trophy.  * now renting #  Super Nintendo  JRVal: -H-f-fc  ���The Last Boy Scout  ���Black Robe  ���Shout  ���The Last Prostute  ���Ricochet  ���101 Dalmations  COMMING SOON  ���Little Man Tate  ���People Under The Staira  ���McBain  ���Free Jack  ���The Commitments  ���Into The Sun  PAST PICS  ���Oscar  ���Waiting For The Light  ���Mllo A Otis  ���Darkman  ���Flatllnners  ���Deaparate Hours  VIDEO ETC.  SUNNYCREST MALL 886-8312  Ll  CongratiilntlOTU to the -tetegates Irom  the Sunshine Coast Juried Ail Show  who are advancing lo the B.C.  Festival ol the Aits. Also, lhanks lo  the many ��mmitted volunteeis in Ihe  community lor their haid work and  dedication to the arls.  Supported hy the Provkice ot British  Columtila through the B.C. Lottery Fund.  RAVEN'S CRY  THEATRE SOCIETY  for the performing arts  Sunshine (bast ArtsGbuncil  presents  Lyn Vernon  IN CONCERT  Sunday, April 26  TICKETS: $15.00  For your convenience you now can purchase  tickets at Reflections in Madeira Park ��� 883 2545  and Sayward Books in Gibsons-886 3626  Call box office for information: 885 4673  -1  '"?    ��� timet f w af\  NEW?i  On Ihe Coast  Baby  Bride or bride to be  Have we visited YOU yet?  We have Gifts to welcome you.  CALL  US!  Helen Milburn        886-8676      Huth Bulpit 885-5847  Nan Nanson 886-3416     Rosemarie Cook 885-5821  Dining guiDE  YOUR GUIDE TO THE FINEST IN AREA DINING  A LISTING OF RESTAURANTS AND PUBS  FEATURE RESTAURANT OF THE WEEK  trtfP*,  When you walk in the doors at Andy's, you will be greeted by a stall not only  friendly and efficient, but genuinely happy to see you. Add to this the comfort  and ambience ol Ihe tasteful decor, and you have a winning combination lhal  guarantees a most relaxing and enjoyable atmosphere for your dining  pleasure.  Andy's versatile menu features carelully prepared Italian, Greek, Chinese,  French, Thai and traditional Canadian dishes. Daily luncheon and dinner  specials are offered, wilh Prime Rib and "all the trimmings" being  Wednesday's specialty. And be sure to sample Andy's Sundav brunch from  11 am-2:30 pm.  Andy's is a fully licensed restaurant and offers complete banquet fatalities tor  your very special occasions.  Located on Hwy. 101, Andy's is open Tuesday through Saturday from 11 am  -10 pm, Sundays Irom 11 am ��� 9 pm.  FAMILY DINING  Andy's Restaurant ��� Lunch and dinner  special every day, Every Wednesday  night is prime Rib Night. House specialties include veal dishes, steaks, seafood,  pasta, pizza. Thai lood and lots of NEW  dishes. Don't miss Andy's great Brunch  Buffet every .Sunday from 11 am - 2:30  pm. Hwy 10 lr Gibsons, 886-3188, Open  .Sunday arid-Monday II am-*J pm,  Tuesday - Saturday 11 am -10 pm.  The Boat House - Just a ferry tide away in  beautiful Horseshoe Bay, offering daily  choices of fresh and tla-.li frozen seafood  from llW West, East ami Gulf Coasts as well  is a variety of miter specialties. Join ils after  5 pm lor dinner or fot our spectacular  Sunday Bninch, served between 10:30 am  and 2 pin. Friendly service in a relaxed  atmosphere and fabulous meals are just  some of the reasons you'll keep coming  back. If you have an important rendezvous  or a ferry lo catch, please let us know and  we'll malic (ho necessary accommodations  For reservations call 921-8188. All major  credit cards accepted.  Cate Pierrot - Comfortable atmosphere  with want), helpful staff. Homemade pas-  las, quiches ami daily specials are all pre-  I tared with llie freshest ingredients - both  lealtliful ami delicious. Our whole wheat  bread and scrumptious desserts are baited  iresh dally, on llie premises. Outside dining, lake out orders for ihe hcach and cap-  piii'ino are available. The Coasts a  bistro...as unique as the Coast itself.  Monday to .Saturday, 9 am - 5 pm Closed  Sunday. Teredo Square, Sechell. Phone  ahead for your lunch! 88.1-9962..  Dar Lebanon Restaurant ��� NOW OPEN  in (iibsous Park Plaza, Hwy. 101. Lunch  and Dinner features include Chicken,  Beef, Lamb and Vegetarian dishes,  Shishkebahs, Falafals, Cappuccino,  Espresso and Desserts. Open 7 days a  week, 10 am ��� 11 pm. Eai in or take-out.  Carering for parties and weddings. 886-  3572. Everything we make is made with  love!  Haid-A-Way Restaurant - Bring the  whole family and join as for great dining  .it the Haid-A-Way Restaurant in Gibsons  Moloi Inn on Hwy 101 at Park Rd. Our  friendly, helpful staff ami warm, pleasant  atmosphere will add to your enjoyment of  our excellent breakfast, lunch and dinner  menu, which includes a children's section We're open Mon ��� Thurs 3:30 am to  8 pm, Fri ��� Sar .1:30-9 pin ans Sunday  530 am ��� 8 pin Our Sunday buffet (II  am - 2 mn) features a scrumptious salad  bar, with a large selection ol hot and cold  dishes and desserts Eat to yout heart's  content. Reservations 886-4501 55 seats  plus hanquci toom  The Omega Pizza, Steak and Lobster  House - With a jn-itei i view ol GtbffifU  Marina, ami a good nine almos|>here, the  Omega is a people-watchers paradise  You'll often see Bruno (ierussi, former  star ot the Beachcombers, dining heic  Menu includes pizza, pasta, steaks and  seafood, Steaks and seafood are their specialties. Banquet facilities available Very  special children's menu Reservations recommended. Located in Gibsons Harliour  at 281 Gower Point Rd. 886-2268. Open  fot lunch Mon. - Fri., 11:30 - 2:30, dinner  daily 4 - 9 pm, Fri. A Sat., 'til 10 pm  Village Restaurant - cozy family style  cafe with an extensive menu featuring  special pasta dishes, steak and seafood  dinners. Come in and check out our daily  lunch anil dinner specials or have breakfast anytime. Saturdays are Prime Rib  nights, Fully licenced. Open 7 days a  week, Mun. - Thun;., 7 am to 8 pm; Fri.,  Sat, & Sun., 7 am to 9 pm. 5665 Cowrie  Street, Sechelt. 885-9811. Visa A  Mastercard accepted.  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Creek House - Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated yet  casual atmosphere. We serve rack of  lamb, duck, crab, clams, scallops, steaks,  also daily specials. Reservations recommended. Rolvrts Creek Road and Bc.ich  Avenue - 885-9321. Open 6 pm. Closed  Mondays & Tuesdays. Visa &  Mastercard. 40 seats.  New China Kitchen - NOW OPEN in  THE GIBSONS PARK PLAZA, 1100  HWY. 101. Come enjoy our Gourmet  Chinese Buffet featuring over 16 hot dishes plus salad bar ft dessert. Also featuring  two full service menus including  Canadian Cuisine. Lunch or Dinner.  Licensed premises, dining facilities tor  meetings, banquets and parties. Hmirs:  Sunday - Thursday 11:30 am - 10 pm.  Friday A Saturday. 11:30 am - II.30pm,  lunch buffet 11:30 am - 2:30 pm, dinner  huffel 4:30 pm - 8:30 pm. For reservations call 886-3028. Visa/Mastercard  accepted.  The Wharf - Open for breakfast, lunch  and dinner seven days a week.  Breathtaking ocean view and sunsets  from every table. Continental cuisine and  seafood at its hesi Sunday Bninch from 8  am - 2 pm. Fully licenced and air  conditio ned. Dinner rcservaiions recommended. Hwy. 101, Davis Bay. 885-7283.  Backeddy Pub - Enjoy the natural beauty  of Jervis Inlet while tasting one of our  many homestyle specialties in the puh; or  (he casual surroundings of our family  restaurant. Our "Skookum Burger" is a  challenge to the biggest appetite.  Backeddy Puh - located 1/2 mile north of  Egmonl on Maple Road.  Cedars Neighbourhood Pub - Great  food every day all day. Appetizers and  full menu along with terrific daily specials, available 'til 9 pm every night  We're known for our great atmosphere  and good times. Sun. ��� Thurs. open 'til  midnight, Fri. ft Sat. open 'til I am. Visa,  Mastercard and reservations accepted.  886-8171.  Irvine's Landing Pub ��� Dinner menu  offers a variety of appetizers and entrees  featuring local produce and fresh seafood  in a relaxed setting wilh ocean view.  Average dinner for two. $30. We're now  open 7 days a week I l-l I with our  kitchen open from 11-10. Pender  Harbour, 883-1145, Mastercard & Visa.  Fully licenced.  FINE DINING  Blue Heron Inn - Enjoy the view of East  Porpoise Bay from your table at the Blue  Heron Inn, located on the waterfront at  Porpoise Bay, Relax am) enjoy a superb  dining experience. Reservations are  required for dinner. Winter hows: Wed -  Sun., Lunch 11 am ��� 2 pm. dinner 5 pm.  885-3847  Lord Jim's Resort Hotel   a tranquil  view of Tbormanhy Islands and  Malaspina Strait set the theme fot a beautiful night out Friendly, courteous staff,  line International cuisine, comfortable  surroundings, soft music and gixxl wine  add up to make yours a night lo remem-  ber. We are now open Friday, Saiurtlay  and Sunday evenings from 6pm until 9pm  tot your dining enjoyment. For reservations or more inlormation, please call  8B5-7038  The Terrace at Bonniebrook ��� The  Tenace at Bonniebtook, offers superb  Wesl Coast cuisine in a picturesque and  relaxing lodge setting. We otfer fresh  local BC food, expertly prepared in a varied menu of appetizers, entrees and  desserts Follow Gower Point Road to  Ocean Beach Esplanade. Look for spring  re-opening announcement.  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Ernie & Gwen's Drive In - Take out, or  delivery. Pizza, dinners, salads, burgers,  chicken, desserts, drinks, ice cream. Free  home delivery within 4 miles, after 3 pm  only, on 310 minimum orders. Small  charge for orders under $10. Hwy. 101.  Gibsons. 886-7813. Co.ist News, April 20, 1992  r  \y\  J^a^^i)  !���  Start at the TOP!  NATIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE  OPEN HOUSE  SUN. APRIL 26   1-3PM  991 Rosamund Ho.i<l, Gibsons $119,900  12011 square li'l'l "I lonibllleil leuovatmn .uul na'W space   tlria' Luge  tifala,��aam.   I   I   2  h.llhs    lili'dl  starlet  Ol  emply  neslt'l    Allllllloll.il  leoturaa niiliiili' lama nvagi workshop, tnwhiid ctbln, grafnhouH,  li'tuitl garden, skvlighls in Idiinlv room  KenGoddard 886-7172 Gibsons Realty  "Georgia Mirage" Taawnhome* $97,500 to $189,500  Eaglecrest Drive between O'Sha-ai anil Oceanmount  A v.iii.-iv ol ililli-ii-nl "VIEWS" .mil Hour plans 1.2 .md 3 ht'iliooin  units .Slid sa| It to IKIMlsqll Spauous l.indsi aped grounds Willi *>���  liola' pili Ii ..tail pull   Clubhouse Willi s.it,'llili- T V  (silages or CVpoftl  Many qualityes.ti.is Conaandnlwiihisexcitingnew|uo|i-ii  Joai MtKae 886-3999 Gibsons Realty  Nil k List    885-3303 Gibsons Realty  #25 - 696 Truman Road, Gibsons  MAHINA PWCEI 3 bedroom M.i  .ipplr.ini a-s.    2    lull   litithroonis  IMMAl I 'I AIF'  Beth Pate 886-8380  $127,500  in,i Plflci unit   3 sundecks. ,ill  vaulted    ceilings,    fireplace  Gibsons Realty  792 Mountainvlew Drive, Gibsons $131,900  SURPRISEI SURPRISE! Treat ynursi-ll lo this 3 lii-ilroon, mnchtr.  1euluti-s iih luili' sunki-n living room Willi fireplace iiuil v<iulti-il rt'iling.  Family room with woodslove. 1  1/2 baths, plus enlerlainnienl itfjaj  sundi'ik will) linl lull Woodsy selling and laige workshop loo  Lauretta Hay 886-9683 Gibsons Realty  laaH  87 5 Port Mellon Hwy., Gibsons $ 139,000  LARGE 3 BEDROOM "VIEW" IIIIMP Good size kitchen, living room  with fireplace, terraced yatd could he lixed up  Basemenl area awails  linishing touches   This house has loads ol potential. Great lor  commuters and large family.  Lindsay Beynon 886-9339 Gibsons Realty  637 Bals Lane, Gibsons $179,900  Beautiful "VIEW" home centrally located  Legally zoned for duplex!  New decking Willi hot tub, fully linished downstairs with kitchen and  lull bathroom, fireplace, skylights,  beautiful landscaped lot.  Jim Munro 886-7134 Gibsons Realty  3984 Browning Road, Wilson Creek $160,000  Charming and immaculate 2 bedroom 1100 sq.ft. rancher. Everything  new inside and out. Urge 20 x 30 3 car garage. 69 acre, landscaped  and partially fenced Some lovely large trees and very private. Walk to  beach, transportation al road  Suzanne Dunkerton 886-8317 Gibsons Realty  6146 Highway 101, West Sechelt $155000  ONE YEAR OLD "LIKE NEW" HOME 1448 sq.ft. rancher Allraclive  brick facing, wilh covered front porch. Brick flower beds and lawn at  entrance. Sunny . large 1/2 acre, 74 x 306 approximately,  exceptionally large living room, attractive oak kilchen. 1 1 '2 balhs  with 2 large bedrooms, forced air furnace, regional waler Taxes  $47.ri Open lo offers.  Carolyne Breadner 885-9029 Century West Realty  8458 Redroolts Road, Halfmoon Bay $241,900  "VIEW". Wonderful 2 69 acres, great for farming or pasture. 1/2 block  from Welcome Beach. Grape vines and fruit trees Zoned for 1/2 acre  lots.  Sally Moore 886-4724 Century West Realty  572 Seaview Road. Gibsons $139,900  Very popular lower Gibsons location and super ocean view too!! Nicely  remodelled home is convenient lo shopping and marina. Vendor says  "SELL'"  John Hanson 886-8295 Gibsons Realty  S,-*Sv ��v    683 Franklin Road, Gibsons $329,500  THE ULTIMATE LIFESTYLE!! This unique and rare opportunity oilers  you the following and much, much more: ��� 80' low liank waterfront  ��� Pebble beach at your doorstep ��� Brighl and sunny southern  exposure ��� Beautilully landscaped with grass, flower and vegetable  gardens, mature Iruil trees ��� Large covered palio with skylights ���  River rock laced fireplace ��� Remodelled 131)0 plus sq It. 2 bedroom  rancher with double glazed window's. This truly is Ihe ultimate lifestyle  on the Sunshine Coast.  Torn Turner' 885-2530        *$ Gibsons Realty  W.R. (Bill) Howe 885-4656 Gibsons Realty  4734 Fir, Davis Bay $182,500  OCEAN VIEW! Contemporary designed level entry, full basement home  at llie end ol a cul-de-sac. Features double garage, lacuzzi tub, built-in  vacuum. Home is on Electric Plus with woodslove back-up.  Rob Gill 885-5454 Century West Realty  4742 Fir Road, Davis Bay $239,500  Executive 4 bedroom view home   Features include 2 lireplaces,  spacious family room, unique den. Wonderful sundeck with Jacuzzi.  Many deluxe features lhat must be seen.  Elaine Isberg 885-6396 Century West Realty  7116 Dale Road, West Sechelt $229,000  "PRESTIGIOt IS CALETA ESTATES" Execulive living at ils best. This 4  bedroom. 2 1 /2 balh home features cuslom oak kilchen with buill-  ins. cathedra! ceilings, new carpel, lino, paint and 25 year root. All this  on a no-lhrougb road, stone's throw to the beach.  Bruce Lasuta 885-5845 Century West Realty  5657 Rutherford Rd., Halfmoon Bay $279,000  WATERFRONT on a beautiful quiel bay. Uving room, dining room,  kitchen, loyer, 2 bedrooms and a great sun-room on Ihe upper lloor.  Another living room, kitchen. 2 bedrooms on the lower floor. A total  of 2382 sq.ft. A lovely garden stretches from the house to the beach.  RegRowe 885-3221 Century West Realty  1039 Rosamund Road. Gibsons $ 169,900  DELUXE FAMILY HOME! with inlaw Bulla. Built-in vac. fireplace,  woodslove in rec room. 3 baths, sundeck. patio, double garage Willi  auto opener, crushed aggregate drive Only lire besl!  Marg Berry 886-7081 Gibsons Realty  1417 Tanager Place, Roberts Creek $239,900  Spacious home, 3 bedrooms on 2nd floor all generous sizes. Home  offlra off family room. Beautiful European kitchen cabinets, 2..ri balhs,  nuair, lloor laundry, two car garage - all on 2 1/2 acres. This 1 year  old is a charming split-level in central localion close to lerry and  Roberls Creek Elementary. All window coverings slay.  Jeanette Gordon 885-3247 Century West Realty  6136 S. Gale Ave., Sechelt $225,000  ESPLANADE WATERFRONT wilh access lo pnvale marina. One year  old. 3 bedrooms, with vaulted ceilings and beautilully appointed  rougbed-in basement.  Kelly Therien 885-5516 Century West Realty  7800 Eagle Drive, Halfmoon Bay $179,000  OCEAN VIEW - HALF ACRE! Three years new. Ibis ocean view home  features 4 bedrooms and 3 full bathrooms, loruial dining plus eating  area In kitchen. Lots of parking, plus workshop.  Rob Gill 885-5454 Century West Realty  aa^^^^^iMaaa^.^-. ^^^    A**' ''  It      L. �� <Jd       H - -  -! ^  '#���**��  12968 Front Road, Madeira Park $115,000  Very clean and tidy 3 bedroom home in Madeira Park. Attractive floor  plan, parquet flooring in Ihe dining area and lull 4 piece master  ensuite. Elficienl heat pump / A/C system, plus an Orly woodslove In  living room. Kitchen appliances and drapes included. PUIS a double  bay workshop wilh upper floor. A super deal so act soon!  Teresa Sladey 883-2233 Century West Realty  FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL THE ABOVE SALESPEOPLE or  Century Wesl Realty Ltd.  ) >49 Wharf Avenue, Sechelt  885-22 r>  or toll free 68<K">8 58  mm  Gihsons Realty Ltd.  Sunnycrest Mall, Gihsons  886-2277  or toll free 682-1513 Coast News, April 20, 1992  17  Gibsons Yacht Club  Wine & Cheese Party  at the new clubhouse  Mon., April 27  16:00 hrs.- 20:00 hrs  come as you are  On the evening of April x tin-  ���Sunshine Coast Minor Hockey  Association honoured its own  with the 19th annual awards  - night.  Held ,it the Sechell Indian  : Band hall and attended hy 300  .kids, parents anil pm-sts the  ;evening was an enjoyable affair,  ;The award winners are listed  ;below, hut all who were  ���involved with the SCMHA were  ��� winners after a very successful  .year. The executive and mem*  ; Iters of the SCMHA would like  ;to thank all our sponsors and  donors for their help in    making minor hockey  ��� on the Coast a reality.  Lennard    Plourde  Award, Friend to Minor  Hockey - David Schin-  del. Sechell Volunteer  Fire Department, Tin-  Tom Rohillard Award -  David   Paetkau.   Erv  Enns Memorial, Coach  of the  Year -  Kjeld  Hansen.    Big    Mac  Award, Parent of the  Year- Carol & Russ MacLeod.  ; Dairyland Penalty Free Game -  ���Pee Wee 'C Flames. Morgan's  Men's Wear, Most Sportsman  Like Team - Tykes, Purple  aVTeam.  : Tykes: White Team - MVP  ; Scott MacLeod; MSP - Matthew  Gregory; MIP - Gage Gregory.  ���Yellow Team - MVP - Brock  ���Mercer; MSP - Tosh Radyinski;  'MIP - Christopher McOownn.  I Purple Team - MVP - Brett Bis-  fbee; MSP - Riccardp Fernando;  ;MIP - Derek Skytte. Green  'Team - MVP - Scott Atkinson;  ���MSP- Harry Lau; MIP - Bran-  idon Bye. Overall Winners -  !MSP- Harry Lau; MIP - Bran-  J don Bye.  [ Novice: Bruins - MVP -  [Michael Chalmers; MSP - Bill  ���Williams; MIP - Joel Robertson.  'Cougars - MVP - Jake O'Brien;  :MSP - Blake Randle; MIP -  ; Michael Eislelter. Clunks - MSP  ; - Matthew Legge; MSP - Adam  ; Slrehlen; MIP - Steve Liddicoat.  ' Overall Novice Winners - MSP -  i Blair Patterson; MIP - Tyron  I Joe.  Atoms: Flyers - MVP -  ,'Theadore Desta; MSP - Dusty  ' Dickeson; MIP - Scott Bruce,  'jets - MVP - James Rickbeil;  :MSP - Brandy Corletl; MIP -  j Adam Natison. Oilers - MVP -  | Ryan Jennings; MSP - Dayran  ; Klepsch; MIP - David Toynbee,  ��� Wings - MVP - Stuart Malcolm;  : HSP - Graeme Malcolm; MIP -  Nidgel Kingston. Overall Atom  Winners - MSP - Corey  Bartrunt; MIP - Chuck Hedden.  Pee Wee 'C - Canucks -  MVP - Chris Halm; MSP - Scott  Biship; MIP - Steve Stevenson.  Flames - MVP - Dallas Kein;  MSP - Rolf Harrison, MIP -  Maclin McFadyen-Hill. 'A'  Blues - MVP - Buddy Peers;  MSP - Johathan Fawcus; MIP -  Eric Siljander. Overall - MSP -  Jonathan Fawcus; MIP - Eric  Siljander.  Bantam Seahawks - MVP -  Silas White; MSP - Bradley    Hooper; MIP - Jeraini-  ah Thomas. 'A' Blues -  MVP - Christopher  Croteau; MSP - Tige  Pollock; MIP - Bill  Kinley. Overall Bantam  - MSP - Tige Pollock;  MIP - Bill Kinley.  Midget 'A' Blues -  300  players,  parents and  guests  attended  19thannual mvp-'b���! wingiieid;  awards  night  MSP - Chad LcMarche  MIP - Dean Stockwell.    _ Overall Midget Winners - MSP - Chad  LeMarcbe; MIP - Dean Slock-  well.  Sponsors: Air Span Helicopters, BA Blacktop, BC  Hydro, Canadian Paper Products  Union (Local 119), Coasl Cable  Vision, Construction Aggregates  Ltd., Gibsons Building Supplies,  Gilligan's Puh, Howe Sound  Pulp and Paper, IGA Wilson  Creek, IWA Canada (Local I-  71), Ken Nelsen Plumbing,  Maedal Petroleum Lid, Midway  Power Lilies Services, Nelson  Plumbing, Pacifica Pharmacy,  Peninsula Power and Cable,  Rent It! Canada Inc., Royal  Canadian Legion Br 14(1  Sechell, Royal Canadian Legion  Br.KI" Roberts Creek, Sechelt  Indian Band, Shop Easy, Sunshine Coast Building Supplies,  Sunshine Coast Credit Union,  Sunshine Coasl Lions Club,  Sunshine Coast Regional District, Sunshine Coast Insurance  Agency, Sttiico Printers, Sechelt  Esso, Trail Bay Sports, Vancouver Helicopters  Donors: Dube Oil Sales Ltd.,  Al Despines Ent., Good Cents  Sporls, Sechell Medical Clinic,  Mitten Realty Ltd., Royal Canadian Legion Br. 109 Gibsons,  Royal Canadian Legion Br. 112  Madeira Park.  Contributors: Tideline, Elphi  Rec., A101 Auto, O&S Drywall,  Thanks lo the Coasl News for  Iheir support during the 1991 92  season.  Mon Tim* HI. Ft.   Tun Time Ht.FI.  2:30 10.3  20    7:15 13.3  MO    2:25 2.6  9:55 14.7  Fri   Tim* Ht.FI.  12:45    14.1  24    7:20    10.4  FR  10:25  5:40  10.  5.6  3:25 10.7  21     7:50 12.7  TU    3:10 3.2  10:50 14.5  Sat   Tim* Ht. Ft.  1:40  25 8:25  SA 12:05  6:40  13.9  9.7  10.4  6.3  Wear) Time Ht. Ft.  4:30 10.9  22    8:30 12.1  WE   3:55 3.9  11:50 14.3  Sun Time HI. Ft.  2:20 13.8  26 9:10 8.8  SU    1:45  7:45  10.5  7.0  Thure Time Ht. Ft.  5:50 10.8  23 9:15 11.4  TH    4:40      4.8  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson  Pacific Standard Time  ?���  For Shoohumchuk Narrows MM  1 hr. 40 mln. plus 5 mln. for ��Kh ft. of rlst  md 7 mln. for s��h ft. of faH  Tide Tables courtesy of  PRONTO'S  FINE DINING RESTAURANTS  Gibsons ��� 886-8138 Sechelt ��� 885-1919  MAY 2nd  .POOL  REFERENDUM  ITS YOUR  Ll$   $  Vote Yes  ADVANCED POLL Municpal Hall, 474 South Fletcher Road, Gibsons, B.C.,  (Gibsons Only) Friday, April 24th, 1992 from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.  REGUIAR POLL Marine Room, 474 South Fletcher Road (below Library), Gibsons, B.C.,  (Gibsons Only)        Saturday, May 2nd, 1992 from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.  Roberts Creek Elementary School  Cedar Grove Elementary School  Langdale Elementary School  Area "D"  Area "E"  Area "F"  The estimated cost per annum for a residential taxpayer in the Regional District and the Town of Gibsons for Ihe live (5)  year term of the proposed debt will not be more than $.07/1000 nl assessed values of land and improvements, For  example a residential property assessed at $125,000 would pay $8.75 annually for the five (5) year term.  Town of Gibsons  $11,430  Electoral Area D  8,010  Electoral Area E  6,910  Electoral Area F (Residential)  9,885  Electoral Area F (Industrial)  44,765  $81,000  The cost is minimal - The benefits great  Remember to vote yes!  This Announcement sponsored by  SUPER VALU ��� GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLY ��� THE SUNSHINE COAST NEWS  Working with the community.  HMIMlaAM i_ (Mst Nfvvs, Apnl _'0, 1992  AUTOMOTIVE  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd  Itttal Hwv. 101, (.ibsons, B.C . HHb-HIOI  V.     ���'���' I   I"   la-l- Ml   H-h  ���.���������   111-1,  11.iiiiiiiij-lu ii-.liiiii|-l\Vi ii iv.itii ins-Additions   Rogfinfl   Hl.llll- AllVllllli-*lai-llSS!a iilll.'l  Metcalf Const.  "A BETTER" BOBCAT SERVICE  "Complete Bobcat Services"  Excavating   Backlilling - Retaining Walls -  Trenching   Landscape Construction - Drainage -  24 Hour QRC OCOO Bo. l?21   Gibsons  Sotvicb OOO-OOOO BC VON IVO  r CENTURY ROCK  c  SUNCOAST TOE* MECHANICAL l.tt    >,   Dtgjggjw jHNgtgtlog gtw   KALtTIRE  If we sell U...WS guarantee Itl  I        Sfi33 Wn.it; Road, Sechelt - 885-7927  V HiW EMERGENCY SERVICE    IH-HM   ' SECHELT RADIATORS n  ��} ^ hirtfM' finhJiittft IdUgA     .  mi mi mi Eric's Drywall |  tthvit\tt i .til  88!5-(>or>2  ��i��� Hi-fijil a II. i"l.a.". K.i,i.' ilr-jai I ami SuTuSTS  MIOS   IKtlkS   IKVI IIIMS  IMII MMIAI   WAKIM  KrtB.llmla IrrHilll ��� Pttupl Mtmn J   ������������( I )���������'������" [/  .an B a-  ii... I ' VI,,i, . v;..  4349 sc. li��)  Actum from Sunshine GM  Mini   Sat  KNS--'),S(i  -m  T.A.C.  -   f*-        Electrical & Plumbing  ,s .���^ .-   *fr Residt'Mtiat  Commercial  ���^TaWl-i*'' Waiter Heaters ��� Electric Heat  It ' / ConlMCKy. L* NCI mm  hr^sj      886-3344 ��� 886-3364  If you were .ulira-i ti ,.,,., here,  you'd be rending .ataaaaat  yourself - And so would  everybody else  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  ��*���s*3i ��� '  >  Rottluff Drywall*  Residential & Commercial  TOM                           BRENT  8869691                         886-9495    J  Ashward Contracting  QUALITY HOME  BUILDING I IMPROVEMENTS  PLAN DESIGN X DRAFTING  ^ Hoaaaid Ashmoig 885-6443 J  A �� T ENTERPRISES: Construction Sarvloaa  Swing Ihe Cuj.i Since 1985  ija, ajgdgm        .CUSTOM HOMES  .;W< jA-lf-lfl^       * ADDITIONS  a-i-a***- il-iW'        ��� RENOVATIONS  &M  RENOVATIONS  ������������MM  T WONG. BOX 793. QIBSONS. ��.C. VON IVO  ?2%,  Drvw.ill T,i|iing &  Texturing  I Free Estimates I  Dt'iordtivi1  I l.inil lexlirre  8860040    J  (604) 885-7576  Messages 885-5281  KITT EVANS  Constriction  II Ifears In FOUNDATIONS ��� FRAMING ��� RENOVATIONS  -: <'.'������ -^\- ������'.���.'.������������.'.'������-������������.������.<>. ���������^t.  ���^*!��3��!BSiv  Reo Conk roc ling  Drywnll, Vinyl & Cedar Sidiiij'  Robert (Bob) Osborn  i.ih.on-.. bi vow im 886*9531  Bit or Small We Do Them fill  G & S DRYWALL  FREE ESTIMATES  t\ For All Your Drywall Needs  Please Call: 886-9204  Kg  residential  commercial  Auto Glass  irror Walls  Peninsula Glass  & Aluminum  706 Hwy. tot.  Gibsons 886-8580  .24hr. Commercial Emergency    886-8414.  CONCRETE SERVICES  L  M.J.J. Vinyl Siding  soffits, fasia, shutter)    1 IIURSIDIM.    J  f nil (backer  il,j,<- Message)  Phone 885 -606*5  POHox IS%  Sechell, B.C.  VUN JM/  n  CONSTRUCTION  KitU-rtslm-MU .  ��� Resident Jul &  Commercial ( iiiistriirtion  ��� Renovalions  ��� Additions  ^   Laurie Lacovetsky ��� 885-2887  Beady Mix Lid   |)iv(Miili      ,��� AciMinta .      . Fi*   .  815*9666     I i 865*53331   185-2226]  3 Balcn Plants on 'he Sunshine Coasl  Gibsons Sechell Pender Harbour  Boa  .72, 8417 Burn-��t Rd., Sachvlt  ROOFING  Specializing in all types of  FREE      commercial & residential roofing  ESTIMATES 886*2087 eves au.��N�����  S. HHDHA COCTalalCTDfG  All types oi concrete work.  labs   smooth, broon.i-  -ui" llniahlng.  ^Quality Concrete Work Ph>���MH017  Metcalf Const.  QIBSONS SfiND  & QRfiVEL LTD.  Office: 886 8511  Cell: 328 7117  Res: 885-2008   j  \-  DIRECT DRYWALL SYSTEMS  BOARDING - TAPING - TEXTURED CEILINGS  New Homes & Townnouses ��� Additions ��� Renovations  PROMPT PROFESSIONAL SERVICE ��� FREE ESTIMATES  Cellular 671-3754 ������    .886-8657  Hon Hoarjen Ge'air] R MiCirni-  D Ready Mln Concrete  ����� C Send at Guvel fi j  N/-*     CONCRETE  &ECHI i ' i-i AN  8857180  o  L   ^- umve IHI UJNSMINl I (Mill  ifPl/C TANKS (jIBMiNSPIANI    I  ������i,ik,ih 866-8174   J  Iff you were advmti-sinc| horn,  you'd In- if^<ifliiif| about  yourself - And %o would  everybody hI%��>  INDUSTRIAL  REIVOVATIOIMS WEST  CONTRACTING  Custom Building ��� Remodelling ��� Framing  Foundations ��� Home Repairs ��� General  Contracting ��� Small Jobs Welcome  i."in��� Ron Ach��on 885-0891 after600pm  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  JLM. Clectric "B,0BnMl  Larry Anderson  For Professional & Courteous Service  R.R. 1-12749 Wavnock M. N.    FaWPNONE MM1M  MatMn Park, I.C. VON 2IM      aaa.aa.IMI2  Mmn/m -bueokkc  GIBSONS, B.C  Residential ���Commercial ��� Industrial  CONWAJ  rz  BHIAIV NEWMAN EXCAVATING K  ��� Septic Fields ���  Oi.tHi.tip* - Excavation  Wnler Lmrs       ��� RocK Walls  ��� Landscape Construction ���  411  ��� Call B86-3977 J  If    yOU    WHItl   .llllfflll'.lllil    llt-M  you'd bt;  ��� i-.i��lin<i  about  youisell - And so would  everybody i��l*.��*  (Fastrac BACKHOE "fiiiK^  SERVICE, zsjfigfgW  Cat 416 4X4  ��� clearing     Steve Jones   886-8269  ��� SEPTIC HELM  ��� liHAlNAtit. DITCHES  ��� JXi'AVAriuNS  ��� WA'I'KH LINES  f CHAR'S  BULLDOZING  BX0AVATION.S&GKAVEL ����fi.Q08l  I ANIK'I l-'AKINC UUU i^V^Ui  ;\a     .   tit   m CHMIORDAVE  V  Mackenzie Excavating Ltd.  Land Ciivirinq s Developmem  Cam Mackenzie  /  886-3558 W&M    'd-     -jas-fe;  C61LUL*B JJ! uSfev������ UR &*  V  We dig thm Sunahlna Coaal!  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  A. J. CONTRACTING  Roofing' Insulation * Painting  Concrete' Vinyl Siding  V  A Complete  Asphalt Seivice  FREE ESTIMATES  TRI-CITY PAVING LTD.  RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL  PLANT SITE PORPOISE BAY RD.  TELEPHONE 885-2726 SECHELT B.C.  /                                             *.  D & B CRANE RENTaAL  Phone: 884-5266  Night: 885-7085  a.                                                                                                            J  GARRY'S CRANE SERVICE  8TON LlfT - HOOK HEIGHT 65'  15TON LlfT - HOOK HEIGHT 80  7  TNnkolrrnwtitfi BOB  1IVM  YOurmnafl" ..BOO-7UZB  A    IL'   R  <J*       THE  RENOVATIONS WITH 7  A TOUCH OF CUSS  COMMERCIAL 4 RESIDENTIAL  IMPROVER M5^  LTD HALFMOON MV|  POMFRET  COI\JSTRUCTIOrV  Selective Land Clearing ��� Dealfin Consulting  mmm  ^aaaaaaaaamm���11^1���  RR2 S41 C5, Gibsons, B.C. VONIVO   Phone 886 8900  HEATING  A  D.C. Heating  G.is Filling & Plumbing  24 Hours Service  Darcy Clarke  GHaaona. BC  (604) 886-8525   Free Estimates  f SECHELT FIRE PLACE LTD.S  GAS ��� PELLET* WOOD      IjiJU,  Complete Sales & Installations  SHOWROOM Open Tues.Sat.   5631 Whart Rd.. 885-7171 J  ��� Auto Propane  ��� Appliances  ��� Quality B.B. Q's  685-2360  Hwy 101. -cross St  liom Big Mac's. Sechell  PROPANE INC.  Licenser! & Bonded ^  PARKYN BAY CONTRACTING LTD.  Ill ��IK>I1H(1\��  ItfMiicnlml * Cm Imtnlltititiiis is' Smnrr  Hon: (604) 5B8-C707 Propane ft  ot Toll Free Par-er: 1 979-4.171 Natural Oaa  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  W  .CONTOUR  Quality Supply & Installation  Ceramic Tile, Carpet & Blinds  VSHOWROOM851 HWY. 101-GIBSONS- B.C. ��� PH/FAX:866-3191/  SPOT-LESS PAINTING  & WALLPAPERING  FREE ESTIMATES  883-9843  ��� InlaikH/Extenar  ��� Prouuie Washing  ��� Specirilty Waill Finishes  Iff you were a civet -tising liert;  you'll li��* icidiiifi <tltoiil  yotirsnlff - And so would  evtsrybocly rIso  PETERJ.SUG/VRS  Custom Cabinets  Kitchens ��� Bathrooms ��� Mlllwork  shop 886-8615    ���>    res. 886-2231  Sachelt  l��   Slnraa^  A VII' Store  Furniture Land  Highway 101. Boa 2549. Sechell, B.C. VON 3A0  Telephone (604) 885-5756 ��� Tan (604) 885-2756  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  ��� KITCHENS a BATHROOMS '  886-9411  Cellular  644-4907  The floor Store al Your Door  With Free In- Home Shopping  Hardwood ��� Ceramics ��� Wall Tiles ��� Glass Tiles  Area Rugs ��� Carpets ��� linoleum ��� Floor Tiles ��� Marble  Glass Itlocks  885-3582 ��� 8868868 / Mon. - Sat. 930 - 5:00 pm  Showroom 4319 Hwy. lot Wilson Creek Coasl News, April 2Q 1992  14  sports  to a** Hsu  Sunshine Coasl was ahly  represented by Art Fraser anil  Rudy Nut/I, ciiininj; si-eunil in  one section of the Cim idian  Valley Seetional  SCBC will |iartici|iate in the  Epson World Wide Bridge  Contest hy holding a game at  the Driftwood Inn. Sechell, on  Saturday allcminni June 2h  Reservations ate ri-i|iiired  This is a unique cimlesl in  which ihe same hands are  played all aiounil the world at  the same lime and results com  pared hy electronic hook up  wilh headquarters in France  ACBL contest: Pat Ashhy.  first, Patli Phillips, second, Bert  Wickham, third.  SCBC winners for April 6  were: Pal Ashhy and Doris  Hiiitsley, lirst; Millie Burchill  and Cecelia Scott, second; Mar-  jorie Paterson and Gwenda  Tliain, tied for third wilh Louise  Nn hui and Rudy Nut/1  Winner for April 8 were:  Gwenda Thain and Marjorie  Paterson, firsl; Bert Wickham  and Patti Philli|>s tie for second  with Pal Ashhy and Doris  Housely.  Bridge winners for April 13 -  Marjorie Paterson and Gwenda  Thain, first; Joy Wilson and Joy  Middlelon,   second;   Marg  McCrodan and Louise Nichol,  third  A|iril 15 Marjorie Palerson  and Gwenda Tliain, fist; Willie  Rousseau and Rudy Nola-l, second; Marilynn Lyons and  Louise Nichol tied for third  with HI Miller and Patli  Phillips.  Coming up April 24 lo 26 -  ACBL tournament in Bumaby  For partnerships and car pool,  phone 885 5552.  rDEPENDABLE   AUTO SERVICE  DID YOU KNOW...  WESELLPAHTS3^  The South Coast's Only  ���CAA AFFIOVSD Shop  (Special consideration lo BCAA members:  ^G-HU&WC   AUTOMOTIVE  Pigs gearing up for 20 year anniversary   Old boys to join team for celebration May 2  In this, the Gihsons Rughy and Athletic  Cluh's 20th season, Ihe local lads had  decided to make amends for last year's  struggle.  Wilh courage and strength the Pigs of the  IW1/U2 season proved to their league op|m-  nents and faithful fans that they will lx- a  force lo contend with in years to come.  Rebuilding Ihe last lew has created much  enthusiasm and spirit The club can now  comfortably field a strong competitive side.  The third division of the Vancouver Rttgh;  Union has become a powerful force in the  rughy fraternity, Many past senior representative players are now sliding down from  the more vigorous upper divisions, bringing  with them years of experience.  This gives Ihe locals some excellent  competition and a reason to raise their own  levels. An achievement well accomplished  throughout the season: named 'This is the  Year".  The fellows in blue and white pushed  themselves beyond the call of duty many a  lime, and were very unlucky to have missed  ihe playoffs hy percentage points.  All who participated, whether forward or  hack, or holh (thanks FFF), created a  smooth flowing, creative rughy side with  plenty of memorable action.  Many ninks to all our faithful fans who  came out on regular occasions and even  lousy ones.  Moving on from the season: This is the  Year mono really sums up the whole IW2,  this lieing the 2()lh anniversary of a hunch  of gentlemen going out onto the pitch to do  battle against llie Ik-si and rest of the Vancouver Rughy Unions Third Division (a lew  seasons in fourths).  That's it! Twenty years have gone hy  lhal the lads of llie lower Sunshine Coast  have represented Ihe Gihsons Rughy and  Athletic Cluh. From the beginning in lu72  'The club lues come a long  way up tbe trail'  when Garry Gray moved into the minds of  the locals and planted the seetl of sport, the  Blues have gone into every game of each  year with spirit mid enthusiasm, sometimes  good results, sometimes had. Always being  gracious hosts and honourable gliosis.  One of tlte players was honoured by  Capilano's Rughy Cluh in North Vancouver  recently. Quinn Kelly was selected to play  for Ihe Presidents XV at the opening game  of lite Boh Spray Memorial Field. He told  tne he even scored a try and I believe him.  Good on ya, O/iiinn!  The rest of the hoys are pulling together  a 7's side as they press on in their summer  schedule. Practices are Tuesday and Thurs  day al 6:30 pm at Elphinstone Secondary  upper field.  As part of our new lease Ihe rugby club  has taken over the grounds keeping of  Armour's Beach Park. In keeping with this  ihe club has put in a new lawn.  Many thanks are in order to everyone  who helped out, especially to: our foreman  John (I thought you said I'd have 15 guys)  Spence, Evergreen Landscaping, Bernie  Mulligan, STK Excavating, John Duffy,  Swansons Ready Mix and Mike Strom.  Thank you all.  The club has come a long way up Ihe  trail, now having (seven years past) their  own clubhouse facility (barns worked well  for awhile) with a tremendous view and  great rapport with Ihe neighbours and town.  The Pigs now field a rugby side, slo-  pitch team, participate in volleyball, darts,  pool and athletic endeavours of all kinds.  Hoping also to provide help to as many  community events and actions as possible.  Coming up May 2, the club has organized an anniversary weekend, with members coining from all around. To say hello  and catch a few of them in action again,  there will he a game on the Saturday morning at 11:30 am, kick off is at Elphinstone  High School upper field. Hope to see you  there or come on down and see the boys at  the clubhouse. We've made loads of  improvements.  Member of  ALLIED...  The Careful Movers  STORAG  ��� 10.000 sq. It. of healed, gov't approved storage.  ��� Dust-free storage in closed wooden pallets  LED WRAY'S TRANSFER LTR.  Custom Packing, Storage, Local & Long Distance Moving  Ponder Harbouf Customers  HWY. 101. GIBSONS      Please call collect  886-2664  Your Full Floor Covering Store  "Quality ii Service With a Friendly Smile"  Free Eslimale ��� M5-3966 - Tom Styles J  5605 Sonshirn Com Itmy . Sthtlt VON 1*0 ^/  ' Motel .\ (ampsites * Wntoi r.��\i  ' Marino Repairs       * Ire .uul T.i'.kle  ���TRECISE PAINTING ii PLASTER^  ��� All Phases of Drywall  ��� Compl��c Custom Painting  ��� Rre & Water Damage  ��� Journeyman Workmanship  Neale  886-0928 Pra* Bitlimw  COTTRELLS MARINE SERVICE  Vance  886-9199V  ( AQUA BLAST  .POWER WASH  HOME /COMMERCIAL  HOT/COLD WATER  VJftwer* 885*5111      Ewi 885*59507  LANDSCAPING  First game  leaves  Pigs  undefeated  For Ihe firsl lime in recent  memory, the Gibsons Pigs lire  undefeated, Of course, we are  only talking aboul the first  game of the slo-pilch season.  Baseball is once again .upon  US, and the Piggies stalled the  season well: 25 to 10 was the  score as they thrashed the  Wahoos. Slti Lysler was the  game MVP as he won the com  toss in the pub. Way to go, Stu!  GIBSONS  PARK PLAZA  Congratulations  New China Kitchen!  Dar Lebanon  Restaurants  NOW OPEN  NOW OPEN  ��� Woolworth ��� IGA Plus ��� Frontrunners  ��� Sears ��� Atlas Office Solutions Ltd.  Sunshine Coast Insurance Agencies Ltd.  Bernadette's Galleries ��� Gibsons Pet Food  & Supplies * REMAX "top 20" realty  ��� Budget Video & .Laser ��� Dar Lebanon  Restaurants ��� New China Kitchen  OPENING SOON  Colour Your World ��� Chark-O-Chick  ��� New Home Centre  I OR laKA.SINf.; INFORMATION C'/iWi  1-876-3199  CUP & SAVE      ^  R bc ramies Schedule  VANCOUVER - SECHELT PENINSULA  HORSESHOE BAY -LANGDALE  JERVIS INLET  EARLS COVE - SALTERY BAY  O,  "W  Oi  . jpittug W Iah ypAui-t)  7iU Qmse Q&Qum 9 ftgli  .)�����'���TJiiw-vTo CaM  THE LAWN MOWER. GUY   ifc'-i L'AWH i flAHoiw MAiNiiHAiWIg   VCALL RICK 8B5-9HO'*��Ji  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  Lv, Langdale Lv. Horseshoe Bay  6:20 am       2:30 pm    7:30 am       3:30 pm  8:30 4:30        9:30 M 5:30  10:30 6:30        11:30 7:25 M  12:25pmM   8:20M      1:15pm       9:15  M denotes Maverick Bus  Lv. Earls Cove  6:40 am       4:30 pm  6:20 6:30  10:30 8:30  Lv. Saltery Bay  5:45 am       3:30 pm  7:35 5:30 M  9:25 M 7:30  12:25 pmM   10:20 M    11:30  9:30  S & G TREE SERVICE  Topping ��� Trimming -Piuning ��� Brush Chippet  V Danger Tree Removal  Bonded and Insuted ��� 20 Years Experience  885-3897  A  D.C. Heating  (lais Filling & I'liiiuliing  24 I lours Seivice  Darcy Clarke  {Mawm BC  [604) 886-8525   Free Estimates  If you are Buying or Selling  the realtor you choose can make Ihe difference.  FOR DEPENDABLE SERVICE... Call us!  ��� VJM/MITTEN  XJU REALTY LTD.  885-3295  681-7931  (Van. Toll Free)  MARINE SERVICES  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICER  Custom Cutting ��� Planing  Bevel Siding ��� Posts & I  CUP & SAVE  GIBSONS BUS SCHEDULE  Chris Nappar 886-3468  R.R.M, S6, C78,  Gibsons. B.C. VON 1V0  & Beams       A^LXA  Bu  buccaneer  Marina presort Ltd  Located In Secret Cove 885-7888  MARINE SPECIALISTS . i rEARS  PARTS - SALES - SERVICE -REPAIRS  K �� C Ttnimoglass f-aaa\\ VfeaW SSI  Cobra Boats now   ^^       -"  In-Stock  i.'.uImiw  [OUTBOARDS  STIHL  CHAINSAWS  & TRIMMERS  Kl  I  I Y'S  Sales and Service  7.31 North Road, Gibsons ��� 886-2912  ROUTE 1 via Nortti Rd.. Seacot.  Fletcher, Gower PI.. Franklin. Marine Dr.  Depart ���5:45 am 1:45 pm Depart 8:14 am 4:11  Mall       7:45      3:45      Langdale 10:11       6:11  9:45       5:45       Ferry 12:11 pm 8:08  11:45      7:45      Terminal 2:08  'No 5:45 am run Sat., Sun. or Holidays  NOTE: Shoppers Loop leaves Mall 10:45 am,  12:45 & 2:45 pm, Mon.-Sat.  Information, comments or suggestions - 886-9318  .ilisnils litis  ROUTE 2 via Pratt. Chasler. King, Veterans.  Hwy. 101. Wookcieek Pk. SC Trailer Park  Depart    7:30 am 4:25  Mall     * 11:00       6:20  12:25  Arrive   7:45   4:40  Mall     11:28    6:40  12:40  '11:00 am routes via Bonniebrook, Gower Pt.  NOTE: No 5:30 am or 7:30 am service Sat,  Sun. or Holidays  SuKcmt Agenda  INSURANCE  886-2000  TRAVEL  886-9255  Independent  Travel  Professionals  Had Carpet Service Irom Friendly Professionals in Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons 20  Coasl News, April -'ll, I1'*'-'  F>av for 2 inserts ^-��Ne-<Mo"^clasNs^uFerlda7s  �����-.2* 4 inserts TJTa* W^Wf ���=       G,b8^s &  Sechelt Offices  l    Homes &  Property  \    ' *   -  lirraL*"  l ->  3 bdrm 2 leva home. I 1/2 balhs.  .VaiS workshop in Madeira Pk  $92,000 Terms possible 1 874-  0960 'I8CN     Spectaculai ocean propeily near  ly I acre. 1248 sq 11 home solan  urn. backhoe oi pickup as pail  payment, make otters $189,900  8857738 ��I8CN  Laige Lol m Selma Paik 3 bdim.  2 bain. 2 l/p. 4 in law suite  $145,000 885 5489 evenings  ss  1/2 aae new lot on quiel cu! de  sac Gowei Port aiea. selectively  cleaied. serviced $79,900 886  3132 01886 4714 ss  j By owner  Twin Oaks Snala  ' Townhouse wilh attached caipoil  I Two bdrm   large sloiage 'oom  palio. appis & window covenngs  Phone 886 3-160 ,lll 6pm    H16w  GAMBIER ISLAND  $118,000 Ovei 1 acie ol unique  semiwaleilionl with 2 bdim.  log cabin, sundeck, shop and  caiport. 1/2 acre fenced with  gaidens and truit tiees. 886-  . 4917. No agents please.     TFN  j 2 t/2 acie serviced lot lor sale,  neai Seciel Cove 224 6180   ss  I View lol. walei, bydio. $42,000  li'iti Chambeilrn i Central. Gibsons 886 9049 ss  W Sechell mobile home, comei  lol. near school, sloie. $62,000.  885-5492 ss  1     Homes &  Property  CENTRAL SECHELT $93,900  2 bdim lanchei on almost 1/3  acie. easy walk lo town centie  Lois ol sloiage. F/P. new H/W  lank, single caipon, 3 sheds, new  paint outside, even a lish pond  Eac opportunity! Nick 885 6340  Valley Paatc I6CN  Langdale, lol 125x162 It. northwest corner Wharl ft Johnson,  view ovei Howe Sound. $85,000  9292674 HI6CN  Langdale. by ownei. attractive  1056 sq It 2 bdrm bungalow on  83x163' lol 690 sq It linished  bsmt. 2 FP, insert <n bsmt New  double windows and carpet, carport and cedar siding eatenor  8869290 UI6SS  3 bdim home, almost new. 2  bams. 1400 sq 11. plus large  garage workshop Spacious ecu  nei lol with many trees Asking  $145,000 1228 Fitctien al Vetei  ansfld 886 8651 ss  48' > 330 ol pume low bank  waleilrom m Gibsons Harbour  near Gibsons Manna House  needs repan bul could be lixed  up loi recreational or rental use  Property roned Tounsl Commei-  ciai |C-2| Double gaiage plus  sloiage shed $189,500 Phone  Jennilei I 689-7070 ss  New quality built home. YMCA  H,i Langdale. 3 bdim up ensuile.  soakei lub, angle showei. comei  sink Mam balhioom combination  bath/shower unit. 2 bdim downstairs wilh balhioom tub/showei.  Large ulilily loom, rumpus loom.  2 car garage 885-4616,885-2735  eves ss  CLASSIFICATIONS  1. Home A Property  2. Births  :l. Obituaries  4. In Memorial*!  3. Thank You  6. Personal  7. Announcement  8. Personal Services  9. Weddings A  Engagements  10. Lost  11. Found  12. Pels A Livestock  13. fall .'c  14. Travel  15. Wanted  It. Free  17. Garage Sales  16. Barter A Trade  19. Appliances  20. Furniture  21. For Sale  22. Heavy Equipment  23. Autos  24. Trucks  25. Campers  26. Marine  27. Mobile Homes  26. Motorcycles  29. Wanted to Renl  30. Bed and Breakfast  31. For Rent  32. Commercial for Rent  33. Entertainment  34. Help Wanted  35. Business and Home  Services  36. Work Wanled  37. Child Care  30. Business Opportunities  39. Legal  40. Too Late to Classify  ������pOFF*X��Ci,S  Monday EO"< _  At  any of   our  convenient  Friendly  People Places  In Pender Harbour  MARINA PHARMACY 88.1-21188  AC BUILDING SUPPLIBS 883-9331  In Halfmoon Bay  BaU STORE 88S-94.13  In Davis Bay  PENIN.M ILA MARKET 88S-.-7' I  In Roberts Creek  ROBBKl J CREEK OBNBRAL stoke ����s mm  DEADLINE IS 3:00 PM THURSDAY  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  aaaaaaas       33211 nwiir sim-i mm i��  **    In Gibsons  THB COAST NEWS  itViimii Dodotdo Phttnuicy) 886*262!  DEADLINE IS NOON FRIDAY  Homes &  Ptoperty  Slillwalei. Soulh Powell River  Basemenl home, view, beach,  $98,000 487 9334 ss  1/2 acie lol lohn Road.  Redroolts. conliolled subdivision,  ���45,000 432 9379 eves ss  ANDERSON REALTY  ��� Recrtation ��� Retirtmim  ��� Relocation  rmmm.  CATALOOUI  Sfgl L'owne SI    Boa 1.-19  Seinei!  B C  VON 3A0  665-3211 ������'.< 8857899  va��  loll Free 684-8016  WHITTLE Passed away Apiil 11  1992. William Whittle, lale ol Gar  den Bay. in his 78lh yeai Sur  vived by his 2 brothers, and won  deilul liiends in llie Pendei Har  bour aiea No seivice by lequesl  Pnvale ciemalion aiiangemenls     TRAGER teleialion bodywoik  Announcement  FITNESS INSTRUCTORS  COURSE Become certified to  leacn aerobics oi weiglns Ihiough  complelion ol Ihis E.C.R.P A.  approved couise Ottered ovei 3  weekends in Apnl A May at FiICo  Wesl. Call lot mlo B86-4606   "17  We buy beer bottles 6 beer  cans. Paying 804/doz. 886-6039  117  STRESS A PAIN RELIEF Relax  and enjaay the lasting benefits ol  To buy Maies. 2 yrs 6 up lot  breeding 1-531-2080 >I7  4 to 6 man hot lub Call colled  665-4575 evenings. Mon-Thurs.  ���16*  Guls bedioom furniture. Prefei  white or wood. 886-7375      ��16  Ihiough Devlin Funeial Home mt>  5,   Thank You  Redioolls 1700 sq 11 3 bdrm, 2  balh. 20' > 36' ingiound pool,  compiele bath house, woik shop,  sloiage shed. 1 2 acies. fully  landscaped $229.000865 36/4  >l8w  Foi sale by ownei. Sechell Vil  lage 3 bdim, lully lenovaled  house $128,500 88579'8    118  Chaiming new 2 bdim home,  Sandy Hook $128,500 OBO 885  6276 Ml  Lohn Rd/Redioolls. 1/2 acie plus  level, well Heed lol lacing soulh  Quie neighborhood wilh quality  homes Well pneed 885 2079  ��� 18W  Central Sechelt  $93,900  2 bdrm lanchei, almost 1/3 acie,  duplex zoned, very pnvale, easy  walk lo town center Lois ol sloiage, l/p. new hw lank, single caiport. 3 sheds. Irshpond. Nick 685-  6340 Valley Pacilic. #16  Wanled: Economical undeveloped  lol between Gibsons 6 Pendei  Haibour Private, 885-4876 oi  883-2555. i17Vi  ���,  /  ��� ��� ���  ��� Of  sessions Leam sell-care techniques Phone Ellen 886 8864  nm  BARK  MULCH  by container  load  806-7033  300 gal Fuel lank with hose. Mint.  stand $250 Lister diesel 4 cyl 31  hp. needs repair $250 4* pum  Irom lire boal $300 883 9228 118  Lol 23 YMCA Road, Langdale,  lully serviced residential lol.  $48,500.1-416-492-0731      116  Pendei Haibour semi-wateilront,  3 bdim. sphl level home. 16x34  shop on 1/2 acie �� oveilooking  Headwalei Manna, peilecl lor  boater. Now only $154,000 883-  9317 #17  New, unlinished home in  Redioolls aiea on .6 acies,  almost 3000 sq. II incl. lull basement. Presently occupied by  owner Approx. $15,000 will finish  Ihis beautilul home to youi lasie  Must move selling at cost,  ti 36,000-885-5690 #16  1.5 acre island, treed, sheltered.  Hardy Island area. $79,000.  Phone 487-9738. I8CN  Craig 6 Kathy - Most excellenl  lob on the balloons! Thai rates  a pa|ama day on me. Than.  again!! CS ��l6w  Roberls Cieek Leiong LA2I9  wishes lo thank the lollwmg mer  chants loi Ihe support Ihey gave  oui spring sale IGA Gibsons and  Wilson Cieek, SupeiValu, R/C  Store. Galiano Marker Shop Easy  (bakery), Casey's Gardens, Wool-  woilh's. Quality Farms and Big  Mac's #16  6    Personal  SWM. 50. would like to meel a  petite lady who enioys Ihe oul  doors, dancing, fishing, dining out.  baibeques, doing Ihings logelher.  I'm an easy going guy so don'l be  shy. Write Box K, c/o Box 68.  Coasl News, Sechelt. BC VON  3A0 #16  Would Ihe long haul Iruck diiver  who kindly look my mother-in-law  all Ihe way lo Skagway, Alaska,  please call 555-1234,..She's  lound hei way back. #16  Are you a woman in an unhappy  relationship, do you need to talk?  Call Ihe Sunshine Coasl Transition House loi conlidenlial 24 hi.  sen/ice. 885-2944 TFN  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885 7883,24 houi line.       TFN  Does someone in your family  have a dunking problem? Call Al  Anon 886-9903. 8857484. 886-  9059  Al Alcen 886 2565      NC  Losl oi taken accidentally lo Thrift  Shop Medium pink wool sweater  lacket wilh collar & wooden ball  buttons. Sennmenial value. Will  pay lor return. Please contact  886-3663. #16  Caidboaid box containing Tapes.  Makeup in Paisley case. B4W  zebra stuped sweatei & bright  oiange leans. Lell al Raven's Cry  Theatre. Call collect 1-322-1221.  ���18  Pel crow wilh silver band on leg.  886-4989. #16  Case 446 acreage tiactor hydrostatic drive c/w 46' mowei Low  houis on new Kohlei 18 hp  engine. Will lake welding equipment as partial tiade 683-2142  ���18  Bike 47 yis. $25. gills bike 6 9  yis. $50 Small box canopy $100  885-6160 116  056 Stihl Magnum. 064 Big SUM  both good saws, size 9 caulks  8863108 #17  Cress 23" Mn wilh accessories,  $450 8831112. ��1W  CCM 10 speed, exc. cond, $50  firm. 885-7654. #16W  GIANT FLEA MARKET  Plant, home baking sale, Welcome Beach Hall. Redioolls Rd.,  10am. Sun., May 3, table rentals  $6 50.885-4590,885-3305.1117cn  Gaiage and Bake Sale. Sat. May  2nd, 10:00am- 1:00pm, 5722  Surf Circle, Sechelt. #16  Fleamarket tables $10 Sun, May  3, airport lop ol Field Road, Wilson Creek. 885-4458 #17  19   Appliances  Swap 3611 Tio/an in-cabrn excel  twin engines, $69,000 foi properly  on Sunshine Coasl. 685-2954.  ��18CN  OWNER  Wesl Sechell, 2 bdrm. home. 5  appis., incl. ddiapes. Large carport, lully landscaped, immaculate. To view. 6512 Bjorn Place.  885-9306 #18CN  Waterlront home, Sandy Bay neai  Powell River, immaculate,  $345.000.487-9575.       #18CN  I  Announcing the brighl new arrival  ol Candace Louise Widslen, bom  Apnl 8.1992, weighing 6 pounds,  8 ounces lo the pioud parents  Brenda and Russ and a happy big  sister Vienna. Special thanks to  Or Hotter and Ihe nursing slall at  SI. Mary's H ospilal lor their help  and care. Mother and daughter  doing well and lather too.     #16  3    Obituaries  Black & while cal wilh while  around nose, white chest 4 lour  while paws. 886-9519.        #16  12. Pels&  7.   Announcement I        Livestock  East Coast Orphan Girl Seeks  Hindered Spirits. Anne (wilh en  "E") #18w  Teacher will tutor Math/Science.  Gibsons lo Madiera Paik 883-  2405 Rels. #16  BROOKS & MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD  Benjamin Moore Painl  Enviionmeni  Friendly Paints     jr>  tn All  Colours 01  The Ftatnbo*     *j  Including Green , *  1  Ball Python, 5II. long with aquarium and heal lock, gentle and  tame, $275.885-5690.    #18CN  mm  0  A Bus. 885-2923  Res 885-5058  Confidential Secretarial Services 886-4740 Accuracy and  satisfaction guaranteed.  Resumes, correspondence,  estimates, screenplays - we do  it ill! Laser printer.        #18W  SALE, SALE, FRECKLES WEAR  Children's domes - Sat., April 25.  10am-4pm, 1200 Paggio Rd.,  Roberts Cieek oi lo view call 885-  3707. ��16W  Friendly obedient Shep X lem.  needs loving home. 2 yis. old,  spayed: black t while cal neut.  male anxious lor new owner.  Please visit SPCA Gibsons  between 2 and 4 on Sat. mom. by  appointment. 885-4771.      #16  Will give good home to Manx cat,  preler pepper blown. 886-7031.  Phone mornings. #17W  Free to good home good natuied  male Lab X, Border Collie. 8 mos.  685-3221. #16  Maltese pups $300. Rabbits,  many vaiieties. $l0-$25. Karen  885-4657. #16  HEMLOCK/BALSAM  WOOD SHAVINGS - lor hoise  bedding (no cedai). Gibsons  Sand & Gravel, 886-8511 eves.  685-2008. TFN  Inglis hatvesl gold 18 cu. ft. frost  free Iridge, $200.885-5774.  ���18CN  15' Gurney 1,1. Iridge h.g., 30'  Gumey slove h.g., almond Gibson  I.I. fridge, polar small bai Iridge,  woodgrain dooi, very nice, $149,  Inglis Royal top ol the line washer  6 dryer, beautilul shape, paii  $649, Viking 15' 2 di.fi. hg Iridge,  $349, Admiral 30' hg, stove sell-  clean $279. While West H. 30'  stove, sell clean, coining cooktop,  $297, McLary easy 24' 2dr white  Iridge, very nice, new comp.  $279, and more. 90 days lo two  years watranty. Call Bjorn 885-  7897 or Comet Cupboaid 885-  4434. #16  Will buy nonwoiking major appliances. 885-7897. #16  Inglis Irosl Iree Iridge and G.E.  slove. $250 OBO, one or both.  885-7427. #17W  20. Furnilure  11 1/2' Security camper Everything works inside. Needs new  lacks 2-6O0i 13 nylon lues, cabinet sewing machine. 10 spd lacing bike. 2 bikes, oil slove. 10'  stainless sleel pipe Oilers 886  9271 Free dishwasher       #18  8 hp Seais lololillei, 2 geais,  excel cond $400 OBO 885-3306  ��� 18  Lowery organ wilh beat box tape.  excel, cond. $1000 Replica oak I  desk $400 885 7792 #18  8'6 Dduble Eagle wilh trailer  Needs molor work. $5400 883-  2172 #16  Sleel cargo container 8'xB 1/2x20,  dean, dry, wealhei light Already  here on Ihe coasl 885-2400  $1700 plus taxes Firm.        #18  Harvest gold slove, $175: dbl,.  stainless sleel sink. $30; Evenllow  2 in I car seat. $50: formula t car  seat. $25; booster seal. $15;  kilchen cabinel doors. 886-8899.  #18W  Compact Kenmoie washer 6  diyer. great tunning order, $375  lor Ihe paii; single bed wilh homemade Irame, $35.886-8005.  MM  Slove slandaid Admiral range,  while, $185. veiy good cond. 885  9234. #16cn  EVERYTHING MUST GOI '82  Honda passport elc star like new.  $550. '82 Jeep Wagoneer Limited.  Fully loaded org Calif rust Iree.  $7500. 78 Blazei 4 spd winch  lusty bul mns good $1500.22'  fibeiloim cabin. 165 Merc. I/O  head, stove, elc $4500, 10 1/2'  Husky camper, luinace. stove. 3  way Indge. $900 Consider exca-  valion woik in exchange 886  6779. I16W  Rhododendrons 6 azaleas, same  low puces $3 50 $10 00 NO  GST Laige selection, Robeits  Cieek Nuiseiy - 2569 Lowet  Road 666-2062 #16W  DOCK installed on Bowen Island  IOO' long lixed giuiam beam walkway suppoiied by heavy sleel  columns cfw 35' long aluminum  walkway No float Best offer 925-  1944 #1��w  Naugahide lecllnei $175, Kenmore portable sewing machine  $140, shop vac. with blower. $125  all in A.I Cond. 665 5567. #16w  Moving Sale - Hide abeds,  oigan, recline! chair, end tables.  desk, bedioom suite, Ii drapes,  canning jars, welding machine.  866-3624 #16  "DAHLIA TUBERS" Top of  Selma Pirk Rd. - Many varieties. 885-9820 116  Large solid oak Dining Room  Suite. Six laige chairs. Oval table,  that has two leafs, extra nine leet,  and veiy laige china cabinet.  $1500 OBO 686-3493 #16  Smaller ladies 18 speed mountain  bike, $100.886-4943.       #16W  HOLDEN - Doneda. passed away  in Campbell River, BC. on April  13. 1992 aged 85 yeais Doneda  formerly ol Selma Park. Sechell is  survived by: her loving husband  Lestei; hei two sons. Mervyn and  wile Irene ol Campbell River; son  Dale and wile Evelyn ol Poil  Coquitlam, BC, live grandchildren,  seven great-grandchildren Grave  side service Thursday, April I6lh  10:00am. Campbell Rivei Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations  may be made to The Davis Bay  United Chuich' would be appreciated. #16  HARPNICK - Passed away Apnl  11,1992. William Harpnick, lale of  Halfmoon Bay, BC, In his 78th  year. Survived by his loving wile  Jessie: 3 daughters; Kathy, ol  Sechell, Marlene, ol Sechelt,;  Janet and husband Wayne New-  combe, of Sechelt; 6 grandchildren; 2 brothers; Joe, of Vancouver; and Nick, of Vernon. Funeral  service was held Wed. Arpil 15 in  Ihe chapel of Devlin Funeral  Home, Gibsons, Rev. Ron Schtn-  dei officiated. Cremation followed.  #16  Expert |  repairs and  servicing on all  brands of sewing  machines.  Singer, Kenmore,  Pfalf, Janome,  Elna, Bernina,  and all makes of  vacuum cleaners.  - Fraa Estimates ���  ALL WORK  GUARANTEED  SEWING MACHINE  & VACUUM CENTRE  Cowrie St., Sechell  (opposite Ban!: cf Montreal,  s     885-8843  Landing Unisex Han Design s  Tanning Salon has now opened a  quality consignment clothing  department. We are now accepting spnng & summer items. Ilems  placed on consignment musl be  of high quality. Call 686-3916  #16*  Learn to scuba dive. Professional  instructors. Full Padi Certification.  Seasport Scuba. 885-9830   (21  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Contact Then & Now Furniture,  699 Highway 101, Gibsons. 886-  4716 or Marlee Fashions.    NC  Help reduce the pel ovei-popula-  lion problem - spay or neuter your  pet. NC  Set ol dtums. $500 aft. 6pm. 886-  8671 ��HW  Tkenand Ham  rwwilwte,  689 Hwy., 101  GIBSONS  666-4716  Water bed, double size, good  cond. $150 885-4704 #17  Moving sale - beige velour sofa,  $250; green tweed sola 6 chair,  $175; 2 bookcases with doois,  $70 each OBO; Kawai electtic  organ with eaiphone 6 bench,  best offer. 886-3992.        #17W  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  #  Ken Dalgleish  886*2843  LOG ENDS  by container  load  886-7033  1 Fender base and P.V. amp.  $800686-9747 #16  Yvonne Barrie is now working as  an outside sales tep. lor Elite  Travel. Call 886-4862 or 886-  2522. #MW  Adull children of Alcoholics or dis-  functional families please call  866-3849 or 665-4622 for help.  NC  15. Wanted  Cranberry bushes and perennials  up to $2 pei shovel load. 886-  4556 _#18W  Old ��� antique carpenters I cabinet  makers tools, also old toy trains a  metal toys. Call oollecl 576-6370.  ���21CN  Wanted - good quality baby's crib  with mattress. 685-7370.   #16cn  Massive dining loom suite, 6  chairs, lable 40'x74" and 2  leaves, 2 pee. hutch with interior  lights lor display, exc. cond.,  $1500 OBO. 866-7767.     #17W  Matching large sola, loveseat 6  chan. almost brand new. Soil  velour type. Teal gieen wilh wood  $600885-645001885-5198 #17  Solid mahogany table �� 5 chairs.  $300.886-9856(lv. mess.) JM6  Sideboard t malching hutch, gd.  cond., $450; plexiglass dining sel  with 4 swivel chaiis, black 6  white, $350; Lazy boy naughahide  club chair, brand new, $500; man-  size armchair, brawn tones, wood  trim, $250; lirm 3/4 bed, $350.  666-4639. _#J7  Dining room lable, 48"-60" (Iwo  12' inserts) includes 6 chairs, gd.  cond., $250.886-8866, ss  21   For Sale  CEDAR SHAKES 1 LUMBER,  any size. Will cuslom cut. 885-  5669 or 885-5601. TFN  6 cyl. Ford marine diesel, 4 -1  capitol gear. $6500. o.b.o., or  trade lor tractor plus cash, 886-  9981. �����  O.E. Electronic range top ol the  line. Solid elements, sell dean,  broiler, elc. as new $675 686-  2730 ��17*  Clearance special Adidas leather  runners, $45 per paii, 1 paii only  lad les while size 5; I paii only  men's while, size 8; 1 pair only  men's black size 81/2. The Landing Clothing Co. 886-2116. #18W  Holpoinl washei 6 Westinghouse  dryer. Exc. cond. Like new. $425;  electric lawn mower $65; weed  eater $10 886-9349 #16  16' "Trapper" Havel trailer fully  equipped sleeps 6, $1200 886-  3159 #18w  6 ft. chesterfield, brown, $100;  queen size waterbed. $100; Inter-  tann cellular phone, $400.885-  3130. #17W  Floor polisher machines (2) $100  each OBO; 8 HP shake splitter  lully hyd. with table, $1200 OBO;  Gailin 2 burner gas like new,  $200; resl. ice machine. $400;  electric 2x2 rankin charbioiler  220, $150 OBO 2 burner gas  meal sauce stove, $150 OBO.  886-8251. #17W  Whirlpool fi/d washer/dryer, harvest gold, $350 OBO; 16 cu. It.  deep Ireeze, $100; double bed  wilh dame, $50; men's 12 sp. racing model bike, $100.886-9657.  #17W  Lapidaiy equipment, 20' lap  grinder, 6 wheel grinding unit, 10'  diamond saw, vibrating tumbler.  685-2613. #17  8 wheeler, call 885-6223.  #17cn  Apple 11GS computer - 2 live  inch floppy drives exc. cond.,  $400; sel ol concert Toms, $100;  base pedal, $25; snare sland, $25  and hi-hat stand, $30 OBO. 886-  7736 all. 6 pm. #I8W  Ladles Campbell goll clubs. 4  woods. 4 Irons, putter. Incl. bag  and cart, $100.665-3440. #15cn  14 N. 'chain link fence, $150. Call  mornings 6 weekends. 686-9296.  #17W  SALE  6' cedai 4x4's. $6 each. 885-  5031. ss  35 mm Ricon cameia outfit incl.  Hash, 100 mm macro, 200 mm  lelephoto, 28-85 zoon plus filters,  worth $2000 .sacrifice $550.885-  5774. #18cn  Mobile Camp Kitchen complete  kitchen wilh stoves, Ireezer fridge,  sinks, utensils. Feeds up to 50  people. All mounted on converted  bus with 350 V6. 5 spd. $6000;  l 20'x30' dining lent with tables,  chairs, $1000.886-6097.   #18cn  110 v elect, range. 3 burner 6  oven, suil RV or boal; 2 new Dan-  loith type anchors c/wilh 30' chain  for boals lo 33'; Weslbend barbecue and cover; metal stroller. 885-  2954. #18cn  LOOKING FOR  SPECIAL HELP?  Kilchen table. 2 chaiis t bench in  good condition, $250. No calls  alter 8pm.8B6-9250.        #16W  8,000 Ib. P.T.O winch and bumper  lor Land Rover; misc Land Rover  paits, model 88 series II. 883-  9228    #17  24' Coloi TV, console stylized  cabinet $150 886-3316 oi 886-  3618  #17  Amana 3 di. almond Itidge/lreezer  wilh ice 6 water dispensers, 25  cu. It. $800. Toshiba microwave  hardly used, still undei wananty,  many extras $195, Husquvarna  chainsaw 2100 $250 686-2513  #17  40 gal elect, water heater, large  dresser, wood burner, 4 wood  bilold doors. Bathioom vanity,  various old doors. 865-2121 #17w  US Govt siezures! Buy dirt cheap!  Cars, houses, boats, lurniture,  more! Call our 24 hour "Auctions  Hotline" 290-0570 Ext. SZ10259  (Fiee recorded message ��� Canadian Division) #16w  IBM Seleclric  BB6-8771.  I typewnier, $150.  TFNs  Try a  Classified ad  offering a Career  Move.  We'll run your ad  in  NORTH  VANCOUVER  ���  CAMPBELL  RIVER  ���  MERRIT  ...and 100 more  B.C. and Yukon  community  newspapers. All  for just  $195  That's over  3,000,000 readers.  If you're BUYING,  SELLING, or  simply TELLING,  IT PAYS TO  SPREAD THE  WORD.  FOR  INFORMATION  CALL  The Coast  News  at 885-3930  . .- ��� ������ Cti.ist News, April It). 1992  21  Ttakf Actt'fantiifBf. offit4r a-Vm- Classified Ati Spcvittl  Rttn yottr classified ad 6 times,   ��$  and pay for only 2 times!  Arlisls canvas, double pnmed  acrylic. 100' roll, 54- wide. $350  8639317 UBC  IBM compalible 640K dual disc  dnve. $550 885 7634       #18cn  Minolta 8 Camcorder video cam  era. $350 OBO. Zenith 21* TV.  $100 886 3663 ItBcn  Aluminum lunnmg boards, slan-  daidcab, $75 885 5002 eves  ��� I Ben  Biand new Bioan built id vacuum  system wilh poweihead and  atlachmenls, $500 885 5774  #18cn  Sideband CB. 12 voll convene!,  miciophone. meter anlenna &  cable, gd cond. $225 885 5690  Mien  Oil lurnace ��� gieal making condition. Tank and accessones incl  Make an oiler alter 6pm 1291  7402. ��l8cn  IBM comptaible, XT style compm  ei. 2 floppies. Epson printer Nl 0,  great loi woid processing, bookkeeping. $650 OBO. 886 4692  11801  SIMS SNOWBOARD 163.5 cm  Teiry Kidwell Freestyle, exc.  COnd.. $400 OBO. 886- 7098 ��1Bw  T * S SOIL Topsoil Bark Mulch-  Mushroom Manure Phone anytime 885-5669 TFN  Deep fieeze. $150; Smith Coiona  printer Call after 5pm. 8864697.  Sanyo portable cellular phone  compact, lighl weight, eigonomrc  design grip belt, $850 OBO. 886-  7097 ss  Float house. 750 sq 11. one  bdrm., propane appliances, wood  heat, $12,800 OBO. 885-1942. ss  Coast News (Monday)  Classified Deadline:  Noon Friday  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  SAWDUST Hemlock/Balsam lot  gardening and hoise bedding.  Cedai and baik mulch loi other.  Gibsons Sand 6 Giavel Lid. 886-  8511 eves. 885-2008. TFN  HAY/Straw$4.00/Bale  GARDEN MULCH HAY  $3.50/Bale  OATS/WHEAT.10/lb.  _PhoneM5-9357  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  885-5644  4' PVC solid oi perforated pipe,  $11; ABS 4: $23:3: $15; 2: $10; 1  1/2'. $8. all 10' lengths, will deliver. 886-3910. TFN  Table charm dinnerwaie sel, Victoria pattern, service lor 8. Original cost. $690. asking $450. 885-  6040. #|8cn  22. Heavy  Equipment  BOBCAT &  MINI EXCAVATOR  FOR RENT  Attachmenls available  DAY, WEEK. MONTH  886-8538  JCB Backhoe 4 in 1 buckel 1000  houis $10,000883-9228     #17  1974 Dalsun 260Z alpine sleieo,  mags, sprnnei hubs, Pirelli lues,  new biakes. exc shape $3500  OBO 886-7378 ss  1978 Ponliac Trans Am, goldlimit  ed edition, glass t tops. 4 spd.  hurst $3000 OBO 885 9281 #16w  1975 Olds, small V8. no lusl oi  rattles, mechanically A-1. needs  paint. $450 OBO 886 3108    #17  I9BI Z-28 T top 4 spd needs  minor repairs $1200. 1970 Volkswagon Van. nans, axel and body  $80 883 9228 #17  1990 Chev Sprmt like new.  30.000 miles $5000 885-22061117  1990 VW Cabnolnl. black, giey,  wananly. loaded exc shape  $17.900886 4982 #17  1979 Volkswagon Rabbit, $500.  8868165 ��l6w  1974 Muslang II. V6, good lunnmg cond, Call Dale $300, 686-  3077 evenings, #!6w  1984 Chev Cavalier, station  wagon. $3800 OBO 885-5528  #16w  78 Honda Civic, needs work to  pass inspection, luns well, good  loi pans 886-96313 $300    #18w  1981 Plymouth Hoiizon, new  biakes. tires, muffler, good working order. $850.885-6365. ��I7W  1976 Chrysler Cordoba, gd.  cond., low mileage, mounted  snow lues, asking $1000. 885-  4831. #16W  CLASSIC BEAUTY  1955 Buick. 2 dr. hardtop, led 6  while, good runner, $6250 OBO.  Mike 885-7509. #!7cn  6" pump on skid wilh 3 cyl. diesell  engine, needs repair $1800 883-  9228 DIB  Bobcal 600 oi 700 allachmenls  883-9228 #17  John Deeie 440 skiddei. rebuilt  engine, transmission, $11,000  OBO, 885-3670. ��18cn  Bobcal lor hire, cheap rales 886  4668 #16W  955 CAT loader $10,000 885-  2503 ss  Towing  lully  Ittutretl  Old cat recycling  Ciuli fur 82-92 cara  .mil rltMii ntnncn  l-'ree I'ivh-iip  886-7227  Wriiti'  1972 Cougar 351 Cleveland.  needs minor work $650 OBO  886-8199 Altei 6 00pm        #16  1974 Ford Club wagon $500 886-  2912or886-2606 TFN  1989 Hyundai Excel CX ssp, low  mileage, still under warranly,  super sleieo unit. $5800 OBO  885-9508 01885-5325       #l8w  1978 Cordova lor parls. $100  883-9228 or 883-2183 #18  1974 Volvo. 6 cyl, $800 Swap lor  Iruck. 883-2630. #16  1989 Escort exc cond Owned by  non-smokei. $5000 phone 886-  7253 eves, ��18w  1982 Ford van, 300, 6 cyl, slandaid, captains chaits.bencb seat,  Skylight, $1500 885 7165 ��I7W  1984 Dodge Caiavan, 4 cyl,  auto., $4000 lirm. 885-9789 ��17W  1969 Chevelle Super spoil rebuilt  396. new initio 400. black/black  ps. pb. luo mucn lo list Have all  bills lo prove $6500 886-0911 # 17  '81 Honda Prelude, $2500 OBO.  886-3663. #!8cn  1987 Honda Prelude 20SI, red,  93,000 kms,, exc. cond., service  lecords. 886-2616, #18cn  I960 Buick Cenlury LTD, 4 dr.,  exc. cond., $2550; 1981 Cutlass  Supieme Biougham. exc. cond.,  $2900 Phone B86-8266.   #18cn  ENGINES ��� 100,000 kms. Warranty. Machine Shop 666-9475.  Men  1977 Fold Van, runs good, needs  battery S muffler. $500.686-3050.  #1801  1989 Dodge Omni 36,000 kms..  PT. wananly, $5500 OBO. 886-  8922 ss  76 Chevy Nova, engine rebuilt.  $600. Call mornings 6 weekends.  886-9296.  #1W  OIL'FILTER  CHANGE  $19  95  INSTALL:  ���4 UTflES OF MOTOn OIL  AND OIL FILTER     D����P��r  ^ftrP*"  I l.ooailM CHRYSLER SSS-3433  '81 Colony Park S/W. PW/PS,  PB/PD locks, cruise, air, AM/FM  cassette, $3200 OBO. 79 Coido-  ba PS/PB. PW, aii A cruise.  $1200 OBO, 886-2733. #17W  1984 Jeep Cherokee, 4 dr, 4wd, 4  cyl, aulo, low kms, suniool,  am/lm, radio well mainlained.  $7995886-8295 #16  1990 Ford Aerostar. XL 7 passenger A-1 condilion, $14,900. 886-  8481. ss  4-14' Spinner Hubcaps. 866-9346  after 5pm NC  1980 Lincoln Versailles Collector's  rlem, exc. cond, $3000.886-2826  ss  '81 Honda Civic aulo, $600 OBO  after 6pm 886 8871.        #I6W  1972 Volkswagen loi sale or  parts, luns well, lots ol rusl, $300.  886-9856 (lv, mess), #16  19*1 Oldsmobile Cutlass  Supreme, 350, air cond., power  windows, very gd, cond, $1200  OBO. Season split alder, $50,  truck load cedar, $30. Call 885-  6435. #16  '88 Meicury Topaz, like new,  $5500 886-283301886-7484. ss  1986 Ponliac 6000 4 dr., 4 cyl.,  aulo,, PS/PB, powei dr. locks,  AC. AM/FM slereo. $4995 OBO.  886-2111 or 886-9018. ss  '1977 Ford Granada V8 aulo.,  exc. cond., 69,000 ks., $1800.  885-3374. ss  CASH PAID  Foi Some Cais And Tiucks  Dead Car Removal  Abex Used Auto Parts  and Towing  686-2020  TFN  1973 Supei Beetle $2SU0 oou.  883-9234. ss  1980 Camaio 305 aulo. T-Tops.  Rally rims. $2600 885-7113,  ss  1976 New Vorker. A-1 cond, low  mileage $1900 886-9025       ss  CHEAP! FBI/US. SEIZED  69 Meicedes $200. 86 VW. $50;  87 Meicedes$IOO; 65 Muslang.  $50 Choose liom thousands  starling $25 FREE 24 hour  lecoidrng reveals details 801 -379  2935 Copynghl ��BCI04JC,   #22  Used Caiaaio T-Top, $495 loi Ihe  sel, wilh coveis. 886-9500 anytime ss  1975 Olds Cutlass Supieme.  $600 obo 886-8862        TFNs  1974 Oldsmobile, new biakes and  exhausl Mechanically sound.  $2400 obo. 885-1943 ss  Low Cost  Autos  from $400 and up  Call885-40C  '82 Mazda RX7 in exc. cond.. well  mainlained 105,000 miles, spate  winlei tiles on Urns, $4000.886-  8032. #I6W  1985 Plymouth lurismo black, 5  spd mags, sunrool, sleieo. new  clutch, rad, exhausl, biakes.  $2500 060 Call 886-8034 Nick  eves. #16  '81 Ford escort, ps, pb. $1200  886-3559 #16  1981 Toyola 4x4, good condilion  Asking $1900 885-4818      #16  1983 Mazda B2000 wilh canopy.  iu. new tites, 135,000 k $2800  OBO 886-4558 #18w  1988 Mazda p/u Canopy, liner  Ziebart, v/clean one ownei $7950  885-4866 #18w  1980 Foid p/u, heavy hall. Good  condilion, liner & canopy 885-  5236 $5200 ��!8w  '80 Bronco, running cond., bush  bealer or parts Iruck, $500.886-  7247. #17W  1978 Dalsun Pickup, rusty, runs  well, $120886-9390 #16w  78 Dalsun pickup, rusty, runs  well, $120.886-9390.       #17W  76 Dodge window van, rusly bul  luns okay, $300. James 886-  8347. ��!8cn  1989 VW caigo van, many exlias,  gd. lor camper conveision. Ovei  $25,000 invested. $11,500. 885-  6237 eves. #17cn  1987 Chev S10 extended cab  wrangler pkg., 103.000 kms.  Black 6 silver, new lues, exhausl  & biakes, $6000 OBO. 886-2616.  ��l6cn  1976 Fargo W20 power wagon,  4X4, dually, cab chasrs wilh deck.  Lots ol new 6 H/D pails. 440  comm. duly engine, aulo., lull  lime 76,000 mi., purchase by Apiil  15 S choose your colour, $2000  OBO. 886-7227. #16cn  1986 Red 4 runner, Toyola, very  low mileage. 5 spd, 4whl diive.  $11,500. Lawnboy lawn mowei,  like new. $130, 2111 fibreglass  boal V8 GMC power, $3900 885-  7738, #16w  1978 Jeep Wagoneer for pails  low mileage, gas/piopane  molor/RV cam. liailei hitch, mags,  new exhaust. $600 lakes all 885-  3539 aller 5pm. #17W  79 Foid F250 4X4 good shape,  no rusl, $6500 886-8443   I16W  1974 Foid Club WagonVan. Exlia  seal, asking $500 Phone 886-  29I2OI886-2606 ��l6w  77 Dalsun X cab 5 spd., in good  cond.. new lues, $950.886-8032.  ��� I6W  1987 Toyola. Sid. 5 spd, exc.  condilion. L-box. 51,000 kms,  $6000 8832234 #16  1974 Ford Club wagon van. Extra  seal, asking $500 Phone 886-  2912or886-2606 #16  1977 F250 crewcab, 351 mod.,  aulo,. P/S, canopy spaie motor  and trans,, $1600,886-8682.  #I6SS  1988 Chev. Cheyenne 1/2 Ion  pick-up, 4.3 Hire V6, PS/PB,  61,000 km., box mal. toolbox.  $8700 885-2836,885 7413.   SS  1985 Bronco II 4X4, aulo, CD  player, gd, cond,, $7500 OBO.  Days 886-9332 all. 7 eves. 686-  2983 ss  77 lIic-.j Nomad, deluxe window  van, parts. 886-2878. ss  1953 Chev 1/2 ton. Rebuilt  engine Radiais. $2700 obo  8851943. ss  25   Campers  1971 21 11. Skylark Havel trailer.  excel, rami $3800 OBO 885-  9524 ��l7w  1980 2111. Class C Security  motothome, 400 Foid Chateau  chassis, sleeps 6. teal kilchen,  lop condilion. $14,000 Call 885  5688 mew  1978 IIII, Husky campei, Slove.  luinace 3 way Iridge. 110 A 12  voll wired dbl sink, walei. toilet.  hydraulic lacks, plus Ire-down bar.  exc cond. $3000886-3401   #17  1991 30' Citation Supieme 5th  loaded, truck incl. exc. shape.  886 4982 #17  8 t/2 II. Tiuck Campei, 3 way  Indge. piopane luinace and  slove. Good clean cond. Can be  seen al Wilson Creek Campground Site 11 Asking $1200  #!6w  20 It. sailboat on trailer. $2500  886-4566 #16  18 1/2 II. 5th Wheel, 1983, gd.  cond., suite small Iruck. $9500.  883-1194. #!7cn  1972 22 11. motor home, new  molor, brakes, rubber, gd. cond.,  $7495.885-7205 #17cn  1411 Voyagei trailer $500 OBO  886-7010 #!6w  O.H. camper, 3 way fridge, slove.  luinace, 8 1/2 It $1500. 885-  4832. ss  1975 Argosy 26 ll��� gd. cond, fully  equipped, $6500. 886-2885 all.  4pm. #17W  1978 Dodge Man-van, sound system. TV, lully equipped, good 9  oul olio., $9000.885-2210.#17W  18 1/2' 5th wheel, good cond.  Suit small truck. 883-1194 $9500  #16  Aristocratic lowliner Iravel trailer,  sleeps three. 13 6. to hitch, easy  pull, asking $1000.885-4831,  #16W  For sale > Boler trailer, $1950  OBO. 886-8487 ss  1978 Prowler 23' Iravel trailer,  tandem axle, rear bedroom, exc.  cond., $5500.885-5774.    #l8cn  Full size fibreglass canopy, $75.  885-5774 #l8cn  18.5 II. plywood boal, cuddy  cabin, lull lop, Merc cruiser I/O,  compass, depth soundei, new  battery, roll anchor and chain,  trailer, A-1 shape. Phone 885-  3246. #16  Excellenl condilion. 1411 Mirro  Crall aluminum boal. wilh swivel  seats. 9.9 Evinrude new highlinei  trailer used approx. 50km. $2700  Call 885-9041 #l8w  14 It. Thornes aluminum boal,  deep wide hull, wilh 1988, 20 hp  Johnson and trailer. Low hours on  motor $2200 886-7951 #17  I Wanled: Boal house 36 to 40'  long, 18' wide max. 18' vertical  clearance minimal. Lome: 885-  3167 885-3244 #16w  1311. Runaboul 20 hp meic/Hailei.  center consul $800 OBO 885-  5405 #17  Moorage available Coho Manna  Resort. Madeira Park, up lo 40  boat $3 00 pel lool by monlh-  yearly oi $4 00 pel lool by month  Recreation nailer sites also available. 843-2248 #17  MOORAGE  Pendei Haibour Monthly and  Yearly 883-9177 oi 883-9855116  27' Calalina Sloop. Diesel  Inboard, dinette version, propane  slove. good cond. $18,000 885-  2001 #16  16' Run about/ lull canvas, 80hp  Meic, galvanized trailer, loads ol  exlias $5700 OBO 883-9027 #16  14' Hobie Cat Asking $1200.886-  8295 #16  13 1/2 Houislon wilh Twin V 30  HP Evintude. Highliner trailer,  $2450. 885 3130. #17W  30 II. sailboat, diesel Rawson.  $30.000.883-1112. #I6W  72 Evintude 18 HP short shall.  Hike new, $350 OBO, 79 Volvo  Pentra 450, $500 OBO; 18 ft. yellow cedar mahogany boal wilh 40  HP Johnson rebuilt spare leg, full  canvas fibreglass over wood hull  sleeps 3 with bailer ILL $1000  liin,. 886-8251. #17W  1981 20' double Eagle hardtop  200 HP Volvo 280 leg. |H-6|. Gibsons Manna. $17,500 886-2694  ss  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9 9-20 30 40 50 70 HP 1989  1990 Eviniudes Excellent condilion. Lowes Resort, 883 2456  TFN  Yes! Theie is a reliable local  propelloi repair service. 885  5278 TFN  19' Inboaid Clinker runabout, very  last and kl lop condilion. surveyed  value $8500. olleis S trades con  srdeied 886 2738 ss  1979 27' Bayliner Viclona C/B  255-280 Leg, new engine, low  houis, lots ol exlias, $24,900  OBO 463 8919 or 463 6959   ss  18' Davidson sailboat, new main,  new cushions, exc cond. $3800,  885-9333 ss  MV. Blacklist!. 24' Owens, well  appointed laige fish deck. Coasl  Guaid inspected, featuring new  Swann aulo, anchoi pkg.. new  LMS, 200 w/Lotan C, new fenders  & brackets, mooting lines, new  windows, completely tefinished  hull and swimgiid. new handrails,  flush mounl Fishon rod holders  (5) FWC 318 Chrysler, $8,000.  885-7977. ss  MOORAGE Pender Harbour 883-  9855. #16  Rubbei rait: Avon-Rovei R3-40,  max. 15 HP. 1/2 piice, $2200.  685-2306. ss  1811. Davidson sailboat. 3 sails. 4  HP manner outboard & trailer,  $3500; 14 It. Thornes aluminum  boat 8 Sears trailer. $1000.886-  2396. #180!  Swap 36It. Trojan Tiicabin, exc,  twin engines, $69,000 for property  on Sunshine Coasl. 885-2954.  11601  SECHELT MARINE  SURVEYS LID.  captain Bill Murray I  M C M M.C.   M N A M S.|  M A.B Y C    ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants!  25' Mariner Commande bridge,  sleeps 6, 470 Merc VHF, depth  sounder, boat house kepi, good  lamily boat, large fishing deck  $13,000 OBO 883-9422       #17  19 II. Sealoner Volvo Penh)  Calkins trailer needs exhaust  manifold, $3500.886-3457.    ss  19 1/2 ft. Sangster on trailer, 150  Johnson wilh Irim lilt, skis, life  jackets, anchor, oars, inboard  tanks 6 day lanks. ($500 4 woik  done on engine). $3750.886-  3001. ss  16' Sangsier/lrailer new moloi  $5000885-2908 #17  Volvo 270 Stem Dnve parts, AO  140 and 145 pails. $10 and up.  Paii manifolds and risers lor OMC  V8 Chev. $250 883-9228     #18  Moorage: Secrel Cove Jolly  Roger Inn 26' 6 40' slips. Alex  885-8831 #18  27. Mobile Homes  REGENT-NEW  Built in Alberta a quality mobile  home, 2 bdrm. deluxe. The finest  14'x67' mobile on the Coasl Foi  only $54,900 Open 7 days a  week loi viewing S CM HP  886-9826 TFN  By ownei, 12x68 mobile home.  call 886-3039, 886 7306        ss  Numbei 24 Big Maples Adull  Park, Sechell 2 bdrm. exc location 1 eveiylhing in lop condilion  886-8320 #17W  24x52 thiee bdrm doublewide 5  appl. must be moved avail mid-  Match, $35,000 886-9229      ss  Move In h Enjoy  This immac. 14x70; 2 bdrm features lull 4 pee. balh, soaker tub,  new 12'x16' deck, new rool, 4w  25 yi guarantee, big lav room, gas  heat, beautilully landscaped  Rockland Wynd Nick 885-6340  Valley Pacilic. #16  VIEW HOME - 14'x70' in adult  park, new carpets, 2 bdrm., 3  appliances, large lot, trull trees  and gardens. 885-7654.   ��16W  $54,900-1992- 14'x66'Irani and  rear bedioom, 2 balhs, skylights,  deluxe decor, slereo, dishwasher.  Located #I04-S.C.M.H.P. 886-  9826, TFN  28. Motorcycles  Pender Harbor molocylce club  wishes to announce Iheir 5lh  Annual Cross Counlry Dirt Bike  Races Apnl 26lh Fun toi Ihe  whole lamily Foi mlo call 683  9971 Andy Ross #16w  28   Motorcycles        W 31   For Re  '86 Honda Aspencade. exc  cond, gaiage kepi, $7500 866  9595 ss  360 Yamaha, trill bike, $175  Eves 885 5002 ��18cn  1982 Yamaha 750 V-win. black,  immaculate 6 pipes $2200 OBO  8865405 1117  1985 Kawasaki GPZ 550 spoil  bike Stock exc shape $2200  8864982 ��I7  Monlasa 250, onioad/ofl road,  exc shape. $1200 $899 886  7655 or 220 9564 ss  29   Wanled lo Rent  Designer/carpenlei seeking  house/collage to lent oi shaied  accomm. Also willing to perlrom  lenovalion woik & property mainl  in lieu of renl, Paul. Vancouver  873-2180 #17  Employed couple with 1 child &  dog seek 2-3 bdim home, up lo  $750 per mo. Rel, Avail. May 1st  886-4983 ��16w  Renl or lease 3 bdrm. plus home  near Gibsons. Reliable woiking  adults. Phone 483-4562.    #I7W  Wonderful Family Needs Home  3-4 bdim. in Roberts Creek, May  1.885-7702 rets, avail.     #17cn  Pender Haiboui aiea, 2 oi 3  bdim. lancher, level entry, mature  adults. 883-9822. #17cn  Young senior needs accomodation house/suite oi share same  May oi June 1st, reasonable renl.  long lease. Sechell 885-7438  a!tet 5;00pm. #17  Cottage foi lamily ol lour Al or  near beach, July 1-14,886-7415,  ��I7W  Roberts Creek lo Sechell aiea,  prelei shared accom., rels avail.  required immed. Irom Apiil lo  Aug. call 886-8755 and leave  mess, loi Nancy. TFNs  31. For Renl  2 bdrm lurnished condo. Jolly  Roger al Secrel Cove. Weekly  and monthly rates. 885-7882 #16  2drm, den up, laige patio, 1 bdrm  a lumpus down 2 bathrooms  newly decorated 4 new appliances, lower Gibsos $800 monlh.  Avail May 1st. Sorry no pets  please 879-1060 #16  Small nailer, sutiable I adull.  Cedais Trailer Court, $300 885-  3313 #l8w  2 bdrm nailer, Cedais Trailer  Court, $400885-3313        ��18w  1 bdim w/l collage wilh sunioom  on acieage $485 886-9600   #16  2 bdrm main lloor. view, hydro  incl, $650 per mo 886-8091 #18*  1 bdim suite in Iri-lex, Maiine  Drive $620 includes hydro. May  1st 886-2260 #18  For Renl/Lease Waleiliont 'The  Castle- al Roberls Cieek ��� Cozy  heritage collage, extensively renovated, large sunny living room, 3  bdrms. 1 bath, sun room/studio. &  gaiage. 886-9863 or 921-8386  #18  3 bdim Roberls Creek, 5 appl,  skylight, l/p, built in vacuum. $650  p/m No pels 886-8725 Weekends  or 1-439-1652 #18  2 bdrm plus - Redioolls $675/pm  5 appl Large lot Avail May I si. I-  732-9247 #18  Sechell Village ��� Duplex open to  view 11 30am ��� 3:00pm. Sal April  18lh. one side ol duplex - 2 bdrm  house/basment. newly decorate.  wall to wall, 4 appl. window coverings, 2 laige decks (1 covered)  No pels $750 pm Avail April 18th  other side ol duplex, new immaculate 2 bdrm rancher, 5 appl, wall  lo wall, window coverings, jac-  cuzzi hm lub No pels, $850 pm.  Avail May I si on laige fenced lot  oo69 Trident Ave Sechell.    #18  Ideal lamily townhouse. centially  located Gibsons 1324 sq. II., 3  bedrooms, I 1/2 balhs, fireplace,  washei, dryer, dishwasher. 3  decks, yard $800 monlh 886-4692  #18  1 bdrm duplex very clean, Suil I  person $400 per month.  S.C.M.H.P. 886-9826 #16  2 bdim suite Cential Gibsons.  $375 pei month leave message  886-9337 #16  GIBSONS Spacious I bdim. suile  avail immed , $550/mo 298-  5215 #17W  Supeib 1 bdrm view apl. across  liom Gibsons Yacht Club.  Kilchen lilled blinds caipel  patios Security door, lauudiy  $650886-3420 ��!6w  GIBSONS 3 bdrm, 2 bath, soaker  tubs, garage, laundry. 5 appis  (1/2 duplex) good location.  $850/mo 2985215 ��17W  I bdim bacheloi suite, pnvale  enhance, lull cable included,  panoiamic view, walk lo lerry.  $450 886 7394 ��16W  Cozy 2 bdim duplex near Marina  and shops Call Bill 886 2277 oi  Sam 581 8078 avail May 1 #I6W  3 bdim I 1/2 balh lownhouse.  central Gibsons, adull oriented  No pels Avail May I. $600/mo  8867051 I16w  Renl oi sale Excel terms I bdrm  older mobile home, Sechell aiea  Furnished or unfinished 885  7940 .16  Ag,   ��      RITZ  MOTEL  Gibsons  Weekly, Dally Rates  866-3343  I bdtm duplex, $400/mo. avail  now' 2 bdim, duplex, $450, avail  May I, i utils.. S.C.M.H.P. 886-  9826 #15W  1 bdim. suite W/F view, $362/mo.  883-9177 or 883-9855       #17W  Building suitable lor large vehicle  storage and repairs, Hallmoon  Bay area 885-2703.        ��17cn  2 bdim. walertronl semidelached  on acreage, Porpoise Bay, $595,  886-9600 ��l5cn  PROPERTY  MANAGEMENT  SERVICES  i - i  s3  1  Steve Sawyer  HcMtlt'iiliiil  < milium iul  Industrial  1 retirement unit  available.  Restrictions apply.  Relerences  required  Call Steve  Business  Opportunities:  I have a number  of very exciting  business opportunities available.  Call me   SEAMOUNT  INDUSTRIAL PARK  Fabulous 1.500 sq. II.  warehouse/shop/manu-  facluring plant with  office, shower, mezzanine anil huge ciane.  Large lot wilh easy  access loi any size tiuck.  laces highway, close lo  Gibsons Mall.  Wi> will      Screen potential mutt-is  [in moving in Inspection  Arrange fm maintenance  f, repairs  Called ihr- renl A damage  ilepusrl  D(8bui8B font monies lo  OWIIPI  Do moving oul Inspection  FOH LEASE  \|i|ini\i til. nun in  I.WOsu,. n.iil'lilhllltilis  itlilT Spilt'l' ill lllltIT  (iilmnns hum. I.iiml-  luril limy pun ail*- siime  li'iiM'liulil impian rini'iils.  FOR LEASE  LOCATION  LOCATION  LOCATIONI  Fabulous retail space  immediately adjacent lo  Galiano Market, Sechelt  (Bemadelte's Galleiies)  Perlect location tor your  relail business.  Avoid all the hassles  and problems and tor  just a pittance.  CALL tbe Piopeity  Management Expeil  STEVE SAWYER at  GIBSONS  REALTY LTD.  886-2277  3 bdrm mobile. Porpoise Bay.  nicely decorated, clean,  washer/dryer $675/mo utilities  included. 1-986-0459 #17  "Garage with a view" Long, with  raised woikshop space across  Gibsons Marina $200 1-738-3493  #17  2 bdim waterliont home Wesl  Sechell . newly renovaled. $800  per month 885-3247 alter 6pm or  leave message #17  Deluxe Jolly Roger view condo. I  bdrm lully lum. 5 appl. avail May  i .lune.io $550 pei/mo 6 util  Phone Bill 885-5714 or Bill 585-  9554 #17  1 bdim collage near Sandy Hook.  $375 Avail May 15 utils extia 885-  3982 #18  4 bdrm home. 6 appl Arena area.  Avail til Oct. $750  2 bdrm home Roberts Cieek Avail  May 1 $700  Cozy 2 bdim home, Sechelt Avail  May 1,$550 .  NRS Century West Realty Lid.  Property Managment 885-2235  #16  I 32. Commercial  for Rent  1165 sq. II. relail, Sechell, Ihree  private offices. $780 net,  2000,-10,000 square feel, exposure, will build lo suil  New office space 800-2400 sq. fl.  Wilson Creek. $8,00nel  Relail space New Plaza 900-3000  sq. It. 14.00 net  Egmonl 1 bdim laige cabin, sun  deck, fully lumished, on walei  Avail May 15 No pels, N/S. rels  lease possible 863 2222  ��17cn  Egmonl Clean 2 bdim mobile  home, 924 sq II plus sloiage  loom, laige dek, avail immed .  N/S no pels, rels lease possible  883 2222 It7cn  1 bdrm basemenl suite, lurnished  $425/mo utils incl. single working petson. no pels Gaiden Bay  883-9921 ��17cn  Gibsons 2 bdim oceanview suits  Avail May I si $550 pei/mo 886-  4773     ' .16  Roberls Creek sunny large 3  bdrm F/P 3 appl, deck, $950 '  1/2 utils ��� 1 bdrm suite sunny.  airtight, aliached gieenhouse.  $575* 1/4 mils Arthur 885 9859  ���17W  For lease 1/2 acre property near  Sechell t new school sel up lor  mobile home only 461 -3795 #16w  2 bdim lownhouse quiet comei ol  senior complex Avail May 1 886  <  7263 #16w  1 bdim apart Utils. uncluded.  Rels. No pets, n/s 1 working per.  son. Oeposrt $400 p/monlh, 886-  9233 #15w  Nice waterlront apl. al Seciel  Cove $650 Please call Hood al  885-9368 oi leave message. #15  RV Spaces Residenlial/Consl.  workers, lull hook-up. lei, catv.  avail. Gibsons area large landscaped sites. $200/mo Incl elec.  886-7051 ��!5w  Lower Gibsons 2 bdrm,view  suite Newly Renovated throughout, has laundry,pnvale sloiage  , leave message. 883-9707 #15w  | 3 bedrooms - 1,620 sq. It., near  - new townhouse. 1 1/2 balhs, 5  I appliances, coveied sundeck, cai-  1 port. $800 per mo. 886 4680 TFN  3 bdrm. full basemenl view home  lowei Gibsons, avail. May 1,  $875/mo. Phone 885-2978 alt.  5pm. #16W  1 bdim. bright, mountain view,  poich, laige bedroom, $495 plus;  . 2 bedioom sunny, giound lloor,  I $525 plus. Arthur 885-9859.#17W  Brighl. spacious 1 bdrm. suite,  avail May 1, $500/mo., incl. utils.  886-3573. #17W  2 bdrm. apartment, new building,  quiel. secure, lower Gibsons near  to amenities. Filled kitchen,  blinds, carpets, balcony, laundry  | lac, $745.886-3420.        #17W  Tiail Island aparlmenls. Wesl  Sechell. beautiful ocean view. 2  bdrms. stove, fridge avail,  immed., $600.885-5143.     #16  Don Sutherland ot PEBBLES  REALTY LTD.will support your  Residenlial, Commeicial or Industrial investment. Pebbles provides  a lull service PROPERTY MANAGEMENT PACKAGE. Call Pebbles al 886-8107 lot details. TFN  N/S lemale prefers same lor  shared accommodation In my  home, $3S0/mo. North Rd., Gibsons. 886-8095. TFNs  3 bdim apl. central Gibsons heal  incl $575 886-8150 TFN  Giant Realty  886 3330  TFN Gust News, April JO. 1992  -  Coast News (Monday Edition) Classified Deadline:  Noon Fridays - Gibsons & Sechelt Offices  34   Help Wanted       I 34   Help Wanted  600 sq 11 piolessional ollice  space giound How lots ol park  ing on Fainham Rd. upper Gibsons Can 886- 7020 days.    TFN  Light industrial 750 sq II units.  $475/mo Available immed in  Gibsons Call Margin 921-6751  #17W  RETAIL SPACE FOR LEASE  Seaview Place. Hwy 101. Gibsons 650 sq II S 1300 sq. It  Lome 1-7319683 TFN  3/0 sq 11 sloie Ironi with/without  storage area Approx 600 sq It  warehouseta/oi shop space  Fenced outside area also avail  Ceniial Sechelt B857090  #l5w  Davis Bay. Wilson Creek Hall  available WhMicrmi facilities.  885 2752. M5-9M3 #21  "nbens Cieek Hall avail. dances,  parlies, weddings Yvonne 886  7815 TFN  STORAGE  Healed, pallatized, gov't  approved Len Wiay s Translei  Lid 886 2664 TFN  34   Help Wanled  ACTIVITY COORDINATOR  Kiwanis Village Caie Home, a 38  bed IC facility invites applications lor the above position. Qualifications, degiee oi diploma in  Itieiapeulrc recreation. Class 4  dnvers. experience in Long Teim  Caie Closing dale April 22. Send  resumes lo D. Regnier, RR#I.  Sile 7, Gibsons, BC VON IVO #16  SniOOI.Iai.NTItUT  Nn.i<; ist'NsiiiM':  count  CUSUCALT88T  IVrsnns   intereslt-il   in  obtaining clerical  paettitani with School  Pnatrir Nn 111 in-  required t.a achieve ;i  4,iti.sLui,irv standard on  our clerical teal before  btdni i-iiiisiiii-ra'ii for  regular enployment  Tha Microufl Worlu  Program on ���>  Macintoah computer ii  USl-ll  A taetinj aeaaion haa  bean tathoduled for  Data-: IVedneadny,  Mux SO, 1898  Time: Tiki  i ��� >"  Placet Chatelech  Secondary School-Room  103  Persona wiihini to sit  the teat should contact  Mrs Put Hughson .it  the School Hi in nl Office  886-8811  Home Support Woikers Gibsons  and Sechelt areas We are looking lor people with a mature attr  lude wno will en|oy working wilh  semois and lamilies in Ihen  homes We ollei llearble houis.  support and training. You musl be  in good physic.il and menll heallh.  and nave a cat with a valid  license Experience and naming  in health caie or in woiking with  Ihe elderly is an assel Please  phone 6S5 5144 #16  Assemble lighl produds from  home Fasy work excellent pay'  We provide details 24his (6041  623-2380Exl ��A74 IIS  Temp Help wanled loi counter  person Appiy ,ii Henrys Bakery  mam. *16  Exp kilchen lielil wanled immed  Only serious apphcanls please  Hikles Rest B66 3434       #l6w  Seaview Gaidens requires wail-  'esses 4 busperson Apply within  886 9219 ��l8w  CHARKOCHIK  Ihe home ol charbioiled chicken  requires phone peisons, delivery  drivers Apply in person Gibsons  Park Plaza ��l8w  Childcare worker requned Pender  Harbour/Scchell Part-time, conliacl posilion lo woik wilh children  with challenging behaviour Houis  negotiable Pay $10 13/hi Previous experience and education an  assel. Please subtmi resume by  May I lo Co-ordinalor, Special  Services lo Children, c/o Commu-  nily Services, Box 1069. Sechelt.  BC VON 3A0. 885-5881,    ��17W  VOLUNTEERS  NEEDED  An Outdoor Fair in  Sept. needs volunteers to help in a  number ot positions.  Volunteer Driver  with gov't reg. car seat  needed to drive patient to medical appts.  in Gibsons. Expenses  reimbursed.  Tht Baby Clinic in  Sechelt needs help  on Wednesdays Irom  1 - 3:30pm.  A Transition Houee  needs a volunteer to  help with grocery  shopping Tues. 4 Fri.,  two hours a day.  The Telephone Tree  in Sechelt needs a coordinator. Flex, hours,  work from home.  For these and more  opportunities con-  act the Volunteer  and Information  Centre at  88S-S881  A service funded by  The Ministry ot Social  Sen/ices  Fully qualified hair stylist wilh own  clientele pielened, but not necessary. The position is available due  lo one ol oui stylists leaving the  industry Please call Elaine 886-  3916 ��i6w  Sunshine Coasl Figure Skaling  Club requires Piolessional coach  lor 1992/93 season, loi group and  private lessons. Apply lo Box  1316 Sechell, BC VON 3A0 or  Contacl Baib Norton 886-9005  alter 8:00pm #t5w  Require installers lor vinyl siding  company musl have own ladders,  tools and relerences. Mon-Fri  885-4572 ��!5w  Is looking for  DOOR PERSONAL  Apply in person to Clint  Wed to Sat between  pm  MOprr  Lord Jim's Resort now accepting  applications lor from desk, sous  chef, prep cooks, P/T housekeepers and waitresses lor 1992 season. Phone 885-7038.      ��15W  Gibsons Bus now hiring friendly,  reliable bus drivers, full/part lime.  886-9318. #17W  Yard maintenance company has a  part-time posilion avail, immed.  for a responsible person. Conlacl  Lorraine or Bill, 885-9041. #17cn  $200-1500 WEEKLY  Assemble products at home.  Easy! No selling. You're paid  direct. Fully Guaianteed. FREE  24 Hour Recording. 801-379-2985  Copyright #BC104DH.      #26W  $40,000,yr! READ BOOKS  and TV Scripts, Fill oul simple  "like/don'l like" lorm. EASY! Fun,  relaxing al home, beach, vacations. Guaianteed paycheck.  FREE 24 Hour Recording, 801-  379-2905 Copyright ��BCI04EB.  #26W  $40,000 yrl READ BOOKS and  TV Scripts. Fill oul simple  "like/don't like" lorm Easy! Fun  relaxing al home, beach, vacations. Labor shortage, guaianteed  paycheck.    Also,    Coirec-  lions $30,000, Read TV  Scripts $50,000, Numbei  pages $21.000,Make  Index $30,000, FREE 24  houi recording reveals details.  801-379-2905 Copyright  ���BC104GB Hurry! Oiler ends  soon! ��23  EASY ASSEMBLY any hours.  $339.84 week, family of 3 earns  $4417,92 monthly. FREE 24 Hour  Recording Reveals Details 801-  379-2985 Copyright #BC104HH  #23  when you  pay for 2  FOR ONE WEEK  in cither the Monday  or Weekender edition  up to 10 words  25 conts for each  additional word.  Births, lost &  founds; Free  All classifieds must be  pre-paid before insertion.  Sure Sell Classifieds  $15 up to 10 words  $1 each additional word  Your ad, selling one item, will run 4 consecutive weeks,  then will be cancelled unless you instruct us to renew it  by classlf led deadline ��� Not available for commercial advertisers \  Coast News  CLASSIFIED DEADLINES:  Monday Edition Weekender  Noon Friday Noon Tuesdays  Qlbsons 886-2622 Sechelt 885-3930  35   Business &  Home Services  CERAMIC TILES"  Will install Iree eslimales 885  5404 Wayne ��I7  NICK'S PAINTING  Small |ob specialist Quality weak  guaianteed 885 6340        TFN  COAST TREE lopping, falling.  dangei Hee lemoval. lully insured,  piompl service 885-9577 oi 649  1748 Hab Beam mg  Certified Saw Filer  IIIH MILL SERVICES  Sharpening A Rtpalls  lo nil cutting tools Including  Mowei Blades A Chalnsaws  Jamie Harrop  MSiawHIea^ata-aaa   aOUtU  Home repair f, maintenance, yaid  woik. hauling, leasonable rains  Consideration lor pensioners No  toll loo small 885 3580 eves 5 7  pm ��l5cn  PRESSURE WASHING  Boals, Vinyl sided Houses, Indus-  trial Equipmenl. Pools. Patios.  Sidewalks, Fences, flools, Fiee  Eslimales Call Rick8860076.  #17W  LAWN (GARDEN CARE  Low rates: We have mower,  biushsaw, chamsaw. seeder,  pruning equip, and a trailer lor  haul away A friendly neighboui  you can count on. Gill certificates  avail Call Lonaine or Bill 885-  9041. #17W  DRYWALL FINISHING  Laige or small, last reliable piolessional Rob Hollei 886-3573.  Looking lot a new oppoilunily be  sell-employed. Thorough S on  going naming S suppoit. No  investment. Have you got Ihe  desire & descipline? Lei's talk!  Bryan 1-980-4145 #17  PRICE CARPENTRY  -25 Yrs. Experience  -Fully Equipped  -Relerences Available  -Design Consultation  BRIAN PRICE  Hmi-iSftw   DO YOU NEED  Lawn/landscape maintenance  weedealing, biushculting, lubbish  removal., hedge Inmming. window  washing etc. Skip's maintenance  Service 885-2373 #16  Residential/commercial renovations, improvemenls. and repairs  Free eslimales, reliable service.  David Reid 886-4642all. 6pm.  ���19W  Bddkkeeping: Cnmpulerized or  manual. Phone 886-8611. #16W  LOOKING FOR  SPECIAL HELP?  Try a  Classified ad  offering a Career  Move.  We'll run your ad  in  NORTH  VANCOUVER  ���  CAMPBELL  RIVER  t  MERRIT  ...and 100 more  B.C. and Yukon  community  newspapers. All  for just  $195  That's over  3,000,000 readers.  H you're BUYING,  SELLING, or  simply TELLING,  IT PAYS TO  SPREAD THE  WORD.  FOR  INFORMATION  CALL  The Coast  News  at 885-3930  35, Business &  Home Services  Ray's Conslruclion and Glass -  We do it nghi the Insl time II you  nave queslions or |Ob give me a  call 885 6386 ||6  Will's Window Washing, semois  discount 885-7733, ai6  Man wilh I Ion dump truck will do  landscaping Turf, cemenl woik,  lelaming walls Delivery ol sand,  giavel and lop soil Free eslr  males. 7 day service 885-2870.  Alda Typing Seivice Resumes,  bussiness tellers, invoices, elc  Inula B85-8989 (17  HOME IMPROVEMENT  Flaming, carpenliy, linishing,  drywall. painting, wallpaper  Stelan Petty  886-3792  It7  CARTER ROOFING'' Ai ol  rooling and repairs Ed. IIS-  0803 ii5w  Alda Powei Wash 500 lo 3.000  psr. equipment, boals and residential Semois discount Brian,  8858989 #16  INTERIOR RENOVATIONS Wallpaper, paint, carpentry, dialling, Iree estimates, Relerences  available. 886-8095 TFNs  SPOT-LBS PAINTING  a, WALLPAPERING  PRESSURE WASHING  Outtlily Workmanship  FREE ESTIMATES  883-9843  TREES TREE SERVICE  Danger Tree Removal, pruning,  limbing s topping, shaping, land  clearing, logging. Fully  insured.We buy limber. 10% discount semois. 884-5263{24hrs)  KATNOR  Interior cleaning big or small,  bonded 1 reliable 884-5324 or  886-2328. TFN  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD.  Topping - Limbing - Dangei Tiee  Removal, Insured, Guaranteed  Work. Free eslimales. 885-2109.  _______ TFN  Father A son lawnmowing Service. 886-8796 #15w  Man wilh 1 Ion will do rubbish  removal, demolition tiee removal,  hauling 7 day service, Iree estimates. Pat 885-2870        #!5w  B Vaicoe lootings, foundations.  sundecks. References available.  885-7977 mew  w  "kaymoh  enterprise  Jaanltaarlaal laarvlcaaaa  IBondaidl  884-5324 / 886-2328  YORKSHIRE GARDENER  Lawn problems? Gaiden out ol  control? Need tiee pruning, hedge  shaping? Friendly, reliable service. Fully insuied. Commercial t  residenlial. References available.  FRED 886-3526. TFN  36, Work Wanted  IN-HOME PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  Carpels ��� Upholittry   am  P0WERIUI IHUCK MOUlllill \,''.  10UIPMEN1 /*   n  BtSl POSSIIILt RESUlTb     aT*J.'.  JIIS1 ASK AfiOUND'  _|_f_  V  886*3823  ��� Division or ��IM DEVRIES  i son nooacovtaiNGS  Experienced caipentei loi hiie.  Forms, framing and linishing. No  |Ob loo small. Call Drew. 883-  9478 ��!5w  0 i D Labour Contiados. Danger  Tree Removal selective logging  yard cleanup, rubbish removal  885-3670,885-3314 HIS  Experienced paintei, gaidenwork  and odd Jobs. Recession tales.  Call Steve 885-3276 #16  Housekeeper avail. Will do windows/walls. Call 886-4640 after  3:30 #18  Exp. sludent painter avail. Interior/Exterior leasonable rales.  Please call Pete, evenings at 886  9127 #18  Clean, lasl, eflicienl and 100%  natural cleaners (environmentally  Inendly) spring cleaning foi  homes and businesses. Call  Grace 885-3192 #l8w  Drywall application, timshjng, texturing and painting. Call Stanley  885-3806 #17  Lighl moving 4 hauling yaid &  basemenl cleanups. Noim 886-  9503 #17  36. Work Wanted  COOL RUNNINGS  Lighl hauling, rubbish lemoval,  yaid maintenance, lolotrlling, odd  |Obs 885-3917 #|7  Compiele Bobcal Services  Eacavalrng ��� Backlrlling  Retaining Walls  Tienching  Landscape Consliuction  Diamage  ���86-8538  TFN  It's Spring again' Does youi lawn  need mowing? Is youi gaiden  ovmgrown? Can't see oul ol those  dirty windows anymore' Call us  we can help Young, eneigelic,  wilh leasonable rates Call Dave  4 Aaron 886-9005 #18w  38   Business  Opportunities  Retire lo the Sunshine Coasl wilh  this money making business  Mobile lood concession. Totally  sell contained, busy parking spot  lor the summei, many potential  bookings Musl sell due lo heallh  reasons Asking $50,000 OBO  Foi mote information please  phone 886 3656 "18w  FOR SALE  Moos Brothers  Home Delivery Service  Have other lntereit.  Serloue Inquiries Only  886-3844    Brian even  37, Child Care  Molhei ol 1 will babysil In her  home, Beside Gibsons Elemen-  tary. 886-7375 #16  Babysitter lor I yi old boy, 3 eves  per week, appiox 2 his pei nighl  n/s references 886-8406    ��18w  Experienced sitter avail.  Redioolls area, 885-2650    ��18  Responsible casual babysitter  needed, rels please. Phone  Melanie 886-9650 mflw  Loving mom will do are Full lime  belore 4 after school in my Davis  Bay home. 885-8989 Linda   #18  Responsible molhei will babysil in  my home, near Langdale ferry.  Prefer ages 3 plus. 8860957.  #17W  Nanny needed loi contented  infant June part-lime lo lull-time in  fall. My home oi Robeils Creek  preferred. 885-3757.        I��l5cn  Funshine Daycare a caring, sale  enviionmeni. creative play material, ECE certified slall. Fun. lun.  lun lor 2 1/2 lo 5 yi olds 886-  3377 #16w  Puddleducks has openings. Full  program, lun, crafts, science and  more. 886-3767 #l5w  Molly Mouse Day Care spaces  available - 18 months lo school  age. Fun-filled caring enviionmeni  wilh early childhood trained slall.  886-3913. #30  Lang Bay Reslauianl/Sloie/Gas  Station Powell Rivei loi lease or  lease lo won $1500 monlh call  Valerie oi Ken to view Gieal pos-  sibrlilies 885-7379 niflw  CATHY'S CARE CARE Foi sale  immed. 49"'. owneiship in cai  delail shop minimum inveslmenl  required. Looking foi working or  non woiking painter. Shop is lully  equipped 4 established Serious  inquiries only. Ask lor Calhy 885-  645001885-5198 HI8w  Looking loi a new opportunity lo  be sell-employed? Thoiough and  ongoing naming and suppoil. No  inveslmenl. Have you got the  desne and discipline? Lei's talk!  Bryan 1-980-4145 H17CN  Clip newspapers items ��� $2.00 lo  $25 00 each! "Woik" al home-in  spaie lime! Fiee details. Clippings, depl. SZ10259 HI50-1857  Wesl 4th Vancouvei. BC V6J 1M4  39   Legal  NOTICE is hereby give lhal Creditors and others having claims  against Ihe Estate ol WILLIAM  JOHN PRICE, loimerly of Gibsons who died Seplembei 7.  1991, are hereby required lo send  Ihem lo ihe undersigned Adminis-  lialors al Box 190. Salmon Arm,  BC, VIE 4N3, belore June 1,  1992, alter which dale Ihe Admin-  islralors will distribute the said  Estate among Ihe panes entitled  thereto, having regard lo Ihe  claims ol which il has notice Norman Allan Puce. Baibara Elaine  Price, Willie David Pages: by,  SIVERTZ, KIEHLBAUCH 4  ZACHERNUK, Barristers 4 Solicitors, Box 190. 316 Hudson Street.  N.E. Salmon Arm, BC, VIE 4N3  ICBC INJURY CLAIMS  Fiee niili.il advice, call Anaslase  Maragos 669 3441. #21  To Emesl Dixon. Delendanl. lale  ol 298 Skrnelkit Sheet. Sechelt.  TAKE NOTCIE that a proceeding.  Number C915788. has been commenced against you and others in  Ihis ram by Bonnie Lynette Mane  Claik. ihe Plaintiff The Plaintiff  seeks compensation lot physical  injuries which Ihe Plaintiff daims  were a direct result ol an assault  on Ihe Plarnlilt by you Ihe above  named Delendanl By Oidei ol  this Court made on Apnl 10th,  1992. il has been ordered that  service upon you ol Ihe Will ol  Summons and Statement ol  Claim in Ihis action be ellecled by  Ihis enlei an Appeaiance at the  ollice ol Ihe District Registry at  800 Smilhe Sheet. Vancouvet.  BC on oi belore Thuisday, May 7,  1992. A copy of Ihe Writ ol Summons and Statement ol Claim will  be mailed lo you on a request  addressed to Ihe District Registrar  making reference to Ihe registry  number C915788. al the Supreme  Couit Registry, 800 Smiths  Street, Vancouver. BC. II you do  noi We an Appeaiance within 14  days of Ihe dale of publication ol  this adveilisement. then you will  noi be entitled lo fuither notice  and 14 days altei the publication  ol trhis advertisement Ihe Plaintiff  may proceed against you and the  relief claimed by the Plainlill.as  sel oul above, may be given  againsl you in youi absence. District Registrar. #16w  SUNSHINE COAST  REGIONAL DISTRICT  NOTICE OF REFERENDUM  WHEREAS the cost ol constructing improvements to the Gibsons  Swimming Pool including expenses incidental thereto is estimated to  be $430,000;  AND WHEREAS the Town ol Gibsons intends to borrow a sum not  exceeding $305,000, to be repaid over a term not exceeding five (5)  years;  AND WHEREAS the Regional District through its Recreation  Facilities Assistance Local Service established by Bylaw No. 1004  intends to participate in the repayment ot the said debt;  NOW THEREFORE the Board ol Ihe Sunshine Coast Regional  District intends to amend Bylaw No. 1004, to increase the rate that  may be levied on assessed values from $.40/1,000 to $.47/1,000.  TAKE NOTICE THAT the above is a synopsis ol a proposed Bylaw  on which the vote ot the ELECTORS ol Areas "D", "E", and "P will be  taken on SATURDAY, MAY 2nd, 1992 at:  Roberts Creek Elementary School    Area "D"  Cedar Grove Elementary School      Area "E"  Langdale Elementary School Area "F"  The polls will be open between Ihe hours of 8:00am and 8:O0pm.  Anne G. Pressley has been appointed Returning Officer for the  purpose of taking and recording the vote.  AND TAKE FURTHER NOTICE THAT Ihe lull Bylaw may be  inspected al Ihe Regional District Ollice, 5477 Whart Street, Sechelt,  B.C. between Ihe hours ol 8:00am and 5:00pm on April 21, 22, 23,  24, 27, 28, 29, 30 and May f, 1992, and thai the synopsis is not  intended to be and is not to be understood as an interpretation ol the  Bylaw.  The repayment of the debt proposed to be created lor constructing  improvemenls to the Gibsons Swimming Pool will be shared between  the Town ol Gibsons and Electoral Areas "D", "E" and "P. The annual  payment of principal and interest lor the five (5) year term is  estimated at $81,000, and will be shared based on assessed property  values approximately as follows:  Town ot Gibsons $11,430  Electoral Area: "D" $8,010  "E" $6,910  "F" (Residential) $9,885  "F" (Industrial) $44,765  $81,000  The estimated cost per annum for a residential taxpayer in the  Regional District (or the five (5) year term ot the proposed debt will be  not more than $.07/1,000 ot assessed values ol land and  improvements. For example a residential property assessed at  $125,000 would pay $8.75 annually for the live (5) year term.  Dated at Sechelt, B.C. April 19,1992  Larry Jardine, Secretary  v  MMMHMi Coast News, April 20, 1992  23  ephemera  Local hero Jim Kippin recognized  Former Merry Island lighthouse keeper aided sick impoverished children  by Ruth Forrester  Mr and Mrs Jim Kippin are a well  known couple who lived in Halfmoon Bay  for many years. They were also the lighthouse keepers on Merry Island prior lo  retiring on Redroolts.  Each winter the Kippins headed soulh to  Puerto Vallarta. ll was during these visits  that Jim Kippin became aware of the many  people who were in need of some type of  braces, children and adults who were victims of polio or some type of disability  While convalescing from an industrial  accident, he took training in the construction of orthopedic devices and decided lo  put Ihis skill to use where il was badly  needed, namely in this small Mexican town.  Year after year the Kippins spent several  months there, and became known and  loved. But, in 1983 Jim fell victim lo a  severe stroke during his visit, leaving him  unable to continue his good work.  'The first phase of tbe  clinic has been named in  honour of Jim Kippin'  His wife took care of him until her death  in IWO, prior to which lime she had founded the Stroke Support Group on the Sunshine Coast.  Kippin, 74, now lives wilh his son, Dar-  rell, in Vancouver where they recently  received a piece of exciling news: the original dream of a clinic for those in need of  help finally has been realized Last December saw the official opening of the Rehabilitation Clinic of Puerto Vallarta, a place  where surgery now takes place and where  orthopedic devices are available  The volunteet work carried out lor those  many years has been recognized; the firsl  phase of the clinic lias been named in honour of Jim Kippin  The clinic is a far cry from Ihe years  when this good man used lo climb into the  mountain areas seeking people who needed  help, and when lie would construct the  devices on a sewing machine in one shop,  then have the welding done in a local  garage.  The citizens of Puerto Vallarta will surely long remember the efforts our friend, Jim  Kippin.  ROOMS  $105����  8862804  PENINSULA MOTOR INN  PER WEEK Ji    j  Plus Tax        (V  This beautiful young  female cat loves  cuddling so much  she shouldn't wait  ,!\ long for a good  home. Why wait for  the kittens coming  up next week when  you can have an  accomplished,  proven affectionate  kitty like this one.  CHANNEL ELEVEN  Tuesday, April 21,1992  7:1111  The Meaning of Men  Mary Pinniger hnsis this panel discussion.  8:00  "I Am a Cnmern" ff.l  The Naliniiiil Ballet Company of Canada  8:30  Coast Profiles  Stan Dixon lalks wilh basket maker Corinne Jeffries.  Wednesday, April 22,1992  7:00  Parliamentary Talkhack  Maureen Clayton is the host, MLA. (iordun Wilson and MP. Ray  Skelly are llie guests.  8:00  "I Am a Camera" #2  The Photographs of Ken Hell  Ken Hell photographs World War II  8:30  Classic Cars fW  "Early I'otil V8"  Number 9 in llie series from Delia Cable 4.  9:00  The Sunshine (nasi Saliiinniil Enhancement Society  Friday, April 24,1992  6:00-10:00 p.m.  The Breakaway Telethon  The broadcasting Students at Elphinstone have been working hard for  some time now to bring you four hours of informative, fund raising community television. Every school on Ihe coast has been invited to play their part  in raising money for the Breakaway Drug & Alcohol rehabilitation programme. Join the crew in helping to keep the Breakaway programme alive  with your pledge during our "live" cahlecast.  Please call in wilh your pledge to 886-8565 during the show!!  *!nS** SOUTH COAST FORD  Schedule courtesy of: ..... ......  ���5 YEARS AGO  In an address to peace  advocates al an April 13  Roberts Creek meeting, Col.  W.N. Hoye representing Veterans Against Nuclear Arms  staled "everything should be  tested against the proposition  thai Ihe only real threat to  Canada is the threat of a  nuclear war." Peace marchers  including the Sunshine Coasl  Peace Committee is inviting  the public to join them at  Kits Beach House under Iheir  banner lo send Ihe message  "Canada can lead the way in  Ihe fight against nuclear war"  to our government leaders.  10 YEARS AGO  A Beaver float plane  belonging lo Tyee Air sinks  in Gibsons Harbour after colliding with an unmarked portion of the new breakwater  being constructed by the  Federal Department of Public Works.  A change in the ferry service effective June will see  larger ferries on Ihe Lang-  dale/Horseshoe Bay rim and  consequently fewer sailings.  Sechelt has decided to go  ahead wilh (lie expansion of  its works yard adjacent to the  Arts Centre despite a written  request lhat the land he sel  aside for Ihe expansion of the  centre.  15 YEARS AGO  There has been concern  lately about what is going lo  happen to our bus service  now that the ferries are coming up wilh a major  rescheduling. Bill Hamilton,  the inanager for Sechell  Fresh  Brewed  Coffee  for your office  or place of business  Call Doug at 886*7686  Audrey's  Coffee  Service  Office -and Resiaurant  Supplies and Equipment  THINGS TO DO  on the Sunshine Coast  Everyone Welcome  ll'Iilla     "  Golf CLUB Jit*  Lounge t Snack Bar  Power Cars Available  Hwy. 101, 2 kms. north ol Oat-dan Bay turnoll  Phone 8U3-9541  Browse  mShow Piece Galleiym  For Handmade Gifts ��� Pottery ��� Cards ��� Candles ��� Art Supplies  280 Gower Point Road, Gibsons Landing ��� 886-9213  .Support Tlie  April Oincer  Caniapaign.  GIVE GENEROUSLY  WHEN CANVASSERS CALL  Visit  mShow Piece Framesm  Quality Custom Framing  ���    ftfitH Frame-It-Yourself Section  Wilson Creek Plum  ���  885-9215  Molor Transport feels lhal  with his company's .10 years  experience in coastal transportation lie could give the  Ferry Corporation some useful input, but as yet has had  no communication wtih  lliem.  2*5 YEARS AGO  The dog problem once  again appears in Ihe school  principal's report to Ihe  school board. Principal  George Cooper of Gibsons  Elementary School reports  that three children have been  bitten during recess periods  on the school grounds in the  past several months,  3*5 YEARS AGO  Strong opposition lo Ihe  move of Irvines Landing  Post Office to Garden Bay  has developed among residents living al Ihe western  end of Pender Harbour. A  petition against the move is  now being circulated in the  area and postal officials are  being besieged with protest  letters.  4-5 YEARS AGO  Sydney McKay, magistrate of Selma Park, has been  notified of his appointment  to exercise the jurisdiction  conferred by llie Small Debts  Court Act within that portion  of lite mainland of lite County of Vancouver lying south  and east of the waters of  Agamemnon Channel and  Jervis Inlet.  "Wl II-RK QUALflYCOMF-SIIRS-r'  BAIT AND BLOWN  I NVIKl>nmi:ni ally HUI.NI)LY  CELLULOSE  MAZATLAN  O 886^8741 ��  Elphinstone  Secondary   News���  IMPORTANT DATES  April 23 Report cards distributed (Term 3)  21-25 Science challenge "Week"  27 Parents Advisory Council Meeiing. All  parents are invited. (7:30).  May 1 -Non-instructional Day  SCIENCE CHALLENGE WEEK  This monlh (April 21-25). as there is no Districl Science  Fair this year. Elphinstone teachers and students are  organizing a Science Challenge Week. Students in grade  8-11 will be challenged to do special science projects e.g.  bridge building in the gym. The challenges will be judged  as follows: Gr. 8's on Friday. 2:30-3:20 Gr. 9-11 on Saturday AM. Prizes will be awarded. Fund raising for Breakaway will occur as part ol the bridge building projects.  Parents are encouraged to attend the Friday and Saturday judging sessions in the school gym.  MS. INFINITY  On May 7, most young women from grade 9 and 10 will  be attending a special mathematics and science conference at the campus of Capilano College in Sechelt. The  purpose of the conference is to encourage young women  to pursue careers in mathematics, sciences and technology If you particularly went your daughter to attend.  please leave a message at the school office. (886-2204).  COAST  WNmm  DOUBLE  YOUR  IMPACT.  When you want maximum coverage of your target customers in the  Sunshine Coast market, you should consider advertising in both  the Coast News on Mondays and  the Coast News Weekender edition on Thursdays.  This double-barreled combination of the Coast News and the Weekender  will ensure that your advertising message covers  your target audience most effectively.  Call the Coast News advertising department today at  885-3930 or 886-2622.  Ll.  I  .aaata V  Wt.1*M    I '-ll  �������>, nuH .:u, i't''^.  education  SPRING  Teachers face larger classes, frozen  salaries in school district budget  by Jane Styd  Teachers on the SumMm  Goatl wnii'l be ri-ifivmj; pink  slips, hui then also unn'l In'  any extn districl staff to cope  ��nh expected siiuioiii increase*  next year, including a numbei ol  special needs children, follow.  ing ;i budget passed In the  salianil Ihi.iuI Tuesda)  "I think we can quite safely  s.i) nn urn' will be facing la>  oils," said si'.ii'tiirv treasurei  inn Aiuk'isiHi 111 presenting the  budget  He added, however, "normal  u we would expect in ,i growing  school district to .i.l.l stall mul  we're not going to In* able to do  ih.H fins is going iii cause suiiir  problems"  R.iui's ni classroom leachen  in siiuii-iiis siioiiiii Ha) ihe same,  s.iui Anderson "We have tried  tu maintain services to sludenis  in tin' classroom"  While teachers the board  expects tn lusi' through natural  attrition ond leave applications  will In' inn be immediate!)  replaced, others now working al  ,i district level will likely be  going back lo regulru classroom  duties.  Meanwhile, Ihe biggest cms  made b) the board are closer to  home in administration ami  maintenance, in particular, one  ol llie lour members of senior  management will he leaving ai  the end of Ihe school year anil  won'l he replaced, said Anderson  There will also he some  changes nl ihe district resource  centre ami in Continuing Education.  tine iliinj; ihe budget didn't  lake inio account is any salary  increases loi teachers or support  Staff - and liolh groups are in a  bargaining year  Since Nfi per cent of the  school board budgei goes to  slall wages ami benefits, those  Settlements could have a substantial unpad on llie budget.  "Thai's such a hulk of our  expense, llie rest is small in  comparison," said Anderson.  "The hig driver is what our  wage settlements are."  He added, though, there is  still some room lor flexibility:  while the school hoard is  required hy law to submit a  detailed budgei to the provincial  government, figures in certain  categories can lv shifted within  thai total budgei later.  That wasn't a lot of comfort  lo Sharon Wood, president of  the Sunshine Coasl Teachers  Association, though. "The  teachers involvement in the process so far has been zero," said  WihxI.  "It's our bargain year and  we're not going to Ihe table with  zero. I can tell you that right  now."  Woods said she was also  concerned teachers may still he  lacing more students in iheir  classrooms nexl year. "We cannot teach more children in the  classroom titan we ate currently  leaching," she said.  Murphy's \-a*w  SUUft...  Youi Septic Tank  urtM na-td pumpim)'-  a Jusl before a  relative's visit  b During a long  weekend  c Aller you've  had the rugs  cleaned  Daly Murphy's Law!  Pump Yout Tank Howl  Bonniebrook  Industries  886-7064  ask lor "Murphy"  April Is  Dental Health  Month  Keep Smiling!  fHE DENIAL PROFESSION OF B.C  7 think we can safely say no one  will be facing lay-offs'  Secretary-treasurer Tim Anderson  Lynda Ohm ol C'HI'E said  ihe support workers were also  dissatisfied with ihe board's  lack oi consultation "One ol the  frustrating Ihings Is we're only  scenic laige lump sums   wilh  no clear breakdown as to what it  means," she said  Next year's o|x'i;iliiig budget  ot jusl over $24 million,  includes $21 million ol block  funding as well as a capital  allowance and an amount for  debt servicing  The financial squeeze has in  caused in part by high trans  porlation costs, a fast growing  districl, and a high percentage of  special needs childten in addition to funding test-aims from  higher levels of government  "It's pretty lean," said Amler  son, hut added "we're really  hoping not lo cut.any programs."  SPECIALS  Spring & Summer Sandals,  Shoes (heels & flats), Slip-ons  Lots of Styles to Choose from  SALE STARTS  Mon. Apr. 20��h through Sat. Apr.25��h  W* ''Sole Hectares**,*, -  Ihe Key to Success.  Gibaoru ��� 886-2622 1  COME IN &  SEE US T0DAY1  Hurry In Before These Outstanding Bargains Are Gone:  CARPET  In-Stock  NOW  QUIET  NIGHTS  $1fi95  M.S.R.P. $34.99 so. vd.       ��� Wsq. yc  M.S.R.P. $34.99 sq. yd.  TARKETT  Twenty/Twenty  Regular $31.98 sq. yd  sq. yd.  In-Stock  $ia??d  MAhNINGTON  SILVERADO  In-Stock  Only  $16s?3  sq. yd.  BERBERS  Tuff Hard  Wearing  Only  ${195  ^ W sq. yd  sq. yd.  ROOM  SIZE  REMNANTS  UpTo9'x12  .9&��  'sq. ft  MtcVi   Selection of  22^ Roll Ends  Priced AtLESB.  Than You'd Expect  LINO  LARGE SELECTION  OF NEW PATTERNS  From Qi\t,\MM��M  In-Stot*  $1Q95d  Only  m    CAMBRAY  BUllderS1     ^ Starting at  Special     $R95  CMHA Approved  ^^#sq. ycT  Would You Believe  New Lino In The  Bathroom   $OC00  For Under       4b5e  How About A Bedroom  MOO00  For Less Than     I WW  ITS POSSIBLE AT THESE  GREAT PRICES!  CANDIDE  Roll Ends $4 095  up to 12'Long  Member ol'    (Connections  DRAPERYl  Quality Material  & Bargain Prices  OVER 40 ROLLS  IN-STOCK  Sheers    $750  Starting At only * lin-yd-  Prints  from  *ln-Stock  Hardware  Available  ITS TRUE.'  OT-50%  SAVINGS  (rALLTHRU,  Ithe store!  REMNANTS  .501ft  Carpet  &Lino  '=?)  usr  \  -S-'  p\  \C  HOURS:  9-5 MONDAY-  SATURDAY  MAKING HOMES BEAUTIFUL FOR 35 YEARS  709 HWY. 101, GIBSONS ��� 886-7112  ���  !'"���"'���    '   ' .    ,'--T-r' .�� .��� .  .***.

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
http://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.xcoastnews.1-0176103/manifest

Comment

Related Items