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Array Legislative Library  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, B.C. V8V��1X4  The Sunshine  Published on the Sunshine Coast        25�� per copy on news stands     April 4,1988 Volume 42 Issue 14  Chinook restrictions  Sport fishermen  to fight on  Jessie Morrison of Sechelt puts the finishing touches to a mural she  has been working on for Elphinstone Pioneer Museum since July.  The mural depicts the return of a Salish war party from a raid  against the Halda 300 years ago.  couver Island Is a Hudson's Bay  displayed upstairs in the museum.  Adjacent to their village on Van-  Post. The mural will shortly be  ���John Burnside pholo  No support from council  Heritage Society seeks old hall  The Gibsons Landing  Heritage Society will have to  take Iheir fight to save the  Women's Institute Hall in Gibsons to the school board. At a  committee meeting of Gibsons  Council last week, Fred Inglis  spoke on behalf of the society  and asked for council's support  in the form of designating the  building a heritage site. But  Alderman John Reynolds  pointed out that he would be  reluctant to assign the designation without the approval of the  building's owner, School  District 46.  In a brief presented to council, Inglis outlined the history of  the hall which was built in 1920,  on a lot purchased by the Howe  Sound Women's Institute from  the United Church for $250.  ��� The hall was built with a  stage and throughout the I930's  became the centre of social activity in the area, being used for  everything from dramatic performances to basketball games.  In the I940's the hall was used regularly as a gymnasium for  the highschool and elementary  school nearby, and wear and  tear by students necessitated the  laying of a new floor.  Members of the Women's Institute decided it would be better  If the community hall was placed in the hands of an organization which could maintain it  properly for the use of the community, and on July II, 1941,  the group agreed to turn it over  to the Howe Sound United  School Board.  Over the succeeding years,  the hall was used more and  more   exclusively   for   school  functions and in the mid-1960's  was handed over to the school  district's maintenance department.  But Fred Inglis insists that  plans to tear down the building  are premature. About a month  ago, Inglis who repairs and  maintains the buildings at the  YMCA camp, went under the  hall to examine the damage.  "It was bone dry," he told  council members. The only  structural damage that the  building has suffered is on the  wall on the North Road side,  where school district personnel  turned earth against the outside  wall resulting in some rot.  "They still drive trucks  weighing over a ton into that  hall. You couldn't do that in  your own house," Inglis said.  Seeks Marsh Society support  Davidson wants Inlet study  The information package  also carried copies of the  original resolution which  ** transferred the ownership of the  hall to the school board. The  first paragraph reads, 'Whereas  we, the Howe Sound Women's  Institute, recognizing the need  of this community of a community hall, did purchase land  and erect such a hall now, having completed this work, desire  lo bestow the said property to  the community...'  But the Heritage Society is  going to have to convince the  school board that there is a  moral obligation to return this  building to the community so  that the necessary repairs can be  done and the hall returned to its  originally intended use.  Inglis is hoping to make his  presentation at the next school  board meeting.  by Rose Nicholson  Sport fisiuiimen in B.C.  have nol laken kindly io restrictions on chinook fishing announced recently by Minister of  Fisheries, Tom Siddon. Sporls  fisherman claim lhal the reduction in the annual limit in  Georgia Strait from 20 to eight  is unfair io recreational fishermen, and will merely mean thai  the incidental catch by commercial net fishmen will increase,  thereby wiping out any conservation achieved by the reduced  recreational catch.  Sport fishermen and marina  operators are also objecting lo  the proposed method of dealing  wilh ihe lagging program. Sport  fishermen will be obliged to buy  four $1.00 lags al a time, with  no refunds on unused tags. The  tags musl be attached to the fish  as soon as they are caught, with  heavy penalties for noncompliance. On the other hand,  lags to native fishermen are  free, and commercial net  fishermen do not have to tag  their fish till sold, and have the  option of a refund on unused  tags.  Marina operators and suppliers of boats, motors and  tackle are afraid lhat the new  regulations will seriously affect  their businesses. Hugh Gadsby  of Lord Jim's points out lhat  the large numbers of sport  fishermen that come to B.C.  from the U.S. and other parts  of the world means that the  tourist industry will also be  seriously affect.  At a meeting held on March  28, at the Sechell Rod and Gun  Club, local sporl fishermen  gathered io watch a video  prepared by fishermen in the  Victoria area, and to hear local  resident Barry Wilbee, of the  Sport Fishing Institute of B.C.  discuss all these issues. Wilbee  told ihe meeting that although  Siddon had earlier co-operated  wilh ihe Sport Fishing Advisory  Board, the recent stringent  regulations had been brought in  withoul any consultation with  sporl fishing groups.  Referring lo a graph obtained  from D.F.O, Wilbee pointed  out thai sport fishermen will be  held to the present reduced limit  for the next ten to twelve years,  well into the time when  enhancement efforts are expected to increase stocks. Commercial fishermen, on the other  hand, will have their limits increased as the stocks rebuild.  Sport fishermen, pointing to  the successful enhancement program on the Columbia River,  are calling for immediate action  on the Nanaimo, Cowichan and  Squamish rivers, the three major sources thai feed chinook into Georgia Strait; and a new  policy to minimize the incidental catch of chinook taken in  commercial nets.  Wilbee also said that Coalition of Concerned Sport  Fishermen is considering legal  action against the new regulations. He added that it would  now be necessary to raise a large  sum of money from the sport  fishing community to pay for  the proposed legal action and to  counter the $400,000 ad campaign recently launched by D.F.  0.  Anyone wishing lo contribute  should make out cheques to the  Sports Fishing Institute of B.C.,  and mail them lo Barry Wilbee,  Box 153, Madeira Park, VON  2H0.  Public invited to  Rockwood Lodge  The general public is invited to attend the first Annual  General Meeting of the Rockwood Lodge Society which will  be held al Rockwood Lodge on Tuesday, April 12, at 7:30  pm.  The Rockwood Lodge Society was formed to manage  Rockwood Lodge and its Annex as a facility to benefit the  whole coast by providing affordable space in which groups or  individuals can hold workshops, festivals, conferences and  get-togethers.  The society is a non-profit society and welcomes new  members.  by Ken Collins  Last Friday evening Tuwanek  resident and SCRD Foreshore  Task Force member Diana  Davidson spoke to the Sechelt  Marsh Society and argued that  Sechelt Inlet needed an environmental study.  She described the Hushing action of the inlet in terms of density. "The colder and Ihe saltier  the waler, ihe more dense il is,"  she said.  She wenl on lo describe outflowing fresh water as "lighl  waler lhal slithered across the  surface of the inlet" toward  Skookumchuck Narrows. Incoming tidal water on the other  hand is colder but not as cold as  the deepest layer in the inlet.  Those deep layers may never  move and what water the incoming tide does move would  be low on oxygen and ultimately  detrimental to fishfarming.  According to Davidson, the  lower end of the inlet would get  litte if any flushing and there  could be concern over the water  inverting and gases being released. She cited a case in Africa  where smothering carbon dioxide was released from an inverting lake.  ' She admits this is all conjecture but stated there was no  evidence to say otherwise.  "The economic pressure is  not as great for ecological  benefits as for economical  benefits," she said.  "I would advise you to lobby," she stated lo those who  want an enviromental study.  She suggested people include in  their letters whal use they per  sonally saw in the inlet.  She also suggested user  groups other than industry  should seek representation on  the Foreshore Task Force.  "Surely there must be more  than fishfarms and logging  here," she said.  Breakwater study  gets short shrift  A $5000 sludy on the  feasibility of a breakwater to  protect the central waterfront in  Gibsons was received and filed  wilh little discussion at last  Tuesday's committee meeting  of Gibsons Council.  The consulting engineers who  did the study, Taylor, Peach  and Associates, recommended  that the best type of breakwater  for this location would be a  combination of a 130 metre  long rock breakwater extending  out from Armours Beach, supplemented by an estimated 250  metre long floating breakwater  oriented approximately parallel  lo the shoreline."  The cost of such a structure  would be $1,310,000.  Apart from the cost, there  was little in the study that council didn't already know. Alderman Jerry Dixon said, "I don't  think we did a very good job of  selecting these people. One of  the major things they neglected  to do was talk to the people who  live down there, who know the  area."  Dixon elected  Former Sechelt Indian Band Chief, Stan Dixon, has  returned to Band Council replacing departing council  member Lloyd Jeffries.  A swearing-in ceremony will be held on Thursday, April 7  at 2:30 pm, and Dixon has issued an invitation to all of his  friends and supporters to attend.  Four lovely ladies gave the Coast News a sneak preview of the Sunshine Coast Business and Professional  Womens' Club's 7th annual bursary fund-raising fashion show to be held at the Sechell Indian Band  Hall al 7:30 pm on April 12 and 13. (left to right: Sylvia Bisbee, Dawn Joe, Helen Phillips, Joyce  Kolibas). -Ken Collins pholo  ^P Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945  *- '-���:-    ���   -���-���-  ���-���*������ ���������-���-��� ���  aMMMMMtateitii��a��  am _ t _ - - Coast News, April 4,1988  Comment  Council Inert  It appears that Gibsons Council has succumbed to an  all-too-familiar inertia.  We have the planner virtually imploring council to  establish priorities on its own economic strategy. The  reporter who covered Gibsons Council Planning Meeting  for the Coasl News last week hadn't been at a Gibsons  Council meeling for a year. The last time she was there the  aldermen were agreeing to make priorities on the items in  Ihe Gibsons economic strategy.  Then ihere was the summary treatment given one of the  few items which have been moved forward from the  economic strategy - ihe breakwaier study. No councillor  thought lo ask if council should explore the possibilities of  getting funding from (he federal government whose wharf  is in need of protection, They jusi filed the $5000 study  and paid for it although they proclaimed themselves  dissatisfied with it.  Alderman Dixon apparently feels thai consulting  engineers have something to leam by talking lo the people  who live in Ihe vicinity of Armours Beach but one would  have llioughl that aldermen could do lhal without the  necessity of hiring people lo talk lo taxpayers who have  something of value to offer.  And perhaps saddest of all is ihe failure of council to  given even token support io ihe concept of saving the  Women's Institute Hall when asked to do so by the  Heritage Sociely.  Despite iheir notable lack of success in the field of  upgrading the sewer syslem the only significant initiative  council seems able lo contemplate is the extension of the  system lo taxpayers who don'l wanl it and this, too,  despile ihe advice of their newly-hired engineer that their  existing Infrastructure needs allenlion.  One-note Johnny  Al Ihe risk of offending his coterie of admirers, we must  suggest lhal somebody ought to take Brell McGillivray's  needle out of ihe groove it's got stuck in.  One reads lhat there is concern being expressed by  knowledgeable people thai loo much timber may be  harvesled on Ihe Sunshine Coasl. A great deal of Ihe logging is taking place above Roberts Creek but all the regional  director can Ihink to talk about is the danger of a restructuring of Gibsons raising his taxes.  McGillivray has posed as a progressive through his time  in public life but Ihe record indicates he is a visionless conservative mindlessly clinging lo the familiarity of Ihe status  quo at the cost of all other concerns.  ���S  5 YEARS AGO  Plans to establish an unemployment action centre on  the Sunshine Coast are well underway after a meeting  last week of representatives from the Joint Council of  Unions and volunteers from the ranks of the unemployed.  Wilh unemployment at an estimated 36 per cent on the  Sunshine Coast, it was recognized that an action centre  here could provide valuable services.  Rumours that the B.C. Assessment Authority office In  Sechelt may be moved to North Vancouver as early as  1984 remain unconfirmed. However, it is believed that  Ihe assessment's board of governors has approved the  move in principle. The Sechelt office employs 15 people.  10 YEARS AGO  Rick Scott arid Joe Mock, the magical musical duo  who are the Pied Pear of Pied Pumpkin will be hosting  another dance in Egmont Community Centre on Friday  evening. Included in Ihe evening's entertainment will be  films and refreshments from the licenced bar.  15 YEARS AGO  J.G. Warn's application for re-zoning of an area at the  mouth of Roberts Creek from residential lo commercial  for marina purposes was turned down by the regional  district board last week.  20 YEARS AGO  The results of Ihe straw vote on the Liberal leadership  race in this constituency show that 52 per cent ol those  polled prefer Trudeau, 20 per cent prefer Winters and 8  per cent Martin.  25 YEARS AGO  About 300 persons attended the all candidates  political rally in Gibsons school hall Tuesday night and  heard candidates of the Liberal,Conservative, NDP and  Communist parties speak. No Social Credit candidate  appeared.  30 YEARS AGO  On April 5 the largest non-atomic blast ever set off by  man will be directed against a Iwo headed monster lurking in Ihe coastal waters of British Columbia. The explosion involving approximately 2V�� tons of high explosives will end Ihe menace of Ripple Rock, a  treacherous underwater mountain in the straits between Vancouver Island and Ihe mainland.  35 YEARS AGO  Just east ol the Wilson Creek settlement on the  Sechelt Highway is a strange looking little building, wilh  floor sills visible al Ihree distinct levels. This is the new  shingle mill, operated by George Miller ol Silver Skagit  Shake and Shingle Limited.  Advertising  Production  Fran Burnside  Jan Schuks  John Gilbert  Bev Cranston  Bonnie McHeffey  Mary Connor  The Sunshine  Hilt tit,  Published by GLASSFORD PRESS LTD.  Editorial    Penny Fuller     Ken Collins  Tha Sunahlna COAST NEWS is a locally owned newspaper, published on the Sunshine Coast, B.C. every Monday by Qlaaaford Praaa  Ltd., Box 460, Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0. Gibsons Tel. 886-2622 or  886-7817; Sechelt Tel. 885-3930. Second Class Mall Registration No.  4702.  Th* Sunahlna COAST NEWS is protected by copyright and reproduction of any part of It by any means is prohibited unless permission In  writing Is first secured from Qlaaaford Press Ltd., holders of the  copyright. SUBSCRIPTION RATES  Canada: I year US; 6 montha 120; Foreign; I year $40  Maryanne's Viewpoint  Remembering a remarkable lady  by Maryanne West  The many friends of Eleanor  (Nora) Morris, who died just  before Christmas in her 101st  year, will remember her  especially in the Spring. We'll  remember how, even in her last  years when she could no longer  see, she was rejuvenated by being able to get out into her  garden, to feel the warmth of  the sun and the texture of the  soil between her fingers as she  weeded carefully around the  perennials.  The Coast News ran a picture  of the Guides and Scouts circa  1938 a couple of months ago,  and there was Nora in the back  row looking just the same as  when I first met her 30 years  ago. A small sturdy lady with  both feed firmly on the  ground. Small she may have  been of stature, but she had an  indominatable spirit rooted  serenely in her Christian faith.  She was born in Plymouth,  into a family with a long history  of seafaring, the only daughter,  with four younger brothers.  Some of her school years were  spent in Brittany and she kept  her fluency in French all her  life. The family came to Dryden  Ontario before the first World  War and Nora must have come  to Gibsons Landing in the early  twenties with her husband Fred  Morris, who had been invalided  out of the army having been  gassed in the trenches in France.  They homesteaded on North  Road until Fred's death in 1934.  Later Nora moved to the  house on Pratt Road to keep  house for and help her cousin  Alan Nevins, who had a greenhouse and grew vegetables and  later bedding plants. A business  which Nora continued for a  time after his death.  What everyone remembers  about Nora is her dedication to  A first-hand look  the community, her energy and  what a superb organizer she  was. There's a revealing story of  a child who complained to his  mother lhat he wanted to quit  the school play which Mrs.  Morris was producing on the  grounds lhal she was loo bossy.  His molher refusing lo entertain any thought of her son's  quitting told him, "You stay  wilh il and you'll be proud,  whatever Mrs. Morris does will  be done well and you'll be glad  to have been a pari of il". Nora  lived by thai old maxim lhat  whatever is worth doing is  worth doing properly. She never  cul corners, nor allowed anyone  else to be less lhan their best.  No one had much money in  those early days, if you neded  something you made, it, and no  one was more resourceful than  Nora. She was a fine seamstress  and when there was a problem  of uniforms for ihe girl guides,  she ordered material and patterns and made them.  When the Commissioner  came from Vancouver, (he first  Gibsons Landing Guide Company was lined up smartly for  inspection, neat navy uniforms,  knitted berets, while socks and  sneakers. Nol exactly according  to Hoyle, no black oxfords or  black stocking, but the girls  were the pride of the community and it had been achieved  within everyone's means.  As she didn't have money  lo give to Ihe church Nora gave  of herself unslintingly. She  made and embroidered the altar  cloths and church linens for Ihe  Anglican Church, made the  choir gowns, sang in the choir,  taught Sunday School, served  with Ihe Women's Auxiliary  working for annual bazaars and  leas and at the age of 90 plus  was still ironing the church  linens every week.  It is sad thai so many of Ihose  who were the backbone of Ihe  congregation for decades have  felt alienated in recent years as  the Church rushes to keep up  with changing limes and values.  It wasn't only the Church in  which Nora played a leading  role, she was a charier member  of ihe Ladies Auxiliary of Ihe  Legion in 1933. In 1973 her service to the Legion was recognized by the presentation, in November, of the Legion's Meritorious Medal. This rarely given  honour has to be recommended  not only by the local branch,  but also at the Provincial and  Federal levels.  The Women's Institute's concern for disabled children at ihe  Queen Alexandra Solarium was  dear lo Nora's heart and she  was an indefatigable member of  this organization too. There was  only one doctor on the Coasl in  Ihose days, and Dr Fred Inglis  was glad of Nora's nursing  help, as she had been trained at  the Misericordia Hospital in  Winnipeg. In Home Nursing no  one in her care ever suffered  from bed sores or septicemia.  Few families were not touched  by her loving concern.  There have been unprecedented changes in the world  since Nora stood beside her  grandfather, who was the Har  bour Master in Plymouth, and  listened to Marconi's first fain!  wireless signals from Si John's  Newfoundland, bul lo the end  of her life she remained well informed and interested in what  was going on in the world. She  had a remarkable memory for  which she credited her mother's  early training. She was never  allowed to make a lisl when  running errands and was made  to remember everything her  mother needed.  One cannot write about Nora  without reference to her friendship with that other remarkable  Pratt Road centenarian Clarice  Clarkson, a friendship sustained  over many years.  Although it wasn't until she  was seventy and eligible for the  Old Age Pension, about $30 a  month in those days, that she  knew a modicum of financial  security, she is remembered by  everyone for her generosity. No  visitor to her home ever left  empty handed. She always gave  a jar of jam or pickles, home  baking, or a cutting or plant  from the garden.  A wonderful person, could it  be thai she understood from an  early age the basic Christian  teaching lhat joy and happiness  and renewal come from giving  of yourself?  Animals  / think I could turn and live with animals, they are SO placid  and self-contained!  I stand and look al them long and long.  They do not sweat and whine idiom their condition;  They do nol lie awake in the dark and weep for their sins;  They do not make me sick discussing Iheir duty to God:  Not one is dissatisfied���not one is demented with the mania of  owning things;  i\ot one kneels to another, nor to his kind that lived thousands  of years ago;  \ot one is respeclahle or industrious over the whole earth.  Wall Whitman  A visit to a fish processing plant  by Ken Collins  Last week the Coast News  described how sea-grown rainbow trout were being processed  at Sechelt Processing Plant.  But what about regulations?  A Ministry of Agriculture and  Fisheries bulletin dated January  1988 states, "the processing of  fish for market is subject to the  requirements of Fish Inspection  Regulations of both the Provincial and Federal governments."  It also states, "the processing  of fish for export must be carried out in a plant with a valid  federal certificate of registration  and a provincial processing  licence."  What about grading? The  same document states, "under  Federal Fish Inspection Regulations, current grade standards  for Pacific salmon only apply to  frozen gutted fish. There are no  grade standards for fresh Pacific salmon."  But the aquaculture industry  appears lo want grading. Al  Sechell Processors the lish are  separated inlo categories which  is a type of grading bul only for  marketing purposes.  The choice fish, of course,  are ones with no marks or sears  on Ihe skin. It is doubtful any  wild fish could make this grade.  Most lhal come aboard a boat  have some kind of predator  marks. But even farm fish end  up wilh scars from diving birds,  aquatic mammals, or even just  fellow fish who like to nip the  odd piece of tail.  These fish are classed as  seconds. Fish with fresh punctures from diving birds are  discarded. As this is being explained to me Shelrud noticed a  fish cleaned with a little too  much enthusiasm. The backbone was slightly scraped at the  rear of the belly cavity. A difficult place to clean at the best  of times. Immediately he was  around to the other side of the  plant and had employees gathered around for a demonstration,  "Clean and pack our product  as if we were doing il for our  family," is part of the written  company policy shown to all  employees before being hired.  The same policy stales, "employees will be treated fairly,  honestly, and openly and in exchange fellow workers and the  company shall expect similar  treatment."  "The people here are the besl  thing about this plant," said  Shelrud. "We encourage as  many questions as possible. The  more they know the better  quality product we will have. If  you don't have the quality, you  don'l have the market."  Everyone is trained in all aspects  of the plant.  Shelrud also stated he encourages regular meetings  among the employees so that  any problems will come to Ihe  surface quickly. He also wants  lo have employees lhal gel  along with each olher.  "When you have 15 or 20  people working in a plant you  can I have harsh personalities,"  he said. Every applicant gels a  tour of the planl if it is processing at the lime and if not they  gel a tour through a photo  album.  As yet the plant is still nol  operating every day and  employees are on an on-call  basis but Shelrud is looking forward to the day they will have a  company team competing in  community sports.  "We will remain a community oriented business," is also  written in the company policy.  After being cleaned and gel-  ting a final soak to bring the  temperature down to zero, the  fish are individually weighed  and packed into styrofoam  boxes with plastic inserts. A  small quantity of ice is included  along with a specially developed  diaper to absorb any water.  nam  MM Letters to the Editor  Theatre Project urges local support  Editor:  For the last few months the  Gibsons Landing Theatre Project Society has been very busy  preparing presentation brochures and collecting the  necessary data and information  to approach the provincial and  federal governments and private  corporations for funding to  build our theatre. This work is  now ready and we are looking  forward to the major job of  persuading these major contributors that a theatre in Gibsons will fulfill a vital need and  benefit this area for years to  come.  Now we need the support and  held of the people who live and  work here! How can you help?  Firstly, become a member.  The cost is low - only $5 per person and $7 per family. The  more members we have, the  more support we can show to  others.  Secondly, help us by giving a  donation to the theatre. Your  donation is tax deductible as we  are a registered non-profit society. Every donation is appreciated and we are impressed  that many people and groups  are already believing in the  value of our theatre project and  contributing financially to the  theatre.  Already, we have 'sold' 52 of  the 300 available theatre seats.  We hope that we will quickly  'sell' the remaining seats. Arid  so you ask, "Why would I want  to purchase a theatre seat for  $250 each?" Here are some of  the reasons why 52 people have  already done so.  1) They are tired of watching  excellent coastal drama and  music productions sitting on  hard chairs in drafty halls with  inadequate viewing and sound  systems.  2) They wish to have good  drama and music productions  come to Gibsons which have no  facility in which to perform  now.  3) They want to increase the  opportunities for learning  theatrical skills, theatrical appreciation and theatrical involvement for our children,  teens and adults.  4) They believe in the value of  culture in our community and  are willing to purchase a seat for  $250 as a demonstration of their  Grays enjoying  stay In England  by Jim Gray  Try to imagine Wayne Gret-  zky 'dropping by' Sechelt  Elementary School with the  Stanley Cup under arm. Well, il  was a surprise, much like that  for the English students at Fran-  che Middle School in Kidderminster, England.  The KIWANIS CLUB  of Gibsons & District  ���re again in 1988 submitting the sama proposal which was applied for In 1987 to the  B.C. Housing Commission To Expand The  Apartmento At Kiwanis Village. This addition would be for 40 units to be occupied  by low Income senior citizens with Incomes  to a maximum of $20,000 per year. If any  senior citizen Is Interested In the above and  would Ilka further Information please contact Bill Wright at 880-7738; Bill Laing at  888.8100; Dan Wheeler at 888-8808 or  any member of the Kiwanis Club or by  writing to the Kiwanis Club of Qlbsons, Box  815, Qlbsons, B.C. VON 1V0. We would appreciate hearing from you no later than  April 18,1988,  For young lads who do nothing but dream and live to play  for the most prestigious soccer  trophy this side of the world,  the F.A. Cup was indeed a signt  for them to behold!  In the photo, even Tyler  Gray, a Secheltonian over for a  year with his family, appears  impressed with the hardware.  F.A. Cup holders, Coventry  City, brought the cup over to  Franche School for the morning  and the local Kidderminster  Harriers soccer team, holders of  the non-league F.A. Trophy,  also brought their silver. A neat  experience for the whole school.  The family is enjoying England and surrounding countryside and especially is enjoying the year teaching.  We continue to enjoy local  news of the coast, even if papers  arrive sporadically...keep sending them until August.  Cheers!  Jim & Laurie  & the Grays  The Sunshine Coast News is celebrating the  First Anniversary of the Opening of its Sechelt office  at 5521 Cowrie St.  To mark this occasion, another step forward in the 43 year  history of the newspaper, we are hosting an  OPEN HOUSE  on Thursday, April 14th  from noon until 5:30 pm  You are specially invited to drop in and see our offices, meet  our staff and enjoy our hospitality. We're proud to be your  community newspaper, and we want to show our appreciation for your support.  537 Cruice lane, Gibsons  5521 Cowrie St., Sechell  886-2622 885-3930  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945  belief.  5) They know lhai their $250  is an investment in many enjoyable days and evenings in the  future for themselves and their  families.  6) They know that senior  governments will help us when  we can show that by memberships and contributions, our  community wants and needs a  performing theatre.  7) They will receive historic  fame as their name will be placed on an engraved plate on their  seal and also be recorded on a  permanenl scroll in the theatre  lobby.  We invite your readers to join  us in supporting our theatre  projeel by purchasing a  membership and contributing  financially. Especially, we invite  those who are financially able lo  purchase one of our limited  number of seats at $250 each  and join the 52 people who have  already chosen to own a seal.  Look for us in the local  malls or call us at 886-8778 and  we will be pleased to show you  the project and explain our  needs.  Mary Bitlroff  Secretary, GLTP Society  St****  Coast News, April 4,1988  3.  MORTGAGE UPDATE  Apr.  t  6 mo.  lyr.  2 yr.  3 yr.  lyr.  5yr.  tit  9.00  975  10.25  10.50  10.75  11.00  2nd  11.25  11.75  12.25  12.75  13.25  V.R.M.  Professional Real Estate Service  Stan and Diane Anderson  (OH.) 885-3211 (Rat.) 885-2385 Vancouver Tall Frit 684-8016  Anderson Realty Ltd., Sechelt  OFFICE SPACE  AVAILABLE  in the Professional Block  next to the Medical Clinic  in Cibsons  307 sq. ft.  to  1,200 sq.ft.  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She  ���Ken Collins photo  Roberts    Creek  I New executive elected  by Jeanie Parker, 885-2163  The  attendance  al   last  Wednesday's Community Association  meeting  was disappointed   bul   fortunaie   ihere  were enough people concerned  enough  lo  form  a  new  executive.   Harry   Almond   was  I elected   President,   relieving  Diana Zornes afler six years of  phone calls.  Alan Young steps in as Vice-  fc President,  Jacob Chaban re-  K turns as Treasurer, and Jamie  ; Davidson will stay on as Secre-  1 tary. Diana Zornes did consent  ; to serve as a Director, joining  |< Yvonne Mounsey and Dorothy  -' Boragno whose terms continue.  I    A legal nolice of an application to close the right of way on  jjthe   'right-hand'  side  of  Ihe  S mouth of Roberts Creek was of  ��1 concern to many al the meeting.  JJMany people use lhal road as  kaccess to the waterl'ronl and  Jwould like to see the adjoining  1 piece of properly acquired lo  jjadd to Ihe Regional Board park  2 on the other side of ihe Creek.  * The Regional Board is on re-  jjcord as opposing Ihe closure  gand the Community Association voted to also send a letter  f to the Departmenl of highways.  ^.Individuals are urged to write  {letters to the Department at Box  J740, Gibsons, voicing their con-  Seems. The deadline is April 29.  Regional Board Director,  Brett McGillivray stressed that a  proposed restructuring of the  boundaries of Gibsons would  have more impact on Roberls  Creek than we realize. The Port  Mellon mill provides a major  source of taxes for the Regional  District and if il is included in  Gibsons our taxes would go up  considerably.  Bretl said the ballfields at  Cliff Gilker Park are progressing, although not on any absolute time line. When the rains  stop more work can be done to  level and prepare the fields for  seeding.  Besides Ihe $60-70,000 in  funds for Ihe fields acquired  though a $43,000 lottery fund  grant, the West Howe Sound  Recreation Commission, and  the sale of trees logged from the  site, the Regional Board has approximately $4000 available lo  replace the playground equipment at the park. Brett is looking for input on this to order it  right away. He's also open to  ideas for the park down by the  mouth of the Creek.  Barry Reeves, from the Sunshine Coasl Golf Club attended  the meeting to answer questions  about a proposed expansion of  the golf course. People were  concerned about the amount of  land required from Cliff Gilker  Park, the water supply, and  NOTICE OF  PUBLIC  HEARING  Proposed Amendments to Town of Gibsons  Zoning Bylaw No. 555, 1986  Pursuant to Section 956 and 957 ot the Municipal Act, a  PUBLIC HEARING will be held in the Municipal Hall, 474  South Fletcher Road, Gibsons on Monday, April 18,1988 at  7:30 pm to consider Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 555-3,  1987. At the hearing all persons who deem Iheir interest in  property affected by Ihe proposed bylaw shall be afforded  an opportunity to be heard on matters contained in the  bylaw.  The intent of Ihe bylaw is lo amend the present zoning as  described:  1. That certain parcels of land in the Town ol Gibsons,  more particularly known and described as Block "A",  D.L. 685, Plan 6406 be rezoned from the existing Single-  Family and Two-Family Residential Zone 3 (R.3) to the  proposed Multi-Family Residential 2 (RM.2);  2. That certain parcels of land in the Town of Gibsons,  more particularly known and described as Lot "C",  Block 17, D.L. 685, Plan 20083 be rezoned from the existing Single-Family and Two-Family Residential Zone 3  (R.3) to the proposed Multi-Family Residential Zone 2  (RM.2);  3. That certain parcels of land in the Town of Gibsons,  more particularly known and described as Lot 4, Block  16. D.L. 685, Plan 7109 be rezoned from Ihe existing  Tourist Commercial Zone 2 (C.2) and the Single-Family  Residenlial Zone 2 (R.2) to the proposed Multi-Family  Residential Zone 2 (RM.2).  4. This bylaw may be cited as "Zoning Amendment Bylaw  No. 555-3, 1987."  Take notice that (a) this bylaw is subject to the prior adoption of Official Community Plan Amendment Bylaw No.  520-1, 1987, and that (b) the above descriptive paragraphs  are deemed to be a synopsis of the Zoning Amendment  Bylaw No. 555-3, 1987, and are not deemed to be an interpretation thereof.  A copy of the amending bylaw is available for Inspection at  the Gibsons Municipal office, 474 South Fletcher Road,  during office hours.  Rob Buchan  Municipal Planner 8i Approving Officer  possible pollution but those  questions will have to be  answered at a public hearing  to be held in Roberts Creek in  the near future. The Sunshine  Coasl as a whole has a say in the  matter and Roberts Creek  residents in particular must  agree to a change in the Settlement Plan.  LEGION MUSIC  Coming to the Roberts Creek  Legion this weekend, April 8  and 9, is Jimmy Bowers, an excellent guitarist and nationally-  known performing record producer. He has an easy-going  style and plays a wide variety of  music from the 40's, 50's and  60's.  The next weekend the Little  Legion will be transformed inlo  the 'Manhattan Nightclub.' The  Third Estate will provide a  selection of highly danceable  top 40's music along with swing  music from the 40's and 50's.  Food will be served both nights.  Members and guesl welcome.  CRAFT SALE  The Sunshine Coasl Save the  Children Fund is holding its spring sale of crafts in the Trail  Bay, April 12 and 13 and at  Sunnycrest Mall, April 14, 15,  and 16. Please support this worthy cause.  Planner  asks for  action  "With the recent political  decision to opt out of the  regional function of the  Economic Development Commission), due to continuing  dissatisfaction over the perceived lack of Municipal benefit, it  is all the more imperative to  clarify the vague status of the  Town's Strategy Plan. In addition, it is now necessary to address the issue of economic  development directly in the current Municipal budget..." Gibsons planner, Rob Buchan told  a committee meeting of Gibsons  Council last week.  The remarks were part of a  report which Buchan had been  asked to give on the recommendations included in the Gibsons  Development Strategy Plan. In  his statements, Buchan warned  council, "Since the receipt of  the Plan in 1987, there has been  little progress on which lo reflect almost one year later, and  there is now a grave danger of  the momentum of the original  commendable decision being  lost through inertia."  To date, four of the 30  recommendations that Buchan  listed have been acted on.  Buchan compiled the list, but  refused to priorize Ihe recommendations, saying that it was a  political decision which needed  to be made. Committee members agreed to study the list and  come back to the next planning  meeting prepared to set  priorities.  PROFESSIONAL  FINANCL*' "'ANNINGl  Our    experience    andl  expertise  enables us to I  design programs loi youi |  presenl & future goals  Call CUM Garrett  MttniUI-MU  Ban M1-4M1  bull MS-2M3  I Th* Hanukiduran Company I  Wake for  Suzy Q  by Ken Collins  The Suzie Q, as the Sunshine  Coast Queen was affectionately  called by locals before going to  a watery grave in the Pacific  Ocean West of Astoria Oregon,  will be the subject of a  'roast/wake' at Gibsons Legion  April 15.  Operated by BC Ferries for  approxiamately ten years between Horseshoe Bay and Langdale the vessel was originally  built as the world's most powerful icebreaking automobile ferry  by the Michigan State Highway  Department. She was put into  service for less than six years  under the name Vacationland  before being replaced by a  bridge.  She then hauled trucks between Detroit and Buffalo and  also plied the waters of the St.  Lawrence between Rimouski  and Baie Comeau, Quebec. It  was after that she came to BC.  Hard times followed her BC  service and she was being towed  to Shanghai as scrap when she  floundered in 8,000 feet of  water one night last December.  Detroit newsman John L.  Walters writes in a press release  announcing the roast/wake,  "The former officers are agreed  that she had 'a mind of her  own' and they were not at all  surprised when 'she decided she  didn't want to go to China to be  cut up into razor blades'."  Local rumours suggest that  there were no witnesses to her  actual sinking and she may actually be living another life  under a new identity.  In any case, invitations are  going out to all who ever had  anything to do with the vessel  but organizers say the $10.00  tickets are limited even though  all are welcome. Persons interested in attending the buffet  dinner should contact co-or-  dinator, Melanie Barnett at the  BC Ferry, Langdale terminal.  NEED A LAWYER  OR LEGAL INFORMATION?  LAWYER REFERRAL SERVICE If you think you might have a  legal problem but aren't sure, if you need legal advice but don't  know where to look, If you need a lawyer but don't know one  -the Lawyer Referral Service can help you. It's simple and  Inexpensive: an interview of up to 30 minutes costs only $10.  Lawyer Referral Service,  DIAL-A-LAW: For free general legal information on 12S different  topics, phone toll-free 1-800-972-0956 (in Vancouver 687-4680).  9  A public service ol the B.C. Branch, Canadian Bar  Association, funded by the Law Foundation of B.C.  Drop oil ycui  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  Quality  Colour Portraits  Reg.  $10.95  Now Only  $g.95  plus $2.00  sitting fee  Package  Includes  1 - 8 x 10  2 - 5 x 7's  10 wallets  $2.00 sitting fee for each subject in the portrait. Package features  our selection (2 poses) on your choice of blue or brown old masters  background. Additional charge for scenic and seasonal  backgrounds. Special effects, black & white backgrounds and  props available only in our designer collection at regular prices.  Limit; one special per family.  This offer in effect at Sears Catalogue Stores in:  SUNNYCREST MALL    Gibsons, B.C.  TUES., APRIL 12  9:30-1:00 and 2-5:30  WED., APRIL 13  9:30-1:00 and 2-4:30  your moneys worth...and more  VIE FOR THE COAST NEWS CHALLENGE CUP  from Gibsons  to Sechelt  For the FUN of it!"  21km  Start: The Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons  Finish: Sechelt Indian Band Hall  RACE DAY SCHEDULE  8:30-9:15 am - Packet Pick-up  and Late Registration  9:20 - Report to Start  9:30 - Start  *ttT��  ENTRY FEE - Includes T-Shirt, Refreshments & Draw Prizes  PRE-REGISTER BY MARCH 30th TO GET T-SHIRT  $2.00 - Late Registration (after Mar. 30 and on Race Day)  and those not wanting a T-Shirt  For More Information Call Cam Mackenzie 886-9137  Sunday. April 10th  9:30 am  ^^^^^^          Sponsored By B & D Sports & Coasl News  ENTRY FORM - 11th Annual APRIL FOOLS' RUN, Sunday, April 10/88   Make cheques payable to: Sunshine Coast Athletics  Forms ��� Pickup & Dropoff ��� B & D Sports, Sunnycrest Mall  Name:.  (please print)  Address:.  Phone:   _MD   FQ  Age:.  Individual Runner ��� Relay Team MemberD  FEE ENCLOSED Team Name:   $ 2.00 D No T-Shirt     No. in Team:   $10.00 ��� Students  $12.00D Adults      $8.00DTeam     $10.00DTeam[������  DS DM DL DXL  ATHLITE'S WAIVE*  In consideration of your accepting this entry, I hereby for  myself, my heirs, executors and administrators waive and  release any and all rights to cliiims (or damages I may have  against the organizers of this event, agents, representatives,  successors and assigns, and the race sponsors, (or all and  any Injuries I may sustain during the course of the event.  SIGNATURE Ol ATHLETE  PAatNTlUCAl SIGNATURE  Zn hf      a    .."* *taw competitor, hereby certify  aoove waiver on Mall of the said competitor.  5- SICNATURE Ol PARENT/LEGAL GUARDIAN Coast News, April 4,1988  Mr. & Mrs. Phil Sheridan listen to Branch President BUI Richardson it Phil's roast last week, held at the  Roberts Creek Legion. -John Burnside photo  Roberts Creek Legion  honours Phil Sheridan  by Jeanie Parker  He was born and raised in  Canada, but at hearl Phil  Sheridan is as Irish as any  Dubliner. Naturally the 'roast'  for Phil held at the Roberts  Creek Legion on March 27 was  a festival of all things Irish:  poetry, songs, oratory,  humour, and, yes, some sentimentality.  Master of Ceremonies Frank  Zantolas started things off by  presenting Phil wilh a hand-  drawn map of Ireland. Then he  called upon several of Phil's  friends and Legion comrades to  express a few thoughts and feelings about him.  Branch President Bill Richardson gave a bit of Phil's illustrious history and Ladies  Auxilliary President Marie  Walkey serenaded him with a  lovely rendition of the Mountains of Mourne.  Lending his rich baritone to  some Irish poetry, John Burnside commented that the Irish  are greal folks for words and,  judging   from   conversations  Member of  ALLIED...  The Careful Movers  31  LONG  DISTANCE  MOVING  We  can move you  ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD  LEN WMY'S TRANSFER LTD.  Custom Packing, Storage, Local & Long Distance Moving  HWY. 101. GIBSONS        ^SSSSSST   8B62664  Term Deposit SPECIALS  1/2% 365 DAYS  Per Annum  Vk% 180 DAYS  Per Annum  Minimum Deposit $10,000  Interest paid on Maturity'  Limited Time Otter  Quotations available on deposits over $100,000  REGULAR HOURS  Tues.-Thurs. 10-5 Saturday 10-2  Friday 10 - 6 Closed Mondays  SUNSHINE COAST  CREDIT UNION  Bdo Square, Seche  Tel: 885-3255  Kern's Plaza. G  Tel: 886-8121  with him, Phil had certainly inherited that trait.  Past President, Tommy Des  Lauriers echoed that sentiment,  relating how, when he was  Branch Secretary, Phil's presentation of even the driest of  material garnered him ovations  at meetings. He presented Phil  with an engraved burl clock on  behalf of the Roberts Creek  Legion.  John Bottomley also attested  to Phil's eloquence although it  was of a different variety and  had something to do with falling into a septic tank. On the  other side, Padre Jim Whittles  could not resist the invitation to  "say a few words" about Phil  and his contribution to the  Legion.  Dorothy Wright called Phil  "God's Gift to Us Girls" and  Annie Dempster told him he  had a gift for making others,  especially women, feel special.  Appropriately, she presented  him with a replica of the  Blarney Stone.  Columnist Jeanie Parker  described Phil's social nature  and before singing him a  number of Irish rebel songs in  her sweet Scottish voice,  Catherine Kelly spoke for many  when she said she wished she'd  known Phil twenty years ago instead of two.  The visiting Zone Commander commented that the  'roast' seemed more of a 'toast'  as everybody seemed to have  such nice things to say about  Phil Sheridan. But Phil himself  exemplified his own nature with  a quotation of A.E.  Houseman's poem, "Let me  live in a house by the side of the  road and be a friend to man."  The party really came alive  with the appearance of a special  treat for Phil. Belly dancer,  Catherine Weller shimmered  and shimmered around the  room so enticingly that all the  men were fumbling at her swaying hips to tuck dollar bills into  her costume, much to the merriment of the rest of the crowd.  Musical interludes were also  provided by the sweet soprano  of Betty Tobiasson with some  more Irish tunes and the versatile Kay Zantolas on the  piano. A luncheon of cold cuts  provided by the ladies of the  Auxilliary also received enthusiastic attention.  It was a great afternoon of  fun and congeniality which led  Commander Mansfield to comment on how the Roberts Creek  Legion was obviously thriving  and doing things right. In the  words of Phil's wife Jean and  related by Allan Mason, "The  roast for Phil was not a  medium, it was well-done."  Remarkable New Discovery Makes Year Round Gardening Possible!  SOLAR PRISM greenhouse  protects your garden all year  long. Never too much sun. never  hit) much rain. Never too hut.  never too cold, but always a tropical, self created climate that's just  right.  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SOLAR PRISM  greenhouse on display  for 3 days only at:  SUNNYCREST  MALL  Gibsons  April 10-12  12 noon to 6 pm  SSupertfelu  IN EVERY WAY  Sunnycrest Mall,  Gibsons  100% Locally Owned & Operated  Prices effective:  Mon., Apr. 4  to Sun., Apr. 10  OPEN  9:30 am ��� 6:00 pm  Fridays 'till 9:00 pm  Sundays 11:00 am ��� 5:00 pm  Weston's - Homeade Style  White Or Whole Wheat  BREAD  .49  570 gm    ea.  ! Limit 2 Loaves With A $25 Order  Additional Purchases 99"  28% 32's, 33's, 48's, 54's, 66's  Ultra  PAMPERS  7.99  "Limit 1 With A $25 Family Order  Additional Purchases $10.48  No Name - Sliced  SIDE  BACON SOOgmpkg  Canada Grade 'A' Beef - Bone In  CHUCK BLADE  STEAK    *,3.04 ��  Oven Fresh  SUPER-GRAIN  BREAD  Oven Fresh  POTATO BUNS ��  Royale  BATHROOM  I lOOUb 8 Roll Pkg.  Glad  GARBAGE  D All O        Super Pack Of 40  Oven Fresh  TEA BISCUITS  2.49  1.38  1.49  1.49  2.88  6.99  6's     IWW  F.B.I. Frozen From Concentrate  ORANGE  JUlUt 341 ml Tins  California Grown ��� Large  NAVEL on  ORANGES    .64 ���,.__. 3  .98  B.C. Grown ��� Large Anjou  PEARS        toi.oi  Washington Grown ��� Field  RHUBARB. 2.84  lb.  Washington Grown ��� Medium  ONIONS       .64  ib. ���H'w  1.29  it. ��� ����� w  ��� ���.--.'-**^*tat  _-l-'-_J-     1   .  -''��� Coast News, April 4,1988  Reading  Centre  now legal  by Penny Fuller  Beaver Island Grocery is Pender Harbour's newest business, a family-run blend of grocery store, coffee  shop and arcade, provides residents with the previously-unavailable convenience of shopping and snack-  ing between 8 am and 10 pm (11 pm on weekends). ���Mynk winchnm photo  Pender Patter  New store is welcome  by Myrtle Winchester  Congratulations to Jennifer  and Owen Solkema and family  on the grand opening of iheir  Beaver Island Grocery, March  31, on Francis Peninsula Road.  Jennifer says "We're just  here for the convenience," bul  the store has a few features unique (and welcome) to Pender  Harbour. Early morning (8:00)  coffee and light breakfasts, late  nighl (10:00, 11:00 on  weekends) grocery shopping,  pinball games and video games.  Stop by and check out the  homemade pizza and submarine  menu.  ^ALOHA HIGH  :���;   Pender Harbour Secondary  ���: School will hold a Hawaiian  ���.'.Nighl dinner and evening of  "entertainment   including   a  fashion show, lip sync contest  and hula dance on April 20 in  Ihe school gymnasium beginning al 6 pm.  Tickets, on sale at Ihe Oak  Tree Market, Colonel  Flounder's and the PHSS office  from April 1 to 13, are $5 and  $3.50 (over 12 years of age and  under 12 years of age) for (lie  dinner and show. Children  under tlve will be admitted free  and admission for the show only, beginning at 7:30 pm, is $1.  Everyone  is encouraged  to  dress for the occasion, Hawaii  stvle.  WWI VKT WANTKI)  Branch 112 of the Royal  Canadian Legion (Madeira  Park) would like lo hear from a  WWI vel or vet's widow for an  upcoming Vimy Evening.  If you can help, call or drop  inlo Branch 112.  CLINIC THANKS  The Ladies Auxiliary of the  Pender Harbour and District  Health Cenlre would like to formally express Iheir appreciation  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  .Mistakes are made  ;>:   || by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  of all the hard working local  ladies who support them and  the clinic.  Thanks lo all who staff the  Bargain Barn and Clinic  Showcase and those who knit  and supply other arts and crafts  items for sale for the benefit of  the clinic.  Special thanks to Muriel  Cameron, whose hard work and  dedication holds together the  Bargain Barn and inspires  everyone who knows her.  HARBOUR CALENDAR  April 5-8 Aquatic Centre program registration; April 7  Serendipity Playschool Open  House, Community Bingo;  April 9 Legion Meat Draw;  April 20 PHSS Aloha High;  April 23 Lions Auction. April  29 Community Spring Concert.  POETS  In my coverage of the Harbourside Poetry and Jazz Evening held at the Pender Harbour  School of Music, I neglected to  mention the names of the ihree  poels who gave readings from  their works. These were Theresa  Kishkan, John Pass and Jay  Hamburger.  ; ^  Sometimes when mistakes are  ��� ~made in a column one can lay  . tthe blame on the odd gremlin  ;:running loose between column  ^presentation and production.  : Bui no such blame can be laid  I: lor no less lhan two faux pas  !;>inade last week.  ���' Why did I write that the  ���: faster Egg Hunt al Connor  I Park was at 10:00 am? 1 was  ; distinctly informed that the time  ��� was noon and will never know  ;iAyhy I decided to change that,  fumble apologies to the Half-  ;!jrioon Bay Recreation Association for the incovenience caused  :by this error.  '.:  Not content with that one I  then went on to mention that  ��� the additional bus service lo  Redrooffs would transport  ^passengers from the 2:30 ferry  ���irom Horseshoe Bay, and of  ,:eburse lhal should have been  ".the 3:30 ferry. Maybe I just  need a wee holiday!  ;:^T THE HALL  jj! The    Welcome    Beach  Community   Association's  Shuffleboard playoffs will lake  ;place on Thursday April 7, at  ���7:30 pm.  You will be made  Welcome even if you are nol a  :player as Bill Vorley will be  iijHowing his videos of activities  at the hall during the pasl year.  Who knows, you may be a slar  in one of ihem.  Then on Saturday, April 23,  there will be a dinner dance and  presentation of shuffleboard  awards. Friends and visitors will  be welcome to attend. For reservations call Mildred Chuckrev  at 885-5249 or Barbara Griinsev  at 885-9860. They will be glad lo  hear from you.  A spring cleaning reminder.  Don'l throw oul that old coffee  table or mother-in-law vase.  Hand it over to Ihe Halfmoon  Bay Fire Deparunenl  HOSPITAL AUXILIARY  The Auxiliary meeling will be  nexl Monday, April 11 al 10:00  am at the Welcome Beach Hall.  Members old and new welcome.  The Pender Harbour Reading Centre Society has now  become a legal entity. /*fter  almost six months of paperwork  and processing, the group has  received federal designation as a  society and will be holding its  first general meeting on April 6.  One of the first orders of  business for the new society,  will be to form a committee  which will investigate alternatives and make recommendations on how to best administer  a bequest left to the reading centre by Ruth Schaeffer. Blanche  Perrika, the chairperson of the  current board of directors told  the Coast News last week that  every effort will be mr.'le to use  the money as Mrs. Schaeffer  had wished.  Whatever the society finally  decides to do with the bequest,  it now seems assured that it will  not be used up paying utility  bills.  When the reading centre  moved into the old Forestry Station in Madeira Park last summer, the understanding was that  Ihe space would be free, since  the non-profit group was providing a needed community service, and the utilities would be  shared with the Sunshine Coast  Regional District (SCRD), who  planned to use part of the  building.  However, recently the centre  received a large number of unpaid utility bills, with a note  from the Regional District saying that they expected to pay  Ihem. The SCRD had nol moved into the building.  Afler the meeling wilh the  board of directors of the  reading centre, Gordon Wilson  lold Ihe Coast News that the  SCRD would pick up Ihe overdue bills, and further meetings  would be set up to work oul an  agreeable arrangement for  future bills.  The reading cenlre receives an  annual grant from the SCRD of  $800 and $2000 from the provincial government which can  be used only for books. At their  previous location, in the community hall, the centre paid a  token $1 per year rent and no  utility bills. Af the end of each  year they made a contribution  to help defray utility costs.  38  _____  ____*_:  _a__-  ____  -at-r  SMALL BUSINESS CENTRE  Capilano Collage ��� Sechelt  Free Guidance and Counselling  for  SMALL BUSINESSES AND ENTREPRENEURS  Business Plans, Loan Applications, Marketing Advice  For appointments,  885-9310  Tuaidays and Wadnetdayi  12:30 noon to 4:30 pm  -xx-  -xx-  -EE=  __________  iGALORE{��  WAREHOUSE SALE  PACKAGE DEALS on  TIRES A WHEELS    --mo^-VV-*'* '  CARS ��� TRUCKS & 4X4S   ���S(c����*  ?m3  COMPUTERIZED  HIGH SPEED  -��   BALANCING  ,**��**  H��n INSTALLATION  PHONE US FIRST FOR PACKAGE DEALS  A LOW  LOW PRICES  SURREY WHOLESALE TIRE CENTR  581-2433 ��� 581-0823  HALFMOON BAY FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT  NOTICE OF BURNING  Under the provisions of the Foresl Act and with the co-operation  of the Forest Service, the Halfmoon Bay Fire Department will be  issuing Burning Permits  FROM APRIL 15th to OCTOBER 15th, 1986  For Permit Information Phone  885-5712  NOTE: No permit Is required for a screen covered incinerator.  GREG PHELPS  FIRE CHIEF  HBVFD  PENDER  HARBOUR  !___ CREDIT UNION  BANN-BYeAB  The Board of Directors of the Credit Union  are pleased to announce a  10% dividend on Equity Share Saving  NOTICE OF  .ANNUAL GENERAL MEETINCL  FRIDAY, APRIL 15TH  Madeira Park Community Hall  Supper - 7:00 pm  Meeting ��� 8:00 pm  Supper tickets available at Credit Union Office  $6.00 each  Mon-Thurs 10-4  Fri 10-6  PENDER HARBOUR  CREDIT UNION  M3-W31  Madeira Park Rd.  Madeira Park  We're Searching For A Heart Of Gold  sq  PART 20'" ''''  To (fie Peoples  of the World  A    HAH*   I    STATEMENT   ON  Peace  ,.Thi   COURAGE, ihe resolution, ihe pure  iiiiniw. the selfless love nl one people tor  (mother���ill the spiritual -mi mom! dualities it-  .quired  Tor ctfcclmg ihis  momentous step  v tow aids peace sire Ionised on Ihe will io act.  'And il is toss.tids arousing (he necessary volition ih.it earnest consideration must he given In  le reality of man. namely, his thought. To  inderstand the relevance of this potent reality  _ s also io appreciate the social necessity of ac-  ..tu_li/.ing ils unique value through candid, dispassionate and cordial consultation, and of acting upon the ICHlllS of this process, liaha'u'llah  -insistently drew attention tu the virtues and in-  -"dispensability of consultation for ordering  human affairs He said: "Consultation bestows  , greater awareness and transmutes conjecture into certitude II is a shining light which, in a dark  Rorid. leads the way and guides. For everything  there is and will continue lo be a station of  perfection and maturity The maturity uf the gill  ' of understanding is made manifest through consultation" The very attempt to achieve peace  -Ihrough the consultative action he [imposed can  release such a salutary spirit among the peoples  \ nl ihe eanh that no power could resist the Una!  triumphal outcome.  For a free copy of the complete lUtcmcnt  TO THE PEOPLES OF THE WORLD" or  Information about the Bihai Faith and local  aclivitifi. pleaie write or call: Boa 404, Gib-  torn. BS6-207B.  ��-=  =H  HP   i   _    -.' J___E--. s- Tr '  ^' 'IF*"- ,   % #?>"  ���'���%: ���������    v _"\-/   W'-   ' ��� .1    :  Selflessness. Willingness. Understanding.  Qualities you may see in someone you  know. Someone who goes out of his or  her way to make your community a  better place to live.  Air Canada, in partnership with your  community newspaper, would like to  salute these individuals who bring so  much to your community. That's why  we created Air Canada's "Heart of Gold  Award.  Now's the time to speak out on  behalf of these individuals. Make  your nomination for  Air Canada's "Heart of Gold" Award  today. It's time we all said thanks.  Complete the form below and  include a note, or letter, giving the special  reasons why you feel the person you're  nominating makes your community a  better place to live.  Mail it to:  Air Canada's  "Heart of Cold" Award,  c/o The COAST NEWS,  Box 460,  Gibsons, B.C. VON IVO  Air Canada's "Heart of Gold" Award  in partnership with your community newspaper  My nominee tor Air Canada's "Heart of Gold" Award Is:  Addrett:  City:  Telephone #:  City:  PoTfal Code:  Telephone #:  ��  AIR CANADA  Nominee tmut be 19 yean of age or o  _?J  IMMMMMMMMMMM Coast News, April 4,1988  Sechelt Seniors  Plan error causes major flap  by Larry Grafton  Diana Davidson gave a strong plea last Friday for resident involvement in the SCRD Foreshore Task Force and for an environmental  study of Sechelt Inlet (see story front page). ��� Km Collins photo  Sechelt    Scenario  It is probably an understatement to say that the phones  have not stopped ringing since  publication of a development  plan of Block 7 in Sechelt,  (which, to clarify, is between  Cowrie, Teredo and the Highway, west of the Shop-Easy  Mall), and which appeared on  page 7 of the Press issue of  March 29.  Until one read the accompanying article, the first thing  that hits a senior's eye is a  Seniors' Centre right on Cowrie  Street. One has to assume that  this is 'poetic license' on the  part of Hamilton and Associates who prepared the plan at  Sechelt Council's request.  For those of you who are  questioning the proposed plan,  rest assured that the purchase  recently of additional property  adjoining our original lot between Trail Avenu'e and  Capilano College, for additional parking, pretty well indicates where our activity centre  will be located.  It would be safe to assume  that that particular development  plan will suffer lacerations, addition, and deletions long  before it becomes a reality,  which will cover the Seniors'  Centre as depicted.  THOSE HUMMING BIRDS  True to tradition, and pretty  Eric Huskins will be missed  by Peggy Connor, 885-9347  Eric Huskins, who passed  away a monlh ago, will never be  forgotten by Ihe Garden club. A  nice tribuie was paid io him in  the lasl newsletter.  "Al the meeting,we, slill not  knowing of his death, were  speaking of consulting him re  buses for our expeditions. Eric  was an ideal member for any  garden club and of course,  treasured as a member of ours.  He served in several offices and  was a director at the time of his  death. But let us think about the  things he did.  "If one wanted to identify a  plant specimen, you asked Eric.  At the spring sale, who always  helped and moreover who  broughl along half the plants  for sale, Eric organized the local  garden tours, who helped judge  the best gardens, who organized  the expeditions of the Garden  club and collected the monies  due? Who broughl plants for  sale to nearly every meeting to  help the club finances-Eric. And  this only scratches the surface.  We thank you Eric and we will  not forget."  SECHELT GARDEN CLUB  Alice Murray will be the guest  speaker al the Sechell Garden  club meeting on Wednesday,  April 6, at St. Hilda's Church  hall at 7:30 pm. Her talk will be  on heathers and this lady knows  how to grow them. The mini-  show theme is 'Oriental Mood'.  Dues are due, must be paid  by the end of April.  ST. MARY'S AUXILIARY  The convenors are busy plan  ning the Spring Luncheon to be  held on May 26. The handicraft  group is working hard to get  items ready.  Some items will be lor sale at  the April meeting that will be on  Thursday, April 14, at 1:30 pm  in St. Hilda's Church Hall.  FLEA MARKET SUNDAY  Ladies Auxiliary to Legion  Branch 140 are ready for their  flea market to be held at the  Legion hall on Sunday, April 10  from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.  Tables rental $5.00, phone  885-3823, or 885-9403, reserve  early.  SHORNCLIFFE AUXILIARY  The regular meeting of  Shorncliffe Auxiliary will be on  Tuesday, April 19, in the conference room at 1:30 pm.  There will be awards to two  volunteers at the Volunteer  Recognition Tea on April 20.  The auxiliary have purchased  a   portable   Public   Address  system for use outside for picnics and inside.  This year for the first time the  Auxiliary will combine with the  residents, for their bazaar to be  held on November 5.  EVO'S LAST DRAW  Tri photo winners drawn by  the writer on March 30, along  with Elaine Futterman, Lee and  Chris!  Winners of the PC 555 Auto-  focus were Bernard Mourier,  Billie Steele, Tracey Jardine and  Carol Dixon; Sandie Reid won  the P35LR; Nancy Henderson  the Zoom 70; the the SF1  Autofocus SCR went to C.  Vidler.  ROD AND GUN CLUB  The Sechelt and Gibsons  Wild Life Club together are  sponsoring the Hunters Safety  Training Core Course on April  18 to May 14, weekdays 7:00 to  9:00 pm, Saturdays 10:00 am.  The class size is limited to 25.  Davis Bay News ��t Views  Whale watching  by Jean Robinson, 885-2954  Well, I did it again. 1 went  Whale Watching at Ucluelet,  for the second time. I was accompanied by Hazel Seeton.  We gol very lucky and saw grey  whales and sea lions mere feet  away from our boat, the Eaglt  Princess.  There were dozens of bald  eagles, flights of geese, and we  even watched a deer wandering  around the tiny bay. This deer  was watching while we lay  resting in our very luxurious  room,  Everything, from the time the  bus picked us up at Horseshoe  Bay, to dinner at Wickaninnish  Inn, was first class. Our every  comfort was seen to, swiftly and  expertly. Still the best mini-  holiday for the money.  Hazel and I met a young  lady, traveling alone, who we  found out was a Kitsilano  graduate like ourselves. This  made many hours of interesting  conversation and recollections.  REMINDER  The Moms and Tots Story  Hour is April 8, from 10:30 am  until 12 noon, at the Wilson  Creek Hall, 5123 Davis Bay  Road. Don't forget all you  Moms in the area.  Then on Sunday, April 10,  the library is holding their annual Spring Tea and Book Sale  at the Wilson Creek Hall. Starts  at 2:00 pm and finishes at 4:00  pm. Volunteers make this the  one money raising event of the  year. Come and support Ihese  fine people and your very own  library.  D.B./W.C.C.A.  The General meeting of the  Davis Bay Wilson Creek Community Association is on April  11, 7:30 pm in the hall. There  may be a Karate demonstration  after the meeting. Come and  meet your new executive and  give them your support. Watch  here for more definite news on  the Karate or?  ���   (>'  ;  (/',,,r'' ;>  HH(>-242r>    lucs'lri., 10-4  well on schedule, these wee  "clumps of feathers" made a  showing at our feeders on  March 24 and 26. Obviously  they have not arrived in numbers yet, but, as discussed last  week, it's not too early to get  the feeders out and let them  establish their territory.  WINNERS  The weatherman was most  kind to us on March 26 when  we held a very successful tea  and sale. A crowd was lined up  prior to the 1:00 pm opening.  Perhaps one of the more unusual aspects was the insistence  by the Charman of Ways and  Means, Ellen Berg, that the tea  be officially opened by a male  (sound like men's lib??). In any  case, after due persuasion it was  opened by a male. If you were  there you will know who "did  the deed". If you were not, it  doesn't matter!  The tea tables were suitably  decorated for the occasion by  our hard working volunteers.  These same volunteers were  busy over the course of the  afternoon making sure that  those who attended were looked  after with tea, coffee and cake  and a sandwich plate.  The bake table was stocked  with a great variety of cakes,  cookies, candies, muffins,  bread and items too numerous  to mention. It was not long  before all these goodies had  been purchased by the assembled crowd.  Although Ihe craft tables  were nol entirely bought out,  there was certainly a great deal  of activity for those ladies who  were looking afler Ihis aspeel of  ihe lea. The few items left are  safely tucked away for next  year.  It is impossible to tender  thanks individually to the  devoted people who invariably  make these functions a sucess.  Many hours of preparation  went into the craft items, baking items for the bake table,  dehydrated bottled herbs, fresh  ground whole wheat flour, and  the list goes on and on.  Maybe too often ii is the  same members who make each  v ,.  succeeding activity the successes  that they are. The hope is  always that an influx of ne��  talent will descend on the  Thursday morning craft get-  together with some new ideas lo  offer. We have had the pleasure  of several additions to the group  recently, but there's plenty, ol  room for more.  The raffle prizes were as follows: First prize, stuffed bunny,  Flora Gardiner; Second pri/e,  easier hamper, Evelyn Busfjell;  Door prize, angel food cake,  Larry Grafton, and Cake rafjle,  Jean Sherlock.  On behalf of Branch 69, and  all the people and committees  that were involved, a greal big  "Thank You" is extended to  one and all.  They are held at the Wilson  Creek Clubhouse, and it would  be wise to pre-register.  Phone Fred Gazeley,  886-9131; George Flay,  885-9429; or Bill and Bea  Rankin, 885-9787.  The course has been reduced  Ihis year from $65.00 lo $35.00.  SC CREDIT UNION  At the Annual General Meeting of the Sunshine Coast  Credit Union, Rick Gamache  was re-elected and Harris Cole  was elected. Mike Phelan chose  not to run again.  BIKE  WIND  SPIELES  SKIP ROPES  Poppers, mini balls  whistles  885-5255  PNDERSON  IfaLTY LTD  has  RELOCATED  TEREDO SQUARE  Suite 107, 5710 Teredo St., Sechelt  Right beside Sunshine Coast Credit Union  Same phone numbers:      885-3211  Van. Toll Free 684-8016  Same friendly and efficient service  OUR SALES PEOPLE ARE:  885-2365  Diane Anderson  Stan Anderson  885-2385  Beverly Bull  Bob Bull  885-2503  885-2503  Don Hadden  885-9504  Stan Hilstad  886-2923  George Longman  Renate Pohl  8864548  885-9017  Bill Turner  885-5510  Len Van Egmond  Lynn Wilson  885-7349  885-5755  The "hottest" Real Estate Agency  on the Sunshine Coast!  PNDERSON  fRHLTY LTD  The Sunshine Coast Specialists  1f Recreation       1t Relocation        if Reti  rement  ���Ca// or drop in toe/ay/'  FREE CATALOGUE'  *   -  - ��� Coast News, April 4,1988  Sunshine Coast  Services Directory  ��� APPLIANCE SERVICES*  SERVICE & REPAIR    "   To All Major AppMancot   ^m\   Quality Reconditioned Major Appliances For Sale  Hfl GUARANTEED & DELIVERED  y Nice. Non Wording Ma|oi Appli  BJORN  8BS-7897  ��� ELECTRICAL COIMTR.  Need this space?  Ciill thu COAST   NEWS  ,n  886 267? or 88b 3930  ��� EXCAVATING  COAST BOBCAT SERVICE  Small In Size - Big In Production CQc  - Yard Clean-Up     - Post Holes ^VB  - Topsoil Gravel/Mulch Spreading ^EL  Light Trenching  fee?*  1885-7051   SECHELT ����������<�����&  HEATING  ICG LIQUID GAS  ��� Auto Propane    "  ��� Appliances  ��� Quality B.B. Q's  885-2360  Hwy lot. across St.  Irom Big Mac's, Sechell  ryg^  a  >  9��lw HomUm  Refrigeration &  Appliance Service  BACK AT PRATT RD. 886-9959  Need this space?  Call the COAST NEWS  at 886 2622 or 885 3930  ��� BUILDING CONTRACTORS*  ROOFING  Specializing in all types of  FREE      commercial & residential roofing  E S T I Ml A T E S  886-2087 eves,   Guam "teed.  I Sheehan Construction Ltd.  RENOVATIONS AND  GENERAL CONTRACTING  Marine Drive  Granlhams Ldg B.C VON 1X0  886-7830  POMFRET  CONSTRUCTION  ^^^^^^^ For all aspects ol  residential & commercial construction  885-9692  PO Box 623. Gibsons. BC  CLEANING SERVICES ���  5/ CHIMNEY CLEANING  M^   Top Hat Cleaning Systems  ^ffP "The Reliable Professionals''  886-8554   24 HOUR  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES  Port Mellon to Ole's Cove  Commercial Containers Available  885-9973 886-2938^  ��� CONCRETE SERVICES*  R.  Ready Mix Concrete  ! Sand & Gravel  ' N /"*    CONCRETE  o  LTD.  sl( nil! PLANT  __    8115-7111(1  sruviNc rHr sunshint COAST]  GIBSONS P  886-817  5 PLANT   j  174       J  Need this space?  C.ill the COAST  NEWS  .il 88o ?W? or 88b 3930  /K SEAVIEW ELECTRIC  ^ ^ Plumbing & Healing Lid.  Residential ��� Commercial ��� Industrial  ��� Maintenance & Design  ��� Energy Management  ��� Fire Alarm Systems  ��� B.C. Hydro Authorized  "Electric  Plus" Contractor  ��� I-Htt tSIIMATES���  885-7142      "  Electric Plus  Authorized  B.C. Hydro  Contractor  Jjeadide Ot*?,  ���eaAide electric JtJ  Residential - Commercial - Industrial  Box 467, Gibsons, B.C.  VON IVO  886-3308  EXCAVATING  r      BACKHOE and OPERATOR  Qualified In Septic Fields,  Forming Driveways,  Landscaping  886-3445  Garrvs Crane & Excavating  Wheel & Track Backhoes t  Excavating & Drain Fields      ^V^5  Clearing & Stump Disposal t^  Screened Topsoil - Fill  Sand & Gravel  Deliveries  886-7028  P&M EXCAVATING^  Backhoe Service  B       Septic Systems  No Job Too Small Landscaping  886-2182 or 886-8363    Stump Removal  Need this space?  Cull the COAST  NEWS  .it 886 ?62? or 88b 3930  MARINE SERVICES  (S   ILifcA    WELL DRILLING LTD.  Now serving the Sunshine Coasl  ��� Submersible Pump Installation  ���1   ��� Air Transportation Available (only tsm.nuies  f II,. from Qualicuml  '&& \yR%~'ABC        7S2-9358J  ��� GEN. CONTRACTORS*    ruiJr Dealer  Vfvinru^e ^^^^^^   * Sail Waler Licences j^j.    i  * Motel & Campsites  * Waler Taxi ^&)fi*^  * Marine Repairs        * Ice and Tackle       883-2266  CMC  Hallmark  POOLS & SPAS LTD.  Quality Product! Worldwide Since 1M6  Box 1883, Gibsons. B.C. VON IVO  886-3344  886-3364  Cornell's Marine Service  SERVICE TO AIL MAKES  Specializing In Marc. Outboard  t stern drive rebuilding  Located at  I     Smitly's Marina, Qibsons  ESTIMATES       SHOP888-7711     RES. 885-5840  MISC SERVICES  Contour DestQn  HOME PRODUCTS  Awnings ��� Railings ��� Vinyl Decks ��� Blinds ��� Flooring  ^"bE,���    SHOWROOM BY APPOINTMENT 886-3191,  laning .  ' ROLAND'S"  HOME IMPROVEMENTS LTD.'  ��� 5" Continuous aluminum gutters  ��� Aluminum soffits & fascias  ��� Built-in vacuum systems  v ��� Vinyl siding  885-3562  Fine Tree Works  Pruning - Topping      <,ul|y lnsured>  Danger Tree Removal  Landscaping 6. Maintenance  II.C. Mt.nlllk Oeel.r.1 Delivery.  MMi-*<>.'( I Hi.licrlsl'r^k.lM'V��.\<WtlV  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE  Custom Cutting - Planing  Bevel Siding ��� Posts & I  Chris Napper 886-3468  R.RJ4, S6, C78,  ^Gibsons, B.C. VON tVO  ~~ WesTCoasTDrywall->  RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION  Board  - Spray - Demountable Partitions ��� Int. & Eitl. Painting  Tape      Steal Studs     - Suspended Orvwall        . Insulation  . l-Bar Callings Callings  For Buaranteed Quality & Service Cat.  v   BRENT ROTTLUFF or RON HOVDEN   .  f   GIBSONS TAX SERVICE   ^  Ave. Price tlS.OO  Income Tax Preparation  All business strictly confidential  A. Jack  BB6-W1/  635 Martin Rd., Qlbsons  j~\ jHE  IMPROVER  LTDi  RENOVATIONS WITH "���  A TOUCH OF CLASS  COMMERCIAL li RESIDENTIAL  BOX7  HALFMOON BAY  885-5029,  'REWARD'  Have your REAL ESTATE needs handled professionally and  you will be rewarded by results Free evaluation.  consultations, and listings wanled. . ��� .... ���   ���  GIBSONS REALTY ltd. 0l,lce 886-22"  Sunnycrest Mall ReS.: 886-7134  / SUPPLYING?  ��� Vinyl Siding ��� Sundeck Coatings  / ��� Aluminum Railings ��� Aluminum Awnings  l  ��� Aluminum Patio Covers  / * Power Washing  (3)  886-7359  <5>  Conversion   Windows,   Glass,  Auto  &   Marine   Glass, Aluminum Windows  & Screens,  ..                                    Mirrors  ��� Hwy 101 & pra|| Rd. ,  Serving The Entire Sunshine Const  Gibsons Call 886-3002 Paul Franske  SCHNYDER WELD & FAB.  Welding & Repairs  866-7303   885-4116  ^ BC FERRIES  " Schedule  VANCOUVER-SECHELT peninsula  WINTER    SPRING '88  Effective Fri., Jan. 1 to  Thurs., June 23,1988  JERVIS INLET  Jjsv can Swanson's ^  [(��))   For: Ready Mix Concrete Sand & Gravel  __~_ii Dump Truck Rental  l>"HI Formed Concrete Products  V Phone 885-9666 ��� 885-5333>  Coast Concrete Pumping  <\ Foundations  m b r  , Turenne  Concrete Pumping Ltd.  ''���Pumping   ��� Foundations ���Patios  ��� Pitting     ��� Sidewalks     ��Floor  ��� Finishing  ���Driveways  ii   RR*4oib^o.n 886-7022  Need this space?  CU  till.'  COAST   Nl WS  .it 880 ?0?\u HUH ;i9:��)  HCHAINSAWS^  SALES & SERVICE  KELLY'S LAWNMOWER &   CHAINSAW LTD.  I   HWY. 101 & PRATT RD,  886-2912  J  BLACK RICHMOND PEAT SOIL  6yds delivered in Sechelt   _4an  BARK MULCH  15 vde. delivered In Sechelt   $270  6',7'& 8' GOLDEN '  HEDGING EVERGREENS   ��� ���300/ft  coasts labqest meseav  .,.._���..������.. JO ACRES OF PLANTS  MURRAY'S NURSERY        Hi-aisi  . located 1 mile north ol H��y lot on M.80n Hd     ggg.��7��  J  FREE ESTIMATES  JohnParton     885-5537  Gihm M ^Smm%t>tm.  Insurance, OwtDprtan   Notary  886-2000 =  Kvil Carpel Service From Friendly Professionals In Surinvcresr Mall, Cibsons  TIEKNEY & WHITE  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS  BRYAN E. TIERNEY, CA.  683-2167 (Residence 2987713) I  214131 WATE" STREET VANCOUVER. B.C. V6B 4M3     J  GREAT PACIFIC  MANAGEMENT   "  ��� Financial Planning Service      C��" LTD'<EST' 1965)  ��� Investment Fund Ale.de.ir W. Irvine  KK->" S RrpreKntative  ��� Retirement Income Funds        (604) 886-6600  ��� Tax Shelters  *����� 1"* 127, Gibsons, B.C, VON IVO ,  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  ��� CABINETS ���  868-9411  Showroom Kern's Plaza, Hwy 10rj  yon Tuaaday jo Saturday 10-4 pm Coast News, April 4,1988  Ray Boutilier of the Coast Guard Auxiliary goes over a chart wilh Ihe crew on one of their regular patrols  (see slory below). -K��CcJU��plK,t.  To improve service  Coast Guard Auxiliary seeks funds  "Mayday, Mayday, Mayday," means a boat, often  a pleasure craft, is in trouble in  the icy waters and sometimes  seconds mean the difference  between life and death.  For this reason the Coast  Guard Auxiliary has a boat stationed in Gibsons. It is staffed  entirely by volunteers, the  operating costs are covered by  Ihe Coast Guard and the moorage is donated by Gibson's  Marina.  The vessel used is a light  18-foot runabout powered by a  140 horse Merc, inboard/outboard that will do 35 to 40 knots  in a flat sea. But often rescues  occur in heavy seas so the Auxiliary is trying to obtain a  19-foot inflatable Hurrican  Rescuecraft specifically designed for the job. The problem is  that they have to come up with  the funds themselves.  At present the Auxiliary does  regular patrols such as one last  Friday evening where the Coast  News tagged along. Commanding ihe vessel was Roy  Boutilier and he had with him  two crew members both wearing floatation suits.  "A lot of our calls are for  overdue vessels that have simply  changed their destination," said  Boutilier. For this reason they  took a mental note of vessels  moored at various spots along  the coastline as well as for  anyone who might be in trouble.  The patrol also served as a  training exercise. Local knowledge is essential for a safe rescue  and as well as the many reefs  and rocks beneath the water's  surface there is the constant  threat of wood in the water.  They try as much as possible to  mark deadheads.  "Keep an eye out for areas  where you can meet an ambulance on shore," said Boutilier.  In cases of hypothermia, time is  of the essence.  He also pointed out that they  oflen get calls for the  neighbouring islands when they  are faced with emergencies.  The patrol this evening  covered the west side of Howe  Sound including the west shore  of Bowen Island. The vessel advised Vancouver Coast Guard  every time it left its berth and  when on call the crew carry  pagers.  According to Boutilier they  wanl to raise $35,000 and are  looking for whatever help they  can get, including participants  in fundraising and managing  the day to day operations of the  stations.  "All that is required is the interest," says Boutilier.  Rhythms of Life  ���I  Revealing deceptions  by Penny Fuller  We who live by the ocean  know how mysterious and unpredictable it can be. Concealing secrets in its depths,until  suddenly, it tosses some fragments of wreckage up onto the  shore, a hint of what may still  be left undiscovered beneath the  waves.  We know the power of sea,  that can wear away rocks and  earth like a child scooping sand,  or toss logs about like twigs in a  puddle.  Neptune, the planet named  for the God of the sea, encompasses all ihose elements,  nebulous and deceptive, but an  emissary of powerful, inevitable  change. II is, perhaps, the most  difficult planet to interpret for  an astrologer, as impossible lo  grasp as water. Il isn't until the  full force of a Neptunian  onslaught has passed, that one  can see the effects.  When Neptune entered the  sign of Capricorn al the end of  1984, I raised my astrological  eyebrows and watched wilh interest.  Capricorn is the sign that  represents banking institutions,  governments, corporations and  religious institutions. Pretty well  anything that might be housed  in a big building with columns  outside can be classified as  Capricornian.  Neptune confuses, deceives  and reveals deception, dissolves  and erodes ego-based structures. Moving like the tides,  with a ponderous inevitability It  moves forward and back, forward and back. So far, il has  only moved ihrough ten degrees  of Capricorn and next week it  will start rolling backwards  again until September.  Since the beginning of 1985,  we've had the Contra scandals,  Bakker/Swaggart scandals, any  number of political scandals  and stock market queasiness.  Things should be quiet for the  nexl few months as Neptune  goes retrograde (appears to  move backwards). But come  September, when it starts rolling  forward again, we are likely lo  find fresh litter tossed out for  public examination.  It's (he darndest thing, but  Pre-Arranged  S^       Funerals       *j��S  jOtULtn \lunexat cHome offexi a compute xanae of fixe-  axxanqed funexali: -Jxaditional Junexali with JSuxiai ox  Cxemation, cJvtemoxial ^exuicel, J^ixect Carnation _bexuice,  r^fxauelide  \}unexa[l ox  _7ta.il/et to otnex locaiitiei.  \/ox thole who wilh to jixe-fiau funexal ti/jruui, __\eulin i  haul a aouexmnent Leaned and audited fixe-fiaid funexal  jilan. IOO flex etnt of fundi fluid axe placed in an intexeit-  Leaxina txuit account, *lfoux funexal evjiemei ate infiation-  tixoof- th_ coit ii toched-in at cuxxent fixicc leoeli. Df you evex  want to cancel, all youx money ii refundable, with intexeit.  Ca[�� ox write XW/irt Uunexal GTTome fox an anointment ox  fox moxe infoxmation 8oO"95511-  cNo colt ox obligation.  this planet, which in times past  was held personally responsible  for delusion and deception (especially self-deception) has the  nastiest habit of signifying the  exposure of deceptions.  Take note, those of you born  in the last week of December or  first week of January, or the  end of June and beginning of  July. This position of Neptune  will particularly affect you.  Don't be tempted into anything  underhanded or unethical. Neptune is most likely to hit on you  to toss up and expose.  Of course, this is true for  everyone- especially where some  form of trust is concerned  -money, spiritual guidance,  emotional interactions. If you  think of doing anything that  you might prefer be kept from  the public eye, save it for ten  years. That's how long it will  take Neptune to move out of  Capricorn, and until then its  besl to keep your nose clean and  your hands on the table.  Rumour  false  We have no idea how the  rumour gol started, bul we  haslen lo assure you lhal neither  Nifty Thriftys nor Gibsons  Food Bank are closing, nol in  our foreseeable future in any  case. We have about the same  number of clients for the food  bank and for the thrift store as  usual and so we continue as  usual.  ��tfiW�� s"yl"> "!��� SumhlM Coeal  879 Seerhm Hd��� Bo, ut aibaom. B.C.  REMEMBER:  If you're going to  gamble with your  SEPTIC TANK  a flush  is better  than a  | full house  BONNIEBROOK  INDUSTRIES ltd  I" Seplic Tank Pumping  | AsK For Lucky Larry 886-70641  Cable  Eleven  Tuesday, April S  7:30 p.m.  Gibsons Council Meeling 'Live'  Gavel lo gavel coverage of  the Gibsons Council meeting  'live' from Gibsons Council  Chambers.  Wednesday, April 6  7:00 p.m.  Slatus of Women  ESP TV takes a look at the  BCTF Status of Women Committee. Colleen Partridge and a  panel of students and teachers  talk with provincial and local  members of the committee.  Goals, objectives and concerns  of the committee will be discussed.  8:00 p.m.  Pioneers of the Sunshine Coast  The broadcasting students of  ESP TV present another in a  series on the Pioneers of the  Sunshine Coast. George  Cooper's guest this week is  Bruce Woodsworth who talks  aboul growing up on the Coasl  and memories of his father MP  J.S. Woodsworth.  Thursday, April 7  7:00 p.m.  Talk to your Local Governmenl  This 'live' phone-in program  is another in a series that will  allow the viewers to talk lo  members of their local government. Al Price hosts this show  with invited guests Gibsons  Mayor Diane Strom, Sechelt  Mayor Bud Koch and new  Regional Board Chairman  Peggy Connor. Topics of local  concern will be discussed and  viewers are invited to phone in  with their views and questions.  8:00 p.m.  SPCA Working on the Coasl  Local SPCA President  Phyllis McNichol, Vice President Dr. Joel Bornstein and  Sandra or Christine Borley join  us in the studio to talk about the  needs of the SPCA.  8:30 p.m.  Consumers Association  Ken Collins hosts this discussion on the Consumers Association of Canada with guests  Gwen Robertson and Jessie  Burger jon.  School District No. 46 (Sunshine Coast)  KINDERGARTEN  REGISTRATION  Parents of pupils entering kindergarten in  September 1988 are asked to register their  kindergarten-age children at the elementary  school serving their area.  Registration will take place from  TUESDAY, APRIL 5TH through  FRIDAY, APRIL 8TH  Please be advised that proof of age (a birth certificate or passport) must be supplied before  registration can be completed. Kindergarten  students must be five years ot age on or before  December 31st, 1988.  In order to secure adequate kindergarten staffing  levels for the Fall, it is essential that an accurate  March forecast is obtained.  FOR FRESH AIR COMFORT  WE  SCREEN  Woo'd&  Aluminum Windows  We make and repair  Door & Window Screens  The most complete Glass Shop  on the Sunshine Coast.  ������������'  -������ ' ���������' '���*-���'������  _____*_____*  ���Mi  MMkVMaHH  1tm______________m___\ 10.  Coast News, April 4,1988  And they're off!! Part of the festivities in Lower Gibsons on Sunday included egg-balancing races. These  kids obviously took the compelition seriously. -Penny Fuller pholo  George    in    Gibsons  New residents in Gibsons  ���j    by George Cooper, 886-8520  Just off Prall Road al 1057  E Fairview, a house is being rel'ur-  �� bished to make a special home  (   for lour special people.  Four who will now have the  opportunity to learn to be pari  of ihe community and who will,  in fuel, simply be the new family in ihe neighborhood.  Because ihe four are handicapped, their home will have  supervision twenty-four hours a  day by specially trained staff.  The handicaps these four labour  under are either physical or  menial, bul they do earnestly  hope lo work loward living in-  dependly. "This is nol a halfway house for ihe menially ill,"  the supervisor says, "and we  would like lo allay any misgivings ihe neighbors may have in  lhal regard."  When an addition is compiled around Ihe end of the  month, the lower ground level  of the house will become an independent living unit for two  male residents. In Ihe main pari  of the house there will be rooms  for iwo female residents along  wilh Iheir dining room, living  room, and kitchen. A large  room, the loll, will be reserved  as a respite room.  "This will be a quiel place,"  says Dale Thompson, the newly  appointed supervisor who has  come from Prince George  where she was a supervisor wilh  the Aim High Handicapped  Association. "No noisy parlies  here nor revving car motors."  Dale adds, "This kind of  residence does nol lower properly values as experience  elsewhere in ihe province has  proven. Ours will have ihe landscaping completed in due lime,  lo enhance ils appearance."  She said thai local contractors, merchants, realtors and  lawyer are providing Ihe service  necessary to gel the residence  ready. "When all is completed,  we will have an open house."  The residents, the family, will  have a program of employment  to participate in at the Achievement Center on Industrial Way  in Gibsons.  "The iwo are pari of one  operation," says Pal Juraschka,  "and Ihe Achievement Center,  by the way, will have a line of  garden furniture for sale, all  prepared under the expert  supervision of Geoff Clemenl,  our Shop Programmer. Some  of our clients, loo, are ready  and trained to do yard clean-ups  and gardening. Call me at  886-8004. And we operate an  infant car seat rental as well."  'DOLLAR A BAG  DAY"   Wed 6th April  Tues.-Sat. 10-4  Sun. 11-3  886-2488 or Box 598, Gibsons  ^,v5r*       Proceeds aid Food Bank  THRIFTY'S  above Ken's Lucky Dollar  NOTICE OF  PUBLIC  HEARING  Pursuant to Section 956 and 957 of the Municipal Act, a  PUBLIC HEARING will be held lo consider Bylaw No. 520-1,  which bylaw is proposed lo amend the Olficial Community  Plan Bylaw No. 520, 1985, ol the Town of Gibsons.  II is the intent ol the amending bylaw thai Map 1(a) of  Schedule "A" of the Town of Gibsons Olficial Community  Plan Bylaw No. 520. 1985, be amended to include:  (a) Block "A", D.L. 685. Plan 6406  (b) Lot "C", Block 17. D.L. 685. Plan 20083. and  (c) Lot 4. Block 16. D.L. 685. Plan 7109  within the proposed medium-density Residential/Commercial designation.  ' ��|     This bylaw may be cited as Official Community Plan  Amendment Bylaw No. 520-I. 1987,  The Public Hearing will be held at 7:30 pm on Monday,  April 18, 1988 in the Council Chamber at the Municipal  Hall. 474 South Fletcher Road, Gibsons. B.C. All persons  who deem their interest in property to be affected by the  proposed bylaw shall be afforded an opportunity to be  heard on matters contained therein.  The above is a synopsis of Bylaw No. 520-1 and is not  deemed to be an Interpretation ol Ihe bylaw. The bylaw  may be inspected at the Municipal Hall, 474 South Fletcher  Road, Gibsons, B.C. during office hours.  Rob Buchan  Municipal Planner & Approving Officer  "To raise funds lo go lo  Operation Track Shoes," Pat  adds, "The Achievement Center is having a garage sale and  raffle on April 30. Items for sale  are needed; please bring in whal  you can. The raffle prize is a  lingerie chest which has been  built by Geoff Clemenl."  The  telephone al  the new  residence is 886-3217.  HAPPY BIRTHDAY  Birthday greetings  to  long  lime merchant sailor and artist,  Lionel Singlehursl who will be  ninety-four this April 12.  CANDY STRIPERS  Publicity chair Mrs. Eve  Everett says the Gibsons Branch  of St, Mary's Hospital Auxiliary will present their nine  Candystripers with certificates  on April 6 al a noon bag lunch  in the Marine Room.  The Candystripers, who are  students from bolh the elementary and secondary schools,  assist the nurses, distribute  books to patients and generally  bring a cheerful presence to Ihe  wards. Their certificates will be  presented by 25-year members  of the auxiliary.  SENIOR HOUSING  The Kiwanis have an ar-  chlecl's plans ready for an extension to the Kiwanis Village  Apartments. If there are more  than a hundred seniors who  qualify and wish lo have accommodation, phone W.D. (Bill)  Wright or Dan Wheeler.  Do this immediately; the go-  ahead lo build is possible...if  ihere are enough applicants.  DEPARTURES  Soon lo leave for Canadian  Forces Base, Cornwallis in  Nova Scotia, where long-time  school chum, Lance Gregor-  chuk is already in training, is  Chad Wiseman of Gibsons.  Bolh young men were  members of the cadet corps here  and both have spent summers as  instructors at the cadet camp in  Vernon.  Also leaving for Cornwallis,  bul later, May, is John Robinson of Gibsons. John took chefs  training in the Vancouver Vocational Instilue and will continue in that work in the air  force when he finishes basic and  advanced training.  Glen Cooney of Malaview  Road will soon be back in  Halifax after a two month  cruise in the Caribbean. There,  he will be posted to HMCS  Nipigon, a helicoper-equipped  destroyer, as a radar man.  Egmont  News  Easter  Hat Tea  by Ann Cook, 883-9253  A Fun Fashion Show and  Easter Hal Tea will be held this  Wednesday, April 6 in the Egmont Community Hall at 1:30.  There will be prizes for the  prettiest, funniest and mosl  original hats.  There will be contests and  door prizes, and prizes for the  besl Thrift Store costumes. The  thrift store will be opened  upstairs in the hall, come early  and pick out your Easter outfit.  All this plus tea and goodies.  Vi Berntzen and Dolly  Wallace put many hours into  planning these tea and entertainment afternoons, we can  help by donating sandwiches,  goodies or any items that would  be suitable for prizes.  Lullaby  lady  coming  The Lullaby Lady is coming  to town. Pat Carfra, one of the  Wesl Coast's most popular and  innovative children's singer, will  be appearing this weekend at  Elphinstone Gym, on April 9 al  1:00 pm.  Carfra has been collecting  songs from parents and grandparents across the country since  Ihe early 1980's, when she began lo realize that the lullaby  was an endangered tradition.  She has just broughl oul her  third album Babes, Beasts and  Birds which was preceded by  Lullabies and Laughter and  Songs for Sleepyheads and Out-  of-Beds.  Jack and Jill Play School in  Gibsons is co-sponsoring this  concert with help from Canfor.  It is hoped that the money raised ihrough ticket sales will pay  ihe final amount owing on the  new building lhat the Play  School moved into last year.  Pat Carfra encourages parents to sing with their children,  so Elphinstone will be ringing  with music this Saturday.  HEADHUNTER s495  GHOUL   "2495  by Michael Slade  {next to Webber Photo)  277 Gower Pt. Rd.  886-7744  t.MISOVS  FISH  MARKET  NEW HOURS  10 am ��� 7 pm  7 days a week  886-7888  ^WEBBER PHOTON  TREASURE  PRINTS  Taking orders now tor  Photos on China  886-2947  275 Gower PI. Rd.  Gibsons Landing  Great Selection  of  Greeting & Art  CARDS  Gibsons Landing,  -886-2818-  eUlSBFb  mmfr  Pool Fish  Water Lilies  Fountain Kits    <jb JJ  455 Marine Dr. 886-3812   Gibsons Landing  Try our new  EUROPEAN STYLE  YOGURT  Variety MS FOODS  ^Show Piece ^  L   Gallery   J  next to  the Qlbsons  Fish Market  ART  SUPPLIES  ��� Brushes  ��� Paints  ��� Palette Knives  ��� Paper  ��� Fixatives  ...and more!  &  Ken's  We reserve the righl to limit quantities  We fully guarantee everything we sell  to be satisfactory or money cheerfully relunded.      {  Open Mon.    Sat.  Your LOTTERY Centre  H3  LOTTO-BC  SUNDAVSHOPgS  Last Week's  Draw Winner  Platter -  Joanne Martin  Glasses -  Connie  Van Swleten  7hl. >fce, '"Leoxva, Come '"��� sn��P' 5i9n Vour receiP'  "*��****��  GOOD LUCK!  t GROCERY]  Sunlight ��� Dish Washing t%_*\  detergent    5oom,1.09  Quaker - Cap'n Crunch _  ceredi        350 gmi ��� ��� D  Nine Lives -  Assorted Varieties  Cat f00(l        170 gmll , 77  Kraft - Pure Strawberry or  Raspberry _m_g\  jam250 m/1.69  Sunspun - Long Grain _ _  riCe 907 gmiOS  Hunt's ��� Whole/Crushed/Stewed      __  tomatoes      398 m/-77  Bee Maid - Creamed _ _  honey a0om.95  Nalley s  chili con  carne        425gm1.07  Palandri _m_r\  spaghetti      5oogm.79  Christie's - New Striped Chips  Ahoy1./Oreo/Fudgee-o f^  cookies      35ogJ.95  Christie's - Premium Plus - Salted  or Unsalted/Whole Wheat _ _  crackers     ��,gJ.55  Ardmona - Peaches/Pears/  Fruit Salad  fruit snack  packs      i42m,2/.95  He/la's - Cream Filled n  bars ioogm.78  Day by Day,    * Coast News, ApriU, 1988  Lucky Dollar Foods  COWER POINT ROAD, GIBSONS LANDING      886-2257  SCORE      SAVINGS  FREE DELIVERY TO THE WHARF  Prices effective:  April 5-April 10  Luck\  DOLLAR  FOODS  9:30 am - 6:00 pm  Sundays & Holidays 9:30 am - 5:00 pm  Libby's ��� In Tomato   Sauce  spaghetti/  Alphaghetti    398m,.95  jExqu/sine - Assorted Varieties _r\_v%  I pasta dishes i47gm1.39  ^ Golden Grove  I apple juice 250 Jil.69  <  DAIRY  Palm  sour cream    250ml.67  Purity  butter  454 gm  2.53  Bah Brand Cheese  duii Druriu uneese  mozzarella  34o3 Z.Z9  *    to  *��  ���4     fnt^  __i        J  Palm - Big Dipper  ice cream  4/3.69  t     MEAT     )���  Canada Grade 'A' Beef  - Bone In  blade  steaks  it.  1.35  Canada Grade 'A' Beef - Bone In  cross rib  roasts  lb.  2.19  Regular Quality  ground beef ��,. 1.19  F/etcher's  chicken dogs 375 gm ea 1.49  Fletcher's  ham steaks  175 gm    ea.   1. 19  F/etcner's  turkey franks 375gm ea 1.49  Freybe Bu//c  pepperoni ��,. 3.79  {  FROZEN  "^  BAKERY  J  MSL  J  Ocean Spray  cranberry  cocktail  275mil .DO  Gramma Martin's  fa ft  Cha lie 1    RR Weston's Home Made Sfy/e  lull  OIIUIIO 255gm ��� .UV W/i/te or 60 $ IMo/e Wheat  Sara Lee - Strawberry bTGdCl ��7n       i    /    I     0Q  cheese cake wgm3.09 IT~ ,ua  Fraser Vale    Whole Kernel hdlTlbUrOer  corn or hline   M  fancy peas    J%2.35 Duns  s  ,12's  1.69  PRODUCE  rrV*'��M_*&-  furrtastTrWJ  B.C. Grown - fled Delicious  apples  /b.  29  Washington Grown - Granny Smif/i  apples /b  California Grown  .39  i^mijornia uroiun - -��  broccoli a. .49  California Grown .    _r%f\  carrots s��>.bag 1.29  spinach bunch .39  i'.  IT'S THE DOOLACKIES,"  she said. Mystified, I gazed at her. "All I did," she said, "was take all  the doolackies and shove Ihem in a plastic bag. The perfect salad for a  dinner party because you can prepare it early in Ihe day."  I wondered if my book on etiquette dealt with the discovery of a  doolackie ��� and decided againsl it. As a good guest should. I devoured  my salad without dissecting it!  O'S PERFECT SALAD  4 cups washed spinach leaves  1 cup thinly sliced mushrooms  2 oranges, peeled,  sectioned and chunked  3 hard boiled eggs,  sliced  Vi cup bacon bits  1 tablespoon finely chopped  green onion  DRESSING  V; cup olive oil  V�� cup lemon juice  2 teaspoons dijon  1 teaspoon dried  ground orange peel  'U teaspoon black pepper  1 clove garlic  1. Tear Ihe spinach leaves into bite size pieces. Place spinach,  mushrooms and oranges in a plastic bag and refrigerate.  2. Mix dressing ingredients in a jar. Slice the garlic clove in half.  Refrigerate to allow flavours to blend.  3. Just before serving, place all salad ingredients in bowl, toss well.  4. Discard garlic Irom dressing. Pour dressing on salad. Toss again  and serve immediately. Perfect with pasta.  And the doolackies? Who knows!  Thank you, D.  See you next week,  NEST LEWIS  em by Item, We do more for you in providing Quality & Friendly Service  ���Ml Coast News, April 4,1988  r  LEISURE  Lisa Nllnlmaa and her mom from Calgary are checking out the art  work hy local kids at the Arts Centre in Sechelt.     ���Vern Ellloit photo  Young People's show  continues this week  II you haven't yet seen the  Annual Young People's An Exhibition al the Arls Centre,  make a poinl of bringing the  lamily lo Sechell this week!  This may be the fullest kid's an  show in the Arls Centre's nine  year history with every school in  the disirici and mosl of ihe  preschool? and day cares par-  licipaling, There are also a  number of excellent pieces  brought in b> individual families.  Some highlights are: a totem  pole, a bullon blanket and a  raven mask from Halfmoon  Bay Elementary, some beauli-  Introducing at Gina's  Sugar-Free  CHOCOLATES  tylna _ LBon iBoni.  Cowrl. Si..Sechell   885-2687  fully rendered pencil and ink  drawings from high school  students, wire sculpture from  Chatelech, 'Historical'  sculpture from Sechelt Elementary and 'Olympic' sculpture  from Davis Bay.  The freshness of the  children's vision is inspirational  and the scope and variety being  presented is astonishing.  This exhibition runs until  April 10.  LECTURE ON CHILDREN  DRAWING  To wind up the Young People's Art Exhibition, Bob  Steele, an artist and long-time  lecturer at UBC will be giving  an illustrated talk called, Drawing, a Second Language for  Children.  He is currently working on a  book on the subject and speaks  passionately aboul  it:  Admission to this interesting  discussion is free courtesy of the  Sunshiiie Coast Arts Council.  Everyone is welcome especially  teachers and parents: Sunday,  April 10, 2:00 pm, at the Arts  Centre.  Notice Board  Volunteers required lor various groups wilh an assortment of volunleer opportunities.  Pul lo use your special skills or learn new ones Gel involved! For more inlo call  Volunleer Aclion Cenlre al B85-588I  Women Who Love Too Much   Confidential and anonymous. Supporl group meeling  I rinceiied next meeling April 5. 1988  Arlull Children ol Alcoholics Meetings on Monday evenings al 7:30 pm in SI. Mary's  Church Hall. Gibsons. Thursdays al 7 30 pm al Ihe Menial Heallh Cenlre in Sechell.  For more information, call Anna 885-5281.  Jack S, Jill Preschool bringing Pal Carlra 'Lullaby Lady' lo Elphinstone Gym. April 9.  1 pm, S4 00 Call 886-3119 lor tickets or inlo.  CFUW   The University Women's Club of Ihe Sunihlni Coast holds ils luncheon  meeling Wednesday. April 13, al 11:30 am. Camp Olave, Roberts Creek. Annual  General Meeling with electron ol ollicers. New members welcome, lor into call  885-923?  Cancer Support Group lor patients and families. Nexl meeling Monday. April 4, 1  pm. in Ihe Activity Room ol Ihe Royal Terrace, Sechell. For information call  885-5585  Volunteers required lor seniors program, food bank, clerical work, help al a dropin  centre and lulonng ES.L sludenls. For more information, please call the Volunteer  Aclion Centre al 885-5881  Save The Children Fund week April II lo 17. The Sunshine Coasl branch will De  holding ils annual Spring Cralt Sale, April 12 and 13,10 lo 5 al Trail Bay Mall, April  14, 15. and 16 at Sunnycrest Mall.  C.O.R.E. Course April 18 lo May 4 in Wilson Creek Club House ol Ihe Sechell Gun  Club. Class size limited lo 25. Phone Fred Gazeley at 886-9631 and Bea Rankin al  885-9787.  Elphinstone Aero Club will be holding a Flea Market from 10 lo 2 and an auction Irom  2 lo 4pm al the Sechell Airport Club House, April 17. Tables. $5. We will auclion  your articles lor you. Everyone Welcome, 885-2210.  Shorncliffe Auxiliary Monlhly Meeling, Tuesday, April 19 al 1:30 pm in Ihe conference 'oom al Shornchlle. Please join us.  Gibsons Business & Professional Women's Club meeting April 11,6:30 at the Wharf  Reslauranl in Davis Bay. Conlact Muriel Haynes al 886-7343 or Janice Edmonds al  886-3438.  Welcome Beach Community Association Shulfleboard playoffs al 7:30, April 7.  Everyone welcome including non-players.  New Lile Christian Academy Sechell Play, "Nathaniel the Grublel", April 15/16/17,  7pm For Iree tickets call 885-4775 or 886-3321,  Piicjes From A Life Loy  An actor's  commitment  by Peter Trower  During this early period in  Hollywood, Nick formed some  strong views about the film  business that he still holds.  "Obviously there was a Golden  Age here once. This is no  Golden Age. Movies today are  the equivalent of franchise  restaurants. They're owned by  huge faceless corporations.  Nobody's in charge and nobody  gives a goddamn.  I think the turning point for  Hollywood came in Ihe 50's  after the McCarthy witchhunts  and the Blacklist. They wiped  oul ihe new crop of talent that  was coming up. The Corpora-  lions look over and things wenl  down Ihe lube."  Mancuso relumed lo Canada  for more TV and stage work. In  1980, he was involved in one of  Ihe films he docsn'l like talking  about too much. Il was a curious horror movie called  Dealhship, a ghoulish lale of a  Nazi Flying Dulchman lhal prowls Ihe high seas forever, searching for victims, "George Kennedy was in lhal one. Not a bad  concept bul il wenl way off  course. I died of bad acting  toward the end."  The following year, Mancuso  slarred in another Canadian  film lhal was a differenl kettle  of fish altogether. Ticket To  Heaven provided him with what  is, arguably, his best role to  date. Nick played a young man  named David who falls into ihe  clutches of a Moonie-like cull  and becomes totally indoctrinated. Taut and timely, ihe film  provided him with a tour de  force part and he milked il for  all it was worth. Il won Mancuso a Genie Award for Besl  Actor in a Canadian film in  1982. "One of Ihe mosl intense  roles I've every played. Ralph  Thomas directed it and he did a  top notch job. He's in L.A.  now. I'd love to work wilh him  again. R. H. Thompson (who  played the deprogramtner), did  some marvellous work in il loo.  Il was a real breakthrough for  me." v<  The resounding success  of  Ticket To Heaven, upped Nick  Mancuso's stock significantly.  He was a star now and the job  offers began to pour in. Most of  ihem were far from classic parts  bul an actor has to work.  In 1982, Mancuso came to  Vancouver to play the young  protagonist in Motherlode, an  outdoor action film, starring  and directed by veteran actor  Charllon Heston; produced and  written by his son. Centering  around an insane Scotch miner  (played by Heslon), and using  rugged local locations, il should  have been much beller lhan il  was. Bul the final product, full  of murky underground scenes,  was confusing and claustrophobic. "Another good idea thai  went off the rails. The poor  editing didn't help. I gol banged  around a lol in il. Bul it was a  chance lo work wilh Chuck  Heslon."  The nexl year found Mancuso in Israel, working on a  minor film called Tell Me That  Vou l.ove Me. The picture, a  low key romance, was judged lo  be of such liltle moment lhal il  has never seen national release.  Bul ihe film had one saving factor as far as Mancuso's personal  life was concerned. It introduced him lo co-star, Barbara  Williams, the budding Canadian aclress, who became his  subsequent companion and  eventually his wife.  In 1984, il was a busy year for  Nick Mancuso. He starred in  Ihree American films. Two of  them were so-so efforts and a  third that has become something of a cult movie. The firsl  of ihese, cast Mancuso as a  somewhat unlikely rock star,  trying to re-establish a relationship with his estranged son. It  was called Blame II On The  Night but might beller have  been titled: Blame II On The  Script. Mancuso, allhough  often touted as a renaissance  man, is no musician. "1 had lo  fake bolh the guitar playing and  the singing. Ted Neely, the  music director, who played in  Jesus Christ Superstar, did my  voice. I jusi lip synched the  whole thing."  To be continued...  ��  ROBERTS CREEK LEGION  Branch 219  The Lrtlle Legion"  Appearing Friday, April 8th &  Saturday, April 9th  The "Personable"  Jimmy Bowers  Plays a wide assortment of music including the Top 40's  Members & Guests Welcome  ARTS & CRAFTS PROGRAMS  for Children  Sponsored l>\ Sunshine Co.ist Arts Council  Pre-register al ART CENTRE 885-5412  Wed.-Sal., 11-4  Pre-pay al ART CENTRE or mail cheque payable lo:  ARtS COUNCIL - Box 1565 Sechelt, B.C.   VUN .1A0  Full refund il class cancelled  THEATRE: ludllhScotl  For ages 8lo 12  8 Solurdays from April 16  10:00-11:30 am  Roberls Creek 5chool   Fee  DRAWING: Suvn B..|��io  mn-474i  firr ages in and up  4 sessions Irom M.iy 7  9:00 .mi    12 noon  Ms 1enlre, Sechell    Fee: $50  '���������������������������������������������������������������3  ��Gibsons  Swimming Pool  Jan. 11 ���  June 30,1988  MONDAY & WEDNESDAY  Early Bird 6.30 am ��� 8:30 am  Aqua Fil 9.00 am -10 00 am  Ease Me In 10:00 a.m-11:00 a m  Lessons II 00 a.m-11,30 a m.  Noon 11:30 a m - 1:00 pm  Lessons 3 30 p m - 7.30 p.m  Swim Fit 7:30 p.m - 8 30 p m  TUESDAY  Fil & 50 + 9:30am.-l0 30am.  Senior Swim 10.30 a m.-11:30 a.m  Adapted Aquatics 2 30 p m - 3.30 p m  Lessons 3:30 pm-6:00 p.m  Public 6:00pm - 7:30pm  Co-ed Fitness      7 30pm-8:30pm  BRONZE CROSS  starts Monday, April 11  REGISTER NOW  THURSDAY  Parent & Tol 1.00 p.m.-  Adapted Aquatics 2:30 p.m  Lessons 3.30 p.m  Public 6 00 p.m  Co-ed Fitness 7:30 p.m  FRIDAY  Early Bird  Aqua Fil  Fil 8, 50 +  Senior Swim  Noon Swim  Public Swim  Co-ed Fitness  Teen Swim  2:00 p.m.  3:30 p.m.  6:00 p.m  7:30 p.m.  8 30 p.m.  6:30 am- 8:30 a.m.  9:00 am-10:00 am.  10.00 a.m.-10:30 a.m.  10 30 am  11 30 a m  5:00 p.m  6 30 p m  7:30 p.m  11:30 a.m.  1 00 pm  6 30 p.m  7 30 p.m  9.00 pm.  SATURDAY  Public  Public  1 30 p.m - 4:00 p.m.  7 00 p.m.- 8:30 p m  SUNDAY  Family 100pm-3:30 p.m.  Public 3:30 pm-5:00 pm.  Gibsons Swimming Pool  Publication ot this schedule  sponsored by  886-9415  Super Valu  We're not just  Expanding our Store  We're Expanding our Range of  Clothing  Sifees  Petites 8-14  ReguLtr 8-22  If you've had trouble getting the  right size & look, the knowledgeable staff at Silks & Lace are  here to help.  An alteration service is provided,  too.  Come In Soon  Open Sundays 11-4  Sunnnycrest Mall, Gibsons  life* sdintt Coast News, April 4,1988  13.  i Sheila Kilson was the recipient of a surprise roast in Gibsons lasl week. The pasl president of Ihe  . Chamber of Commerce is taking up residence with husband Michael on Vancouver Island.  ���John Burnside photo  In a nutshell  Comic books our future?  On the Arts Beat  IMPRESSIONISM LECTURE  AND SLIDES  Also at the Arts Centre this  week is a slide show/lecture on  Impressionism. This is the first  of two art talks by Paul Deg-  gan, painter, sculptor and  Capilano College lecturer. The  revolutionary character of the  Impressionist movement and ils  impact on future developments  in art will be discussed and  demonstrated.  Thursday, April 7, at 8:00 pm  is the lime. Admission is $3.50,  $3.00 for students at the door.  EINSTEIN COMES TO GIBSONS  Great theatre does not require  a large cast and lavish sets.  Einstein, being brought to the  Twilight Thealre by the Arts  Council on April 17, is a perfecl  example. With the acting skills  of jusi one man, Christopher  Britten of Toronto, the great  scientist is brought back to life  Drop off your  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  at  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES  in Pender Harbour  unlil noon Saturday  "A Friendly People Place"  SPRING   ARTS   CLASSES  EOR KIDS  A Spring an programme or  8-12 year olds begins ihis  month. There will be Satui ij  classes in drama, pottery, I ite  making, and drawing. ��� all  885-5412, lo pre-regisler.  to share both the joy and pain  of his 70 years.  Advance tickets are $12.50  and are still available at the Arts  Cenlre, Talewind Books, and  Hunter Gallery. For more inlormalion call Sandie al 885-3891  .in Ihe morning.  r DEPENDABLE ���  AUTO SERVICE  DID YOU KNOW...  We Rebuild Engines  ...RIGHT  The South Coast's Only , It  BCAA APPROVED Shop (Special consideration to BCAA member;.  $M\UMMl AUTOMOTIVE  * GIBSONS LEGION    B;?on9rh  gj   Fri., April 8 & Sat., April 9     9-1  Two Evenings With  LARRY BRANSEN  SACK BY POPULAR REQUESi  MEMBERS ��, GUESTS WELCOME  by S. Nulter  Comic books are like film.  You  have  close  shots,  long  shots, lersc minimal dialogue,  and sound effects: ZAP! POW!  | EE-E-E-OWI! etc. I had not  j known though or imagined lhal  ; Ihey were being used, and wide-  i ly, for documentaries, or as  I tools in education, or in politics.  I     Kunio   Francis   Tanabe,  '. correspondent     for     the  j Washington Posl, fills us in on  ��� these new dimensions. He was  ; in Tokyo recently, trying lo get  ; a handle on Ihe extern to which  ; the whole Japanese population  ; (I20 million), are gelling involv-  I ed in the world's lop inlerna-  I lional   competition,   the  '. economic battle between Japan  | and the Stales.  ���  I  The book stores he thought  ! might provide a few clues, and  ��� in Sanseido's he found just  about all he needed. Sanseido's  is a six storey book store in the  | middle of Tokyo, crammed  i with 1.2 million volumes and  ; over 2,500 differenl magazines,  I and full of buyers. It is not like  i your usual North American  '��� book store, more like Eaton's  j on bargain day.  In this hubbub pitches were  ; being raised on Sony 'repealer  ; machines', and an astonishing  ' number were for books on and  in  English.  Also the pitches  were not being made to the  more  educated  strata  alone:  What They Really Teach You in  Harvard Business School, an  ; American book, is on the best  seller lisl in Japan, bul also sel-  ; ling like hoi tempura are ihe  ; popular   magazines:   Esquire,  , Newsweek, Kile, Playboy and  :;Penthouse. Also one book title  /he noticed read You Too Can  Read Porn in English, (can't  'slop if you slarl, was ihe selling  ��� pitch).  English being the international language, it was just the size  ���of this pilch lhal surprised  'Tanabe. What really struck  jhim, as novel, was an  !extraordinary use of comic  ; books.  I: Comic books, Mangas in  ,'Japan, have a solid acceptance  !in the population. There are  ��� over 150 differenl ones some  'with huge circulations. Starting  ;with the very young there's a  ; weekly which sells over 4 mil-  ;lion, the moppets gel through  I almost 300 pages per issue.  j Growing up they are ready for  the new, more adult Mangas.  I There are Manga cookbooks,  {Manga biographies of famous  ;people, Manga books on  {science. A particularly hot  Manga today is a guide to  isuperconductivity (key to the  inew technology). There's a  Manga history of Japan (19  volumes), much used by  students to supplement in the  college entrance exams.  An advance from these is the  current use of Mangas to  clarify complicated ongoing affairs. The Manga Introduction  lo Japanese Economics (3 volumes), has sold over a million,  and in hardcover Its been on the  best seller lisl for some months.  A leading investment house has  published a Manga Guide lo  Stocks and Bonds (ZAP!  POW!! another merger). Given  all this it was just a malter of  time before Mangas got into  politics. The governmenl  wanled to pass a new sales tax  againsl strong opposition. They  decided to pul out a book in  Manga style. The opposition  promptly replied with a counter  Manga. The next election might  be livelier than the last.  This might not be a bad idea,  importable maybe. Possibly the  use of Manga-slylc releases  could do something to change  ihe rather glum face of Canadian politics. A comic book  Ireatmenl of Federal and  Provincial relations does rather  strain Ihe imagination, bul how  aboul using these super clarifi-  ers on a subjeel like free trade?  The books could be produced  independently by the three Parties in time for the next election.  The heroes and villains would  of course be inierchangeable,  and some might think they're  confusing, but look at ihe way it  is now. At least Ihe images  would be clear: CR-U-N-CH!!  Carney meets the fisherfolk.  EE-E-Y-I-PE!! Turner gels ihe  latest polls. You read it first in  the Coasl News.  �� ����������� m��-  ��� 9 ��� ��� 9 I   ONE NIGHT ONLY!  r  ^1  Nr  Coming  APN113-16111  Wed. to Sal.  \ti<&2Lo&*  nmxm  ,>��  aonwa-  hoc*'  ��� ��� ��� ��� ���  4IBET  Randy "ELVIS" Friske  and his 8-piece  hand.  NfcV  FPL,  April 22  LADIES' IMITE.  TICKETS     I THURS. Ladies ONLY  ON SALE    I    . 'til 10 pm  NOW        /Lad|eS NO COVER CHARGE  PRIZES & SPECIALS  Thurs., April 7  JESSE JAMES  '-���_^������������_  OPEN:  Wed. - Sal.  8:00 - 2:00 ,im  NO COVER CHARGE  before 10 o'clock  MCI��l��#0  inmn.ittMii.nTiiii  SUi i UHT the 2nd Annual Sunshine Coasl  BOXING CLUB SMOKER  Saturday, April 9th Gibsons Curling Club  TICKETS AT:  Nick's Shell, Gibsons Meal Market, Cedars Pub, Walven Autobody, Seaview Market, Sunshine GM,  Gibsons Building Supply - Sechelt, Big Mac's Superette.  Cibsons landrni;  niiiiuiiiiiiniiiiiiliiiiinmnmtff  Your guide to  the finest in  area dining  A listing of  restaurants  and pubs  Twwtoj  tfteCeodt  There are specials, and there are specials, but last Thursday I ran into the most delicious deal on the Sunshine  Coast, al Pronto's in Sechelt.  I had just finished a strenuous session at karate class and  had worked up an enormous appetite, with no energy left  for cooking. My partner had a greal idea, "Let's hit Pronto's", he said. "They always feed you well".  I was prepared to enjoy one of their fabulous pizzas, but  when we opened the menu, the special was Filet Mignon  for only $9.95. 1 couldn't resist.  Since I was being self-indulgent, my partner decided to  go one better and ordered the steak and snow crab legs.  It was extremely busy that night, but as usual, special  care was taken with each course. My shrimp cocktail arrived on a crisp bed of lettuce, garnished with tomatoes,  green pepper slices and cucumber. My partner's escargot  wore mushroom caps and sat in piping hot pools of garlic  butter.  As anticipated, when the main courses arrived, there was  plenty to satiate even my enormous appetite. My filet was  done to perfection, flanked by a baked potato and julienne  carrots.  The mountain of crab legs on the plate opposite concealed  ample portions of similar vegetables and a beautiful  piece of steak, which were only revealed as my partner  delightedly devoured the succulent morsels.  Regretfully I passed on dessert, as I sipped my coffee,  relishing the well-fed feeling that I've come to expect after  eating at Pronto's. True, the filet mignon was special, but  then so is every meal they serve.  Average meal prices quoted do not include liquor.  Creek House - imimaic 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. Roberls Creek Road and Beach  Avenue - 885-9321. Open 6 pm. Closed  Mondays & Tuesdays. V. MC. 40 seats.  Jolly  Roger  Inn  - overlooking  beautiful Secrel Cove. Wednesday  through Sunday evening specials Irom 5  pm. This week. Pepper Steak, including  choice of Caesar Salad or French Onion  Soup, Coffee or lea, $8.95 per person.  Sunday Breakfast and l.unch. 10 am ��� 2  pm. 85 seals and lounge. V��� MC. Hwy  101, Secrel Cove. For reservations please  call 885-7184.  The Omega Pizza, Sleak And  Lobster House - Willi a perfect view  of Gibsons marina, and a good time at-  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  mosphere, the Omega is a people-  watcher's paradise. Casl members ofThe  Beachcombers can usually lv round din*  in(! here. Menu includes pizza, pasta,  steaks and seafood. Steaks and seafood  arc their specialties. llanquet facilities  available, Ver\ special children's menu.  Average dinner for two: $20. Reservations recommended. Located in Qibsons  Uncling ai 1538 Gower Poinl Rd.  886-2268. open Sun-Thurs, 4-10 pm. Fri  and Sai 4-11 pm, Seats 145.  Pronto's Restaurants hro locations  to serve you. Both serve ;ui extensive  variety of pizza, steak, pasta, lasagne,  ribs, souvlaid in a delightful lamily atmosphere, Children's menu available. All  dinner entrees include garOc bread and a  choice of soup or salad. Average lamily  meal for lour aboul J15-520. Located al  Wharf Rd., Sechell. 885-1919; and in  Cetlar Plaza, Hwv. 101, Gibsons.  886-8138,  EAMILY DINING  The Homestead - Daily lunch and  dinner specials as well as regular entrees.  Lunches include sandwiches, hamburgers, pyrogies and salads. Dinner  selections include steaks, chicken and  seafood. Prime Rib and IS item salad  bar are the house specialty on Friday,  Saturday and Sunday nights. Average  family meal for four $25-530. Hwy 101,  Wilson Creek, 885-2933. Open 8 am - 9  pm daily. 40 seals inside, 30 seal patio.  Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.  The Raven Cafe  Ruby Lake Resort - Lovely view of  lake from Ruby Lake's posl and beam  dining room and good highway access for  vehicles of all sizes. Breakfast served all  day. Lunch prices begin Al $2.50, dinners  from $5.50 including salad bar. Smorgasbord Sunday nights includes 12 salads,  three hot meal dish.es and two desserts,  $10.95 for adults, $5.50 for children  under 12. Tiny tols free. A great family  outing destination. Absolutely superb  prime rib every Friday night. Average  family dinner for four $20-25, Sunshine  Coasl Hwy, Pender Harbour -883-2269.  Open 7 days a week, 7 am - 9 pm. 54  seats. V., MC. Breakfast, lunch and dinner.  FOR SALE  by Owner  The Wharf Restaurant - spectacular sunsets and intimate evening dining with a breath-taking view from every  table, We serve superb North American  and International Cuisine, and offer a  tine wine selection, Relax and enjoy our  many gourmet delights In the comfortable  ambiance created by our tasteful, cosy  decor and unbeatable setting. Dinner is  served 7 days a week, from 5 pm. Join us  for our fantastic Sunday Brunch from 8  am to 2 pm. We also cater to conventions  and private functions in our glassed-in  atrium style Bayside Room. Open Mon.  ���Sat. 7 am ��� 2 pm and 5 ��� 10 pm; Sun. 8  am - 2 pm and 5 - 9 pm. 5ft seats. Reset  vations recommended. All major cards  accepted. Hwv. 101, Davis Bay.  885-7285,  EAT IN - TAKE OUT  Ye Olde English Doughnut  Shoppe - Super lunch bar for cal in or  !ake-ou!. Two soups daily, numerous  sandwich selections, 18-choice salad har.  Hoi selections include Shephard's pie,  zucchini snips, stuffed crepes, beef dip  and hoi rurkcy sandwich. There's always  a Daily Special - plus, of course, our  famous doughnuts, muffins, Cornish  pasties, sausage rolls, scones...and more!  Murchic's coffee and leas. Cappuccino  and Espresso. Open Mon.-Sal., 6 am  -5:.10 pm, 24 seals, V., MC. Cowrie St.,  Sechell, 885-2616.  Cedar's Inn - Appetizers all day nil 11  pm. Darts every Sun. Everyone welcome.  Cedar Plaza, Gibsons-886-8171. Open 11  am - midnight, Sun-Thurs; 11 aril -1 am,  l-'ri-Sal. 100 seats. V., MC. Regular menu  II am lo 8:30 pm.  __ 14.  Coast News, April 4,1988  Duffy takes  on Olympian  At the main event on the Sunshine Coast Boxing Club's Second Annual Smoker, at Gibsons curling rink on Saturday,  April 9. Tony Duffy will meet  Bermuda Olympic Team Competitor, Rodney Simons.  Simons, who will represent  Bermuda this summer in the  Seoul Olympics, is currently  touring Canada and taking  bouts in preparation for his  Olympic dream.  Duffyfon the other hand, has  his sights on the Quebec  Challenge Matches, April 20 lo  25 in an attempt to secure a  berth on the Canadian Olympic  team. It will be a tourh tune-up  for Duffy, and a fantastic opportunity for local fans to  witness top notch world class  boxing.  Four other 1988 national  Medalists will provide the excitement in this all star boxing  card.  \\fi_tt\Hm .   1/8" ASSORTED JACKETS OR JOHNS  NBtj"'J II CfiOOO (Greal 'or waiersknng,  WJ _\t_m___- OH v.:nrjc.rrt!ng, snorhellingi  ANNUAL $CA    10 - Fill $QO  Air Pass   OU        Card   Os*  NEXT OPEN WATER SCUBA COURSE  APRIL 14 (Gibsons Pool)  685-2999  Dolphin Mini Mall, Wharf & Dolphin.  DIVING LOCKER SECHELT !*"'  Minor hockey  Gibsons Pigs have now retained the sole position of second place In  ilie VRU Third Division League. Shown here during a recent victory over the Vancouver Red Lions, the Pigs appear lo be a considerable threat afler last Saturday's 18-16 victory over the Dunbar  Cats. Ihis could be a championship year for the boys in blue. The  lust lime they won the league was in 1977. -j.> Pomfrel pholo  The final games of the playoffs were held last week. On  Monday, March 21 the Pups  and Peanuts were on the ice.  The Dolphins and Flyers had a  one-sided game with the  Dolphins winning 6-1. James  Rickbeil and Silas White had 2  goals and Buddy Peers and  Travis Carswell had 1 for the  winners. Dustin Budois had one  for his team.  Thursday, March 24, the  Wings and Lions faced-off in  the Atom Division. Trent  Turner and Ryder Irvine scored  2 each to contribute to Ihe  Wings 5-2 win over ihe Lions.  SC Golf & Country Club  Ladies luck changes  by Frank Nanson  The ladies had a reasonable  day ihis week for a change. The  results of the 9 hole group playing a hidden hole (the 7th)  resulted in a 4-way tie, Marg  Nielson, Ha/el Earl, Eleanor  Knighl and Bene While.  The 18 hole ladies held their  stableford lournamenl on  March 29. Firsl llighl winners  were Marry Horn, 36; Aleta  Giroux, 32; Pal Vaughan, 30.  Second flight winners were  Eleanor Thompson, 36; Celia  Meda, 35; Judy Frampton, 34.  Third llighl winners were Ber-  nice Bader, 42; Mary McKinnon, 31; and Marg Arbuckle,  30.  A very successful winter lournament came to an end on  Wednesday with Jim Buntain  and Ray Phillips winning over  Bill Bader and Sheridan Greg by  a hair. The semi-finalists were  Pat and Roy Scarr playing  Bader and Greg with Buntain  and Phillips playing Al White  and Mary Horn.  The Saturday morning group  is having a problem with the  continuing stuggle between  Doug Elson and Ken White.  Will this battle never end? The  results were as follows; low  gross were Mike Manion with a  74, and Dave Nestman 82. The  low net winners were Ken White  66 and Gerry Drombolis with  70.  For your information the  Greens Committee this year will  consist of the following  members:   Chairman,   Stu  Lefeaux; Vice Chairman, Bill  Boragno, Frank Nanson, Wolfgang Reiche, and Gordon Scott.  This committee reports that the  Greens and Tees will be getting  their spring top-dressing very  soon now, so prepare for some  sndy putting. To members and  outsiders we ask that you repair  as many ball marks as possible  before leaving the green.  Remember also that rakes are to  be left in the traps from now on,  not on the adjacent grass.  The inter-club with Glen  The inter- club with Glen  Eagles was a great success. The  low gross players from our club  were Boris Meda, Roy Scarr,  and Freeman Reynolds who all  tied at 79. Low net winner was  Wilf Forshner.  Saturday in the Pups and  Peanuts division, the Flyers'  goalie managed to shut-out the  Toppers. Brook Hamilton had  3 goals and Ryan Service had 2  lo total 5-0 for the Flyers.  Lions and Wings met al  center ice in the Atom division.  The Wings had only one goal  against the Lions 9. Michael  Yales was amazing on the ice  with the Dolphins scoring 11  goals lo the Toppers 4. Chad  Sach had 4, Jessie Smith and  James Rickbeil had 2 and Buddy Peers and Malhew Wagner  had 1. For the Toppers it was  Stuart Malcolm 2, and Travis  Sole and Mark McQuitty 1  apiece.  Burnaby had a leam over to  play our Atom. On Saturday  the Stars met them first with  Burnaby winning 8-3. Next Ihe  Lions took them on winning  74. Micheal Vates and Tige  Pollock scored 4 and 3 respectively. On Sunday, Burnaby  beat our Wings 6-4. Ryder Irvine managed 2 of those 4 goals.  Pups and Peanuts were on  the ice later on, with a lie game  for the Flyers and Dolphins.  Ben Trip and Silas White were  the single goal scorers for their  teams.  The winners in the playoffs  for each division were: Pups  and Peanuts, Dolphins; Atoms,  Lions; and Pee Wees, Thunderbirds.  Next week's column should  be the last for this season.  Several teams were in town for  spring tournaments. The results  will be in next weeks column.  Remember Awards night April  7, 7:00 pm at the Sechell  Legion.  We take the worry out of driving  We're the  TRANSMISSION  EXPERTS  If you suspect transmission  problems we can test,  diagnose and repair  quickly and economically  Certified Mechanics  On Duty  6 Days A Week  Commercial Vehicle  Inspection Facility  Courtesy  Cars  Available  For Carefree Driving Call the Professionals at  SUNCOAST  MOTORS  886-8213  117 Sunshine Coasl Hwy 101, Gibsons (near Pratt Rd.)  Pender Golf Club news  by Terry Dougan  The lirsl Ladies Day of ihe  season was held on March 17  and the gals played 'guess your  score'. Kay Mahoney, Marcia  Keim and Lois Grindley all  guessed iheir exacl scores and  came first. Dorothy Fisk, Bea  McFarlane and Marge Cumbers  came second. On March 24,  twelve ladies showed up for golf  bin due lo lousy weather decided to play cards instead.  On March 15, len Senior Men  turned out. First low gross Jim  Men/ies, second Bill Jack. First  low nel Gord Hall, second Roy  I aFave. On March 22, weather  was a real problem with wind  and rain, bul Ihe senior men  braved ihe elements. First low  nel Roy Lat'ave, second Ernie  Holloway   and   third   Bruce  Hamilton. Closest to pin 3, Bill  Jack; pin 6 , Tom Held.  Men's Day March 19, had 15  golfers. Firsl low net Ken Klein,  second Murrell Smith, tied for  third Wilf Crowe, Bruce  Hamilton, Randy Leslie and  Jim Menzies. Closest to pin 3  Dave Dakin.  Everyone is welcome to play  in Ihese weekly events, phone  883-9541, for times.  The Mens Club will hold a  Match Play tournament starting  April 9 at 9:00 am. Neil Reeder  has generously donated a trophy for this event. This will be a  round-robin tournament lasting  about four weeks depending on  the turn-out. Eighteen holes will  be played every Saturday. Full  handicaps will be used,  everyone has a chance of winning.   Those  wishing  to  play  please sign up.  The first Mixed Scramble of  the year was held March 26 at  1:00 pm. The winning team was  Dave Dakin, Carol Reid and  Ken Burroughs. The game was  followed by an enjoyable meal  put on by our new social committee who, according lo all  reports,did a fine job. The next  Scramble will be April 23, come  out and join the fun.  ft  Announcing the formation of a new company!  COMPLETE FOREST MANAGEMENT SERVICES  F*A  STAN0 TENDING     __-*^  f 13 ___%__$_.]  COMPILATION  SERVICES  JBL FORESTRY SERVICES  Division of Jackson Brolhirs Logging Co. Lid  R.R. #1 SECHELT, BRITISH COLUMBIA VON 3A0  TELEPHONE (604) 885-3287  SALMON  FARMERS  Is Cleaning Your Nets A Problem?  NOT ANYMORE!!  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Garden Bay     Charters Available 883-2253  VISITORS WELCOME  M*1 4^"i|^  golf CLUB  Highway 101, 2 Kilomelres North of Garden Bay Turnoff  Phone 883-9541  titu  CANOE RENTALS  ��� Rtiw So.il Rentals  7aV Itysort  883-2269  NEW RELEASE - Robert Ludlum  "The Icarus Agenda"  ��� Craft Books ��� Woodworking ��� Cookbooks  ��� Gift Wrap   ��� Cards  TALEWIND BOOKS-=-  Come  Down  &  Browse  280 Gower Poinl Rd., Gibsons Landing  Fine Art - Art Supplies - Gifts  Pqalier\  CUSTOM'  FHAMING  IJM-W11  886-9213  5693 Cowrie Slrcel   Sechelt  885-2527  D HELLY HANSEN & MUSTANG  OUTDOOR WEAR  ��� MARINE BATTERIES  ���CHARTS & BOOKS  - ta^imvMiiiiMiii iii iiiiiiiiiH'  ,  GIBSONS marina  BOAT RENTALS  ��� Fishing Gear Rentals  ��� Air Tanks  FISHING & DIVING CHARTERS  FISHING GUIDE  K  cLowes .tfesort-GMotel  Camping & R.V. Sites Pender Harbour   883-2456  Leisure Time???  ==Come to the Shadow Bauxl==  ��� PAINTINGS ��� POTTERY ��� WEARABLE ART  limited edition prints hy  ��� Robert Bateman   ��� Ron Parker  ��� I. Serry-Llster      ��� Paul Ugarta    I many mo��l  ��� CUSTOM FRAMING ��� ART SUPPLIES  Cowrie St.. Serhplt mctuu *^  885-7606 lssssssfe''''^^lfiR;  ssssssK ^*i3|HK  'Jfo\   7  ^__\\\\\\\f^__\\\mmmmmmmm_P  liDflj  HL^f^BrA   t ���m  ^  W\_              M  i 111      ft]  Wam9^tx-Jt4^_____W^^^ 1  .,      - ������-    ���  Elphinstone  was ours!  Coast News, April 4,1988  15.  ecent addition lo Gibsons' Industry is the new cement loading  llities of Swanson's Ready Mix on Payne Road. ���Km Collins photo  by Richard F. kemiell  As youngsters more than fifty  years ago Elphinstone was ours.  We were the stuff of dreams,  the Tom Sawyers, the Huckel-  berry Finns. We were adventure  on a weekend summer safari  with a can or so of beans, a loaf  of bread and the mountain  beckoning us to escape the  drudgery of chores.  There were two ways to  assault the mountain. Just pasl  the Cook homestead on North  Road we would wander a country mile up the rutted road lo  Ihe abandoned Coleman  chicken farm, perhaps trap a  grouse in one of the many  chicken rooms for a weekend  cookout, step onto the  Langdale Hume behind Ihe farm  and wend our way on I he gentle  rise of the Hume to Ihe first  camp interrupted only by our  gingerly passing Ihe large  washout or, checking Langdale  falls for Iroul or, watching a  lazy bear taking a swipe at  huckleberry or blueberry bushes  lo satisfy his sweet toolh, more  or less oblivious lo our intrusion.  The most common way for  our gang of four or five was lo  amble along the Cemetery  Road, pass through old-timer  Andy Wilander's farm, saying  hello   lo   Ihe   friendly   and  National   Classified  Tourna-  ment at Old Orchard Bowl last  Sunday. They gave it a good try  but couldn't put it together and  didn't place our zone in the  finals to be held at Chili Bowl in  Chilliwack.  Other high totals:  CLASSIC:  Bonnie McConnetl  243-892  Marion Reeves  251-913  Freeman Reynolds  242-906  TUESDAY COFFEE:  Nora Kolinsky  228-666  LeeLarsen  251-666  KWINGERS:  Jean Roberts  228-605  Marg Nicholson  245-635  Megan Thomson  239489  Ena Armstrong  263489  Strikes and spares  )nly a couple of 300 games  week. In the Gibsons 'A'  igue, Michele Borley rolled a  i single and a 691 total and in  Wednesday Coffee League,  gan Thomson rolled a 316  jle and a 635 total. Yvonne  vden spared in the Night  1 League and rolled a 330  lie and a 702 total and  rilyn Davidson the same  l a 288 single and 704 total.  )ther 700 totals: in the Gib-  s 'A' League, Harold Allen,  i-720; Tom Gilchrist,  -745; and in the Wednesday  Tee League, Dorothy Robin-  , 271-707.  rur men's team bowled in  regional   round   of   the  "���Let's Talk  "THE MARINER'S LOCKER"  at GIBSONS marina  ��� After all, we're more than just electronics ���  Folding Bicyclesi  Compact 5 speeds for easy storage in boat,  car trunk or R.V. - including a stainless  steel model. Bikes and accessories stocked.  Marine Supplies  Everything from nuts & bolts to anchor  winches Including the broadest selection of  cleaners, waxes and finishes ever!!  Fishing Tackle  Never more and fair prices!!  Mustang Floater Coats & Suits  The largest stock on the Coast with mail  order pricing - from small to 2XL.  Charts & Books!  Everything a mariner needs to Cape Caution  and more!  Wetskinsi  The ultimate in rain wear.  Beach Runners I  A broad selection of colour & style in  children's & adult's sizes.  AND, YES, WE ARE ELECTRONICS  with a difference - SERVICE - for VHF we'll provide  you with a loaner - we know you'll probably never  need it and if you do, it won't be for long. We stock  LORAD, V.H.F. RADIOS  from s31900  Our selection ol FISH FINDERS is imaginative from  a LORAD flashing sounder, IMPULSE fish finder  and/or Loran, KODEN colour fish finder to the  APELCO L.C.D. fish finder. As well, we stock  APELCO radar, IMPULSE speed/temperature instruments and DIGITAR weather stations.  Come and Visit ��� You'll oe Pleased with the Prices  and Products at...  GIBSONS marina  886-8686'  GIBSONS 'A':  Vicki Alton  232-658  Dave Wells  2.1.1-662  Lome Christie  259-682  WEDNESDAY COFFEE:  Vicki Wright  253-602  SLOUGH-OFES:  Phyllis Dorst  233-606  Bev Young  25(1-640  BALI. & CHAIN:  Jan Carmkhael  240430  Sue Whiting  290-682  Craig Kim-aid  221438  Richard LaHere  245-650  PHUNTAST1QUE:  Diane Wagner  218428  Pal Presl  271-695  Clay Yoang  245-625  Mike Busnarda  231-627  NIGHT OWLS:  Klda Flnlay  258-608  Vicki Wrighl  228-644  Kim Gregory  250-604  SECHELT GA'S:  Mary MacLeod  259-612  Norma Chapman  213-624  Don Webster  265-651  Gardening  by Marguerite  Every year roses of new  strains and varieties, too  numerous to mention, appear.  Some are very appealing and  popular, so lhat it is difficult to  make a selection.  Information from the Rose  Society seems to indicate that  'Prince Charles', a fragrant red  grandiflora, and 'Lady Diana',  a beautiful pink grandiflora, are  two top varieties rated very  high.  This year there are available  for the first time, the sensational disease resistant and hardy 'Meideland' roses from  France. There are three new  A.R. Society award winners,  namely, 'Prima Donna', 'Mikado', and 'Amber Queen'.  When rose pruning, cul oul  old and diseased wood, next  remove inward growing and  weak branches, leaving only ihe  strongest and healthiest stems to  produce good roses. If you  prune these remaining brandies  12 inches to 18 inches, you will  have lop quality blossoms and  still have a profusion of bloom.  Pruning paint to the tips of  these branches prevents the  crown boxer from damaging  stems.  Roses love lots of organic  matter, such as poultry manure,  but you must also feed them  every six to eight weeks with  green valley 6-12-14 rose food  as suggested by the Rose Society. A free ticket to the Rose  Show comes with the box.  The Sechelt Garden Club  meeting will be held in St.  Hilda's on Wednesday, April 6,  at 7:30 pm.  GIBSONS  LRNES  motherly Mrs. Wilander,  ihrough her brother's acreage  then check out F.W. Downs vacant house; eventually to the  base of Ihe wooden trackway  and ihe Irail alongside up lo the  old donkey engine used for  hauling supplies up ihe track  righl al ihe firsl camp.  We had our choice of Ihree  hunk houses along wilh the  mice, a large barn wilh a few  bals and ihe main creek which  supplied Ihe Hume. Once we  even nudged the creek dam gate  in place creating our own swimming pool, Mark Twain al his  best!  But reality stepped in hy way  of our elders as Ihe annual  blueberry pick on up towards  the second camp look place  where a dozen or more would  harvest Ihe crop for the Hood of  pies and jelly or jam.  Our gang looked on blueberry picking as a day long drag  as our minds were on advenlure  and Scrub Chamberlin,  Clarence Cook, Slan Wilson,  brother Bill and me, yes even  Hemic Smith (now known as  whistlin' Bcrnie Smith of the  Vancouver police force), loo.  Occasionally we would explore Ihe creek for gold though  one old prospeclor was quick lo  tell us Ihere was nothing bul  iron pyrites.  Al limes we had visions of  finding the lime lo talk aboul  Deserters' Camp somewhere on  the mountain and rumour had it  was supplied by a local mer-  chaiil during Ihe lirsl war, bul  we were denied.  Once, some years ago when I  visited Ihe owner of our old  North Road homestead, I said  to Ernie Reitz 'we are slanding  on history',  You see, aided and libelled by  my father, we removed long  1x12 boards from Ihe first  camp, slid Ihem in bundles of  four or five down Ihe track and  Irail to the road end where my  lather picked ihem up and used  Ihem for Ihe first floor of our  house.  Now more lhan fifty years  later in my twilight years confessions come easy and there is  ,no Tom Sawyer or Huck Finn  lo go oul and reslain my splil  cedar rail fence, so I guess 1 had  beller gel lo il. Chores, no I  love ihem.  M  Reference: Point Atkinson  Pacific Standard Time  For Shookumchuh Narrows add 1  plus S mm lor each fl of rise,  and 7 min for each tt of fall  .?>  SPRING SPECIAL!  Pressure Wash & Painl Bottom  Boal Moving FREE   Wilh b��a'  20 ft. & Over   (Limited mileage)  886 2233 %  885-4141 i  BOAT MOVING LTD   dorhnboschJ  *P%u Sod letiuta  by representatives of ���*-  Green Valley Fertilizer Co.  ADVICE on Perennials  by Michael Heywood,  local perennial grower  at Quality Farm  & Garden Supply  Sunday, April 10, 11-3  ANSWERS to your General Gardening Questions  Bob Morgan of Morgan's Garden Service  SAVINGS In-store specials sure to please  tSt^U4^*Ht*it4. - Swufkdcf 7{Jdl&*Hl  Quality Farm &  Garden Supply  Pratt Rd.  Gibsons  ���3C      '  3T  886-7527  _____  V  Saturday, April 9thk  Gibsons Curling Club  A 5 BOUT CARD OF  INTERNATIONAL AMATEUR  BOXERS  ^  MAIN EVENTS  Tony Duffy  (Sunshine Coast)  vs  Rodney Simons  (Bermuda Olympic Team)  RINGSIDE SEATS  *50����  V.I.P. LOUNGE SEATS  $4000  Includes Buffet Dinner  Doors Open at 5 pm  GENERAL ADMISSION  (no dinner included)  $10����  Doors open at 6 pm  TONY  TICKETS ON SALE AT:  Nicks's Shell, Gibsons Meat Market, Cedars Pub, Walven  Autobody, Seaview Market, Sunshine GM, Gibsons Building  Supplies - Sechelt, Big Mac's Superette  ^  J)  ^_^____m____m Coast News, April 4,1388  Guess Where  The usual prize of $5 will be awarded Ihe firsl correct entry drawn  which locates the above. Send your entries lo reach the Coasl  News, Box 460, Gibsons by Saturday of this week. Last week's winner was Kimberiy Phillips of S17-C19, RR2 Lockyer Road, Gibsons, who correctly identified Ihe tumbled-down shack al Ihe corner of Payne and Reed Roads.  Police news  GIBSONS RCMP  ' Now thai ferry traffic is increasing Gibsons RCMP and  the Sechell Highway Palrol aim  I for fewer molor vehicle offences and accidents. There will  be increased patrols along Reed  and North Roads and Highway  101, especially when traffic is  moving to and from the Langdale ferry lerminal.  RCMP were called recently  by several complainants concerning a noisy party al Harbour  Heights apartments. A charge  under Gibsons Noise Bylaw is  pending againsl the tenant.  On the night of March 28, a  crowd of 150 lo 200 persons  gathered in and around a  residence near Armours Beach,  having a noisy parly which was  dispersed by police.  On March 28 and in ihe morning of April 2, two separate  charges of impaired driving  were laid.  Overnight just before the  holiday weekend highway signs  worth $300 were unboiled from  their posts. One was a checker  sunburst sign marking Ihe  hazardous hairpin seclion of  North Road above the ferry terminal . Other signs such as  'Sechelt 22 km' and 'Horseshoe  Bay' were taken from the  Langdale Creek area. Phone  886TIPS.  Fashion show  The Sunshine Coasl Business  and Professional Women's  Club is having iheir 7th annual  bursary fund-raising fashion  show al Ihe Sechelt Indian Band  Hall at 7:30 pm on April 12 and  13. The theme ihis year is 'The  Tolal Woman' with maternity  fashions from a Shirley Kay  store in Wesl Vancouver,  children's wear by Kate Mc-  Quaid of Sechell and styles for  the larger women from  Additional-Lelle in Wesl Vancouver.  There will also be exciting  styles from three local  designers: Janet Miller of In-  trada Designs, Conchita Harding of Conchita Designs in  Gibsons, and Linda Malloy, the  owner and textile artist from  Sechelt's Shadow Baux.  ANGLICAN CATHOLIC  CHURCH OF CANADA  ST. COLUMBA OF IONA PARISH  8835 Redrooffs Road  2nd Sunday 10:00 Morning Prayer  11:00 Communion  4th Sunday   11:00 Morning Prayer  5lh Sunday     3:30 Communion  The Reverend E.S. Gale  8857088 or 1-525-6760  Prayer Book Anglican  _��.�� .��_  11:15am  10:00 am  9:30 am  9:30 am  THE UNITED CHURCH  OF CANADA  Sunday Worship Services  CIBSONS  Glassford Road  Sunday School  ST. lOHN'S  Davis Bay  Sunday School  Rev. Alex G. Reid  Church Telephone         886-2333   *��-��.<*   GRACE REFORMED  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH  Morning Worship 11:15 am,  St. Hilda's Anglican Church  Evening Worship    7 pm in homes  Wednesday Bible  Sludy 7:30 pm in homes  J. Cameron Fraser, Pastor  885-7488  ALL WELCOME  ST. BARTHOLOMEW'S  & ST. AIDAN'S  ANGLICAN CHURCHES  Parish Family Eucharist  Church School 10 am  Rev. I.E. Robinson, 886-8436  -***��-  CALVARY  BAPTIST CHURCH  711 Park Road, Gibsons,  SundaySchool 9:30 AM  Morning Worship Service 11 AM  Interim Paslor  Arthur Willis  Arlys Peters, Minister of Music  Church Office: B86-2611   <t>.<����   GIBSONS COMMUNITY  FELLOWSHIP  Welcomes you to join us  in Worship  Prayer Sun.  9:30 AM  Morning Worship Sun. 10:00 AM  Wednesday 7:00 PM  599 Gower Point Road  Pastor Monty McLean  886-7049  THE SECHELT PARISH  of the ANGLICAN CHURCH'  dST. HILDA'S (Sechell)  Bam     Holy Communion  9:30 am       Family Service  ST. ANDREW'S (Madeira Park)  11:30am 885-5019  Rev. June Maffin   .��.��,.��   NEW LIFE FELLOWSHIP  NEW TESTAMENT  CHURCH  Services Times       Sun., 10:30am  Midweek Wed., 7:30pm  Youlh Group Fri., 7:30 pm  Women's Prayer      Thurs., 10am  Pastor Ivan Fox  885-4775 or B85-2672   as <n n _  PENDER HARBOUR  PENTECOSTAL  CHURCH  Lagoon Road, Madeira Park  SundaySchool 9:45 am  Morning Worship 11:00 am  Prayer & Bible Study  Wednesday, 7:30 pm  B83-2374 4 8B3-944I  Paslor Mike Klassen  Affiliated Wilh The Pentecostal  Assemblies of Canada  -J����*_  GIBSONS  PFNTECOSTAL CHURCH  New Church building on  School Road - opp. RCMP  Paslor Ted Boodle  Sunday School 9;45 am  Morning Worship 11:00 am  Evening Fellowship 7:00 pm  Bible Sludy  Weds, at 7:30 pm  Phone  B86-9482 or 886-7107  Affiliated with the  Pentecostal Assemblies  of Canada   JUS.*.*.   THE SALVATION ARMY  Next lo Langdale Ferry  SundaySchool 9:45 am  Morning Worship 11:00 am  Free Pickup For Sunday School  In Gibsons Area  Phone 886-7232 or 886-9759  lohn & Bev Studiman  We Extend A  Warm Welcome To All  Sunshine Coast Regional District  BULLETIN BOARD  Royal Terraces Building  corner of Wharf Rd., and Teredo St.  Sechelt  IUPCOMING MEETINGSI  Thursday, April 14th  Regular Board Meeting - 7:30 p.m.  GOVERNMENT AWARENESS WEEK  April 18th ��� 24th  Promoted by tha Union ol British Columbia  Municipalities (U.B.C.M.)  The Sunshine Coast Regional District wants to  make people more aware of what our local government is involved with  POSTER CONTESTss5====  Five schools are participating In our poster contest which will be displayed locally. The three winning entries will be displayed at the next UBCM  meeting In Whistler along with winning posters  from throughout the province.  SCRD DISPLAY^^^  at Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons  & Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt  Featuring our  COMPUTERIZED MAPPING SYSTEM  OPEN HOUSEsssss  Wednesday, April 21  at our Sechelt Office  Watch this space for more details & information  about tours of our PUBLIC WORKS PROJECTS  P.O. Box 800  Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  885-2261  ���INVITATION TO TENDER a  Tenders are invited for the three (3) times weekly  janitorial services for the Sunshine Coast Regional  District office.  Interested parties are Invited to arrange a time to view  the premises by contacting:  Michael Phelan, Treasurer  at 885-2261  The deadline for tenders Is April 7th at 2:00 p.m.  Roberts Creek  Fire Protection District  BURNING PERMITS  are required from  April 15th to October 15th, 1988  Permits can be obtained by calling:  Sharon Kraus  885-3848  Wednesdays between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm  Denis Mulligan  Fire Chief  Roberts Creek Fire Department  NOTICE  Area 'F' Residents  Residents of Area 'F' are advised that the next meeting  of the Advisory Planning Commission will be held on  April 11th at 7:00 p.m. at Langdale Elementary School.  MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC ARE ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND!  Halfmoon Bay  Fire Protection District  BURNING PERMITS  are required from  April 15th to October 15th, 1988  Permits can be obtained by calling:  885-5712  and leaving a message  Class A Commercial Permits are $5.00  Class B Residential Permits are $2.00  Greg Phelps  Fire Chief  Halfmoon Bay Fire Department  PENDER HARBOUR AQUATICi  AND FITNESS CENTRE  Box 361, Madeira Park, B.C. VON 2H0  Phone: 883-2612  GENERAL INFORMATION  AQUATIC & FITNESS DIRECTOR: Rob! Petraschuk  The Pender Harbour Aquatic Centre has a 20m swimming pool,  sauna, swirl pool, and a well equipped fitness room. During  unscheduled hours the facility Is available tor rentals. The rental  fee of $40 per hour includes 2 lifeguards, pool and fitness room.  Phone our staff and they will help you plan a party or get-together.  PROGRAM  APRIL 9TH TO JUNE 12TH, 1988  TIME  MON.  TUES.  WED.  THURS.  FRI.  SAT/SUN  8:00 im  Early Bird  Swim  Early Bird  Swim  Early Bird  Swim  9:30 im  Ladles  Swim  Ladles  Swim  Ladles  Swim  10:30 am  11:00 im  11:30  AM  Lessons  Watar Utti  Pre-School  Pro-School  Pre-School  12:00  PUBLIC  SWIM  ADULT  SWIM  PUBLIC  SWIM  ADULT  SWIM  PUBLIC  SWIM  1:00 pm  1:30  Pre-School  Aqua Fit  Aqua Fit  Pre-School  Parents 4  Tols   F.R.  Pro-School  2:00 pm  2:30 pm  Pre-School  PUBLIC  SWIM  2:00-4:00  F.R.  Pre-School  3:30 pm  5:30  Roy.Llle  Bronze  Medallion  Red Cr s  R.L.S.S.  Programs  6:30 pm  8:30 pm  10:00 pm  PUBLIC  PUBLIC  SWIM  0:30-10:00  PUBLIC  PUBLIC  PUBLIC  SWIM  6:30-10:00  PUBLIC  SWIM  0:30,0.-00  ADULTS  ONLY  ADULTS  ONLY  ADULTS  ONLY  THE FOLLOWING PROGRAMS REQUIRE PRE-REGISTRATION  AND PAYMENT.  PRE-REGISTRATION: April 6 to 9.10:00 am to 3:00 pm,  rear of highschool  PREPAYMENT MANDATORY:  Mall to: Box 361, Madeira Park, B.C.  INFANT-TODDLER-PRE-SCHOOL PROGRAMS  Waterbabies (1): "The Little Guys" - 4 mos.-2 yrs. Parent & child  participation. This level is designed to provide water orientation  lor babies and parents. Starting April 13, Wed., 11:30-12 pm.  Waterbabies (2): 6 mos.-2 yrs. Parent & child participation. Designed to Introduce advanced survival skills. Babies should have completed Level 1. Starting April 13, Wed., 11:30-12 pm. NOTE: Waterbabies 1 & 2 may be combined If registration below minimum.  What to Wean No diapers please - bathing suit plus training pants  (for extra protection), a sleeper, T-shirt may keep child warmer In  main pool.  Pre-School (1): These levels DO NOT require parent participation.  3 yrs.-6 yrs. This level Is lor children with no previous or limited  water experience. Introducing buoyance In shallow water. Orientation to pool and Instructors.  Pre-School (2): Completion of Level 1 - Floating on front, glides,  submerging underwater. Introducing propulsion skills.  Pre-School (3): Completion of Level 2 - Introduction to main pool.  Back swim 5m, front swim 5m, turns, lump Into deep water to instructor.  Pre-School Super-Swimmer Completion of Level 3 - Learn lo dive,  forward roll, swim 20m on front & back, surface dives, surface  support, 5m front crawl.  ROYAL LIFESAVING - PROGRAMS  Bronze Medallion & Senior Resuscitation (combined):  Red Cross Lessons: All levels of Red Cross will be taught.  Stroke Improvement and Adult Lessons: Phone and ask for Robl.  FITNESS INFORMATION TIMETABLE  Children 6 and under must be accompanied by an adult.  Patrons are asked lo clear the pool 10 minutes before the end of  each swim. The pool will be closed tor statutory holidays.  POOL TICKETS  ADMISSION FEE EACH 8TRIP TICKET  Child 12 & Under $1.00 10 lor $9.00  Teens 13-18 and  Seniors 65 & Up $1.50 10 for $13.00  Adults $1.80 10 lor $16.00  YEARLY FAMILY PASS $250.00  Family Rate ��� $1.50 for Adults; $1.20 tor Teen & Senior; $.80 for  Child ��� see F.R. on program tor times applicable. The Family Pass  Is available for families with children 18 years and under, it includes access to the whole facility during all public swim times.  For mora Inlormalion - please phone  883-2612  MON.  TUES.  WED.  THURS.  FRI.  8:30  Weights  Welghls  Welgr.la  9:30  Atrobia  Aerobic  Aerobic  1:00  Aqualit  Aqualit  8:30  Aerobic  Aerobic  7:30  Teen  Groom/Fit  Teen  Groom/FI|  3 MONTH PASS  $24.00  $34.50  $39.75  Please Note:  Minimum enrollment and prepayment are required In order to hold  classes. Phone lor registration April 8th to 9th. Classes start April  11th. FEES:-  Aerobic, Weights & Aqualit  6 week (1 hour)  2x week $24.00  3x week $36.00  Teen Grooming & Fitness    6 week - (1 hour)  NEW-9 Week  Sara $ $ $  2x week $31.00  3x week $49.00   NEW PROGRAMME "*** Teen Grooming and Fitness Programme ��� Teens 13 to 19 years old. Discussions and advice from  an esthetician and nutrltionalist on makeup, skin problems, facial  products, and diets for good health. Fitness classes using  weights for body toning; proper use of the fitness room equipment. Aerobic fitness - all combined to make you look good and  feel even better.  MON.  IMINIBUS TIMETABLE:  TUES. WED. THURS. FRI.  Leaves  Sechelt  lor  Qlbsons  8:40 am  10:00 am  (Lower Road)  8:40 am  10:00 am  (Lower Road)  8:40 am  10:00 am  (Lower Road)  8:40 am  10:00 am  (Lower Road)  1:00 pm  3:15 pm  (Lower Road)  1:00 pm  2:30 pm  1:00 pm  3:15 pm  (Lower Road)  1:00 pm  2:30 pm  8:40 am  10:00 am  3:15 pm  NO SERVICE ON  WEEKENDS OR  PUBLIC  HOLIDAYS  Leaves  Gibsons  for  Sechelt  9:15 am  10:45 am  (Lower Road)  1:35 pm  (Lower Road)  4:00 pm  9:15 am  11:45 am  1:50 pm  4:00 pm  (Lower Road)  9:15 am  10:45 am  (Lower Road)  1:35 pm  (Lower Road)  4:00 pm  9:15 am  11:45 am  1:35 pm  (Lower Road)  4:00 pm  (Lower Road)  9:15 am  10:45 am  4:00 pm  THIS SERVICE IS FOR  PUBLIC USE  Door-to-Door Service Is  available for the disabled  and handicapped, and  can be booked"by phoning  885-5881 "RE!:. 2l? Z��"''' '"("aCh additional rone .25  Zona ��: Gibsons lo Roberts CreaK (Flume Road)  Zona ��: Roberts Creok lo Sechelt  "Lower Road" route ��� via Flume Road. Beach Avenue and Lower Road  Regular slops al Sechelt and Olbsona Medical Clinics.  Sechell Bus Slop:  The Dock, Cowrie Street  Glbioni Bus Slop: Lower Gibsons. Munlcipsl Parking Lol,  Gower Point Road. Coast News, April 4,1988  17.  COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS  r-  i.  ���������el fraami.  17.  tatei tV T��4t  >.  MM  It.  far Sale  i.  OMtaarttt  It.  Aataje  4.  ��� Meawrlai  20.  faojsfmr  S.  TkaakVoy  II.  Mart**  ��.  Nnaeul  21.  MoeHc Hoanaa  1.  AMAQWK VaMfMttt  1}.  Metercycles  ��.  WettMngil  14.  Wanted to te��  lagage*KM��  IS.  lod I Iroafcfeat  ��.  lent  26.  fot Rent  10.  round  17.  Help wanted  II.  P���� 1 Uveuock  It.  Wort Wanted  11.  Mask  If.  CUM Cora  11.  Travel  30.  taaakMH  14.  Wanted  flppilll���moi  IS.  Ine  II;  1*1*1  L    It  Carage Sale*  tl.  I.C.1 Yukon  Drop off your  COAST NEWS  Classifieds  at any of our convenient  Friendly People  Places  IN PENDER HARBOUR   Marina Pharmacy m2m  AC Building Supplies 8839551  IN HALFMOON BAY   B & J Store 885-9435  IN SECHELT   Books & Stuff  (Trail Bay Centre) 885-2625  The Coast News  (Cowrie Street) 885-3930  IN DAVIS BAY-  Peninsuia Market 886-9721  IN WILSON CREEK   Wilson Creek  Campground 885-5937  IN ROBERTS CREEK   Seaview Market 8853400  IN GIBSONS ���  B & D Sports  (Sunnycrest Mall) 886-4635  The Coast News  (behind Dockside Pharmacy) 886-2622  DEADLINE IS NOON SATURDAY  FOR MONDAY PUBLICATION  Judy or Helen will give you courteous service and  friendly assistance when you place your classified ad at AC Building Supplies - one of our  Friendly People Places In Pender Harbour.  Homes  1 Property  Wanted, waterfront acreage with  protected deep water moorage,  road access, privacy. Motivated  cash buyer, please reply No.  112, 2619 Alma St., Van., B.C.  V6R3S1.980-4547. #14  Affordable waterfront, 1.24  acres. Ireed, wilh newly built 2  bdrm. home on sandy beach  south ol Powell River. $67,900.  Phone 487-4180. #15  ANDERSON REALTY  The Sunshine Coast  Specialists lor  ��� Recreation  ��� Retirement  ��� Relocation  FREE CATALOGUE  Teredo Square, Sechell  885-3211  Van. Toll Free 664-8016  WF 2 bdrm. house, Gibsons  Marina, potential addition,  $81.500.886-7955. #15  1800 sq. It. ol living space. 4  bdrms., 2 baths, rec rm,  workshop. Ige. deck, end of cul-  de-sac, 992 Fircrest. Gibsons.  $49,500. owner 886-7021.   #16  Proud parents Kalhy and Mitch  Kwasnycia announce Ihe arrival  of Meghan Elaine on March 16 at  St. Mary's Hospilal. Proud  grandparents are Kay and Sieve  Kwasnycia and George and Liz  Herbrick. Thanks lo Dr. Wesllake  ano nursing staff and Laurie and  Kay. #14  Obituaries  Obituaries  WIRTH: Elizabeth (Belly) passed  away peacefully al St. Mary's  Hospitalon March 28.1988. Survived by Waller, her loving husband lor over 50 years; daughter.  Dianne and her husband Jim  Shepard; grandchildren, Jim and  Michael, son, Jim and wile  Dodie; Mom. Violet Gibb; sislers,  Joan and Fredia; brothers. Jim  and Bob; numerous nieces,  nephews and their children.  Funeral service was held Thursday. March 31 at St. David's  United Church, West Vancouver.  Interment Capilano View  Cemetery. Remembrance donalions lo Ihe Heart Fund would be  appreciated. Devlin Funeral  Home, Directors. #14  ELWOOD: Passed away March  29.1988, Hugh Steward Elwood,  late of Madeira Park, aged 84  years. Survived by his loving  wife. Alice; one son, Hugh and  his wife Elizabeth and their  children, Carolyne and Kalherine  of Burnaby: one daughter. Ruth  and her husband Bob Rinke and  Iheir children. Kenneth. David  and Christopher ol Port Co-  quillam. Private arrangements  and cremation through Devlin  Funeral Home. Interment ol  cremated remains in Foresl View  Cemelery, Pender Harbour.  Remembrance donations lo Ihe  Cancer Sociely would be appreciated. #14  HENDY: John Arthur (Jack) ol  R.R. 1, Gibsons. B.C., passed  away on Saturday, March 26.  1988 in his 74th year, alter a-  lengthy light wilh Lymphoma. He  leaves his loving wile of 45 years.  Phyllis: daughters, Donna  Millman and husband Ian. Arlene  Rycrolt and husband Keath; lour  granddaughlers, Tracey. Maria,  Madyline and Erica; sisler. Kay  Easlon; brother-in-law and wile  Victor and Dorothy Wills; many  nieces and nephews In Vancouver, USA and England. Predeceased by his molher, lather  and brolher, Wilfred. He served  in Ihe R.C.A.SC. during Ihe Second World War. For many years  Jack was involved wilh Bowling  Management. Chapman's on  Broadway and Ihe Commodore on  Granville St., Ihen Jack established 2500 Service Lid. wilh Texaco  al Slocar, and Kingsway. In 1965  he relocated lo the North Shore al  Queens and Lonsdale. He was a  member ol the Seymour Goll Club  for 25 years, ioining Sunshine  Coasl Golf Club upon retiring to  Gibsons in 1981. Jack worked  hard, enjoyed his golf and his  associations wilh others. He was  a good friend, a gentleman and a  Irue lamily man. To many ol his  friends he was 'one of a kind'.  Special lhanks to Dr. Kirstie  Overhill of Gibsons for her  .Ihoughilulness and sere during,  Jack's lengthy illness. No service  by request. Private cremalion arrangements Ihrough Devlin  Funeral Home.  #14  1.  Announcements  ^ ��� ' '  "Mall Sillers"  needed to help in both Gibsons &  Sechell wilh Ihe Gibsons Landing  Thealre Projeel Society's upcoming membership drives. II you  can help lor even an hour, please  call 886-8778. TFN  Interested in amateur theatre'  We are reviving ihe Roberls  Creek Players Club, ihe aim of  which is Ihe production cl  amaleui theatre Firsl meeling 10  be held on or aboul April 20.  Phone 886-7859 or 886-8541    #16  CORE. Course. Apr. 18-May  14. Fred Gazely 886-9631 & Bea  Rankin 885-9787. #14  South Coast  Ford       y"  1985 TEMPO 4 DR  4 Cyl, 4 Sp, Very Clean  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  dl suae 885-3281  ��� *  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-2896, 886-7272. 886-2954.  TFN  II someone in your family has a  drinking problem you can see  whal It's doing to Ihem. Can you  see whal It's doing lo you? Al-  Anon can help. Phone 886-9903  or 886-9826.  Attention Teens  Al-Aleen   Can   Help.   Phone  886-7103. TFN  8.    Weddings  &. Engagements  Mings j  mentsJ  <ssrt  NEW LOWER  HARRIS: Passed away March 31.  1988, Violet Sarah Harris, lale ol  Soames Poinl, age 79 years.  Violet loved the people of Ihe  community in which she lived lor  50 years, and was always  gratelul lor Iheir warmth and  kindness. Survived by Iwo sons:  Charles and wife Marilyn, and  Gordon; Ihree grandchildren,  Dale. Brent and Dana; brother  Harold Dale and wile Norma;  sisler in-law Irene Dale. Memorial  Service Salurday, April 9 in Ihe  Gibsons United Church. Cremalion. Violel had been active in the  auxiliary to SI. Mary's Hospital  and remembrance Donations to  the auxiliary would be appreciated, if friends so desire.  #14  Gerry & Ruth Glessing are pleased lo announce Ihe engagement  ol their daughter, Autumn Noreen  lo David John Dykslra, son ol  Gerry & Lainie Dykslra of Richmond. The marriage will lake  place on June 25, 1988 al Bethel  Baplisl Church, Sechell.      #14  lost  Al Sunnycrest Mall on Saturday nighl, pair ol brand new  black running shoes (cleats),  size 2, needed to play T-ball!  Reward. Vicki886-2653. #14  10 mo. old female cal, spayed  and dark brown calico. Rewaro.  Marlene Rd. area. 885-3628.  #14  Reward - $25 lor return ol black  Kawahara mountain bike laken  Irom Park & Reed residence.  886-4576 #15  to.  C  Personal  Classified Ad Rates  $400  lV,e^,vov-<      ,  (minimum) for 10 words  \\  2.5    '"r eac'1 aD'di,'ona! word  Pay for 2 weeks, Get the 3rd week FREE  M C1A /1 when m'd by CASH' CHC0-Ul  t\ t W ! or MOrVEV ORDER  $U*e SelTcLASSIFIEDS  They run until your item is sold!  I i>      for up to JO words *1       per additional word  Your ad, Featuring one item only, will run for four consecutive  weeks and will then be cancelled unless you instruct us to renew it  for  another   four,   by   Saturday,   3   pm.  NO CHARGE FOR RENEWAL for .is long as you want!  <Ni>t available to commercial advertlKti)  ALL CLASSIFIED ADS must be PRE-PAID before insertion.  For your convenience, use your MASTERCARD or VISA!  CLASSIFIED DEADLINE  At "Friendly People Places" Saturday NOON  At COAST NEWS Offices,  Shhell s cilMm..   SATURDAY, 3 pm  COAST NEWS Classifieds  Cowrie Si . Sechell  885-3930  The LOWEST Price!  The HICHEST Circulation!  The FIRST on the street!  Crulce Laiia. Gibsons  886-2622  Sunshine Coasl Transition  House; a sale place lor women  who are emotionally or physically  abused. Counselling and legal info., 24 hr. crisis line. 885-2944.  TFN  INDIVIDUAL THERAPY  COUPLES COUNSELLING  Call Eleanor Mae 685-9018.  #16  Women Who Love Too Much  Conlldential/anonymous  meelings. 666-2008, 886-9539  #16  South Coast  Ford  1983 OLDS  CUTLASS CIERA  Six Diesel, Aulomalic,  Very Clean! Very Cheap on Fuel1  Wharf Rd., Sechdt  , DL 5936 885-3281 ,  Found J  Keys, key lag wilh name ol  Laurie. 886-2553. #14  ^    tV livestock J  MAGUS KENNELS  ��� Bright clean dog  & cat boarding  ��� Dog grooming  Lowesl Prices On  -SCIENCE DIET"  OPEN 8 air. - 6:30 pm  everyday. 886-8568  Phone us today about our beautiful selection of personalized wedding invitations, napkins, matches, stationery, and more.  Jeannie's Gills & Gems  886-2023  TFN  Registration Is being laken lor Ihe  workshop - Pasl Lile Regression  and Though! as a Forerunner lo  Creation ��� by Sue Winters and  Rose Nicholson. For details call  886-8353or885-2103.        #14  Personal income lax returns done  ((tup. Incl.)$10.886-9233.  #15  SCIENCE DIET 1 IAMS  Pel Food  Quality Farm & Garden  Supply Ltd.  Prall Rd. 886-7527  IFN  For sale, 2 organs, PA syslem,  reas. amplifiers, saxaphones  etc. Strings n Things, Teredo  Sq. 885-7781. #16  14.  Wanted  LOG BUYING STATION  Cedar, Fir, Hemlock  886-7033  Terminal Foresl Products    #TFN  Attention! New store in Lower  Gibsons needs local crafts lo sell  on consignment Phone  886-9288. #14  18.  lor Side  SUNSHINE COAST  BUILDING SUPPLIES tw in.  "Come in and see  our changes"  Men,-Sit, 8:00-5:00  1356 Wharf Rd.. Sechelt  885-5818  Half  sel  ladies'  886-8558 eves.  goll  clubs  TFN  Wanled lo buy. 2-3 bdrm. house  between Rbls. Ck. and Gibsons,  $40-50,000 range. Vendors lo  finance, have down payment,  886-3041, #15  15.  Iree  Free Puppies  886-3949  #15  (  16.  Garage Sales  FARM AUCTION - Livestock,  misc. Consignments welcome.  886-7243. #14  Greal Sale! Selected books &  records, $1 ea; linen galore!  Wood Ibl. & chair sel: loveseal:  dressers; occas. Ibis. & chairs!  Easter cards, 3/$1; rhinestone  jewellry; I4K gold rings; dishes,  pots n pans, etc. Sheets &  towels, $1 ea. Open M.W.Th.Fr,  Sat, 10-4:30, beside Elson Glass.  For Olde Times Sake - we buy,  sell & trade. 886-8261.       #15  South Coast  *     Ford  1986 T-BIRD  V8, EFI, Aulomalic, Overdrive,  Loaded with Options  Stk. #67-320-1  Wharl Rd., Sachelt  . DL 5936 885-3281 .  Sat. Apr, 9, mulli-lamily garage  sale, 1638 Grandview Rd. (above  Bonniebrook Lodge), 10am  -2pm. #14  Apr. 9, 9:30am  LiuwerPf. Rd.  lpm.  1422  #14  MUSHROOM COMPOST  Wood based, well decomposed,  Sib/pickup   We  load.   Call  885-2308   leave   name   and  number, #14  Walnut table, circa 1900, $350;  18" mower, elec., $50; 5 lite  chand.. $10; slereo, $10, 47  Nancy Drews, $75. 30 Hardy  Boys, $50; 34 Trme Beldens  $50.886-7736. #14  Wilh every purchase ol an Electrolux vacuum, you get trie a rug  washer, seal chesl or Trivac,  value ol $130 or more. Contact  Stella Mutch this week,  886-7370, #14  Wasleking universal dishwasher,  $100; fireplace airtight insert,  $125; bathroom vanity, complete  with sink, laps, $50 OBO.  886-2323, #14  Horse manure, $15 a pick-up  load. 886-3999 or 886-3059, #14  South Coast  Fortl  1982 DATSUN B210  4 Cyl.. 2 Door. Yellow,  Very Economical  Wharf Rd., Sachelt  DL 5936 885-3281 j  Welkins products available. For  free sale flyer cal! 886-7339. #14  Firewood   lor  886-3452.  $70/cord.  #15  1971   Volvo  886-2520.  142,  $250.  #15  '80-450 John Deere loader, 4 in  1 winch, gd. cond.; '76 ��� 5 Ton  GMC single axle dumplruck,  Tandem axle trailer. Box 280, c/o  Coasl News, Box 460, Gibsons,  B.C.V0N1V0, #14  Xerox 3100 photocopier & stand,  gd. cond., $450. 883-9531.  #16  China cabinet, round table _  chairs, misc. items. 886-2689  aft. 4pm. #16  Rhodes * Azaleas  Large selection $3-$14, Roberts  Creek Nursery, 2569 Lower Rd.  886-2062. #16  1 Queen size motionless waler-  bed, 1 yr. old, padded sides,  bookcase headboard. 886-7028.  #14  Copper: Beautiful imported 3  dimensional wall pictures A lew  lor sale, samples lo view, phone  885-7841. #16  Mohair: Beautiful handmade imported from Swaziland and  Lesotho sweaters, wall hangings, cushion covers, table runners, placemats. curtains etc  Samples lo view, phone Bev  885-7841. #16  South Coast  Ford  1978 XTC VAN  RAISED ROOF  Vb Aulo    FullwCffmi^d  t'elr^irfwlruj��V^to: i  ���:��J|V Tery Clear  Wharl Rd., Sechelt  \^ PL 5936 385 3281        J  Color VCR camera wilh portable  VCR, $825 OBO Tarry 886-3595.  886-2268. TFN  Sectional couch, soft, brown,  almosl new, $450. 886-4500 or  886-3280. #15  Padded L-shaped bar, 78"x62".  4 wrought iron stools, matching 6  ft. planter & bar cabinet: 26 "TV  console, cabinet only, oak ar-  borile desk, 66"x32"; Sears  household indoor/ouldoor  wel/dry vacuum; 10 Greal  Stories ol Canada book series;  while leather armchair, Ig. matching hassock; 5 leisure suits,  one sports jaekel, size 40-42 tall,  musl see. 886-7856  #15  South Coast  Ford      ���  1973 TOYOTA  COROLLA 2DR  4 Cyl, Aulomalic. 1 Owner,  78.000 miles  Wharl Rd., Sechelt  Vr PL 5936 665 328)       ^  11' inflat. boat, takes up lo 25  HP, $2600 or Irade lor lenl  Irailer. 885-9245. #15  Gardeners delighl - horse manure  $10 PU. U-load 886-4582, 6 pm  -8 pm. #15  19.  Autos  Save $80 on an Electrolux uprighl  vacuum, only $369. Phone Stella  Mulch 886-7370. #16  Flea markel, Sechell Legion Hall,  Apr. 10, 10-2, tables. 885-3823,  885-9403, #14  18.  for Sale  SEASONED  FIREWOOD  $807cord  10% Sinlors Discount  886-2489  CASH PAID  For Some Cars and Trucks  Dead Car Removal  886-2020  TFN  Ladles'/girl's COM. 3 sp. bike,  exc. cond., $125 OBO.  886-3504. #14  Mahogany day bed w/drawers.  exc. cond., $95; RCA VCR exc.  cond., $195; Scotsmen or boal  bumpers. $5-$10; 8 Alberta  spruce trees 4'. $22 886-2513.  #14  Alum. exl. ladder, 15'. $65; 10'  wood slepladder. $30; new Merc  5 gal. tank. $40: Reel  lawnmower, $45; boom chain,  8', $40; crab trap, $10.  886-8465 #14  Free Soil Tesl Clinic  Sunday. April 10  Quality Farm & Garden Supply  See our ad on page 15 ol  Ihis newspaper #14  Brand new factory wood stove,  $250, factory shaper with guide  bearing and 2 cullers, $295 Cut  lers worth $175 apiece Needs  molor 886-3730 #14  Green Onion  Earth Station  SATELLITE  Sales 81 Service  885-5644  Dog Obedience Classes begin in  April. To register phone  886-8568. #14  Free lo good home, 15 mo, Gordon Seller/Lab cross 886-2740.  #14  SPCA Adoption, 2 black Lab puppies, one male, one female, 3%  mos. old, 885-5734. #14  Reg'd Morgan mare, 15 yrs.  young, exc. riding horse wilh gd.  disp., $1100. 886-9638.     #16  WANTEDI! WANTEDI!  Hall sel ladies' goll clubs.  886-8558 eves. TFN  Multicycle Inglis aulo washer,  $295. Guaranleed & delivered.  883-2648. TFN  South Coast  Ford,      ;  1985 COUGAR  V6,  Auto..  Well  Equipped  A/C, Till/Speed, Very Clean  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  "     DL 5936 885-3281  25 gal. hot waler lank, near new  new cost $230. sell $150  886-9410 #16  South Coast  K      Ford  1980 OLDS  CUTLASS WAGON  V8.   Aulo.   Good   Running  Order  Wharf Rd., Sachelt  l dl ivx 885-3261  Oil tank, gas tank and stand, ceiling Ian, 885-2540. #14  Old Iridge: arc welder; bed  chesterfield: table & chairs;  folding col; single bed: wood  lathe, 885-2243. #16  fl. plexiglass showcase, w  plywood cont.; 4 large drawers  for storage, asking $200.  883-2455. #14  HAV FOR SALE  New Hay $3.50    Old Hay $2.50  Can deliver. 885-9357  TFN  T ft S SOIL  Mushroom Manure  Topsoil Mixed  Bark Mulch  By the yard or 14 yard diesel  dumplruck-full Top qualify products at reasonable prices. You  pickup or we deliver.  Phone  anytime 885-5669. TFN  1979 Ford 3/4 T 4X4  V8. blue  & while, mag lires, gd. cond.,  $4000 OBO. 886-8915.  #14  '80   Sunbird,   new  mulller,  brakes, shocks. In, end,luneup.  great on gas, $3200.  M. Hollz.  Box 395 Sechelt.  #14  South Coast  Ford       1  1976 TOYOTA  LAND CRUISER 4X4  6 Cyl, Standard,  "A Real Hunting Machine"  Wharf Rd., Sachelt  PL 5936 M5-3281       .  1980 Malibu Classic SW. 6 cyl.  air cond . rear w/delrosl. good  cond, $3500. 883-9435.     #14  79  Chev  886-8508  Nova.  $1500 OBO  #15  3/4 1 Ton Iruck and 24'  Wilderness camper 5th Wheeler,  can Include job 686-3634 Box  391. Gibsons. BC #15  1976 Mercury Monarch, gd  cond.. great mileage. $600  886-7521. #15  79 Ford Courier PU, A/T 2.3  molor, long box, malch FG  canopy, rel., clean, sharp, exc  cond, $3500. 886-8465.     #15  75 Dodge 'A ton, slant 6. sld ,  exc. shape. $1200 OBO  886-9050. #15  South Coast  Ford      i  1969 MERCEDES  BENZ 250 CE  2 Door Coupe  Fuel injected 6 Cyl. Engine,  rebuilt.   Engine  has   10.000  KMS   on   II.   Automalic  transmission, power sunrool.  cassette stereo, comes with a  good invenlory ol spare pails  Overall condilion very good  Asking Price $10,995  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  DL 5936 885 3281 18.  Coast News, April 4,1988  71 Olds. 4 dr.. new brakes,  mechanically excellent. $550  tirm. 886-3935. #15  1979 Plymoulh Horizon, runs  well, all records available. $1600  Sieve 883-9551 or 883-9342 #15  '83 Ford pickup 150. 6 cyl.. 2  lone, dual lanks. 4 sp. gd. cond  885-5002 #16  79 large Ford Van. completely  campenzed. $6000 886-9204  #14  South Coast  *���     Ford  1981 OLDS ROYAL  2 DOOR  V8. Auto , Clean,  Many Extras  Wharl Rd., Sechell  \^      PL 5936 885-3281      J  '61, 280ZX Coupe, 1 prev  owner, rebuilt drivelrain, new exhaust, new radial TA's &  snowies, new painl, interior in  exc, cond. 886-4633. #16  74 Ford 3/< Ton pickup, exc.  motor & trans., gd. rear rubber,  lair body. gd. wood Iruck. $595.  886-3730. #14  20.  Camper*  MotorhoHaes  Coast  Auto  Rental  Sales 4   885-2030  Rentals om\ t  77 GMC 'h Ton window van,  A/T. P/B. P/S. econ. 6 cyl.,  meet), sound, gd. rubber, some  rusl S body dam��� $1200 OBO;  '69 Ford JA Ton Econovan tor  parts or whole, 302 cu., 8 cyl.,  std. trans. 886-9410. #16  72 Chev 1 Ton, new llaldeck.  duals, body, lues, brakes & running gear, all gd., runs exc  $1400.886-3411. #16  77 Honda Civic, $500 OBO, lots  ol extra parts lor sale. Jim  866-2459, #14  Campers  Motorhomes  South Coast  Ford       ^  1984 BRONCO 4X4  351 V8, Aulomatic,  Trail Tow Equipped, 1-Owner.  Slk #87-059-1  Wharf Rd., Sachelt  PL 5936 885-3281  1973 14' Prowler frailer, gas  stove, oven, (urn.. 3 way Iridge.  new prop, tanks, exc. cond.  Presently parked on RV siie at  Gower Pt. All year creek & ocean,  water & elec. incl with lease.  $3000 OBO. 464-9397.        #14  South Coast  I     Ford       \  1987 BRONCO 4X4  Eddie Bauer Package.  Excellent Condition  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  ^     PL 5936 885-3281     J  >l, -1 Ton trucks 24' Wilderness  camper. 5th Wheeler, can include  job 886-3834. Box 391. Gibsons, B.C. #15  Large lenl trailer, $650,  886-9964 eves #14  1984 Prowler 24' Iravel trailer,  bunk beds etc. lull balh, awning, like new 883-9174      #16  21.  Marine  [22.  22.  WobHe Homes  21.  Marine  12' aluminum boal, trailer, 6 HP  Evinrude, windshield, many ex-  Iras, oilers. 886-8787.        #14  90 HP Merc, phone alter 6pm.  886-2765. #15  45' sleel sailboat, $40,000,  unrigged will consider partial  payment on house ol value up lo  $50,000. Conlacl Jim Harding  886-9648 #15  24 It, centreboard cruising  sailboat, wood/libreglass. Sleeps  4, 9'A oulboard. 3 sails wilh 4  wheel road trailer. Phone  885-7396. #15  '68 HP Osco Ford marine diesel &  hy. gear. As new cond  883-9401 #17s  Samson 37' FG sailboat, world  cruiser, live aboard, equipped.  42g.886-7400mess.        #17s  CAPTAIN BILL MURRAY  Master Mariner  in Sail and Steam  Formerly ot Higgs Mann,,  Marine Surveyors  and Consultants  885-3643  Deep V Thermoglass hull. 19'/!'  standup hardlop. new sloped  larps. 300' rope, 60' chain, anchor, winch, depth snd , compass, live bait tank, near new  2-12 HD batteries, no molor,  needs paint. Utile maintenance,  tirm $2250. 886-2802 all 5pm.  #16  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-25-70 HP 1982-1986, exc.  cond., exc. price. Lowes Resort,  883-2456. TFN  imtrntataamsaasmsMH  BROOKS & MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore & International  Paints  Marine  Finishes  Commercial  Pricing   >ll Vt/  Bill Wood  SECHELT  bus 885-2923  Res. 885-5058  A!  Boat trailer, tandem hydraulic  brakes will carry 30' boal. 2/3  complete, mostly galvanized.  $1795 886-3730. #14  14' Cobra 40 HP elec. slarl hydr.  slewing trailer. $2150 OBO,  Tarry 886-3595 or 886-2268  TFN  12' Springbok alum, w/new  oars. 10" rolling wheels, $600.  9 9 Merc outboard & 5 gal. tank.  $350 886-94,0 #16  South Coast  K     Ford  1977 FORD LTD  V8. Aulo, 2 Door,  76 000 Miles  Wharl Rd., Sechelt  \^     PL 5936 885-3281        J  80' dock w/40' iron stairs,  comes with Vh yr. walet lease in  Gibsons Harbour. $12,000 OBO.  Tarry 886-3595 or 886-2268.  TFN  Moor Secret Cove  Enjoy New Horizons  Secret Cove Marina 885-3533  #25  Old loresl service 34'x9'63/<"  diesel powered $25,900. offers,  John 883-9308. #16  40' BARGE WITH 36' TUG  8800 lbs Hyab. Capslan winch,  loading ramps, $55,000. Gary  886-2884. #14  South Coast  Ford      '  1986 FORD 1-TON  Equipped  with   12Jt Van  Body    'clnoeatteaVnesel  ;ion.fBAof lo gn lo work  VWarl Rd., Sechelt  ^ DL5936��B5 3;ei /  rr, \  I Mobile Homes  J  MOBILE HOME SALES  We will match or better any price  in B.C. Chapman Creek Homes  DL 7283. 885-5965 #13  Mobile home space available.  Sunshine Coasl Mobile Home  Park. 886-9826. TFN  NEW HOMES  Irom $19,900  FOB including rugs, drapes, appliances. As low as $2000 down  OAC. Call collect 580-4321.  TFN  Sunshine Coast  MOBILE HOME PARK  t mi W. Gibaona on Hwy tot  Phone 686-9626  Lot NO. 58 -  12 x 60 2 BDRM.  Fr. and stove, new carpets  and lino thru-out. A very clean  home set up and ready to move  Inlo al a low price of  '12,900  Lot NO. 28  24 x 40 DOUBLEWIDE  3 bdrm., Ir,. slove & d.w,.  large kit. & din area with palio  doors onlo rear sundeck, new  carpels and lino thru-out. A  one owner home priced al only  '21,900  [  23.  Motorcycles  85 CR250, gd. cond,, $975  OBO. 885-2496. #14  '81 Honda Silverwing wilh  helmets. $1700 886-2708.  #16  1978 Yamaha 650 Special, gd.  cond.. new tires. $800 OBO.  886-8044 alt. 6pm. #15  3 bike motorcycle trailer wilh  spare lire, faclory built. $895  new. $395 firm. 886-3730.  #14  Accom. required lor Beachcomber crew. Prefer furnished,  April lo end ol Sept. Conlact  Helen Wong, CBC-TV, call colled  662-6246.  TFN  2 lo 3 bdrm. house, rels. avail.  885-975001885-5299 #17  R.C. Rainbow Preschool is tentatively looking lor new location.  Needs large area, two washrooms, fenced yard, central location. Wants long term lease  885-7072. #15  Urgent May 1st 3 or 4 bdrm  house, Cedar Grove or Gibsons  area 886-9749. #15  Beachlronl collage lor 1 wk.,  sleep 5, July or August.  922-5028 eves. #16  1 or 2 bdrm. suile or cabin, May  1 -Aug. 30. Gibsons/Pi. Mellon.  Call 661-5381 or 937-0184.  #14  Near Sechelt, small quiel view  house, retired lady. 3 or 4 weeks  July-Aug. or exchange condo in  Kils, call colled 737-7917 belore  8am. #16  26.  for lent  Bright 1 bdrm. grnd. level sle..  rug. drapes, appls., full bath. Ph.  886-3954. #14  Selma Park. 2 bdrm. apart.,  ocean view, W/D, F/S, dish.,  lenced yard, garage, rels.  886-8291 eves. #15  Warehouse-Workshop approx.  1020 sq. ft., high ceiling. 14'  overhead door $365/mo.  885-3165or525-8177.        #15  South Coast  -     Ford  1985  ECONOLINE VAN  6 Cyl.. Aulo.. 98,000 KMS,  Very Clean  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  L DL 5936 (85-3281  All Sizes  MINI STORAGE  886-8628 #15  2 bdrm. house Bay area, Lower  Gibsons, avail. May 1. $500/mo.  886-9332. #16  33X3  (33333  SUNSHINE COAST  BUILDING SUPPLIES IM ltd  "Come in and see  our changes"  Mon,-Sat. 1:00-5:00  1356 Wharl fld��� Sechelt  885-5818  May 1. Gibsons, 3 bdrm. duplex,  IVi bath, fireplace, $500/mo.  886-8729. #14  3 bdrm. Pt. Mellon, $350/mo.,  avail, Apr, 15, no pels. 886-8923  eves. #14  2 bdrm. cabin, Rbls. Ck., suit  single person, $300/mo., $150  damage deposit, rels. Phone  886-8104. #14  Semi-furnished 1 bdrm. suite,  quiel people, ulils. & cable incl.  885-5647. #14  Roberts   Creek   Hall   avail.,  dances,   parlies,   weddings,  equipment rental, Yvonne,  885-4610, 7-9 pm. TFN  ^___  ^   Help Wanted J  Help youisell! Update your  resume, call Arbutus Ollice Services, 885-5212. TFN  MARINE MECHANIC  Exp. in MerCruiser, Volvo, gas &  diesel & OB's. FT. posilion.  885-4141. TFN  MARINE SERVICE MANAGER^  To run storefront and shop. FT.  posilion. 886-2233. TFN  South Coast  Ford      l  1981  GRAND LEMANS  2 Door, V8 Automatic, Tilt  Wheel, Power Windows.  Stk. #07-057-1  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  OL 5936 885-3211  27.  Help Warned  Coordinator  Adult Day Care Program  3 days per week. Duties include slat! and volunteer coordination and supervision, program development. Proven  supervisory training and experience essential. Pre'lerence  to Ihose wilh experience working wilh the elderly. Car  essential.  Wage: $H.26/hour.  Deadline for applications:  April 21, 1988.  Apply lo: Executive Director,  Box 2420. Sechell. B.C.  VON  3A0  "Mall Sitters"  needed to help in both Gibsons &  Sechelt wilh Ihe Gibsons Landing  Thealre Project Society's upcoming membership drives. II you  can help lor even an hour, please  call 886-8778. TFN  Lord Jim's Resort requires a Irani  desk clerk, dulies to include  bookkeeping, lyping & making  reservations. Call 885-7038 lor  appointment. #15  Fish processors required immediately. 883-9501. #16  Part/time help required lor lish  smoking plant. Reply Box 6.  Sechelt. #14  Experienced cleaning lady.  Fridays, apply in person to Beryl  at Kern's Home Furnishings, Gibsons. #14  South Coast  Ford  1986 F150  SUPERCAB 4X4  6 Cyl., 4 Sp., two lone painl,  XL trim level, 39,000 Kms  Wharf Rd.. Sechelt  V OL 5936 885-3281  28.  .    Work Wanted  Sundecks,   retaining   walls.  planters,   fences,   inter-locking  paving stones. High quality and  guaranleed  Appian Pavers 886-2332     #15  Rubbish Removal  Spring yard cleanup, hauling,  moving,  light & heavy,  very  reasonable. Rob 885-5516.  #16  Freelancer, wallpaper, painl,  ceramics, carpel reslrelched,  squeaky floors, will Irade work  lor what have you. Yogi  886-9295. #14  Voung hardworking bulldozer  operator wishing lo work lull lime  on Sunshine Coasl. Able to run &  maintain olher equipment. Call  Joel 886-3644. #16  28.  Work Wanted  Carpentry & all home repairs,  renovations & addilions.  Reasonable rates, free estimates.  886-2835. #16  BLANKET CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING  These Ads appear in the more than 70 Newspapers of the B.C. and Yukon Community  Newspapers Association and reach more than 900,000 homes and a potential two million readeri.  $129. for 25 words ($3. per each additional word)        Call the COAST NEWS at 885-3930 to place one.  AUTOMOTIVE  Buy/Lease any gas, diesel  car or Iruck, new or used.  Direct from volume factory  dealer. Call for pre-approved  credit. Call collect 464-0271  D5231.   $1 Down leases a new car or  truck. Seven Year warranly  Payments Irom $139!mo.  O.A.C. Call lease manager  at (604)465-8931. DL55B4.  All makes truck/auto lease.  Ford, GMC and Dodge. The  vehicle you wanl for the  price you want delivered lo  your door. For inlormalion  Bob Langstaff. Colled 327-  0431. 0*5662.   Direct dial auto listings has  over 2000 vehicles on our  computer database. Buying?  We will send you a printout  ol 20 vehicles you are interested in lor $5.00. Selling?  List your vehicle for 2 weeks  for $5.00. Special Dealer  Rales. We advertise province  wide.   Call   1-800-663-  2208.   BUSINESS  OPPORTUNITIES  Convenient Grocery Store,  Central Okanagan. Attached  3 bdrm, living quarters. Post  office, coffee bar. Good business. Bestsellers Realty,  Norma, Eves. 836-4534.  $124,900.    Box   681,    Sica-  mous, B.C. VOE 2V0.   Well established marina and  house boat rentals. Six unit  motel, two residence, boat  storage dock. $453,000.  Write Box 681, Sicamous,  B.C.   836-4534   Evenings,  Bestsellers Realty.   Cariboo Roadhouse Pub,  Motel, Restaurant, Lodge,  Balllields on highway Close  to ski area. By owner, asking  $295,000. Financing available. Jeff, (604)396-4412.  Box 27, Lac La Hache, B.C.  New Space Age Products -  looking for dealers to market  these new and innovative  auto products. These products are in great demand  and extremely profitable.  Must be mechanically minded. Training provided. No  franchise or dealer lees. 1-  852-3335 or 859-6677.  BUSINESS  OPPORTUNITIES  BUSINESS  OPPORTUNITIES  Leasing Company franchises  available. 20 new offices  opening across B.C. Investment ot $8900. can nel an  average of $2.7 million In  sales per/yr. For info call  1-604-464-6416.   Concrete Plant, Gravel Pit.  Trucks, road building equipment for sale, Grande  Cache, Alta. Active profitable business for sale as  going concern or by the  piece. The death of the  owner necessitates the sale.  Contact Fred Estlin, C.A.  (403)532-2964.   Men, Women, make extra  money. Everything supplied  to gel started. Send your  name address and phone to  Income Opporlunities, Box  4353, Williams Lake, B.C.  V2G 2V4.   Guaranleed Monthly Income!! Newest Money-making System produces an  Aulomatic Income lor Lite!  No selling! Free details. B.  Glenn, ��577 - 4678A Elk  Lake Dr., Victoria, B.C. V8Z  5M1.   Fashion Jewelry Reps Wanted for exclusively designed  Jewelry. Superb quality,  fantastic prices, excellent income. Fifth Avenue Collection, Independent Representative, Box 8363, Station  "F", Edmonton, T6H 4W6.  (403)434-2970.   Cash In - Cash Out. Coke,  Pepsi, Libby's, Heinz -  World Famous Drinks you  will refill in your new, unique, cold pop/juice vendors  with separate price settings.  Minimum investment ot  $11,980 secured as we supply freight, equipment installed in locations, product  fills, supplies, etc. Own your  cash business, your choice,  part or lull-time. Call/write  (24 hours) for brochure. Solar Business Centres, 100  East Drive, Suile 200, Bramalea, Ontario. L6T 1B3. Mr.  Halbot 1-(416)-761-5705,  Own Your Own Profitable  Body Gear by Suncapsule  Family Tan & Tone Art.  Fastest growing business in  Canada. High demand, high  profit, poss'jle to recapture  investment in less than 6-8  months. Ground floor opportunity. Serious inauiries  only. Area developers need-  ed. 1-8Q0-663-6621,   EDUCATIONAL   Make More Money! Learn  Income Tax Preparation or  Basic Bookkeeping. Free  brochure, no obligation. U &  R Tax Service, 205-1345  Pembina Hwy., Winnipeg,  R3T 2B6. (204)284-1806.  Franchises available.   Diploma correspondence-  Free calendar. High School  upgrading, accounting, management, administration,  secretarial, computers. Established 1964. National College, 444 Robson, Vancouver, 688-4913 loll free 1-800-  387-1281, 24 hours.   FOR SALE" MISC.   Attention Cabin/Home owners. Approved woodstove,  chimney, hearth materials  lor one story application -  $995. (stove only $475.).  RE, MacDonalds Stoves &  Stones Ltd., Aldergrove,  B.C. 856-8141.   Alfalfas, Clovers, and  Grasses, Field Peas, Canola  Seed. Combine your orders  with your neighbours. Discounts available. Phone toll  free 1-800-661-1529, Han-  na's Seeds Ltd., Lacombe,  Alta. TOC 1S0.   Soccer Boots, Balls, Gloves,  Team Strip etc. Fantastic  selection great prices. Specify your needs for fast response to Soccerwest, 2733  Barnet Hwy., Coquitlam,  B.C. V3E 1K9.   Lighting Fixtures. Western  Canada's largest display.  Wholesale and retail. Free  Catalogues available. Nor-  burn Lighting Centre, 4600  East Hastings Street, Burnaby, B.C. V5C 2K5. Phone  1-299-0666.         GARDENING   Greenhouse and Hydroponlc  Equipment and Supplies -  The mosl complete selection  in Canada. Low prices, plus  we are a Gold Card retailer.  Send $2. for catalogue and  free magazine lo Western  Water Farms, 1244 Seymour  Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6B  3N9. 1-604-682-6636.  Curved glass patio extensions starting at $1,095.  Hobby greenhouses starting  at $599. Full line of greenhouse accessories. Call B.C.  Greenhouse Builders 1-604-  433-4220 or write 7425 Hed-  ley Avenue, Burnaby, B.C.  V5E2R1.   HELP WANTED  Required, reporter/ photographer for weekly newspaper in Alberta. Apply to  Vermilion Standard, Box  750, Vermilion, Alta. TOB  4M0 or phone Pauline  Slubbs al 1-403-853-5344.  Remote mountain resort  hotel accepting applications  lor summer and full time  employment. Positions include: chambermaids, cooks,  dishwashers, waitresses,  cashiers, desk clerks, bartenders, cafeteria workers,  gas attendants. For application, send sell-addressed  stamped envelope to: Glacier Park Lodge, Rogers  Pass, B.C. VOE 2S0. Atten-  tion: John Gait.   Canadian Pacific Hotels and  Resorts Chateau Lake Louise. Mountain Resort Hotel  requires cooking staff (for  high volume production) lor  year round employment.  Chef de Partle: Must possess journeyman's red seal  certificate 3-4 yrs experience. First cook musl possess certificate of formal  training (minimum 2 yr program) with 2-3 yrs industry  experience. Positions start  Irom May 15/88 subsidized  meals and shared accommodation for singles. Applicants must be at least 18 yrs  ol age. Apply to Personnel  Manager, Chateau Lake  Louise, Alberta. TOL 1EO.  (403)522:3635J   HELP WANTED  Journey Person Glazier  Working Foreman experienced In table work and  outside Installations. Polar  Industries (1987) Ltd.,  Whitehorse, Yukon. Contact  G.E. Moore 1-403-667-7343.  Overseas Positions. Hundreds ot top paying positions.  Attractive benefits. All occupations. Free details. Overseas Employment Services,  Dept. CA, Box 460, Mount  Royal, Quebec. H3P 3C7.  Rich & Famous! Multi-Million Dollar International  Firm seeks 2 representatives  in your area that seek Incomes of up to $800 - $1,600  + weekly. No direct selling  involved, daily repeat business, set your own hours.  Training provided. For confidential interview call 9 lo 5  (416)756-2111 or (416)756-  7796.   PETS AND LIVESTOCK  Looking For A Horse? We'll  find it for you. Only $10. Got  one for sale? We've got  buyersl Ph: (403)237-5944 or  write "Dobbin", 300-444 -  5th Ave., S.W., Calgary,  Alta. T2P 2T8. We guaran-  tee resultsl   For Sale: Pure Bred Here-  fords. 30 cow/calf pairs.  Calves 4 mon. old, and 25  replacement heifers. Phone  Quesnel 992-2294 Canyon  Valley Ranch.   SERVICES   "ICBC Offered me $3,500.  Carey Linde got me  $194,000", G.N. - Abbots-  lord. Vancouver lawyer Carey Linde (since 1972) has  Free Information. Phone 1-  684-7798. Second Opinions  Gladly Given.   ICBC Injury Claims? Call  Dale Carr-Harris - 20 years a  trial lawyer with live years  medical school before law. 0-  669-4922 (Vancouver). Experienced in head injury and  other major claims. Percentage Jeesayallable.   If3 )  Cleaning, gardening, janitorial,  res/comm.,   grass,   windows,  gutters, split wood. 886-3580.  TFN  Exp. framing crew available, air  equip. 886-7830. TFN  Drywall crew available,  reasonable rates. 886-7223.  TFN  Electrical contractor wants work.  Call Tom 886-3344 or 886-3364.  TFN  TREE TOPPING  Danger tree removal, limbing &  falling, free est., fully msur Jeff  Collins 886-8225. #14  ��.FREELANCE����  TYPING SERVICE  Quick, Efficient &  Affordable  Call Nivea Zimmerman  886-8175  Man with brushculter for spring  clean-up and lot clearing. Call  886-8244. #14  Carpenter lor home renovations,  remodelling & odd jobs. Brad  Benson 886-2558. #14  yard cleanup, hauling & moving,  light & heavy, very reasonable.  886-3452. #15  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD.  Topping - Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal,   Insured,  Guaranleed  Work, Free estimates. 885-2109.  TFN  Cottage Cleaning  FASTiduous personalized cleaning. No job loo big or small. Call  Agnes 885-5073. #15  Garden work, reas. rales, disc.  senrs.. Rbts. Ck. pret 885-5519  or 885-2060. #15  It.  L��S*I  Bookkeeping and Typing  Reasonable rates, confidential.  efficient, 885-5840. #15  South Co.ist  Ford,     i  1977 GMC VAN  V8, Automatic.  Tradesman Special  $1995  \_  Wharf Rd., Sschslt  DL 5936 M5-3M1/  Will babysit in my home Rbts. Ck.  area. 886-8567. #14  Loving mom will give day care in  my home weekdays. Full lime  please. Refs. 886-2638.      #15  Limousine ��� Lincoln Continental,  1978 white stretched Lincoln,  AM/FM cassette, colour TV, partition, sunroof, 90,000 miles,  $19,000. Call Garry 886-2884.  #14  Province al British Columbia  'NAME ACT* (Seclion 5(1)1  Notice ol Applicalion lor  Change ol Name  Notice is hereby given lhal an applicalion wilt be made lo Ihe Director ot Vital Statistics toi a change ot  name, pursuant lo Ihe piovisions ot  the 'Name Acl' by me, Marlene  Rose Danrolh ol King Road, R.R, 4.  Gibsons, BC. VON IVO as follows:  To change my name trom Marlene  Rose Danrolh to Marlene Rose  Lupkoski.  Dated this 23rd day ol March. A.D.  1988  Marlene Rose Danrolh  Provlnct ol  Brtllih Columbli  Ministry ol  Transportation  and Highways  HIGHWAYS-TENDERS  MACKENZIE ELECTORAL DISTRICT  Projeel No M-.1H/U 0001  Crushed Granular Aggregate m Stockpile: Texada Island  Yard #1225 Savary island Slock Site *1?20A Gibsons Highway District.  ,' :i|]() m1 :'*i mm High Fines Surlacing In Texada Island Yard.  i 'i00 m1 25 mm High Fines Surlacing and 1.S0O m175 mm Select Sub Base at Savary  island Site  A Pit preview will be held on April 12,1988 by arrangement wilh Paul Mathura, Road  Foreman ��� Gibsons. 4B5-2423  Documenlaiion is available lor the sum ol $15 00 and also available Irom ihe Gibsons  Highway District Ollice  Tender opening dale Tuesday. April 19, 1968 (File: T2-01-65)  Pioiect No  M-4B70-0002  Crushed Granular Aggregate In stockpile al Padgett Pit  I1235B (10,000 m' it 19 mm High Fines Surlacing) and Ruby Lake Pit f 1267A(10,0O0  m1 x 19 mm High Fines Surlacing) in the Gibsons Highway District.  A pit preview will be held on Wednesday, April 13, 1980 by arranqemenl with Bart  Duteau. Dislricl Technician (phone B86-2294) In Gibsons  Documenlaiion Is available lor the sum ot (15.00 and also available al the Gibsons  District Ollice.  Tender opening dale. Wednesday, April 20.1988 (File 12-01-65)  Piojh.i No. M-4B70-0003 Crushed Granular Aggregate in Stockpile at North Road Pit  f 1290B (10.000 m' x 19 mm High Fines Surlacing and 10,000 m' x 75 mm Soled  Granular Sub-Base) in ine Gibsons Highway District  A pn preview will be held on Wednesday, April 13, 1988 by arrangement with Bart  Duteau, Dislricl Technician, (phone: 886-2294) In Gibsons.  Documentation is available tor the sum ot lib 00 and also available al the Gibsons  District Ollice  Tender opening dale Thursday. April 21, 1988 (File: 12-01-65)  Sealed Tenders, completed in accordance wilh ihe Instructions to Bidders on the lorms  and In the envelopes provided, will be received by the Mmisiry ol Transportation and  Highways al 940 Blanshard Street, 4th Floor, Victoria, B.C. VBW 3E6, unless othrrwise  specified up lo 2 pm (local Victoria time) on the day ol Ihe tender opening, al which  time lenders will be opened In public.  Tenders musl be accompanied by a Surely Bid Bond or Certihed Deposit Cheque unless  otherwise staled above.  The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted  Tender lorms with envelopes, plans, specifications, and conditions ol lender can be obtained Irom the Ministry ol Transportation and Highways, 940 Blanshard Slreet. Victoria. B C V8W 3E6 (telephone 387-1411), and tor the convenience of lower mainland  Contractors only, Irom 7818 6th Slreel, Burnaby, B.C. V3N 4N8 (telephone 660-8260).  unless otherwise specified between the hours of 8:30 am and 4:30 pm Monday lo Friday except holidays  The Ministry "General Specifications lor Highway Construclion," lo wblcb the consiruction ol this contract shall conform, are also available lor the sum ot $40.00  Payment, as and when required, for project documenlaiion and Ministry "General  Specifications lor Highway Consiruction" can be made ihrough any Highways District  Ottice  Cheques or money orders shall be made payable lo Ihe Minisler of Finance and Cor'  porate Relations No Such purchases are relundable.  R.D. Flltton  Deputy Minister  Province ol Ministry of  British Columbia Transportation  and Highways  NOTICE OF INTENT  GIBSONS HIGHWAY DISTRICT  Notice is given, pursuant to Seclion 9(4) ol the Highway Act, lhal  the Ministry has received an applicalion lo discontinue and close  a portion ol road allowance in Ihe Roberts Creek area adlacenl lo  Lol 10, Plan 5157, D.L. 810, Group I, N.W.D.  And lhal such closed road allowance be vested, pursuant lo Seclion 9(2||c) ol Ihe Highway Acl  D.L.  810 \ .   ��� ,  x    'D.L.   809  Beech   Avenue  / ���  ���        / "  \               / *  ^s.               1   c  1  2  s    ^  plan ����5137  f-4  -i��Sjr  J        ^Rood tabs cloud/  o��ort,y 0ll2h��     /     /  ' /       (Slroil  A plan showing the proposed road closure may be viewed ai the  Gibsons Dislricl Highways Ollice, 1610 Seamount Way Sea-  mount Industrial Park, Gibsons, B.C. during office hours Anv  person having objection to this application tor road closure should  do so in writing not later than April 29,1988. Bluff residents  deny 'bullying'  Coast News, April 4,1968  19.  by Ken Collins  $  Emma (left) and Kmilie (right) met at Sunday's Easier Egg Hunt in  Gibsons. They agreed (o team up on their adventures.  ���Penny Fuller pholo  Premier's initiative   ^^^^  Foster parents still sought  'Furious' is how Georgia  Bluff resident Col. Doug  Dickson described his own reaction to being depicted as part of  a 'mob' that 'bullied' Gibsons  Council in a recent article by  local reporter Jim McDowell.  Dickson, retired from the  Canadian Armed Forces and  past Legion Branch 109 president, is certain McDowell was  never even at the meeting he  reported on.  "First of all I find il absolutely appalling that he wasn't present at [he meeting, and secondly lhal he would place his own  interpretation on something of  this nature. These were not  bullies but sensible formal individuals."  Some of the individuals comprising the 'mob' included Dr.  and Mrs. Woodsworth, Dr. and  Mrs. Inglis, Mr. and Mrs.  Willis, and Mr. and Mrs. Harrison.  Dickson also said statements  made by him were quoted accurately but taken out of context.  "I said that one item that  Lorraine Goddard had dealt  with was 'atrocious nitpicking',  by Penny Fuller  A month ago, the provincial  governmenl began a massive  publicity and recruitment campaign in response lo the growing  need in British Columbia for  foster homes. Here, on ihe Sunshine Coasl there was a meeling  of community organizations  held and information booths set  up in Trail Bay and Sunnycrest  malls by the Foster Parenls  Associalion in addition to the  provincowidc publicity.  So far, ihe campaign has  yielded ten people requesting  further inlormalion. Oul of  Ihese, on the average, Ihere will  likely be one more approved  foster home for the area, according lo Theresc Lgan who  handles Cosier placements and  adoptions in this area.  At presenl Ihere are 12 active  approved foster parenls in the  Sechell Dislricl (covering an  area from Earls Cove lo Port  Mellon). Bul 12 more homes are  needed. The reason, Egan explained lo ihe Coasl News lasl  week, is that in order for foster  parenting lo work at its besl, it  is necessary to match children  with compatible foster homes.  If Ihere isn't a selection of  homes available, compatibility  becomes irrelevant and the  children are placed where there  is space.  A new aspect lo being a foster  parent has been Introduced.  Workshops and ongoing training are now available lo help  foster parenls learn lo deal wilh  a wide variety of issues thai  mighl arise, such as balancing  Ihe needs of Iheir own children  wilh Ihose of foster children,  are selling guidelines and rules  around drugs and alcohol.  Egan stresses lhal many of  these  children   are   in   foster  homes only on a temporary  basis, while ihe natural lamily  handles some problem, and the  aim is lo try lo keep families  logelher as often as possible.  Oul of 400 reports to the  local office of Social Services  and Housing in 1987, only 37  children were laken inlo care.  A less publicized service is  sponsored by ihe ministry to  help families before the problems gel so serious thai a child,  or children need to be removed  and placed in care.  The ministry contracts with  the Sunshine Coasl Community  Services Sociely lo send child  care workers inlo homes where  children and parents have asked  lor help. Last year, five child  care workers spent over 1400  hours working with 19 families  on the Sunshine Coast.  Chris Denley, the program's  director, said in an interview  lhal many of these families were  able to resolve conflicts in a way  lhat kept the children with their  parenls.  On a local level, the cost of  this support service was only  $21,239 in 1987, while the cost  of keeping children in foster  homes was over $60,000.  Provincially, these family  support services brought in a  bill in Ihe 1986-87 fiscal year of  $6,730,131 while foster care expenditures for the same lime  period were $25,162,035.  Peace Committee meets  On Monday, April II, at7:30  pm in the Roberls Creek School  library, the Sunshine' Coasl  Peace Committee and Continuing Education will co-sponsor  another in a series of videos  produced by Projeel  Ploughshares entitled "Seeking  Alternatives." Due to unexpected circumstances the video  planned for March was postponed and will be presented at  ihe April meeling.  Michael Pentz, British scientist and peace activist, discusses  "Nukc-lhink," our failure lo  recognize that nuclear weapons  are nol really weapons al all,  and lhal many unilateral disarmament measures could be  laken wilhoul reducing our own  security, The peace movement  can play a role in the process.  Discussion and refreshments  follow. All are welcome.  University Women meet  The University Women's  Club of Ihe Sunshine Coasl will  be holding ils monthly meeling  at Camp Olave in Roberls  Creek, al 11:30, on April 13.  Distinguished local people will  form a panel to discuss facets of  Government: Peggy Connor of  Ihe Regional Dislricl; Lilian  Kunstler, Aldcrwoman from  Gibsons; and Mayor Koch from  ihe municipality of Sechell.  They will explain the func  tions of various levels of  government, and how each  interrelated with school boards  and provincial and federal  governments. Following the  talks, there will be a discussion  period.  Jo Fraser, President of Ihe  local branch of Ihe Canadian  Federation of University  Women will chair the meeting.  Prospective members are cordially invited to join us. 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But how is it possible for a  reporter to report on a meeting  that he did not attend?  The Coast News inquired at  Gibsons's Municipal Hall and  found out that even though  McDowell reported in his article  that 'No minutes were taken',  clerk/administrator, Lorraine  Goddard had recorded the proceedings on tape and McDowell  had been in her office and had  taken notes from the tape.  "It is a courtesy we extend to  any reporter," said Goddard  and added that at least one  reporter in the past had relied  on it instead of attending  meetings and had been cut off.  As far as the meeting went,  she stated that to her it had been  intimidating to have such a  large and single-minded crowd  in the gallery.  Did Alderman Norm Peterson call the bluff residents a  mob? "I wouldn't call it a mob  but it was a feisty bunch," said  Peterson.  "Did you say it was a mob?"  asked the Coast News.  "I don't think I characterized  them as a mob but 1 couldn't  say for sure," said Peterson. 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