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Array Federal Fisheries Minisler Tom Siddon heard submissions from local fishermen lasl Tuesday on recent  restrictions broughl in by his departmenl. ���Penny Fuller phuio  Chinook restrictions  Minister stands  firm on changes  Federal Fisheries Minisler  Tom Siddon stood firm lasl  week on the new restrictions  which his department has introduced to address Ihe problem  of depicting slocks of chinook  salmon. In a meeting held al the  Indian Band Hall lasl Tuesday,  Siddon heard submissions Irom  both commercial and sports  fishermen who felt thai the  measures would either be ineffective or severely hurl iheir  livelihoods,  Flanked by a panel of whal  lie called "the lop scientific  minds in the world", Siddon  lold the packed hall thai  chinook slocks had depleted to  a "dangerous level" and radical  measures are necessary to ensure lhal they do not die out.  These measures include  reducing the allowable calh in  all sectors by approximately 20  percent, fagging of all chinooks  caughl so lhal fisheries can keep  track  of them  and  increased  funding for enhancement programs.  Using any one of the  measures alone would nol bring  the slocks back sufficiently, he  said.  1 he Georgia Strait has been  targetted for all these strategics,  and possibly more. The reason  for thai was explained by  Regional Manager Paul Sprout.  He pointed lo ihree major  spawning aieas for the chinook:  the Squamish, Cowichan and  Nanaimo rivers. Unlike Iheir  northern cousins, these chinook  lend lo slav in the Strait ol  Georgia all year round, making  iheir chances of avoiding being  caught much slimmer.  Bill bolh commercial and  sporls fishermen pointed to  olher major causes for the  stock's depletion, Repeatedly,  members of the audience cited  the declining herring slocks as a  major disruption In the food-  :hain  which  is  affecting ihe  chinooks' numbers.  Repeatedly, Siddon told itfie  speakers lhal his experts hjve  lold him lhal Ihereisnocorrpa-  lion between ihe iwo. His cujim  thai the herring stocks are back  up to the levels of the early sixties broughl a rumble \of  disagreement from the audience.  Another complaint by |the  speakers, affirmed by those in  attendance by iheir murmur��of  agreement, was the overabundance of seals and sea lions  in the area.  Siddon Iried lo sound sympathetic, saying he could  understand the frustration of  having a salmon on ihe hook  which was laken by a seal, but  again said lhal Ihe experts  whom he has repeatedly questioned over the last two years  aboul the seal issue have riot  made a sirong recommendation  io initiate a cull,  Please lurn lo page 13  m  The Sunshine  Published on the Sunshine Coast        25* per copy on news stands      March 28,1988       Volume 42       Issue 13  SCRD hears  Timber harvest concerns  An entire day of dancing and a polluck supper was enjoyed Saturday by the Elphinstone Scottish Country Dane rs. Guest instructor Ms Liz Johnstone conducted their spring workshop at Gibsons United  Church. -Ken Collins pholo  Al Ihe March 23 meeling ol  ihe Forestry Advisory Committee, committee members once  more expressed concern aboul  Ihe provincial government's  decision lo increase the amount  of limber harvest for small logging companies by 50 per cent.  The local forestry office had'  reported lo ihe committee lasl  year thai in orderlo have a susj  tainable harvest in this area, the  allowable cut would have lo be  reduced drastically, perhaps as  much as 50 per cent. The committee senl a letter to the  Minisler of Forests and lands  shortly afler Ihe announcement  of ihe increase, expressing iheir  concern.  On March 24, the Sunshine  Coasl Regional Dislricl (SCRD)  board received a reply from  Minister Dave Parker, thanking  them for iheir support of his  "ministry's plan lo manage the  Small Business Foresl Enterprise Program (SBFEP) in Ihe  Mi. Elphinstone management  unil."  There was some confusion  aboul   ihe   minister's   Idler.  In both communities  Buchan sees boom  I "We are in a renaissance," is  how municipal planner Rob  Puchan described ihe economic  resurgence felt along the entire  Sunshine Coast to the Coast  News lasl Friday.  ��� Buchan, employed by bolh  Gibsons and Sechell says thai  bolh communities are seeing a  turnaround in the economy and  a lol of il may be due to ihe  Porl Mellon expansion. Because  of the size of financing required, mosl developers have to  deal with banking offices in  Vancouver and the recent announcement of Porl Mellon expanding may have led to a  renewed confidence in investing  on the coasl.  "1 think it has had a dramatic  effect," said Buchan. "The  thing thai has held this area  back so long is the negativity. I  think we have turned the corner."  Buchan pointed out lhat last  week's Gibsons Planning  meeting had a full agenda of  development applications dealing with everything from Ihe  Alternative building supply  needing to expand,to Urban  Design Group architects from  North Vancouver presenting a  full colour drawing of a new  food store.  Buchan also feels Gibsons  may find itself temporarily  shorl of Mold space. He  pointed oul lhal even though  ihe Cedars Plaza would be convening to a 48 unil motel and  the Rilz was planning on expanding Canfor was already siar-  ling io book space for anticipated professionals needed  for their expansion.  "And lasl year was a bumper  crop for tourists," he said.  "And tourism is no longer only  a summer affair."  Ferry rates up  B.C. Ferries has announced an increase in ferry rales as of  April I, 1988. Rales on the Sunshine Coasl will be raised to  $21.00 for car and driver per round Irip. Passenger fares will  remain the same.  Saving time  Daylight saving time in British Columbia will begin this  year on the firsl Sunday of April and end on ihe lasl Sunday  of October, Provincial Secretary Elwood Veitch announced  today.  The minister said a cabinet order-in-council has sel April 3,  2 am, as the time to move ahead one hour in B.C. and October 30, at 2 am, as the time to go back an hour.  Easter Bunny  The Easier Bunny will scatter his eggs in Holland Park on  Easier Sunday, April 3, and families arc invited lo enjoy Ihe  many festivities of an Easter Egg Hum from 11 am unlil 3  pm.  Lots of events are planned. For more information please  call Sherry al Ihe Chamber of Commerce office, 886-2325.  In 1986 Sechelt had seven  subdivision applications. Mosl  were dividing small parcels.  Lasl year ihere were 30 applications totalling 150 lois bul ihis  year already there have been 12  applications and ihe subdivisions are gelling larger.  "There was one for 24 lots  lasl week and jusi this morning  anolher came in for 25," said  Buchan. "There is also Ihe  rezoning application foi a 66  unit relircmcnl village."  Could we become a bedroom  community for the lower  Mainland? "Equate driving  lime with ferry lime, draw a  grid of 20 mile concentric circles  around Vancouver, and look at  olher land available in lhal  grid," said Buchan pointing oul  the population expansion into  Ihe Fraser Valley and down lo  Ihe US border.  "I ihink lhal is why we have  been placed in the economic  region of zone II," he said.  Bul any growth won'I be  wilhoul its growing pains.  Buchan foresees adequate parking may be a future concern as  well as an increased need for  policing over the entire coasl.  "When people visit Ihe coasl  for whatever reason," he said,  "they do nol stay in one place."  Chairman Peggy Connor asked  Ihe SCRD represenlalive on the  Forestry Advisory Committee,  Jim Gurney, "Do we agree with  il? Thought we didn't."  Gurrle) explained the committee's concern aboul ihe increased culling allowance and  vveni on lo point out that in let-  ters io ihe minister, Ihe committee may have specified lhal logging of Mount Elphinstone is of  specific concern.  In ihe Idler, the Minisler  wrole, "Mi. Elphinstone unit  will noi be affected by the expected increase for the  SBFEP."  The Small Business program  is designed lo prevenl the major  logging companies from  monopolizing BC's foresl  resource. In order to qualify for  Ihe program, a company, ils  owners or pari owners, cannot  have an inlercsl in a company  lhal harvests over 10,000 cubic  metres of limber a year. For a  $1(X) per year fee, these small  companies are guaranleed access to a certain amounl of  timber, which ihey bid on.  Unlike the arrangcmenl wilh  Ihe larger logging companies,  participants in the SBFEP are  only responsible for the actual  harvesting of Ihe limber. The  Forest Service provides access io  the timber, lays oul the area,  and does Ihe clean up and  reforestation afterwards.  Bui efforts by ihe local forest  service officers lo find and identify limber stands for Ihe program for ihe nexl twenty years  Please turn to page 11  Opinion  Our libraries  by John Biirnsiilc  Il imi) he useful In give some figures from the 1986  linhlieiilion (Ihe blest available) nf British Columbia Public  libraries Statistics published by the Libraries Services  Brunch. YYc do so In inform the debate aboul library support  and perhaps poinl a possible and equitable nay ahead.  I lie significant figure we suggest is the provincial average  per capita grant for libraries throughout the province. It is  $9.23 per capita according lo Ihe 1986 report.  Neighbouring comiminilics are supported in the following  amounts: Bowen Island Sv.78. all from Ihe regional district;  Powell River $8.40 per capita. $130,000 from Ihe municipality, $30,000 Irom Ihe regional dislrict; Squamish $9.41 per  capita all from Ihe municipality.  In Sechell. the per capita grant In Ihe library was $1.04 in  1986; in Gibsons il was $1.92. Bolh municipalities provide  olher help bul il is obvious lhal we are woefully behind in this  urea.  Gibsons has decided In supply $8,000 Ihis year which will  provide a per capita gram of $3.07. Sechell has yet lo decide.  Ihe provincial average should surely he a target. It would  see Gibsons providing a grant of $24,000 to its library. To  reach the 1986 provincial average Scchcll's grani would have  In he approximately $44,000.  Further Ihe regional hoard has nol done ils share. The approximately 1200 people in Area II utilize Ihe Sechelt Library  and as a minimum the SCKI) should match Ihe per capita  grain of Ihe iminicipalil> for Ihose 1200.  Hie Gibsons Library services all of Areas K and F and  Ihere are al leasl as many people in Ihe regional areas as in the  municipality so Ihe SCKI) should contribute at least matching  funds lo the Gibsons Library. This should he done through  Ihe Wesl Howe Sound Recreation Commission.  If the municipalities were providing funds al the 1986 provincial average Sechell would have a library grant of $44,000  from Ihe district municipality and a further $11,000 from the  SCKI) for the Halfmoon Bay residents. Gibsons would grant  $24,000 and another $30,000 would come from the SCRD for  Areas E and K.  Obviously we have a long way to go, but Ihe provincial  average should he our target. Neither is this a matler of  blame. Ihe library boards have been perhaps loo timid in  making their case and Ihe elected officials pre-oeeupied  elsewhere. The situation is disgraceful nonetheless and must  be rectified.  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945  i Coast News. Match 28,1988  Comment  Dilemma of  chinook stocks  In the battle over quotas and blame laying, ihe endangered chinook salmon is liable to be losl sigh! of and  possibly losl. Ii will do no good for the commercial  fishermen lo blame sports fishing, nor ihe sporlsfishernian  io blame the commercial, nor for cither to blame the seals.  Instead of wrangling over who is lo blame for the  declining stocks and even less positive wrangling over who  is io get the major share of those declining slocks,  something positive must be done.  From this perspective, that something positive musl firsl  of all be enhancement of the chinook environment, Il is  said lhal 75 per cent of salmon mortality lakes place in Ihe  fry stage before the fish ever get lo the sea lo be fought  over by their various predators,  As ihe venerable Mr. Fredericksen of Saltery Bay,  recently a visitor to the Pender Wildlife Club with the film  made about him, The Man Who Digs For Fish, proved  years ago, a good portion of lhal enormous percentage  never gels to river water bul is bound in gravel by changing  stream courses.  With a sensible and intelligent enhancement program  there can yel be enough wild chinooks for all.  Secondly, the herring roe fishery musl be looked ul  critically. For a very specialized market which possibly  could be served by kelp-raised herring roe and for a few  people who make enormous sums of money in a very short  lime, we wage war on the principle food fish of the ocean's  food chain.  Firsl enhance the Chinook's environmental beginnings  which can be done al modest cost, ihen take measures lo  sec the sea alive with herring for salmon and seal alike, and  ihen discuss how to share Ihe bounty.  We musl, in short, to be effective look lo the overall picture and long term solutions not for scapegoats nor selfish  gain.  5 YEARS AGO  About 60 people met in the library of the Roberts Creek  School lasl Tuesday to form the Sunshine Coast Peace  Committee. They ranged in age Irom early twenties to  mid-seventies.  Representatives of Inter-city Gas Corporation made a  presentation at last week's meeting of the Sunshine  Coast Regional District to rebut charges previously made  lhal IGC's propane lanks at Roberts Creek are unsafe.  Speaking on behalf of the company, vice-president  Bullen told the board that the company is so convinced  that the present site is safe, it is willing to spend $50,000  to beautify and landscape the area ar;d allow public access to a pier at the seaward end for tourists and wharl  fishermen.  10 YEARS AGO  The ferry service experienced some difficulties in the  lirst major holiday weekend of the year. An overflow  situation was reported on the first ferry out of Horseshoe  Bay on Friday morning but the major difficulty was experienced by those travellers going to Powell River.  15 YEARS AGO  The provincial government has purchased the town of  Ocean Falls for $1 million and will reactivate the  newsprint mill as soon as possible.  When discussing a subdivision bylaw al Sechelt council last week, the village clerk observed "soon land will  cost more than the home to be built on it."  20 YEARS AGO  Gibsons municipal council has proclaimed next week  as Cleanup and Paintup week. Under the signature of  Fred Feeney the proclamation asks residents of the  village to clear unsightly objects from their property and  to clean up and paint up generally.  25 YEARS AGO  Kenny Pennysaver announces "We have a new name  for our store: Ken's Lucky Dollar Store. We invite you to  participate in our three day opening sale".  30 YEARS AGO  A flowery promenade, winding around Sechelt's waterfront, is in future plans of the village commission, chairman Christine Johnstone said in a recent interview. The  commission is unanimous in its decision to make the  village a beauty spot on the highway for both tourists and  those who live here.  35 YEARS AGO  Celia Flumerlelt. Ihen editor in chiel of the Elphinslone  :sludenl newspaper, slarled her editorial Ihis week:  "There are more and more young men and women  graduating Irom high schools every year, and more and  more young people in our juvenile courts. In the face of  this, we wonder what is the matter with our educational  system. Could it be we are putting too much stress on  non-essentials, instead ol fitting the young people for  positions they will eventually take?  The Sunshine  liif  Published by GLASSFORD PRESS LTD.  Editorial    Penny Fuller      Ken Collins  Advertising  Fran Burnside  John Gilbert  Lit Tarnbochla  Production  Jan Schuks  Bev Cranslon  Bonnie McHeffcy  Mary Connor  The Sunshine COAST NEWS is a locally owned newspaper, published on the Sunshine Coast, B.C. every Monday by Qlasslord Pint  Ltd., Box 460, Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0. Gibsons Tel. 886-2622 or  886-7817; Sechelt Tel. 885-3930. Second Class Mail Registration No.  4702.  The Sunshine COAST NEWS is protected by copyright and reproduction of any part of It by any means is prohibited unless permission In  writing Is first secured from Qlasslord Press Ltd., holders of the  .copyright. SUBSCRIPTION RATES  Canada: I year $36; 6 months 120; Foreign; I year $40  ready to beat overwhelming  0dd5, you say? willing 10  take on m impossible task?  looking for ^venture?  something challenging ?  feeling brwe,even suicidal/?/  WHY, I THINK. VE GOT THE  PERFECT JOB FOR YOU//  Now it can be told  The lollowing slory goes  back lour or possibly livr; years.  Maybe more. The protagonist  in the lale has the right, Lord  knows, to correct me if 1  underestimate Ihe enormity of  my behaviour.  The protagonist is the good  guy in a slory, for those with liltle luste for literary terms.  In any case, and subject to  correction, on a Saturday morning in Ihe Coasl News office  some four or five years ago, 1  found myself in an expansive,  outgoing and friendly mood,  rare for a newspaper office a  das before production',  The respccled and much-  loved teacher of music, Jessie  Morrison ihen resident in Gibsons, now in Sechell, came in lo  place a classified ad. I wenl lo  help al the counter because il  was very busy.  In the course of laking the  classified Jessie and I gol talking aboul poetry for some  reason, and she confided thai  her very favourite poem was  The Songs of Hiawatha by  Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.  "I'll tell you whal, Jessie,"  said the expansive and well-  meaning Burnside, "you bring  in the book and I'll record il for  you on lape. I like reading  poclry aloud. Il would be a  pleasure."  "Are you sure?" said Jessie.  "Sure 1 will," said I.  And so il was, some four or  live years ago, lhal Jessie'  broughl lo ihe office her  treasured volume of Longfellow  and left il ill my keeping.  I had, of course, forgotten  just how long a poem il was lhal  I had offered lo record. One  hundred and fifty pages long. Ii  was a mountain I had  volunteered lo climb.  I made many false starts, losl  Ihe lapes of several beginnings;  slims as alderman and regional  director intervened and many  much less worthy rationalizations.  But the lime wenl by and  Jessie neither got her favourite  poem taped nor her beloved  volume back.  Time wenl inexorably by and  ii grew lo be that I cringed every  lime I saw Jessie, cringed wilh  guilt. I didn'l actually gel to Ihe  slage where I ducked inlo alleys  lo avoid her bul 1 came close.  Jessie, of course, was Ihe soul  of grace and patience. True her  skepticism grew, understandably I'm sure you will agree,  bul never did she berate. The  more gracious, patient and  sweel was she, ihe more  hangdog, guiltriddcn was I.  The lasl lime I saw her was  lasl month. I was enjoying a  business lunch in ihe Pebbles  Reslauranl in Sechell when  Jessie came by the table. For  one wild moment I considered  diving underneath the table bul  beller sense prevailed.  I met her eye quite bravely I  though!, while my body willed  inlo a hideous cringe.  She paused by ihe table and  kindly said:  "John, jusi give me ihe book  back."  "No Jessie, no," I declared  wildly, while my companions  looked al me in wonderment,  wondering what dark secrel was  being revealed here.  "No Jessie, I'm going lo do  it, honest I am."  "We'll see," she said, and  her patient skepticism was more  wounding lhan any lirade she  could have uttered.  Of course I could nol write  this dreadful lale if I hadn't  finally summoned all my  resources and my residual  decency and laped the poem -all  150 pages of It,  And what's more, once I gol  over the hump of starling I enjoyed doing it, I hadn't read the  piece in 35 years and had  forgotten not merely how long  il was, but how good.  By the time you read this ihe  lapes and the beloved book will  have been relumed lo the pa-  licnl lady they belong lo.  And, Jessie, il was afler all, a  pleasure. Enjoy.  A first-hand look  Wild Swans at Coole  Dedicated to Phil Sheridan  The trees are in their autumn beauty.  The woodland paths are dry.  Under the October twilight the water  Mirrors a still sky;  Upon the brimming water among the stones  Are nine and fifty swans.  The nineteenth Autumn has come upon me  Since I first made my count;  I saw, before I had well finished,  All suddenly mount  And scatter, wheeling, in great broken rings  Upon their clamorous wings.  I have looked upon those brilliant creatures.  And now my heart is sore.  All's changed since I, hearing at twilight.  The first time on this shore,  The bell-beat of their wings above my head.  Trod with a lighter tread.  Unwearied still, lover by lover.  They paddle in the cold.  Companionable streams or climb the air;  Their hearts have not grown old;  Passion or conquest, wander where they will,  Attend upon them still.  But now they drift on the still water  Mysterious, beautiful;  Among what rushes will they build.  By what lake's edge or pool  Delight men's eyes, when I awake some day  To find ihey have flown away?  William Butler Yeats  A visit to a fish processing plant  by Ken Collins  ll was 7:30 in the morning  one week ago loday when this  reporter found himself on a  wharf in Porpoise Bay watching  several thousand pounds of  large sea-grown rainbow Iroul  being pumped live ihrough a six  or eight inch hose from the  specially designed packer Trans  Aqu into large plastic toles of  near Ircezing water.  The occasion was a special invitation by Sechelt Processing  manager Ron Shelrud for Ihe  Coast News lo see first hand the  operalion of Iheir plant.  Only a few hours earlier these  brilliantly coloured fish cascading down the trough had been in  a local fish farm pen and in  anolher 36 hours mighl be  found on a dining plate as far  away as New York Cily.  "We lake as much care as  possible," explained my host.  He wenl on to explain excessive  stress during slaughtering could  change the taste and texture of a  fish the way it does with other  farm animals. This is one of the  reasons the water containing the  fish is kept as close as possible  lo freezing. Airstones attached  io lanks of carbon dioxide conlrol the waier temperature,  The tote is full and laken by  fork lift up lo the processing  planl a few hundred feci away.  Anolher tole is pul in ils place.  Silhouettes of round fal fish can  be briefly seen ihrough Ihe  translucent hose before the  Aqua Vac, a large shiny contraption predominant on deck,  throbs back inlo aclion. A few  minutes later anolher tote is  full.  The fish have been iransport-  ed in flooded holds on a specially designed vessel named Trans  Aqu . Skipper Rob Corlett has  been a commercial fisherman  for 15 years.  "We have been in service  since last July," said Corlett.  He would not give a dollar  figure as lo the investment in  the specialized vessel, but did indicate thai it was considerable  and they were still undergoing  constant experimentation to  provide a belter service.  II soon became obvious these  fish were destined for something better than a can. On a 38  foot West Coast l roller the fish  are hooked in the mouth and  then gaffed through the head  before being deftly flipped on  deck. They seldom come in ones  and Iwos so ihey lend lo pile up.  Two men work side by side in a  narrow cockpit al the rear of the  boal. Each man works his own  side running Ihree stainless steel  lines each of which can contain  six leaders, flashers and hooks.  If Ihe fish are biting you  don't slop lo clean and if you  are day fishing you don'l bother  with ice. Fish that arc iced may  stay in the hold up lo ten days.  In contrast the farm fish gel  pampered on iheir way to the  table. First the squirming fish is  lifted from the tote by one person and handed lo a second  whose job is lo give a single cul  through the gills with a short  three inch knife. On Ihis particular day the planl manager  himself stood by ensuring thai  there was a good reserve of  sharp knives.  "You are less likely to have  an accident with a sharp knife,"  he pointed out.  On a troller, if a fish is squirming, Ihe rule of thumb is to  swear and callously club il over  the head. Here people would  pause for a second and gel a  better grip. There was a lot of  laughter as flapping fish splash  ed  waler or sometimes even;  flopped loose on the stainless:  steel table.  Once Ihe gills were cul the.  fish was slipped inlo another  tole of ice waler where it stayed-  unlil thoroughly bled.  Then the whole operation-  shifted to another part of the  plant where the fish were gut']  ted. The belly was carefully cut;  open and the guts removed. The:  fish had been unfed for the  previous week to reduce bac-:  leria and firm up the flesh. A:  knife was run down the insideC;  of the back and that blootf;  removed with a specially adapt-;  ed spoon attached to running  waler. It was similar to what oc-;:  curs on a troller with a couple of'  exceptions.  There were no heaving decks:;  or any olher responsibilities::  other than making the right cut";  in Ihe fish. Also on a troller the;  fish are not thoroughly bled in-:  to water. Instead they are gilled,-:  gutted, and belly iced or sometimes even just sold in the round  and packed off to a processor  uncleaned.  To be continued...  I  .UtAMSttS^tM Coast News, March 28,1988  Letters to the Editor  Spring good time for gift of sight  Editor:  Spring flowers, gram grass,  leafy trees usher in this season  Of new life. Whal a delight to  look around and enjoy all of Ihe  spring beauty. Did you know  that there are forty-two million  people in ihe Developing World  who cannol enjoy ihis glory,  and the sad thing is thirty  million are needlessly blind.  In the fall of 1987, I visited  India and Bangladesh wilh my  husband. We visited Operation  Eyesight Universal sponsored  hospitals and eye camps, where  sight-giving calaracl operali mis  were performed.  ; 1 held a happy, once-blind  Four-year-old girl, who will now  be able to return to her village  and romp and play with her  Iriends. I held the hand of a  seven-year-old boy as he received the injection in his temple in  preparation for cataract  Surgery. He was looking forward lo school and learning.  A sixty-year-old woman will  pow be able lo see her grandson  and a man is looking forward to  reluming lo work lo support his  family. There were so many  quid, bandaged patients all  awaiting the day when Ihe bandages would be removed - the  final slep in this Irip from  darkness into light.  Operation Eyesight Universal  is a registered Canadian Charily  carrying on very intensive blindness prevention programs,  working in thirteen countries of  the Developing World, bringing  light and new life io Ihe  destitute blind.  Something happened in Chit-  tagong, Bangladesh lhal I  would like lo share with your  readers. We attended a Dislricl  Meeling of Lions, Lionesses  and Leos Clubs. As the meeling  ended and we headed for Ihe exit, Ihe light wenl out.  We were feeling our way  along in the darkness when a  gentle voice said, "Take my  hand, I will lead you." A Leo  guided me safely down the aisle  and up the few steps lo the lob  by. The lights came on, he  disappeared into the crowd and  we were whisked off to our next  appointment.  Later, as I went over this  brief encounter with darkness, I  realized that this is whal Operation Eyesight is all about.  Operation Eyesight Universal,  with the help of the people of  Canada is saying lo ihe destitute  blind of ihe world - "Take our  hands, we will lead you from  darkness inlo light."  A twenty-five dollars cheque  will take one person on this  journey to new life. Will you extend a helping hand? Donations  may be sent lo Operation  Eyesighl Universal, P.O. Box  123, Stn. 'M', Calgary, Alberta,  T2P 2H6.  Ai this Easter lime, as we  remember God's greal gift of  His Son io all ihe world, may  we show our real love by helping someone for Jesus' sake  -someone who can never re! urn  ihe favour.  Happy Easier.  Elizabeth MacDonald  MORTGAGE UPDATE  Mar  25  1st  6 mo.  1 yr.  2 yr.  3yr.  4yr.  5yr.  900  9 75  10.25  1050  10.75  11.00  2nd  11.25  11.75  12.25  12.75  13.25  V.fl.M.  Professional Real Estate Service  Stan and Diane Anderson  [Oil | 885-3211 (Res.) 8B5-2385 Vancouver Toll Fret: 684-8016  Anderson Realty Ltd., Sechelt  Pastor makes objection  Editor:  In 1787 William Wilbert'orce  was beginning his twenty year  bailie in the British parliament  lo abolish Ihe slave Irade. He  also sel as a broader goal "the  reformation of manners", by  which he meant addressing the  underlying causes of all social  evils, particularly alcoholism  and child prostitution.  However, it was the slave  irade ihai became the focus of  attention. Armed with graphic  first hand accounts of the inhumane conditions on slave  ships, Wilbert'orce was nevertheless ridiculed by ihose who  denied the credibility of the  evidence and warned that abolition would destroy a trade on  which iwo thirds of the nation's  economy depended.  Wilbert'orce made no secrel  of the fad lhal his abhorrence  of Ihe slave Irade arose from  deeply held religious convictions  about Ihe value of all human  life. The response of his contemporaries has an ironically  modern ring lo it. He should  nol seek lo impose his personal  morality on others.  "Humanity," said the Earl of  Abingdon, "is a private feeling,  not a public principle lo acl  upon." Lord Melbourne  agreed, "Things have come to a  pretty pass when religion is  allowed lo invade public life."  James   Boswell,   Samuel  Johnson's biographer, penned  ihe  following  snide piece of  verse:  Go, W wilh narrow skull,  Go home and preach away al  Hull.  No longer in the Senate cackle  In strains lhal suit the tabernacle;  I hale your little willing sneer,  Your   perl   and  self-sufficienl  leer.  Mischief lo trade sils on your  lip,  Insects will gnaw  the noblest  ship;  Go, W���, begone, for shame,  Thou dwarf with big resounding  name.  Al Ihe risk of appearing to  lake   political   cartoons   100  seriously, 1 find a striking  parallel between the above and  your March 21 cartoon with ils  typical caricature of ihose mosl  publicly Identifiable by iheir sup-  porl of the rights of the most  vulnerable and defenseless  among us, as if concern for the  unborn did not logically and in  practice extend to olher suffering and oppressed members of  the human race.  J. Cameron Fraser, Pastor  Grace Reformed Prcsbylerian  Church, Sechell  SF��M��!pECiAlS*  Flotation and  Body Relaxation Session  Reg. value $25 $19"  Pedicure & Manicure  $2499  keg. value (30  SUKASHAM  net ot Cowrie & Inlet. Sechelt  Unit*x Hair, Shit  & Hralth Centre  885-281  Nurses9 training  Bdilor:  Il will probably come as a big  surprise lo mosl of us to learn  that, in British Columbia,  anyone can claim lo be a 'nurse'  without possessing professional  credentials of any kind. Further, there is no agency in this  province charged with ensuring  lhal everyone who works as a  nurse is properly qualified to do  so.  Clearly, this situation puts  sick or injured people al risk ol  improper treatment by bogus  professionals.  No doubl mosl hospitals and  other health care agencies do  credential checks before they  hire nurses bul ihere must also  Bias?  SIELIEClMayJair  WALL COVERINGS  Choose from 50 colours & patterns  IN STOCK NOW  Single Roll SO49  (Reg. price up to $20.95) ^ ZK  Limited Tim* Price %_W  All wallpaper-hanging tools and accessories in stock  PLUS 60 BOOKS of styles, colours, patterns  to choose from    Mon.-Sat- 9-5  P.VRIES vo^  DECORATINCCENTR^  886-7112 |  709, Hwy I01. Gibbons  Editor:  Your editorial of March 21,  directed our attention lo Isabel  Ralph's article on Ireland, A  Review of Irish Tragedy.  Mrs. Ralph obviously wrole  ihis article with' ihe greaiesi  sincerity, but 1 feel ii must be  pointed out lhal it contains a  number of historical and factual errors. The obvious bias  which permeates the piece is, in  fact, symptomatic of Ihe very  tragedy your editorial decries.  I agree with Mrs. Ralph thai  Ian Paisley and his ilk continue  lo fuel ihe fires of ihis situation,  bul sueh a simplistic, error-filled  version of a complex and deep-  rooted problem does liltle to encourage understanding.  Colleen Elson  More letters  on page 26  Brake  Special  89  95  Rear Drum  From the moment your North American or  import car goes up on the hoist, you'll know  it's in the qualified hands of a car care  specialist who knows brakes inside and out.  FRONT DISC  ��� resurface your brake rotors  ��� install premium quality  disc pads  ��� clean and repack front  wheel bearings  REAR DRUM  ��� resurface your brake drums  ��� install premium quality  brake shoes  or  Front Disc  1 Most Domestic Cars=  * The cost ol additional components and  labour required lo restore brake system to  ils proper operation is not included  AND  Motorcraft  REPLACEMENT PARTS  WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD  Service Loaners for Life ��� Lifetime Service Guatantee ��� Free Oil Changes tot Lite  SOOTH COAST FORD  FORD ��� LINCOIN ��� MFRCURY  be provincial legislation governing who will be allowed to practice nursing in B.C.  Heallh Minisler, Peter Du-  eek, says he will be taking steps  io amend Ihe Nurses (Registered) Act, lo require anyone  who claims lo be a nurse or who  implies thai ihey are qualified lo  practice nursing lo be registered  wilh one of the Ihree professional nurse licencing bodies in  the province.  B.C.'s regislered nurses have  been quietly lobbying governmenl for such changes for more  lhan two years. Mr. Harold  Long, M.L.A. (Mackenzie), has  also assisted the local RN's by  lobbying fellow MLA's in the  cabinet to have ihe amended acl  placed in the spring session ol  the legislature. We are pleased  lhal Mr. Dueck has listened and  we hope lhal the legislature will  now acl quickly to correct a  potentially dangerous situation.  Valerie Morrison, R.N.  F-A-N-T-A-S-T-l-C  Flowers, Shrubs, Trees  at Wholesale Prices  Wide selection of grade a-1  Container Grown Roses  only $4.95 ���,. or  3TOrs10m  6 Flowering  Shrubs  11 (orsylhia  1 photinia  1 red-twigged dogwood  1 spirea  1 hydrangea  1 japonica  s30���� Value  Our Easter Special Price  S-J500  Keep Ihe Easier spirit  all summer long  Easter Hanging  Baskets  leg. $15.95  NOWS805  WATCH FOR IT  All kinds of  Bedding Plants  Available soon at  the unheard of price ot-  '}*    basket of 6  tfP^  W  Grown Irom start righl here dt  SUNSHINE COAST  886-2796  1826 Sunshine Coasl Hwy, Gibsons  NURSERY  HONDA POWER  ,^��*!!A**"  ATTHEHEART0FEVERYH0NDA  IS A HONDA.  Take a look at any one of  Honda's Power Equipment  products. Note the impressive array of features and  die quality workmanship.  Examine die compact design, the carefully applied  paint and the neat castings.  No gimmickry here.  Now look closer. For at the heart of  every generator, tiller, lawnmower,  snowthrower, outboard, and riding  mower that Honda makes is the best  III NUAfOWII  tSTRt M lv  UURABU  Hi  argument for buying one.  A smooth running,  durable four-stroke Honda  engine that s designed to  go the distance with a  minimum of maintenance.  It's also quiet, highly fuel  efficient, and runs on  regular gasoline so you  have no oil and gas to mix. Honda Power  Equipment. The heart of the matter is  that it's quality built from the ground up.  Come on in and see for yourself.  EOUII'MfcNI FEATUW  INI IK IIN010G\ FOR  IAW I I'llUUKMANl 1  *!  E C��).'i��7.  We Service What We Sell       FULL LINE OF LAWN & GARDEN EQUIPMENT lJ.|IJITt'it=ff  We take TRADE-INS and SERVICE all small engines  You've tried the rest, now try the Besf.'= 885-4141  Wharf Rd., Sechelt DORHN BOSCH Van. Toll Free 684-0933  _______________  U8MM  Mtt^iMM^diMM  '-"������  t.   _-_._.__.__ ._.._. _.___._.__.. Coast News. March 28,1988  is in the air this Easter Week  at  SUNNYCREST  MALL  Enjoy our  Easter Specials  Sidewalk Sales  Spring Merchandise  MALL HOURS:  Easter Week  9:30 - 6  Thursday: Open 'til 9  Good Friday: CLOSED  Sunday: 11-4  Come in Saturday & visit our live  ^/      ANGORA  RABBITS  See a demonstration ol stripping,  carding & spinning Angora wool  from the rabbit to the finished yarn.  SATURDAY ONLY  April 2,12:30-3:30  --���^        --       ���Saturday only=  Angora Wool Special $795  10 gm balls Reg $9 95 ea. I   ea.  Mohair & Novelty      mnn/  Yarns 40% off  Se\��c^ patted      1/2 price all week  ==The Knit Wit====  Sunnycrest Mall. Gibsons  886-2717  Let The  Candy Shoppe  create your ^  Easter  Baskets  for the kiddies  on your list  fl  Let Green Scene help you say  886-8823  Sunnycrest Mall, Cibsons  4  let FTD help tou *ay  ;        Happy Easier. We can  _t_\  fc--      wikI thest jnd other  '     4   m  spnnyarrti: tvuqucli  9��__m  B   .          alrmw anywhere.  'mJS:-           ,usl >.alIof 7��B  JK1.''   4ft    andasbusio  jj&  ���          icnUUFTD.  *2jQ  %|   ��  W -ai  Sunnycrest Mail, Gibsons  with  Bouquets  Blooming Plants  Baskets, Bulbs  Bunnies  Balloons for Easter  Easter Gifts  Much More  The  GREEN SCENE  Flowrrs ft. Plants  886-3371  BARGAINS  Children's Runners  15  00  or  2/s25  .for  oo  Ladies' Shoes  Assorted styles & colours  in leather, man made materials  and canvas  l/l PRICE!  ^vfe,  Men's Leather Runners    son 95  Reg. to $59.95  Stinnodmet SPAoeb  armWaw^M^^B ���afJaa^g %4^ea^^^^F    fB^^^e^eW*}  ANGORA RABBITS  on display at  the KNIT WIT  for demonstration  of stripping,  carding & spinning  Saturday, April 2,  12:30 - 3:30 pm  &0&W1  Whole Wheat or Regular  Hot Cross Buns  Reg. Low Price  $2.95 doz.  vjefc*  o*��tf  5045  *��� doz.  yfe, 0|Q   on Freezer Orders  S^W  110 Loaves Bread or Equivalent)  Great Baked Goods Made Herell  "RIGHT FROM SCRATCH"  HENRY'S BAKERY & coffee shop  = Sunnycrest Mall  = 886-74411^  EVERYTHING YOU NEED IS UNDER OUR ROOF!  SUNNYCREST MALL  B & D SPORTS  CANADIAN IMPERIAL  BANK OF COMMERCE  CHICO'S CASUAL WEAR  COIN SHOP  DEE'S FINE CLEANING  GIBSONS TRAVEL  GREEN SCENE  GUSSY'S DELI ft SNACKERY  HENRY'S BAKERY  HOME HARDWARE  J'S UNISEX HAIR  JEANNIE'S GIFTS ft GEMS  KENDALL AGENCY  KNIT WIT  LEEWARD CLOTHING GROUP  LINNADINE'S SHOES  LIQUOR STORE  PARTY STOP  PHARMASAVE  RADIO SHACK  -ADVENTURE ELECTRONICS  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  SEW MUCH MORE  "a little bit city, a little bit country...the beat of both, right here in Gibsons.'  SILKS ft LACE  SUNCOAST AGENCIES  SUNNYCREST LAUNDROMAT  SUPER VALU  THE CANDY SHOPPE  TODD'S CHILDREN'S WEAR  TOYS ft HOBBIES FOR ALL AGES  WILLEE'S FAMILY RESTAURANT  OPEN 9:30-6  FRIDAY NITE 'TIL 9    SUNDAYS & HOLIDAYS 11 - 4  LOTS OF EASY PARKING  ________  ���BtaaaaaaaaaaMAM  ^^*+*^m_tm_1__*____i_t______l_^___________3u  __*_____, Coast News, March 28,1988  Lloyd Hicks on Reed Road has set up an Easier display in his front yard for Ihe lasl 10 years for the  pleasure of neighbours and friends. ���Penny Fuller pholo  Roberts    Creek  1  Association to meet  by Jeanie Parker, 88S-2163  All members of the community are urged lo attend the  Annual Meeling of Ihe Roberls  Creek Community Association  this Wednesday, March 30. All  Executive positions are open for  election and you can't always  expect somebody else lo do it.  There are also many topics  and issues of concern lo  everybody. Coming up for  discussion are the playing fields  at Cliff Gilker Park (how do  you want to see the grant money  spent?), the proposed Golf  Course land swap (come and  find out for yourself what's going on), and the ever-present  propane tanks (only vigilance  and determination will prevent  a renewal of the lease).  You must renew your  membership for 1988 in order to  retain your voting rights in the  Association. New members are  always welcome. You can gel  Miss Gibsons  Pageant '88  ENTRY FORM  .Telephone.  I  Height,  js'hi Weight Hair Colour.  _ Eye Colour-  J  j School.  I  I  _ClrnrJr_  ! hit between urc 17 and 2\ its ol August 20. 1:1811  : J  Please forward to:  Mill Gibions Pageant Committee, Box 1884, Gibsons. B.C. VON IVO  Or drop offal Chun's, Sunnycrest Mall, Cibsons.  your card al the Roberts Creek  Library or at the meeting on  Wednesday.  The meeting starts at 8 pm at  the Community Hall. See you  all there!  REGISTER NOW  Most of Ihe kids at the Rainbow Preschool are moving up  to kindergarten next year so  there are lots of vacancies for  next Fall. But there is usually a  great demand so phone Judy  Oldham at 885-3183 now to  register your child for October.  EXCITING MUSIC  Saturday, March 19, provided an exciting evening of music  at Ihe Roberts Creek Legion.  Dan Sheppard, violinist, Ken  Gustasson on steel guitar and  banjo, and Steve Elliott on fiddle and banjo came together  wilh the able assistance of  sound man Bruce Forsyth,  Davey Groom on bass, and a  couple of appearances by Kevin  Shepherd.  The Roberts Creek Legion  will be closed Good Friday,  April I, "but Nikki Weber and  Company will be there Saturday  with a variety of crowd-pleasing  selections. Members and guests  are welcome so bring your family and friends.  FRIDAY SERVICE  St. Aidan's Anglican Church  in Roberts Creek will be holding  a special service at 11 am on  Good Friday. Everybody is  welcome.  0 BCFGRRIG5  PASSENGER AND  VEHICLE FARES  EFFECTIVE FRIDAY, APRIL 1,1988  ROUTE  (one way)  Passenger vehicle and driver  Vehicle  under 6'8"  high  (underheight)  Vehicle &  trailer  (neither unit  overheight)  Vehicle  over 6'8"  high  (overheight)  Vehicle &  trailer  (either unit  overheight)  Mainland/  Vancouver Is.  $21.00  $3750  $26.25  $48.00  Saltery Bay/  Horseshoe Bay  $21.00  $3750  $26.25  $48.00  Comox/Powell River  $21.00  $3750  $26.25  $48.00  ROUTE  (return)  Vehicle  under 7'  high  (underheight)  Vehicle &  trailer  (neither unit  overheight)  Vehicle  over T  high  (overheight)  Vehicle &  trailer  (either unit  overheight)  Powell River/Texada Is.  Nanalmo/Gabriola Is.  Chemainus/Thetis/  Kuper Is.  $8.00  $14.00  $9.90  $17.80  Buckley Bay/  Denman Is.  Denman Is./Hornby Is.  $6.20  $10.90  $ 7.70  $13.90  Campbell River/  Quadra Is.  $6.50  $11.50  $ 8.10  $14.70  Quadra Is./Cortes Is.  Port McNeill/  Alert Bay  Port McNelll/Sointula  $9.30  $16.10  $11.45  $20.40  Sointula/Alert Bay  (one way)  $2.30  $ 3.85  $ 2.80  $ 4.85  ��� Passenger rates remain unchanged.  ��� Motorcycle and side car/trailer rates are in  effect on all routes.  ��� Rates shown are for vehicles up to 20' in  length.  ��� Frequent travel ticket books are available on  all the above routes EXCEPT Mainland/  Vancouver Island and Comox/Powell River  routes. These frequent travel ticket books  ARE NOT applicable to overheight vehicles.  ...   Vski  "fWrl  Sunnycrest Mall, ���/    "*    ���** ��� .  Gibsons Prices effective:  Mon., March 28  1O0% Locally Owned & Operated to Sun., April 3  OPEN Thursday, March 31 Til' 9:00 pm  Easter Sunday, 11 - 5:00 pm  Easter Monday, April 4, 9:30 ��� 6:00 pm  Limit 1 With a Minimum $25 Order  Additional Purchases at 2.69 each 4% 4%  SuperValu ��� ��� 1 ��� 1  BUTTER w -SID  Limit 2 With a Minimum $25 Order  Additional Purchases at 1.37 ~^ ���^  Foremost Large - Grade 'A' 0 ������  EGGS fc .09  Fresh ��� Whole ��� Utility Grade  ROASTING 1   in  CHICKEN kg2.62 ,1.19  Limit 1 - No Rainchecks ��� While Stocks Last  Frozen ��� Utility Grade  YOUNG qq  GOOSE       kg2.i8 a .99  Fresh ��� B.C.  SHRIMPMEAT    Q  QQ   *919.82  ,..0.5151  Fresh ��� California Grown  STRAWBERRIES 1   QQ   *93.73   ,.. I .Oil  California Grown  RADISHES or aa  GREEN ONIONS.** -��9  California Grown ��� Golden mm BB  YAMS fc .09  Imperial 1        O ^B  MARGARINE     J .00  Foremost - All Flavours mM      E% BB  ICECREAM    ���. ��.09  Cashmere  BATHROOM qq  TISSUE ,������ .90  Weston's  HOT CROSS       1   en  BUNS ��� 1.39  Weston's ��� 675 gm 1 1   fl  WONDERBREAD   1.19  Regular or Diet - 750 ml  7-UP or 7 n  PEPSI COLA    .c^nif O  h++++++_t__________________m  iiir",',J1"*' ^A,._._.^_._._L__t__, ��___*.  ���������*''���* *������������' ��� ' - Coast News, March 28,1988  j These two models stole Ihe show at Trail Bay Mall's fashion show  ' last Saturday. ���Ken Collins phnlo  Sechelt    Scenario  Uzee a winner  If   Pettgv Connor, 885-9347  * ,   I  ['��� Congratulations   to   Sechell  Hfletnentary   School   teacher,  tftoil Lizee, who won $91,540 in  Jasl week's big 649 Draw when  Tie   picked   five   oul   of   six  iliiiiibers   and   the   bonus  Jtumber.  SECHELT BLOOD DONORS  .'��� The Red Cross will be collecting blood from local blood  (jonors al ihe Sechell Legion  Branch #140 on Monday,  March 28 from 2 pm lo 8 pm.  <j! The professionals will be aid-  ��$ by local volunteer nurses and  luxiliary members from St,  JJary's Hospilal.  jjj.EA MARKET  ?;The Auxiliary to Sechelt  yfegion Branch #140 will be  (biding a Ilea market on Sun-  qay April 10 from 10 am io 2  Jill.  I The ladies suggest you reserve  four tables early, rental is $5  ami you may call one of these  tjumbers, 885-3823 or 885-9403.  ��;The market will take place al  ulc Legion Hall in Sechell.  ffrOTAL WOMAN"  i\ Exciting fashions will be  Blown, many of ihem by local  fyshion designers such as Con-  ittiita Harding, at a fashion  sr|ow sponsored by the Sunshine  djoasl Business and Professional Women's Club wilh proceeds lo go lo bursaries and  education.  ��riie 7th annual event will be  Hjld al the Sechelt Indian Band  QJmmunity Hall on April 12  apd 13, pick your night and pick  lijjyour ticket for $12 at one of  ine many places in Sechell:  family Bulk Foods, Cactus  flpwer, Shadow Baux Gallery,  jra in Gibsons at: Just for  Vou, Silks and Lace, Halfmoon  Jcl<��n  cm  t;%-2425    Tues.-Fri.! 10-4  BaytB & .1 Store, ai Madeira  Park, Marina Pharmacy.  CHAMBER OF COMMERCE  The Sechell and Dislricl  Chamber of Commerce mel at  Ihe Homestead Reslauranl on  Tuesday, March 22 and Ihere  were quite a few members presenl considering the competition  for lhal evening, such as the  federal Fisheries meeling al the  Indian Band Hall which was  packed wilh concerned  fishermen.  Gelling back lo the Sechell  Chamber meeling, Bill Bailey,  the lirsl speaker, gave a reporl  on Community Futures a  Federal Governmenl program  designed lo help areas, under  the Employment and Immigration department.  The Community Futures has  their official office in Teredo  Square. Presidenl is Bill McKinnon; Secrelary, Jane Woods;  Co-ordinalor, Sharon  Sawchuk.  Their mandale is lo create ad-  diiional permanent private sector employment through the  development and expansion ol"  exisling small businesses and industry which are socially and  environmentally acceptable to  Ihe communities of Ihe Sunshine Coasl.  Second speaker, Karen  Ramsden, was from Discovery  Training Network, A computer  network serving outside areas  on education and training  available, a valuable assel for  Ihose looking for upgrading or  carrying on iheir education.  Launching date for ihe program is May 2. The firsl six  months is ihe pilot phase to  evaluate the value lo the community and is free. If il is feasible, perhaps the Chamber  would be interested in taking il  over.  The idea is a person could go  in sit al a computer and have  before ihem ihe complete spec-  irum of education facilities  available here and off the coasl.  The nexl meeling of ihe  chamber is April 26 wilh ihe  speaker Betty Keller of the  Written Arls.  ��WEST HOWE SOUND FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT  8 GIBSONS FIRE DEPARTMENT  IPUBLIC NOTICE  OUTDOOR BURNING  % WITHIN THE BOUNDARIES OF SAID DISTRICT  f.\  Aider Ihe provisions of the Foresl Acl and with cooperation of the  forestry Service, the Wesl Howe Sound Fire Protection District,  J&id serviced by the Gibsons Fire Department, will issue Burning  Wrmits in the following manner:  FROM APRIL 1ST TO OCTOBER 31ST.1988  Step  ��  No. 1 -An application form obtainable at the Gibsons  Municipal Hall, South Fletcher Rd,, Gibsons, will  be tilled out by applicant and deposited there.  p No. 2 -Twice a week or as required a duly appointed  Fire Prevention Officer will take these application  forms, personally inspect the proposed burning  site, and if approved will upon the receipt ot $5.00  issue a burning permit.  :���  !;NOTE: No permit is required for a screen covered incinerator.  I  RANDY RODRIQUE, FIRE CHIEF  Hiilfmoon Bay Happenings  Easter Egg Hunt  Rulh Forrester, 885-2418  Take the kids and all your  friends along to Connor Park  on Easier Sunday morning at 10  o'clock and join in the fun of  ihe annual Easier Egg Hum.  It's always delightful io watch  the flurry and excitement as the  little ones frantically search for  the hidden eggs.  We have ihe Halfmoon Bay  Recreation Association to thank  for all ihe preparations and  sponsoring of ihis event, so  come on oul and show your appreciation and give your support.  HOSPITAL AUXILIARY  A reminder lhal Ihere will be  no meeling Ihis firsl Monday of  Ihe month which is the usual  dale for the Hospilal Auxiliary  to meel. Due to the Easier holiday ihe nexl meeling will be on  Monday. April II al 10 am al  ihe Welcome Beach Hall.  Everyone welcome.  NEW DELIVERERS  finds Smith will be missed  on our mail delivery route. She  has given up the task which is a  pretty demanding one. Taking  over lemporarily will be David  and Maureen Foss to whom we  will extend a welcome on the  route.  EXTRA BUS SERVICE  As of May 1 there will be Iwo  more buses on the Redrooffs  Road route. A new one will pick  up al Halfmoon Bay at 6:40 am  heading for the 8:30 am ferry.  Another new service on  Redrooffs will bring passengers  on Ihe 2:30 pm ferry from  Horseshoe Bay along  Redrooffs. This bus leaves  Sechell al 4:55 pm, a convenient  time which will reach Redrooffs  around 5:20 pm.  This means lhal there are  now lour buses a day servicing  Redrooffs, You could pick up  Ihe new schedule al the B & J  Store in Halfmoon Bay.  The KIWANIS CLUB  of Qlbsons & District  see again In 19M aubmHtlng tha aama pro-  Ciaal which waa applM for In 19(7 to tha  C. Housing Commission To bpaml Tha  Apartments At Kiwanis Villas*. This addition would ba for 40 units to bs occuplad  by low Incoms ssnlor cHlzsns with Incomss  to a maximum of $20,000 par yaar. If any  ssnlor dtbEsn Is Intoroatad In tha sbovs and  would Ilka further Information plaass con-  tsct Bill Wright at Mt-77S8| Bill Lalng at  886-01 o��j Dan Whaalar at siO-Jlti or  any mambar of tha Kiwanis Club or by  writing to tha Kiwanis Club of Qlbsons, Box  815, Qlbsons, B.C. VON 1V0. Ws would ap-  prsciata hearing from you no latar than  April 15,1980.  Keep part of the dollars you spend.  SHOP LOCALLY  pon  tflLiss  RENOVATION SALE  this EASTER WEEK at  Sunnycrest Mall  w.'r. CLEARING OUT STOCK  to MAKE WAY for  STORE RENOVATIONS  0 Easter merchandise specials o      Sidewalk sale tables o  o Deep-cut in-store specials o  Enter tO Win:    O Kiddie's tricycle  O Men's expandable briefcase  S Video 'baby-cize' (for exercising baby)  KIDS UNDER 12!  COLOURING  CONTEST  Many many free prixes Details in store  Free helium balloons for the kids  Sure the place is a mess! but... Take advantage of our  RENOVATION CLEAROUT SUPER SAVINGS  STORE HOURS   same as mall - 9:30-6  THIS THURSDAY ONLY - Open til 9  CLOSED GOOD FRIDAY, April 1 due to statutory holiday  SUNDAYS    11-4  Get it at the  PHARMASAVE  PRICE  SALE ENDS  Easter Sunday  April 3  Gibsons Phnrnmsiivn  Sunnycrest M.ill  886 7213  mmim  Mtmm Coast News, March 28,1988  97.  v Margaret Stephens of Crystal Import International blazes her wares  al 'Celebration', a mini-fair of physical and spiritual good heallh  held March 20 al Ihe Wilson Creek Community Hall by Ihe Sunshine Coast Integrated Life Sociely. -Myrtle Winchester pholo  Davis Bay News ��t Views  A successful season  by Jean Robinson, 885-2954  The Wilson Creek Hall held  ils last bridge session lor the fall  and winler season on March 25.  A most successful season, where  anywhere from six lo nine tables  were filled twice monthly. We  will begin again in the fall  around October.  The Friday cribbage games  continue as usual all through  the summer. There are no prizes  and no sel number of players. If  you are interested just appear al  1 pm on Fridays and talk to  Jack Bushell.  PROFESSIONAL  FINANCE' "'ANNINGI  I Our experience andl  I expertise enables us lo I  I design programs loi youi |  I piesenl & lulure goals  Call CIUI Garrett  Otflc: 6*1-5411  ���mi MC-4M1  ��*c��l! 885-2543  I Th�� Itanutaetuim Company I  IIOKSKSHOKS  Anyone interested in learning  how lo play horseshoes or  leaching the 'how to's', please  contact me at Ihe above  number. Would be fun lo have  a regular competition.  TENNIS  There are a few who have expressed a desire lo play tennis.  We have one court on the Davis  Bay Elementary School grounds. Let's see more people out  using it.  SCHOOL IS OUT  It is Spring Break for the  children of B.C. Please be extra  cautious when driving this week  because if the sun is out again  there are sure to be baseballs,  footballs and children when and  where least expected.  COMING EVENTS  April 8 is Story Hour for  Moms and Tots at the Wilson  Creek Hall, 5123 Davis Bay  Road. It starts at 10:30 am and  continues until noon.  April 10 the library volunteers hold a Spring Tea and  Book Sale from 2 to 4 pm.  Come and show your appreciation lo Ihese fine people who  give so much of their time.  HAPPY EASTER  Have a safe and happy Easter  holiday.  &Mtvi Special  208��  j   Everything  in the Store!  Excepi undergarment!  and accessories  Wed., March 30  'til Sat., April 2  885-2916  fASHICIW  -t.J   r.~~\     "amx���        L��l��r Plau. Gibsons  m*  t_J      i'shb. 886-8199  Notice Board  Womin Who Love Too Much - Confidential and anonymous. Supporl group meeling  cancelled, next meeting April 5, 1988  Adult Children ol Alcoholic! Meetings on Monday evenings al 7:30 pm in Si. Mary's  Church Hall, Gibsons; Thursdays al 7:30 pm al Ihe Menial Health Cenlre In Sechell  For more inlormalion, call Anna 885-5281,  Volunleer Nurses required lo assist Red Cross nurses wilh minor nursing dulies al  Red Cross Blood Donor Clinics in Sechell. March 28 or Gibsons, March 31. Conlacl  Bev Miller at 885-3648.  Gibtoni Branch ol SI. Mary's Hospital Auxilliary Bake Sale. Books & Plants, March  31 al 9:30. Sunnycrest Mall in Gibsons.  Blood Donor CLInlc in Gibsons. Thursday. March 31. 1:30 to 6:30 pm, Royal Canadian Legion 109, Gibsons.  Jack 4 Jill Preschool bringing Pal Carfra 'Lullaby Lady' to Elphinstone Gym, April 9.  I pm, $4.00. Call 886-3119 lor tickets or inlo.  Hallmoon Bay Rocnatlon Association Meeting. Monday. March 28,8 pm al J. Woods  lesidence. 7983 Wildwood, 885-3330.  Sechelt Marsh Society at Ihe Arls Centre on Friday, April 1, al 7:30 pm. Guest  speakers - Diana Davidson and Mark Ballersby, lopic - "In Defense ol Ihe Inlet".  C.F.U.W.: The University Women's Club ol the Sunshine Coasl holds ils luncheon  meeling Wednesday. April 13, al 11:30 am. Camp Olave, Roberts Creek. Annual  General Meeting wilh election ol ollicers. New members welcome, for Info call  885-9232.  Cancel Support Group lor patients and families. Nexl meeting Monday, April 4, 1  pm. in Ihe Activity Boom ol Ihe Royal Terrace, Sechell. For Inlormalion call  885-5585.  Voluntatis Reguired loi: Senior's programs, lood bank, clerical work, help al a drop-  in cenlre and tutoring E.S L. sludenls. For more inlormalion, please call the  Volunteer Action Ctntie al 885 5881  Sechelt Seniors  Birds a source of great delight  by Larry Grafton  ll has been our personal  pleasure throughout this pasl  winter to enjoy the antics of a  greal number, and a greal variety, of birds at our feeders.  These winler dwellers have probably now reached a point  where they are on their own.  An article recently in the city  paper publicized the return  again of the swallows to Capis-  irano mid the annual fanfare.  We, in turn, are watching close-'  ly for the return of our summer-  dwelling hummingbirds.  They seem to arrive individually in specific locations prior to  the mass arrival. The first  sighting has been reported from  Pender Harbour, so it's time to  get out the feeders and boil up  some nectar for them.  These wee creatures are no  fools. If your neighbor's mix is  two io one, and yours is four lo  one, you will probably attract  few birds, even though the  Audubon Society recommends  four water to one sugar or  honey.  For those of us who cater to  these little hummers, we are  rewarded by being able to watch  the aerial antics of the male bird  as he climbs and dives to and  from an altitude of some thirty  or forty feet lo impress his intended mate.  Then again, it is quite impressive to have fifteen to twenty  birds all trying to get their fill at  dusk, to hold them over till  morning. At this time, with  patience, the bolder ones will sit  on your finger as ihey feed.  PLANTS  For those of our members  who will be helping with the  supply of plants and other  things for our Spring Plant Sale  on May 7, it's certainly not too  early to be potting surplus items  now, in order that a good sturdy  selection will be available for  the sale at that time.  Please  be  sure  that   your  donations are well rooted, so  lhal our customers will not be  disappointed. Bear in mind also  lhal your committees have one  thought in mind, and that is to  procure funds for our new activity cenlre, so judge yourselves  accordingly.  DISCRIMINATION  Really there is no such thing  as discrimination in our organization. Some of our members  who have been in Branch 69 as  charier members and some of  us who have arrived on the  scene al a later dale, are probably more familiar with anniversaries, birthdays, etc. of  some of our members, than  Ihose who have arrived as  members al a later dale. Over a  period of years, birthdays and  anniversaries become a I radii ion  in our branch and provide an  opportunity io celebrate Ihe  happy occassion with those of  us to whom it applies. A Thursday morning muffin wilh a candle and a happy birlhday chorus  may nol seem loo important,  bul can gladden the hearl of the  recipient, If your particular anniversary is known ii will certainly be recognized for posterity. Nuff said!  CAUTION  A half page advertisement in  one of our local publications  addressed to seniors particularly, is the result and an aftermath  of local protest caused by high  pressure ladies applied, on a so  called voluntary basis, by an  established insurance company  on our membership.  Granted lhal the individual  may be voluntarily able to approve or order ihe agenl off Ihe  premises, il would seem on the  surface lhal the services offered  are superfluous over and above  our Provincial Medical Services  Plan. It would also seem lhal if  enough of our seniors are talked  into going along with iheir proposition, thai the next step  could quite possibly be a reduc  tion in services by our governmenl plan.  Subscribers io the Elder  Statesman should be mosl  concerned wilh a publication  lhal sponsors a purely business  transaction, which involves all  seniors in the province of B.C.  Sponsorship of senior oriented  publication could and possibly  will be detrimental lo the  welfare of a large block ol  senior citizens. Personally, I  have cancelled my subscription  lo Ihe Elder Sialesman on (his  issue.  ttEirt  OVERRUN BY  BELGIAN  CHOCOLATE  BVNNlESi  ��� Eggs  ��� Easter Baskets  ^itia i !Bon Bom  -ft!  Cowrie St., Sechelt (nexl to Sechell Supermarket)  885-2687:  Police   news  GIBSONS POLICE  When arrested for breach of  probation on March 12, a  sometime male resident of Gibsons was found to have a  sawed-off shot gun and several  knives in his vehicle.  He faces charges of possession of a prohibited weapon,  and charges of possession of a  weapon contrary to a prohibition order against him.  SECHELT POLICE  At 1:34 am on March 19, a  vehicle driven by a New West  minster resident was checked on  Teredo Slreel and Ihe driver  given a 24 hour roadside  suspension.  At approximately 9:30 am on  March 22, a B.C. Hydro meter  was reported stolen from the  back of a truck.  At 10:17 pm on March 23, a  Sechelt resident reporled a  breaking and entering. Force-  able entry was used and household belongings laken. Police  are still investigating,  Generally, police report  anolher quiel week In Sechelt.  15% off  All  plush  animals  PETER RABBIT  Sticker books  & puzzles  OTHER MEAT GIFT IDEAS!  Trail Bay Centre,,  Sechelt=  885-5255  J(e*ytwi  MERCHANDISE  Visa & Mastercard Accepted  Jm Jfaryvri  mm  __t*  iMWMii  aa^gMHM  tmm Coast News, March 28,1988  Gardening  by Marguerite  Miishine Coast School Board Secretary-Treasurer Roy Mills (left) was honoured at a retirement tea last  Frla> afternoon at Elphinstone cafeteria. -Km Collins photo  George    in    Gibsons  h  George Cooper, 886-8520  ho  lo  Re  Spring is here, and it is time  to planl our annuals, both flowers and vegetables. Plant seeds  and place in a warm place indoors, on a window sill, out of  drafts, or outdoorsjdirecily in a  warm protected area. Remember very fine seed could be mixed  wilh a lablespoon of dry sand to  distribute evenly. Do not cover  wilh soil, firsl moisten the soil.  Some seeds take quite a lime  lo germinate, be patient. We all  have failures, which helps us to  grow with the lessons we have  learned.  In ihis day of weighl conlrol,  diets, and awareness of our  health, il is io our advantage to  eat wholesome fresh and available vegetables and fruits. What  beller way (even if we have a  busy life) than lo pick directly  from our own gardens.  We are nol taught this subject  in schools, bul wilh up-to-date  computers and videos today,  youngsters can leam earlier and  benefit, because we all have to  eat. Give ihe young folks a  patch or box of Iheir own, so  ihey may pul in lettuce, green  onions, radishes and carrots to  experience how molher nature  works.  More next week about a contest for this year.  Mills looks forward to sailing  There   are   thousands   of  rs of sailing to look forward  llow thai I'm retiring," said  Mills,   who   leaves   his  secrelary-lreasurer office in our  School Board administrative  building this Thursday.  "Miles of coastline within  easy reach. We even have plans  lo sail lo Alaska sometime."  pat'*  *.   .,   it.���r_A h.\irdress<  licenced hairdresser  HAIR Bring the whole family V  QTYI ING al prices you can afforc'!  end ni April)  ��� PERMS  ��� HAIRCUTS  ��� HIGHLIGHTS  ��� COLOUR  -Phone or drop in now 885-3946-  TUES.WED. FRI   9:00-5:00  THURSDAY 9:00-9:00  .SATURDAY 9:00-1:00  6225 Norwest Bay Rd.,  West Sechelt  PRE-IMVEMJORY  SSf  One Day Only At  The Landing General Store  Lower Gibsons  Wednesday, March 30 10 am ��� 5 pm  Each hour throughout the day we will post (in the win-  clow) that hour's percentage discount. During that hour  everything in the Store (except consignment slock and collee)  will be discounted  2o��/.25%30%;;;40%  Gibsons Landing  886-2818  ..ten""  SPRING JACKETS  /SwJj     Slaei frniii :tK~K>  25% off  JEAN JACKETS  SImi S.M.I.. & XL 30% off  Junlten  TERRY TOPS  Kfc. $39.98 NOW* 25 95  JantMh  SPORT TOPS & PANTS  Rep. from $43.50  NOW FROM ��2595  For The Ladies -  FLEECE TOPS & PANTS  liv Adidas & Stanfields  ^= Other in store specials:  25% off  Customer Parking  At Rear  "Roy is keen lo enter com-  pelilive sailing events and is  thinking ol" the Swil'tsure  event," said wife Shirley.  The sailing will be done on  ihe catamaran launched lasl fall  afler six years of building in the  attic of their home.  "Five thousand hours of  work logged in its  construclion," said Roy. "The  hulls are a sandwich construclion wiih foam core...thirty-  four fool six by twenty-foot six  wilh swing masl, fifty-two  feet."  "The boat was launched lasl  October on our ihirly-sixlh  wedding anniversary," said  Shirley, "and our five children  and iheir families all came from  Vancouver Island to help us  celebrate bolh occasions."  Moored at Gibsons Marina  just opposite the beach at Pro-  wse Road, the Gilbert and  Sullivan, as Roy has named the  catamaran, has been undergoing trial runs for several  weekends in nearby waters.  Shirley Mills has jusi retired,  loo, from her work in the central supply departmenl in St.  Mary's. Trained in Lancashire  in Sick Children's nursing,  Shirley conlinued in the profession as family demands allowed  and has been on staff at St.  Mary's since their arrival here  fourteen years ago.  Before coming to Gibsons,  Roy was secretary-treasurer for  seven years in Courtenay School  District, and before lhal  secretary-treasurer for seven  years as well in Dawson Creek  School District.  Although he had apprenticed  in Britain with Avro Aviation  Company and had afler thai  been eight years in the RAF, latterly with ihe rank of flight-  lieutenant, Roy found ihere was  no employment available in  aviation when he and his family  arrived in I959. Work expected  as flight navigator with a Canadian airline was not forthcoming.  "I thought of teaching to  support my young family since l  had enjoyed my time of instructing in the RAF Technical College. But that would require  several years attendance at the  university. From lhal I lurned  lo school dislricl administration  which I could learn as assistant  on ihe job. And lhal became my  career in Canada, and a very  satisfactory one, loo."  Roy said he had wanled lo  live in Canada ever since he had  done his air force navigation  training in Winnipeg in  1951-1952.  "Now that retirement has arrived I can return to helping  here in Scouting," said Roy.  "I'm a member of the Baden-  Powell Guild, and I've been  devoted to the movement since  my first days in Cubs at the age  of seven. The evening work required in my job has kept me  out of active participation but  now I certainly have the time  for it again."  Good   sailing   Roy   and  Shirley.  ELHPINSTONE GRAD  Lance Gregorchuk who  graduated from Elphinstone  Secondary last year has joined  the Canadian army and is at  present   in  basic  training  in  Canadian Forces Base Corn-  wallis, in Digby, Nova Scotia.  TRANSFERS  Constable Dave Worrell and  family are moving to Halifax  City police force.  Constable Russ Pederson  transfers lo ihe RCMP deiach-  menl in Princeton ihis month in  ihe rank of corporal.  ^WEBBER PHOTON  TREASURE THE MOMENT  IN CHINA  WE'LL MOUNT YOUR FAVOURITE  PHOTO ON A CHINA PLATE  ��� phololinlshlng ��� ktyt cut  ��� photocopying   ��� Konlca cameras*  ��� films. Hashes A tramee  ��� batted**, etc.   ��� Passport Photos  Agent Fot Loomil Counti  886-2947  275 Gower Pt. Rd.  Gibsons Landing  MARY'S  VARIETY  ���������- open 7 days a week ���  v\   Easter Cards  LA    / Egg Colouring  Jjjftof       Kits  *V,jM�� Candles & Novelties  = Dry Cleaning Drop Off =  Nexl lo Shell Station QO�� onv  Comet Pi ��d  OOO-OU//  Special  EASTER PLANTS  nd GIFTS  -SEE OUR AD PAGE 11  455 Marine Or. 888-3812   Gibsons Landing   Natural  Vitamins  &  Health  Variety USA FOODS  C��Wu UmiirtK 886-2936  Show Piece1  Gallery  ntxf to  the Qlbaoni  Fish Market  Far Side Cards  The livestock would gather every morning.  hoping lor one ol farmer Dan's popular  'airplane' rides  $695  Mike Grenby's  TAX  TIPS  0oMt  (nexl to Webber Photo) **3��H*r  277 Gower Pt. Rd. 888-7744  s  Ken's  We reserve the right to limit quantities  We fully guarantee everything we sell  to be satisfactory or money cheerfully refunded.  Open Mon. - Sat.  Your LOTTERY Centre  ffi! G233 C9  2 Corning  Serving Bowls  &  1 Aladdin Thermos  Last Week's  Draw Winner  Pat Garrison - Vase  Come In, shop, sign your receipt &  GOOD LUCK!  Watch this space far Next Week's Giveaway  ���"^^  3  jGROCERY  550 gm  2.39  2.19  :)  540 ml  1.39  Quaker ��� Life  cereal  Quaker  granola  dipS  170/187 3mL._  . _.  Western ������ (JhomlatH'Chip/  Favourite 5 ^    g%f\  COOKleS        400/450gmt**a(L\j  Del Monte - Sliced/  Crushed/Tidbits f�� _  pineapple      m'^ol  E.D. Smith  apple pie  filling  E.D. Smith  cherry pie  filling 540m,2.19  Robin Hood  pie crust  miX 540gm\ .DO  Kraft ��� Salad Dressing  Regular/Light  Miracle  Whip 500 mil. 79  Green Giant ��� Whole Kernel/  Cream Style  COm 341/398 mh  Reynold's Aluminum A   -i #1  foil wrap     25xiSZ.19 |  Ardmona ��� In Pear Juice  fruit  cocktail        398 mi. 99  .79  Ocean Spray  Spray ���>>. i  cranberry  sauce        398 mM 19  ���  .k   i  Day by Day, Coast News, March 28,1988  Lucky Dollar Foods m  FOODS  CK'  LLAR  GOWER POINT ROAD, GIBSONS LANDING       886-2257  <0^VtoMk tfScNfatft  FREE DELIVERY TO THE WHARF  Prices effective:  March 29 - April 3  9:30 am    6:00 pm  Sundays & Holidays 9:30 am - 5:00 pm  Puss & Boots ��� Flavour Morsels   .      _ -^  cat food      5oo9mi. 49  Ken-L-Ration Large T Bones      ^   #%#*  dog snacks     .,3.99  Vegetable Beverage  V8 juice     j.**  1.59  Champagne ��� Wheat Germ/  Toasted Wheat  crackers     m��.1.49  <  DAIRY  Imperial  margarine   i36*32.19  Ingersol  cheese  spread       5oo9m3.29  Cortina ��� Random Cuts  Cheddar  cheese      20% off  Palm  cottage  cneese       500 am 1.4S  Canada  'Utility' Grade  whole frying  chickens  ��,. .88  Freybe ��� Black Forest/  Old Fashioned /Honey  hams  lb.  4.29  Kent - 500 gm  sausage meat       ��,. 1.89  Whole or Shank Portion  Ready To Eat  hams  lb.  1.89  Week  Schneider's - Olde Fashioned  ham 1/2's 4.09  Schneider's ��� #1 Sliced  side bacon     5oogm.ib.Z.29  Schneider's ��� 250 gm  meat pies ea. 1.69  Schneider's - All Beef - 454 gm  weiners ea. 2.49  {  FROZEN  Pinata Floured  tortillas      5ioam1.29  Minute Maid  Green Giant ��� Niblets  Whole Kernel  corn or  orange juice 355  Fraser Vale ��� Sliced  strawberries or  ml  1.49  t  BAKERY  White or Brown  Wonderbread  ,1.19  sweet peas 35ogm1.05     raspberries 425gJ .85  .350gm  mA**M*mmm  w_%WB_t%w%wr_r*w?  pineapples  ea.  .99  B.C. Grown ��� Golden Delicious  apples  California Grown ��� Choice Navel  oranges  lb,      'CM  lb.      aC*Wl   675 gm  Weston s  hot cross  buns 8's  " i��-����-Jiei. mi1 raraaem_na_\  THE PRICE WAS RIGHT  1.59  i  1  'i&  &zk  California Grown _t\_t\  carrots ,b  .29  Money's .    f��*t%  mushrooms ib. 1.69  I also rather liked them. Unfortunately no one else did. So every ^  time I ale one I gol this guilt feeling 'cause I was getting a treat and  Ihey weren't. Nol that that stopped me!  However I could see no reason why they shouldn't join in and I  knew ihey would as long as they didn'l know what they were eating  and as lar as I know there's no better way to disguise an avocado  than in  GUACAMOLE DIP  11/2 cups mashed ripe avocado  2 tablespoons grated onion  1 tablespoon lemon juice  1/2 cup chopped peeled tomato  1/4 cup sour cream  1 teaspoon salt  1 teaspoon chill powder  1/4 teaspoon coriander  1/8 teaspoon ground chill  1/4 teaspoon tabasco  Mix all ingredients well. Cover with plastic wrap and chill for several  hours. Serve with corn chips and fresh vegetables.  It's amazing what people will eat with enjoyment when they're not  toirj the 'secrel' ingredient!  See you next week  NEST LEWIS  em by Item, We do more for you in providing Quality & Friendly Service 10.  Coast News, March 28,1988  Only a bathtub  space for trailer  is left at Egmont Marina afler  pads.  Ihe bulldozer knocked down all the old cabins lo make  ���Ann Cook pholo  Celebration  "Celebration" took place on  March 20 al the Wilson Creek  Community Centre.a mini-fair  of physical and spiritual good  health followed by a dance,  with proceeds from Ihe good attendance going to ihe Sunshine  Coasl Integrated Life Society.  Speakers scheduled every half  hour included Lyn Thorsteinson  (reflexology), Randi Tame  (herbalism), Sue Winters and  Rose Nicholson (deep relaxation and regression), Janice  Layton (massage therapy),  Clady Tenning (assertiveness),  Linda Nichols (astrology) and  Val Jenkins (channeling).  Attention:  Fish Farmers  Scandinavian (35) wishes to relocate in B.C.  ��� 9 years experience in land &  sea based farming  ��� 3 years fish import/export  ��� Graduated: Bus. Adm. (Copenhagen)  For more information, call my Toronto contact:  Verner Kure, (416) 767-2942 Days  Pender Patter  Harbourside poetry and jazz success  Myrtle Winchester. 8D3-M302  The Harbourside Poelry and  Jazz Evening held ai ihe Pender  Harbour School of Music on  Friday was a great success, a  lull house, and one lo  remember.  Jazz performed by Harbour  Lights big band members  featuring Kerri Fowler on saxophone was alternated with  readings by local poets, including traditional coffee-house  political commentary, experimental work and even a  "found" poem.  Organizers proved lhat the  sale of alcohol is not a requirement for a successful Pender  Harboul event and thai smokers  could be enticed to sit sipping  Cappuchinos without partaking  of iheir vice...al leasl unlil intermission.  Harbour Lights band leader  ��� Les Fowler, pleased with the attendance and entertainment,  closed ihe evening wilh the promise of another to come.  LIBRARY NEWS  ��� After several months of  ���developing a constitution and  by-laws to meel governmenl requirements, our library was officially registered as ihe Pender  Harbour Reading Cenlre Sociely on March 10, 1988.  On April 6, the volunleer  members will hold their first  Annual General Meeting and  form committees to organize  Ihe operation of the library and  improve ils service lo the community.  There is a suggestion box just  inside the from door of the  building, and it's there for you  to lell the volunteers what and  who you like lo read and whal  you would like lo see happen al  the library.  CLINIC AUXILIARY  MEETING  The Area A Heallh Cenlre  Auxiliary will hold ils monthly  meeting on March 28 al 7:30 pm  al   the  Pender  Harbour  and  Dislricl  Heallh Cenlre.  carly for a good seal.  Come  SWAP MEET  The Community Club Arts &  Crafts Swap Meel will be held  on April 2, and a number of  plains will be included for sale  among the usual variety of  items.  Doors open al 10:00 am and  tables can be reined for $6 from  Hans Schroeder 883-2573.  SPRING AT THK POOL  The Pender Harbour Aquatic  Cenlre will be open during spring break for public swimming  from 2 lo 4 pm and 6:30 lo 9  pm.  Regislralion for ihe new spring fitness and swimming pro-  Egmont News  Griffith president  fp �����^-  3E  31  PART  1QOF26  To the Peoples  of the World  STATEMENT   ON  Peace  -A World Community in which all  economic barriers Kill have been permanent-  lv demolished and Ihe inlenlependence ol  capital and labour dcllnitelv. recognized; in  which Ihe clamour ofrcligioUl faiuticlim and  sinte will have been foivver stilled, in which the  flame of racial animosity will haveheen finally cMingmvhed. in which a single side ol international law���the product ol Ihe considered  judgement ol the world's federated  representatives"shall have as lis sanction Ihe  instant and coercive intervention o! the combined forces ol the ledcraled units, and finally a  world community in which Ihe lury ol a  capricious and militant nationalism will have  been transmuted into an abiding consciousness  ot world cin/enship���such indeed, appear., in  ils bmadesi outline, the Order anticipated by  Italia u Mali an Order that shall come io he  regarded as Ihe (aircst truil ol a slowly maturing age.'  The implementation ot these tar reaching  measures was indicated hy Baha'u Huh The  lime muvt come when the imperative necessity tor Ihe holding ol a vast, an all-embracing  assemblage ot men will be universally realized The rulers and kings ol the earth must needs  attend it. and. participating in its deliberations.  musl consider such ways and means as will lay  the foundations of Ihe world's Great Peace  amongst men"  For a tree copy of tht uimplcic ititcmcni  "TO THE PEOPLES OF THE HOHLD" or  Information about the Bihai Faith and local  activities, pleaie write or call: Bui 401, Cib-  606.2078,  Ann Cook. 883-9253  Elections were held lasl week  at ihe Egmonl Community  Club meeting. Billy Griffith is  President for Ihird year running; Geoff Craig is Vice-  President, first year, and Belly  Silvey is Secretary-Treasurer.  Directors are Ron Fearn, Kay  Birch, Maureen Griffith, Len  Silvey and Ann Cook. Dolly  Wallace and Vi Berntzen will  continue as Tea Convenors, and  Donna Bernlzen as Smorg convenor for Ihe second year, while  Doris Jackson will mind the  Thrift Store. Belly Silvey will  sign you up as a member of Ihe  Community Club and collect  dues. Repairs and renovations  are planned for the hall and  grounds.  Kl SILVKY PASSES  Condolences and sympathy  io Doug Silvey and his family  on the passing of Doug's father  Ki (Malcom) who lived most of  his life in Egmont. A good  neighbour and friend to  everyone. In my brief meetings  with Ki I have llioughl of him as  a true gentleman. He will be  missed.  SEA STAR  Rob and Valerie Haines and  Iheir Iwo wee sons are moving  on lo greener pastures. Nearly  three-year-old Jason will think  he's   found  greener  pastures  when he leaves Sea Slar fish  farm where he has been ihe only  child as far as Wharnock Road  where Ihere are many children.  Good luck Rob and Val.  MISCELLANEOUS  Happy Anniversary lo Joe  and Trudy Muller on iheir 3lsl,  and Bill and Jean Graham on  their 49th.. ,  Happy April birthdays try,  Walt Higgins, Larry Campo,  Marly Lowe and Tina Broeker.  All on april 2, Danny Cumm-  ings, Doug Silvey, Jaccie  Joseph, Gloria Fritz, Kinji Van  Arsdel, Elaine Silvey, Marilyn  Bathgate, Mike Legge, Steve  Leander, Len Silvey, Palli  Jackson, Elisha Marie Barham  now 5 years old, Katie Devlin,  Video Sue and Queen Elizabeth.  Happy Easter everyone.  grams will lake place from April  5 to 8 inclusive, and a flyer  describing Ihem will be available  soon.  CONCERT RE-SCHEDULED  The Community Club Spring  Concert has been re-scheduled  lo April 29 from April 24.  If you're interested in performing al the concert call April  Charlton 883-1130 for more information because there's room  for a few more entries on the  program.  AVON CALLING  April   Charlton   has   laken  over the title of Pender Harbour  Avon   Lady   from   Geraldine  Fenn and invites calls 883-1130  for new product catalogues.  HARBOUR CALENDAR  March  28 - Area A  Health  Clinic Auxiliary meeling.  March 31 - Community Bingo.  April 2 - Legion Meal Draw;  Ladies' Auxiliary Easter Tea;  Community Club Swap Meet.  April 5 - Aquatic Centre program registration begins.  April 7 - Serendipity Playschool  Open House  April 23 - Lions' Auction  April 29 - Community Spring  Concert.  SALMON  FARMERS  is Cleaning Your Nets A Problem?  NOT ANYMORE!!  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Building Supplies  Joe McCann  Don White and Frank  Hansen Contracting  Sunshine Plumbing  Brad Codkin  Turenne Concrete  Swansons  -Special Thanks to:=  D & D Landscaping  Pacific Roofing  Wolfgang  Ken Klein  A & C Rentals  Corner Cupboard  Bob and Shaun Reid  Charlie and Doris  The Carpenter  MANY THANKS to all our friends & neighbours  HOURS: Mon.-Thurs. 8-10, Fri.-Sat. 8-11, Sun. 10-10  Francis Peninsula Rd. 883-2108  TOURIST AND RECREATION GUIDE  ife  I&chq-j, % V*  lvalue Hewufs l/liwum 9kcj  LAST STOP SHOPPING FOR PRINCESS LOUISA!  ��� Groceries ��� Fresh Meat ��� Produce ��� Ice ��� Post Office  ��� Full Line of Matine ,ind FishinK Gear  ��� Fuel/Propane  Box 40, Garden Bay     Charters Available 883-2253  VISITORS WELCOME ,r\;  (jOLf CLUBJg^  Highway I0I, 2 Kilomelres North ut Garden Bay Turnoff  Phone 883-9541  A  M  CANOE RENTALS  ��� Row Boal Ki'fiM/s  ^1 mk Rgort  883-2269  Nem .elecllon of GREETING CARDS  ��� Craft Buuks ��� Woodworking ��� Cookbooks  ��� Gilt Wrap   ��� Cards  ^^ TALEWIND BOOKS=s  til- Snri'l   Si-ilii'll  885-25117  ��� HELLY HANSEN & MUSTANG  OUTDOOR WEAR                           I  D MARINE BATTERIES                    /  ��...         ;   fJCHARTS & BOOKS                         /  ZTor.,0^, GIBSONS marina ��  I.  1         \  BOAT RENTALS  ��� Fishing Gear Rentals  ��� Air Tanks  FISHING & DIVING CHARTERS  FISHING GUIDE  cLowes ^sort-Motel  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  ��� |. Serry-Llster       ��� Paul Ugarla    i. mmy monl  ��� CUSTOM FRAMING ��� ART SUPPLIES  Cowrie St., Sechelt  885-7606  i  !______, Wilson vs. Dixon  Coast News, March 28,1988  11.  P ���  pecentralization causes  spat at SCRD  ; "I don't think we should be  doing an end run around the  duly elected body and have  government by executive appointment," Director Gordon  Wilson told the board at last  week's meeting of the Sunshine  Coast Regional District. Wilson  urged the board not to participate in Minister of State,  Ejlwood Veitch's appointment  Of two advisory boards to deal  with economic diversification  and improvement of services.  ���' In a letter written to the  SCRD, Veitch explained the  poncept. "These two groups  Will serve as talent pools from  Which we will select task forces  lip study problems and issues,  explore ideas and recommend  ways of diversifying local and  regional economies and enhancing services such as education  and health care, justice, support  Cor the elderly and so on."  Wilson suggested that the  board respond with the names  Of members and the chairman  from the Economic Development Commission for the  economic issues, the school  board for education issues, the  hospilal board for health issues,  the Community Services Board  for issues relating to the elderly  and social services, and suggested for the justice issues  Veitch should dial 1-800-GOD.  "We have in place already,  duly elected representatives  whose responsibility it is to look  at those issues," he stated firmly. "If the minister wishes to  assist this area in any of these  sectors he should deal with the  duly elected people who deal  with those issues. If we become  a part of this, we will be tacitly  accepting government by appointment which, in my mind,  is undemocratic."  Area E Director Jim Gurney  told the board that at the recent  meeting of the Association of  Vancouver Island Municipalities, of which the SCRD is a  member, it appeared that the  economic regions concept is going to fall apart, because the  groups that are supposed to implement it, don't know anything  about it.  Chairman Peggy Connor  cautioned the board, "If we  don't have someone on that  board, I think we'll be sorry."  Bul Ihe board voted to send a  letter to Veitch suggesting that  he select his committees from  duly elected boards which deal  with the issues of concern.  Bunnies - Guinea Pigs - Black Gerbils  Basilisks - Turtles - Tiger Lizards  Chameleons - Tropical Fish - Cordon  Blue & Lavender Finches - Budgies -  Green Singing Finches  SEE THEM ALL AT GIBSONS ZOO  ^�� *      $Q99  ^-^BABY HAMSTERS    O  Beautiful Easter Plants  POOL FISH  & WATER LILLIES  Many new uifts & souvenirs in stock, exclusive to us - come  & browse - You'll be wishful thinking. . .like us!  455 Marine Drive,  Cibsons  Enter the  Gibsons Landing  Guessing Competition,  You May Win a  Big Chocolate Bunny  886-3812  wm  GIBSONS LANDING  MERCHANTS'ASSOI lATIOf  "I think we're making a  mistake," said Connor, "but  that's the vote."  The discussions about the  Minister of State's letter prompted an angry outburst from  Area C Director Stan Dixon,  who took exception to the attitude he perceived was being  expressed toward the provincial  government. He especially  criticized Gordon Wilson,  whom he accused of using the  issue to promote his personal  politics.  At the conclusion of Dixon's  lengthy lecture, Wilson spoke  once more, insisting that he felt  that he was accurately representing the feelings of this constituents, that he reflected his personal politics no more than Mr.  Dixon, and "1 will not support  government through executive  order."  Timber  harvest  concern  Continued from page 1  have resulted in a recommendation lo the ministry that the  allowable cut in this area be  "drastically reduced".  A representative from the  forest service told the Forestry  advisory committee last fall that  this office can't find enough  large timber for the next 15  years. The principle that the  forest service office has been  operating under is "you don't  cut more in a year than grows in  a year".  This allows for a sustained  cut, which provides steady work  for the logging industry,  avoiding 'boom and bust' situations, and a steady renewal of  the resource which prevents environment damage.  At the Forestry Advisory  Committee, District Manager  Barry Custance told members  that it is, unlikely lhat the  ministry will be reducing the  allowable cut in this area to any  great degree.  In his letter to the SCRD, the  minister confirmed those  statements when he wrote,  "With the expected increase in  volume of timber available for  the SBFEP, the Sechelt District  plans to develop areas in Jervis  Inlet, Deserted River and Brit-  tain River."  CANADA/BRITISH COLUMBIA  FOREST RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT (FRDA)  1985-1990  T  irough FRDA we're renewing and improving  th  e forests of the Vancouver forest region for  \                                                              th  e future. Catching up on the backlog of  si  viculture work and reforestation. And  _f~*\             "1     ���  _.  ���     keeping up to ensure that the  1    of/>liif^6it  I    J^^    region's major resource  v^dicniiiu  \^U^  continues to power the  &  Ml    J  engine of the economy  T>T               ���      ^TT  and our lifestyle.  Keeping Uj  ^   Halfway through the five-year  ~*   agreement, here's what FRDA has  In The Vancouver Forest Region  accomplished in the Vancouver  forest region:  .  - Invested over $9 million in our forests.  m  - Created 40 000 days of employment.  - Improvements on over 57 000 hectares.  - Funded important new research.  - Planted millions of seedlings.  - Weeded, thinned and fertilized new  forests.  FRDA ��� renewing and improving the  forests of the Vancouver forest region  \  ���  now, for the future, for all uses.  For more information, write:  Forest Resource  Development Agreement  1  t                                                1  P.O. Box 4115, Station A  1  vPfP HpjlJ  Victoria, B.C. V8X 3X4  !  :  ���  I^otP  I CanadS BC*B��  Kconomk & Regional Development Agreement  Hon Gerald Merrittiew       Hon. Dave Parker  Minister ol State              Minister ol Forests  (Forestry and Mines)         and Lands  Government ol Canada      Government ol British Columbia  i  Lf*"  This Easter  at GIBSONS LANDING  All kids  of any age  are invited  to  ENTER THE GREAT  JELLYBEAN  COUNTING  CONTEST  �����<*:  \*E3  Someone will  WIN  a GIGANTIC Gibsons Landing  CHOCOLATE BUNNY  ($80���� valuel   (now on display at TRUFFLES)  Here's How:��� ���       1. Take this ad to all of the participating  Gibsons Landing stores listed below.  2. Guesstimate and fill in the number of  jellybeans in the jar at each participating  store. ��� ,  3. Add up your guesstimation and enter your  all-store total in the space provided.  4. Turn in your completed guesstimate at any  one of the participating stores by  Saturday, April 2  5. Closest guesstimate wins the chocolate  bunny. The winner will be notified by  phone.  Name  Phone  GIBSONS LANDING  MERCHANTS  _VVm^m^m^aaa_m9*}ammm am mw gibsons landing    MIKI IKNIS  *SMH IMIIIN =  L__u__m_______ ,,����-���������-�������'��� Coast News, March 28,1988  Do the job right  i imm^Mk.  mm  Make  your house  a home  ARE BEST  and  EVEN BETTER  than ever,  with "1,680" new exciting colours!  '% OFF  All Benjamin Moore Products  MAR. 29 - APR. 16  - Carpets - Vinyl  - Ceramic - Wallpaper  - Levelor Blinds  Floor Coverings Ltd.  Cowrie St., Sechelt 885-2923  \  #t:   nam1"***  C#       b     Vine to h  MOWING!  A FULL LINE OF TORO, SNAPPER, JACOBSEN  Lawn Mowers���=  TORO, STIHL, HOMEUTE GAS & ELECTRIC   ��� Trimmers������  SALES ��� SERVICE ��� REPAIRSl  All Small Engine Sales & Service  =A full line of=  GARDEN & HOME RENTAL EQUIPMENT  AP$ Power Plus Struice  A DIVISION OF  885-4616  5542 Inlet Ave., Sechelt  SEASIDE RENTALS      885-2848  for  HOME  IMPROVEMENT  Ask any  one of our  knowledgeable     ABA  specialists at  UDu  Be sure to check  the great values  in our  Example:  4 cu. ft.  WHEELBARROW  metal tray,  14' pneumatic tire   I  SPRING  SALE  FLYER  886-8141  885-7121  GIBSONS  BUILDING SUPPLIES?  TWO LOCATIONS    su��m��consr wcmht  giiso��s   muUFMtJooimiii  sicntri  ���Mm  Sunshine Coast  Building  Supplies  'AMusis  BUILDING  ^  1988  LTD.  SUPPLIES  CE��e CMMUHI! I  SUPPLING YOU WITH  ��� Lumber      ��� Insulation  ��� Siding ��� Concrete products  ��� Drywall  1356 Wharf Rd., Sechell  885-5818  You've spent all that money  and done all that work...  Now Check  Do you have ENOUGH  of the RIGHT coverage?  SUNSHINE COAST INSURANCE  AGENCIES LTD.  INSURANCE BROKERS & CONSULTANTS  HOMEOWNERS/TENANTS       COMMERCIAL/BUSINESS  Cm&bkmi  GIBSONS BRANCH    #102 Kern's Plaza       SECHELT BRANCH   lereclo Square  886-7751 Hwy 101  Gibsons       885-2291 Sechell  Dependable Workmanship  Quality Materials  by Contour Design  RIGHT HERE on the SUNSHINE COAST  VINYL DECKING  ALUMINUM ��� Railings  ��� Awnings (Roll-up & Fixed)  ��� Patio Covers   Complete line of  CUSTOM WINDOW COVERINGS  ��� Mini & Micro Blinds  ��� Pleated & Vertical Shades  ��� Woven Woods & Window Film  GLASS BLOCK & CERAMICS  ��� Tub/Shower Surrounds  ��� Counter Tops  FLOOR COVERINGS  ��� Carpets ��� Lino  Meticulous aitention to detail by  Stephen Virag  ROLL ENDS  12x17*  Brown Sculptured  12x7'"  Taupv Saxon*/  12*10'  Beige  12x7"  Hod-Cut Pile  I2x1fi  Green  12xfl,u  Natural-Berber  I2xM)  Hot Pink-Heavy Sax  12x9'  Blue-Gray-Berber  12x17"  Plum Sculptured  12x8'  Grey-Brown Com  12x21*  Grey-Heavy Com  12x8'  Cbocolate-b/l Loop  1216"  Tax Saxony  12x6*  Plum Commercial  12x13  Dusty Rose-Frieze  12x17  Brown Oiite  12x7  Grey Saxony  12x37  Beige Cut & Loop  Grass Turf frHr sq. ft,  Carpet Remnants jU sq.ft.  Lino Remnants 3Usq.ft.  And Many, Many More  Enhance  a Plain Window  See Robert  in our drapery  department for  SPECIALTY  TOPPERS  CUSTOM  DRAPES  886-7112  P/YPHF'S vnim DECORATING CENTRE  709 Hwy 101, Gibsons  i_*___,<__.__^-rM.r_  m  ^i  ___*  ______*  *--���-*��� Coast News, March 28,1988  13.  with help from these professionals  improvement  :  Sechelt Home Centre  Spring is Here, Summer is Coming  q\      Keep the Bugs Out!!  ^-0 j? with our  /SWMJ CUSTOM  MADE  SCREENS  (and repair service)  >1?  We are a Full Service Glass Shop  also carrying  ��� Glass and mirrors custom cut  ��� Windows/doors (interior/exterior)  ��� Renovation windows  ��� Overhead garage doors and openers  See us for your NEW CONSTRUCTION or  RENOVATION NEEDS  Wharf Rd., Sechelt (nexl to Golden Cily Restaurant) 885*7090  BUILDING  ySUPPLIES/     ^^^  MR ALL YOUR SPRING LANDSCAPING PROJECTS  ��� Green vinyl chain link  fencing system  ��� Pressure treated  landscaped ties  ��� Assorted patio, -j  blocks plain *&*  & exposed  aggregate  ��� Complete   ,��� ^  selection of '  pressure    ^..v  treated lumber"  -���J*w  Your complete home and building supply store  Francis Peninsula Place  Pender Harbour  883-9551  HOME/.1LL  BUILDING CENTRE  USE  ��� Refrigerators  ��� Ranges  ��� Washers/Dryers  ��� Dishwashers  ��� Microwaves In House SPECIAL  MP 67030  FEATURING:  ��� aulomatic sensor  ��� automatic probe  ��� clock delay sel  ��� pause time minder  ��� 700 walls  Reg.  VTc  OMAN'S  CUUMS  In "Tin Dock", _   115*3318   saw cowrie St., SKiwit   885-3963  Great Values  on Woodworking & Interior  Finishing Materials...  ��� HARDWOODS  ��� PLYWOOD  ��� DOORS (int. & ext  ��� SHELVING  ��� /*"���"V PAINTS  ��� WALLPAPER  ��� CABINET  HARDWARE  ��� VINYL SIDING  & GUTTER  ��_>���_y& STAINS    ��� MUCH MORE  Cedar Products $000  4x4x8' #3 Cedar Posts    W aa.  S9  lC\*  2x4x8' #3 Cedar  while slock lasts  $-150  I   ea.  -THE'  UTERNATIVE  OPEN: Mon. - Fri., 8:10-5:00     Specializing in H^^^^  Sal 9:00-5:00 WOODWORKING & INTERIOR  FINISHING MATERIALS    HWY 101, GIBSONS, 886-3294 mA  The current show at the Arts Centre is artwork front all Ihe schools  on the Sunshine Coast. -Ken Collinsphim  In local meeting  Minister stands firm  on chinook changes  Yes, you can lower your home cleaning time  & bills by using Industrial Quality Products  . �� �� �� GO WHERE COMMERCIAL COMPANIES GO . -  Your Professional Cleaning Store  I  WAREHOUSE  Member ol the  MflOUTE  Group  Green Gable Building  corner Whorl & Teredo  Sechell. B C  885-1967  SAVE     SAVE    SAVE  on vertical & mini GOar<*ces ���  BLINDS u<e^ua  Bring in this ad for our  FREE DRAW for a MINI BLIND  =for your bathroom. Draw date to be announced.--  ,�����&��*  SLIPGUARD  For your bathtub 5 year guarantee  it���  ^Agents for SOLAR FILM & AWNINGS  PROFESSIONAL Carpet, Lino  & Ceramic INSTALLERS  Kendall Agency  Continued from page I  A third recurring theme  throughout the submissions was  the effect of pollutants on the  fish stocks, with one speaker  poinling oul lhal Ihe Grealer  Vancouver Regional District  has just completed a new sewer  main which dumps Ihe effluent  inlo Ihe Strait of Georgia. The  Minisler was asked if his  minislry was working with Ihe  municipalities lo help with Ihe  sewage disposal problem.  "We don't have any evidence  lhal pollution is a major con-  Iribuling factor," replied Siddon, "before we spend millions  of dollars on alternatives, we'd  have to have clear evidence lhal  il would work, and we haven'l  gol thai."  There was obvious hostility  expressed when Area A director  Gordon Wilson made a presen-  lalion lo the minisler. Wilson  questioned Siddon on the lack  of implemenlalion of recommendations made by Ihe Pearce  Commission in 1982, and ihe  lack of local fisheries staff to  enforce ihe new restrictions.  Neither question was  answered al ihe lime bul later in  ihe meeling, as more speakers  raised Ihe lack of staffing issue,  Siddon burst out, "I see Mr.  Wilson shaking his head. If you  have some recommendations  we'd like lo hear Ihem, Mr.  Wilson."  "As a mailer of fact I have  six," replied Wilson moving  loward the microphone provided for speakers.  "You can gel to the back of  the line ihen," replied Siddon.  As the nexl speaker finished  his questioning, Pierre Asselin,  Assislanl Deputy Minisler of  Pacific and Freshwater Fisheries  and masler of ceremonies, informed the meeting lhal ihe  minisler would have lo leave  soon, so Ihere would be lime for  only ihree more speakers.  iv wiui the US  5. Look   al   alternatives   til  closures  6. Increase local fisheries staff.!  wfi*5KUM'"b -  Man. Gibsons,  or phone 886-3932 or 886-8323  There was a rapid reshuffling  ai ihe back of the line as people  moved over to let Gordon  Wilson into ihird place.  The si,\ recommendations  which Wilson presented were  concise and lo the poinl:  1. Sel up a collective managemeni agreement wilh ihe BC  Forest Service lo maintain a��d  manage spawning streams.  2. Improve managemeni of  herring slocks  3. Differentiate between  charier operators and "car top)  pers" in regulations  4. Re-examine the salmon trea-j  IV wilh Ihe US        ^^^^^  5. Look al alternatives tti  clt  6. Increase ^^^^^^^^^^  Siddon assured ihe audience]  lhal, while several more reslric-!,  lions are being considered, in-;  eluding restrictions on equip-;  menl and temporary closures in  some areas, ihe alternatives  would be discussed with af-j  fecled groups and only some of j  ihem, nol all, would be imposed i  afler consultation. !.  He pointed oul lhal Ihe!  Department of Fisheries and  Oceans lias 8(X) personnel in Ihis;  region, costing $130,000,000  annually. However, afler some]  debaic, Siddon said he hadn'i J  realized thai the local fisheries!  office was down lo one officer. 1  Soulh Coasl  Area Managei  Paul Sprout addressed llicqucs- !  lion, apologising for Ihe delay  in replacing a second fisheries  officer  who left   lasl   fall,  Ik  cited   budget   constraints  and  assured Wilson thai a second  officer will be appointed lo Ihis ;  aiea in Ihe ncai Inline.  However, Wilson pointed oul  |  to ihe Coast News later thai Ihe  Regional Board had written Sid-  don some lime ago Informing  him of the stalling situation.  And MP Ray Skeliy has lold !  Ihis paper lhal Iwlce, he has per- '  sonally broughl the malter lo i  ihe attention of the Minister.  SWIMMING POOLS  SPAS  Built-in Vacuums  Specialty Roofs  30 YEARS EXPERIENCE  ON THE COAST SINCE 1963  TSo^~  INIBLm.  Free Estimates 14.  Coast News. March 28,1988  .ullaby Lady', by Pat Carfra, will be entertaining young and old alike at Klphinstone gym on April 9.  jSenior officers leaving  SD #46 staff changes  !;��� Roy Mills, Secrelary-  ���Treasurer of School Dislricl 46  Knee I974, is retiring on March  ���31. School Trustees and olher  {friends enlerlained Mills ai a lea  Jrecenily al Elphinstone Secon-  Pdary School and paid tribute lo  rliis years of service lo Ihe  Jpislricl. A resident of Roberls  Breek, Mills is a boating en-  Husiasl and is looking forward  f[o spending lime on ihe  catamaran lhal he has jusi  ���finished building.  TIM ANDERSON  The new Secretary-Treasurer,  Tim Anderson, comes to the  Sunshine Coasl from  Vanderhoof, where he held lhal  posl for School Dislricl 56  (Nechako).  The School Board has also  announced ihe appointment of  Clifford Smith as ihe new  Disirici Superintendent of  School Dislricl 46. Smith will  lake over on August 1 on the  relirenienl of Ihe presenl  Disirici Superintendeni An  Holmes.  Smith conies lo the Sunshine  Coasl from School Dislricl 75  (Mission), where he is presently  ihe Assisiani Superintendeni of  Schools, responsible for personnel and special education. He  was bom in Mauritius, and  received his education in Fiji,  Ihe UK and Malawi. He came  10 Canada in 1964 and attended  UBC, graduating with a BA in  history, and the University of  Victoria, where he acquired a  Master of Education in Education Administration.  Smith   has   had   extensive)  Aquaculture grads  Friday was a big day for 19  sludenls al an eiglil and a hall  rhomb aquaculture technician  jfcogram at Capilano College in  Sechell when ihey finally received iheir certificates.  " Al the informal ceremony,  Dr. Don French of Moore-  Clark, staled, "There is a shor-  lage of good personnel," in Ihe  industry. Capilano College  President Douglas Jardine was  on hand lo congratulate  sludenls.  Following ihe distribution of  certificates a more frivolous  mood was pursued with the giving of "fun" type awards for  filings like flamboyant dress  throughout ihe year and the cut-  ling of a cake.  This course was Ihe firsl of ils  kind and instructors anticipate  il being offered again nexl year.  Continuing Education  School District 46 (Sunshine Coasl)  SPRING '88  PROGRAMS  Call 886-8841 for information and registration  (883 area residents can call 8857871. Loc. 21)  OFFICE HOURS:   10:30 - 7:00 pm Monday to Thursday  9:00 - 4:00 pm Friday  PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIKF.D FOR ALL CLASSES  Please Note: We Will Be CLOSING AT 4:30  DURING THE SPRING BREAK  NEW FOR SPRING  ��� Adult Learning Disabilities  ��� Helping Communication  ��� Stories from the Hearts of Seniors  ��� The New Parent and Story Telling  j# Computer for the Absolute Novice  ��� Learning Your Apple HE  ��� Gardening Clinic  ��� Gold Panning  ��� Herbs - From Garden to Kitchen  ��� Outboard Maintenance  ��� Know Your Bicycle  ��� Trail Riding (Mountain Bikes)  CONTINUING PROGRAMS  9 Learning Centre  ��� GED Testing  ��� English Second Language  ��� ABLE  ��� Working with 6-9 yr. old (SETA)  ��� Introduction to Amateur Radio (Continuation)  ��� Birding  ��� Fitness Classes  t Folk Dancing  ��� French for Seniors  ��� Conversational French  ��� Hike with John Hind Smith  ��� Karate  ��� Magic of Oil Painting  ��� Natural History on the Sunshine Coast  ��� Peace Films  ��� Learning to Serge  ��� Spanish for Seniors  a) Conversational Spanish  a) Spanish for Tourists  ��� Yoga  leaching experience. He was  Principal al Pleasanl Valley  Secondary School, Vice-  Principal at Soulh Peace Secondary School, Principal al  Ucluelei Elementary School and  laughl Grades 4 to 12 in Fori St.  .lohn and Porl Alberni.  He is interested in music,  theatre, skiing, squash, tennis,  books, tinkering with cars and  bicycles and travel.  Smith's wife Linda is a  former elementary school principal and now leaches Grade .1  pan lime in Abbotsford.  The Smilhs have four  children, Megan 14, Claire 12,  Gresham 10 and Blake 8.  Megan and Claire are in ihe  regular English program and  enjoy music, drama and sporls.  Gresham and Blake arc in a  French Immersion Program  and are keen on sporls.  Koch  looks  ahead  "Il is going lo be an exciting  six months," says Sechell  Mayor Bud Koch concerning  the many municipal projects  starting to lake shape.  Block 7 is Mill ihe big one on  Koch's mind bul ihere also is  the golf course, the airport expansion and the canal study.  According lo Koch the land  has become available for the  golf course for a dollar a year  and the Minister of State has  come up with $40,000 for a  canal study. The final airport  expansion reporl should be  ready by April 15.  Mayor Koch lold Ihe Coast  News on Friday thai he envisioned Block 7 coming aboul  through a joinl venture with  "offshore money". Al first he  was vague about where the  money would come from bul  finally conceded il would be  from somewhere in the Pacific  Rim.  "There could be up lo len  families involved," he said explaining lhal Ihese are people  who wanted to gain citizenship  by bringing money Into Ihe  country.  "Bul it's not likely lhat any  of Ihem would come lo  Sechell," Koch said. They  would probably settle instead in  either Toronto or Vancouver.  "These people are looking  for long term investment and  are satisfied with a far lower  return on their money," he  said. "They do nol, however,  wanl to go inlo an area unin-  viied or unwanted."  Koch admitted, however,  thai he had yel lo gain the participation of either ihe Departmenl of Immigration or the  Ministry of Economic Development.  Once completed, though, it  would lie in with Rockwood  Lodge and help make Sechell a  destination point he said.  As far as Ihe canal sludy  goes, Koch said he would be approaching the federal governmenl for matching funds.  SPECIAL  Liqueur Eggs  ��� Grand Marnier ��� Kaluha  * Bailey's Irish Cream  Giant ��� B52 Eggs  ina i. JSon JDoni  Cowrie St.. Sechell 885'  (next to Sechelt Supermarket}  with a host of Great Accessories  We invite you to come in and see our  NEW ARRIVALS  off;  accessories  until April 1  2wt Jorft Boutique efft  Hwy 101,  Sechell  885-3132  PENDER HARBOUR  DIESEL CO. LTD.  Diesel Engine Rebuilding  Industrial Parts  Hwy 101, f_,t_t*_\  t%e__\_*  Madeira Park OOO-ZOlO  UPMSHAPI  is again=  PEN SUNDAYS���"  10 am until 4 pm for your convenience  Hair Care Services  Skin Care Services  TANNING.  10  - with the NEW bulbs  from Germany for even  better results!  30 min. sessions ONLY  ����  JACUZZI -  FLOTATION TANK-  SAUNA - STEAM BATH  Seniors!  *700  Shampoo & Set I  WED. & THURS. ONLY  R OPEN LATE THURS. & FRI.  supmsham tasr  Corner ul Cowrie 8. Inlet, Sechell  885-2818  What does it  take to be a  Foster Parent?  ������'flic same  care, the same  love, the same  scolding  give my own  children.������  George and Lucille Hill  faster Parenls - 5years  Stephen mill Vanessa Morfell  Foster Parents - ."jivars  ������If you've  raised your  own kids you  have a lot Of  skills not listed  on any sheets  ofpaper.M  Foster Parents are warm, loving, everyday people who care for someone  else's child on a temporary basis until parents and child can be reunited.  You don't need to be a supermom or a superdad. Most people already have  the basic knowledge and skills to provide the loving, stable, home environment  foster children need.  And if those children respond, it's the most satisfying feeling you'll  ever experience.  Do you have what it takes? lb find out, call:  mom_9m(]  0  Province of British Columbia  Ministry ot Social Services and Housing  Honourable Claude Richmond, Minister  FOSTER CARE  British Cohtmbui \  *\  SCRD welcomes  Canfor partner  Coast News, March 28,1988  15.  The Canadian Navy lost its grip last week when lowering Ihe  gangplank at Ihe governmenl wharf in Gibsons.     ��� Vem Ellloit photo  More Wood Bay  The Sunshine Coasl Regional  District is again dealing with  complaints made against Wood  Bay Salmon Farms by its  neighbour, Mae Richardson. At  last week's meeling of the  Regional Board a letter was  received from Richardson in  which he complained that  "Wood Bay Salmon Farms had  fish delivered to their farm on  March 18, 1988 by Ihe ship  named 'Golden Fleece'. At 3:30  am they started up a large pump  mounted on the deck of the  Golden Fleece and pumped fish  through a large pipe (approximately 8 inch diameter) from  the boat to the farm pens. This  makes considerable noise sufficient to make sleeping difficult  or impossible. This carried on  until seven am al which time 1  leave for work."  When contacted by the Coast  News, the person answering the  phone at Wood Bay explained  that the company would ralher  not make comments on Ihe  allegations, and lhat no one  with the authority lo do so was  in the office.  THE  BUSHWHACKER  Still Here  Still Blackberries'  N0.1 ENEMY  & a serious threat to tall  /���^ grass,   brush,   smaller  trees, taller trees & any  unwanted vegetation.  Lot Clearing ���  BUSHWHACKER  Services  \      885-7421  In his letter, Richardson went  on to say, "It now appears that  complaints against the company  only bring on retributive actions  of this nature.  "1 have no intention of being  driven from my home by the incompetence of various levels of  government and/or the arrogant and possible vindictive  actions of this company."  The board is still awaiting  documentation from Wood Bay  which would verify their claim  that they fall under a legal nonconforming status, regarding  alleged infractions of by-law  ta(A.  Foster  Parent  Committee  The Volunteer Action Centre  is looking for interested people  to sit on a steering committee to  assist in the recruitment of new  foster parents, and to help  educate the public about foster  parenting.  The aim of the committee is  to bring our community to  understand the need, accept  responsibility for the problem  and be involved in finding solutions through a variety of  recruitment and public  awareness activities over Ihe  next 12 months.  The local Ministry of Social  Services and Housing and the  Foster Parents Association will  act as resources for the committee.  Those who have an interest in  the Foster Parent program and  who would like to give a small  amount of time - perhaps one  meeting per month - should call  Ihe Volunleer Action Centre at  885-5S81.  BEJQQ  YOUR BUSINESS RESOURCE CENTRE  Meet with DAVE McGREGOR  on Wednesday, March 30th,  at DRIFTWOOD INN, Sechelt. Tel: 885-5811  to discuss your buslness's financial needs or  for information on the Bank's Financial Services, Management Counselling, Seminars,  Clinics and Government Assistance Programmes.  Call North Vancouver: 666-7703  for an appointment  _  La Banque ollie ses services  dans les deux langues olficielles  BACKING INDEPENDENT BUSINESS  ��  Federal Butinen      Banque federate  Development Bank   de developpement  CanadS  Area E Director Jim Gurney  is grateful lo Canadian Forest  Products for sending a  representative to a meeting of  the Sunshine Coast Regional  District (SCRD) board lo explain Canfor's situation regarding the upgrading of pollution  controls. He is grateful for the  fact that over the years they  have kept operating during  some hard financial times. And  he is grateful for the new expansion at the Port Mellon pulp  mill which is the result of  merger with OJ1 Paper of  Tokyo.  Al last week's meeting of the  regional board, he put forth a  motion that the SCRD write a  letter expressing appreciation  for those things. Gurney lold  Ihe meeling that "OJI is feeling  apprehensive aboul community  reaction to the proposed expansion, and we should send ihem a  letter expressing our appreciation for investing in our community, and for the commitment that Canadian Forest Products has shown to this community over the years."  The motion was seconded by  Gibsons Mayor Diane Strom,  but questioned by Gordon  Wilson. "If the intent is to let  OJI paper know they're  welcome here, 1 agree. But, I  don'l think il should be related  in any way Io Mr. Stewarl's  presenlaiion to the board."  Mr. Stewart's presentation at  Ihe board meeting was part of  an endeavour by Canfor lo have  an exlension granted on iheir  pollution control upgrading to  correspond with new construclion being done al the site which  will introduce an entirely new  system.  "Has Ihe Town of Gibsons  senl Ihem a letter where they're  doing that?" Director Stan Dixon questioned Diane Strom.  Strom admilled thai they  hadn't, bul said Ihey had met  with Canfor representatives  several limes aboul the new expansion, and Ihe company was  aware of Ihe town's support.  The board agreed to write lo  OJI paper letting them know  thai they are a welcome addition lo the Sunshine Coasl.  FASHION SHOW  THE TOTAL WOMAN  &&  April 12,13  S.I.B.Hall  PRIZES  Time: 7:30 pm j  Tickets $12  TICKETS AT: fusl For You, Silks S. Uie jrid Seaview Market  Proceeds to Bursaries & B.P.W.C. Education Fund  Drop off you,  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  We Will MATCH Or BETTER  ANY PRICE in B.C.  New 2 bedroom 14' wide  $24,450M  SHOP-AT-HOME SERVICE  Mobile Home Servicing  New Doors  ��� New Windows  Re-levelling  Skirting  MOBILE HOME SALES  Come in & talk to us now  CHAPMAN CREEK  HOMES l��m  4496 Hwy. 101, 00_    _nCr  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek      OOD-JZlKiJ  \  April is cancer month and last week volunteers were at both Trail  Bay and Sunnycrest Malls selling daffodils to raise funds for  search. _ KcnCollln*phaiu  USED BUILDING SUPPLIES  Quality, used lumber, bricks, windows, lights, plumbing, etc  P A m UMD BUILDINQ MATERIALS  11947 Tannery Rd., Surrey  MONDAY-SATURDAY BM-1311  We also buy used building materials  School District No. 46 (Sunshine Coast)  KINDERGARTEN  REGISTRATION  Parents of pupils entering kindergarten in  September 1988 are asked to tegister 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 of 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.  Evo's Last Exposure  "...but you haven't seen the end of me'  ��� Thanks for 7 fun years, Evo ���  SECHELT  Tri-Photo  Your 1 Hour Photo Store and More  885-2882 16.  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The Sunshine  in  Second Section  No more in-camera  EDC opens meetings  Tt --- ��-*.�����  The press was again invited to  attend meetings of the  Economic Development Commission last week, after a policy  set at a previous meeting lo  meet only in-camera was reconsidered and withdrawn.  Two issues were discussed  before the press was allowed inlo the meeting, and Chairman  Maurice Egan filled reporters in  on whal had been discussed.  A tentative selection has been  made on a new Economic  Development Officer, and a  final decision may be announced as eary as next week. The  commission has been operating  without paid staff since Irene  Lugsdin lefl lasl September.  The commission also accepted the resignation of Bob  Mason, who ran the Small  Business Centre. Egan explained that the centre will be temporarily closed while the commission finds a new manager.  He suggested that by reducing  the operating hours, the centre  may be able to stay open wilh its  current funding until August.  The Economic Development  Commission and the Sefchelt  Chamber of Commerce have  decided to form a partnership to  produce a high-quality infofma-  tion booklet about the Sunshine  Coasl. The idea came (rom  Chamber of Commerce  employee, Gail Sangers, (who  managed io acquire $20,00t) in  funding for compiling data for  Ihe booklet.  The Economic Development  Commission agreed last weak to  fund the printing of the borjklel  and io hire a production  manager.  Chamber representative Ronnie Paetkau explained that; the  publication would be high  quality and would include such  diverse information as what  schools are in the area, medical  facilities, and economic sectors.  The booklet would be sent to  people requesling information  on the Sunshine Coast, who  might be interested in moVing  here or establishing a business in  this area.  Chief Tom Paul (left) took over the 'mike' for a few moments last  Tuesday at a public meeting where Federal Fisheries Minisler Tom  Siddon (right) presented Syd Quinn (centre) with a plaque recogniz-  Among trustees  ing the contribution of the Sechelt Indian Band to salmonid  enhancement. -Penny Fuller photo  Blood Donors  Blood Donor Clinics will be held this week. People wishing  lo donate blood may attend at the Sechelt Legion, on Monday, March 28 from 2 pm to 8 pm, or the Gibsons Legion on  Thursday, March 31 between 1:30 pm and 6:30 pm.  School budget causing concern  On March 11, the Board of  School   Trustees   adopted   a  preliminary    budget, , of,  | $14,938,979, a 9.63 petcehHtp  , crease over last year's figure of  $13,626,873. This would result  in a tax rate of 9. II for 1988, an  'increase of 16.3 percent over  last year's rate of 7.83.  But at the March 23 meeting,  trustees decided to rethink these  figures. Handing over the gavel,  Chairman Maureen Clayton  proposed to reduce the budget  by $500,000. "Last year" said  Clayton, "we got caught up.  We should not expect taxpayers  to support such a large increase  two years in a row. This will still  leave us with a budget of  $1,100,000."  Trustee Lynn Chapman questioned the reasons for the increase. "1 will be willing to support you" she said to Clayton,  "if I can be sure no essential  services will be cut. We need a  review to find out what is going  on."  Community  Futures  appoints  Chairman Bill McKinnon announces the appointment of  Sharon Sawchuk as  manager/coordinator of the  Sunshine Coasl Community  Futures Committee. The appointment became effective  March 14, 1988.  The Community Futures  Committee was established in  order to assess the economic  needs of the Sunshine Coast. A  strategy for recovery will be  developed followed by an implementation phase.  Mrs. Sawchuk is a recent arrival to the coast and was  previously employed by the Ontario Ministry of Municipal Affairs as a Community Planner  responsible for physical  revitalization programs in five  Ontario counties. She has also  held the position of coordinator for the Downtown  Imprbvement Area in Niagara  Falls, Ontario.  A strong believer in community activity, Ms Sawchuk  has been active with the Sechelt  Food Bank and the Sunshine  Coast Aquaculture Association.  She is currently a tutor in the  ABLE (Adult Basic Education)  program.  Trustee Pat Stewart summed  it up by saying "We need public  support,. A majqr tax increase at  this time is not in the best interests of the District."  In other School Board news,  discussing a further request by  the Parents Group of Pender  Harbour Secondary School lo  ban student smoking, the Board  decided that it would not be  necessary to change the regulations, as the means to effect the  ban already exist. Smoking in  schools is only permitted in  'designated area', so it would  only mean that the school  would need to eliminate the  designated area to effectively  ban smoking in the school.  A letter from the B.C. School  Trustees' Association informed  the Board that their motions for  the upcoming Annual General  Meeting have been included in  the agenda. The local Board  proposed that the Ministry provide funding for counsellors in  elementary schools and that  ICBC re-introduce incentives  for persons who take driver  training programs.  A letter from the Sechelt Indian Band disclosed that they  will soon be seeking a meeting  with the Board to discuss the  nature and jurisdiction of the  Sechelt Indian Government  District and the developmental  operations over which it will  have control.  The Vancouver Foundation is  again providing the District with  a grant of $1000 from their Arts  in Education program. Trustee  Pat Stewart proposed that the  Board look into the possibility  of obtaining grants from other  groups such as the Koerner  Foundation.  The Board approved a request by the Give Peace a Dance  project to approach local high  schools for support.  The B.C. Ambulance Service  requested endorsement of their  Ride of Your Life Program,  whereby ambulance attendants  provide a free chauffeur service  to students' during graduation  weekends in June. The Board  approved, though not without  misgivings. Said Superintendent  Holmes, "Is the Board endorsing behaviour which is less than  salutory?" Al Loyd agreed.  "Are we saying...'it's alright to  go out and get tanked up on  grad night because we'll give  you a ride home...'?"  The question of daily PE in  the schools came in for lengthy  discussion. Holmes pointed out  to the Board that the Ministry  guidelines for PE are often difficult to put into practice due to  complications in scheduling  gym time and the need to fit in  other special subjects. The  Board endorsed a plan to assist  principals and teachers to find  more gym time and to upgrade  teacher's qualifications in PE  education.  Gramma's Sizzling  Char-broiled New York Steak  with all the trimmings  Fri. & Sat., April 1 & 2  6 - 9 pm  Head of the Gov't Wharf. Gibsons  PUP  COLD BEER & WINE STORE  HOl)ftS  EFFECTIVE APRIL 1, 1988  Mon. - Sat. 9 am - 11 pm  Sunday      11 am - 11 pm  Wfee Searching For A Heart Of Gold  L\ilSrao&r ,,JW      *it*'>^  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  I *  Air Canada's "Heart of Gold" Award  in partnership with your community newspaper  Air Canada's "Heart of Gold" Award  today. It's time we all said thanks.  Complete the form below and  include a note, or letter, giving the special  reasons why you feel the person you're  nominating makes your community a  better place to live.  Mail it to:  Air Canada's  "Heart of Gold" Award,  c/o The COAST NEWS,  Box 460,  Gibsons, B.C. VON IVO  1  I  My nominee for Air Canada's "Heart of Gold" Award is:  Nominee'! name:  Ci.y:  AIR CANADA  Telephone *: I  Nominee mutt be 19 yean of age or over.      *  W'l  ���<i 18.  Coast News, March 28.1988  LEISURE  Pott Theresa reads to a rapt audience at the Harbourside Poetrv  and li/i Evening Kridav nighl al the Pender Harbour School of  Music. M.nk'NiiK'hi'Mcr iihiiin  ROBERTS CREEK LEGION  Branch 219  The LitHe Legion  CLOSED ��r  a^^ Friday, April 1st  *^f    SATURDAY. APRIL 2ND       Jh  ^ Dance to the  fA*   Jj Romantic Music of  ���     ���    Nikki Weber & Co.  Members .\ Cue*t- Welcome  THIS WEEKEND  April 1st and 2nd  CEDARS  GREAT GREAT  Bert Peters...Guitar Ron lohnston...Piano  lohn Forrest...Bass Ro\ St\tfe...Sa\  These wide/v recognized lazz musicians are verv popular  Hou the\ play...and what the\ pla\ is  GREAT GREAT DANCE MUSIC  It should be Standing Room Only so  come early  FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHT  Coming April 9th  31 the Curling Rink  BOXING ASSOCIATION'S 2ND  ANNUAL SMOKER  886-81  Payes From A Life Loy  An actor's  commitment  by Peler Trower  Nick Mancuso's initial film, a  low budget Canadian production was not exactly an auspicious credit. "It was actually a  filmed play called Red Emma,  by Carol Polk. Alan king  directed the production. Il was  a musical and ii didn'l hang  together too well. Thai was my  firsl lime in front of the  cameras."  In 1T6. Mancuso made his  second film, ihe George Bloom-  field CBS production of Clifford Odei's Paradise Lost. He  played the pivotal role of  Kevvpie and il broughl him to  national attention for Ihe first  time. "Thai was a much better  property. 1 had a chance to  work with some real pros like  Nerimiah Persoff and Helen  Burns. Il was an opportunity to  show what I could really do and  il broughl me a lot of recognition."  On the strength of his good  reviews. Mancuso began hanging around New York and got  to know such luminaries as  Robert De Niro, aboul whom,  he has some very definite opinions. "I met De Niro when he  was in training for Raging Bull.  He irained as a boxer for ihree  years before ihey even made the  picture. Then ihey had lo close  down for six monihs while De  Niro gained ihe weight io play  ihe lasl half.  "I like Bobby De Niro very  much hut I don'l like everything  he does. I like him in Martin  Scorcese films but, to tell you  the truth, he irritates me in a loi  of olher roles. In Deer Hunter,  he played a Ukranian and he  seemed about as Slavic as ihe  New York Times. In The last  Tycoon, he played a Jewish  immigrant and he wasn'l convincing there either.  "I had a chance to link in  with Martin Scorcese myself  around this same period. We  met several times and kicked  around film ideas bul unforlu-  nately, nothing ever came of  ii".  In 1978, Nick Mancuso gol  an important break. Director  .Anhur Hiller chose him for a  starring role in Nightwing. a  thriller based on a best-selling  novel dealing with actual vampire bats and the threatened  decline of the .American Indian.  Children  and Poetry  Theresa kishkan is a Pender  Harbour poet with a gift for inspiring children io write. She  ran iwo very successful  workshops in prose writing  earlier this year and on March  29 at the Arts Centre she will be  encouraging children lo write  poetry in a two and a half hour  workshop session for seven to  ten year olds. Riddles, lim-  mericks, concrete poetry and  chants: differenl forms will be  explored and attempted. The  fee is $6 and kids can reeister bv  cathng 885-541: or 883-2377.  ���, J^ "Easter Season  <^g Celebrations"  "       ��.��:       ��Ruby Lahe  "W  Thurs.,       Good Friday. April I  Featuring our 2nd Anniversary  Vl Price Night     or our PRIME RIB NIGHT   'or Seniors 2 ,or ,ne Price ��* 1  Saturday. April 2  Coffee and Desert  FREE with all dinners  Easter Sunday, April 3  ��� Ham  ��� Lamb  ��� Roast Beet  S1095  per person  Sunday Brunch  9:00 A.M. -2:00 P.M.  Evening Smorgasbord  5:00 P.M. - 9:00 P.M.  Monday, April 4  Fabulous Brunch  9:00 A.M. - 2:00 P.M.  __^e^  The film was produced by Columbia Pictures and brought the  Canadian actor tcP Hollywood  for ihe first time. The resultant  picture was a flaw and did poorly at the box office but it was  still an important milestone in  Mancuso's career. It was his  first big budget American film.  It also brought him into contact  with many important people in  the business.  " l ran inlo Jack Nicholson  when I first went io Hollywood.  He'd jusi done One Flew Over  The Cuckoo's Nest'. I had some  dumb idea lhal he'd copped oul  and I lold him so. 1 don'l know  why I ihoughi thai. I was full of  crap in ihose years.  "I mei Fred Asiaire purely  accidentally, twas on a street-  corner in Beverley Hills. I was  supposed to help a friend out at  an audition and I didn'l have a  watch. 1 saw this elderly  gentleman shuttling by and asked him if he had the lime. He  slopped, came towards me and  pointed al his vvrisl. I guess  ihere was somelhing wrong wiih  his other arm. His face was  turned a bil away from me bui I  noticed he was impeccably  dressed. I pulled back his sleeve  and looked at his watch. Ii was  a really expensive watch. Then I  focussed on his face and realized who he was I said 'Thank  you but you're...you're...' It  was Fred Astaire.  "He jusi gave a smile and a  sort of wave and walked away  again. His back was still straight  and his legs were still fluid. Such  a cool old dude. Fabulous!"  "I had ihe opportunily to  meel Harold Hecht. He is one  of ihe greal old lime producers.  He did Marty, Sweet Smell of  Sucess, The Crimson Pirate and  a lot of good films. We became  good friends. He was  marvellous and had a real  knowledge of Ihe medium. He  knew all aboul writing, directing, choreography and  everything. Hecht worked his  way up from the bonom and  learned every aspect of the  business. But he couldn't get a  film off the ground today."  To be continued...  $ GIBSONS LEGION    B;?0n9ch  $at, April M  9-1  /uuitf��s  V EMBERS .<. GUESTS WELCOME  art  Re-opening for the Season  Friday, Apr. 1  SPECIAL  Sunday, April 3  Roast Leg of Lamb  As well as our regular menu  Reservations Recommended  ffiorii Slim 0 S1  Hwv 101. just past Secret Cove  Reservations 885-7038  THE|  soxestsas  Invites you to join them for  Easter Sunday Brunch  10:00 am - 2:00 pm  S095  *J      per person  Easter Evening Buffet  5:00 pm - 9:00 pm  S095  O      per person  ��� Variety of salads ��� Spareribs  ��� Roast Beef ��� Seafood  Reservations Recommended  DON'T FORGET  Specials every Friday and Saturday  Evening Including Salad Bar  Hwy. 101 WibonOeek   885-2933  RESERVATIONS     883-2269  y  Saturday, April 9trr  Gibsons Curling Club  A 6-BOUT CARD OF  INTERNATIONAL AMATEUR  BOXERS  Including the Sunshine Coast's  very own Champ. TOW DUFFY  ^  RINGSIDE SEATS  *50����  V.I.P. LOUNGE SEATS  $4000  Includes Buttet Dinner  Doors Open at 5 pm  GENERAL ADMISSION  (no dinner included!  $!Ooo  Doors open at 6 pm  TICKETS ON SALE AT:  Nicks's Shell. Cibsons Meat Market. Cedars Pub, Walven  Autobody, Seaview Market. Sunshine GM. Cibsons Buildinw;  Supplies ��� Sechelt Big Mac's Superette  ^  JJ  mm On the Arts Beat  Coast News, March 28,1988  19.  Not many feature films from  the People's Republic of china  have been seen in the West so  film buffs will not want to miss  Border Town to show at the  Arts Centre on March 30 at 8  pm.  This lyrical film was made in  1984 when director Ling Zifeng.  adapted a Shen Congwen novel  for the screen. It concerns family tragedy but it is visually stunning with its concentration on  the mountainous landscape  locations   of   West   Hunan.  Zifeng respects the tone of Congwen's original work by maintaining a deliberate pace to construct a film with cumulative  power.  Admission is $3.50, $3 for  seniors and students at the  door.  EINSTEIN  Don't forget to order your  tickets for the April 17 performance of Einstein. The good  seats are going fast. Call Sandie  at 885-3891 to order yours and  for more information.  Enjoy  This Week's  Special  Easter Sunday Special  Featuring Buffet   11:00 am - 3:00  5:00 pm - 9:00  FILET  MIGNON  With all the trimmings  We will be CLOSED  Easter Sunday  OPEN LATE EVERY NITE  2 Locations to Serve You  PRONTO'S  ililllllllilililllliMilllMlJMllilPii  Rnu way you Slice it  the Classifieds bring results! ���  Two students on spring break went to the Hunter Gallery in Lower  Gibsons last weekend to look at the paintings by Noreen Marshall  and Wendy Simmonds which will be on display until April 4.    ���Vem Elliott pboto  Rhythms of Life  Slow down Aries  by Penny Fuller  If there's anything harder  than trying to stop a person  with their Sun in Aries (March  22 to April 21) it's being a person with their Sun in Aries trying to fight your way through  all the people trying to hold you  back. It also hurts like the  dickens running through all  those blockades head first.  If you were born when the  Sun was passing through Aries,  you know what you want; you  know where you should be;  what you can't understand is  why your nearest and dearest  friends seem so 'unsupportive'.  The fact is, that if you could  slow down just a tad, you'd see  that your friends and family are  attempting to suggest alternate  routes around the obstacles so  that you can arrive at your  destination with fewer bruises  and black eyes.  Pointing out obstacles to you  is not necessarily an act designed to restrain you. But you have  to realize that your excessive  energy and apparent lack of  concern for niggling details sort  of worries those around you.  The trick is to learn how to  control and direct that energy so  that it works for you. A planning stage and clearly set goals  can help you to avoid confusion  and unnecessary dissipation of  your energy.  Cable 11  Coast Cable  THURSDAY, MARCH 31  6:00 p.m.  Sunshine Coast Music Fesiival  Honours Performance  Coast Cable TV presents full  coverage of the honours performance at Elphinstone on March  18.  7:45 p.m.  Guiding on the Coasl  A Diamond Anniversary  Paulettc Sheldon hosts a look  at the Girl Guides on the coast  with interviews with Brownies,  Guides, Pathfinders and some  of the people behind the scenes.  Maryanne West hosts a look  at guiding in the past with Len  and Betty Allen, Fran Heppell  [West], Denise Lee [Quarry],  Merrilee Mulligan [Olson] and  Wendy Inglis. Taped on location at the old Guide Hall in  Roberts Creek.  ESP TV is taking a well  deserved break from their  regular Wednesday night show.  Tune in next week at 7:00 pm  when ESP TV returns.  Remember, the object of the  exercise is to accomplish your  goals, not to win a war. You  may have to control your  tongue and use diplomacy in  some instances. This is not  'playing their game', it's just  plain smart. When Frank  Sinatra sang 'I did it my way',  he sang it to a soft melody  -right? No drums, no bagpipes.  The point is to reach your  goal, not slay the dragons on  the way. Perhaps, when about  to handle a situation where you  know that you're angry, you  should prepare by rehearsing  the upcoming scene with a non-  Aries friend. He or she can  point out when your approach  is liable to obscure the issue and  make you unnecessary enemies,  or simply turn people off.  By accepting help of this kind  from your friends, you might  discover that life is not  necessarily the battleground  that you've thought it was.  iiiiim.itiMninimi  SUPPDRT the 2nd Annual Sunshine Coast  BOXING CLUB SMOKER  Saturday, April 8th Gibsons Curling Club  TICKETS AT:  Nick's Shell, Gibsons Meat Market, Cedars Pub, Walven Autobody, Seaview Market, Sunshine CM, Cibsons Building Supply  Superette.  Sechell, Big Mac  ��� lifll^lllllllllllflHtlifllt  J  Your guide to  the finest in  area dining  '.'���'!       '                                                      ,.' ��� ,"'\'  pp-    imm*mw���w'  ________     ��*               *  iBBI  j  A listing of  restaurants  and pubs  Twwl��(  I find it difficult to spend time in dimly lit places in  daylight hours. One of the nicest things about eating at the  Cedars Pub is that you get to enjoy the sunny (we were  lucky) greenery of their tropical arboretum, presided over  by the glorious giant brass parrot. Right away one feels  relaxed and away from it all.  And then the food arrives. The Cedars has one of the  most complete and varied lunch menus on the coast, and it  includes six dinner entrees and a weekend and holiday  brunch menu, too.  I simply can't resist the shrimp and cheese croissant,  ($4.95) and this time chose the crispy fresh salad as accompaniment rather than the Cedar's great fries or soup. The  shrimp was very fresh and plentiful, the croissant flakey,  and the dill pickle was a beaut I This just may be my very  favourite lunch.  My companion chose one of new chef Robert Wilson's  (formerly of Vancouver's 'Salvador Deli') daily specials,  Breaded Pork Cutlets, served with mashed potatoes and  lots of gravy, apple sauce and salad ($3.95), preceeded by  thick and spicy country rice soup ($1.95) almost a hearty  meal in itself. He had intended eating only part of the bowl  of soup to leave room for the main course, but couldn't  stop, and from the delicious spoonful he gave me, I knew  why. When he could be persuaded to stop eating his main  course and talk, "entirely satisfying, perfect" and a  number of "mmm's" were all he could say. All that was  left for Manners the Butler was a spoonful of potatoes, the  portions are that generous.  Anyone who enjoys good food should visit the Cedars at  the first opportunity. The selection is wonderful, the quality and presentation first-class, and the taste is delicious!!  Average meal prices quoted do not include liquor.  Creek House - Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated yet  casual atmosphere. We serve rack .of  lamb, duck, crab, clams, scallops, steaks,  also daily specials. Reservations recommended. Roberts Creek Road and Beach  Avenue - 885-9321. Open 6 pm. Closed  Mondays & Tuesdays. V. MC. 40 seats.  Jolly Roger Inn - overlooking  beautiful Secret Cove. Wednesday  through Sunday evening specials from 5  pm. This week, Pepper Steak, including  choice of Caesar Salad or French Onion  Soup, Coffee or Tea, $8.95 per person.  Sunday Breakfast and Lunch, 10 am - 2  pm. 85 seals and lounge. V��� MC. Hwy  101, Secret Cove. For reservations please  call 885-7184.  The Omega Pizza, Steak And  Lobster House - with a perfect view  of Gibsons marina, and a good time at-  NK.HT ON THf TOWN  mosphere, the Omega is a people-  watcher's paradise. Cast members of The  Beachcombers can usually be found dining here. Menu includes pizza, pasta,  steaks and seafood. Steaks and seafood  are their specialties. Banquet facilities  available. Very special children's menu.  Average dinner for two: $20. Reservations recommended. Located in Gibsons  Landing at 1538 Gower Point Rd.  886-2268. Open Sun-Thurs, 4-10 pm, Fri  and Sal 4-11 pm. Seats 145.  Pronto's Restaurants Two locations  to serve you. Both serve an extensive  variety of pizza, steak, pasta, lasagne,  ribs, souvlaki in a delightful family atmosphere. Children's menu available. All  dinner entrees include garlic bread and a  choice of soup or salad. Average family  meal for four about $15-120. Located at  Wharf Rd., Sechelt, 885-1919; and in  Cedar Plaza, Hwy. 101, Gibsons.  886-8138.  z*rj*i  MVf/IV DININC  The Homestead - Daily lunch and  dinner specials as well as regular entrees.  Lunches include sandwiches, hamburgers, pyrogies and salads. Dinner  selections include steaks, chicken and  seafood. Prime Rib and 15 item salad  bar are the house specialty on Friday,  Saturday and Sunday nights. Average  family meal for four $25-530. Hwy 101,  Wilson Creek, 885-2933. Open 8 am - 9  pm daily. 40 seats inside, 30 seat patio.  Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.  The Raven Cafe  Ruby Lake Resort - Lovely view of  lake from Ruby lake's post and beam  dining room and good highway access for  vehicles of all sizes. Breakfast served all  day. Lunch prices begin at $2.50, dinners  from $5.50 including salad bar. Smorgasbord Sunday'nights includes 12 salads,  three hot meat dishes and two desserts,  $10.95 for adults, $5.50 for children  under 12. Tiny tots free. A great family  outing destination. Absolutely superb  prime rib every Friday night. Average  family dinner for four $20-25. Sunshine  Coast Hwy, Pender Harbour -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  fine wine selection. Relax and enjoy our  many gourmet delights in the comfortable  ambiance created by our tasteful, cosy  decor and unbeatable setting. Dinner is  served 7 days a week, from 5 pm. Join us  for our fantastic Sunday Brunch from 8  am to 2 pm. We also cater to 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. 56 seats. Reservations recommended. All major cards  accepted. Hwy. 101, Davis Bay,  885-7285.  Ye Olde English Doughnut  Shoppe - Super lunch bar for eal m or  take-out. Two soups daily, numerous  sandwich selections, 18-choice salad bar.  Hot selections include Shephard's pic,  zucchini strips, stuffed crepes, beef dip  and hot turkey sandwich. There's always  a Daily Special - plus, of course, our  famous doughnuts, muffins, Cornish  pasties, sausage rolls, scones...and more*  Murchie's coffee and teas, Cappuccino  and Espresso. Open Mon.-Sai., 6 am  -5:30 pm, 24 seats, V., MC. Cowrie St.,  Sechdt, 885-2616.  Cedar's Inn - Appetizers all day ti! I 11  pm. Darts every Sun. Everyone welcome.  Cedar Plaza, Gibsons -886-8171. Open 11  am - midnight, Sun-Thurs; 11 am -1 am,  Fri-Sat. 100 seats. V., MC. Regular menu  11 am to 8:30 pm.  m  I Coast News, March 28,1988  Duffy continues  Olympic quest  Dog Obedience Classes  "I wanted to get up here for 20 years," said archery products  manufacturer Scott Chapman (left) from Tulsa, Oklahoma. Chapman is pictured here discussing the Pine points of crossbow  manufacturing with local artisan Robin Allen.       ���Km Collins photo  Minor soccer  wraps it up  The Sunshine Coasl Youth  Soccer had the annual year end  lournament on March 19. The  weather co-operaied with us by  not raining on the last day of  soccer. The year end tournament is a nice way to end the  soccer season, all the teams gol  three games each and even if  you lost all three games the  players still felt satisfied.  Afler all the games were over  (about 3 pm) the trophies for  the tournament and the league  were given out. I'll start with the  6 and 7 year olds. There was no  trophy for the league in this age  group because it is a noncompetitive age group (no  weekly scores are kept). We did  however give out medals to the  winners of the tournament, the  winning team was Frank  Dixon's team. Good going  team. In the 8 and 9 year olds  there is a perpetual trophy for  the tournament as well as the  league. We also give keeper  trophies to the league winners.  The winning team for the league  as well as for the tournament is  Nick's Shell.  In the 10 and 11 year old age  group we gave out a perpetual  trophy for the tournament as  well as the league and keeper  trophies to the league winners as  well. In this age group like the  8 and 9's, one team took both  irophies, the winning leam was  Frank   Hoehne's  team.  Congratulations team.  For those oul there that were  following the scores in the paper  and were wondering about the  10 and II year old team lhal  had all loses, no ties, no wins,  well unfortunately we lost all  three games in the tournament  so we kept a perfect score of 20  losses, no ties, no wins. Bul I  have to say I was proud to be  their coach because even though  we lost all our games they kept  on coming out on game days  and giving it their best try.  In the 12 and 13 year old age  group we didn't give oul  perpetual irophies because this  was the first year we had this  age group and we don't know if  we'll have enough players or  coaches next year so we gave  out medals for the league winners and medals for the tournament winners. The league winners were GBS coached by John  Nickerson. The lournament  winners were Elphi Rec coached  by Jim Brown and Dennis Cotter. Congratulations to both  teams for showing us sportman-  ship and dedication throughout  the year.  Thanks to all the people that  officiated at the games, without  you people the coaches end up  coaching and trying to be the ref  all at once, and it just isn't fair  to either team. Besides a lot of  us coaches have never played  the game, it's one thing to read  the rules and tell the kids them,  it is another thing to go on to  the field and try to interpet  them. Thanks again Refs.  Remember uniforms have to  be given back lo the coach and  watch the paper in September  for Soccer registration.  Gibsons  Swimming Pool  Jan.11 ���  June 30,1988  MONDAY & WEDNESDAY  6 30 a m - 8 30 a m  9 00 a m -io 00 a.m  10 00am -II 00a m  11 00 am il 30a.m  11 30 am - 1.00 p.m  3 30 p m ��� 730 p m  7.30 pm -830pm  Early Bird  Aqua Fil  Ease Me In  Lessons  Noon  Lessons  Swim Fil  TUESDAY  Fit & 50-f- 9.30 a.m-10:30 a.m.  Senior Swim 10 30a m -n 30a.m  Adapled Aqualrcs 2:30 p m ��� 3.30 p m  Lessons 3.30 pm ��� 6:00 pm  Public 6.00 p.m.-7:30 p.m  Co-Jd Fitness       7 30 p.m ��� 8:30 p.m  BRONZE CROSS  starts Monday, April 11  REGISTER NOW  THURSDAY  Parent & Tol 1 00 p.m ��� 2 00 p.m  Aflapled Aquatics 2 30 p.m.- 3:30 p.m  Lessons 3.30 p.m ��� 6.00 p m  Public 6 00 p.m ��� 7.30 pm  Co-ed Fitness 7 30 pm -830pm  FRIDAY  Early Bird  Aqua Fit  Fil & 50 +  Senior Swim  Noon Swim  Public Swim  Co-ed Fitness  Teen Swim  6:30 a.m.- 8:30 a.m.  9:00 a m -10:00 a.m  10.00 a.m.-10:30 a.m  10 30 a.m.  11:30 a.m.  5:00 p.m  6.30 pm.  7:30 p.m.  11:30 a.m.  1:00 pm  6:30 p.m.  7 30 p.m  9:00 p m  SATURDAY  PUNK: 1.30 p.m.-4:00 pm  Public 7 oo p.m -8:30 p.m.  SUNDAY  Family  Public  1:00 p.m - 3:30 p.m.  3:30 p.m-5:00 p.m.  Gibsons Swimming Pool  Publication of this schedule  sponsored by  886-9415  Super Valu  J  Tony Dully will box in Gibsons on April 9 ai ihe Sunshine  Coast's 2nd Annual Smoker in  preparation for ihe Olympic  Challenge. April 21 in Quebec.  Duffy qualified for ihe Olympic Challenges last weekend in  Edmonton at the Olympic  Trials wilh an outstanding performance againsl world ranked  and Pan American contender,  Nick Rupa. Although Rupa was  awarded, much to Ihe crowd's  disapproval, ihe split decision,  Ihe Canadian Olympic Committee was impressed with Duffy's  tenacity.  Rupa recently returned from  Jakarta, Indonesia where he  captured   a   gold   medal   bv  defeating ihe Russian and was  voied mosl outstanding boxer  of ihe lournament.  In ihe finals, Rupa lost to  B.C.'s Manny Sobrei who Duffy will have lo beal in Quebec to  secure an Olympic berth.  B.C. fared well at the nationals bringing home 3 golds;  Geronimo Bie, 119 lbs., Manny  Sobrei, 147 lbs., and Willy-  Curry, 170 lbs. 1 silver; Jim  Worral, 132 lbs., and 4 bronze;  Tony Duffy, 147 lbs., Kit Nuroi  165 lbs., Ron Paskeo, 156 lbs.,  and Wayne Welsh, 178 lbs.  Duffy, Bie and Worral look  forward lo ihe April 9 Smoker  to sharpen skills and to narrow  ihe gap for the chance to repre-  scnl Canada in South Korea.  Biijiti mid Apt  W VCilS  886-8568  New format to  broadenappeal  Lasl year's boxing 'Smoker'  held al the Gibsons Curling  Club on behalf of the Sunshine  Coast Boxing Club proved  highly successful with between  three and lour hundred people  in attendance. Organizer John  Kavanagh. is hoping lhal the  Second Annual Smoker,  scheduled for Saturday, April 9,  will be even more successful,  wilh some changes in formal  designed to make the event  more easily and widely accessible.  The six-bout card featuring  international amaieur boxers  will feature the Sunshine  Coasi's own boxing notable,  Tony Duffy, who is siill on the  quest for a place on ihe Canadian Olympic Boxing Team in  Seoul. South Korea, ihis summer.  Formal changes for ihe event  include a lower price of general  admission, at S10. Ringside  seals will be reserved al a cost of  S50 and there will be VIP  lounge seals at $40. Bolh ihe  ringside seals and Ihe VIP  lounge seals will include a buffet dinner as pari of the  package.  "In addition," Kavanagh  lold ihe Coast News, "the  general admission seals will be  divided inlo a non-drinking seclion and a licensed area for  those who would like io make il  a family occasion in a non-  drinking environment."  Actor Bruno Gerussi will  again serve as master of  ceremonies and ring announcer.  Some of ihe finest young  boxers in the norihvvesl will attend ihe Smoker as guests of Ihe  Sunshine Coast Boxing Club.  Such noiables as Tony Pep,  Dale Walters, Geronimo Bie,  and Tony Curry will be guests  of the club.  Tickets will be on sale in Gibsons ai Nick's Shell Sialion,  Gibsons Meal Market, Cedars  Pub and Walven Autobody.  In Sechell, Sunshine GM,  Gibsons Building Supplies  (Sechelt) and Big Mac's  Superette will be lickei outlets.  Tickets will also be on sale in  Seaview Markel in Roberls  Creek.  ARTS & CRAFTS PROGRAMS  for Children  Sponsored bv Sunshine Coasl Arts Council  The following are for ages 8 to 12  Fees include all materials  Pre-register at ART CENTRE     885-5412  (Wed. to Sat., 11:00 - 4:00 pm)  Prepay at ART CENTRE  or mail cheque payable to:  DRAMA: ludith Scon  8 Saturdays from April 16  10:00-11:30 am  Roberts Creek School  Fee: S35  : Be  POTTERY  ���1 Saturdays iro  1:00- 3:00 pm  Potters Guild Studio  Fee: S411  Northway  April 16  Cibsons  CRAFTWVORKSHOP:  Chris Espley 886-3093  2 Saturdays ��� April 23 _ 30  9:30-11:30 am  Elphinstone Art Room  ARTS COUNCIL  Box 1565 Sechell, B.C.  VON 3A0  Full refund if class cancelled  DRAWING: Noreen Marshall  -I Saturdays from May 7  10:00-11:30 am  Lions Club Hall - Madeira Park  Fee: UO  For Ages 10 and up  DRAWING: Susan Baggio's  Sludio - Set hell  Please register directly with Susan  ���4741  I     '!' ""����� "n rsoom 885-4741 i  ������������������������������������������������������������������J  c  Let's Talk  VMr nAUlU is now so affordable that for safe  boating and convenience it should be high on your  priority list.  With LORAD a full feature XR90 VHF  radio is less than s40000  ��� 82 Channels ��� Compulsory D.O.C. approval  ��� 8 weather channels ��� 2 yr. warranty  ��� Same week service  AW5  The LORAD hand held is the Coast Guard's  choice - Make It Yours!  Enjoy boating with MSXXimS Marine stereo  AM/FM RADIOS with cassette - 4 models, 2 with  weather band. Marine features:  ��� Silicone sprayed ��� Painted chassis  ��� Vibration Absorption System ��� Weather proof gaskets  OTHER ELECTRONICS!!  View our selection of IMPULSE, KODEN and APELCO fish  finders - IMPULSE, LORAN and APELCO radar at...  Gibsons Marina  ,886-8686.  OIRLS GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS GIRI S GIRLS      GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS GIRl  at "THE PEN" *  EXOTIC DANCERS  SUPER  FOOD  from Opening to 12:30  DAILY  SPECIALS  Try Our  PIZZA  Noon 'Til Closing  886-2804  It's all happening at  "THE PEN" Pub  in the  7 DAYS A WEEK  2 GIRLS  All Day  Wednesday,  Thursday,  \     Friday &  4       Saturday  siaio  PENINSULA MOTOR M SC Golf it Country Club  Coast News, March 28,1988  21.  Rain can't stop men  by Frank Munson  The Gibsons Swimming Pool is a busy place lately, as youngsters  (jet ready for beach weather.  Vem Hllod Hholi,  The second Men's Seniors  Day went ahead despite the  weather with 21 Hardy Types  finishing the full round and 19  others saying enough is enough  or was that "the 19th hole is  warmer"?  The Hardy Types winner was  Jack Knaus with a net 31 (he  wins at tennis too), Nick  O'Brian a 32 and Glen Marden  with 33. J. C. Ross must have  eyes like a hawk lo even see the  hole through all that mist and  rain to win closest to the pin.  Due to the small turn out  there were prizes for everyone  except Dave Doig who was later  given a broken tee to slop his  crying.  The winler eclectic low gross  winners were Freeman Reynolds  and Brenl Lineker with 51 and  Mike Mannion wilh 56. Low  nel winners were Howard Webster with 33 with second going  to Mary Horn and Dick Gaines  lied with 47.  News lo all golfers, both  members and non-members.  The P.C.G.A. has ruled thai all  bunker rakes are Io be placed in  the bunker near the edge wilh  Ihe lines down and the handle  parallel with the adjoining fairway. Please follow Ihis ruling in  ihe future. Il also helps the  Greens crew in grass cutting. No  rakes lo move off the grass.  The ladies cancelled their  regular play on Tuesday due lo  wcalher.  Reference: Point Atkinson '"��� skookumcin* Na.rows >m \  Pacific Standard Time        Z'tZSSH!SSt  /  ��� Change oil & filter  ��� Remove stern drive  Spring Special  tune-up     $?  ��� Check U-joints **/  ��� Drain & change leg oil  LiliUliM:  :     WHstcRFHERiDr     885-4141 i  1 YoOOIHOft MARINE LTD. XcT  j_\. _  I      DORHN  M   BOSCH  ^��"* -<���   ^    >-A    \\N.\\\\\1VV'\.    \y  Strikes and spares  Nineteen of us took in an  eight game singles tournament  at Old Orchard Bowl last Sunday. Pam Lumsden took third  place money, Rob Bott took  fourth and Marie Fox eleventh.  Not bad considering there were  sixty-four bowlers altogether.  The only 300 games rolled  last week were in the Classic  League. Bev Drombolis rolled a  325 single and an 874 lotal,  Lionel McCuaig a 364 single  and an 891 total, Bonnie Mc-  Connell a 303 single and a I05l  total and Freeman Reynolds  close wilh a 298 single and a  I006 total.  Other good totals  CLASSIC:  Barb Christie  250-H5II  Marian Reeves  232-860  Sue WliitiiiK  259-912  SWINGERS:  Doris Thomas  Hurry Writer  Jim Gilchrist  GIBSONS 'A'  Vicki Allen  Barb Christie  Tom Gilchrist  Freeman Reynolds  WEDNESDAY COFFEE:  Edna Bowden  LoriVeen  BALL 4 CHAIN:  Dorothy Robinson  Tammie Lumsden  Bernle Lindsay  PHUNTASTIQUE:  Vicki UBrun  Susan Busnarda  Bob Fletcher  NIGHT OWLS:  Elva Finlay  Ron Mahoney  Kim Gregory-  Ray Mahoney  Brian Webber  SECHELT G.A.'S:  241-655  230-607  241-645  Mildred Drummond  235-604  Loraine Fell  241-616  Mien Bern  252-635  Merle Halcly  274473  253-667  Y.B.C. PEEWEES:  263-695  150-228  242443  252-685  Shertyn Hood  148-261  Erik Johnston  145-263  Y.B.C. BANTAMS:  Shauna Howden  143-415  193430  238-617  250443  283496  222415  259445  266426  246402  240415  236422  263490  266499  Minor hockey  On Thursday March 17, in  ihe Pee Wee division ihe first of  Ihe play-off games ended in a  2-2 lie for Ihe Blackhawks and  Ihe Trail Islanders.  Saturday, March 19 in the  Ptlps and Peanuts division the  Dolphins scored more goals io  win over lo Toppers. The final  score was 7-3. For Ihe Dolphins  James Rickbeil was impressive  with 3 goals and Ricky Peers,  Silas While, Travis Carswell  and Jesse Smith had one goal  each. For Ihe Toppers Stuart  Malcolm has 2 and Mark Mc-  Quitty had 1.  Same day, in the Pee Wee  division, ihe Thunderbirds and  the Blackhawks were on Ihe ice.  The Thunderbirds emerged victorious beating the Blackhawks  7-5. Curtis Francis and Brad  Wingfield had 2 goals each for  ihe winners and Cody Munson  had 2 goals for the Blackhawks.  Atoms were on the ice next.  The Stars just managed to win  over the Wings. The score was  6-5. For the Stars 2 goals each  went lo Kurt Carpenter and  Bradley Wigard. For the Wings  Trent Turner had 3 and Tyler  Francis had 2.  Saturday was a busy day as  ihe Trail Islanders and the  Thunderbirds mel in the Pee  Wee division. Il was 5-3 for the  Trail Islanders at the end of  play. The 2 goals each went to  Nathan Gough and Murray  Howse and Graham Ruck had 2  for Ihe Thunderbirds.  The Bantams met Iwo out of  lown teams on Saturday. Firsl  Ihey went up against West Vancouver. That game ended in a  5-5 tie. Later on North Vancouver proved to be the better  leam as they easily won with a  score of 7-2.  Sunday in the Atom division  Ihe Lions and the Stars were on  the ice with the Lions easily  handling the Stars 5-1. For the  winners Michael Yates had 3  goals and Greg Kirkman had 2.  Pee Wees were on again with  the Thunderbirds beating Trail  Islanders 5-3.  Next week will be the results  of all the play-off games.  Remember April 7 will be the  awards night at the Sechelt  Legion at 7 pm.  Trail  request  A delegation of Chatelech  students has requested that the  District of Sechelt upgrade the  irail lhal connects the school  with the highway. At last  Wednesday's Council meeling  spokesman Theresa Caldwell  (old Aldermen lhat the trail is  unsafe and said lhal students  would be willing to contribute  labour lo Ihe projeel.  Council was very receptive to  the request, bul pointed out thai  the irail actually runs through  property that is owned by the  Anglican Church. N  "You speak lo the people al  St. Hilda's," said Mayor Koch  "and we'll provide materials  and help.  Post-Secondary  Access Study  The Minister of Advanced Education and Job  Training, the Honourable Stanley B. Hagen, has  established a Provincial Access Committee and  eight Regional Access Committees to conduct the  final phase of a study of five aspects of post-  secondary education: access, retention, transfer,  completion, and transition to work.  The Committees will be seeking public input in  various ways suitable to their regions.  The Regional Committee for Region 2  (Mainland/Southwest) is chaired by Mrs. Bernadet  Ratsoy, Vancouver. The Vice Chairman is Dr. Dan  Birch, U.B.C. The Chairman of the Provincial Access Committee is Dr. Les Bullen.  Further information may be obtained by contacting:  Ministry of Advanced Education  0  and Job Training  Attention: "Access Committee"  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, British Columbia V8V 1X4  Jodi M,i .pilar.  KriMoff RiH'pke-Todd  Y.B.C. JUNIORS:  Andrea I .arsrn  Tammy Baba  Jeremy Howden  Neil Clark  Y.B.C. 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Coast News. March 28.1988  Music Festival  Janet Clarke of Ihe Sunshine Coast Youlh Action Centre was in  Sunnycrest Mall Saturday to explain him teens arc working for  iccns. Al present lhe> arc using the offices of the Adult Action  Centre and working toward job finding and peer counselling programs. They also want lo establish a 'non-alcohol teen cabaret'.  ���Ki'n Collins iiluilu  t*xxjt*mxr_>*e***t* -  *xxx***xx_i_^/u>**  J!  Beginners  Karate ��  Shito-fiyu  liosuhai  Wilson Creek  Cotnm. Hall  Cibsons  United Church  Hall  Qibsons United Church  C'huir, Highlight; School Choir  Highlight. Roberts Creek  Elementary School; Community Bands Highlight, Sunshine  Siring Band; Folk Songs Award  and Trophy, Peter Jones.  Junior Baroque Award,  Janaki Bornstein; Junior  Classical .Award, Jennifer  Krasnikoll; Junior Romantic  Award. Megan Randall; Junior  Twentieth Century Award,  Melissah Charboneau.  Instrumental Solo Highlight,  Roll' Harrison, trumpet; Instrumental Solo Highlight, Jade  Christian, alio sax.  Junior Barlok Award, lie.  Heather MacKay and Krishna  Reach; Junior Canadian Composers Award, Caley McKee.  Parenl and child Duel  Award, Heather and Nanc\  MacKay.  Junior Competitors choice  Modem .Award, Alee/ah Cliar-  boneau;   Junior   Competitors  Choice Classical Award, Jay  Durkin.  Older Beginners Twentieth  Centurj Award, Caleb Harding; Canadian Composers  Award, 1'epila Smith; Competitors Choice Classical  Award, Caleb Harding.  Junior Duel .Award and  trophy, Janaki Bornstein and  I eslej Stoochnoff.  Ukelcle Group Highlight,  Davis Bay, Cedar drove and  Madeira Park Elementary  Schools. Instrumental Solo Strings Award, Klisala Harrison.  Intermediate Baroque Award  and tropin, Patricia Hammond; Competitors Choice  Classical    Award,    Kiniberly  Phillips; Romantic Award and  Trophy, Patricia Hammond;  Competitors Choice Modern  .Award and Trophy, Ikie  Ziakris; Twentieth Century  Award and Trophy, Patricia  Hammond; Duet award, Kiniberly Phillips and Kerrie Jar-  dine; Canadian ^Composers  Award and Trophy, Patricia  Hammond.  Instrumental Solo Brass and  Wing Award and Trophy,  Jason Baggio.  Senior Baroque Award,  Wynne I ing; Classical Award  and Trophy, Kimberley Walls;  Romantic .'\ward, Wynne Ling;  Canadian Composers Award,  Sonja Karlson; Twentieth Century Award, Wynne I ing; Barlok Award and Tr iphy, Christopher McKee; Competitors  Choice Classical Award and  Trophy, Jennifer Sutherland;  Vocal Ensemble Award and  Trophy, Coasl Adult Choir.  May Freer Memorial Trophy  Sight Reading, Ikie Ziakris.  Instrumental   Ensemble  Award, l.ydia Kirk and Klisala  Harrison.  Top Performance Award,  Patricia Hammond.  Canfor Silver Challenge  Trophy for outstanding talent,  Patricia Hammond.  Royal Canadian Legion  Branch 2I9 - Junior, Alee/ah  Charboneau; Intermediate, Ikie  Ziakris; Senior, Kimberley  Wans. Joyce Roots Scholarship  for Intermediate Piano, Daniel  Bisl. Anonymous Scholarship  for Senior Piano, Wynne Ling.  Arls Council Bursaries  -Piano, Patricia Hammond; Instrumental, Jason Baggio;  Vocal, Coasl Adult Choir.  OFFICE SPACE  AVAILABLE  in the Professional Block  next to the Medical Clinic  in Cibsons  307 sq. ft.  to  1,200 sq.ft.  LEASEHOLD IMPROVEMENTS  NEGOTIABLE  CONTACT: Deborah Bruner. ,  Mornings 886-8840 j  Afternoons 885-7371  r��S  COAST NEWS Photo   Reprints  ffo^J     Any published photo or your 'OX/       *0  BfjM choice fro* t the contact sheets      8x10      900  Total Woman  Mondays 5:30 - 7:00  Thursdays 5:30 - 7:00  kids Tuesday 5:00 - 6:00 March 29  Adulis Wednesday 6:30 - 8:00 April 6  " loial Woman" - 7th Annual Sunshine Coasl Business  and Professional Women's  Club Fashion Show will beheld  I uesday April 12 and Wednesday, April 13, ai the Indian Band  Hall. Tickets, which include a  delicious dessert, coffee, many  door prizes, entertainment and  gifts are slill only S12.  Ihev are now available al the  following outlets: in Gibsons,  Just For You, Silks and Lace,  and Seaview Market in Roberts  Creek. Outlets in Sechell are:  lamily Bulk Foods, Cactus  Rower, Shadow Baux Gallery,  and in Halfmoon Bay at the B  & J Store. In Pender Harbour  tickets will be mailable at  Marina Pharmacy in Madeira  Park.  SMALL BUSINESS CENTRE  CAPILANO COLLEGE  Until   further  notice,  the  Small  Business Centre will be closed.  We apologize for the inconvenience.  Capilano College, Sechelt Campus,  Inlet Avenue, 885-9310.  IF WE RE HOT CAREFUL,1  A GULF CHMUUK W  All along the B.C. coast, the  Department of Fisheries and  Oceans is recording significant increases in salmon stocks. The Department's salmon enhancement and conservation  programs are achieving an excellent record  of success. Through responsible management  and effective conservation techniques, these  prized fish will continue to be a great resource  for B.C.'s future.  In the lower Georgia Strait, however, the  chinook stocks have continued to decline.The  Gulf chinook is more than a magnificent fish; it  is a symbol of the kind of life British Columbians  enjoy. It is a part of the province's identity and  history. To preserve runs of salmon from lower  Georgia Strait rivers including the Squamish,  Cowichan and Nanaimo, the Department has  developed a special, intensive plan for conservation and enhancement. It is a plan that will -  and must-work.  The Gulf chinook  needs special protection to  survive into the 1990s.  Of all salmon stocks, the chinook from  lower Georgia Strait are most vulnerable to overfishing. Almost all of these chinook remain in  the Strait, rather than migrating to the relative  safety of the open Pacific. This means the Gulf  chinook can be caught year-round- throughout  ils life cycle. Enhancement and conservation  programs that have worked so effectively to  build up other species have proven insufficient  to protect these chinook.  Over the last ten years, the number of chinook caught in the Strait has declined by 75%,  to approximately 160,000 fish last year, with  only an estimated 4,300 lower Georgia Strait  chinook escaping to spawn in 1987.  Without immediate, effective action, wild  stock of chinook from rivers in lower Georgia  Strait will decline below numbers sufficient to  have any hope of regeneration.  The problem is compounded by the fact that  the chinook is one of the most thrilling fish in  the world to catch. And the Gulf Chinook's home  is surrounded by major urban centres. So naturally sport fishermen have had a major impact  on the species.  Government surveys over the last several  years show sport fishermen have been taking  approximately 59% of the lower Georgia Strait  chinook stocks. Commercial fishermen have  averaged 29%.The remainder are caught in various other fisheries.  For the Gulf chinook to return to its former  abundance, it is imperative that the numbers  caught be reduced this year by 20%, minimum.  We must act decisively now, and all groups of  fishermen must cooperate-or rebuilding will be  impossible. With conservation now, we will all  share the long-term benefits.  The Chinook  0,���rbp,,iJ��i.<y'7^0","'AJ"''  Among tbe world's  meat cxdu'ng sports fish, the  dynamic chinook is railed  ���tyce" or "king* salmon when  it raceeds 14 kilograms  (�� poundi) and a^cKKl many  Gulf chinook do Hull)  grown, thethinook can be  wdl beyond ;i mure in  length and weigh over 50  kilograms (110 pounds).  rtoui%t.nliirintriJ  utrln*nJM.iikiM<  K'.iivteoJ-il.n'.hlt'v  i. J���ph faint Ctitnr  aim ii JuiIt.ii kI<  mrnilti if I'luni' rbtui.  Sirta'aadttu) rilrrry.  Alar lour years ol feeding in  Georgia Strait, the majority  of chinook w.ei^h between  7 and 50 kilojjMiii! (15 nod  (>"} pounds).  After returning to spawn  in tire fresh water placeof their  origin, the exhausted adulr  chinook livesonlyafcwdays.  Smaller, two or three-  year old males returning to  spawn arc known ��s jacks.  Unlike other salmon, and  other chinook, which p,1Hw  distant migrations in the  Pacific, the Gulf chinook, after  entering salt water at about  three months of age, lives i{S  life in the relatively confined  waters of Georgia Strait. A te��  venture inroJohiutoneSirair  and into Queen Charlotte Coast News, March 28,1388  23.  |00  Miss Gibsons Pageant Committee members Sandy Alcock and l*e Neubauer at Elphinstone school  Thursday and Friday taking applications for contestants with Ihe help of Queen Jennifer and Princess  ^n8c'a- ���Jan Neubauer pholo  Child Health Clinics  Child Health Clinics will be  held in Gibsons on april 5, 12,  19 and 25. In Sechell ihey will  be held on April 6, 13, 20, 27.  Pender Harbour Clinics will be  on April 7 and 21. The location  of Ihe Sechell Clinic is Bethel  Baptist Church, corner of Trail  and Mermaid Si reel, across  from ihe fireball,  Tuberculin Skin Testing and  Travellers' Clinic will be held  from 3 to 4:30 pm on April II,  18, and 25 in the Gibsons  Heallh Unil. In Sechell, Skin  Testing only on april 27. The  Pender Harbour Tuberculin  and Travellers Clinic is on April  7 and 21.  Please make appointments  for all clinics for Gibsons and  Gibsons/Sechelt  Airport Improvements ��� 1988  PUBLIC INFORMATION  MEETING  Thursday, March 31,1988  4:00 to 9:00 p.m.  Sechelt Municipal Offices  5545 Inlet Avenue, Sechelt  Interested persons wishing to view plans of the proposed improvements to Gibsons/Sechelt Airport are  requested to 'drop-in' between the hours of 4:00 p.m.  and 9:00 p.m. to provide input and make comments.  Members of the Consulting Engineer's design staff  wi" be on hand J.M.A. Shanks  Administrator  Sechell by phoning 886-8131.  For Pender Harbour, phone  883-2764.  SID (Sexually Transmitted  Disease) Clinics are held every  Wednesday al the Coast-  Garibaldi Heallh Unit, 494  Soulh Fletcher Road, Gibsons  from 4 to 4:30 pm. Informa  lion, counselling and testing (including AIDS) will be given. No  appointment necessary.  Prenatal Classes Early Class  is on April 5 from 7 to 9 pm.  The nexl Late Class will be on  May 17, 24 and 31 from 7 to 9  pm. Pender Harbour Prenatal  Classes can be arranged upon  request 883-2764.  Single and Preganl? Phone  Ihe Heallh Unit 886-8131.  The nexl Hospital Tour will  be on april 27. Please phone St.  Mary's Hospital Switchboard lo  arrange for tour 885-2224.  The Parent & Baby Drop-In  gives parents an opportunity to  meet oilier parenls and discuss  common concerns. The group  gathers every Tuesday from  1:15 to 3:30 pm in Ihe Gibsons  Heallh Unit (494 South Fletcher) and al 1:15 to 3:15 pm al  Bethel Baplist Church in Sechell  on Wednesdays (corner of Mermaid & Trail).  tfS*  0tM  n*��^��'-  NEW LOWER  Classified Ad Rates  VNV^  C\a**iie  (minimum) for 10 words  $400  ^fc5     *or eac'1 additional word  Pay for 2 weeks, Get the 3rd week FREE  \\  NEW!  $WU Srff ClASSIFIEDS  They run until your item is sold!  13       for up to 10 words     I        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 as long as you want!  (Nol available to commercial advertisers)  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,  Sechelt & Cibsons     SATURDAY, 3 pm  COAST NEWS Classifieds  Cowrie St., Sechelt  885-3930  The LOWEST Price!  The HIGHEST Circulation!  The FIRST on the street!  CruiceLane, Gibsons.  886-2622  THE ONLY PLACE TO CATCH  WILL BE THE LIBRARY.  jj,l:,_.:l^'��f  ���JJdri" *"*"  jixlb-  Cm*��IMidHaiw  ���Mxnaallitlmr.  S*fl*lBl.ripm  "'"ttftoll,.  ^MllfJuningiaJa-  nnllitUgian.  IvilJihjpt  rfa,  l.arnj  utwt  if  l, after  nils  final  Ate*  Strait  Sound Confined with;,,, he  ������ofCTO,^a Strait. _.  tbimx* MeeMUt/Kcwiblc  to most British Columbia,,  ���"���shmthrill ol battling  and landing one of these  "agniftcentSshm^ci,,,,  '�����stiblt Ion; to fishermen.  ITwiliinook is also highly  Primlbynativrandcimmcr  Gal fishermen.  Introducing a strict program,  fair for all concerned,  to preserve this precious resource.  The Department's tough, fair new program  combines intensive conservation and enhancement methods. It will affect all groups who catch  chinook: sport and commercial fishermen as  well as native fishermen.  Conservation tagging: Fishermen will be  required to buy special conservation tags to fasten to all chinook caught in commercial, native  and sport fisheries. It will be an offense to be in  possession of untagged chinook, and maximum  penalties will be sought for violators. The tags  will raise awareness of the necessity for conservation, as well as providing vital catch information for Department scientists. Sold for $1 each,  the tags will also generate revenue to help support the intense enhancement program.  Reduced sport fishing limits; Sport fishermen in Georgia Strait will be permitted to catch  a maximum eight chinook in 1988. (Outside  the Strait, the annual limit will remain at 30.)  Further, the Department is consulting  with the sport fishing community on other measures required to protect stocks, such as  restricting devices and techniques that catch  chinook with such precision that the "sport"  is diminished.  increased closures: The areas and spans of  time of spot closures will be extended to  protect chinook in the lower Strait returning to  home spawning grounds.  Commercial and Native fisheries restrictions:  Both of these sectors will share in the conservation program. Catch cutbacks are being  determined in consultation with commercial  and native fisheries representatives.  Together we can  restore the Gulf chinook  by 1998.  These special enhancement initiatives are  aimed at increasing stocks of Strait of Georgia  chinook by approximately 75,000 to 175,000  adult fish.The increase will be evident by 1990,  and will reach the full level by 1995.  With the cooperation of all groups of fishermen, in just a few years the conservation and  enhancement program will result in many more  chinook for everyone to catch.  For complete details on this special program  to save the Gulf chinook, write to:  Gulf chinook, Fisheries and Oceans Canada,  400- 555 West Hastings Street, Vancouver,  British Columbia V6B5G3.  Or call toll free 1-800-663-9333. In Vancouver  call 666-2268.  1*1  Fisheries  and Oceans  Peches  et Oceans  Canada  _m  _____ 24.  Coast News. March 28.1988  Sunshine Coast  Services Directory  ��� APPLIANCE SERVICES*  ��� ELECTRICAL CONTR.  EXCAVATING  HEATING ���  SERVICE ft REPAIR  To All Major Appliances  ratal   Duality Reconditioned Major Appliances For Sale  ''P*| GUARANTEED 8, DELIVERED  Will Buy Nice, Non-Working Maior Appliances  BJORN  885-7897 /  Need this space?  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B.C  CLEANING SERVICES ���  CHIMNEY CLEANING  Top Hal Cleaning Systems  "Tire Reliable Prolessionals"  886-8554  24 HOUR  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES  Port Mellon to Oles Cove  Commercial Containers Available  B85-9973 886-2938J  ��� CONCRETE SERVICES*  R Ready Mix Concrete  C Sand & Gravel  rif    CONCRETE  \~f\  LTD  \J   l-IL^-    sritvtNG rwr suNSHiNr coast1  SECHEIT PLANT CIBSONS PLANT   j  _    885-7180 866-8174       J  Need this space?  OH the COAST NEWS  ..I 880 262? or 88b 3930  cm Swan son's  For: Ready Mix Concrete Sand & Gravel  Dump Truck Rental  Formed Concrete Products  Phone 885-9666 ��� 885-5333 /  &  SEAVIEW ELECTRIC  Plumbing & Heating Ltd.  Residential ��� Commercial ��� Industrial  ��� Maintenance & Design  ��� Energy Management  ��� Fire Alarm Systems  ��� B.C. Hydro Authorized  "Electric Plus" Contractor ���  CFREE ESTIMATES 1  885-7142     r  Electric Plus  Authorized  B.C. Hydro  Contractor  ^eaiide Ott?  reaSide (Electric J!U  Residential - Commercial - Industrial  Box 467, Cibsons, B.C.  VON IVO  886-3308  ��� EXCAVATING  BACKHOE and OPERATOR     N  Qualified In Septic Fields  Forming Driveways,  Landscaping  886-3445  ^���-m  Garrvs Crane & Excavating  S8*  ��� Wheel & Track Backhoes  ��� Excavating & Drain Fields      <,. f  ��� Clearing & Stump Disposal t$w  ��� Screened Topsoil - Fill  ��� Sand & Gravel  Deliveries  886-7028  P & M EXCAVATING^  Backhoe Service  Septic Systems  No Job Too Small Landscaping  886-2182 or 886-8363    Stump Removal  Need this space?  Ciill the COAST  NEWS  .it 886 26?2 or 88b 3930  MARINE SERVICES ���  IL7yfc'<* WELL DR|LL|NG LTD-  !. Non serving Ihe Sunshine Coast  Submersible Pump Installation  Air Transportation Available lorn, 15 minutes  jftfi "��.^.cuma..ch.ec 'r��uo^��  fyrx vohpto 752-9358.  tSMC*  "Evinruae  * Sail Water Licences  * Motel * Campsites   * Water Taxi  * Marine Repairs * Ice and Tackle       883-2266  ��� GEN. CONTRACTORS*  Hallmark  POOLS & SPAS LTD.  Quellly p,Mucti Worldwide Since 1MB  Box 1883. Gibsons. B.C. VON 1V0  4 886-3364  Cottrell's Marine Service  SERVICE TO Al L MAKES  Specializing in Merc. Outboard  a stern drive rebuilding  Located at  Smitty's Marina, Gibsons  ESTIMATES        SHOP886-7711     RES. 885-5840 .  _-*_%    Cott  DIVER "^r  FREE ^  MISC SERVICES  Contour Design  HOME PRODUCTS  Awnings ��� Railings ��� Vinyl Decks ��� Blinds ��� Flooring  673 Payne Rd.. line.  n*n-  G.bsons     SHOWROOM BY APPOINTMENT 886-3191 _  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE  Cuslom Cutting ��� Planing  Bevel Siding ��� Posls S I  Chris Napper 886-3468  R.RJ4, S6, C78,  Gibsons. B.C. VON 1V0  laning ,  jM       9  ' ROLANDS   HOME IMPROVEMENTS LTD  ��� 5" Continuous aluminum guflers  ��� Aluminum soflits & lascias  ��� Buill-in vacuum systems  ��� vinyl siding 885-3562  Fine Tree Works  Pruning . Topping      Cu">' lnsured>  Danger Tree Removal  Landscaping 8. Maintenance  II.C. NetMlnh Swral IMIv.ry,  HNH-IHtl4       it<��ii4.ri��iVtti*,Ht v��,\ auiL  Need this space?  Call the COAST NEWS  at 886 2622 or 885-3930  f   GIBSONS TAX SERVICE      '  Ave. Price $18.00  Income Tax Preparation  All business strictly confidential  A. Jack  8B6-787ay  635 Martin Rd., Gibsons  J*      THE  RENOVATIONS WITH  A TOUCH OF CLASS  COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL  THE  IMPROVER  LTD.  BOX 7  HALFMOON BAY  885-5029,  'REWARD'  Have your REAL ESTATE needs handled professionally and  you will De rewarded by results. Free evaluation,  consultations, and listings wanled  GIBSONS REALTY ltd.  Sunnycrest Mall  J.R. (Jim) Munro  Ollice. 886-2277  Res   886-7134  /SUPPLYING:  / ��� Vinyl Siding ��� Sundeck Coatings  I  ��� Aluminum Railings ��� Aluminum Awnings  ��� Aluminum Patio Covers  / * Power Washing  (5)  fLlflill IrUttf  886-7359  Conversion   Windows,   Glass,  Auto  &  Marine   Glass, Aluminum Windows  & Screens,  .                               ,      Mirrors   Hwy 101 & Prall Rd.   Serving The Entire Sunshine Coast  Gibsons Call 886-3002 Paul Franske  ���N  SCHNYDER WELD & FAB.  Welding & Repairs  8867303    685-4116  ^ BC FERRIES  " Schedule  VANCOUVER-SECHEIT PENINSULA  WINTER    SPRING '88  Effective Fri., Jan. 1 to  Thurs., June 23,1988  JERVIS INLET  Coast Concrete Pumping  SPpps^p 8. Foundations  JiilPW1 FREE ESTIMATES  JohnParton     885-5537  flurenne  Concrete Pumping Ltd.  ��� Pumping  ��� Foundations ��� Patios  ��� Placing    ���Sidewalks    aFloor  ��� Finishing  ���Driveways  mt��4 oiuson, 886-7022  Need this space?  CM  thr  COAS1   Ml WS  ,,r  88d To// nt HH'i 3930  HCHAINSAWS^  SALES & SERVICE  KELLY'S LAWNMOWER &  CHAINSAW LTD.  I   HWY. 101 & PRATT RD.  886-2912 J  BUCK RICHMOND PEAT SOIL 6 .7 & 8' GOLDEN  a yd. delivered in s.ci,.tt   $1 g0    HE00|N0 tmmm  BARK MULCH ������_��� >3��,/,,  15 vde delivered m Sechelt   $270 *   '"  ro-rsr's LAtraesT nursery  30 ACHES OF PLANTS  MURRAY'S NURSERY        281-2151  Loca led 1 mile north ol Hwy 101 on Mason Rd.     885-2974   a  Insurance, Ou/ltapfcm   Notary  ===== 886-2000 ���  Red (arpel Service From Friendly Professional* In Sunnycrest Mali Cibsoi  TIEKNEY & WHITE  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS  BRYAN E. TIERNEY, C.A.  883-2167 (Residence 298-7713)  ^ 214-131 WATER STREET. VANCOUVER. BC V8B <M3      J  GREAT  PACIFIC   MANAGEMENT   S  CO.. LTD. (EST. 1965)  ��� Financial Planning Service  ��� Investment Fund  ��� RRSP's  ��� Retirement Income Funds  ��� Tax Shelters  AlasdairW. Irvine  Kqirrirntuilvr  (604) 886-6600  Box 127. CitKonv B.C. VON IVO  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  ��� CABINETS ���  886-8411  Showroom Kern's Plaza, Hwy 101  tpan Tuesday to Saturday 10-4 pm Coast News, March 28,1988  25  The monotony of work at Sechell Fish Processing is broken by this large sea-grown rainbow trout that  decides to throw water in everyone's face (sec fish processing story page 2). -Km Collins photo  Postage for  MLA's  A number of letters being  written by British Columbian's  to their MLA's on a variety of  important public issues are not  reaching their recipients because  they are being mailed without  postage.  Canada Post advises that free  mailing privileges do not extend  to mail to or from elected provincial representatives. Mail to  these individuals must bear the  usual postage.  Free mailing privileges are extended only to members of the  House of Commons or the  Senate, the Speakers and Clerks  of both houses, the Governor  General and Secretary to the  Governor General, and the  Parliamentary Librarian and  Associate Parliamentary  Librarian. All other mail must  have sufficient postage.  3?  FAMILY BULK FOODS &  UNDER THE YELLOW AWNING. Cowrie St., 885-7767  DELICATESSEN  UNDER THE YELLOW  5p-  NOW IN STOCK!  (just in limt- lor I astt-r baking!  BAVARIAN  CRFME FILLING  CUT MIXED  PEEL  22</100gm  ." tfc'*  .29V 10(1 Rm   1 .IM ft  fl*>   10% Off ALL BULK EASTER CANDY  PIPING HOT SOUP, HEARTY SANDWICHES  and TASTY MUFFINS (fresh daily).  Inquire about our Sandwich Club  10% OFF Reg, Prices  For Seniors Every Thursday  - Club and Grqi p discounts  Mon-Sat 9:30 - 5:30    Fri 'til 6  tartet ��H  U* *���*"*"  Saturday, April 2nd  Dougal Park, Gibsons  10 am  Separated area for 1-4 year olds  $1.00 per child  Concession available  Proceeds for GRAD '88  For more Information call 886-2204  Hope yet for school  Keep part of the dollars you spend...  SHOP LOCALLY*  We Still  House  Calls  Make  ALLIED  The Carelul Movers  In a day when personal service seems like a chapter from history,  you'll be pleased with Allled's genuine concern. Call us. We'll  make a helpful house call...right away.  LEN WRAV'S TRANSFER LTD.  Custom packing, storage, local & long distance moving.  HWY 101, GIBSONS      tKLlSUT  Pender Harbour customers    ooc itcCi  COLLECT.       OOD-iOtW  The Pender Harbour Lioness  Club, unlil recently, had raised  funds and taken on the project  of restoring the Irvine's Landing School Hall to its original  condilion. Some money had  been received from ihe Heritage  Society, building inspectors  from the regional district and  the school board had inspected  the building and given their advice. And contractors had been  brought in to give estimates on  ihe work involved.  Bul recently, it was  discovered that excessive dry rot  existed all along the north side  of ihe building under the roof.  "That's when", Director Gor-'  don Wilson told the Economic  Development Commission  (EDC) lasl week, "Ihey decided  that the cost of restoring the  school might be much higher  than originally anticipated,"  and they decided, reluctantly, to  abandon the project.  Wilson told the commission  that he'd still like to pursue the  idea of the restoring the school,  with the idea of incorporating it  into a real tourist attraction.  He suggested that the school  was in an ideal location to have  as part of a museum and park.  The maritime Society's project  of rebuilding the HMS  Discovery could also be located  there.  The EDC gave their approval  in principle for Wilson to pursue the idea and gather information and cost estimates.  Infant Development  ilGALORE  WAREHOUSE SALE  PACKAGE DEALS on  TIRES & WHEELS      ^Kto����'  CARS ��� TRUCKS & 4X4'S   ��Aec����sP  B F   GOODRICH PIRELLI  HRIOGESTONE RIKEN  DUNIOP MARSHALL  MICHELIN ANO MANY OTHERS  COMPUTERIZED  HIGH SPEED  FREE INSTALLATION  PHONE US FIRST FOR PACKAGE DEALS  A LOW. LOW PRICES  iijiiiiiira  iifilfWiiil  337*1 King George Hwy . Surrey i". miles souit-  581-2433 ��� 581-0823  Are you concerned about  your child's development?  The first three years of a  child's life is usually a time of  rapid development. Parents  whose infants and toddlers are  slow in reaching important  developmental milestones may  now find assistance through a  new service on Ihe Sunshine  Coast.  The Infant Developmeni  Program helps parents to learn  how to encourage iheir child's  progress in various areas. If a  child is slow to reach  developmental milestones such  as silling unsupporled, playing  wilh loys or walking and talking, guided help from parenls  and oilier family members can  encourage Ihe developmeni of  Ihese important skills.  Infant developmeni consultants are trained professionals who visil with families  regularly. Together Ihey plan  activities which stimulate the  developmeni of physical, social  and intellectual skills.  Special loys and books on  child developmeni are available  on loan Ihrough the program. If  a child has a handicap, up to  date information on that handicap is provided lo families.  Parents and children also have  the opporlunily lo participate in  weekly play groups, where  parenls can meel other parents  while children have a chance lo  enhance social skills. A  pediatric physiotherapist is also  available to parents for consultation.  In B.C., Ihere are 33 Infant  Development Programs, serving  more lhan 2500 infants and  their families annually. Funding  is provided by the Ministry of  Social Services and Housing.  The Sunshine Coast Infant  Development Program is  located al Rockwood Lodge in  Sechell. The program consultant is Cindy Ratzlaff, she may  be contacted at 885-5940 from 9  am to 4:30 pm, Monday to Friday for more information.  NOTICE  to Members  Our offices will be  CLOSED FOR EASTER  Good Friday, April I  Saturday, April 2  ��� REGULAR HOURS���  Tues.-Thurs. 10-5  Friday 10-6  Saturday 10 -2   Closed Mondays   :  SUNSHINE COAST  CREDIT UNION  Teredo Square, Sechelt  Tel: 885-3255  Kern's Plaza, Gibsons ���"'  Tel: 886-8121  I  .  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",������-���  1983 S10 4X4 SPORTS TRUCK  Roll bar, sporls wheels, V6. 4 speed, short pox, sports  instrumentation package, stereo, exceptionally clean only  59,000 kms. Greal value. S"T  fincOO  $7,995��  1985 RAM CARGO VAN  2 2 lilre 4 speed. 52.000 km. versatility and convenience  a.40mpg $10,500����  On spot financing (O.A.C.)  1 YEAR WARRANTY  on most units!  The Little Cheeper Dealer  Serving (ft* Sunshine Coast with quality domestic and imported used cars and trucks  HMt* IMPORTS  Highway 101, Stchdt, Ntwt to PttifrCan 885-7575  MDL #8472  ��  i>!  1  rv  j  *xa*  r 26.  Coast News, March 28,1988  ;��r  Letters to the Editor  Richardson seeks highway facts  Editor's Note: The following  was received for publication.  .Hon. William Vander Zalm  Premier  Victoria, B.C.  Dear Premier VanderZalm:  ,>'��� On January 4, 1988 I wrote a  ^letter to you which asked one  : simple question. Do you intend  ;lo initiate a full and indepen-  ;denl public inquiry into Ihe Co-  quihalla scandal?. 1 politely requested a prompt reply. I dou-  ���'Jjlc-regisiered the letter, and 1  i received verification lhat your  office received  ihe letter  on  , January 6, 1988.  I Rave now received your let-  . ler of reply daled March 8,  1988. I thank you for Ihe reply  although I find ihe response  time exceedingly slow considering ihe large office staff you are  reported to have.  Your Idler of reply contains  only one short pertinenl  paragraph.  "I would like to advise you  thai ihe report on this matter by  Inquiry Commissioner Douglas  McKay has been recenlly received and is being carefully reviewed."  I find it virtually inconceivable thai you are advising  me lhat on March 8, 1988 you  have only "recently received"  the McKay Commission Report  REMEMBER:  It you're going to  gamble with your  SEPTIC TANK  a flush  is better  than a  13 full house.  4  ' BONNIEBROOK  ; INDUSTRIES ltd  lor Septic Tank Pumping  | Ask For Lucky Larry 886-706%  and lhal you are still studying  Ihis document.  The people of British Columbia want and deserve answers.  A full and independent inquiry  is required. If ihe legislature was  deceived by leading Social  Credit parly members, then the  guilty people must be exposed  and appropriale actions laken.  As you are well aware Ihe  legislature is made up of elected  Info not  enough  Editor:  The information pul forward  by Ihe Departmenl Of Fisheries  and Oceans in ihe March 21  issue of the Coasl News docs  nol tell the whole slory. Their  department has monitored the  drop in wild fish slocks for  years, but did not lake responsible steps to stop that decline.  The wild lish (and our forests) are only protected when  treated like a 'millionaire's bank  account', using the accrued interest bul not spending the principal. When a commodity becomes rare, the demand increases, templing illegalities.  For example - poaching and  bribery in high places (as  witness the destruction of rhinos  in Africa).  Naturally-spawning salmon  are unprotected to the extent  thai ihey continue to decline  rapidly. Instead, salmon enhancement should produce so  many surplus stocks that the  'non-enhanced' stocks increase.  It is not sufficient to increase  the lotal fish slocks by enhancement, if the naturally-spawning  fish still decrease.  The target should be to return  all the ocean's species lo their  original levels and balances,  whal was destroyed piece by  piece, can be rebuilt in ihe same  fashion if begun soon enough.  Croft Warn  Granthams Landing  ANGLICAN CATHOLIC  CHURCH OF CANADA  ST. COIUMBA OF IONA PARISH  B835 Redrooffs Road  2nd Sunday 10:00Morning Prayer  11:00 Communion  4th Sunday   11:00 Morning Prayer  5th Sunday    3:30 Communion  The Reverend E.S. Gale  885-706B or 1-525-6760  Prayer Book Anglican  -Jr��*lJ��-  THE UNITED CHURCH  OF CANADA  Sunday Worship Services  CIBSONS  . Glassford Road 11:15 am  SundaySchool 10:00 am  ST. |OHN'S  .Davis Bay 9:30am  .'SundaySchool 9:30 am  ;- Rev. Alex G. Reid  Church Telephone B86-2333  ; ��**-   GRACE REFORMED  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH  Morning Worship 11:15am,  Si. Hilda's Anglican Church  Evening Worship    7 pm in homes  Wednesday Bible  Sludy 7:30 pm in homes  I. Cameron Fraser, Paslor  BB5-7468  ALL WELCOME  -��*.��..  ST. BARTHOLOMEW'S  & ST. AIDAN'S  ANGLICAN CHURCHES  Parish Family Eucharist  Church School 10 am  v'Rev. I.E. Robinson, 886-8436  ',< ***-  CALVARY  ||     BAPTIST CHURCH  j9      711 Park Road, Gibsons  ; ^Sunday School              9:30 AM  !;Morning Worship Service 11 AM  Interim Pastor  Arthur Willis  ' Arlys Peters, Minister of Music  I       Church Office: 886-2611   *>����   GIBSONS COMMUNITY  FELLOWSHIP  Welcomes you to join us  in Worship  ]    Prayer Sun.  9:30 AM  Morning Worship Sun.  10:00 AM  I   ,     Wednesday 7:00 PM  I 599 Gower Point Road  ', Pastor Monty McLean  886-7049  THE SECHELT PARISH  of the ANGLICAN CHURCH  dST. HILDA'S (Sechell)  8 am      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  Youth Group Fri., 7:30 pm  Women's Prayer      Thurs., 10am  Paslor Ivan Fox  8B5-4775 or 885-2672   .WW XI   PENDER HARBOUR  PENTECOSTAL  CHURCH  Lagoon Road, Madeira Park  Sunday School 9:45 am  Morning Worship 11:00 am  Prayer & Bible Sludy  Wednesday, 7:30 pm  883-2374 8,883-9441  Paslor Mike Klassen  Affiliated Wilh The Pentecoslal  Assemblies of Canada  -4��J��J��-  GIBSONS  PENTECOSTAL 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 Study  Weds, at 7:30 pm  Phone  886-9482 or 886-7107  Affiliated with Ihe  Pentecostal Assemblies  of Canada   I��fl��*   THE SALVATION ARMY  Next to Langdale Ferry  Sunday School 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  representatives of the people, so  if any political party deceives  Ihe legislature, it in effect  deceives the people of this province.  Any deliberate deception in  Ihe legislature is despicable  behaviour thai strikes al Ihe  very hearl of our democralic  process. Any political parly  whose leading rcpresentalives  deceive or lie lo the legislature  deserves io be soundly defeated  and removed from office.  I again request a prompt reply to this letter staling whether  you do or do nol intend to in-  ilialc a full inquiry. If you oppose an inquiry and thereby ap  pear lo be part of a possible  cover-up, then 1 on behalf of  many British Columbians request a detailed explanation of  your reasons for doing so.  I do believe and expect, that  as premier you will order a full  inquiry into this_ affair so that  justice will be done and past errors will be corrected. The  legislature will then be able to  proceed with resolving the many  critical problems facing our  province today.  I thank you for your consideration of this matter and I  await your reply.  Mac Richardson  Halfmoon Bay, B.C.  DON'T  MISS  THIS!  Quality  Carpet  Care  is pleased to  offer you a  SPECIAL 20% DISCOUNT  On Al! Commercial & Residential  CARPET A UPHOLSTERY CLEANING  Now 'thru April 15th  * Quality Service at Competitive Prices '  FREE ESTIMATES  QUALITY  CARPET CARE  (A division ol [lee's Fine Cleaning)  886-8564  Sunshine Coast Regional District  BULLETIN BOARD  Royal Terraces Building  corner of Wharf Rd., and Teredo St.  Sechelt  ^UPCOMING MEETINGSI  Thursday, April 14th  Regular Board Meeting - 7:30 p.m.  MNVITATION TO TENDER*  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.  P.O. Box 800  Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  885-2261  GOVERNMENT AWARENESS WEEK  April 18th ��� 24th  Promoted by the 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 CONTEST^  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.  NOTICE  Area (F' Residents  Residents ot 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!  sSCRD DISPLAY'  at Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons  & Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt  Featuring our  COMPUTERIZED MAPPING SYSTEM  s=OPEN HOUSED  Wednesday, April 21  at our Sechelt Office  Watch this space for more details & information  about tours ol our PUBLIC WORKS PROJECTS  ELECTORAL AREA MAP  Many times Sunshine Coast residents are  unsure of which electoral area that they  reside in. Below is a map which illustrates  the electoral areas.  The following is a list of the  directors and the areas that  they represent:  sawiisH  Area A  Area B  Area C  Area D  Area E  Area F  Gordon Wilson  Peggy Connor  Stan Dixon  Brett McGillivray  Jim Gurney  John Shaske  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  MON.  IMINIBUS TIMETABLE: =  TUES. WED. THURS. FRI.  I  Leaves  Sechelt  lor  Gibsons  8:40 am  10:00 am  (Lowe, Road!  1:00 pm  3:15 pm  (Lower Road)  8:40 am  10:00 am  (Lower Road)  1:00 pm  2:30 pm  8:40 am  10:00 am  (Lower Road)  1:00 pm  3:15 pm  (Lower Road)  8:40 am  10:00 am  (Lower Road)  1:00 pm  2:30 pm  8:40 am  10:00 am  3:15 pm  Leaves  Qlbsons  lor  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  (Lowor Road)  1:35 pm  (Lower Roadl  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  NO SERVICE ON  WEEKENDS OR  PUBLIC  HOLIDAYS  885-5881  FARES: One Zone ��� .75; oach additional zone .25  Zotit #1: Gibsons lo Roberts Creek (Flume Road)  Zone #2: Roberls Creek to Sechelt  "Lowor Road" route ��� via Flume Road, Beach Avenue and Lower Road  Regular stops st Sochalt and Gibsons Medical Clinics.  Sachelt Bus Stop:  The Dock, Cowrie Streel  Gibsons Bus Stop: Lower Qibsons, Municipal Parking Lol,  Gower Point Road. Coast News, March 28,1988  27.  COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS  ^=r  1.  Homes a. Property  17.  Barter 1 Trade  2.  ���Irtlii  18.  For Sale  3.  Oblluirln  ��� 9.  Autos  4.  In McmorUm  20.  Campers  S.  Thank You  21.  Marine  6.  Personal  22.  Mobile Homes  7.  Announcements  23.  Motorcycles  8.  Weddings 8.  24.  Wanted to (em  Engagements  25.  ���eds.beal.last  9.  lost  26.  lor lent  to.  found  27.  Help Wanted  II.  Pets J. livestock  28.  Work Wanted  12.  Musk  29.  Child Care  13.  Travel  30.  Business  14.  Wanted  Opportunities  15.  free  31.  legal  Cl  Garage Sales  32.  B.C. 1 Yukon  c  Homes  *V Property  Drop off your  COAST NEWS  Classifieds  at any of our convenient  Friendly People  Places  IN PENDER HARBOUR   Marina Pharmacy m.2m  AC Building Supplies 833-9551  IN HALFMOON BAY   B & J Store ees 9435  IN SECHELT  Books & Stuff  (Trail Bay Cenlre) 865-2625  The Coast News  (Cowrie Street) 885-3930  IN DAVIo BAY-  Peninsula Market 8659721  IN WILSON CREEK -  Wilson Creek  Campground 6655937  IN ROBERTS CREEK   Seaview Market sss 3400  IN GIBSONS   B & D Sports  (Sunnycrest Mall) 886-4635  The Coast News  (behind Dockside Pharmacy) 886-2622  DEADLINE IS NOON SATURDAY  FOR MONDAY PUBLICATION  *:>*. ti    "  Wanted, waterfront acreage will)  protected deep waler moorage,  road access, privacy. Motivated  cash buyer, please reply No.  112, 2619 Alma St., Van.. B.C.  V6R 3S1 980-4547. #14  FREE CABINS  To be removed <rom lire Rilz  Motel. Site musl be cleared.  Block ol 5 motel unils. shell only  ���price negotiable. 886-2401. #13  Allocable walerlronl, 1.24  acres, treed, wilh newly built 2  bdrm. home on sandy beach  soulh ol Powell River. $67,900  Phone 487-4180. #15  WF 2 bdrm. house, Gibsons  Marina, potential addition.  $81,500 886-7955. #15  Obituaries  ANDERSON REALTY  The Sunshine Coast  Specialists lor  ��� Recreation  ��� Retirement  ��� Relocation  FREE CATALOGUE  Teredo Square, Sechelt  885-3211  Van. Toll Free 8IH-6016  Bill & Karen Phillips are the friendly new faces at  Wilson  Creek  Campground, a  Friendly People  Place   where   they'll   help   you   fill   out  classifieds.  your  OtfA-  n��>  NEW LOWER  Classified Ad Rates  $400  1  (minimum) for 10 words  C\��s'  \\  Am 5       '<>r t'1C'1 ���"'���''Ii0"''' ���vord  Pay for 2 weeks, Cet the 3rd week FREE  NEW!  $m Sb^'classifieds  They run until your item is sold!  I J      for up to 10 words     I       per additional word  Yuur .id, featuring one Item (inly, will run for four consctulivt1  weeks and will Ihetl lie t ancelled unk'ss you instruct us to renew it  tor .mother lour, !>y Saturday,   1 pm.  NO CHARGE FOR RENEWAl (or ,is long as you want!  ALL CLASSIFIED ADS musl 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,  Sechell��. cibsons    SATURDAY, 3 pm  COAST NEWS Classifieds  Conn,. Sr . Sec hell  885-3930  The LOWEST Price!  The HIGHEST Circulation!  The FIRST on Ihe slreel!  CiuiceLane, Gibsons  886-2622  Jayne and John Clarke are proud  lo announce the birth ol Iheir lirsl  child, Stuart James, born March  17, 1988 al 3 pm, weighing in al  7 lbs., 2 ozs. Happy grandparents are Bill Clarke and  Shelagh McGonigle ol Ollawa,  Sandra Clarke ol Vancouver;  Bruce and Julie MacDonald ol  North Vancouver; and Mikey and  Bunny Montgomery ol Fanny  Bay. Special lhanks lo Or  Lehman and Ihe very caring nursing stall ol SI. Mary's Hospilal  during mom's recovery        #13  Ingold/Hughes; Juerg and Bonnie are happy lo announce the  birth ol Iheir daughter. Helen  Elizabeth, on March 14 al 6:35  pm. weighing 3440 gms. Very  special thanks lo Ors. Cairns  Paelkau and Farrer and Ihe terrific stall al SI. Mary's.        #13  Neumann: David and Heather are  thrilled lo announce the birlh ol  our son. Jared David, weighing  an even 9 lbs on March 15 al  7:07 pm A baby brolher for Jennifer Proud grandparents are  Paul 8 Gail Mulligan and Allred S  Muriel Neumann Great-grand-  parenls are Fred & Mary Slenner  & Theresa Mulligan Special  lhanks lo Dr Lehman. Mrs  Manslield and Ihe nursing stall al  SI Mary's. Thanks also to Mom.  Michelle & Mom M. #13  South Coast  Ford  1987 BRONCO 4X4  Eddie Bauer Package.  Excellent Condilion  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  .        DL 5936 885-3281  SILVEY. On March 19. 1988.  Malcolm Matthew Silvey ol Powell  River, B.C., age 72 years. He is  survived by his wile. Olga; son,  Doug and wile Elaine ol Egmonl,  B.C.: son, Larry and wile Bev,  daughter. Lynn Snyder and husband Bill, all of Powell River: nine  grandchildren No service by re-  guest Donations lo Ihe charily ol  your choice  #13  GRANT Passed away March 23.  1988 after a lengthy battle with  cancer. Gordon William Grant,  lale ol Roberls Creek, age 66  years. Survived by his loving wile  Florence, one daughter, Dania ol  Vancouver: two grandchildren.  Brent and Brenda: brothers. Stan  and Les of Vancouver. Jack of  Castlegar, He served in the RCAF  during WWII in England and  North Alrica. Member ol Royal  Canadian Legion Branch 140,  Sechell. Funeral service was held  Saturday. March 26 in the Chapel  of Devlin Funeral Home Gibsons,  Reverend Alex Reid officiated. Interment Seriview Cemelery,  #13  FLETCHER: Mary Fletcher passed away in her 79th year on  March 21, 1988. Sadly missed  by her loving lamily. brolher and  wile Frank and Jean Wyngaerl ol  Gibsons: son and wife, Alfred and  Elsie Fletcher ol Nanaimo:  daughter. Mary Cook ol Gibsons;  grandchildren and greal grandchildren; sisters-in-law: nieces  and nephews. No service by re-  guesl. Private cremalion arrangements Ihrough Devlin  Funeral Home, In lieu of flowers,  donalions may be made lo a  charily ol your choice. #13  PHELPS: Passed away al home  on March 22. 1988. John Livingstone Phelps, lale ol Hallmoon  .Bay. aged 71 years. Survivedby  his wile. Jean: son Willard and-  wife Evelyn, ol Whitehorse:  granddaughter Caiolynn. of Vancouver; grandson John, ot  Whitehorse. Private cremalion arrangements Ihrough Devlin  Funeral Home. Donalions lo Ihe  Hearl Fund appreciated in lieu ol  Mowers #13  Mr. W.J. Oliver would like lo  lhank the Madeira Park Ambulance Service lor Iheir guick  service and good work in attending lo Alva Williams who had an  unlorlunale accidenl and broke  her leg. Wendy Haddock and  Diane Gogh were in attendance  and their good work in Ihe ambulance was much appreciated  #13  Grateful lhanks lo all who sent  cards & Mowers & for support 8  sympathy Special 'hanks lo  Gerry & Hazel Berlhelel and Iheir  daughter Perri.  Irene Dull #13  Personal  Sunshine Coasl Transition  House a sale place lor women  wfro aie emotionally or physically  abused Counselling and legal in  lo . 24 hr. crisis line 8B5-2944  TFN  INDIVIDUAL THERAPY  COUPLES COUNSELLING  Call Eleanor Mae 885-9018  #16  I'm sick ol playing with mysell  Top Secrel. Paranoia, Axis and  Alis. Diplomacy, pic. Greg  886-3266. #13  South Coast  ,-      Ford  1*69 MERCEDES  BENZ 250 CE  2 Door Coupe  Fuel injected 6 Cyl. Engine.  rebuilt.   Engine  has   10,000  KMS   on   il,   Aulomalic  Iransmission, power sunroof,  cassette slereo, comes wilh a  good invenlory ol spare parts.  Overall condilion very good.  Asking Price $10,995  Whirl Rd., Sechelt  ol 5936 885-3281  Announcements  Income Tax Service  Complete return - $10 00 (incl.  dupl.)   Douglas   Baird.   1255  Carmen Rd, 886-3955.        #13  Registration is being laken lor the  workshop - Pasl Life Regression  and Though! as a Forerunner lo  Crealion - by Sue Winters and  Rose Nicholson. For details call  886-8353or885-2103.        #14  The  "BUSHWHACKER"  885-7421  #13  World Bcok - ChildCrafl. winner  ol Ihe globe is Irene Hawkins ol  Gibsons. Nexl display: Trail Bay,  Apr. 15. 16 For more inlo call  Melanie Rupert. 886-3786    #13  Personal income tax returns done  (dup incl.)$10 886-9233.  #15  "WtHtUf'd,  Reasonable Rates  For more info call  885-3771  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 lo Ihem. Can you  see whal il's doing lo you? Al-  Anon can help. Phone 886-9903  or 886-9826.  Attention Teens  Al-Aleen   Can   Help.   Phone  886-7103. TFN  South Coast  Ford  1981 OLDS ROYAL  2 DOOR  V8, Aulo.. Clean,  Many Extras  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  PL 5936 885-3281       j  Can you help?  Gibsons Landing Thealre Project  886-8778  TFN  Phone us today aboul our beautiful selection ol personalized wedding invitations, napkins, matches, stationery, and more  Jeannie's Gills 8 Gems  886-2023  TFN  j *��� Weddings ]  ML Engagement* I  *>  Mr. & Mrs. Joe Tucker wish lo.  announce the marriage ol Iheir  daughter Jenny to John Holme,  son of Mr. 8 Mrs. W. Holme.  Wedding March 29. N. Vancouver. #13  9.  Lost  Men's eyeglasses in Lower Gibsons on March 19 886-7495  #13  Agamennon Channel. 14' yellow  clinker wood boal with l/glass  bottom, hole in the side, escaped  Mar. 21. belongs lo kids.  883-9063 colled #13  ^    1 Livestock J  MAGUS KENNELS  ��� Bright clean dog  & cat boarding  ��� Dog grooming  Lowest Price. On  "SCIENCE D/fcT"  OPEN 8 am - 6:30 pm  everyday. 886-8568  SPCA  885-4771  II  Pets  1 Livestock  J  Free to good home. 15 mo. Gordon Seller/Lab cross. 886-2740.    #14  spcaTdoption  2 blk. lab puppies. 1 male, 1  female, 3'A mos 885-5734. #13  [^ u Music J  PIANO  TUNING  repairs 4. appraisals  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  Strings n Things  Has moved lo Teredo Sq ,  Sechell Tues lo Sal, 10-5:30  885-7781 #13  [14.  Wanted  Tables.  886-9261.  china.  #13  Attention! New store in Lower  Gibsons needs local crafts lo sell  on consignment. Phone  886-9288 #14  Hall   sel   ladies'  886-8558 eves.  goll  clubs.  TFN  Wanled to buy, 2-3 bdrm. house  between Rbls. Ck. and Gibsons,  $40-50,000 range Vendors lo  finance, have down payment.  886-3041. #15  LOG BUYING STATION  Cedar, Fir. Hemlock  886-7033  Terminal Forest Products.   #TFN  '84 Nissan King Cab: boal & 9 9  molor; Bauhaus sectional, oak  table. Simmons single bed: sewing machine; pressure canner,  T.I 994A home .computer, solid  wood dressers; 15 gal aquarium  8 access. Many more misc  items 885-3149 all 6pm  #13  1 - 4x8 pool table with acces���  $500 OBO. base station Realistic.  Navaho wilh anlenna, $150,  TRC-432 CB base station. $100  886-2212. #13  t Clnholm Furniture  And Interiors  = Contemporary=  -   S0FA&  LOVE SEAT  Reg $1495  swje S9751  South Coiist  Ford       i  1981  GRAND LEMANS  2 Door, V8 Automatic, Tilt  Wheel, Power Windows  Stk. #07-057-1  When Rd., Sechelt  oi 5836 885-3281  Free Soil Tesl Clinic  Sunday, April 10  Qualrly Farm 8 Garden Supply  #13  FARM AUCTION - Livestock,  misc. Consignments welcome.  886-7243. #14  Giant yard sale. Apr. 2 8 3. 10-4  Tools, radios, autos. baby things,  something lor all. Come rain or  shine lo Payne & 101. Gibsons.  Early birds welcome #13  South Coast  Ford  1986 F150  SUPERCAB 4X4  6 Cyl, 4 Sp.. iwo tone paint,  XL trim level, 39.000 Kms  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  OL 5936 885-3281  Greal Sale' Selected books 8.  records. $1 ea; linen galore1  Wood Ibl, & chair set: loveseal:  dressers: occas. Ibis & chairs'  Easier cards, 3/$1, rhmestone  jewellry. 14K gold rings, dishes,  pals 'n pans. elc. Sheels &  lowels. $1 ea Open M,W,Th,Fr,  Sal. 10-4.30, beside Elson Glass  For Olde Times Sake - we buy.  sell 8 Hade 886-8261 #15  fiaT  -\  for Sale  Fireplace  insert.  $400.  stove.  $250. 26" TV. $350 886-8696  #13  SCIENCE DIET 8 IAMS  Pel Food  Quality Farm 8 Garden  Supply Ltd.  Prall Rd. 886-7527  TFN  Dog Obedience Classes begin in  April. To register phone  886-8568. #14  South Coast  K     Ford  1984 BRONCO 4X4  351 V8, Aulomatic.  Trail Tow Equipped, 1-Owner,  Slk. #87-059-1  Whir) Rd., Sechelt  .        DL 5936 885-3281 .  Rhodes 8 Azaleas  Large selection $3-$14, Roberls  Creek Nursery, 2569 Lower Rd.  886-2062. #13  Ladies'/girl's CCM. 3 sp. bike,  exc. cond., $125 OBO,  886-3504. #14  Brown vinyl love seat 8 couch,  $75 OBO 885-5617. #13  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 stepladder. $30; new Merc  5 gal. tank. $40: Reel  lawnmower, $45; boom chain,  8', $40: crab Irap. $10.  886-B465. #14  WANTED!! WANTED!!  Half set ladies' goll clubs.  886-8558 eves. TFN  SOFA & CHAIR.  Reg. $1395  s^899  "Cowrie St.. Sechelt j  I     Beside Sears Outlet      i  sOpen Tues-Sat 10-5J  3885-37131  T 8 S SOIL  Mushroom Manure  Topsoil Mixed  Bark Mulch  By Ihe yard or 14 yard diesel  dumplruck-lull. Top quality products at reasonable prices You  pickup or we deliver   Phone  anytime 885-5669. TFN  Wilh every purchase of an Electrolux vacuum, you gel Iree a rug  washer, seal chest or Trivac.  value ol $130 or more. Conlact  Stella Mutch this week.  886-7370. #14  Wasteking universal dishwasher.  $100; lireplace airtight Insert  $125: bathroom vanity, complete  wilh sink, laps, $50 OBO  886-2323. #14  South Coast  K     Ford  1986 T-BIRD  V8, EFI, Automatic, Overdrive.  Loaded with Options  Slk. #67-320-1  Wharl Rd., Sechelt  ,        DL 5936 885-3281        .  MUSHROOM COMPOST  Wood based, well decomposed  $15/pick-up    We   load.   Call  885-2308   leave   name   and  number #14  Walnul table, circa 1900, $350.  18" mower, elec, $50, 5 lite  chand., $10; slereo. $10: 47  Nancy Drews. $75; 30 Hardy  Boys. $50; 34 Trixie Beldens,  $50,886-7736. #14  Multicycle Inglis auto washer,  $295 Guaranleed 8 delivered.  883-2648. TFN  Country style sola 8 chair. $150.  TV 8 sland. $75: waterbed.  $225:3yr.war dryer. $100. wringer washer, $50. spmwasher,  $25: ladies' bike. $65 All prices  OBO 886-9330. #13  Padded L-shapedbar, 78"x62 ",  4 wrought iron stools, matching 6  II planter 8 bar cabinet 26" TV  console, cabinet only, oak ar-  borrle desk. 66 x32" 3 legal  drawers w/legs. 9-drawer desk.  41x21". solid oak spoke chair 2  Phillips 7x12 speakers. Phone  Male answering machine. 10  Greal Stories ol Canada book  series, while leather armchair Ig  matching hassock, 5 leisure  suits, one sporls jacket, size  40-42 tall, musl see 886 7856.  #15  Color VCR camera wilh portaol-  VCR $825 OBO Tarry 886-3S��  886-2268 IFN  While bath shell bowl, tap',  toilet. $200; dbl shell bowl vainly lop. taps. $60: dbl. glz. win  dow 8 screen, 5'x4', $70. ��m-  dow (dbl. glz.) 2x4', $30,2  ���24" bifold doors, $12 ea.; new|  gray toil seat. $25 885-9270   I  'M  sale!  Reconditioned appli's lor  wilh warranty 886-9959    #I3J  Sectional couch, soil, brawn.!  almost new. $450. 886-4500  886-3280. .#15  Free Soil Tesl Clinic  Sunday. April 10  Quality Farm & Garden Supply!  #13  Watkrns products available. For  Iree sale flyer call 886-7339, fjjj  Washer, dryer, fridge, slove. alj  gd. work order, built-in1  dishwasher works but besl lor'  parts. $1,000 lor all or setif  separate, $250 each, 886-9229,  #13=  Green Onion  Earth Station  SATELLITE  Sales & Service   *  885-5644  Firewood  886-3452  lor   sale.  $70/cord  #15  142,  $250  #15  1971    Volvo  886-2520  New canopy for LR Ranger will]  clamps, windows all around,  $395 886-7956. t"U.  '80 - 450 John Deere loader. .4 In  1 winch, gd. cond.; 76 - 5:fori'  GMC single axle dumptrtlok,:  Tandem axle trailer Box 280. p$.  Coasl News, Box 460, Grbsrjfu.'  B.C. VON 1V0 iii'  Antiques By appoint, only'  885-9021. Sat.. Apr 2: A-H/tefl.  wheelchair. $250 #}3'  Gardeners delight - horse manure;  $10 PU. U-load. 886-4582. 6pm'  -8pm #15  SUNSHINE COAST  BUILDING SUPPLIES ma lid  "Come in and see  our changes"  Mon -Sat. 8:00-5:00  1356 Wharl fid., Sechell  885-5818  Factory shaper with guide bearing 8 2 cullers. $295. cutlers  worlh $175 apiece, needs motor.  886-3730 #'13  South Coast  k     Ford  1984  BR0NCQ.1i;  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  OL 5936 885-3281  75 Grand Prix 400, lilt, P/W.  P/B, $1000 lirm: new aulo  washer, unused 886-7360   #13  11' inllal. boal. lakes up lo 25  HP. $2600 or Irade lor tent  trailer. 885-9245. #15  0S-22 64K computer. NEC  monitor, Milae 5V<" drive, Ad-  male DPIOO prinler, $750.  883-9915. #13  Horse manure, $15 a pick-up  load 886-3999or886-3059. #14  Boal trailer - tandem hydraulic  brakes, will carry 30' boal, 2/3  complele, mostly galvanized,  $1795 886-3730 #13  South Coast  Ford  1977 FORD LTD  V8, Aulo. 2 Door,  76.000 Miles  Wharl Rd., Sechelt  PL 5936 885-3281  Kioehler sola 8 armchair sel. 10  mos old. Immaculate, $800  |$1500new). Kenmore 17 cu. II  Iridge. almd . 2 yr . $650, Kenmore elec range, while, 8 yr .  $200: Kitchen-aid. B/l D/W, 5  yr. almd . $200, assld elec  baseboard heaters, assld windows ��� sgl, glazed: lulon mal-  Iress. $80 886-7313 or  886-8103. #13  SEASONED  FIREWOOD  $80/cord  10% Seniors Oiscounl  886-2489  Brand new factory wood slove.  $250 886-3730. #13  HAV FOR SALE  New Hay $3 50    Old Hay $2.50  Can deliver. 885-9357   '  TFN  You can enjoy the  convenience of  Phone-in Classifieds by  calling our Sechelt Office  885-3930 naiull _o.   1300  ,opy for sm truck, insulated.  screened windows, lights. $225  OBO: 75 Ford LTD. 2 dr., gd  cond . runs great, no rust, $600  OBO 886-8933. #13  69 Chev PU.gd. shape in 8 oul.  $900; '82 Yamaha 400. Maxim,  gd. shape. $900: '83 Suzuki 250  RM. $350. 72 Ford 4X4 parts or  whole. $375. Leave mess, all  6pm 883-9334 #13  1979 Ford 3/4 T 4X4. V8. blue  8 while, mag tires, gd cond .  $4000 OBO 886-8915 #14  75 Chevy pickup, $800 OBO  886-9837 #13  '80 Sunbird. new multler.  brakes shocks, lit end. tuneup.  greal on gas. $3200 M Hollz.  Box 395 Sechell #14  1980 Malrbu Classic SW. 6 cyl .  air cond . rear w/delrosl, good  cond   $3500 883-9435       #14  ���'84 Toyola 4X4 lor sale, $7000  firm 886-3464 or 886-7924  #13  79 Chev Nova, $1500 OBO  8.86-8508 #15  4)4 1 Ton Iruck and 24'  Vyilderness camper 5th Wheeler  can include job 886-3834 Box  391, Gibsons, BC. #15  I FORD WINDOW VAN  Econoline 150  Straight 6 w/overdrlve 25 MPG. 5  passenger white wheels wide  tires, tool rack, air vent, twin  tanks, radio, new radiator, heater  radiator new clutch and llywheel  new watetpump I have spent lots  of money on this van All hills  available We have nought larger  van lor our company This van is  sold with toll gas lanks  VSif S150000BUys  /GREAT TRANSPORTATION  185-2616 or 885-4666 days  19.  Auto* J ^ Autos J ^   MotofhowesJ  I  80 Chev 'A Ton. 72 Chev ��.  Ton, 7'ft HP Merc oulboard,  66  Cadillac Convertible 886-2565  #13  CASH PAID  For Some Cars and Trucks  Dead Car Removal  886-2020  TFN  South Coast  Ford      '  1973 TOYOTA  COROLLA 2DR  4 Cyl , Aulomatic. I Owner.  Wharl Rd., Sechell  PL 5936 BBS 3?B I J  1976 Meicury Monarch, gd.  cond. great mileage. $600  886-7521 #15  Wrecking 76 Ford H T. 390.  new tires, split rims, lots more  886-9374 #13  69 VW van, good run cond ,  $350 OBO 70 Datsun PU  w/can. reliable, $400 OBO  886-3642 #13  79 Ford Courier PU. A/T ? 3  molor, long box match FG  canopy, rel clean, sharp, exc  cond   $3500 886-8465      #15  76 Dalsun B210 engine great  body awful, pail? $100.  886-9122 #13  75 Dodge >l< T Pwr Wgn   4x4.  4 spd ��� PS/PB. 318, PTO winch  all seas rad. $3000 885-4584  #13  1964 Chev 1 ton on duels, steel  Hal deck, 6 cyl . 4 speed, good  iruck, $1500 885-4708.      #13  South Coast  Ford      i  1985 TEMPO 4 DR  4 Cyl.. 4 Sp.. Very Clean  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  DL 5936 885-3281 J  74 Mavenck. 2dr , 6aulo. P/S,  radials. runs well. $600  885-4708 #13  74 Ford */. ton pick up. exc  motor 8 bans, gd rear rubber,  lair body, gd wood truck.  886-3730 #13  76 Chrysler, runs good needs  brakes, $500 OBO 886-3151  #13  '80 Dalsun 20OSX  exc  cond  $3500 886-2953 #13  75 Dodge 'ft Ion, slant 6 sld .  exc shape, $1200 OBO  886-9050 #15  71 Olds, 4 dr . new brakes,  mechanically excellent. $550  litm 886-3935, #15  ,'5 Mallbu. V8 aulo. 4 dr . very  reliable transportation. $500  886-7928 eves #13  1979 Plymouth Horizon runs  well, all records available. $1600  Sieve 883-9551 or 883-9342 #15  79 Chev Nova. 6 cyl . 4 di .  yours for only $750 885 9509  886-7311 "3  South Coast  Ford      i  1985 COUGAR  V6,   Auto,   Well   Equipped  A,'C. Tilt/Speed Very Cle.in  Wharl Rd.. Sechelt  DL 5936 885-3281 J  20  Campers  Motorhomes  1984 Prowler 24' travel trailer,  bunk beds etc., lull balh, awning, like new 883-9174.      #13  1973 14' Prowler trailer, gas  stove, oven, turn . 3 way Iridge  new prop lanks, exc cond  Presently parked on RV site al  Gowei Pt All year creek 8ocean,  water 8 elec incl with lease.  $3000 OBO 464-9397 #14  South Coast  Ford      )  1976 TOYOTA  LAND CRUISER 4X4  6 Cyl. Standard,  A Real Hunting Machine"  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  DL S936 885-3281  8V Frontier camper Excellent  condilion 885-3509 #13  K, - I Ton iruck 8 24'Wilderness  camper, 5lh Wheeler, can include  lob 886-3834, Box 391, Gibsons. B C #15  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  99-25-70 HP 1982-1986. exc  cond.. exc price Lowes Resort  883-2456 TFN  80 dock w/40' iron slairs.  comes with 2 V? yi water lease in  Gibsons Haibour. $12,000 OBO  farry 886-3595 or 886-2268  TFN  14'Cobra 40 HP elec slarl hydr  steering trailer. $2150 OBO,  tatty 886-3595 or 886 2268  TFN  ?0'  sailboat 8 trade  ml  cond .  nr  lew OB  $3000  886-9056.  #13  25'  wooden  sloop.  qd.  cond..  enq  needs  repair.  $4500 com-  plele 883-2745.  #13  Moorage (up lo 32) Gibsons.  May ��� Sepl $2/11 886-7714  #13  CAPTAIN BILL MURRAY  Master Mariner  in Sail and Steam  Formerly o' Higgs Marine  Marine Surveyors  and Consultants  885-3643  S' FG Apollo weekender, sleeps |  4, slandup head, galley, 233 HP  Merc 883-2632, #13  12' aluminum boal. toiler. 6 HP  Evinrude. windshield, many extras, oilers. 886-8787 #14  90 HP Merc, phone alter 6pm.  886-2765 #15  45' steel sailboat. $40,000.  unrigged will consider partial  payment on house ot value up to  $50,000. Conlacl Jim Harding  8869648 #15  24 II centreboard cruising  sailboat, wood/libreglass. Sleeps  4 9V.' oulboard 3 sails with 4  wheel road trailer Phone  885-7396 #15  Lot 158  2 BR, - Fr.. Stv.  New carpets and lino thru-out  A very clean home.  Connected to all services and  ready to move into at a  Low Price ol $12,900  SUNSHINE COAST MOBILE  HOME PARK  1 ml. Wait al rimioni on rlvy 101  Phone 886-9826  Bgamnnnaa  SUNSHINE COAST  BUILDING SUPPLIES ini ltd.  "Come in and see  our changes"  Men.-Sit. 8:00-5:00  1356 Wharl Rd., Sechelt  885-5818  Accom. required for Beachcomber crew Prefer furnished,  April to end of Sept. Contact  Helen Wong, CBC-TV. call collect  662-6246.  TFN  Working couple wilh 1 child require 2 or 3 bdrm. house lor long  term rental. Call 886-8680  #13  Urgently need 3 bdrm. house.  Rbts. Ck-Gibsons 885-4116 or  886-7303. #13  MOBILE HOME SALES  We will match or beller any price  in B C Chapman Creek Homes.  01 7283 885-5965 #13  NEW HOMES  Irom $19,900  FOB including rugs, drapes, appliances As low as $2000 down  OAC. Call collect 580-4321.  TFN  South Coast  Ford      ���  1978 XTC VAN  RAISED ROOF  V8 Aulo.. Fully Camperized.  Refrigerator. Furnace. Slove,  Oven. Toilet, Very Clean  Wharl Rd., Sechelt  \^ PL 5936  5J28I  Mobile home space available.  Sunshine Coast Mobile Home  Paik 886-9826. TFN  1984 Suzuki GS 1150E, new in  1986, mini cond.. low miles,  $3100. plus exlras. 885-7248  eves. #13  South Coast  "      Ford  1985  ECONOLINE VAN  6 Cyl,. Aulo., 98.000 KMS,  Very Clean  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  L DL 5916 885-3281  1978 Yamaha 650 Special, gd  cond., new tires. $800 OBO  886-8044 all, 6pm. #15  3 bike motorcycle trailer wilh  spare tire. Factory buill $895  new; $395 lirm 886-3730.    #13  73 Honda 500 runs good. $350  OBO. 886-3151. #13  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 readers.  $129. for 25 words  ($3. per each additional word)  Call the COAST NEWS a! 885-3930 to place one.  AUTOMOTIVE  New trucks available W/  steady year round contracts.  Low interest rales, 12.9%  and up. Good selection ol  makes and models. Minimum investment, $8,000.  Phone   Transpo.   1-800-663-  0146.   Almost Wholesale! Cars and  trucks, new or used, buy or  lease, credit approval same  day. Call (Craine and O'Connor) Vancouver 291-2266.  Airport pickup.   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 warranty.  Payments from $139/mo.  O.A.C, Call lease manager  at (604)465-6931. DL5584. _  Fleet Prices New 8, Used  GM Cars & Trucks, Example  - New 1988 GMC S15 Pickup  $8893. Leasing and Financing Available Call collect  534-7431. Gold Key. Dealer  08016.   All makes truck/auto lease.  Ford, GMC and Dodge. The  vehicle you want lor Ihe  price you want delivered lo  your door. For information  Bob Langstaff. Colled 327-  0431. 0*5662.   BUSINESS  OPPORTUNITIES   Mechanically Minded? Like  to own your own business?  New concept for all industries. Simple, proven product. Minimum investment -  excellent project. 1-859-6677  alter 5 p.m. No catches.  Want a share of $378 Billion  per year grocery business?  S.A.S.E. to Weal (groceries), P.O. Box 67375, Van-  couver, B.C. V5W 3T1.  Vacuum Pumping Service - 3  equipped trucks, fire &  sludge pumps in the Cariboo. 40 acre registered  dump site, gross $200,000.  Consider logging truck pari  payment. (604)392-4048.  Woodworking business manufacturing quality gifiware.  Modern industrial building,  equipment, established accounts, expanding market.  Priced under $125,000. (604)  832-3202 evenings.   "Free Electricity". Heating  and Air Conditioning. New  technology. Manulacturer or  marketing high profit solving energy problems. For a  Iree video presentation. Call  1-805-652-2560.   "Slender You Figure Salons" protected territories.  Excellent pay back -  $30,000. investment, 70  opened in Canada in less  than one year. New to B.C.  Telephone   Emily   Olexson  (604)538-5336.     Mining - Placer Leases  Quesnel area for sale or  lease. All leases in good  areas.  Some testing done.  Phone 747-3405.   Operating four car garage,  living quarters. Main Street  Lillooel, B.C. Two product  pump, two 5,000 gallon  tanks. $140,000. Other  equipment optional. (604)  256-7931. Box 1148, VOK  1V0.  BUSINESS  C^ORTUNTTIES   Cash In-Cash Oul. Coke,  Pepsi, Libby's, Heinz -  World Famous Drinks you  will refill in your new, unique, cold pop/juice vendors  wilh separate price sellings  Minimum investmenl ol  $11,980 secured as we supply freight, equipment installed in locations, product  fills, supplies, etc. Own your  cash business, your choice,  part or full-time. Call/write  (24 hours) for brochure.  Solar Business Centres, 100  Easl Drive, Suite 200,  Bramalea, Ontario, L6T 1B3.  Mr. Halbot 1-(4161-761-5705,  Leasing Company Irancnises  available. 20 new offices  opening across B.C Investmenl ol $8900 can net an  average of $2.7 million in  sales  per/yr.   For  info  call  1-604-464-6418   EDUCATIONAL   Women: Interested in a career in Mechanics? Malas-  pina College. Powell River is  accepting applications for  iheir full-time General  Mechanics Program commencing   Sept.    1988.   485-  287B.   Diploma correspondence.  Free calendar High School  upgrading, accounting, management, administration,  secretarial, compulers. Established 1964. National College, 444 Robson, Vancouver, 688-4913 loll Iree 1-800-  387-1281, 24 hours  EQUIPMENT  AND MACHINERY   Wanl to fly your own helicopter? Potorway Executive  2 place kit, 'A finished  Everything you need lo complete. $38,000. Randy (604)  336-1969.   Miller "Big 40" portable  gas welder. Shake block  racks. 18' and 14' block  conveyers. Recreational travel trailer 14' good, clean,  propane fridge, stove. Jack  462-7521.  FOR SALE MISC.  FOR SALE MISC.  Wanled - Dish Owners That  Want those programs back!  Complete Videocipher 11  Descramblers now available  direct Irom established distributor at unheard o! price,  $995 nol $1 500. while sup-  ply lasts. 1-403-728-3610.  Lighting Fixtures Western  Canada's largesl display.  Wholesale and retail. Free  Catalogues available. Nor-  burn Lighting Cenlre. 4600  East Hastings Slreet. Burnaby, B.C V5C 2K5. Phone  1-299-0666.  GARDENING  Greenhouse & Hydroponic  equipment, supplies. Everything you need. Best quality,  super low prices. Greenhouse $175., Halides $115.  Over 3.000 products in  slock! Send $2 for info pack  & Free magazine to Western  Water Farms, 1244 Seymour  SI., Vancouver, B.C. V6B  3N9. 1-604-682-6636.  HEALTH AND BEAUTY  HELP WANTED  REAL ESTATE  Governmenl Cash Granls  now available!1 1988 edition  listing provincial/federal  granls for businesses, farmers, students, seniors, elc,  $24.95 cheque, C.O.D.,  Visa, AmEx, w/expiry. Oak-  dale Publishing Co., 4648A -  99th St., Edmonton, Alia.  T6E 5H5. 1-403-434-4444.  Convert Freezer to giant  cooler/roolcellar. Drinks.  Rootcrops firm and sprout-  free. Milk, Eggs. Flowers.  Roadside display. Free literature. Arcticfire, 1 Broadway Ave.,   Napinka,   Man.  ROM 1N0.   One 19BO Chevrolet 60 S/A  Dump Truck c/w 5 yard box.  GVW 23,160 lbs., (front  7,000 lbs., rear 16,160 lbs.)  366 Gas, 285V 5 speed trans,  900 X 20 tires, live hydraulics at 25 G.P.M. with plow  control and sander control,  41,000 km., front tires good,  rear tires fair. With or without 1977 Hi-Way Slip In  Sander Model E-2020.  Please forward offers to:  John W. Collier, Superintendent of Works & Services, c/o Town of Golden,  Box 350, Golden, B.C. V0A  1H0.  Helsinki Method Hair Treatment. Moneyback Guarantee $58.04 Poslpaid (March  Special - $52.58). Certified  cheque laster. Payable:  Cuthill, 1316 Granl Streel,  Viclona, B.C. V8R 1M3.  Canadian      Distributorships  AyaMable^   HELP WANTED  Wanted: Paris Counter man  lor North Island GM Dealership. Must have min. of five  years GM experience. Salary  dependant upon experience.  Please submit resume to  P.O. Box 1589, Porl Hardy,  B.C. VON 2P0 Attn: R.  Cooke or phone 949-7442.  We are looking for Ihe best!  Our rapidly growing Service  Department requires the following people immediately:  GM Trained - General  Mechanics specializing in  front-end alignment on the  Hunfer System, proficient in  engines, manual & automatic transmissions, differential 8 brakes elc. Trim  Mechanic - trained in uphol-  slery. electrical 8, glass replacement Tune-up Mechanic - Must have taken the  8-day S.E.T Electronics  Course Excellent working  condilions, wages, incentives and full benefits in one  of Vancouver's most progressive GM Dealerships.  Phone Jim Hampson or  Bruce McDermid for an interview. 987-5231 Today!  Dick Irwin Chevrolet Olds-  mobile Ltd., 845 Marine Dr.,  North Vancouver, B.C.  New Company - Ambitious  People Needed full/part  time to market breakthrough  products for hair loss, acne,  unwanted hair, etc., No experience necessary. Excellent  pay-outs.   1-403-259-  2132.   Be Your Own Boss. Earn  money as a full/part-time  dealer ol beautilul Eelskin  goods (wallets, handbags,  briefcases). No investment,  no sales experience required. Start immediately. For  kit, mail name, address,  '515. cheque/m.o. (deductible from order) to: Charisma, Dept. AC21, #205 - 259  Midpark Way S.E., Calgary,  Alta. T2X1M2.  Ma Cherie Fashions. Discover a new rewarding career. Be an independent. Join  our team. It's the fun, easy  way lo earn extra money.  Call colled (416)632-9090.  General Reporter/Pholo-  grapher reouired immediately for fast growing community newspaper chain in cen-  Iral B.C. There is room for  advancement for the aggressive, objective and vibrant  reporter. The successful applicant should have good  people management and  photographic skills. Previous  experience in editing, page  layout and design an asset.  In addition lo an excellent  renumeration and benefit  package, we offer an opportunity to De pari of a successful and winning team.  Send complete Resume, references and clippings to  Cariboo Press, 188 North  First  Ave.,  Williams  Lake,  B.C. .V2GJY8.   Town of Smithers - By-Law  Enforcement Officer. The  Town of Smithers is inviting  applications for the position  of By-Law Enforcement Officer. The primary functions  of Ihis position are: animal  control; traffic control; miscellaneous regulatory by-law  enforcement within the  Town of Smithers. The  successful applicant must  have good interpersonal  skills, an ability lo work  effectively under stress, an  ability to deal with the general public. The applicant  musl have a minimum of  Grade 12 education, be eligible for security clearance  Irom ihe R.C.M. Police and  hold a valid class 5, B.C.  Drivers licence. The position  is within the C.U.P.E. bargaining unit with a minimum  entry level salary of $14.32  per hour increasing to  $14 52 per hour on July 1,  1988. Applications for Ihe  position musl be received by  the undersigned on or belore  4:30 p.m., on April 8, 1988.  Eric McMurran, Building &  Licence Inspector, Town of  Smithers, P.O. Box 879,  Smithers, B.C. VOJ 2N0.  Auctioneering: An Excellent  Profession. Championship  training. Classes begin April  4/88. Jordan & McLean  School of Auctioneering, Box  94, Kilscoty, Alia. T0B 2P0.  (403)846-2211, (403)842-  5528.  NOTICES  Bud Haynes Auctioneers -  Special Monday Gun Auction April 11, 7 p.m., Great  West Inn, Red Deer, Alberta. Featuring large Winchester collection ot Al Moltet.  Preview 2 p.m. 1(403)347-  5855.   PETS AND LIVESTOCK  Looking For A Horse? We'll  find it for you. Only $10. Got  one for sale? We've got  buyers! Ph: (403)237-5944 or  write "Dobbin", 300-444 -  5th Ave., S.W., Calgary,  Alta. T2P 2T8. We guaran-  lee results!   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.   Retirement in the Sun 1.44  to 2.47 acre lots in prestigious subdivision, scenic  view, riverside location from  $25,000, Terms. Robert  Roshard 256-4679,  Box  77,  Lillooel   By Owner, 26VS acre farm,  w/house, workshop, barn,  machine shack. 3 kms. from  downtown Chilliwack. Ideal  for nursery, raspberries,  strawberries or livestock.  $240,000. 1-792-4498 after 6.  Revenue Properly Hwy. 97  - South Okanagan - 2 Duplexes, 3 bedroom home. Five  acres zoned tourist-commercial. R.R,2 Site 41, Comp. 4  Oliver, B.C. VOH 1T0. Ph:  498-2867.   Soulh Okanagan, small meal  processing planl wilh licenced slaughter house. 5 Acres  excellent market garden, 3 +  bedroom home. Circle E  Farm,   R.R.2,  Oliver,   B.C.  VOH 1T0.   Retirement Island property  near Powell River, 200' X  100' 1200 sq, ft. house,  w/elec. 3 Br., loft, skylights,  shed, fenced yard, garden.  Private, near beach in town  $52,000. 486-7753.   TRAVEL ''_  Skiers: Lake Louise, Sun-  tanning capital of the Canadian Rockies, has 3 days  skiing & accommodation for  $78./person, quad occupancy. Other packages also  available. 1-800-661-1158.  SERVICES   "ICBC Offered me $3,500.  Carey Linde got me  $194,000", G.N. - Abbotsford. Vancouver lawyer Carey Linde (since 1972) has  Free Information. Phone 1-  684-7798. Second Opinions  Gladly Given.   ICBC Injury Claims? Call  Dale Carr-Harris - 20 years a  trial lawyer with five years  medical school before law. 0-  669-4922 (Vancouver). Experienced in head injury and  other ma|or claims. Percentage lees available.   TRAVEL   Free for the asking? Super  Winter Special. Second person stays free at Blue Boy  Hotel Vancouver $39.95 +  tax, I-80O-663-6715 or 321-  6611. Airport Transportation  not Included,   Skiers: Lake Louise, Suntan-  ning capital of the Canadian  Rockies, has 3 days skiing &  accommodation for $78./person, quad occupancy. Other  packages also available. 1-  800-661-1158.   WANTED   Wanted: 24" Cedar Shake  Blocks, Meeker Log and  Timber Ltd., Mission, B.C.  826-6781.  25 WORDS $129  blanket  CloSSD ICQS  2 to 3 bdrm. house, rels. avail.  885-9750 or 885-5299.       #17  Private cabin wilb running waler  lor holidays S weekends. Keals  or Sechelt 987-3257. #13  B.C. Rainbow Pre-school is tentatively looking lor new location.  Needs large area, Iwo washrooms, fenced yard, cenlral location. Wants long term lease  886-7072 #15  Urgent May 1st 3 or 4 bdrm  house, Cedar Grove or Gibsons  area 886-9749, #15  27.  ^   Help Wanted^  "Two Registered  NURSES  required to provide  dialysis assistance for a  home hemodialysis patient in Sechelt. One  nurse as the main assistant and a second to provide vacation and sick  relief.  A 4-6 week training program, expenses paid,  will be provided at St.  Paul's Hospital in Vancouver.  Please contact:  L. Buchhorn  Personnel Officer  St. Mary's Hoapilal  Box 7777  Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  Phone: 885-2224, local 21  3 bdrm Port Mellon $350/mo.  Avail. April 15. No pets. Eves.  886-8923 #13  Small 2 bdrm mobile set up in  North Road Park $325/mo  886-9581. #13  2 bdrm lurn. duplex, 1 block  GovT Wharl PR DR GR level enl.  $475/mo. & ulil. & dam. dep,  Rels req. No pels or will rent as a  I bdrm unlurn. view $300/mo,  686-8398 #13  Roberts Creek Hall avail,  dances, parties, weddings  equipment rental. Jacob  886-8541,6-8pm. TFN  South Const  k     Ford  1980 OLDS  CUTLASS WAGON  V8.   Aulo.,   Good   Running  Order  Wharf Rd., Sechdt  \ PL 5936 885-3281  3 bdrm. hduseW. Sechell, 4 appls.. 2 baths, wood slove,  $575/mo., avail. Apr. 15.  886-2433. Mon-Fri, 4-9 pm.  #14  (  28.  Work Wanted  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD.  Topping ��� Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal,   Insured,   Guaranleed  Work Free estimates 885-2109.  TFN  Cleaning, gardening, janitorial,  res/comm.,   grass,   windows,  gutters, spill wood 888-3580.  TFN  Exp. framing crew available, air  equip. 886-7830 TFN  Drywall   crew   available,  reasonable rales. 886-7223.  TFN  Electrical contraclor wanls work.  Call Tom 886-3344 or 886-3364.  TFN  Exp, garden worker avail., $10  per hour. John a! 885-5937.  #13  Bright 1 bdrm. grnd level sle.  rug. drapes, appls., lull balh. Ph  886-3954. #14  Selma Park,  2 bdrm   apart  ocean view. W/D, F/S, dish���  fenced   yard,   garage,   rels.  886-8291 eves. #15  Warehouse-Workshop approx.  1020 sq. ft., high ceiling, 14'  overhead door $365/mo.  885-3165or 525-8177,       #15  All Sizes  MINI STORAGE  886-8628 #15  _  Help Wanted J  Help yourself Update your  resume, call Arbutus Office Services, 885-5212. TFN  Experienced wailers 4 store help  See Moi Ten al Ihe Village Slore  #13  MARINE MECHANIC  Exp. in MerCrulser. Volvo, gas &  diesel & OB's. FT posilion  885-4141. TFN  MARINE SERVICE MANAGER  To run slorelronl and shop. FT  posilion. 886-2233. TFN  Marina operalor. April lo Sept.  Pender Harbour area. 883-2296.  #13  Part lime secrelary lor Sechell  church, 5 days a week. Resume  lo Box 2558, Sechell. B.C  V0N3A0. #13  Attention Nurses. Employment  Oppodunilies. Kiwanis Village  Care Home, Now hiring for  P.P.T.. casual, vacation relieve.  RNABC Registration required.  Good benefit package. Apply to  C. Baxter, Director ot Resident  Care. Kiwanis Village Care Home.  R.R.1, S7, Gibsons, 886-9183,  #13  Seamstresses power machine  operators required. Serger &'  single needle 885-5664.      #13  South Co.ist  Ford  1982 DATSUN B210  4 Cyl., 2 Door, Yellow,  Very Economical  Wharf Rd., Sach.lt  , DL 5936 885-3281  PROFESSIONAL  STEAM  CLEANING  Powerful Truck  Mounted Unit  CHERISHED  CARPET  CARE  886-3823  Vard cleanup, hauling & moving,  light & heavy, very reasonable,  Rob 685-5516. #13  Tractor wilh rololiller plow plus  small backhoe, $30 per hr., $55  min. charge. 886-9959 all. 5:30  pm. #13  TREE TOPPING  Danger tree removal, limbing &  (ailing. Iree est., fully insur. Jell  Collins 886-8225. #14  Man wilh brushculler lor spring  clean-up and lol clearing. Call  886-8244. #14  Carpenter lor home renovations,  remodelling & odd jobs. Brad  Benson 886-2558. #14  Vard cleanup, hauling & moving,  ligbl & heavy, very reasonable.  886-3452. #15  Cottage Cleaning  FASTiduous personalized cleaning. No job loo big or small. Call  Agnes 885-5073. #15  South Coast  Ford      ���  1986 FORD 1-T0N  Equipped wilb 12 II. Van  Body, refrigerated, Diesel  engine, 4-Speed Transmission, all ready lo go lo work.  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  \_ PL 5936 B85 32BI        _,  Garden work, reas. rates, disc,  senrs., Rbls. Ck. prel. 885-5519  or 885-2060. #15  Bookkeeping and Typing  Reasonable rales, confidential,  efficient, 885-5840. #15  Sundecks,   retaining   walls,  planters,   fences,   inter-locking  paving stones High quality and  guaranleed  Applan Paven 886-2332      #15  Fruit/ornamental Iree pruning.  Call alter 8 p.m. 885-2036, Bar-  lie, #13  South Coiist  Ford       l  1977 GMC VAN  V8. Aulomalic.  Tradesman Special  $1995  Whirl Rd., Stchtlt  PL 3936 885-3281  Will babysil in my home Rbts. Ck.  area. 886-8567. #14  Loving mom will give day care In  my home weekdays. Full lime  please. Rels. 686-2638.      #15 Guess Where  The usual prize of $5 will be awarded the firsl correct entry drawn  which locates the above. Send your entries to reach the Coasl  News, Box 460, Gibsons by Saturday of this week. Last week's winner was Marshall Norgan, who correctly identified Ihe location of  the windmill at the Country Collage Store located on Highway 101.  Correction: the winner of the March 14th Guess Where was  Theodore Desta, nol Theodore Morrison.  Beachcombers change  Beachcombers is seeking an  additional site lor filming in ihe  coming season and have approached the Town of Gibsons  to sec if they can rem the old  firehall in Lower Gibsons from  May lo September.  "They are looking for a  'warehouse' with an apartment  over," stated Clerk-  Administrator Lorraine Goddard in her reporl lo Gibsons  Council las! Tuesday.  "Did ihey mention any  funds?" asked Alderman Dixon.  "They obviously don'l expect  to get il for nothing," clarified  Goddard. Council decided to  authorize her to negotiate.  This expansion of film loca  tion may reflect the process of  change and revitalization lhal  began in the 1987 production  season. The name 'The Beachcombers' has been changed lo  simply 'Beachcombers' and will  no longer reflect Gibsons as an  isolated village and I he water  will be seen as a way of life, nol  just a source of work.  Executive Producer of  Beachcombers, Brian Mc-  Keown, staled, "Beachcombers  is a celebration of life in a particular place, one of the most  beautiful parts of the planet,  namely Howe Sound - Georgia  Strait and ils mountains,  islands, channels, beaches and  forests. To mosl of the people  in the world, Ihis area is spectacular and exotic."  No bluff sewer  Last Tuesday evening al a special meeting of Gibsons  council, Georgia Bluff residents were assured that Ihe proposed sewer to lhat area would nol go ahead.  Approximately two dozen residents turned up at the 6 pm  meeting prepared lo argue for an independent study of the  sewer costing as well as a revised method of polling residents  as lo iheir wishes. The meeting was in progress for almost an  hour when it became clear lhal council had no intentions of  proceeding wilh their original plans.  fir     )(z  Legal  Province of Ministry of  British Columbia Transportation  and Highways  NOTICE OF INTENT  GIBSONS HIGHWAY DISTRICT  Nolice is given, pursuant to Section 9(4) of the Highway Act. that  the Ministry has received an application to discontinue and close  a portion of road allowance in the Roberts Creek area adjacent to  Lot 10, Plan 5157, D.L, 810, Group 1. N.W.D.  And that such closed road allowance be vested, pursuant to Section 9(2)(c) of the Highway Act.  D.L.   8IO  /      /Strati  A plan showing the proposed road closure may be viewed at the  Gibsons District Highways Office, 1610 Seamount Way, Sea-  mount Industrial Park. Gibsons, B.C. during office hours. Any  person having objection to this application for road closure should  do so In writing not later than April 29. 1988.  Province ol British Columbia  ���NAME ACT' [Seclion 5(1)]  Notice ol Application (or  Change ol Name  Notice is hereby given that an applicalion will be made to Ihe Director of Vital Statistics for a change ol  name, pursuant lo the provisions ol  the 'Name Act' by me, Marlene  Rose Danroth of King Road, R.R. 4,  Gibsons, B.C. VON 1VD as follows:  To change my name from Marlene  Rose Danroth to Marlene Rose  Lupkoskl.  Dated this 23rd day ol March. AD.  1988,  Marlene Rose Danrolh  V  GET  RIGHT  TO THE  POINT!  Classifieds  call  885-3930  Share the Magic  Sunshine Coast Productions  with offices in Sechelt has announced its intention to produce a comprehensive high  quality "pocket guide" to the  Sunshine Coast including the  Powell River area.  The production of the first  issue is planned at 96 pages with  a distribution of 150,000 copies.  The title will be "Share the  Magic". It will be a four colour  guide, full of articles, maps and  service advertising for each  area.  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