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 Legislative  Building  Parliament   Buildings  VICTORIA.   B.C.  V8V   1X5 94.09  Attention.Rod Cardin  LOAST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  ESTABLISHED    1945  March 28,1994 Volume 48 Issue 13  THFJJiEEK  WITHIN  ������������������������������������  NOTICE:  The offices of the  Coast News in  Gibsons and  Sechelt will be  closed Friday,  April 1,  We will re-open  Monday, April 4  Be on the alert  for the RCMP  speeding  crackdown  Jobs bring  independence  to mentally   /  handicapped 0  A glimpse of  the Gibsons  fashion       ^  scene  Sechelt Hawks  clip Roberts  Creek       i 3  Rangers    hh  BC Premier Mike Harcourt talking to Port McNeill Mayor Gerry Furney in front of the more than  20,000 members of the province's logging community who converged on the legislature in Victoria  one week ago today (March 28). Roxanne Gregoty photo  Coast loggers take part in  CORE protest at legislature  Kv Rnvannf f^ri>oiirv onnH    reese.    c��/��tinn     nf    th��� "Thpu off* afraid fnr thpir i  by Roxanne Gregory  More than 100 Sunshine  Coast loggers and their families  joined the thousands of forestry  workers who descended on the  legislature in Victoria for an  anti-CORE rally in Victoria on  March 21.  Contingents from as far away  as the Queen Charlotte Islands  mingled with 1,000 members of  the Vancouver local of the International Woodworkers of America (IWA), as more than 20,000  people from across BC gathered  to protest the growing loss of forest lands to the logging industry.  The provincial government's  Commission on Resources and  Environmenl (CORE) proposes  that the Vancouver Island forest  land base available for logging  be reduced by 21 per cent.  Sechelt Creek contractor Ken  Snedden said he was impressed  with the number of people who  attended the rally with their families.  "People are standing up for  what they really believe. They  are worried about their jobs, their  futures. The crowd represents a  good cross section of Ihe  province."  Speakers from indusiry, local  government and unions spoke on  the negative impact the implementation the CORE report  would bring to island communities, including losses in provincial tax revenues.  Attorney General Colin  Gabelman, whoa* North Island  riding will lose hundreds of jobs  if the CORE report is implemented, listened as thousands of his  constituents heckled Premier  Mike Harcourt when he and  labour leader Ken Georgetti  made an unscheduled appearance  to speak to the crowd.  Harcourt promised the end of  logging for export and the  renewal of value-added manufacturing for the Japanese market,  saying "transition strategies"  would be unveiled this week.  Snedden said wasn't sure the  curtailment of log exports was  the best plan for the industry.  "These people are really  afraid," said Liberal opposition  leader Gordon Campbell as he  surveyed the crowd.  "They are afraid for their jobs,  their families, and their futures.  They feel cut off. This process  must be community driven, and  that hasn't happened. The NDP  haven't looked at the economic  and social impact of the CORE  proposal. They're not listening lo  local government. A reduction of  12 per cent is plenty."  s *,,jCampbell said a Libgral government would ensure community input, and he described Ihe  CORE report as a "rush job,  without a job strategy."  Local IWA leader Murray  Cantelon, who also attended the  rally, said he became disillusioned with the CORE process in  Ihe early stages, and compared  the development of the report to  trying to change the wheels on a  logging truck that was racing  down hill.  "CORE was originally supposed to include the social, and  economic impacts, as well as the  environmental ones," Cantelon  said. Instead the government has  "just focused on environmental  concerns.  turn to page 2  Tet Alliance charges material  left out of watershed report  by Darah Hansen and Ian Cobb  Important recommendations  concerning the Chapman and  Gray Creek Watershed IWMP  have been ignored, a Tetrahedron Alliance member says.  Dan Bouman of the Alliance  said he's concerned that recommendations made hy three government hydrologists were  "deleted" from the final draft  copy of the Integrated Watershed Management Plan.  "My information is they  made specific recommendations  that are not in ihere." Bouman  said. And the information compiled by the three hydrologists is  "extremely" important, he said.  "They have the hard data (in  the report) but iheir recommendations aren't in the cumulative  effects analysis."  Bouman said Ihe hydrologists' report shows that human  activity in the Chapman and  Gray Creek Watersheds has  caused over 85 per cent of Ihe  landslide activity since 1946.  Appendix Five of Ihe IWMP  study draft, released in February,  notes in ils landslide inventory  lhal in the Chapman Creek  Basin, 38 nalural landslides have  occurred in that lime, compared  to 212 man-made slides.  Of the 212 slides, 50 are  directly related to roads and 162  are related to clearcut logging.  In Gray Creek, the landslide  inventory table notes 100 per  cent of all landslides have  occurred because of either roads  or logging. A total of seven  slides have occurred from roads  and 30 from logging.  These totals indicate that  human activity in the watershed  is creating too much of an  impact and shouldn't be ignored,  Bouman said.  However, one Sunshine Coast  Regional District area director is  skeptical about the figures compiled by the hydrologists.  On March 24, while debating  the wording of an advertisement  in which the board's opposition  to the final IWMP draft is to be  stated, Jane Reid of Pender Harbour said she objected to phrases  like "250 slides have occurred  since 1946" and "the qualily of  water is decreasing" because  they implied logging was the  chief cause of all the problems  in the two watersheds.  The ad. designed lo petition  the public to respond to Ihe  IWMP committee, was called  "biased" and "one-sided" by  Reid and Gibsons mayor Eric  Small.  While Small worried the ad  did nol give Ihe public sufficient  opportunity to disagree with Ihe  regional board's position, Reid  was opposed to statements she  said gave a negative slant to logging. Elphinstone director Jim  Gurney spoke out against Reid's  comments: "A blind man can see  what's causing (the environmental degradation). It's logging-  related."  Brett McGillivray, director  for Roberts Creek, said the purpose of the disputed ad was to  attract more public commentary  to the IWMP committee.  He criticized the public hearing on the document, held Feb.  28, calling it a "sham" ��� one  that did not give the public (he  opportunity to have its concerns  fully addressed.  McGillivray said the SCRD  was hoping to push the IWMP  committee into holding a second  public forum to discuss the issue  further.  "We're hoping to push this  discussion further so that this  (IWMP draft) does not become  the final document," he said.  Another hearing would be  good news, Bouman said.  "The critical issue is, 'Has it  (watershed) been harmed by logging or hasn't il?' And if it has,  let's stop kidding ourselves and  recognize the facts," he said.  The SCRD voted against the  draft IWMP last month.  Budget  Impacts  by Don Anderson, Ian Cobb and Darah Hansen  Money increased for land claims  Money for Aboriginal affairs is up significantly in the new NDP  budget.  A sizeable increase has been injected into the ministry equalling  $32.2 million, or 6.8 per cent.  According lo ministry staff, the money is to be put towards the  province's escalating treaty negotiation demands.  Earlier this month, Aboriginal Affairs Minister John Cashore met  with the members of the Sechelt Indian Band council and promised  to further discussions on their outstanding land claims.  At that meeting, Cashore decline to clarify whether the Sechell  band was a government priority in having its claims heard before  other bands.  Anglers, hunters to pay more  The cost of catching fish and shooting wild game will increase as  the provincial government attempts to dedicate more funding toward  habitat conservation.  Freshwater fishermen and hunters can expect an increase in  licence fees of between 25 and 47 per cent, with the basic annual  licence fee for BC residents increasing by $4 to $23. The cost of  hunting black bear and white-tail and black-tail deer, popular on the  Sunshine Coast, has increased from $3 to $15.  The increases are expected to raise an additional $2 million a  year for habitat conservation.  "I think the surcharge is money well spent," said conservation  officer Doug Pierce. "It seems like a lot of our tax dollars are being  swallowed up in Victoria and we never see where they go."  The Habitat Conservation Fund was established in 1981 and has  provided roughly $21 million to fund more than 1,200 projects to  improve fish and wildlife habitats in BC. The fund is primarily supported by surcharges on angling, hunting, trapping and guiding  licences.  Pierce said the money is often used to purchase lands and preserve wildlife, particularly the winter ranges of moose and deer,  which he believes is "critical for their survival."  Changes to angling licences include:  ��� A new one-day licence, which is aimed at encouraging more  families and others to sample fishing in BC. The implementation of  the licence came as a recommendation from the public.  . ��� The six-day licence has been extended to eight days to meet Ihe  needs of tourists on one-week fishing trips. And supplementary  licences will now be shown as stamps on the basic licence rather  than as separate licences.  The provincial government will allow people to fish for free during Fish Awareness Days April 1-15. No licence will be required for  the first two weeks of the month, although anglers will be expected  to abide by the 1993-94 angling regulations.  Tax breaks for some home buyers  Thousands of homeowners in BC have been given a $30 million  tax break in the new budget but lhat will mean very little to developers and first time home buyers.  At least that is the opinion of realtor Stan Anderson, an outspoken critic of government and its housing policy.  "They haven't priorized the need to provide housing for people.  They don't care, it's not part of their mandate," said Anderson, following the provincial government's budget announcement lasl  week.  "Fourth-time buyers can hardly stay in the market anymore,  never mind first-timers."  The tax break, expected to cost the government $10 million a  year, will be covered in the raising of the level of property values at  which the homeowner grant kicks in to $450,000 from $400,000.  Further breaks will come from the elimination of the property-  purchase tax for first-time buyers of homes valued at up to $250,000  in the Lower Mainland and $200,000 in the remainder of the  province.  Most homeowners whose homes are valued between $450,000  and $524,500 receive a grant of $470, while seniors, veterans and  the handicapped receive a $745 grant.  "I think anybody who can afford a $400,000 to $500,000 home  has absolutely no business getting a rebate from the government,''  said Anderson.  "They should have a couple of businessmen looking al (the budget) instead of a bunch of politicians."  He said the "single greatest cost" in building a subdivision is the  inclusion of development cost charges (DCC), recently adopted as a  bylaw by the District of Sechelt.  The bylaw implements a tax schedule for developers to cover the  municipality's costs of installing sewers and doing road work stemming from further development.  Anderson believes intervention by Ihe local governments of  Sechelt and Gibsons has furthered Ihe difficulty in providing affordable housing and increased Ihe cost of building subdivisions.  "An $80,000 lot today could be a $50,000 lot if we did nol have  to do all the things thai wc have to do," Anderson said.  "From start to finish il lakes 18 months to get a subdivision  going. Countries come and go quicker than il takes to get a subdivision in place in the District of Sechelt and Town of Gibsons."  School construction money allocated  The provincial government's new budget promises to pump $470  million inlo building new schools in BC, using borrowed money.  But that figure comes as no surprise to the local school district,  said secretary-treasurer Tim Anderson.  Anderson said the funding to be allocated to the construction of  additional schools has been known by districts for some time. Whit  isn't yet known is which of Ihe province's 75 school districts will  receive ihe money.  School District 46 is hoping lo win al least part of lhat money for  the construction of three middle schools that will house students in  grades six-nine. As well, the district is seeking ministerial funding to  expand pre-existing schools.  Turn to page 2  ������������ Coast News, March 28, 1994  Dr. J.C. Lynch ...  is pleased to announce  Dr. Graham Bishop  Chiropractor  is now available full time at  5666 Cowrie St., Sechelt  phone 885-2333 for appointments  news  Local IWA leader says there is 'still time'  from page 1  "Al Ihe communily level the  local CORE committees haven't  been composed of people who  ate familiar with the economics  til industry, or how the decisionmaking process will impact  workers and Iheir families,  Instead we've had people who  approach land use issues from a  religious perspective, and how  they are going to save Mother  liarlh."  Cantelon characterized loggers as "the true environmentalists, because without forest lands  to harvest, we don't have livelihoods."  Cantelon said he hopes that  Harcourt is listening to the  demonstrators. "We are drawing  the line now. Working people  who have always supported the  NDP are feeling betrayed. There  is still time for the government to  say, '(Commission head  Stephen) Owen made a mistake.'  "The Sunshine Coast has  always been isolated, but everywhere we look, we're losing the  forestry land base. We're threatened here, too, with Ihe protection strategy. You can't develop  value-added industry without a  sustained land base."  Cantelon said the rally was  supported by business, local government and privale companies.  About one third of the workers at  the legislature were unionized.  CORRECTION NOTICE  In the Daniel's advertisement in the  Monday, March 21 edition of the  Coast News, the Mannington Silverado  copy that read "sale price $14.99 sq. yd."  should have read:  "SAVE $3 A SQUARE YARD."  The Coast News apologizes for any  inconvenience this may have caused  Daniel's or their customers.  Provincial budget won't affect municipalities  from page 1  There will be no cuts to  provincial grants given to municipalities.  The provincial government,  while making significant  attempts lo curb its deficit, has  decided to take a hands-off  approach when it comes to dealing with municipal grants.  Levels for municipal general,  basic and regional district grants  lor Ihe province will be maintained al $136.9 million for the  1994-95 budget year.  The conditional grant portion  will increase to $167.6 million lo  lake advantage of Ihe three-way  infrastructure funding program  A NEWS STORY?  CaH us at 886-2622  or 885-3930!  Bfetritt of ihtthtit  P.O. Box 129,5545 Intel Avenue, Sectwll. B.C. VON 3A0 Telephone (604) 885-1966 Fax: (604) 885-7591  MUNICIPAL MEMO  rCom^taV^t\wDrte* "]  i Arena Schedule  I April 1994  j Public Works CommlttM  I Thursday, April 7th, 1994 at 2:30 pm  I Parks and Recreation committee  I to follow Public Works.  11  Scrub hockey  I j Tuesday, March 29,1994 12 noon -1:30 pm  | | Wednesday, March 30,1994 3:45 pm - 5:45  I IP"1  I j Parents & Pie-Schoolers  I Tuesday, March 29,1994 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm  I Wednesday, March 30,1994 2:00 pm - 3:30  |pm  Expressions of Interest  The District of Sechelt would like to extend  an invitation for proposals to:  1) Provide street cleaning and storm  drainage clean-out service;  2) Provide maintenance services for  ornamental street lighting (non B.C. Hydro  only).  Expressions of interest should address a  period of one year.  Please reply by April 1,1994 to:  John Wild, Manager of Public Works  District of SecheH, P.O. Box 129  Sechelt, B.C. VON 3AO  *--***-  Clip rnT Save  9=  Mayor's Hotline  ^  885-5360  Regular Council Meetings  Regular council meetings are held the 1st  and 3rd Wednesday of every month a'. 7:30  p.m. in the Council Chamber at the  Municipal Hall, 5545 Inlet Avenue.  Burning Bylaw  Please note that the District of Sechelt  Burning Bylaw was recently amended and  now prohibits the burning of toxic  materials and certain construction waste.  Garden refuse may only be burned from  November 1st to April 1st. The Bylaw may  be reviewed at the municipal hall. The  Fire Department can advise on additional  requirements.  CAREER OPPORTUNITY  Director of Finance  "Heart of the Sunshine Coast", this growing coastal communily of 7,200 welcomes new  residents including commuters to Vancouver and retirees. Retaining its rural flavour, Sechelt  is known for its marine recreation, tourism, and as a cultural centre. Incorporated in 1986 as a  district, Sechelt faces the challenge of defining a vision and building the foundations for its  future growth.  The Director of Finance reports to the Administrator and is responsible for:  1. Effective management of the District's financial affairs;  2. Managing the finance, accounting and personnel services of the District within the policies  determined by Council, to provide the best service possible given the available resources;  3. Performing the responsibilities of the position of treasurer and collector as defined by the  Municipal Act;  4. Researching, preparing and submitting reports to the Administrator and Council as  required from time to time including recommendations for new policies and bylaws and  revisions of existing policies and bylaws;  5. Working within the framework of the management team to improve the efficient operation  of the District and the delivery of all services to the taxpayers  The position requires an individual with good financial management skills, leadership  qualities and the ability to communicate effectively with residents, managers, employees and  senior levels of government.  A professional accounting designation (C.A, C.G.A., C.M.A.) plus five years post designation  experience in a senior financial management position. Municipal experience is preferred and  an M.O.A. Advanced Certificate would be an asset. A working knowledge of computers and  computerized management information systems is essential.  The District offers an attractive benefits and compensation package.  Please reply in confidence by March 31,1994 to:  Arthur J. Lew, Administrator  District of Sechelt, P.O. Box 129  SecheH, B.C .VON 3AO  agreed upon by the BC, municipal and federal governments.  The District of Sechell will  receive $301,630 this year,  $70,062 of which will come in  the form of a basic grant, with  the remaining $231,568 as a general grant.  "I had already anticipated that  we would have gotten it but you  never know," said Sechelt  administrator Art Lew. "It is certainly good when you do get that  because when you don't have it,  that means our tax rates have to  go up."  The money is directed into  general revenues and applied  toward various needs, which  could include anything from  roads and sewers to general  expenses.  If the municipality had not  received the grant, "somehow we  would have to adjust our spending to make up for that," Lew  said.  A municipal general grant  base has been established and is  adjusted according to the economy and spending decisions of  government.  "The premier promised a  three-year tax freeze and by  keeping municipal grants up, our  government is helping local governments hold the line on property taxes," said municipal affairs  minister Darlene Marzari.  For its part, the Town of Gibsons will receive a total of  $230,081 in grant allocations for  the upcoming fiscal year. The  funding consists of a $78,306  basic grant, a $146,076 general  grant and a $5,697 supplemental  grant.    .  Town administrator Dan Legg  and Mayor Eric Small were not  available for comment.  Setting It straight  Bypass In the works  So far the Gibsons Bypass  hasn't been passed over in the  recently released 1994 provincial  budget.  With $300-million handed  over to the Ministry of Highways  and Transportation by Finance  Minister Elizabeth Cull March  22, there's a good chance work  will begin on phase two of the  Gibsons Bypass in the upcoming  months.  "They're crunching the figures right now and we won't  know for sure for two to three  weeks but Gibsons is one of the  highest on the priority list," said  ministry projects manager Leagh  Martell. "I'm hoping for it as  much as you (Sunshine Coast  residents) are," he said.  Meanwhile, it's business as  usual at the Sunshine Coast ministry office ��� all except for the  departure of area manager Art  Popp, who is retiring after 29  years of service with the ministry.  Acting area manager Marion  Blank said she didn't know  exactly what the recently  released budget means, either.  And other than the Gibsons  Bypass project, there are no  major projects slated for the Sunshine Coast that she knows of for  the upcoming fiscal year, starting  around the second or third week  of April.  "There's been some talk of  funds being committed to the  second phase of the bypass but I  wouldn't take lhal as gospel,"  she said, noting the dispersion of  budgetary funds throughout the  ministry has to take place first.  "Locally, I suppose our functions carry on," she said, noting  that money from the 1993 budget  In a story in March 24th edition of the Coast News Weekender,  the name of the operator of the Shell service station in lower Gibsons  was misspelled.  The correct spelling is Seward.  St Hilda's Anglican Church  Palm Sunday, March 27  Services 8:00 and 9:30 a.m.  Maundy, Thursday, March 31  Service 7:00 p.m.  Good Friday, April 1  Services 11:00 a.m.  Special Family Service 3:00 p.m.  Easter Sunday, April 3  Services 8:00 and 9:30 a.m.  GIBSONS   UNITED   CHURCH  Glassford Road  Kaster Services  10:00 am Good Friday - April 1st  11:15 am Easter Sunday Service  EVERYONE WELCOME  has been spent.  Current projects underway on  Coast highways and byways  include a rock trimming project  at Middle Point, in which rock is  being cleared to increase sight-  lines on the highway, and the  Teredo Slreel widening and  intersection project in Sechelt is  scheduled for completion at the  end of March.  The on-going work al Lower  Road and Highway 101, now  into ils fourth week, is part of a  Sunshine Coast Regional District  sewer line upgrade project and  the resulting delays to traffic  aren't expected to last much  longer.  Debt rising: Wilson  Powell River-Sunshine Coast  MLA Gordon Wilson says the ���  NDP government's new budget  masks an increase in provincial  debt.  The budget shows the provincial debt has risen by $10.2 billion over the last five years, $6  billion of which is direct provincial government debt, he said last  week. Wilson said while Ihe government speaks of deficit reduction, it has pushed over $2 billion  into Crown corporations and  government agencies for this fiscal year and will spend just under  $1 billion ($981 million) servicing the debt in this year alone, an  annual rate of growth in debt servicing of 16.6 per cent.  "Our debt is rising by over $1  billion a year and this government has done nothing to prevent  that from continuing," said Wilson.  "The people of B.C. will not  be fooled by this minister's  efforts to focus only on annual  spending by government when  the real story in this budget is a  massive increase in long-term  debt."  Wilson said his party, the Progressive Democratic Alliance,  will formally respond in the  provincial legislature where  party members will outline the  directions they feel the government should be taking.  -Good  Evening  BUFFET EVERY  SUNDAY EVENING  FROM 5:00 PM  $9.95  Our dinner menu also available  Fabulous Lunch  & Dinner Specials  Mon ��� Fn 7am ��� 2 pm. Spm ��� 9pm  Sat ��� Sun 8am - 2pm. 5pm ��� 9pm  Davit lay ��� MS-721S  CLIPS. SAVE  Id bcferries Schedule  /ANCOUVER - SECHELT PENINSULA  HORSESHOE BAY ��� LANGDALE  JERVIS INLE1  Leave Langdale  6:20 am       2:30  8:30 4:30 pm  10:30 6:30  12:25pmM  6:20M  Leave Horseshoe Bay  7:30 am  9:30 M  11:30  1:15 pm  3:30  5:30 pm  7:25 M  9:15  EARLS COVE  Laavt Elite Covt  6:40 am       4:30 pm  8:20 ��:30  10:30 ��:30  1225 pmM   10:20 M  II ��� QtftOtM MlVtnCi But  SALTERY BAY  Leave Salttry Bay  5:45 am    3:30 pm  7:35  9:30 M  11:30  5:30 M  7:30  9:20  tins Gibsons RIAUVITD,  ��...  Sunnycrwt Mad, Hwy. 101, Cibtoni, B.C.  886-2277 (24 houn) Toll Fr�� (Van): 682-1513 Fax: 886-3753                       Steve SaWVer   ���������������liiJ ���������Jinu  --. .* fr.. ���*���*  TeWm*m*m*m\  ��� -makL at.��� Coast News, March 28, 1994  news  BC Tel employee Gerry Gruner goes lo work on one of several  trees thai fell on telephone and power lines after Tuesday's  snowfall. The line on Highway 101 in lower Gibsons actually  stretches lo accommodate the weight of falls. The crew clears the  line then tightens it back up into position.  Joel Johnstone pholo  Coast loses marathon to the Island  by Darah Hansen  After three years on the Sunshine Coast, Ihe Save the Georgia Strait Alliance is moving ils  annual marathon across the  Strait to Vancouver Island.  And Ihe new crossing route  for the marathon, announced by  alliance members last week, is  actually not a crossing at all.  This year's route will take  paddlers and swimmers in a loop  from the mouth of Englishman  River, just south of Parksville on  Vancouver Island, over to the tip  of Lasqueti Island and back  again.  The distance i.s 16 miles ���  exactly the same as the original  Sechelt to Nanaimo route, said  alliance executive director Laurie MacBride.  "We felt it was time for a  change,"    said    MacBride,  explaining the reason for the  move.  ' "(don't think it was necessar  ily our intention to have it (the  marathon) in the same place  every single year."  MacBride said the alliance  also wanted a site that offered an  alternative, more  sheltered route in        case of bad weather.  That was not an  option in the  Sechelt to Nanaimo  run. Last year the  marathon was cancelled because of a ���������  fierce wind storm  which left many participants disappointed.  The alternate route this year  will likely run along the shore  line and can be used by novices  instead of the more challenging  route to Lasqueti.  The Parksville site, known as  the Parksville flats, was further  chosen by the alliance because  of its environmental-symbolism.  "We felt it was  time for a  change'  -Laurie MacBride  "We're going where there's  been a victory," said MacBride.  The flats were "rescued"  from development last year by a  group of local citizens who  fought and won    government protection of their  coastal ecosystem.  The flats had been  slated for development as a park  for recreational  vehicles.  ������������������        MacBride said  the organization  ��� which exists to bring public  awareness to the environmental  state of the Strait of Georgia ���  expects lo lose a few participants  this year.  Some athletes will not see the  new course as "appealing" as an  actual crossing, said MacBride,  particularly those "who are really into the challenge of the  crossing and the symbolism of  Ihe crossing."  But MacBride said the perks  ��� starting and ending in the  same spot and the inclusion of  an alternate, easier route ��� will  likely draw new participants.  "The net (participation) rate  will probably be about the  same," since the new route is as  challenging as the former crossing, she said.  MacBride would not comment on entry fees for Ihis year's  event. "It's just too soon to tell,"  she said.  Lasl year, some participants  were angry over the $100-per-  person entry fee - more than  double the previous year's fees.  MacBride said the entry fee is  based on the price of putting the  marathon together, estimated in  1993 at $40,000.  Last year's fees were "realistic," she said. "It was not gouging. 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"There's a number of areas  where we try lo target ferry traffic," he said, listing Reed Road,  North Road and Port Mellon  Highway around Ihe Granthams  Landing area.  "They're 50 (kilometers an  hour) zones but on average,  most vehicles go over 60 KPH  or more."  McDonald refuted the notion  that police will be conducting a  "zero tolerance" campaign,  because "there's no such Ihing  as zero tolerance."  This anti-speeding campaign  is part of a province-wide initiative, the result of an alarming  increase in accidents over the  first two months of the year that  has auto insurance officials talking about increasing insurance  premiums.  Insurance Corporation of  British Columbia (ICBC)  reports 70 people have been  killed or injured in car accidents  in BC during the first two  months of 1994 ��� 19 per cent  more than during Ihe same period in 1993.  In addition, ICBC has  received 17,000 injury claims in  January and February, a 14-percent increase over last year.  ICBC president Bill McCourt  has said these accidents are, on  Ihe whole, more severe than last  year and because of this, insurance premiums may increase.  The accidents thai have  occurred thus far amount to  $70-million in pay-outs, or 24  per cent more than in 1993.  "If accidents increase, premiums will have to follow,"  McCourt said on March 24.  McCourt noted that speeding  and "reckless behavior on the  road" is as socially unacceptable  as drinking and driving.  etvat* mm At* m  Serving Mariners Since 1968  uccaneer  Marina & Resort Ltd.  ��� marine hardware ��� open 7 days a week 8 am-5 pm  1 marine ways to 36' ��� free u-launch boat ramp  > yard trailer haul-out service lolb" ��hull painting and power washing  PARTS  SECRET COVE  SALES  mmm  885-7888  Tune Up now for  Spring & Summer  SERVICE  me��mn_\__t_____\  IMWMflMX  mWml m/mt *J*t> 4DCW3W  mUr*e*a aiara arc accttaaHn  WW uwn ���**> *.WCT��W  ARXSg^p & CRAFT, Gift Shop,  WORKSHOPS  APR.L    50taJLE.  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If critical recommendations from the hydrologists, whose  job it is to know and study water, are being withheld, we want  to know why.  Could the recommendations be any stronger lhan the data  from the hydrologists that was included in the draft plan? Il's  hard to see how, since the data indicates that human activity in  the Chapman and Gray Creek Watersheds has caused over 85  per cent of the landslide activity since 1946.  There does seem to be some sentiment within the Sunshine  Coast Regional District ��� primarily from director Jane Reid  and Gibsons Mayor Earl Basse ���that allowing such information to be made public constitutes a bias against logging. That  may be. And the bias may ot may not be justified.  However, concealing from the public information which has  the potential to be vital to the issue of long-term water management is not the way to stimulate open debate on the issue or to  allay people's fears.  Since the Integrated Water Management Plan is supposed to  be about the quality of water, shouldn't the information be  made public ��� and let the chips fall where they may?  Sunshine Coast  drivers need speed  crackdown  We applaud the speeding crackdown planned by the Sunshine Coast RCMP. While no statistics specific to the Coast are  available at this time, we do believe lhat speed is often a factor  in the frequent accidents which occur along the Coast highway.  Some residents are likely to protest such a measure, arguing  that the crackdown unfairly takes aim at locals. Unfortunately,  it is more likely for locals to be at fault when it comes to speed;  familiarity with the terrain often breeds contempt for speed  limit signs.  ��� . There is, of course, some question whether such crackdowns  do anything more than inconvenience everybody for the period  Ihey are operating. People seem to have short memories, so  when the crackdown is over, they simply revert to their old  habits ��� and speeds.  However, particular hazards do exist near certain settlement  points along the Coast highway: the stretch from the ferry to  Port Mellon; from the ferry to Gibsons; from Sunnycrest Mall  all the way to the Lower Road and past; the stretch from Wilson Creek all the way into Sechelt, to name but a few.  What's bad about most of the named stretches is that pedestrian and bicycle traffic often make cars travelling above the  speed limits doubly dangerous.  And it's so easy to speed in some of these stretches...it kind  of just creeps up on you.  We caution you against speeding on the Coast roadways, not  just during the crackdown planned for the coming week, but  year round.  Don't slow down just out of fear of fines; slow down out of  consideration for the other humans your speeding could maim  or kill.  If they don't thank you for it, we will. Godspeed, but no  more than that.  Anticipating a Big  Mac  I finally feel compelled to  write a letter of protest myself  regarding the opposition lo the  arrival of McDonald's and other  such franchises to our 'little  community.'  I have lived in this area for  41 years and it galls me that  these relatively new residents  come here and tell us what we  need or don't need. I personally  like to have the choice of where  I want to spend my money. You  always know what to expect  from each McDonald's, A&W,  Dairy Queen or Kentucky Fried  Chicken outlet.  As far as McDonald's only  taking from the community and  not giving anything back ��� oh,  what nonsense. Lee Mason,  have you not heard of Ronald  McDonald House?  I think you should wake up  and smell the coffee. Three hundred signatures of protest ��� big  deal!  If you and others like don't  like progress here, move on.  You don't seem lo realize that if  you thousands of new residents  had not moved here, all of these  franchises would not have followed. The fast food outlets  arrival here is the direct result of  you all moving to the Coast and  I do lhank you for it.  I will look forward lo the day  the first Big Mac rolls off Ihe  assembly line.  Pat Nelson  Gibsons  Players in a can  Okay. I know I shouldn't  smoke. It's bad for my health;  it's bad for other people's  health; it's a dirty habit! But I'm  addicted and I try to do it in a  private manner, i.e. in my own  home, and as an "old maid"  that's the only questionable  thing I do in my own home... or  anywhere else for that matter. I  also know that smoking is an  expensive habit.  And being a Scot by heritage,  I try to mitigate those costs as  much as 1 can by rolling my  own.  As a Scot and confirmed  comparative shopper, I happened to stumble upon some  interesting comparative pricing  information here on our beautiful Sunshine Coast. You see, I  bought some tobacco to feed my  habit after the federal government had reduced the tax by $5,  but to my surprise found that the  tax had not been taken off at this  local, store. They were still  charging the same price as  before.  Upon asking the management  why, they told me that although  they had lowered the tax on  ready-made cigarettes they had  decided not to do so on tins of  loose tobacco. In other words  they were just pocketing the $5  as a gift from the government.  This got my ire up and so I  decided to do a survey of Gibsons' and Sechelt's tinned  tobacco prices. The results may  surprise you.  Following is a list of prices  as of March 21 from outlets in  both Gibsons and Sechelt for a  200 gram tin of Players tobacco,  before GST.  IGA Plus, Sechell, $31.24;  IGA Plus, Gibsons, $31.24;  SuperValu, Gibsons, $31.24;  Pharmasave, Gibsons, $33.99;  Shop Easy, Sechelt, $36.49;  Claytons, Sechell, $36.94; Pharmasave, Sechelt, $38.10; Big  Mac's, Sechelt, $38.49; Pacifica  Pharmacy, Sechelt, don't carry.  It was also interesting to note  that Shop Easy in Sechell had  taken the $5 off as of March 3  letters welcome  We welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, clarity and legality. Please mail  your letters to:  Th* Editor  Sunshins Coatt News  Box 460, Qibsons, B.C.  VON IVO  and were charging $31.78, but I  was told by their slore that after  discussing this with Claytons,  they put their price back up  again and as of March 19 were  charging $36.49.  I checked with Revenue  Canada, Custom and Excise, just  to make sure that the $5 tax  reduction pertained to loose  tobacco as well as cigarettes and  they confirmed this.  Now, don't get me wrong. I  have nothing against any of the  stores and it is not illegal to do  what some of them are doing.  My beef is lhat they are getting a  rebate from Revenue Canada  which they are simply pocketing  if they haven't lowered their  prices.  If this windfall were to be  sent back to the federal government as a donation towards  health care, or better still, if the  $5 earned on each tin of tobacco  were to be donated to the Canadian Cancer Society, I wouldn't  mind.  But it isn't. And why are  these retail outlets only picking  on us "roll your owners" by  reducing the tax on 'ready-  mades' but not on tins? Discrimination?  There was a reason for the  federal tax reduction. If you will  recall it was to help reduce  smuggling, cross-border shopping and Ihe like. Looks to me  as though there is very fertile  ground on the Sunshine Coast  for such criminal activities.  After all, a difference of $7.25  per tin of tobacco is nothing to  be sneezed at.  Which reminds me, I wonder  if they reduced the tax on snuff?  NANCY A. MacLARTY  Sechelt  Half-time score with the Harcourt team in Victoria  Mike Harcourt and the gang in Victoria are into  the second half of their term in Victoria, folks. It's  just about two and a half years since the Socreds  self-destructed under Rita Johnson and the premier  won his way, affably but unexcitingly, to the  province's top spot.  It might now be useful to assess this NDP government, its achievements and its prospects.  Don't look here for the latest poll figures. I lefl  full-time journalism wilh a loathing for telephones  and I will neither conduct nor be a party to any  phone survey as long as I have Ihe strength left io  hang up a receiver. Anyone looking for scientific  assessment should look elsewhere. We fly by the  seat of our pants here.  Do you remember ihose heady days in 1991  when Harcourt appeared lo limp into power? Do  you remember the debate where Mikey and Rita  Johnson lore petulant strips off each other and the  Sunshine Coast's own Gordon Wilson, who had  picketed the CBC to be allowed lo participate,  blazed like a comet into the political firmament of  the province?  Ah well, Gordon has done what comets do, when  they don't crash into the sun. He has swooped off on  a path predestined long before he showed up among  the stars.  Rita has gone too ��� no surprises there. The only  surprise was that she ever got to replace the mighty  Zalm in the firsl place. One harbours a notion Grace  musings  McCarthy might just have been resilient enough to  give our Mike a better run for his money.  Grace has re-emerged now. of course, but it may  be loo late for her and for the Social Credit party of  British Columbia. For in the emergence of Gordon  Campbell as leader of her majesty's loyal opposition  in Victoria, the need for Social Credit as a focal  poinl for BC's powerful right wing in politics is  over.  Had ihe mystical and self-deluding Wilson kepi  control uf the Liberals, with his populist instincts  and NDP background, Social Credit would have  been revived by the bona fide right-wingers, sure as  shooting. But Campbell is a millionaire developer;  his boyish good looks mask a bona fide capitalist  captain and make him notably electable.  So at this halfway point in his term, Harcourt  would appear to have his work cut out for him if he  wants lo avoid the fate of his NDP predecessor  Davey Barrett ��� he of Ihe winner's charm and the  John burnside  loser's judgement ��� and hold the reins of power for  more than a single term. Campbell is going lo be a  formidable foe and this time the right wing is unlikely to be seriously split in opposition.  "Does it matter?" do I hear you wearily ask? Not  really, dear; the political campaign, when it comes,  will only interrupt the daytime soaps from America  for a day or two at most. It will be painful, but nothing you can't adjust lo in ihe very short term.  For those of you with vestigial interest in the real  world, I would suggest it still might matter a great  deal. I am not thrilled with Mike Harcourt, nor did I  expect to be. In the key areas of environment and  economy he has been forced to behave as much like  a Socred as he can.  Davey Barrett did the same 20 years ago during  his one term in power, faithfully aping the administrative techniques of old Wacky Bennett. Trouble  was, Barrett wasn't the fox old Bennett was and  didn't have a natural majority in the province.  Harcourt faces the same dilemma. This is a right-  wing province and any quasi-socialist can survive  only by pretending not to be. Hence the emphasis on  the balanced budget; hence the coy footsie with the  woods unions over clearcutting, and hence the  shameful use of welfare recipients lo show the  province how rough Mikey and the boys are.  Surely ihis business of having people line up on  the streets to collect welfare so that the government  can the better check the authenticity of their claims  is a page from the textbooks of the right wing thai  Harcourt could have honourably left alone.  If this blessed province is in financial trouble it is  not the fault of Ihe poorest among us. At a time,  throughout the western world, when the gap  between rich and poor is growing rapidly and Ihe  middle class is being forced out of existence, for a  government of humanitarian pretension to use the  economically disadvantaged as stepping stones to  political popularity is simply shameful.  And yet, what's to do? Generations of doctrinaire  right-wingers have led the province, fattening the  wallets of themselves and iheir friends by giving  away the birthright of us all. Politics, unsavoury  stew that it is, is ihe art of the possible and Harcourt's may be the most human face available to us  when this term ends.  It's not a satisfying conclusion, let alone an exciting one. On the other hand we know what tends to  happen to blazing comets, don't we?  COAST^NEWS  Subscription Kiln for  th* Coast \em or thr Wtektmhr:  Canada:  1 year ��� $35 ��� $2.45 CST - $37.45  6 months ��� $20 + $1.40 CST- $21.40  Fonign: 1 year ��� $60 (No CST)  Reg. No. 4702  The Sunshine Coasl News ti published on  the Sunshine Coast. B.C fvery Monday by  Glassford Prrsitld  Cibsons Offkt ��� 537 Cmkt tant*  Box 460, Gibsons. BC, VON IVO  16041 886 :*,.'.'  Fax (MM) 886-7725  Sethrlt Office ��� 5511 Ctmrk SL  Box 60 Sechell, B C, VON JAO  16041 885-3930. Editorial (604) 885 J9A0.  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I  thought Ihe panelists understood  and explained ihe current state  of racism quite clearly and  reminded the communily that  Ihe problem is everyone's  responsibility.  Some local viewers who  called in were focusing on the  issue of native land claims in an  effort to perhaps address their  discrimination in our communily. ll is clear lhat Ihe claim put  forward by the Sechelt Band  and other First Nations is very  disconcerting to Canadians. The  issues and implications of land  claims have nol been satisfactorily explained to both native and  non-nalive groups alike. Wilh  lack of accurate information,  rumours abound, fear is heightened and the natural reaction is  lo protect and lash oul.  The facts and legal precedents are quite straightforward.  If it were not, I doubt Ihe governments of Canada would discuss any so-called native land  claims. The facts are available  in many new publications available to all Canadians. These  facts spell out that the responsibility to provide this information  to Canadians is not the First  Nations'. We did not create the  problem, Canada did. If you  want to talk about taking  responsibility, perhaps it should  start with you, to make sure you  are given the reasons behind  why land claims are now on the  table.  The issue of compensation  seems to bear more attention  than the fact they are valid. If  you were deprived of the use of  something that you own, then  had to stand by and watch as  the reader's write  barbara j. joe, sechelt  another person used that property to gain something of value,  you would not hesitate to stand  up and take whatever legal  means at your disposal lo be  compensated.  No question, you would want  justice. You would expect to be  given whatever that person had  earned. What the land claims are  asking for is that justice. If the  claims were to be settled on current market value, the Canadian  public would have to pack up  and move back to Europe. What  the claims are based on is historical values based on 1800s values. Those are the rules of the  land-claim game. I doubt you  would settle for that in a law  suit.  True, the financial settlement  will come out of the taxpayers'  pocket. But you are already contributing to the revenue base of  native people, based on the rules  of the game set up by Canadian  law. What land-claim settlements would do is provide  native people with an economic  base that would generate revenue based on investments of  our own choice. Then we would  not have to go hat-in-hand to  your governments for funding  from revenues you have earned  from our properties.  The misconception that  native people do not pay tax  seems to be pushed to the forefront of any argument. The only  natives who are tax exempt on  sales or income tax are those  who are employed, or purchase  goods from, a company located  on Band properties. It does not  take a rocket scientist to figure  out that there are very few businesses on Band property and  those that are, hire very few, if  any, native people.  The majority of native people  who work in the non-native  community pay tax. Under our  self-government legislation, the  Band pays property tax to the  provincial government on  assessed values.  The argument that we use  highways and infrastructure  paid by Canadian taxpayers  should be brought to light. Why  is it that most highways and railways cut directly through native  properties? Early immigrants  thought they were pulling one  over on the native people again,  but their shortsightedness has  resulted in many opportunities  for native people to bring to Ihe  attention of the Canadian public  the injustice that is still outstanding.  What you should realize is  that native people now know  how to play the game. You can  accept it and work with us as we  plan new investments thai will  provide jobs for all residents of  the Coast. Or you can fight it  and continue to perpetuate  racism and prejudice in our  community. The choice is yours.  Go ahead and sink another  ship, but remember to direct  your new customers to McDonald's for lunch.  The American constitution  was based on the principles of  life, liberty and the pursuit of  happiness. Those principles  were based on the teachings and  way of life of the Iroquois confederacy, documented by Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Jefferson. European immigrants  were seeking to escape the  oppression and class stratification of their homelands and  were amazed lo find such a  social structure actually existed.  It is true, we had wars and look  slaves but at the same time,  Europeans were burning people  at the slake.  The myth that native people  were somehow saved by the  coming of the immigrants and  should be grateful will be corrected when you open your eyes  and teach your children the true  history of this country. Then we  can get on with eliminating  racism and learning from each  other.  One final note is on the comment by a local media representative who asked for Band  Council meetings to be open to  the public. The Sechelt Band  has hosted many open forums  for the local community and  will continue to do so. As our  council meets on personal band  issues such as housing and personnel and private enterprise  developments. I believe it is  inappropriate for outside journalists to attend, just as you  would not be invited to a shareholder meeting of a large corporation.  Yours in hope of higher intelligence and understanding...  VINYL SIDING  Aluminum Soffits, Patio Covers & Railings  Vinyl Sundeck Rearing, Windosvs & Handrail Coverings.  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These are our children that  normally may nol have a place  they want lo go or something  constructive to do when they gel  there.  The benefits of Ihis darl club  are enormous, not only for the  kids but also their parents and  local business.  By giving the teenagers a  place to go, it keeps Ihem off Ihe  streets, gives peace of mind to  parents and hopefully reduces  vandalism.  in Ihis controlled atmosphere  they are socializing wilh their  peers in a competitive manner.  They are also learning discipline, math skills and self-  esteem.  It also means they get to participate in out-of-town matches  and tournaments, such as the  annual BC Amateur Provincial  Youth Darts.  Each of these on their own is  of special importance lo a child.  How can we deny any child in  Ihis community an opportunity  for something lhat makes them  feel good aboul themselves afler  we have denied them so much,  or put them down because they  are not trying? Now they are and  Ihey need our help.  Well, here il is folks. The  kids need sponsors. As a small  business owner myself, I want to  do something for our youth and  I intend to.  We all need your support.  Please help if you can. Show  the kids we care.  DEBBIE JOHNSON  Gibsons  A dialogue strategy  My fellow woodworkers'  reaction to Stephen Owen's  Vancouver Island CORE report  is puzzling. Why support the  present forest industry configuration which has caused this  land-use conflict in many previous jurisdictions by clearcutting  both jobs and forests? In any  case CORE'S Integrated  Resource Management approach  to land-use decision-making will  soon be superseded by scientific  questioning of planning frameworks by the Clayoquol Sound  Scientific Panel.  Think of evolving pasl IRM.  Consider the following story  told to me by an old boomman:  Once upon a lime in the not-  too-distant past, God talked to  women through Iheir husbands.  Although input in this manage  ment system was perfect, for  some reason the system evolved  into inputs from parents, relatives and interested parties; a  code of proper management  conduct was developed.  An old boomman wrote a letter to the king asking "What will  be the next management system?"  He didn't get a reply but  learned later that a junior secretary from Aboriginal Affairs  was put in charge of a 'Dialogue  Strategy' to combat suffragettes  from Europe.  W.R. HENDERSON  Gibsons  Come Celebrate Our  "2nd Anniversary"  Join us Saturday April 2nd  for refreshments & enter our draw  for a Gift Basket Door Prize  ��� SALE TABUS   A BIG "THANK-YOU" TO ALL OUR CUSTOMERS!  ' ��  EASTERH0UR5  FriAprMI-4  SotApr 2'10:30-4:30  SonApr3�� 11-4  Mon Apr4�� 11-4  886-8078  t^Jp^ftfe  Closed  Good  Friday  Open  Sat., Sun.,  Mon.  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Childfen'sf Hospital  Putttig wnkt back where bt��v bctoos  Proceeds go to  the Children's  Hospital  TO register cal Shannon  W FiOflUUIMMfSf  Sponsored by Frontrunners, the Coast News, Gibsons Park Plaia & Reebok  _____________ Coast News, March 28, 1994  We're out to meet you!  Meet with John Cawker on  Thursday, April 7, 1994.  To arrant* an appointment, caH 444-7703  The Federal Business Development Bank representative  will be paying your community a visit in the next  w  ���t"l  few days Call today and  LaB��iqueoffres��  ��vica dm to ti**      Committed to rear success  arrange an appointment  to discuss financing and  management services.  (counselling, planning  and training).  angues ofttcic'les  ��  EASTER SAVINGS  on SPRING FASHIONS  Men's & Ladies Spring Shirts from $9.99  - cotton sleeveless  ,_.   "<V&  - western style  - assorted style  T-shirts  Men's & Ladies Jeans  - Brand Names  reg to $60  sd.*29"  last one there's  a rotten egg\  ���vr  $476 Trail Ave., Bayskb Building, Sechelt ��� 885-3122  IfyOU're not USing it-  why not sell it in the  Coast News Classifieds?  District of Sechelt  NOTICE OF  SITTING OF  .   COURT OF    . .  REVISION  A Court of Revision will be held beginning on Monday, the eighteenth  (tath)day of April. 1994 at 10:00 a.m at the Municipal Hall. 5545 Inlet  Avenue, Sechelt, B.C., for the purpose of hearing complaints, arising  from the bylaws below as to:  a) the names of the owners of the parcels ol land  b) the actual frontage of the parcels:  cj      the taxable frontage of the parcels.  The District of Sechelt has constructed the following worits which will be  supported in part by frontage tax levies or a parcel tax:  a) A sanitary sewer collection system in West Sechelt  (Sanitary Sewer Frontage Tax Bylaw No. 223,1894).  b) A sanitary sewer collection system In West Porpoise Bay  (Sanitary Sewer Frontage Tax Bylaw No. 224,1994).  c) A sanitary sewer trunk line system (Sanitary Sewer Parcel  Tax Bylaw No. 226.1994).  The District of Sechelt has extended the boundaries of the Sechelt  Sanitary Sewer Specified Area (the Village) to include the West Sechelt  and West Porpoise Bay collection areas for the purpose of apportioning  the remaining annual debt on the existing facilities over the wider area  (Sechelt Sanitary Sewer Specified Area Frontage Tax Amendment Bylaw  No. 111-1,1994).  The Frontage Tax Assessment rolls will be open for inspection at the  Municipal Hall for at least ten (10) days before the day appointed tor the  first sitting of the Court of Revision.  A complaint will not be heard by the Court of Revision unless notice of  the complaint has been made in writing to the office of the Collector at  least 48 (forty eight) hours prior to the time appointed for the sitting of the  Court of Revision  Dated at Sechelt. B.C., this first day of April, 1994.  Arthur J. Law  Collector  community  \Mentally handicapped learn job skills  f**mea sssasAn*.      lanwM IM*ila . _       _ I  omiwMM Bant d. cM��.i<w.m.M RMdU Canada i  by Christine Bodt  Sunshine Coasl mentally  handicapped adults are becoming  more independent ��� thanks in  part lo Ihe Sunshine Coast Association for Community Living's  Supportive Employment Program.  The program currently has 18  adults working in the communily, doing everything from food  preparation to pottery, at local  businesses like Sechelt's Lighthouse Pub, SCRAPS recycling  cenlre, Country Charmers store,  Sole Feetures, Jack and Jill Preschool and Rockwood Lodge.  "It's very empowering for the  adults lo be working, to be independent," Lisa Carter, Ihe program manager said.  The program's mission is "to  facilitate meaningful employment al a fair wage which pro-  moles communily Inclusion of  persons with a mental handicap."  The program is funded through  the Ministry of Social Services  and works in tandem with other  local organizations such as the  Sunshine Coast Vocational  Training Program, the school  boards and the association's Life  Skills Program. Most of the participant referrals come through  the ministry.  With that in mind, the association's staff spends a lot of time  wilh each of the adults, getting to  know their interests, strengths  and skills. A vocational profile is  developed and a resume1 is drafted. The staff then finds ways to  enhance each participant's marketable skills through education  and training.  "We look at the adults' lives,  find out where they see themselves going. We don'l impose  any limits on them," Carter said.  "For example, if a person shows  an interest and aptitude for computers, then we enroll them in a  Shelley McCuaig adds the finishing touches to a figurine at  Country Charmers In Sechelt. Christine Bodt pholo  course, find a placement for  work experience and then look  toward a paying job for Ihem."  Of Ihe 18 program participants, 11 have paid employment,  with Ihe rest gaining experience  in volunteer positions.  Local businesses have been  fairly accepting of both the program and the participants. Most  prospective employees are surprised to hear Ihe participants  have a resume, have other work  experience, and lhat most have  graduated from high school.  "We find we still have to educate people a lot about what  mentally handicapped people are  capable of." Carter said that  some people confuse mentally  handicapped with mental illness,  but the two are completely different.  "A lot of jobs have developed  out of the fact lhat companies  have higher-up people doing  simple, lime-consuming jobs  along with their more challenging duties. It becomes cost-effective for the company to hire one  of our participants and free up a  higher-up person," Carter said.  Participants ate accompanied  by a program worker when they  first begin a job. The worker  slays, helping the participant, for  as long as the employer and the  individual feel is necessary.  Once the worker leaves the job  site, Ihe participant's performance is continually monitored  by the association.  "When an employer agrees to  take on a person, we guarantee  lhat the job will be done. The  worker will do the job if they  have to," Carter said.  Despite Ihe guarantee, few  workers have ever had to finish a  job for a participant. "There's  always small problems, bul we  can solve those. On the whole,  the program's really successful."  Mark Coombs, manager at the  Lighthouse Pub, agrees. Cleo  McClarty came lo work in the  restaurant's kitchen almost two  years ago. She works about 20  hours a week, doing dish-washing and food preparation.  McClarty said she was happy  working at the pub, enjoyed herself and liked earning money.  "She's very efficient, and gets  along well with the rest of the  staff," Coombs said.  The only complaint Coombs  has is about the paperwork and  forms he has to fill out for the  government because Ihe Ministry  of Social Services subsidizes  some of the handicapped adults'  pay for businesses involved in  the Supportive Employment program.  Country Charmers, a store in  Sechelt, has employed four  adults as part of the program  since last June. According to  owner Marty Clarke, it has been  a great success.  "We've had our problems, but  nothing we couldn't get around."  Her employees make items  such as T-shirts and decals, and  Clarke leaches them how to run a  small business and deal with the  public. The adults also learn  ceramics and in turn leach  ceramics to children and the  elderly.  Carter said that a committee  made up of local businesses  advises the program and the staff  about what the community  needs, and how the program can  fill those needs.  "There's also a job club for  the adults, where they can learn  about work ethics, problem-solve  and practice interview skills."  Integrating mentally disabled into community  People with mental disabilities will take part in an upcoming  ' speciil workshop detailing what'  happens when they try to become y  part of the community.  On April 14 and 15 the Sunshine Association for Community Living and the Community  Forum Co-ordinating Committee  is sponsoring a workshop called  george In glbsons  Principles in Action: A Process  for Community Building.  Designed lo be challenging, *  interesting, creative arid fan, this'  evenl will bring together professionals, family members, self-  advocates (persons with a mental  challenge speaking oul for themselves), and communily members to think and talk about the  issues involved wilh making  community possible for everyone'' ��"*���**** ttan li HHM ��  ThW *verit Iran opfwftifliiy  to letm more about hove you can  play a part in successfully  including people who have mental disabilities in our communities on the Sunshine Coast. Your  participation will be valuable in  building strong communities that  acknowledge Ihe value of all its  'members!"  For further information and to  register (at no charge) for the  evenl, please phone the Sunshine  Association for Community Living at 885-7455 or drop in lo  Iheir office at #301-5710 Teredo  Street in Sechelt.  by George Cooper  One of the fundraisers for Ihe  next stage in the building program, the flea market drew a  multitude of folk to buy those  valued discard items and the  wondrous goods on the bake  table. And lo bid in the silent auction, all on Sunday, March 13.  Harmony Hall grateful  acknowledges the generosity of  the following merchants who  contributed the items for the  silent auction: Pharmasave, IGA  Gibsons, Color Your World,  Hallmark Cards, Gibsons Pet  Foods, Gibsons Building Supplies, SuperValu, Showpiece  Gallery Sunnycrest Pholo and All  Occasion Flowers.  The March birthday tea was  attended by 51 members. It's an  event that has grown in populari  ty with member who appreciate  hostess Lilie Eident's tasty sandwiches and cakes.  CORE  You'd like your first ever  hunting license?  You have to qualify of course,  and this CORE is a training program that you can do to qualify.  Sponsored by the Gibsons  Wildlife and Sechelt Rod and  Gun Clubs, the course begins  April 5 and concludes with the  May 3 review. Exams are May 5  and 7.  Classes every Tuesday and  Thuraday evenings plus one Saturday which will be held in the  Wilson Creek clubhouse off Field  Road, and $65 covers all expenses. For information call Bill Ellis  885-2861 or Alex Ross 886-  7966.  Our provincial capital  The beginning of an account  of sights and events experienced  in a week's visit to Victoria.  Only in Victoria: the military  parade to herald the arrival of the  lieutenant governor to open the  legislative session; the legislature  itself in debate and other capers  in the chamber; cyclists gathered  en masse in front of Ihe legislative building to protest harassment by motor cans on the roads  and ironically lone cyclists threatening the safety of foot walkers  on the city's sidewalks; the Royal  Museum and free day admission  thereto; the Spirit of British  Columbia which can carry up to  470 cars but has no moving staircase and only very small elevator  cages; restaurants easily equalled  by our own here on the Coast; a  strange concert.  The 15-gun salute for the lieutenant governor sent echoes rumbling around the harbour and also  sent a small dog in panic flight  from the legislative grounds, his  human companion trailing after  him. Small dog found in a nearby  underground parking garage and  returned to the legislative  grounds. Small dog missed seeing small lieutenant governor  toiling up red carpeted marble  steps.  What seemed to be both elderly and student people struggling  with a brisk breeze to hold aloft a  Clayoquot banner. No rabble rush  to break into the chamber Ihis  year. A hundred military stood in  the way, bayonets fixed. Only a  symbolic presence, you understand.  SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 46  (SUNSHINE COAST)  INVITATION  School District Budget  The Board of School Trustees invites interested people to attend the Finance  Committee meeting scheduled for:  Tuesday, April 5,1994 @ 7:30 p.m.  School Board Office, Gibsons  The committee will present funding details for the next school year and wants to  hear your comments, suggestions and concerns. Those who are unable to attend  are encouraged to submit comments in writing.  Mr. T. Anderson, Secretary-Treasurer  Box 220  Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0  (MKMNMPuu<^ociiMi��<vjwoLnmLM.i��n��*PM a��mo  Hera we grow again!!  E/MAX "top 20" Realty is pleasedto welcome  RE/MAX "top  1 Realty is pie  Diane Baron  to Its growing team of Professional Realtors  Diane has been a resident  of the Coast for 9 years and  lives in Gibsons with her  family.  Before joining Remax,  Diane had a successful  career with another Gibsons  Real Estate Company.  Diane invites all her  clients and those who  require professional real  estate services to contact her  at the office, or her  residence, 886-9179.  Chances are we're going to sell your home.  Why not call us first?  886-2670   Van toll free 682-7392  ON THE  SUNSHINE COAST"  flow accepting Cale, Violin,  Viola & Vats students  for Spring & Summer sessions.  M styles including Suiui%  ttginner to advanced.  fm     J*   5..JJ  Susan <Dauyi t. of Music,  UK, t. of''Education, UK  litjerienced teacher & performer  Colt for times & rates.  j       886-3484 , robarts creek  by Katharine Trueman  885-2282  Last week when I awoke and  looked outside, I thought I'd  died and gone to the North Pole.  But afler a second look I realized it was only snowing in  Roberts Creek. Snow in the  Creek? Snow in mid-March?  Impossible! This is the Sunshine  Coast. But then on the other  hand anything is possible in the  nation of Roberts Creek.  Now that the snow has melted and faded along with the  other signs of winter, our attention can once again be focused  on the garden ��� weeding, liming, planting and generally  putting everything back into  shape.  The Roberts Creek Scout  Group will be on hand to help  you nut on April 9 when they  hold their annual mushroom  manure sale.  The sale begins at 9 am in the  area beside the post office and  will continue until sold out.  Manure sells for $5 a bag or $4  if you buy 10 bags or more. To  pre-order, call group co-chair  Mike Talbot at 885-1937.  Library news  Here we grow again. The  library acquired 28 new books in  February, a mixed bag with  something for everyone.  Among the non-ficlion selections, Ihe biography of Grace  Woodsworth Maclnnis by S. P.  Lewis will be of great local  interest.  Also, you won't want to miss  Blood, Tears and Folly by the  very popular Len Deighlon.  The fiction list includes some  very big names indeed, wilh  books by Iris Murdoch, Barbara  Vine (Ruth Rendell in her other  mode), Herman Wouk and  Michael Crichton topping the  list.  There is a particularly fine  Canadian collection Ihis month.  Included are Michael Ignatieff's  Scar Tissue, which was shortlisted for the Booker, and Laurence Cough's latest Vancouver  thriller, Killers, which is set at  the Vancouver Aquarium.    ,  Special  Olympics  bowls into  action  The Sunshine Coast has been  officially recognized by the BC  Association of Special  Olympics.  And last weekend, the new  BC Association of Special  Olympics/Sunshine Coast Chapter staged its inaugural recreational evenl with a round of  bowling at Gibsons Lanes.  "If the bowling gets going we  will be able to go away for tournaments...there are all sorts of  opportunities we will open for  people," said Jack Collins, chair  of the local chapter.  "I'm hoping thai some of our  people can take part in the BC  summer and winter games in the  normal divisions."  Roughly 16 adults and five  children with menial handicaps  participated in the bowling  evenl, Ihe firsl of five lo be held  over successive weekends.  It was the first evenl sponsored by ihe Special Olympics  chapter, organized in response lo  the need for recreational opportunities on the Coast for mentally  handicapped residents.  "The whole poinl of il is lo  provide ongoing recreation for  these people because the parents  won't be able to do il," said  Collins.  The chapter is also considering softball, swimming and track  and field as possible events. If  the bowling alley is available for  use nexl year, the Coast may see  the establishment of a Special  Olympics bowling league.  But to ensure more events are  organized, Collins said the group  is going to need more volunteers.  "There are all sorts of activities they sponsor bul we can't  rush in and do them all al once.  We have lo organize some volunteers," he said.  Residents interested in volunteering Iheir time to Special  Olympics should contact Collins  at 885-0446.  community  Coast News, March 28, 1994  ^^indS  Earth Day raffle  Earth Day is fast approaching  and raffle tickets are now on  sale. Proceeds go to the Friends  of Caren/Tetrahedron Alliance.  Tickets are $5 or three for $10  and are available at the Creek  store.  First prize is a Robert Bateman original sketch; second  prize a SuperValu eco basket;  and third prize is a Quality Farm  composter.  Crawfish Fiesta  The Rainbow Pre-school is  pleased to presen Crawfish Fiesta on Saturday, April 16 at 8 pm  at the Creek hall. Comedy  begins at 8:30 pm and music at 9  pm.  The fiesta promises a good  time, with music that is dance-  able, wacky and quite infectious.  It is New Orleans-based music  from zydeco to Cajun, Tex-Mex  to rhythm and blues and of  course rock and roll. Featured  comedian Rod Crawford guarantees to have you rolling on the  floor.  Purchase your tickets at the  Creek store for only $15. Proceeds to the preschool.  ong  A Special Gift Shop  Dedicated to personal srowth &   ^^^^^B    development.  WIDE SELECTION of RELAXING  TAPES A CD'S. Instrumentals,  Ethnic music, meditation & drumming.  5695 COWRIE SJ. SHADOW BAUX LANE 885-9337  ,___-  N*^*"  Mon Tlmt Ht-Ft  | Turn   Tlnw Ht-Ft | W��d   Tlma Ht-Ft JThura   Tlnw Ht-Ft  Sylvia Duff, with boothmates Chris Cooksley and Sophie Lynn,  at the annual Save the Children Fund of BC craft sale at Trail  Bay Ma"- Joel Johnstone pholo  0530 14.9  1205 3.4  1835    14.5  qJ^Mmm (yzJwdm/  U   Ask Ben  about today's luncheon specials  SOUP ��� QUICHE ��� SANDWICHES & MUCH, MUCH MORE.  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THE AFFORDABLE MINIVAN  FEATURES  CUtAVAN/VOYAGEIt  24T KG  $18,988  INCLUDING FREIGHT. $1,000 FACTORY REBATE AND NOCHARGE SEVEN PASSENGER SEATING.       __\  Plymouth  Jeep  Eaql<*  FOR MORE REASONS SEE VOUR LOCAL CHRVSLER DEALER.  A DEALER VOU CAN DELIEUE IN.  trie.��UhMiiHIO,SIOCOtawrnhkoripidh0^,l��l"rl^ A^nd^l,im1,1i^il��,���m,rthm In^ta* l^p^i^cW^CSI  Mr *i* m, k mtsser, Mi M| nl ta ht In Mr hr ttfc" Im .Miclwortl, ^*to..,<��ly.,^M,i,^��h VfakiloUio*  mm^M-mmlt-t SKOOKUM CHRYSLER   886-3433 Coast News, March 28, 1994  HAPPY HOLIDAYS  MOTORHOME SALES  20', 22' & 24'  Gently used models  10'Camper Box for sale  FORD 250 Pickup's  ���92 & '93  886-9025 or 886-8481  |     ^��r  ,������' .-   '.   '.;-   ���  community  dockside davls bay  If you have a news story, or see news  happening, call the Coast News at  886-2622 or 885-3930  Celebrate Easter  at Lord Jim's Resort Hotel  Coast Hotels fS  ft Resorts V  Easter Brunch    $14.50  Sunday Dinner    $19.95  (Children 5-19 half price ��� under 5 free)  'Reservations required* 885-7038  Our restaurant Is OPEN Fri, Sat, Sun. & Mon  Easter Weekend getaway special for two  Experience our newly renovated rooms & decks  $199  + tax (double occupancy)  2 nights accommodations  incl. Sunday brunch  Ole's Cove Rd., just north of Secret Cove on Hwy. 101  by Jo-Anne Sheanh, 885-3629  Spring break is over and now  all the grandmas and grandpas  can get back to their normal routine. Most of us have forgotten  how work-intensive small children are, haven't we? Looking  after our two granddaughters,  ages three and four and a half,  for 10 days while Mom and Dad  cruised the Mexican Riviera was  a real challenge.  We racked our brains for  things to do and ways to entertain ihem. We coloured, painted,  dressed and undressed dolls, read  lo them, sang songs and  answered a million questions.  We explored the beach, the  creek, the duck pond, playgrounds and parks. They wenl  swimming, shopping and  watched their favourite videos  and every nighl they crashed into  bed, tired out by another day  spent with grandma and grandpa.  Wc in turn luxuriated in the  peace and quiel and even stayed  up until 11 pm.  Annual meeting  The Davis Bay/Wilson Creek  Community Association's annual  general meeting will be held this  sechelt scenario  Wednesday, March 30 at 7:30  pm al the hall.  The election of officers for  ihe coming year will be held following a talk given by Glen  Parker of Chevron Canada. The  subject will be in regards to the  bulk petroleum facility in Davis  Bay. He is willing to answer any  and all questions pertaining to  Chevron's intentions for this  area. Changes in the method of  delivery could be a topic of interest. For those who have been  concerned about this issue, here  is your chance to ask your questions.  Community safety  April 12 is the date for the  community safety seminar being  held al St. John's United Church  from 7:30 to 9:30 pm. Tips on  personal safety, burglar-proofing  your home, door-to-door and  telephone solicitations are a few  of the concerns that will be  addressed by Corporal Bruce  Haines of the RCMP. Pre-regis-  tration is a must and may be  done by calling 885-9367.  This coming weekend is Easter when we can expect, weather  permitting, a huge influx of visi  tors to our area. Many part-time  residents use this time to open up  their cabins for the season and  fishermen yield to the urge to  wet their lines. Even though the  snow which greeted us last Tuesday morning was a surprise,  surely spring is on the way.  Late sailings  It was good news to read last  week that BC Ferries are finally  going to add a late sailing to the  summer schedule; however it  would be nice to have it every  day rather than just Fridays, Sundays and holiday Mondays. How  often does one want to go to  town in the middle of the week  to attend a function or just spend  time with friends and family?  Having to break away early in  order to calch Ihe 9:15 ferry  home can be a bit of a pain.  In our day...  If you were born before 1945,  you hit the scene when McDonald's, instant coffee, boil-in-a-  bag and hamburger helper were  unheard of. Five-and-dime stores  were where you bought goods  that were five and 10 cents, ice  cream cones were a nickel and,  in some stores, they even had the  side-by-side cone. For a nickel  you could ride the street car; the  North Vancouver ferry wasn't  much more; make a phone call or  buy enough stamps to mail one  letter and two postcards. You  could buy a Chevy for $600, but  who could afford one? A pity loo  because gas was only 11 cents a  gallon.  In our day, cigarette-smoking  was fashionable, grass was  mowed, coke was a drink and pot  was something you cooked in.  Rock music was a grandma's lullaby and AIDS were helpers in  Ihe principal's office. In 1940,  made in Japan meant junk and  the term 'making out' referred to  how you did on your exams.  We were certainly nol before  the difference between Ihe sexes  was discovered, but we were  surely before the sex change; we  made do with what we had. And  we were the lasl generation that  was so dumb as to think you  needed a husband to have a baby.  No wonder we are so confused and there is such a generation gap today. Or is there? But  we survived and what better reason to celebrate?  by Deanna Lueder, 885-73(5  I made nectar and we put out  the hummingbird feeder in mid-  March. Shortly afler we heard  the hum of wings and then saw  two hummingbirds at the feeders. That almost completes all  the signs of spring, but here is  ����?^��  riRP  Peter Cottontail & Raggedy Ann  Invite You to Their  ������>.'���'  Ii'i'V  H't'Sl  m  sVi   SATURDAY, APR/l?  %  PLEASE  Come It  Won't Be  The Same  Without You!  GOODIES  FOR  ALL!  It  SPECIAL ATTRACTION  TOOTHPICK THE CLOWN'S  EASTER SHOW ���  11 am, 1  pm & 3   ' "���" ����� ' "���'"������-������������������-���������  LOTS OF THINGS TO DO  Be sure to come on time (10 am) so you can help let  Peter out of his house to start on his Easter Egg Route  Don't Miss Hullabaloo's Children's Workshop ��� Noon-1 pm & 2-3 pm  EBEE Photos with Peter Rabbit 10-11 am  Sponsored by Sunnycrest Mall & Grandma's Toy Box  one more. The boys and girls of  summer can register for Sechelt  Minor Softball from March 28  to 31 at Trail Bay Mall from 4  pm to 6 pm on those days.  Enrollment is limited and bring  a parent or guardian as registration is not accepted without their  signature.  Aits centre  The Arts Centre is always a  busy place and right now is  accumulating some wonderful  items to sell at its upcoming  classic junque sale which will be  held Saturday, April 9 from 10  am to 3 pm.  The sale will take place in  Ihe new studios at the back of  the centre and, weather permitting, outside. Money raised will  be used for general expenses'to  help out with exhibitions and to  help cover the costs of workshops.  There is a good workshop  beginning Tuesday, March 29  when Bradley Hunl begins a  series of eight sessions on wood  carving. The workshop runs  from 7 pm to 9 pm al the Arts  Cenlre. Call 885-5412 for information.  If you've caught spring fever,  you'll be looking around your  world with fresh eyes and no  doubt wanting to brighten up  your surroundings. Jusl a  reminder that you can do this  inexpensively and creatively by  dropping into the Arts Centre on  the first Tuesday of of each  month to renl a work of art from  local artists. Rental lime is from  2 pm lo 6 pm on Tuesday, April  5.  Shorncliffe  The Shorncliffe Auxiliary  has started up again and is very  involved in providing services  to the residents of Shorncliffe.  Old age and the ill health that  can accompany it does not lake  away the need for friendship,  purpose and meaning in one's  life. The Shorncliffe Auxiliary  volunteers try to enrich resident  lives in a variety of ways including providing transportation,  social activities, crafts and  developing one to one relationships.  The auxiliary will be holding  a bake sale on Wednesday,  March 30 at Trail Bay Mall. The  sale begins at 10 am and will  run until the goodies sell oul.  This usually happens pretly  quickly so drop by early. If you  are interested in becoming an  auxiliary member, they meet  every third Wednesday of the  month. For information call  885-3602.  Home support  The Sunshine Coast Home  Support Society is holding a  volunteer information night on  Wednesday, March 30. The  event takes place at the Living  Faith Lutheran Church on Highway 101 in Davis Bay and runs  from 7 pm to 9 pm. There will  be information on Meals on  Wheels, Adull Day Care, Mental Health, Care Givers Support  and Hospice.  If you are interested and  have any questions, be sure lo  drop In. Don't forget the Red  Cross Blood Donor Clinic coming up on Tuesday, April 5.  Let's hope for sunshine and  blue skies for outdoor egg hunts  this weekend. Happy Easter  everyone.  Easter Lilies  Chocolates k  Flower  Arrangements  We deliver! Visit us ot phone in youi Eastet otdet  Ann-Lynn Flowers & Gifts  5695 Cowrie Street �� 885-9455 �� (Shadow Baux Gallery Complex)  LOGS  WANTED  TERMINAL  Foraat Products Ltd.  Competitive Prices  886-7033  ���.     .                      .. ���.. y                  .     . Coast News, March 28, 1994  community  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  A good crowd, most of  whom were wearing the green,  enjoyed the St. Patrick's Day  pub night at Welcome Beach  hall last Salurday. Fred Church  was a worthy master of ceremonies who managed to keep  things moving throughout the  evening as he, assisted by Doug  Grimsey, managed lo make 25-  cenl horse-racing bets seem like  Ihe derby itself, arousing excitement and cheers from Ihe big  spenders.  Len Headde, accompanied  on piano by Connie Wilson,  entertained with some good old  music hall numbers with a few  choice stories thrown in. A delicious Irish stew prepared by the  lady members was enjoyed by  all along with some good homemade bread.  The next evenl at Ihe hall  will be a pancake breakfast on  May 8 and on May 22 a giant  spring flea market.  A meeting of importance to  all residents will take place at  Halfmoon Bay school next  Monday, April 4 at 7:30 pm.  Members of the RCMP will be  present as well as Chris Caldwell and the meeting will be  chaired by Peggy Connor.  Several matters crucial to all  residents will be up for discussion including the formation of  a Neighbourhood Watch group  to try to deal with the increase  in crime in the area which will  be addressed by the police  members.  Mr. Caldwell will have many  interesting things to say about  the emergency response policy  on the Coast and what we, as  citizens should know about surviving such catastrophes as  earthquakes and how we can all  help in being prepared for such  possibilities.  Memories  The family and friends of the  late Ellen Maxwell gathered at  the home of daughter Alice  Mackay in the Square Bay area  to pay tribule to the memory of  a fine lady who had reached the  great age of 101 before she  passed away at Totem Lodge.  Mrs. Maxwell was much  admired and respected by all  who knew her.  She had been blind for the  last 25 years bul had managed  to live in her own home in  Burnaby and took care of herself right up until the past few  years.  Always considered to be 'the  life of the party,' she will be  missed by family and friends.  Going home  As of April I your local  columnist will be off to Bonnie  Scotland for three weeks to visit  wilh sister and relatives. I  thought I would pass this along  to any of you who would like to  send a message to Ronnie Dunn,  since I will be seeing her while  I'm there.  I know she would be pleased  to hear from any of her Sunshine Coasl friends.  Welcome Beach's Sl. Patrick's  Day celebration was a resounding success with Len  Headde belting out a few tunes.  Ruth Forrester photo  by Frank Roosen, 883-2920  There, we're back in business  on the computer. The Harbour  Spook's curse is all fixed up and  if I keep on beating out this column and if I don't get an unexpected raise in between, I should  have Ihe damage paid for by  about the second or third week  in July.  But as the old saying goes:  "It still beats farming." Talking  about farming, our firsl field of  baby carrots is already up.  They should be ready for  bunching about Ihe first of June.  That is six weeks earlier than the  date in my first paragraph. By  the way, my neighbour has  already lots of cukes and tomatoes for sale; you should go by  and get some.  Farewell  On Tuesday, March 22, St.  Andrews:Church had a farewelI  lea for Kay-Hatcher who is leaving soon to lake up residence in  Powell River.  Members of Ihe Cancer Sociely, St. Hilda's and St.  Andrew's were in attendance  and to you, Kay, once again:  good luck.  And talking about St.  Andrew's there will be a combined general area meeting of  the ACWat 10 am on April 12.  Please make note.  All women are invited to  attend. Please bring a bag lunch  and enjoy their guest speaker,  Eric Brooks, who will talk about  Nepal.  Music society  No, Ihe PH Music Society  has not faded inlo oblivion.  Yes, the society is on schedule and budget with the extensive renovations to Ihe music  building.  When completed 100 people  will be accommodated at concerts and gatherings.  We'll keep you posted or  phone Sheila Adkin at 883-  A preview of indoor and  outdooor spring fashions by  Sunnycresl Mall merchants  drew an early crowd to  YTV's Youth Talent Contest  March 19.  Joel Johnstone photo  9232. And now thai we're talking music why don't you all  come to the Easter Dance to be  held at the legion hall on Saturday, April 2 from 9 pm to 1 am.  Members and guests are  invited.  The same afternoon they will  have an Easter meat draw starting at 3 pm with lots of early  bird draws etc. Come and join  the fun.  If you stay long enough after  the dance you can come join the  PH Lions Easter Pancake Breakfast Sunday, April 3 from 8 am  to noon at which time Ihe crew  will be made for the huge Easter  baskets.  Make sure you have tickets;  if not I'm sure someone will sell  you some at the breakfast.  New members are always  welcome.  Not on|y lo the,legion and the  Lions, but also to their auxiliary.  Anybody left out there wilh a bit  of spare time?  And now that we are on the  subject of auxiliary, let's talk  about the St. Mary's hospital  one.  They will have their regular  meeting on Wednesday, April  13 at 1:30 pm at St. Andrew's  Church at which time they will  probably put the final details on  their spring fashion show and  luncheon to be held at 12 noon  Salurday, April 16.  Tickets are $12 each with  proceeds going to the patients'  comfort.  And they too are looking for  new members.  And now lhat 1 got myself  into April anyway, I may as well  mention that the Ladies Club of  the PHGC will be having their  opening day April 7 with coffee  and donuts at 9:30 am followed  by a scramble at 10:00 am al  their golf course.  This will be followed on  April 14 with their annual spring  meeting and fashion show. There you have it. Get your  There will be a scramble at 10 calendar out and mark those  am followed by lunch and meet- dates. To all of you: Have a good  ing. Easter from Frank and Joka.  Fishing for a Utile luck early in tht season at Trout Lake.  Joel Johnstone pholo  South Pender Harbour  Waterworks District  ANNUAL  GENERAL  MEETING  To be held Wednesday, March 30,1994  At 7:00 pm in the  Pender Harbour Community Hall  Two trustee positions for three year terms to be  filled. Nominations will be accepted from the  floor. Contact S.P.H.W.D. Office (883-2511) for  further details.  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Dave and Bobbi may be new  to Ihe area but the family has  heen here a long time.  Real old-timers may recall  Dave's grandparents, Jack and  Pansy Howitt. Pansy's father,  John West, was one of the original settlers over at Weslmere on  Nelson Island.  Jack fished here in the Gary  Point V. He pioneered a chilled  brine system around I960 bul  found it does nol work well for  ling cod.  Egmonsters of more recent  vintage can congratulate John  and Mary West, Greg Howitt, or  May Silvey on their relatives'  return lo these parts.  We're glad to hear Mr. Hill is  back in good health. He would  like to thank Ted Lee and Dennis Gamble, good neighbours  who called the ambulance Friday and helped him until it  arrived, and Susan Lee who  drove him home later that day.  If you are going to break  your leg do it right; go lo Thailand and fall off an elephant,  says Buddy Cook. Also back  from Thailand but intact are  Greg Howitt, Barb Ellison and a  month ago, Bob Grendillo.  Meanwhile Gaye Beardmore  and Ray Calhoun are still in  Mexico and Lynn Vaughan is  packing for a dream holiday in  Europe. Bon voyage.  Critters  Ron Kushner had his ups and  downs teaching his young cat,  Skidder, to come out of trees.  After he rescued her from the  same tree twice, Ron topped the  tree; then she went up a different  one.  Finally Ron got a sore toe  and gave up climbing, but after  a long lime Skidder got down  anyway. If she'd kept going up  and not coming down, he could  have changed her name to  Taxes.  A wood duck pair spent three  mornings this week at a pool on  Maple Road. I hope they breed  nearby; wood ducks are among  the most beautiful birds in BC.  Improvements  The Marlins put three truck-  loads of cement into their new  retaining walls, which are  intended to hold a big water  lank as well as keeping the shore  in place.  Ruby Lake Restaurant looks  belter than ever after a face lift.  The siding was stripped off and  changed to natural wood.  The waler board meets Tuesday, March 29. (I just found out  it's actually called Ihe Egmont  Cove Property Owners Association). Come out to Egmont  School tonight if you have an  opinion on chlorinating Egmont  water.  Don't panic  Four police cars, a police  boat and various unmarked vehicles converged on Egmont  Thursday morning.  They were actually bound for  Vancouver Bay and a cross-cultural conference with members  of the Sechelt Band. Way lo go.  The school yard is again  swarming wilh kids during  spring break.  The hall is getting a workout,  too, wilh school kids' floor  hockey and other active games.  oaiie'i  SUNDAYBRUNCH  PRIME RIB  with all the trimmings,  plus many breakfast items  & special desserts  SUNDAY, APR. 3  11 am - 2 pm * $10.95  HAID-AWAY RESTAURANT  Tim GIBSONS  For reservations call 886-4501  Children 'faired' well at Rockwood  by Christine Bodt  Where could kids legitimately  draw on walls, get their fortunes  told, pan for gold and walch a  one-woman circus during spring  break?  The Rockwood Centre's Children's Fair, held on Wednesday  and Thursday of last week, that's  where.  The annual event attracted  scores of children-toting parents,  grandparents and friends.  Throughout the cenlre, volunteers set up booths and areas  where kids could try their hand at  a wide variety of activities.  Snacks and lunch were offered in  Heritage House.  Volunteer Gail Sangster surveyed the crowd and said, "Gold-  panning seems to be the most  popular Ihing this year. Last year  it was the sucker trees."  Gibsons resident Robin Reid  brought her granddaughter  Nicole, visiting from Vancouver  for the week, to the Children's  Fair. "It's a great idea, Nicole's  having a lot of fun," she said as  the young |<irl$nilfc an elaborate  crown at the Creation Station.  Rollande Drinkwater, who  brought her three children,  agreed. "It's great for the kids,  Deborah Petula hands out a prize to a young winner at the Rockwood Children's Fair duck pond.  The Wednesday and Thursday all-day annual event featured entertainment, young fashion, fun and  games, raffles with prizes donated by local businesses, and lots of room to play.    Joel Johnstone pholo  gives them something to do during the break."  Singer Wendy Harford, the  Coasl Academy of Dance, and a  karate demonstration provided  entertainment and music. A  clown made balloon sculptures.   ,  Filetla Fish, a children's entertainer from Vancouver, performed at 1 pm on both days,  thrilling the crowd with her  antics on her unicycle in her one-  woman circus show.  One popular "graffitti" room  featured a wall covered with  paper where kids could paint,  scribble, doodle and draw to their  heart's content. Another booth,  , t\,t\ Qie* ji^tajiqn, off��e^,  everything from wrapping paper  to tinsel to bows to ribbons for  children to make their own hats,.  crowns and other headgear.  Tired parents and kids could  take a break in the Quiet Room,  where activities were geared  toward a more mellow kind of  Kill.  3 .Facj^-painling, fortune-telling,  antl panning for coins in a, sand  bak were also busy areas.  TOWN OF GIBSONS  ATTENTION OPERATORS  OF PERSONAL WATER  CRAFT (Jtl skis)  The Coast Guard, R.C.M.P. Marina Division and Town of  Gibsons are Jointly sponsoring an educational meeting  on personal water craft  March 31st, 1994  7:00 pm  Town Hall  474 South Fletcher Road, Gibsons  Ths meeting le open to all current and future owners  snd operators of jet skis. At the meeting, staff from the  Cosst Gusrd end R.C.M.P. will discuss ssfety  equipment and safs operating procedures for personal  water craft.  Information will also be available at the meeting on Ihe  new prohibition on the operation of let skis In certain  irMtpfQItowntHsrtwur.  For more information on the meeting call the Town Hall  at 886-2274 between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.   _C III r,  I   ..-.  .. --     ��� .  Cap College will train gardeners,  scientists on donated Coast land  A recent gift to Capilano  College will be put to use training future gardeners, landscapes and environmental scientists.  Last fall, the college received  a gift of five acres of prime land  on the Sunshine Coast.  The land will be used as a  field school site for the students  in the environmental science  and landscape horticulture programs.  The properly includes waterfront, mature and partially old-  growth forest and botanical gardens with approximately 1,300  species. Many of the plant  species are rare and some are  even extinct in their native habitat.  "The property gives us complete access to an area for in-  depth study," said Vicky Troup,  coordinator of the environmental science program.  "Students will use the area  for practising field techniques  and by gelling to know the area  intimately. We will be able lo  collect a dala base that will be  an invaluable training tool."  "Our long-range plans are to  offer horticultural courses to the  Sechelt communily as well as  use Ihe properly for field trips  for students at the North Vancouver campus," added Les  Koskitalo, coordinator of the  landscape horticulture program.  The land was given to the  college by two Sunshine Coasl  residents through Ihe Capilano  College planned giving program.  The program allows donors  to support post-secondary education through bequests in a  will, life insurance, annuities,  property, cash or other assets.  In addition to the land, the  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  WORK!  donor's  bequest  will   also  include a trust fund to help  maintain the property and support training programs.  A First for the Sunshine Coast  at TZOONIE HOUSE  BONSAI SENSEI  Bonsai Plants  & supplies by Audrey  Sat Apr 2nd 10-4pm  To celebrate, we are offering:  free Coffee  Free Houseplant to first 50 customers  Enter draw for a Bonsai plant  5644 Cowrie Street, Sechelt  Notice  To the members of the community who donated to and  supported fund raising activities for the equipping of a  Hospice Room for the Kiwanis Care Home.  We advise that due to delays in obtaining approvals from the  B.C. Government for the construction of the hospice room  and possible extension of the care home, our planned date  of completion has not been met. Negotiations are in  progress and the hospice room will be undeiway as soon as  permission is granted. We do not expect such permission to  be granted before mid-summer at the earliest. All funds for  the equipping of the Hospice Room are held in a separate  account at the Royal Bank of Canada, Gibsons, and will be  used only for that purpose.  On behalf of the G.K. Care Centre Auxiliary:  MameyQually, President.  List of Tenants  ��� IGA Plus  ��� Reitmans  ��� Ali Baba's Cafe  ��� Dar Lebanon  Restaurant  ��� Gibsons Pet Foods  & Supply  ��� Sunshine Coast Ins.  Agencies  ��� Frontrunners  ��� Mountain High Cycle  ��� Sears  ��� Bernadette's Galleries  ��� Budget Video & Laser  ��� Nutcracker Sweet  ��� Re/Max top 20  ��� Bargains Galore  ��� The Bargain Shop  ��� Eugenia's Interiors  ��� Color Your World  ��� New China Kitchen  %^m  While you're there;  Make your challenge,  pick up your pledge forms  and get ready for the  16th Annual  APRIL FOOLS FUN  Sunday April 10  Run*Walk* Relay  SECHELT to GIBSONS  For more information, call Shannon  at Frontrunners - 886-4830  AuaavuU u'UAHtttuf ff:30*.m.  *tAtPUj��t<M<it4t}t*e.  PRIZES ��� TROPHIES ��� FAMILY FUN  Have fun and support the Children's Hospital, too.  mm 12  Coast News, March 28, 1994  Blood Donor Clinic  TUESDAY, APRIL 5, 1994  Senior Citizen Activity Centre  3:00 - 8:00 pm  Basic eligibility requirements  for donors:  Be between the ages of 17 & 60 (regular  donors may donate until their 71st  birthday).  Be at least 100 pounds.  Be in good health and not on any  medication (there are some exceptions).  Must have eaten a substantial meal within  1-4 hours prior to donating.  Must bring I.D. to the clinic.  Must meet all other screening criteria.  How many units or blood does a person have?  An adult person, depending on their body weight, has  between 10 and 12 units. As your weight increases so  does the volume of blood increase. The same applies to  decreases in body weight in relation to the amount of  blood.  2 What Is the most common  blood group?  The most common blood group is O  Rh Positive, which averages about 38%  of the population.  3 The rarest Is AB Rh Negative  which averages about one out of every  100 people.  4 How long does blood last?  Red cells make up about 45% of your  blood and are good for 35 days (5  weeks).  5 How often can I give?  Every 70 days.  6 How long does It take to give a unit of blood?  Total time commitment is approximately one hour -  actual time of giving blood is approximately lOminutes,  followed by a rest period and then time to have refreshments. All stages are important for your welfare.  How long does It take my body to replace  my unit?  It takes 24 to 48 hours to replace the plasma portion  which is about 80% water and three to five weeks to  replace the red cells.  10 How much blood do you take?  A donation of blood is 9/10ths of a pint, 450 millilitres-  approximatcly 6-8% of a person's blow! supply.  11 Should you eat before giving blood?  Yes, wc require that you have eaten a substantial meal  within one to four hours prior to your donation. We  would like you to have a good blood sugar level before  you donate.  12 Why do you have to rest for 10 minutes after  you give a donation?  You should rest lo allow your body to adjust to the loss  of blood in your system and to make sure die bleeding  has stopped at the venepuncture site.  13 Do you get paid for giving blood?  The sole source of blood in Canada is through  "Volunteer Donors". No one is paid for donating blood  and no Canadian is charged for receiving blood.  14 Does alcohol affect the blood?  Although alcohol docs not affect the blood, the nurse  must be able to ascertain that the donor is able to  understand and provide an informed consent lor the  donation process.  Paul A. Kelly ��� over 50 limes (left)  Robin Hethey ��� over 75 times (right)  What are tlie different types of blood?  There are four main groups: O, A, B and  AB.  Breakdown in  Canada:  Rh Positive  Rh Negative  45% Group O  40% Group A  11% Group B  4% Group AB  38%               7%  34%               6%  9%                2%  3%                1%  What tests are done on the blood after  It has been donated?  Our tests are designed to be as sensitive as  possible to protect the recipient. We test for.  Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, HIV (AIDS),  HTLVI (a leukemia related virus) and  syphilis. We also test the blood group and  screen for irregular red cell antibodies.  From left to right: Mr. Ross H. Preston ��� over 35 limes  Mrs. Beulah Lawson ��� over 35 times  Mr. Richard Dispecker ��� over 35 limes  This message brought to you courtesy of the following community-minded businesses  J��L  3EH33IB  SfleRITME MARKET I  \_ v0i/ '���m coice n 'ooj' J  Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt ��� 885-2025  Management and Staff of  and  COAST NEWS  WEEKENDERI  Afelu  rV?//   IN �� Vf RV WAY  vxr. in  IOQVi Locally Owned & Operated  Sunnycrest Mall, Qibsons  CONSTRUCTION  AGGREGATES ltd.  885-7595  TWO LOCUTIONS SUNSMWECOASTHIGHWHV ���  WWWF WD DOtflft. SECHELT  Bolh locations open Sundays, 10 am-4 pm  SECHELT GIBSONS  885-7121 886-8141  SECHELT INSURANCE  AGENCY, LTD.  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The tourney, with a variety of  prizes available, also helped  raised money for the Canadian  Heart and Stroke Foundation.  With prizes up for grabs,  thanks to numerous Sechelt merchants and public houses, $705  was raised for the foundation,  said tourney organizer Karen  Hudson.  "It turned out really well,"  she said.  A first-place purse of $500  was grabbed by the Sechelt/Gibsons twosome of Alan Louie and  Tim Weatherby, while the second-place $250 prize was garnered by Powell River's Ken  Warman and Jeff Tyrell.  Third- and fourth-place $100  prizes were earned by Mark  Dove and Rock Gibb of Gibsons  and Gordie Ross and Jerry Wilson of Gibsons.  Sechelt dartsman Arnold  Hudson tapped in three triple-  twenties (180 points) to earn a  perfect score and $30 and the  high man of the day was Bill  Perlstom of Sechelt, whose 152  points earned him $40; the high  woman, with 174 points, was  Roberts Creek Rangers tripped up a few but didn't stop the steady offensive play of the Sechelt Hawks Thursday in Ihe lirst of a best-of-flve  final playoff for the Men's Commercial League. The Hawks won 5-3. Game two is Monday, March 28 at 8 pm. Joel Johnstone pholo  Gibsons shooters bag championship medals  Gibsons resident Allan Harding retained his title as junior  champion in Ihe BC Airgun  Championships in Richmond  March 19-20.  Harding stood tall among a  field of 50 shooters (aged 12-19)  and finished his three allotted  shoots with an aggregate score of  550 oul of 600.  Winning the junior championship for the second straight  year didn't come as much of a  surprise to the 18-year-old shooter. When asked how it felt to  repeat as champ, he modestly  replied, "the field wasn't all that  good, so...." Harding, who began  shooting at the insistence of his  brother, David, has been shooting  air pistols at the the Gibsons  Wildlife Club on Highway 101  for two and a half years.  He wasn't Ihe only Gibsons  shooter to bring a gold medal  home from the competition, as  junior shooting team coach Karl  Haerthe's daughter Kristen won  the under-11 category.  Sister   Katrina   narrowly  missed the bronze medal in the  junior ladies' class by only a few  points. Ryan Kangas shot a personal best in the tourney and  brought a silver medal home in  the junior class.  GIBSONS  CHRISTIAN BOOKS  2A-747 NORTH RD.,  GIBSONS  Store Hours:  Mon. - Sat. 11-5  Fri. 11-7 Ph: 886-4748  Large Selection of  Easter Cards  New Adult Fiction  Series in Stock  New Teen Series  in Stock  Check-Artist of the Month  Cassette & CD Display  Come in and browse  ItatT-'-V-?, \%fc.  Tannis Louie, who also picked  up $40.  The tourney is held every  year in the memory of Gerald  "Sharky" Louie.  The Sechelt Band also holds  an annual golf tournament in the  Louie family's memory every  August at the Pender Harbour  Golf Course.  Hudson said she wasn't sure  yet of this year's date for golf  tourney.  SHOPPING MARINE SERVICES  feUU^eana'a  JIAB1NA.  TOTAL SHOPPINO  7 DAYS A WEEK  All Chevron Product*  883-2253  883-9551  .,..._     HOME HARDWARE  'lliS     BUILDING CENTRE  HARBOUR  BOATTOPS  883-2929  Tops, Tarps & Covers  Upholstery & Repairs  To advertise in the  Pender Hartxxir  QredDiy call Janice  885-3930  883-2888  MADEIRA  MARINA  883-8266  RECREATION  Pender Harbour  Golf Course  Visitors Welcome  I /* MILK NORTH Of GAROCN BAY HD.  HWY. lOI 883-954 1  P.nd.r Harbour. S.C. 883-2830  LIVE BAIT ��� TACKLE SHOP  CONVENIENCE STORK  Ptndtr Harbour* ONLY  Full Lint Sporting Good* Store  Frmch Peninsula Place  Comer of Sumhlne Cout Hwy. 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Business Hours  Monday to Friday 9:00 am - 4:00 pm  885-5212 14  Coast News, March 28, 1994  sports/leisure  Members & Guests Welcome  SECHELT  5528 Wharf Streel ��� 885-2526  Closed  Good Friday,  April 1  OMN SUNDAYS H-6/ LUNCHES MON. ��� FRI. 11 ��� 3  Next General Meeting  ml  Crib  Itmiapjam  M.,7pm  Meat Draw  (very Sotvrdtiy 4 pm  GIBSONS  Hwy. 101 ��886 2411  Friday & -Saturday, April 1&2  J3BOBMARLOWJ3  Friday Nights: BBQ Steak, 6-8 pm ��� $8.75  Saturdays: All You Can Eat Buffet, 5:30-7 pm > $7.50  OMN SUNDAYS 11-*/ KITCHEN HOURS MON. ��� SAT. 11 ��� ft  General Meeting  mwiim  Darts  Wd 7:30pm  Crib  Sal.lpm  Meat Draw  IwySd.lpm  Ml  Kyle Erickson (kit) and drummer Dallas Finnigan of the band  Dreamseed (not shown) Joined Michael LaCoste and Butler in the  Hey for a last set at the teenagers-only dance to raise (kinds for  Camp Salish. Joel Johnstone pholo  Non-profit groups gambling with province  S<    CLIP   'N'   SAVE    >cj  Sunshine Coast non-profit  organizations have banded  together in an effort to secure the  rights to casino gaming off the  Coast.  The Festival of Ihe Written  Arts, together with the Sunshine  Coast Arts Council, and the Sunshine Coast Planned Parenthood  Maytag #1  preferred on:  ���DISHWASHERS  ���WASHERS  ���DRYERS  over any  other brand  tn i Mem Suva, metre) Car*  MUWl tttatti ton) liWy WuM  m 10 hi  Nobody gets dishes cleaner  No dishwasher holds more  Three level scrubbing power  Quiet clasping  ��� -v,   ft  HURRY III AND SAVE!  EEBB3  CANADA'S 1  PREFERRED BRAND  MAYTAG  HEAVY DUTY  WASHERS  Lasts longer, needs fewer repairs  and costs less to service  Large capacity  Miviwmiv  [flkci  I  w*  MAYTAG  BIG LOAD  DRYERS  ��� No. 1 preferred  brand*  ��� Dependability  proven in  commercial  laundries  "(Based on Ciniflun consumer surveys I  MAYTAG  REFRIGERATORS  BUY NOW!  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The budget for the festival  has grown considerably in the  on the arts beat  past four years from $153,000 to  the current level of $275,000.  If the organization was  included in the GVRD casino  gaming license area, it would  hold one or two nights of casino  gaming off the Coast, either in  Richmond, Burnaby, North Vancouver or Vancouver.  Keller estimates that would  mean an additional $20,000 or  more over those two nights.  "Well, $20,000 would help on  our budget. We're always hanging in there," she said. "It would  make such a difference to us,"  In fact, the festival is operating with a deficit and fundraising  programs continue to take a lot of  energy to organize.  The organization is awaiting  the release of the Great Canadian  Literary Cookbook ��� a publication intended to enhance the festival's fundraising efforts. The  festival will also hold a "literary  golf tournament" on July 23 with  part of the proceeds going toward  local literacy programs.  To date, the BC Gaming  Commission has rejected all  applications made by organizations from the Coast, and it  doesn't seem likely it will make  an exception for the festival.  "I realize that taking the proceeds of gambling to do what we  do is nol the nicest thing in the  world. If there was another way  to do it, we'd find it," Keller said.  The next film to show at the  Arts Centre is the 1990 Canadian  niirj, //.  This First feature of Canadian  film maker Darrelf Wasyk has  been invited to show at some  very prestigious film festivals  throughout the world. Wasyk has  combined his accomplished dramatic skills with thorough  research of the physical and emotional aspects of heroin with-  Byjon  McRae  SHOULD YOU RENT  IF YOU CANT SEU?  If you are trying to sell your  home in a market where you can't  get the price you want, should you  consider holding on and renting it  until market conditions improve?  Before you put your "for rent"  in the Coast News classifieds, il is a  good idea to consider the issue  Miy. Over the long term property  values have always increased; if  you do not have a specific purpose  for the equity dollars in your  home, treating it as a revenue  property is probably a good  investment. In British Columbia all  rentals are governed by the  "Residential Tenancy Act of B.C.  1984, as amended" and all rights of  both the landlord and tenant are  spelled oul in the act; lx? sure you  know what il saysl  When the markei does not  reach tlte level you want, selling a  tenant-occupied home can lie  tricky and you should he aware ot  some of ihe downsides before you  become a landlord. You tan never  be sure that the nice, clean cut  people who wanl to renl your  place are not inlo toga parlies or  aggravated landlord abuse. When it  is time lo sell, the condition of  your home may not reflect the  pride of ownership that it did  when you occupied it. Tenants  could reasonably want to limit the  access to Realtors and potential  buyers for your house ��� which ihey  have now come lo think of as their  own.  The final consideration should  involve an accountant who can  inform you in regard lo capital  gains taxes and the financial  implications of turning your  primary residence into an income-  producing property.  For solid advice on buying or  selling real estate consult  Jon McRae  at  NRS Gibsons Realty  886-2277 (office)  886-39991 home)  drawal to create the story of//.  The film is an intensely dramatic record of,qnj cgjipj^'s  struggle with thp tortures of withdrawal from drug addiction. It  probes the fundamentals of Iheir  dependency on each other. From  the tension between the two characters arises a unique insight into  the social and psychological  complexities that make up the  environment of the heroin addict.  This is a timely piece, well  suited for release againsl the  backdrop of increasing drug  awareness. Although H treats the  issue in a poetic sense, it does not  attempt to glamorize drugs.  Rather, it's a head-on view of the  struggle to withdraw. The audience senses the violent and  painful eruptions the two characters must experience as iheir reality becomes painfully sharp in an  effort to rehabilitate themselves.  H will show at the Arts Centre  on March 30 at 6 pm, $5.50 at  the door. Coffee and treats will  be available when the doors open  at 7:30.  Study opportunity  The Sunshine Coast Arts  Council is offering Coast residents the opportunity lo sludy  under the expert guidance of  Halfmoon Bay artist Britton  Francis in a course designed to  develop and improve watercolour  painting skills.  Britlon's highly representation?' work, is .well, known  throughout North America and  he has won numerous awards  including the Queen Elizabeth  award; a post graduate scholarship to the Institute De Allende,  Mexico; several recognitions in  The Artist's Magazine; Ihe Alberta Cultural Developmeni Award;  the New York Andrew Jerry Co.  materials prize for watercolour;  and many others.  Francis' paintings can be  found in the collections of the  Federal Government Art Bank,  the Mendel Public Art Museum  in Saskatoon, the Governor General of Canada, the British  Columbia government, Texaco  Canada Resources Ltd., the  Chevron Canada Collection,  Alberta House in London England, and in several other public,  corporate and private collections.  Locally Brilton's paintings  can be seen at the Wilson Creek  Gallery. His workshop begins in  the new art studio on Wednesday  evening, April 13 from 7 to 9 pm  and runs for six Wednesdays.  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MISCELLAINIOGS SERVICES  Thank You ^  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate il when you tell them  you found Ihem in  The Coast News    a  FORESTRY  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  ���KITCHENS �� BATHROOMS*  GmHulmr  8804376  FORESTRY  ��� Stand Assessment ��� Tree-Marking  Timber Valuation   ��� Logging  R. (Ray) GIZA R.P.F 885-4755  'EFFICIENT  ���KtMWf  MtOftSSrOHAl ���     ���Hat*���*���  CARPET A UPHOLSTERY CLEANING  PHONE 885-4258  RESTOP,  STIHL  Chainsaws & Trimmers 16  Coast News, March 28, 1994  Take Advantage of our New Classified Ad Special  Rttn yottr classified ad 6 times  and pay for- only 2 times!  Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  FRIDAY AT NOON  -������ Gibsons &  ��� Sechelt Offices  Sechell village. 3 bdrm attractive  lamily home, super convenient  location, hardwood doors, work-  saving kilchen. bright and airy,  landscaped w/decks, cedar workshop $162,500 8850270   #!5c  Beautiful character bed and breakfast in Victoria Fantaslic, well  established gay and lesbian clientele Vendors leaving counlry.  Very motivated. $319,900. Toll Iree  I-979-3149 Colleen Novak, Sutton  Group Westcan. #13c  Lol 8 Vista Fjord Estates, 1/2 acre,  prime view ol islands, mountains  and Howe Sound. In exclusive  controlled subdivision. (90S) 508-  6911.  #15w  48 acre Pike Rd  block from school.  886-2272  Langdale, one  beautiful view  HI 4c  Private Sale - Gibsons, new ocean  view home. 2560 sq It on 2 lev  els. 3 bdrm plus den/bdrm, lamily  room. 21/2 balhs. gas heat and  fireplaces, 7 minules lo terry  $2/8.000 No GST 886 4964 ��14c  3 bdrm, 3 balh, 2 yi. old home, 866  Oceanmount $289,000.886-3726.  ��14c  Save $ Buy Direct Irom Builder. 3  bdrm. rancher w/double carport In  new subdivision W. Sechelt. New  home warranty program. $165,000  GST included. 885-4719     ��15w  Pander Harbour  by owner, beautilul country home -  2 bdrms., 2 baths, large loft, 2 balconies "one covered", patio, woodshed. Nice treed lot. Completely  and professionally remodelled  in/oul. Priced to sell al $128,000.  885-5659. #15w  2 bdrm. farmhouse 4 stable, 1  acre, mature trees, 70 kms. from  Bordeaux France. $70,000 Cdn  Video avail. April 10.886-0166.  #14w  Gambier Island. For sale by owner  Beautiful 8 acres. 2 bdrm character  house and separate studio, t 1/4  acre ol garden area a new  orchard, stream. 10 min. walk Irom  feny $275,000 Call 886-3214. ss  For free use of a video on  how to buy or sell a house  call John Gonzaga  886-2670  SfcHMB  ERROR  RESPONSIBILITY  PLEASE CHECK YOUR AD  ON THE FIRST DAY IT APPEARS  Advertisers are asked lo listen carefully as all ads  placed by telephone are completely read back  verifying requested classification, start dale,  number of insertions and a copy content.  We take extreme care to avoid typographical  errors, however, in the evenl of an error, we are  responsible only for Ihe first incorrect insertion of  an ad. We do not assume any responsibility for  any reason for an error in an od beyond the cosl  of the ad itself.  Mease report any error IMMEDIATELY  by calling 116-2623 or 83S-3930  Monday to Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.  CLASSIFICATIONS  Announcements  Appliances  Autos  Barter & Trade  Bed and Breakfast  Births  Business and Home  Sendees  7  19  23  IS  30  2  35  Business Opportunities 38  GREAT  IDEA  Campers  Child Care  25  37  Commercial lor Rent    32  Entertainment  For Rent  For Sale  Found  Free  Furniture  Garage Sales  Heavy Equipment  Help Wanted  Home & Property  In Memoriam  Legal  Lost  Marine  Mobile Homes  Motorcycles  Music  33  31  21  11  16  20  17  22  34  1  4  41  10  26  27  26  13  Obituaries ***  Personal  Pets & Livestock  Recreation  Storage  Thank You  3  6  12  9  39  6  Too Late to Classify    40  Travel  Trucks  Wanted  Wanted to Rent  Weddings &  Engagements  Work Wanted  14  24  18  29  9  36  off*00*  gsfegp  AD*  ai any of our convenient  Friendly  ���i People Places mm  DEADLINE IS 3:00 PM THURSDAY  In Pender Harbour  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES  Francis Peninsula PUee 8834551  MARINA PHARMACY  Pender Harbour Centre 883.2888  In Halfmoon Bay  B ft J STORE 885-8555  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 885-3400  DEADLINE IS NOON FRIDAY  In Sechelt     ___]  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Street 885-3930  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  537 Cruice Lane (behind Dockside Pharmacy)  886-2622  Homes &  Properly  Complete sel ol Tynan 2 storey  house plans {never used). 886  7156. 113c  3 bdrm home on sunny 3/4 acre  level lot, 10 yrs. old with large 2-  car garage/workshop. 7999 South-  wood. Halfmoon Bay. $150,000.  8859424. ��13c  MOSSY ROCK  Roberts Creek. 1 1/4 acre al end  01 cul-de-sac. Fulure subdivision  potential. $125,000.886-8691.  msc  1125 Roberls Creek Road, older 2  bdrm. log home on prime 1/2 acre  No GST. $132.000.865-3720I14C  3/4 acre Ireed. quiet, ocean view.  small cabin, services. Wilson  Creek $96,000 885-5846 #15w  Commercial lot across from medical building, $95,000.9650412.  ss  2 1/2 acre lol. end ol Lohn Road,  Halfmoon Bay $130,000 includes  eagles nesl and trout pond. 885-  7672. #14*  New 1 bdrm cabin, 'move' lo your  property. Plumbed, wired and insulated. Fridge, stove and extras.  Just move in 666-2751 Mike #19c  Roberts Creek private sale, acre  and house wilh In-law suite or  rental. 686-2329. #13c  Ocean view lot, Sandy Hook,  Sechelt. Spectacular view ol  Sechelt Inlet, 90'xtso'. Water,  power, cablevision at lot line. 942-  5096 or 885-2213. #14*  fffiH NATIONAL  Investigating A  Real Estate Career?  Need assistance with  the Real Estate  Pic-Licensing Course?  (Registration for nexl class  is April 5,1994)  Call Rob Gill  Sales Manager  NRS. Sechelt Realty  885-2235  4 bdrm lamily home w/1 bedroom  suile. W. Sechelt. Good investment. $183,900 obo. 885-5764.SS  Level 1/2 acre corner lot Mossy  Rock Road, Roberts Creek.  $102,000 sale by owner, no agents  please. Message 8850877. #i3w  ANDERSON REALTY  FRKK  CATALOGUE  5886 Cowrie St. Box 1219  Sechet. BC, VON 3M  MU311 FAX MUM  V��n ToUFfMltUOIt  Lot 71, Merrill Crescent, Pender  Harbour. Ready to build, seplic in,  financing. 883-9587. ss  Five wooded acres, Langdale  area. Creek 1 some view,  $135,000 firm. No agents at all'  8884714 ss  COSTARICA  3 serviced 1 hectare firm lots bordered by a tropical park, swimming  river, view. mins. to Pacific white  sand beaches, $26,500. Owner.  885-5157. ss  For Salt By Owner - Halfmoon  Bay, 3 bdrm panabode house pka  cabin on parkbke 1/2 acre lot F/P,  woodstove, t and 1/2 balhs, 2  decks, near school and Sargents  Bay Asking $198,000 685-5944  ss  ROBERTS CREEK  4 bdrm home with hardwood and  slate Iloor throughout on private  67 acre Two car garage, workshop and potential revenue/m-law  sute Zoned R2 $259,000 please  cal 885-2253. no agents       si  t*  Cory and Tania Cavalier would like  lo lhank Dr Scott and al the staff  at Sl Marys lor bringing Christopher Ross Cavalier into Ihe world  on March 17, 1994. weighing 7  pounds. 14 ounces Proud grandparents are Patti and Mike Cavalier of Sechell and Louise Bernier  of Pender Harbour ��l3c  Derek. Laverna and Bryce Flug are  proud to announce the arrival of  the newest member ol Iheir family,  Travis Fredericks Fkjg, bom March  14,1994 weighing 8 pounds, 6  ounces. Special thanks to Dr. Jack  Bryson Rita and all the staff al St  Marys Hospilal 113c  Barnes: Jordan and Michael are  pleased lo announce Ihe arrival of  Iheir baby sister Kelsey Taylor,  born Msrch 23.1994 Proud parents are Jamie and Kelly Special  lhanks to Dr. Butnick and attending stall al Sl Mary's        #13c  3.   Obituaries I 7.  Announcement ��� 7.   Announcement  I113.  HALLBERG: Passed away March  21 1994, Bernice Katherine Hall-  berg, lale of Madeira Park, age 85  years. Survived by her loving hus  band Cliff 2 sons: Monte and his  wife Llona; and Jeffrey 'Duffy',  daughter Carol Reid and her husband Butch: 5 grandchildren:  Terry. Dan, Darren, Aaron and  Charity. Memorial service Sat..  March 26 al 2:00 pm In St.  Andrew's Anglican Church,  Madeira Park, Rev. D. Gilford officiating. Cremation. Arrangements  through Devlin Funeral Home.  Remembrance donalions may be  made lo the SPCA. Box 2094,  Sechelt. BC VON SAO.        *13c  CROOK: Francis Leslie, suddenly  March 24, 1994. Will be sadly  missed by his loving wile Dorothy,  his daughters Susan (Greg),  Pamela (Martin) and three grandchildren Christina, Paul and Julia.  Services through Devlin Funeral  Home In lieu of Ilowers. donalions  may be made lo Ihe Stroke Foundation. #l3c  NAHANEE: Arnold Mark on Match  22.1994. aged 50. Funeral Mass  was on March 28.1994. Interment  Mission Reserve Cemelary. Hinds  Funeral and Memorial Services in  care ol arrangements.       #13c  Want lo play (learn) bridge? Come  April 18,5653 Whart. Sechelt. 885-  5552. #15c  Cameo Singles Club. Crib, luncheons, potluck dinners, dancing,  hikes, camping. Call lor inlo 866-  095401885-5384. tfn  S/W/M 29 interested in meeting  independent, adventurous female,  early to mid 20's. Likes include  good books, art cinema, humour,  Tom Wails physical fitness and  vagabond travel. Please respond  to Graham at Box 413, c/o Ihe  Coast News, Box 460, Gibsons,  BC VON IVO. tfn  7. Announcements  The Arts Council Junque (Junk)  Sale will recycle your 'unwanted  treasures.' Call 685-2395 or 865-  6072 Ibr lurther information. #13c  NOW OPEN  tit  V��l    ' ,SM,-SNIII  15.1 M.iiiiii Hum-  Achieve vibrant health with help  from:  Irldology - Polarity Therapy ���  Relkl-Hubs  lor appointments call Vonnie 683-  9653. #15w  DISCOUNT CAR PAINTING  Now on the Coast, paint jobs Irom  $350. also bodywork Leave message or alt. Spm 686-8309. ��15w  Gigglss The Clown songs with  her guitar, balloon animals, magic,  puppets, lace painting a more.  683-2514 #14*  Hospice training - April 9,16. 23  Fee: $55.00. please phone: Sunshine Coast Home Support Sociely  at 885-5144. #13*  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-8208,24 hour line.        tin  Home Study Diploma. Save time  and money. Over 40 programs for  careers of the 90s Our 30th year!  686-4913 or 1-800-661-3099 - 24  hours/7 days. National College  (BC) START TODAY!        114c  ANXIETY-PHOBIA-PANIC  invading your We? Wealth o' information, research, support and  hope is available. Call 468-2049 or  write Bridge ol Hope. PO Box 489  Lantzwlle. BC V0R 2H0     #15*  Shelly |^  of Roberts Creek  is now at  Good Times are Hair  iutftftUu  ���M-9181  Dolphin Physiotherapy Cenlre  (across Irom Ihe RCMP) in Sechell  is pleased to announce new hours  Monday and Thurs 8am-6pm.  Tues.. Wed. 1 Fri., 8am-2pm  Katie Angermeyer. M Sc physiotherapist By appt 885-2969  Movement is our specialty. #i3c  Private Tuition  Fully qualified experienced teacher  available. Adults, high school and  elementary students 886-8466  114c  ARTISANS CRAFTS PEOPLE  S.C. Arts Cenlre Summer Craft  Fair. Aug 13 S 14. Applications  now ready. Phone Sandra 886-  8261.686-4863 ��14c  Adull children ol Alcoholics or dys-  lunclional lamilies please call 886-  COMPUTER INSTRUCTION  Al home or at work, one on one, or  a group Call Jeff 886-8095.  tfns  Kitchen reopening at Pender Harbour Golf Course March 17-31,  11 am-3pm; from April 1, 8am-4pm.  Watch lor extended hours. #14w  MARY KAY  To discover the new you, call  Yvonne al 866-4643 lor yout  FREE makeover and facial. #18w  Planned Parenthood needs volunteers to work In our clinic. A medical, educational or social work  background helpful bul not mandatory. Training program April 15116.  Leave name and number at 885-  7770. #13w  ELLEN BESSO  TRAGER  ��  "J-"*' Release tension  -p* and emotional  -���' blocks in a safe  nurturing environment.  Specializing in  Women's Health  886-4274  TRUDY SMALL  ���BASKETS'  al  Hunter Gallery  Lower Gibsons  March 26-April 15  OPEN: 10am-4pm  #14w  LINE DANCING  ROBERTS CREEK HALL  COAST COUNTRY DANCE  CLUB  Starts March 31 - Thursdays,  Beginners 7-8pm, Intermediate  8;15-9:15pm. 6 classes $30, drop-  In $6. Into: 886-7372 or 888-3977.  #13w  FIRST AID  COURSES  Standard Rrrt Aid  April 23 & 24     * 90  Equivalent lo WCB  Survival! (I6hrs)  Emergency First Aid  Apiil 16 $c>5  Equivalenl to WCB  Survival!   (7.5 hrs)  CMUvilC      tcc  April 17 *55  Nurses, Fire Fighters,  lifeguards, ana other  Healthcare professionals  min. & max. enrol!  tied to  llmenl  St. John  Ambulance  Tel   885-9310  Capilano College  APRIL FOOLS RUN  22 km half marathon and relay  and 10 km walk, Sechell lo Gibsons Proceeds lo Children's Hospital Join us on Ihe beautilul Sunshine Coasl Only a 40 minute  ferry ride from Horseshoe Bay  Sunday. April 10. Registration  information call Fronl Runners  886-4830 #14w  Pager* 1-979-6885 ot  Robert�� IGA Gibsons 866-3467  Ssles 4 Cooler RertaH Available  Maty Lang MSW/RSW  Counselling  Individual Couples & Families  Also group for  Re-Married Families  (slep families)  886-8144  Piano Tuning  <*  ��� repalts  ��� appraisal)  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  Does someone in your family have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  866-9903. 885-7464, 866-9059.  Al-Aleen 886-2565 or 8B5-74B4.  nc  MARY KAY  Glamour at ils besl! Free facials 4  makeovets. Diane Wright. 885-  7245. #13w  Antique upright piano. Clinton.  Ivor/ keys, metal sounding board,  beautilul sound. $1000.885-9306.  tins  Piano, upright Heintzman, medium  size, good cond.$650.685-3881.  #13*  STEPPING STONES...  Shadow Baux Lane  Visit us at the cutest little  store in Sechelt  885-8922  Reno express w/Maverick Irom  Sechelt, May 14, limited seals! Info  885-9976. #15w  Sunshins Coast  Transition House.  A sale place tor women and children In crisis. Free confidential 24  hour service. 885-2944 ttn  REWARD  YowmK  Lose Fat I Inches 100% Natural,  100% Money Back Guarantee.  Now available - Thermo Tea &  amazing celiulite removal cream.  Independent Herbalife Disl. Patti  883-9351. ��13w  8. Recreation  RV lots lor sale In Cabo San  Lucus. Limited leases, all services  In place. For brochure call 687-  1923. #13c  9. Weddings &  Engagements  SPECIALTY WEDDING CAKES  Made lo order, rentals available.  Mary-Lou 885-2203. #13w  Malamule Husky dog, 140 lbs.,  black a. white. 'Snooky' Middle-  point area. 883-9382 Jell. lv.  mess: #13w  COMICS  Any condition, win pay cash, phone  885-7821. ��15c  Propane red. any size, Tandem  trailer w/brakes 886-8015  #13w  Old canvas tarps or tents, reasonable. 885-5444. #15w  Small Iridge, good cond. wanted,  apl. or bar size, reasonable. 885  3930. tins  Trailer pad in Roberts Creek, suitable lor 28' travel trailer. Annie  886-2622 days. tins  Husky 2100 chainsaw lor parls.  Phone 885-4485 #14c  Used gas lawn mower in good  shape. 885-0991. tfn  Good quality junk lor the Arts  Council Junque Sale. Phone 885-  2395 or 885-6072 for further information. #13c  2 floater jackets, DOT approved,  1 large, 1 ex. large. Cash or trade.  885-9398 #13c  For small family daycare - art  materials, swing set, toys, dolls,  etc. 886-0296. #13c  Classical records; qualily hardcover books in dust jackets.Allan  Crane. 865-0991. #15c  12.Pets  and Livestock  Peacocks, males, $80: females,  $70; pied, $100; chicks, $25.885-  8171 eves. 885-7595 days. Katy.  I15C  Two Rolweiller puppies lor sale.  AM shots, dewormed M/F. Michael  863-9836 eves #14w  Lessons, training, boarding. Barb,  886-9470 let il ting. #14*  Horseshoeing. Bob Hopkins 686-  9470. #14w  13 mo. old male toy Poodle, $100.  8854496. #14w  Coast Clippers  All breed pet grooming  Call Linda for  an appointment  886-8384  Molly's, Lane  African Pygmy goats, kids born at  Christmas, $75 to $200, reserve  nowl Some adults and breeding  pairs avail, too. Greal gentle pets  and brush clearers 883-2990 ss  PYRAMID DOG TRAINING  Private Classes  "Spring has Sprung. It's time to  train your dog won't mind a little  rain!' Debbie 886-2654.     #15*  Balinese kittens, registered, CCA  CFA, TICA. ACFA, Chocolate  Point, all shots, $250. 885-2374.  please lv mess #13*  MAGUS KENNELS REG.  Since 1980  Dog 4 Cat Boarding  "Science Diet" pel loods  Dog Obedience Classes  81(4588.  REFLEXOLOGY AND/OR  ACUPRESSURE  Relieves stress S tension. Call  Adelgh: 866-9234. ��13w  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton Iruck available lor hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototming. odd jobs.  885-3917. tfns  Digitech, 128 plus FX processor  w/foot controller, hardly used.  $425obo.885-4500. ��15c  Guitar and bass lessons with Mick  Bryant Irom beginner onward. Creative and enjoyable approaches lo  suil the abilities and prelerred  styles of Ihe student 888-8916.  ��17c  Piano, apt size, like new, $1675  del. and tuned .883-2329   #14*  Older upright piano, tuned. $950.  685-2593 #14*  Bass fiddle. Rare black cutaway,  while trim, big sound. Rockabilly  heaven! $2000 obo. 883-9799.  114c  CLASSIC JUNQUE SALE  Salurday, Aptil 9,10 am - 3 pm,  Arts Council, Sechelt. Good quality  housewares, small appliances, furniture, collectibles, etc      #14w  Giant sale including spring bulbs,  baked goods, T-shirts, draws and  rattle - Sechelt Elementary Gym.  Sat, April 9,10am-1pm     #14w  ... and craft sale. 8096 Westwood  Road. Sat 4 Sun, March 26 4 27  (13c  19 Appliances  Red fridge, stove and fan, good  cond.. works perfectly, $350. 885-  5157. #15c  80.000 blu lurnace. forced air, oil.  good working order, complete,  $100. almost new 40 gal electric  hot water healet, $120. Weslinghouse electric dryer, good working  order, $125; older hot water  heater, cheap 886-2826    ��i4c  Almond SXS Iridge, $425, almond  S/C range, $300; Philips sewing  machine, $75 obo. 885-7037 #14*  Dacor electric 30' range w/grill,  griddle, exhaust tan. self-clean  oven. $225.685-7569.      #14w  30' electric range, harvest gold,  $50,885-2814 #14c  2 yr old 14 cu ft. black front GE.  fridge $400 885-5990       113c  Kenmore portable dishwasher.  $100.886-3670. *13c  Maytag washer/dryer; single bed,  buil-in dishwasher; wood slove.  685-4452 eves #13*  19. Appliances  Will buy used or non-working  major appliances. Bjorn, 6857897.  #13w  Beaumark heavy duty washei, as  new, $300.686-0058.        #13w  24' electric ftidge and range,  propane 30' range and water  heater, each $50. Ed 886-0732. '  #15w  Gibsons 14 cu. It. 2 door frost free  fridge, white, $429; Kenmoie  almond 30' slove automatic, $359;  Gurney 30' white automatic stove,  $289.; Kenmore 2 dr. (.tree  almond, 28'w x 63"h, $449; Kenmore almond, 2 dr. I.free, 32'w x  65"h, L.hand door. $479; Inglis 24"  almond slove, $289; McClary  aulo. multi-program dryer, $199;  Viking heavy duly dryer, new,  $269: Kenmore h/d apl. size aulo  washer, white. $299; Inglis Sterling  port, d/w, $259;.and more. All  appliances recond. w/90 days to 2  yrs warranty, parts 4 labour.  B|orn, 885-7897 or Corner Cupboard 685-4434. #13*  20. Furniture  Broyhill French Provincial bdrm,  queen headboard. 5 drawet dresser and 2 nighl tables. Exc. cond.,  $350 obo. Dble. box spring and  mattress, new, $250. 886-2500  eves. ft 5c  Wall bed, raise and lower wilh  ease. Adjoining drawer and  shelves, $750.866-8668.    ��13w  Refinishing: wicker/cabinets/ lawn  chairs/spray finish. 886-9577 al  shop. #15*  Mature male cockatiel bird, Iree to  good home, 885-7799.       #13c  Pale green 3 pee bathroom, good  cond., lo be removed. 886-4773.  ��13c  Older deep freezer, working order  and hide a bed couch. 883-2007.  ��13c  1984 GM cab. 885-0755.    #13*  Four Corgi cross pups, 5 weeks  old. free to good home. 885-7430.  #13w  3/4 size bed, boxspring mattress 4  headboard/footboard 885-8017.  ���13*  CHAIR REPAIRS  We can re-glue those  wobbly old chairs.  TIM CLEMENT  ���������-���ai ���  1044 Seamount Way, Gibsona  <MA*��MlMfl��Vfl|  Couch, swivel chair, recliner with  heat 4 vib, $225; rowing machine,  $50; 9 drawer dresser with mirror,  $100 866-2509. ��14c  Green sofa bed, $75 885-2133  #14*  Chesterfield, fair cond., suit: foi  cottage or games mt., $150. 885-  5695 all. 6. #14*  Wanled: old-style chesterfield, love  seal 4 chair, camel back or similar.  Worn fabric no ((roblem 885-6275.  #14c  Reconditioned upright piano, 2  chests ol drawers, 1 double, 1  antique. 885-3396. #13c  Office chair, arm chairs. D/R chair,  $5-15.885-3930 tfns  Malaca Rattan dining room suite,  42' round glass lop, 4 chairs,  $800,886-0330. #13w  New or Used Firearms  Buy, sell or trade. We pay cash  885-4090. ��15c  Adobe photo shop LE 2.5 for windows, still in wrap, $500. 885-  966V ss  Recliner, green, good cond., ideal  lor rec room, $25; 2 small armchairs, $5 ea.; Panasonic photocopier, model #FP-3040 w/paper  trays, lor parts. 8100 obo; IBM  Selectric typewriter, good cond..  $30; Olivetti electronic typewriter,  $20; swivel armchair, on casters,  $10.885-3930 or 5712 Cowrie St.  tins  10' contractors table saw w/48'  cast iron extensions. 2 HP motor.  $400 obo 886-4799 all 5pm #15*  Sunshine Net - Voice 886-4502  9-5pm #15*  Sola, love seal, recreation and  household items. 886-7363. #15*  Casl iron airtight antique wood  healer. $300 obo 885 2213 #15*  Select 1x6 bevel cedat siding, pre  stained, beige, 1600 Lit*. 885  0545 #15*  Blasted granite rock, various sizes.  885-0621 #13*  Spring cleaning sale - we're making room lor new products arriving  shortly - come in and save nowl  Tzoonie House. 5644 Cowrie St.  885-9802 #15*  John Deete lawn tractor cAv trailer,  bagger, plow, chains, used 2 seasons, $3995.885-8166 ss  MUSHROOM MANURE  Batk mulch and other items lor  spring. 885-2592. #15*  Black Rocky Mountain light weight  mountain bike, Fusion. 21 spd.,  exc cond., only 3 years old, hardly  used. $750 new, sell lor only $525.  886-8005 after 6 pm lis*  25 year shingles. T-lock, 25 bundles. $11 each 885-5283   115c Coast News, March 28, 1994  17  21   For Sale  21. For Sale  21. For Sale  Glass and rattan wall unil, $225; 20 barstool lops, brand new, bur-  box spring and maltress, $30; gundy velour, $5 ea. obo lor all  boy's med. size, 5 spd. bike, $30; 885-9631 Mon.-Fri. 9am-4pm  side-by-side Iridge. avocado, $50. ��14W  886-7520.                      #l5c  107 landscape ties, $5.50 ea. ot  $550.4'x8'. 885-0117. ss  Women's Dynaslar downhill skis,  bindings and poles, like new, $95;  boots, size 8, $25; men's Fisher  downhill skis, boots and poles, $95  (pkg.). 886-2500 eves.       #15c  Lopl wood stove, CSA approved.  $250,885-7378. #15c  33 gal. Ilshtank w/lish, $185; 55  gal. saltwater tank w/fish, $650;  riding lawn tractor, $750; dehumid-  ifler, $120; knitting machine lor  thick wool, $80.885-0515.  #14c  Couch; cream wilh blend ol lighl  color threads, $175 886-0296.   #14w  CSA approved 'Mama Beat' Fisher woodslove, $300.886-0056.  _^ #14c  Envirolire pellet slove. Like new,  $1400 new, sell lor $700. 886-  3107. ��14C  Used, approx. 4 yrs. old, pool  healer "oil; sand filter, pump, misc  access. $1000 obo 886-2136 lv  message. ��i4c  r"usi5"l  '*���"*> PART5I  Fisher Price travel bed, $70; Gerry  baby carrier, $25; safety gate. $5  865-9299. #t4w  For all your  renovation needs call  BRUCE RANDALL  CONTRACTING  ��� Residential  ��� Commercial  ��� Free Estimates  Call Bnice 885-1949  Macintosh color classic 8/160 with  VRAM and external CD-ROM  drive, $1500.886-4502.     #14w  AHODOS 4 AZALEAS  Roberts Creek Nursery. Large  selection, $3.50-$22. Ready to  bloom, no GST. Closed Tues.  2569 Lower Rd. 686-2062. #13c  10' F/G rowboat, $100 obo; Inglis  washer 5 yrs. old. exc. cond..  $375,686-3675. #14*  3 pee. wall unit, oak finish, each  unit 6' high, 30" wide, $450. 885  2656. #13c  CHAMPION JUICER ��� original  commercial model, like new, $235  obo. 885-7734. #13w  WIN  a Wonder Hut!  Attractive 8' x 10'  Wooden Cabin perfect  for storage, play,  guests... whatever.  Donated and  constructed on site by  the Working in Trades  Program. For info &  tickets contact your  local recycling depot.  jAUIOl  I  Craftsman radial arm saw. $200;  woodstove (small Regency look-  Shop around - you.  ���     find il pays lo buy     | alike), perfect for mobile home or  I recycled aulo parts Irom J family room, 3 yrs. old, hardly  m    BYPASS AUTO*    I  Woodslove RSF Ardent Mark 4  Downdratl wilh secondary combustion chamber. Electric Ihermo  stat holds room temperature wtihin  1 degree. Burns coal and wood,  $1200 obo. 886-9234.       #13w  Two Pender Hbr. Goll Club charter  memberships. 883-2749.       ss  Heli-ox 18 band mask 4 hoses  with communications gear, $3000;  T 30 Ingersoll Rand compressor  comes/w 5x200 cu. It. Cascade 3  HP. 3 PH, starter filter, etc. Hydro  |ust expired auto shutoff at 3100  psi, $3500.886-9484. tfns  Walt's Towing  & Automotive Services  ��� 24 Hour Towing  ��� Canadian Tire &  National Auto League  Associate Member  ��� your Local Roadside  Assistance Towing  Company  ��� Saving the Entire  Sunshine Coast  ��� Battery & Tire Sales  ��� Fuel Delivery  886-9500  240-6575 cell  1983  TRUCK RECYCLERS   I  SS6-38S0  ���    ������0-3SSO     I  New above ground swimming  pool, 18' dia, 'Cornelius" c/w used  equipment. Vou remove. $1275.  #14c  Temp, treated hydro pole, 30 amp,  box etc. $200.885-9575.    #14c  used, $250; 60 gal. elect. QSW  hoi waler lank, 3 yrs. old, $250;  100,000 BTU elect, furnace, 3 yrs.  old, $300; mid-size freezer, $200.  685-7934. #130  24' utility trailer w/serge brakes.  Good condition. 886-4859.  #13c  Daybed converts to large bed;  cover, sheets, pillows incl., $150.  886-4827. ��13c  STEREO  SAUSAINSTALUHONS  SOUND AOVKIM5-7781  Classic CCM 5 spd., men's bicycle Anlique (circa 1900) exquisite wai-  w/carrier. 886-9346 eves. $75.       tut Escritoire bookcase wilh fold-  f 14c   down desktop, 4'4"x7'10", sacrifice  $3200 obo. 886-4827.        #13c  Dry suit Abyss-Pro woman's large,  worn 3 times, BCD regulator tank,  $1000 obo. 885-8832 alt. Spm. ss  Horse manure, $25 p/u; un-  12 It. chrome 'A' vent chimney,  $100; large capacity wood heater,  screened top soil, $ 12 p/u. We  Cell, phone, hand portable INFA  j^ aB |ike new 885-7611    ss  load. Tandem loads available. 3000 (Novalel) c/w leather case, 2    '��� '���  885-5829.                    #14c    bait., auto bait, saver, charger 4   :���    booster ant. for auto. $150. 886-  Pine bunk beds, $300; as new 3570 ^  Brother sewing machine, $200;  elect, typewriter, $25; couch /  loveseat set, $400; skateboard,  $100; black leather biker jacket.  like new, $200; rowing machine,  $75; desk 4 chair, $25. 885-3871  Lana. #14c  ~~        TOP SOL  Gravels, Iill, sand. Reasonable  rates. 885-5070 Doug        #14c  Powell River General Hospital  Hospital equipment 4 furnishings  liquidation sale!  Sal., March 26, to am -4pm  Sun. March 27, to am-2 pm  Location: Old PR Hospital, 5871  Arbutus Ave., Powell River Info:  485-9642. #14c  Crib 4 mattress, $100; car seat,  $50; stroller, $20; Rocker-Bouncer, $40; Infant seat lor bike, $25:  or an lor $200. Also exercise ski  machine, $50; 10-spd. bike, $100.  885-9321. #14w  Handmade North African wool rug,  6 1/2x91/2'. peach/grey, $850.  886-9011.10-5 ��14w  Airco oil furnace, extra motor 4  humidifier, suit large or medium  house.$300ObO 885-5622*14w  Ful set RH men's Slasenger golf  clubs, bag 4 cart. $550 obo. 885-  6065. #14*  Nortron electric furnace (20KW)  w/approx. 47 8. cable and connection, 11/2 yrs. old, $650; Kenmore  sewing machine, in-cabinet, exc.  cond, $125.885-4663.     #14w  Roof truss company on 3 lots  $345,000. Martin Campbell 685-  8092 C-21. ��15c  New never used kitchen cabinets.  Solid oak doors. 888-7267. #14w  Pinball machine, Sinbad in good  cond., $450; Craftsman 18 HP  tractor w/42' lawn mower 4 6 HP  rototiller attach. 4 snow blade,  $1900; Radio controlled aircraft  parts 4 building supplies; blue  metal bunk bed, single lop, double  bottom, 1 new maltress, $425;  maple wood buffet, $375; walnut 9  dw. dresser and mirror, $400;' 4  drw. dresser and night stand,  wood, $150; amber oak Highlofl  bunk bed, dresser, desk combo,  $700; black stereo stand 4 2  speakers, $250; Fisher Price sand  box, $35; Set ol 44 kids books,  Nature's Children, $200 obo;  Brother EP5 portable typewriter,  $175; toys and other household  items. Leaving the country sale.  885-0342. #13w  1,3.5, pwr. bit. woods 4-P.WDG.  Lynx Tigress irons, $300. 883-  2502. #13w  Steel trame lor Ouonset building,  30x40x15 1/2 H. Trade lor alum,  boat and motor or $1000. 888-  8842. #13*  USED FLOATING DOCKS. 863-  2767. #13*  Folding louvered door, 78'x24";  built-in ironing board; light fixtures;  TV/VCR cabinet; sofa and matching chair, misc. Kerns 885-3335.  ��13w  Bang 4 Olufsen MOD 6000 radial  track turntable - steieo or discreel  4 Chan. Uke new. $100.886-3870.  ���13c  24' apt. size stove, $75; 180 CM  Rossignol skis and bindings, $95;  2 antique brass lamps; men's LH  goll clubs; men's Bower skates,  size 91/2.886-8206. It 3c  HORSE MANURE  $20 pick/up or 2 loads tor $30, you  load. Roberts Creek. 885-9969.  ttn  SATELLITE SALES  AND SERVICE  Progrimmlng subscriptions.  Green Onion Earth Station  tin  GOOD HAY  KIWBale Delivered  Straw KOO/Me  Garden Mulch Hey $3.50  Whole oats 10c/lb  Cill Between 12-1pm  685-9357  '72 Mercedes 220D, runs well,  $1750.685-2729. #13w  73 Super Beetle, $2500 obo.  883-9234. ss  '73 Lincoln town cat, 460, full  electric, best offer. 885-2698.  ss  '73 VW Beetle, exc. shape, needs  work or sell lor parts, $850. 886-  9645lv. mess. #15w  '73 Super Beetle, gas heater, new  seats, battery, $1800.885-4019.ss  '75 Super Beetle convertible, must  see, $5500.886-3670.      #14w  '76 Chev, 350 aulo, clean car. 821  Mountain���*, Gibsons.     #14c  '76 Delta 88 Olds, body in great  shape, PS/PW1-979-8006 toll free  pager 24 his. #15w  76 Chev Impale, new battery, runs  good, low mileage, $400. 866-  3003. 1113c  77 Grand LeMans, needs work,  $300 obo. Adam 866-3421. #14c  79 Buick station wagon, runs well,  $450 obo. 886-9420. #13c  '79 Lincoln Town Car, PS/PW/PB,  air-tilt cruise, mags, 83,000 mi.,  aircared, sun roof, new paint, solid  in 4 oul, musl see, serious  inquiries only, $5000.883-9976.  #14W  79 280 ZXWIy loaded, 5 sp., project car $600 firm. B86-7697.#13w  79 Muslang w. 85 302 4 sp. trans.,  as is, where is, $1000.885-7233.  114*  1911  '81 Acadian, 4 dr., aulo, 4 cyl.,  good runner, $500.1977 Grand  Prix, 350 auto, T-roof, p/s, p/b,  needs restoration, good runner,  $350.885-7524 eves.       #14c  '83 Dodge Aries wagon, $1495.  886-7825. #15c  '83 4 w/d Toyola Tercel s/wagon,  new clutch, brakes 4 muffler, sunroof, am/fm cassette. Good cond.  $2700 obo. MUST SELL. 885-  9041. #13c  1984  '84 Cutlass Brougham, pwr. windows, brakes, steering Body in  exc. shape. Needs molor wotk.  $1200 firm. 866-2298.        #13c  '84 Daylona 2.2 litre Turbo fully  loaded. Needs painl. $2500. By-  Pass Ttuck and Equipment Co.  886-3680. #13c  '84 Dodge Caravan, 5 pass, exc.  shape, $3600.685-4217.       ss  1985  '85 Volvo wagon, exc. cond, rool  rack, o/d, $7900 obo. 885-3996  #14c  Tracer 4 door notchback. Under  55,000 km. Beauliful condilion,  one owner  phone 885-3281      MDU5936  '90 Firefly, 2 dr. hatchback, sunroof, 5 spd, 1 owner, $4150 obo.  886-0907 Cathy. #14c  1991  '91 Mercury Cougar, auto, air,  power, white, exc. cond, 35,000  kms, $15,000 obo. 866-3623.  ss  'A***'  91 Explorer 4 dr auto air 4x4 one  owner low mieage. 865-3281  MDL 5936  '85 VW Vanagon 7 pass. 4 sp.   '91 Sunbird SE, V6, 5 sp, 2 dr.,  power steering AM/FM cass, new  air, lit 4 cass. $9700.886-2688.  trans. 4 tires. 70,000 miles. Stored ss  In winter, exc. cond, $8500 obo.  886-8543. #14w  '85 Chev Citation, V6 std, 34,000  kms, clean, 1 owner, $1900.885-  9553. #13w  '85 Nissan Sentra sedan, 2 dr.,  exc. cond, 117,000 kms, $2600.  885-5466. #13w  1986  '88 Grand Am  Good cond, clean, besl offer over  $3200.886-0209. #14c  '86 Pontiac 6000,4 cyl, fuel injected, 4 dr, air, low miles, good  cond, $2200.885-4604.    #13*  '66 Olds Ciera Brougham, loaded  plus disc player, $5795.886-7150.  ss  '86 Cutlass Supreme 64,000 kms,  good cond, $5900 obo. 883-2687  or 865-2649. ss  1987  '87 4 dr. Mazda 626 Turbo,  loaded, very good cond, $6900.  885-6440. #13c  ABEX AUTO  RECYCLERS ANO  TOWING  886-2020  UmtH NEWUWUOEHDir  24 Hr. Emergoncy Towing  'Fully Insured and Reliable'  Guaranteed Good Used  Parts for moot makes and  models  MECHANIC ON  DUTY  '4 Wheel Drive, 2 Wheel  Drive and Some Do Drive'  Dead Car Removal  Service  We buy some  and tow some  ACCESS TO  SATELLITE PARTS  FINDER  1992  '92 Chev Astro van, low kms, fully  loaded, incl. 6 dis. CD player,  $20,000 obo. 685-7934.     #14c  1993  77 GMC one ton Hal deck, exc.  cond, 350 auto, $2500. 885-  2540. #14*  77 Ford 150 4x4. 60 box, new  tites. luff box. Good cond. $2600  obo. 866-4650 ss  76 GMC 1/2 ton, 350 Olds engine  needs work, $500 obo. 886-8083  Michael. #15w  79 Ford XLT Bronco, $10,000  invest, with bills, on propane, sale  $6500 or trade for 4x4 pickup,  Kaly 885-8171 eves, 885-7595  days. #15c  79 Ford van. long, w/base, 351  aulo, p/s, p/b, part camperized,  $850.665-7524 eves.        #14c  79 GMC window van, good  shape, $1500 obo. 886-4856 .��i 3c  79 Ford Bronco XLT, 4 wh. drive,  aulo, looks and runs excellent.  $4995 obo. 686-7099. ss  1980  '80 GMC 1/2 Ion beater, $985 obo  885-6357 alt 6 or weekends #13*  1981  '81 Fotd F250, dual lanks, canopy.  trailer hitch, $3000 obo. 886-2598.  #15c  '81 Chevy 3/4 ton auto, $1400  lirm. Used canopy $200. 885-  4202. #14c  1912  '82 Dodge 6 cylinder auto, cuslom  cab, sun roof, 78,000 kms, new  biakes. ignition, tires, $3295 obo.  883-2370. #14w  1963  '83 Ford Ranger 4x4, canopy,  118,000 km, $3000. 886-0690  after 6 pm. #15c   1984   '84 Mazda B2000, am/fm, ins. l/g  canopy, new tires, brakes, exc.  cond. $2000.886-3468.     #l4c  '84 Dodge Caravan, auto. $4,500.  886-8204. SS  1915  '85 4x4 Toyota Land Cruiser,  diesel, 5 spd. am/fm cass, running  boards, exc. cond. $13,500. 886-  7348. #15c  198? Ford Club Wagon Van, 15  pass V8, Auto, trailer puller,  good work or play vehicle, one  owner. FUlly serviced and  warranty avai law.  phone KS-3881      MDU5936  &&.:>��i  90 Ranger 4cyl 5spd. canopy.  Under HOO kms.  phone 885-3881      MDL 15936  1991  '91 Ford Ranger, 4x4 XLT, excellent shape, $13,900.886-0019.  114c  Five 31x105 Bridgestone mud-  ders mounted on American slotted  tacing mags. 7000 kms. on 4,0 on  spare To III Ford 1/2 ton 4x4,  $1500000.885-4507.        ��13w  1991 fl 50 4x4, Ps.Rx, long b��,  low miles Priced to sell, one  only at this tm13,994"  phone 88S-3S81   MXK936  CLEAROUT! Used lires, wheels,  Chevette; Honda Accord parts.  885-7167 ss  Hn  Antique wood burning cook stove,  $600,885-3508. SS  Sears 9' garage doors 4 openers  (new 1000 ea.) $650 ea. 865-  0244. SS  Split and delivered, $l20/cord.  686-7774. #13w  Fireplace Insert, $100; bunk/twin  bedlrame, $25. W/ends. 865-  7071, Van. 879-7008.       ��13w  Pocket books; quart sealers; sxs  fridge/lreezer. 886-3504.    #13w  Firewood for sale, SlOO/cord. 886-  0591 ask for Mike. ��13w  Colour pencil portraits from your  favourite photo. Pets, family,  Mends. 9'x12\ $35. Send cheque  or M/O along with photo to P.O.  Box 291. Gibsons. BC VON 1V0.  WALK IN'  DRIVE OUT'  WE FINANCE'  MANY  VEHICLES  TO CHOOSE  PAYMENTS  FROM S100  MIKE PLIMLEY  CENTURION  5445 WHARF ST  SECHELT  385 4004  MDL8317  '87 Tempo 4 dr., P/W, P/D/L, air  cond., AM/FM stereo, exc. cond.,  S265�� 885-4054.   . ...      >��-.{670.  '88 Cavalier Z24, V-6, Pwr. sunroof w/air. Exc. cond. $6,800 obo.  886-7854 alt. 5:30pm. ss  ECONO AUTO PAINT]  An Inexpensive  Alternative   Enamel t _  Finishes from $400  2 high back bucket seats on swivel  bases, $125; pedestal table lor  van, $65; snack tray, $20.885-  #14c  '63 Mercury 1/2 ton, exc. cond,  $2000 firm. 686-8341.       #14c  BODYWORK EXTRA  For details call  Jack at  Western Rim  883-9526  '70S  72 GMC Jimmy black, little rust,  $2400 Obo. 885-3537.       #15w  72 Ford 3/4 ton P/U. 360 std,  canopy, runs great, $800. 883-  2990. I13w  74 Dodge ext. window vin, 1 ton,  runs wel, $750 obo.885-7233  I14w  74 Ford Econoline, mm ok, good  parts van, $250 obo. 6d6-7200.  #14*  '88 Hyundai brand new clutch, ts Hedge pfoptnt 4X4, enure*  80,000 kms, exc. cond., $3200 compi,^ (aMt, $6500. 885-  obo. 885-9321. #14w 751a. ss  '88 Ft 50 van, 46,000 kms, top 75 F150 truck with new flat deck,  cond, new brakes, alarm system, asking $1600,888-7097.      ss  '86 F150 4x4, 4 sp. winch, new  lires, good cond, $6800 obo. 883-  9892. ��13w  86 GMC 4X4 pickup, 350 auto,  A/C, $5500 Obo. 885-4562. #15w  ��� .-im*���i*-"l~-ii '   '86 2 dr. fait Escort, 38,000  miles, new tires, shocks, brakes,  tune-up, muffler, $2800 obo. 863-  2370. #14w  19H  '88 Pathfinder S.E. 4x4, 5 spd.  with power package. Low kms.  $12,500.1972 GMC pickup, good  work truck or parts, $500, 685-  7679 or 885-7112. #13c  '88 Nissan P/U king cab, auto,  with canopy, AM/FM cass. exc.  cond, 120,000 kms, $6500 885-  0556. *13w  ���89 Tracker. 130,000 km, new top,  good cond. 883-2699 after 5 pm.  ���tSc  '89 Z-71 stepside 4x4, luly loaded,  must sen. 886-7484. ss  89 Chev low rider, $12,000; 79  Chev 4x4, rebuilt, $9000. 883-  2083 Of 883-2366. I14w  8x45 trailer, sleeps 6, clean and  good cond. 885-2100. ss  1974-13(1. Boler travel trailer, 3-  way Iridge, stove, furnace, sleeps  4, exc. cond, $2500.885-4835.  #15*  1990 dlx. 24' motorhome A-1 condition. 886-9025. ss  MO GST ~  1990 24 tt. Triple E motorhome.  Rear bed. A-1 condition, 31,000  km. Many extras. Cosl $57,000.  Will sell for $38.000.886-8226.  #14c  iSi  21' Security Class C motorhome,  50,000 kms. fully self-contained,  sleeps 6, roof, air, awning, cruise,  till wheel, exc. cond, $14,500.  886-2606. #14w  1990 Ford F250 XLT Lauriat 4x4  extended cab, low miles, with or  without 1990 34' 5th wheel Mr  Snowblrd by Citation. Could sell  separate truck, $19,000, trailer,  $26,000 or both $43,000. Cill  afler 5pm 886-7008. #13w  30II. travel trailer, remodeled, git  stove, furnace, shower, $8500.  685-4217. SS  9 1/2' camper, 3-way Iridge,  stove/oven, lurnace with lacks.  $975 Obo. 8864206 all. 6pm.  #13*  Custom trailer hitch, like new, lor  1990 4 later Chev Lumina car,  $50,886-3670. I14w  IV 1976 Vanguard camper. 686-  2962. I14w  77 Pace Arrow 26'A type, Dodge  chassis, 440 Chry. luly loaded,  low mileage, $13,500.885-3455.  #14w  89* 75 Vanguard camper, sleeps  5. $3000 obo. 886-7738.     #15c  22 ft. older travel trailer, fridge,  stove, Ittw, shower, sink, toilet,  6 cyl. auto., aux. tank, exc. for  tradesman, $8300.885-2675.  #14*  '88 Nissan Sentra 5 sp, red,  AM/FM cass. deck, new Iront tires,  exc. cond, $5500.8864837. ss  76 Ford F250 3/4 ton 4x4. 896-  2952. ��14w  '77 Chev p/u, body rust, mechanically good, 63,000 ml. $500.865-  0666. 113c  ���89 Mazda cabplus 5 sp, newish heal, propane or electric. Excelent  cond, 101,000 kms, $6500 lirm. condition. $3,300 obo. Katy 885-  883-2329. ��l3w    8171 eves, 885-7595 days, flic  '89 Bronco II XL silver, V6 5 sp,  can, dean 4 comlortable, $9800.  885-2133 ss  Lighiwt. H/T tent trailer, furnace,  stove, sleeps 6. $2550 obo. 885-  5369. #15w  Cedar 1x6 through tx12 quarter  12* maple shuffleboard with metal  sawn f\,t hemlock, alder, maple  Pl�� ���*" 8-8 wks. for delivery.  rocks.  Oueensize bed with  also avail 885-3506.        #15w    Satisfaction guaranteed or money  reg/watetbed mattress, c/w headboard with glass doors, S250 686-  0385. ��l4w  LOMTOUIMBIR  MtTMUMNDMW  ,MUsnvnwu,,  coMTOYOtmnomnr  ,   TOCUTYOMHIOW.  ���r$-������-oaro  Simmons Beaulyresl adjustable  elec. bed as new with bed linen,  $955 ObO. 8832887. IS  refunded.  tfni  4 ipd. Peugol folding bike, $95;  concrete mixer ai new, $200;  portable 8 ton trolley type  hydraulic woodsplillei. $85;  portable 1800 wilt 4 HP Craftsman animator, two 120 volt. 15  amps outlets, $100.865-1902  ���14w  DECEMBER  FOREST PRODUCTS  Mixed firewood split end delivered,  full cords, $100 8860349 #14*  WIN  a Wonder Hut!  Attractive 8'x 10'  Wooden Cabin perfect  fur storage, play,  guests... whatever.  Donated and  constructed on site by  Ihe Working in Trades  Program. For info &  tickets contact your  local recycling depot.  Garden Mix ��� Sand  Bard Mulch - Gravels  Have Dump-will travel  up lo 4 yd. loads  call Dave 886-7348  Used kitchen cupboards, sinks.  countlrtops, best offer. 885-7037  114*  Rototiller. $100 obo. 886-3428  #13*  5 rolls ol FAX papei 8 1/2'x328',  1' core, $5.95 per roll. 686-2622.  tfns  New fisherman's hip waders, size  12 535 8860900 #15*  Large Kenmoie microwave. 3 sp.  oscilaling lin. exc. cond. 886-  4767. #13w  FIREWOOD FOR SALE  Dry IH. $65 lor pick-up load; green  alder/fir. $65 for pick-up lold.  Dave 885-9306 Ifns  SindbHsl/spriypiint 886-9577 at  shop. ��15w  72 Chev dumptruck, 4 yd. steel  box. mechanically good. Trade lor  alum, boal md motor or $1200.  886-8842 #13*  Miller Big 40 welder on trailer.  $3500; Rockwell 1/2* drill press.  $150,885-0342 #13*  955H CD Crawler, bucket kudu,  needs some work, $2000 obo.  686-2546 ss  1974 Hysler H80C forklifl, 6 cyl,  gas. 9000 Ib. lift. 10' boom, dull  pneumatic tires, power side shift,  $12,500 obo. Gerry, 865-5333  #15*   701   70 Chev Belilr, 4 dr, 350 auto,  reliable, $650 obo. 886-0117. ss  '81 Toyota Corolla SR5,13 yrs, ���  very sprffy car $1000 or trade for  good computer ind printer. 886-  2598 #13w  '81 GMC Jimmy, 4x4, roof rick,  sunvisor, spire tire, bush bar. running boirds, stereo, CB, $6200  obo Cell 240-9273 #14c  '81 Hondl Accord, runs good.  $650000.886-0290 ��14w  '61 Chev 350 molor new psrts  here, running, $400 886-7697  #13*  81 Ponliac Acadian 4 cyl, 4 spd,  clean car, runs greal, $1000. Bypass Truck and Equipment. 886-  3880. #13c  '81 VW Jetta 4 dr, 5 sp, sunroof.  $3500obo.866-7969. ss  '81 Hondl Civic, runs well, standard, $500 obo. 685-3645 messages. #13*  1982  '82 Capri Ghia. rebuill 4 cyl, auto,  lots new, $2300 obo. 886-2289.  1150  '82 Ford Muslang, 117,000 k's, 6  cyl. aulo. Very good condition.  $2500. Cill 686-0366. SS  '82 Mazda RX7, good cond, new  clutch, brakes, $3100.986-8032.  ss  '62 Ford Escort wagon. 4 sp, running cond, $700 885-7788 #14w  IWFMTuuOLOmoimr  VwygtxxlaxxaiixiPi.PtiAUo.V8,  ciMft ph SaH price I7M6 phone  MS-MI  MtXIStK  89 Dodge Omni. I owner. 30.000  km, $4400.885-9786.        #15c  89 Tracker 4X4 convertible.  65.000 kms, asking $6900. Call  eves. 866-7556. ss  1989 Jeep Grand Wagoneer  loaded 4x4 station *o9on, train  puller. One cwner tow miles.  Vey, wry, clean. Sale pneed.  phone 885-3581   MDII59.it  89 Ford Mustang GT, $9700.866-  0690 after 6 pm. #15c  89 Ford Tempo, 5 spd, lady-driven, never smoked in, $6000.885-  8171 eves, 685-7595 days Katy  #15c  1990  vtrhrnn you  pay for St fn����rffoiM  SO  All classified* must be  prrpaid beforeinsertion  FOR ONE INSERTION  in either die Monday or Weekender  Edition. Up lo 10 words; 25 tents  for each additional word.  Free: Losl, Found t Free  Sun Sell Claatlflod*  $17 up to 10 words  $ I each additional word  Your ad, selling one item, will run 4 consecutive sveelts  then will be cancelled unless you instruct us to renew il  by classified deadline ��� n���i ma,iabi. h, <-,���������-,oi ��jm��i  Coast News  CLASSIFIED DEADLINES:  Monday MIHon W��*k��nrf��r  3 P.M. THURSDAY NOON TUMDAY  Gibtont 886-2622 Secheh 885-3930 18  Coast News, March 28, 1994  10x32' barge, libreglass over  wood, boom and electric winch.  885-2100. ss  6 man Seyvalor inllalable boal,  c/w electric molor, $295 obo 885-  5369 #15w  SECHELT MIMIC  SURVEYS no.  CiDliln nil Murray  MCMMC    M.N AM S  M.ABYC    "Marine  Surveyors and Consults  1950 - 42' Monk Classic Cruiser,  rbll 6-71 diesel, 4 yr restoration,  too much to list Exc live-aboard  $59,500 obo or small auto Irade  8860790 slip Bio Gibsons Manna. #15*  B9 Evinrude 20 In. base elec  start. $1200 obo Must sell 886  3489 orl -975-2054 pg      #13w  Fisherman's dream $18,000 24 It  double ender 8 II breadth. 14  H Powei Saab diesel. electro-plated stainless lutings, many extras  883-2210 *15w  14 It. runabout, motor and trailer,  good cond.. $1500 obo 883-9767  01863-1194. #15c  Frontiersman libreglass canoe c/w  sail, leeboards. rudder, paddles,  $375, 143 Aquaglass runaboul  c/w 50 HP Johnson elect motor,  canvas top, tanks, O/B bracket,  paddles, frailer, extras Qood  shape, ready lor lishing or skiing,  $3250.885-1902 #14w  PR. Marine Surveyors  A.M.S.B.C.  Insurance - Prepurchase  1800-665-0307  #17c  65 horse Mercury leg plus parts  886-4963. #13*  22 Bell Buoy rebuill 302 and Merc  leg. convertible hardtop and can-  vas. VHF. fishlinder. trailer,  $12,000 Will consider part trade  865-4019 ss  26' Northstar 6' headroom, total re-  In and ready to sail $13,500 885  3506 #13*  Wanted I2M4' welded aluminum  boat Wilh or without trailer 929-  7646- #13c  24' work / pleasure boal, l/g c  wood, exc. cond.. zeto hours on  rebuill 318, new ex-manifolds, new  ss shall, wiring, painl. Full price  includes dinghy, oars. 9 ftp motor  $7900 863-2990 SI  1991 16 tt. Bowrider Campion,  trailer, low hours. $8500 obo. 885  4719. #13c  14' Double Eagle 40 hp Evinrude.  elect, start with EZ load trailer.  $3500.885-4019 #13c  INSURANCE SALVAGE  1977 Sangster IB It 120 hp Mercruiser i/o Rebuilt leg Needs  engine rebuild Contact Peninsula  Adjusters Ltd.. 885-9329 lor  details #13c  199016.5(1 K+C Thermoglas.  75H.P. Merc. O.B. full slope  back canvas, walk Ihrough  windshield, built-in 16 gal  tank, and storage locker was  $7,000 NOW $5795.  21ft. glass ply 165 Merc  Cruiser, rebuill block, less  than 3 hrs. New aluminum  fuel tank, H.T.W/M.  clearance, slove, swim grid,  v-betth. $8,500.  Get that boat ready,  Now! Everything  you need Is at  TheSAIXY  DOG  Murine Supply Store  886-3077  467 Marine Dr., Gibsons  Happy Sailing!  2.7. Mobile Homes    ��� 31. For Rent  Rockland Wynd adult park 1990  Dartmouth 14x70 deluxe model  wilh vaulted ceiling, skylights, 2  bdrms, 2 balhs, ocean view, sun  porch, carport, ulil. shed, low main-  tenance yard and garden area. To  view, 865-5861. ss  28. Motorcycles  Frontiersman libreglass canoe c/w  sail, leeboards. rudder, paddles,  $375.14'3 aquaglass runabout c/w  50 HP Johnson elecl motor, canvas top. tanks, O/B bracket paddles, trailer, extras good shape,  rea lor lishing or skiing, $3250.  8851902 #!4w  650 Vamaha Irame and parts, 883-  9767 #)5c  '91 Honda CR250 Many extras.  $3.000.866-4748. ss  1984 Honda 250, low miles, great  shape, belt dnve. lightweight, new  battery. $975 885-2593.    #14w  Shared accommodation. Bedioom  avail in house. Main living area lo  be shared. Nice view. Avail. April  15 $250/mo. 886-7774.      #13c  Roommate wanted to share 2  bdrm house $275/mo. incl. ulil.  Alter 5 pm 866-8309 #13c  Wanled, N/S, clean, quiel roommate to share large 2 bdrm. trailer.  $250/mo 886-0643 att. 6pm #14W  For Rent  Gibsons Langdale  13' F/G boat with 25 HP Mercury.   1963 Yamaha PW50K in good  trailer.$1100 686-4854     #13*     cond, $650.B85-0342.      #13w  Heavy duly 50' float ramps built lo  SUll 883-2610 or B83-9290      ss  17 ft fiberglass 90 fip Meic Needs  some work $1650 885-4217   ss  18 It Fibreglass. Volvo I/O, boat  Tandem axle trailer, $3600 883-  2297 ss  25 It Reinell deplh sounder, good  mech condition $9000 obo 886  4870 ss  24ft. fibre glass "M.V Cod  Peace' VS. 698 Merc.  Cruiser. Power steering, V-  berth, trim labs, bait lank.  depth linder. $6,995.  Buccaneer Marina  885-7888  19 ft, Campion hardtop, 115 hp  o/b. head, sounder, bail lank, CB.  2 tops, ri trailer Exc Cond  $7400.885-2157 #13c  14' runabout w/lrailer; also several  outboard motors Will consider all  olfers 883-9526 or 883-9744  #13*  COAST BOAT PAINTING  Awlgrip t International Osmosis t  Fibreglass repairs Kayaks to  yachts 886-9577 al shop.   #13*  15' Klinker built Needs good  home Oilers? 886-2932 eves  Heavy duly 50' float ramps built to  suit 883 2610 or 883 9290      ss  Bayliner 24 C/B. rebuilt engine. 4  hrs. new upholstery, UHF CB, 2  deplh sounders, $12,900 886-  7255 ss  40' lish boal, loamed and glass  hold With or without 4 cyl, rebuilt  diesel. $4400 Quick sale Extra 4  cyl marine diesel approx 75 hp,  new start in| pump mbrgs, $1700  Quick sale Extra rebuill marine  gear, small capital 3-1 Palmer 2 5-  I, Twin brass portholes, $25 ea  Wheel 23' R-17P, wheel 16.5'L R  ir to Adapt this new 15' stain-  less exh. system for marine diesel,  has stainless 5' muffler, $240.7 hp  Seagull motor. 2 anlique BP pistols. 1 ��� 303 Le Enfeld propane  house lurnace, 33,000 btu, $350  obo. Rebuilt starter 671 - 12v 10'  l/g skill, $150 Deplh sounder, new  $60.12v amp. guitar or hall? 886-  0163 (13c  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  99-20-30-40-50-70 HP 1992-1993  Evinrudes. Excellent condition  Lowe's Resort. 883-2456       tfn  1986 21 ft Campion Discovety.  cuddy cabin, 6 cyl Mercruiser, 170  hrs on boat, fully equipped lor lishing Over $30,000 new, asking  $14,500.885-2503.  85 Kawasaki GPZ 900 Ninja.  Black, like new, 20,000 km.  $3,500 886-4616 alt. 7 pm.     ss  1978 Honda 400, good cond.,  spate bike lor parts $600 takes all  866-7722 leave message,    tfns  '91 Suzuki RM250. exc. cond.,  $2350 ObO. 8863769 ss  29 Wanled  to rent  Trailer pad in Roberts Creek suit  able fot 28' travel trailer Annie  686-2622 days tfns  Responsible young mile adult  seeks 1 bdrm apt, reasonable  renl, Sechell / Seima Park / Davis  Bay 885 8823, I 9 pm        #15c  Two families wish to rent cabin(s)  last week July ot 1st week August.  Preler Sunshine Coasl aiea on Ihe  beach. Responsible professionals,  relerences Please call 224-6805  Vancouver. #l4c  Prof, artist w/pets seeks secluded  cabin w/woodstove. Clean quiet  N/S. N/D. range-S400.886-3125.  #14*  Trailer pad or property needed.  Reasonable rent, willing to do  upgrading on property, long term.  886-0323 #t4w  Architect looking tor small cottage,  Gibsons area. ASAP. 686-3194.  1140  Couple w/2 preschool children  req's. long term rental - large 2 ot  3 bdrm. home w/lenced yard. N/P.  N/S. rets. May 1. W. Sechelt Him  Bay area. $600 max. 885-6213.  #15*  Room 4 board wtd. lor Apr. 9. fern.  univ. student. Sechelt area. 1-598-  6918. ��14w  I bdrm apt., avail, immediately,  $500/mo 885-6009. #15c  Good landlord looking for good  tenants. 3 bdrm, 2 baths, 5 appls..  deck, attached garage, spacious,  ocean view, quiet, close lo school  and beach. $800/mo. 686-0548.  #15w  Furnished mudern bachelor apt. lor  May 1. Sundek, quiel location in  upper Qibsons. $390/mo. incl. utils.  886-0126 #13*  Bright new 1 bdtm suite, self-contained, lull kitchen, lull bath,  shared laundry. Lovely quiet aiea  close lo marina, bus route.  Responsible single or couple wanted Rels required, avail. April 1.  S500/mo ,1/3 ulils 866-4620  #15W  1 bdrm house, Qranthams, bright  and clean, avail April 15.  $525/mo. 685-2925. #15c  2 bdrm house, lower Gibsons,  avail, immed., view, $700/mo. 261-  4924. #15C  Hopkins area, 2 bdrm. upper level  ol house, 1764 N. Road, 2 min.  Irom feny, 5 appl., deck w / panoramic view, double garage, avail,  immed., $850/mo. 886-7394 #!4w  Laige 3 bdrm. lower floor, 4 appl.,  1/2 hydro, $600/mo. 980-2739.  #14*  Hopkins Landing, recently renovated t bdrm, ground Iloor suite,  avail. April 1, view, walk lo lerry,  garden, parking. Refs. $495/mo.  277-4725. #14c  Recreation vehicle sites, all services, quiet treed area, neai North  Road. $150/mo. t ulil. April 1,  leave message 886-7626.   #14c  5 bdrm Gibsons, all appl., 21/2  balh Avail, immed. Leese. No  pels. $1100/mo. 886-9792. #14c  For Rent  Gibsons Langdale  I bdtm. lurnished apt. utils. incl..  N/S, suited lot 1 wotking petson,  N/P, rets., $400/mo. plus S/D. 886-  9233. #14w  For Rent  Roberts Creek  Room lot rent in Roberts Cteek,  $250/mo incl. utils. Refs. please.  885-0950. tfns  2 bdrm. Apr. 15, N/S only,  $650/mo. 886-9679. ��14w  Ideal lor lamily, new 3 bdrm., 5  appls.. eisy access to lishing, goll  8 ferry. N/S, N/P, asking  $1100/mo. 438-4406. #14w  Executive 3 bdtm. waterlront  home, $1500/mo. 885-3183,#15w  18' wood Calkins Craft, takes long  shall o/b. wind shield, canvas,  cable steering. Exc cond. $1200.  885-4493. ��13c  28' Unitiy libreglass, brand new  motor and other extras, full of electronics. Reasonable price. George  886-8139 ss  1989 - 90 HP Evinrude w/VRO  power mm. all controls and gauges  . in excellent working order, $3000  886-2738 ss  NEW HOME  Gibsons Park  Financing Available  886-2597 - 597-3322  Responsible long term tenants  with exc. rets, require 2-3 bdrm.  house, privale, fireplace - by Apdt  1 or May 1, anywhere between  ties (N/S). 888-4269.  Gibsons and Pender Harb'our. Can  1-386-1850. #14w  Stisoni Bluff Witirfront  Lower 1 bdrm suile, all appliances,   885-1924.  full .deck, fantastic Howe Sound  view with beach. $600/mo ��� utHK> ..t*,r., JUNTAS  #14c  tfn  Solid 2 bdrm 10'x50' remodelled  exc starter or rental home.  $15,500 Musl be moved. 885-  7511. #14c  New 2 bdrm dlx mobile home sel  up in local Gibsons park. For inlo  call 886-2597.597-3322.      <ttn  Mature couple, N/S, no pets, 2 or 3  bdrm house or cabin.WATER-  FRONT last 2 weeks August. 865-  3320. #13w  Responsible working couple  looking for a 2 ��� 3 bdrm house for  long tetm rental. Rets, avail. 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FAX (604)938-  9611  Furnished collage, single person,  N/P, $395 including utilities. Call  after 5 pm, 886-3922.        #14c  1 bdrm. house, $625/mo. 886-  3489. #13w  Brand new bachelor suite above  ferry wharf. Stove, Iridge, laundiy  facilities, beautiful view, N/S. N/P,  aval, immed.. $400/mo. pka utils.  886-7887. ��14w  1 bdrm. suite, partly fum., laundry  mil., Apr. 15, $520/mo. 888-2976.  I14w  LANGDALE, 3 bdrm 1800 sq. II.  spectacular view, w/d, bathroom  and ensuite with Woodbmy (/place,  deck, walk to lerry ind beicti.  S925 utils. incl. 886-0990.   113c  2 bdrm rancher w/garage, view, 5  appl., Vp. Avail. April 1.$650.mo.*  util. 886-2944. 113c  1 bdrm nite, upper Gibsons, due  lo mil. $500 incl. util. 886-3107.  113c  2 bdrm. suite, Lower Gibions,  $525 885-8895. I13w  Small 2 bdrm. mobile, no pets,  $400/mo. Its 1416 North Rd.,  wail, immed. 886-9581.    #13w  1 bdtm. waterfront, large deck, utilities ind., must be quiel $700/mo  888-8963. ��13w  Sleeping room, lower Qibsons,  wm immed. utils incl ,$300.686-  8963 #13w  2 bdrm view apt opposite Qibsons  Matins New building Quiet ind  secure Futy carpeted. Mini blinds  on it windows Laundiy $760/mo  886-3420 #15c  Waterlront house, miin Iloor.  newly renovated 1 bdrm $500/mo  �� ulils Michael 886-3062 or 273-  7068 #13w  Funky day use studio spice, seasonal. $120 886-3739 Hn  Avail. April 1. 1 bdrm. shaied  accommodation in house, close lo  lerry. laundiy facilities. $325. 886-  3513 an. 10:30 pm 1 Sundays  ��13w  1 bdrm view spt. Privale palio. new  kitchen and bilhroom. Quiet >  secuie. Near Gibsons Marina  S590/mo 888-3420. ��15c  Are you a self supporting, active  individual with a soil spol tor pups?  Qibsons w/front shared house,  $450(incl utils) 886-3739    Ifn  3 new. permanent/long term RV  sites now ready al Bool Hill RV  Park, $25Wmo. 1117 Keilh Road. 1  1/2 miles up Cemelary Road, Gibsons 886-9764 or 220-1526.  tins  MANAGEMENT  <pM  es  REALTY LTD.  John Austin  886-8107  31  For Rent  1 & 2 bdrm cottages avail, immed. Homemakers Delight - earn extra  N/S, N/P. Ftee use ol dock and $$ working from yout home, unlim-  small fishing boal. Cable included, iled income. 24-hour Iree inlo. I-  Rels. req. Ftom $400/mo. 883- 800-557-7785, then call Wendy  9569. flns 886-3067. #15w  For Rent  Sechelt & district  House male wanled lo share 3  bdrm house, Sechell. Clean, quiel,  view, w/d, n/s, $350/mo. includes  utilities 685-4778 #14c  Million $ view ��� Modem W/F small,  cozy house, ideal lor single prol.  person or couple. 2* bdrm., loft.  F/S, plumbed for W/D, $850/mo.  872-3516 eves snd weekends.  #15w  3 bdrm. 1500 sq. tl. upper level ol  house, huge living room, l/p, 2  baths, 5 appl.. large yard with shed  and carport Near school, amenities and bus, $850 plus utils.  2 bdtm. 1000 sq. ft. bright above  ground suite, sepante entrance,  near school, amenities and bus.  $600 plus utils.  t bdrm. bright above ground suite,  sepaiate entrance, near amenities  lend bus, $450 plus utils. 737-  7829. #15w  Laige waterfront home w/private  dock, 3 bdrm., 3 balh, sauna, 5  appl, $1500/mo 865-2863 #15w  SECHELT  Brand new 1 bdrm. suite private,  new appl., plus W/D, prolessional  N/S, $480/mo. 885-7161 alt. 5pm  #15w  3 bdrm house, 2 bath, N/S, N/P.  $700/mo ��� util. 865-3835,   #15c  2 bdrm. ground floor suite in 1 yr.  old house. 5 appl., water view,  neat mirina FOR APRIL 1ST  $600/mo. plus utils. 872-5531.  #15w  1 yr. old 1 bdtm. inlet view bsmt.  suite to single, quiet person. Laundiy tadl. wail. N/P, rets. req. wail.  Apr. 20, $500/mo. plus part utils  I14w  2 bdrm. condo in The Manse,  upper Gibsons, $750/mo. avail.  Apt. 1.  2-3 bdtm. upper & lower duplexes  In Roberts Creek, $750/mo. avail,  immed.  NRS Sechell Realty Property Management Depl. 885-9093.      tfn  GIBSONS: HOUSES  Three bedroom, 2 1/2 bath view  home, all appliances, great view,  $1,250 per monlh plus utilities,  N/S, N/P.  TOWNHOUSES/CONDO  Two  bedroom  town  house,  Includes all appliances, $800 per  monlh.  APARTMENTS  One bedroom, side by side duplex,  $400 per monlh plus utilities.  Thtee bedroom aparlment, renl  includes heat and hot water, $675.  SECHELT: APARTMENTS  One bedioom apartment. $475.  plus utilities.  COMMERCIAL  CENTRAL QIBSONS  Retail/office space for renl, 1275  square leel, cenlral sir conditioning, good parking, - $10 triple net.  GRANT REALTY LTD.  888-3330  3 bdtm. lurnished house, lease,  Tuwanek, $700.  2 bdrm. watertront, Gibsons, $850.  2 bdrm. acreage. Redroolls, $700.  3 bdrm. house Sechelt, $700.  Sussex Realty Property  Mmigemint ��� Dive Austin  885-3295  32. Commercial  For Rent  Davis Bay, near beach, large modern house, 3 bdrm., 2 balhs,  lenced yird, $800/mo ; also, 3  bdrm. mobile home, quiet 8 private. $650/mo. 885-4862.   #14w  View Irom this large near new 1  bdrm. suite. $550/mo 885-8396.  #14w  1 bdrm mobile home, Seima Paik.  Living room extension, sundeck,  storage shed, $435/mo Lesse if  wish. 885-0698. #14c  2 bdrm mobile home, w/dryer,  Cedars Trailer Court, Wilson  Creek, 885-3313. #13c  1 bdrm mobile home in Seima  Vista Paik. Living room extension,  sundeck and storage shed. Avail.  April f (lease il wished). $435/mo  885-0898. ��13c  2 bdrm house, 4 appls. carport,  centrally located in Sechelt. No  pets. Rels req'd. Avail. April 1.  $725/mo. Ask lor Kin Hughes,  88S-3733,9-5pm. #13c  Foi Renl  Hnllmoon Bov  Ocean view bachelor apartment, 7-  isle Apia. Mideiri Perk. 885-  3910. ��14w  Luge waterlront aparlment in  Secret Cove, $600/mo Please call  Hayden 885-9388 #14w  2 bdrm. condo. view, 5 appl. F/P.  unlurn., swimming pool, $600 plus  utils 885-8831 #14W  1 bdrm. condo. spectacular view. 5  appl.. F/P. furnished, swimming  pool, $580 plus utils. 885-8631.  I14w  Laige 1 bdtm suite in new w/front  house. Hallmoon Bay area. Avail.  April 1. $550/mo. plus utils. 520-  3102. #i3c  Waterfront 1 bdrm cabin, Irvine's  Landing, avail. March 15. Laundiy  lacilities, electric heal. $400/mo.  Deposit. N/S. 883-9448.     #13c  Madeira Park modern mobile  home. 2 bdrm. 2 biths, vaulted  celling, skylights, ceiling Ian, 5  appls., large sundeck. avail.  immed.. $650/mo. rets. req. 883-  2193 #13w  Upper Gibsons. 1000sq.lt. air  conditioned, natural gas. 886-3053  after 5:30 pm. #13c  For rent or lease, all or part of  3500 sq. fl. heavy duly Iruck shop.  Industrial Park 886-2664.   #15w  350 sq. fl. office space with private  entrance. Rent ol $375 includes  light, heat and hot water. 886-4716  or 2806. ��13w  5,000 square foot warehouse with  oflice space, Wilson Creek. Long  term lease desired. NRS, Sechelt  Realty Ltd. 885-9093. ttn  Dwis Bay/Wilson Cteek hall wall-  able. Wheeled elr facilities. 885-  #teor889-ii63.   '"'"' "n W'  COMMERCIAL  1800 sq. fl. warehouse and ollice  space, Gibsons industrial basin,  $900 per month triple net.  Sechelt retail, approx. 900 sq. It.,  Wharf St.. $1000 incl. taxes.  Sechelt office space, $450-5750 .  Wilson Creek - warehouse.  $6.00/loot; offices spaces,  $5.50/lool.  GRANT REALTY LTD.  888-3330  ttn  SC Fotd is looking fot an auto  detail person to work 3 days/week,  poss. leading to full/lime. Call Glyn  Murphy 685-3281, bus hours.  #14W  Short otder cook and waitress lor  Pender Harbour Goll Club. Call  Dave West 883-9541.       #l3w  Tupperware World Class Company  now expanding in the Sechelt  Peninsula aiea. Seeking mature  P/T, F/T sales consultants. This  business opportunity olfers excellent income polentisl and other  valuable benefits lot service oriented Individuals. Please call Sandra  487-4274 or Kathleen 483-2025.  #15w  ACT NOW!  Excellent pay! Men/women, up lo  $500 weekly al home. Electronics,  woodworking, craft ind morel  You'te peid direct, no experience.  Cell 504-646-2803 exl. H389, 24  his. #13w  COOK/PROGRAM WORKER  lor community-based Adull Day  Centre. To plan, shop ind prepare  meals; lo encourage client participation and education. Must have a  sound knowledge ol nutrition, wotk  well as s learn member and with  senior adults in group sellings.  Musl enjoy cooking, be energetic,  creative, in good heallh ind have a  car. Preference given to those with  experience in similar settings. Part-  time on Tuesday, Wednesday,  Thursdays. Wage. $11.10 pel  hour. Send resume by April 11/94  lo: Adult Dsy Centre, Box 2420,  Sechelt, BC VON SAO.      ��14w  P/lime yard work, Wesl Sechelt,  $7/hr. 885-2026 aft. 4pm.   #15w  PROGRAM COORDINATOR  (part-time)  Are you interested in programming  events into the Raven's Cry Theatre? You should have experience  / knowledge in Ihe arts or entertainment and be prepared to work  with a hands-on management  board. Excellent communication  and organizational skills necessity. Computet literacy desirable.  Part-lime contract negotiable, position starts Mw 1.1994. Send writ  len applications to: The Selection  Committee, The Raven's Cry Management Board, Box 2264,  Sechelt, BC VON 3A0. Deadline:  Thursday, March 31,1994. #14w  Prime retail space, Hwy. 101,1500  sq. It. $1000. No triple net. 737-  6081. tin  For Rent - Seamount Industrial  Park, light industrial, service commercial, up lo 2,000 sq ft, 10' ceiling, heavy wiring. Also 750 sq ft  bay 12' door, mall exposure.  Phone 886-2663 days, 886-9075  eves. tfn  Warehouse space lor lease, 1500-  3000 sq. n. Hwy 101, Gibsons All  facilities avail, incl. large loading  dock. 885-4193. tfn  Roberts Creek Hall, wail, dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 866  7815. tin  Fabulous commercial storefront lor  lease. Over 1000 sq. ft. No triple  net. Avail. Jan. t, Seaview Plaza,  Gibsons. Mare. Glen 888-70)8 or  Lome 1-737-8081. tfn  KIWANIS VlUAGE  CARE HOME  ...is seeking an  individual for a casual  xaU Activity  Coordinator position.  Must have qualifications  in the field oi  therapeutic recreation,  Class 4 driver's licence  and experience in the  Continuing Care field.  Application deadline  March 31,1994.  Apply in wriling to ihe  Director of Care, KVCH,  RR#1, Sile 7, Gibsons,  B.C. VON IVO  Driver required lor Province piper  route. 888-3224. 115c  Casual relief required to work in  Gibsons group home lor mentally  handicapped women Diy, night  ���rid weekend shits Involved Education ind experience desirable  end valid driver's licence essential  For more inlo. call 686-3217 #15c  We ire accepting applications for  lish processors at Scanmar  Sealood in Egmont. Please call  Donna. 883-1147. #17c  The N.S.A.M H. is looking lor a  lamily who lives on Ihe Sunshine  Coast who could provide weekend  respite support to a physically  handicapped teenager Preference  is lo a lamily whose house is  wheelchair accessible. One adult  in the household must have experience with multiply handicapped  individuals. Please contad Corinne  at984-9321 #14w  HEAUNG CENTRE DIRECTOR/  COUNSELLOR  The Sechelt Indian Band is seeking an individual who will be  responsible lor the developmeni  ind implementation ol treitment  end education programs lor ��� new  10 bed substance abuse treatment  centre in our remote Vancouver  Bay facility lot youth, adults and  lamilies. This position will requite  strong communication and management skills and will require a  commitment to work In an isolated  facility lor sxtendid periods ol  time. Supervisory ind training  skis combined with s commitment  lo e sober, positive lifestyle is in  asset. Appropriate academic qualifications would Include a bachelor's degree In social sciences,  social work or counselling degree,  NNADAP training, knowledge ol  addictions ind the treatment ol  addictions with experience in counselling/treatment programs. Interested persons who hive i proven  bickground in the development  end delivery of culturally sensitive  (First Nations) treatment piogiams  are invited to submit a resume to  Mr. Tom Paul, Adminelialor of the  Sechell Bind, PO Box 740.  Sechell BC VON 3A0. Please  enclose a covering letter with  salary expeditions. Closing date  March 31.1994 #i4c  ELPHIE'S CABARET"-  is accepting applications lor bartenders, wailresses, doormin, bus  persons. Apply In person lo Chris  Thursdiy to Saturday. 7:30-10pm.    >13w  Irvines Landing Marine i Pub,  dock attendant. Contact Wiyne  883-1145. fa  Move Extras 437-8877 Metrotown. Assemble light products it home  The sestch is on lot TV moves, Excel, income, easy work. Call loi  commercials, models,kids.Unlver- directory, 24 hrs. (604) 6232380  salLLooKKs *13c ext A74 rtn Coast News, March 28, 1994  19  34  Help Wanted       ��� 34  Help Wanted      I J5   Business & I 35. Business & ��� 36. Work Wanted      137. Child Care  Home Services   I       Home Services   I I  CONTRACT FOR SERVICE  OPPORTUNITY  CULTURAL CONSULTANT  The Sechell Indian Band Is seeking an Individual under a six month  contract basis to work wilh our  new cultural department stall lo  plan, design ind complete cultural  educatkxi modules.  TERMS OF REFERENCE: The  goal, or terms ol reference lot this  consulting position, Is to develop  Sechelt language and cultural program modules tor the Cultural  Instructors lo deliver In the schools  or ths community. The modules  will cover various topics related lo  SecheH history snd culture and will  be comprised of student workbooks, teacher guides and related  teaching materials. The consultant  win wotk with the Cultural department still to pull together existing  materials Into i learning moduli  format that will educate and Inform  age groups from primary to adull.  The consultant will also train Cultural department still on the  methodology used in developing  Ihe modules lo insure proper presentation and delivery techniques,  and to enable Ihe Cultural department staff lo continue developing  additional modules on in ongoing  bills. The consultant will liaise  with School District stall is to  appropriate requirements tor successlul Implementation in schools  Ilui wi lead to i recognized curriculum In the Mure.  QUALIFICATIONS: Degree in  Education with extensive background in First Nations cultural  program development. Strong  organizational and communication  skis. Interested parties on invited  to apply in writing, detailing how  you will meet the pro|ed timeframe  and objectives and expeded consultant fen, to Mr. Tom Paul,  Administrator, PO Box 740,  Sechelt BC VON 3A0.   #14e  Certilied Dentil Assistant - part-  time, flexible days. For reception  and preventive duties. Cill 888-  7020 or apply lo Dr. Donald R.  Bland Inc., RRI2, S2, C6, Gibsons, BC ��!3w  SOCIAL WORKER  The Sechelt Indian Bind Is seeking I Family ind Children's Services Social Woker lo lead a team  ol social development stall to  develop md deliver child end tanl-  ly protection ind care programs.  This person will make assess  mints to determine V children in  In need ol protection, formulate  intervention plans, give testimony  in court, counsel families, utilize  community resources, fulfill  guardianship tundions lor children  In oi md iMHiJn records. This  ���sponsibilitei under the existing  Family and Child Services Ad, wd  will wotk towards the goal of tlw  Sechell Bind to have authority  md legelabon lot Chid protection  services, Pielerence given to  MSW ol BSW from a recognized  institution wih a minimum ol Iwo  yuu previous successlul experience In providing sodal sendees  with First Nations or, extensive  rallied experience in Ihe held of  Family Protection and Social  Development work. ExceRem interpersonal skills, both written md  verbal, good analytical skis and ���  tound understanding of Firsl  Nation's issues md culure. Interested persons are invited to submit  Iheir resume with covering Inter  describing how their education md  experience qualify them for this  postion, m selection lor interview  wi bt based on MonuUon provided. Pleue direct resumes to  Mr. Tom Pail, Administrator. PO  Box 740, Sechdt BC VON 3A0 by  Mad! 31,1994. It4c  HCNJNQ CENTRE  COUNSELLORS  (Twoposiboni)  The Sechelt Indian Bind ii Hiking two counsellors to provide  direct counseling services, acute-  mic tutuodng md related idmins-  trative activities lor i new 10-bed  treatment centre In bur temole  Vancouver Say healing facility for  youth, adults ind families. Thl  Counsellor will work under thi  direction ol the Healing Cenlre  Senior Counselor/Diredor lo licit-  tile Ibe participant's involvement  in activities md In the day-to-day  operation ol thi residence Thl  Counselors in expeded to work  witti other stiff and resource persons��i member of I team, com-  mlted to carrying out thl go* ol  IM program. Administrative requirements include written reports,  evaluations staff meetings Appropriate academic qualifications  would include a bachelor's degree  In social sciences, social service  diploma. NNADAP training, knowledge ol addictions ind the treatment ol addictions with previous  experience in counselling/treatment programs Sound under-  standing ol First Nation's issues  and culture and a comm��ment lo a  sober, positive lifestyle and firsl  etde training is an asset Interested  persons who hare i proven background in delivery of counselling  services md ire wiiiing to work in  on Isolated facility tor extended  periods ot lime, in invited to submit ��� illume to Mr. Tom Paul.  Administrator, PO Box 740.  Sechelt BC VON SAO Please  enclose ��� covering litter with  salary expeditions Closing date:  M��ch31,1994 '14c  PH NATIONAL  Investigating A  Real Estate Career?  Need assistance with  the Real Estate  Pre-Licensing Course?  (Registration for next class  is April 5, 1994)  Call Rob Gill  Sales Manager  NRS. Sechelt Realty  885-2235  Lawn/berry/hedge cutting, grounds  maintenance, window washing elc.  Man/men available once/tegular  basis. Rob 886-3822. Reliable.  #15w  Reliable man available to help with  landscaping yard cleanup, window  washing etc. Call Bill 886-0051.  #13w  Now accepting resumes. Please  drop off al Subway, Qibsons  Hours nol suitable for students.   #13c  VOLUNTEERS NEEDED  Volunteer drivers are desperately  needed in Sechell lo transport  people to medical appointments  both locally and In Vancouver.  Expenses lully reimbursed * Help  Is needed lo coordinate a teen talent show In July Dulles include  organizing prizas, advertising,  fudges, etc. * Coast Garibaldi  Heallh Unit needs a volunteer lo  assist Ihem with biby clinics  every Wed. from 1:4010 3:40' A  driver li needed In Qlbsom to  deliver Mills on Wheels on Fridays to seniors. 12-1:30.' For  these ind mora opportunities con-  lid the Volunteer and Information  Cenlre at 885-5881. #13w  v4]  BRUNO'S  ELECTRIC  "NO JOB TOO SMALL"  Residential ���Commercial  886-2054  License 810805  Residential, spring, moving in ot  out cleaning. Seniors discount. For  estimate call Joyce 885-4285 or  Debi 885-2350. ��13w  BARRY'S WINDOW CLEANING  Vinyl ind metal siding washed.  Lawn cutting. Residential - commercial. Call Barry 886-3277 J13c  DUMP RATES GOING UPI  I'll haul It away fot Ins. 885-9694,  328-1811 cell. #13*  CULTURED MARBLE  Jetted bathtubs, sinks, baths snd  shower panels, CSA spprovsd.  Free estimates. Tom Sealy 883  2978. tfn  Efficient, quick, reliable) Call  Minute Mild Cleaning Services.  886-7520. ItSc  Furniture ralinishlng. Wicker to  lawn chairs. Spray finish 888-9577  at shop. #15w  DO YOU NEED  Pressure washing, lawn/landscape  maintenance, power raking, hedge  trimming, brushcuttlng, rotolilling,  rubbish removal, miscellaneous  hauling, turf laying etc. 885-0737.   fife  Min wth truck: rubbish removil,  light moves, rooting, yard work.  CU 888-9694 and 886-3742.#16w  COASTLINE FENCING  Wooden t Chain Unk  Fencing  Call aller 6pm 888-2215 Bob tins  QUAUTY WOODWORK  Hem Remodelling, Finishing  Wi look at ill jobs big or small.  For prompt, quality work at an  affordable price, call Art Gits-  bncM 885-3372 or 888-7189. ttn  I'M YOUR NANDWAN  Porches, Additions, Remodelling,  Solsriumi. No job too smaH. Bill al  888-0380 or 24 hr. pager 1-977-  6502.886-0684. tfn  GREEN CUPS  Lawn cutting, thatching, yard maintenance. Garden Sheds. Free estimates 886-9593. #13w  D.W. Johnston Ttucking. sand,  ctushed rock, drain rock. Very reasonable rates. 865-8649.    #16c  CATHY'S  HOME CLEANING  Experienced house cleaners,  bondable & relerences. 866-4660.  #14c  HOUSEKEEPER  Available, 4 yrs., experience,  bondable, excellent references,  very haid wotker. 685-2248 messages.  #14w  PRUNING-GARDENING  Spiing cleanups/rototllling/planting.  Lasl chance lot fruit tree pruning.  15 yrs. exper. Free eslimates. 885-  9026. #14w  HARDWOOD FLOORING  New floors supplied, laid, sanded  and linished. Old floors resanded  and relinished. Lyle Haytei Floors  Ltd. 885-7833. #14w  LAWN i GARDEN  Ftull tree pruning snd spraying,  garden renovations, retaining  walls, hedge trimming, general,  cleanup. Call 8860160.        lln  COMPUTER INSTRUCTION  At home or at work, one on one or  a group. Call Jell 886-8095. tfns  CHIPPING AND MULCHING  SERVICE  Turn your brush piles, leaves and  garden waste to chips and mulch  lor compost. Quick service, reasonable rates. Nick at 886-2756.  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  RENOVATIONS  Wallpaper, paint, carpentry, drafting, Iree estimales. Relerences  available. 886-3463. tfns  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping - Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaranteed  Work. Free estimates. 885-2109.  Home repairs and renovations.  SalisfacHon guaranteed. Dm 888-  3084 115c  For oil burner service ��� plumbing  repairs ��� hilling miintenmce ���  drain cleaning ��� hot weler link  replacement, call Michael 886-  8063 or 696-8082. ��14c  LAWN t GARDEN  Cottage care hot 3 yean experience on Ihe Sumhlne Coast. We  do spring dean-upe, gtass culling,  wilding, pruning, hedges, lawn  and gaden renovation and beautifying. A friendly neighbour you cm  tefy on for quality work tt iwon-  ���Ui rain. Loniine, 885-9041.  114c  RESUMES  Prolessionally typeset and laser  printed. 886-3425. tins  Income Tax Preparation, $25.  Delivery seivice available, seniors  discount. 886-3075. #21w  Male, 35, seeking employment  cstpentry / construction background, fit, honest, conscientious,  reliable, take directions well, good  people skills, presentable vehicle.  Labourer / carpentry. Bob 886-  7860 #14c  VERSATILE TRACTOR CO.  Traclot with rototiller and double  bottom plow, Bobcat 743 with  landscape rake and buckel, small  excavator lot driveways and septic  tank systems. All wotk guaranleed.  Also small dump Ituck lot hire.  666-4659. #13c  Small drywall jobs and repairs.  Plumbing, carpentry, small renovations, seniots discounts. Call Norm  886-0997. #13w  Want youi grass cut? Call Lloyd  886-0997, ��13w  Experienced reliable nighl watchman. 885-5937 lv. phone number  tor #56. #13w  Renovations: Additions: Certified  cirptnttr Brad 886-8652. #13v��  Two men will build decks, fences,  garages, roof repairs - shingles or  hoi lar rools. For info call 886  8699 ask for Richard.       #13w  Do il yourselt ceramic tile, hardwood, lino. Or call 886-8934��13w  COMPUTER INSTRUCTION  Al home or at work, one on one or  a group. Call Jeff 886-8095. tfns  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton ttuck available lor hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rotolilling, odd jobs,  885-3917. tins  RUBBISH REMOVAL  Yard cleanup, light moves, odd  jobs, quick, friendly seivice. 865-  9694,328-1811 cell.        #17*  Qualily painting, also gardening  and general labour. Steven  Bethune 865-3276. #13w  BOB'S HAULING  Rubbish removal; sand, gravel,  fertilizer 8 berk mulch delivered.  885-4804. #14w  37. Child Care  Childcare required in out Roberts  Creek home. Part lime, day time,  flexible hours. 665-0334.    #15w  MORNINGTOWN  FAMILY DAYCARE  One lull lime space is available lor  a child newborn lo school age.  Licensed stall and facility. Will provide fun. stimulating activities and  outings in a warm, caring environment. 886-2203. #15w  Mother of one will sit lor your child  (under 16 mos.), Mon-Fri. days  only. 685-0950 Rachel.        tins  Small family unlicensed daycare  (soon to be licensed) available  seven days a week, shiftwork,  ovemigliters, drop oils. Meals and  snacks provided In my bright  happy Langdale home. Lots of  TLC. First-aid. 886-0296.    #13c  LANGDALE DAYCARE  F/T, P/T, spaces available lor  licenced family daycare. Large,  bright well-equipped facility with  well experienced stall. Open 6 am  - 6:30 pm to meel the needs ol  working comuters. 686-7 ",48 #15c  38. Business  Opportunities  Small affordable franchise. House  silting and pet caie service, pre-  established clientele, flexible  houis. Call Sharon 885-2228, ss  KEATS ISLAND  ROAD CLOSURE  From the head ol Keats Landing  Govt, dock lo Ihe Keals Camps  boundary from April 5 at 8 am lo  Aprils, at6am. #13w  38. Business  Opportunities  "1475 WEEKLY -  Homeworkers needed to make  stylish beaded earrings, year  round, al home. For Info send a  selladdresed stamped envelope  lo: ACCEX CRAFT-829 Norwest  Rd. Ste. 813. Exl 3003, Kingston,  Ontario K7P 2N3. #13w  Well established variety wholesale  business, closing due to illness.  Will sell lor price ol remaining  Stock. 885-3396. #13c  38. Business  Opportunity:  Innovative company with leading  edge, expanding locally. Choose  hours Call 266-4316,12-1:30 pm  167:30 pm. #13c  Ptime vending routes in high profit  location, all cash business. Guaranteed returns. Call Eagle 1-800-  387-CASH. ��15w ,  $200-8500 Weeklyl Assemble  products al home. Easy! No Selling! Direct payment. Fully Guaranteed. No Expeiience necessary.  Call 24 his. 1-504-641-7776 ext.:  208. #14w  Weldwood  Notice of Pre-Harveit Silviculture Prescriptions  or Silviculture Prescription For An Am To Be Logged  (pursuant lo Section 3 of the Silviculture Regiiations)  The following areas have a proposed prescription that will  apply il approval to log the area is obtained from the Ministry  ol Forests. The proposed prescriptions will be available tor  viewing until May 12, 1994 at the location noted below,  during regular working hours.  To ensure consideration before logging commences, any  written comments must be made to: James Rodney, RPF,  Silviculturist, at Weldwood of Canada Limited, P.O. Box  2179, Vancouver, B.C. V6B 3V8 by the above date.  FOM8T LICENCE A1M22  CuBlnaPMmlt  cm dote  Na  UcKon  Community 10(11 on)  Aim  AnwidflMnt  (YES/NO)  M  Clowhom Lake/Sedidt  386  NO  Wdewood of Cwsdi Untiled  If you're  not wearing a seat belt,  what's stopping you?  Road-:  Sense  Fast, fussy, female journey level  carpenter. 10 yrs. experience. Childcare worker Is happy lo otter  Enjoys small renovations, creative' daycare in safe, stimulating home,  design, quality finishing. Refer- Loc����l ��** "Iking distance to  ences 886-0492. #14w &E.S. 886-0058. #13w  Come Up & See Us!  We may have Just what you need  HELP THE  Donations    888-2488 or Box 8  MOUNTAIN  CITY  ELECTRIC  LID.  RESIDENTIAL,  COMMERCIAL,  INDUSTRIAL  886-2834  KEITH CUNE  xax.siocetnnuNSvwivo  ID 23163  For tent. 5000 watt, 120vk 240  vie generator in good working  order. Steam cleaner power wither with sand blatter attachment,  flusombli raw. 886-4859113c  Rainy Day Minding  Him pints, fix zippers, sew  leims, press suits, fix zippers,  mend wool girments. design costumes lor al occasions, iron dress  dolhes, siw on buttons, senior  ides. II mend i: Penny 888-3995.  I14w  HOMIOWNUM  HILFUNI  oaesiTAu 866*4766  Computer wotk, data entry, word  processing, etc. Windows 3.1 ���  iptcMy. 8884843 ad. 8pm.#l4w  For of your typing and computer  work needs cal 885 9884  ��13w  LMHONENPftOVEKNTS  flenovilioni-Roofing-Rspius-  Power Sm��1 Windows-Vinyl Siding. Reasonable, guarantied 885-  2203. ��13w  MONDAY, MARCH 28,1994  UPCOMING MEETINGS  NEW FEES - SECHELT LANDFILL SITE  Sunshine Coast Recreation Commission  Tuesday, March 29th at 7:00 p.m.  West Howe Sound Recreation Facilities Commission  Wednesday, April 6th at 7:30 p.m.  Parks Committee  Thursday, April 7th at 2:00 p.m.  Public Utilities Committee  Thursday, April 7th to follow Parks Committee  EASTER CLOSURE  Please be advised  that the offices of  the Sunshine Coast  Regional District will  be closed on Friday,  April 1st and  Monday, April 4th  for Easter.  Effective MAY 1.1994. the fees for controlled waste will be:  faS PER TONNE:  Appliances, Asphalt & Concrete, Cardboard, Commercial  Waste, Derelict Vehicles, Durable Coods (furniture/TVs/etc.),  Dirt & Rocks, Oil Tanks, Scrap Metal, Misc.  SUPPER TONNE:  Clean Construction Waste, Clean Demolition Waste, Roofing,  Clean Yard Waste/Brush  5i75 PER TONNE: Asbestos, Gypsum, Refrigerators & Freezers  S125 PER TONNE: Passenger Tires  _\__ PER TONNE: Medium Truck Tires  t400 PER TONNE: OTR Oversize Tires  " NO CHARGE for regular household/kitchen waste  S.K. Lehmann  Superintendent of Public Works  HEALTHY COMMUNITIES  REQUEST FOR QUOTATION  The Sunshine Coast Regional District requests quotations for  the demolition of two (2) buildings constructed illegally on  private lands, one (1) building is in the Redrooffs area and one  (1) building is in Hopkins Landing. For more information please  contact Paul Walson, Bylaw Enforcement Officer, at 885-2261.  Closing dates for accepting bids is March 31. 1994 at 12:00  noon.  presents a forum open to the public  j "TOMORROW TODAY"  ! at the Bella Beach Motel Conference Room  j April 8 - Lecture 7:30 p.m. "Smtainahlp Communities"  ��� with Mark Roseland, Professor from SFU's School of  | Resource and Environmental Management.  ��� (Open Registration)  ��� April 9 ��� Working/Planning Day (Limited Space)  j Please call 885-2261 to register.  MANAGING WATER: CHAPMAN AND GRAY CREEK WATERSHED - YOUR DRINKING WATER  NEED HELP SPUING  CLEANING YOUR  GARDEN?  DOWN TO EARTH  GARDENING SERVICES  KATHRYN MLSSELLS  M5-34H  DiRom Chipping 4 Tru Strides wl chip up to 12* dil. tries.  Fill, reliable, reasonable rales  885-3918 #13w  Word Processing Audio Tips  TnnieHptlon Muling UiH. 1*8-  M1I. *1Sw  iiD POWER WASH  Enviro friendly cleaning agents!  We do vinyl, aluminum wood siding, decks, boats. RVs, concrete,  stucco, rools 886-0055     I15w  The SCRD has the responsibility of providing safe drinking water to most residents on the Sunshine Coast and the main supply  > comes from the Chapman and Cray Creek Watersheds. However, WE ARE ONLY ONE VOICE on the committee (IWMP) that is  | deciding the future direction and activities in these watersheds.  I The SCRD has taken the following position:  | Halting all logging activities until water quality improves in these watersheds; and forming a co-management team for these j  . watersheds lhat includes the Ministries of Health and Environment, Sechelt Nation, and SCRD.  - If you have any comments lo the above please drop off this ad at Gibsons Municipal Hall, Roberts Creek General Store, SCRD  * Office in Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay Store in Halfmoon Bay or Marina Pharmacy in Pender Harbour. Please respond prior to April 1,  I 1994.  I Name (s)   I  Street Address   I Comments        i r  ::::::::::::: =  ::::=     ::i=::::4  l   I   I   I    ^lOURS t MO^DA^TO WEDNESDA>^8|00AMJO SJJOPM^THURSDAY AND FRIDA^SjOOAI^TO 6j00PM  ���* 20  Coast News, March 28, 1994  ephemera  remember when  5 YEARS AGO  After several months of work  and consultation a new emblem  for Ihe Sunshine Coast was  unveiled lasl week by Ihe Economic Development Commission. The emblem is the creation  of well known local artist Robert  Shiozaki. He was selected by an  advisory committee to develop  Ihe emblem, which is distinctive  and symbolic of strong and unified cultures.  Roberts Creek went to Ihe  dogs lasl week and loved every  minute of il. The school drama  club's musical production about  the animals was sold out bolh  nights and must he judged a  howling success!  Andy and Tula Maragos, who  came to Canada in the early  ll)5()s and were married in 1957  in Kiiiin.il, have retired from  their Gibsons business. Andy's  Restaurant has been noted for Its  good food and for the congeniality of the hosts.  10 YEARS AGO  The SCRD 10-year water plan  passed with a vole of two to one  in favour. The plan calls for a  pay-as-you-go approach which  will see the continual upgrading  of the system over the nexl 10  years without incurring financing  charges.  A meeling of the World Mari-  culture Association was held in  the Hyatt Regency in Vancouver.  Canada is described as playing  catch-up fish farming compared  10 Ihe rest of the world.  The SCRD and Ihe Sechell  Indian Band have lei the contracts for the extension Of the  Sechell sewer to service the Indian Band lands.  Continued progress is being  made towards the formation of a  Pender Harbour Golf Club.  15 YEARS AGO  An unfortunate young bald  eagle caused a power outage in  West Sechelt lasl week when il  was electrocuted on contact wilh  Ihe power line.  A capacity crowd of over 40  people crammed into a classroom  at Sechelt elementary school last  week for Ihe rejuvenation of the  local SPCA.  25 YEARS AGO  More than 3(H) people attended the Gibsons elementary  school concert on Thursday  evening of last week lo hear what  may be the final school concert  of the school choir under the  direction of Muriel Neilson.  Brilliant sunshine and smiling  faces greeted Mr. and Mrs. John  W.H. Sear of Roberts Creek lasl  Wednesday when Miss Ena Har-  rold honoured them at a surprise  lea for their 50th wedding  anniversary.  35 YEARS AGO  The Port Mellon safety learn  of Cliff Mahlman, Gordon Taylor, Jack Wiren, Don Weal and  coach Peter Madison brought  home the Ken Marsden Trophy  for the third year in a row. The  trophy is awarded to the team  acting most efficiently and effectively in rendering first aid to  simulated injuries.  45 YEARS AGO  The new forestry station at  Sechelt is now aboul ready for  occupation. Expansion of the 12-  year-old general store at Halfmoon Bay is announced by the  new management.  ���Compiled by Bev Shipley  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us.  Leive your cues It home with us.  pw/ Animal Caie  Mill Owing ind Forwarding  Indoor Ham and Yard Maintenance  Regular Home Check of Urt-in Service  CALLSHARON 885-2228  CwfuM Heme - Wtdtk  liiiMwiiiwi  BONDED LICENSED INSURED  Branctm Coeit To Coeit  FOR  EASTER  ��� We deliver ���  tywv      m Gibsons  w  KWV* 449 Marine Drive  Gibsons Landing  m 886-7435  l.ll|IIIIIIIIKtl��lllll  ��� ������aaaa.*!!'**-'!-*-*'**''  Wilson and Wilson argue in public  by Darah Hansen  Never far from the spotlight,  Powell River/Sunshine Coasl  MLA Gordon Wilson is once  again defending his personal life  in public.  This time Wilson is accused  of refusing to make support payments to his ex-wife, Elizabeth  (Liz) Wilson, as specified under  the couple's divorce agreement.  Because of that, Liz Wilson  says she can no longer afford  the mortgage on her four-acre  Pender Harbour home and has  been forced to put it up for sale.  But her ex-husband says her  statements are "just absolutely,  categorically false."  In an interview Thursday  (March 24), Wilson admitted he  did not make the required  $1,000 maintenance payment lo  his ex-wife due on March 15,  but added he can't afford the  payments because his bank is  refusing to re-finance his other  debts until his is cleared from  the mortgage on the home.  Wilson said his ex-wife has  received a total of $27,950  directly from him since Feb.  1993. In addition to these payments, Wilson said the BC Liberal parly has been making  monthly installments totalling  SI6.673.16 towards the Pender  mortgage ��� money owed to  him from the days when he was  ihe provincial Liberal leader.  On Friday (March 25) Liz  Wilson said the Liberals have  not been making her mortgage  payments.  "I've been paying them," she  said.  She added that releasing her  ex-husband from the home's  mortgage is not part of the  divorce agreement.  But Liz Wilson refused to  comment on other criticisms  made by her ex-husband in a  press release issued from his  Victoria office lasl week.  In the release, Gordon Wilson said he was outraged hy  statements made public over Ihe  lasl year by bolh his ex-wife and  former political party, Ihe BC  Liberals, on his personal life and  suggested bolh parties were on a  "misinformation" campaign to  lower the political credibility of  both himself and his fiance,  MLA Judi Tyabji  "Our position in public life  has literally cost us everything...including Judi's children."  For her part, Liz Wilson said  she only wenl to Ihe media with  ihe mortgage story afler Wilson  refused to make the required  maintenance payment.  As a  public official,  he  should be setting an example,  she said.  "He had no right to violate a  court order...at my expense. I  rely on thai support."  THE LANDING GENEBAL &TOQE  For Easier  g Chocolates by Charlie  Garden Pots by Gail Woodhouse  -*!��� Garden Furniture hy Easygoing  *J     CiR Basket*   ,bmCa,nbicr  111 Gowtr Point Rd., Glbaoni UndlngJjg^iSlS__  Brenda's Cuts'n'Curls  Total family hair care  PERMS ��� CUTS ��� COLORS  ��� Reasonable Rates ���  %aU & n*ik ty. IrietSti*  open Mon-Sat 9-5 asm i\a  851 Hwy 101, Gibsons      oOO-4BU!>  ���>!   n  t  Just  moved?  vm  Bride  to be?  New Baby? **  Welcome^-  Call mt for    Stchtll ��� Ruth 885-5847  your FREE    Glbjoni ��� Cirole 886-3682 * ffI/A/-i /"ixt  gifts &         Secbctt (bable* only) ]/]/ I^^Y^  Information. - MHg 885-3580 f W S|NCE 193��  Ear  'bitten  off' in  bar fight  A local man losl Ihe lower  half of his left ear Thursday  (March 24) after engaging in an  early evening bar brawl al a Sunshine Coasl tavern.  Consl. Robin Blair of the  Gibsons RCMP detachment said  it appeared as though the ear  "had been bitten off."  The fight between Ihe Iwo  men broke oul shortly afler 9  p.m. at Ihe Peninsula Motor Inn  on Highway 101 near Roberls  Creek, Blair said. The man wilh  Ihe missing ear was taken to Sl.  Mary's Hospital in Sechell for  emergency treatment while his  opponent declined medical help,  though his hands and fingers  were visibly injured.  The injuries were the result of  being battered with a pool cue.  according to an eye-witness who  asked not to be named.  Extensive damage was also  done to the interior of Ihe bar.  Blair declined to release Ihe  name of either man, pending  the results of a police investigation. Neither man was taken into  custody nor have charges been  laid. Blair said it was not clear  whal extent alcohol played in  inciting Ihe fight.   -������  j__

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