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 Parliament- Buildings  VICTORIA. B.C.  V8V 1X5 9<-09  Attention:Rod Cardin  COAST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  ESTABLISHED     19-15  April 18,1994 Volume 48 Issue 16  THEJKEEK  WITHIN  ������������������������������������  Highlighting the  dangers of cruising  the Coast    <5  highway     j  Sechelt air  service clips  its own wings,  passengers   z  stranded  .'  wkw  ���  ���  u  -  Vd  Minor Baseball  activates its  machinery for  the season A A  Dockside  desperados raise  money for  Coast victims  program     \ \  Pender people  ponder  policing    ai  program    ***  Shipping out  Crew members of the HMCS Oriole prepare for departure early Thursday morning after an  overnight stay in Gibsons. The Canadian Armed Forces naval sailboat recently returned from a  third-place finish In a race off the coast of Mexico. Joel Johnstone photo  Mary Shannon returns to Sechelt  by Darah Hansen  Mary Shannon, a 50-year resident of the Sunshine Coast, is  hack where she belongs.  The 91-year-old Halfmoon  Bay woman was moved into the  Shorncliffe intermediate care  facility in Sechelt on Thursday  after spending nearly four  months in a North Vancouver  facility while waiting placement  back on the Coast.  In an interview Thursday  afternoon, Shannon said she was  tired out from her move but definitely happy to be back "where I  belong."  "It's what I prayed and  dreamed of," she said.  "I'm never going lo leave the  Coasl again. This is the place I  plan to stay and die."  Shannon is one of several  seniors who have, over the years,  been forced off the Sunshine  Coast because local long-term  care facilities have not had the  room to house them.  Currently the Coast Garibaldi  Health Unit, of which the Sunshine Coast is a part, is below the  provincial average in number of  long-term beds available per  1000 people.  Rob Kolen, administrator of  both Shorncliffe in Sechelt and  Kiwanis Village Care Home in  Gibsons, said both Coast intermediate care facilities have made  application bids for expansion.  The waiting list for a room in  either care home is currently an  average of six-eight months. But  Kolen estimates that, without an  approval to expand, within the  next Iwo years there will he a  "massive shortage" of beds.  Kolen said the pressure for  expansion is coming from  retirees moving to the Coast at  age 55-65 and staying beyond  their capacity to care for themselves at home.  "More and more we're not  seeing the traditional Coasters  come in here (into intermediate  care) but those who have lived  here only 10-15 years."  Expansions will include up to  12 new beds for Kiwanis and 10-  20 at Shorncliffe.  Kolen estimated costs of construction lo run around $100,000  per bed.  Bill Benbow, a consultant  wilh ihe Ministry of Health, said  Friday (April 15), the Coast  Garibaldi area is listed as a "high  priority" for funding under to the  health ministry's five-year capital plan.  turn to page 2  Forest renewal  plan fosters  mixed reaction  by Darah Hansen  Local foresl workers and  environmentalists alike are  reacting with hesitation lo a  long-term forest renewal plan  announced by Premier Mike  Harcourt last week.  "We certainly agree with the  concept. It's long overdue," said  local International Woodworkers of America (IWA) representative Murray Cantelon in an  interview Friday (April 15), one  day after Harcourt's announcement.  "But, like any-     _____  thing, it will depend  on how it is implemented."  Harcourt's Forest Renewal Plan is  being heralded by  members  of the  NDP government  as an "unprecedented    partnership"     ������  between     forest  industry workers,  environmentalists, First Nations,  communities and government to  better manage BC's forests.  Under the plan, an estimated  $2 billion of new money will be  pumped into the silviculture  industry over the next five yean  to enhance the quality of newly  planted forests as well as  reverse put yean of forestry  neglect and abuse.  The money, a net increase of  about $400 million a year, is the  direct result "of ��o increase in  provincial stumpage fees for the  harvest of public timber effective May 1,1994. According to  the premier's office, the money  will be distributed "fairly"  throughout the entire province.  Job creation under the plan in  areas of forestry other than logging is expected to more than  offset any jobs lost by pending  provincial initiatives such as  protected area strategies and  park designation.  And while many environmental groups active in the  'It will depend  on bow it is  implemented'  -Murray Cantelon  province are expressing their  overall pleasure with what the  premier has presented, others  feel it doesn't go far enough to  protect the forests.  "We certainly think it's a  step in the right direction but  we're nol as enthused about it as  some of the more mainstream  groups," said Paul George of the  Western Canadian Wilderness  Committee.  George said his group's main  objections range from the  amount of money  _____    being   funnelled  into the new initiative ��� they think  it should be more  ��� to the lack of  specification on  second growth and  selection logging  activities.  "None of that is  ���������    really mentioned,"  said George.  The group also  argues the plan does nothing to  stop "damage" caused by future  clearcutting. The forest renewal  plan provides only for the cleanup from harmful forestry practices of the past.  Meanwhile, silvicultural contractors are wondering where  their business fits into the new  provincial scheme.  "Obviously the whole thing  sounds great from a silvicultural  point of view (but)..,l've mmi  no indication whatsoever on  how this thing is going to be  implemented," said Tony  Greenfield, owner of the  Sechelt-based silvicultural company Whiskeyjack.  "No where does it say how  the $400 million is going to be  spent ��� whether the major guys  like M and B (MacMillan  Bloedel) and Canfor are going  to be directly on the (government's) payroll or whether (the  work) is going to be done by  contractors."  Mary Shannon Is back on the Sunshine Coast, determined not to  leave again. Joel Johnstone photo  Construction ready to take flight on Rockwood's new wing  by Don Anderson  Work on the final phase of  Ihe Rockwood Centre could  begin as early as the fall.  "We could be breaking  ground as early as the fall, late  fall or beginning of next year,"  said John Vance, vice-president  of the centre.  "After the design elements  are pulled together, then the job  is to begin to do the architecture,  the working drawings and get a  building permit."  Vance said the new facility,  to be built on two acres of land  above the existing annex, could  cost as much as Sl .5 million, the  majority provided through fed  eral and provincial grams.  The centre has received preliminary approval of a grant  from Community Futures.  To date, the extent of the  grant has not been discussed  although Community Futures is  able to award a grant of up io  $800,000 to a single organization.  "We would like lo see facilities lhat will command the highest use and be most flexible in  terms of Ihe activities for Ihe  Coastal residents," said Vance.  A three-day design workshop  directed by Vancouver architect  Stan King will occupy Ihe cenlre  starting May 14.  King was responsible for  design concepts on False Creek  and Granville Island in Vancouver.  The workshop is primarily  for representatives of arts and  culture-related societies and arl  gallery curators on the Coast,  although an invitation has also  been forwarded to the Sechell  Indian Band.  The purpose of including  these groups is lo find out exactly whal their needs are and how  the new facility should be used.  Four artists will join King lo  assist in mapping oul artistically  whal people perceive the new  facility should look like.  "The artists really become a  conduit for the expression of  people's ideas so that what is  being designed reflects the characteristics or needs of the groups  that use Rockwood," Vance  said.  "One of (he problems lhat is  everywhere, virtually with all  facilities, is they end up being  inadequate for the people who  actually use them."  On May 16,60 students from  Grades five and six at Sechell  Elementary will take a walking  tour of Ihe lands and neighbouring properties and sketch oul  what they believe Ihe facility  and neighborhood should resemble. When ihe workshop has  concluded, the centre will have  a variety of "design elements"  corresponding to the types of  activities that will be held in the  new wing.  The centre and its consultants  will develop those elements and  incorporate several of the ideas  and patterns in the final design  of the facility.  The plan will then be presented to the public, either  ihrough a forum or survey.  "We will take il to the community rather than the communily always having to come to  us," Vance said.  ������-**---*->������-- ���-���������������>��� <���  ___  >! ������-'*'"-"-"��� ���  ���'iil.V't* ���������������� * ���  ^Hfvatomuhfof *.*%* ��a*��*m*m��*��*�� Coast News, April 18, 1994  FREE FILM or  2  ND  SET  OF PRINTS  WITH EVERY  FILM DEVELOPED  1 HR PHOTOS  5X7 PRINTS 99C  BUY, TRADE OR RENT  SEGA, SUPER NINTENDO  .:%  TRI ��� PHOTO  VSGGA)    1885-2882  \ ��� '''j      ���������������������������������������  103 -5710 TEREDO ST., SECHELT  news  A turn for the worst  All manner of vehicles are negotiating Illegal left turns al the re-routed junction of Cowrie Street and Highway 101.   Joel Johnstone photo  Qistrirt of #>ctl)cU  PO Box 129.5545 Inlet Avenue, Sechelt. BCVON 3A0 Telephone (604) 885-1966 Fax (604) 885-7691  MUNICIPAL MEMO  Regular Council Meetings  Regular council meetings are held the 1st  and 3rd Wednesday of every month at 7:30  p.m. in the Council Chamber at the  Municipal Hall, 5545 Inlet Avenue.  [committee Meeting Dates  I April 1994  Expressions of interest  Cleaning Services- Municipal Hall  The District of Sechelt is inviting  Expressions of Interest for cleaning  services to both the Inlet Avenue and  Mermaid Street Municipal Hall locations.  Proposals for a six month term should be  addressed to Mr. Q.W. Grognet,  Superintendent of Public Works, by  Friday, April 22nd, 1994.  Further information is available from Ms.  Sherry Robinson at the District Office,  5545 Inlet Avenue.  fifjB jflr j  j Planning CommlttM  I Tuesday, April 26,1994 at 1:30 p.m.  I followed by Environment Committee.  I Community Llaaon CommlttM  ��� Wednesday, April 27,1994 at 2:30 p.m.  j followed by Economic Development  clijrWSav  *��-  Tetrahedron Ski and  Outdoor Club  Potluck supper and social, May 13th at  Chaster House. Doors open at 5:30 pm.  dinner served at 7:00 pm.  All art welcome.  Burning Permits  A Burning Permit is required year-round  for all land clearing type fires. A Burning  Permit for all other types of burning is  required from April 15th to mid-October.  There is no fee for this type of Burning  Permit. Applications may be made to the  Fire Chief at the Fire Station.  Garden refuse  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.  NOTE: Burning Permits may be cancelled  at any time depending upon prevailing  forest conditions and fire hazard.  Garbage Collection  Residential Pick up  Residents of the District of Sechelt are  hereby advised that commencing in  1994, property tax notices will include a  separate user fee for garbage disposal.  Only improved properties (i.e., single  family dwellings) will pay this user fee  and vacant properties will not be  charged for the service. Pick up will be  restricted to two standard sized  garbage cant per household.  Commercial Pick up  Garbage collection from commercial  businesses and multi-family  developments will be discontinued and  owners will be responsible for making  their own arrangements with a disposal  company.  Spring Clean up  The District of Sechelt's Public Works  Department will be having its Spring  Clean-up on May 3rd, 4th and 5th, 1994.  All debris must be at curbside the  previous day.  PROHIBITED ITEMS:  Vehicles; gyproc; concrete; atumpa;  lumbar, timber, loga, ate longer than 12  feet or of more than 8.0 sublc feet In  volume; fuel and oil tanks; automotive  palnta and thinners; fridges snd  freezers; hazardous wastes (including  pathogenic and radioactive); explosive  aubstsncea; chemicals which may  create hazardous working conditions;  mstsrisls hot enough to start  combustion; waste oil or petroleum byproducts; fish feed baga; batteries.  Pick up days will be:  Seima Park, Davis Bay, Wilson Creek:  Tuesday, May 3rd, 1994  West Sechelt:  Wednesday, May 4th, 1994  East Porpoise Bay, Sandy Hook,  Tuwanek, Sechelt Village Core, Sunshine  Heights:  Thursday, May Sth, 1994  Regular garbage collection will take place  as usual and will NOT be picked up as  part of this programme.  Mayor's Hotline  ��  885-5360  Local Government Awareness Week  "Open House"  Every year the Provincial Government encourages local Governments to participate in  Local Government Awareness Month in order to facilitate the public being better informed  as to the workings of local government. This year Mayor Earl Basse has declared that the  week of April 18th - 22nd, 1994 will be Government Awareness Week within the  municipality.  In conjunction with this, the Community Liason Committee will be holding an "Open House"  at the Municipal Oflice on the following dates: Thursday, April 21st and Friday, April  22nd from 12:00 noon to 5:00 pm in the Council Chamber at the Municipal Hall 5545 Inlet  Avenue, Sechelt, B.C.  The general public is invited to drop in and ask questions of Councillors Michael Shanks  and Stan Dixon, who are members of the Community Liason Committee.  We look forward to a good response from the public.  Sechelt's Cowrie Street  realignment may change, again  by Don Anderson  The District of Sechelt is  considering legalizing left turns  at the notorious intersection al  the east end of Cowrie Street.  "I Ihink members of council  are thinking that perhaps the  left-hand turn situation is bad  where people are doing it, but  let's make it legal," said Councillor Mike Shanks.  "It certainly makes more  sense to have a left-turn lane  there."  The realignment of the  Cowrie/Wharf Road intersection  has become a major cause for  concern for motorists and local  RCMP since it was completed  just over a month ago.  Last week, police began issuing warnings to drivers ignoring  the No Left Turn sign, and are  threatening to begin issuing $85  tickets if the problem continues.  "If it persists we will be  forctd to go to the enforcement  aspect and start handing out  tickets, which I'm sure will  cause a lot of dissatisfaction  wilhin the community," said  Const. Mel Spielman.  For motorists travelling east  on Cowrie hoping to return to  the highway, the realignment  means having to either lurn off  at Trail Avenue, Inlet Avenue or  making an illegal left turn onto  Wharf. Most tend to end up at  the Cowrie/Wharf intersection  realizing Ihey have missed the  proper turn-off.  "It's a real nightmare," said  Paul Appell, engineering technician for the District of Sechelt.  It's a real pain  right now until  people get  used to it'  ���Paul Appell  "What (Ihe Ministry of Highways) wants is, of course, limited access. It's a real pain right  now until people get used to it  but that's what the ministry  wanted and the previous council  approved it."  Original realignment plans  included access to Wharf Streel  from Cowrie, with a stop sign  placed at Ihe intersection at ihe  end of Sechelt's main street.  "A year or so ago we looked  at being able lo drive down  Cowrie Street and then going on  the left hand side of the cenotaph," said Shanks.  However, Ihe ministry had  indicated it was planning lo'pul  a two-foot-high concrete barrier  down Ihe middle of Wharf  Street, thereby limiting access to  the highway from the left-hand  side of the cenotaph.  Shanks said making the left-  hand turn legal at the end of  Cowrie would also reduce a  potential increase in Ihe amount  of traffic heading down Inlet  Road and Dolphin Streel toward  Ihe highway.  "That makes more sense.  Why would you want to shift  people all Ihe way around  Wharf-Teredo-lnlct again?"  Shanks doesn't believe making the left-turn legal will  become a safety hazard for  motorisls, despite Ihe obvious  challenge of maneuvering  around the cenotaph.  Appelt said the District of  Sechelt will be putting signs up  ai'Cowrie and Trail streets- to>  direct traffic either norlh'or  south to Dolphin or to Trail, i  "Hopefully, people will pick  up on lhat and lhal will alleviate  some of the problems," Appelt  said.  The cost of realigning Ihe  intersection was paid for hy the  Ministry of Highways. Actual  cost figures were nol available  as of press lime.  IWA says employment a priority  from page 1  Greenfield said contractors  and silvicultural workers alike  are concerned with recent talk  about using newly created jobs  under the renewal plan to  employ out-of-work union loggers.  "We're Ihe trained work  force that's in place. We would  be concerned that 500 unem  ployed loggers aren't going to  replace 500 trained tree-  planters."  Cantelon said the IWA also  has problems with the logger-  cum-tree-planter idea.  "A person who's running a  machine, usually an older fellow  who's worked his way up...to  jusl have him scamper wildly  through the underbrush just isn't  in Ihe cards."  Cantelon said that while the  union is agreeable to bringing  tree planting and other silvicultural workers under Ihe umbrella organization of the IWA,  what the union is really looking  for wilh the new proposal is  "enhancing the employment  opportunities for loggers in logging related activities."  One long-time resident still in Vancouver  from page 1  It gets higher ranking lhan  other areas in ihe province  because of its current bed shortage.  Benbow added lhat receiving  money for long-term care expansions is based on more than a  simple mathematical calculation.  Community desire and understanding of need is also factored  inlo Ihe equation.  Meanwhile, a second longtime Coasl resident, Queenie  Burrows, remains in North Vancouver waiting for her name lo  come lo the top of the lisl on the  Coasl. Shannon was returned lo  the Coasl afler Halfmoon Bay  resident Rulh Forrester began a  public campaign, taken up the  Coast News, to have both Shannon and Burrows brought back  from North Vancouver  Qf.mmQfiu  APRIL 22 & 23  Coquilles St. Jacques, asparasus & green  bean vinaigrette  Entree of your choice: Shrimp &  Asparagus Crepes. Prawns Beurre Blanc or  Chicken Cordon Bleu.  Entree served with potatoes galette &  herbed bread.  For dessert - Chocolate Mousse or  Wildberry Crepes.  Ik  Enjoy your delicious dinner with classical  guitarist Clarke Steabner      ��"%  Teredo Sq., Sechelt 885-9962    r   Jje   S(tPPAl,>> ,  'Serving the Coast for 14 years-       LttUCJ  l IITTQIJ t>" Coast News, April 18, 1994  JOB FINDING CLUB FACILITATOR/  EMPLOYMENT COUNSELLOR  The Suncoast Vocational Training Program has an  opening for an instructor/facilitator Tor a pre-employment  training program.  Desirable qualifications: Career Counselling experience,  Job Finding Club certification, experience teaching  employment disadvantaged adults. Excellent  communication and interpersonal skills plus an  undergraduate degree in a related discipline.  Send resume and a covering letter to S.C.E.D.S., Box  2309, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0 by April 20, 1994.  Ambulance personnel carry the driver of a small truck up through the ditch to the highway at Rat Portage Hill late Thursday  afternoon. The driver and passenger were taken to St. Mary's after their vehicle left the road while heading down the hill. Rat Portage  Hill is one of several accident trouble areas between Port Mellon and Earls Cove. Joel Johnstone photo  Coast Highway 'inadequate, dangerous'  by Ian Cobb  The Sunshine Coast Highway, long an item of hot discussion on the Coast, is "very inadequate for the volume of traffic"  using it, a Sechelt RCMP detachment highway patrolman maintains.  More lhan 2,100 accidents  have occurred on the 152.5 kilometres of Highway 101 running  from Port Mellon to Earls Cove  and Saltery Bay to Lund between  1988 and 1992, Ministry of  Transportation and Highways  figures show.  A total of 14 people were  killed and 807 injured in the  2,118 accidents on Ihe two sections of highway during those  five years, according to a special  report compiled!by ministry Officials for Ihe Coast News,  The 93.6 km of highway from  Port Mellon to Earls Cove is by  far the more dangerous and more  heavily used section of road; 70  per cent of all accidents reported  occurred there.  The report indicates as well  lhat 78 per cent of all fatalities  and 70 per cent of all injury accidents occurred on that same  stretch of highway.  Four fatalities were recorded  on Ihe lower Sunshine Coast in  1988 and 1989, five in 1990, two  in 1991 and three in 1992.  One of the 1992 fatalities  involved a six-year-old boy who  was struck by a vehicle near the  Langdale Ferry terminal.  In addition, two people were  killed on the highway in 1993. A  40-year-old Egmont woman died  after the car she was driving  went off the road and hit a rock  embankment near Egmont and  another person was killed in a  two-car accident at Orange Road  and Highway 101.  So far one person, 14-year-  old Jaime Dew of Gibsons, has  died on the highway this year.  Dew was struck while crossing  the highway during a busy 6:30  p.m. ferry traffic rush near  Lower Road.  On a yearly basis, it appears  as though the accident rate on the  highway dropped from a peak of  395 in 1990 to 217 in 1992.  However, the ministry report  notes "the reportable accident  threshold was raised from $400  lo $1,000 in January of 1991." '  The statistics weren't surprising to Const. Kelly Watson of  the Sechelt RCMP detachment.  Stationed on the Coast for 18  months now, Watson said he  believes the Sunshine Coast  Highway to be "worse than most  places I've worked."  He said he worked the roadways in the Lower Mainland,  Vancouver Island and in the  Interior before arriving on the  Coast.  Here on the Coast, he sees "a  lot of infractions." The most  common are speeding, following  too closely and passing on a double yellow line.  "Enforcement is the only  thing that's going to bring it  down, or, if the province loosens  its purse-strings" and gets Ihe  highway upgraded and the Gibsons Bypass constructed to handle ferry traffic, he said.  Accidents occur most frequently at Rat Portage Hill, the  Pender Harbour area and at the  single set of traffic lights in  Sechelt, he said.  The south-bound, slow-traffic  passing lane al Rat Portage Hill,  just north of the Roberts Creek  Provincial Park campground,  creates all kinds of problems for  drivers, Watson said.  "People follow traffic for so  long without an opportunity to  pass," he said, noting that frustrations build and concentrations  drop at the site.  , The passing lane is "a kind of  band-aid solution" to help move  frequent bumper-to-bumper traffic highway. Ferry times are also  a serious problem, Watson said.  "It seems lo be every two  hours when you get the ferry  rush" that speeding incidents  rise, he said.  "It's a problem, especially in  the summer, when you get  greater volumes of traffic, and  especially for residents," he said.  "It's not unusual to get people  going 100 kilometres per hour in  a 50 zone," he said, naming  North Road in Gibsons as a place  where speeders race for the ferry.  "It's a potential accident wait-  1) Port Mellon to Earls Cove (93.6 kilometres)  YEAR  Fata  Injury  PDO  Tota  Jan92-Dec92  3  103  111  217  Jan91-Dec91  2  127  148  277  Jan90-Dec90  5  113  277  395  Jan89-Dec89  4  133  236  373  Jan88-Dec88  4  89  134  227  Five year to  tai  1489  How can you advertise  your Ski Cabin in  CASTLEGAR,  CAMPBELL RIVER,  CHETWYND  and 108 more B.C. & Yukon  community newspapers  All just for $225?  That's over 3.000,000 readers.  With a  HdmdCLAHvpJ.M  If you're BUYING,  SELLING, or limply  TELUNG,  It pays to spread the word.  For more Information  call this newspaper at:  886-2622 885-3930  or (604)669-9222.  RICK SCOTT  APRIL  23,   1994  2PM.  at Elphinstone High School, Gibsons  AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA  RICK SCOTT is a Vancouver-  based children entertainer (4/5  years and up) who is often  compared to a modern day  minstrel. Singer, songwriter,  storyteller, parent, Rick gives a  high energy performance and has  a special gift for getting young  audiences to participate.  ������������������TTTTTTTTTTTTfTTTTTT  Tickets: $5.00 Per Person  Available at: Pastimes, Scott's Music  and Second Wave In Sechelt; Coast Books,  Sayward Books and Grandma's Toy Box tn Cibsons;  Roberts Crctk Central Store A all Drop In Locations  PROCEEDS TO THE PARENT & TOT DROP IN PROGRAM  Ad sponsored by NRS Gibsons Realty Ltd.  FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: THERE5E EGAN OR KATHV LOVE 885-5881  ing for a place to happen," he  said.  Related story on page 6  MM NATIONAL  I NRS CIBSONS REALTY LTD. ��� AN INDEPENDENT MEMBER ___TJ  Home or  .Property  Evaluation  *******  You've tried the  rest., now go  with the best  Call Kenan MacKenzie  885-7810  s50 CASH BACK!  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LA.  ��� V^.AJs>4��f^- ���-  "'    - * * <~oasi iNews, April I a, I yy4  opinion  Individuals' plight  brings Coast-wide  problem to light  Mary Shannon, a 50-year resident of the Sunshine Coasl, is  now back in Shorncliffe, where she and her friends wanled her to  be. And it seems likely that another long-time Coast resident,  Queenie Burrows, also will return to the Coast from a seniors'  care facility in North Vancouver.  Ruth Forrester, the Coast News' community columnist for  Halfmoon Bay, focused public attention on the plight of her  friends, who were unable to get beds in Coast facilities because  of a provincially established waiting-list system which gives no  preference to long-term residents of an area for such care.  Since then, several Coast residents have phoned Ihis newspaper to say they have signed and sent out to Premier Mike Harcourt the coupon we published in the April 11 issue of the newspaper, urging him to make it possible for Shannon and Burrows  to return to facilities here, where they can be among friends. To  those people who senl in their coupons, our thanks.  The Coast News docs not, cannot, claim credit for Mary  Shannon's return to the Coast, although we would like lo think  our public two-cents' worth ��� two news stories and the above-  mentioned editorial appeal lo members of the community lo  make their feelings known to the Premier ��� helped in some  small way to resolve Ihe matter more quickly than might otherwise have been done.  However, it appears that the attention drawn by the plight of  Shannon and Burrows has had another effect ��� thrown light on  the fact that the Coast Garibaldi health region is actually below  the provincial average in the number of available long-term care  beds. Waiting time for those currently available runs between six  and eight months.  That, in turn, should make it clear to the powers that be just  how urgently those extra beds ��� the local Kiwanis facility is  seeking 12 new beds and Shorncliffe 10-20 ��� are needed here  on the Coast.  If our pioneer seniors are not to be given preference on the  waiting list, then at least there should be enough beds to ensure  they don't have to wait. Surely we owe them that much.  Seeing the forest for  the trees to be  The fact that neither of the mostly polarized sides in the logging debate have drawn their long knives over the provincial  government's forest renewal program is a hopeful sign.  Certainly, there has been some carping on both sides ��� one  ���ying it goes too far, the other that it doesn't go far enough ������  Ait it's on a very low level. And il is particularly gratifying to see"  tie woodworkers' union recognizing that something had to, has  to be, done on that front.  There are, of course, some legitimate concerns arising out of  the government's plan in its not yet totally unfolded state.  Higher stumpage fees are clearly a necessity to raise the  money needed to re-forest those areas that have been logged.  The higher charges should not seriously hamper the operation of  most companies since the price at which they are selling wood  on the world market is climbing in relation to the growing scarcity of the product.  However, it may be necessary to apply the increased  stumpage charges for smaller companies differently to ensure  that we don't put them out of business, leaving the forest entirely  to the largest logging operations. That will be the real challenge.  Still, at this point, people are only asking questions, not trying  to draw blood. And that in itself bodes well for the plan.  letters  Chamber talk$ back  Although the Sechell Chamber of Commerce does not normally respond to anonymous letters, I feel that the one you printed regarding Sechelt Chamber  finances contained so many  errors that we would be irresponsible nol to reply.  1. The Chamber has never  announced that it did not receive  a grant for 1993. We received  $15,000 from the District of  Sechelt as a 'fee for service' for  operating the Travel InfoCentre  (TIC) and Business Information  Centre (BIC). We did not receive  extra monies resulting from the  doubling of the business licence  fees in 1993; the District of  Sechelt retained that income.  In 1994 the Chamber will  receive approximately $52,000  (or 80 per cent of business  licence fees) from the District of  Sechelt of which 40 per cent or  $20,800 must go directly to the  Economic Development Committee (a new fee for service  agreement). The remainder goes  to operate the BIC and TIC.   '  2. The council is not awarding  the Chamber $44,000 each quarter. The $44,000 we received in  March was the amount of business licence fees collected to that  date. As funds from late payments come in, the Chamber will  receive their 80 per cent.  3. Whit did the Chamber do  with last year's grant? In a nutshell:  Every day that the TIC was  open (220 days) it encouraged  (on average) 28 visitor parties to ,  stay and spend their time and  money in Sechell. Each party  represents 2.5 people, each of  whom spends $57 per day for a  total of $877,800 if they all jusl  stayed one day. Not a bad return  on the taxpayers' investment.  The BIC was open for 192  days during 1993 and assisted  1,306 entrepreneurs and existing  business people in their efforts to  establish or improve a Sechelt  business. Our tax base will  broaden significantly if even 10  per cenl of these new businesses  become operational.  4. Is there any accounting for  tax dollars received by the  Chamber?  The Chamber's projected budget and previous year's income  statement are submitted on a  yearly basis to the District of  Sechelt, Ministry of Tourism and  at the annual general meeting for  Chamber members.  5. Why does the Chamber  have a say in economic development? It is quite logical for an  organization whose mandate is io  promote economic development  to enter a fee for servjpp j)gr?er  ment with the district to prepare  and coordinate the implementation of an economic strategy. It  would be impossible to hire an  economic development officer  for the $20,800 that the Chamber  will receive for their efforts.  6. Just look at who is on ihe  board of directors. The 16 board  members represent a cross section of community businesses  which include banking, insurance, real estate, golf tourism,  property appraisals, small business, teaching and media. No one  is perfect, but it seems unfair to  criticize a group of people who  give their best and donate over  5,000 volunteer hours to their  community. The well informed  are fully aware that Ihe direction  of this board is toward economic  development for Sechelt.  7. No one has been forced to  pay for Chamber membership  and no one is forced to belong to  the Chamber. Anyone who holds  a business licence has the right to  activate their membership in'Ihe  Chamber Witt m> charge!   ,t..(;.  8. The Chamber directors  letters welcome  We welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, clarity and legality. Please mail  your letters to:  The Editor  Sunshine Coast News  Box 460, Gibsons, B.C.  VQN1V0  must work on fundraising projecls during the year to assist  with expenses such as phone, stationery, rent, insurance and  staffing.  We regret we have not been  able to raise enough to replace  the trees on Cowrie Street so far,  but will keep on working to come  up with ways to put the final  touches on our Cowrie Beautification Project such as banners,  benches and flower baskets.  In closing I would add that I  am proud to represent a Chamber  that is able to service 275-plus  members and the community at  large with newsletters, luncheon  meetings, business and tourism  seminars, keynote speakers,  Good Citizen awards, political  forums, Superhost courses and  on-the-job training for high  school and summer studenls ���  all with volunteers, one part-time  manager and a lol of commitment.  GORDON L. WILSON,  lalaailO la i ��� President  Sothtlt & District Chamber of  Commerce  Sweet reason  RE: Musings, April 4. Thank  you John for your "Does democracy have this dangerous Achilles  heel?" in which you state the  choice is not one of jobs versus  conservation, but conservation  for long term employment. Ah,  the voice of reason. How sweet  Ihe sound.  But can the government afford  to look beyond the next election?  H.COSTERTON  SecheH  Classic soft rock got in and gummed up my radio  My hand happened to bump the 'seek' button on  my car stereo last week and suddenly I was listening  to a 'golden oldies' station. Wait a minute, they're  not called that any more, are they? You can't use the  word 'old' in front of a yuppie culture.  These stations now operate under new  euphemisms: there's a slightly different marketing  correctness at work here. They' are 'classic rock' or  'soft rock' stations.  Now, don't gel me wrong; I like (not soft) rock  music (along wilh several other kinds) but as a rule,  the 'classic rock' stations leave me cold. Nevertheless, I decided to slay wilh the one I had accidentally  tuned in, just lo hear what I might hear. Actually, I  wasn't sure there was anything else on ihe dial since  the car radio simply sits on CBC, like the utility it is.  For a few minutes, it was...all right. I guess.  They played Louie, Louie by the Kingsmcn. one of  Ihe earliest and silliest of the original rock anthems.  "Lou-ah. Lou-ay  Woe. woe oh woe  Where you gonna go now?"  I giggled a bit (no mean feat), thinking of a friend  who has collected more than 100 different versions  of lhal same song, including one choral arrangement  in ihe baroque style. But then the "hits just kept right  on a'comin'," to quote the deejay and before I knew  it, I was squirming uncomfortably in my seat and  reaching for radio dial again. Total time tolerated ���  20 minules.  The problem for me is lhal classic rock stations  focus on 'older music' which for them means stuff  between the lines  that would normally have been a part of either my  early or late adolescence, or my early 20s at the latest.  These stations are not playing this music because  ihey think I will like it; they are playing it because  they hope it will appeal to me emotionally; that it  will trigger in their listeners memories of the glory  days of iheir youth. That having been done, ihe programmers theorize, the listeners will become emotionally ��� no, atavistically ��� incapable of changing  the dial, of leaving the never-ending cycle of noslal-  gia.  Thai's what turns me off, not the music ��� the  assumption thai all of us are frozen in ihis kind of  backward-looking picture which extends back no  further than our coming of age.  What this music doesn't do is challenge ihe listener wilh anything news ��� "the hits jusl keep right  on a'comin'!" You will always hear a song that's  familiar, either from your youth, or from your having heard it played on thai same station the day or  week before.  larry marshal!  And, of course, il is all from Ihe white pop-rock  genre which can go back no further than when it was  invented, the 1950s.  You don't have to worry about being challenged  by original blues or jazz from the 1930s or '40s, or  old Texas swing, or ethnic music ��� "the hits just  keep right on a'comin'."  Not on my radio, buddy. That's why I tune into  CBC and carry cassettes. Now how about some real  rockin' music by (before my time) Big Joe Turner?  It's better lhan nostalgia.  ���  Good news, bid news: I have a long-time fascination with serial killers and what makes them tick  ��� which is how I came to be watching an Arts and  Entertainment Network investigative report about  Russia's so-called 'Red Ripper.'  Andrei Chikatelo tortured, mutilated and murdered a total of 53 young men, women and children  between 1978 and 1990, a time period which  spanned both the 'old' totalitarian regime and the  new, more liberal form of government (relatively  speaking) which succeeded it.  Soviet police were confused by Chikatelo, whose  selection of victims and methods of killing varied  widely; because of that, police on more than one  occasion believed the murders were being committed by several different perpetrators. Soviet police  forces also found themselves in the same kind of  predicament in which American police forces found  themselves when they first encountered serial killers  ��� local departments working in geographic isolation and interdepartmental rivalries were at a disadvantage in dealing with a murderer who selected victims al random and operated across several law  enforcement jurisdictions.  However, I was startled to hear, so soon afler  wriling aboul why newspapers carry bad news, that  Russian newspapers operating under Ihe old regime  were being blamed for failing to publicize the existence of the mass-killer.  According to ihis particular TV documentary,  police had many times tried to interest newspapers  in publicizing the existence of ihis killer (or killers),  but Ihey, out of a sense of self-preservation, refused  to do so.  The safe way lo operate under the Soviet regime  was to publish party-approved press releases  and.. .good news. Obviously, Chikatelo fell inlo neither category.  Because of that, Chikatelo was able lo operate a  good deal longer ��� and kill that many more people  ��� than if the newspapers had made known his presence and ihe extent of his violent crimes.  COAST^NEWS  Sub*cription Kstn lor  tht Cottt NtmorthtWtelttndtr.  Caneeta: 1 year ��� $35 ��� $2 45 CST - $37.45  6month! ��� $20*$1.40GST��$21.40  Fonign: I year ' $60 (No CST)  Reg. No. 4/02  The Sunshine Coast News is published on  the Sunshine Coast B.C. every Monday by  Clmford fmi Ltd.  Cibtom Office ��� 537 Cnwre lane  Box 460. Cibsons, B.C., VON 1V0  1604) 886-2622, Fax (604) 886-7725  S�� Mt office ��� SS21 Cowrie ST.  Bo< 68 Sechelt, B.C., VON 3A0  (604) 8853930. Editorial (604) 865-3980,  Fa�� 1604) 885-3954  Attvenmng  flepreMntatrvei  Office Manaqtr  Office Staff  ���Qibeoni  ��� Section  OaryMaben  Ovdar Oardarson. Jar** Edmonds.  Simon* Carfysli Smith.  Susan Connor  Ann* Thomson  Anna Page  Carat Blahey  Managing editor Larry Marshall  Reporter*  Ptrotognapher  Ptoo-ction  Manager  Production  Darah Hvun, Ian Cobb.  Don Andareon, Christina Bodt  Joel Johnstone  Pal Tripp  Beverley Shipley,  Stuan Burnside. Andy Jukes.  Ann* MecTavish,  Elisabeth Simpaon,  Petncia Wolfe  Your communityi AWAK&W1NMNG ******  The Sunshine Coatt News is protected by copyright  and reproduction ot any part of it by any meant is  prohibited unless permission in writing it fat secured  from Classford Press ltd., holder of the copyright.  Ifc Coast News, April 18, 1994  ephemera  remember when  5 YEARSAGO  The new pavilion al Rockwood Lodge for Ihe Festival of  the Written Arts is underway.  The 4,900 square foot building  seating 550 will be a permanent  home for the festival and will  replace the tents used in previous  years.  Roberts Creek Odyssey of the  Mind students placed second in  recent provincial finals.  Over the weekend of April 8  and 9, approximately 400 golf  balls were stolen from a private  driving range in Roberts Creek.  The minimum value of the golf  balls is $200.  Sunshine Coast Aquaculture  Association president Bill Lucas  presented a $1,200 cheque to  SVFD Fire Chief Tony Pike.  10 YEARS AGO  After being oul of work for  over two months, workers are  back on the job at Port Mellon,  but a negotiated settlement  between labour and management  in the pulp industry still seems  next to impossible to attain.  Canadian Paperworkers' Union  Local 1119 president Steve Holland said labour representatives  had "left negotiations in a bitter  mood."  They brought with them  industry's "final, final, final  offer" which Holland claims is  "not even as good as the IWA  got."  Sechelt and Gibsons detachments of the RCMP participated  in a provincial traffic safety program.  Topics addressed were the  impaired driver and seatbelt  usage.  The Pioneer Museum is  halfway through construction but  il is warned unless more funds  are raised, the space may not be  utilized.  15 YEARS AGO  "As Ihe elected representative  for Mackenzie constituency, I am  outraged by the indifferent and  shoddy treatment shown the people of this electoral district." This  was an excerpt from the strongly  worded telegram that MLA Don  Lockstead directed to Ken Morton, registrar of voters. It reflected Lockstead's indignation over  the way voter registration had  been handled.  The telegram concluded:  "Inadequate notice and early  closing have shifted the democratic process; I demand accountability for this deplorable situation."  25 YEARS AGO  Lyn Vernon, daughter of Mr.  and Mrs. Ran Vernon, Gower  Point Road, was awarded a  Canada Council grant for further  music sludy in Geneva.  Mrs. Jessie Morrison, a  prominent resident of the Sunshine Coasl, showed a sample of  something new in the art field;  musical art Ihrough depiction of  colours in chromatic harmony  which correlates sight and sound  producing an association  between painting and music.  35 YEARS AGO  Gibsons Library fund was  progressing quite well, according  to officials who announced some  $70 had been donated by members wilh more promised.  J.H. MacLeod announced the  organization of the Wilson Creek  Archery Club.  45 YEARS AGO  A $6,000 calch of dogfish  was made in two days recently  by local fishermen.  ���compiled by Bev Shipley  letters  Take, take, take...  Take back Ihe country.  Take back the cities.  Take back the towns.  That is what it is all about.  Trail Bay Park.  Why should Hong Kong determine our destiny?  Throw the money changers out.  Use any stratagem.  This is global.  The struggle is jusl beginning,  Let's get on with it.  BILL HALL  Sechelt  Toastmasters write  The Sunshine Toasimasler  Club would like to thank the  Coasl News Weekender for their  coverage of our 10th Anniversary Dinner and Dance held on  April 9,1994.  However, we would like to  point oul that the Sunshine  Toastmasters Club meets every  Wednesday evening at 7:30 pm  in the Frank West Community  Use Room, Chaster Road Fire-  hattjsGAsons, not at Chaster  Paikiiasstactd in younarticle.  Guests are welcome to attend.  DONNA PERRY  They have heart  The 1994 residential and  business campaign for the Heart  and Stroke Foundation for the  Sunshine Coast has now been  completed, and the results are as  follows:  Residential donations,  $29,238.51; business donations,  $4,482; mail-in donations (to  date), $820.  Envelopes with mail-in donations are still coming in. This  has been a very successful campaign, thanks to so many volunteers.  The Foundation wishes to  thank all those regional leaders  and canvassers who have given  so many hours helping to raise  these funds.  Most is spent on education  and research, which has benefitted so many of us. Going door  lo door asking for money is not  an easy task, but it helps to find  so many generous donors.  We are also grateful lo the  nurses and ambulance drivers  who took blood pressures in  Sechelt and Gibsons Malls for  publicity.  So, again, many thanks to all  of you for making Ihis such a  successful year.  FAY HANSEN  MARIE STEEL  Area Leaden  Going Aw.iy  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us.  UmfwaiHUliMiewMiia.  M/AalMlQn  IniluwrtomndyirtMihinnurr  tat���eBmm rhcrtnuiii iitinlrr  CALLSHARON 885-2228  CwttatHMM-UMdi  ���ONMDUCCNSED INSURED  BmmwCoeetToCca*   .  Honest as the  day...  I would appreciate il if you  would publish my thank you  note.  A special thank you to one of  the ferry workers attending a  seminar at the Cedars Inn, Gibsons on April 6. My wallet was  turned in to the manager of the  Pancake House.  It is very commendable for  someone to be so honest in these  days.  I would like lo meet this person and thank him or her personally.  G. DOUGLAS  Kiwanis Way, Gibsons  Wildlife then...  The present generation can  have no conception of Ihe  tremendous numbers of wildlife  to be found on this coast in the  days before the white man  came, and for years afterwards.  The salmon that went up the  creeks in the fall did so in unbelievable numbers.  In 1915, I was at the mouth  of Chaster Creek and the salmon  were going up in such numbers  that I swear there were more  fish than water in the creek. A  few years ago a fisheries official  was there to count the fish going  up the creek and he counted 30.  Before the first World War, I  went to school with a lad from  Langdale. He talked about the  great numbers of salmon that  went up Langdale Creek in the  fall. About 40 years afterwards,  I took my son and daughters  there to see Ihe salmon going up  the creek.  Went up and down that creek  and finally found one!  Father would take me fishing  with him when I was a youngster and talking with mother  years afterwards, she said we  never came home skunked. We  always had fish.  Some interesting things happened on some of those trips.  One day we saw a pod of Ihe  large whales.  Not Ihe little killer whales,  but the real big fellows. They  were out there besporting themselves; when they surfaced, they  blew their breath out with  tremendous force, and inhaled  very quickly, then one would lift  its huge tail up into the air and  pour itself straight down.  One day we saw a little  steamer wilh a harpoon gun in  the bow. It wasn't long before  the big whales were wiped oul  from the Gulf of Georgia. There  was a whaling station on one of  the islands between Keats and  Bowen.  Another time we were coming back from fishing. We saw  an Indian in a canoe with a pile  of brush in front of him for camouflage and he was quietly moving up to the right of ducks. A  whole acre or so covered with  ducks, a sight that cannot be  seen nowadays. When he got  close enough, out came the old  shotgun and...bang! bang! An  oldtimer was standing on the  wharf and he said, "Well, he's  got his breakfast."  It's the same story with the  blue grouse. They were in great  numbers in the old days. How  many of you who read this have  seen a blue grouse?  The white man is the most  destructive animal that has come  to this part of the world.  WILJO WIREN  Gibsons  Old-growth  dissension  Upon reading an article in the  Coast News in the March '31  edition entitled Ban All Tet  Logging, urges Old Growth  Subcommittee, I felt a letter to  the editor of both Sunshine  Coast newspapers come to  mind.  A few crucial flaws with this  piece of journalistic grandstanding should be pointed out.  Firstly, there are four members in ihe old growth subcommittee of the Tetrahedron  LRUP. The main reason why  the last member of the subcommittee was not mentioned is that  he, or rather myself, did not  agree with the findings of the  subcommittee of the whole. It  seems that my position as a  member of the forest industrial  sector does nol count since it is  generally in opposition with the  other members.  It was this writer's contention that from my first joining the ranks of the old growth  subcommittee some year and a  half ago that meaningful discussion of multiple use and visions  of consensus-building would be  the final goals of our group to  other members involved in this  planning process.  Au contraire.  The original three members  interviewed in the Coast News  article came to the table with  one purpose and that was to protect the Tetrahedron Plateau  from any timber harvesting, no  matter what the cost.  Discussions involving social-  PENDER HARBOUR FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT  ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING  Sunday, April 84th, 1994 at 2:00 pm  MADEIRA PARK ORE HALL  1) Financial Statements  2) Appointment of Auditor  3) Election of two Trustees  4) Other Business  HIIUCINVITID  FLORA SIM  SECRETARY TREASURER  economic impacts on ihe Sunshine Coast community and displaced workers matter little to  these three members who do nol  make Iheir living in the forest  sector. Nor did recommendations of compromise, such as  maintaining biodiversity corridors and preservation of riparian  zones (recommended by other  subcommittees), make any difference. Instead, examples were  cited from Scotland, Australia  and the Mediterranean of past  poor practices that have gone  wrong.  What about some of the good  examples of forestry in action in  BC that maintain that forestry  and other resource users can live  in harmony without compromising the environment? The examples are many.  I contend (and always will)  that the forest industry came to  the planning table honestly willing to try and reach a workable  consensus on future timber harvesting in the Tetrahedron. The  industry recognizes the need for  multiple resource use and compatibility and will work with,  Other agencies and groups to  reach this end.: j    .(inun  My fellow colleagues came  to the table wilh the selfish  thought of total preservation at  any cost.  BILL LASUTA  Darla Bay  DAVIS   BAY  ELEMENTARY  SILENT AUCTION  "Something for everyone"  Sat. April 23rd 10-1  In the gym. We thank & support the following businesses:  /  Kelly/Brusven  Weekend at cottage  m  Sakinaw lake  Linda Peet  4 harwpamted T Shirts  J60  Wilson Creek Fam Res  gift certificate  (15  Wilson Creek Gallery  framed print  $48  Seaside Video  vtoeo basket  $75  Axana-Dew  shampoo, cut, blow-dry  $80  Wilson Creek IGA #49  gift certificate  $100  Clayton's Heritage Market  JVS football  $115  Bella Beach Motel  9 T Shirts  $30  Pastimes  Walkie Tallies  $80  Gibsons Bldg Supplies  4 hockey stias  $80  Suncoast Gallery  framed print  Jurassic Park  $85  Dream Shoppe  stained glass sailboat  $90  Brooks & Miller  stencil, paint, $50 certif  $100  Wind Song  candles m a box  $80  Case/s Country Gardens  rhodooertdron  $$$  Zippers  gift certificate  $30  furniture Land  student desk lamp  $85  Seaway Construction  8 hrs backhoe  $100  Illusions  gift certificate  $80  Golden City Restaurant  Sunday smorgasbord (8)  $80  Rowland Brake & Muffler  oil change & lube, check  all llmds and brakes  MS  Talewina Books  gift certificate  $80  OK Tire  wheel alignment  $40  Al's Power Plus  chainsaw sharpening kit  $15  Interfor  ram gear  $110  Steve Sawyer  portable CD, cass player  $830  Diana hosier  5 hana crocheted capes  $50  Pebbles Restaurant  lunch for tw  $80  Warren Enterprises  backhoe wort for tvw hrs  B certificates ($850)  $195  Bruce & Joyce Lasuta  Cas�� of 'Oceans' (84)  Red Sockeye Salmon  $75  SuffthaieGM  oil change and lube  $40  AHUGETHANKyQUtocwayon��wtioliO0nMbul>B3l  Who b  <D  <D  ...��)  We have Nurses, Homemakers,  Handymen & Gardeners  Our staff are well trained and  we work hand in hand with  other health care agencies to  provide continuous and optimum  care for our clients.  We have weekend service  886-3188 or 886-3714  We serve the elderly, shut-ins,  .injured and' special needs  adults and children.'  We are locally owned and active  in the community.  Undo *���v 886-3188  *jp�� i ��� 'm  WIN  a Gift Basket for your  MOM  from the merchants at  GIBSONS PARK  PLAZA  In a written submission entitled "Wlint Makes My  Mother Wondprful" tell us in 100 words or less why  your mother should win this basket of goodies.  (Don't forget to include your phone number.)  Deadline for submissions is Wednesday, May 4.  The winner will be notified by telephone Thursday, May 5  and announced In the Coast News Monday, May 9.  Drop off your entry at any of the following locations.  ��� Frontrunners  ��� Mountain High Cycle  ��� Sears  ��� Bcmadcttc's Galleries  ��� Budget Video & Laser  ��� Nutcracker Sweet  ��� IGA Plus  ��� Reltman's  ��� All Baba's Cafe  ��� Dar Lebanon Restaurant  ��� Gibsons Pet Food & Supply  ��� Sunshine Coast  Insurance Agencies  HIGHWAY 101 & PRATT ROAD ��� GIBSONS  ��� RE/MAX "top 20"  ��� Bargains Galore  The Bargain Shop  ��� Eugenia s Interiors  ��� Color Your World  ��� New China Kitchen  _____  __________>  mam  -��*��    mmM_____m |,i    - -t :_3*** v_uu:h mew),  npin i o, ivy*  CONGRATULATIONS  to the winners of the  Gibsons Winter Club TV Raffle  Victor Uchiyama - TV  Sarah Puchalsky - CD player  Mary Puchalsky - Ghetto Blaster  news  RCMP track unsafe vehicles  PATERSOIU & CO.  ACCOUNTANTS  TAX RETURN  PREPARATION  Electronic Filing  Refund Usually Within 14 days ��� 886-4843  Home Hardware Plaza ��� 977 Hwy. 101. Gibsons  M  Often flfowe  JACK & JELL  PRESCHOOL  REGISTRATION FOR SEPT. '94  3 & 4 year olds  SATURDAY APRIL 30  10am ��� 12 noon Jack & Jill Preschool  Harmony Une, Gibsons 886-9417 or 886-3923  Vehicle check stops conducted along the Coasl highway for  the last couple or weeks have  yielded a surprising number of  unsafe private molor vehicles, an  RCMP highway patrol officer  says.  "We've found lots of stuff,"  said Sechelt RCMP highway  patrol Const. Kelly Watson. He  and Motor Vehicles Branch  (MVB) officials have been  checking both commercial and  private vehicles in the Gibsons,  Sechell and Pender Harbour  areas.  While the checks were originally designed lo check commercial vehicles, the officers opted  to also check out suspicious  looking or sounding privale vehicles and in doing so, they've  uncovered numerous faulty road-  bound vehicles.  On April 7 a check was held  in Sechelt wilh about 100 vehicles pulled over. Sixty-five were  commercial (semi-trailer, gravel  and logging trucks) and 35 were  private. Oul of that number, 33  received tickets, including some  for overweight loads. Thirty-  eight warnings and 12 "notice in  orders" also were issued. Using  those numbers, police concluded  that 83 per cenl of all vehicles  stopped were defective or below  sel commercial traffic standards  lo some degree.  A notice in order, Watson  said, is issued when a vehicle i.s  in such bad shape lhat Ihe owner  must be immediately ordered to  take the vehicle to either a local  garage for repairs or lo an RCMP  inspection station where it can be  repaired.  'With some it was  amazing that they  were even able to get  down the road'  -Kelly Watson  "Some just had a volume of  defects thai we ordered them in,"  Walson said, listing faulty  brakes, steering columns, tires  and lights. "Wilh some il was  amazing thai they were even able  to get down ihe road."  "The privale vehicles were  pretty bad," Watson said, adding  that he figured many Coast  drivers must think Ihe police will  only check commercial vehicles.  In fact, the commercial vehi  cles fared surprisingly well, he  said.  "One thing we noted was Ihe  operators of commercial vehicles  are pulling in a pretty good effort  to keep their vehicles up...better  than in the past."  Watson said the numbers can  be deceiving unless il's known  that it isn't just a random check  of privale vehicles passing by.  "We're selective," he said.  "We're.nol jusl taking anyone.  We would wave a lot (vehicles)  by and that's why Ihe percentage  is so high. If il looks okay at first  glance we'd let ihem Ihrough."  While it was more likely that  a 1993 or 1994 car or half-Ion  would be waved Ihrough without  much of a look, Walson said nol  all older cars are in bad shape.  Figures for the checks in Gibsons and Pender Harbour weren't  readily available but Walson said  figures for Ihe Gibsons check in  late March were "about the same  as Sechelt" and a check in Pender Harbour a week before the  Sechelt check, turned up "an  awful lot of defective vehicles."  The safety inspections used to  be an annual event, but police  and MVB officials will be con-  dueling them "at least once a  month," Watson said.  mm  theM��M/shop  Mon.Apr.18-Sun.Apr.24  MELITA   $197  "LEGENDS"    2509  ASST COFFEE  MTC 14"  COLOR ^__  TV        $17347  reg. $19893  4 PC  MIXING  BOWL  SET  reg $^43  20 pa  CUTUERY  SET  25 PC.  RUBBER  MAID  STARTER  SET  reg. $19.73  ALADDIN  TALKING  BANK OR  MAGIC  CARPET  reg $24'  99  $17�� 11 $963  Get The Low Down Everyday!  the S4f?G4fMf shop  Qibsons Park Plaza ��� Store Hours  Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Saturday ��� 9:30 a.m. ��� 6:00 p.m.  Thursday & Friday ��� 9:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.  Sunday ��� 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.  WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES  886-3258  Work of a different  stripe  Touching up the lineage,  MOTH paint crews made  quick work of Highway 101.  Joel Johnstone pholo  Local air  service  grounds  out  by Darah Hansen  Flights oul of Sechell were  unexpectedly cancelled late lasl  week as Ihe float plane company  Venture Pacific Airways Ltd.  folded ils business wings.  The small airline ��� owned  and operated oul of Vancouver  by entrepreneur Murray Pezim  ��� ceased all operations as of  noon Friday (April 15),    , ,  Venture Pacific employee  Ross Ireland confirmed Friday's  shut-down, adding there were no  immediate plans to start up business again.  Ireland would nol discuss Ihe  company's financial situation in  greater detail.  The closure of Ihe company  has meant a loss of jobs, including three positions at its office in  Sechelt, where the company  originated regularly scheduled  runs lo Vancouver Island.  Venture Pacific base manager in Sechelt, Louise Rolland,  said the "cease of operations"  order from the Vancouver office  came as a "surprise," bul  declined further comment.  Meanwhile, several passengers who were left stranded by  Venture Pacific's announcement  Friday were transported lo their  destinations later lhat same day  by a Nanaimo-based airline,  Baxter Aviation Ltd.  Baxter Aviation owner Tom  Baxter said his company is  examining the possibility of filling Ihe business space left  vacant by Venture Pacific. He  said there is a "definite demand  for service" in the area.  Venture Pacific is Ihe latest  in a string of airlines to operate  oul of Ihe office in Sechell since  Tyee Air, a charier company  owned primarily by Ihe Sechelt  Indian Band, folded in 1993.  Got a  news story?  Call the  COAST  NEWS!  ���  in Sechelt  885-3930  in Gibsons  886-2622 news  Rejection of funding request  spurred one-government idea  A news backgrounder  by Ian Cobb  There's nothing new about  Ihe idea of one government for  the Sunshine Coast.  In fact, the concept has been  around since the 1960s, said former Sunshine Coast Regional  District (SCRD) board of directors chair David Hunter.  However, it wasn't until 1981  ��� when Hunter and a group of  SCRD directors travelled lo Victoria to lobby the Ministry of  Municipal Affairs about extending a sewer system from Gibsons to Langdale ��� that ministry officials told the Coast  politicians that aid for services  would likely not be given until  Ihe Sunshine Coast streamlined  its governmental structure.  "lie (Ihen-depuly minister of  Municipal Affairs) said in mid-  conversation, 'Do you realize  you've got too many governments up there?' lie said we  should irim our governments  down before the government  would provide aid in services,"  Hunter said.  The SCRD directors returned  to the Coast and held a meeting  to discuss a change in the governmental make-up of the Coasl.  Brian Stelk, who was then a  director for Sechelt, outlined  five scenarios; One government;  Iwo governments; two governments plus Pender Harbour; two  governments, Pender Harbour  and Roberls Creek; and "as is,"  Hunler recalled.  One government was seen as  an option that would provide  "considerable savings of  money," Hunter said. The two-  government option wasn't "far  behind, but we were worried  about Roberts Creek and Pender  Harbour."  As the talks dragged on over  the years, "Sechelt went ahead  and did Iheir thing for one government in the area," Huntei  said.  The resulj \yas Ihe incorporation of Sechell.  After that, Hunter said, the  impetus was lost.  Talks of one government  resurfaced in 1991 when former  Sechelt mayor Nancy MacLarty  and Gibsons mayor Eric Small  got the ball rolling.  "We had to drag the regional  district" back inlo Ihe discussions, MacLarty said. A meeting  was eventually held at the Bella  Beach Motel in Davis Bay and  "Eric and I kept pushing them to  have more meetings," she said.  The provincial government  was as supportive of the idea  then as they were in 1981, she  said, recalling thai its officials  offered to pay for a facilitator  then, as Ihey arc now, and lhat  "the regional district kept getting in Ihe way."  Hunter said the 1991 initiative "was doomed from Ihe  beginning," citing the addition  of "too many neophytes" to the  discussion table.  The government was more  than willing to help, MacLarty  said. "They more or less intimated that if we didn't do it, they  would."  And now ��� with talks resurfacing after a March 25 meeting  between Gibsons, Sechelt,  SCRD and Municipal Affairs  officials and an agreement to  continue discussions ��� Hunler  said he believes there's a good  chance progress will finally be  made.  "I think parochial interests  are leaving us now," he said.  I  iff!  Firearms course may be shot down  by Don Anderson  Capilano College in North  Vancouver is threatening to cancel the first-ever organized  Canadian Firearms Safety  Course on the Sunshine Coast.  According to Bill Ellis, president of the Sunshine Coast Rod  and Gun Club, the college does  not want its name associated  wilh a course on firearms safety  because il promotes gun use.  "I feel the people responsible  for quashing Ihe program were  working more out of paranoia  and misinformation lhan out of  good, common sense," Ellis  said, after being lold aboul Ihe  planned cancellation last week.  "As a member and president  of the gun club, I'm really upset  that people don'l want lo accept  firearms safety."  Ellis said the firsl firearms  safety course was scheduled to  start April 23 and run for two  days at the Capilano College  campus in Sechelt. Another was  to be held in May.  He said distribution of  brochures had been arranged for  in advance of Ihe cancellation.  "The unfortunate pari was the  course was being offered al  quite a bit of a saving (to participants)." he said.  A similar course is offered  Ihrough private instruction in  Vancouver, bul nol on the Coasl.  "I really Ihink you should  have a choice," Ellis said.  "What do we have up here?  We don't have access to facilities lhal you can rent (for training)....! really feel there has  been an infringement on  firearms safely and on Ihe access  of what people want lo learn."  Ellis claims officials at Ihe  college felt the course would tarnish the image of the institution.  But upon inquiry, Louise  Krohn, director of extension and  contract services at the college,  denied the course had been cancelled.  "Il's on hold and that is whal  I told Bill," she said by telephone from her office in North  Vancouver Friday.  "We haven't finished the  review process yet."  Krohn denied lhat there had  been any indication by the board  of directors or other representatives of the college that the  firearms course was an unwelcome addition lo ils curriculum.  "I can't tell you whether it is  a problem or nol; we are still  going through the process of  reviewing it," she said.  The course will be reviewed  by the board of directors at ils  April 28 meeting, and may  include a decision by the president of the college, if necessary,  on recommendation of the  board.  New firearms legislation  came into effect Jan. 1. It now  requires Canadians applying for  a Firearms Acquisition Certificate (FAC) to successfully complete a course or test in the safe  handling and use of firearms and  to understand the laws relating  to them.  Ellis was encouraging parents  to enroll their children in the  classroom course to ensure they  know that if they come in con-'  tact with a firearm, they are  dealing with something danger-  Coast News, April 18, 1994 7  filK%inc,&nq **��� ,  . S//MK.   m _ _ 1 )  ncws St0|y?  Call the  COAST  NEWS!  A Special Gift Shop  Dedicated to personal growth &  development. Drop in & browse  through our large selection of  Books on HEALTH & HEALING  5695 COWRIE ST. SHADOW BAUX LANE 885-9332  Watch this Thursday's  COAST NEWS  SWEEKENDER  For our SPBING  HEALTH  BEAUTY  & FASHION  SUPPLEMENT  in the centre of our  "Arts & Entertainment"  section,  Special Editorial Features written by your Sunshine Coast  business professionals are included.  Mens Wear  Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt 885-9330  ____m__m____1m_______1___  ______  _______  ~ '      '-^'  ___ Coast News, April 18, 1994  Introducing  Residential ��� Commercial  Licenced & Bonded  Dead Bolts ��� Rekeying  Patio - Window Locks  & SAFE     Guard piates  Kent Barbour 885-9183  environment  GIBSONS  CHRISTIAN BOOKS  2A-747 NORTH RD.,  GIBSONS  Store Hours:  Mon.-Sat. 11-5  Fri. 11 - 7 Ph: 886-4748  NeW Check out  Artist of the month display  Clearance specials continue  Many new books in stock  Sunshine Coast  March for Jesus ��� June 25  Ask at store for details  Come in and browse  IN APPRECIATION  The Goodwin family wish to express their sincere  thanks to many people in our community. So many of  you went br beyond what our expectations were.  To all who attended the gathering In memory of John  and made generous donations in his memory, sent  plants, cards, and baking, or got in touch personally.  Doctors Rogers and Biyson ��� St. Mary's Nursing Staff ��� Home  Care Nurses - Barbara, Cathy, Mary-Ann Cc Catherine ��� St.  Mary's Loan Cupboard ��� All Ambulance Attendants (especially  Wendy) ��� Sheilagh Murphy of Mobile Esthetics and Hair Care ���  Al and Staff of Furniture Land ��� Bruce Richmond C.G.A. ��� Hugh  Jones L.L.B. ��� lone of the Sunshine Coast Credit Union ��� Greg  Petula and Staff ��� Anne-Lynn Flowers ��� Sechelt Bank of  Montreal Staff ��� Brian Itftylvla tUckwell tod bakery staff ���  Peggy Ayer, Ruth Moot* MM le��M tttmt - A fob well done ���  Art Giesbrecht - Ml peat *tfc* of thi lathering  mtttnytoioim.but  to'friends of losh'  Natural materials enhance SCRD parks  by Jan DeGrass  This winter, two new foot  bridges appeared, as if by  magic, in Ihe Sunshine Coast  Regional District's Soames  Park. They are attractive, crafted  out of the yellow cedar common  to Ihe Coasl, and in harmony  with their woodland environment. The casual observer, out  for an evening stroll, saw no  fancy equipment, no sign that  workers had been on Ihe job  each day, other lhan the slow  steady growth of Ihe bridge  spanning the swollen creeks.  In Ihe last two and a half  years, six similar replacement  bridges have appeared in Cliff  Gilker Park, along wilh benches  and trail signs. Of course, they  were not actually produced by  foresl sprites. Instead, the hardworking SCRD parks crew,  made up of John Miller, Jay  Jares and Charles Hogg, is  responsible for all aspects of  maintenance, site developmeni  and minor improvements in the  regional district's 19 parks.  "This crew has design exper  tise in bridges," says supervisor  Steve Alexander. "Two have  extensive logging experience ���  how to fall a tree, notching and  cutting, consideration of stress  loads. It's like building a log  cabin. Bul mostly it requires  good common sense and creativity."  Alexander describes one  bridge in which support beams  hook onto an existing stump,  then swing out to join a handrail  ��� an engineering detail lhat  exactly suits its location.  "We use all natural, raw  materials, for aesthetics and also  for economy. No concrete or  metals."  Many of the materials are  'found' on site, either from  blowdowns, or recycled from  previous projects. The decking  may be purchased or it may be  hand-hewn shake blocks. Many  of the posts and beams are  scouted from driftwood on park  beaches.  Halfmoon Bay's Connor  Park displays improvements of a  different variety: Iwo baseball  diamonds, a soccer field and an  eight-lane sprinter's training  track.  The concept and design of  such sport fields and playgrounds also requires creativity,  says Alexander.  "You must consider what  surrounds the area, the availability of water or hydro, what kind  of apparatus is required and how  to involve the community so  that it reflects their needs."  Fortunately, communily  input is not difficult to obtain.  At the first sound of brush or  trees being cleared away, concerned neighbours are on the  phone protecting their home.  They usually relax on learning  lhal il is parks crew activity and  are happy to make suggestions  for Ihe location of benches,  trails or swings. Alexander  points to an example of a small  park in Grandview Heights  that's "just for Ihe neighbourhood lo enjoy."  Another successful parks  project involves the only truly  waterfront house on Ocean  Local Government  Awareness Program '94  You and Your Community!  Beach Esplanade near Gibsons.  Chaster House is a renovated,  re-roofed, old-timer lhat has had  new gutters, washrooms and a  canopy added. The former living room was enlarged to provide a meeting room, available  for community use.  ���This is one of a series of  articles for Local Government  Awareness Month, sponsored by  your local governments and Ihe  Sunshine Coasl News.  Sunshine Coast Raging Grannies rage again  The Coast's own Raging  Grannies, who will be performing at the Earth Day celebration  on Sunday, April 24 at Cliff  Gilker Park, will also be adding  to our tree population by planting a special tree as a commemorative Earth Day gesture. Following are a few lines from one  of their songs (sung to the tune  of Comin' Round the Mountain).  "Il's a happy Earth Day Party  You all come.  We will walk instead of riding  You all come.  We will try lo be good teachers  Working for all living creatures  Al our Happy Earth Day Party,  You all come!"  A reminder to the public:  there will be no parking at the  park lot, so please park on  Roberls Creek Road and walk  over. And lo drivers ��� please  nse extreme caution on the highway that day.   The raging Grannies, back in action for Earth Day.  I i    i >tt/fi  Planetary concerns range from foxglove to wolverine  The following are questions  to test your environmental  knowledge from the World  Wildlife Fund (WWF) Canada, in recognition of Earth  Day, April 24.  1. How many prescriptions  for pharmaceutical drugs contain substances of plant origin?  a) one per cent b) 25 per cent  c) 17 per cent.  Answer: 25 per cent. New  drugs continue to be developed  from active chemicals extracted  from plants.  That is one of ihe reasons  lhat culling down forests, bolh  in the tropics and here at home,  is so dangerous for our long-  term health. Who knows what  other miraculous substances  might be discovered in plants  The 16th ANNUAL AMI FOOL'S RUN is wer and  was one of the best yet. O/er 100 people participated in  the event with many more support people involved. The  chanses and improvements to the mn/walk reflect our  desire to continue to enhance the event, and in turn,  promote healthier lifestyles. It is very important to  recognize all the volunteer hours that go into the  operation of the events. We thank them all for their  efforts. There is also a long list of businesses which  directly supported the event with materials, time and  prizes. We would like to thank:  ��� GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES  ��� POLARIS PURE SPRING WAItt  ���TRAIL BAY SPORTS  ���REEBOK  ���GIBSONS PARK PIAZA  ��� SUNSHINE COAST COMMUMTY SERVICES  ��� LANDING HARDWARE (HOME)  ���BARGAINS GALORE  ���AU OCCASION HOURS* PLANTS  ���GIBSONS WINTER CLUB  ���IGA-GIBSONS  ���PHARMASAVE-GIBSONS  ���ROCKWOOD CENTRE  ���ALIBABA'S  ���MOUNTAIN HIGH CYCLES  ��� BERNADETTES  ���ECOSONIC PEST CONTROL  ��� GRANDMAS TOY BOX  We would also like to melton special thanks to the Coast News for their extraordinary  effort. Their materials and support were instrumental in helping generate a donation to the  B.C. Children's Hospital of close to $2,000. We are still receiving donations, and donations  can still be dropped off at Frontrunners. Please make cheque payable to the B.C.  Children's Hospital (no cash, please) and we will add the amount to our donation. The  Gibsons Teen Centre was also able to raise over $200 and the crowd certainly  appreciated the dogs and drinks.  All in all, a great event on a great morning. The run has continued to grow over the last  few years and we ��BSLnext year's event to be better yet. Finally, congratulations to all  those participartl mfM off the couch and took (many) steps towards health and  fitness See you all ��fVW Shannon Philllpi, Goidon Clayton   FRONTRUNNERS  now threatened with extinction?  2. What common garden  flower has a relative that helps  treat heart disorders?  a) rose b) foxglove c) daisy.  Answer: Foxglove. A relative  of the foxglove, Digitalis  lanota, is a source of digoxin,  used to treat heart disorders.  Unlike many active ingredients  from plants, which are synthesized chemically for mass production in drugs, digoxin is still  extracted from the actual plant.  3. The annual migration path  of the arctic tern is longer than  that of any bird in Ihe world.  How far does it travel?  a) from north pole to south  pole b) from north pole to Florida c) from noi'h pole lo Mexico  Answer: From north pole to  south pole. Bird migration is a  good example of why environmental protection is an international issue.  Even if we were doing every-  thing right in Canada, those  birds that summer here wouldn't  survive the winters if the forests  were still being destroyed in  places like Honduras, Venezuela  and Brazil.  4. It is a Canadian predator  that figures in campfire lore for  its mysterious ways and powerful jaws. Sometimes called a  'devil beast' and a 'skunk bear,'  what is this weasel's name?  a) wolf b) black bear c)  wolverine  Answer: Wolverine. The  wolverine's current range is  over much of northern and western Canada.  Settlement has forced it from  Ihe southern and eastern parts of  the country.  It is the largest land weasel in  Canada; wolverines are about  three feet long and weigh an  average of 40 pounds.  5. Which idiom best expresses why biodiversity is important?  a) don't cry over spilt milk b)  don't put all your eggs in one  basket c) don't put the cart  before Ihe horse.  Answer: Don't put all your  eggs in one basket. Biodiversity  means Ihe genetic variety of all  plant and animal species. It is  important because if we allow  some species to become extinct,  we are putting all our genetic  Wilh over 120 realtors  on the coait,  who do you choose?  i  \_____  mnnp   hp nnh  NEIL SANDY  -vii��aiiiamCmH)iiWnr  OHIOK(t04)Mt-M70 (24 hn)  Hom��(M4)MM3H  Van. Toll Ftm:U2-7392  IHtll   SANDYl  su^  REM*  lop ao" fealty I  Olbaefla Park Plait I  mafa***r** Ownad and Opwatad I  'eggs' in fewer baskets. That is  a hazard lo the future of the  human race because all life  forms interact and if we loose  some part from the chain, we  throw the whole system out of  whack.  6. One of the most magnificent river systems in the world  is the Tatshenshini-Alsek in  northwestern British Columbia.  In 1993, almost one million  hectares of the Tatshenshini  were designated a provincial  park and so protected from all  future development. What  helped convince the BC government to protect il?  a) Ihe premier loves canoeing  Ihe river b) a letter-writing campaign by thousands of Canadians and Americans c) an American military base  Answer: Thousands of letters. The premier's office lold  WWF they had never seen so  many letters for any conservation campaign...and they just  kept coming, bags al a time, for  four years.  People who want to save  some of nature for the future can  always take consolation in Ihe  fact lhat in our democratic system, letters count.  7. Powdered bear gall bladder is such a popular ingredient  in oriental medicines lhat il has  led lo the virtual extinction of  Asian bears. As a result, the  practice of 'laundering gall  bladders' has grown. Whal does  ihe phrase mean?  a) passing off dried Canadian  black bear gall bladder for an  Asian brown bear gall bladder  b) washing gall bladders before  they arc dried and powdered c)  substituting soap powder for  gall bladder in potions.  Answer: passing off a Canadian bear gall bladder.  Thousands of Canadian black  bears are being hunted for their  gall bladders which are dried  and smuggled out of Canada to  Ihe orient where they are sold as  Asian bear gall bladders. It is  illegal lo irade in wildlife parti,  but laws haven't stopped Ihe  lucrative irade. Over-hunting  could wipe out Canada's bean,  as il has Asia's.  ____________________________  mem  MM  _____ Coast News, April 18, 1994  (Si&soiS  feDistrictl  CHAMBER OF  COMMERCE  ft  th Annual Gibsons & District  Gibsons  Curling  Rink  Hwy. 101  rade  Saturday, April 23        Sunday, April 24  10am-7pm 11am-4pm  air  Adults $3  Students & Seniors $2  Children Under 12 Free  Official Opening - 10:30am Saturday  Mayor Eric Small assisted by Miss Gibsons,  Kristin Braun  IM!  Glen Greenside, a Husqvarna Chainsaw Carver  presented by Kelly's Lawnmower and  . & Sunday 2:00 pm & 4 pm chfll��MW Sq,M * s��rv,w  Fashion Shows ��� Upstairs Lounge * Entrance Fee .,   , ......   hable food items or cash donations H^Tt *"}*'* by *!  lor the Gibsons Food Bank Wbsons Ambassador Pageant  ..,.,���..    .���_    . Committee and Contestants  mi li  *     m.  j ..���   -     ....... 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Entries also being taken ai the Trade Fair this weekend  where our Home Team will answer any of your real  estate questions!  DH  IBM  mwii  ������I  )������  aTlf-   Sound  Ml> AR! MMI nam!  Howe  "Our goal 1$  to to the loader  in product quality,  employ��� safety  and  environmental  protection."  VISIT OUR BOOTH  AND  ASK US ABOUT:  ��� OUR EMPLOYEES  ��� OUR CUSTOMERS  ���OUR PRODUCTS  ���OUR ENVIRONMENTAL  ACHIEVEMENTS  ��� OUR COMMUNITY  SUPPORT  Howe Sound  Ml* III MMI 11*1111  ���    Vi ���'  ���'  Gordon Chailler  886-2740  Discover a new world..."Mobility"  Whether you need a cane lo steady your walk, a  walker lo provide more support, or a scooter to increase  your distance and independence, we can help. If you  nave trouble getting out of bed, the bath, or your  favourite chair, maybe even up and down the stairs, a  personalized home consultation will address your  specific mobility needs to improve the quality of your life.  See our booth ot the show.  **\f*%  We have been in ihe roofing business for over 20 years, fully licenced and insured wilh  WCB coverage.  We use qualily shingles from standard weighl right up lo the heavy  weight high warranty shingles. A new feature is the up front transferable Warranty lhat  includes our labour warranty.  As members of the Better Business Bureau, we stand behind our reputation of  dependable and reliable service. We do new work, reroofing and repairs, o free  estimate is yours for ihe asking.  The "Lomanco" Whirlybira Attic Vent is another service we offer. These vents have  dual bearings and a lifetime guarantee. These venls are made of no-rusl aluminum  construction and we can supply and install them to prevent condensation in winter and  keeps your home cool in summer.  Check out our booth at ihe Gibsons Trade Fair, where we will have sarnies of our  quality products, and will gladly answer any of your questions.  BRIAN'S ROOFING  ���   835-4660  .   ������   l.UJ^>.* ik   .1.   ���  .*  .���* )-. *-,   Uwll^ 10  Coast News, April 18, 1994  *��ssase TI**raPje  community  Francis  '\iitered Massage  george in gibsons  REFERENCE: Point Atklneon  Pacific Standard Time  For Skookumchuk Narrows add  1 hr 40 mln plus 5 mln tor each fl  ol ns* and 7 mln lor each ft ol (all  0 L ,t S S F 0 I II     PRESS     LTD  by George Cooper  Karen Boothroyd, who teaches dance in  Gibsons, is finding Ihe time she is at present  spending as an 'observer' of the Stratford  Festival's preparations for the theatre season  most absorbing, especially as she watches Ihe  choreographers at work.  The one greal drawback lo a slay in  Ontario at Ihis time, she has told her parents,  is the snow and cold lhal is still the predominant weather Ihere. As well as 'observing,'  Karen has held a class of her own in Spanish  dancing for a number of enthusiastic participants.  A postcard from Karen shows the stage  and sealing of the Stratford Festival thealre. It  was designed by the renowned Tyrone  Guthrie, the producer/director who founded  the festival in Stratford, Ontario in 1953. The  thealre "re-introduces Shakespeare's thrust  stage" surrounded by audience sealing on  Ihree sides. None of the seats are more lhan  65 feel from Ihe stage.  Each member of the audience can feel he  or she is in the midst of the play's aclion in a  theatre like this one.  Karen returns lo Gibsons in May.  Pianist  Among the children taking pari in our  Sunshine Coast Festival is 11-year-old Mark  Andrews who has made astonishing progress  in his pianoforte studies which began when  he was just Iwo years old.  Jessie Morrison, a teacher of piano for  many years in Gibsons, said to Mark's parents, Rick and Terry Andrews: "That boy is  ready for lessons" when she observed his  musical ability at thai age.  For the past several years Mark has been a  student of Ihe well known Vancouver teacher  of music, Edward Parker. Parker's nephew  and former pupil, Jon Kimura Parker, is an  internationally renowned pianist, soon to be  heard in concert again in Vancouver.  Mark Andrews will lake the Grade IX  examination of the Royal Conservatory of  Music this June. In January of last year Mark  scored highest in Canada in the Conservatory's Grade VIII examination and for this he  was awarded the Patricia McLean scholarship.  When he look Ihe Grade VI examination  at the age of nine, Mark was awarded the silver medal for the highest score in BC And in  his recent music theory exam he scored a perfect 100 per cent. Said his leacher: "This is an  extremely rare occurrence in this lest."  Gibsons resident wins national writing prize  A Gibsons resident has won  the grand prize in a nalional  essay competition co-sponsored  by the Canadian Association for  Community Living ar.d Ihe  Coast News.  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The grand  prize also included air fare and  admission to the game for  Robert, but he was unable to  attend because of prior commitments.  James will not be able to  attend the game, as she is currently travelling in Europe.  However, her partner, Bob  Osborne,'along wilh Coasl  News managing editor Larry  Marshall, will travel lo Toronto  to accept Ihe prize on her behalf.  James, 43, has been a Coasl  resident for seven years. James  is a "manager and coordinator,"  and has worked at the Rockwood Cenlre, Osborne said.  James' essay, along wilh 100  others selected from across the  country, also will appear in a  book to he published by the  Association. The Coast News  will also re-publish James' winning work.  Marilyn James, national essay  conlesl winner.  Local  Caregivers  to be  featured  on local TV  Caregiver issues will be Ihe  focus of an hour-long program  on Channel 11 Thursday, April  21 al 7 pm.  Participating in the program  with interviewer Lola Westell  will be Barbara Kannegiesser,  coordinator of the Sunshine  Coast Home Support Society's  "Who Cares Who Cares" program; Marcelle Highgate,  regional representative for the  Caregivers Association of BC  (CABC); and three members of  the "Who Cares Who Cares"  program's caregivers support  group.  The emphasis will be on  caregiver needs and issues and  the value of participating in a  support group.  Now Open  /4%t$U**  by Jan Benda  Showroom and Sales  Mon - Fri: 2 - 5:30  Sat: 10-5  1650 Field Rd. Wilson Greek  885-2125  ___________________ Coasl News, April 18, 1994  11  roberts creek  community  by Katharine Trueman  88S-2282  Activity, activity and lots of  it. This week, driving around the  Creek, I have seen many projects  on the go and nearing completion. For one, the Roberls Creek  General Slore is using the full  facilities and just about completed re-organizing the store itself.  The parking lot has been paved  and is ready for complete use.  The staff remind you thai lime is  running out for time capsule  items. A little further along construction at Ihe school is really  moving along and should be  completed in early May.  A new road has been constructed just off Blackburn and is  now known as Robinson. Apparently the area has been subdivided and soon houses will be built.  The lol on which Ihe historical  St. Aidan's Church sits has now  been sold and soon we will see  changes taking place.  The fire hall properly has also  undergone a real cleanup and  looks ready for landscaping.  *  sechelt scenario  by Deanna Lueder, 885-7365  The village is definitely getting busier both as we move into  Ihe tourist season, and with an  increasing residential population.  A friend recently went to have  his hair cut and was amazed to  have to park a block and a half  from the barber shop.  We've all been used to pulling  up in front of whatever outlet we  are visiting and Ihe adjustment to  a busier community is sometimes  painful.  We are grappling with many  problems as a community. Just  read the headlines: arsenic in  well water, sewage disposal,  Chapman Creek watershed, Port  Stalashen, SPCA, new highway,  increasing crime, racism, overlapping governments, McDonald's.  Every heading refers lo often  controversial issues or ongqing  problems which all suggest wc  are no longer, or maybe never  were, Ihe peaceful village so  many of us first fell in love with.  However, Ihey also suggest we  are a vital, concerned community  with many of our citizens trying  dockside davis bay  I have also noticed that the  RCMP have been busy on their  bicycles patrolling the area and  watching for speeders.  RCCA  Living in Ihe Creek is a real  treat especially if you have spent  many long busy years in the city.  The area is unique and certainly  has a style all of its own. Buy  hey, in order to maintain lhal  style, we must be prepared to  lend a hand, helping with the  upkeep, decisions and growth of  our community.  We are fortunate to have a  very hard-working community  association but unfortunately, we  do not have very many community members who lend support.  On Wednesday, April 27 at 7:30  pm the Roberts Creek Community Association will hold its annual general meeting and election  of officers. This is a perfect  opportunity for old and new  Creekers to come out to lend  their support and ideas.  Library news  Given all our talk of adult  books, you may have wondered  if the youngsters are neglected in  our book buying. Not so. A good  third of our budget goes to the  juvenile collection and it is in  excellent shape. If it goes  unmentioned...well, how many  small children do you know who  read the papers?  There are some specialized  groups: special-needs books for  the linies; special-needs books,  such as Going to Hospital or  Saying Goodbye to Grandma,  good reading for the subteens  and older; and a really fine collection for the preschoolers and  junior grades. Besides this we  offer a good range of junior non-  fiction, as a for-instance, considering Ihe time of year (attention  all you Little Leaguers), we suggest Belter Baseball For Boys  and Help on Being The Besl on  Ihe Baseball Field, which is  aimed at catchers, or How lo  Play Girls Softball.  Craft classes  Every Saturday from 10 am to  noon craft classes for five- to  nine-year-olds are being held.  Crafts on birdhouses, beadwork,  fridge magnets and much more  are being offered. Cost is $10 for  Ihe first child and $5 for Ihe second which includes materials.  Call Jessica at 886-3783 to register.  Community Interaction  There is a communily interaction conference being planned at  Ihe Creek elementary for parents,  slaff and other community members on April 28-29. The concept  will focus on The Whole Child.  The keynote speaker will be  Pat Holburn who has a background in leaching for many  years and is currently In-Service  Education Coordinator for the  Faculty of Education at Simon  Fraser University.  Holburn will address the participants on Thursday between 7  pm and 9 pm. Friday will comprise workshops with several key  people.  A luncheon is also planned.  For further information please  call the school.  PROJECT PARENT SUNSHINE COAST  will provide an Education/Support  Group for parents of teens.  Mondays, 6 to 8 pm  8 weeks, beginning May 2.  To register, please call 885-5881  Line dancers work the door Sunday at Desperados to the music of Ihe Graham Trim Band during a  Sunshine Coast Blues Society fundraiser for Victim Witness Services. The still-forming society has  an open Jam every Sunday afternoon that extends into the evening. Joel Johnstone photo  f*4H'&e***'d  MABWA.  TOTAL SHOPPING  7 DAYS A WEEK  All Chevron Products  883-2253  883-9551  8  ,      HOME HARDWARE  ItS     BUILDING CENTRE  To advertise in the  Pender Haitxxir  Directoiy call Janice  885-3930  HARBOUR  BOATTOPS  883-2929  Tops, Tarps & Covers  Upholstery & Repairs  sincerely lo develop good plans  and programs lo meet ihe needs  of our village.  The Suncoast Writers' Forge  recently held its annual general  meeting and a new executive was  nominated and acclaimed. Congratulations to new president  . Karen Phillipsand ttejpst of (he  executive. Th'^|jB<  special interest gioujJsln  community and if you'check ll  events calendar in the  Weekender, you will likely find a  group that involves your own  interests.  There are countless volunteer  groups as well, and in recognition of the many services volunteers provide, the Volunteer and  Information Centre is sponsoring  its 10th annual Volunteer Tea  Party. It will be held during  National Volunteer Week on  ^Wednesday, April 20 from 1:30  Z- A ^ M> Pm al ,hc lnJlJn Band  bill. There will be speakers-,  ���"' entertainment and of course,  refreshments. All volunteer  groups are asked lo invite their  members and to advise Ihe centre  al 885-5881 about the number of  people attending.  On Thursday April 21 from 6  pm to 9 pm, the Sechelt elementary school is holding its annual  Spring Fun Fair fundraising.  They are raising money to  replenish their gym equipment  and lo purchase computers and  tThis event v��llJ&talM J*,  obi ind it soandslike tots of  i (or all. There will be bingo, a  silent auction, fish pond and  other games and booths...also a  concession for the hungry and  thirsty.  MADEIRA  MARINA  BB3-2266  RECREATION  Pender Harbour  Golf Course  Visitors welcome  t /2 Milk Nomth or Garden bat rd.  HWY. tOI 883-9541  Pandar Harbour, B.C. 883-2630  LIVE BAIT ��� TACKLE SHOP  CONVENIENCE STORE  by Jo-Anne Sbeanh, 885-3629  A trip lo Ihe big city is no  longer a pleasurable excursion.  Instead, it is a mixture of  patience, terror and frustration.  Patience at the traffic lights  which seem to be al every corner, terror of the careless, irresponsible drivers who appear lo  have multiplied by tens.  The lack of courtesy is evident everywhere, in stores, on  ihe streets and certainly on Ihe  road.  We who were born, raised  and lived most of our lives in  Vancouver are sad lo see whal  the cily has become; but we also  realize this is what happens when  the population booms, real estate  soars and the almighty dollar  rears ils head.  Il's no wonder so many have  opled for the rural areas where  life is nol so hectic, traffic isn't  snarled all day, Ihree cars don't  go Ihrough on a red lighl, sports  cars don't change lanes four  limes in one block and people in  stores still take lime lo be cheerful, courteous and helpful. Let's  count our blessings.  Parent Advisory  The Parent Advisory Committee's silent auction/garage  sale is being held ihis coming  Saturday, April 23 from 10 am to  1 pm in the Davis Bay school  gym. Donations are still welcome. Please support this worthy  endeavour as all proceeds are  used lo buy equipment for the  school and its children. For more  info, please call Grele al 885-  5792.  The Davis Bay/Wilson Creek  CA meeling will be held on  Wednesday, April 20 at 7:40 pm.  Please note the new starl-up  time. To date, the speaker is  undetermined. For those who've  been inquiring, Ihe next potluck  dinner will be Sunday, June 12 al  6 pm al Ihe hall. Mark il down,  these are always a great success;  be part of it.  This coming Wednesday,  April 20 is the Sl. Mary's Hospi  tal Auxiliary merry-go-round  bridge luncheon at Sl. Hilda's  Hall. The $5 admission price  entitles you to a delicious lunch  followed by an afternoon of  bridge, plus 25 cents a ticket  buys you chances on the door  prize. This is a great fun afternoon; lunch is served promptly at  12 noon.  Speaking of bridge, 40 avid  players turned oul for the final  game at the hall last Friday. It is  now in hiatus until September,  much to the chagrin of those who  count bridge as an integral part  of Iheir weekly lives. I know  some people who play three and  four times a week. Much appre  ciation musl go to coordinators  Maria Chatham and Lois Fishleigh for a job well done.  Music festival  The 21st annual Sunshine  Coast Music Festival got off to a  flying start, demonstrated by the  enthusiasm of the performers as  well as the audience.  "Judging is going lo be very  difficult," said Lois Fishleigh,  chairman of the Festival Committee. "They are all so incredibly talented."  Fishleigh has high praise for  Ihe music educators and teachers  of the Sunshine Coast School  District 46. They devote so much  lime ��� much of it is Iheir own  time ��� to the teaching of these  young people. Two very dedicated ladies who come to mind are  Janice Brunson of Pender Harbour and Layle Kenyon of Chatelech. This festival is a very  ambitious undertaking and much  gratitude must be given to the  organizers, teachers, participants,  judges, audiences and lastly, the  parents who make it possible for  their children to be part of it.  This coming Friday and Saturday nights, April 22 and 23  you will have the opportunity to  listen first-hand to the highlights  of this festival at the Raven's Cry  Theatre at 7 pm. It will prove to  be a treat.  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The compactor/baler we bought could handle a larger volume of  cardboard than we were producing, so we decided to encourage the  general public to bring in their cardboard. We felt good about diverting  material away from the landfill, and decided we could do even more. On  July 1, 1989 we opened our recycling depot for our customers and  began collecting paper, tin, aluminum, plastic, glass and newsprint, as  well as cardboard. The depot to date has diverted approximately 1,800  tons of materials to recycling depots off the Coastl  LOCATED BEHIND CLAYTON'S AT TRAIL BAY MALL  HOURS: Monday-Saturday: 9:30 a.m. ��� S:30 p.m. Sunday: 11:00 a.m. ��� S:00 p.m.  ��� MEAT*-  Cut Horn Canada grade A beet  Outside Round  Rump Roast  1.93/kg  269 *  fresh Horn New Zealand  Boneless Strip  Loin Steaks *799Eb  17.61/kg ���,..;   Fresh pork  Side Ribs  5.93/kg -���   loan  Ground Beef  Mf/kg   2691b  2291b  Schneider's  Stir Fry Kit S49ea  470 g :.  *_9  Qtlmm'i bulk  European Wieners   099 lb  ���������o/m  O  Grimm's bulk  Pepperoni  0.00/kg   3991b  Select Bacon Q29 ea  500 g  ��J  Schneider's  Lunchmates ......   "|!f��ea  106 g   ]99<  Don Mkjuel ��� 3 varieties  Breakfast Burritos  199ea  190 g  A  FLORAL  African Violets       ]59ea  Carnations Q / QQ  SEAFOOD  Sole Fillets  11.00/kg   Crabmeat  8.80/kg   Salmon Fillets  17.61/kg   ��99 lb  3991b  7991b  "n PRODUCE *  Mexican sweet &|ulcy  Mangoes  ea  ��� Tl  Australian medium tlie  Yellow Onions AQlb  1.08/kg  r*%M  California choice, 138's  Navel Oranges QQ0>  .86/kg  e*9%f  CaHfomla #1 grade, new crop, while 81 red  Potatoes Qfi lb  1.94/kg  iOO  Mexican green flesh  Honeydew Melons    fifi lb  1.94/kg  tOO  We carry a good  selection of organically  grown produce.  Irish Potato Bread  454 g   ]49  285  219  Olll.   I<  Mocha Layer Cakes     C95  3*9  l19  Lemon Slices  pkg of 6   All Butter Croissants  pkgo(4...._.. ,���, ) ,,���,,.  Cranberry Muffins  pkg of 4   Homestyle Bread  4*40   DELI  With or without garlic  Roast Beef  sliced, 100 g   Smoked or regular  Chicken  Mood, 100 g   ]59  ]99  Ca|unorhert>  Ham  sliced,. 100 g..  JatopeAoor  Pizza Loaf  sliced, 100 g   BBQ Chickens       ��99  ]39  ea  We offer Choices with the  Environment in Mind!  Those are but a taw of the  Kerns that are available:  a Reduced Packaging  Carriage Trade Cereals  Bulk Foods  Spices - refill your own  containers  Avalon Milk - refutable  bottles  ��� Phosphate Free  Vancouver Only - laundry  soap  Down to Earth - laundry,  dish, fabric softener, all-  purpose cleaner  ��� Other Cleaners  "Nature Clean" bleach,  fabric softener, laundry  powder  i Unbleached A Recycled  Paper Products  paper towels, tissues, toilet  paper & coffee filters  ���Plus:  Mineable doth shopping  bags!  We offer 5t  credit when  you recycle  a bin) iSbJIll  it with  yroceries.  (Our policy  since 19119)  mm  ________________  onaHme  ______ Coast News, April 18, 1994  13  community  A fair collection of winners  Pender Harbour Secondary Students Sieve Wharton and Jesse Zacharias won bronze for their  computer program at the Vancouver Science Fair at UBC, April 8-9. Sharon Gibson won a special  award for creativity, and Graeme and Stuart Malcolm won the trophy for best new project in the fair.  Aleezah Charbonneau and Heather McKay took the Timber West Silver Cup for the best forest  related project. Other award winners (not pictured) Include track members Rolf Harrison, Danl  Thompson, and Kiel and Scott Bruce. Rachel Forbes placed third in BC for her Remembrance Day  essay. Roxanne Gregory pholo  by Frank Roosen, 883-2920  The PH Wildlife Society will  be hosting a very informative  meeting Tuesday, April 19 at  7:30 pm at the PH high school.  The guest speaker is none other  than Ihe founding director of the  Vancouver Aquarium, Dr. Murray Newman.  He will be presenting us wilh  a slide show and talk about his  experiences while he was a  director from 1968 to 1984, and  al the same lime launch his new  book: Life in a Fish Bowl: Confessions of an Aquarium Director.  Don't forget the Girl Guides  Ihis weekend with their door-lo-  floor sale W Friday from 3 pm-  to 6 pm and on Saturday the sale  at the PH plaza from 10 am to 3  pm. Also you can phone your  orders in to Patty at 883-9015.  On May 7 the PH community  club will have its annual spring  bazaar and more news on lhat  next week.  And don't forget: Naden Military Band on May 10 at 1 pm at  the high school.  Quit smoking  The PH Health Clinic will  help organize a support group to  help you kick the 'habit.'  Some of us have been kicking il for a long time but still  need help to keep kicking. So  this is another effort to help you  ������.otis,) iy.'i\' BffooM :  egmont news  There is already enough support to make it a definite go-  ahead.  This is your chance. Please  phone Ihe clinic at 883-2764  and quit coughing.  The PH Lions Club have for  sale a 1977 Grand Fury, nice-  looking vehicle, two-tone, six  wheels etc., a must-see for the  discriminating young buyer.  Just $800. Call 883-2392.  My English may not always  be what it should be, but all you  people can be happy very much  that I have learned a thing or  two since 1 got hired a little bit  by this here Coasl News, so I  can learn to talk lo you in letter;  on paper. <...     lilli'MUsi   ".   4 601     ���  |A|| .  by Maureen Parrott, 883-9189  Spring weather advances  with as much shilly-shallying as  a squirrel trying to cross Ihe  road.  "Shall I turn sunny? No, I'd  better rain. But on the other  hand..." If you don't like the  weather, wait a minute.  You can, if you like, use  Ihose indecisive squirrels lo  foretell ihe future. If one crosses  with its tail curled inlo a question mark, you're going to meet  a question you can't answer. If  it crosses with its tail stretched  behind, as straight as an exclamation mark, something exciting is about to happen.  Keep your garbage locked  up: bears have been seen around  Egmont and Earls Cove.  Prawns are scarce. They  aren't deep, they aren't shallow,  they just aren't here in the numbers one would expect so early  in the season. More welcome  wildlife news is lhat a pair of  loons has returned to North  Lake. They spend their summers  there, though they may not be  breeding.  Lela Griffith is looking forward to a visit with granddaughter Anne Hegglund. Anne and a  friend will stay here during a  week of practice teaching in  Halfmoon Bay.  Robert Bateman offered an  original sketch as one of the raffle prizes for Friends of Caren  and Ihe Tetrahedron Alliance.  Jenn-Air  Twin-Convertible Electric  Grill-Range Cooktop  ��� Downdraft ventilation for indoor  grilling /A  ��� Accepts optional grilUcooklop  <-"  cartridges and accessories  a Twin-convertible flexibility  ��� Energy-Saver grill element included  Mimi Line Modll Case.  iwlthopllmlcMttopci  (Model AIDS. Mack).  tllmlcMktopculiMgt  MfwL  MBHICQ2KW  Jenn-Air White  Gas Cooktop  Have we got  Chairs for you!  Consider one of the  WostapiMedatod8ites  of them all:  AIA-Z-BOY recline*  "#%"  BOWES'   Sechelt  Furniture Land  Best Value! Best Selection! Best Quality! Best Service!  You made us the leader in furniture & appliances on the Sunshine Coast  5605 Sunshine Coast Hwy., Sechelt ��� 885-5756  SECHELT  5528 Wharf Street* 885-2526  Coming April 29/30  P LocalTraffic^  Friday Night Supper Served 5:30-7:30 pm  OHM SUNDAYS U-ft/lUNOUS MON. ��� HI. Ill  TealgM General Meeting  Crib  Bingo  Wd,7pm  Meat Draw  GIBSONS  Hwy. 101 ��� 886 2411  Fri* & Sat. 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Saves More  Than Money  mi  ._,.....*.-:   ^ .  ������������*���-���-..**���,���  ��'-'f 14  Coast News, April 18, 1994  t  business  Sechelt Chamber on the move ��� literally  It will be 'all change' for the  Sechell and Dislricl Chamber of  Commerce this summer.  Al the end of June, the Chamber will move its business office  and operations into new premises  in the Royal Bank extension lo  Trail Hay Mall.  Chamber president Gordon L.  Wilson announced the move this  week, saying the new location  will belter serve current and  future businesses in the Sechelt  area.  Wilson also said that the  Travel Information Centre (TIC)  in ihe Sechelt Indian Band complex on Highway 101 would  continue lo operate there, year-  round, and that the Chamber is  currently negotiating its staffing  and funding.  He expects further announcements about the TIC lo be made  shortly. As for the new office,  the Business Infocentre (BIC),  operated by the Chamber, will be  sel up at Ihe new Teredo Street  location.  The Chamber has leased second-floor space above the bank  and Wilson believes that the  downtown location will serve  Chamber members well, and also  will provide a base for operations  of the economic development  committee.  BIC provides vital economic  informalion to companies seeking to relocate in Sechelt and  area, as well as aiding existing  businesses. "We are delighted  lhat our extensive search for new  facilities has been concluded.  Now, bolh Ihe tourism information and the business function of  the Chamber's mandate will be  fully met," said Wilson.  885-9502  Enhancing the Sunshine Coast for 10 Years  Residential, Commercial  LANDSCAPING  Now offering a knowledgeable, expanded service  specializing in garden creation, pruning, Stone work, ponds,  small tractor backhoe, automatic irrigation systems, all to  build your special landscape. FREE ESTIMATES  Interest-free business loans available to students  ���M1  Sean llodgins and Willian  Hung turned their passion for  roller-blading inlo a profit.  The-long time friends, now  bolh 22. organized a training  camp for roller hockey last summer. The camp was an instant  hit.  "Wc had lo hire extra people  to help us handle all Ihe kids who  were registering," says Sean.  Why would roller hockey be  so popular in the summer?  "Imagine enjoying everything  you like about hockey, but outside on a warm, sunny day,"  Sean replies. "There's nothing  like it."Sean and William are  only two of the many students  from across Canada who take  advantage of the Student Business Loans program. Every summer, hundreds of Canadian studenls profit from Iheir ideas and  earn money to continue iheir  studies wilh the help of Ihe program.  All cars are the same* and  any Tom* Dick or Harriet  can service them.  _____________& <rr ' '  i  \  1994 Chrysler Intrepid  Should you trust Chrysler's advanced technology to just anyone?  The best way to protect your investment is with Chrysler trained  technicians and Chrysler Five Star Service.  I ^CHRYSLER  FIVE STAR SERVICE  1994 Dodge Caravan/Plymouth Voyagti  1994Jeep Grand Cherokee  [lUBiroFLA^HlTERl  MM FIVE STIR MMIMTEE'  1$ A Jl 9 9 "����W WHEN PROMISED... OR VOU DON'T P��fl"  I  _U m H Includes ��� Up to Sl ol Mopoi Premium OH ond Mop* Film                                  1  __W ^_____ nl inspection                                                          _  ____m^***_W environmentol choige                                                       I  ^^^*     ___l ^^m " ____!" fiosiCMj' (ojjiv^jes, tWJo^oils^^^   ^^J  CHRYSLER  Vlymoutfi  Jeep Eagle  Nobody knows your Chrysler vehicle  like your Chrysler Dealer.  SKOOKUM CHRYSLER  HIGHWAY 101, GIBSONS ��� 886-3433  CHRYSLER  Dodge  Jeep  Eligible students can borrow  up to $3,000 in an interest-free  loan to help with the slart-up  costs of their business.  The Student Business Loans  program is open to students 15  years of age or older who are  legally entitled to work in Canada. Applicants musl attend a  Canadian high school, community college or university and  intend to return to school this  fall.  The Student Business Loans  program operates under the auspices of Human Resources  Developmeni Canada and the  Secretary of Stale for Training  and Youth as pari of Challenge  '94, Ihe federal government's  summer employment program  for students.  Student Business Loans are  available in BC, Saskatchewan,  Manitoba, Alberta, Quebec,  Newfoundland, the Northwest  Territories and Yukon.  The number of loans and jobs  created have increased steadily  since Ihe program was launched  in 1985. Last year, 1,113 loans  totalling $3.05 million were  granted, representing an 11.9 percent increase in the number of  loans and a 13.5 percent increase  in the amount loaned over the  previous year. These loans  helped to create 2,427 jobs for  studenls in a variety of businesses, from landscaping and lawn  maintenance to a roller hockey  camp, a judo camp and rickshaw  taxi service.  In BC, 172 Student Business  Loans were authorized for a total  of $445,368 helping students to  create 357 jobs.  Applications for Ihis year's  loans are being accepted now.  Application forms and a Guide to  Applicants are available at any  local branch of Ihe Canada  Employment Centre, the Royal  Bank, National Bank of Canada  or the Federal Business Development Bank.  Parking  dilemma  tackled  Sechelt's parking problem  will headline tonight's (April  18) Economic Development  Committee forum at Rockwood  Cenlre.  "That is one of the initial  focuses, parking is quite a problem in downtown Sechelt and  we are addressing that issue  right now," said Gordon L. Wilson, president of the Sechelt and  District Chamber of Commerce.  The committee will review  the feasibility of re-designing  parking facilities and lots  around Sechelt with the assistance of a consultant.  Consulting work will likely  be split between a group on the  Coast and a company from the  Lower Mainland.  "It doesn't really do us much  good to bring in a group of consultants out of Vancouver thai  really don'l know (he community or Ihe Sunshine Coasl at all,"  Wilson said.  There is no public parking  presently available in Sechelt,  aside from two-hour parking  along Cowrie Slreel.  The Ministry of Highways  has insisted that parking be  eliminated along Teredo to  ensure thai the road is maintained strictly as highway  access.  Wilson said Ihere are opportunities for development of  parking lots and/or a parkade on  properly available in ihe downlown core, behind businesses  located on Cowrie Street.  The meeting begins at 7 pm.  m Coast News, April 18, 1994  15  sports  SUNSHINE COAST  MINOR HOCKEY ASSOCIATION  would like to thank aH our sponsors,  donors & contributors for the 1993-94 season  WE ARE GRATEFUL FOR SUPPORT  FROM THE FOLLOWING:  SPONSORS:  ��� Sunshine Janitorial  & Maintenance Service  ��� Gibsons Building Supplies  ��� J. Wayne Rowe  ��� Pacifica IDA.  ��� BA Blacktop  ��� Trail Bay Developments  ��� S.C. Lions Club  ��� S.C. Credit Union  ��� Howe Sound Pulp & Paper  ��� Midway Powerline Services  ��� Interfor  ��� Royal Canadian Legion #140  ��� Pollock Contracting  ��� Forshner Bros. Trucking  ��� Paperworkers Union Local 1119  ��� S.C. Motorcycle Assn.  CONTRIBUTORS:  ��� Fiedler Bros. Cunt.  ��� Robert Allen & Co.  ��� Sussex Realty  ��� Econo I toe Custom  Backhoe Service  ��� Dub* Oil Sales  ��� Royal Canadian Legion #112  Royal Canadian Legion #21!)  Coast Cablevision  Maedel Petroleums  Jack Cewe Ltd.  S.C. Insurance Agencies  Sechelt Esso Service  South Coast Ford  District of Sechelt  S.C. Regional District  Weldwood  Sechelt Indian Band  Trail Bay Sports  II&R Block  Peninsula Power & Cable  Gibsons Lions Club  A. Stars Sports Club  DONORS:  ��� McCourt Contracting  ��� Peninsula Alarm Systems  ��� F.A.B. Logging  ��� Royal Canadian Legion #105)  The Gibsons Rugby Club (Pigs) hoist their newly acquired Vancouver Cup.  Jennifer Norton photo  Gibsons Rugby Pigs wallow in victory  Just in case you missed it in last week's  Coast News, we believe it's only filling lhat  we return you to the sports news trough and  inform you thai Ihe Gibsons Pigs Rugby  Club won Ihe Vancouver Rugby Union Division Three championships.  The Pigs accomplished Ihis feat after a  stellar 16-win, Ihree-loss season, a powerhouse 24-10 stomping of the Kitsilano Kats  in the VRU semi-finals April 2 and wrapped  up the VRU with a nail-biting 10-6 clincher  over Ihe firsl place-finishing (15-1) Capilanos.  It has yet to be determined where the  April 23 Lower Mainland Championship,  with the Pigs and representatives from the  Fraser Valley and Vancouver Island Rugby  Unions squaring off, will be played.  It has also been rumoured Ihe games may  be played at Langdale.  Stay tuned to the Coast News/Weekender  and we'll lei you know if you should be  flocking down to Langdale to cheer the Pigs  on to yet another championship and another  step toward the May 7-8 BCRU provincial  title game.  ��� Also, the Coast News would like to  apologize to Pigs player Dave Strom for  crediting him with authoring the last story in  Ihe newspaper. Strom, who reportedly  played the best game of his life during Ihe  final, didn't write the article. It was penned  by Andrew Frizzell.  Money 'dumped' on Sprockids  for bike park outside Gibsons  by Christine Bodt  An old regional district dump  will soon be 'recycled' as a  hang-out for elementary school-  aged mountain bike enthusiasts.  The Sunshine Coast SptbaH-  ids Bike Program has just  received a $5,000 grant from  the Outdoor Recreation Council, a provincial agency that  screens applications for the federal government's Active Living and Environmenl Program.  The funds will be used lo  build a mountain-hike park at  Ihe dump site near Stewart Road  in Gibsons, Tie Fraser, one of  the Sprockids directors, said at a  meeting on Thursday, April 7.  "The park will give kids the  opportunity to ride bikes safely,  recreationally, away from the  hubbub of traffic," Fraser said.  "Wc didn't want kids to get  bored going around and around  the playground. The park will  give kids a safe haven to ride  in."  Currently, Sprockids is only  at Gibsons Elementary, but the  club will be introduced to other  Coast elementary schools.  Sprockids will lease the land  from the Sunshine Coast  Refional District (SCRD). The  eight-hectare former dump has  been capped, and proper  drainage installed.  "We've now got the task of  making it suitable for mountain  bikes," Fraser said.  "We want to have Ihe park  up and running by mid to the  end of June."  Sprockids hopes to develop  the park to provincial park standards. Fraser said it could  become a popular family and  tourist attraction. "To our  knowledge there's nothing like  this in the province. We've got  tremendous support from Ihe  provincial and federal government."  Plans for the park include  washrooms, picnic areas, parking, bleachers, a terraced riding  area and a trail system. The estimated budget is $16,000, and  Sprockids hopes to raise more  money with a raffle, and to get  local businesses and individuals  to donate heavy equipment use  and time.  "We always need lots of volunteers," Fraser said.  If you were 75 years old,  healthy and strong, and  you knew you were  needed more than ever  would you let anything stop  you from being all that  you can for those  people in need?  __m  Institute  l�� tht Blind  BC - Yukon Division  ALWEST HOME SERVICES  BLOW OUT SALE  ALUMINUM  STORM DOORS  2 1/4 Manor Doers  Sole Puce $319 So* $63  1 5/8 Tri Lit* Doors  SAftra $264 Sat $90  1 5/8 Self Storing Doors  Sole Pr�� $215 So* $35  2 1/4 Self Storing Doora  SolePiice $250 .o... $104  f^ssal****  tarn***  lis***  ,**"**  While quantities last  All sales final, no tetutns  #8-5530 Wharf St ��� Sechelt, BC ��� 885-4572  ���t  years  -a  ... Yes, that's the combined number of years of real estate -�����  EXPERIENCE of our staff! All seasoned  professionals willins to offer their knowledge & expertise.  Call us for a..  FREE MARKET EVALUATION  of your home or property.  SUSSEX  REALTY  Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt  Phone: 885-3295  or Van. Toil-Free: 681-7931  PUBLIC SERVICE INFORMATION NOTICE TO  REALTORS, LAND OWNERS, CONTRACTORS AND  ENGINEERS CONCERNED WITH LAND DEVELOPMENT.  If you own or are involved in proposed subdivision of land you should be aware of the  following:  1 The present zoning cannot be relied on. The size of the proposed lots will be  determined by the Environmental Health Officer.  If you have at least 38" of permeable soil cover you may be subjected to much larger lot  sizes than anticipated. Do not forget to dig 12" square perc test holes (not round ones)  to comply with the regulations.  2. If you or your predecessors have distributed the original native soil cover in anyway  (cleared the land, or drained it, or removed old buildings or built trails or driveways or  landscaped the property) your application may be rejected out of hand.  Thar* are no official "guideline* with reaped to lota to be created" on aubdlvidable  property. All remedial measures as outlined in the guidelines for established lots will be  discared as irrelevant.  If you have a natural water course and tributaries on your property it may be "alienated"  by means a Restrictive Covenant barring future owners from the use not only of its  channel, but up to 15m. on each side of the top of its banks as well. (In my view this is  tantamount to exploration without compensation).  You may also be required to fence off that entire area and future owners will be  responsible to the Crown for its undisturbed reliability forever.  3. While your application is being considered, behind "closed doors" by the inter agency  executives (who may nevertheless have been influenced by parties opposed to it) you  will not be invited to explain or rebut any such undisclosed objections. You may instead  be stonewalled until hard lines have been taken.  Your application will be considered by officials who hopefully will exercise faiur and  appropriate discretionary powers.but who are naturally commited to their own narrow and  uncompromising mandate.  The chances of 6 or more agencies each with their particular concerns to defend, arriving  at a general concensus for the greater common good are slim.  You may have to wait a Ion time for this to happen because there is no overriding  coordinating agency.  4. Meanwhile, your application may be stalled, and undermined until new regulations  come into effect, and your previous efforts based upon existing guidelines will the have  been for nothing.  5. Due to human imperfections, discretionary powers are sometimes applied differently  by differing personalities who, as a result, then hold different views, therefore, there can  be no absolute uniformity, based on actual merit and proper scientific assessment.  6. Guidelines are not specific laws which should be known in advance. Discretionary  powers are presumably appealable, but we will all know that this is another unnecessary  expense.  If, as a result of the above state of affairs, you also find yourself in the same predicament  as I am in, please fax me with your name, address, phone number.  If enough parties are interested in re-establishing law and order in the subdivision  application process, instead of continuing to rely on the expertise and hoped for  Impartiality of officials who have been assigned awesom, arbtrary and dictorial powers  (which can break you at will, regardless of the facts) I will call a general meeting and  advise you of it's time and place later.  This notice has been paid by  A.V. Andrews, Fax. 886-2093  ____\__  .VftM  ���il  �������?-^___ 16  Coast News, April 18, 1994  Five Things You Should Know  About Kemano Completion  Alcan's Kemano Completion Project (KCP) in northwest British  Columbia is the subject of a B.C. Utilities Commission public review  that began last November. Alcan respects this process and is a full  participant in the proceedings. This month, the third phase of technical hearings will examine the fisheries issues associated with this  $1.3-billion hydroelectric development. We recognize that most British  Columbians will not have the opportunity to attend hearings being held  in Prince George and Vancouver. That's why we're initiating a 1-800  Information Line to help you follow the facts about a project that is  important to B.C. and to Alcan.  You should know, for example, that:  1    ���  .-A''*  *     "       '      l  {'   m_J 1 aa**���*  m  /     |��\            W-2* ���  Rah experts hava been at work oa tha Nachako Him for  15 year* to make aura salmon stock* will be protected  under tha Kemano Completion Project  KaamayOam. haih 40 years ago. it oaa at tit* largest rock-  filled derm in the world.  :  Tka aahmag pawathomaa ht hailt hnH* Mt Dakota; only  tha tatiama it riiQfi aataUa lha aevantai*.  1 Alcan is legally bound to protect  Nechako River salmon stocks.  Since 1979, when it announced its intention to proceed with KCP- the second and final phase of the original  Kitimat-Kemano project, Alcan has twice redesigned the  project to meet environmental objectives.  The first redesign was voluntary. The second resulted  from an agreement with the governments of Canada and  B.C. that assures the maintenance of Nechako River  salmon stocks. Today's KCP provides a program of protection for Nechako River salmon that is one of the most  sweeping environmental obligations ever imposed on a  public or private company in Canada.  2 KCP involves no new dams or flooding.  KCP is the completion of a hydroelectric development begun 40 years ago. As a result, the dam and  the reservoir are already in place. Water from the existing  Nechako Reservoir will be used to power four new generators at Kemano, in addition to the eight currently  installed. This means that less water will be released into  the Nechako River, but the project has been carefully  designed to ensure that lower water levels will not  ���' I  interfere with other economic uses of the river.  In fact, Kemano Completion has fewer environmental  effects than any other hydroelectric energy project  available to the province of B.C.  3 KCP is the cheapest power available  to B.C. Hydro.  Because of its unique natural configuration,  Kemano is one of the most efficient producers of  renewable hydroelectricity in the world. A 20year  sales agreement between Alcan and B.C. Hydro states  that until aluminum markets warrant expansion of  smelter facilities in B.C., Alcan will sell KCP power to  B.C. Hydro to help meet energy needs in the province.  According to B.C. Hydro, KCP power will save the  province about $450 million over comparable energy  options during the life of the sales agreement with Alcan.  4 KCP provides enormous  economic benefits to B.C.  In addition to the energy benefits KCP brings to  the province, die project will have injected more than a  bflSon dollars into B.C.'s economy by the time it is complete. For major construction projects, Alcan's ptactogk.,  to break large contracts down into imalleranpsq��p��  whenever poMible go that local final l��aw)��rH)l��<W��  *aa I*** set i|mc i uio MM4JV awfmmm*a^aws^.^^^^^m.a^^u ^^^b  \u\i*jMmw^m*^*mmmas\^*ffa*Q_^  [JemHmto&Mtlmel  5 KCP is half built  Alcan began construction in 1988, after  receiving all necessary approvals from Ihe  province of B.C. and the government of Canada.  Construction was halted in 1991 as a result of a  legal challenge from aboriginal and environmental  groups. More than 1,000 people lost thdir jobs  when the project shut down. The Supreme Court  of Canada ultimately dismissed the legal action,  confirming Alcan's right to proceed with KCP  However, the project remains on hold, pending the  outcome of the B.C. Utilities Commission review.  With more than $500 million already invested in  KCP, Alcan is anxious to reassure British  Columbians about the environmental quality of this  project. Hundreds of construction-workers and  thousands of people working for B.C. suppliers and  contractors are anxious to see work resume.  And, since KCP is half built, the energy from  the project can be brought on stream three years  after construction resumes.  Over the coming weeks, the fisheries  science on which KCP is based will be  presented to British Columbians at the  BCUC public review. Alcan hopes that the  people of B.C. will follow these proceedings and make up their own minds about  KCP, based on die bets.  ���ml  tl  ���  If you would like to  know more, call  1-800-94ALCAN  1-800-942-5226  Alcan is a Canadian company with 44,000 employees around the world,  13,000 of them in Canada. In British Columbia, Alcan employs more than  1,800 people. The word ALCAN and the Alcan symbol are registered trademarks in more than 100 countries and are synonomous with aluminum the  world over. Alcan's largest aluminum smelter is in Kitimat, B.C. This year,  the Kitimat plant celebrates 40 years of progress in British Columbia.  ALCAN  ***�� Coast News, April 18, 1994  Minor ball hits homer with 500+ players  irCAilSfl  Sale Ends  May 8  See our instore flyer  The 1994 catch phrase is  "great team effort" as more lhan  500 young ball players and Iheir  90 coaches hit the diamonds in  the Gibsons area last week when  the Gibsons Minor Ball Association's (GMBA) season opener  was held at Brolhers Park on  April 10.  The Rotary Club's Jim Ling  threw the firsl ball of the season  in honour of the Rotary's dona-  lion for the soon to be built bat-  ling cage at Brothers Park. In  addition to the cage, the GMBA  has also purchased a portable  generator lo operate the pitching  machine, purchased last year.  GMBA president Rod Lucas  says, "We're mobile now. The  machine can go to the players  and other fields. We're not lied  down by a plug-in."  The pitching machine is  credited wilh giving the association the edge to bring home Iwo  1993 provincial titles (Peewee  and Bantam divisions).  Lucas extends an invitation  "lo come watch some good ball-  playing any night of Ihe week.  You don'l have lo be a parent or  ball-player to enjoy the game.  Games are held at Brothers and  Cliff Gilker Parks, and at Cedar  Grove, Gibsons, Langdale and  Roberts Creek schools.  Mosquito and Peewee: The  two most important criteria for  Ihis division is equal team  strength and age distribution.  The next consideration is that  there is a minimum of three and  a maximum of six players from  any one school. The reason for  this is to ensure fair competition, help offset personality conflicts from children who attend  the same school, to enable chil-  Mliwr ball schedule  Gibsons Mosqultos coach Dick Scott feeds balls into pitching  machine for batter Carly Gilham. Ian Cobb  dren to meet children from other  schools, to reduce absenteeism  caused by a school field trip; to  offset heavy or light registration  from one area or another, the  availability of coaches from different school areas.  Bantam and Midgets: Team  makeup is based on player ability. No system of team makeup  totally ensures balanced learns.  There are a variety of reasons  for this. They include everything from the growth spurts of  t  DIVISION  Midget  Bantam  Peewee  i  Mosquito  Tadpole  MiniTad  AGE  15-17  13-14  JJ-12  ��� ii  9-10  7-9  5-6  # of TEAMS     GAME NIGHT  10  10  Mon, Wed, Sat  Sun, Tue,  Thurs, Fri  Mon.  Tues.  Fri.  Sun, Wed  Mon  Mon  Tues  Thurs  8 Mon  Wed  FIELD  Bros. 3  Bros 3  Bros 3  Oil 2  Bros 2; Gil 2  Bros 1; Gil 2  Bros 2  Bros 2; Gil 1  Lang 1; Gib 2  Lang 2  Gib 1,2; CGr 1,2  Gib 1,2,3; CGr 1,2  Gib 1,3; CGr 1,2  Gib 1,2,3; CGr 1,2  Ihe 12- to 14-year-olds to Ihe  unassessed ability of rookie  players...or even lo how Ihe  individuals on a learn relate to  each other, to coaching methods  and the player's response lo that  method and other influences.  Season openers  In the Brothers Park season-  opener Roberls Creek Legion  defeated the Gibsons Lions 6-5.  Granl Lilley was Ihe winning  pitcher.  Coastal Roads 7-Dales Aulo  Clinic 4.  The highlight of this game  was right-fielder Selema  Molidegi's remarkable catch.  With Iwo runners heading for  home in the final inning,  Molidegi leaped into Ihe air,  stretching to catch a high fly-  ball.  Coastal Roads 2-Roberls  Creek Legion 2. Nick Ridgewell  got off a good clutch base hit to  bring in Iwo runners. This was a  good game lhat went a full  seven innings. The lie-breaking  inning couldn't be held because  of darkness.  Tadpole division  The season opener was held  at Langdale April 11.  Canfor 18-Dargatz 15. Mark  Stewart hit a home run and had  six RBI's.  Gibsons Family Sports 25-  NRS9  Renco 23-Bayside 16  Ernie & Gwen's 16-GBS 13.  PetroCan 25-Bayside 19.  Jamie Bland hit a home. run.  Renco 15-Canfor 11. Brendan Webster had two home  runs.  No reported games for  Mosquito, Peewee and Midget  divisions.  Winning coaches are urged  lo report game scores and highlights lo Roz at 886-3430.  Please be prepared with the following information: your division, the date the game was  played, team names, the final  score and any game/player highlights.  Any parent who would like  to become actively involved  with the executive/administration of the GMBA call Sue at  886-2708, or if you would have  any suggestions as to how to  improve team makeup or other  aspects of Gibsons Minor Ball,  including letters of support for  more ball fields, please write to  Rod Lucas, President GMBA,  RR1, S8 C47, Gibsons, BC VON  1V0.  VARIETY  FOODS  ��  NATUREWORKS Wilson Creek (IGA) Plaza  Nutrition Centre .nc.  S&  A BIG THANKS  to all the volunteers...  You're the greatest!  HELP THE  Thrifty's   P0QQ  GIBSONS \*�����/  Donations    B86-2488 or Box 596  . . . Community JtAidwlt]e . . .  DENISE OLSON  886-8847  ... o(Je����g . ..  pmatd classes  kome/liospltaJ midwife/iy cane  LOGS  WANTED  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  Competitive Prices  886-7033  Karate club keeps  on chopping away  The Halfmoon Bay Karate  Club managed to kick ils way to  an impressive two-medal performance at the annual Gimaha  Karate Organization tournament  in Vancouver Saturday, April 9.  Halfmoon Bay's Sean Robinson, 13, won a bronze in a lightly contested battle in the boy's  green belt division, and nine-  year-old Heidi Miller garnered  the bronze in her girls' white  belt category. "There were over  250 competitors so we did really  well," slid club instructor Ben  Robinson. The tournament attracted competitors from as far  away as Kamloops and Salmon  Arm, ranging in age from six to  40 and over.  Rounding out the Halfmoon  Bay learn were Marcus Reigh,  Trevor Paul, Justin Paul, Nathan  Robinson, Roy Miller, Drew  Proach, Brell Donald, and Liam  Gadsby.  Club members will attend t  province-wide, all-disciplines  tournament in October in Van-  Give your ad more Ka-boom  Want to see a spectacular performance?  Then get a Network Classified Ad  and watch your sales take off.  How does it work?  Network Classified ads appear In the over  100 member newspapers of the  B.C. & Yukon Community Newspapers Association.  That means your ad will have a  circulation of over 1.7 million households.  If you want more bang for  your money, call this paper at:  886-2622 885-3930  or call the BCYCNA at: (604)669-9222.  (MMM HWK HMD ��� ����* l��M ��� VWCOUWM IM. ���������� ��� fA*. MMM  Here we grew again!!  RE/MAX "top 20" Realty is pleased to welcome  Suzanne Dunkerton  to its growing team of Professional Realtors  Suzanne coma lo RE/MAX wilh  13 years of Real Estate experience  Including 5 yuis as a top producer  with her former company.  She is a present member of Ihe  Multiple Listing Service Medallion  Cub, and past member of Ihe  Diamond club.  Suzanne recognizes thai success in  the Real Estate indusiry is only  achieved through a long term  commitment lo outstanding service,  integrity, and hard work.  She invites all her past clients and  those who want only the best level of  service to contact her at her new office  (886-2670) anytime.  Chances are we're going to sell your home.  Why not call us first?  24hr 886-2670        Van toll free 682 7592  Larry Posey of NR<S'  Gibsons Realty  WELCOMES the  HAMONS as the new  owners of the WATER  SHOP located in the  courtyard of the new  Wharf &L Plaza.  The WATER SHOP sells top-of-thc-line  PACIFIC (Swimming Pools, &ps and  (Supplies. Bring this ad into the  WATER (SHOP to meet the  Hamons and they will  give you 10% ��ft your  pool and sp chemical  purchase.  Tired of cloudy and sandy  drinking water* When you bring  ad into Uie WATER SHOP you  can purchase a water purifying system  for 10 % off. You'll always have clean and  pure drinking water - for a fraction of the  cost of bottJed water.   ^r.  CUP 'N' SAVE  mtamtm_m_tm  -  ..'.'..: ^ ���-'    ������-...���" . .-.<������.���.* -_^^ .���     ' ��� ��� - Coast News, April 18, 1994  Industrial     AUTOMOTIVE       Marine   ���"  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd  1061 Hwy. 101, Gibsons, B.C. 886-8101  ^     Miin.-lci.fc-6 Sal t___ 10-y  D & P CONCRETE  PLACING & FINISHING  Residential awl Commercial  ACI Certlflcd  Denis Turenne       Paul Dcsautcls  886-0340 H85-5492  GARRrS EXCAVATING  OWNER: CARRY MUNDELL  TondwnDump.SandaOrawd  1 IMKomatautxcavator  4aOMnBMraw/HM  S^tkMdiAToolu   lOXHOIHOM  <*pd��thiMM�� 886-7099  For Ihe finishing touch  Eric's Drywall  ghrrt us a caH  885-6052  SECHELT RADIATORS "  Complete Catting System Service Centre  I   i'l   i   I   c   I  1   c   I   I   I   I   i   i   c   I   I   I  w, Kq-.iii ,* k, |.i !<���!,. tiniei Com, * Chu Tunki  AUTOS TRUCKS TRACTORS INDUSTRIAL MARINE |  y New UlCll * Krlilllll - lilt MCI A Dcllvrcy  X t  t  t  i   i   i  i  i   i   i  i   t-^_*mA__te     '  ���  .119 S.C. II��y. *~=z  S. MADILL CONTRACTING  All lypai ol concrete work.  Sidewalks, driveways, slabs - smooth, broomed,  exposed aggregate finishing.  ��� EFFICIENT  * REUABLE  PROFESSIONAL"     "*EE ESTIMATES  CARPF1 & UPHOLSTERY CLEANING  PHONE 885-4258  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  ��� KITCHENS �� BATHROOMS ���  Thank You  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you Tound them in  .    The Coast News    j  V. ~-^te*a%\s)*eta%aatt*a*aA��A-���s*/  A ��� T ENTERPRISES: Cwntmotlwi SotIm*  SArelna The Coeet Sine IMS  ��� CUSTOM HOMES  ��� ADDITIONS  ��� RENOVATIONS  r. wono. aox na, qibsons, i.e. von ivo  Fastrac backhoe*  TSUOONO SERVICE  ���SEPTIC FIELDS  ���DRAINAGE DITCHES  ���EXCAVATIONS .��� ...   ...  ���WATERLINES CAT4U  4X4  ���clearing       STEVE JONES   886-8269  J's Heating Service  Oil Furnace Service & Repair  886-9710  fvftfWE ESTIMATES  W-Jflfa  2 BROTHERS CONSTRUCTION1!  'Celawtmamss  i   l |i isaiiii inWJi  FKEESTIMATEH   KJBCAT SBMOS AVMAItf  y ^_     885-0942 camy ____[  SAVE OH eUUDINO COSTS  by PROFESSIONAL CONTRACTING  Building residential homes since 1957  with management or contract  885-6281 or 1-733-0725 (collect)  Reo Contracting  DRYWALL, VINYL & CEDAR SIDING  Free Estimates ��� Robert (Bob) Osbom  R.R.2, S-9,C-17 Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0   Ph: 886-9531  f  DENNIS MULLIGAN  Plumbing & Hasting Ltd.  24 Hr. & Emergency Service  \\   Bus:886-8572 Home:885-7085Fax:884-5392/J  EAm____a_muLm(S  Furnaces. Fireplaces. Hot water Tanks.  QUALIFIED DEALER ��� NATURAL GAS INSTALLATIONS  call now m-7iii  Showroom: 173 Poynt Rd. Cibsons  mte iMfliiopNMnt  CONCRETE SERVICES  W ENCO  I^T CONCRETE <***&_��  SERVING Tl IE SUNS/ IINE COAST  Rpcli-MIx Concrete ��� Sand & Gravel  Curbs e\ Liners ��� Seplic Tanks  JUMI Ml���A       FOX 886-8113       BB. ,,M  *ZfL~ll*      Box 314 Gibsons     885-7180  Gibsons von ivo sechelt  IMIVHUTHCXCMMNG  ��� Land Clearing & Developmeni  ��� Excavating ��� Trucking  ��� Subdivisions  We otter a full line ot  Sarvkaa aHth our  HITACHI EXCAVATOR  Our Customer Service Is  prompt with professional  work il competitive rates  .Kan Birkin ��� 885-7487 ��� Cell. 6714411  G.M.S.  Excavating  Gunner Chiietiensen  celM4S740M SSC7RR1  Olbeons, BCVON 1V0  MECHANICAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE CLEAR     ^  Pumps le Water Treatment  ��� Sen** M CommtrcM*RMMertM  Puwp ind Water Tratntcnf Needs  Call 883-9793 or 886-0614  H.  ENTERPRISES  THISTLEDOWN INTERIORS  Wall Stencilling ��� Scmliun  Custom Design ��� Interior Painting  ' Paper Hanging ��� Colour Cnnnihant  Robert ft Jeanne Lowe  V     P.O. BOX 571. GIBSONS. B.C.V0N1V0 Mt-034*        J  MOBILE WELDING AND FABRICATING ��� MECHANICAL REPAIRS   STEEL ��� STAINLESS ��� ALUMINUM   iiavwo ctg roarac, asam* aaao cowacwuc now wouitmc*  ON THE tUMW* COAST I  ______&      886-3231        __%__)  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  W��tCoa��t Vinyl  Wstcrprooung  OUALITY VINYL SUNDECKS  Erik Ntllstn S8S-0707  I0 YEARS'EXPERIENCE  R.R. #1. Field Site. C-42  Sechelt. B.C. VON JA0  STIHL  Chainsaws & Trimmers  Swanson' _  ���Ready-Mix Ltd.  FfM TW M.1T OF 1E1VK t\\  mfm  885-9666  885-3333  MjgMaMJ  3 Batch Plants on the Sunshine Coast  Gibsons ��� Sechelt ��� Pender Harbour  Box 172, S4I7 Burnet Rd., Sechell, B.C.VON 3*0  Gary's  303C AZ *EWiCE  2 B0KXT8* TRACKS-raMCS-l TON OUMPTOUCK  E)CMirwra*LA����GAnNO*MCKnUMa*ETC.  PLUMBING  WIL0W00D CONTRACTING  Bobcat Swvict  Landscaping ��� Snow Removal  Bush Clearing ��� Grading  Driveways ��� Backfill  Randy 885-4146  CUSTOM BUILT  SPIRAL STAIRS  DAMIR   8864)988  PAUL'S PLUMBING A HEATING  Remodellin3 ��� Burst Pipes  Hot Water Tanks ��� Plugged Drains  Box 1977, Giosons,  B.C VON 1V0  11**410  fil  . v-*.*rt .i*J.**aj~  ^ijf-- Coast News, April 18, 1994  19  Take Advantage of our New Classified Ad Special  Run yowr classified ad 6 times  and pay for only 2 times!  ^**m^^^^mm^Ammm^^^mm-M*Mm________m_________^  Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  FRIDAY AT NOON  ***-* Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  1-   Homes &  Properly  Unbelievable value: $183.000.3  bdrm, 2 lull baths, lam. cm., living,  dining rm., 5 appl., oil heat plus  new wood slove. New cool, 1/2  acre lully lenced corner lol, land-  scaped beautifully, fruit trees, gar-  den area, greenhouse, small  20x12 cottage wired/heated. 1 blk.  lo Hallmoon Bay School and  packs. Call anytime lo view. 885-  0558. ss  ~\*iiir  ChildreirsMbspital  Homes &  Properly  odvco Park Home. 1993 model,  12x35 spacious and beautifully  appointed. Located at Langdale  Heights R.v. Village, a new lully  serviced adult pack, 2 miles east ol  Langdale leery terminal. $35,900.  886-2182. mew  Privale Sale - Qibsons, new ocean  view home, 2560 sq. It. on 2 levels, 3 bdrm. plus derVbdrm., lamily  room, 2 1/2 balhs, gas heal and  fireplaces, 7 minutes to terry.  $278,000. No GST. 886-4964.11 Be  Thinking of selling your home??  / can assist you in making your  home more saleable, with low  cost decorating ideas by  Patricia LeDuc  GOLDEN DREAM INTERIORS  toll free pager 1-977-3255  Tttxtiei "pcxutKcccil Serviced fitc.  THE MORTGAGE SPECIALISTS  MORTGAGERS (BORROWERS) NEED HELP?  MORTGAGEES (LENOERS) WANT YOUR FUNDS PLACED TO  WORK THE BEST FOR YOU?  J.R (Jim) MUNRO  8864831 PAGER  886-3753 FAX  ���GIVE ME A CALL FOR EVALUATION AND QUOTES'  SUNNYCREST MALL, GIBSONS  Consumer Video mi for your 48  hour preview or for mi Brochures on  ��� How to sell your home  ���How to buy a home  ���For sale by owner  ��� From tenant to homeowner  ��� When your listing expires.  For personal service and solid advice  Call John Goniaga  Terror responsibility^  W��ASE CHECK YOUR MON IHE FIRST DAY IT >W��A*S  AtWtJMn ore cukad to listen coreMv oi ol odj plocad by  telephone   ore   completely   read   bock   verifying   requested  classification, start date, number of insertions and a copy content.  We take extreme core to avoid typographical errors, hovwver, in  the event of an error, we are responsible airy (or the firsl incorrect  insertion of on od. We do not assume any responsibility lor any  reason for an error in an ad beyond t�� cost of ihe od itself.  R��portony��m��rlMMEDIAmYby<alinaU6-2622  sor U5-3930 ��� Monday to Friday 9 ojh. to 5 pjny  fggigg  Ai any of our convenient  Friendly  ������ People Places mm  DEADLINE IS 3 00 PM THURSDAY  In Pender Harbour  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES  Francis Peninsula Place 883-9551  MARINA PHARMACY  Pender Harbour Centre 883-2888  In Halfmoon Bay  B*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   1.  Homes &  Property  W. Sechell, lovely 2 bdrm. 2 lull  balh modular home w/lamily loom.  D/R, nook and 4 appl. on .61 acre  lot on SS. Csl. Hwy. w/partial view,  zoned R3. To view 865-3737 oi  665-4602. ss  ANDERSON REALTY  ��� Ricrtitlon ��� Retirement  ���Relocation  FREE  CATALOGUE  5686 Corniest, Box 1219  SecheH. BC.. VON 3A0  685-3211 fax aeweM  Van. Toll Free I  W. Sechell lot lot sale, nice neighborhood, possible view, cleared,  level, culvert In, sewer t water to  lot line. Asking $76,500,665-9040.  ���17c  1.  Homes &  Propeily  Five wooded acres, Langdale  area. Creek & some view,  $135,000 lirm. No agents al all1  686-4714 ss  COSTARICA  3 serviced 1 hectare term lots bordered by a tropical park, swimming  river, view, mins. to Pacific while  sand beaches, $26,500. Owner,  885-5157. ss  For Sale By Owner - Halfmoon  Bay, 3 bdrm. panabode house plus  cabin on parklike 1/2 acre lol. F/P,  woodslove, 1 and 1/2 balhs, 2  decks, near school and Sargenls  Bay. Asking $198,000.885-5944.  ss  ROBERTS CREEK  4 bdrm. home with haidwood and  slate floor throughout on private  .67 acre. Two car garage, workshop and potential revenue/in-law  suite. Zoned R2. $259,000. please  call 665-2253, no agents,      ss  7.   Announcement  ��� 7   Announcei  2 bdrm. view condo F/S, D/W,  laundry, Assumable mortgage  below present rat*, no GST.  Immed. occupancy. Asking  $92,500. Reply Box 409, c/o Coasl  Newt, Box 460, Qibsons, BC. VON  IVO. ��17w  Sechelt Village, 3 bdrm rancher,  w/w carpels, 5 appl., 885-9904,  865-2159 after 6. No agents  please. '16c  3 bdrm home centrally located in  Qibsons. Family oriented area.  $155,000,666-3573. #16c  House and 5 1/2 acres on prime  Qibsons location. Priced to move,  $220,000 lirm. No agents please.  665-7464. ss  Craftsman built cuslom view. All  new 2 bdrm, 2 balh, 2 decks. Custom cherry kitchen, beautilul  antique woodwork, wood windows  and unique detailing In and out.  Landscaped level .42 acie lot  w/lawns, stream, pond and privacy! Country seclusion 15 kms to  Sechelt. $209,000. No agents.  Details 865-2649 or 863-2687. ss  Kim Walls and Dean Thomas are  pleased lo announce the birth ol  Iheir daughter Larissa Raelene  bom on March 26,1994, weighing  8 pounds, 6 ounces. Proud grandparents are Wendy Fllzpalrlck,  Dean and Sandra Thomas. (16c  SPENCER: Ron, passed away  peacefully on April 14,1994 In his  79th year. Survived by his loving  wKe ol 54 years, Dot; his children  Terry (Joyce), Colin (Hazel); Jaci  (Jim), Karen (Wally); 9 grandchildren and his brolher, Oliver. He  was a very kind, devoted husband,  father and Poppa, and will be  greatly missed. No seivice by his  request. In lieu of Ilowers, anyone  wishing to do so may make donations lo the 2nd Iloor, Palliative  Care, St. Marys Hospital, Sechell,  BC. #16c  CLASSIFICATIONS  Announcements  Appliances  Autos  s  /^fll  Barter & Trade  18  *%  Bed and Breakfast  Births  30  2  [GREAT  Business and Home  VlDEAy  M  Services  38  Business Opportunities 38  Campers  ChildCare  2B  37  ��� ���. ���  Commercial tor Rent  32  Entertainment  33  tt^^^B  For Rent  For Sale  31  21  Obituaries ���  Found  11  3  Free  16  Personal  ���  Furniture  20  Pets & Livestock  12  Garage Sales  17  Recreation  ���  Heavy Equipment  Help Wanted  22  34  Storage  Thank You  36  6  Home & Property  1  Too Late to Classify  40  In Memoriam  4  Travel  14  Legal  41  Trucks  24  Lost  10  Wanted  16  Marine  26  Wanted to Rent  26  Mobile Homes  27  Weddings &  Motorcycles  Music  26  13  Engagements  Work Wanted  6  36  Investigating A  Real Estate  Career?  Need assistance with  the Real Estate  Pre-Ucensing Course?  Call Rob Gill  Sales Manager  NRS. Sechelt Realty  885-2235  Level 1/2 acre corner lol, Mossy  Rock Road, Roberts Creek.  $102,000 no GST. Sale by owner,  no agents please. Messages 885-  0677. new  RARE QUALITY ACREAGE  Great Ocean View, extensively  improved, well Heed and wilhin  walking distance to Sgts. Bay  Marine Park. This acreage Is in a  growing large lot subdivision with  two driveways to access upper and  lower sections of property at  $155,000. Lot 23 ol Leaning Tree  Subd. will not last long! Call Dave  946-7655 or pgr. 1-679-4042. ss  In Lowly W. Sechelt  Great 3 bdrm. 3 balh lamily home.  Oak kitchen w/eating area, tap.  dining im. living rm. W/F/P and  den on main floor. All bdrms.  upstairs - Ige. master hat ensuite  & walkin clout. Nicely landscaped  fenced backyard w/deck Shot tub.  All appliances included and w/w  carpeting throughout. $210,000.  Sale by owner. No agents please.  739-4100Vanc. ss  Gambier Island. For sale by owner.  Beauliful 6 acres, 2 bdrm character  house and separate studio, 1 1/4  acre ol garden area 1 new  orchard, stream, 10 min walk liom  lerry. $275,000. Cal 686-3214. ss  MOSSY MCK  Roberts Creek. 1 1/4 acre at and  ol cul-de-sac. Oat, hydro, water.  $125,000.886-8691 ��16c  Commercial lot scroti Irom medical building. $95,000.965-0412  ss  New 1 bdrm cabin, 'move' lo your  property. Plumbed, wired and Insulated. Fridge, stove and extras.  Jusl move in. 186-2751 M*e.#19c  4 bdim lamily home w/1 bedroom  suite, W. Sechelt. Qood investment. $163,900 obo. 865-5764.SS  7 Announcements   113. Music  PRIVATE TUITION  Fully qualified expeiienced teacher  available. Adults, high school and  elementary studenls. 886-8468  1210  BEADING  WORKSHOPS  Beaded Rainbow  Bracelets  Apr. 21 6-9)>m  Native fringe  Earrings  Apr. 23 9 am-12 pm  Begtmcrt  Loom Beading  Apr.276-9pm  HURRY! Booh now  '$&��.. TaTri i - X ���*'.>  1 ���:    l#"ft  AST BEAD & CRAFT, Gift Shop.  Phcre 885-9271  Women's Drop-in: All women welcome. Monday, 3-8pm; Tuesdays  1-6pm. Rockwood basement.  Women's Resource Society 865-  4068. tin  ELLEN BESSO  TRAGER*  Relaxation for the mind  vTa��"       *lhe tody  Jt      ��� Trager  "GJ,    ��� Acupressure  -���?    ��� Reiki 1  ��� Therapeutic Touch  Release tension & emotional blocks  in a safe, nuturing environment  Specializing in  women's heahh  8864274  Dorothy Ann (Husby) Nahanee  Missing you bulk's a blessing just  knowing you are In the master's  care. Love you always.  MomJDad 116c  In loving memory of DARR1U  STEVEN SYMONS who died suddenly April 17, 1993. Remembered  dearly by Iriends and students ol  Rizar Aviation ol his poettre energy and dedication. Whote specW  way touched ut tl. Ws never had  a chance to tay goodbye.  High Flight  Oh, I have slipped the surly bonds  oleeith,  And danced Ihe skies on laughter-  silvered wings;  Sunward I've climbed and joined  the tumbling mirth,  Ol sun-split clouds-and done a  hundred things  You have not dreamed ol-wheeled  and soared and swung  High in the sunlit silence. HoVring  there,  I've chased the shouting wind  along and Iking  My eager cralt through footless  halls of air.  Up, up the long delirious, burning  Mm  I've topped the wind-swept heights  with esq grace,  Where never lark, or even eagle,  And', while with stem, lifting mind  IVetrod  The high untrespassed sanctity of  space,  Put out my hand, and touched the  face ol God  ���John Gillespie Magee  MWUMII  onus  Qibsons guy looking lor discreet  friendship. Male lo male. Mo outdoors, cards, video nights. 25-40  I'm 30. Reply Box 415. c/o Coast  News, Sox 460, Qibsons, BC VON  1V0. ��16c  Would Ihe driver ol a while P/U  truck who witnessed an incident  between a lerry workei and a dark  grey car at the passenger unloading area at Langdale lerry. Sun-  day, Nov. 28 al 2:30 lerry please  phone 666-2101. ��i7w  Women to Women  Are you a woman who enjoys long  drives. Sunday brunches, a man  that will open Ihe door lor you. take  you shopping without a lussi  Handy al fixing most anything,  honest and reliable. My male friend  Is 36. never married, no children.  N/S, no hangups. He is looking lor  companionship and friendship  Please wrile Box 1787. Sechell.  BCVON SAO. ��17w  Qay and lesbian support and  social group on Ihe Sunshine  Coast. Write Box 1619. Qibsons.  BC lor into. ��i9w  Counselling lor individuals, couples t families. Call MARY LANG  MSW., R.F.W.. 686-6144. Support/consultation lor step lamias.  IIM  I HAVE THE ANSWER  Are you looking lor extra energy?  Put some pep In your step and trim  rat. excess weighl and inches. No  exercise Involved. Guaranleed  results. All natural herbal products.  686-3067. ��17w  CRU1SEAND LEARN  SAIUNGVACATIONS  ObutaC.Y-A.  certification on  a five-day  cruise nl fun  and adventure  in the Cull  Islands or on the Sunshine Coast  on a brand new Catalina 34'.  PH: 921-5864 FAX: 921-6872  STEPPING STONES...  Shadow Baux Lane  Visit us at the cutest little  store in Sechelt  885-8922  Bethel Preschool Is accepting  early registration tor the fall. Open  house, at the preschool, Apr. 23  from lOam-noon. #16w  Breakaway Drug Abuse Sociely  needs you help! We require good  used couches S collee tables and  tax dedudaMe cash donalions. If  you are able lo help us PLEASE  ctjB^jggjeM,    ��i6w  B.CRPA  FITNESS MSTRUCTORS  COURSE  WN be oflered al FUCo Weil, Saturday, April 9,16,23 and 30. This  comprehentkre count can certify  you at an aerobics or ttrtngth  training Instructor (usually only  available In Vtncouvtr). Cill  Roslyn lor information, 6614606.  Mfe  Pagtr* 1-9794665 or  Robert gUGAQteom 8664467  SdtU Coder Rent* AvfMt  COMPLIMENTARY  FACIAL/MAKEOVER  . A complimentary makeover  lhal creates the effect you  want - nalural, career or  dramalic.  ��� A glamour look lhat  perfectly complements  your colouring and  wardrobe preference.  ��� Makeup application  techniques lhal will  enhance your features.  ��� Mary Kay also has a skin  program designed for your  skin type.  iSt-MARV KAy  MCI K> f��n MMOT AOVKf  Yvome Valancius  886-4643  _____*_n_*le^  BODY-MIND ACCUPRESSURE  and or reflexology. Relieves stress  S tension. Call tor tppt. Arleigh  666-9234. ��16w  ALCOHOLICS  ANONYMOUS  865-8208,24 hour line. tin  Does someone In your family have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  686-9903, 685-7464, 686-9059.  Al-Aleen 886-2565 or 885-7484  nc  Sunshine Coatt  Transition House.  A sale place tor women and children in crisis. Free confidential 24  hour service. 6654944        tfn  8. Recreation  MAI FEST-LEAVENWORTH"  May 14-$38, pp.. also  "HOT DEALS IN THE CITY"  3 Day Portland, July 4 -$180.  Plus Renoir. $159 Bleck Velvet  MO-0511. 121c  9. Weddings &  Engagements  SPECIALTY WEDDING CAKES  Made h order, rentals available.  Mary-Lou 885-9250. ��17w  Alexander and Margaret Buchanan  are pleased to announce the  engagement ot their daughler  Karen Margaret to George Winter  Watson, son ol Robert and Christa  Watson of Sardis, BC, April 6,  1994. ItfJc  Cassio electric keyboard w/AC  adaptor 6 instruction book, hardly  used, $80.880-4772.        #18w  Banjo 5 siring, Qibsons Master  Tone. RB250,1960's. $1650 obo.  666-2699. #18w  VIOLIN-VIOLA-CELLO  Expeiienced siring teacher and  conductor, lormerly with National  Capital Music Academy, Ottawa,  Carleton and Fiontenac boards ol  education, now accepting students. All ages and levels welcome. Private or group instruction.  Redrooffs. 885-1066. #17c  QET RID  OF THOSE  UN��fiaiED  IN THE  COAST  NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS!  Boat tor Rant-26 It steel diettl  cruiser, work or pleasure. Vtry  sffordsUs rates, up ta At plsten-  gers. 685-9250. I17w  makes It ney to res* fattening 0nd nM mt|e ^ 2 yri M  foodt. Succees guaranteed Call win happily chew anything green,  Bodytrim I6S-4762 Herbage OH-  blackberries a special 666-9196.  f1��*  IITw  BODYWORK  ofxrimx n pn*v of grams  8I50U7  kadi Ave, lobe* Cue*  day & ewnng ups siatatk  Coast Clippers  AD breed pet grooming  Call Linda for  an appointment  Mollys.Lane  COMPUTER WSTRUCTWN  Al home or�� work, ont on ont. or  a group Call Jell 886-8095. tint  MARY KAY  To ditcovtr Iht ntw you. cill  Yvonne at 886-4643 for your  FREE makeover and facial ��18w  ���. OUT Of VOX  hzapMhazam  rttmae*  , 885-3935  (Mieyomi the realms  Oul of Ibis world  Celtic jewellery,  mystical lactase,  clotb^VK/Europe India  Prices from as low as S2il  layaway available  Step In and lost yourself  In a shopping aperimcr  New boy's size 4 basketball jacket,  red, basketball on back, at Trail  Bay Mall, Mon. April 11.685-6490.  116c  Siamese cat w/tabby markings,  blue eyes, ringed tail, ���Lister", losl  Easier wknd., Sandy Hook area.  686-7282 or 665-3244, Kelly .116w  Men's prescription glasses w /  lealher case. 885-4019.      #16c  Reward: Lost beige flowered cotton bag containing mail, etc.  Cowrie �� Daly Apr. 14.885-1933.  ���16w  Albino cockalltlt. 4 mos. old,  aviary raised. $35 each; 2<Wayold  albino and grey cockaliels, just  weight and Inchet nowl  r|ght ,��� ^ r���,|ng g, ,Kh  Ntw herbal Itt 665-0575. 116c  Piano Tuning  m^  'repairs  jj_% ' *WP*-***>  Kin Dilglelsh  886-2843  Sunn Coliseum, 300 watt bass  amp, 2x15 cab. $650 obo. 886-  7761. #16c  Upright piano, tuneable, playable.  $300 ObO. Call 886-3877.    ��17w  12v amp, 9v mixer, 2 mikes, $90;  propane house lurnace, $200.  866-0163. ��16c  Hammond electric organ wilh  instruction and music. Open to  offers. 866-2131. ��16w  1967 Clavlnova CLP-50 Yamaha  electronic piano, lull keyboard,  w/stool and light, $1600.666-3214.  ��16c  Guitar and bass lessons with Mick  Bryant Irom beginner onward. Creative and enjoyable approaches to  suit the abilities and prelerred  styles ol the student. 886-8916.  #17c  Antique upright piano. Clinton.  Ivory keys, metal sounding board,  beautiful sound. $1000.685-9306.  tins  Fabulous "Around the World" light.  Free seminar, Seniors Hal, 3 pm,  Thursday, April 21. Sundi, 885-  2964. ��20c  Reno Legion, bus, April-May.  Coatt pick up. ITS. 885-9501,  FWly tabby, young, Hopkins Landing irtt, white net*. 686-2428.  ���16w  |Jala   -1----  -^ Luiwi  I If ��� ��� ��� ��� t  Ot  mm ginger cv round ntKresi ot-  viewy. SPCA shelter 1637. #i6w  Bicycle helmet, black, Bon-  ntobrook. 886-2678. #16w  Oregon Shakespeare Coatt but  tour, 7 days, June 7.685-9501.  116c  Non-smoking but leaving Sept. 4  to Reno. Smoking but Sept. 24.  Mutt know by end ot April to hold  rooms. Phone George 886-2137.  ntw  Escorted 15 pus, 6 diys. Banff  Rocky Mm. tain. 965-2964.116c  OOQ SITTING  My homa or yours. Pups welcome.  6654250 #16c  Milt lib retriever X, to good  home Lmvi message, 885-6049.  ���17c  Belgian Drill Hoist, 17 HH. gliding, 16 yrs., includes hirntts,  $1350 665-7430 SS  Responsible person will sit your  pet. your house or mint, SlOO/wk  886-7738 lv mess H7w  Shtphard X puppies lor sale $50.  665-7033 ��t6c  Ahean Pygmy goals, kids born��  Christmas. $75 to $200. reserve  nowl Some adults ind breeding  pairs nM. loo Great gentle pets  and brush daartrt 663-2990. ss  Hiy - $2.50 per ball, ordinary -  $4.00 sweet ind well cured. 886-  2960. Il6w  MAGUS KENNELS REG.  Since I960  Dog 6 CM Boarding  'Science Diet* pet foods  Dog Obedience Classes  WANTE0: Seamstress' drill  form. $20 -$25 range. ASAP, 885-  3930 days. 886-3015 eves. 118c  WANTED: Books t magazines  for tht elderly. Preferably large  print, novels I picture books. Contact Elizabeth Simpson wk. 866-  2622 hm. 886-7355. tins  Older family station wagon in very  good cond. 6654007.      H8w  WANTED: Dock with styrotoam  floats, reasonable, will pick up.  964-7030. ��17w  WANTED: 30' white piopane  stove, also environmentil loilel.  921-6217. #17w  Better truck P/U. $800 or less. hr.  mess. 240-2013. ��16w  Traitor pad in Roberts Criek, suitable lor 26' travel trailer. Annie  68S-2622days tfns  Ustd gat lawn mowir In good  1.885-0991. tin  1984 GM p/u cab, lasl chance  belore scrip yard. 685-0755.��i6c  4 burntr tltctrlc stove, working  cond. 665-7703. H6w  Fiee lo good home, with room lo  run, male German Shepherd. 1 yi.  old. loving lo children, cats and  dogs, bul Is not streetwise 885  7319. 116c  One year old roosters, 885-9669.  ���16c  Adorable, fluffy, silver tabby. 10  month old kitten has lull shots,  needs loving home. 886-3051.  tfns  Huge homemade wood stove,  ideal lor communily room. 885-  6180. ��16w  17. Garage Sales  Lol 71, Merrill Crescent. Pender  Cameo Singles Club. Crib, lun-  u . ..,..._ .. , chtons, potluck dinners, dancing,  Haibour. Ready lo budd, septic In, ,,,,,��� JZ5_ cm i�� m* >ae  flnanckig. 883-9597. -    "**. tamping. CaO lor ��ilo 866-  0954 or 885-5384  Gibsons Scouts Fundraiser, cedar COOL RUNNINGS  4 fir hedging trees, approx. 46 It.   One Ion truck available lor hauling,  tall, somewha, spindly. $1.50 each,   rubbish removal, moving, yard "f ���*" *"��� ** J* __Lt___2_\_[l *J  "' pet, and lower strings. Arranging, Sechelt Seniors Hall Apr. 23,11-3.  Orders taken lor delivery, phone   maintenance, rotolilling, odd jobs, composition, and jazz theory. Plant donalions welcome ��� rear  886-7923. #16c    685-3917. tfns Blaine Dunaway. 8851086 ��21c door delivery please ��16w  ^MM  ��� ���    .      i '  *     ��� i    ,  --  ' ' 21. For Sale  Furnilurt, original artwork, jewellery findings, Fimo, plus lots  more.. Sat., Apr. 23, 9am-1pm,  1534 Islandview Or Woodcreek.   ��16w  HUGE OARAGE SALE  "One man's junk is another man's  treasure.' Last year we had everything Irom tubs to teapots. Check  out this year's selection! Christian  Lift Assembly, 730 School Rd.,  Saturday, April 23.10-2.     ��16w  ANNUAL GRADY RD QARAQE  SALE (LANGDALE) APRIL 23,  IM. ��16w  Sandy Hook, 6223 Coracle Drive,  Sal., Apr. 23,10-2. Baskets, Jenn-  Air cooktop, double sink, taps. etc.  ���16w  19 Appliances  4 yr. old almond slove, Iridge.  washer *, dryer, excellent condition, $1200 the lot. B85-2705J18C  QE almond recond. range, $325.  Janet 885-5240. ��l8w  6 It. round cedar skirted/FG hot  tub. Comes w/pump. cover, stairs  & tub cover, $1300 delivered. 886-  4930 eves. ��16w  Freezer 54x27, $150; black desk  chair, $50; adding machine, $10  883-2661. #16w  2 bicycles, men's ic sp., ladies 5  sp., exc. cond.; 16' chainsaw,  Poulan in case, like new; swivel  rocker, exc. cond. 886-9669.��l8w  Mac SE 4 mg H.D ��� 40 mg T.-BU,  keyboard, lax modem, $1250.  685-2995. ��18w  Tablesaw, Boice crane mono master 220/3 phase, 10' blade, heavy  duty, $1000 obo. 886-2699 #18w  Tire 5-L-78-15, $100, palio dooi,  alum., 6'x8'x6', $150; exercise  bike 1 rowing machine. $150,885-  7715. ��18w  H/D ail steel trailer, good wooden  rack, spare wheel S2 tires. $350.  885-3166. *18w  Small truck canopy, $100 obo;  temporary power seivice, $100  obo; powder blue loilel, $15; 2  shell 4x12: 4'x12' plywood work  bench, $50. 4-burner range. $25.  965-2288. #17w  FIREWOOD  Dry seasoned split and delivered,  $120/cord. 886-7774. I17w  For all your  renovation needs call  BRUCE RANDALL  CONTRACTING  ���Residential  ��� Commercial  * Free Estimates  Call Bruce t___9_9  Metx Appliance  ��� Repair  Repair to all makes of  major appliances. Sales  ot good used appliances  with warrantees.  Call Harvey at 686-9959  Located next to  Patra Pizza on Hwy 101  Gibsons  IOOITOLUMIM  POITAJIE BAND SAW  Mia SERVICE WILL  COMETOTOUHWOPEinY  TO CUT YOW LOGS  ������8*0270  Kenmore H/D washer i dryer,  while, $220 set 885-6166  f18w  24' While Weslinghouse range,  $75 Obo. 686-6206 all. 6pm ��17w  QE 15 cu. fl. harvest gold fridge,  exc. working cond.. $250. 863-  9925 ss  Qibsons 14 cu. fl. 2 door dost free  fridge, white, $429; Kenmore  almond 30' stove automatic, $359;  Gurney 30' white automatic stove,  $289.; Kinmort 2 dr. f free  almond, 26"w x 63"h, $449; Kenmore almond, 2 dr. (free, 32*w x  65"h, L hand door, $479; Inglis 24"  almond slove, $289; McClary  auto, multi-program dryer, $199;  Viking heavy duty dryer, ntw,  $269; Kinmort h/d apt size auto  washer, white, $299; Inglis Sterling pott, d/w, $259; and more. All  appliances recond. w/90 days to 2  yrt. wtrrtnty, parti 1 Itbour.  Bjom, 865-7897 or Corner Cup-  boad 865-4434. ��16w  Will buy used oi non-working  major appliances. Bjorn 885-7697.  ���16w  tl cu. ft. deepfreeze. Kenmore,  $175 or offers. 866-3793.    #16c  White fiidgi1, MwWi8.9cu.lt.  $486 6664316 #16c  White Inglis washer, $175; gold  Kenmore dryer, $90 886-3517  ���17w  King bid plut skirt topper and  sheets, exc. cond , $195. 886-  2633. ��16w  Wanted Chesterfields, arm chain,  tables, single bids, work disk,  etc. Rie EJknghim. 685-2144  ���18c  Six-drawer dresser in good cond.  6664871. tfns  Soli ind chair, crtam coloured,  good cond. $225 185-7930 #18c  'Almost New'  Rollaway bed, $450; walnut cnmtr  curio, $450; small sola, 2 seal,  $300: matching reclintr/rockers,  $500/2; oak bedroom sute. 3 pee..  $1800 666-0964 ��17w  6 pee. bedioom suite. $450; rollaway cot. $50; single bed, $100.  6664561. ��17w  Office chair, arm chairs. D/R chair.  $5-15 885-3930 ths  8 fl. sofa, light brown. $100 665-  7601. ��17w  Malacca Rattan dining rm. suite.  42* round bevel glass top table. 4  swivel chain, like new, 1/2 price al  $800; 2 love seats, matching swrv-  el rocker, $250 886-0360   It7w  Antique dining room libit. 4  chairs, china cabinet. $700: small  electric organ. $100: chttttrhekf  suM. $350111-2225       I17w  Set Seas miplt bunk beds. $150  8632368 I17w  7-club golf sit, bag, $115; Olympia  manual portable typewriter, new,  $45; 303 Let Enfield rifle, $85.  665-7651. 118c  York 2001 home gym, $250; adull  hockey geai; single waterbed,  $30,666-2161. ���18w  Unetherm stove, oil lurnace, $200  obo. 885-5766. I18w  MUSHROOM MANURE  Bark mulch and other Items for  spring. 685-2592. ��18w  BID 12 amp 10' radial arm saw,  c/W stand, 6 40T car. Made, $475;  2 1/2 cu. fl. cement mixer, $175.  883-9438. 116c  Various BABY Items, bathring,  mobile, act centre, gym etc. Girls  'Leader' mountain bike, good  cond., $75. 886-3051. II8W  5th wheel hitch - R.B.W. mod.  UHS85-7, $150 obo; boal or util.  trailer, 4x8' box, long tongue, 15  in. wheels, 2 spares, $400 obo.  865-4851 eves. ��18w  Troy-Built, 5 HP rototiller, hardly  used, in perlecl cond., $700.  665-2970 morning 8-9am, 7-9pm.  I16w  79 Ford Fairmont, good running  condition, $800; anlique maho-  gwitMMkf. $509.\Wiwecum-.  bant exercise bike, $150. 885-  5102. ItSc  RONS ROOFING  New and re-roofing, cedar shakes,  duroids, torchon. 8854186. ��21c  Inglis washer, 5 years ok), axe.  working condition. $350. 888-  3675. ��1Sc  Coiil Dtiuiwl  Fibreglass tubl shows... W5.00  Fibreglass showers from.. U96.00  Amencin STD tuty toilet basin  combo   J34500  Ha water tanks from $19500  Forallyaxdoocustlf  pkmbeijieqjiinients  look no una  Very compflitw prices on siOVC,  AfiS- PVintxngfutfi/es  Largest stock on Coast  FMIWOOO  Prepare now tor next winter Aider  lull cord (4x4x61. (90 delivered  686-0318 116c  Internet Access  Sunshine Nit Inc. - Voice 886-  4502. 9 5pm ��18w  Weighu I weight bench by Wei-  der Offers 886-0971 ths  Garden Mix ��� Sand  Bark Mulch ��� Gravels  Have Dump will travel  up to 4 yd. loads  call Dave 886-7348  Small oxygen I acetylene bodies  w/hoses. gauges, burner ind tips  on portable cart, $300.885-2361.  Hlw  Two violins Blaine Dunaway. 885-  1086. Itlc  DECEMBER  FOREST PRODUCTS  Mixed lirewood. split and delivered, ful cords. $100 886-0349.  118c  HomeWe grass trimmer, used title,  $50; 20 hp Mercury o/b, good  shape, can demonstrate. $600.  665-9692 117c  Bnggs I Stratlon handle control  gat lawn mower, $110.186-3517.  ��17w  Wood planters, 16' square,  planters made to measure. 885  7977 117w  Chttl of drawers w/mirrors, is  new. $95; large TV. swivtlstmd.  $25. lood dehydrator, $20.2 swig  lamps, neutral shade. $15 ea. hair  dryer, used twice $10 elec carving knife used twice. $8 886  2513 H7w  MOVING: MUST SELL  Matched Sears washer 6 dryer,  patio table. 4 chws and umbrella,  10 spd. bike, like new; kitchen  table. 4 chairs; portable gas BBO  2 large freezers stereo, speakers,  turntable and tape deck. CB radio  886-2135 118c  WUaOWER SEEDS  Perfect tor roadside seeding, garden beds, borders, seed your  whole yard in Ilowers rather than  lawn. Low maintenance, drought-  tolerant. Plant wildflower seeds  lhat do wall in our coastal climate.  Roberts Creek Wildflower Firm  Seeds available at Chamberlin  Qardtnt, Quality Farm, Landing  Qentrtl Store, Mathews t More,  Roberta Crttk Nursery. Casey's  Oaden.MHore Nursery     Itlc  Seasoned horse manure. $25 p/u  load, u-haul 885-5934 alt 5pm  ��17w  Rollaway bed. $65; X-country  ladies skis, $75; canner a Mason  jars, $35; assld. curtains. 886  0339. ��17w  Brand new Beam B/l vacuum  cleaner, $425; also new letted  whirpool lub w/apion. white, $450.  885373701685-4602.       117w  111t. monkey puzzle Iree, $200.  883-9925 117w  Bosch kitchen machine with dough  hook, pasta maker, meat grinder,  ice-cream maker, $350.886-8305.  ���17c  Airco lurnace, 140,000 blu. Oil  lank Iree. 886-7037. ��l7c  Battery operated personal Ian.  Take anywhere you wish lo go -  tht car, the boa, the beach, walking. For more inlo write P.O. Box  941, Gibsons, BCVON IVO ��17c  Super Hornet electric fence controller, 120 V. solid stale, no installation required, $55.686-2822.  I18w  CHICKEN SALE  Jack t Jill Preschool. Orders musl  be In by May 12. Pickup day is  May 16 at Jack & Jill, 690 Harmony Lane. Call Audrey at 866-4856  or Karen al 686-9677 to order  now. #l8w  Minn Kola electric golf caddy, purchased new, March 11/94, only  used twice. $700.885-8864.117c  Bostftch air spiker, air finish nailer:  builder's level; carbide dado blade,  Botch Bisket jointer; 1/2" router  bits; trailer Iridge, stove, windows,  doors, stuff Greg 885-4150. #17c  Rocky Mtn. Ckus w/shocks, alum,  frame * extras, $1100 obo; RM.  Hammer, Irame 8 forkt, $250.  886-4718. I17w  ....  Si-fold doors, louvared 4 plain,  while. 2' and J' width, $20 ta. 865  0507.     ��� I17w  Wood/oil furnace, exc. cond.,  $100,883-2930. ��17w  Lonilt and Rickitt dressage saddle, $900; leather bridle reins, Mk.  and white, $100. New Zealand  waterproof blanket size 60, $80.  9294170. Il6w  Apple Stylewrker II ink-jet printer  complete w/soltware and manual,  still In box, never uttd, liking  $350, list price $439. 885-5412,  Alts Centre, 11-4 Wad-Sal. only.  Ask tor Larry or Pat. IfSw  Girrs bike. 7-10 yrt., mint cond.  $75 Obo. 1854682. *18c  Olympus 0M-2, 50 mm F1.8, hard  caie, int. manual, very good condition, $110; Olympus 200 mm F5  Mephoto, exc. cond.. $120. 886-  9227. 116c  RSF wood slove, with thermostat  control, Nte new. 6884259. 116c  Largi mttal clothea cupboard,  $50; sewing machine table, $35.  6854156. I16c  3 pee. wail unk, oak finish, each  unit 6' high, 30" wide. $450. 685-  2656 #16c  ["used"!  [autopartsi  ' Shop around ��� you'll I  I find il pays lo buy *  I recycled aulo parls from J  ��� BYPASS AUTO & I  J   TRUCK MCYCURS   j  l^seosso   i  8 It, canopy lor P/U, lirst $100  lakes 11885-0859 #16w  FIREWOOD  Dry seasoned or green. Call  Klaus, speak to my electric secretary 685-0679 ��19w  Western saddle, extras, $450 obo;  Electrolux polisher/shampooer, 3  brush, complete. 885-2592. #16w  SPRING CLEARANCE  SAVE THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS!  1993 Aerostar ��� clean and read/  Jeep Grand Wasoneer,  Loaded 4x4 station wagon, trailer  puller. One owner low miles.  Very, very clean Sale priced.  Inglis apartment size washei &  dryer, side by side or stacking, like  new, $400.885-8898.        #16w  5 rolls ol FAX paper 8 1/2"x328"  I 'core. $5 95 per roll 886-2622  tins  FIREWOOD FOR SALE  Dry lir. $85 lor pick-up load; green  alder/fir. $65 loi pick-up load  Dave 885 9306 tins  Two Pender Hbr. Goll Club charter  memberships. 883-2749.  SUNCO  Recycled Building Materials  French Doors/lnl.-E)4. Doors  Alum. & Vinyl Windows  lighting/Kitchen A  Batnroom Fixtures etc.  Visit our the* or col  ���������������Mt  5653 Wharf Rd., Sechell  Recycle A Senw  MON-SAT9am-5pm  1969 tad Club Weson Vtn, 15  pasi, V8, Auto, trailer puller,  good vwrk cr play vehicle, cne  1989 fad taurus Bt One OMr<t' Fully Wviced and  owner very good conation. PS, ww��itv��eilabie,  PB, Aulo, V6, cassette.  SOUIHCQASTFORD  5606 WHARF ST. SECHELT  885-3281  1991F150 4x4, PS, PI, long t  kwi miles Priced to jell, t  only at this time.  '85 Camaro, 2.8 I. F.l. 5 spd. T-  rool, lilt, new paint, $3150 obo or  trade lor Chev 4X4 of equal value.  886-9706. #16w  im  '88 Pontiac 4 dr, 4 cyl., luel Injection, air, low miles, $2000. 885-  4804. ��18c  '86 Olds Ciera Brougham, loaded  plus disc player, $5795.686-7150.  '75 Datsun P/U - parls over  hauled engine, new brakes, Hies,  clutch, carb., elc. $3500 spent in  the last 3000 k��� $450 Obo. 885-  2268. I17w  77 Ford 160 4x4. 80 box, new  tiies, lull box. Qood cond. $2600  obo. 686-4650 ss  '78 Ford F250, crewcab, 11on, flat  deck, 4 w/d, exc. shape. $2000.  883-2990. #18c  '78 QMC 4X4, 350 auto., runs  good, good Int., canopy, stereo,  some rust, $1695 obo. Nick 885  0505 days or 685-6340 eves.118w  Wreaking 1978 QMC 1/2 Ion, 350  rocket engine. Michael. 886-6083.  ���tBw  '78 Foid Bronco XLT, 351m, runs  great, rebuilt rear drive Shalt, new  brakes, 35 in. TA w/mags. $3800  obo. 885-0662. ��16c  79 Ford Bronco XLT, 4 wh. drive,  auto., lookt and runs excellent,  $4995 Obo. 886-7099. ss  I960  '80 VW Vanagon, 7 pass., new  Mlchelins, slereo, sunrool, gd.  cond., $3400 obo, or trade boal  Ol? 865-4078. *17w  INI  '61 Toyola 4 tpd, run good, body  not to good, stereo, $500. 866  9051. Ilk  '61 GMC Sierra Grande, 305, dua  tanks, metallic brown w/belge  canopy, 92,800 orig. km., gooc  cond,, $4400.665-5618.    117*  Heli-ox-18 band mask 8 hoses  with communications gear. $3000:  T-30 Ingersoll Rand compressor  comes/w 5x200 cu. It. Cascade 3  HP, 3 PH, starter filter, etc. Hydro  just expired auto shutolt al 3100  psi, $3500.866-9464. tins  12 fl. chrome 'A' vent chimney.  $100; large capacity wood heater,  $500 all like new, 885-7611.    SS  HORSE MANURE  $20 pick/up or 2 loads for $30, you  load. Roberts Creek. 885-9969.  tin  SATELLITE SALES  AND SERVICE  Programming subscriptions.  Green Onion Earth Station  865-5644.  Ifn  GOOD HAY      :'"':  KOO/BUe Delivered   I  Straw M.OO/bale  Garden Mulch Hay $3.50  Whole oaUlOc/lb  Cill Between 12-1 pm  885-9357  72 MG Midget, tun little car, extra  parts, $2000 lirm. 885-8828 ��18w  72 Mercedes 230,4-door sedan,  6 cyl., European model, good  overall cond., very reliable. $2350.  886-6365. ��18w  73 Super Beetle, $2500 obo.  883-9234. SS  73 Lincoln town cat, 460, lull  electric, best oiler. 685-2696. ss  73 Super Beetle, gas heater, new  seats, battery, $1800.885-4019.ss  74 Buick Regal, fully loaded, top  lunning cond., $500 obo. 663-  9418. 118c  76 Volvo 244 OL runs, needs  some work, $250; cassette deck,  $500.686-9476. ��16w  76 Dodge 318, P/S, P/W, P/T,  P/S, $800.685-9648. ss  76 Chev Caprice, ntw 400 SB,  turbo 400, P/S. P/W, P/D, li, til,  cruise, new rubber no rust, $800  ol|0.885-75ttr ���    ,:',' ��17w  1962  tfn  Antique wood burning cook stove,  $600,885-3506. SS  Sears 9' garage doors 1 openers  (new 1000 ea.) $650 ea 885-  0244. ss  Colour pencil portraits Irom your  lavourite pholo. Pels, lamily,  Minds. 9'xt2', $35. Send cheque  or M/O along with pholo to P 0  Box 291, Gibsons. BC VON IVO.  Pit. allow 6-8 wks. lor delivery.  Satisfaction guaranleed or money  refunded. tfns  22 Heavy  Equipment  955H Cat Crawler, bucket loader,  needs some work, $2000 obo.  8862546 tl  'SHUR-LIFT" 50 Ion hydraulic  shop press. $2100; new, nevtr  used, $1450 obo 885-2288 *18w  ���    T�����..,.,���.,   -ii I !"..!  7f Lin^ttr Mark V, exc. Mhl���  $4000 886-2454. I17w  78 Dodge Volare, good running  condition, $400 obo. 865-9639.  I17w  79 Foid LTD, 2 dr., 80,000 mi.,  good tires, 302 motor, tilt, new  muffler and exhaust, very dean,  no rusl. $1200.885-3801    ItSc  79 Z-28 black high performance  drive train, super T10 trans., T-  roots, exc. tires, needs minor work  to be perlecl, $1500 obo. 886-  3310. I16w  82 Volvo DL, 4 tp. O/D, 2 dr.,  sunroof, ntw tiret, txc. cond.,  $2650 obo. 866-7873.       IITw  82 VW Sdrcco 5 sp. 210 k, J1900  obo. tuns greal. 886-8063. I16w  '82 Fold Mustang, 117,000 k't, 6  cyl. auto. Very good condilion.  $2500. Call 886-0366. tt  '62 Mazda RX7, good cond., new  clutch, brakes. $3100.686-8032.  ss  1M4  '84 Celebrity, good cond., new  complete brakes, tint, battery,  sunroof. 886-7342. 118c  '64 Honda Civic hatchbk., 5 sp.,  silver, 156,000 kms, will main!.,  orig. owner, runt great, 2 snows  on rims, $1984.885-2995. IISw  '84 Camaro Z-28, excellent condition, loaded. 885-3642.      117c  '64 Chevette in great cond., 4 dr.,  ���aulo, recently had new tint,  !braMi1itfhMbr.itoW9<>|lef  luel efficient. Asking $(500. 686- '  7967. It7c  84 Dodge Caravan, 5 pass., txc.  shape, $3800.885-4217.       ss  '85 Mustang, 134,000 kms, midnight blue, new clutch ind biakes.  very tidy. $3000 firm. 885-0312.  I17W  1H7   '87 Honda Civic DX, 150,000 hwy.  km, greal shape, needs rear  brakes, $3300.885-9299.   118c  '87 Tempo 4 dr., P/W, P/D/L, air  cond., AM/FM slereo, exc, cond.,  $2650.685-4054. '    ss  '67 Ford Escort stn. wgn., cruise,  aulo., new tires, lilt, runs awe-  tome, exc. on gas, $3199.99 Rick  885-7371. I16w  1M6  '68 Cavaliei Z24, V-6, Pwr. sunrool w/alr. Exc. cond. $8,800 obo.  868-7854 aft. 5:30pm. ss  '66 Ford Tracer LS, black w/grey  Interior, good cond., $3200 obo.  886-2689. ��17w  '86 Nisian Sanlra 5 sp., nd,  AM/FM cass. deck, mw Iront tires,  exc.cond,$5500.6884837. is  m  '89 Acclaim LX, A-1 condition, air  conditioning, p/s, p/b, deluxe Interior. $8000.886-7248 evet.   117c  '89 Tricktr 4X4 convtrtablt,  85,000 kms, asking $6900. Call  eves. 8867556. ss   1M0   '90 Mazda Miala. h/t I toll top,  rid, 42,000 kmt, outttanding  shape. $14,500.665-3642. 117c  '90 Ford Mustang, excellent cond.,  t owner, 5 L, 5 spd., sunroof,  P/W. P/L. 43,500 km. $9995. 885-  2300 aH.6pm. flew   IW   '91 Honda Civic wagon, 5 spd.,  46,000 kms, $10,500.885-2509.  ���16c  '91 Mercury Cougar, aulo., air,  Down, white, exc. cond., 35,000  kms, $15,000 obo. 686-3623. tt  '91 Sunbird SE, V6, 5 sp., 2 dr.,  air, till 8 cats. $6900.886-2666.  st   MM   '92 Honda Civic LX, 4 dr, sedan,  47,000 km, drives great, $10,750.  885-0516." ' ���' icivrn iHftip.  ��"i Ml WI nn.m"  '92 Honda Civic EX, $10,509- $10080 Raodyhro, 68W708.<wki I  21,000 km, A/C, P/W. Kaoru 886-  885-7139. ��17W  3028.  & Automotive Services  ��� 24 Hour Towing  ��� Canadian Tire &  National Auto League  Associate Member  ��� Your Local Roadside  Assistance Tewing  Company  ��� Sewing the Entire  Sunshine Coast  ��� Battery & Tire Sales  ��� Fuel Delivery  886*500  2404575 cell  1M2  62 Oitsun P/U, needt some work,  ���17w  1113  CLEAROUTI Uttd tires, wheels,  Chevette; Hondl Accord parts.  865-7167 ll  AMC Concord, whit, runt good,  $925 865-1942. tl  '83 Chtv 4x4, running boards,  dtluxt stereo, etc. $2200. 885-  0737. 116c  Ceda, 1x4,6,8,10; 2x4,6,1,10;  hem/fir, 2x4, 6. 8,10; specialty  wood, clear cedar, fir, hemlock.  6854270. 119c  '64 Chev Belair sedan, new tires,  brakes, exhaust system, new battery. Very clean classic. $950.  Heavy duly step bumper, Fold.  683-2114. ��i7w  Chev, $100: construction master |  calculator, $50; car radio, eg.  speakers, S150 885-0270. 116c  ABEX AUTO  RECYCLERS AND  TOWINQ  806-2020  24 Hr. Emergency Towing  ���Fully Inaured end Reliable'  Guaranteed Good Used  Parle for moat make* and  models  MECHANIC ON  DUTY  '4 Wheel Drive, 2 Wheel  Dnvt and Some Do Drive'  Dead Car Removal  Sendee  We buy some  and tow some  ACCESS TO  SATELLITE PARTS  FINDER  fCONO AUTO PAINT]  An Inexpensive  Alternative ,  ���.iLiliii,  Enamel  Finishes from $400  BODYWORK EXTRA  For details call  Jack at  Western Rim  883-9526  '65 Buick Le Sabre, kmited edition,  low mileige, excellent condition,  14200 ObO. 8854916.        118c  WANTED: 77 '��� ft Ford 1/2 Ion  lor pals. 885-4414. 117c  Sold 1967 GM 1/2 ton 263 VI ind  4 tpd., ready to work or restore.  $2000 8859449. 116c   TBI   74 Ford Econoline vm, runs well.  $300000 188-7040.        I16w  75 Dodge propane 4X4, crew cab,  completely rebuilt, $8500. 885-  7511. tl  75 F150 iruck with new flat deck.  asking $1600 186-7097.       ss  '84 Dodge Caravan, auto. $4,500  886-8204 ss  '84 Toyola P/U 4X4.5sp, c  1 knar. $4000.885-7801.   H7w  INI  '85 Bronco 4x4 II. V-6, 5 spd. o/d.  c/c, doth interior, sunroof, ��� trailer  pkg. $4900.683-2877.       117c  '65 Ford Ranger, V-6 auto,  120,000 kmt, w/canopy, asking  $3500 665-4037. ��17c  '85 Ford Ft50 XLT, txt. cab,  canopy, 351, t/niw parts, gd.  cond., $8900.1854109.       is  IM  '86 GMC Fltittidt thorlhott  wheel, txc. shape inside 8 out.  885-2481. IISw  1N0  2-ply wool/mohair, grey, cream  colors Use 4-5 mn needles  $36/lb Tht Funny Farm. 686-  6513 116c  Men's diamond ring, tin 10 1/2.  like new. appraised value $1450,  will sen lor $600 886-4888. 116c  Sony Camcorder. 4 battery packs,  carrying case, shoulder aid stand  tripods, head and lent cleaners  move kgr-t power supply charger  Asking$1500 8860632eves  ���16c  RHOOOS a AZALEAS  Roberts Creek Nurtery  Large selection, $3 50416.00 No  GST. Closed Tuts.. 2589 Lower  Rd. 866-2062 ��16w  Adobe photo shop LE 2.5 tor windows, still in wrap. $500. 685-  966V ss  Recliner, green, good cond., ideal  for rec room, S25; 2 small armchairs, $5 ea Panasonic photocopier, model ��FP-3040 w/paper  trays, for parts, $100 obo; swivel  armchair, on casters, $10. 885-  3930 or 5712 Cowrie St.      tfns  WALK IN,  DRIVE OUT!  WE FINANCE!  MANY VEHICLES TO  CHOOSE FROM  Payments Irom $100  MIKE PLIMLEY  CENTURION AUTO  b445 WHARF ST.  SECHELT 885-4004  70 Chev Belair, 4 dr, 350 aulo.  reliable., $650 obo. 886-0117. ss  '80 Toyola Corolla wagon, lunt  greal, snow tires, $500 886-9453.  116w  1N1  '61 Mazda RX7, 90,000 km, good  shape. $1200 obo Must sell 585-  5351 111c  Dodga Challenger, aulo., 60.000  mi. on rebuilt 2 6 L engine. 4w disc  brakes (new), powtr lunroof,  $1150 or trade lor tractor 886-  4208 IISw  '81 280 Z-X 5 sp, low kmt, txc  .shape. $3000 885-7023    I16w  81 Corvette, silver interior T-rool,  runt wen, needs good home Asking $9500. 885-4026 II7w  61 Buick LiStbrt, 307, VI.  loaded. $3000 obo 865-5419.  683-5134 I17w  81 Datsun 210, needs some work,  new radialor I muffler. $500 obo.  688-8513 116c  61 Olds Cutlass Supreme. 305  motor, excellent condllon. Asking  $1600 886-0632 eves       116c  81 VW Jaffa 4 dr., 5 sp. lunroof,  $3500 obo. 666-7969. ss  whon you  pay for 2 Inmmrilomm  SO  Al tlotsihtdt mull b*  pre-paia oenre msarfien  FOt ONE INSERTION  fatten. Up It 10 ����MS am  fsrtedieddHlondwotd.  Frit: Usl, Fiend & Frit  ��m Bmll ClmssMmds  $17 up to 10 words  $ 1 each additional word  Your od, lolling one item, will run 4 conitculiv* w**ks  than will be conceded unltn you insiiuct ut 10 renew il  by detained deodHne ��� MorovorfoMt far eemeastsl oAwxiw  Co��at N*wo  ClAf SIFIID DIADLINIS:  Gjbeoni 016-2622  Sachah 115-3930 Coast News, April 18, 1994  21  1919  '89 2-71 stepside 4x4, fully loaded,  musl sell. 886-7484. ss  '89 Tracker 4x4, new lop, good  cond., $5000 lirm. 883-2699J18W  '69 Bronco II XL silver, V6 5 sp.,  cass., clean 8 comfortable, $9800.  885-2133. ss   1990  '90 Mazda P/U truck, 90,000 k,  good cond., $6000,886-4957.   ��17w  '90 Ford Ft 50 4x4 extended cab,  short box, 4.91., 5 spd,, all power 8  A/C, $12,000 obo. 686-3940.   ��17w  1991  '91 Sonoma pickup, canopy, bed-  liner, radio/cass., like new. $7600.  683-2199. ��17c  25. Campers & RVs  25   Campers & RVs  1975 8'9" Vanguard camper,  sleeps 5, $3000 obo. 886-7738.   I18w.  40' RV bus, piopane powered,  totally liveable, mechanically  sound, great shape, $10,000.885-  4073, *2iw  1991 Nomad 26' trailer, stereo,  a/cond., lully self-contained,  $15,500,885-4266. H6w  26 It. MV Fiberglass, Chrysler  power, dual controls, tow post, exc.  pleasure, crew or work boal,  $7000; Horizon row boal w/oars,  exc. cond,, $550. New Mariner  Stalker Thruslir T28, (300.686-  2454. ��17w  18'6" Campion h/l, 115 hp moloi,  head, sounder, bait lank, RR nailer, very good cond. $7400. 885-  2157. 118c  Reduced  MUST SELL!  24' Bayliner, Rebuilt Ensine  UHF,CB,2deplhsouidets,  Moorage included. $9,700  884-TUI  1990 Campion 21 fl. 210 Discovery, cutty cabin Meic cruiser 205  U6, Iresh water cooled, exc. cond.  Turquoise 8 while with trailer,  $20,000 obo. Len 886-4504 or  866-4761. ��18w  14 It. Sangster runabout w/older 40  hp Merc, rum win, comet w/calk-  ing nailer and boat house, $1900  obo. 665-7469 after 6.       ��18c  24' Starcraft wilh twin axle, E-Z  loader trailer, excellent condition,  33 his. on ingini and drive 302  1/o OMC loaded. $10,500. 686-  _ 2736. 117c  1993 26' Wilderness travel trailer, Project boat, 20' Apollo, needs  lully loaded. $15,500. 866-4271, work, no leg. $1500 obo. 886-  866-7512. #17c     4671. Ifn  1978 Triple E travel trailer. 25' lull-  size, 3 piece bathroom, full-size  Iridge, four burner stove, oven and  Ian. Excellent condition. $5,500  obo. 885-7016. 116c  35' 1990 Terry Resort travel trailer.  This trailer is like new, only lor a  whole lol less, $15,000.886-3199.   ��17c  1978 Torry Travel Trailer. 25',  sleeps 8,4 pee. balh, $7500.885-  4048 lift  '86,181/2 Travelaire 5th wheel, lo-  lite, single axel, electric brakes. Tip  top shape. $6950. Suitable for  small Iruck. 885-9451.       II 7c  1977 Trapper travel trailer, sleeps  6, exc. cond. $1500 firm. 886-  2086. H7c  1976- 31 ft. Airstream, 2 awn. A/C,  TV ant, cen. vac, $13,500. 885-  0711, I16w  22' Dauphin travel trailer, 1974  deluxe model, top cond., full  awning, stabilizing bat and latch.  Preseason special, only $3500.  885-1916, after 6 pm.        116c  8x45 trailer, sleeps 6, clean and  good cond. 885-2100. ss  1990 dlx. 24' motorhome A-1 condition. 886-9025. ss  30 ft. travel trailer, remodelled, gas  stove, furnace, shower, $8500.  865-4217. ss  30 ft. Terry Sth wheel, good cond,,  $6000.886-7054. I16w  197714 ft. Travelaire travel trailer  4bumer<slo��e.foilit,"$t��0<>.8e*-  3670, "j si"M    Mf -  1979 Silver Streak 30' travel trailer.  deluxe model, exc. quality 1 cond., 14 fl. aluminum 9.8 Merc, Home  musl see. $13,000 obo 8657464. till low houis, $1994 obo. 885-  ss 5317. I18W  1980 Roadiunner w/Volvo B-20,8  trailer, best offer. 685-9012. #17w  Biand new in box, Lowiance X-20  lish finder w/alarm, zoom, fish I.D.,  range to 180', $165 obo. 685-3114.  ���17w  14' Double Eagle 40 HP Evinrude,  elec. start with EZ load trailer,  $3500.665-4019. SS  Deep watar moorage, $3/lt./mo.  Bargain Harbour. 683-2930. ��l 7w  WANTED: 14' ��� 15' boat trailer.  6688836. 117c  40' flshboat, $4,700; extra remanufactured 79 hp dltttls, $1,700;  selection gear, $150 up; 12v 671  starter, props, stainless exhaust  system, $240; rowboat, $150;  head, $100; 10x50 binoculars, $45;  scope and rifle, $200.886-0163.  116c  21 It. F/G pleasure boat, needs  seals. O/B motor, trailer incl.,  $1000000.866-3517.       I17W  SECHELT MARINE |  SURVEYS LTD.  Captain till Murray 1  MC.MM.C. MNAMS  MA.BY.C. ��� Murine  Surveyors and Consultants  18'6" Seafair with 100 hp Evinrude.  Small cabin w/head, comes with  trailer, $4000 obo. Will swap for  van of equal or lesser value, plus  cash. 886-0120, 116c  New 12' aluminum Mirrocraft, 71/2  hp Meic, like new, $1850. 866-  0580 after 5 pm. 116c  Wanted: cartop aluminum boal,  good cond. 685-3158.       116c  OCEAN KAYAK  Fibreglass with paddle, $675.885-  0761. 118c  Wanted: Briggs 8 Stratton 6 -10  hp molor or similar. 683-2299.  ���16c  10x32' barge, libreglass ovir  wood, boom and electric winch.  865-2100. ss  24 It. Surfer, 225 Volvo, 260 leg.  hud, stove, sink, etc. elec. winch,  VHF, l/finder, 8 HP Mariner,  dinghy, $7990 firm. 885-7575.  I16w  P.R, Marine Surveyors  A.M.S.B.C.  Insurance - Prepurchase  1-800-665-0307  117c  Forced lo sell, luxurious fibreglass  Force 50 yacht, leak decks, 58' of  craltmanship, world traveller.  Fridge, stove, microwave, water-  maker, washer /dryer, Ireezer, ice-  maker, bathtub, shower, 2 heads,  king and queen beds, great galley,  huge salon, Volvo diesel, radar,  bran, satellite navigation, weather  fax, FM and ham radios, inboard  computers and much more. Great  condllon, will consider real estate  trade. $190,000. Herb Craig 886-  2277. I17w  Canaventure 17II., modi! for long  distance cruising snd lishing. In  exc. cond., w/nearly new 70 HP  Yamaha and trailer, also cutty  cabin, galley, fresh waler lank,  elect. cooler,insul. lish storage, toilet, etc., $9200.685-2695.  I18w  Seafarer K-2 f/glass, blue 8 white  w/rudder, deck lines, spray skirts,  exc. cond., last, stable, manoever-  able kayak, $2200 lirm. 865-2995.  ���16w  1963 Ashing machine 20.6 Campion, wheelhouse type 200 Merc outboard, 80 on new powerhead,  cruises at 24 knotts, anchor pkg.,  winch VHF, D.S. F. Finder, slereo,  bait tanks, lite jackets, downrigger,  moorage paid until June '94. Asking $12,500.688-5661.     I16w  18 ft. Browning Bow-rider new top,  new seals, 120 HP Evinrude, 6 HP  Evinrude. c/w trailer (needs work),  $4000000.665-5825.       117w  22 1/2 It. Double Eagle CB  350/260 baltbag VHF sounder,  $23,000.665-3446. st  22' Bell Buoy rebuilt 302 ind Merc  leg, convertible hardtop ind canvas, VHF, flshfinder, trailer,  $12,000. Will consider part trade.  885-4019. n  24' work / pleasure boal, l/g on  wood, exc. cond., zero houn on  rebuill 316. new ex-manifolds, new  S.S. shift, wiling, painl. Full price  includes dinghy, oars, 9 hp motor.  $7900.883-2990. SS  28' Unilly libreglass, bund ntw  molor and other exlras, ful ol electronics. Reasonable price. George  8868139. tl  Heavy duty 5ff float ramps built to  suit. 683-261001683-9290.    tl  17 ft, fiberglass 90 hp Merc. Needs  some woik. $1850.685-4217. ss  16 fl. Fibreglass, Volvo IA boat.  Tandem axle trailer, $3800. 883-  2297. ss  25 fl. Reinell, depth sounder, good  mech. condllon. $9000 obo. 886-  4870. n  Heavy duty 50'float ramps built to  suit. 883-2610 or 883-9290.    It  Bayliner 24' 08, rebuilt engine, 4  hit., new upholstery, UHF CB, 2  depth sounders, $12,900. 686-  7255. ss  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70 HP 1992-1993  Evlnrudes. Excellent condilion.  Lowe's Resort, 883-2456.     Ifn  27. Mobile Homes  NEW HOME  Set up In local park In Qibsons.  886-2597,597-3322. tfn  7-lsles Seniors, ocean view park.  Pad avail. June 1, Madeira Park.  885-3910. 117c  Large, exc. cond., 1 bdrm. mobile  home, asking $15,000.885-5359.  ��18w  4 yr. old doublewide, 2 bdrm,  ensuite. kilchen. LR, DR, lamily  rm, laundry rm. covered deck,  patio, storage shed, adult oriented.  Rockland Wynd Park. Part fenced  and lully landscaped yaid.  $110,000.885-2271 afler 6 pm.  116c  NEW HOME  Gibsons Paik  Financing Available  866-2597-597-3322  Ifn  New 2 bdrm dlx mobile home set  up in local Gibsons park. For inlo  call 866-2597,597-3322.      Ittn  Firsl $6000 takes this clean 2 bedroom Chancellor. Greal for starter -  while you build. Call Ken now al  885-8277 or 886-2277.      *t6w  28. Motorcycles  TW Yamaha Enduro 200 cc, excellent condilion. 6500 kms. $1,250.  685-3842. ��17c  '86 FJ Yamaha 1200 spoil touring,  exc. cond., 30,000 k, $3500 obo.  886-9263. II 7w  PHMC Enduro Races, Pinder Harbour, May 1 classes: Mighty Mites,  Jr. School Boy, Snr. School Boy,  Oldlimeis, Molo-cross. Inlo 883-  9971 Andy. I17w  '85 Kawasaki GPZ 900 Ninja.  Black, like new, 20,000 km.  $3,500.886-4616 aft. 7 pm.    ss  '91 Suzuki RM250, txc. cond.,  $2350000.886-3789. ss  .c*mimx.mi^r%^,',  Awlgiip/lnleinalional/Endura/Ot-  mosis/Fibreglass repairs. Kayaks  to yachts. 686-9577 at shop.��17w  Wanted: Classic woedtn runabout 886-2738. SS  _ Get that boat ready,  ]_eL   Nowl Everything  f*.    you need is at  UKTheSAHY  K>    DOG  |BA  Marine Supply Store  886-3077  167 Marine Dr., Obeo��  HayipySaammai  W Sangster 185 Merc, w/bg, both  rebuilt w/traler, $8500 obo. 185-  9552. 117*  _  I BCYCNA  MITISH  COLUM0IA  [ ANO YUKON  COMMUNITY  NCWSPAPEflS  I AllOCIATlON  NOirlknaft   QUt^UeA  These ads appear in more lhan 100 community newspapers in B.C and Yukon  '-,      and reach more than 3 million readers.  TO PLACE AN AC,CALL THIS PAPER OR THE BCYCNA AT (604)669.9222  Prolessional, mature male requires  unfurnished one bedroom accommodation. Davis Bay, Roberts  Creek area. Long term tenancy at  reasonable rate please. 8854211.  ���18c  2-3 bdrm. house in Roberts Creek  by June 1. Cal Cathrine 6664199.  I16w  Active lady seeking shaied accom-  modaion, preler N/S aid evening  meal provided. Prefer Gibsons-  Haltmoon Bay aria. 866-9579,  ���16c  For Rent  Gibsons Langdale  Immaculate super cute t bdrm.  collage, ocean view, deck, large  yard, no maintenance, F/S, curtains included, $515/mo. avail,  immed., N/S, N/P. 886-B719J18W  Shared accommodation: Wanled,  single female to share house. References please. 886-3898. #18w  3 bdim. chalet in Gianthams Ldg.  View, gaiden, privale, avail. June  1,$950/mo. 886-4669.        *18w  3 bdim. house 4 appl., lower Gibsons bay area. Close to amenities,  avail. May 1, N/P, N/S please. 984-  3198 oi 686-3884 weekends only.  *18w  Gianthams, gorgeous view small 2  bdrm. cottage, no laundiy. Ideal lor  1 or 2 adults, avail. May 1,  $625/mo. 886-7547,231-0890.  ���18w  1 bdrm. house, 2 appl., near marina, avail. June I, $525/mo. 886-  7320. #18w  1 bedroom lower Gibsons, greal  view, close to all amenities. Available May 1. $550/month. 886-  7630. 118c  2 bdim house, great view, large  yard, $700/mo. Val 666-8923.lt 6c  Cozy suite, best loi quiet single or  couple. Conveniently located  between upper and lower Gibsons.  $400/mo. 1-266-1641 eves. ��18c  Luxurious near-new ranch style  townhome. 3 bdrm., 2 baths,  gaiage. Avail. May 30. $850/mo.  plus utilities. 886-3363.      118c  2 bdim cottage, airtight stove and  electric. Pt. Mellon Hwy. and Wray  Rd. $475.886-2642 belore Spm.  ���16c  Centrally located 2 bdim plus den  condo, 5 appl., l/p, garage. Rett  req'd. Laurella, 686-2277 or 886-  9683. 118c  4 RV litis foi rent. Avail, now.  Electric, septic, phone, cable  hookups. $125/mo. plus utils. 866-  7626.922-5948. I18w  Biand mw 1 bdrm. suilt ntar  lerry. Stove, fridge, laundry. Beautilul view, HIS, N/P, aval. Immed.,  $450/mo. includes utils. 886-7667.  new  1 bdim. view apt., opposite Gibsons mailna. Ntw kitchen md  bathroom, carpets, blinds, sunny  balcony, laundiy. $590/mo. 888-  3420. I18��  2 bdim. vbw apt. oppotlt Gfetont  mailna. Ntw building, quiet,  1 bdrm view suite, across Yacht Large t bdrm suite In new w/lront  Club. Laundry. N/S. No dogs house, Halfmoon Bay area. Avail,  please. Avail. April I, $475/mo. April 1. $550/mo. plus ulil. 520-  886-9737. 116c 3102. 116c  Shared accommodation foi senior  male. Fully lurnished, 3 bdrm.  home, lower Gibsons, $300/mo.  includes all utils. 666-3564 aft. 12  noon oi 430-4611. #16w  Funky day use studio space, seasonal, $120.886-3739. tfn  Are you a sell supporting, active  individual with a soft spot lor pups?  Gibsons w/lront shared house,  $450 (incl. utils.). 886-3739.   tin  3 new. permanent/long lerm RV  sites now ready al Boot Hill RV  Park, $250/mo. 1117 KeHh Road, 1  1/2 miles up Cemelaiy Road, Gibsons. 886-9764 or 220-1526.  tfns  For Rent  Roberts Creek  Vacation Rental - 4 bdrm. executive home with waterfall, beach  docks, volley ball and hoi tub on  Sakinaw Lake, road access,  $650/week. 8855157. ss  1 & 2 bdim cottages avail, immed.  N/S, N/P. Free use of dock and  small lishing boal. Cable included.  Rels. req. From $400/mo. 883-  9569. tins  GIBSONS: HOUSES  Three bedroom, 2 1/2 balh view  home, all appliances, great view,  $1,250 per month plus utilities,  N/S, N/P.  TOWNHOUSES/ CONDO i  Two bedroom town house,  Includes all appliances, $800 per  month.  APARTMENTS  3 bdrm duplex, Conrad Rd��� 5  one bedroom, side by side duplex,  appl, f/p, sundeck, gaiage, avail.  $400 ������ month pm, mits  May 1. $700.439-1652 tor appl.  116c    Three bedroom apartment, renl  includes heat and hot waler, $675.  For Renl  Sechelt & dis  355  $225 s  KOOMdiaaasmiwort  AUCTIONS  UNRESERVED TRUCK  anil Equipment Auction,  Mon Ma. 2. 1994 9am  CPA.Canadian Public  Auction Ltd. 1605-34Ave  S E Calgary. AB Com-  pled- Dispersal for All Wesl  Equipment Inc Selling on  hph.ilf of The Cily ol  Calgary'. The Cily ol  l eiiiondge. Alberta Trans-  ponation A Utilities. AGT  Lmiiied. TiansAila Utilities  Coiporalion. 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Remanulaclured  units also available Noble  Homes 1(403)447-3414  tPORTIEOUIPMENT  TRAMPOLINES FACTORY Direct 13 lool  square SplashBounce 16  fool round Super Bounce  1 600663 2261 Parts  Repairs. All Makes  TRAVEL  GO FOR The Besl 18  Day Air/Coach Fall Foliage Tour/Eastern Canada  The Mantimes. New England For inlo call Brooks  Holidays Vancouver 324-  2366, Toll-free I -800-66 J  6698  NETWORK  CLASSIFIED AOS  Place your ad in over  100 community news  papers IhrougoulBC  andlhe Yukon for only  8225  Cal tins paper or the  BCYCNA at 669-  9222  Retired N/S, N/P, couple, ttek  large 2 bdrm house, Sechel area.  888-3322 (collect). "8c  Civil engineering tech. I lamily  seeks 2-3 bdrm houtt 01  duptox/townhouse fw May 1. Car-  pets snd appliances req'd. To be  near new or very good condilion.  Fimly oriented. N/S, N/P couple  w/good relerences. Cal collect 1-  784-1028 (Kelowni) or message al  885-3161. 116c  Itture. prof. N/S. female touting  to S.C. April 30. Require shared  accomm. in quiet home on waterlront. Would make friendly companion to widow/widower. Rtfi.  provided. 885-5061. 116c  Truer pad in Roberts Creek suitable for 28' travel nailer. Annie  686-2622 days tfn  Rttpenilblt working couple  tooMng tot a 2 - 3 bdrm Immm tor  a * .  ..   a    ��m_*_     ___U    ___.  nng ���nn rami. wo. m rm-  da Harbour area only. 883-2212  m  Pit single parent w/5 yr. old gill  teekt thared accomm. in Sechel  arte. Serge 8866939      Hlw  A rVs roommate wanled. lo share 2  bdrm cottage. 1 acre land $250 ���  UN 885-9520 mornings     118c  Shaid Kcommodstion, n/s. con-  genial lemale lo share cozy home  $350/110. plus 1/2 utilities Refs  688-3719 Itk  Gibsons Lnngd.ile  New bachelor suit, quiet, w/view.  private intranet t deck, minutes  to liny, n/p. n/s $425/mo. met utilities. 886-7490 118c  1 bdrm. ensuite avail, in shared  home to working person Quiet  waler view home, rets. 886-3032.  ���18w  2 bdrm tuitt F/P, privitt dtck  W/D. greal view ot lower Qibsons.  $700/mo incl. ulils: Also 2 bdrm.  suile W/D, great view. $600/mo.  incl. utils; Alio small housekeeping room. $tS0/mo. Steve 886-  0539 IISw  1 bdrm. suite piivate deck W/D.  great view ol harbour. S450/mo.  plus 1/4 ills Steve 886-0539  II 8w  dry, balcony, $750/mo. 686-3420.  __*  2 bdim. apt. quiet bldg-laundry 8  parking, avail. May t. SSOO/mo.  886-3,06. new  2 bdrm duplex, ground level, 5  appl., n/p, n/t. $650/mo. ��  utHes.largeU.Avd.Mwt. 888  4668.8884566. 117c  1 bdrm. suite, private entrance,  sundeck, panoramic vbw, 2 mln. to  terry, N/P. $470/mo. 6887384.  II Tw  Clean bright 2 bdrm. suit, vbw,  private entrance and dtck, well to  ferry, non-smoker, no pets, rib.  req. 886-7490. ItTW  Lovely 3 bdrm. bungalow w/ocetn  vbw - suit retired or' 'irking couple, 4 appl., W/D, F/P, large  gaage w/extra paiking, reb. req.  $900/mo. Forappl. tovbw, pbatt  call alter 6pm, Debbie at 8868348  or 9364883. ItTW  3-4 bdrm. lownhouse, vbw, close  to town. $850/mo. 9298227.I17W  3 bdim. houtt w/view, lowtr Qb-  sons. $72S/mo. avail. Apr. 15.888-  0088. II7W  Upper Gibsons 1 bdim suit, qubt  ma, garden, $460/mo plus 1/4  886-3107. 117c  Granthams Landing, 2 bdrm, ut*-  tin Incl. Good vbw, tccist to  btich. $650/mo. Avail immtd.  886-2310. 117c  Central Qbeom, 2 bdrm apt. wth  skykght taWr captt Hydro Icabb  nol Indudtd. ISSWme. Made or  Gbn a 886-7011 Ml  Largs 2 bdim side/side duplex.  1008 Fairview Sl. Clean, quiet  large yard $640/mo Avail May 1  WI 921 -5247 118c  Ntw lurnished or unfurnished  suit, private entrance, sundeck,  panoramic viiw, nur lerry Iih  cable utilities included $575/mo.  186-7394 ItTw  Almost ntw 1 bedroom cottage  Spectacular vbw. laundry drapes.  2 mins lo tarry. Avail, immed  $82S/mo 886-9759 I18w  1 bdrm view apt. lowtr Gibsons.  Luge patio, private gaden. ntw  building, laundry. Walk lo all  amenities Quiet ind stcurt.  S660:mo 866-3420 116c  Spaceus 1 bdrm. apt good location, palio, 4 appls.. $575/mo.  includes he* I hydro. 296-5215 01  FAX 296-5934 ��16w  2 bdrm.. modern, in park-like setting creek, nur mill, no pets.  $675/mo. 686-2454. ��16w  3 bdrm. 2 bath, 5 appl. N/P. large  yard $800/mo Avail April 1 886-  4203. 116c  2 bdrm house. 5 appl., bige yard,  avail. May 1. downlown location.  $650.865-2544 *18c  Shaie 3 bdim houn with oni  other, $300/mo. 665-0654,  Leonard. ��16c  W/front new sett-contained 1 bdrm.  bsmt. apt., N/S, N/P, reb. 2 appl.  shared laundry, $400 �� utib. 665-  0606. ��18w  2 bdrm home with fireplace,  Browning Rd. area (Wilson Creek).  Suit adult lamily or semi-retired  couple. No pets. Lease prelerred.  References please. $750/mo.  includes utilities. 865-3433. ��16c  Davis Bay, spacious 3 bdim wih  vbw, long ttim, n/p, n/i, references. 885-3433.  . ���18c  Roommate wanted to thin  uniquely decorated lully furnished  house on but route, Sechel, loom  furnished, $400/mo. 865-5443.  I18C  Enclosed garage ttorage space,  downlown Sechell, 685-2330.IIBC  Davis Bay, ma beach, large modem houn, 3 bdim., 2 baths,  lenced yard, $800/mo. 8854882,  5284102. 117a  Large waterlront home w/private  dock, 3 bdrm., 3 bath, sauna, 5  appl., $1500Ano. 885-2863 or Van.  222-3481. IISw  Ntw luxurious 2 bedroom lown-  houu, 3 baths. 5 tppllanctt,-  gtrage, fireplace, no pits, avail.  Miy 1, $800.1-942-1219 net.  ���17w  1 yr. old f bdrm. Wet vbw, btmt  mhm to tbgb paton, bundry tad.  aval, N/P, reb. req. avU. May t,  $45Wno. cafala md. plus 1/3 uHs.  885-1924. tmm  3 bdrm. moMe tent on prhrali  tot, aval. May 1, $850/mo. 885-  8823. I17w  COMMERCIAL  CENTRAL QIBSONS  Retail/office space foi rent, 1275  square feel, central air conditioning, good parking, - $10 triple net.  GRANT REALTY LTD.  8864330  3 bdrm. lurnished house, base,  Tuwanek, $700.  2 bdrm. watertront. Gibsons, $650.  2 bdim. acreage, Redrooffs, $700.  2 bdrm. side dupbx, Gibsons.,  $750.  Large house 3 bdrm. suite 12  bdim suite, Gibsons, $1150.  1 bdim. sharing house, Langdab,  $325.  4 bdim. house Langdab, $800  1 bdim. panabode Middlepoint,  $500  Sussex Realty Property  ��� DmiAuttln  ���854295  32 Commercial  For Rent  Light industrial. 750 sq. fl. workshop in Gibsons, $475/mo. 1-921-  6751. ��17c  Office space, lower Gibsons. 886-  2455. ��18w  LOWER GBSONS  Olfice, heat and light included.  $175/mo. 886-2588. 116c  Davis BayWteon Creek hal available Wheelch ail lacilities. 885-  2752 or 885-9883. > tfn  DAW BAY  ���e��ng specs evil, in 1  Ma.Afrf1.taam.8Ktt13.  ���lie  ill ' l.fuV  1100 sq. 8. wathoute and ottce  space, Gibsons industrial btsin,  $900 per month tripbntt.  Sichtl ratal, approx. MD sq. t,  Whef St., $1000 kid. tares  StcfiM office space, $4504750 .  Wlbon Cieek - warthoust,  81.00/loot;   offices   spaces.  OMNT REALTY LTD.  W. Sechel, upper level, targe 2  bdtm. setoxittiod tun. Sutabie  for couple waiting qubt place.  N/P.NIS.rtb.raq.$8ta*io.��1/2  ut*. 885-2996 I18w  OctentMt, oeeanvbw, 2 bdrm.  aptDevbBey,$e<XVmo.pkaul��.  885-5818 or 782-8371 HI 8pm.  H8W  Sachet. S Mnt. t *a��. 1 yr. oM  memioorolhouee,5appt,douUe  0VtQt, tttttf vttW, MM VM.  $85��no.��ullMey 1.872-5831.  ���lie  Witt SttM-flNun. Shod tern  lovely Mg 1 bdrm.btmt. suite  ���Ml. Miy 1, $40tVnw. Jtntt M5>  ���18a  Smelt 1 bdim cottage, turnished,  $300/mo 8658847 ��16c  OCEAN VIEW  Btchelor apartment 7 Islet Apis.  Madeira Park. 885-3810.    117c  1 bdim . furnished condo, vbw.  swimming pool. 5 appl.. F/P, by  wttk or month. 8858831. I17w  2 bdrm watertront. l/p. 2 appl., dou  bit carport, nip. n/s, Redrooffs  wet StOO/mo. 1-928-3603.117c  2 bdrm hoist on 1/2 acrt. Stent  Cove. Jacuzzi, ebc. 8 wood stove  $750 t util, n/p, rvs Pan, Robin  224-5943 It 7c  PENDER HARBOUR  2 bdrm. 2 baths, country homa.  completely renovated. $750. 885-  5659 1117c  2 bdim lurn. condo. Secret Cove,  by weekend, week or month. 885-  7882. 116c  Waterfront 1 bdrm. cabin, Irvines  Landing Avail, immtd. laundry  facilities, tlte. htlt, $400/mo.  deposit. N/S. 883-9446.     ��!6w  Prime ratal space, Hwy. 101,1500  sq. fl. $1000. No triple net. 737-  1081. th  Rntn't Cry Thtetas, stab ol Iht  at 274 teet tadWy. Avabbta for  pMtonMAOM, miingi, Mniran,  EMWbm. Sptdal ralM fcx non-  phm otfMuMM md tchooh,  ma��� L ��� ��� L^ m U���b������m������tt_* _____% --*  rff UUUM1Q INMHMI fHMM CM  ��64687Tiae-fH.1(M.     Hn  For Rent - Seemount Industrial  Pak, Ight MarW, tavto com-  merdtL up to 2000 sq WW eating, heavy wiring. Abo 750 sq 8  bey 12' door, mill exposure  Ptent 888-2883 days, M8-M7S  ���MS 8n  Washout! tptce tor best. 1500-  3000 sq t Hwy 101. Qibsons Al  ttcWbs aval. incl. large loading  Ax*. 1884183. *  Robtib Cratk Htl, aril, dances,  ptrtbs. weddings Yvonnt 886-  7118 ni  Ftbulom conwntfcul itorafront tof  but. Ovtr 1000 sq. ft. No triple  net. Aval. Jan. 1, Seaview Plaza.  Gibtont Marb, Gbn 866-7018 a  Lomtt-737-8081 tin  Pat time yard work, W. Sechel.  ST/hr 665-2026 iter 4 pm 118c  P/T portion to co-ordkiite a morning drop-in program lor parents  ind thUr dhktren from birth to 5  yrt. of ige. Ritponsible for program development, staff supervision tnd financial management  Experience and education in family  counselling or parenting education  and excellent communication and  management skills required Sub-  mi resume by April 30 to: Executive Director, Sunshine Coest  Community Services Society, Boa  1069, Sechel. BC VON 3A0.��17w  Coordinator required for preschool  Summer Fun program. Must have  ECE qualifications and possess  valid First Aid Certificate Please  reply to Sechell Preschool. Box  1568. Sechelt. BC VON 3A0 #18*  ________  ���      ki   "'.'.  ���**, ,f* ���fV'/��-fs1VT  &&T v_ud5i iNews, April it), \t~ii  34. Help Wanted       134. Help Wanted  Business 8,  Home Servtc  The new General Motors Dealer Operator In  Stchelt is looking to expand his sales Department  and has openings for two full time Sales positions.  Sales experience in the automobile business  would be an asset but not mandatory. He is  willing to train the right people.  The successful candidates will be motivated self  starters who are willing to commit the time and  energy to make this a rewarding career  He is interested in knowing about your  background and your ability to work with  customers.  An excellent benefit package, commission  structure and demo are included with these  positions.  Please reply in writing with resume to:  Lloyd Grapentine, Sales Manager  Sunshine Motors (1994) Ltd.  1633 Field Road at Highway 101  P.O. Box 1088  Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  We are accepting applications lor BARRY'S WINDOW CLEANING  lish processors al Scanmar Metal 8 vinyl houses washed, lawn  Seafood in Egmont. Please call cutting, reasonable rales. 686  Donna. 863-1147. 117c 3277. #16w  Waitress, F/T S P/T, apply after 2 RESUMES  pm, 5651 Cowrie St., Sechell. Professionally typeset and laser  It7w printed. 886-3425. tfns  35. Business &  Home Service:  DRYWALL FINISHING  Complete drywall services. Professional, guaranleed workmanship  Large or small jobs. Rob 886-  3573. #200  35   Business &  Home Seivices  37   Child Cue  38. Business  Opportunities  Investigating A  Real Estate  Career?  Need assistance with  the Real Estate  Pre-Ucenslng Course?  Call Rob GUI  Sales Manager  NRS. Sechelt Realty  885-2235  WILL'S LAWN CARE  Lawn mowing, weedeating. 865-  7733. ��18w  NEED HELP SPRING  CLEANING YOUR  GARDEN?  DOWN TO EARTH  GARDENING SERVICES  KATHRYN MISSEUS  885-3458  HORIZON  PELLET STOVES  No ftinokc, No Chimney!  Dralrr for Jammtown  Em inifuv, Tempo)  Avcnl  tAll 885 5153  HOMEOWNERS  HELPLINE  Any Job  rcffiftu 886-4788  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping - Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaranteed  Work. Free estimates. 885-2109.  Hn  Gardener, mature person needed  lor permanent P/T job, 1-2 days /  week, lots ol variety. Madeira Park  area. 663-9683. ��16c  Pursuant to our constitution,  Sechelt Preschool Assoc, is inviting applications lor the position of  Teacher 8 Assislant tor the 94/95  school year  Teacher: the applicant must have  a valid ECE and first aid certificate:  have the knowledge and ability lo  efleclively communicate and deal  with preschool age children, parents and directors: be willing lo  assist with various administrative  duties.  Assistant: must enjoy working with  preschool age children: be responsible for all aspects ol cleaning Ihe  school: perform under the direction  ol the teacher.  Please send resume w/progiam  ideas and remuneration required  to Box 1568, Sechell, BC VON  3A0. Incumbents are invited to reapply  ��17c  Full time night staff needed immediately Apply in peison, Gibsons  Subway. ��l8c  Vacant Position  Ministry of Heallh.  Ollice Assistant 2-Part Time  Auxiliary Position  Sechelt/Gibsons, $14.34-115.35  per hour.  This position wi provide part-lime  regular houn and vacation/sick  coverage. Tht job offers a challenging opportunity to provide a  variety ol administrative support  cervices to the local flaalth Unit  office under the direction ol the  Administrative Clerk.  QUALIFICATIONS: Grade 12,  preferably with ability to type 50  wpm Minimum 1 year clerical  experience Working knowledge ol  WP5.1, Lotus 1-2-3 and Harvard  Graphics reguiied. Thorough  knowledge in reception and  switchboard. Effective organizational, communication and interpersonal skills and Ihe ability to  work under pressure necessary.  APPLICATIONS can be mated or  dropped oil at the Coatt Garibaldi  Heallh Unit. 5571 Inlet Avtnue,  Sechelt on or belore Friday, Apr!  22. ��16w  THIRD COAST THEATRE seeks  booking tgent to national and  international audiences Musl bt  self-sufficient. Volunteer experience preferred A love lor arts  essential Remuneration upon  booking. Will train. Phone 886-  3634 use  Ollice peison lor marine repair  shop, responsible lor customers  parts, sales, A/R, A/P, Word Per  led 6 Bedlord expeiience prel  Salary common, w/exptiitnct  Call 683-1118. ��17c  Paper route in Madeira Park, 2-i  1/2hrs.,7days/wk $700/mo. Cal  865-4762. ��18w  Mature responsible substitute  mom required evenings to takt  caie of 6, 9 8 11 yr. old. plut  household duties, car driver  Woodcreek Park area. Ratal neg  886-6881 *17c  ALASKA SUMMER JOBS  Salmon tithing and canntrlet  earn ol to $30,000 in thiai  monlhs. Most living txptntet  paid. Hiring now. Call (504) 646  2803 Ext S389 until 7 pm, 7 days.  ���tew  Now accepting applications for our  1994 season Part-time position  available as: server, bartender,  kitchen help, housekeeping, Iront  desk clerk Must be willing lo work  shifts and weekends. Send  resume lo: Lold Jim's Retort  Hotel. C 18. JR site, RRI1, Hallmoon Bay, BCVON IVO.   ��17w  12-step counsellor loi teen drug  and alcohol oul patient Recovery  Program, Minimum 2 yean personal working knowledge hi a 12-  step program. Accompanied with a  background in counselling, addictions counselling training (ACT.)  ctrtificatt or equivalent pre-  tenable. Submit resumes to Sunshine Coasl Breakaway, Box 393,  Gibsons, BC VON 1V0.      ��16w  PROJECT PARENT  COUNSELLOR REQUIRED  Permanent, part-time potition  available lor lamily support services. Responsibilities include Individual, lamily and group counseling. Ability to work well wilh a  wide variety ol client needs and  Base wth various agencies. Flexibility, creativity and ability lo work  independently at well as part ol a  team. Undemanding of istuet  with regard to family dynamics,  grief/loss, and abuse an asset.  Mutt have excellent report writing  skills. Experience and prolessional  training required. BSW or related  degree prelerred. Subm. resumes  by April 25,1884 to: Coordinator,  Project Parent, Box 1069, Sechelt  BCV0N3A0. #16w  P/T expeiienced chambermaid,  conlact Stan anytime, 685-9314,  Cozy Court Motel. ��l6c  Teenager to cul glass every 2  wks (2-3 hrs.) Phone 685-0896.  ���16W  Vou can end your worries 6  secure your dreams - residual  income, lime lo enjoy il. Exciting  travel opportunities. 865-2461.  ��18w  Assemble light products at home.  Excel, income, easy work. Call loi  directory, 24 hrs. (804) 623-2360  exl. A74. ttn  SC Goll i Country Club requires  pro shop peison. Send resume lo  Box 364. Gibsons, BC VON 1VO tfn  VOLUNTEERS NEEDED  A driver is needed In Gibsons lo  deliver Metis on Wheels on Fridays to seniors, 12-1:30.* A coordinator it needed tor the Fan Fair  in Sept. in Gibsons.' A coordinator It needed to assist with a talent  show In July, exciting position.'  Co-coordinator is needed for the  Audio Books Library lo assist with  distribution of taped books to visual impaired people.' The Maritime  Festival in May needs volunteers  to assist in many areas. * Therapeutic riding program lor children  needs volunteers to assist on Mondays. Knowledge of hones essential. For these and more opportunities contact tha Voluntttr and  Information Centre at 685-5861.  I16w  RAINY DAY MENDING  Hem panls ��� tix zippers ��� sew  seams ��� iron dress clothes ��� design  costumes for all occasions. Buttons. Make pants into shorts  "lease make sure all clothes are  clean. You lear II, I'll repair II.  Penny Beidahl, 666-3995.   ��18c  SOLARIUMS, SUNROOMS  Skylights and palio coven. David  Pye Construction, 885-4490 ��16c  Renovations ��� Additions ��� Interior  Finishing ��� Trim-base laminata ���  Counters ��� cabinets. Quality workmanship. Free estimates. Eric 886-  872B. ��17c  CATHY'S  HOME CLEANING  Experienced house cleaners,  bondable 8 relerences. 866-4660.  117*  RHYASON ELECTRIC ENT.  Installations,  renovations  8  repairs. Free estimates.reg.  ���22569. 886-8657 or cell. 377-  7956,24 hours.  ���16c  Outbuilding ��� addition ��� renovation  ��� repair ��� structure inspection and  documentation ��� rol specialists.  885-6070. ��16c  AARNE  Protettiontl  Welch, Clock 8 Jewelry  REPAIR  Scandinavia-educated 30 years  experience. Call 885-0824 Aarne  or lv mess ��19w  WILLOW GARDEN SERVICE  Spring pruning, cleanup, lawn and  garden care. Exc. rels. Rob Wilson  885-3232. #16w  Word Proceeelng Audio Tape  Transcription Milling Uttt. 665-  ���419. ��16w  Foi help with landscaping labour,  yard work, window washing, elc.  call Bill 666-0051 hard working,  reliable. ��16w  Q1  BRUNO'S  ELECTRIC  "NO JOB TOO SMALL"  Residential ���Commercial  886-2054 license #10805  RON'S ROOFING  New and le-roofing, cedai shakes,  duroid, torch-on. 885-6186. K1c  Oil lurnace repairs, plumbing, hot  water tanks, drain cleaning.  Michael 8868022 or 886-8063.  Ma*  Anything Anythni Anytrtms  Need a diver? Replacing zincs,  boal scraping, etc. Kevin 885-  4686. Il8w  DOYOUNEED7  Lawn/landscape maintenance,  power raking, hedge trimming,  brushcutting, rotolilling, turf laying,  low maint. landscaping, rubbish  removal, etc. 885-0737.     *18w  WILL'S WINDOW WASHING  Reasonable tales. 886-7733 #1 '�����  PLUMBING  Remodelling, burst pipes, hot  water tank, plugged drains, leaky  faucets, cal Paul 886-9420. ��16w  BOB'S PAINTING  Interior, exterior, pressure washing, quality workmanship, satisfaction guaranteed. 885-4804. ��18c  DECK 1 FENCES  Quality workmanship, Insured 8  bonded. Fair prices, last, free estimates. Cal Donn 885-3557. Rail,  avail. #17c  KITCHENS 8 BATHS  Quality at fair prices. Many rels.  avail. Insured and bonded. Fait,  free estimates. Call Donn 885-  3557. ��17c  EXPERIENCED CARPENTER  for hire. Forms, framing, finishing,  dtcks 8 renovations. Diew 885-  4557. ��20c  MOUNTAIN  CWY  ELECTRIC  LTD.  RESIDENTIAL,  COMMERCIAL.  INDUSTRIAL  886-2834  KEITH CUNE  aa #4, SIO. CM. GIBBONS VON IVO  ��R 23163  HORIZON GLASS  LIMITED  ftperilliiilig in ronuncn-iij &  midrfltial gluing  Over 20 yean ripcrtiw  Competitive, prompt lervicr  CsEHMISl  Income Ttx Preparation, $25.  Delivery service available, seniors  discount. 886-3075 ��21w  D.W. Johnston Trucking, sand,  crushed rock, drain rock. Very reasonable rates. 885-8849.    816c  RENOVATIONS PUIS  Quality renovations, fair pricing.  Insured and bonded, last, free estimates. Refs. avail. Call Donn al  Surelock 685-3557. #17c  B8DPRESSURE WASHING  3004400 PSI  Vinyl, aluminum, stucco siding.  Dtcks, boats, roofs, RVs, concrete  dhveways, etc. 688-0055.   (16c  HARDWOOD FLOORING  New boors supplied, laid, tended  and finished. Old fioon resanded  and relinished. Lyle Hayter Floors  Lid. 885-7833. MOW  L.T.C.-Aide, 5 yis. experience,  seeking private work. Leave message al 666-4643. #18c  Small drywall jobs and repairs.  Plumbing, carpentry, small renovations. Seniois discounts. Call  Norm 686-0997. ��18c  Painting, gardening and general  labour. Sieve and Jaynie Bethune,  865-3276. *16c  BOB'S RUBBISH REMOVAL  Will remove whatever haunts you.  Quick, courteous service. 885-  4604. ��16c  Haid working lemale seeks  employment, computers, clerical oi  7 6658250. #18c  Office work, computers or house  cleaning. 886-7408. *17c  Avail, lot drywall, taping, 8 spray  |obs, very experienced. Allan 885-  7080. ��t6w  Licenced plumber, new construction and repairs. 886-8716. #16c  Painting, gardening ind general  Itbour. Stmt or Jaynie Bethune.  ���854276. im  Reliable man willing to do yaid  work. 8664296. *16w  RENOVATIONS  Home Improvement  -Efficientquality seivice  Certified Carpenter  Brad Steuart  886-6652  ���I7w  Rtrooflng, Renovations, Repair!  Leaks stopped, reasonable 8  guaranleed, free estimates. L8M  Home Improvements. 665-9250.  ���17w  Do It yourself ceramic and marble  tile. Glued hardwood lino, carpel c  0811886-8934. ��17w  Female educator seeking loom 8  board in exchange tor gardening,  tutoring or other assistance.  Juty/Aug., lv. mail. 886-7072.ltns  VERSATILE TRACTOR CO.  Have your garden prepared by  heavy duty tractor with plow and  rototiller, 743 Bobcat to backfill,  with landscape rake. Alto small  excavator to install driveways, septic tanks, small foundations with  small dump truck to remove rubbish or general cleanup. 886-4659.  ��21w  COMPUTER INSTRUCTION  At home or at work, one on one or  a group. Call Jed 886-8095.  tfns  COOL RUNNINGS  One Ion truck available lor hauling,  rubbith removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rotolilling, odd jobs.  CaH after 6pm 686-2215 Bob tfni   5,5.39,7 *      {��  ��*^WOOOW^ RUBBISH REMOVAL  Heme RomediMng, FWtMng yan) C|,anu. |;ghl mmMi 0_  We look at all jobs big or small. ���,���, quick ftiend)y ^^ M5.  For prompt, qualily woik tt an MS4| j2j.,81, ^ #17w  affordable price, call Art Gin-   bncM 8884372 er 888-7188. tfn  Child care wanled, for 5 8 7 yr. old  children. Live In 01 oul. 885-4488  ask for Tom. #i8w  Loving mother ol one preschooler  will babysit in my home. Lots ol  toys, games 8 lun in a safe, friendly subdivision. Call after 6pm lot  an Interview. 686-4697.     #18w  Sechell Preschool is accepting  applications loi 94/95 school year  Also Ihere are a lew spaces avail,  now for 3 8 4 yr. olds. Please  . phone 865-3515 or 685-9658.  ���18w  I would enjoy caring lor a child in  my W. Sechell home, ages 2-5.  Rels. Kristi, 685-3597.       #1Bc  "KINDER-CARE"  KIDS KINGDOM  FAMILY DAYCARE  Serving Ihe Cedar Grovt Elementary School area.  ��� Flexible hours ��� Transportation ���  Lunch option ��� Worry Iree qualily  caie. $350/mo ��� lull lime ��� rale  includes Prolessional Development and Parent-Teacher Interview Days. $17 50/daily rale (as  available basis).  To register your Kindergarten  bound child (born 1989) loi the  94/95 school term, call CORINNE  at 8888104.  Childcare available in my Langdale  home TLC first-aid. rels. 8860296.  ��16w  Jack t Jill Preschool registration  lot Sepl. '94 3 8 4 yr. olds, Sal.,  April 30, IOam-12 noon, Harmony  Lane, Gibsons. 866-9417 01686-  3923. ��17w  VENDING. Before you Invest,  Investigate. Cash business. High  return Eagle: 1 800-387 CASH  Canadian Owned. #l6w  Willing to learn 1 new business  for ptrt of tht profit? Do you  have 01 would like to have highly  developed people skills? Are you a  good listener? or a good problem  solver? Work is tourism related.  Interested persons should apply by  writing lo Box 416, c/o Coast  News, Box 460, Gibsons, BC VON  IVO by Apiil 23. ��16w  $200-5500 Weekly! Assemble  products al home. Easyl No Selling! Direct payment. Fully Guaranteed. No Expeiience necessary.  Call 24 hrs. 1-504-641 -7776 ext.:  208. ��16w  Small affordable franchise. House  sitting and pet caie service, pre-  established clientele, flexible  houn. Call Sharon 885-2228. ss  LAWN 8 GARDEN  Fruit tiee pruning and spraying,  gaiden renovations, retaining  walls, hedge trimming, general  cleanup. Call 886-0160.        tfn  COMPUTER INSTRUCTION  Al home or at work, one on one or  a group. Call Jeff 686-8095.  this  CHIPPING AND MULCHING  SERVICE  Turn your brush pies, leaves and  gaiden watte to chips and mulch  loi compost. Quick seivice, reasonable rales. Nick at 688-2756.  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  RENOVATIONS  Wallpaper, paint, carpentry, draft-.,  ing, Iree estimatet. References  available. 886-3483. tfns  CULTURED MARBLE  Jetted bathtubs, sinks, baths and  shown pantlt, CSA appiovtd.  Fiee estimales. Tom Sealy 883-  2978.  ���        th  NOTICE TO  CREDITORS AND  OTHERS  NOTICE Is hereby given  that creditors and others  having claims against the  Estate of KENNETH  LAMBIE MORGAN,  deceased, formerly of 908  Reed Road, Qibsons,  British Columbia, who  died on the 26th day ol  February 1993, are  hereby required to send  them to the undersigned  Executor at Vancouver  British Columbia, before  the 17th day of May  1994, after which date the  Executor will distribute the  said Estate among the  parties entitled thereto,  having regard to the  claims of which it has  notice.  JOSEPHINE FRANCES  NORRIS  Executrix of the Estate of  Kenneth Lambie Morgan  by her solicitors  RANKIN & COMPANY  4th floor  195 Alexander Street  Vancouver, B.C.  V6A1N8  COASTUNE FENCING  WoodmACtitfiLWt  EXPRESSION OF INTEREST  Stillwater Woodlands of MacMillan  Bloedel Limited is soliciting names of  companies interested in stream  cleaning to assist with our Stream  Management Program in 1994. This  includes hand cleaning, helicopter  cleaning, etc.  If you would like your name included  dn our list please write to:  MacMillan Bloedel Limited  Stillwater Woodlands  #301-4400 Marine Avenue  Powell River, B.C.  V8A2K1  Attn: Mr. Lyle McMurdo  Please include the type of equipment  available and other pertinent details.  TOWN OF GIBSONS  SALE OF USED EQUIPMENT  The Town of Gibsons intends to sell the following  equipment on an "as is where is" basis and invites bids  for:  1. HYDRA/ES 600m electric boiler, 600v, 3ph boiler with  65 psi output  2.1979 International dump truck (single axle), 466 cubic  inch diesel, 14,500 GVW, front hydraulic lift, belly  grading blade, tall gate Salter.  3. Assortment of metal/concrete curb forms.  The above items may be viewed between 1 pm - 4 pm,  April 27th and 28th 1994 at the Henry Road Works Yard  (corner of Henry Road and Reed road).  All bids must be received at the Municipal Hall no later  than 4 pm, May 5th 1994. The lowest of any tender will  not necessarily be accepted.  Dan Legg  Administrator  I'M YOUR HANOMAH  Porches, Addition* Remodelling,  Solariums. No job too amaU. Bill at Babysitter needed, Halfmoon Bay  888-0380 or 24 hi. pager 1-977- area lor boy, 2 yrs. Rels. a mult.  6502.888-0684. tfn   Must be reliable. 8858894. ItSc  We're pinning  our hopes on you.  The Kiiiney Foundation  ofCanapa  ^3^a333335g3C02^^  Bt  Serving Mariners Since 1968  uccaneer  Marina & Resort Ltd.  ���marine hardware  ���marine ways lo 36'  ��� open 7 days a week 8 am-5 pm  ��� free it-launch boat ramp  yard trailer haul-out service to 28' ��� hull painting and power washing  PARTS  SECHET COVE  885-7888  Prepare for the  boating season now! EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST  Stillwater Woodlands of MacMillan  Bloedel is soliciting names of  companies interested in road deactivation and road de-building to assist  with our road management program in  1994.  If you would like your name included on  our list please write to:  MacMillan Bloedel Limited  Stillwater Woodlands  #301-4400 Marine Avenue  Powell River, B.C.  VSA 2K1  Attention: Mr. Lyle McMurudo  Please include the type of equipment  available and other pertinent details.  LOOKING  TO  EXTRA  MONEY  OUT  OF  YOUR  BUDGET?  TRY  SELLING  UNWANTED  ITEMS  IN THE  COAST  NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS!  ISLANDS TRUST  GAMBIER ISLAND TRUST COMMITTEE  NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING  Notice Is hereby given that all persons who deem It their interest In  property affected by the following proposed bylaws will be afforded  an opportunity to be heard on the matters contained therein at a  Public Hearing to be held at the Gambler Island Community Centre  (located on the northerly portion ot Block 13, Plan 3488, District Lot  847, Group 1, New Westminster Land District, in the vicinity of the  intersection of Delgratia and Bay View Roads) on Saturday, April  30,1994 commencing al 11:15am.  In general terms, the intent of the following proposed bylaw is:  1. Proposed Gambler Island Trust Committee Bylaw No. 54 cited  as "The Gambier Island Official Community Plan Bylaw No.  110, 1976, Amendment Bylaw No. 1, 1994" is a bylaw to  amend "The Gambier Island Official Community Plan Bylaw  No. 110. 1976" (The Gambler Island Official Community Plan)  by:  Adding to the section 8.2.3, Public Recreation Area land use  ai category, a new subsection entitled "Local Parks Area" In  which establishment of local area parks Is authorized.  Changing the land use designation shown in the Official  ��) Community Plan Map for land on Gambier Island known as Lot  1 (Explanatory Plan 3078) of Lot A, Block 1 of Block C, District  Lot 847, Plan 7081, from the Residential Land Use Category  to the Local Area Park Land Use Category. The area subject  to this bylaw alteration is shown generally in the underlying  sketch.  2. Proposed Gambier Island Trust Committee Bylaw No. 55 cited  as "Gambier Island Zoning Bylaw, 1979, Amendment Bylaw  No. 1. 1994" is a Bylaw to amend "Gambler Island Zoning  Bylaw, 1979" (The Gambier Island Zoning Bylaw) by:  a) Adding a new zoning classification entitled "Local Area Park (LP)  Zone " in which the permitted uses of land, buildings and  structures are limited to park and recreational uses. Permitted  buildings and structures are those necessary to accommodate  park and recreational uses. Regulations pertaining to the LP  zones limit height of buildings and structures to not more than 7  metres; Lot coverage by buildings and structures to not more  than 25 per cent of the area zoned LP; and building and structure  setbacks, except tor a fence or pumphouse, are not closer than a  distance of 3 metres from a lot line or 4.5 metres from a lot line  abutting a public highway.  b) Changing the zoning classification of land on Gambier Island  known as Lot 1 (Explanatory Plan 3078) of Lot A, Block 1 of  Block C, District Lot 847, Plan 7081, as shown in Plan No. 1  attached to and forming part of this bylaw, from the Public  Institutional 2 (PI2) Zone to the Local Area Park (LP) Zone.  The area subject to this bylaw is shown generally in the  underlying sketch.  ^  3. Proposed Gambler Island Trust Committee Bylaw No. 56 is a  bylaw to amend "Gambler Island Subdivision Bylaw, 1979"  (The Gambier Island Subdivision Bylaw) by adding a new  subdivision District entitled "Local Area Park" in which the  minimum parcel area shall be 0.5 hectares.  All persons who deem their Interest in property affected by the  proposed bylaws shall be afforded an opportunity to be heard in  person, by a representative, or by written submission on all  matters contained in the proposed bylaws, at the aforementioned  time and place.  A copy of the proposed bylaw and relevant background  documents may be Inspected at the Islands Trust Office, 2nd  Floor, 1627 Fort Street, Victoria, B.C. between the hours of 8:30  a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday inclusive, excluding  statutory holidays, from Thursday, April 21, 1994 up to and  including Friday, April 29,1994.  For the convenience of the public only, and not to satisfy Section  957(2) (v) of the Municipal Act, additional copies of the proposed  bylaws may be inspected on the Public Notice Board at the New  Brighton Government Wharf, Gambier Island.  Gordon Mcintosh  Secretary  ,r ]  tt  Just  moved?  Bride  to be?  New Baby? **  CaO us Jar Sechell ��� Ruth 885-5847  your FREE Gibsons ��� Carole 886-3682 ' II/ArTiM  glflt & Sechell (bibles only) 1/1/ AljUlN  Information. ��� Midge 885-3380 S|NCE 193��  Coast News. April 18. 1994  23  Gibsons <Sea Cavalcade Committee  presents a  dinner dance  mm�� tir\r\fif^oi  at the YMCA Hall at Camp Elphinstone  at the end of YMCA Road in Langdale  with the &iq Band Sound of the  Harbour Lites Orchestra  April 30  6:30 p.m. to 1 a.m.  Tickets $30 available at Sayward Books,  The Landing Clothing Co.,  Coast News (Sechelt office) and from members  Press Semi-formal   No host bar  for more Information call DOREEN TIPTON 886-9042  a v i^ * n ���  11 e     v \e* #* a   ���      K c v i v/ ra M L     1/ I a  ���   K ��� \t  ���  ROYAL TERRACES BUILDING, 5477 WHARF RD., SECHELT, B.C.  ��� BOX 800, VON 3A0  ���  885-2261  MONDAY, APRIL 18,1994  UPCOMING MEETINGS  NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING  Solid Waste Management Plan Advisory Committee  Wednesday, April 20th at 1:30 p.m.  (please note the time change from last ad)  Development Services Committee  Thursday, April 21st at 2:00 p.m.  Planning Committee  Thursday, April 21st to follow Development Services  Provincial Emergency Program  Thursday, April 21st at 3:00 p.m. at the Sechelt Fire Hall  Forest Advisory Committee  Wednesday, April 27th at 7:00 p.m.  Regular Board  Thursday, April 28th at 7:30 p.m.  NEW FEES - SECHELT LANDFILL SITE  BYLAW 337.15 (Grimm)  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT BOARD ROOM  7:00 P.M., THURSDAY, APRIL 28,1994  Pursuant to Sections 956 and 957 of the Municipal Act a  public hearing will be held to consider the following bylaw of  the Sunshine Coast Regional District:  1.   Sunshine Coast Regional District Electoral Area A Zoning  Amendment Bylaw No. 337.15,1994  The intent of Bylaw 337.15 is to amend Sunshine Coast  Regional District Electoral Area A Zoning Bylaw No. 337,1990  to rezone Strata Lot 16, District Lot 4696, Strata Plan VR 1414  from Rural Resource (RU2) zone to Single Family Residential  (RI) zone to permit construction of a second dwelling on the  property. The subject property of Bylaw 337.15 is shown on  the following map:  Effective MAY 1.1994. the fees for controlled waste will be:.  'ffmftTPNNE. rjK**; ���-~ ~~~  Appliances, Asphalt & Concrete, Cardboard, Commercial  Waste, Derelict Vehicles, Durable Goods (furniture/TVs/etc.),  Dirt & Rocks, Oil Tanks, Scrap Metal, Misc.   ���  $40 PER TONNE:  Clean Construction Waste, Clean Demolition Waste, Roofing,  Clean Yard Waste/Brush  $75 PER TONNE: Asbestos, Gypsum, Refrigerators & Freezers  tlttPERTQNNEi Passenger Tires  $165 PER TONNE: Medium Truck Tires  $400 PER TONNE: OTR Oversize Tires  ** NO CHARGE for regular household/kitchen waste  S.K. Lehmann  Superintendent of Public Works  iI-(,iA-?k.���:;.;,-  ....J .,....������ ruylh it ,imm*i  V us .QfiiqEw 'mi  PENDER HARBOUR AQUATIC & FITNESS CENTRE ��� 883-2612  Register for our Spring Programs, including swimming lessons,  Lifeguard training, Adapted Aquatics, Synchronized Swimming,  Swim team, Fitness Classes, Weight training consultation.  RED CROSS STANDARD 1ST AID & CPR - April 22-24/94  $95.00 includes books, exam fees, & double certification. Pre-  registration is required.  Correction: The Fitness class on Wednesday evenings has  been changed from Cardio Breakout to Tone, Strength &  Stretch from 7-8:15 pm. This class includes a gentle, low  impact warm up/cardio, followed by strength exercises  focusing on strengthening, thighs, gluteals, abdominals and  back muscles. The class will finish with at least 15 minutes of  stretching exercises to loosen sore, stiff muscles and relieve  tension. This class is ideal for active people who have suffered  overuse injuries and can no longer do high impact exercises.  SOLID WASTE INFORMATION MEETINGS'  GET IN THE S.W.I.M.* AND ATTEND!  The Sunshine Coast Regional  District needs your ideas!  Our goal is to reduce our garbage  by 50% by the year 2000. What are  our options? How will we achieve  this goal?  Attend the meetings to learn about our options.  Public Information Meeting Schedule  April 26     7:00 pm      Marine Room, Soulh Fletcher Road, Cibsons  April 27     7:00 pm      Seniors'Hall, Trail Avenue, Sechell  May 3       7:00 pm      Madeira Park Community Hall, Pender Harbour  For more information contact:  Cathy Kenny, Solid Waste Management Coordinator, 885-2261  The public hearing is scheduled to be held at 7:00 p.m. on  Thursday, April 28, 1994 in the Board Room of the Sunshine  Coasl Regional District offices, 5477 Wharf Road, Sechelt. All  persons who deem their interest in property to be affected by  the proposed bylaw shall be afforded an opportunity to be  heard on matters contained in the bylaw.  The above is a synopsis of the bylaw and is not deemed lo be  an interpretation of the bvlaw. The bylaw and associated  reports may be inspected at the Regional District Office in the  Royal Terraces building at 5477 Wharf Road, Sechelt, B.C.  during office hours, namely Monday lo Wednesday 8:00 a.m.  to 5:00 p.m., and Thursday and Friday 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.  from April 11, 1994 up lo and including April 28, 1994.  Mr. L. lardine Sunshine Coasl Regional District  Secretary Box 800, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  HILLSIDE INDUSTRIAL PARK  PROPERTIES FOR SALE OR LEASE  Persons interested in acquiring industrial property by purchase  or lease al Hillside Industrial Park at Port Mellon are requested  to contact:  Maurice Egan, Manager by telephone: 885-2261 or 885-2986  Hillside Industrial Park    by fax: 885-7909   CONGRATULATIONS  Congratulations lo Marie Bisson-Montpetil, director of the  Pender Harbour Aquatic Centre, on receiving a Recognition  Badge for her 15 years of volunteer work for the Royal Life  Saving Society of Canada.  HOURS ��� MONDAY TO WEDNESDAY 8:00AM TO 5:00PM, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY 8:00AM TO 6:00PM  ...     .  ...      ,i   ��%   ..   . ,..>���*��� 24  Coast News, April 18, 1994  news  CLIP & SAVE  Pender ponders pros, cons of  'partners in policing' program  id bcPanes Schedule  886-2242  VANCOUVER - SECHELT PENINSULA  by Roxanne Gregory  Pender Harbour may soon  have its own part-lime police  storefront office.  Pender Chamber of Commerce president Dave Orr is  spearheading the drive lo establish a community policing station, based on successful 'partners in policing' programs in Ihe  Lower Mainland and on Vancouver Island.  And he was al a meeling  Thursday night al Ihe Madeira  Park Legion to presenl Ihe idea  of community policing to the  small number of Pender Harbour residents and business  owners who turned oul lo discuss the idea  "A storefront operation i.s  just the first step in gelling a  detachment for Pender Harbour," Orr said.  "The RCMP are statistically  driven, and in order lo gel a  police presence you have lo  have the statistics Indicating  they are needed.  "Many people here jusl don'l  bother calling in a complain!  because il lakes a half an hour  or more for Sechell lo send  someone up here.  "Tonight is the acid test. It  has to be more lhan Ihe Chamber and business who want ihis.  It's the community's decision."  Almost all agreed lhat a  storefront police presence would  be useful.  While statistics on crime  weren't available, the consensus  was that all types of crime are  occurring in the Pender area,  with property thefts and acts of  vandalization predominating  Ralph Miller, a representative from the South Surrey community policing station, emphasized the role of volunteers in  such an arrangement.  "We're there to serve the  community. Our training is  extensive, and covers traffic  violations, report writing and  victims' services.  "Occasionally we provide  surveillance which assists the  RCMP. They can't be everywhere at once.  "Crime is no longer 'police  business.' It's everyone's business."  RCMP managers have made  a staffing offer for two half-days  per week. During other times,  the Pender storefront operation  would be run by trained volunteers.  Const. Fred Bott is sure the  program will get off the ground.  "It gives Ihe communily an  Public  invited to  mock trial  in spouse  abuse*  murder  A murder case involving a  battered spouse will be Ihe subject of a mock trial al the  Sechell Courthouse al 7 pm  Wednesday. April 20.  Nicole Girard is charged  wilh the second-degree murder  of her live-in boyfriend. Kevin  Steel.  The defence will argue lhal  Girard had heen violently  assaulted by Sicel over a period  of years, and so acted in self  defence.  This mock trial, original!)  produced by Ihe Law Courts  Education Society, will be  staged by the Law 12 class of  Chalelech Secondary in recognition of Law Week here in BC.  Students have assumed roles as  lawyers, witnesses, police and  other officials in order to  demonslrate Ihe court process  and lo illustrate some of Ihe  issues surrounding haltered wife  syndrome.  The mock trial will be held  al 7 pm Wednesday, April 20 in  th* Sechelt Courthouse, located  above Gibsons Building Supplies.  opportunity lo gel to know Ihe  police and the problems we  lace, and il gives us an opportunity to know Ihe communily.  We're already doing liaison  work in Ihe schools here and  this is just another step in being  able to share common ground  with the community."  Bolt says he believes the  increased police presence in  Pender during ihe past two years  has had a positive impaci, bul  lhal a storefront operation  would continue the downturn in  crime.  The 'Partners in Policing'  committee is looking for a walk-  in location, funding, and volunteers.  If vou can help, phone Dave  Orr al 883-9551, or Dallas  Brock at 883-9676.  HORSESHOE BAY - LANGDALE  Leave Horseshoe Bay  7:30 am     3:30  9:30 M       5:30 pm  11:30        7:25 M  1:15 pm    9:15  JERVIS INLET  EARLS COVE - SALTERY BAY  Leave Langdale  6:20 am       2:30  8:30 4:30 pm  10:30 6:30  12:25pmM  8:20M  "' ��� HinolH Mivtrlck But  Leave Earis Cove  6:40 am       4:30 pm  8:20 6:30  10:30 8:30  12:25 pmM   10:20 M  M - dmolM Mixrtck Bus  Leave Saltery Bay  5:45 am    3:30 pm  7:35  9:30 M  11:30  5:30 M  7:30  9:20  NRS CIBSONS MA11Y OD. ��� AN INDf PENOINT MEMBER BROKER  Sunnycresl Mall, Hwy. 101, Gibsons, B.C,  886-2277 (24 houn) Toll Free (Van): 682-1513 Fax: 886-3753  Steve Sawyer  r \  LAST CHANCE TO  K TAKE ADVANTAGE OF US! 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