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-and forty-eight
students f r o d d o w e Sound
secondary school weie named to
the kkonopr Roll for the second
reporting period of the year.
In brder to be named to the
honour roil the students must
achieve a B average os better.
Below are the names of the
students in *e grades from eight
to 12 who are Honour Roll
members.
Grade dght: Michelle Richard,
Maryel Helmers, Bruce F~rbes,
Maria Razzano, Paula Pearson,
Glenn Jahnke,
Steven
Davis. Mathew
Susan Jensen.
make,
Steven Noblctt, Bob Versluis, Carol Garay, Jean Hcnon, Kathy
Romah LeHocky, Dale Harry, D d a s , John Drenka, Alejandro
Denise Francis, Steve -Bank, Estrada; Susan Leach, Pamda
Cheryl Linley, Kevin Rutherford, Hurren, Julie - Camm, k n i w
Wendy Halvorson, Kevin Ounn, Mensinger, Ann Jones. E m
Kevin Ramsay, Shelley Herbert, Milia, Aaron Chadwick, Daryt
Maria Destradi, Mike Albrecht, Alexander, Peter Jacobs, Dave
Lisa Larsen, Reg Dubeck, Ann Sweeney, lone Behrner. Chris
Michelle Byrpe, Sherry Gottlieb, Delikatny, Shannon Barreau and
Raymond Payate, Liza Yonin, Todd McCIary.
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program
variety
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Students in Rick Price's class at Mamquam Elementary School who had been
studying the Middle East, enjoyed dressing ap in costume, eating foods from
Mohammed Rehaltulla' Dean - Input from listeners and the
and Rhonda Moore'
community has lead to a new
Grade nine: Bonnie Duboh schedule of programs, which
Eddie
began Thursday on CISQJaime
Binnag' Squamish and CISW-Whistler.
Phaliwal
Jonathan Brett will be on the air
and Baljinder Bir.
every weekday from 6:00 a.m. to
Grade ten: Brenda
12:OO noon, bringing music,
Karen Pattullo* Christa
features, news and information.
Betty Burge, Kim Ruthnford, The T-break is now heard at 1005
Preston M a r i a , Melody Moule, a.m.
Wood@ Brad McNeney,
From ll:OOa.m. to 12:OO noon,
'Orinne
Christine Binn- D.J. Dave McCormick presents
Lisa Shmkoi Annclyn cruz,i n t e r n a t i o n a l l y renowned
Lucy Milia* Melanie Rmpel* Bill Discumentary with music from
Drake, Roberta
Marion the 5Os, 60sand today. It is a comCarys McDougall, prehensive survey of various arF a r h a n a R e h m t u l l a , Alex
and msicstylw.
Lunch with Reynolds is on each
Ragueroi Larry ms,
Bill
Lucky Lalli and weekday from 12:00 noon to 1:oO
Pina R. Razzano.
p.m. Jeff Reynolds presents
Grade eleven: b j n b h Sher- Rashback and at 1230 p.m. you
man, Karli m i t t a m , Chantell will hear the Good News Repoh.
VanDerRM, CUOlYn Tee16 T r W
Rick Holmes offers music,
Selby, Clarence
Robert features and interviews from 1:OO
McKOne, Cknn Bmtlf% Leonie p.m. to 6:oO p.m. weekdays and
Plunkett, Carl Walker. Paula Stephanie Hudson and Dw LovelJ
Saarela, Dean Patterson, Lloyd
the Mediterranean and hllddle East couotrles to a background of music from
that area on Friday, April 2. Parents-and
teachers
were.invited t o loin them.
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DYKING PROGRAM SCOWS
WHILE DISTRICT WAITS
Board approves new
Computer 12 course
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with the news and sports will keep
you up-to-date each afternoon.
Upbeat contemporary music
and sports coverage, with Dan
Lovell, happens from 600 p.m. to
11:OO p.m.
. Your latenight companion is
BNCCTanner from 11:00 p.m. to
6:oO a.m. A second running of
Discurnenmy goes between 3:OO
and 400 a.m.
Mountain FM also has a new
Lineup for music specials.
Beginning April 5 and continuing every Monday from 9:00 p.m.
to midnight, Bill Anderson's Big
Country, a detailed look at country music,M I be featured, Radio
Shoes, =Carat and. Sunday
Selections remain at their regular
times of Friday, Saturday and
SundayTghts resptctively from
1O:OO p.m. to midnight.
Contact is now broadcast at
990 a m . and.630a.m. and Community Calendar has been moved
to 7:45 a.m. and 7:45 p.m.
T h e dyking program in Squamish is slowing down while the
municipality waits for more money from the province.
T h e slow down began Friday aqd the work that will be done
from here on in is strictly clean up with some machinery still on
the j o b to slope and improve the looks of the structure.
. Of the $1 million the districf. began ith there i s about Ttwy k m p e c Debbie Madry&
~$lBo,Wx)
left. Now Squtimjsh is *&%inkfor&other %200,000t0 Alistair. ' C u m m i n a . Latire__--€i&Me*----.
* h s t o ~ o r A - n d ~
L m d y Candymeodect'the school board meeting last week
Leckp, Nancy Halvorson, Mary
Cost sharing on the project amounts to the province paying Gatay,
to
discuss
the community programs at the Myrtle Philip School
Mercs, Sherry
three-quarters and the municipality kicking in rhe other one- Elchuk, Grant
in
Whistler.
She stated there were ministerial grants available for
Maryann Westlund,
quarter.
some
courses
sllch as first aid, fitness, avalanche'information
Tracey Downing, Noel Honey;
Three readings have been giv'en to a borrowing plan in the Frank Jordan and Malcolm Ashe. and vocational type courses, but not for programs such as tenamount of $500,000 and that has been approved in Victoria, but'
GradeU: Darlene Kelley, Deb- nis.
the bylaw $as t o be advertised for one month and, then the bie Hoyrup, Caterina Milia, Din0
However, she said that the government might cut Some of
district must wait another month during the "quashing period."
Pilotto, Lauren Zaharia, Sofia the grants for these courses.
All this means the project will probably not get going again Ciechanowski,
Trustee Nancy Raine asked if young people could attend
Trisha
until sometime in June or July and when it does resume the Mulholland, George Nicholson, these courses and was told they were restricted to those who had
money will not be used for gates or pumps, but simply to brlng Rob Fleming, Laura Sims, already left school.
Christine Whitehouse, Colleen
the entire dyke up to grade.
Candy suggested the resort municipality o f Whistler might
There are only two parts of the dyke left t o complete. The Quinn, Grant Hendrickson, Anna be interested in providing for some of th,e recreational courses.
Mamquixn River is finished with the exception of one hole that Confortin, Tammy Rourke, Brent
Raine pointed out that while Capilano College offers some
cannot be done until the fish go out. The base is in all along the Roche, Heather Short, Jamie vocational courses these are basically six-week ones running
Hold, Shemila McArthur, Shari
Squamish River and all that is left is t o build u p the height of the Bishop, Erling Thygesgn, Angela from 9 a.m. t o 5 p.m. and people find it difficult to take them if
southern portion to the point where the two rivers meet.
Johnston, Wayne Pontini, Louise they are working.
In addition facilities at Whistler are limited to the elemcnBourque, Helen Doheny, Kristin
Campbell, Scott Dawson, Sandra tary school gym and the lunch room and this does curtail the
Lucas, Diane Koch, Jeff Drenka, number of programs which can be mounted.
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POST OFFICE CHANGES
HOURS FOR HOLIDAY
The post o f f k has changed its schedule because of the
Easter holiday.
P a t offices throughout B.C.will be closed Good Friday
and Easter Monday.
Regular postal service will resume Tuesday, April 13.
Passenger hurt in
car accident
As a result of an accident in
Britannia Beach on April 2, Barb
Haney, a passenger in a vehicle
driven by Richard Deweyn of
Britannia Beach, was injured and
taken to Squamish General
Hospital.
The accident occurred on one
of the hills at the Beach when the
vehicle was climbing the hill and
cut across the road and overturned, causing $loo0 damage. Deweyn has been charged with impaired driving and with having a
blood alcohol reading of over .OB.
On March 20, on Government
Road at Eagle Run, a vehicle
driven by Ivan Jensen, travelling
north, cut the corner, lost control
and spun around ending up in the
ditch and causing $1600 damage.
The driver allegedly left'the scene
- of the accident and reportzd the
car stolen the following day.
He has been charged with
public mischief and will be appearing in court.
On March 27 near the liquor
Store on Second Ave., Mike Simpson, backing out of a parking area
on the street, backed into a Cehicle
driven by Martin Leigh, who had
stopped to make,a left turn, causing $750 damage t0-7hrIkgh'
vehicle. Simpson has been charged
with backing while unsafe to do
Sb.
On the same day on Highway 99
near Lyall Creek, Geoffrey
Bramwell of Richmond, travelling
north, braked on the bridge and
the vehicle skidded to the right,
hitting a rock face, causing $lo00
damages. Bramwell has been
charged with drivihg With bald
tireg.
puter science should be given the
opportunity to continue their
studies after Cdmputer Science 11
and prepare for post-secondary
courses.
It should be a'function of the
schod system to provide these
students with modem programming concepts and to enable them
to use their talents and skills effectively, using the computer as a
problem-solving and laboursaving device.
Rudolph told the board the
equipment was suitable for this
course and they could accomodate
a class of 20 to 24 students. There
hould be a maximum of 24
students, but an extra course
could be provifled if necessary.
The Computer 12 course could
be used as background for
students planning t o take
engineering as well as computer
courses.
It was pointed out that some
software would have to be obtained later or programs would have
to be developed. While Canada is
a leader in computer technology,
the United Kingdom leads in soft-ware.
The teachers pointed out the
need to teach the modem concepts
of the technology; to teach people
to be good programmers. The
course would provide advanced
basics and help the students to
organize their minds to programming logically.
The board agreed'to permit the
pmgram .but trustee' M u m
Marchant felt perhaps itshobld be
discussed further.
Estuary meetings
confirmed' for Apri I
The Publit Involvement Work
Group (PIWG) met Wednesday to
discuss details of the public information meetings to be held this
month at the civic centre.
'Maps, copies of the briefs
presented by various interest
groups and the draft of the
Squamish Estuary Management
Plan will be'available for members
of the public to browse through.
Members of the PIWG will b e
on hand to answer questions or
discuss any aspects of the briefs or
the draft plan ,that interest the
public.
Elections were also held for vice
chairman, treasurer and secretary.
'Brian Giles, Gene Marcotte and
Debra McAteer were elected to.
the resmtive Dositions.
Dates and t'mes for Squamish
E s t u a r y Management P l a n '
metings have been confirmed
with 'the first one Wednesday at
.the civic centre. .
From 400 p.m. to 9:OO p.m.
Wednesday in the auditorium the
public will be able' to look overwhat is contained in the draft plan
and talk to members of the
PIWG,
Again, on April 14, an information meeting will 'be held at the
-civic-tentreiktheseniedeuw
between 6:30 and 'om p e m *.
21 and
the meet'ngs
IHospital
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together the final .Squamish
Estuary Management PI&, Will be
at the April 28 meeting.
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Briefs
Dr. Cudmore's proposal on a
stress testing program will
.reviewed by the Medical Advisory
Committee at its next meeting
with a report' submitted to the
board following the meeting.
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Discussion on therapeutic abortions brought a decision not to
change the present medical staff
"bylaws as there are no doctors
wishing to do them at this time,
.and the provincial goverpment has
not given the hospital the authority to permit them to be,done.
Therefore it makes no difference,
if the section remains in the
bylaws;
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Dave Hinds was appointed to
serve on the [email protected] tee in place of Sheila Haffey who
will be absent for a mohth. Pat
BNhman'was named to serve as
Some clearing will be done his alternate. Two members of the
along the highway between Shan- Hospital Society will al.h serve on
non Falls and Sauamish to bro- the committee. --t
vide abetterview'of the p o r t k d
The medical ,'committee has
harbour facilities, according to-a
letter from the Hon. Alex Fraser, recommended that sterilization
consent5 be considered the m e
Minister of Highways.
-asanytteetimurgicatprocedure.
Chamber of
had written asking that the road- anddoes not need the written e n "side be cleared to-givq tourists and. smt of the'spouse. The board
visitorsa better view of these heas agreed to go along with this proand he A d
of the entire cedure regarding sterilizations at
the hospital.
area
to
extensive.
Some brushing
on highway
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revert back 'to the auditorium at
the civic centre for public forums
where short briefs arid, submissions can be presented to the
,PlW
are from
How&,.hes_aid the ntinistry is
SOQ'
prep&& to undertake additional
The planning committee, con- brushing at a few locations to proHisting of federal. DrovinciaI and vide the-view and this will be
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Gtudents f r o d €lowe Sound
Secondary school weie named to
the kkonopr Roll for the second
reporting period of the year.
In brder to be named to the
honour roil the students must
achieve a B average os better.
Below are the names of the
students in the grades from eight
to 12 who are Honour Roll
members.
Grade dght: Michelle Richard,
Maryel Helmers, Bruce F~rbes,
Maria Razzano, Paula Pearson,
Glenn Jahnkc,
Steven
Davis, Mathew
Susan Jensen,
make,
Steven Noblat, Bob Versluis, Carol Garay, Jean Herron, Kathy
Romah LeHocky, Dale Harry, D d a s , John Drenka, Alejandro
Denise Francis, Steve -Bank, Estrada; Susan Leach, Pamda
Cheryl Linley, Kevin Rutherford, Hurren, Julie - Camm, Dcnig
Wendy Halvorson, Kevin Ounn, Mensinger, Ann Jones. E m
Kevin Ramsay, ShClley,Herben,
Milia, Aaron Chadwick, Daryt
Maria Destradi, Mike Albrecht, Alexander, Peter Jacobs, Dave
Lisa Larsen, Reg Dubeck, Ann Sweeney, lone Behrner, Chris
Michelle Byrpe, Sherry Gottlieb, Delikatny, Shannon Barreau and
Raymond Payette, Liza Yonin, Todd McCIary.
Mountain FM adds
program variety
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The Board of School Tr tees,
Howe Sound School District NO.
48, last week approved the 0 \ihe
for the new Computer 12 c UrSe
as outlined by Tom Crof and
Detlef Rudolph.
Rudolph safi t)@&"j$&&
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all that would be necessary is to
obtain a few additional text
books. The cost of these books
would amount to about $250.
District Superintendent of
Schools Tom Good pqinted out
tiiat thk'"t&affd
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POST OFFICE CHANGES
HOURS FOR HOLIDAY
The post o f f k has changed its schedule because of the
Easter holiday.
P a t offices throughout B.C.will be closed Good Friday
and Easter Monday.
Regular postal service will resume Tuesday, April 13.
Passenger hurt in
car accident
AS
result
of an accident in
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Britannia Beach on April 2, Barb
Haney, a passenger in a vehicle
driven by Richard Deweyn of
Britannia Beach, was injured and
taken to Squamish General
Hospital.
The accident occurred on one
of the hills at the Beach when the
vehicle was climbing the hill and
cut across the road and overturned, causing $loo0 damage. Deweyn has been charged with impaired driving and with having a
blood alcohol reading of over .08.
On March 20, on Government
Road at Eagle Run, a vehicle
driven by Ivan Jensen, travelling
north, cut the corner, lost control
and spun around ending up in the
ditch and causing $1600 damage.
The driver allegedly left'the scene
- of the accident and reportzd the
car stolen the following day.
He has been charged with
public mischief and will be appearing in court.
On March 27 near the liquor
store on Second Ave., Mike Simpson, backing out of a parking area
on the street, backed into a Cehicle
driven by Martin Leigh, who had
stopped lo make,a left turn, causing $750 damage t 0 7 h r I k g h '
vehicle. Simpson has been charged
with backing while unsafe to do
sb.
On the same day on Highway 99
near Lyall Creek, Geoffrey
Bramwell of Richmond, travelling
north, braked on the bridge and
the vehicle skidded to the right,
hitting a rock face, causing $lo00
damages. Bramwell has been
charged with drivihg With bald
tire<.
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DYKING PROGRAM SCOWS
WHILE DISTRICT WAITS
Board approves new
Comwter 12 course
The dyking program in Squarnish is slowing down while the
seeking approval from the Depart- municipality waits for more money from the province.
ment Of Education.
The slow down began Friday aqd the work that will be done
It was explained the reasons For
from
here on in is strictly clean up with some machinery still on
seeking to mount the Computer
the
job
to slope and improve the looks of the structure.
Science 12 course was that more .
Of
the $1 million the districf: began ith there i s about
and more jobs will require
~$1.Bo,wx)left. Now Squtimjsh is d$&@ for&other __-$200,000t0
'&n~%d
'with Co'iinplbtl. ~f&%%b.
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puter science should be given the
opportunity to continue their
studies after Cdmputer Science 11
and prepare for post-secondary
courses.
It should be a'function of the
schod system to provide these
students with modem programming concepts and to enable them
to use their talents and skills effectively, using the computer as a
problem-solving and laboursaving device.
Rudolph told the board the
equipment was suitable for this
course and they could accomodate
a class of 20 to 24 students. There
&mild
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students, but an extra course
could be provifled if necessary.
The Computer 12 course could
be used as background for
students planning t o t a k e
engineering as well as computer
courses.
It was pointed out that some
software would have to be obtained later or programs would have
to be developed. While Canada is
a leader in computer technology,
the United Kingdom leads in soft-ware.
The teachers pointed out the
need to teach the modem concepts
of the technology; to teach people
to be good programmers. The
course would provide advanced
basics and help the students to
organize their minds to programming logically.
The board agreed'to permit the
pmgram .but trustee' Margaret
Marchant felt perhaps itshobld be
discussed further.
I
Mohammed Rehmtul'a' Dean
Input from listeners and the with the news and sports will keep
and Rhonda Moore'
community has lead to a new you up-to-date each afternoon.
Grade nine: Bonnie Duboh schedule of programs, which
Upbeat contemporary music
Eddie Holden, Lit&Y H*e,
began Thursday on ~ 1 s ~and- sports coverage, with Dan
Jaime M a i n s , J a s h d e r Binnag,
Squ-h
and CISW-Whistler.
Lovell, happens from 600 p.m. to
Jasvindcr Phaliwal
Jonathan Brett will be on the air 11:00 p.qL
and Baljinder Bir.
every weekday from 6:00 a.m. to . Your latenight companion is
Grade ten: Brenda
12:OO noon, bringing music, Bruce Tanner from 11:00 p.m. to
Karen Pattullo* Christa
features, news and information. 6:OO a.m. A second running of
Betty Burge, Kim Ruthnford, The T-break is now heard at 1005 Discumentary goes between 3:OO
Preston M a r i a , Melody Moule, a.m,
and 400 a.m.
Wood@ Brad McNeney,
From 11:OO a.m. to 12:OO noon,
Mountain FM also has a new
CoriIUIe Moore, Christine B h - D.J, D~~~ M c C o d c k
lineup for music specials.
renowned
Lisa Shmko, u e 1 y n cw, i n t e r n a t i o n a l l y
Beginning April 5 and continuLUCY MW Melanie RmPel, Bfl n m m e n t a r y with music from ing every Monday from 9:OO p.m.
Marion the 5Os, 60s and today. It is a com- to midnight, Bill Anderson's Big
Drake, Roberta
Beaulieu, Carys McDougalls prehensive survey of various ar- Cbuntry, a detailed look at counF a r h a n a R e h m t u l l a , Alex tists and msicstylw.
try music,M I be featured, Radio
s,-on
Raguero, Larry m
Lunch with Reynolds is on a h Shoes, =Carat and. Sunday
Brown,
Bonis Lucky Lalli and w&day from 12:00 noon to 1 : ~Selections remain at their regular
Pina R. Razzano.
p.m. Jeff Reynolds presents times of Friday, Saturday and
Grade eiwen: Rajnbh Shm- FTashback and at 12:30 P.m. YOU Sunda-fits
respectively from
man, h l i Whittam, Chantell will hear the GO^ NWS Repoh.
1O:OO p.m. to midnight.
VanDerRe~CarOlYn Tech T r W
Rick Holmes offers music,
Contact is now broadcast at
SlbY, C k e n c e
Robert features and interviews from 1:OO 990 a m . and.630a.m. and ComMcKOne,
BWtIett, Leonie p.m. to 6:OO p.m. weekdays and munity Calendar has been moved
Plunkett, Carl Walker, Paula Stephanie Hudson and D~ L ~ to~ 7:45~ a.m.~ andJ 7:45 p.m.
Saarela, Dean Patterson, Lloyd
Stachoski, Carmen Pascuui,
Katherine Shilling, Janis Rsyfleld,
Fernando Raguero, Don Boyd,
Trwy kernpel, Debbie M a d w e ,
-Johnsto~orA-nd
Alistaiz ' C u m m i n 8 ,. ,L a t m~ H a~ l v ~ x
~ Lmdy Candymeodect'the school board meeting last week
h k~p , Nancy
to
discuss the community programs at the Myrtle Philip School
Elchuk, Grant
Gatay,
Maryann
Mercs, Sherry
the Mediterranean a n d hllddle East couotrles to a background of music from
that area on Friday, April 2. Parents and teachers were invited to loin them.
Students in Rick Price's class at Mamquam Elementary School who had been
studying the Middle East, enjoyed dressing ap in costume, eating foods from
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COAMAUNITY.COURSES AT
a Cost sharing
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n amounts
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~ province
~ paying
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on~ the project
to the
three-quarters and the municipality kicking in rhe other one-
in Whistler. She stated there were ministerial grants available for
some
courses sllch as first aid, fitness, avalanche'information
Tracey Downing, Noel Honey,
Frank Jordan and M&olm &he.
and vocational type courses, but not for programs such as tenGradef2:
Kelley, Deb- nis.
bie H
~ Caterins
~ ~ i ~l i nn0
~ ,,
However, she said that the government might cut Some of
motto, b u r e n m a r i a , Sofia the grants for these courses.
Ciechanowski,
Trustee Nancy Raine asked if young people could attend
Trisha
Mulholland, George Nicholson, these courses and was told they were restricted t o those who had
Rob Fleming, Laura Sims, already left school.
Christine Whitehouse, Colleen
Candy suggested the resort municipality of Whistler might
Quinn, Grant Hendrickson, Anna be interested in providing for some of th,e recreational courses.
Confortin* TammyRowke, Brent
Raine pointed out that while Capilano College offers some
Roche* Heather Short, Jamie vocational courses these are basically six-week ones running
Hold, Shemila McArthur, Shari
Bishop, Erling Thygem, Angela from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and people find it difficult to take them if
Johnston, Wayne Pontini, Louise they are working.
In addition facilities at Whistler are limited to the elemcnBourque, Helen Doheny, Kristin
Campbell, Scott Dawson, Sandra tary school gym and the lunch room and this does curtail the
Lucas, Diane Koch, Jeff Drenka, number of programs which can be mounted.
quarter.
Three readings have been giv'en to a borrowing plan in the
amount of $500,000 and that has been approved in Victoria, but'
the bylaw $as to be advertised for one month and, then the
district must wait another month during the "quashing period."
All this means the project will probably not get goingagain
until sometime in June or July and when it does resume the
money will not be used for gates or pumps, but simply to brlng
the entire dyke up to grade.
There are only two parts of the dyke left to complete. The
Mamquixn River is finished with the exception of one hole that
cannot be done until the fish go out. The base is in all along the
Squamish River and all that is left is to build up the height of the
southern portion to the point where the two rivers meet.
Estuary meetings
confirmed' for Apri I
IHospital I
I Briefs 1
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The Public' Involvement Work together the final .Squamish
Group (PIWG) met Wednesday to Estuary Management Plah, will be
discuss details of the public infor- at the April 28 meeting.
Dr. Cudmore's proposal on a
mation meetings to be held this
stress testing program will be
month at the civic centre.
reviewed by the Medical Advisory
'Maps, copies of the briefs
Committee at its next meeting
presented by various interest
with a report submitted to the
groups and the draft of the
board following the meeting.
Squamish Estuary Management
Plan will be'available for members
Discussion on therapeutic aborof the public to browse through.
tions brought a decision not to
Members of the PIWG will be
change the present medical staff
on hand to answer questions or
bylaws as there are no doctors
discuss any aspects of the briefs or
wishing to do them at this time,
the draft plan ,that interest the
and the provincial government has
public.
not given the hospital the authoriElections were also held for vice
ty to permit them to be .done.
chairman, treasurer and secretary.
Therefore it makes no difference
'Brian Giles, Gene Marcotte and
if the section remains in the
Debra McAteer were elected to
bylaws.
the respective positions.
Dates and times for Squamish
Dave Hinds was appointed to
E s t u a r y Ma n.age m e n t P I an
serve on the [email protected]
metings 'have been confirmed
tee in place of Sheila Haffey who
with 'the first one Wednesday at
will be absent for a mohth. Pat
.the civic centre. . .
BHhman
was named to serve as From 400 p.mi to 9:OO p.m:
his alternate. Two members of the
Some
clearing
will
be
done
.Wednesday in the auditorium the
.public will be able' to look over - along the highway between Shan- Hospital Society will also serve on
the committee. --what is contained in'the draft plan non Falls and Squamish to provide
abetter
view
of
the
port
and
and talk to members of the
harbour facilities, according to-a
PIWG;
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The medical committee has
Again, &-April 14, an informa- letter from the Hon. Alex Fraser, recommended that sterilization
tion meeting will'be held at the Minister of Highways.
consent5 be considered the same
4vicsentreiktheseniedeunge- _. The Chamber of Commerce - a s a n y t l e e t i m u ~ r o c e d u r e between'6:30 and 1000 p.m.
had written asking that the road- and does not need the written conApril' 21 and 28 the meetings "side be cleared to-give tourists and. sent of the spouse. The board
revert back 'to the auditorium at visitors a better view of these %eas agreed to go along with this prothe civic centre for 'public forums and he said clearing of the entire cedure regarding sterilizations at
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brushing at a few locations to pro- , the architect making the changes
vide the-view and this will be and these will be amroved by the
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ween April 8 and the middle of
T h e department o f highways said between the hours of 7:OO may to load cargoes for the
Orient, Europe and the Mediterraa.m. t o 9:OO a.m. random delays will occur,
nean .
T h e regular closures will commence as folIows:
On Apr. 8 the Star World will
A.M.
P.M.
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loading for Japan with the
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Swan Arrow expected to take on
1:05-1:30 cargo for Japan on April 20.
1:35-3:00 Japan will also be the destination
3:10-4:00 of the Star Thailand, expected on
4:05-4:30 Mav I and the Star Dieme.
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Europe will be the destination
5:05-5:30
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Advanced Conveyancing, Advanced Real Property and
Vgal Drafting. Mr. DuMoulin is
also the, head, of the Course for
Real Estate for Law Society of
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A number of windows were
kicked out in business premises on
Cleveland
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The windows
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The-course Will take dace in our
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Second Avenue Centre, Room windows of the Cobbler Shoe
No' from 6:30 Io
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vanced registration is necessary -*oTe were broken and the window
for this popular business oriented ~
- -_at_, the Caribou Cafe was also
oronen.
course. The fee is $100. Please call
Robert Dare Peterson was, ar892-5322 for further 'infdrhation.
rested. and charged with wilful
Registration takes place between dahage &d breachof probation a
11:00and 1:m, 1:30t06:00, Mon- short time later. He appeared in
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Lower Mainland Regional Correctional Centre,the sentences ID run
concurrently.
Gerald Nesbitt, charged with
theft under $200. was fined $100,
in default five days.
Richard Sweeder, charged with
impaired driving, was fined $1000,
in default 30 days and one year
supervised probation. On the second charge, refusing to take a
breathalyzer test, a stay of proceediny was issued.
William Cates, charged with
impaired driving, was fined $700,
in default 14 days.
Douglas Tarasoff, charged with
impaired driving, was fined $300,
in default, 14 days and'given 18
months supervised probation.
Reunion
North Delta Senior Secondary
School is planning a week-long
Silver J u b i l e e c e l e b r a t i o n
culminating in a Gala'Evening on
May 8.
J.F. McGuiness extends a
welcome to all students of the
school to attend this evening
which will celebrate the 25th an- .
niversary of the opening of the
school.
Drug taken
Early on the morning of March
28, fhe People Drug Mart in the
Highlands Mall was broken into
and a small quantity of Valium
taken.
Nothing else was taken from the
building.
The case is still under investigation.
The' entrance to the Science Fair which greeted -visitorsat theStawamus School-n Wednesday=-night
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Laura Sullivan
litt-lo:bit,'of red tape is
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Capilano College's Squamish
Learning Centre will be running a
"Basic Conveyancing" course on
the four Tuesdays in May. The actUa1 work O f a "conveyancer" will
be examined and duplicated,
beginning with the instructions
for any specific activity, but for
from the client and the opening of
their many act5 of kindness and
a file, through the information
thoughtfulness.
gathering, documentatiqn, .cornmunication and registration reMrs. Barr was a life member of
the UCW and keenly interested in
The death of Mrs. Laura a family operation..iintil __it was
auired.
and endina with the final
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the 'activities of the Squamish Sullivan last Thursday, April Ist, early this year.
United Church. She and her bus- leaves a large gap among our,
AS the youngc:r people took a State of Title Certificate.
Also, a commercial mortgage
band were also directors of the senior residents. Her loss will be greater interest in the business
Squamish Valley Fall-Fair and life deeply felt by her family and the over the years, ILaura and Andy transaction will be examined i f
time permits. This course will be
members of that organization.
large number of friends to whom spent winters In Tucson.
She was predeceased by her hus- geared as much as possible to your
They were also both interested she meant SO much.
Mrs. Sullivan wad born ih band Andy, son Alex and specific questions and Situations.
in lapidary work a;d had many
beautiful pieces of Jewelry made Vergrerille;jklbefla, ofi April 7th daughter Olga. Surviving her are
The instiuctor,
Tony
from the rocks they gathered on 1902, to a hardworking Ukrainian her daughter Vickie and son-in- DuMoulin, is a member of the
their travels.
family. Some years- later the law Jim Elliott, daughter Fleanor
In the past year Mrs. Barr had parents and their sons and and son-in-law Robert Bishop,
been in North Vancouver but was daughters moved to Edmonton daughter-in-law Lillian Sullivan,
always delighted to see the many and it was there that Laura two brothers, Alex Malenka of
friends who journeyed down to Malenka met Andrew Sullivan Andrew, Alberta and Bill
see her whenever possible.
The following cases appeared in
Malenka of Redwater, Alberta;
whom she married in 1918.
She is survived by her loving
The couple lived in the Edrnon- three sisters, Mrs. Anne Tanasiuk police court in Squamish on
son Norman and daughter-in-law ton area for some years; it was of Edmonton, Mrs. Louise March 22 before Judge C.I.
Doreen; graridson John and his ihere that their son and three Rooney of Enderby, B.C. -6-a Walker.
wife Kathy, and grandsons Scott daughters were born. In 1945 the Mrs. Mary Koliwash of West VanNirmal Khunkhun, charged
and Allan, all of Squamish.
family moved to Port Moody couver, numerous grandchildren with impaired driving, was fined
Funeral services were held in the where Andy and Laura purchased and great grandchildren.
$I,OOO, in default 30 days in
Squamish Funeral Chapel on a hotel; in the following year they
The Memorial Service for prison and given one year's superSaturday, April 3, at 2 p.m. with moved to Squamish where they Laura Sullivan was held in the vised probation with conditions.
Rev. Jack Lindquist-officiating, acquired the Squamish Hotel, an Squamish United Church on SunGuy Boscariol, charged with
followed by interment in Mount o p e r a t i o n which involved day, April 4th at 2 p.m., Rev. possession of an unregistered
Garibaldi Cemetery.
numerous members of the family. J a c k Lindquist officiated; firearm, received a suspended
In lieu of flowers, donations to In addition to running a home Squamish Funeral Chapel in sentence and one year supervised
the Canadain Arthritis Society Laura also contributed to the charge of arrangements. In lieu of probation with conditions.
would be gppreciated.
Toby Toman, who appeared on
hotel business by cooking and flowers donations to the Cancer
two charges, one of impaired drivhousekeeping. The hotel remained Fund would be appreciated. ,
ing and the other of having a
blood alcohol reading of over .08,
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Terry Coombes, charged with
impaired driving and with refusing
to take a breathalyzer test, receiv-
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Nine ships
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Gabriel, Loretta
Donnie ,McDonald, Mike Satre
Fifty students-from Pep berton
Grade eleven: S u b Becker,
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Secofidary'School haye en sing- Jan' van der Lee and . . Jodi
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.the.secon_d,.term.o' arch ?6., ;- Grade. 12: ,F$n Speicer
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Pah ;pan,.'' Dadd ..
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of,.B or higher While: 36 students
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.Grade eight: Qreg :Beauregard,
achieving a gfade' average of C
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Grade eight: Kalman Horvatd,.
-OFLogue .and Susan
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11Cathy. Wich.
Grade nine: Jim Moody, Peter Sheila Wallace.
Grade ten: Steven Beauregard,
Moody and Jane Van Loon.
Grade ten: Scott Logue and Gillian Ferguson, Jeff Lawrence,
Susan H e h .
Carrie Lester and .Rod O'Keefe.
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death of Alison Barr, who had lived .in the cdmmunity since 1938 ,.
until she.left last ye& to $+e in a ~,~
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Rowntree in MagersviIIi: ON.,in
1894 and first came40 B.C. when
. she was two. years'old. Her parents
were Salvation Army officers and
,$helived for same.tim? iq the nor- .
t hwestern Stateb 'before. returning'
to Ontario and then'coming back
to B.C. in her early teens.
After completing schoal she
took business training and worked
.for the B.C. Electric. . While
visiting with friends she met the
Barr family of Mission and married the late Ross Barr in 1923.
They moved to Parkhurst in
1926 where the Barr Brothers
established a mill and camp on the ;
shores of Green Lake. Their only
son. Norman was born in Van- ,
couver in 1932.
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burned in 1938 Mrs. Barr moved
to Squamish with her husband
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on Cleveland
to the .Fair projects at the Stawamus 1
machine shop which he operated.
Later the Barrs moved to their
home on Wilson Crescent until
age and failing health made it adviseable for then1 to move to the
Squamish Manor.
With her husband, Mrs. Barr
pilot B~~~~ patterson, aged 21, of VanC O U .V ~a.~n a ,nls
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to land at about 1 :30
spent many happy hours in the
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begonias were their pride and joy. east o f the runway. T h e accident occured April 4.
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They were always ready to kelp
The occupants of the Plane Were uninjured but t h e plane
any novice gardener with advice suffered some Structural damage.
a n d assistance from t h e
MOT officials were expected to inspect the plane on Monknowledge they had built up dur- day and start an investigation.
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ST. JOSEHI'S
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The Vev. TOm Shiel Phone: 892-5070
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FOR THE BEGINNER OR INTERMEDIATE - Male or female. The course will 'cover brakes;
ma'or tune-up along with a lmk inside a vehicle TO inspect the system and learn ,repair
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OIL PA'WTING WORKSHOP - DAYTJMECLASS - 5 WEDNESDAYS.
A BASIC COURSE FOR THE BEGINNER. Call the school board office fqr a list of supplies
needed.
STARTS: APRIL 14
TIME: 1O:OO a.m.
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INSTRUCTOR: PAT FISCHER
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A follow u course for those with some experience or who have taken a beginners course.
Course wi I cover gum pastes, more elaborate borders and flower decorating. Set up for
wedding cakes. Bring batch of icing and cake decorating equipment to first class.
STARTS: APRIL 19
COST: $18.00
TIME: 7-9:00 p.m.
INSTRUCTOR. LIL GATZKE
PLACE: HOWE SOUND SECONDARY
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Students f r o m Mrs. Caldwell's class at Stawamus Elementary School waiting for their Science
Fair projects lo be judged.
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a school-wide project
be shared
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. with
Shawn Davids,
Scott Hunter, Ron Brown, Warren Doak, Porn Dhesi.
Grade 4
up, a panel of judges including
Mrs M.Marchant, Mr. D. Rudy,
Mr T. Harris, Mr. J. Larcombe
$ld come to evaluate the projects,
so that winning entries could
!i J display their ribbons at the evening showing.
First ot fourth place ribbons
were allotted for each grade, and
as well a number of "Honourable
Mention" ribbons were awarded
to projects of special merit.
Following is B list of the winners
for each grade.
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1st-Susan Fowler, S a r a h
Tichauer; 2nd-Marc Hansen, Jordy Stinson, Andrew Riecker; 3rdEric Jensen; 4th-Eddy Chovanec,
Steven Lucas.
Grade 3
1st-Mike Wellman' 2ndKulwinder Bir; 3rd-Lorinda
Whonnock, Nicole Buck: 3rdJackie Allan; Brenda Kavsek; 4thJason Davis.
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Out-of -the-way places
to visit in Canada
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Brad McKee. Shameel Rahim,
There are few things more satisDerek Byers, Kfistin Larsen,
fying
than the smug feeling of
Dustine Fisher, Larina Bouwman,
discovery
that comes over you
Pamela Barr, Tricia Sims, Kim
when
you
lcarn
abour an out-ofBest, Dawn-Muree Bell, Dale
the-way
place
To
stay.
Smith, Matthew Waddell.
River's
Lodge
on the Pacific
Grade 5
Coast
of
B.C.
is
just
such a place.
. Terry Sifert, Mark Delvecchio,
Accessible
only
by float plane, it
Chris Dwyer, Steven Garay, Rhea1
has been called "Canada's answer
Desmarais, T a n y a S h a r p e ,
to Shangri-la."
Michelle Skrenka, Marjorie
Owners Pat and George Ardley
Towers, Ron Guest, Jared SMith,
have renovated four loggers' and
Robie Fisher, Dannie Stuart,
trappers' cabins and set them
Clayton Watson, Tarnmy Fyles,
afloat on rafts so the lodge .rides
John McGrath.
up and down with the tide. The
Grade 6
white-ti ininied red buildings are
Rachel Carrat, Barbie Sadler, linked b f floating wooden
D a r c y K i r k p a t r i c k , Owen walkways; their porches are deckBoothroyd, Manjit Dhaliwal, ed out with a tub or two of
Sweata
Jehman,
M a r i a flowers.
Rodriguez, Dilki Wannigaskera,
Most people come for the
Alan
Schulte,
Rachel Chinook salmon, which average
Manitobenis, Richard Tetzlaff, an outsize 32 pounds, but the
T r o y C o e , C h r i s S t u a r t , Ardleys also offer scuba diving,
Kalwinder Hothis.
scenic boat tours, clam digging,
Grade
7
crab trapping, prawning,
Kelli Raymond, Cindy Con- beachcombing and digging for
nors, Rupi Bagri, Meena Dhesi, bottles at the ruins of old fish canArne1 Cruz. Mike Drake, Wendy neries.
Breckenridge, Tara Sims, Jim
The meals, cooked on a wood
Robinson, Chris Pearson.
stove, rangc from chicken Kiev to
fresh caught fish or shellfish such
as crab, prawns, abalone or
clams.
For information: River's
Lodge, River's Inlet, Dawsons
Landing, British Columbia,
Canada, VON 1MO;604-685-2127.
One-of Canada's most remote
hotels is the 32-room Eagle Plains,
I8-miles south of the Arctic Circle
on the Denipsrer Highway. In the
Eagle Plains lounge you're likely
to mect geologists, pilots,
truckers, trappers and prospectors.
Built in 1978, it is really a community of services for travellers to
DEFENSIVE DRIVING - 4 THURSDAYS
Learn good driving habits in this proven Canado Safety Council approved course. The
course aims at improving driver ability by concentrating on attitudes, aworeness of other
drivers' habits and anticipating potential hazards and accidents.
STARTS; APRIL 22
COST: $20.00
PLACE: HOWE SOUND SECONDARY
INSTRUCTOR: WES NEILLY
TIME: 7-9:OO p m.
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lnuvik with a gas station, trailer ple like to spend at least one night
park, coin wash, public showers, in the copper-roofed, turreted
store and fueling facilities for air- French castle hotels such as the
craft which sometimes land on the Chateau Frontenac in Quebec Cihighway in front of t h e I i o R I . i r -ty and the Chateau Laalso serves as a base for highway tawa, but there are country inns in
crews, check-in station for winter small towns to consider, too.
Half an hour from historic
travellers and emergency centre
with a first-aid room and am- Quebec City is an especially fine
example of a town that progress
bulance.
Eagle Plains provides you with and the developers have forgotten
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all the comforts of a hotel "down
As well as an old churchyard
south" and al the flavour of what
life is like in e north. For infor- and Victorian gingerbread general
mation: Eagle Plains Hotel, Bag store, here you'll find the Manoir
Service 2735, Whitehorse, Yukon, de Tilly, an 18th century inn with
Canada, YlA 3V5; mobile phone six guest rooms with dormer windows, low ceilings and period furRat Pass JL 25889.
Travellers heading for Win- niture, and a dining room that
nipeg, Manitoba, can get a taste serves the regional food of
of pioneer energy as well as a car- Quebec.
For information: Manoir de
ing;small town atmosphere at the
Tolstoi Hotel in Tolstoi, popula- Tilly, S t - A n t o i n e - d e - T i l l y ,
tion 77. This is an old-fashioned Quebec, Canada, COS 2CO;
seven-room hotel that looks as if 418-477-2407.
In the Caledon Hills at Alton,
it's part of a cowboy movie set.
Walter and Elsie Koloezinski Ontario, a handsome old stone
bought the hotel in 1941, a year knitting mill (1881) has been
after they were mamed. To her transform@ into the Millcroft
guests who have come from Inn. There are guest rooms in the
"America," Holland, England mill, each with a different view of
and Germany, Mrs. Koloezinski the millpond, falls, surrounding
serves homemade borsch, cabbage hills and Alton itself, and croft
rolls, perogies and green apple pie houses across the river. These are
"made with apples from my two-room units with upstairs
bedrooms and downstairs living
tree."
On her table "there's no canned rooms with fireplaces.
Dining takes place outdoors by
stuff, everything is made from
the river% edge or in a glassed-in
scratch."
A white spruce, Russian elm extension overlooking the falls.
Tennis courts, heated swimmand a maple tree stand in the yard,
while in the hotel's garden is' a ing pool, golf nearby and dozens
profusion of glads, geraniums, of antique stores in the area complete this idyllic scene.
hollyhocks and mums.
For information: The Millcroft
For information: The Tolstoi
Inn,
Alton, Ontario, Canada,
H o t el, To'ls t a i , M a n i t o b a ,
LON 1AO; 416-791-4422 or
Canada, ROA 2EO; 204-427-2627.
.In Eastern Canada, many peo- 519-941-8111.
DISCO FITNESS - 10 MONDAYS AND WEDNESDAYS
Designed to keep you fit. All exercises are done to modern music
TIME: 7-8 p.m.
STARTS: APRIL 14
PLACE: BRACKENDALE SECONDARY
COST: $15.00 far one night per week
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Business runs on information. If you now own or manage a small business or ore planning
such a move, the Federal Business Development Bank offers free information sessions
especially for you. Participate and learn more about such topics as:
*Government grants
*Business loans
.Management training
*Statistical data
Operating tips
and counselling
COST: FREE
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This course is designed for those who are just learning English and also for those who have
had some experience speaking English. Individual assistance will be given whenever
possible. Courses are twice a week, Mondays and Wednesdays.
TIME: 7-9 p.m.
PLACE! HOWE SOUND SECONDARY
STARTS: APRIL 14 (Wednesday)
FEE: $18.00
MEXICAN COOKING - 4 MONDAYS
Learn how to cook authentic Mexican Food - from the most basic to fancy type meals.
Limited enrolment - pre-registration advised.
TIME: 7-9 p.m.
PLACE: HOWE SOUND SECONDARY
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INSTRUCTOR: TERESA WILSON
FIRST CLASS: APRIL 26
FEE: $20.00
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This course i s directed at the layman and assumes nq prior knowledge of computers.
Suhjects .to be. covered include business and home-application, computer operotion and
elementary computer programming in BASIC, the accepted Standard language of microcomputers. The Apple 1.1 Computer will be used in this course, as it was chosen by the
Mihistry of Education for all British Columbia schools. At the completion of the course
students should be able to use the computer to run an existing program and do elementary
programming on their own.
TIME: 7-9:30 p.m.
PLACE: HOWE SOUND SECONDARY
INSTRUCTOR: BOB LAFRENIERE
STARTS: APRIL 13
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FEE: $50.00
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This is a beginners course, introducing students to the basics of 35mm camera operation,
of film, metering, and lighting. The course will consist of B lecture-seminarevenings, and
will encourage students to acquire a basic knowledge of photography which can be a
starting point for further exploration and experimentation. Please bring your camera and
operation manual to class.
TIME: 7:00 p.m.
PLACE: SCHOOL BOARD OFFtCE
INSTRUCTOR:BOB BRANT
(Medio Centre)
FEE: $25.00 ,
STARTS: APRIL 14
NEW LOOK FOR
MIDDLE EAST STUDIES.
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Rick Price's Mamquam Elementary School class took a new
look at the Middle East when they got into the act with white
burnooses, headdresses and place mats done in Persian rug
designs.
Each student had made his own colorful mat and these were
plasticized. The parents made exotic foods from eastern countries and those around the Mediterranean, which they shared at
noon on Friday of last week.
Seated on the floor in a wide circle they all shared the food,
with parents standing by to join in the fun; to a background of
eastern music.
It was an interesting way of bringing a different culture and
way of life home to the students and they will always remember
their Middle East studies.
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Handlers are instructed in the methods of teaching their dogs to heel, sit, down, stand,
stay and to come when called. Additional exercises for training for shows will be taught.
All dogs must be at least 6 months old and house trained. Please leave your dog at home
for the first class. More details phone 898-5689. Dogs must have received a recent Porvo
vaccination.
TIME: 7 - 8 p.m.
PLACE: GARlBALDl HIGHLANDS
ELEMENTARY
INSTRUCTORS. GERALD 8 COLEITE
OSBORNE
STARTS:-~APRIL 15
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Designed for all ages from teens to seniors who want to get in shape. Program consists of
a worm-up, fast section (for cardio vascular) and a "cool down" all do e to music. Also
included i s a weight, measurement and pulse taking section. Wear corn ortable clothing,
running shoes and bring a mat.
TIME:.7-8 p.m.
PLACE: HOWE SOUND SECONDARY ,
INSTRUCTOR:MARLENE'-GERVIN
STARTS: APRIL 19 (until June 10) .
FEE: $15 or $25 (i.e-. one night week/two nighfs a week)
FACTORY.GRADE
3
PLYWOOD
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QUIT SMOKING PROGRAM
This is o new quit smoking program developed by the Ex-smokers Association. Coping with
or avoiding withdrawal s mptoms will be discussed,-~niques
... ~~mminimirgslrBS5;7tension and weight gain wi I be learned and demonstrated. Participants must be prepared
, to quit smoking during the workshop. Follow-up will be maintaid.for three months ad-^^
results will be monitored b the Ex-smokers Association for one year,
. TIME: 9:30 a.m. 330 (112 Lour for lunch bring your lunch)
PLACE: 'Howe Sound Secondary.
INSTRUCTOR: MARTIN THOMPSON .
Ex-smokers Asyxiation (Vancouver)
COSJ: $20.00
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APRIL 24 ENGLISH SMOCKING
,Learn the basic stitches and designs in smocking. These stitcges can -be app(ed to'
children's clothing and ladies' apparel. All materials supplied. Bring 0.n embroidery needle
and scissors.
TIME: 10 a.m. 2'p.m.
. INSTRUCTOR: LORRAINE CAPILL
PLACE:, HOWE SOUND SECONDARY
(Vancouver)
COST: $15.00
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looking chocolates. The methodis-fastahd easy;
Make peonut clusters, almond bark, turtles, etc.
COST:.S18;00
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TIME: 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
PLACE: HOWE S O Y 0 SECON,DARY
INSTRUCTOR: GLORIA SHELLENBERG
(Vancouver)
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LEVEL.I,- 6HOUR COURSE
' Follow-up course to the Basic Heartsaver covers: *Prudent. heart livin /risk. factors:
*Signs/signals of heart attack and management; *One: man CPR wit appropriate
onatomy/physiolo~;*Obstructed'airwaysadult, conscious/unconscious;*Two man CRP; ___
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.TIME: 10 a.m; 5 p.m.
PLACE: .HOWE SOUND SECONDARY
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AIRBRAKES INSTRUCTION
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This course i s designed to prepare stbdents for examination toward rec4ving an
endorsement on their licence to operate air equipped vehicles. PRE-REGISTRATIQN
and
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. pre-payment necessary before course starts. (Must attend 16 hours'.)
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TIME: FRI. MAY 14 6-10.p.m.
FRI. M A Y 21 6-10 p.m.
SAT. MAY 15 B a.ni.-12'600h.
SAT: M A Y 22 -..8.a.m.-12 noon
. FRI. MAY 28 5-10 p.m. Review
SAT. M A Y 29 Pre-trip insp'ection
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tended'holidayin-thesunshine to find it dmost as cold as the flowers clustered so' thickly on the branches that they garbage. m e paper $l&eriorate but the plastic ana tin
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turn. r i i t Found, &id:h&d back south,again! Apd that% . * The:pink veTsiOn gf the tree is'used for f<nce'pbSts blowing in th&wind,
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streets ma almost impossible to er?dicate. It's a SorV
The other flowering trees wG$h are VeV beautiful are cpmmenton,
Imagine, after six weeks with . no rain and
civilizationan&n t!e'light
of,the fact
temperatures.in the hi& 20s it was quitea shock to come 'the bauhinias; the gchid trees, with pinkish mauve ' that plastics
made from oilperhaps we should be cutbfk across the Caribbean
run .into rain at..Miami.
flowers looking like-miniature otchids, foflowed by long .ting do,,,,,.on.t
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That's not-qufte tnie. For the'first-time since I have.been .bqn-like pods. The cassia or gold& rain tree,6as clusters b,ems.
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Visiting Colombia:-I,went .inltuid and &ted sope .of the oof golden flowers similar to qddaburnum' but morelhickother cities in the -cohtijr, kqd ii' was interesting to see ly studded,with blossoms a i d th$e are &, foUoyed,by
them. They are sudiffeient to our North American ones, long bean-like pods.
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The roadsides are !ined with flowers,. with the potato
SureJhere arc skyscrapersin thedowntown'areas, but the
suburbs are so different. In the better sections the houses, bush or morning glory bush with pink flowers resembling
each with its own garden and patio, and many with swim- morning gloriesand the coral vine or Mexican love chain,
ming pools, are ablaze with flowers, while in the poorer with tiny heart-shaped coral flowers on vines along the
sections or barrios, the hovels climb the hillsides with pigs edge of the pavement.
and goats rooting in the streets and lanes.
Banana plants grow everywhere, along with the planWhen Beth first went to Colombia she spent six tains which are also one of the staple foods of the area. are pigs an
weeks in Sincelejo, the capital of the Department of Bananas, from the tiny finger ones to the more common burros wandering
Sucre, with corresponds to one of our provinces. She larger ones, grow everywhere, along with the plantains
hated it. This year she decided I should see it so one Fri- which are deep fried and served like a vegetable. Of fruit trees and banana
day we drove out to one of the small craft villages, San course, there are coconut palms and "arroz con COCO" or bougainviI1ea vines arOU
Jacinto, about 30 miles from Cartagena and then on to rice with coconut, is one of my favourite dishes from the
country .
Sincelejo.
I was a fascinating drive. The land around Cartagena
I was surprised at the roads in the country. They were
is low lying with the coastal plain stretching inland for excellent outside the city but by the time we had reached
many miles before reaching the hills which cannot yet be San Jacinto they started to deteriorate a bit and there was
dignified by the name of mountains. There are many the odd pot hole and rough surface. The craft village is
small lakes, fields of sugar cane and maize and also, quite large and for about a quarter of a mile outside the reasons. The town is old, wit
around the Canal Dolce, where the water is brought from village itself, the road is lined with stalls each featuring shabby and the central square
the Magdalena River seven miles away to provide the some of the embroideries, weavings, hammocks, shoes was a mess. The wall aroun
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drinking water for Cartagena and fields of rice, one of the and many other things. I was intrigued with the crocheted with election signs and 100
grains which provide part of the staple diet of the country. hangings they use for curtains or sun screens in the front
The shallow lakes were full of water lilies in many of the busses and planned to get some but by the time we
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shades of pink, yellow and in some are@ the ubiquitous came back~Bethhwts tired and -_not feeling well~.
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becaue We all-had the same meat but the rest of ustdrank
water hyacinth has almost taken over the waterways. The right back to the city.
countryside is rolling and open and there is much cattle
I had noticed in Venezuela, on the roads outside beer and she said her Coke tasted funny.
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-So she-haba rough trip back to Cartagena and h h d ;
the countryside is the gold tree or yellow poui. These to have road cleaning services and the pop and beer'cans, ed for bed as soon as we returned. Needless to say, it
beautiful trees grow alone, each one of them in a plastic bags, paper cups, etc., all blow in the wind and in didn't add anything to her impressions of the city!
During the next few week? peoae in:
.plan. It was inevitable. Given the tunnel visi0;
terksted in-'the estuary,-in what will be done.in
of t h e environmentalists, w h o refuse to see
,the kstuarine lands, .will'have an opportunity
aqy paints of view except'their o ~ there
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no way in Which even a moderate or slight
. '.- to-,present briefs to .the 'Public Involvement
Wo<k Gkoup. This will be the (%opportunjty
' a m o u n t 3 development cbdd be tolerated by
. 'L '. for the,public t o doso a n d if you feel strongly;- -. those who opogse such prograpq.
o n e way o r the other; o r if you h a v e a n y sug:
But is d o t the construction of trails 'to per.gestions for the development or hon- . dit people to tramp throu6 the estuary to
development of the- estuary, this is' your
view ihe birds a desecration o f the area?
chance to express your opinions..
-Wefee) that: the estuary is preciQui, but
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that i f it 'ii-'i&ed
p"reci0us as those wh'o
number ok statemeits m'ade, ranging from ac- '
claim it must be protected in its entirety say it
cusations that ".they" a.re trying to ruin t h e
is, then it should be totally protected, a n d
estuary, 40 the statements that it should be
nothing should be allowed t o be developed
preserved in its pristine purity.
there, even trails for birdwatchers.
We have our opinions, and have felt that
That would be a n honest way of protecting
some development could be permitted a n d
it;
not permitting it t o be developed for
could be co-existant with the preservation of
tourists
o r fellow environmentalists.
the fish habitat. and the lrird'sanctuary areas.
"But we have never heard anyone propose the
But, whatever your beliefs, if you feel
strongly enough, present your ideas to the
destruction of the estuary.
There has been a lot of emotion involved
committee. They would welcome hearing
in the controversy concerning the estuary
from you.
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The 1982 campaizn'to raise funds for the
cancer society began on April 1 and volunteers
will be canvassing the community for this
cause.
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campaign target is $2.5
million. Monies donated to the Canadian
Cancer Society fund ongoing research and
provide transportation and accommodation
f o r cancer patients receiving treatment. It also
provides financial assistance for drugs and
----emotionaCsuppert-programs- For -cancer patients and their families through the Services
t o Patients program.
The campaign is for the entire month of
April and 90 per cent of the monies collected
a r e devoted to ongoing research, education
programs a n d services to patients with 4 per
cent for administrative costs and 6 per cent for
campaign costs.
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More than half the people diagnosed as
having cancer this year will be alive and well
five years from now. This is due t o early
detection a n d the advances in treatment over
the past decade.
One of every five deaths from all causes in
Canada, is from cancer. Cancer of the lung is
responsible for most deaths in men, about
three times a s many as any other form; in
women, breast cancer is the most common
cause, about twice as many deaths are from
breast cancer as from any other form.
However, if present trends continue, lung
cancer will also be the most common cause of
cancer deaths in womeri by 1984. At least 80
per cent o f lung capcer could be prevented if
smoking was eliminated.
Early diagnosis and treatment can result in
the prevention of many cancer deaths.
Cancer can be beaten.
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We are pleased to see some of the heavier
sentencesnow- being handed out to impaired
drivers. But we feel that some of them could
go even further.
t o appear in t h e news stories in the case o f a
fatality.
Something must be done to reduce the
tragic toll o f death on our highways. If there is
a loss of life in a plane crash there is an instant
Fines are all very well. But would it not be
investigation by federal authorities, but week
more of a deterrent to bar the driver from
after
week more people are killed on the
driving a vehicle for six months after a second
highways than in air crashes and no one seems
offense, or in more flagrant cases to impound
to
pay any attention t o it.
the vehicle?
Perhaps t h e fault lies in the laws; in the
Today, even in our economic downturn, a
loopholes which permit an impaired driver,
fine is not the deterrant it should be. Many
who is injured to avoid having a blood alcohol
people find it possible to raise the money for a
test; a n d in t h e many ways in which it is possifine, but a licence w- qsion W o u l d h e a h a F Q L -Met-&
being charged with t h e offense.
ship which wld '
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Until we a r e prepared t o take a hard seWe are appalleu 1u &r crlJL.Jlc,,.,ltru In
cond look a t t h e tragedies, the loss o f life and
the city press of people who have been chargthe loss of property, incurred by impaired
'ed with impaired driving, fined a n then appear
drivers, we a r e paying t o o high a toll for the
again
.. - . - a sh,prt.fjme later on similar.charges. Or. . indulgences of-some of o u r motorists.
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member of the club, I wonder
what business it isfof hidhers to
decide who is, or is not, a suitable
representative of the club.
It is interesting to note that the
author of last week's letter had the
nerve to demand that the chairman of the PIWG "purge the
committee," .yet did not have the
guts to sign hidher name.
I do not like to see the club unjustly singled out and publicly attacked and would appreciate it if
any Old Timer (or new-comer)
who wants to get the facts straight
phone me at 892-3652.
Jim Errington,
President
Squamish Valley Rod & Gun
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downtown Squamisb and tbe entire scene is lost in the tremendous landscape
surrounding it.
Squamish from a distance. This is the first real glimpse of the town that
visitors get from Highway Wjust south of Stony Creek. The Woodfibre ferry
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Times for its part
we may nave asked tor.
things &d ways of help are greatly ..
appreciated.
F.E. Wickstrom, :
Secretary, L A . Diamond Head
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Legion
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Squamish Valley Rod and Gun
on Monday, March Z2,
1982. At this meeting the members
were Officially inyormed that
Marie Payton would be stepping
down from her duties on the
PIWG !committee. As .the next .
public committee meeting was a
mere two days later (Wedyesday,,
March 24), the-club temporarily.. .
designated Ms. Paxton to y k e
over Mrs. Payton's commitmpts
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On Thursday, March 25, Max
Tetachuck was appointed as our
permanent representative on the
committee. This appointment was
confirmed on Sunday, March 28
at the club's executive meeting.
If the Old Timer is amember of
the Rod and Gun Club, he/she
should make an effort to attend -our monthly meetings, th&el$
keeping abreast ofpresent- sjtua.
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’One of J.hhe<importihtpledges
our doyernment made in announcr
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Progra’m,was that we would .&e
the. burden of taxation . on
homeowners.
wc wanted to ensure that
homeowners in all regions of this
’province.would esiape,the hoirendous tax increases,forecast by the
assessment notices and the initial
cost estimates.
As a result of our Restraint on
Government PrGgram we have
already been able to assure
homeowners that none of them
will pay more than $95 additional
this year to what he paid in school
taxes last year. In fact, in a
number of school districts,
residential taxpayers will actually
pay less tax this year than they did
in 1981.
We sought a number of objectives in establishing the chan$^esin
school financing, which yiti provide for a fairer apd more
equitable sharing o f , education
costs among homeowners in the
province.
Under the progrdm, the provincial government wifl assume direct
responsibility for 75 per cent of
the operatin$‘ costs of public
education in 1982.
The Hoymwner.,Grant Program to gdeve the residential property fak for schools will remain
a s 3 l S f i d , wliere--fie grant exceeds the total school tax, it will
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result of a check of a car with an
Alberta license plate parked near
Porteau Cove, it was discovered
that the vehicle had been stolen
from Coquitlam earlier in the
evening.
As a result of investigations,
Tereina Margaret Neubauer, aged
20, of no fixed address, was taken
into custody.
Eventually,- the provincial
governinent will le;r^..a common
. proxinkial mill rate. on noqresidential property- throughout
the province.
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For 1982 the m-um
nonresidential property levy will be 55,
mills. This is lower than last year’s
mill. rate in *school districts. In
the-othe 26 school distd,ct where
the mill rate for 1981was less than
5 5 mills, the 1982 rate will be
frozen at the 1981 levels for nonresidential taxpayers.
Local school boards will iaise
their share of the school budget
through residential property
taxes. In 1982, the residential property tax across the province win
pay approximately 11.6 per cent
of the total operating budget of
public schools.
The distribution of provincial
grants to school districts will use a
new formula which takes into account the number of students a
district must serve, as well as the
amount of money the district can
raise from its tax base. Those
districts that have budgets for
lower-than-average per student
costs will now see those costs
reflected in lower net taxes for
their homeowners.
In 1982, S75
from
general revenue will be added
from the province to relieve the
school tax burden on local property. In 1983, this amount will be increased by an estimated $175
million.
The program will ensure an
equitable levkl of financial support for every school district so
that every child has.an equal o p
portunity to a quality education.
When the goal of uniform mill
rate is reached, business and industry will be able to locate
anywhere in the province without
regard, as they must do at present,
to widely varying local tax levels.
The new approach assumes that
the industrial-commercial tax base
is a province-wide resource that
should provide all British Columbia children with equal access to
the taxes it generates.
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greed of the “well-heeled yahoos”
goes beyond the reality of the
situation The silent majority is
out there and will not let the
estuary be destroyed.
a b u t the sui&&iii_pf ycgt
development h other areas of
Howe Sound. Can a viabie opera-
tion bc established at Watts
Point?
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trustee Doug Rudy and
showing his space project at the Stawamus Science Fair.
No Time for Flghtlag. You and
In the only formal the o t h a PIWo m m k s are
survey taken on the issue, OUT working vwhard and are doing a
t o w n .Planners, M a r s h a l l , good job, et ~9 not la the hard
Monaghan*
work disintegrate into a pointless
that the k T S t group of survey slanging match. You have an
respondants favored cOntrO!kd awsomc mponsibaty a d t h e is
development with preservation. of the essence,
More revealing is that the
you were elected to our com“industrY only” ProWnents were munity and I ask that you pay atthe smallest group. To quote the tention to the sensible community
report they say “ I t is important to consensus. Remember, you are
note that the largest responding not alone in your enjoyment and
groups were those suPPortiW concern for the d e s , d o n ,
s h a d land use, developing Parts songbirds and fauna of our
of the estuary, protecting others.” precious aw.
Peter Gordon*
Be Definitive, The first priortiy
to ensure the continued
the Howe Sound Flyers Gymnastic team doing a handstand on we have is of
the estuary. That
the uneven bars.
means that industrial Development cannot go ahead unless the Editor, the Times:
needs of the estuary are first atIn reference to last week’s letter
tended to.
to the editor signed by “an old
The estuary management group timer”.
have to define and stipulate opIt is a pity indeed that we do not
timum fish, bird and wildlife have more “old timers” like
populations desired. Those .yourself expressing their concerns
wishing to encroach on the estuary about what goes on in our fair
Capilano College in Squamish authoritative articles on Canada have to ensure that, despite their town. Perhaps you recall the days
is pleased to announce the speak- and its provinces for various en- development, these populations when you caught flounder and
will be maintained in perpetuity. herring off the dock in the Blind
ing engagement of Prof. J. Lewis cyclopedias.
Robinson on the topic “Aspects
You can join Prof. Robinson If that means they have to embark Channel and how anyone could go
of Natural Resource Development on Tuesday, April 13 at 1 1 :OO on an approved enhancem,ent pro- to the Squamish River in the fall
in B.C.” Prof. Robinson’s career a.m. in Capilano College’s Second gram to compensate for the loss of and easily catch a couple of
as a professional geographer, Avenue Centre, Room No. 4. A the developed lanb,.then so be it, salmon.
author and teacher spans 28 years nominal pre-registration fee of $5
Pollution Free Industry. in repYou may now be concerned
and began in 1943 when he is required. For further informa- ly to your comments regarding
about
improperly treated sewage,
became the first professional tion, please call Christie Vidler at xhmical plants I think there is dredging mercury contaminated
geographer to be employed by the 892-5322. Pre-registration is universal conviction that any
available between 1 1 :00 and I:OO, future estuary area development is waterways; air pollution, infederal government.
dustrial expansion, etc. Details of
He is probably the most prolific 1:30 and 6:00, Monday to Friday to be pollution free.
the above are in the Draft
writer in Canada o n the at 38038 Cleveland.
Recession, is everywhere. With Squamish Estuary Management
geography Qf his native country.
Prof. Robinson is available to
,available free of charge at
Prof. RoMnson has duthored a Capilano College by the speaker’s respect to p u r comments regar- Plan
the library.
total of 108 items, including seven volunteer services through the d i n g t h e e c o n o m y , o u r
Now is the time to express your
books, 32 professional articles for UBC Speakers Bur$au, a program dependence on resource extracgeographical periodicals and 33 of the UBC Alumni Association. tion is not the only cause of concern. The public involvement
in the estuary plan could help to
preserve our heritage and the input from old timers who have Seen
what has happened to our town is
vital to the future planning process.
Walter Clarke.
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Prmncial f3unerator in your area
If you-werenl h m e . we I& a registraaon form for y
complete and return If you’re eligible and you hav
rnalled yourrompleted form. please do so If. for so
contact your hearest Registrar of
. 2735 Cambie Street
Vancouver, B.C. V5Z 2V4
Phone: 872-011 I
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RENTAL EQUIPMENT REGISTRATION
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Children living on Kalodon Road got an object lesson’in how dangerous trucks can be when the
garbage truck, driven by Mark Bryant, backed over a watermelon and showed how it was
crushed.
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of conktruction equipment that-is available on a rental
basis at rates not exceeding those in the Equipment
Rental Rate Schedule (Blue Book) published jointly by
the B.C. Provincial Government and B.C. Hydro. This
registefis U s d by the Authori”ty-tdsecure equipment
on an as and when-required basis.
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various areas thro ghout the Province are:
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LOADERSti SKIDDERS
CRAWLER TRACTORS ROCK DRILLING EQUIPMENT
GRADALLS
CRANES
DyMP TRUCKS
EXCAVATORS ’
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COMING TO SQUAMlSHr
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, Registration Forms may .be obtained bv writinadirectly to B.C. Hydro, Traffic’& Customs Department, 1265
Howe Street, Vancouver, B k . V6Z 2G8.
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High Flyers Gymnastic team along w i t h their teacher, Herb Johnston. In front (I. to r.) Kelly
Miller and Janis Rayfield. Middle row, (I. to r.) Shelley Miller, Mary J a n e Garay, Della
Sidsworth and Bonnie Dubors. T o p row (I.) Cheryl Ward and Cheryl Neufield.
The science council of B.C. hns
given a major boo$[ to the
researrksideof the province'c. ailing forest industry with grants
worth over three-quarter5 of a
million dollars.
Among the eleven projects to
receive science council support in
the forestry category are: one to
reduce vibration and noise in
chain saws, another to find a more
effective way of controlling the
spread of fungus on tree seedlings,
a project to develop a commercially feasible brightening proce\T
that would allow the use of cedar
wood pulp in the preparation of
newsprint and one to improve the
yield i n some poor-growth
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coast.
The grants to forests and forest
products research make up nearly
one-third of the total o f
$2,327,295 made available to
British Colrrmbia scientists i n the
fifth grant coirlpei;tion held sil,:.e
the science council was established
by the legislature in 1978.
The council awarded an addi$IOO,OOO to the Arts and
tional
Sciences Centre Society of Vancouver to enable it to proceed wiih
the hiring of its first director.
All togelher 40 grants have been
given out. In addition to the
eleven in forestry, nine went to
pay for research in the aquatic
sciences, six 10- electronics and
communicationi, five to energ!'
research, five to manufacturing,
four to mining, minerals and
metals, and two to agriculture and
food.
Selections were made on the
basis of a project's potential for
creating new industries or improved systems where there is a good
chance that there w i l l be
noticeable social benefits as well.
New Office Hours for
Juvenile Soccer League Standings
Saturday, Apr. 3
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Howe Sound Minor Hockey Association
League Standings for Week Ending
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Members of the Eagle Trampoline Club went to Ne\\
Westminster to the Shasta Invitational Tournament.
Kerstin Bicknell and Karen
Giese represented the club and
Kerstin placed sixth in the double
mini tramp and also third in the
Lev. I girls tramp.
Coach Tim Cleave said boih'
girls did very well and congratulated them orbtheir showing.
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The three female gymnasts were
Cheryl Neufe!d (Grade 9), Cheryt
' Ward @fade 10) and Mary J m e
Garay (Grade I I).
The winner of the silver
medallion at the Level I COmpeti'iion 'was Cheryl Neufeld. Cheryl
achieved this honour by these
placings: Uneven Parallel Bars -
they %ad been. demonstrating in'- Finally, after hours of preparameets during the months 'bf tion, they left for Victoria to join
the 'Other North Shore Team
J m a r y and Februhry.
After their .-selrdon j n early ' members to do their be$t,against
March<b d oCCuned, the 'hard other gymnasts is the proyjnce.
After a$fullday of comietitbn
wbrk really b&an. Practices were
increased from two.times a week at Lambert Park School, it was
to every dght of-the week after apparent that the gymnasts from
school, as well as weekend prac- Howe Sound High School were
frequently winning high placings
tices in North'Vancouver.
The other Howe Sound High on the different events.
The final awards of ribbons and
Flvers team members gave their
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quires t e compptitors to d o rotations around them. This g o n e of
the more spectqcylar ,eventS to.
watch. ge Floor Ex'ercise Evbt
i! a!, sekies -of tudbling, acrobatic
and hance moves put to music.
This is one of the most .graceful
and artistic events to watch. The
Vaulting Event requires great
strength and courage as the competitors do stunts over a box
nastic 'Championships are -tie
following,: .
. .:Mars J&e'.Ganiy -. third in.
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Cheryl Neufeld.- f&ri.'Vaidf
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Floor Exercise 111.
Cheryl Ward -,third-in Vault
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Delln Sidsworth - sixth in
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first Hillside, second Handsworth, third Seycove, fourth
Howe Sound, fifth Hamilton,
sixth Windsor, seventh Carson
Graham, eighth West Vancouver.
The head coach of the team,
teacher Herb Johnston, has a lot
of praise for the girls this year.
After having coached boys gymnastics for 6 years, and the girls
team for the last 3 years, he feels
that the degree of improvement
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These members of the Howe Sound High Flyers Gymnastic team constructing a pyramid. Bottom row (I. to r.) Cheryl Neufield, Shelley Miller, Mary Jane Garay, Middle (1.) Cheryl Ward
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acrobatic moves themselves.
The Howe Sound High Flyers
Team consists of 8 girls from different grades in the school. The
team members include Cheryl
Neufeld, Cheryl Ward, Mary Jane
Garay, Della Sidsworth, Kelly
Miller, .Shelley Miller, Janis
Rayfield, and Bonnie Dubois. As
a team, these girls have competed
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In his coaching of the team,
Johnston stresses that proper
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are thinking about the new stunts
they would like to learn and the
levels of 'competition they would
like to enter.
Johnston would like other
students interested in this sport, to
note that the team is always looking for new members who feel
they would enjoy this type of
challenge and activity. Team
tryouts usually take place in
January at the high school.
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half only to fall behind, 1-0. Kevin
Pederson was outstanding in goal;
in fact, you could say Kevin is,
probably the No. 2 goal tender in
the league.
Lynn Valley came on strong a t .
the start of the second half and
after ten minutes went ahead 2-0,
scoring on a fine cross from right
l3arrie Wright put a through ball
to Rivett who scored again with
some dazzling moves. The. shot
was low and hard. Squamish was
not to be denied. They came on
strong, Davis and Merchant were
stalwarts at mid-field with Alistair
Cumming d0ing.a tine job at right
half.
The Squamish defence, led by
[email protected] for S p .
The score 3-2 for Squamish.
Lynn Valley applied pressure in
the dying moments of the game
'but once again Elliot, Rustad and
Wood proved equal.
Game over, 3-2 for Squamish.
What a way to end the year!
The team would like to thank
the Credit Union for its fine support during the past three years.
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TUESDAY,
APRIL 6
See a show tonight. "Ragtime" is playing
at the Starlite Theatre. Showtime is 8:OO
p.m.
Spend your evening at the newly
renovated Squamish Hotel.
Lef Iha-Yew lrur s m e . ~ Q U .
Last night t o see "Reds" at the Starlite
Theatre. Showtime is 8:OO p.m.
Dining 8, entertainment at the newly
renovated Squamish Hotel.
Note that the Chieftain Hotel Dining
Room is closed for renovations,
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Sip 8, sup at the newly renovated
Squamish Hotel.
Let The Vera Cruz serve you dinner.
Starlite Theatre closed. ,
6aiuriay niiht is show night! Last night
to see "Ragtime" at the Starlite
Theatre. Showtime is 8:OO p.m.
Sip and sup at the newly renovated
Squamish Hotel.
Treat yourself t o a delicious dinner at
the Vera Cruz,
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renovated Squamish Hotel. Brunch is
served till 3100 p.m..
See a show tonight. "Butcher, Baker,
Nightmare Maker'' at the Starlite
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ShaytLm&8tOO prn,
Sup & soup at The Vera Cruz in,Whistler.
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"Butcher, Baker, Nightmare Maker" is
showing at the Starlite Theatre. 8:OO
p.m. is shoivtime.
Wine and dine a t the Vera Cruz tonight.
THURSDAY,
APRIL 8
First night's showing of "Ragtime" at
the Starlite Theatre. Showtime is 8:OO
p.m.
Wine & dine 8, entertainment too a t the
newly renovated Squamish Hotel Try the
salad bar!
Happy times at The Vera Cruz makes for
many memories.
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what Christianity is all about.
Special Easter services are planned
in churches in the community and
for the times and locations, please
refer to the church page in this
issue. You are invited to attend
the church of your choice. A
sunrise service will be held at 6:30
a.m. in the park across from the
municipal hall on Easter morning.
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Two of 'our Well known and'
well-loved pioneers succumbed tq
illness last week. Sincere sympathy is extended to the families
of Mrs. Alison Barr and Mrs.
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Howe Sound Secondary school
scholarship fund.
Many students who will be
graduating from high school may
have good scholastic standings
and ambitions to pursue further
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March 9, weighing 8 Ibs. 3 ozs.
Timmy and Christopher are pleased to have their brother home.
Proud grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. John Schick of Oliver and
Mrs. Arlene Cumpsty in Toronto.
Great grandfather Mr. F. Packard
also lives in Toronto.
The Lions Easter Seal Appeal
literature has been widely. circulated - courtesy of the postal
TONKINSON - A daughter,
service and if you haven't sent
Amy
Elizabeth was born to Beveryour contribution in as yet - please
.ly
and
Anthony Tonkinson on
After leaving Ocean Falls, Les do so soon.
March 23, weighing 9 Ibs. 7 OB.
and Karyn Smith went on a six
and born in the Squamish General
month visit to Australia. Les is
Celebrating birthdays this week Hospital. This is a sister for Esme
originally from Australia. While a r e P i n a R a z z a n o , Kevin
Laura. Proud grandparents are
there, they bought lottery tickets Gilmour, Joan Boomer, MaryMr. and Mrs. Peter Holowachik
on a house. Karen's parents, Bob Lou Stathers, Eddie Neil, Craig
of Britannia Beach, k.
William
and Dena Valleau couldn't belive Clausen, Harold. Richardson,
Tonkinson of Abingdon, Oxfordit at first when Karen phoned in Darcy Papineau, Gillian Nonay,
shire, England and Mr. R.
Feb. to say they had won a Christopher Owen, Tom Clarke, Sullivan of Edmonton. Great
beautiful home (fully furnished) Gloria and Barry Middelmann,
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Anon a quarter acre lot (all worth -Sylvia Buchanan, Eric Hall, Mike drew Sullivan also live in the
$14O,OOO Australian). As they had Edwards, Susan Embree, Jim prairie city.
m U L t l d c e C f i t alse-made
them ehlble to receive a new Goode, cariBetty, Maxine DenBluebird Datsun. The home is ny, Sean Moloughney, D~~~~
A visitor at the home of Sharon
located
i n Queensland near Dubber, Anita Gamba, Cees Van and Gabriel Perron and family
Brisbane. Mrs. Valleau said Karyn Den Maagdenberg, Lloyd last week was former resident Anand Les are still in Australia but
Leanne Ogilvie, Terry ja Hoesly of Kamloops.
are not sure what their plans are
lvo Confortin.
Robin
regarding the home.
Streloff, Paul Newman and Chris
Four young ladies who audiMerchant,
tioned for the Spring Ballet
The Sixth Annual Squamish
Little ones celebrating first birFirefighters Association Easter thdays this week are Alicia Boni, Seminar were all accepted. Sandi
Schildhorn, Charmaine HenEgg Hunt is Easter Sunday and Scott Weiss and Kyle Bagnall.
drickson, Alison Crowthers and
they are pleased to announce that
Shani Board of the Garibaldi
Peter Rabbit otherwise known as
School
of Dance started their sesOur
neighbours
Bob
and
Ethel
the Easter Bunny will be in attendance. Girls and boys six years Kobson spent a two week vacation sions at the West Vancouver
and under are invited to par- in the States. TheRobsons are YWCA on April 2 until April 10.
ticipate starting at 1 p.m. in the really into tracing their family tree Reid Anderson a former member
and while in San Francisco and of the Stuttgart Ballet Company
Loggers Sports grounds.
Long Beach Bob and Ethel visited in Germany is teaching the
cousins
they otherwise would not students (some 35 junior and
There's only one little rule for
the Easter Egg Hunt - the have met if they hadn't gotten into senior) along with other special
youngsters must be accompanied 'the family "roots". A visit to Los teachers. Anderson is one of the
by p$rents and uardian.%ee cof- Angeles, Reno and Tacoma com- few,Canadian male dancers from
British Columbia.
fee will- be 9%
tlable'-fo'r
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"grown-ups". Twelve plastic eggs
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will be hidden along with the
Wedding
anniversary wishes to
This little news "item" comes
chocolate variety and any child f r o m t h e S a f e t y C a n a d a Mr. and Mrs. Herb Burnside, Mr.
finding one will be eligible for a magazine: Following a relatively and Mrs. Len Kucharski, Mr. and
special prize. The hunt is on rain minor traffic accident in Man- Mrs. Harvey Hurren, Mr. and
or shine!
chester, England a police con- Mrs. Joe Allan, Mr. and Mrs. Cal
stable investigated and called an Hartnell, Mr. and Mrs. Ken
Stork Stories - PRYOR - Con- ambulance for an 88 year old Crowston, Mr. and Mrs. Howard
gratulations to Don and Leona passenger in one car, even though Tichauer, and Mr. and Mrs. Ole
Pryor on the birth of their second she appeared uninjured. En route Olson.
child, a son, Mathew Clifford, for a hospital check-up, attenweighing 7 Ibns. 14 ozs. and born dants feared the worst when she
We (the office staff) greeted
in the Squamish General Hospital began complaining of chest pains,
on Feb. 21. This is a brother for and had oxygen ready. However, madame editor with open arms as
Melissa. Mrs. C. Strandberg of cause of the pain was revealed at she walked into the office last
Squamish and Mr. and Mrs. the hospital. - in the accident, a Tuesday. She looked tanned and
Pryor of Powell River are pround bone in her new corset had broken relaxed and I reckon she should
have - after spending six weeks
grandparents.
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and was stabbing her in the ribs.
under sunny Colombian skies.
Rose "bragged" she had only exCARROLL - A son, Chet
perienced
rain for about 20
Stork Stories - ANDERSON Christopher has arrived and the
minutes all the time she was gone.
proud family are Doug, Susanne Cathy and Eric Anderson of
and Nina Carroll and grand- Smithers are pleased to announce
parents Nora and Pete Roberts the arrival of their second chosen
Another Stork Story son, Ian Alden, weighing 7 Ibs. 6 MOLDOWIN - M h n y and Janice
and Florence and Bob Carroll.
oz. and born on March 5. This is a Moldowin are pleased to anWould appreciate hearing from brother for Earl. Proud- grand- nounce the birth of th$r third
my friend who wanted the flapper parents are Mr. and Mrs. Dick daughter, Tyna Marie, born
pie recipe. I've received two of OIsen of the Upper Squamish and March 28 in the Lions Gate
them and I think the ingredients Mrs. Grace Anderson of Bracken- Hospital and weighing 8 Ibs. 1 02.
of both would make delicious dale. Pleased great grandparents This is a sister for Jolene and
pies. Mary Crombie's recipe came are Mr. and Mrs. Earl Baity of Evelyn, Mr. and Mrs. G.
from a 27 year old cook book she Quesnel.
Puchalski in Richmond and Mr.
got from radio station CJVl in
and Mrs. J.K. Hall in Ladner are
Victoria. A little comment on top
the proud grandparents. h e
PACKARD - A third son, baby's great grandparents are
of the recipe said it was a good
recipe for the "Twist" .(dance) Mathew, James was born to Mrs: L. Puchalski in Winnipeg
crowd. The other recipe came Robert and Sharon Packard in the and Mrs. E. Moldowin in RichSquamish General Hospital on mond.
courtesty of Irma Jones.
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There..:w&re .games, music,, .
&d dancing'@ everyone join- c$k&ting. the Baha'i'.New.Y& ~ ~ 3 9 , ~ e ~ T ( l ) ; J e [email protected]
n~fer
'&in the fun on this s p e d oc- .arid Jackie Enfield. The. Squamish .Bahi'i commuqity enjoyed
the festivities on"March 21.
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schools but, because of the
economic squeeze, will have to
forego further education at this
time. The scholarship fund, it is
hoped, will aid some of these
students.
Grant Wilson will direct the
Howe Sound Secondary school
band and several membes of the
Garibaldi School of Dance under
director Lynette Kelley will also
participate. The Squamish Youth
Chorale will participate under the
leadership of Nora Teel.
The Kiwanis Club will be
assisted by student volunteers.
Mark your calendar Sunday,
May 30 at 2:30 p.m. for the school
auditorium and enjoy the talents
of our young people.
Susan Marie Acorn
February bride
A February wedding in lady carriea bouquets of white
Squamish United Church united chrysanthemums and pink and
m mamage m a n rnrtishxn~~wd-rms.
and Waldemar Johannes FranMiss Jennifer .Acorn, niece of
the bride looked sweet in her floor
cisca Krzanowski.
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. length dress, edged in white lace.
The groom's brother, John
Basil Acorn of- G a r i b a l d i
Highlands and the son of Mr. and Krzanowski was the best man.
Ushering duties were shared by
Mrs. Walter Krzanowski of
Brackendale exchanged their vows Bruce Cawdell, Reg Fogarty,
before Rev. Jack Lindquist at a 5 Keith Beweley and Steve and Greg
p.m. ceremony on Saturday, Acorn, brothers of the bride.
Organist, Mrs. Ethel Jean Gray
February 20.
The bride, given in marriage by played the Love Theme from
heF father, chose a heavy, white Romeo and Juliet during the signpolyester gown with the bodice ing of the registry. This part of the
featuring a cut-out neckline filled ceremony took place on the altar.
At a reception in the Royal
in with'an embroidered net, The
neckline was edged with appliqued Canadian Legion, Branch 277,
lace and accented a standup lace following the ceremony, Dave
collar. The long full net sleeves Morris was the master of
were also appliques with lace and ceremonies. The traditional toast
caught in a tight cuff. Lace appli- io the bride was given by Tom
ques adorned the front of the full Johnstone.
A two week honeymoon in
skirt which was slightly entrain
and..featwed an over skirt of net Hawaii wasaaken by the brideand
edged with lace. The bride's long groom. Gudsts from out-of-town
veil fell from a floral headdress. included Barb and Bobbi DeRosa
She carried a beautiful bouquet of of Trail, Tom, Jean and SuAe
deep, red roses with baby's Johnstone of Kamloops, Shane
breath.
-~ - md _hdarla McCann of Haynes
Bridal attendank' Gail Monk, Site, B.C., Isabel Cawdell of
Maxine Morris and Karen St. Delta, Gail Hansen of Vancouver
James- wore identical burgandy and Sandy Pinkiewcz and Bruce
coloured gowns with matching Steele of Langley.
chiffon capes, White feathers
Mr: and Mrs. Krzanowski are
adorned their hair. Each young residing in Squamish.
minimum of 6 blooms
$7.49
POTTED MUM
RlGlER BEGONIAS
AZALEAS in bloom
HYDRANGEAS
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the assistance of many friends
who contributed refreshments.
Family members in attendance
included the bride's parents,
Wendell and Nora Teel, her sisters
Carolyn and Cherith and brother
Stephen and Bonnie's grandmother Mrs. Nora Forbes. The
groom-3 pwents, Gerry and Liz
Cotter and his brother Gary also
were present as were a number of
friends.
Carolyn Tee1 recorded the gifts
and from the many ribbons and
bows, Sue Dirks fashioned two
bridal bonnets.
The refreshment table, laden
with fresh vegetables and dip, a
variety of cheeses and crackers,
was centered with a beautiful
shower cake enscribed with "Best
Wishes Patrick and Bonnie." It
was made and decorated by Sue
Dirks.
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By CLAIRE HURLEY
Money management (or the
lack thereof) can become a source
of great friction between couples.
In the hectic pre-wedding days
little time may be spent giving
consideration to how you two as a
team will handle your income(s).
Why not start out with some
sound advice on handling money
that's readily available from many
banks? Study their free literature
together. Discuss your ideas on
money openly.
A few hours spent developing
your philosophy about money
may well turn out to be the best investment you'.ll ever make.
If one of you wants to live the
good life and spend freelyand the
other wants to Salt everything
away towards the purchase of a
home, then you'd better sit down
and have a long, long talk.
Good communication is basic
to good financial management.
Try toestablish sode short%rid
long term .goals,";su&
as :MWe
do you want to be next week,
month year. . .in five years.
Forget the myth that two can
live as cheaply as one. Yes, it is
cheaper to rent one apartment
than two. But, chances are, you'll
soon want better furniture and
more of it than you did as a single.
Entertainment costs may be less as
you may be content to stay at
home more often. Food costs
won't be.
Determine which of you is'bet(er T; hapdling money. . .if you're
equally adept, terrific!.
, Discover that budgets are not
boring. Once you've established
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soon for a very special Couple and you're wondering what would
be the most appropriate gift for
their new life together.
Here are some suggestions for
the thoughtful shopper.
Check whether the bride-to-be
has registered her tableware patterns at her favorite store. You
may wish to add a serving piece to
her dinnerware or silverware, a
gift that would be doubly
wercome, reflecting kr own taste.
If the newlyweds-to-be are likely to be entertaining a great deal,
glassware would be most appropriate. Choose smart, contemporarly or elegant, traditional stylings that will complement the couple's preferences.
The new Mr. and Mrs. will no
d o u b t be proudly displaying-their
wedding photograph in that first
home, so why hot gift them with
an elegant or unusual frame, worthy of that very sepcial momento.
If you know that the bride is
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to gift her with a prized family
heirloom or with a "find" from
the local antigue shob.
Silver accessories are elegant
gifts that will please the new bride:
serving dishes, candlestick
holders, napkin rings, salt and
pepper shakers, are among the
many possibilities. For a very
special gift, a coffee or tea service
will truly impress her with your
thoughtfulness.
A treasured gift would be a
beautifully bound Bible for the
young couple to draw inspiration
from, and wherein they can begin
recording their family history in
years to come.
Very special accents can help
the bride and groom to furnish
that first-home in a gracious manner: an elegant serving cart, a
. chess table inlaid with a checkerboard pattern, or distinctive, attractive pots to display plants.
If you know that the bride and
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groom are partial to Colonial furnishings, why not gift them with
an honest-to-goodness hurricane
lamp? It will add to their decor
and come in handy for that inevitable night when the lights go
out.
A gift of crystal is especially
elegant and can complement
either traditional or contemporary
settings. Decanters, vases and
goblets are sparkling possibilities
for that special bride.
The right wall accent can make
a room: a handsome wall hanging
will be greatly appreciated, for instance. And, mirrors can enhance
any decor, as they come in. so
many styles and frames.
Last, but not least, you can let
the bride-to-be select her own
wedding gift, by presenting her
with a gift certificate from her.
favorite store, or with a nice cheque. It's one way of making sure
you don't duplicate someone
else's gift or make the wrong
selection!
YOU CAN BRING BACK PLEASANT
-MEMORIES LOOKING AT PHOTOGRAPHS,
BUT WITH A CUSTOM VIDEO TAPE YOU
CAN RELIVE YOUR WEDDING AND
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The suviccs are sponsored by the Choir. conducted by Ethel Jean
eggs-what a travesty this is of the Psend Holy Week andEaster this you will see Him, as He WId
St, John’s A n a m Church
Squamish Ministerkl Association. Gray, will present the cantata The
It is +very @portant to real Easter. No woader our world Year. Pfaying for peace,a nd that you.”’ mark !66-7) It qr8s a _ . Churches in,our.&mmunity are willstaq at 7 9 0 p;m.’l,
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Fastor Cy- Clatke-‘ of the Seven Last Words Of Christ.: on- r ~ ~ ~ m ~ r 7 h ~ ~ R ~ ~B&ayisiF,a
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Pentecostal Church .will be the Thursday evenig.’
’ was-‘ not an isolqt@ &kn_t. o n “Without a,. vision the pTple comb into Your heart. ¶%erg isn’t r a l y ’ believe it“.
April -9.%ndE w e r Sunday &r- qed.,at St. .John’s Church, ‘at’11 . guest - s m k e r at thy United p’.‘mAll,the
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Vices,: Aptil11: ;, < .
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solve our ddg: eTcohol, .suicide ti% near W‘flie end, XOJJ must witnesses to the fact pat.:JeSius
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members .?dl attend the Sunrise ’ Wednesday, the services move
Ah offering *i?l be taken night:
with His disciples, on the Friday and divorce, air piraCy and iq- makesyour choices nowb YOU wilk was alive. He died, but now
Church invite everyone in the service at 6:30. a.m. Choral to the Pentecostal Church. and ly and refreshments will be served
He,. was ckucified by -jdous dustrial problemq, also children never regre! making the choice alive:
community‘to join them for an Eucharist with Easter ‘Carols is ’ Pastor Jack Lmdquist of the Monday, Tuesday and
b i g o t e d men, wielding a abuse for these are problems of that,will bring YOU nearer to the - The fact has trmfdrmed lives Easter Sunrise SerLice.. It is p l v n - . planned at’ll am.
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of countless people, for just as . ed for 6:3P am.. in the muqicipg
‘ despicable political threat over the soul of man a soul which ,is BleWd Sa6ous.
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. . United Church will give the ser- day following the services. .
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Pilate’s head, Pilate’s wfaknw sick unto death iq many &es. ”
Let PS rejoice and Praise Go$--assuredly BS Jesus died in O u t
@cro& the ‘street from the , Squa!nish. United Church Raws
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And stiU on the Hill of Chlviiry fonthe Lord is risen, He lives, to stead, he rose f r o d t b e dead fbr Us . ’park
and fence sitting p h y d a part in it
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Good Friday Communion. .servide
library’og 2nd Aveque.
tHat we would be nunit’kd‘’with
100. It dl became a drama of the the Crucified Christ cries out - die no more, Alleluia.
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A Blessed Easteflide to YOU and God and live forever with Hlm.
highest intensity - and a cosmic from the cross - “It is nothing to
Squamish Ministerial Association Sutiday’ family service at 11 a.m.
yours.
The result for all who believe is a will participate in leading some will have special music from both
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drama too because as it happened, you, all ye that pass by”?
real joy and happiness in this life hymns and giving parts of the . the junior and senior choirs.’
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Jesus was the beloved Son of ood
My dear friends - *at is your
as well. It is the knowledge that we Easter message.
- whom God vindicated by raising decision about Jesus Christ and
ROGER A. STACEY
are right with Ood. It is the joy of
Him from the Dead,
Easter? Death and Resurrection, By PASTOR LINDQUIST
A pancake breakfast is being
Special music will highlight
!
Barrister and Solicitor
S q u h h United Church
knowing God’s e t e d care for planned and will be held in .the both the 11 a.m. and 6:15 p.m.
No doubt that Easter for some or bunnies and eggs?
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“Jesus Christ, Jesus Christ, US. It is the comfort in knowing United Church Annex immediate- Easter Sunday services at
of us has become just another
Believe me it is my sincere
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the opening of his
The regular worship service will
a constant searching refrain
May this blessing of faith be be held at 11 a.m. in the church
The Valleycliffe Christian
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throughout the rock opera, Yours. A Happy Easteito all of located at Sixth near Victoria.
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practice of law.
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Fellowship Church have Easter
JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR. YOU from the members Of’Faith
services planned for both the 11
Office Hours
The question is never answered Lutheran Church.
On Maundy Thursday, April 8, a.m. and 7 p m . Services.
there. But is it answered
St. John’s Anglican Church Choir
Squamish:
anywhere?
directed by Ethel Jean Gray hill
Easter services at Squamish
37979 Cleveland Ave.
Add vegetables and simmer,
SUPERSTAR ends with the
present the cantata The Seven Pentecostal Assembly will be at 11
cool days call for hearty m&
Phone 892-9361
By PASTOR JACK PURDIE
Last Words Of Christ. The service a.m. and 6 p.m.
and Stew are one way to beat the Covered, one hour longer, or till burial Of the crucified Christ.
Monday to Friday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Squnmiah
Baptist
Church
weather. Some require a long tender. Remove from heat, skim That is why the question gWS
It was Jesus alone who prayed
Whistler:
cooking period, others can be off fat. ~h flour with 2 tbsp. cold unresolved. For YOU see that it not
Of
the
road
for
this
worker
in
the Garden of Gethsemene
the
end
4200 Wpistler Way
water
and
stir
into
beef
mixture.
fairly quickly using
while his disciples had fled- It
Phone 932-3374
canned vegetables. But they all Arrange tdmato wedges, skin side of miracles. The greatest miracle
taSte good, served in their
up, on top. Simmer 10 minutes or Was yet to happen. Incredible it Jesus
who suffered the Pains
Wednesday and Thursday 9 a.m. 5 p.m.
Therefore, He not only appeard to
By REV. CY CLARKE
Cross. It Was JesuS
appears, this man camebackfram- O f -c
Many4nhlliable k o e L - - -._thenQutinuited-them_to ~OIJCIL
gravy, with a salad and rice or till slightly thick.
the
dead
on
the
third
day
after
his
alone
who
hung
on
that
Cross
to
Him.
He
was
not
a
ghost.
He
was
Easter
has
arrived
and
with
it
potatoes .
burial. Now in a different light we Pay for the sin of all the human the rememberance of the greatest comprised of flesh and blood. To
UKRAINIAN GOULASH
Try a tasty Beef Ragout, a
must
ask, “Who are YOU;what race. It was Jesus done whose event in all of history. The glad relieve their anxieties further,
Savory Beef and Vegetable Stew, % CUP salad oll
dead body was removed from the news that Easter proclaims is the Jesus asked them for something to
have YOU sacrificed?”
Ukrainian Goulash or the oriental 3 Ibs. beef chuck, cut in 1!4”
AS
to
his
cross and placed in the tomb. It resurrection of Jesus Christ from eat. Before their astonished R=,
Who
are
cubes
version of stew, Sukiyaki. Your
4
medium
owlon,
finely
chopped
humanity,
Jesus
was
born
a
was Jesus alone who rose from the the dead. This startling event is He Consumed-aplgepf broiled
family will love them.
m o n g the foundation of the Christian fish and honeycomb. Jesus also
Y4 cup tomato paste
escen nt o
e s r a m mng
BEEF RAGOUT
his divine His fOllOWerS. It Was Jesus done church. Take away the resurrec- joined two men in a lengthy con$aviddtf 01; ghs
small bay leaf
VI cup flour
holiness, he was shown with great who a ~ n d e dto His HeavedY tion and Christianity becomes just versation as they walked along the
% cup chopped parsley
1 tbsp. salt
power to be the $ON OF GOD by Father’s side in I-hven.
2
tsp.
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Emmaus Road. For forty days_Hs
another religion.
X &P. pepper
It iS JeSUS alone Who Can’give
being raised from the dead.
No other religion on earth persisted in revealing Himself in a
3 Ib. beef chuck cut In 1Yz”
1 tsp. dried thyme leaves
cubes
% tsp. pepper
(Roqans 1: 3-4)
foregiveness and eternal life to claims that its Founder is alive. variety of unusual circumstances.
What have you sacrificed? He those who Call upon Hi name Only Christianity proclaims this
Heat oil in Dutch oven. Add
YI cup salad oU
beef, a third at a time, and brown always had the nature of God alone. The Bible says ‘there is no amazing truth. This rem_arkable
The time came for Jesus to ~ a y
1 cup chopped onion
on all sides. Remove as browned. (beofre he was born a man), but other name Under heaven, given to claim is not based upon hearsay. his final farewell. A vast crowd
1 cup chopped celery
Preheat oven to 300 F. Add onion he gave up all he had and took on men, by which we must be saved’ Numerous evidence of the resur- gathered to see Him off. As He
!4 cup chopped green pepper
(Act 4:12) It is Jesus alone who rection pre recounted in the Bible. stood upon the Mount of Olives
to pan drippings and saute till the nature-of _a % B w t ,
2 cloves gprlk, crushed
the
path
of
obedience
to
death
on
can
bring sinners to God and who We are told that Jesus.“Showed pronounciny last-minute blassgolden
brown,
about
10
minutes.
2 cans condensed beef broth,
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Return meat to pan. Stir in 1% the cross (Philippics 2:6-8) He can represent them before the Himself alive after His death, by ings, he ascended from their midst
undiluted
MANY NEW SPRING COTTONS
cups water, tomato paste, parsley, sacrificed Hi holy life to purify us throne of God. The Bible SYS,
MANY INFALLIBLE PRO- and a cloud received Him out of
1 can tomatoes
- * l ~ t ? f X ~ e e r - a n d B t t y - l e a f , . f r C u D Sin and tobring us to ~ d ‘He
. is able to save comp@ely- - O F s l r S 4 - v a F i e r + d - a p p r a n ~ -_their-.sightcBy-_thisde_the_
1 can (6 02.) tomato paste-‘those who come to God throigh by Jesus convinced the disciples disciples were so convinced that
2 tbsp. chopped parsley
Bring to boiling. Bake, covered, (2 Corinthians 5 2 1 )
for two hours. Serfe with buttered
As SON OF GOD who acted on Him, seeing He ever h e S to in- that they were not the victims of Jesus had rise0 from the d a d ,
2 tsp. paprlka
2 tsp. Worcestershlrc sauce
noodles. W e s 8.
behalf because of His caring, tercede for them’. (Hebrews 7:25) hallucination.
that ultimately many of them died
,
self-giving love for us, He hold us
Salvation does not come
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Jesus was determined to destory martyr’s deaths rather than deny
Mix flour, salt and pepper; use
SUKIYAKI
in His grasp and commands OW through any church or minister, any. doube which might linger the truth. Let ps also be convincit to coat beef @IJ&.
Rescrvergt
attentiqn and r e p - t . He calls US through any Created person or within the hearts of His disciples ed. The result of such a conviction
of flour mixture. In 3 tsp. hot oil 1yl Ib. dd0h S t e a , about 2
Inches thick
to turn from the self-serving dead- scheme Of religion. &lhtiOn iS with regard to His resurrection. can be lifechanging.
in Dutch oven, brown beef cubes,
1
mediumsweet
Onion,
thinly
ending
ways of the world, to not the result Of righteous deeds
a t4ird at a time. Remove as they
sliced
follow Him, to share in His suffer- or thoughts. Salvation is not the
are browned adding a bit more oil
ing for the healing of the world result Of the work of Jesus on the
if needed. Add onion, celery, 2 green peppers, seeded and Cut
In
thin
strips
and
to do so in the strength that Cross Plus something else - SdVagreen pepper and garlic to the
He will pour into by His Spirit tion is by Jesus Christ Alone.
drippings, saute till tender, about 3 Celery Stalks, Cut In diagonal
five minutes. Remove from heat.
slices
of Holiness.
The Bible keeps it simple. The
Ya
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mushrooms,
sliced
to Salvation, and Peace with
He
challenges
us
to
participate
key
Stir in reserved flour mixture,
stirring until well blended. 2 tbsp. sugar
in His revolution against which God 1s JSusChrist done.
bunches scdliO~s, trimmed and hatred, violence and weapons of
Gradually stir in broth. Add uncut in 2 inch pieces
war cannot compete - His revoludrained tomatoes, tomato paste,
Ib*
spinach, stems removed
tion of sacrifical love which He
parsley, paprika, Worcestershire
(’
bamboo shoots,
demonstrated at the Cross. He is
and browned beef. Bring to a boil,
Sllcea
the world’s only hope, He calls
stirring occasionally. Reduce heat
you and me to die and rise with
and .simmer, covered, for 2% 1 can beef broth, undiluted
Him, like a seed that-must be
hours or till meat is tender. Serve Yz cup soy sauce
Trim fat from meat and reseive
RED KOREAN GINSENG
with rice, broad noodles or but- some of the larger pieces. With plante in order to bring forth new
growth.
tered potatoes.
very sharp knife cut steak across -+ksusGhrist, if- you-are who
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AND VEGETABLE STEW
inch thick. If slices are large cut trust in you and declare my
Christ our passover is
6 tbsp. salad oil
into bite size. Prepare vegetables allegiance to you who sacrificed so
3 Ibs. beef chuck cut in 1Yz”
sacrificed
for us: therefore
and arrange on tray with meat.
very much for the people of the
cubes
let
us
keep
the peace.
Combine broth, soy sauce and world, and for me.”
1 cup chopped onion
sugar in pitcher.
1 st Corinthians
1 cup chopped green pepper
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fat pieces over medium high heat - 2 tbsp. finely chopped parsley
till melted. Remove .fat pieces.
By PASTOR FRANKLIN W.
1 clove garlic, minced
Add beef slices and cook, stirring, PAINE JR.
1 can (8 02.) tomato sauce
till lightly browned. Add onion,
Faith LutheranCIwrch
1 cup red wine
green peppers and celery and half
An
angel spoke to the first
2 beef bouillon cubes
M a y the
the broth mixture.
visitors to the tomb on Easter
1Yz tbsp. salt
Cook quickly, stirring often, ‘ Morning, “And he said to them,
% tsp. pepper
for
five minutes, add more broth ‘Don’t be so shocked, you are
% tsp. dried thyme leaves
ALL CHILDREN MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT(
as needed. Stir in mushrooms and seeking Jesus of Nazareth, who
Of
1 bay leaf
scallions. Cook one minute. Add was crucified. He has risen, He is
5 small potatoes, pared and
spinach and bamboo shoots, cook not here. Look, the place where
halved
one minute. Serves 4 to 6. Serve they put him,But, you go, tell His
6 medium carrots, pared
with rice.
disciples and Peter that He is go6 white onions, peeled
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-__days 0 1 the wgond and la51 publicaiion
2 captains beds with 4 large drawers,
C'hiLLs - brown egg layer\, white egg
of this notice. not less than oneheadboards.
mattresses and covers,
layerc, meat bird<. Order early - qhjp
fwentieth in number of the elector5
$100 each. One 3 M-107 copy
an\\rhere. Napier Chick Sales, 6743 petition the Counc,il lor the submis$50.
One
25
gal.
propane
hot
machine,
L l h b l h . . S t r e e ~ B u . 5 ~MilneL E L
sim d t h e said by-iak for--theassm
water h e a f e ~ , ~ . 3 J F gal:Sm@
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VOX I TO. (TFN)
of
the electors. the Council may adopt
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hot water heater (new), $75. 892-9006
such by-law.
Are you planning a
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AND THAT this i!, the SECONDof
Husquvarna chain saw L65. exc. I W O publications of this notice.
WEDDING or
cond. $175. 898-9556(4.6)
Dated this 6th.day of April, 1982 at
SPECIAL EVENT?
Squamish. B.C.
We specialize in sit-down dinners and
C. C. Schattenkirk.
great food. Call us to discuss,your
lluurpms Agtnder Ltd.
Clerk
menu preference. Contact Lynda
UTOPIAN
GENERAL
District of Squamish (4.6)
Maltimenko at 898-9534 (4.13)
H m Tern? Stwe - tiobility
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8 Legals,
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IN THE'MATTER OF THEESTAT
O F SYLVESTER RIJPTASH
DECEASED, late of 'Squamkt
British Columbia
TlOTICE IS AERm Y ,GIVEN th;
creditors and' others. having claim
against the estate of theabove deceai
ed are required to send them to th
undersigned at 1-2628 Shaughness
St.. Port Coquitlam. B.C., on c
before the 2lst day of May, 1982, o
which date the executor will distribut
the estate among the parties entitle
thereto, having regard only io th
claims of which he than has notice.
FRANK RUPTASH
c/o Eugene Lesyk,
Barrister & Solicitor,
1-2628 Shaughnessy St.,
Port Coquitlam. B.C. (4.27)
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Mobile H-
Mobile radio - telephone &
13-channel scan - recently overhaul%1,100. OBO.
ed - H'R 155
X98-5375 (4.6)
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Friday, April 23 - Royal Canadiai
Legion, Squamish, presents an even
ing of nostrilgia for mehbers anc
from
guests - "Remember When"
boogie to the Beatles - 8:OO p.m. I(
1:00 a.m. - costumes and prizes pick your period, create your costum
- music by "The Hornets." (4.20)
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Personals
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892-5 124
898-9436
898-9306
.
898-5278
37978- 3rd Avenue
AI-Anon Meetings Wednesdays a1
Alano Club, 37978-3rd Ave., Ph:
X92-3661. New meeting Tuesday I
p.m., babysitting available 898-9738,
( I .26)M
HOWE SOUND
WOMEN'S CENTRE
__ - f 8 0 1 S C l e v W A T r - I O a.m. to 3 p.m. weekdays, 892-5748.
Women in crisis - after hours,
892-5723. (6/29/M)
Taper down - Measure up. Sound
nutrition. group. therapy, $20 yearly
membership, no fads, no gimmicks,
non-profit. C a n a d i a n Calorie
Couniers, Miriam Mason, R.R. I ,
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;Roc. Veh. Tmvel
to be younger." Jonathan
Box 218 Sqwmirh VOW 360
&Across from SauamishP.O.
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9 Announcements
Swift
Sihger wanted for a rock band.
Preferably 17 years old or older.
898-5538or 892-5035 (4.6)
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13 Deaths'
SULLIVAN - Qn
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GARIBALDI HIGHLANZ
i 7 FQrd LTQ Brougham, 'air codd
loth 'intnfbr, 60AO seat, $1,75(
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April lst, 19
+au;a S!llivan .OF Squamish, B,
age 80 van. Lovingly remembered
daukh%L.--_
Mrs. Vkkie ,Ellibit
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s o n m a w . Jim and Mrs. Elea
Bishop and son-in-law Bob; daughi
in-law Mrs. Lillian Sullivan; t h
wiers, Mrs. Anne Tanasiuk in 1
monton, Mrs. Louise Rooney
Enderby and Mrs. Mary Koliwasb
We\[ Vancouver; two brothers A
Malenka of Andrew, Alberta and
Malenka of Redwater, Alber
Predeteased by her husband An
daughter Olga and son Alex. Also
loving grandchildren and great gra,
children. Mrs. Sullivan ,was a p
matron and life member of
Squamish chapter No. 57 0 . E
Memorial service was held Sund
April 4, 1982 at 2 p.m. in
jquamish United Church. Rev. J;
1. i ndq u ist officiated. C rem at ic
Squamish Funeral Chapel in care
Irrangments. In lieu of flowr
lonations to the Canadian Can
society would be appreciated.
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WAYNE MITCHELL
1898-5055
GRAY MITCHELL
PATRICIA DiJFn 898-5413
JOAN PAUL 898-9281
898-9566
DON LECKY 892-9027
GEORGE MEARCE 892-3261
DOREEN SHERLAW
898-5429
3 Deaths
4RR - On March
$68,500 13% Assumable
39666 Government Rd.
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41322 Kingswood-Dr:
$69,000 Exc. financing
38829 Newport
$69,900
#I8 Bracken Park
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38028 Guilford
5 Bedroom $1%-,400
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All Breeds
2603 Rhum & Eigg
40167 Bill's Place
2545A Mamauam Rd.
New phone number for
892-9292. (TFN)
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Become a B.C. logger. Choker
training available now. Call or !
Malaspina College, go0 Fifth St
Nanaimo, B.C., V9R 5%. 753-3
Male dorms available. (4.27)
~AMILTON
- In loving memory
dear brother, Don, who passed aw
darch 3 I , 1980.
'he things we feel so deeply are thi
hardest things to say.
Ye, your family, love you in a ver:
special way.
'hey say memories are golden. We
never wanted memories, we
wanted you.
'he only tears could build a
stairway. a heartache may
remain.
Ve've walked past heaven to bring
you back again.
) u r familv chain has broken, but a
God calls us one by one, the
chain will link and soon we'll bi
family.
thvqwmd-forever you will be-lout
and deeply missed. .
- Sisters Wanda, Shelly and-fami
IAMILTON - In loving memory
dear brother, Don. who passed aw
larch 31, 1980.
'he wonderful memories woven in
gold,
'hese are the memories I tenderly
hqld,
beep in-myheart-his m i o r i e s are
kept, to love, 40 treasure and
never forget
Jways and forever you will be lovi
and deeply missed.
- Your loving sister Deb and nie
ania. (4.6)
40 JobOpportunitier
RESUME
will do the rest!
Professional - Confidential.
\$all 892-9994
Fire Insurance
Representative
I n old established fire insurance c
)any requires a representative for
rea.
'revious experience not esse1
complete training provided).
rhis is part-time-gdaJ.dea1 wa
idd to your present income.
ill enquiries confidential.
Write: Post Office Box 278, Sta
A'. Vancouver, B.C., V6C 1
4.13)
'hree-week program on hookteni
igging, slinger, chaser upgrading r
vailable at Malaspina College,
3fth Street, Sfanaimg, -R,C.,1
~ 5 753-3BS:~aIe
.
d&ms avaiia
4.27)
$
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'art-time Maintenance Man requi
or local building, apartment s
ilied. Ideal for semi-retired cou
iossible job for man and wife te<
kesume to Box S , c/o Box i
#quamishTimes (4.20)
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o u n d M o n d a y , M a r c h 2'
lackwater.Lake Road, small camer
hone 894-6961 to identify and clai
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ire you tired of waiting for
overnment to do something about
lation? We are looking for people
rrested in developing a hedge aga
iflation while earning additional
o m 6 Write: Inflation, Box 7
q u h i s h , B.C., VON 3G0 (4.27)
Gold chain and pendant i
hieftain Hotel. Reward $25
'2-5 896
Black Bear
Restaurant
.equires a working chef or an
erienced cook who would like
:arn everything from ordering
Iod cost. Accommodation availal
98-3722 (4.13)
4. Found
9 Pets
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KEmployment Wanted
SPRING CLEANING
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, 1431 Maple Place
,Largeqot $79,900
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40450 Cheakamus-PI.
- 2095 sq.ft. "Beautifully Remodelled" plus Partial Basement.
- Huge Moder Kitchen including fridge, stove,& built-in D.W.
- Large living Room' with Beautiful Gedar Feature Wall.
- Large Dining Room and Family Room,
4 Bdrms. plus Dm.
- 2 Full Bathrooms "Tastefully Remodelled."
- -- .orate
Launary
-ryer--:
- Brand New LuxuriouslMush Carpet throughout.
- All New Drapes and curtains.
- Detached-Garageand-12'~18LIawn
Shed.- ---- Huge Fulty iandscgped Yard - Great for Kids.
This is a SACRIFICErS,ALE!
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Priced Below Replacement Cost at $99,500.00
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1.6 Acres $74,%
Lot 3 CheakymSub.
Close to school $89,900
38549 Westway
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Assumable Mortgage of $50,000.00
at 16%. 4 years left on term.
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5
Ciose to shopping $8<900
2029 Garibaldi Wap
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Three bedroom split level. Available
May I. $395 per month. Call John,at
980-3006
I1 31 ft. deluxe Travilair Trailer
win bed dode1:'All'Ili~ry equip
lent. In Squamish area. Only u r n
)ur months. 438-6882 (4.13)
$400 p a month. For further information call Remi Vasqucz at B.C. Hydro,
663-4192 (4.6)
'6 Toyota pickup SR-5. 54.000 miles,
a n . $3,790.898-5660(4.6)
'2 CMC truck. $3,000. OBO. Need!
m e work.. 898-3122 and 898-5720
t.6)
Three bedroom basement home,
Garibaldi Highlands. Fridge, stove,
washer, dryer, freezer. $475 per
month. 898-5786(4.13)
I GMC Suburban panel truck. Good
ork truck. $850. OBO. 932-3723
8.6)
Three bedroom house includes fridge,
stove, drapes. 892-3751 (4.13)
5 Automotive R e p d ~
d, Pam
MAMQUAMMOTORS
Complete Automotive Repairs
All Makes and Models
Specializing In
Imported Cars
898-5012
in theMashiter Service Centre
Opposite the Golf Course
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I Snowmobiles
iowmobilers - One of the largest inntory of new and used parts in B.C.
e wreck machines, all makes.
illiams Outdoor Recreation, Lac La
ache, B.C., VOK'ITO. 3967639(4.6)
D Suites, Condominiums &
Townhouses for Rent
JXURIOUS one, two &three bdrm.
artments, 38861 Buckley Ave.,
ikon Creek Apartments. 892-3616.
iree bdrm. townhouse, f/p, I %
ths. fridge, stove & drapes. $400 pey
). $200 security deposit. 898-9890
YO and
three bedroom townhouses
r rent. 4 appliances, f/p, available
mediately. No pets. 898-9651
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or two bedrooms. Ideal location,
dge, stove, drapes. cablevision.
railable April 1st. 898-3479 (4.6)
ie
chelor suite, Eagle Run area. Avail.
jril, 1982. 898-9651 9-5. (4.6)M
ree bdrm. basement suite, ensuite,
eplace, rec. room, garage, in
iribaldi Highlands, $500 per month.
3-3729 (4.20)
bdrm. apt. for rent. $250 month.
rail. i m m e d . Call collect,
1-988-5003 (4.13)
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Two bdrm. duplex for rent, 4 appliances, & drapes included. Avail.
Feb. 1st. No pets. $450 per mo. Eagle
Run area. 898-9651 from 9 a.m. to 5
P.m. (1.26)M
Three bedroom SxS, w/w, fridge,
stove, $400 per month. 898-5880
(3.23)
Duplex Garibaldi Highlands, 3
bdrms., major appliances. Available
immed+ately, -5350 per- month.
932-5756 Dave. (3.23)
Carlbaldl Way
3 bdrms., 2 extra storage rooms, f/p,
4 appl., carport, $395. 2 bdrms., f/p,
4 appl.. carport. $365. Available immediately, excellent condition, no
deposit, near school and shopping. Oil
h a t . 921-7347
Valleydiffq'fl J U Oupper
~ Ilalf of
duplex witb @ d a c e , large fenced lot.
Rent negotiable. Russ, 892-9296
Three bedroom duplex downtown. 3
bdrm. Brackendale; one bedroom
duplex. Available immed. 985-6413
Three 3 bdrm. duplexes Perth Rd.,
Gadbaldi Highlands, w/w, kitchen
appliances. One available immed.
$410 per month. 2 available May I .
925-1 I86 9-5 o r 922-5772(4.6)
Three bdrm. in Valleycliffe, w/w,kitchen appliances. Available' June 4.
$332.925-1186 9-5 or 922-5772 (4.6)
66 OffkesforRent
Nice vim. New modern building.
Receptionist evailable. Downtown.
$175.892-9997 (12.22)M
Approximatel; 600 sq. ft. Professional Building, Cleveland Ave. $225
per month. 892-3441 (3.30)
67 Stores for Rent
FOR LEASE
540 SQ. FT.
1 Houses for Rent
ree bdrm, % acre, Highlands. Jan.
$2. $650 per month. References.
II Stan, 892-3571 (TFN)
For'More Info.
898-9085
(if'no onswer +I1
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892-9838 ask for Go&y)
ree bedroom, 5 yr. old house on
161 Lombardy, Squamish. Gas,
wly d e c o r a t e d , f i r e p l a c e .
!-376-2966 (3.9)M
Britannia Beach. 2 and 3 bedroom
uses. Some with ocean view. Rent
$8to $463 monthly. 112-896-2221
13) .
maculate executive 3 bdrm., home
h glass sun room on % acre lot on
et st. Brackendale. W/W,2,apinces, drapes, 2% baths, f/p inge rec room. fenced, beautifulland-_
ped yard with fruit trees and
vbs. $60? per month. 898-5835
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ree bedroom, % basement home.
allable immed. $450. 3 b d m 6 7
>lex, Garibaldi _Estates. $425. 1
'm. suiteL$250! 898-3361 (4.6)-
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Two bedroom detached house in
basement,
Pgmberton,recently
unfurnished,
redecorated,
with rent
full
3 Trudu
ur bdrm., family room, Garibaldi
iates, I % baths, large rooms, f/p,
'pets, drapes and curtains. Built-in
En, table top range, fridge. Extra
rking bay, workshop, playhouse,
;io, fenced secluded yard. $650,
i-5232 (4.6)
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Wanted
foot camper. 898-5075 (4.6)
ROTO TILLING
.awns and gardens. Call Mar
92-3887 (4.6)
w m w
Reduced to $82,600
40354 Garibaldi Way
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'ou'r house, office, apartmc
arpets, walls, windows, etc. 892-9
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BRACKENDALE'S
PAMPERED POOCH
"DOG GROOMING"
PHONE DARLENE
AT 898-5075
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Whenyou care enough
to present your very best, your
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Three bedroom house, excellent condition, in Valleycliffe. Fridge, stove,
w/w. fireplace, fenced yard, basement. $425 per month. 922-1090 or
261 -9138
foot utility trailer, $200. 892-550!
1.6)
29 Education
Are you looking for a Beautiful Home at a-Bargain
Price?
This Quality Home has everything
Reduced - S79.M
38210 Guilford
Super Location $109,900
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. 2541 Orkney
Valleycliffe. Frid'ge, stove, drapes,
w/w, fireplace, carport, good condition, ref's. $475 per month. Call collect 92 1-8233
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$175,000
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40309 Kintyre D r r Y !
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Three
Available
bedrqom
immediately.
house in
985-641
Valleycliffe.
3 (4.6)
Three bedroom hpme with basement,
72 Torino, 302 V8. 2 barrel, fai
iody, good interior. New radiator
ood tires, 3 . spares & rims. S6OC
)BO. 898-3330 (4.6)
Pet Boarding
SEX
40495 Highlands Way North
892-6423 (4.6) . ' ,,
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Now,'thpt I have your-attention:
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?4FOd'&TQ',V%+v!+pLtwiFcdr
litioning. Price negotiable. 898-'529
4.6)
14 In Memoriam
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40556 A y r e Drive
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Pick-ups orranged.
Mon. through Fri.
9 - 4 p.m.
)st:
28, 1982, Ethel
lison Barr of Squamish, B.C., in her
'th year, passed away peacefully in
Ion's Gate Hospital. Predeceased by
:r loving' husband Andrew Ross in
180. Survived by one son Norman
id daughter-in-law Doreen; grandNns Allanand Scott of Squamish and
)hn and wife Kathy of Pemberton.
ineral service was held Saturday,
pril 3 at 2 p.m. in the Squamish
ineral Chapel. Rev. Jack Lindquist
'ficiated. Internment MI. Garibaldi
metary. In lieu of flowers donations
the,Arthritic Society, 895 West'IOth
ye., Vancouver, B.C., V5Z 9Z9;
Juld be appreciated.
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Your kitty is welcome, too!
1 Business Personals
lininLproperties professionally
witched" for mineralized zones, or
do-it-yourself" and save. Witching
ids available at $5O/set. Write: Klonke Reporter, Box 4428, Whitehorse.
ukon, YIA4MI (4.6)
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BEAUTYSALON.
Three b d h in-Garibald ,Highlands.
immed;
S450Y;per
Stove,! .month.
-fridge,
washer,'! f/p.
Available,.
Hlghlandr Mall
(Former Lloyd's C a m e r a )
Phone Bob collect 792-0424
Royal International Equities Ltd.
Retail store space for rent. Best location on 2nd Ave., Available May- 1st.
875 sq.'ft. to 1,750 sq. ft. 898-9012.
(2.2)
600 sq. ft. of
a fdr
rent. Eagle Run Shopping Centre.
o.m. 12.9)M
5250
per mo. 898-9651 9 a.m. to 5
Commercial space, available up to
3,500 sq. ft., will tfwelopto suit, 2nd
a.m.
4ve. (2.25)M
892-3441 or 271-1847 after 6
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HOWE SOUND MOTEL
Zolbur TV and cablevision, self:ontained bachelor and one bedroom
,uites. Laundromat. 892-3737.'
2.10M)
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198-3355 Sat. or 876-2308 Van. (M)
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14 Mobile Homes f6r Sale
Wanted: Person to share 4 b.
house. $200 plus utilities. 898-511
(3.30)
Retired widower with small three
bedroom house would share with quid
couple., For further information
phone 898-3019 between 4:00 p.m.
and6vp.m.(4.13)
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2>2 finced'acres, &parce&;'bkldings,
timber, Sukunka RFver frontage.. &Iprodmately 120 brbken. New highway
south of Chetylynd, 5210,000 hall at
l2Olo. 546-612p&.6)
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REQWCED
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$50,000 to Sl24,500
on cuktom built 3 bdrm. home
in OaribaJdi Highlands
For appointment to vi& call
921 -8 193
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Income Tax Offibe Servih , , .
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Computer Service:
pring s p e c i a l . ' N e ~ ' 1 9 8 ~ ~ k a 8'
n a g ~ . 9 1 4 0 Cleveland Avenue
smpq6, ffidk'e; .fllniacei ' S5iqOS. - . . Squqmish,.BX.
.. .P.0,Bdx 284-Tek.892-5919
iaod selection, used. wppeis froy
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1;300 grid. 'mini ..hotorhome! ,from ' . . T.JrMi$Donald'
16;OOO. Holidav' Rentals and $ales -wmLtd. 17840-$6th. Avenue, Surrey,
Copper B&ch Building
. . Box 130 Britannia Beach VON 1JO
.C., V3S lC7.574-SI I5 (4.6)
Office: 896-2410
II mobile home, 3 bdrms., washer;
Residence: 8%-2257
ryer, stove, fridge, extras. 528,900.
98-3976 (4.13)
MobileHome?
MAKE YOUR PROBLEM OUR
SUCCESS
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Buying 8 Selling Mobile Homes
Is Our Business
DEAL WITH THE EXPERTS
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Britannia Beoch
Certified General Accountants
Bookkeeping & Accounting
Auditing
Income Tax Consulting
Management Consulting
102-1975 Lonsdale Ave.
North Vancouver, B.C.
V7M 2K3
(604)987-8101
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(3.3 I M)
MUST SELL
4 bdrms., 2 washrooms, fridge, stove,
washer, drapes included. 1,560 sq. ft.
R I I zone. 100'x130'. $68,900.38811
Garibaldi Ave.. Squamish. Further information 892-5526or 584-3016 (4.20)
.
100% Wo.01 Berber $32.95 bq. yd.
Hi Lo Saxony S17.95 Reg. 527.95
1 i-It
nlcn
898-5149
Carpets installed by expert regardless
where you buy. All work guaranteed.
Call Ross before 9 a.m. or after 6 p.m.
892-3781 (4.27)
inancing avail. 892-3441 or 271-1847
'ter 6 (2.26)M
129 Diving Schools
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DRIVING SCHOOL
Learn (o drive with a qualified licensed instructor. Full preparatiop for
driver's examination.
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892 5058
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callndw for 'spring
Free Estimates
892-5181
(4.13)
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SUNRISE MASONRY
Custpm .fireplaces. chimneys and all
types of brick and block work. Free
estimates. 898-5693
PAUL PATASI
MASONRY LTD.
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1978 Case 680-E 2800 hours. 4411-1
front, extendahoe. 1979 Case 580-C
2400 hours. Standard hoe and front
bucket. 527,500. OB0 each. Box 12,
Whistler, B.C., VON IBO or phone
932-5379 or 932-5484. No collect calls.
20 yds. delivered $290.
Phone 584-6240
(3.30)M
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160 Machiinery
RlCA
BLACK LOAM MIX
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Fireplaces, and all types brick, stones
& block b r k . Vancouver, Whistler.
Pemberton
FREE ESTIMATES
892-3160
Anytime
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' . Robert B. Brown Lk Assoclates
British Columbia Lahd Surveyor
and Profesisonal Engineer
Box 13. Whistler, B.C.
Phone 932-5426
Serving Squamish,
Whistler and Pemberton
H E R M O N ,BUNBURY & OKE
Professional Land Surveyors
& Engineers
#MI - 1080 Maitland Street
Vancouver, B.C. V6B 2T8
Telephone 687-6841
or Whistler 932-5953
( I .9M)
we on commissions before these
ioice lots are forwarded to realtors.
orner lot in Eagle Run subdivision or
rgt98'x2?0! lot by+ttonwooct
7
irk. 892-9087
alleycliffe, Plateau Drive. 2 large
mtry-size building lots in a
5ghbourhood with many new
n e s . Southwestern exposure with B
rect view of the Chief. Excellent
iilding site with no ravines, creeks or
rge cliffs. Underground wiring and
I convehiences. Lor No.53 is 21,l I9
. ft. with 138 ft. frontage. Lot No.
is 23,171 sq. ft. with 95 ft. fronge. Reduced to 554,700. Offers.
2-921-7700 evenings. (4.20)
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Three bedroom duplex in Highlands.
Large landscaped lot. Fenced back
yard, privacy. IS%% on $58,000 till
April '86. Full price $65.000. 898-9757
or 892-5439
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Three bedroom townhouse with knotty pine and ceramic tile walls with
back yard fenced in. Assume mortgage at IO%%, payment at 6146each
month. Renewal up Sept. I . 1982.
Contact Bev at 892-5478(4.6)
p
lust sell 3 bedroom house in
alleycliffe. Will trade for property.
!1-8233
"WHAT WASCALLY
WABBIT"
Move In Today
New
Deluxe 24x60 with such features as self
clean eye level oven, patio door, upgraded carpet. 2 bay windows, one
year warranty, immediate possession.
I lot available, order your new double
wide today.
Squamish Mobile Home Sales
Timber Town Estates
898-5688 DL 6657 ( I . 19)M
AVON OFFERS
EXCELLENT
EARNINGS
#627.
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EGG-SPENSIVE? $198,000
Not if you consider the quality
in construction, the pool-size
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landscaped an$ fenced yard, one level convenience, exclusive
Highlands location, a good
mtge. and a reasonable Drice
tag? Call LINDA WAT?,
898-9480 or 892-5901 Dalzer
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#627.
lot, and all the egg-stra features
this modern contemporary has
t o offer. It has everything from
double pane windows, t o
sauna, to built-in vacuum. It's
egg-secutiye! "HELGA",
892-5852.
!!DON'T CHICKEN OUT ON
HIPPITY HOP DOWN TO
Our shop to +see this Grade
"A" fam. split l e v e l h m o n
Hospital Hill. Asking $99,500
and ouen to offers. Call
DOROTHYGOL,DEN,
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*Children's Play Area
*Luyuriots. carpets and drapes included.
For further information about Mountain View Manor and our
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Probably the best buy in
today's market. Yendor
considering agreement for sale
a t good rate. Egg-citing 3
hdrm. rancher, garage, paveddrive, well-maintained. 60's.
Call me quick! "HELGA';I,
892-5852. --
home in prestigious Garibaldi
Highlands. Call MRS.
RONNIE McCARTNEY,
898-5941 or 892-5901 pager
#628.
WHY T a K ABOUT LIGHT
RABBIT TRANSIT?
For Vancouver - you have
your own northern transit right
at the end of this 247' deep lot
with an egg-citing little home
- make use of the B.C. 2nd.
$10,000 - and you could get
into this, for as little asS5,OOO
down. Call today. MRS.
RONNlE McCARTNEY,
898-5941 or 892-5901 pager
#628.
GRADE "A" EXTRA
LARGE
That means "BIG" the home
you have all waited to see
(previously the Goode Estate),
elegant and secluded living,
indoor pool, caretakers'
let
quarters. The list goes OR
me give you the conducted tour
for Easter reasonablj, priced.
Call MRS. RONNIE
McCARTNEY. 898-5941 or
892-5901 pager #628.
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COMING - THE RABBITS
ARE COMING
And so should you --drive
"YOUR TkE4SURE HUNT
past this beautiful large levelled
ENDSHERE!" . *
lot on Nairn Way A Vendor -.Becattse.this home has eggsays SELL. An opportunity
sactlywhat you're looking for,
you can't miss. Phone now and
a mtge of $43,000 at IO%Vq till get a surprise. MRS. RONNIE
Dee. 8 4 CalLWILMA __ - - ._McCARXNEY,-898-5941 or _DAWSON, 898-3798.
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dry in Brackendale or on a 65 x
120 cleared lot in Valleycliffe.
For further info call WILMA
DAWSON, 898-3798.
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DON'T DUCK THIS ONE
on one floor, 1,540 sq. ft.
for on& $88,500. Immaculate
'L in and out in the Highlands.
'Extremely large 3, bedroom'townhomes
BathroomsjRduding ensuite
'=*Fridge, stove, dishwasher, washer & [email protected] efficient Triumph woodburning stoves
*Master bedroom has balcony and walk-in "His and
Hers". closets *
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*Rnced patios
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cellent mtge. of $37,000 a t
1 3 % % till "85". Only in t h e .
50's. Act now! "HELGA",
BUNNY RIDDLE
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VIEW MANOR
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:ASTER BUNNY'S CHOICE
Price reduced to $62,900 on
this cutie in Garibaldi Estates.
:all LINDA W A T T , 898-9480
r 892-5901 pager 8627.
I pwAWhat has 3 bdrms.,
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'/z duplex, $10,000 down and
B.C. 2nd mtge. Monthly
payments approx. $550-$630!!!
Immaculate condition. Call
LINDA WATT, 898-9480 or
892-5901 pager #627.
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inu facturing and wholesale business
th campground on same site. 25
les north of Kamloops. Lots of
om for expansion. For further inrmation write 450 Mulberry
renue, Kamloops, B.C., V2B 2R5 or
one 376-5%9 (4.6).
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unique featuEs YOU have to
see it for yourself to really
appreciate the difference. Call
me now and I'd be pleased to
arrange tb show it to you.
ALICE TICKNER, 898-5130 or
892-5901 pager #615.
!!PEEP PEEP CHEEP
CHEEP!!
Super 3 bdrm. starter with egg-
898-948bcw-its
"BUILD YOUR NEST"
On a large corner lot high and
THIS IS NO EGGSAGERATION
T h e view is egg-squisite from
the patios of this Bavarian style
PERFECT LOOKOUT SPOT
FOR THE EASTER BUNNY
From the ivory tower of this
incredible log house. With all
Fantastic building lots, single
fam. and duplex from $34,900.
OFFERS! Call LINDA WATT,
:eded immediately
Distributors
d retailers for new greenhouse. InIductory retail price $150 for IO ft. x
ft. IO sizes available. No fees, good
icounts, protected territories. Call
w Western Water Farms, Vanuver, 682-6636
Move in tbmorrow, 3 bedroom,
12x60' good condition. completely
furnished, $20,000. Fridge, stove,
washer, dryer, garden shed, extras.
Three Rivers Trailer Court. private
area. 892-3585, message, Carol
898-4145 (4.27)
Estates priced at only $87,900.
Call ALICE TICKNER for
more details, 898-5130 or
892-5901 pager #615.
EGGSTRA! EGGSTRA!
READ ALL ABOUT IT!!!
Phone Joyce
898-3807
or Mgr. collect
531-4062
MOBILE HOMES
Wheeleslsle
The Wheelestate People, Harbel
Holdings Itd. Mobile home listings
and sales. Kamloops 112-372-571 I;
Surrey 585-3622 (TFN)
KNOCK, KNOCK! WHO'S
THERE? EATHER! EATHER
WHO? EATHER BUNNY!
Smart Eather Bunny, too! He's
hopping right over to see a
large duplex in Garibaldi
Wouldn't want this hutch!
$78,500 would buy him an
immaculate fam. home, shake
roof, new carpets, fridge and
stove, and an eggs-cellent mtge!
Call LINDA WATT, 898-9480
or 892-5901 pager #627.
2-Business Opportunities
84 ' Mobile Homes for Sale
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Satisfied Customers
Box 688
.JIrepl&es, brick. stone
block work
ix120 treed lot, Jura Crescent,
aribaldi Highlands. S48,000. Offers
insidered. 1 12-923-4474(4.13)
82 Suites, CondbmiAiumr 0
townhbthes forSale
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idge. G a r i b a l d i H i g h l a n d s .
2-434-7597 (4.13)
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Sfone Masonq.Ltd,.
i9,500 each. OFFERS. 112-921-7700
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5-year-old, 3 bedroom home situated
on 38161 Lombardy, Squamish. Newly decorated, alu'minum siding,
fireplace, gas, on a beautiful lot.
112-376-2966
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PLATEAU DRIV.E
ew subdivision. 2 large lots with
Directed at 1st time buyer
I f you've been trying to
purchase a home
I f you require
3 bedrooms with basement
* Call 921-8233 collect.
No agents
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or sale by owner, 2nd Ave. 50x120.
HOUSE
OPPORTUNITY
VALLEYCLIFFE
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CARPET
SPECIALS
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MQONRY
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brick & block work. Residential or
corprnercial. 8984219 (M)
896-2212
6 Building Lots For Sale
COMMERCIAL LOT.
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Trade -Too Big For Us!
Our kids are gone.
Is yours too small?
4 bdrm. house, family room in
Garibaldi Estates.
Take 3 bdrm. bungalow or lot in
Garibaldi Highlands plus cash in
trade. Contact Box 394, Garibaldi
Highlands, B.C., VON ITO(3.30)
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Sacrlfice Sale
Ideal starter with in-law, 5 bdrm.
house, 2 baths, f/p. plus !!! Excellent
non-qualifier 567,000 at 14.75% till
Dec. '83. Full price $79,900. Call
892-9909eves. or 988-7774 days. (4.6)
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162 &sonry
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1978 Bombadier all-terrain muskeg
carrier, Perkins diesel, 1300. hours,,
dump box, hydraulic winch, %man
cab, excellent shap3e. 519,000.
IS OPEN 7 DAYS
669-7211. Vancouver, v r . Edwards
A WEEK
(4.6)
9 a.m. lill6 p.m. Ddly
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'FORALL. .
Sale; Exciting discouqts from 12-30%
- YOUR CARDENING.NEEDS.
.on scrapers. loaders, dozers, Fellow
bunphers, exca'vat;ors, bkkhoes,
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. tr-ucks and equipment.'. Specials in'dude 1980 .58OC. 1979 D7G. 1978
D8K, 1979 JD350C, 1976 Drou 50D
feller buncher. 1976 955L. 1976;D55S,
156 tivestock .'.
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372-7747
Trimmiag; - s Z ~ i c i n g A q u a m
i s h ~-excellentv~u~~.-l(amlobpg
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gCntle nature, part Appaloosa, $450.
TQview phone 898-5375 (4.6) - ,
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Pqny for &ICSI50. 'orio:,898i3I
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from framing to finishing
Quality Workmanship
at a fair price
@ Aik for Dick at
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"'~astalog4eav~i~ble:WfiteMrR
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restaurant. Cmveniencc storq.
Recreatjbn;-.cabins. Ragches;
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PRICE YOU'D E Q E C T TO PAY.
DOORS AT GREAT PRICES TWl
Walker Door, Vancouver 266-1101;
North Vancouvar 985-9714; Richmond 273-7030; Kamloops 374-3566;
Nanaimo 758-7375. (TFN)
Freight damaged, new and used a p
pliances, kitchen cabinets and
vanities. Stoves, fridges, washers,
dryers,' dishwashers, microwaves,
1 0 ' x W '67 Hociendo
$12,500
deep freezers, fantastic savings, fully
12'x60' '71 Lamplighter
$22,000
guaranteelffiglis. Moffat; Jenn-Aire,
lTx68' '76 Colwood
$24,900
White Westinghouse,. Kitchen-Aide,
12'~60''73 P ~ I w u ~ . - S2~,000
.Sanyo. Comfy Kitchens, 1119 West
12'X68'.'76 $ghyobd ,
S25;d
14th Street, Nprth Yancouvei.
[email protected]@~. ,:
$29;5M::, '980-4848 .. . .
1 ~ ~ 0 8 0 t h o ~ I c b l l o r..633,500 . . ..- ,
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HOP
&bT TO
COITONWOOD & SEE A
HOME TO SET YOUR
The
HEARTON
owners have. loved this
GET CRACKING
Don't lose out on this one it's in the right location, quiet
cul-de-sac, large treed lot, cedar
lined private studio for Dad,
completely finished u p and
down, wet bar, well orientated
fam. home and the price is
right. Let's go look, call MRS.
RONNIE McCARTNEY,
898-5941 or 892-5901 pager
8628.
I'M EGG-CITED ABOUT
THIS ONE!!!
Fantastic new home in Merrill
Park, with sweeping view of
the mountains. Light and
bright with vaulted ceilings,
just the cosiest nest you could
find for $114,000. Call HELEN'.'
MAGEE, 892-3905 or 892-5901
pager #608.
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home but they are moving t o
the Okanagan. You'll know the
care it has had as soon as you
open the door. 4 bdrms.. 2 full
b a t h s , 2 f/p's, rec. rm., 5
. appliances, 2-car garage, on
extra large lot and adjoining lot
available, too. Great
landscaping. Call BEV
CROFT, 898-5313.
BASKET FULL OF LOTS!!!
Price reduced to $35.000 in
JOIN THE EASTER
PARADE!!!
To this fast-growing food
business. Your investment
could multiply like rabbits!
Hurry, before the Royal
Hudson starts and get going at
this fantastic location. For
further
. details call HELEN
MAGEE, 892-3905 or 892-5901
pager #608.,
EGG-ZAaLY
What the young or retired
couple needs. Charm begins
right at the front door with
lovely new carpeting,
moderately priced 3 bdrm.
rancher, located near top end
of Chestnut St. A great value
on today's market: Call BEV
CROFT, 898-5313.
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Pamper yourself with this
gracious home that offers '
inexpensive living, too. Large
living room has vaulted cedar
ceilings, f/p, deluxe cfrpets and
a view to stun the senszs. The
dining room radiates
congeniality for fam. or
entertaining a crowd. If you've
been waiting for that special
house, call BEV CROFT, *
898-53 13.
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lot on Ayr Dr.'Home features
.
Squatpish Rock f / p and
stunning view ftom liv. rm.,
plus rec. rm, and second bath
down. Hi $ 8 0 ' ~ .Call STAN
BANNISTER, 898-5905 or
-892-5901 pager #601.
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SUNSHINE & VIEW
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Hide
your eggs in the wooded area
on Lots 13 and 14. It's like
having a park in your own
%ack yard. Call HELEN
MAGEE, 892-3905 or 892-5901
pager #608.
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Try $76,000 for,a 3 b c l y . with
f / p , 3 baths, dou6le gar-ae,
finished basement, only 3 y r s .
old. Assumable,mtge. of
% 4 5 . 5 f i l l - ? 4 % till "85".
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Most asked questions about .reducing diets
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for bging -overweight, the' yourself ,to only .'certain. kinds ofs" calories, but provideJtk diet with1 nutritious-breakfast>Tilla l p give
FOR YOUR INCOME TAX
foods, but rather select a diet that necessary vitamins and roughage. the dieter a good start-h the day,
is overeating and not
major
cau'se
REFUND, CHILD I'AX CREDIT 8
enough
exercise.
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order
to func- - includes a balance of 'all the basic .
Raw .vegetables such as carrots, 6y eliminating ' a vid-morning
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why &it {olttp fdr your
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money?
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Vancouver reduction -dieting :and
s o m e as -lean me.ats,. 'poultry, and fish. should be included in moderation, spread, cereal and milk and
164 W. Hastipgr ,
beverage would be suitable.
tbat-are baked or broiled. Dairy 100.
answers.
684-1574
Whole grain or enriched breads What about.fad diets of, popular,
foods such as cottage cheese, skim'
' W h a i is the best kind '0.f reducing
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.,and' rolls-are examples.'of foods lie& I read, about .in'books
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yhettier you are reducing,or not is and o>her minfrals. $lacy f r a j t b :"as otHkr.-qtri,ents. I: . . . -'. . Fad diets such as starvation
a Should I eliminate all starchy
diets or diets which tecommend
foods while dieting?
. eating only one particular type of
No. Carbohydrates play an im- food and eliminating all others
portaot function in the diet - may remove excess pounds temthey provide, energy. Car- porarily, but they dd pot work in
bohydrates also play an important the long run.
role in the digestive process helpMost people who follow fad
ing to maintain a balance in the diets find they gain the lost weight
body so that it can return to its back quickly when they return to
normal weight. Weight reducing normal eating patterns. The onThe brilliant new Nighthawk 750 is designed t o s o a r a b o v e t h e crowd. It flies with
diets
should include some form of Iv. way- to lose weight and keeo it
t h e help of a 749 cc. four-cylinder e n g i n e a n d o silken-smooth, five-speed,
carbohydrate at every meal.
off is to consume fewer caloiries,
constant-mesh transmission.. And it f e a t r e s Honda's.new TRACTManti-dive that
T h e district should hear sometime this week what the appraised value of the land 'in the inreacts proportionally to varying braking Toads. The Nighthawk sports s o m e very
How can I avoid between meal
rollow a balanced diet, and to
snacking?
striking plumage, too. There's a chrome-stripe integrated tank a n d s i d e cover
engage in some form of exercise.
dustrial park is and will then work out a selling price for the property.
design. Pull-back handlebars. New "star-design" cast wheels. And a gleaming
Between meal snacking could
cause much of the overweight propassenger grob rail. The 1982 Nighthawk 750.
blems to begin with! I f you
must snack in between meals,
have low calorie items such as rau
vegetables on hand. Or have a cup
A reduction 'of saturated fats in levels, from 290 to 380 milligrams drop in elevated blood cholesterol
teatiire of the diet dntn. thr rcporl
of hot tea or coffee between meals
concluded. It added [hat the
to provide satisfaction without tlie diet, combined with a reduc- of cholesterol per I 0 0 millilitres of levels were men who ate more
tion of smoking, has cut heart at- blood, were considered high. Nor- fish. vegetables, skim milk and r e $ u l t \ o l tlie s r u d y a r e
calories..
"conipatable
therc is with
a11 iiiimcdiatc
the lnlwthc\i\
and
Some people find they can diet tacks by nearly one-half in a five- mal cholesterol levels range from high polyunsaturated margarine that
more successfully if they divide year study involving more than 150 to 300 milligrams per I00 and cooking oils.
predictable reduction i n rkk (01
their daily calorie and nutrition 1,200 men, the British medical millilitres of blood.
Eighty
per
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of
the'
men
The
reduction
of
saturated
fat
heart attack) a \ ;I rcwlt 01 rcducjournal.
The
Lancet,
reports.
allowance over several small meals
is
the
most
important
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in the cholesterol Ic\eI."
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smoked
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The
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the
during the day rather than just
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completely
stopped
smoking
Ttrongest--evidenceyet--of
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health benefits of changing during the study.
Fnr PWc-uu
iThe dietary recornmendations
fruit from lunch to enjoy during dietary habits to bring down
FILTER QUEEN
LOACH, HOBBS & K Y LER
the afternoon, or save your juice elevated blood cholesterol levels. "consisted mainly of reduction i n
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British
Columbia
Land
Surveyor
saturated
fat
intake
and
a
slight
The
Norwegian
study,
confrom breakfast for a mid-morning
Barbara 892-5633 ( I .26)M
860 West 1st Street
ducted by the Olso department of increase in polyunsaturated fat insnack.
North
Vancouvep
B.C.
health and reported in the Dec. take." the participating doctors
Should I eliminate breakfast
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Wednesdays: Every Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. BINGO is held in the
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Tuesday, April 6 Squamish Camera Club is having an organizational meeting at 7:30 p.m. in the cafeteria at Howe Sound Secondary
school.
Wednesday, April 7,: 7:OO p.m., Elks Hall, 2nd Ave. "What are
you talking about? Say what you mean, mean what you say!" A mini
workshop in communication skills led by Andrea Kiss at Howe Sound
Women's Centre "Our Night."
Wednesday, April 7: Information meeting for the public by Public
Involvement Work Group in civic centre auditorium 4:OO-9:00p.m.
Squamish
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Sunday, M a y 9 "Performance '82" - variefy show with music,
song, puppets and jugglers. Shows at 3:OO and 7:OO p.m. Sp,onsored by -.
Squamish Lions Club.
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Wednw:"Not A Love Story" a film' about por.
nograpby - open to women and men. Warning: contains sexualIy-e-1
plicit scenes. Film sponsored by Howe ,Sound Women's Centre at 7:30
p.m. .in Elks Hall, Second Avenue.
Saturday, May 22: Up With People,show at civic centre at 8 : ~ +.
p.m.
Sunday; May.'&: Kiwanis-Concert in aid of Howe Sou?d Secondary School Scholarship Fund. Participants will include, H.S.S,S.
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band, Squamish Youth Chorale'and dancers from Garibaldi School of
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Dance. Location: H.S.S.'School at 2:30 p.m.
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Saturday, November 21: ACW Christmas Bazaar at civic centre.
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Thursday, April 8: During ecumenical Easter week services, SI.
John's Anglican Church choir will present the cantata "The SevenLast
'Words".by Ritter. It will be presented in the church at 7:30 p.m. under
the direction of Ethel Jean Gray. .'
Wednesday, April 14: Annual general meeting of the Squamish
Arts Council at 7:30 p;m. in Arts Council building, foot of hospital hill.
Thursday, A,pril 15: 'BLNGO, 7:30 p.m. in' the Legion hall.
Thursday, April 15: D'on Munro, president 'oT.the B.C. Western
Canada Concept party will address a meeting at 8:OO p.m. in the
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Highlander Hotel.
Saturday, April 17:'Boy Scoutk bottle drive, 12 noon to 4:OO p.m.
Thursday,.April22: Squamish. Skating Club annual meeting and
election of office.rs - 7:30 p.m. in civic centre.
Monday, April 26: Howe Sound 'Curling Club aqnual meetinghnd
election of officers 7:30 p.mr in Curling Club.
Monday, April 26: General meeting of Squamish International
, .Festival, 7:30 p.m. io Squamish.Arts Council burlding.
Sunday, May 2: Mothers Day bake sale and garage sale at McKenzie Mall - IGA 1000,a.m. to 3:OO p.m:Sponsored by Howe Sound.
Women's Centre.
Tuesday, May,4: Canadian Daughters ,League annual Ladies Night
at 6 i M p.m. civic centre. Tickeis-now on sale at Times office.
May 6, 7, 8, 10, 11: Howe Sound Secondary School's Drama Club
will preseat "The Effect of Gama Rays on Man-in-the-Moo?
MarigoIfl8:OD p.m. each'night.
- mall Friday,
at 2:OO May
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