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 LEGISLATIVE UBR.MIY  Parliament B��a����*Slx4  Victoria, B.C. V8V 1X��  COAST  NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  iiuuiiJHirni  May 11, 1992 Volume 46 Issue 19  District forest manager decides to resign  Barry Mountain has resigned as district fond manager fur the Sunshine  Coast as ol Friday (May 8).  Mountain was suspended with pay  March 27. while the lores! service conducted a review of irregularities in his  expense account, llie questionable Iravel expense! turned up during an internal  financial audit in March.  Deputy forest minister Philip Halkelt  refused to comment on the reason for  Mountain's resignation. Nor would he  say whether the audil review was con-  Barry Mountain steps down six weeks after being  suspended for expense account irregularit-^  linuing. "It's an internal personnel mat  ler," he said. "As far as I'm concerned,  this file is closed."  Russ Hughes, who has been filling  Mountain's post since April 27, will  continue as acting districl manager until  the ministry appoints a permanent  replacement. That decision will proba  bly lake from six weeks to threi  months.  Mountain was instrumental in establishing the local Forest Resource Council in December. Harr> Almond, chair  of the council's interim committee,  describes the council as an advisory  group of interested panics ranging from  ties  lugging companies lo forest workers  ami environmentalists.  Almond is concerned lhal the council should continue despite Mountain's  departure, "I would like to see sonic  support from the new district manager,'1  he said.  According to Halkelt, the change in  nianagenieiil will not affect loresi policies on the Sunshine Coasl   Regarding  ihe Poml Resource Council, he said.  "my experience with similar groups is  lhat they're .cr> helpful"  Bin) Mountain spent tn yean with  the loiesi service, working as a loresi  ranger in l.anglurd. then as a ranger  supervisor iii the inrinei Vancouver loresi district.  He was Powell River dislncl manager, then became manager lor llie new  Sunsliine Coasl districl formed when  the Sechell and I'nwell Rivet districts  merged several years ago  Land claim stall  angers Sechelts  Minister's comments fuel frustrations  kaa **-     -     "-    -  oy nancy itwoie  The Sechelt Indian Rand is  fed up with waiting for Aborigi-  rial Affairs Minister Andrew  Pelter to negotiate its land  claim.  In the legislalure Wednesday, Gordon Wilson asked llie  provincial govern-       menl lo begin negotiation of Ihe claim  immediately, When  Petfer brushed aside  Wilson's request,  implying Wilson  was seeking special  treatment for his  own constituents, it  was Ihe lasl slrawlTir  the Sechell hand.  "We are tired of      your continued dis- "  respect towards our people, and  we give you notice lhat we will  tolerate it no longer," the band  council wrote Pelter llie next  day.  Calling lum the most inaccessible minister since the time  of W.A.C. Bennett, the band  charged thai Pelter has repeal  filly ignored invitations to meet.  Sechell Chief Tom Paul says  Petler told the blind in December lhal Ihe Sechelt claim was a  priority.  In February, the Sechelts  offered lo negotiate on the basis  thai 50 per cent of the settlement be paid by the federal government and 25 |ier cent by the  province, with the remaining 25  per cent to lie negotiated later.  Petler has not responded to that  offer.  Frustrated, the baud asked  Wilson lo raise the case in the  legislalure. Petler replied lhat  Ihe claim musl wait until the  new Treaty Commission is  established, "in the very near  future." That commission will  consider all BC. land claims.  Wilson pressed the issue,  'We are tired  of your  continued  disrespect  towards our  people'  -Hand Con in H  saying "when we have self government in place, when we have  already established the specific  claim and when we have agreement basically on Ihe amount of  dollars . . . what is slopping this  governmenl from negotiating a  resolution?" When he suggested      the government was  stalling,      Petter  replied sharply  "There is such a  thing as process,"  Pelter said. "The  lad that a particular  firsl nation resides  in someone's constituency . . . ought  not lo he the consideration."   I   Paul, who was in  Victoria to hear Ihe  exchange, said Petler is ignoring  Sechelt's special stains as llie  only self-governing Indian band  in B.C.  "I'm really disappointed wilh  the response from Mr. Petter,  that he wanted us lo go through  the Treaty Commission,'' Paul  said.  "We're a unique band, we're  a government. We want to  negotiate on a government-to-  government basis."  Gordon Anderson, the band's  financial advisor, said Wilson  was not flogging for his own  constituents. "Those responses  from Pelter are an insult lo the  Sechelt people," lie said. "|Wil-  son] was representing an Indian  government."  The band officials emphasized thai their argument is with  Petler and not with Premier  Mike Harcourt.  The Sechell band has been  trying to settle ils land claim  since 1984. The federal and  provincial governments both  have declared their willingness  to negotiate, but so far there's  been no progress.  Just one of the many beautiful kites flown at this year's Kile Day K\tiai agim/a al Davis Bay.  The British Columbia Kite Association eame from Vancouver to demonstrate kite styles and  flying techniques to an estimated crowd of 300-400 people. Winners of Ihe Family-Built Kite  Contest were David, Rosemary, and Glen Sutherland. Joel Johnstone photo  Mall  cigarette  heist  probed  by Joel Johnstone  Thieves pried the lock off  the rear entrance to Sunnycrest  Mall, broke into Super-Valu  Store and made nil with 575  cartons ol cigarettes worth over  $28.(MM) early Wednesday  Though RCMP say there is  no significant black market for  cigarettes on the Coast, the  theft is liig enough that Gihsons  detachment has lessened Cst  Mark Wickson's load to work  on the case.  Wickson says when he and  Cst. Cindy Sears responded to  die call, ' We went through llie  inside ol the mall and everything appeared to lie secure. We  checked the root All ihe venting ami possible forcible entry  points appeared secure."  Backtracking later, Ihey dis-  covcred thieves had twisted ihe  lock oil the mall's real entrance  doorwa). then placed the mechanism back in the hole to make  it look as if il were Intact,  The sliding Hack doors to  Super Valu were then forced  open, tin office broken into and  an empty sale tampered wilh.  The culprits then grabbed  some steaks, snatched some  plastic bags and stuffed them  with cigarette cartons, Wilson  said.  They also tried to break into  bolh Grammas Toy Box and  gain access to the liquor store  liom outside the mall.  Wickson believes there may  lie a connection between the  mall heist and a red car wilh  black underbody or trunk seen  in the vicinity of the Gibsons  fireball Tuesday evening when  the door handle to the hall was  Iwisledolf.  Inside  MdatngoH pag%22  High altitude logging methods found wanting  by Stuart Burnside  Not nearly enough study has  been done lo warrant continuing  the present method of logging of  sub-alpine (high altitude) timber, says a report contracted by  the Ministry of Forests (MOF).  The silvicultural analysis  report, completed in February,  undertook to identify problems  and dangers of harvesting  Mountain Hemlock in sub-  alpine areas of Southern BC,  and to suggest solutions to those  problems.  Areas studied included the  Tetrahedron plateau, Salmon  Inlet and areas surrounding  Squamish. among others.  The report, compiled by the  UBC Sciences Department and  Fletcher Challenge (logging  company) and the MOF points  lo a serious lack of understanding of the growth patterns and  requirements for sustaining the  populations of Mountain Hemlock and other sub-alpine trees.  It slates, "There are biologi  cal, operational, economical and  social limits in the ability of the  sub-alpine Mountain Hemlock  forests to produce timber crops,  which implies that a limit exists  to the continual cutting of old-  growth Mountain Hemlock  stands."  'Without concern  for the impact of  cutting on future  timber'  "There is no data on, or monitoring program of, the early  growth of Mountain Hemlock."  says the report...The present  attitude is to meet free-to-grow  standards and then abandon the  ���rea for an indefinite period of  time."  It says the harvesting methods used to this point, those  practised in lower elevations,  aren't adequate for higher areas.  "Low elevation culling and  road construction practices have  been extended lo ihe sub-alpine  forests without good understanding of forest dynamics and  without sufficient concern for  the impact of cutting on future  timber, hydrological, wildlife,  scenic or recreational values."  reads the report.  It goes on to say the most  common method of harvesting  the Mountain Hemlock has been  through clear culling, bul indicates that practice may not  allow the limber to regenerate  adequately.  "Unless changes are made,"  reads the report, "Our estimates  for the remaining operable  stands range from 20 to 40  years."  Solutions to the link of  understanding and potential for  over cutting, says the report, lie  in site specific studies of the  given stands of timber, studies  to ascertain rates of growth and  natural regeneration, gauging  ecological sile sensitivity,  establishing site specific limits  on clear cutting and establishing  the best procedures for restocking areas once harvested.  In addition, the report calls  for "experimental forests/areas"  to be sel up in the areas to be cul  lo lesi and demonstrate regenerating options, establish comparative value guides for Ihe various limber stands, and sel guidelines for delineating environmentally sensitive areas.  Mill workers' contract  negotiations continue  Things are Kwking "lighl in the mill workers conliacl dispute,  says Canadian Paperworkers Union spokesman Brian Payne The  employers have asked the government to appoint a mediator to help  settle the dispute, he said.  The union gave 10 days strike notice last week and was in a legal  strike position at 11 am Saturday morning. However, calling for a  mediator effectively halts any strike action.  h was not clear on Friday who tin mediator would be and Payne  said the union w is Liking a wall and see approach lo ihe situation  "We're still hoping we can see Ihis ihing through." Payne said.  A media blackout is still in effect while the negotiations carry on  so exact details are not available, but the issues in the contract  range everywhere from wages to the pension plan to legal holidays. Coast News, May 11, 1 *��*)_>  "71  NEW?  On the Coast  Baby  Bride or bride to be  Have we visited YOU yet?  We have Gifts to welcome you.  CALL  US!  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Charles Hart pholo  Society nearing hatchery purchase  by Nancy Moots  There are only three weeks left to  raise the Funds needed to purchase the  Chapman Creek Salmon Hatcher), but  Sunshine Coast Salmonid Enhancement  Society (SCSES) director Bill Chinnick believes the $150,000 target  will be reached in time.  "We're nudging SI 15.000 now." he said. Contributions are coming in from all over. Chinnick received cheques for SI.500 from the  Pender Harbour and District Wildlife Society and S2.000 from the  Royal Bank Wednesday. Another cheque, for S150. arrived from the  Northwest Territories.  SCSES has been raising fish in pan of the hatchery for several  y ears. Now the society is poised take over the whole hatchery from  Seminar Seafoods Limited, which has been using it the facility as a  But $35,000 still needed  by end of month  "DON'T YOU BUY  NOW'S THE TIME TO GET INTO A G00D-L00KIN' CHEVY INSTEAD!  1992   CHEVY  ASTRO  from  uUOamonth  with $1500  down payment or  $001  from UU1 a moni'li  no down payment *  m  19 9 2    GEO  m  L\.ui  1992    CHEVY  I   1992    CHEVY  TRACKER BLAZER  from u Laid a month  with $1000  down payment or  from uOI a month  no down payment *  $070  from  ul Oa month  with $1500  down payment or  from CAJsJ a month  no down payment'  r^SSOE*^  S-10  $170  from   1 ( v a month  with $1000  down payment or  from   1��/T a month  no down payment *  J^k2  fish farm. Chinnick said SCSES will  concentrate its efforts on raising salmon  for release into the wild, selling fish  only if they need to raise extra money.  The Department of Fisheries and  Oceans will provide a five-year grant to cover overhead costs for the  hatchery, Chinnick said, but he's happy the operation will remain in  private hands rather than being run by the government "They might  want to go tor numbers, while we're interested in genetic purity." For  that reason, the SCSES releases fish only into the stream they originally came from.  SCSES released 1.2 million young salmon this year and hopes to  release 3 million next year. The salmon released last year were mostly pinks, chum, coho and chinook, but included 50,000 steelhead and  20,000 cutthroat.  Pender  landfill goes  to tender  by Nancy Moota  SCRD officials maintain no  final decision has been taken to  close the leaking Pender Harbour dump, even though Ihey  have called for tenders on a  new transfer station.  The purpose of the tender is  simply "to get a firm price on  hauling," said SCRD administrator Larry Jardine. "They [the  board] haven't said we're going  to build it." If the project is  approved, the transfer station  operator would haul garbage  from Pender Harbour to Ihe  Sechelt Landfill.  At the same time, the regional district is advertising for  cover material to continue its  landfilling operations at the  dump. "We're still landfilling,"  said superinlendant of public  works Sieg Lehmann. "We  have extended the contract on a  monlh-to-monlh basis."  Public utilities committee  chairman Jim Gurney was  unavailable for comment.  The regional board has submitted a plan for controlling  leaehate from the dump, as  demanded by the Ministry of  Environment.  The plan proposes "diverting  the surface water away from  areas where leaehate is coming  out at the bottom of the slope,"  Lehmann said.  The leaehate would be collected and pumped back up to  the top of the slope. There il  would be released into a tile  percolator field, similar fo that  used for a home septic tank.  Any overflow from the percolator field would return lo the collector system.  "It'll be a closed system,  rather than going downstream,"  Lehmann said. The Ministry of  Environment has not yet  responded to the proposal,  The next public utilities  committee meeiing will he  Thursday, May 21, at 7:30 pm.  setting It straight  1992    CHEVY  WT1500  $00Q  from uuO a month  with $1500  down payment or  from uOUamonth  no down payment*  W  ���MTOKSTS11ASKDON W \lll\Tll SNiajinj^aiE'-MTl OF ? W AND MsKP(IFSI8333 ��STW  THREE HUNDRED UOIJARS RKqUlRED SOME MILEAGE (. I MUTTONS APPLY INSURANCE. LICENCE AND TAXES EXTRA DLA1ER MAY IE.VSE FOR LESS FACTORY ORDER MAY BE REQUIRED VEHICLES MAY NOT BE EXACTLY AS ILLUSTRATED  LIMITED     TIME     OFFER  DON'T WAIT OR THINGS COULD GET UGLY!  SEE YOUR B.C. CHEVROLET/GEO DEALERS NOW.  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New Reform party executive elected  by Nancy Moot*  Sunshine Coasl residents fill Ihree posls  in ihe new Reform Party execulive for the  federal riding of North Island Powell River.  At their annual general meeting held in  Campbell River Saturday, May 2, the parly's  board of directors elected Sechelt resident  Bill Forman president. Two Gibsonites,  Daphne Avis and Graham Wray, were voted  in as treasurer and secretary, respectively.  Forman, a former Sechell alderman, once  owned Peninsula Insurance in Sechelt but  Three Coast residents  to fill top spots  sold it Iwo and a half years ago. Since then  Forman has been "dabbling in life insurance  and investment products."  Forman hopes to double Reform Parly  membership in the riding, aiming at 1,000 to  1,200 members. He also needs to build up a  campaign fund for the next federal election.  Current funds stand at alx>ut $S,(XH), he said,  "but we've got a long way lo go from there."  Forman believes the Reform party has an  "excellent" chance of winning this riding in  the next federal election. "People are fed up  with the [traditional] parties," he said.  "They're indistinguishable from one another."  Three people expressed interest in running as the Reform Party candidate in the  next federal election, Forman said, hut none  has yet officially declared candidacy.  Native Education Centre summer  camp for arts, culture in works  by Rom Hlcholwn  Plans arc underway to establish an annual Slimmer camp for traditional native culture and arts  combined with contemporary theatre and performance studies.  The project, the combined efforts of the Native  Indian Youth Advisory Society, Spirit Song Theatre Company, the Native Education Centre and  Ihe Sechell Indian Nation, would bring together up  to 60 youths between the ages of 13 and 17 from  both rural and urban communities.  To be held at Camp Byng, the objective of ihe  three-week course is to create and produce a performance piece which would be presented at Ihe  Raven's Cry Theatre during Ihe Indian Summer  Theatre Festival over the Labour Day weekend.  In addition, the Native Education Centre plans  to involve the students in native cultural activities  of drumming, dancing and blanket making.  Organizers of the annual camp say that future  goals are to include younger children and non-  native youths.  Projected budgei for the event is $49,0O0. Several cultural funding organizations have already  pledged a substantial portion of this cost and a  request for a grant from Sechell council has been  referred to the finance committee.  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us  Leave your cares ;ii Iifiint' with us.  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Hui public access to the courtroom is maintained and a  lull report may lx* published when the case goes to trial.  This is as il should lv. There has always been a sense  that, away from public scrutiny, institutions wielding  power are apl to go astray.  After a peruxl in which the decisions of local provincial court have been handed down in relative obscurity,  the workings of the legal system are again attracting public Interest in the community, That is no reason to change  ihe rules.  It is a fact in small communities that people convicted  of crimes ate often more alarmed about the publicity than  the penalties dispensed from the bench. Handling the sensitivity of an issue, and all cases have their own special  circumstances, is more a matter of journalistic ethics than  legal censorship. Courts must resist the pressures to close  their doors.  Deterrence, to the accused anil to others, has always  been an essential element in sentencing. And for deterrence to work, citizens must have access lo courtroom  decisions. Few members of the public, constrained by  work or other commitments, are able to take the time to  hear courtroom arguments or witness the rulings handed  down in their community.  Spurious restrictions on access, no matter how small,  do not serve the process. It is objectionable, for example,  to find that Sechelt court now charges for copies of the  court list. A limited number of copies, listing the cases of  the day and including the accused person's name, the  charges he or she faces and the relevant section of the  criminal code, are available in every court in the land.  The docket is a public document and one essential to  accurate coverage of proceedings; the legal system is a  minefield of technicalities. A nominal charge for the  criminal list may seem trivial, but it indirectly flouts an  important principle of the justice system. In the case of  youth court, a copy of the list has even been withheld at  Sechelt court.  Restrictions such as these have a way of spreading.  They should be eschewed.  Getting in the swim  It is heartening to see the community rallying around a  worthwhile cause. Such is the case with the fundraising  campaign underway for the Sunchine Coast Salmonid  Enhnacement Society in efforts to purchase the Chapman  Creek hatchery.  The hatchery is in excellenl condition and well worth  the sale price of $150,000. The generosity of local businesses, organizations and individuals has buoyed the  drive in recent weeks so that the society now has  $115,000 in hand. There is only three weeks to go, however. We hope the community largesse continues.  Deal with library-  dilemma  The defeat two years ago of  the referendum regarding financing for Ihe construction of a  municipal hall complex which  included a well-designed library  and museum space has left the  Sechelt Public Library in a  deplorable situation and it is time  the citizens of ihe municipality  should be fully aware of it.  Last spring the board of  trustees provided the municipal  council with a brief outlining the  situation and the story of how we  came to be in that situation,  clearly indicating the council's  responsibility in the matter.  When we asked council to meet  with the board to discuss ihe  needs of the library, members  appeared on the whole supportive, but Mayor MacLarty told lis  lhat money was scarce and we  should "think small."  The library's request for the  annual grant was considerably  whinled down, and the matter of  holding a referendum to seek  public support for adequate facilities has so far come to naught.  But council has agreed to provide  a site for a new library building.  While council is apparently  "thinking small," Sechelt is  growing fast. The library's circulation continues to increase \ ear  by year. But the space is not elastic: we cannot significantly  improve our collection unless we  can increase the capacity of the  building lhat houses it. The staff,  and the many volunteers who  provide the service for the public,  have hardly space io move  around. The equipment is crowded into odd comers.  Some of us believe that it is  time for the people of Sechelt to  demand something better. We  need a new library building,  properly designed and built to  provide first-class library services well into the future. We are  falling behind; we will deprive  the next generation, and the  inevitably increased population  of ihis area of an essential cultural and intellectual and recreational'asset if we don't stop "thinking  small."  We need to roll up our sleeves  and get busy and deal with the  library's dilemma. I propose that  interested and willing public-  minded citizens get together to  form a Sechelt "Friends of the  Library" - to strive, to seek, lo  find and not to yield. Those interested in "thinking big" on behalf  of die Sechelt Public Library can  call the undersigned at 88S-5S18  or Till one of the forms available  at the library. Tuum est.  J. DE BRUYN  Sechelt  Immersion  programs elitist  In order to provide the public  on the Sunshine Coast with a balanced view of our problems with  school funding, I would be most  obliged if you would publish my  views on the following: Intermediate French Immersion on the  Sunshine Coast.  Reference is made to your  publicized decision by our school  board to introduce an Intermediate French Immersion (1FI) program from September 1993  onwards. Some trustees argue  that they have made a commitment to the francophiles in our  community to make such a program available.  However, I feel that the commitment of the school trustees for  a quality English program education must be of a far higher priority than to favour an elitist 30  pupils out of a school population  of 3,200. In budgeting for  1992/93 the school board was  faced with a deficit of $500,000  letters welcome  We welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, clarity and legality. Please mail  your letters to:  The Editor  Sunshine Coast News  Box 68  Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0  before they embarked on a severe  cost-cutting endeavour. Pupil-  teacher ratios will rise to a maximum class size of 30, services to  English program students are  being cut further.  There is hardly any money  available for the bare necessities  of English program students.  However, the school board in  their wisdom, set apart sufficient  funds for the setting up of the  Intermediate French Immersion  program, the setting up of a secondary school program for the  ever-diminishing existing French  Immersion classes and the introduction of French awareness in  grade three (which amounts to a  recruitment drive for IFI in grade  4).  When will parents of English  program students in our school  district finally realize that their  children are being short-changed  by the school board in favour of a  small segment of francophiles?  JAKOB KNAUS  Sechelt  Voter turnout poor  The results of the Gibsons by-  election and the swimming pool  referendum are finalized and  known. The turnout for two such  important events is beyond comprehension.  However, this is a democracy  and we must accept the results.  My congratulations to the other  candidates for their community  interest. May I also congratulate  the people who worked so hard  to ensure passage of the pool referendum.  JOCK SMITH  Gibsons  Provincial government patronage is disappointing  Louts exhibiting opportunism and greed, is what  people said about many of the looters during the  urban unrest which spread across North America  recently.  Fair enough, if someone smashes in someone  else's window and makes off v.ith his property  under cover of protesting inequities ui society, it is  fair to designate that person a lout and to observe  that the lout is exhibiting opportunism and greed.  But it seems to me that if there is a malaise  which is infecting society with possibh deadly  results, infecting societ) from top to bottom and  from side to side, ii is just exacttj these symptoms  ol opportunism and greed.  In this country dunng the decade of the 1980s,  we were confronted with blatant and uncompromising corruption and cynicism from our appointed leaders on a scale which they had not attempted  before.  Do you remember the farewell list of patronage  appointments with which Pierre Eliot Trudeau presented his successor? That list, and John Turner's  willingness to go along with it. was the undoing of  the Liberals.  Do you also remember the righteous outrage  provoked in Prime Minister Brian Mulroney by the  Trudeau patronage list"  "You had a choice." Mulrone> thundered at  Turner during the televised debate which preceded  musings  john burnside  the 1984 general election. "You could ha\e said  no."  Without a doubt it was our ,-urteni Prune Minister's finest hour on the national stage Of course.  he went on from there to make patronage appointments himself which outdid anything attempted by  Trudeau and Turner or anyone else who has held  the nation's top job.  There is a profound cynicism developing in this  country and at least one of its roots is in this opportunistic rewarding of friends from the public purse  by our elected leaders.  It is as surely greed and opponunism at work at  the top levels of our government as it is when the  repressed and unfortunate members at the bottom  of the social heap smash windows and steal TV  sets.  Nor, sadly, is it only at the federal government  that we can look for this evidence of corruption  and cynicism. We in this province have just seen  tbe back of one premier who lost his job for mixing  private business with his public office, and that  was but the tip of the iceberg of self-rewarding corruption which seemed to mark his administration.  Now we have a brand new provincial government just months in power, elected to sweep corruption and cynicism from public office, and  already it is tripping over its determination to  reward its friends and supporters with the public's  money. This is a source of great sadness.  Given the scandals that have plagued Canadian  politics for the last decade, one would have expected more from this NDP government. Surely if there  was one area where they and we would have greatly benefitted by a demonstration of circumspection  and integrity it is in this area of patronage appointments. Thev have let us and themselves down  badly.  What is most distressing is that Premier Harcourt, who has great strengths and abilities which  dovetail in so many ways with BC's needs, not to  mention the nation's, seems so blandly unaware of  the damage he is doing to his political party in  allowing his brand new government to appear to be  wallowing in the public trough.  And more importantly, what damage he may be  doing to the entire body politic in foisting on the  public yet more evidence that all of our elected  office-holders are comipt; that no release from the  ugly business of looting the public coffers on  behalf of one's friends can be expected no maner  how we vote.  Of course, there is a defence of the actions that  could be made and of course one shouldn't be  hasty in tarring all of the government and all of its  appointments with the same ugly brush.  But. and this was said again and again by the  NDP in opposition, government must not only be  honest, but also be seen to be honest. Our provincial government has already tailed this test bad!)  and we had the right to expect more.  Throughout the decade of the 1980s in North  America we were confronted with the knowledge  that it was grab-what-you-can time. This was  extolled as a virtue.  Reagan rewarded his friends with tax cuts for  their political support; yuppies made fortunes on  the stock exchange issuing junk bonds. Get rich  quick was the name of the game and our politicians  set the standard, while adjuring the rest of us to  tighten our belts for the national good.  The malaise of greed infects this society. The  present provincial government had the opportunity  to do something different In the hasty rewarding  of its mends, or in the appearance of that, it has let  us all down badly.  COAST^NEWS  -s, Saaajnaa Caaafc laaaa, �� ax* raaaw) ara    arc rarxxuw a .r, xr 3 r s, ar, -naMra .  rauravatf or fa, Saratw Caaaf. B.C aw,    xraaraa aaaM. ,��� ������  r raaaaj ��� Ira  *nai>-aa*a*a*maiai.tmmatwn. amattm awfWfUt laOtUt,  BC vmi��ajoa��HB2-��i��w����.-z ctnvt Saasanaxr rtta ^rart 'aaaa.  Stata* Ota to ��� Satfa* ��C laW ��E- B�� GST .BTtL taa* SC . tiao US? .  *UM��aaamaW4am*a>-Ba*��*Bt til ac =��agr Sac K) 3*T Sanm aaa.-*  -!��S*��-r��l^��*ara*�� ������*�����*** I*-,!****  0*ta��S��a*  tSanrd  aar HOOt  Omm taaaaaaa,  Bavnogan  Sa-srat C��nr��.5<-ar>-  Waa ��a��llg Laonal  Tnaam fi*an turmU.  aVvafTlwrrtaar.  SCWJ Kr Zj~*  Cvr* S--OW  jajtta* >\g rtraaar_  Janet Eomoraos  itrr Ba/r^ot. 5 *.-'��  Sj��a.C-osr>- =r*  Tnaaw Swjt Coooar  ���tarM) Sno*, *���*  FOTtsar Lr-r mm  tunarw *K. JKarr  VaxaarT. JTJrta, Cw,  1  "tour community 5  newspaper Cast News. May 11, imi  opinion  Notes on gathering experience;  some of us don't know what it is  So far, so far as 1 know, the social scientists who hold us all in  their steady gaze have not come up with any measuring stick, or scale  of weights or equation whatever which can define the real experience  of any one unit of society, which is to say you or I, Fred or Cecilia.  Not that we don't, all of us at one time or another, try to put Ihis  all down for ourselves. In resumes, curricula vitae, and otherwise  pitches to prospective employers. We have, as well, people who are  'professional' at this and have their shingles hanging out in all the  daily newspapers of the land, claiming that they can put our experience forward in such a way that no employer in his right mind would  turn us down.  What is perfectly clear of course lo anyone is that there must be an  element of fiction in these various resumes, otherwise how would  there be scope for all these expert resume writers? If it were just a  question of putting our experience down on paper what could be simpler? The thing perhaps is that we don't know what our experience is.  Any teacher or professor or whatever will acknowledge that the  people in his classes have not had the same experience of his courses;  but they all have the same kudos on their resumes'as having 'taken'  history or biochemistry or archaeology or whatever it might be for  Ihree or four years.  I know people who have been to Samarkand and come back with  no more experience of the very other culture, and the very other history, than if they had spent a like time in Surrey, BC.  There are people living in the Gulf Islands who persist in behaving  as if they were still living in a suburb of Los Angeles. There are  English (and Scots for all I know) dotted about the globe who, while  they may not still dress for dinner, still treat the experiential world  about them as something to cope with on their own personal terms.  Experience can be a tricky thing. Some people seem to have it,  and some people who have bashed about all over the world seem to  have come away with next to none.  An old phrase used to be that one should lay oneself 'open' to  experience, but this of course, tended to be suspect among many of  the elders of the church.  In a nutshell  s. nutter  It's, however, it seems lo me, the only way. There could be I suppose some discretion on how 'open' one should be, but open is clearly the only way. It is not necessary to course about the world to gain  experience. You can gain experience by going to the mall, and you  are open to il, and you can sop up a lot of experience by reading.  Anyone who publishes a book, on stamp collecting or the sex life  of the Asian Moth, has had some experience which it is open lo us to  take to ourselves. If we are going to Samarkand maybe the difference  between our experience of it, whether we go not knowing anything or  go having read a few books, can be as night from day.  We have of course, in this generation, the biggest libraries with the  easiest access of any people before us in the world. Has this actually  expanded our experience? The sheer number of the volumes slacked  up there has unhappily discouraged some.  But we have computers right? With the right available software  you can simply put your finger on a button and be told what Richard  III was doing on Bosworth Field. The question is whether these so  easily accessed snippets of information really add up to our individual experience of the world.  Reading the books, which are in most cases the individual experiences of the individual writers, is the only way I know of gaining  experience of their time and space. Maybe we say the hell with their  time and space, and all we're interested in is our own here and now.  That seems to be a prevalent notion, almost normal; but man, it cuts  deeply into the possible experience of anyone who believes it.  Arts Council rental  policy outlined  Recently some Sunshine  Coast residents have asked  about the Arts Council's procedures regarding rental of the  Arts Centre  1 am pleased to be able to  outline our practice  The centre is available for  rent to an\ individual or group  (engaged in legal activities)  when it is noi needed for Arts  Council events - many evenings,  mosi Mondays. Tuesda> afternoons, excepting during the  summer.  There is a schedule or rates  for profit and non-profit groups.  Over the pasl two years the  renters have included among  others the Sechell Marsh Protection Society, the Optimist  Club. Sunshine Coast Bahai.  Sandy Hook Rate Payers Association. Sunshine Coast Peace  Committee, Sunshine Coast  Quitters Guild. Canadian Federation of University Women -  Sunshine Coast Club, small  recitals presented by local music  teachers.  While some Arts Council  members, staff and board also  participate in the renting organizations, the Council and the  renters operate completely independently of each other.  We welcome community  organizations' use of the Arts  Centre.  JOYCE F1T7.PATR1CK  Arts council president  Retirement and Insurance Planning  ��� Retirement  Planning  ��� Life & Disability  Insurance  ��� Employee Benefit  Plans '  ��� Lawrence K.  Chambers, cu  ��� 886-9111  ��� Toll Free:  1-800-663-2051  Mutual IuihN Ihiikv wiih  Ui.mli.ui i iniup "I hunt*. I ul  CHAMBERS  Serving tlte Sunshine Coast Since 1982  CELEBRATE GIBSONS LANDING DAYS AT  WITH A  $10.00  PURCHASE  RECEIVE  A FREE GIBSONS  LANDING RECORD I  Tnarys  VAaRIETy  273 Gower Point Road        Gibsons Landing  Weekend Specials  Nay 16 -15%  Discount  on Party Supplies  Nay, 17  GST FREE DAY  Nay 18  20% Discount  on Shoes & Caps  886-8077  .���inBiwnaiiiiii!iiiBKBHa.niiKnKiinaMwn��n��BHuainKnHaiaiHB  THE LANDING GENE12AL &TORE  ^m Landing Days Special  |    20% off Gibsons Landing Sweats  272 Gower Point Road, Gibsons LandlnR ��� 886*2818  JOIN   US   FOR  GIBSONS  LANDING  Ptm  el,al\  DAYS  MAY 16 & 17 C^  -&*rV  ^^^  I  ^Landing  Clothing co  Listen to me, The Town Crier, for events and specials  I'll be at Molly's Lane  Saturday, May 16, noon sharp  where I will give the first clue for the Treasure Hunt.  Subsequent clues may be found at any of the  Gibsons Landing Merchant Association members,  showing this logo in their store windows.  *H  Visit our Market in the Park  10 am to 4 pm  across from Holland Park at  the waterfront.  For information oi  space rentals call or see:  Mary at Mary's Variety  886-8077  or  Karen at Threads of Tyme  886-2669  Gibsons Landing Days Celebration sponsored by the  Gibsons Landing Merchants Association.  Children'sEvents hosted by the  Students of Elphinstone  SEE YOU THERE  Follow Hwy 101 to Molly's Reach  Sons1  landing  rWifWkf^J^. B  IT ALL STARTS  .RIGHT HERE!,  SATURDAY MAY 16  Introducing  ^NTEB T5* \     TABI  "Vi.%1 A 0\F^'international  V\flN \-irAT-E \.*or Ladies'A Men  K  val*-e0  !*/!��'$ ft *&��\ SO  Specializing  in Casual to  Dressy Fashions  tor Ladies and  Men  Sal*sK9s  *AL��$8.9S  SUMMER HOURS  Mon. ��� Sat. 9:30 ��� 6:00 Sun. A Holidays 11:00 ��� 4:00  262 (lower Point Road, Gibsons Landing ��� 886-2116 Coast News, .May 11, I1)*)J  !  community  m  rib  m  iS.  SUNNYCREST MALL  mmJEBSASX  CELEBRATION!  MAY 11 - IS  \iiii'n.'/(i(i -v���...  Savings Galore All Week Long!  a a a i KSfiV  c  FRIDAY  MAY 15  SAVE  *  f��j  LXr  tDfc>-  Jf^  x  ON MANY ITEMS  THROUGHOUT THE MALL  #���� Draws Every Day!  ��� pick up draw forms at any mall merchant ���  ENTER AS OFTEN AS YOU LIKE!  ������ Join us for FUN & Games  Saturday, May 16  starting at 11 am it's  ��� FREE CAKE & COFFEE  ��� FACE PAINTING  ��� ROAMING MAGICIAN  AT NOON SUPER VALU  WILL BE DRAWING THE  WINNER OF THE  3 MINUTE  SHOPPING SPREE  ^5  " SUNNYCREST HAS IT ALL ��� HWY. 101 UPPER GIBSONS  hAXOftlVWUyN *������*���** :v v ^..:"*m^rTaa**a^��<m)i ����� W/J:  by Georoe Cooper  To celebrate our country's  125th anniversary, plant at least  one pot or hanging basket wilh  red anil while flowers, suggests  Former alderman Lilian Kun-  stler. Nurseries have impaliens,  petunias, geraniums, begonias,  salvia, to name a few. Tidy up  your stteetsides too, to follow  the example of several schools.  Voting  Heard on the street recently:  "Wlien's the voting for Ihe  pool?" Answer: "Three days  ago."  Earth savers  From a book entitled in part,  750 Everyday Ways You Can  Help Clean Up The Earth come  these suggestions: Buy returnable bottles. Okay, bul do Ihe  dairies pick them up and re-use  them 50 times? Leave those  plastic lies in the store. What!  Knot the top of the plastic bag  instead?  Avoid packaging, buy in  bulk. Unbelievable is the statement that a person throws out  his or her weight in waste packaging each month or 40 days.  Thai would be 200 pounds in the  case of one I know.  Oh, our wasteful habits. At  least for the time being we have  the recycling depot to cut down  somewhat on waste.  Langdale  Barrie and Katie Janyk  received the happy thanks of the  school for Iheir help in organizing ihe Spring Garden Raffle.  The raffle brought in $2,300 to  be used for 'extended experiences and other school initiatives'.  Tlte school is indeed grateful  to the ladies auxiliary of Gibsons Legion for iheir generous  donation to the library fund.  Newly arrived in Langdale wilh  children now attending the  school are Tanya Essig and her  daughter Phoenix, Kim and Bill  Edmonds and daughter Cia,  Christine Plamondon and Robert  Vaughn and daughter Rachel,  Diane and Wayne Wagner and  son Matthew.  You know English?  One of those shipboard  quizzes to while away the time  letween meals listed 50 teims  commonly used in Britain  whereas other terms denote ihe  same meaning in North America, Ever heard of a pantechnicon, for instance? Had to use a  dictionary for that one.  How aboul cock-a-snool?  Found later that il meant thumb  your nose. You know, lhal little  used but expressive signal of  derision.  Construction Sites  Special Events  Outdoor Picnics  Also Septic  Tank Pumpinq  ������.������iii  Bonniebrook  Industries  886-7064 Coast News, May 11, 1992  20587  4H.P. 18"  Hand Propelled with  Wind Tunnel Deck  20563  5H.P. 21"  Hand Propelled with  Wind Tunnel Deck  20213*  5H.R 21"  Hand .Propelled with  Recycler Deck  20214*  5H.R   21"  3 Speed Rear Wheel  Drive Recycler Deck  20324*  5.5 H.R o.h.v. 21"  3 Speed Rear Wheel  Drive Recycler Deck  $529���� *599���� $649���� $799���� -D5900  2forl  * Experts estimate that garden refuse accounts for about 18% of waste volume in landfills. By putting  clippings back into your lawn, the Recycler mower helps solve a disposal problem for you as well as  a land fill problem for your community.  WITH EVERY TORO LAWN MOWER  PURCHASE GET A  TORO ELECTRIC TRIMMER  shindaiwa�� ^^^  F-18GAS     Reg.      $09900  TRIMMER    $289.00   T4*V  SAVE  NOW  GBS MOWS DOWN HIGH PRCES!  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May II   I1**"-'  JoKOSg*  old cotnrniY fish g chips  TaKe Out  FRESH FISH  DAILY  Hours:  11:30-7:30pm  886-9566  430 Marine Dii.a- Gib.onj  (across liom LVxksaJe Ptaaima,., i  tformefly r*Urinw�� Talae Out)  community  >berts Creek Legfo,,  (j)  BLUES BROKERS  Friday & Saturday May list .* 16th  IIA.M/t IIU kl N/IM 11/ IIIW' NY STEAK  MEAT DRAW SATURDAY NICH1  General MeetiiiKn  a en   .Slat Wa-,lllCN,l.a\  c i.i isll)  SUNDAYS  tp�� . riandav Naaht*,       /***��.     .1        rhamb, ****<  Bingo eff-y Cnb sag  ;i  5064 Lower Road ��� 886-0984  by iamrtn SMptn  Last week when .1 Large grav  uli.il.' washed up dead on the  beaches ."I English Bay in Van-  COOVCat, II Ml sad IK noi;1 how  people COM oul and gaped.  poked .iii.l piodded il. even look  pieces out ol il No one knows  \ei why ii died and hopefully  ihe tissue samples taken will  lell So out lo sea il had lo be  lowed and weighted down lo  sink .ind rot  .Sightings weie also made ol  ���i large guy whale along the  Sunsliine Oust two weeks ago  1 iki'K u was the same whale,  hut .il ili.il nine he seemed to he  in gassl lie.illli He was leeding  .il    a.itta'iis   beaches   along  Robeits Creek including M.h  lene and l.nei Browning Road  Brian Cole s.ivs the lug gray  was "pl.iMiig aioiuid lor a day"  breaching al low tide on the  sand I'." He was like a mass  underwater, quite easy to see  .uul then would come up loi his  very loud Mows.  The gtay is a haleen whale,  which filters large amounts of  sand, ingesting tiny shrimp  Brian and his hrother Colin,  who lives further down Beach  Avenue, are long time residents  ol Roberts Creek who have witnessed many grays feeding on  the sand liars along this stretch  Classes ol Roberts Creek sludenis went fot walks at this time  to see il they could see ihe  whiles but they didn't have  much luck  It is an ani.i/iiig sight to see  whales in the wild and llianklul  I) the grays have made a lug  Comeback and are turning out in  ever increasing numbers migrating up the coast ol BC to their  bleeding grounds in Alaska  If  Lee Mason opened her Oul nf Time llinii re llii/iiui a lothlng shop  in downtown Roberts (reek. May 2, next dixir In the IMMIkIi Cure  ItN'l Mitisliinr ptlulu  duw inui ptess iheii noses  against il" Whatever ymtr opin  ion may he regarding captive  whales, nn living ciealiire likes  to be caged, except maybe fur  small turtles who don't Iravel  far.  Butler in the Hey  The Rolierls Creek hall was  packed again lasl weekend with  two dances, Butler in the Hey  and the Hard Rock Miners the  first nighl and Haibout Lights  Saturday night.  Butler in the Hey is a new  Roberts Creek group who  opened Friday nighl with their  premiere performance. This  group was amazingly good and  was led by a very, very talented  lead guitarist, Michael Lacoste.  Michael is going to go places, as  he is one of those rare entertainers who has the musical gift  inside him, but who can project  it to an audience wilh youth,  freshness and a magnetic personality. He and his group had  much of the crowd standing,  raving, clapping and begging for  more.  and Creek Hair Salon.  you can. make a |xiinl ol taking  one of the tours along the west  coast of Vancouver Island  Whales in captivity is another  story, again The majority of  people seem to he against  whale-watching at the aquarium  Some feel that it is the only way  you are going to be able to see  one of these large mammals,  and that it is also the only way  we can really study whales to  find oul how they tick To really  gel a clear view of how whales  have been studied and treated, I  recommend Erich Hoyt's book  ���Orca, A Whale Called Killer1.  Last January when the Vancouver Aquarium's latest baby  whale K'yosha died, aquarium  staff and Vancouverites were  very distraught But, really, how  can a wild baby survive in a tiny  tank0 It may look big lo us, but  to a huge mammal, it is a tiny  prison cell Soon after  K'yosha's death, a class of students from Roberts Creek Elementary spent a nighl in ihe  aquarium hoping to sleep near  the orcas. but instead they slept  by the belugas They have a  lieautiful new pool also, bul ihey  just swim around and around.  One of Mrs. McBeath's students  said, "The belugas were so cute.  They would come up to the win-  After School (are  Melanie Berg, child care  supervisor for Ihe After School  Care Program, would like to  announce lhat she has taken  over the management of the program from Ihe Child Care Society in order to keep the program  going for the rest of this school  term. The rales are the same,  still lo be held in Ihe open area  al the school, and parents are  encouraged to register now for  fall classes by calling Melanie at  885-3720.  Beavers  Roberts Creek Beavers are  now accepting new registrations  for the fall. Beaver age is five to  seven. For more information call  Katharine Trueman at 883-2282  PLEASE STOP SPEEDING  we Coast News, May 11, 1992  community  Winners in the District of  Sechell Local Government  Awareness Week Poster and  Essay land 'free form poetry I  contest, left lo right: Caillin  Roberts, 10 (2nd*poster),  Melissa Oemeter, 10 (2nd-  poeml, Amanda Russell, 11  (Ist-poem), Laura Mewhort,  11 l.trd-pueml, Nicole Liiee,  10 (3rd-posterl, and Jacqueline Johnson, 9 (lsl-posterl.  The winning posters and  poems will be on display at  Municipal Hall from May  Uth lo 18th.  Nancy Moote photo  Davis Bay Dumpster eyed for removal  sechelt scenario  byMa(*jartlWaltWS-44M  Lots of runners and walkers on the roads these  days. 1 assume they're all in training for the May  31 Walk-a run iilhon in aid of Cystic Fibrosis. The  society hopes lo raise $25,(XX) for research into this  disease.  If you can't lake part in the walking or running  part, dial's okay, you can still show your support  by donating cash or pledging so much a mile, or  whatever. We can all do our bit to help wipe oul  this dreadful disease.  Sechelt hospital auxiliary  The regular monthly meeiing of St, Mary's  Hospital Auxiliary will be held Thursday, May 14  at 1:30 pm in St. Hilda's Church Hall. Plans for the  Bake Sale are afoot so expect a telephone call  enlisting your help. The auxiliary needs your help.  Writers Forge  Wednesday, May 13 is the date of the nexl  meeting of Ihe Suncoast Writers Forge. A workshop is planned for the meeting. Bring a small  selection of your work, three pages is enough,  davis bay news  make about lour photocopies of il, so people will  In- able to read il themselves and you will receive a  critique.  Even if you haven't anything you wish lo share,  come to the meeting anyway so you can decide if  this is for you.  Ikebana  Capilano College presents a workshop in  Japanese flower arranging (Ikebana) on May 19  and 211 from 10 am lo 3 pm. Cost is $15 plus $20  for supplies. If you are interested, call Julie al  Eldercollege 885-9310.  The discipline of Japanese flower arranging is  Ihe Japanese home maker's tranquilizer. Il is closely related lo nature and uses very few flowers and  foliage.  Creating these arrangements helps to relax and  lo think in clean, simple lines rather than those of  the mass flower arrangement. Learn lo create simple arrangements employing four simple styles:  free style, Nageire, Moribana and Sltoka. The  group facilitator is Rete McKay.  by Jo-Anne Sheanh, 885-3629  Can Ihis really be spring? Or  is Mother Nature fooling us?  Are the perfect hot, sunny days  and warm nights just giving us a  tasle of what's to come? Of  course!  Last Tuesday afternoon there  were dozens of cars at the beach  in Davis Bay with some six or  seven people in swimming. I  don't remember seeing such a  gorgeous array of flowers in  bloom this early before.  Certainly our mild wittier  musl be, in part, responsible, but  also it has to have something lo  do with our unique climate here  on the Sunsliine Coast. Aren't  we lucky to live in such a paradise?  Library  Something new is to be  added lo Ihe Davis Bay/Wilson  Creek Community Library in  the order of an experiment.  Starling on Tuesday, May 19,  the doors will be open from 6  pm until 7:30 pm due lo numerous requests for an evening  library.  This will enable those who  are unable to take advantage  during the day hours to peruse  PdCakaged Spices at  ���������Bulk Prices ���������  VARIETY SiH.?h FOODS  The BIGGEST Little Store in Gibsons Landing 886-2936  Dr. Ronald W. Komm, Inc.  Certified Specialist in Orthodontics  wishes to announce the availability of  ORTHODONTIC SERVICES  at the .Sechelt Dental Centre  For appointments call: 885* 2038  at their leisure. The library will  be open every Tuesday nighl  until further notice.  While you are browsing  through the books, you may be  interested in some of the new  ones that have just come in. If  you are a non-fiction aficionado, you might like 'The Politics  of Ambition' by John Sawalsky,  'Herod the Great (His Life and  Times)' by Stewart Perowne,  'When ihe Work's All Done  Nexl Fall' (voices of early  Canada) by Dave Mcintosh and  'Glenn Gould (A Life and Variations)', by Otto Friedrich.  For fiction readers, there is  the controversial 'The Satanic  Verses' by Salman Rushdie,  'Don't Fall Off The Mountain',  by the equally controversial  Shirley MacLaine, and for the  mystery buff (that's me),  'Crime Times Three', three  complete novels by P.D. James.  Have a good read.  Community association  The Davis Bay-Wilson Creek  Community Association meeting on Tuesday, May 12 at 1 pm  is hosting Joanne Dickeson, the  Sechell wildlife facilitator. Do  plan lo attend ihis meeting and  learn more about our wildlife  and what we may do to assist  those who work so hard lo belter their existence.  Anniversary  Special congratulations go  out to Roger and Shirley  Gagnon, for it is a double-barrelled anniversary. On May 15,  it is Roger's 65th birthday and  Iheir 42nd wedding anniversary  - much love from all of us.  CONCERNED  ABOUT THE QUALITY  OF YOUR TAP WATER  NOW LOCALLY DISTRIBUTED  On The Sunshine Coast  tfEW Pure  Bottled Water Service  Available for  FREE DELIVERY  to Your Home or Office  Polaris Pure Drinking Waters A Quality Investment  in Life and Long Term Health for Your Family.  Polaris offers natural, pure glacier springwater from our secret source  deep within the Whistler Mountain Range. In addition we offer 100% pure  steam distilled water made hy duplicating nature's process in our factory.  Call Me NOW for Your 14 DAY FREE TRIAL  OFFER With No Obligation. DAVID WHITE 885-6333  I will give you the use of a water cooler and 10 gallons of  pure glacial spring or distilled water ABSOLUTELY FREE!   In an effort to solve the  perennial problem of garbage at  Davis Bay beach, Sechell council will ask the regional district  lo remove the present dumpster  and replace it with small cans  similar lo the ones at other  parks.  "It (the dumpster at Davif  Bay) is just becoming a transfer  point for garbage that should be  going to the dump," Aid. Bob  Wilson said at last week's  council meeting.  He said the dumpster was  originally intended as a convenience for weekend visitors who  could not take advantage of regular pickup days, but is now  being used by those who want  to avoid the recently imposed  tipping fee at the dump.  Aid. Rosina Giles described  the efforts of Davis Bay residents who regularly collect litter  on the beach and dispose of it.  "They love that beach." she  said, "and don't want to see il  spoiled."  Although the beach is within  the boundaries of Sechelt, the  regional district holds the foreshore lease, giving it responsibility for garbage disposal.  "I think it's time for us to  consider becoming a co-holder  of that (foreshore) lease,"  observed Mayor Nancy  MacLiiny.  GRAND OPENING  Friday May 15,1992  W RESTAURANT  Located in Bonniebrook Lodge  Tine Westcoast Cuisine ��� Ocean View Dining  T)  Open for dinner 7 days a week  Reservations recommended  (> pm- 10pm  86-2   886-2188  Foot of Gower Point Road, Gibsons  J  >N ALL "RED-TAGGED  INCLUDING  * NHL Replica Hockey jerseys  Salem Sportswear Baseball Tee's  ��� Duck Feet / Shapes Aerobics wear  ���sugoi Cycling Clothing  ���Grassroots Outdoor Wear  ��� Hi-tec Warmup Suits  ��� Ocean Pacific Swim wear  PLUS MORE!!!!  >ME EARLY FOR BEST SELECTIOI  IS BELIEVING,(ALL ITEMS LIKE I  GOOD  CENTS��  MAKES GOOD CEN1  SE3  *����1  KAmriRE  IF WE SELL IT .  Associate Dealer  WE GUARANTEE IT! ^figf:  >   ~"  ~ Quality - Selection - Price PLUS  "~ e''''*"rta>-*''>v>"M '��� Mechanical Services INCLUDING Brakes - Shocks - Alignments  .ia+SSn**?**....*i \   suncoast Tire & Mechanical  5633 Wharf Rd��� Sechelt 885-7927  MON-FRI Sam -5pm   SAT 8am -2pm Closed Sunday  CALL or SEE US FIRST Coast News, May 11. 1992  Have A  Great  Holiday  eekend!  Blue Ribbon - all varieties  Spices    100/?��  Miracle  Whip  lLT5r.:.:r..-f..yousave1.5l  Monarch - added touch  Cake  Soft Drinks - Canada Dry Ginger Ale or  Coke or  Sprite  2 L you save .61  ���f68  3^ Mixes       crat Soft Drinks  jue  Sauce  455 ml  you save 1.11  Maxwell House - reg. or decaf  Instant  Coffee  200/150 g....you save 1.27  Maxwell House - blue pkg  Ground  Coffee  300 g you save .91  Drink Crystals  Crystal Light  Box you save .71  Kraft - process  CheezWhtz  500 g you savt 1.55  Kraft - Philadelphia  �����-*���    *.���   T M  520 g you save .97  North Pacific - NEW!  250 g tub or brick ..you save .95  Kraft - with cheese  175 g you save .25  ���J88  4*48  178  1��  388  198  ilmon  213g you save 1.51  Ocean's  Mnk  Salmon  213 g you save .75  Dare - Belmont  Mallow  Cookies  300g 1.97  Job Squad -  Paper  Towels  2 roll pkg you save .51  La Suprema  Tortilla Chips  4.50 g you save 1.11  La Restauranle  FOIS  300 g you save .87  Kiaft  400 g.... you save .65 .  of chicken.  I88  128  H&m&$&,  325 ml you save .97  Sun Rype - pink Grapefruit or  1 L you save .71  Mrs. Cubbison's  Croutons  170 g you save .57  Unico - medium  Mpe Olives  375 ml you save .41  Dare - Frostic  Freeze .Pops  pkg you save .51  Austral -peach, pear or  Frutt Cocktail  796 ml .you save .57  Tropic Isle  -]98  .88  ���J 48  NEW!  .68  228  228  118  118  118  168  168  Tahiti Treat. C+ or Minute Majd Orange.  Welch's Grape. Fresca, Cartafla Diy Lemort  Ginger Me. Club Soda. Tonic Water.  A&W Root Beer & Cream Soda  2 L you save 1.31  Sunburst  Cup Noodles  70 g A .you save .45  Ocean's - in water, chunk  Light Tuna  184 g you save .61  Dare - ass't  Cookies  3M g you save .97  Country Harvest  Crackers.  250 g .you save .67  Safflo  Sunflower OH  1 L you save 1.21  Berio - extra virgin  Olive OH  500 ml you save 2.41  Rocky Mountain - mini  >   ���   a  '���'ii t  100 g .you saw 1.00  Bathroom Tissue  4 roll pkg .you save .81  Breakfast Cereal  ..you save 1.91  800 g.  Imitation Crab  7.69 kg    Fresh  Sole .Fillets  11.00 kg   2196 ml you save .71  Vegetable Tempum  11.00 kg   Frozen  Fish Cakes 4.39 kg  349  499  499  199  lb  lb  Ib  a,  'amUlir--  MaT-aM-M*-...   .*  ^'.viatMJ  ���   ~    --*������*-' Coast News, May 11, 1992  11  "Your Family Food Store"  Serving the Community Since 1950  Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt 885-2025  Meat 885-9812       Bakery 885-9823  Save-A-Tape  For a limited time, you can save cash register tapes for yourself. Any tapes dated between  March 1. 1992 and Dec I, 1992 can be exchanged at our service counter for a gift certificate,  redeemable at any one of the following Trail Hay Mall stores: Bobbie s Shoes. Ralsten Zales,  Hooks and Stuff, Goddard's, Nova Jewellery. Headquarters. Upstairs & Downstairs Shoppe,  Sew Easy or Sole Fcetuics.  You will receive one $10 gift certificate for each $500 in tapes. Your certificates can be  redeemed for goods or services, any time prior to Dec 24. 1992. Spend them as you get them  or save lliem up!  Healthy Eating  Tours with  Dietition Nutritionist Dania Matiation,  Discover how easy it can be to learn Ihe  tips that lead to healthier meals and  snacks for you and your family. To sign  up for a Wednesday tour call our service  counter at 885-2025  Our Recycling  Depot is open  9:30-5:30  everyday except  holidays  o  These are just a few of the more than 350 specials you'll find  in Store for yOU.     Prices effective Monday May 11 - Sunday, May 17,1992  The Rolk-Blade  Demo Van  will he in the  parking lot  Sunday,  May 17th, 10 4  '���'aitami0ai'''aaaaafai.    ''' !.>'���'",*IL '/' ������  fWaTj W*��..a,   i 08  333  I43  Dairy  Datryland - all flavours  le��  Cream      058  2L you save 1.37 aWaW  /Armstrong - green pkg 24s  Cheese  Slices       998  500 g you save 2.01 aSSa  No Name - prints  Margarine -CO  454 g you save .21 M%a9^9  Armstrong - cheese  Monterey Aft^A  random cuts  ^r%r /Welf  Safflo - soft  .Margarine 4gg  454 g you save .75 I  .Fleetwood -  Blackforest or  Old Fashion Ham QQ  sliced - IOO g  **a*9  Maple/Lodge - smoked or cured  CWcken Breast .J 49  i-ioog  ���  Deli  Meat  Canada Gr. A Beef  Rib  Steaks  8.80 kg  ���*���?  ���a,  11  Regular - family pack  Ground  Beef  1.96 kg  I  Boneless  Pork Butt  Roast  4.37 kg  ���  Canada Grade A  Flank  Steak  8.80 kg   Fresh - family pack  Frying  Chicken Halves  3.04 kg   Made in our store  ���Beef Patties  4.39 kg   Schneiders  Kent Bacon  500 g   Cut for sweet & sour  Boneless Pork  5.49 kg   Breaded - bulk  Chicken  .Breast Strips  8.80 kg   Frozen  Turkey Drumsticks  1.74 kg   fS  lb  ,89  ���J 98  399  lb  Ib  lb  -|38  *f 99  V  249  399  .79  lb  Ib  ea  lb  lb  lb  6O0 off  Any Deli Item  whole �� cut 77��kg  U.S,  ���i.9o ica  Pender Harbour  rttojtkitothgwaappmtvft  proceedsfrom Sotunksy'a aahtc,  utdibeoonHbutMtt  U.S.  Potatoes  10 lb bag .,.......,  B.C. -extrafancy  ,  a\\\maa\\\\tta\\   m^aa\\\\\a\\\\\a\\\\\\\Wa\\\\\a\\%\\\\  w^r^aW^m ���Puavuaeg-sPBaus^ i  1.30 Kg a   Frozen Foods  C'fi,  Limit one per customer  Offer Expires May 17,1992.  Tenderflake - reg. or deep  iells  320/350g....you save 1.17  Mrs. Smith's ��� meringue  680 g������ .you save 1.67  Bacardi - Banana  Daiquiri mix  350 g .you save .67  Snowcrest  Itaipbeniei  425 g .you save .69  Welch's - cone  AlHatilam JaUlCtl  341 ml .you save .47  Pillsbury  Pfena Rolls  .300 g ....you save 1.01  Green Giant - in butter  White Com  2.50 g .you save .65  .Vni i\mi - meat or veg  356 g.... ...you save 2.01  Mkrofresh - cook box  Cut Spinach  250 g... .you save .91  ..,. .. 12  Coast News. Maiy II   1*1-1.'  THINGS TO DO  on the Sunshine (.oast  Everyone Welcome  Penot'R Harbour  Golf CLUBJlfes  Lounge t Snack Bar ^v-C Power Ca$ Available  Hwy. 101, 2 kms. north ol Giideri Bay tuinoll  Phone $83-9541 ,'  ^Show Piece Frames  QuabtyCustom lunini,! ���   *a|��Vf lrami'' YomallSetHon  WiUon Creek Rm  -  885-MI5  *^a^.W" *t^^tr ".^a^W* *4^r^rr "a^^W" * VtVF^^aWak.  ��l!,iiirl���vll>n|,.  I ll\s| r\K\Y>  ti \,<n nn ili,' nitlil lift 1.1"  is  &  NEEDLECRAFT SUPPLIES  883-2274  HARBOUR  BOAT TOPS  883-.2929  Tops, Imps & Covets  Upotstety cy Repairs  TAFFY'S  Family Clothing Store  & Lotto Centre  10% OFF FOR ALL SENIORS  Madeira Park Centre  OoAk ^eetvt'i  .MARINA.  TOTAL SHOPPING  7 DAYS A WEEK  All Chawon Product*  883-2253  MADEIRA  MARINA  883-8866  Pender Harbour  Golf Course  Visitors Welcome  I /2 Mil* NORTH Or G..D.N BAT Rra  HWY. lOI 883-9541  Pender  Harbour  Legion  Branch 112  Members Ik Quests  Always Welcome  Telephone 883-9632  883-2888  Pender Harbours ONLY  Full Line Sporting Goods Store  Francis Peninsula Place  Corner of Sunshine Coast Hwy. f.  Francis Peninsula Rd. 883*2763  CONTRACTING  Parndraa Harbour. B.C  883-2630  LIVE BAIT ��� TACKLE SHOP  CONVENIENCE STORE  NEED  THIS  SPACE?  community  *J->***��0atyla��-S34J  If you have hern by the new  Sennits Centre you can notice  changes again The .stucco finish on the outside ol the building gives the structure a classy  look Blacktopping of Ihe Ihe  parking lot. driveway and lane  will begin this week  Seniors convention  The BC Seniors Annual  Convention will lie held in Trail  on May 12. I.I, and 14 The  president Len Herder and secre-  l.uv will attend, representing  Sechell Branch ��iv  The last day for Aggravation  is May IV at 1:30 pm Start up  begins again on September X  It you want lo slide your  (bet, Jack Bonnie and musicians  are coming up from Vancouver  tn give us some gixxl music.  Potluck chair needed  The seniors could have a  |xi|luck if someone would step  forward and chair You would  have lots of helpers. You could  choose your menu and we  would put those recipes in Ihe  cixiklxxik  On May 30, a number of  seniors and others front the  Sunshine Coast will be cruising  to Alaska.  Craft show  A craft show will be held at  Ihe Seniors Hall on Mermaid  June 27. Phone Kay Hrrmislon  at 885-3334 or Pauline Moon at  885-5572 lo book your lable  There is free admission for the  event and showing begins at 10  am.  The seniors will be hosting  and selling at lite bake table.  Olive Marshall will be in charge  of the kitchen.  !LPH IN STONE    SEC ON DARY^&C HOOL  Ron Koch of Sunshine (iM vans on bund lo tuilch Cst. Mike (.lies pull Ihe winning ticket Tor  Ihe Elphinstone (.'rail '92 car raffle. Mn> 4. Patricia (iill, mother of grad teacher-sponsor Peter  McDonald, won Ihe sporty model. One thousand tickets were sold to help finance this year's  dry grad celebrations. 'Ihe pare nl/grud banquet is coming up May 23. Joel Johnstone photo  by Lynn mms  Cyclists have arrived, the first of many is our  friend Bill, all Ihe way Irom East Vancouver to  Ruby Like. "Ya hoo!" he yelled as lie crossed the  bridge. Watch for litem on the road. Not only are  the cyclists back, the bears are prowling about.  There's been a four-foot black bear stealing chickens and cruising people's yards looking for yum-  mies. i wouldn't doubt the cougars aren't nearby.  So the dale's set, June the 13th (Saturday, folks,  not a Friday), 1992! is Egmonl Days! A band has  been hired, 'The Purple Gang'. So gel ready to  boogie.  One of our locals has won a spiffy new van on a  recent draw. He'll probably pick up his new prize  after he gets the rafters on his new house. Congratulations, Jeff. Hope you're feeling heller, Laurie.  Like lo see those happy faces on Tuesday morning at our drop-in for moms or dads, and kids.  Tuesday at 10 am lo 12 noon at the Egmont school.  halfmoon bay happenings  DOLLAR A BAG DAYS  All this week, May 12-16  SUMMER WEAR out nowi  Thrifty's  HELP THE  PANORAMA  Water View Lot  Langdale  180�� Facing Howe Sound  Gentle Slope, Treed  Approx. Dimension 179' x 211'  Facing Water ��� Over 1/2 acre  Serviced with Underground Power,  Cablevision, Water, Etc.  Contact M. Poppel  682-6861 or 886-7349  MOBILE HOMES  NEW AND USED  INSTANT HOUSING  883-9338 OR 580-4321  CALL COLLECT  CALL DENISE AT  885*3930      '  DINING  ^^L^       Gaiden  Pub ��� Watarfmnl H-Maumnt ��� Mon-raga  Alf CfMrtm ��� Ftahlng Chaittns < HUte H-mtala  PUB                          RESTAtJRANTT  883-2674                           883-9019  ROOFING  kleifirale  Tar A Gravel, Shakes, Shingles,  Metal Roofs, Torch On, Durolds  8*3-9303  HAIRDRESSERS  Peninsula Power  & Cable Ltd.  Hitjh and low vctage povwr fetes  Outdoor Sub-Stetons  883-2218  Cert 7111  w matrix  Miss Sunny's  HAIR BOUTIQUE  883-2715  Ray Hansen Trucking  & Contracting  Gravel, Clearing  Septic Systems  883-9222  SERVICES  Hugh W.Jones  LAWYER  88.3-9525  NEED  THIS  SPACE?  CAM    Of NISI    AT  885-3930  Pender Harbour  Realty  883-9525  FAX:883-9524  F* bc fgrrigs Schedule  VANCOUVER  ENINSULA  JERVIS INLET  I  HORSESHOE BAY-LANGDALE   |   EARLS COVE * SALTERY BAY     |  I  Lv. Langdale             Lv. Horseshoe Bay  Lv. Earls Cove  Lv. Saltery Bay  6:20 am      2:30 pm   7:30 am  3:30 pm  6:40 am       4:30 pm  5:45 am      3:30 pm  8:30           4:30        9:30 M  5:30  8:20            6:30  7:35           5:30 M  10:30          6:30        11:30  7:25 M  10:30          8:30  9:25 M         7:30  12:25pmM  8:20M      1:15pm  9:15  12:25 pmM   10:20 M  11:30          9:30  M denotes Maverick Bus  If you are Buying or Selling...  the realtor you choose can make the difference.  FOR DEPENDABLE SERVICE... Call us!  ROUTE 2 via Piatt. Chaster. King. Veterans,  Hwy. IQI.Wootaeek PK.. SC Trailer Park  CUPS. SAVE  GIBSONS BUS SCHEDULE  ROUTE 1 via North Rd.Seacot.  Fletcher, Goavet Pt., Franklin, Marine Or.  Depart '5:45 am 1:45 pm Depart      8:14 am 4:11  Mall      7:45      3:45 Langdale 10:11      6:11  9:45      5:45 Ferry       12:11 pm 8:08  11:45      7:45 Terminal    2:08  'No 5:45 am run Sat., Sun. or Holidays  NOTE: Shoppers Loop leaves Mall 10:45 am,  12:45 & 2:45 pm, Moth-Sat  Information, comments or suggestions - 886-9318  m  of jewelry design and the production of very special pieces.  Jack has gained much recognition for his supreme workmanship and was invited to  show his wares al Expo, a great  honour, as only those at the lop  of their field were recipients of  such invitations. We wish lack  well in his new localion.  Juried recognition  Two Halfmoon Bay residents  had iheir works accepted lo be  shown at the Provincial Images  and Objects show in Vernon on  May 27 to 30. Tom and Dianne  Hunt of Redrooffs are lo be  congratulated.  School expanding  It is now official: the Ministry of Education has approved  ihe expansion for Halfmoon Bay  elementary school.  Peer help  The school is embarking on a  Peer Helper Program with grade  six students. As the name  implies, peer helper is a program designed to train students  lo help other students communicate more effectively and  resolve conflict.  Weekly training sessions will  begin with an initial major program on May 20 and 21 al the  Bachelor Lake cabin.  Did you go nuts?  I wonder how many of you  went through the trauma caused  lasl Monday by the plague of  flying ants. These ihings come  on the first hoi days every  spring and we have learned lo  tolerate Ihetn since they only  lasl for a couple of days. Bul  this year's warm weather was  unbelievable. While working in  Ihe garden I had lo admit defeat  and go indoors, since these creatures were flying into my hair,  my clothing, all over Ihe place.  But Ihe final insult came  when they got into my bed and  kept me awake all night. It was  like some kind of horror movie  (6^-? �����,,������������        l0 ',ave ,,lese m8 ��'ac't crawly  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  Busy Flea Market  The Welcome Beach Community Association hosted yet  another successful spring flea  market at the hall last Sunday.  Much appreciation is due to the  members who worked so hard at  setting up and cleaning up afterwards, always a big job which is  well fulfilled wilh ihe help of  many hands.  Recreation Association  The Halfmoon Bay Recreation Association will hold its  annual general meeting at Half-  monn Bay School on Tuesday,  May 19 at 7 pm. The last meeting was wrongfully given as the  annual general but was in fact, a  regular meeiing. Election of  officers will take place; there  are vacancies for vice-president  and for secretary.  Farewell to Jack  A fond farewell from us all lo  Jack Leyland, long-time resident  of Redrooffs who is leaving lo  take up residence in Nelson.  Jack is well known for his craft  CLIP & SAVE  ryJL/f /MITTEN  at+amm REALTY LTD.  885-3295  681-7931  (Van. Toll Free)  Depart  Mall    '  7:30 am 4:25  11:00 6:20  12:25  Arrive   7:45  Mall    11:28  12:40  4:40  6:40  '11:00 am routes via Bonniebrook, Gower Pt.  NOTE: No 5:30 am or 7:30 am service Sat.,  Sun. or Holidays  \    ihings invade one's bed.  'I Baha'i 3Z1  Faith   /j\  The Baha'i teachings speak  not only lo the spirit of  man, bul Ihe heart...  DIB  m  mwmm  Stuccftwt kqmem  For Informalion  Calk 886-2078  or 885-7259  A member  ol  INSURANCE  886-2000  TRAVEL  886-9255  Travel  Had Carpal Sarvica from Friendly Professionals In Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons  NEWS TIPS  CALL  885-3930  L.  ? *-.--..   ������  ���--   .-'���  - ���  ......  _ i��j   w    ���., i. "���   *.."������..,-    ������* .   r'-t-l '   .-> j��'.��� .- tM   m - Coast News, Mav 11, 1992  13  community  harbour watch  I ^t^      Lampshades  A^mSS. *      K.,l.,.|,art.|Mlan,  -ww���Mw^       Assorted si/cv Males & (olours,  by Jacalyn Vincent, 883-2840  A ii'iiiiiiilii lhal thru' is no  Knl lnlr in oui area All shell  lish ;iir sail* to rut I'xirpt nl  tuiirsi', hultel clams Omit ymu  si'iiliinil well, barbecued ni  steamed and enjo) nil Ihe  delightful flavnurs mu ticean  jets In offer!  Well remembered  'I In'   whole   community  mourns the pa.v,injt nl Isabella  Hepburn Isabella was ������ very  ili'iir kind soul and "ill always  Im- vcr) v.i-11 rt'iiH'iiilrt'iril'  May Day  I In- pendei Harboui May  U;i> theme tins yeai is 'Capture  the Coast' and that is exactly  what they will !����� doing mi May  Hi Here's ii rim down  7:30 mu Pancake breakfast  v. ill he||in  H inn Foot race yuii must  pre regislet for Ihis race The  forms nn- available al Ihe Oak  Tree Market, and Ihe cost is S10  pet lamily member  CiVntiillun Cancer Kuciet) luenl president Hunt Sims Imsieil u ten  at her Madeira I'sirk liuine for canvassers nlm lirlpril mil with  April's fundi iiisiny aumpuign, Kobl I'eliaschuk phnto  11 am Parade again pre-  ie|iisttatiiin tonus are at the Oak  Tree Market and judging will  take place between 9:30 am and  10 am  11:30 am Opening cere-  iniinies a delight for all with  Gordon Wilson as guest speak  er, crowning nl this year's May  Queen - Stacey Seabinok and ol  course, the May Pole Dance.  12 nmin Field activities will  liegin Here's a portion ol whal  you may enjoy Dixieland Rand.  Rainbow the (Town, craft lair,  carnival games, lace painting,  airplane iidrs and harbour cruises, bingo Imagination market,  tall races, teen caie, pie tasting,  scavenger liiinl, teen volleyball  tournament, concession stand,  obstacle course, popcorn stand,  races and the children and adult  dances A 'reminder that there  will lie no tickets at the door  lieing sold al llie adult dance as  they are available at ihe Oak  Tiee Market Have a great time!  Penny drive  The school children of Mrs  Harrison's class had a wonder-  till idea and followed it through  establishing a penny drive The  drive is to help donate funds  inwards a recycling depot in  Fender Harbour We all have  spare pennies lying around the  house, so here's a terrific way to  dispose of them. Just drop them  oil at ihe Madeira 1'aik elemen  tarv school Thanks from all ihe  kid's  Play response  Recently a theatre group  from Templeton Senior High  School performed a number ol  skils relating 10 peer pressure  and decision making relating lo  drugs anil alcohol nt the Pender  Harboui High School As well  as ihe high school students,  attending in die audience were  the grade six students Irom  Madeira   Park   elementary  school  The play entitled 'Friends'  even gave the sludenis an nppnr  (unity to make suggestions "ii  parents slopping drinking, on  being a designated drivei and  much more Also, Frank's slots  was told, who was involved ill a  very serious drinking anil iltn  ing accident Many lhanks In  Dave Gibson and ihe student  attack team ol the high school  for helping m coordinate this  well informed and enlightening  presentation  As the tide channes  Remember in check your  insurance lor due dales on your  boat, camper and vehicles.  Don't forget the next Pender  Harbour and Egmont Chamber  of Commerce meeting will be  held on May IX at 7:3(1 pm in  the legion hall.  including printed fubrits  ' SSechelt Lighting  ���S85-9417 ��� 5609 Highway 101, Sechelt   ~  TST  ALWEST  HOME  SERVICES  SPRING SALE SPECIALS  ���Alcan White Embossed Aluminum Soffit  55c sq. It.  ���Alcan Renaissance Series Vinyl Siding  $121.50 box = 200 sq.ft.  ���Alcan Vinyl Siding Trims  5% Discount  CASH & CARRY PRICES  Prices In Effect To May 15, 1992  VISIT OUR RETAIL SHOWROOM  Talk To Marianne  HOURS 8AM TO 5PM  FREE Installation Estimates  Professional Installers  Jim Bain 88S-4S72  Unit tn 5522 Wharf St. Sechell. B.C.  46th Annual  S"  Pender Harbour May Day  Saturday, May 16th, 1992  ^~ :���  -f��� v  (P  SCHEDULE OF EVENTS  MAY DAY m  Theme: "CAPTURE THE COAST"  2:30 pm  6:00 - 7:30 pm  9:00 pm - 2:00 am  Pancake Breakfast  Foot Race  Parade  Opening Ceremonies  - May Pole Dance  Field Activities:  - Dixieland Band: "Lloyd Arntzen  Classical Jazz Band"  - "Rainbow the Clown"  - Craft Fair  - Carnival Games  - Face Painting  Airplane rides - from Gov't Whart  Harbour Cruises - from Gov't Whart  Bingo - in Community Hall  Imagination Market  Raft Races     -.  Teen Cafe fl**     ^��S*V  Best Homemade Pie Tasting Contest  Scavenger Hunt  Teen Volleyball Tournament  Concession Stand ^  Obstacle Course v*  Popcorn Stand/Candy Floss ((  Races  Scavenger Hunt  Children's Dance )  Adults' Dance  OPENING CEREMONIES  Masters of ceremonies:  June Maynard & Dave Witt.  Guest Speaker: Gordon Wilson  Amanda Bailey. May Queen '91.  will pass the crown on to  Stacey Seabrook. May Queen '92.  May Pole Dance will be done in  Queen's honour.  CRAFT FAIR  $25.00 per table  Contact Lynn Cameron  at 883-9184  SCAVENGER HUNT  Teams of 4 kids -two 6 - 8 years.  two 9-11 years. Sign up during  the day.  CHILDREN'S DANCE  6:00 - 7:30 pm  ��� *f Admission 25c per child ages 0-13.  ���Sajr'   Door prizes, dancing, cake, juice.  ADULT DANCE  9:00 pm - 2:00 am, Community Hall  Band - "LOCAL TRAFFIC"  Light Buffet. Tickets: $12.50 - can  be purchased at Oak Tree Market.  NO TICKETS AT THE DOOR.  Publication of this schedule has been made possible through the community spirit & generosity of the following  AC Building Supplies  Pender Harbour Restaurant  Oak Tree Market  Madeira Marina  Park Motel  Roosendal Farms  John Henry's Marina  Duncan Cove Resort  Casey's Country Garden  Protech Office Electronics  WG Sutherland Sales & Service  Beaver Island Grocery  Harbour Insurance Agencies  Bonniebrook - Septic Tank Service Ind.  Ken Mar Draperies  Nova Jewellery  Rob's Video  Irvine's Landing Marine Pub  Pender Harbour Realty  LaFarge Concrete  Ray Hansen Trucking  Shop Easy  Miss Sunny's Hair Boutique  Garden Bay Hotel & Marina  Reflections Hair Studio  Coast Columbia Cabinets  ABHaddock Marine  Bank of Montreal  Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 112  Pender Harbour  IGA Foodliner - Madeira Park  Marina Pharmacy  Lindsay Electric  Mountainview Service  Lowes' Resort  Frances' Hamburger Take-Out  Sunshine Coast Credit Union  Silver Sands Resort  Kleindale Nursery  _jiir4 14  Coast News, May II, l*��l>2  Original pretty ^^  punch embroidery  jk  Display at Trail Bay Centre Mall  May 15th aiid 16th  Distributor: Audrey Wagner  leisure  DLmngguiDE  Your guide to the finest in area dining  FEATURE RESTAURANT OF THE WEEK  HAID-A-WAY RESTAURANT  The Haid-A-Way Restaurant .nut alining room located in the Gibson*  Motor Inn invites you lo lorne in and visit We think you will enjoy the  relaxed atmosphere and lomlortable surroundings Enjoy a cup of coffee or  a cool drink in our courtyard area Be sure and check out our scrumptious  Sunday bullet - its great  ihe restaurant is open every morning at 5 30 am for breakfast. For a simply  delicious dinner and fine dining experience it's the Haid-A-Way. Enter our  Valentine's Weekend Escape Contest between now and Feb 12.  Highway 101 al Turk Road  Phone 886-4501  FAMILY DINING  Andy's RMtNrant - Lum-h mid dinner *.pr-  tint every day Evety We-Jne��Uy night is  Prime Rih Night Hi hiv -.[htmint's include  veal dMu-s, straits, seafood, pasta, pizza.  Thai ttn��l and lots t-f NKW dislies Don't  miss Andy's fieal Brunch Buttcl rvny  Sunday limn II am - 2 ������> pni Hwy 101,  Gihsons, M6-jjflR Open Sunday and  Mmiday 11 am - *J pm, Tuesday - Saluiday  11 am- 10 pm  The loll Mow - lust a feny ride away in  beautiful Hmsrstm*' Bay, offering daily  cfcoiCM ��t fresh and Hash ftozrn seafood  from the Wesl, East and Gulf Coasts as  well as a variety nt oilier specialties Join  us alter 1 pm fin dinner or I'm OU spectac-  ul.ii Sunday Brunvh, srtvetl bclween 10 '0  am and 2 pm Friendly service in a iclased  atmosphere and fabulous meals are jusi  some of (lie reasons you'll keep coming  back If you have an important rendezvous  or a feity lo catch, please let ils know and  we'll make the necessary ;uumiim<datinm  For reservations call 921-81M All major  credit cards accepted  Cat* Pierrot ��� Comfortable atinns|>heie wilh  waim, helpful staff. Homemade pastas,  quit lies and daily s|iecia1s are all prepared  wilh the freshest ingredients - hnth healthful and delicious (hit whole wheat bread  and scrumptious desserts ate baked fresh  daily, on the premises Outside dining, take  oul orders for Ihe beach and cappucino are  available The Coasts's bistio as unique as  tlte Coast ilself Monday to Saturday, 9 am  - 5 pm Closed Sunday Teredo Squaie,  Sechelt Phone ahead for your lunch' 88V  9962.  Dar Lebanon Rtstturint ��� Now open in  Gibsons Park Plaza, Hwy 101 Lunch and  Dinner features include Chicken, Beef,  Lamb and Vegetarian dishes, Shishkehahs,  Falafals, Cappuccino, Espresso and  Desserts Open 7 ilays a week, 10 am ��� II  pm. Eat in or take-out Catering tur parties  and weddings 886-3372 Everything we  make is nude with love!  HeM-A-Way Restaurant ��� Bring the whole  family and join us for great dining at the  Haid-A-Way Restaurant in Gibsons Motor  Inn nn Hwy 101 at Park Rd Our friendly,  helpful staff and warm, pleasant alum-  sphere will add to your enjoyment of our  excellent breakfast, lunch and dinner menu,  which includes a children's section. We're  open Mon - Thins 5 30 am to 8 pm, fit -  Sat 5 30 - 9 pm and Sunday 9 30 am - 8  pm Our Sunday buffet (11 am - 2 pm) features a scrumptiinn salad bar, with a large  selection of hot and cold dishes and  desserts Eat lo your heart's content  Reservations 886-491)1 59 seats plus banquet IINWl  The Omeoa Pizza, Steak and Lototer House  - With a perfect view ot Gibsons Marina,  ami a good time atnxKfthrre, lite Omega is  a people-watcher's paradise You'll ollcn  see Bruno Gerussi, former slar of Ihe  .Beachcombers, dining here Menu includes  pizza, pasta, steaks ami seaftHid Steaks and  seafood ate iheir specialties Banquet facilities available Veiy special children's  menu Reservations rrcornmended Located  in Gibsons Haibour al 281 Gower Poinl  Rd 886-2268 Open for lunch Mon - Fri,  11 30 - 2 30, dinner daily 4 - 9 pm, Fri A  Sat, til 10pm  VMaie RetfuraM . Cozy family style cafe  with an extensive menu featuring special  pasta dishes, steak and seafood dinners  Come in and check out our daily lunch and  dinner specials or have breakfast anytime.  Saturdays are Prime Rib nights. Pully  licensed Open 7 days a week, Mon -  Thurs, 7 am to 8 pm; Fri. Sat A Sun, 7  am to 9 pm 5665 Cowrie Street, Sechelt.  885-9H11. Visa A Mastercard accepted  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Creak Houie ��� Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated yet  casual atmosphere We serve rack of lamb,  duck, crab, clams, scallops, steaks, also  daily specials Reservations recommended.  Roberts Creek Road and Beach Avenue -  885-9321 Open 6 pm Closed Mondays A  Tuesdays. Visa A Mastercard 40 scats  The Wharf - Open for breakfast, lunch and  dinner seven days a week. Breathtaking  ocean view and sunsets from every lable.  Continental cuisine and seafood at its best  Sunday Brunch fiom 8 am - 2 pm Fully  licensed and air conditioned Dinner reservations recommended Hwy. 101, Davis  Bay. 885-7283.  New China Kitchen - Now open IN THE  GIBSONS PARK PLAZA, 1100 HWY  101 Come enjoy our Gourmet Chinese  Buffet featuring over 16 hot dishes plus  salad bar A dessert Also featuring two full  service menus including Canadian Cuisine.  Lunch or Dinnei Licensed premises, dining facilities for meetings, banquets and  parties Hours Sunday - Thursday 11:30  am -10 pm Friday A Saturday, II 30 am -  11 30 pm, lunch buffet 11:30am-2 30 pm,  dinnei buffet 430 pm - 8:30 pm. For reservations call 886-3028 Visa/Mastercard  accepted  f Pub ��� Enjoy the natural beauty of  Jervis Inlet while tasting one of our many  homeslyle specialties in the puh; or Ihe  casual surroundings ol our family restaurant Our "Skookum Burger" is a challenge  lo ihe biggest appetite Backeddy Pub ���  located 1/2 mile north of Egmont on Maple  Road  Cedars Neighbourhood Pub - Great food  every day all day Appetizers and full menu  along with terrific daily specials, available  'lii 9 pm every night We're known for our  great atmosphere and good times. Sun ���  Thurs open 'til midnight, Fri A Sal. open  'til I am Visa, Mastercard and reservations  accepted. 886-8171  kvlne'S Landing Pub - Dinner menu offers a  variety of appetizers and entrees featuring  local produce and fresh seafood in a  relaxed setting with ocean view. Average  dinner for two, $30 We're now open 7  days a week 11-11 wilh our kitchen open  from 11-10 Pender Harboui, 883-1145,  Mastercard A Visa Fully licensed  FINE DINING  Hue Heron Inn ��� Enjoy the view of East  Porpoise Bay from your table at ihe Blue  Heron Inn, located on the waterfront at  Porpoise Bay Relax and enjoy a superb  dining experience. Reservations are  required for dinner Winter hours: Wed -  Sun , Lunch 11 am ��� 2 pm, dinner 5 pm  883-3847  Chei Philippe at Bonniebrook Lodge. ���  Grand Opening Friday, May 15 Chef  Philippe formerly of (lie Roof restaurant at  Ihe Hotel Vancouver is now al  Bonniebrook We have fine West Coast  cuisine prepared from fresh BC ingredients, an extensive wine list and expert service, intimate dining in the Heritage Lodge  dining loom wilh a superb view of the  Georgia Strait and Ihe surrounding shoreline Walch Ihe sunset from youi table  Take a stroll alrwig the beach after dinner  Follow Gower Pt nt Road lo Ocean Beach  Esplanade Reseivalions recommended  886*2188 Visa, Mastercard Fully  licensed Open 6 pm ��� 10 pm, 7 days a  week  El Nino Seafood How ��� NOW OPEN Dine  the finest ocean view restaurant in Gibsons  Landing, Savoui ihe delights of fresh  seafood from around ihe world Our extensive Dinner Menu includes fresh seafood in  our soup, salad, hot or cold appetizers,  main courses and pastas. Other entrees  include steak, veal, chicken and lamb.  Caesar salad for twu and flamhe desserts  are prepared at your tableside Our lunch  menu contains sandwiches and burgers  Sunday Buffet brunch is served from 11:30  am ��� 2:30 pm $12.93 Lunch hours:  Thursday Ihiough Monday 11:30 - 2 30  Dinner hours' Wednesday through Monday  4:30 - 9:30 CLOSED TUESDAYS Visa  and Mastercard. Reservations recommended 886-3891  Lord Jim's Retort Hotel ��� A tranquil view of  Thormanhy Islands and Malaspins Strait  set the theme for a beautiful night out.  Friendly, courteous staff, fine international  cuisine, comfortable surroundings, soft  music and good wine add up to make yours  a night to remember We are now open  Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings  from 6pm until 9pm for your dining enjoyment. For reservations or more information, please call 885-7038  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Ernte I Owen's Drive In - Take out, or delivery. Pizza, dinners, salads, burgers, chicken, desserts, drinks, ice cream. Free home  delivery within 4 miles, after 5 pm only, on  $10 minimum orders. Small charge for  orders under $10 Hwy. 101 Gibsons 886-  7813.  Canadian tale still making new friends  kfBWhnt  A 13-year-old orphan girl,  fifing shipped to work on a  Prime Edward Island farm,  under the tare of a slem middle-  aged bachelor and his spinster  sister. No social services'  screening, no preplacemenl  interviews or visits and no safety  checks not even an escort on  the train! And the ultimate complication, a girl was sent when a  boy was requested  This scenario, appalling by  IWIIs siandards, was not so  unrealistic when il became the  main premise in Lucy Maude Montgomery's lum ol-llie ci'iilury  novel, Anne of Green Gables. The little red headed orphan girl of the  story commenced lo charm firsl her adoptive lamily, Matthew Citlh-  hcrl and his sister Manila, and then the fictional town of Avonlea,  Prince Edward Island.  From Avonlea the liltle Anne (with an "E"!) continued lo spread  her charm across borders and litnezones lo generations of Canadian  and American children in six more L.M. Montgomery "Anne" novels,  in television films, and in a popular musical play first prixlticed in  Charlolletown, P.E.I, in December of 1970. The play was adapted  from Ihe novel by the nationally famous Donald Harron, CBC broadcaster and father of Ihe classic Canadian fanner charicature, Charlie  Farquar  Why has the story of Anne of Green Gables developed from such a  fictional premise lo become a classic, beloved from as far away as  Japan where il has become a tourist mecca? Tlte answer lies wilh llie  The walls oT Davis Bay United church arc ringing as Lynn Vernon, right, builds the vocal performance or 35 cast members far Ihis July's production or Anne oT Green Gables.       Joel Johnstone photo  character of the impish red headed girl whose rich imagination, sassy  social naivete, and romantic fantasies relied the yearnings of Ihe  young and the young at heart in all of us. Anne's successes with her  Ivan, Gilbert Wythe, and wilh her education and career only serve to  confirm the attractions of her character.  The patent charms of Anne of Green Gables are to be transposed  from P.E.I 10 the West Coast in early July by the Sunshine Coasl  Music Society in Iheir Sechelt production of the lamed musical ver  slot), The society's production will lx- on a greater scale than ilsl990  sell-out success, Pirates of Penzance.  The musical director is the society's popular founder Lyn Vemon  and the stage director is Vancouver performer Bdo Boersma, both of  Pirates fame. Eight performances have been scheduled for Sechelt's  Rockwood Pavilian over lite firsl Iwo weeks of July. Tickets for Ihe  production will be handled by the Festival of the Written Arts office  and go on sale May IS.  Gibsons Legion  Branch #109  &  Summer studio tours scheduled  U^H**  May 15+16  Thie  Colours  S CRIB  Saturdays  MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME  This year four studio tours  are being sponsored by the outreach committee of the Sunshine Coast Arts Council.  The first of these is on Saturday, May 30 providing an  opportunity for the public to see  Maurice Spira's inner sanctum,  where his controversial and  sometimes disturbing images  are conjured in drawings, paintings and prints.  Axel Stenzel works in welded sleel, often recycling pieces  of machinery into whimsical  birds and other fanciful creations.  Additional tours include:  Cold Beer &  Cider To Go!  rooms  $4./MrQ0  105  886-2804  PER WEEEK  PLUS TAX  I  PENINSULA MOTOR INN  .lune 27, the pottery studio of  Elaine Futtermivtl and Michael  Allegretti and the papier mache  workshop of Micheline La Rose  and George Gamacbe. July IH,  the evocative constructions of  Patrick Hughes and Ihe  exhuberanl and prolific collages  and paintings of Trudy Small;  Aug. 22, the sophisticated  watercolours and paintings of  Don Hopkins and Kale Janyk's  elegant raku and sawdust fired  pottery  Tours are scheduled from 9  am to 10:45 am and 11 am lo  12:45 pm each Saturday.  The cosl for four lours is  $25; single tours are $7. For  information and registration  please call Ricki Moss at 8X6-  9679.  Notice Board  Deadline for submissions is Wednesday noon (for Monday distribution)  On-going submissions will be deleted after 3 weeks unless a specific renewal request is made.  Wc reserve tlic right to edit submissions for brevity  All submissions should icfer lo non-profii events of genuine community inteiest  MONDAY, MAY 11  Sunshine Coatt Peace Group meeting 7:30  pm at Roberts Creek School Library. Everyone  welcome.  WEDNESDAY, MAY 13  Elphinstone Elector'! Att'n General Meeiing  7:30pm al Cedar Grove Elementary School. All  area "E" residents welcomed & urged to attend.  Sunshine Coatt White Cane Club meets at  1:30pm at St. Hilda's Church, Sechelt. Visually  impaired guests are most welcome. For more  inio call 886-3918 ro 885-3999.  Wett Howe Sound Electort Att'n General  Meeting at Langdale Elementary School at  7:00pm.  THURSDAY, MAY 14  Hospital Aux. Glbtont Br. Meeting 1:30pm,  in the Marine Room, for into - 886-2009.  RNABC Meeting 7:30pm in the Pender Harbour  Health Centre. For Mo call 885-3648.  SC NDP Club Annual General Meeting & Pot  Luck. 6:00pm at St. Bartholomew's Church,  FRIDAY, MAY IS  Show Piece Gallery Presents Serigraphs and  watercolors by Greta Guzek. Artist in  attendance 2:30-4:30pm. For further Into 886-  9213.  Sunshine Coatt Pro-Lite Meeting Sunshine  Coast Gospel Church. Davis Bay. 7:30 (or inio  885-5734.  SATURDAY, MAY 16  Glbtont United Church Women (UCW) Bake  Sale at Gibsons Marina. 9:00am  Pender Harbour May Day Parade, Kids  activities & Craft Fair. Contact Marions 883-  9900  Cameo Singlet Club Dancing al Gibsons  Legion. 8:30pm. For more inio call 868-7825 or  885-5633.  TUESDAY, MAY 19.  Bethel Baptist Church, 7:00 pm, Sechelt.  Small Group Tour from Baptist Leadership  Training School. Calgary. An evening of music  and drama.  THURSDAY, MAY 21  Sechelt and District Chamber ot Commerce  will be holding "Chamber after Hours' 5:00pm to  7:00pm, Driftwood Inn. Sponsored by BC Hydro.  Members only.  SATURDAY, MAY 23  Arts Council presents Trio Con Anlma, in  concert at Arts Centre. 8:00pm. Tickets at  Sayward Books, Talewlnd Books, Roberts  Creek Store and Arls Centre.  SUNDAY, MAY 24  Collee House Inner Ear Studios on 749 Leek  Road in Roberls Creek. Live music and  munchies. Everyone welcome. Music starts  around 8:30pm. Call 886-9747 for more into.  MONDAY, MAY 25  Canadian Federation ot University Women -  Sunshine Coast - May Meeting al St. John's  Church at 11:30 am For kilo 885-9589.  7:30pm. Friends ol Schizophrenics at Coast  Garibaldi Health Unit. Gibsons. Sharing at  Caring meeting will follow. Bring mug.  MISCELLANEOUS  Sechelt Star Search Auditions for Sechell  Celebration Days. Open to ages 13 to 21. For  inio 885-9091.  Kids Helping Kldsl Annual Youth Variety  Show, (teens to pre-teens) to raise funds lor  Cystic Fibrosis. Greene Court Hall, Sat. May 30,  8:00 pm. Tickets at Sechelt Book Stores.  Volunteer canvassers are urgently needed in  the Robeits Creek area lor the Canadian  Cancer Society during the month of April, il you  are interested, have a few hours to spare over  the next lour weeks, then please Katharine  Trueman 885-2282. thank you.  The Sunshine Coatt Quitters Guild is hosting  a BC Heritage Quilt Project registration  weekend at the Arts Centre, Sechelt. May 2 - 7-  9 Slide Show. May 3- 12-4 Quilt registration.  May 4-10-4 Quilt registration.  75 Year Renunlon lormer students and stall  Boston Bar/North Bend School May 22,-24,  1992 in Boston Bar, BC. Contact Ihe school at  867-9222. For inlormation.  Chatelech Secondery School Seeking  donated books. Please drop oil at Shadow Box  Gallery.  Jack & Jill Preschool semi-annual chicken  sale is happening once agian . To orde call  Heather 886-4992 or Pat 886-4869. By  Thurs.May 14.  There is a selection ol unlramed paintings by  Vivian Chamberlln on display al the Shunter  Gallery, Gibsons BC until May 22.  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum's will be open  six days a week until further notice. Located at  716 Winn Road across Irom Post Ollice,  wheelchair accessible. Info 886-8232  Totem Lodge ��� Everyday is visiting day at  Totem Lodge. Visit the pioneers ol your community.  Folk Dancing at Roberts Creek School,  Community Use Ttoom. Eveiy Tues 7:00 - 9:00  pm. Fee $3.00 Drop in, everyone welcome.  The Inter-Active Video Butlnett Dltc  Program is now available at the Sunshine  Coast Business Development Centre, #205-  5710 Teredo Square, Into 885-1959. The user  fee is only $10.00 for three 3 hour sessions  .Support 1st Sunshine Coast Glbtont Scoutt  "Trees for Canada" 500 trees will be planted on  May 2nd. Please pledge now.  MONDAYS  SL Hilda's & St. Andrew's Youth Group every  Monday night. All young people welcome. Call  885-6036, for more into.  Glbtont Penelonere Branch #38 Scottish  Country Dancing at Harmony Hall at 8:00 pm.  Information 886-3043.  Sunshine Coatt Brtatt Feeding Support  Group. Informal drop-in meetings on the firsl  Monday of each month. Luinda, 886-4502 or  Wendy, 885-2950.  Seniors' Branch 69, Carpet Bowling, Mondays  1:30 pm. Exercise with Joan Frembd Mons. &  Thursdays-11-12.  Overeatert Anonymous 7:30 pm. Holy Family  Church Hall., Sechelt. Phone 865-2108 or 886-  4781 lor details.  Adult Children ol Alcoholics or  Dyslunctlonal Families meet at St. Mary's  Church Hall in Gibsons, 7:30 - 9.  Sunshine Coast Breakaway Patents Meeting  lor parents concerned about their children's  drug & alcohol use. 807 Kiwanis Way, Gibsons.  7:30 pm. For info call 886-2423,  TUESDAYS  Lite Drawing 10:00- 12:30pm. Draw from the  figure in the company ol other artists. Bring your  own materials and $3 to cover costs. The Art  Centre.  First Tuesday of every month, local art rental &  sales at Sunshine Coatt Art Centre. Open 2-  6pm. Coffee served. Original works by Sunshine  Coast artists lor sale or rent: any donations ol  unesed frames gratefully accepted. 885-5412.  Glbtont Table Tennlt Club plays every  Tuesday. 7-10 p.m. Elphinstone Secondary  School Cafeteria. For more inlormation, call Jim  at 886-2775.  WEDNESDAYS  Badminton every Wednesday evening. 8 - 10  p.m. at Elphinstone High School Gym.  Admission: $3.00. Dion in.  I'    ra,   cirjrirriaiurit,   r  Admission: $3.00. Diop in.  Sunshine Coatt Toaitmitten meeting eveiy  Wednesday at 7:30 pm at Chatelech High  School, Room 112. Info 885-3206. Guests welcome  Find Milton's "Paradise Losl" with Jan de  Bruyn at Eldercollege. $15 lor 6 Wed. afternoon,  beginning Apiil 1. Pre-registration a musl. Call  Julie at Capilano College, 885-9310. Also watch  for Ikebana in May.  THURSDAYS  Birth Control Clinic at Coast Garibaldi Health  Unit, 494 S. Fletcher. Gibsons Thursday Irom 7  lo 9 pm. Everyone welcome, no appointment  necessary. 885-7770.  3C't Weight Lott Support Group meets every  Thursday afternoon 12:45-2:30pm, at the United  Church, Glassford Rd., Gibsons. Info: 886-7159.  Seniors' Branch 69. Exercise wilh Joan  Frembd Mondays S Thursdays 11-12.  Adult    Children    of    Alcoholics    or  Dytlunctional Families meet at the Action  Centre in Sechelt, 7:30 - 9.  FRIDAYS  United Church Thrill Shop In basemenl ol  church oil Truman Rd., open Fridays, 1 to 3 pm.  Glbtont Old Age Pensioners Org Branch #38  Tia Chi for seniors at Harmony Hall every Fridav  at 1:30 pm. Info 886-9619  SUNDAYS  The Sunshine Coaet Stamp Club meet 7:30  pm 1st and 3rd Sunday at Sechell Library  Phone 885-3381 or 885-7088. Open for all  ages.  aiiaamammmaaMManmamammamimmwim\m  MMi leisure  Coast News, May 11, 1992  15  RAVEN'S CDY  TH.CATPC  presents  ARTICLE 39  Starring Keifer Sutherland & Ray Liotta  Rated Mature, Some veiy const Imgmge/scmes ot swgeiy  SHOWTIMES  Fri. May 1 through Thurs. May 7  Fri. & Sat. - 7 & 9:00 pm  Sun. - Thurs - one showing al 8:00pm daily  Siding with angels: crime writers descending  TICKET PRICES  Adults $6 ���  Students $4.-t<)  Seniors & Children  tinder Twelve $3  A Vancouver court reporter,  a willy English professor and an  ex-cop who says "damn  straight," what dark secrel  brings lliem together in one  room for a long weekend'.'  The three are crime writers,  leaching their craft at the Rockwood Centre in Sechelt May 15  through 17. Their different  backgrounds promise a stimulating workshop for mystery writers and crime journalists alike.  Phil Needham is a career  journalist who has spent 2(1  arts beat  Robert Klnnard's paintings  cover a tremendous dynamic  range.  The application of paint is  sometimes one quarter inch  thick, varying in opacity and  transparency through many  visibly iiitermeshetl layers,  scored hack lo the canvas surface with deep incisions, and  enriched by Ihe inclusions of  buried burlap, sand grass and  other materials.  Multiple media are freely  mixed in many of his paintings and Ihe complex colour,  endlessly varied textures,  topographical surfaces and  energetic applications create  an exciting visual dance and  hum of swirling colours and  shapes, half-seen illusory  images.  The artistic complexity and  ambiguous imagery give the  sensation of seeing Ihe physical, concrete and tangible  aspects of experience at the  same time as the metaphysical, abstract and insubstantial.  Terrain and Visla can be  seen from Wednesday lo Saturday, 11 am to 4 pm and Sunday 1 pm to 4 pin until Sunday, May 31.  years wilh the Vancouver Sun,  exposing the city's dark side  with his coverage of crimes and  lawsuits. Gail Rowen, a  Saskatchewan academic, wrote  only scholarly articles until  19X.5 and published her firsl  murder mystery in 1990.  Carsten Stroud, author of  non-fiction bestsellers Close  Pursuit (about homicide cops in  New York) and The Blue Wall:  Street Cops in Canada, spent  two years in Vietnam and three  years on the Metro Toronto  police force learning the hard  realities which he writes about.  He questions whether modern  minimalist fiction really offers  more insight into human nature  than so-called genre writing  docs. "The rules of life are closest lo the skin in crime writing."  Stroud published his first  novel. Sniper's Moon, in 1991  and won Ihe Arthur Ellis Award  for best first novel. Writing fiction after years of non-fiction is  like hang-gliding in the dark, he  said. "At least with journalism  (he story's there. In fiction you  have to draw on the resources of  Just In Time For Mothers Day  forget oUe dNbts  THE GIFT GIVING SOLUTION  ��� Reminder Services  ��� Gift Shopping, Wrapping, & Mailing  ��� Greeting Cards ��� Invitations ��� Letters  "EST ffifi 886-9087        Carol Bishop  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  Competitive Prices  Camp Run  CEDAR-FIR-HEMLOCK  886-7033  ?**  Pebbles from the past  The Sechelt  Wharf  pictures the  development of  our coast. Each  area - Hopkins,  Roberts Creek,  Davis Bay, etc. -  had its own wharf  which was served  regularly by Coast  steamer. Thus  each of our  distinct areas was  born. The Sechelt  Wharf reached its  end in 1971 when it was demolished. A book could be written  around the history of each wharf. The few existing are all that  remain to remind us of this rather interesting time in our  history.  The benefit for you in dealing with Pebbles is that we are a  knowledgeable local office. Pebbles provides personalized service  to guide you through your real estate transactions. Call Pebbles  for full service, whether buying or selling.  Pebbles from the Put is  presented by all the people at  Pebbles Realty Ltd.  Your local Real Estate Company - Gibsons Quay  your soul."  Whether working in fiction  or journalism, he believes a  writer must take a moral stand,  pointing oul what is right rather  than trying to be unbiased. "I'm  on Ihe side of the angels," he  said. "But sometimes Ihe angels  aren't very polite."  COMING  ATTRACTION  RADIO FLYER  Starring Lorraine Bracco  Rated Mature  May 8th - 14th  Raven s Cry Theatre  Located at House Of Hewhiwus, Sechelt BC  PHONE NUMBER   885-4673  RAVEN'S CRY  THEATRE SOCIETY  for the performing arts  Coming...May 20 & 21  from New York >  The  GIZMO GUYS  TICKETS: $10.00  Sunshine Coast Choristers  IN CONCERT     TICKETS: $7.00  Fri. & Sat., May 29th & 30th  THE CENTENNIAL SINGERS  Saturday, June 6th  vjp    Tjhe &oost Academp of  ^ance and ^jfine Arts  SUNDAY, JUNE 7th  3:30pm  Sechelt Elementary School Choir  WED. |UNE 10th at 6:30pm  Coastdance Theatre School  Performance  SUNDAY, JUNE 28th, 4:00pm  Watch for the return of  !  Mr  it   " mX��  Claire de Lune  with an afternoon  CHILDREN'S SHOW  and an evening of  CAJUN MUSIC  Saturday July 11th  For your convenience you now can purchase  tickets at Reflections in Madeira Park-883 2545  and Sayward Books in Gibsons-886-3626  Call box office for information: 885 4673 Coast Newt, May n, i*>l>2  AUTOMOTIVE  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  ind,     AUTOMOTIVE      u���������  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd  I IK. I Hvx\. 101, Gibsons, B.C . HHh-HIIII  \_     U.i-   Iii ta-b Ml  M '���in-   10-1,  r  Forest  (604) 885-7576N  Messages 885-5281  KITT EVANS  Construction  II lean lo FOUMMTMNIS ��� HM���I ��� MMtniNM  c  SWCOASTTlHElMECHAHttAlLTb    ^   Pi*��ji**jjjMI IntfiwHon facmi   KaUtTIRE  ��� sell if...we guarantee it!  I  lfu��  5833Wta��rt Road, Sechtlt ��� 885-7927  iJilr! 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Office: 886-8511  Hand, (anmrluid Sawalau' iVLvritn   lUul.rj;        /'oil*   IOO   71  17   ��� Res'ill-IoOS  L  M J J. Vinyl Siding  Soffits, r ASIA, Shutters  CEDAR SIDING    H  Fred Cocker  (.Leave M��*-.-.ai|t(*)  Phone HHyMKi-j  II) Box 1196  Sechell, B.C.  VON jAOy  -. , * Residential &  v J ('nmmrrcial ('iinstrurtinn  CONSTRUCTION  KntatrM refit IU.  ��� Kfnnautiiins  ^   Laurie Lacovetsky ��� 885-2887   J  Ready Mia Ltd   tliapaich     _Aunainla ,      . haa  ,  M5-9666     |   115*53331   [jjMgjjD  3 Batch Plants on the Sunshine Coast  Gibsons Sechell Pender Harbour  Box 172. 54t7 Burnet Rd.. Sechell  ROOFING  Specializing in all types ot  FREE       commercial & residential rooting  ESTIMATES 886*2087 eves OUAM "x��o  R.  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IMtl  '  ,.  .��*���*,.*,  ,,,,  ...  ,-���wwr ^  If  yon  1A/I  ���1 ��  <icIv��m Iishhi here.  yen  ll  llf  readinq  about  yoursi  II  - Antl so  WOtllll  a.  t'M  HI  yliotly  4-1  -it;  CIBSOI  Residential ��� Cotirimerci  Industrial  EXCAVATING  RENOVATIONS WEST  CONTRACTING  Custom Building ��� Remodelling ��� Framing  Foundations ��� Home Repairs ��� General  Contracting ��� Small Jobs Welcome  BI. 910534 RfHI AaCtlMOfl  085-0891 after MXlpm  BRIAN NEWMAN EXCAVATING  ��� Septic Fields ���  ��� Drainage ��� Excavation  ��� Water Lines      ��� Rock Walls  ��� Landscape Construction ���  EXCAVATING  "A BETTER" BOBCAT SERVICE  "Complete Bobcal Services"  Excavating - Backfilling - Retaining Walls -  - Tienching - Landscape Construction > Diainage -  8"��!       886*8538    Bo- 'JS.'SSfwo  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  G. NOLTE CONTRACTING  Backhoe Service,  GERD NOLTE  VtEL:886-3816     Mobile 1*32tV084iy  fFastrac BACKHOE  SERVICE  ��� umc fields  ��� Mt.AisA- .1 PITCHn  ��� KXl'AVATIUNS  ��� WATER 1 INKS Co* -ill 4X4  ���CLWWNQ      Steve Jones    886-8269  CENTURY ROCK  SK      885*59101  .QQDOES*2-^  Land Clearing 885-3469  Demolition 886-8053  Slump Removal  Sile Development  Roads  Free Estimates  HEATING  ,^JteP EXC A'  Mackenzie Excavating Ltd.  Land Cleannc] S Development  Cam Mackenzie  J  D.C. Heating  Gas Fitting & Plumbing  24 Hours Service  Darcy Clarke  iMautu. D i:  (604) 886-8525  Free Estimates  iT  (SECHELT FIRE PLACE LTD. 5  GAS ��� PELLET* WOOD      liUj"  Complete Sales & Installations  SHOWROOM Open Tuei.-Sat.  5631 Wharl Rd.. 88��-T1T1 j'  ��� Auto Propane  ��� Appliances  ��� Quality B.B. Q's  885-2360  Hwy 101. across Si  Irom Big Mac's. Sechell  Licenser! <T- Bonded  PARKYN B,\Y CONTRACTING LTD.  I.H. WtMlDROW  Reitdriiiinl * Cot Installations' & Setvtu  Propane i  Natural Gas  Res: (604) 588-6707  lor Toll Free Paner: 1 979-4371  POMFRET  "COIMSTRLICTIOM  Selective Land Clearing - Design Consulting  L BR2 S41 C5, Gibsons, B.C. V0N-1V0   Phone: 886-8900  A. J. CONTRACTING  Roofing * Insulation * Painting  Concrete * Vinyl Siding  Free Estimates  885-8924  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  (SECHELTPRESSURE WASHING^  ���Free Estimates  ' Fully Insured To Do Cedar Rools  and Vinvl Sidina  v:  Call: John Lautier  885-2612  n  CONTOUR  Quality Supply & Installation  Ceramic Tile, Carpel & Blinds  V SHOWROOM 851 HWY. 101- GIBSONS ��� B.C. ��� PHIFAX: 666-319]/  SPOTLESS PAINTING  & WALLPAPERINQ   FREE ESTIMATES  883-9843  ��� Inleiloi/Exieiioi  ��� Pressure Washtnq  ��� Specldliy wall Finishes  V  A Complete  Asphalt Service  FREE ESTIMATES  TRI-CITY PAVING LTD.  RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL  PLANT SITE PORPOISE BAY RD.  TELEPHONE 885*2726 SECHELT B.C.  PETER J. SUGARS  Custom Cabinets  Kitchens ��� Bathrooms ��� Mlllwork  shop 886*8615    *    res. 886-2231  A VII' Store  Furniture Land  Highway 101. Bor. 2549. Sechell. B C VON 3A0  Telephone (601) 885-5756 ��� Fan (604) 885-2756  D & B CRANE RENTAL  Phone: 884-5266  Night: 885-7085  > J  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  ��� KITCHENS A BATHROOMS ���  886-9411  Catllutmr  6444907  8TON UFT - HOOK HEIGHT 65'  15TON LIFT - HOOK HEIGHT 80-  Jtilnkotfft$vhtn  furmd%m  i  A    It'   R  mm,  <J+       THE  RENOVATIONS WITH ^  A TOUCH OF CLASS  COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL  IMPROVER M5^  LTD HALFMOON aVM  C@$$%0^  SALES S INSTALLATION LTD.  The Floor Store at Your Door  Wilh Free In- Home Shopping  Hanlwood ��� Ceramics ��� Wall Tiles ��� Glass Tites  Area Rugs ��� Carpels ��� Linoleum ��� Floor Tiles ��� Marhlc  Glass Blocks  88WW2 ��� 886fl8aj8 / Mon. - Sat. 9:30 - 5:00 pm  Showroom 4349 Hwy. 101 Wilson Creek Coast News, May 11, 1992  17  sports  145 149  11     8:45 70  2:20 11.1  7:50 7.4  Fll    Time  Ht. Fl  4:15 14.4  15 11:30 22  6:45 145  11:55 105  2:25 149  12    9:30 55  3:45 11.9  9:00 86  Set   Tinw Ht. Ft.  4:50     14.0  16  12:05       1.7  7:30     149  3:05     14.8  13  10:10      4.1  4:55     129  .10:05  94  Sun   Tin* Ht. Ft.  12:45 108  17    5:25 13.6  12:45 1.6  8:15 15.2  3:40 1<i6  14  10:50 3.0  5:55 13.8  11:00 10.1  m  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson   *�� ****���>��<<">* n-.������ *��  D,,:,:. c����...t��r��l Tin. I In �� mki plu. 5 rraln. lax ���ractl n. ol rlaa.  pacific standard Time .nd; mir, i��� �����!, n. m i.ii  Tide Tables courtesy of  PRONTO'S  FINE DINING RESTAURANTS  Gibaona ��� 886-8138  885-1919  Well the golf world was  rocked with ihe news lhal Evelyn Tapio broke UK), hilling a  97; a break "1(H)" pin goes to  her.  If lhal wasn't enough. Hazel  Charbonneti had a 70-yard chip  in on hole tti for a birdie. Congratulations ladies.  Golf form  A quick quip front golfing  etiquette magazine: "Don't lean  on your puller when wailing lo  putt or when retrieving the hall  from the hole."  Until next week keep your  head down and follow through'  a*.**,:       *  L^jayggSMMtt.  ���**  ' --4  ."'.  .*!�����-'  ..���st  A I'tonto's player steps hack from the plate to avoid a fast hall in  Mosquito league minor hall action at Gihsons Klementary field  last Monday. Charles Hart photo  Sunshine Coasl Bridge Club  winners May 4: first, B J Miller  and RuJy Not/1, second, Pal  Ashhy and Doris Housley;  third, Spencer and Tiny Clark;  tied for fourth with foy Wilson  and Joy Middlelon, John Paler-  son and Ben Wickham.  May 6: first, Patti Phillips  and Pal Ashhy, second, Bert  Wickham and John Paterson;  third, Marjorie Paterson and  Gwenda Thain, and fourth Joy  Wilson and B J Miller.  You ate the dealer, not vulnerable against vulnerable  opponents and look al S Jx H Jx  D KQxxx C Axx so you open  iwo diamonds, your partner  responds lira spades, playing  RONF (raise only not forcing).  The opponent is licking his  chops in anticipation of a juicy  double of whatever is hid - three  diamonds hy you is followed by  three hearts from partner - the  opponents still waiting for Ihe  bombshell. You innocently raise  to four hearts which partner corrects to five diamonds and is  passed out. When his hand  comes down you see Sx H lOxx  D AJlOxxx C yJlO.down two,  undoubled!  Coming up May 29 to 31,  ACBL tournament in Parksville.  For partnerships and car pool  phone 885-5552. ACBL contest: first, Pal Ashby; second,  Patli Phillips; and third Bert  Wickham.  Robertson wins Wisebird Eclectic  ( AQUA BLAS1  POWER WASH  HOME /COMMERCIAL  HOT/COLD WATER  V Pager* 885-5111     Eve�� 885-5950,/  by Margaret Skek-her  The Spring Dinner Dance  was enjoyed by all those who  attended as they danced lo  music provided by Suncoast  Mobile Music and dined on a  delicious roast beef dinner provided by Don and the kitchen  staff. Door prizes and spot  dance prizes added to the fun of  the evening.  The nine-hole Ladies played  imtlieir Wisebird Eclectic April  21 and 28. Jan Robertson won  this event with a net 36. Runner-  up was Marg Neilson with a  38.5.  The first day's low net winners were Barb Harvey (38),  Lee Redman (39), and Tlielttia  Manning (44). The second day  low net was won by Jan Robert-  Twenty-eight  turn out to  mixed twilight  son (37), followed by Marg  Neilson (43.5) and Marg Bevan  (46.5).  Mixed Twilight had 28 players tuni out on Monday evening,  lsobel Cowley and Al Heaven  were the winners with a low net  score of 24.75. Jean Roberts and  Les Cowley tied with Tom  Flieger and Harry Johnson, each  learn posting a 29 net.  George Bayford and Harry-  Cargo had only 12 putts, while  Nan McFarlane and Wall Faule-  fer tied with Maureen Partridge  and Bill Clark, with 13 each.  The Senior Men played ���  through 19 showers, as counted -  by Art Manning. The team of  Ray Phillips, Al Boyes, Jim j  Butitain, Lome Gregory and ]  Larry Boyd took first place.  In second place were Ian  Kirkland, Bert Cheal, Jack  Knaus, Rudy Critcil and Art  Manning, this last player managing to strike the ball when he  wasn't counting raindrops. The  tees were awarded to Harry  WiHxhnan, Bill Lawrence, Neils  Hansen and Bob Urquhart. Ray  Phillips was "closest lo the pin"  again.  We play on a beautiful  course so please keep il lhal way  - throw your litter in the containers, not on the ground.  1    ^oJac ',v  Ivinni'1'' _^^^_���  ^^^^^ ' SaltWater* Licences A���^.-^  ' Motel A Campsites 'Water Taxi *'*"'       ,  ' Maiine Repairs'      ' Iie ami Tatklu        8HI-22I,Ij J  /TRECISE PAINTING & PLASTER^  ��� All Pluws of Drywall  ��� Compl��r Custom Piloting  ��� Fire & Water Damage  ��� Journeyman Workmanship  IN-alt  886-0928 FittBuliMtct  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  Vance  886-91997  LANDSCAPING  Trees Tree Service  Tree Surgeon i   884-526:1 (24 hrs  ���PnininR ���*   15"  ��� Shaping  ��� DaltKt'l Tiee  Removal  rutiv 'mured     We Buy Timber t.p-ti Th- bc.i  iii#.:  Lublin  Limhinu & Topping |  Land Ct(Mriiin  S & G TREE SERVICE  i  Topping ��� Trimming ���Pruning ��� Brush Chipper  Danger Tres Removal  Bonded and Insured ��� 20 Years Experience  885-3897  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE )  Custom Cutting - Planing  Bevel Siding > Posts & Beams  Chris Nappir 886-3468  R.RJ4, S6, C78,  Gibsons. B.C. VON 1V0  MARINE SERVICES  &  'uccaneer  Marina ii Rf.sort Ltd  Luialletl hi SeLie! Ular- 885/888  MARINE SPECIALISTS l\ YEARS  SALES - SERVICE -REPAIRS  K 4 C Thermoglass ligamf. V^U -'  Cobia Boats now   earn     ���-* V-aaV-J***-  In-Stock  i;i-*i:wij:4'l  "outboards  PARTS  COTTRELLS MARINE SERVICE  Tha Sunshina  Coast's Evinrude j  Dealar  FBATUNH6:  THE AU NEW  SPITFIRE SERIES  STIHL  CHAINSAWS  & TRIMMERS  Kill Y  Sales and Service  731 North Road, Gibsons ��� 886-2912  POOLS & SPAS  PRECISE LEISURE PRODUCTS  k Rollerblade DEMO VAN  Come Roller Skating with lis  Gibsons Park Paza  Sat May, 16  &  Trail Bay Mall  Sun. May, 17  loom-4 pm  VA/  AU  PADS  L20%0FF  fa**  \t"       \< i"      y/'/  BAY SALE ONLY   ;  til i1^. _?J tl^Yj I W*  KIDS MICftOBLADES SIZES 1-6  reg.$100.00 SALE $7788  MEN'S k WOMEN'S ZETRABLADE  REG. $179.98 SALE $\A J 88  WAIL AVE. 8, COWRIE ST., SECHELT885-2512  NEW SUMMER HOURS  Mon - Sat ��� 9 - 6  Friday *9-9  Sunday 10-5  IS?     < 18  Coast News, May 11.1992  ,ty ii, i^^i.    _^aam************************************J  Pay for 2 inserts -*��-��� -~ <" ''^B�������  ^   ~T/    ���     ^^oF^ni?^/       - Gibsons*  -G^if 4 inserts  --. Gibsons &  ^^   Sechelt Offices  Homes &  Property  2 bdrm home on 6 acies with  1008 sq II shop in Welcome  Woods aiea A must see 885-  0950 ��22w  New. 3 bdim. by owner.1250 sq  ll w/double gaiage. 2 I balhs.  fireplace, vaulted ceiling, comet  lol. app 60.120 No GST No  agenls Gibsons $138,500. 886  3138 121  House wilh workshop on I 6  acies Gibsons area Ideal lot  hobby laim Close lo school and  shopping centres Enquue Bo.  : 376. c/o Coasl News. Boa 460.  | Gibsons. BC VON IVO      ��.'i W  j"ACREAGE NEAR SECRET  I COVE" Seiviced, easy beach  I access $67.500.1-224-6180  ss  New 3 bdrm by builder 1400 sq  II. Finished. 3 appl. moitgage  Helper down $164,900 Call Ciarg  885-0946 eves. ��20w  Paradise comei 3/4 acie over-  looking Gibsons Harbour. 10 mins  to yacht marina, quiet, evergreens  background on Gibsons Creek  tavirs Foi multi-development All  services. 886-7870 ��20w  3 bdrm 2 level home, 11/2 balhs.  30'x15' woikshop in Madeira  Paik, $92,000.1-874-0960. #2 len  14x70 Fleetwood Mobile Home. 3  bdrms, 1 1/2 balhs, shingled tool.  4 appl., located in Gibsons on  sunny 1 acie with lawn & fiurl  trees. $115,000 886-3985   #19w  1    Homes &  Property  Stillwater. Soulh Powell Rivei  Basement home, view, beach.  $84.900487-9334 IS  2 iiniusiii.li lots on Venluie Way  Price reduced $145,000 oilers  9460465 "I9w  Wanled Pnvale txopeity homes.  No agenls please 885-9071  eves ��l9w  Soames Poml ��� Laige 4 bedioom,  home with levenue oi guest cot  lage on lully landscaped lol  Exceptional maslei bdim with  ensurle Close lo leny. beach J  legional paik Coinei ol Feeney'  OwenRd $197.500886-2182 ss  New cedar log cabin (model-no  land included) Melal null appro.  420 sq II plus loll below cosl  pnee, asking $14,000 298 5215  ��19w  By owner Twin Oaks Strata  Townhouse wilh attached carport  Two bdrm . laige sloiage room,  patio, appis & window coverings  Phone886-3460alt 6pm  ��l9cn  ANDERSON REALTY  ��� Recreation ��� Retirement  ��� Relocation  PRU  CATALOOUI  if 81- Cowne SI   Box 1219  Sechell B C VON 3A0  885-3211 iAX 815-2199  V,m  loll Free 684-8016  CLASSIFICATIONS  I. Home A Property  >.    Births  :i.    Obituaties  -1.    In Memorial!!  3.    Thank You  6. Personal  7. Announcement  8. Personal Services  ��,    Weddings A  Engagements  10.  Lost  II. Found  12. Pets A Livestock  13. Music  14. Travel  19. Wanted  1��. Free  17. Oarage Sales  18. Barter A Trade  19. Appliances  20. Furniture  21. For Sale  22. Heavy Equipment  23. Autos  24. Trucks  25. Campers  26. Marine  27. Mobile Homes  28. Motorcycles  29. Wanted to Rent  30. Bed and Breakfast  31. For Rent  32. Commercial lor Rent  33. Entertainment  34. Help Wanted  35. Business and Home  Services  38. Work Wanted  37. Child Care  38. Business Opportunities  39. Legal  40. Too Lata to Classify  I  I  ssSSe  At any of our convenient  Friendly  People Places  In Pender Harbour  MARINA PHARMACY 813-2118  AC BUILDING SIIPPLIF.S 88.1 MSI  In Halfmoon Bay  tt*J STORE 88S.94.l1  In Davis Bay  PENINSt ll.A MARKET MIS-TOI  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 88.",-.MHO  DEADLINE IS 3:00 PM THURSDAY  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  ataman      5521 enwric sum 885-3930  ���*    In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  (behind Dm ksirli- Pharmacy) 886-2622  DEADLINE IS NOON FRIDAY  There's always setvice with a smile when you  place your classifieds at B&J Store, our  Friendly People Place in Halfmoon Bay.  t  Langdale. by ownei. attractive  1056 sq. It 2 bdim. bungalow on  83.163 lol 690 sq. It. linished  bsml. 2 FP. insert in bsml. New  double windows and carpel, carport and cedar siding exterior.  886-9290. "19ss  1    Homes &  Property  Lowei Gibsons Lol 37. Cochrane  Rd Good level building lol, wilh  lane access al teat, close lo  beach A manna $57,500 Call 883  9435 '19  f*  1  1 dour too. ar 'I js ftjaanc- 01 siuaVig  Douse] a looS ^f rl ��s *a��kw>9 paHvaM  achme what they mint out ol Ma'  Nn (Juration About ltIM  CALL  KEN NIII-AKSMIIII  885-6277  SltWNSHS.LIYHIC  sriomwoosi secheii   lu-site   Pendei Harbour semi waletlionl.  3 bdim. split level home. 16.34  shop on 1/2 acie ��� overlooking  Headwalei Manna, peilecl loi  boater Now only $154,000 883-  9317 ��20  48' > 330' ol prime low bank  waterlront in Gibsons Harbour  neai Gibsons Manna. House  needs repair but could be lined  up tor recreational or rental use.  Ptoperty zoned Tourist Commei-  cial (C-21 Double garage plus  sloiage shed. $189,500. Phone  Jenniler 1-689-7070. ss  1/2 acie lol Lohn Rd, Redioolls,  controlled subdivision. $49,500.1-  228-9680. ss  New 1340 sq. It. lanchei. 3 bdrm,  2 balhs. 2 car gaiage on Fawn  Rd. $129,000 885-7972 or 885-  5405 1121  Davis Bay, view, 3 bdrm, 2 balh,  den, 21.p., lamily room, carport  $154,900 885-7750 No agenls.  #19cn  Laige Lot in Selma Paik. 3 bdim,  2 bath. 2 f/p. A in-law suite.  $145,000 885-5489 evenings, ss  GAMBIER ISLAND  $118,000 Over 1 acre ol unique  semi-waterfront with 2 bdrm.  log cabin, sundeck, shop and  carport, t/2 acre fenced with  gardens and Iruit trees. 886-  4917. No agents please.    TFN  2 1/2 acre serviced lot lor sale,  near Seciel Cove. 224-6180.  ss  View lot, watei. hydro, $42,000  lirm. Chamberlin A Central, Gibsons. 886-9049. ss  Stillwater, Soulh Powell Rivet.  Basement home, view, beach,  $98.000.487-9334. ss  New quality buill home, YMCA  Rd., Langdale. 3 bdim up ensuite,  soaker tub, angle showei, corner  sink. Main bathroom combination  bath/shower unit, 2 bdrm. down-  staiis wilh bathioom tub/showei.  Laige utility room, mmpus 100m,  2 car garage. 885-4616,885-2735  eves. ss  1900 square loot 3 bdrm ranchei  woodslove/eleclnc heat. 5 appl,  gieat view, $199,000 886-7844  #19  3   Obituaries  ROWLAND - Passed away May  6.1992, Lillian Dotoltiy Rowland,  late ol Gibsons, in her 87th yeai.  Predeceased by hei husband  Fiank. Survived by 2 sons, Bob  and wile Jan. ol Gibsons, Slan  and wile Joan, ol Meruit. 1 dan-  trier. Elsie and husband Howaid  Rogers, ol Burnaby, 10 grandchildren, and 2 nieces. Mrs Rowland  lived in Gibsons loi the past 20  yeais and leaves many friends.  Private cremation arrangmenls  through Devlin Funeral Home.  Remembrance donations may be  malo Ihe Hospice Fund, Kiwanis  Care Home, Gibsons. "19  LISTE - Passed away May 7,  1992, Hazel Lisle, late ol Sechell  in hei 81st year. Survived by 2  daughters; Bernice MrJer of Langley; Paulene Uste ol Parksville;  5 grandchildren; 1 great-granddaughter; and 1 brother. Lloyd  House. Memorial service Monday  May Hat 2:00pm in St. John's  United Church, Sechelt. Rev. Bet  Ramsey officiating Cremation.  Devlin Funeral Home, directors.  Flowers gratefully declined.   #19  5.   Thank You  My sincere thanks to Dr. Myhill-  Jones, all the staff at Totem  Lodge, Shorncliffe and St. Mary's  for the caie and attention given to  my lale wife Gerda over the  years. Werner Bom and Sons.  #20w  Are you a woman 111 an unhappy  rel.ilionship, do you need to talk7  Call the Sunshine Coasl Transition House loi conlidenlial 24 hi  service 885-2944. TFN  Independent S/W children giown.  smokei. modeiate drinker (bul  healthy) would like lo meel man  with good sense ol himselt in sun  11,11 situation Musl be able to  laugh aboul lite, love and itcalii II  you can lelale lo this please write  I Box 377. c/o Coasl News, Boa  460. Gibsons, BC. ��2IW  Do you watch "The Dating Game'  oi "Studs" and wish lhal you weie  on TV meeiing the male ol your  dreams? Well you wont be on TV.  bul you can still meel that special  someone Foi liee inlormation call  886-9372 #21  Attention Subscnbeis!! Local resident ol Sunshine Coasl would like  a pen pal. Please write: RR1, Sue  I, Comp. 26. Gibsons, BC. VON  1V0. #21  BURSARY  Gibsons Business s Professional  Women's Club is offering a bursary lo a mature woman furthering her education. Applicants  should provide details of course ol  sludy. biiel personal summary  and leasons seeking bursaiy.  Must be submitted by May 31,  1992 lo P.O. Box 1012, Gibsons,  BC VON IVO. #20W  SWM 50 would like 10 meel a  pelite lady who enjoys Ihe outdoors, dancing, fishing, dining out.  baibeques. Doing Ihings togethei.  I'm an easy going guy so don't be  shy. Wiite 10 Box K, c/o Boxx 68,  Coast News Sechelt, BC VON  3A0 #19w  Friendly group waiting foi youi  company. C.A.M.E.O. Singles  Club. Mary 886-7825. Nick 886-  7054, Maureen 885-5633   #19w  Wantedll 1001 weight watchers to  invest in theii heallh. Eat anything  and lose 10 lo 29 lbs. in the next  30 days. 100% natural, doctor  recommended. 886-2855. #19cn  7.   Announcement  Does someone in youi lamily  have a dunking problem'' Call Al  Anon 886 9903. 885 7484. 886-  9059 AlAleen 886-2565     NC  FOOT  MASSAGE   Certified  Rellexologrst al Ihe Cieek Han  Salon Thuis 4 Fri allemoons  Please phone foi appointment  886 923401885 5512       ��20W  BROOKS ft MILLER  F100R C0VERIN6S LTD.  Bimii .1111111 Mooie Paints  Enaironmenl  Irrend'a Pain's     a��*-  Allenlion home and RV owners.  Finally a thiee stage portable,  compact walei system that  removes 11 different toxic contaminants. For pure drinking waler,  call 886-2855. #l9cn  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-7883.24 hour line.       TFN  KENDAN CEDAR  PRODUCTS  Great Mother's Day Gift  lattice ��� Trellis  Planters ��� Pafio Furniture  Quality Workmanship  MASON RD. SECHELT  Shop: 885-3282  Res. 885-6221  POTTERY SALE  Handcrafted stoneware by  ELAINE FUTTERMAN and MIKE  ALLEGRETTI, CREEK CLAY-  WORKS OPEN HOUSE Sal and  Sun., May 30 A 31,10am to 4pm,  1738 Lockyei Rd., Roberls Creek.  Phone 885-2395 for info or'direc-  tions. #21W  GRAND OPENING  Tuesday May 12th ^  J JLLIiSOCmSi  *i3ine fining on Ik Q/Untat^toiit  Open For Lunch & Dinner  Hours: Tuesday - Sunday  11:30am - Midnight  Fullv   cl"scd M"nday    au  885-0900  5663 Teredo Street (at Inlet) Sechelt  LADIES IN TRANSITION  Contact Kathiyn at 682-0260 days  01 885-7823 after 7 pm. For an  idea lo help you financially or to  reduce youi peisonal stress and  add that extra eneigy needed at  this time. #20  Teachei will tutor Mam/Science  Qlbsons to Madeiia Rels. 883-  2405 #19  di1?iclro fififrjrii  Unique Sllkscreened and  Handprinted Garments  GRAND RE-OPENING  May 14th  Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt  "Lots ot Specials"  Adull children of Alcoholics 01 dis-  functional families please call  886-3849 01885-4622 foi help.  NC  MAPLE LEAF 56  Skipper-chartered sailing, fishing  in scenic Strait of Georgia. 6 pel-  son max., $500 per day. 885-  7585 eves. #21W  MASSAGE WORKSHOP: Learn  basic massage. Instructor: David  Dressier, R.M.T. Sal., May 16,  11:30-2:00, FitCo, 743 North Rd.  $25 payable by May 13 at FitCo  01 Gibsons Health Centre. Info:  886-4606, 886-3622 Paitner is  possible. #20  BARK  MULCH  by container  load  886-7033  Ladies English riding jackel, grey,  size 12. Western ladies size 12  shirt. 886-9346 alt. 5:30 pm.TFNs  Learn lo scuba dive. Professional  instructors. Full Padi Certification.  Sasport Scuba. 885-9830    TFN  Aiound Gibsons, white cat wilh  tabby patches. It you've seen hei  again, please call 886-8445.  11901  Hearing Aid in Sechelt. 885-7915  #19  Light biown leather baseball glove  last seen at Gibsons elementary  field 2, between Apr. 14-16. Glove  belongs to coach of Tads, needs  bad! badly, will pay reward. Name  on it, Tony VanBrabenl. 886-  3995. #1901  12. Pets &  Livestock  We buy beer bottles ind beer  cms, paying 80 ��/doz. 886-  ���031 TFH  WEIGHT WATCHERS  New 10 week session beginning  Wed., May 20. For more into call  Carol 886-7454. #20W  LOG ENDS  by container  load  886-7033  White female spayed cal. 885-  9552. *M  FAIRWAY STABLES  Now open In Roberts Creek.  Bosrdlng, training, lessons.  Certified Level I English coach.  Lots of trills nearby. Leslie  MS-5423. ��1W  Free Puppre Spnnow and Sheep.  Available May 21 883-2231   #19  Wanled Maltese male dog loi  bleeding Not too old 885-9693  tarn  Shaiper pup. lemale. 5 mos old.  $400 886-8571 ��19oi  HEMLOCK/BALSAM  WOOD SHAVINGS   loi hoise  bedding (no cedai) Gibsons  Sand A Gravel. 886 8511 eves  8852008 TFN  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Conlacl Then A Now Furniture.  699 Highway 101, Gibsons  886-  4716 tn Malice Fashions      NC  Help leduce Ihe pel ovei population problem spay tn neulei youi  pet. NC  Beautilul Lab X puppies loi sale.  Avail May 30 885-5527      #20  LLAMAS FOR SALE Females A  males now avail. Exc. breeding  slock with greal disposition.  Cedar Ridge Faim, 1127 McKen-  zie, Abbolsloid Call 1-859-7252.  #20  Blue Heelei fiee lo good home  wilh acieage. 988-0626       #20  4  m  9   Appliances  Upright tieezei $300. 3 way  Indge/slove A sink loi boal/lrailei  $500 and misc ilems 885-4812  ���21  Wattle cone makei loi rce-oeam  hurt cones. $400 OBO 886 7522  �� 886 7955    Wl��  15'Gurney fl Indge hg: 30* Gurney stove h g; almond Gibson It  Indge; polai small bai Indge:  woodgiain door, very mce. $149;  Viking 15'2 r*�� tig Iridge. $349;  Admiral 30" hg, stove seH-dean,  $279, While West H 30* slove.  sett dean, corning cooktop. $29?;  Speed Oueen, almond dryei.  $179. Inglis portable washei,  $289; Inglis supei B 17 c.l  almond Indoe fl. $449. Gibson 16  c I almond II Indge. $379. and  more 90 days 10 Iwo yeais war  renty Call B|Otn 885-7897 or Cor-  neiCupboaid 885-4434.      #20  Will buy nonwoiking major appliances. 885-7897 #20  WANTED: Old '45' records for  school music piogiam. 885-2144  #19  Foi Sale: Upiighl piano alter May  31 $1800.886-0995 Lyn Vernon  #21  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  #  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  Yamaha PSR ��� 19 electronic keyboard/stand and adaptor, $270;  Alia pio II R.S. stray cat piolessional electric guitar. $150. 885-  3547 0(886-7069. #20W  Yvonne Bairie is now woiking as  an oulside sales rep for Elite  Ttavel. Call 886-4862 01 886-  2522. #20W  15. Wanted  Top $ paid Idi military items.  Rifles, bayonets, badges, medals.  886-7591. #29cn  9.9 hp Johnson lor parls.Eaily  1970's Transom mount and turning pivots must be intact. Call  885-7906. #21  Child's dresser 885-0800 after  6pm. #21w  Wanted: Acorn 01 Franklin wood  stove $50. Phone 886-8719 #21w  Hairdresser who does hair in her  home. Call 885-9997. #20  9 0110II. Davidson row 01 sailboat good condition. 885-3123.  #21  Utility trailer. 885-5416        #20  Cement mixei, campei 8-9-1/2',  newei cond., 686-8382 eves. #20  Old ��� anlique caipenlers A cabinet  makers tools, also old toy trains A  metal toys. Call collect 576-6370.  #21cn  GIBSONS WINTER CLUB Annual Flea Market June 7. For table  rentals, phone Kathy at 886-8155  days, 886-3211 eves.      #20oi  Garage sale Sun., May 17 10-4  Narrows Rd., household misc.,  outdoor furniture. #19cn  Moving out! Sat. May 16-17 2838,  Hwy 101. Roberts Creek. 886-  2834 #19  Sat, Sun, Mon. May 16th, 17th A  18th. MOVING SALE. Dining  100m suite A bullet, microwave  table, mirror, bookcase, shelves A  much more. 8099 Northwood Rd.  10:00-4:00. #19  Household odds A ends. 5783  Mermaid St., Sechelt. Rain or  Shine. May 16th -10-2 A 17th -  11-2. #19  Sat., May 16 lots of goodies,  10am-2pm. 995 Grandview Rd.  (east of Pratt Rd.) No early birds  please. #19W  Floral sola A chair, exc. cond. The  first $150 takes. 886-9189.   #20  Dresser A night stand, $250:  hutch A night sland, $250; desk,  $150; Singer treddle in beautiful  cabinet, $300; oveisize loveseat  wilh gold A oak trim A spindles,  $300; Fischer slereo, $100; AGS  colour TV, $150; Shaipe's convection microwave, $150; occasional chairs, $50 each. 886-  3087. #21W  Dining   room,   solid   wood,  mahogany table c/w 5 chaiis.  $300 886-9856 (leave message)  ��20w  Teak triple dresser wilh mirror, 4  drawer chest, night table $12S,  diopleal dining table, 4 chaiis  $450. double bed wilh headboard,  as new $200.885-7420.      #21  Why buy used, buy new. solid  pine table. 4 chaiis $300, pair twin  beds with lutons $250 each.; solid  pine rolllop desk $425, children*'  lable A 4 chairs, $125.12 place  setting Stonehenge Midwinter  $100. Rattan glass table A 4  chaiis $300 885-3655 021  Deluxe chrome kitchen table, 48-  60', 2-12" leaves, 6 chairs, good  cond., $150.886-8866.    #20cn  Antique - bullet - china cabinet A  hossier. 885-0950. #20  Sola hide-abed. $450; lecliner  chair. $150; kingsize waleibed,  $250. All in exc. cond, 886-8866.  ���20  Oueen bed, exc. cond., $100;  twin, $50.685-2727. #20  Small dining room suite, table,  bullet and 6 chaiis. Excellent condition, all wood, $800 OBO. 885-  4735. #20W  Sola A chaii, beige tweed, high  back, $350.885-3358. #20  21. For Sale  ORIENTAL CARPETS  Invest in the kixiiry ol ��� beaulF  tut hand knotted wool carpel  To view call Oriental Reflects Mfr71X�� Ml  Electnc medi-chan. practically  new Phone 885 6222 #21  Wakenzed, 2101 low hews, bars  and chains included. 1991 model,  $900 OBO 83211. ask lor Bnan.  ��20W  3 spd 10* radial arm saw, $150;  Drmplex radiant heatei, $50; 5  spd 3(4 HP dull piess, $150  Phone 886-7649 #20W  Jack A Jill fresh chicken sale.  Conlacl Heather 886 4992 or PM  8864869 ��19cn  New piolessional worm dnve at  culai saw, 71/4", 13 amp, $160.  886-3107 ��20W  Sanyo portable cellular phone  compact, light weight, eigonomic  design gup belt. $850 OBO 886-  7097 ss  Sacrifice Building Sale Three  new cedai windows, 10k 4 1/2  $550 each; black A peach Chinese maible tile, $4 per sq. It.  mortar induded. 883-9550. #19W  Rhododendions and azaleas,  same low prices $350$10. NO  GST. Laige selection. Open  Thuis. thtu Sunday, Robeils  Cieek Nursery, 2569 Lower Rd.  886-2062. #19W  Clear out sale ol Miles and shotguns. 8867591. #19cn  GENESIS concert tickets lor June  14 at BC Place. 886-9799. ��20cn  Swing set - galvanized, good  cond., $60; 2 kids' bikes lot 5 to 7  yis., 8 to 10 yrs., $20 each; 1  scooter, $15. Call Jim or Aii 886-  3148. #1901  Firewood for sale $85 cord. All  types Toll free 1 -977-9989    #19  Airco Gas furnace Good cond.  $315 885-6276 ss  Apartment size dryer $150; 3/4  mattress A box spring $85 886-  3929 #19w  IBM Selectiic II typewriter, $150.  886-8771. TFNs  SALE  8' cedar 4x4's, $6 each. 885-  5031. ss  LUMBER SALE  2x10 - 70��iUn. R.; 2x6 - 30��/Un  Ft. All mill tun Douglas Fir.  Gibsons Mobile Saw Service.  866-3468. #21cn  TASSOILTopsoil-BarkMulch-  Mushroom Manuie. Phone anytime 885-5669. TFN  Float house, 750 sq. II. one  bdrm.. propane appliances, wood  heat. $12,800 OBO. 885-1942 ss  SAWDUST Hemlock/Balsam lor  gardening and horse bedding.  Cedar and bark mulch loi other.  Gibsons Sand A Gravel Ltd. 886-  8511 eves. 885-2008.        TFN  HAY/Striw$4.00/B��le  GARDEN MULCH HAY  $3.50/Bsle  OATS/WHEAT .10/lb.  Phone 885-9357  TFN  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  885-5644  TFN  4" PVC solid 01 perforated pipe,  $11;ABS4:$23;3:$15;2:$10;1  1/2". $8, all 10' lengths, will deliver 886-3910. TFN  CEDAR SHAKES A LUMBER,  any size. Will custom cut. 885-  5669 or 885-5601. TFN  6 cyl. Ford marine diesel, 4 -1  capilol gear. $6500. o.b.o., or  tiade lor tractor plus cash, 886-  9981. ss  Firewood - alder $85; Cottonwood  $95, lit $105 Ftee delivery 886-  9372  ' #19w  Turbo Grafix with five playet  adapter, lour games. Two controllers $250 885-5007      #19w  Old house on blocks. Must be  moved. Otters 885-5466    #19w  USED RAILWAY TIES lor retaining walls.; Unscreened topsoil  $110 load. 886-8204. S3;  Imagewriter LO printer lot Macintosh 260 DPI wide carnage, dust  cover, cables, exc. cond., $700.  885-3342 #20  30' Viking range, $60; Zero Clearance fireplace A chimney, $120;  ornate cast watei rads. 294-1941  or886-8291. #20  New deplh sounder, Kelvin Hughes 600 It. 4" paper readout, transduce! $375, retail $795. VHF  hand held leather case, 99 channel FMR $295; 2.2 Meic outboard  $475; Older kitchen slove $45;  Zeio clearance fireplace $75;  ornate hot wafer rads $100 each;  lemale mannequin 6ft. $295; old,  laige, heavy, moving trunk, drawers inside, $110 294-1941    #21  Kitchen hutch, fold-away cot,  divers wet suite 611., kerosene  heater 886-3108 #19w  Sleel cargo container, 8x81/2x20,  dean, dry, weather light. Assume  our lease, $l40/mo , or buy  $1700 plus taxes. 885-2400.  #21W  Satellite dish with remote, $1800  060; GE washer, McClary dryer,  gd. woiking cond., $300 lor set.  885-7077. #21W  Table A 4 chaiis, $65; neai new  Westmount fibreglass canopy,  $850 dim. 886-3845.        #19cn  IBM 640K, 20meg h.d. keyboard  A monitor $600. IBM Seleclric  $150886-7975 (21  $3500 worth of Ftanklin Mint. A  steal lor $1500 For inio call David  885-6413 #21  Walnut sideboard by Kaufman  $200, 73 Fold pickup parts, 68  Cadillac rear end A misc. parts,  new plumbing A heating service  parts 1/2 wholesale. '83 Malibu  slationwagon 50,000 miles $2750  886-8803 Michael. #21  Acetylene torch gages and hose  $50, toolbox fits standard pickup  $50885-7478 #21  105000 BTU oil lurnace, bathroom vanity c/w sink (teal) 6 alum.  frame windows c/w screens A  storms, assl. sizes. Aft. 5 pm 886-  9969. #20  Mountain bike, race ready, many  extras. $400 OBO 886-2978 #20  Dahlia tubers, top Selma Paik  Road. 885-9820. Planted now  they will provide bouquets ol  blooms July till frost. #20  ttMaaaataam  maamaWkawM Coast News, May 11, 1992  19  Take Advantage ctfour- JVeu> Classified Ad Special  Run your classified ad 6 times,  and pay for only 2 times!  Coast News (Monday)  Classified Deadline:  Noon Friday  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  Free: 2 eiceiieul books with purchase of King James vetsion New  Testament on 12 cassette tapes  lor $30 any lime 885-4876 messages. #20  Filly 8 II cedar lence posls.  Heavy duly ion bai, 15 0 18'  shakes, culling loich A gauges.  885-2630 #21  5 It. aluminum sliding glass door,  aluminum screen dooi. Oilers.  886-9051 #2lw  Apple III courier good condition, double d M dnve, lull size  cokii munilui, wr, memory A joystick. 885 3849 ��21w  24 1/2 cubic I,- I Ireezer. good  condition, $1 lt\ double moon  soakei tub, boney acrylic linish.  nevei used, new $475, asking  $300,886-7255 #2lw  Ptnlex 35 mm camera. 1:2 -  50mm - 1:35 ��� 200 mm lens.  Hanimex Hash, hard case, filters,  $375,883-9288 #21w  Teck - 8 Underground electrical  cable new 260' $400,886-8869  HI*  DOWN-TO-EARTH  Top Ouhlily baik mulch, topsoil,  mushroom manure, delivered ot  you pick up. also paving stones.  Ramon 885-7692. #21  -ii  1989 Hyundai Excel, 5 sp., low  mileage, still undei wananly,  super stereo unit, $5800 OBO  885-9508 or 685-5325      #22W  Revitalized 1969 Mercedes-Benz  230, new paint, interior ��� sunrool,  snows, Imled windows, extra dies  mounted. $6950 886-2626.#19cn  Moving musl sell. Fiidge, stove,  washer/dryer, 4 yrs old. good  shape. Queer, we waterbed, end  tables plus much more. 885-7891  #19w  22   Heavy  Equipmer  350 John Deeie Crawler and  Backhoe. 886-7013.        #20W  955 CAT loader $10,000 885-  2503 S3  '73 Ford 1 T f/d dump, tandem  axel ttailer, bobcat. Oilers 886-  8204. #20  BOBCAT &  MINI EXCAVATOR  J-0R RENT  AiTWwtents available  DAtDv'EEK, MONTH  886-8538  Bobcat lor Ml, very good lates.  Phone belore 1:00 am or aller  5:00 pm. 886-4668 #21 w  Portable welder - Miller. Compiele  w/leads compressor, portable  devilbiss w/11 HP Honda gas  molor, elec. start. 885-0950 #20  1989 Hyundai Excel CX 5sp, low  mileage, still under warranty,  super stereo unit. $5800 OBO  895-9508 or 885-5325       ��19w  Classic '68 Mercury Cougar, runs  exc, $2000 OBO. 886-3166. #20  '69 California QS Buick Ramair, 2  dr. post, $1500 firm. 885-6077.  ���20  1987 Mazda 626 Turbo, $9000  OBO. 886-8622. #20  1986 Jeep Cherokee 4x4,78,000  kms. Aulo, Great cond. $8,000  895-5322 #19  1981 Ford Fairmont Wagon  107,000 kms, no rust, clean.  Alpine slereo $1900 885-3736 ss  1983 Nissan Senlra, auto, good  cond. low mileage $2,995 885-  3300 #19  Low Cost  Autos  LAST CHANCE  To own your dieam prestige car.  1987 Nissan Maxima, luxury  model wilh full electronic features.  One owner. Only 31,000 true  kms. $11,500 No GST. To view,  call 885-2418 eves. #19  79 AMC Spirit 304 4 sp, black N  black, gd. cond., $2800. 886-  9791. K1W  1974 Dalsun 260Z alpine stereo,  mags, spinner hubs, Pirelli tires,  new brakes, exc. shape $3500  OBO 886-7378 S3  1983 Chevrolet Malibu Station  wagon 50,000 miles, 350V8,  ps/pb $2750 886 8083        #19  1986 Foid Escort, 2 dr, HB, exc.  cond, 106,000 kms, $2300 OBO.  886-9290. ��19cn  1976 AMC Pacei, 2 door, gd.  cond, $500 Mm 886 2088 #20W  1987 Oldsmobile Cutlass,  supreme - an cond; exc cond. last  of its style $8800 coltectoi's item  886-7180 #19  1989 Dodge Omni 36,000 kms,  PT. wananty. $5500OBO 886  8922 ss  1990 Fend Aerostar, XL 7 passenger A-1 condition, $14,900. 886-  8481. ss  4-14' Spinner Hubcaps. 886-9346  after 5pm NC  1980 Lincoln Versailles Collector's  item. exc. cond. $3000.886-2826  '88 Mercury Topaz, like new,  $5500.886-2833 or 886-7484. ss  1986 Pontiac 6000 4 dr, 4 cyl,  auto, PS/PB, powei dt. locks,  AC. AM/FM stereo. $4995 OBO.  886-2111 or 896-9018. SS  CASH PAID  For Some Cats And Trucks  Dead Car Removal  Abex Used Auto Parts  and Towing  886-2020  TFN  1973 Supei Beetle, $2500 OBO.  883-9234. ss  1980 Camaro 305 auto, T-Tops,  Rally rims, $2600. 885-7113.  ss  PRICES SLASHED!  'Basedon48mo AK laaesmd OAC  1990 FORD ESCORT LX 4Di.  bke new. AM/FM cassette, an  cond, cruise control. We  linance zero    down.  $230/���.*  1990 MERCURY TOPAZ GS.  Aulomalic. This vehicle equipped with all the options. We  linance - zero down OAC.  $250/ino/  ���tiSBBltai���    J  1990    CHEV S10 PICKUP  AM/FM cassette, low kms, 4 cyl  engine, cloth interior. We  linance - zero down OAC.  $175/mo.*  1976 New Yorker, A-1 cond, low  mileage $1900 886-9025       ss  CHEAPIFBI/U.S. SEIZED  89 Mercedes $200; 86 VW, $50;  87 Meicedes$100; 65 Mustang,  $50. Choose from thousands  starling $25. FREE 24 hour  recording reveals details 801 -379-  2935 Copyright #BC104JC.  #22  Used Camaro T-Top. $495 for the  set, wilh covets, 886-9500 anytime, ss  1974 Oldsmobile, new biakes and  exhaust. Mechanically sound,  $2400 OBO. 885-1943. S3  1985 Toyola LE Van Deluxe  $6,000 OBO 886-2699      #19w  1969 Cadillac Convert. $1300 Call  885-9368 #21  1980 Horizon 2 dr, hb, 4 speed fp  $575 phone 885-6156      #19cn  "MUST SELL MOVING!" 1982  Sapporo/Challenger bought last  year lor $3500 No reasonable  offer refused. 685-2630       #21  1972 Gran Torino, 2 dr, 351  Cleveland, auto, w/shil! kit $500  OBO phone 886-3617.886-2912  Two 1978 Honda Civics for parts,  1973 Camaro lor parts. 885-7891  ���19w  1976 Corvette, hp 350, auto, ps,  pb, needs paint, $7000 OBO 885-  7891 #19w  72 VW Bug. exc for parts $200.  886-9856 (leave message) #20w  1981 Buick Rivieia. Fully loaded.  92,000 kms. Good clean shape.  $4000 OBO Call David, 885-6413  #20  fer��  1980 CHEV BLAZER 4X4. Full  size. Running boards, removable hard top. Excellenl tunning  cond.  1987 HONDA ACCORD LX  4 Dr. Aulomalic, AM/FM cas-  se'.te. cruise, mi, cloth Interior.  We  linance  -  zero down.  $281/mo.'OAC.  1989 Dynasty LE, 4dr, $8700,  OBO 8850926 #20  1980 Ford Mustang, 2 dr hardtop,  good oond. $1800 OBO 885-7897  ���20  1979 Z28,350 plus hp. Musl sell.  Besl offer 885-2248 #20  1981 Ford Fairmont s/wagon very  dean. $32001969 Buick s/wagon  Offers. 885-3336 #20  1979 Ford Fairmont, 2 dr, 6 cyl  auto, am/lm cassette, some lust  $650 lirm 886-4795 #21  1981 Jeep Wagonaiie, 130,000  kms, fully loaded $3800 885-3655  #21  1982 Nissan Stanza, H/B, auto,  PS/PB, cruise $1900 OBO 885-  5894 #21  1985 Chevy Sprint, exc. cond.  $2500, Volkswagon dune buggy,  lots of spare parts. $1500. 886-  4668 #2tw  1976 Nova, 2 door hardtop, 1  owner, 87.000 oiiginal miles, 6  cyl, auto, power steering, all seivice records since new. Excellent  condilion. $850.886-7227    #19  '68 Chevy Impale, 4 dr, hard top,  40,000 original mites $2350 OBO  885-3910 David. #21 w  1978 Honda 4 dr, stn. wag. good  radiais, am/fm cass, new battery,  looks sad, burns oil, runs well  $350.886-4790 or 886-9147#21w   5*4-  1991 MAZDA 323. Automatic.  AM/FM cassette. Zero  deductible, wananty still applies.  Low. low kms. Lease return. We  linance ��� zero down. $250/mo."  OAC.  1990 MAZDA PROTEGE DX  Automatic.   Zero   deductible  wananly still applies. AM/FM  cassette. X - lease. We linance  zero down. $250/mo,' OAC.  1981 FORO THUNDERBIRD  COUPE. Air cond, fully  equipped wiih all Ihe toys. Exc.  running condilion. Must see.  -.COM     *l  M ((MM win  885-4699  nn Cieek - Field Rtl  1988 MUSTANG G.T.  Loaded, like new, 25,000 ks. one  owner, a real gem $10,500 Finn  885-2544. ss  1987 Toyola sld, 5 spd. exel  cond. L-box. 51.000 kms. $5,500  883-2234 #21  I9B3 gray. 4 dr. Ford. LTD, $750  Phone aller 6 pm 886-2507  #21  1981 Chev Caprice. Classic Landau, power windows, seals, steering, air cond $2700 OBO 885-  6109 #19  Towing ,11 j  Old car recycling I  Cash for H2-92 cars '.  and clean runners !  Free lick-up I  886-7227   eJKK"i  1985 Hyundai Pony. 4 door, aulomalic, am/fm cr selte player.  $11,500 OBO Call 886-3939 alter  5:30. #2lw  STATESALE  1986 Buick Skylark Ltd.  4 Door Sedan  51,000 kms.  V6,Fuel Injected  Air Conditioning,  Cruise, P.W., P.S.  LEATHER INTERIOR  Automatic ��� P.S. ��� P.B.  $7500  Call Al or Norm  886-7919  '81 F150 heavy halt. 6 cyl. PS.  aulomalic. gd. cond, $2500.883  2228. #21W  1966 Ford 4x4, 6cyl. $800 OBO  8858860 #21  1979 Chev pickup exc cshape.  $2500 Phone 885 9368      #21  1977 DalsunX cab. 5 spd. 4 cyl,  good cond. $900 OBO 886-8032.  ���21  1979 CMC 3/4 ton campei van.  Indge, stove, toilet, sleeps 4  $5000885-7777 #21  1985 GMC Sierra Classic, short  box. 130.000 kms, an/cruise,  excellenl condition 885-2470.  #20W  1990 Mazda cab plus suniool, HD  bumper and hitch, $9900. 885-  4862. #20W  1980 Toyola 4X4, midnight blue.  4" lift. $4500 OBO. 885-3537.  #20W  '87 Chev S10, gd. cond, new  clutch A brakes, $4900. 886-  2498. #20W  175 1/2 ton Foid, p.u. $750 886-  I 3816 #19w  1980 Fold F250 Long Van good  runner $1800 886-8900     #19w  1983 Dodge Ram van $4300  OBO 886-2223 #19  '87 Chev S15, mint condition box.  liner tape deck, 85,000 kms.  $5z900 OBO 885-3982        #19  1977 F250 crewcab, 351 mod,  aulo, P/S, canopy spare molor  and trans, $1600.886-8682.  #19ss  1988 Chev. Cheyenne 1/2 Ion  pick-up, 4.3 litre V6, PS/PB.  61,000 km, box mat, toolbox.  $8700. 885-2836,885-7413.   ss  1985 Bronco II 4X4, auto, CD  player, gd. cond, $7500 OBO.  Days 886-9332 aft. 7 eves. 886-  2983. ss  '77 Chevy Nomad, deluxe window  van. pans. 8882878. ss  1953 Chev. 1/2 ton. Rebuilt  engine. Radiais. $2700 OBO.  885-1943. ss  '83 Foid 3/4 T 6 cyl, propane,  $3500.886-8204. #20  '84 Ranger 2.3, gd. shape, needs  Iranny, $1500 OBO. 886-0115.  ���20  25. Campers  13' Scamper good cond. $2000.  Phone 886-3222. #21  1988 5th wheel 25' Travelaire.  Exc. cond. 885-2080 #19  1984 181/2 It.h wheel suitable  mid-size Iruck, good condition,  rear full bath, sleeps 4 includes  tiuck hitch A electircal. priced for  quick sale $8000 OBO 885-4739  ���2t  1979 Bellevue hardtop lenl/lrailer,  sleeps 6, good condition, $800  lirm. Phone 886-208B.      #20W  15 It tiavel trailei very clean,  $2500 OBO 886-9708       #20w  1989 Terry 18-5A 5th wheel trailer. Garage stored. Like new. Dry  weight 2670 Ib. $10,800 883-2260  #20  23' Holidaire.excellent condition  $5750 OBO will consider smaller  trailer as Irade. Phone after 5pm.  886-3374 #20w  1984 24.5 Piowler 5lh wheel, rear  full balh, new awning, good condilion phone 886-7332 alter 6pm  ��l9w  15ft Travel trailer very clean  $2500080886-9708       #19w  8'9" Okanagan'82 light weight  camper, 3 way fridge, flush toilet,  hyd lacks, lotding steps, sleeps 5,  non-smokeis, excellenl condition,  $5300 ph. after 6:00pm 885-4851  ���19  1988-24 It. 5th wheel, as new,  AM/FM cass, TV ant. roofrack,  spare tire kit, elec. lacks, 5th W.  hitch, twin 30#LP tanks, bed  spread, $18,500; 1986 F150 Lariat Explorer, good condition, air  cruise, all options, new tires,  wired brakes lor 5th Wheel,  $9500 or both lor $27,000. 885-  4114 ss  1976 Vanguard lift, solid top  camper, 3-way fridge, stove/oven,  watei heater, furnace, flush toilet,  hydraulic lacks, exc cond, $3300  080886-9768. #21(31  For sale - Boler trailer, $1950  OBO. 886-8487. ss  27   Mobile Homes    1131   For Ren  1311 aluminum boat, traater. rods,  20 h p electnc stait Meicuiy  $1650 Lawn mowei $95 00 885  7738 #19  Thundeibud 26 It sailboat, ,ust  linishing, 9 9 Evinrude, 5 saris,  $5850 886 9288 ��20cn  Hourslon 14 1/2 II. 50 HP Johnson o'b (I9B7| canvas new 1991.  $2200080 8854735      ��20W  IICWll MM*  WMITI ITI.  Ciitim mi warm  MCMMC    MNAMSl  M A B Y C    . Marine  Surveyors and Consultants!  25' lamily cruiser Chrysler 218.  Volvo leg. sland up head Galley  VHF Soundei. new canvas Al  Hoiseshoe Bay. foi quick sale  $11.000 OBO 883-9733       ��19  15lt, K.C lull canvas. 55 hp, Evintude. EZ'oad trailer $1,800 OBO  886-4854 #l9w  18 It. Bellboy hardtop. 120 Mete,  in/out board, trim tabs. VHF, CB.  sounder, bait tank, full canvas,  extras.liailer. $5500.883 9059 ss  18 1/2 fool plywood boat, mete  cruiser. I/O, cuddy cabin, compass, depth soundei anchor A  line Finders c/w trailer, excellenl  shape 885-3246 #19  1981 20' dduble Eagle hardtop  200 HP Volvo 280 leg, (H-6), Gibsons Maiina, $17,500 886-2694.  ss  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70 HP 1989-  1990 Evinrudes. Excellent condition. Lowe's Resort, 883-2456.  TFN  Yesl Thete is a reliable local  propellor repair service. 885-  5278. TFN  17' O'Oay Day Sailer and trailer  $2000 885-7521,8634 Redrooffs.  ���20  19' Inboard Clinker runabout very  last and in top condition, sun/eyed  value $8500. offers A trades considered. 886-2738. ss  1979 27'Bayliner Victoria C/B.  255-280 Leg, new engine, low  hours, lots ol extras, $24,900  OBO. 463-8919 or 463-6959.  ss  18' Davidson sailboat, new main,  new cushions, exc. cond, $3800.  885-9333. ss  M.V. Blackfish, 24' Owens, well  appointed large fish deck, Coasl  Guaid Inspected, featuring new  Swann auto, anchoipkg, new  LMS, 200 w/Loran C. new fenders  A brackets, mooring lines, new  windows, completely telinished  hull and swimgrid. new handrails,  flush mount Fishon rod holders  (5) FWC 318 Chrysler. $8,000.  885-7977. ss  16 ft. Runabout - full canvas, 80  HP Merc, galvanized trailer,  loads of extras, $5700 OBO. 883-  9027. ��t9cn  19 It. Sealoner Volvo Penta  Calkins trailer needs exhaust  manifold, $3500.886-3457.    ss  COMPLETE PACKAGE  14ft. aluminum boat- 7.5 HP  molor - tilt trailer, 2 paddles, rod  holders, fishing rod, 2 reels,  anchor, tackle box, 2 life jackets,  1 floater jacket, net and bail bucket, etc, etc. Phone 885-5550.  ���19W  Bayliner 2070 Explorer. 125 Volvo  Penta, sleeps 5. Head, galley, all  instruments, and trailer. 250 houis  only. Exc. cond. $15,500 885-  2419 #21  19 1/2 It: Sangsler on nailer, 150  Johnson with trim till, skis, life  jackets, anchor, oars, inboard  tanks A day tanks. ($500 ��plus  work done on engine). $3750.  886-3001. ss  MOBILE HOME DEALER  Manulacluied (mobilel no sing  lor sale  4 new display homes, open daily  New 24.58' doublewide  This week's special - 3 bdim ,  12x70. Ironl kilchen. range. Indge.  dishwasher Sel up in SCMH  Park. $23,900 OBO  DU9225  88f,98.-61FN  By ownei. 12.68 mobile home  call 886 3039. 886 7306 ss  24x52 three bdim doublewide 5  appl. musl be moved avail mid  Maich. $35,000 886-9229      ss  TRAILER  PAD  FOR  RENT  Sechelt, close lo Hospital Call  Roy Sussea Realty B85 610? (20  32 It Bill Gaiden wood sloop great  lamily cruiser (located in Gibsons)  $15,000080277-2116       #19  1975 24' Fiberform, flying budge.  302 Ford power, bail tank, trailer,  radio, etc. Rubber boal/oais/bal-  lery ��� 12velec motor.8850950.  ���20  27' Bayliner Victorian $18,000  OB019 K C with highlinei trailer  $8000080886-8589 #20  17" K.C. w/350 Chev motor, CD  deplh sounder, rebuilt molor and  carburator $3500 lirm 885-3330  #21  70 hp Johnson, 87 model, shop  checkovet, motor only $2100 886-  9476 #2tw  27   Mobile Homes  Move in A Enjoy  This immac. 14OT, 2 bdrm, features full 4 pee, bath, soaker tub,  new 12*216' deck, new roof,, big  liv room, gas heat, beautifully  landscaped. $68,900 Rockland  Wynd. Nick 685-6340 Valley  Pacific #20  New Show  HOMES  DELUXE 2 BDRM WITH  FAMILY ROOM  1400sq.lt. includes fudge,  slove. deluxe hutch,  dtapes A caipets - plus  many other features.  14x70 DELUXE 2 BDRM.  with over $7,000 worth ol  options.  These homos are ready for  immediate possession.  AS LOW AS 5% DOWN  with MAP. program OAC.  For information to view,  call Sylvia McLean  186-2597  0NLY6L0TSLEFTI  28   Motorcycles  Honda Aspencade, exc.  cond, garage kept, $7500. 886-  9595. ss  Scooter -1983 Honda Passport.  70 cc's i great shape $600 OBO  886-4899 leave message.    #19  1987 GSXR 750; 1979 Honda  Goldwing, besl offers. 886-2441.  #I9W  Montasa 250. on-ioad/oll-ioad.  exc. shape, $1200. $899. 886-  7655 or 220-9564. ss  1985 ZX900 NINJA $3200 OBO.  886-8622 #20  29  Wanted to Rent  Urgently needed working family  with friendly dog. Need 3 bedr-  rom home to renl In Ruby Lake  to Pender Harbor area. Preferably on waterlront. Leave  message 895-5111 Williams.  ���21w  31. For Rent  ADVERTISING  FOH TENANCY  British Columbia legislation prohibits advertising which discriminates in the rental of property.  For example a person who  stipulates "no children' as a  condilion of rental would be in  violation of Ihe Family Status  and the Human Rights Acts. The  landlord who places Ihe advertisement and Ihe newspaper  which publishes It would bolh be  in contravention of Ihe legislation  and could have a complaint Wed  against them. The Coast News  will therefore noi accept such  discriminatory ads.  I bdrm basemenl suile, stove A  fudge, Gianihams, some view,  ulils incl. Phone 886-7249 alter  7:00pm. #l9cn  Gibsons - biighl 3 bdim. executive home wilh 2 balhs, F/P, 5  appis, deck, close lo beach,  $950/mo 886-4821 #20W  I bdim. biighl basement, lowei  Gibsons. $400 plus. Arthur 885  9859. ��20W  1 bdrm. basemenl suile,  $350/mo, heal included. 886-  2512. #21W  Superb I and 2 bdrm. apis, $650,  $745. Opposite Gibsons Maiina.  New building, quiet. secure.Cai-  pels, blinds, palios, laundry. 886-  3420. #20W  Small 1 bdrm. house, lower  Roberts Cteek, avail. June 1 lo  Oct. 1, $500/mo. Refs. 886-4679.  #20W  Uppei Gibsons near mall, 1 bdrm.  suile, garden, $540 ulils. incl.  886-3107. #20W  Cozy 1 bdrm. house for rent.  $550. Phone 886-7381.     #20W  Robeits Creek -1-2 bdrm house  on 5 acres ideal lor horse lovers.  AvailMay1/92298-5215   #19w  Beautiful Roberts Creek, bedroom  waterfront home $800 885-7685  OT885-7612 #19w  Beautiful studio loll bedioom  overlooking Gibsons Harbour,  sundeck. suil ���iileiiamst $600  inclusive 886-7955 01886-7522  ��l9cn  Avail May 15lh, 1 bedroom view,  quiet dean rentiai $575 plus utilr  lies; 2 bedioom lowei. gaiden.  dean quiel $595 plus utilities 886  3484 aller 6 pm 884-5223 local  467 days #19  2 bedioom lownhouse. neai new  close lo schools. 1 1/2 balhs, 4  appliances, coveied sundeck car  poll $775 pel mo 886.41380 'IN  1 bediuoin condo, tuinrshed. Jolly  Hogei 469 1558 #19  Private 3 bdim A den house,  acieage with iiuil liees, Roberts  Creek, avail May 15. $725/mlh.  Rels req 885-3152.437-3701  #20  Two Pri'm house, lowei Gibsons.  $750 886-8204 #20  j  Shop space lor lease. 600 sq It.  12' sliding dooi; Ollrce/sloiage '  space lor lease, 1800 sq II. 886-  8204 #20  "TRAILER PAD FOR RENT'  Sechell, close lo Hospital Call  Roy Sussex Realty. 8856102.  #20 i  31   For Renl  New 1 bdrm bachelor suile near  terry Panoramic view Utils. A  cable included $650 Avail June  ISI 886-7394 #21  2 bdim suae. 768 Hwy 101 Gibsons $37S/ino Phone Tony 886-  8509 >20W  2.5 acre Hobby Farm wilh 1000  sq ft. rancher. Electnc baseboard  heat, auxiliary airtight cast iron  slove in living room. Slieem  crosses property forming pond.  Fruil trees, room lor gaiden. some  ol lol is forested No neighbours in  sight fiom properly. Ideal lor  retired couple wishing a quiet  environment. Available from early  June. Long term lease available.  Address 5643 Gaiden Bay Road,  Pender Harbour, BC. For inspection phone 883-9711 (Pendei  Haibour) until May 31. After May  31 call 873-5010 (Van.).   #21cn  Female seeking same lor shaied  accom. in my home. $338 ��� 1/2  util. Foi May, close to amen,  Sechell. 885-4414. #20  Artist 40 male, will share multilevel lownhouse. Lots ol privacy.  $350/mo i Ulils 886-8288.  #20  Furnished 2 bdtm. home on salt  watei lagoon in Pendei Harbour,  $600/mo, avail. July I lo Mai. 1,  1993. Childien and pets welcome.  883-9550. #I9W  PROPERTY MANAGEMENT  Don Sutherland ol PEBBLES  REALTY LTD.will support your  Residential. Commercial or Industrial investment. Pebbles provides  a full seivice PROPERTY MANAGEMENT PACKAGE. Call Pebbles al 886-8107 lor details TFN  N/S female prefers same lor  shared accommodation in my  home, $350/mo. North Rd, Gibsons. 886-8095. TFNs  Two bdrm apt. central Gibsons  heal ind. $575 886-8150    TFN  2 bdrm house, blight, view, off  Shaw by mall. No pets $600 886-  9135 ��20w  Lower Gibsons. 2 bdim house.  $625 avail June 1.886-3293#20w  1 bdrm duplex, suit one person  $400 per/mo. 2 bdrm mobile suite  ccuple $550 per/mo S.C.M.H.  Park. 886-9826 #19w  One bedroom bsmnl suile furnished $425 month, utilities  included. Single working person.  No Pels. Gaiden Bay 883-9921.  ���19  Gibsons. Beautilul I bdim view  home. Sunny, deck, den/sleeping i  room, nice yard, oil A wood heal,  slorage. parking. Convenient to all  amenities. $750 per month. Avail  June 1.733-4577 #21  3 bdrm house. I t/2 balhs. big  workshop. Avail June 1st.  $650/mo. Rels. 874-0960.  Madeira Park. #21  House. S. Fletcher, Gibsons. 3  bdrm, fireplace, view. $650/mo.  Responsible adulls A refs. Avail  June 1st 922-7836 or 886-2848  #21  Nice large, w/f apt. at Secrel Cove  $650/md call Hayden 885-9368 or  leave message. TFN  Sechell Village 4 bdrm family  home $840 885-5943       #21  2 bdim, level one storey, duplex  style townhouse in quiet maintenance free, adult oriented complex. Sunny private yard A dose  to all amenities. View by appointment 8867263 ��21  Jolly Roget 2 bdrm waterfront,  Available lot summer months or  all year round. 926-7055 or 985-  1384 #21  RRaS  NATIONAI REAL  ESTATE SERVICE  Start  at the  TOP!  n  STEVE SAWYER  'Scirticim? rllt 1fau\  Piaj.ei(i "Heedi"  ' Kcsiilcnlial  ' fiiiiiiiirni.il  Industrial  1 retirement unit  available.  Restrictions apply.  References  required  Call Steve  Business  Opportunities:  I have a number  of very exciting  business opportunities available.  Call me  SEAMOUNT  INDUSTRIAL PARK  Fabulous 1.500 sq. ft  warehouse/shop/manufacturing plant with  office, showei, mezzanine and huge crane.  Large lol with easy  access for any size truck,  faces highway, close to  Gibsons Mall.  We will -������-������  Screen potential renters  Do moving-rn inspection  Anange foi maintenance  & lepaus  Collect the rent A damage  deposit  Disburse renl monies to  ownei  Do moving-out inspection  FOR LEASE  a|t|>l iivilii.tlrla 800 In  1300 sq. R. ul Millions  rrliiT sputa- ill luaafr  (ailisuns area, l.nml-  lunl ulna pi na itlt- some  la-nsi'lliillt iiii|ii,nfini-uls.  FOR LEASE  LOCATION  LOCATION  LOCATIONI  Fabulous relail space  immediately adjacent to  Galiano Markel. Sechelt  (Bernnrfetles Galleries)  Perfect localion foi your  retail business.  Avoid all the hassles  and problems and lor  lust a pittance.  CALL the Property  Management Expert  STEVE SAWYER at  (JIBaSON.S  REALTY LTD.  8862277  Secret Cove: 2 laige, 1 bdrm furnished condos, fabulous view,  pool, fireplace, affordable, long  leim leases available.  Sechelt: Immaculate 2 bdim  condo. po pels $700/mo, walk to  Sechelt.; cozy 1 bdrm house avail  Immediately, $500/mo  Redrooifs: 2 bdrm home, laige  gaiage. $700/mo.  Sechelt: neai new 2 bdrm rancher  $750  NRS CENTURY WEST REALTY  LTD., PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 885-2235. ��2lw  Workshop/garage wilh raised  lloor-space at end, modem,  across Gibsons Marina. $200 11.  738-3493 #21w  Housekeeping room, to clean,  quiet adult. Robertson's Boarding  House. Phone 896-9833.   #21 w Coast News; May 11, 1992  Coast News (Monday Edition) Classified Deadline:  Noon Fridays - Gibsons & Sechelt Offices  Rot>e<ls Cteek 12 bdim house  on 5 actes. idea) la noise lovers  Avail June 1st 298-5215.   *21w  SECHELT VILLAGE'' Duplex  open to vie*, Saturdays 5669 Tn  dent Ave, Sechelt. It 30 3 00  new 2 bdim lanchei. 5 appl, w/v*  window coveiingV,<Ku;2i/hol tub,  clean, no pets Duplet on laige  fenced lot Available May 26th  W50 pei month 965 2872    ��21  1 Ddim suile. Tuwanek goumiet  kitchen, view available June 1st.  $500 p/m includes cable 4 hydoi  8857655 "21  Gibsons Sapcious neai new, 3  bdtm townhouse 1 1/2 bath, dish  washei. wasnei/diyei Close to  amenities skylight, catpoil Ref  eiences no pets Avail June 1  230 4099 ��21w  Furnished bachelor suite. Gib  sons, neat manna Avail June 1  $350 B86 2933 "19  Cozy studio collage newly teno  vated, lueplace suil one pei son  Hallmoon Bay $550 Avail May  15th 885 2703 181  Gibsons 1 bdrm plus den. 4  appis. $600 heat & hydro incl.  Avail rmmed 298-5215.     #21w  Spacious ��� Near New 3 bdrm. 2  1/2 balh, gourmet kitchen, 5 appl.  gaiage, Gibsons. $850 Avail  June 1st 298-5215, ��21w  2 bdim view, lower Gibsons. Avail  June 1 st/92 886*3222. #21  32  Commercial  tor Rent  32   Commercial  tor Rent  2 bay auto garage, commercially  zoned 10 Ft roll updoors. suitable  tor small business or storage ol  101 Hallmoon Bay 885 2703* 19w  Robeits Cieek Hall avail. dances,  parties, weddings Yvonne 886-  7815. TFN  STORAGE  Healed,    pallatized,    gov I  appioved Len Wiay's lianstet  Ltd 886 2664 UN  34   Help Wanted  34   Help Wanted  34   HelpWantec  $200 SSO0 WEEKLY  Assemble pioducls al lidine  Easy1 No selling Youie paid  direct Fully Guaianleed FREE  24 Hour Recording 801 379 2985  Copyright ��BC104DH       ��26W  Seasonal, tull tune relail clerk in  Sechell Applicanls musl tie neai  in appeaiance. couileous,  lesponsible and on income assistance Call 886-7069 Between 9-  5pm ��l9cn  EXPERIENCED  TRADESPEOPLE  Eleclncal.lramei. roofer, siding,  plumber, drywall. finish, carpentry  Call Terry 736-6710 ��19  1)Kilchen helpei yeai round 2|  summer help lor campground 3)  experienced line dining servers  wilh knowledge ol wine 886 2887  #21w  1165 sq. II. retail. Sechelt. three  private offices. $780 nel.  2000.-10.000 squaie feet, exposure, will build lo suit  New ollice space 800-2400 sq. ft.  Wilson Creek. $8 OOnel  Relail space New Plaza 900-3000  sq.lt. 14.00 nel  Giant Realty  886-3330  TFN  Mini-storage units in Gibsons 24  houi access 885-2499        "21  600 sq II prolPSSiom gfllCi  space, ground lloor. lots ol parking on Famtiam Rd.. uppei Gibsons Call 886-7020 days.    TFN  Waiehousefolfice space liom  1500 sq ft. up. Diane 885-2772.  ss  RETAIL SPACE FOR LEASE  Seaview Place. Hwy 101. Gibsons 650 sq. II. 6 1300 sq. It.  Lome 1-733-9883 TFN  Davis Bay, Wilson Creek Hill  available. Wheelchair lacililies.  M5-2752,885-9863. Kl  VOLUNTEERS  NEEDEO  Love Babies? The baby  clinic in Sechelt needs  help on Weds, weighing  babies and assisting with  programme.  Tutors needed to assist  adults with basic leading  and willing skills. 2 ��� 3  hrs/wk. Must be at least  17 yeais old  Volunteer needed to  sew cuitams foi community use room in  Roberls Creek. Material  provided.  Volunteer   needed   to  help     wilh     grocery  shopping for a transition  house on Tues. & Fri.  two hrs./ day  Co-ordinator needed for  The Telephone Tree in  Sechelt. Flexible hours  and work from home.  For these and more  opportunities contact  THE VOLUNTEER AND  INFORMATION  CENTRE at 885-5881  A service funded by lite Ministry  ol Social Services  The Whail Reslauianl has an EARN M0NEy RHdlflg ^^i  eaceiieni repuiaiion loi bolh lood $3o.0O0/yr Income potential,  and seivice Piesenily, we lequne Deia,|S (,) 805-962 8000 Exl  a lull lime 2nd Cook Foi some CY-308                        H19w  evening and daytime woik The  successlul applicant musl be a Couple required Im semi-isolated  learn player lhal can woik wilh all mea neai Desolation Sound,  olhei slall deliveiing a quality Caielakei/maintenance duties;  ptoducl lo oui guesls Eiperence requries mechanical ability,  ol a busy kilchen is essential marine knowledge, some book-  Apphcanons in willing only lo KeetP<r>g Musleii|oy meeting peo-  General Managei. Bella Beach. P'e We piovide modem resr  RRI.SacM, BC VON 3AO ��2IW deuce ulrlilies. vehide plus JI5O0  pei month. Salary A benefits, lets  TYPESETTER ieq Send lesume lo Bliss Log.  COAST NEWS Bot 21, Lund, BC VON 2G0 All  Full lame/pan lune. experience p f ,���                         12OW  ipquued intituling excellenl Eng  Wl taa wilh minimum 65 WPM M0,i_Vyil READ BOOKS  accuule typing Pioolieading '"d Tv Scripts Fill oul simple  ability and knowledge ol Maori "like/donl like* loim. EASY! Fun,  losh, Uuark Express or Adobe relaxing al home, beach, vaca  lilusiiaioi ,i dtrluiile assel Wages l|0"5 Guaianleed paycheck  cuiiiiiiensuiale wilh expenence FRK 24 Houl Recoiding 801-  Send resuiiip lo Glassloid Piess, 379 2905 Copynghl HBC104EB.  Bo. 46(1, Gibsons. BC. VON IVO,         <*W  Attention Manage,             IFN wm y(| R��A0 B(X)KS ^  Assemble lighl pioducls liom TV Scnpls.  Fill oul simple  home E.isy work ��� excellenl pay' "Irte/don'l like" loim. Easyl Fun  We provide delarls ��� 24 his (604) relaxing al home, beach, vaca-  623 2380 Exl #A74         H22W BOM Laboi shortage, guaranteed  paycheck.    Also,    Conec  Maluie salespeison able lo woik    nons $30,000, Read TV  7 days a week, evenings oi days    ScMp|S $50,000, Numbei  apply in peison al Seamounl Car     pages $21,000,Make  Was" ,2,w     Index $30,000, FREE 24  hour recording reveals details.  ,i       ...   ���., 801-379-2905        Copyright  II you a,e sliu    ng wi.h mone ^ -  pioblems, we can help Piocess '  marl al home, start immediately s00��:_.   postage S> supplies lumished. Receptionist required lor busy  Send a ��10 envelope sell Gibsons olfice. Some bookkeep-  addressed and slamped lo: JMP ing knowledge required. Send  Enterprises. Box 42190 Depl C12. resume lo Box 374 c/o Coast  Calgary AB.T2J7A6          ��21 News. Box 460, Gibsons, BC VON  festival Pioduclion Tiaining Pio- '._   Piogiam. The Rockwood Centie Forestry Survey Assistant lor  is now accepting applications loi summer 886-4755.         #20cn  proiecl-based training in Ihe lol-    lowing aieas: ��� technical pioduc- D'vwall <��P�� requites boarding  Iron Administrative assistance ��� partner. 886-3573. KOW  Human Resource co ordination. EXPERIENCED TRADES  The successlul applicants will be PEOPLE  highly motivated, have an inteiest E|6ctrtca|| Framer Roo,er SirJing  in event pioduclion and be unem- p|urnb))r| Drywa|| Fjnjsh| Caipen.  ployed lacing serious labour mar- try. call Terry 736-6710.      #20  kel barriers The piogram is 23         weeks long in duration, beginning C|uis,    shjp   jobs    nlrin,  May 25th. The salary is $300 per sumrnel/yeat ,otll,d $300-$900  week. Direct tesumes by Friday. week|y  photographers, toui  May 15 lo: The Selection Com- 0(j|des ca5jno wor|,,,r!i deck  mitlee, The Rockwood Centie, ha���ds  and   m0���    HatNll,  Bdx 767, Sechelt, BC, VON 3A0. c���mant Bahamas. 1-504 646- '  No telephone calls please. #19W 4500 ,,,.. C3os. 24 his **wr***r;  refundable lee.                 #21  Fully experienced caipenlei Id fin- -���             r     u   "  .  ish 2 stoVey home. Must read blue Kl"an" Vllla��e ���� H��me,"  punts 883 9382                #20 ����& J&gffi**   h\  . .  HOUSEKEEPING AIDES and  FRENCH IMMERSION DIETARY AIDES (reqiltie Level 1  Food Sale Programme Certlli-  L'Ecole Passe-partout requires caie). Send resumes to R. Kolen,  for Sept. 92: Full time primary Administrator. R.R:��1, Sile 7, Gib-  teacher 4 t/2 lime primary sons.                         #19w  teacher. Requirement: Fluency in ;   Fiench. Assets: Ea.ly French "S* ASSEMBLY any hours,  immersion training; muili'age lev "39.84 week, family ol 3 earns  els experience: and ECE training. M4I7.92 monthly. FREE 24 Hour  Salary as per B C.T.F. scale, "���""'"ll H,VMls Details' m'  Small class sizes. Send resume 379-2985 Crjpyiight #BCt04HH  by May 14. L'Ecole Passe-partout a  General Delivery Roberts Creek.  BC VON 2W0. Telephone 885-  5363                          #19w  35   Business &  Home Services  when you  pay far 2  FOR ONE WEEK  in either the Monday  or Weekender edition  up to 10 words  25 conts for oach  additional word.  ;'/   Births, lost &  ��� founds; Froo  All classifieds must be  pre-paid before insertion.  Sure Sell Classifieds  $15 up to 10 words  $1 each additional word  Your ad, selling one item, will run 4 consecutive weeks,  then will be cancelled unless you instruct us to renew it  by classified deadline ��� Not available for commercial advertisers \  Coast News  CLASSIFIED DEADLINES:  Monday Edition Weekender  Noon Friday Noon Tuesday*  Qibsont 886-2622 Sechelt 885-3930  LIQUID VINYL PAINTING  OR  SOLID VINYL SIDING  RELIABLE, QUALITY WORK  FOR THE BEST PRICE  M5-7618  ~ DO YOU NEED  Lawn/landscape maintenance,  weedeating, brusticutting, rubbish  removal, hedge trimming, window  washing, etc. Skip's Maintenance  Service. 885-2373 #19W  For all your indoor painting needs.  Call Andie 886-2967        #21 w  NEED PAINTING?  Small jobs a specialty. Quality  woik guaranteed. Nick 885-6340  #19w  35   Businpss &  Home Services  COAST TREE lopping, tailing.  dangei tiee removal, lully msuied.  piompl service 885-9577 oi 649  1748 Heib Beam #19  Residenlial/commeicial lenova  lions, improvements, and lepaiis  Fiee eslimales. tellable service  David Reid 886 4642alt 6pm  raw  [ Ctrtlllri tie HUr  JDH MILL SERVICES  Shmptnmq A Repairs  to all cutting tools including  Mown Blades 4 Chalnsaws  ���limit Nirrtp  MS Hwy 101 OH_or,. r_-OH7  INTERIOR RENOVATIONS Will-  paper, paint, carpentry, drafting. Ire* estimates. References  available a_-SOM TFNs  TREES TREE SERVICE  Danger Tree Removal, pruning,  limbing & lopping, shaping, land  clearing. logging Fully  insured We buy timber 10";. discount seniors 884 5263|24his)  KAYNOR  Interior cleaning big oi small,  bonded A reliable. 884-5324 oi  8862328 TFN  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD.  Topping ��� Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaranteed  Work. Free eslimates. 885 2109  TFN  YORKSHIRE GARDENER  Lawn pioblems? Gaiden out ol  control? Need tree pruning, hedge  shaping? Friendly, reliable service. Fully insured Commercial A  residenlial Relerences available.  FRED 986-3526 TFN  36   Work Wanled  COOL RUNNINGS  Light hauling, rubbish lemoval,  yaid maintenance, lololilling, odd  |obs. 885-3917. TFNs  Need a divei? Anything, any-  where, any time. Call Kevin 8B5-  7959 #21  Light moving and hauling yaid  and basement cleanups Norm  886-9503. ��20W  IN-HOME PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  Carpets ��� Upholstery   ast,  P0VVERFUI rRUCR MuuNltn ;'.  10U.PMIN1 /*  HIS! POSSIBLl HlbUUc    '*  JUS1 AS. AfiOUND'  I  886-3823  * DIVISI0H OF SEN DEVRIES  t son riooncovEaiNGS  GARDENING SERVICES  Weeding - Piuning > Planting  Knowledgable and Enpeilenced  Call 8864557 ��19cn  Complete Bobcal Services  Excavating - Backfilling  Retaining Walls - Trenching  Landscape Constiuction  Drainage  886-8538  TFN  Mature woman available lor  Spanish lessons, housecleanrng,  A babysitting, reasonable tales.  Phone 886-8464 ��19w  ALDAPOWERWASH  Houses, Diiveways, Boals, Trailers, etc. Seniors Discount. Biian  885-898�� #20  Will's-Window Washing. Seniors  Discount. 885-7733. #20  Bobcat with landscape take,  excavator lor seplic fields lor driveways. 886-4859 ��2lw  (5*_____T*_)  YOUR FULL"  FLOOR COVERING STORE  'ar_1 _n1M yTfaaarV���r'  ntEELSanMAiXS-NS-Mla  irensmi*.  37   Child Care  Fully qualified caregiver will provide in home caie on hourly, daily  or short term live-in basis. Phone  886-4688 for more information.  #24w  Combination steam cleaner, pressuie washer A sandblaster for  rentB864859. #21*  Interior/exterior painting SlOhr.  Iree eslimates 886-7198.      #19  ANYTHING Give us a make A  model # if required, how much  you want to spend. We'll try our  best. 886-9033. #21W  HOKMMIOVEMENT  Fiaming, Carpentry. Finishing,  Drywall, Painting, Wallpaper.  Stefan Perry 886-3792.    #23W  DRYWALL FINISHING  Large or small, last, reliable, pro-  fessionai. Rob Hofler 866-3573  ���23W  NORTH OAKS  767 North Rd��� Gibsons, B.C.  26 Adult Oriented  Single Level Townhomes  Open Daily 1 - 4pm  1 Bedroom, 900 sq. ft $ 91,900  1 Bedroom, 900 sq. ft come- __J 94,900  2 Bedroom, 1029 sq. ft $ 101,900  GREAT VIEW  808 Bayview Heights Rd. Gibsons  New Gibsons viow home, 3 bedioom plus  basement, large view deck, slone fireplace,  cozy rec room with wood stove, oak spindles,  Jacuzzi tub, vacuum system, triple sink with  garborator, radio intercom sound system, fully  landscaped & fenced $194,000  FOR RENT  Unit 15-765 School Rd. Gibsons  Near new townhome, 1425 sq. ft., 4  appliances, 1 1/2 baths, basement, carport,  covered sundeck, close to schools &  shopping. $750. per month  TWIN OAKS DEVELOPMENT CORP.  886-4680  9 __  37  Child Care  37  Child Care  Responsible sitlei required lor  casual, evening and occasional  weekend babysitting. 886-3555.  #2tW  Conlact Ihe North Shore Daycare  Registry lor becoming a caregiver  in your home oi Ihe home of a  child. Call 885-6323.        #20W  Loving responsible siller needed  lo caie lot baby in my home or  Langdale aiea. Rels. Please. 886-  4599 #19w  Loving mom will do daycare. Full  time and belore s alter school in  my Davis Bay home. 885-8989  Linda #19cn  LOOKING FOR  SPECIAL HELP?  Experienced,   non-smoking,  evening sitter needed lor 15  month ofd girl, in my borne in Bonniebrook Full lime. 886-2887  ��21w  Mature energelic mother will  babysil in her Mason Road home.  CaH 885-2323. #19  Require child care lor my 2 yr old.  5 hrs a week, evenings. In my  home in the Bonniebrook area.  886-3929 #19*  Funshine Daycare a caring, sale  environment, creative play material, ECE certified staff. Fun. tun,  tun for 2 1/2 to 5 yr olds. 886-  3377 #19w  Caregiver needed lor contented  infant June I my home or Roberts  Creek preferred. 885-3757 #19w  Rainbow Preschool Roberls  Creek. Fall registration Joyce  8868096 ��19w  Try a  Classified ad  offering a Career  Move.  We'll run your ad  in  NORTH  VANCOUVER  ���  CAMPBELL  RIVER  ���  MERRIT  ...and 100 more  B.C. and Yukon  community  newspapers. All  for just  $195  That's over  3,000,000 readers.  If you're BUYING,  SELLING, or  simply TELLING,  IT PAYS TO  SPREAD THE  WORD.  Molly Mouse Day Care spaces  available -18 months lo school  age. Fun-lrlled canng enviionmeni  wilh early childhood named slall.  886-3913. #30  WANTED: Nanny to help look  altei 2 small children, live-in or  days only. Hours aie flexible 886  907B. #20  Needed: 1 special person lo care  fot 2 children 2-3 limes a week.  Grandtnolhets are welcome to  call, long-term basis my home oi  youis. 886-7876. #20  Mother of two will do childcare in  hei home, Roberls Creek. Belore  iV alter school welcome. 885-  5032. #20  38. Business  Opportunities  1978-5/3 Cal Skiddei, spaie llie,  wheel and chains, extras with  1987 4X4 pickup 3/4 ton. 886-  3821 aller 6 pm. #20W  Established landscaping business  wilh lull line ol equipment. Inquire  Box 375 c/o Coasl News, Box  460, Gibsons, BC VON 1V0 #21w  For Sale/Lease new industrial  building 3700 sq.lt. 3 bays /1800  sq. It. upper storage space, olfice  rental potential, $24,000 pel year,  Barry 886-8204.  ICBC INJURY CLAIMS  Fiee initial advice, call Fox Morgan!, Co. 669-3441. 121  RECYCLE"  FOR  INFORMATION  CALL  The Coast  News  at 885-3930  Why buy, when we've  got your number?  LOW COST FAX  TRANSMISSION  SERVICE  886-7725 or 885-3954  ��� Send or receive  ��� Local, national,  international  ��� Reasonable rates  ��� Confidential service  For more information  call 885-3930 or 886-2622  COAST*NEWS  Cruice Lane Cowrie St.  Gibsons Sechelt Coast News, May 11, 1992  21  HLENWRAYS TRANSFER LTD.  HOUSEHOLD GOODS MOVING & STORAGE  CONFIDENTIAL  RECORD STORAGE  AND  DESTRUCTION SERVICE I  CLEAN OUT THOSE  ,.-_.. CLUTTERED SPACES  blSAtex. A"D HAVE  J RECORDS     YOUR RECORDS  DESTROYED*  BUSINESS  PERSONAL  RECORDS FILES  VOLUME SHREDDING -  no job too B/c; or too small  LOCATED AT .1052 HIGHWAY 101, QIBSONS  886-2664  Elphinstone  Secondary  ���News���  SCIENCE CHALLENGE WINNERS  The following students were the winners of the recent science challenges at Elphinstone:  Grade 8:   Bridge Building     1. Natalie Blake  2. R. Hodge  Helicopter 1. Brian Silver  2. Prakaah Plllai  Grade 9:  Out to Launch  Bridge  Egg 500  1. Jennifer Johnson  1. C. DeBoer A Rick Renny  1. Melissa Snazell  Grade 10: Mousetrap 500 1. Miles Schmidt  Bottle Rocket 1. Kevin Bishop  Bridge 1. Jason Walker (Beit Overall)  Grade 11: Bridge 11 & 12   1. C. Lamarche �� J. Snazell  Gaseous Beasties 1. L.Yates & Z.MacKenzie  "CHANGE" DAY  On Friday. May 15, 1992 the school district is having a  "change" day. The topic at Elphinstone is the development of inter-departmental themes next year. Parents are  invited to attend.  ATTENTION PARENTS  This is the time of year when students register for next  year's courses. If your son/daughter has not yet obtained  your approval tor his/her courses next year, you should  call the school's counselling department at 866-2204.  ephemera  5 YEARS AGO  Paul Murphy of Sunshine  Coast Productions has pointed  oul lo Ihe regional Economic  Development Commission that  the Sunshine Coasl is missing  out on the lucrative activity in  Ihe province of BC involved in  the making of feature Alms.  Tetrahedron Ski Club has  announced that Ihe group has  received a $20,000 lottery and  grant to assist wilh ihe construction of cross country skiing and  hiking (rails and four log cabins  in the Tannis Lake area of ihe  Coasl.  10 YEARS AGO  The newly appointed Economic Development Commissioner for Ihe Sunshine Coasl,  Odvin Vedo, comes to this area  after three and a half years in the  same posilion in the Bulkley-  Nechako Regional District.  British Columbia New  Democrat Ray Skelly last week  condemned the recent BC government announcement of heallh  care cutbacks resulting in Ihe  closing down of 1200 beds and  laying off 3000 employees to  cover a $100 million financing  shortage.  15 YEARS AGO  Following a checkup of operations il has been deemed necessary to relinquish the Gibsons  representative on the airport  commission. Lack of meetings  and inadequate financial reports  are cited.  TOWN OF GIBSONS  SPRINKLING  REGULATIONS EFFECTIVE  IMMEDIATELY  Odd numbered houses will be permitted sprinkling on  the following days;  ��� Monday, Wednesday, Friday   from 7:00 -10:00 am  ��� Monday, Wednesday from 7:00 - 9:00 pm  Even numbered houses will be permitted sprinkling on  the following days:  ��� Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday from 7:00 -10:00 am  ��� Tuesday, Thursday from 7:00 - 9:00 pm  NOTE: Only one (1) sprinkler per property Is  permitted. No Sunday sprinkling  ATTENTION:   Please turn off all sprinklers in the  event of a fire in your area.  W.Fair  SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC WORKS  Egmont School, now housing  only eight students, will be  closed al the end of ihis term  The decision was made at a  recent school board meeiing  Pupils will attend Madeira Park  schools.  25 YEARS AGO  Suspense is mounting again  and il has reached the $25 door  prize plateau which means that  Bingo is again the mecca of  long shot specialists  ll was sunny and warm without a breath of wind, the April  afternoon Garden Bay Lodge  burned to the ground Three  days baton the Pender Harbour  Board of Trade had held its firsl  meeting to sound out public  opinion about the fonniition ol a  Volunteer Fire Department. Few  attended  35 YEARS AGO  Requiem mass for Chief Gas-  pard John of the Sechelt Indians  was celebrated recently. Chief  John, who had been chief for 30  years, died at the age of 73.  Proposed closing of the  waters from Siwash Rock to  Salmon Rock lo commercial  fishermen is protested hy Gibsons fishermen on the grounds  lhat such a closure would cause  litem lo have lo go further north  45 YEARS AGO  Two local young men are  taking a whirl at recreation. A  new pool room has been  installed over (lie new Standard  Oil garage in Sechelt  CHANNEL ELEVEN  Tuesday  7:(MI  "I Am a Camera" #5  The Photographs ��l Ken Bell  Ken Bell's i-iimineri ial  photographs.  7:311  Women in Trades.  Diane F.vans talks wilh Judy  Meyers, Marilyn Magas and 2  students from Ihe women in  trades programme.  1:00  Talk to Your Local (Internment.  9:110  Return to Kazukslan  9:3(1  The Meaning of Men  Wednesday  7:00  Midwifery in the'-90s..  .Caring for Ihe Family  Mary Pinniger hosts this panel  discussion.  7:3(1  Think lank on Community  Futures A brainstorming experiment with a .student and adull  panel.  8:3(1  "I Am a Camera" #4  The Photographs of Ken Bell  Ken Bell photographs Ihe work  of Cardinal Kmile l.eger in Africa  9:0(1  On The Kdge  The first of Ihree lakes Ihe  viewer skydiving.  9:30  Classic Cars Canada #10  "Swap Meel"  Thursday  7:00  Parliamentary Talkbaik  Live Phone-in  Harold Fletcher is Ihe host.  M.P. Ray Skelly and Langley  Liberal M.I..A. Gary Farrell-  Collins are Ihe guests.  8:00  Pathways.Moving Beyond  Stroke & Aphasia  May is "Belter Hearing &  Speech Monlh" and Ihis  programme is brought lo you  courtesy of Ihe Coasl Garibaldi  Heallh Unit.  8:30  Our Healthy Community  Live phone-in  Diane Evans and Norman  Caleadow report on the Healthy  Community .survey being  conducted on Ihe Coast  ISS-aS*1- SOUTH COAST FORD  Schedule courtesy of: niT,.i_ti 22  Coasl News, May II, 1992  news  Kiiss Olson, of Olson Brothers  Developing, ssigns a lease with  the District nf Sechelt Thursday for gulf course properly  hy Kinnickinnick I'ark.  Stuart llunisiile photo  "WE'LL KEEP YOU COOL THIS SUMMER"  BAT1 AND BLOWN  l-NVIKi JNMENTALLY I KHNI )LY  CELLULOSE  WlWAtRlP.  MAZATLAN  O 886^8741  Coast News Clmjwds  886-2622  885-3930  Sechelt signs lease  for new golf course  Huic! Sechell residents will  soon be able lo while away  their summer days playing a  few rounds of gull if Ihey  please, as Sechell council  signed a land lease tigreetnenl  last week with the Sechell Golf  and Country Club  The signing clears the way  lor Olson Brothers Developing  lo begin work on a "profession  al" IS hole course (beside Kin  nickinilick Park)      and president Russ  Olson said that  work will begin  today.  "We're ready to  go,"     he     said,       "we've been ready  for quite some time."  It has not been an easy process getting to the point of  development, there were  numerous financial sand-traps  and administrative pitfalls along  the way. and Ihe municipality  didn't actually take possession  of the Crown grant property  until the end of February. But  Olson Brothers Developing persevered, produced the $2 4 million necessary lo proceed with  the plan, and can now tackle the  physical portion of making golf  a reality in Sechell.  According lo the Sechelt  mayor Nancy MiicLarly, the  driving range could be open this  fall with the rest of the course  ready for play in IH to 24  months. Seventy-live per cent  of the playing lime is to be  reserved for the public, with 25  per cent sel aside for corporate  members who paid $26,51)0  each to belong  "There will also be eight  lawn bowling greens," MacLarty noted.  The municipality will get a  minimum S4X.(I()(I a year in  lease payments and will also get  six and a hall per cent of the  'There will also  be eight lawn  bowling greens'  profits from ihe course  "ll's a business venture,"  Mai -Laity said, "and we don't  want it lo cosl the taxpayers of  Sechelt a dime."  At one puiiil, in July of last  year when Olson Brothers  failed lo show they had the $2.4  million "in hand" by an established deadline, council broke  off negotiations and contemplated relendering the project.           "Whether  llie  Olsons build il Of  someone else,"  MacLarty said at  that time. "We will  have     a     golf      course."  The Olsons  didn't give up, however, and  redoubled Iheir efforts to raise  llie money.  "We had commitments for  almost the whole amount,"  Olson said, "Il was jusl a matter  of pulling our hands on il."  MacLarty said council had  insisted on all the money up  Iront so the municipality  wouldn't end up providing  financing if things wenl wrong.  "We didn't want to gel  involved with any kind of  municipal financing for Ihe pro  jeel," she said. "Now everything has worked oul for everyone."  The municipality will have  to put some money into the project, however, lo pay for waler  to he installed on the site and to  hire a consultant to oversee lite  project and protect Ihe municipality's inleresls, but Ihere is  $400,0(10 in reserve from Ihe  sale of Ihe limber on Ihe land.  Sechell is compelled by Ihe  federal governmenl lo use Ihe  money from clearing the land  toward Ihe golf course as a condition of the municipality  acquiring the Crown land in Ihe  first place.  COMMUNITY MEETINGS-  INTRODUCING  Nl W Personal Choice* Program  ^Control  10 Week Session for $110.  Discount rates for seniors tr youths  Registration Meeting  Wednesday, May 20  7 p.m.  Gibsons Catholic Church Hall  Corner of Hwy 101 & Park Rd.  * Minimum 25 people must register  FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL:  Carol 886-7454  Barbara        886-7534  Dalyce 886-2198  O 1992 Walghl Walcrurs Intemallotial, Inc. All rights reaervad WEIGHT WATCHERS ind  PERSONAL CHOICE aie reqiilered trademark, ol Weigh! Watchers Inlemalloaial, Inc.  BBurllnfton  SENTIMENTAL JOURNEY  Traffic Control" Fibre System  is specifically designed In light  unit I ing. Full 5 year wear*  stain warranties.    ;J0 bo,d colour  statements.  cdNTrOi  REGULAR VALUE $24,95 sq. yd.  K.O. 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