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 {islative Library 90-8        \c  ���> ^ncerns won't save Tetrahedron  by Roee Nicholson  "I'd like to stress that there's  an expectation that we're going  to save the Tetrahedron plateau  by addressing the water concerns. We're not going to do  that. That's not going to happen," said Director Jim Gurney  at the .May 24 Sunshine Coast  Regional District meeting.  Gurney was basing his statement on a preliminary meeting  with Dr. Golding of the Depart-  ���Sent of Forestry at UBC who  has been hired as a consultant to  assess the Tetrahedron situation.  "lt will not be possible to halt  the logging in that area (on the  basis of water concerns)," he  continued. "We can change it,  but a way can t>e found around  any problems that logging will  cause to our water supply. We  should not expect that our water  supply can be used to stop the  logging.  "When they (forestry) do an  Integrated Watershed Management Plan, the thrust is 'how do  we log without hurting the  water', not 'how do we not log'.  "If we want to preserve it as a  wilderness area, we should do it  for those reasons (as  wilderness). Dr. Golding's  remarks suggested that it would  be very hard to find technical  reasons why logging will hurt  the water. He's t*ing very  honest with us. So don't expect  that he is going to come back  and say that area should not be  "If we want to preserve the  Tetrahedron plateau, we should  do it for the right reasons."  Gurney went on to say that  he has the impression that Inter-  for plans to start logging on July I.  "That disturbs me," he said.  "I thought we had an agreement they would hold off on the  logging 'til the report was in.  Their concern is that we're us  ing the report as a stalling tactic,  and I don't think that happened.  "What I'm concerned about,  when you begin to put time constraints on it, you're creating a  confrontation situation. We're  creating another Stein, another  Carmanah. We're going to have  two sides of the community butting heads, and I don't think we  need that. I think we have to do  what we can to head off that  kind of confrontation.  "I would like to suggest that  we write a letter to the chief  forester of Interior and ask for  a meeting as soon as possible. 1  don't believe that all of Ihe  alternate cut areas have been explored. 1 also understand that  Interior has tieen given the option of not cutting those blocks.  Before, they were compelled to  by Forestry. That's not official,  but that's what 1 hear."  "The general public should  know that we're doing all we  can to preserve Tetrahedron,"  added Director Jeremy Frith.  "It's up to the public at large  to decide on what they feel can  be done. We have asked the  Ministry of Forests to consider  it as wilderness area, and they  have not given us a lot of  assurance that they will give it  that kind of designation."  Director Peggy Connor sug-  gested that a resolution being  put forth by the Associated  Boards of Health at their annual meeting in Septermber may  provide some ammunition for  the Tetrahedron cause.  The resolution will ask that  local boards of health be given  some say in resource planning  management on the grounds  that community water supplies  can be affected by logging.  "The health officers that sit  on the Integrated Watershed  Committees are very helpful,"  added Gurney. "They tell the  foresters what problems they  are causing."  The Sunshine  Published on the Sunshine Coasl       25' per copy on news stands  May 28,1990       Volume 44       Issue 22  No action on  Chapman erosion  by Rose Nicholson  The problems that are causing muddy water in the Sunshine Coast Regional District  (SCRD) water supply were  studied in reports that came out  in 1974 and 1975, but nothing  has ever been done about it.  At the May 24 regional  district meeting, Director Jim  Gurney, chairman of the Public  Utilities Committee, told directors that slides in the Chapman  Creek area are a continuing problem. Conditions get worse  every year as erosion on the  steep slopes wash mud and  grayel into the creek.  "In some cases," Gurney explained, "whole islands, with  .Ike trees still standing, are  sliding down the slopes. It's  rolling down as you stand and  watch it."  He went on to explain that  the teiiain is composed mainly  of loose sand and gravel, which,  combined with the steepness of  the slopes, creates a highly  unstable condition. The natural  tendency in such a situation is  for the land to seek its 'angle of  repose', but roads cut into the  bank work against this. Every  year the slides get bigger, and,  said Gurney,  "I'm not sure  what we can do about it now."  Stop gap measures have been  to push the slide material over  the side of the road where it gets  ever closer to the creek, and  where finer material is washed  into the water supply with every  rain.  "The reports recommended  that this material be hauled out  of there," said Gurney. "But  that's never been done."  The earlier reports were  prepared by the Forest Service,  and Adrian Scott, the SCRD  planner at thai time, prepared a  detailed summary of remedial  actions that should have been  taken to alleviate the problems  caused by the construction of  logging roads in the area.  "As far as I can see," said  Gurney, "none of those recommendations have ever been carried out."  Gurney proposed that a video  be prepared to show the present  conditions, and that this be used, along with a strongly worded requesl that the Ministry of  Forests "undertake remedial ac  tion that should have happened  15 years ago. They did a lot of  work, but nothing ever came of  it."  "What do you suppose the  possibilities would be for some  kind of legal restitution?" asked  Director Gordon Wilson. "We  have problems with chlorination now."  "We're not talking about a  few dollars," addled Gurney.  "We'll spend a million dollars  on the reservoir next year, largely to offset the problems. That  may not solve the problems.  We'll still probably have to do  some secondary chlorination.  /Vnd the problems will still go  on. People will still not have  quality water."  "We have documentation,"  said Wilson. "If we can  demonstrate that the government has been negligent, I  wonder what our case would be.  Maybe we should get a legal  opinion. If we were successful,  the ramifications on past practices could be quite  substantial."  Lieutenant-Governor David Lam addressed the students of Pender Harbour Secondary School on  May 25 about his experiences as Lieutenant-Governor and about the importance of feeling a part of,  and contributing to, Canada. ���Jeff Carpenter photo  Lieutenant-Governor visits  and feasts on medieval delights  by Jeff Carpenter  Lieutenant-Governor David  Lam arrived by chauffeured  limousine at Pender Harbour  Secondary School May 25.  Lam and his wife were  greeted warmly by staff and  students and enjoyed a medieval  lunch put on by the Grade 8  Home Economics class.  All banquet guests dined on a  medieval feast of roasted fowl,  bread and wine (grape Kool-  Aid) dished oul by serving  "wenches". Keeping in spirit  with the time, there were no  eating utensils save for a knife  and fingers.  Lam addressed the school in  the gym and offered insight into  his role as lieutenant-governor.  He told the students to "aim  high" and contribute to  Canada. He answered questions  with personal stories (anecdotes) that illustrated his points.  Lam told his audience the key  to being a Canadian is service.  "First there is acceptance.  From acceptance comes a sense  of belonging. And from belonging comes contribution."  He described how his  daughter coped with the move  lo Canada more than 30 years  ago. She went to Grade 2 knowing only two English words,  "Good morning." Lam recounts how she was accepted by  the people in the class, and how,  years later, she was elected lo  Ihe student council and went to  university on a scholarship.  "Acceptance and belonging  come first."  Lam told the audience how  he initially refused to be  lieutenant-governor. He feared  his English, as a second  language, would make it difficult for him to communicate  and participate in all the  demands of the position. He  reconsidered, and since  September 1988 has fulfilled his  duty as the Queen's representative in Canada.  "My main role is lo keep the  government from having complete control."  Lam .says he likes to visit  small communities. He enjoys  to see the cooperation lhal exists  in towns where most everyone  feels a part of the community.  Last year he spoke at 23  schools.  When Lam was in Hong  Kong on a diplomatic visit he  was asked if he thought  assimilation was possible.  He replied that "it would be  very difficult."  Lam said in Canada people  aren't expected to be  assimilated. They can have their  own culture, bul they "must be  a Canadian first."  Lam said he was asked how  somebody can become a  lieutenant-governor, and he  replied there was no way to  make yourself one. "Service to  your country in some way is all  it takes."  School taxes  The 1990 residential school tax rates will be down slightly  from last year.  Secretary-Treasurer Tim Anderson announced the good  news at the May 22 school board meeting. The rate this year  will be $9.06 for $1000 of assessed value, as compared to  $9.22 last year.  This will mean a reduction of $29 In the net taxes payable  by the median assessed residence.  Chatelech addition  The Ministry of Education has approved funding for the  new addition to Chatelech Secondary School.  Work is expected to start in June, with the completion date  early in 1991.  Disposal of sewage major  headache for Sechelt  The disposal of sewage from  the area around Mason Road  and Norwrat Bay Road has  ���become a major headache and  expense for the Municipal  District of Sechelt. A malfunction at the Creekside Treatment  Plant has forced Sechelt to haul  away the sewage in trucks at a  cost of approximately $6000 per  month.  Plans are in the works to construct a trunk line from that  area to the existing sewage  system, but in order to qualify  for the provincial cost-sharing  program a study is required.  Ten weeks have passed since  the application was sent in for  money to conduct such a study,  engineer Derek Ashford told the  Engineering and Operations  Committee meeting on May 24.  So far, no official word has  come in on the application.  In the meantime, Sechelt will  be laying a network of piping  through ditches to connect the  area, but this temporary remedy  will require constant monitoring.  "Any break in the line would  be a real problem for about 24  hours," he warned.  Ashford said his department  has already done much of the  preliminary work for the study  and could actually complete it  within a month of receiving a  go-ahead from Victoria.  Once the study is completed,  he told the Coast News later,  the actual design and construction phase of the trunk line will  take approximately six months.  Until the permanent lines are  installed, council members are  seriously concerned about the  potential for health hazards  should the temporary system  break down. If that occurs the  only other option is to return to  trucking out the effluent.  Yoa know summer is really here when the flowers awl marbles come oat. This group of cMMrta at  Laagdale Elementary take their game very seriously. -*M carpenler photo  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945 Coast News, May 28,1990  Manipulation  it is difficult for the ordinary citizen to analyze how  much manipulation is utilized in creating the political  storms that sweep through our country. Last week Lucien  Bouchard whipped up the winds of hysteria with his  resignation from the tederal cabinet and the conservative  party.  The announcement intensified the cries from all sectors  to prevent the collapse of Canada by passing the Meech  Lake Accord on schedule.  Several weeks ago, in a casual discussion with this  editor, MP Ray Skelly expressed his personal concerns  about Canada's future, saying that the word 'on the hill'  was that a top level cabinet minister was going to resign  and lead the separatist party to an election.  If Mr. Skelly was aware of this plan of action weeks  ago, it is logical to assume that Brian Mulroney was also  aware of the situation. The question then becomes, is this a  monumental pressure tactic by the backroom boys to force  recalcitrant premiers into line?  If this is a manipulation, it is a good one. We can only  hope that the premiers have enough politically savvy to  resist.  In praise of  due process  There are currently two issues on the Sunshine Coast being brought to the judicial system for resolution involving  government bodies. Both the rezoning of Gospel Rock and  the cancellation of Early French Immersion are being  fought through the courts on the basis of improper procedure.  Earlier this year, the regional board was in court defending its procedure in rezoning Farrington Cove.  The Gospel Rock Cease will be the second court case for  Gibsons in a year, where council has been challenged on  the legality of their decision-making methods.  These court cases are expensive and are inevitably paid  for by the taxpayer. This unnecessary and wasteful expenditure of taxpayers' money would be avoided if government bodies would follow carefully due process. Due process is designed to protect the politicians and the taxpayers.  When the process gets sloppy the taxpayers pay, one way  or another.  m  5 YEARS AQO  A public hearing to introduce amendments to the  Land Use By-law 96 was held at the SCRD offices this  week. The amendments are to add a definition, of  'Aquaculture'in order to take into account the growing  number of aquaculture and associated operations in  the area  Rockwood Lodge, which was built in 1935, was officially dedicated as a heritage building on May 30.  10 YEARS AQO  Mark Boothroyd of Gibsons won this year's amateur  race following the Gibsons Cycling Grand Prix.  Canadian Propane Branch Manager Bob Moser appeared at Thursday night's regional board meeting to  discuss objections to the location of the propane  storage tanks on the Roberts Creek waterfront.  Area B Director and Chairman of the SCRD, Ed  Nicholson, announced his resignation from both the  chair and the board effective June 26; he leaves his  position to assume a new position as supervisor of student services tor Prince Rupert.  20 YEARS AQO  A sturdy 72 year old Gibsons landmark, originally  Lepage's Glue Factory and later family apartments, has  fallen to the hands of the demolishers to make way for a  waterfront development. Back in 1898, the quiet  backwater settlement of Gibsons Landing greeted with  mixed feelings the intrusion ol big industry...the fish  glue factory.  30 YEARS AGO  The largest class ever to graduate Irom Pender Harbour High School was feted by a banquet held at the  school. Following the presentations of certificates, by  John Segec to the high school stall, a closed dance was  held for the 16 graduates, their escorts, parents, official  guests and senior students of the school.  40 YEARS AQO  Final work will be carried out soon on construction of  a wharf at Roberts Creek. A two-wing breakwater has  also been approved.  Summer houses will soon be erected in West Sechelt.  Burnell Gordon, the man behind the move, assures that  the new homes, "some fit for winter living", will be  started on his property just west of the Whitaker property.  The Sunshine  COAIf If Wf  p.ku.k.4 bv GLASSFORD PRESS LTD.  Office Mgr: Anne ThomptKHi  Dee Grant  Advertising Mgr: Fran Burnekte  John Gilbert  Jean Broccoli  Editor: Penny Fuller  Kent Sheridan  Jeff Carpenter  Production Mgr: Jane Stuart  Sherrl Payne  Bev Cranston  Bonnie McHeffey  Brian MtAndrew  BUI Rogeri  The SUNSHINE COAST NEWS is a locally owned newspaper,  published on the Sunshine Coast, BC every Monday by Qlisslord  Press Ltd., Box 460, Gibsons, BC VON 1V0. Gibsons Tel. 886-2622 or  886-7817; Sechell Tel. 885-3930; Pender Harbour Tel. 883-9099; Gibsons Fax Tel. 886-7725. Second Class Mail Registration No. 4702..  The Sunshine COAST NEWS is protected by copyright and reproduction of any part of it by any means is prohibited unless permission in  writing Is first secured from Olasslord Press Ltd., holders of the  copyright SUBSCRIPTION RATES  1 y*ir M��; 6 months 120; Foreign. 1 year $40  8.C. Doctors consider  new tactics to settle  fee disputes.  Yes Mrs. South I am open today ...  but I can only oamineyour left nostril.  We're workirg to rule this mv  Memories  of Quebec  In the spring of 19541 knew I  was coming to Canada and I  prepared for it for months by  reading everything I could find  aboul the country. I learned to  my surprise, for example, that  Montreal was the second largest  French-speaking city in the  world, after only Paris.  Knowing that, however, did  not prepare me for the reality of  it. The first Sunday morning  thai I awoke in Canada in my  brother's house in Ville Emard 1  went for a walk in this new  country to check it out.  I walked for three hours  along La rue Notre Dame and  three hours back again and in  that time I heard not one  spoken work of English. Tp a  15-ycar-old who had heaVd  nothing but his native tongue  spoken outside a classroom this  was a marvel indeed.  That September I enrolled in  a night school to further my fortunes and there I met Armand  Dubeau. .Besides sharing a night  school classroom twice a week  we both worked at the Canadian National Railways and we  became friends.  Armand took me to his home  which, paradoxically, was in the  English-speaking enclave of  Notre Dame de Grace. His  father was a Montreal taxi  driver with somewhere around  10 or 12 children. The three  eldest, Paul, Ivan, and Armand  were battle-hardened denizens  of the Montreal streets but they  took one Scottish immigrant  under their wings and, in fact, I  was soon a surrogate son free to  come and go, spoiled and made  much of by the entire family.  They encouraged me to speak  French, though everyone in the  family was comfortable in both  languages. In 1955, my first  .summer holiday in Canada,  they took me down to the farm  they went to just outside Bedford, Quebec, in the Eastern  Townships.  Maybe, to know Quebec you  have to have been made  welcome in a farm kitchen when  the fiddle came out and the feet  started tapping whilst the table  groaned under its load of good  food.  At the hands of the Dubeau  family 1 met much kindness and  warmth and kept my friendship  with all the members of the  family happily alive until I left  Montreal for the Yukon in  1963.  In September, 1956, I took  my first university course at  night and it sesemed to me  perfectly natural that I should  begin by studying the history of  the part of the world in which I  resided.  I became familiar with the  doings of Samuel de  Champlain, Louis Buade, Com-  te de Frontenac - the most spectacular and successful Governor  of New France. I was intrigued  with the stories of the Brandy  Trade and the Fur Trade. The  adventures of such as Radisson  and de Groseillier and the rest  of the intrepid voyageurs crisscrossing the continent in canoes.  I couldn't for the life of me  understand how the young  Canadians I knew considered  their history dull.  After a quick grounding in  French Canadian history supported by omnivorous reading  in the subject area, I studied  English Canadian history - after  the Battle of the Plains of  Abraham. I was working as  hard as I could to become a  Canadian.  I think of these things in these  days when the future of Canada  seems to hang in jeopardy. 1 am  one of those who find it an  enrichment to live in a country  that has two founding races and  which, from that joint stem,  seeks to allow its citizens to be  Canadians with a cultural coat  of many colours.  My experiences with French  Canadians have been without  exception kindly and warm, the  warmth of an enduring people.  That they are a distinct society  was recognized in 1839 after  they had joined with Upper  Canada to repel by arms  American invasion in the war of  1812.  The distinction lies not only  in language, but in the  Napoleonic Code of Laws. Thai  it should now be a matter of  debate seems to me incredible.  This is a large and beautiful  country, rich in human diversity  and potential. If bigotry and inept politicians succeed in  destroying it there will be a terrible sadness.  W.R. Griffith ��� in memoriam  A Coast life remembered  Bill Griffith had lived in Egmont for 70 years. On May 20,  1990 he died peacefully in Holy  Family Hospital, Vancouver, at  the age of 82.  With Bill passes a wealth of  information, for his interests  were wide and his memory excellent. Researchers studying  BC's coastal and fishing history  sought him out, enjoying the  warm hospitality Bill and his  wife Lela supplied along with  the well-remembered facts.  William Ralph Griffith was  born October 27,1907 at Clayu-  quoi Sound on Vancouver  Island's west coast. His father,  a versatile man, was filing saws  at a mill there, but long before  the little boy started school his  family had moved back to Vancouver.  There grew to be six boys and  six girls, with Bill as the eldest.  Except for John, who was killed  while logging, and Alice who  newer married, all youngsters  were destined to grow up into  healthy grandparents themselves. But meanwhile Bill's  quiet mother with her noisy  brood had to weather some  hard times, especially in WW1  while Bill's father fought  overseas as a soldier.  Back from the war, Griffith  senior determine to take, up  land on the coast. Acquiring a  small boat, he packed his wife  and six children (with another  on the way), along with their  luggage, all distributed between  the little cabin and a canvas  shelter. He took them 80 miles  from Vancouver Harbour  northwest to Squirrel Cove.  There, he found the land they  had heard about was not  available, so after a while they  started back. The floating family stopped to visit a friend in  Egmont and learned there was  some land to be taken there and'  soon they had found a permanent home. This was 1920.  Bill was now 13 and old  enough to help keep the group  eating, so besides working at  home he took whatever jobs he  could find. Quickly grasping  ejach situation, he was afterwards able to explain in detail  the operations of a fish saltery  on Newcastle Island near  Nanaimo, and logging railway  construction at Menzies Bay  near Campbell River. On the  latter job he was a 'gandy-  dancer', tamping down railway  tin. Though Bill never went  back to school, curiosity and a  good memory, with a wide  range of reading, were turning  him into an impressively  educated man.  In the summers, with a  rowboat and one or two lines,  hooks and lures, Bill joined the  salmon fleet. He rowed across  the Gulf of Georgia to Lasqueti  Island or to Cape Mudge, returning with his earnings in the  fall. They were strenuous, happy seasons. Bill learned to play  a little on the fiddle and banjo  on stormy days among the driftwood shacks. As a teenager, he  tried hard to gain the seasoned  fishermen's respect.  By 1928 he had achieved his  first gas-boat, the Lund. Bill  was now a full-time fisherman,  and totally contented to be one  for life. He crewed in the twin-  seine herring fishery, trolled for  bluebacks, long-lined for black  cod and dogfish, live-caught  cod, tutd dug tons of clams in  the winter. A thorough craftsman, he built many small boats  and three motor vessels including his own gillnetter, the  Thais in 1952. And to oblige his  friends and neighbours, he  made innumerable boat repairs,  both woodworking and black-  smithing.  But Bill's real career was as a  salmon gillnetter. Spanning 50  years, his techniques changed  with the mechanization of the  industry from pulling the net by  hand, a back-breaking job, to  the modern drum. Bill's first  engine consisted of two Cadillac  cylinders on a Vulcan base. He  replaced it with a five-horse  Yale, a six and then a 15 Vivian,  and a 105 horse power GMC.  When he sold the Thais in 1978  she had a 120 horse power Font  diesel and modern electronics.  Meanwhile the salmon, once  so plentiful even in the creek by  Bill's boyhood home in East  Vancouver, grew scarcer until  Bill and the other commercial  and sports fishermen had to  range the coast from the Fraser  to the Nass to catch them.  Exploring the coast, however,  was one of Bill's greatest joys.  He searched out interesting  rocks to polish inlo jewellery.  He dug old bottles from half-  forgotten canneries and brought  glass net-floats for his wife's  collections. He poked inlo new  anchorages from her lo Alwka  during the fishing season.  Between seasons was another  story. Bill had become a settled  householder by beating oul all  the competition for the hand of  ihe new school teacher and marrying Lela Meamish in 1934.  They built beside the Griffith  seniors and raised a son and  daughter who were not much  younger than some of Bill's  sisters and brothers. Here Bill  and Lela lived for the 56 years  of their marriage.  After retiring, Bill still  repaired boats and began to do  small machining jobs to help  friends. Satellite television  fascinated him, and he also reread favourite books from his  collection of non-fiction,  classics, and science fiction.  Brand new interests were always  surfacing, even while he lay in  hospital.  Bill's death was due to heart  failure after a stroke. He is  mourned by his wife Lela; their  Please tum to page 4  Your community's  AWARD-WINNING  newspaper  \S^^Bi^V��>- ���Coast News, May 28,1990  School board's allegations rebutted  Miter's Note: The following  was received for publication.  Mis. Carol Adams,  Chairperson, and Members  Board of School Trustees  School District 46, Gibsons.  Regarding your display  advertisement which appeared  in the May 7,1990 edition of the  Press, Sunshine Coast Parents  for French hereby respond.  Ine reasons stated for changing the delivery of French Immersion in this district are  misleading, inaccurate and based on assumptions and insufficient informalion. Examination  ol the lacts reveals the following:  Need for change: Middle  French Immersion (MFI) is not  being considered by any BC  school dislricl and is nol viewed  as a replacement loi Early  French Immersion (EFI)  anywhere else in BC,  Furthermore, the Ministry of  Education does nol recogiii/e or  fund MFI and has no intention  of doing so. Ministry officials  state thai no problems with EKI  in BC warrant its cancellation.  Coniaei Lillianne Doueelte,  Dr. Geoffrey Mills or Gloria  Gcit/e for verification.  Teacher shortage: There is no  apparent shortage of Fl teachers in BC. Traditionally Fl  teachers come from other areas  of Canada, primarily Quebec.  A hiring fair takes place in  Campbell River annually. The  one held last month attracted  over 100 Fl teachers, twice as  many as were required by the  districts represented.  The Ministry of Education  will be sponsoring courses lhat  familiarize out-of-province Fl  teachers with the BC educa-  lional system and leaching practices beginning in the summer of  1990.  First   language  concerns:  There is no basis in fact for concerns expressed legarding proti  ciencj in English by EFI students. In the spirit of quality  control, the Ministry of Education conducts ongoing research  lo ensure EFI students' performance in English, ihis research  consistently shows thai Ell  students perforin as well as, or  belter lhan, their English siicam  equivalents in Grades 4. 7 and  10 in all subject areas, including  English.  Recent findings in research by  Jim Cummins of Ontario Institute for Studies in Education  (C)ISE) show lhat any difficulty  in English experienced by EFI  students is limited to immigrant  or native children whose first  language is not English.  Integration: 'The integration  A legacy left  Editor:  The Sunshine Coasl has been  saddened by the sudden death  of Rai Purdy on Mas 18, 1990.  Rai spent his last years working on the Gibsons Landing  Cutback  Editor:  A significant and unexpected  drop in the pulp market in April  and May has resulted in reduced  shipments of pulp and a drastic  reduction in HSPP's profitability.  Local organizations who request donations will find that  we have become more selective  in our approval process;, Our  basic philosophy remains the  same: lo support projects which  will have lasting cultural or  recreational   value.  However, the total amount of  money available for donations  must obviously decrease.  W.I. Hughes, President, HSPP  Theatre Project with all of his  heart and soul. He was the  leader who guided the project to  the point where ihe government  monies were the only missing  component. Even those monies  were promised until the federal  politicians allered their  priorities.  For those of us on Ihe board  of directors who had the  privilege of knowing and working with Rai, we will always  remember his vision and tireless  determination to build a theatre  lor Ihe performing arts here on  the Coast.  He leaves with us a legacy of  integrity and effort that will inspire us to carry on his goal for  this community.  Rai Purdy was a very special  person to us. Our sympathies go  lo Verity and their children at  this lime.  Mary Bittroff, President  The Gibsons Landing  Theatre Project Society  Kil:  c*&     P  1  1  WmW^  ficrroi  presents  -*"^  \\\\\\w  CLARKE STEABNER  *��  Classical Guitarist  V     Friday, June 1   6:30 pm  .<  ���New Summer Hours���  Mondjy          9 - 5  Tues - Sat        9 �����  Sunday       Closed  Effective Friday, June 1  Reservations Recommended  ^~^a/   T  ���re'iln Square, Sechelt    885-9962  ol special needs students has  been mandated by the ministry,  both through the new School  Acl and by a Minister's Order  (13/89)'. There is no reason that  special needs students cannot  enroll and be successful in Fl  programs with the exception of  hearing impaired or some multi-  handicapped children.  There are, in fact, many  children who have learning  disabilities and other devel-  opemental delays presently  enrolled in Fl. No other district  in BC has considered cancelling  EFI baause of the Ministry of  Education mandate concerning  integration.  Primary program: The Ministry of Education mandate for  the Year 2000 program encompasses EFI as well as English. In  fact, some of the underlying  philosophy of the Year 2000  program is already in practice in  EFI classrooms due to the newel  for vocabulary introduction.  e\ll resource books and program guidelines are being  smoothly and spontaneously  translated into French, beginning with Primary I.  MFI has not been considered  in the framework of the Year  2000 program.  Sunshine Coast Parents for  French is committed lo the continuation ol EFI in School  District 46.  Elaine Peers, president  CHAMBERS PLANNING SERVICES  ^=^===a=c==ca===^^ammmmB=ammmmmW  ���Retirement Planning *Life Insurance  ���Investment Planning ���Employee Benefit Plans  'Serving the Sunshine Coast for over 8 Years'  LAWRENCE K. CHAMBERS  LIFE UNDERWRITER  a Mulual funds letaeKa weeee Aacol I eeeanceal Seevicas Lee]  _a Lela enauiaewc licanca <e>hn Naleonai L.la ol Canada  TELEPHONE IM-t111  fax IM4121  TOLL FREE     1 S00-M3-2051  SwwhliM Coast  PEST CONTROL LTD   Oeaaves ffd     Peaeeeltf Haebour. BC   VON 2H0  LOCALLY OPERATED GOVERNMENT LICENSED UNMARKED VEHICLES  For control of carpenter ants, rodants <& othor pasts  Our Perimeter Treatment  Cuts down on the invasion  of crawling insects  For Confidential OM��  Advice & Estimates  883-2531  Prttrtatment of houses under construction!  othor pests  tructlonl    *��'       I  On Gospel Rock  Editor:  I noted with interest your  from page coverage of the passing of Gospel Rock re/oning.  Alderman Reynolds was quoted  as saying council had taken into  consideration the "irrevocable"  covenants received.  I don't believe these  covenants, which concern  restructuring part of block 7 to  an "average" of 10,000 square  fool density and the deeding of  18 acres of parkland, are irrevocable at all.  My informalion, from a  lawyer, is that the owner, the  developer, or anyone, can  challenge these covenants at any  time. Perhaps someone will do  this as soon as they have no  more need of this council's en-  Ihusiasiic backing.  This is only one of many  reasons the Friends of Gospel  Rock feel compelled lo take ihis  case  to  court  al   ihis  time.  Heaven knows the lasl thing we  want to do is spend our own  money to challenge our own  council, who will hire a lawyer  at our expense to fight us.  Like the people we elected to  represent us, we want only the  'best for Gibsons. If you feel we  should have more solid legal information, including an impact  Study done on Ihis very sensitive  area (deemed of CRITICAL  importance in Gibsons Community Plan) and can contribute morally and/or financially, please call 886-8775 or  886-8705.  ' If council is able to continue  making decisions with the kinds  of irregularities shown in the  passing of this by-law, when  Ihey know they are in the spot  light and there are supportive  people wauling to help ihem.  whal might they do when ihey  think no one cares?  Lola Westell  NEED A LAWYER  OR .LEGAL INFORMATION?  LAWYER REFERRAL SERVICE: If you think you might have a  legal problem but aren't sure, if you need legal advice but don't  know where ,o look, if you need a lawyer but don't know one -  the Lawyer Referral Service can help you. It's simple and  inexpensive: an interview of up to 30 minutes costs only $10.  Lawyer Referral Service, Vancouver* Lower Mainland 687-3221  DIALALAW: For free general legal inlormation on 131 different  topics, phone toll-tree 1-800-972-0956.  ���  A public tervfee of the B.C. Branch, CNMdton Bar  AawocitrtkHi,fuwledbytheUwFcHind.itlonofB.C.  Cavalcade update  Editor:  Re: update on 1990 Sea Cavalcade ��� July 27, 28, 29.  On May 5 participating merchants agreed to contribute part  of the proceeds from sales on  thai date to Sea Cavalcade.  'First Night' netted $2297! Participants included Pronto's,  Gramma's Pub, Elphie's  Cabaret, Andy's Restaurant,  Omega Restaurant, Ernie &  Gwen's Drive-In, Cedars Pub  and the Mariners' Restaurant.  On behalf of the entire 1990  Sea Cavalcade commitiee please  extend my sincere thank you to  all the participating merchants  and the participating members  of the communily. Our success  depends on everyone's participation.  The Miss Gibsons Fashion  Show was held May 22 and 23.1  personally attended the May 22  showing and must compliment  all organizers, committee  members, the lovely 12 contestants, the record breaking  community attendance. Bob  Hyams, another fine job! Whal  a marvelous performance!!  The newest attraction of the  1990 Sea Cavalcade is Ihe introduction of Ihe official 'Town  greeter', dressed in tuxedo, top  hat and modelling the latest  'hot' Gibsons T-shirt. Yes!  These T-shirts are going to be  available very soon and  everyone will be proud lo wear  one.  Parade   forms   are   now  available.  Please ensure your  Jtoqne, hwmljers are included.  "WVolurtteers are welcomed and  any ideas or concerns will be addressed. I can be reached al my  home number 886-2609.  Gwen Koftinoff  ATTENTION  HOMEOWNERS AND CONTRACTORS  ��� DEC-K-INC is now available on the Sunshine Coast  ��� DEC-K-INC is a revolutionary new development  in Sundeck and Koofdeck materials  Backing is fiberglass reinforced vinyl  for exceptionally strong heat-welded seams  This is NOT a fabric-backed material  ��� 5 Year Guarantee  on work and materials.  * Government-approved vinyl  membrane lor root decks.  ��� For More Information contact:  Richard Hartley  VICKTERY DEC-K-ING  fV  883-9907 883-287$  J /��� ^v   Ddys Evenings.  "  ' -^   Vj Weekends  Buy Any  TWO  CAR CARE CHEMICALS;  Open  Weekends  1 -4 pm  Reedwood  6 New 1 Level Townhomes  Corner North Rd. & Reed Rd.  Display Unit #3 Now Complete  I        i.  Wm\W  Contact Liee Keller 886-4680  Montreal Trust 278-8181  Another Quality Development by  HANS OUNPUU CONSTRUCTION  A Division of  TWIN OAKS DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION  886*4660  AND/OB  AT THE REGULAR RETAIL PRICE  500 ml.  (CXC 83)  AND RECEIVE   1   ^^^^^^  CAB WASH  For   mmmm  *' $4.95  Reg Retail  Motorcraft  OEM APPROVED CHEMICALS  SOUTH COAST FORD j  MDL5936  Vancouver Toll Free 684-2911  Wharf Rd.,  Sechelt  885-3281 i <  Parts  885-7211 Coast News, May 28.1990  &  1  Children from the MM Baptist Church ( hoir contributed to the  general testisiiits at Sunnvcrest Mails Second Annual "Welcome  Back Summer Music Festival" which raised fundi, for the Cystic  Kibrosis Foundation. -Hulk toe-mlcr phulo  Elphie's ordered  one-day closure  The Coast News has been informed by Kick Stevens of Ihe  Liquor Control and l.iicfisitiK Branch's public affairs office  in Victoria that hlphiVs Cabaret Mill be closed for one day,  June 16.  The public hearing of May 14 in (absents found irregularities in the cabaret operation; namely, instances of intoxicated  .persons on Ihe premises beieen served liquor, and the participation of customers in an exotic dance performance.  A sign lhat informs of the closure musl lie (Misled where il  is visible to the public on Ihe day of the closure.  t*.n.  I  If;  m  A Heritage Tea recognizing Gibsons' 104th birthday was held in  the Marine Room on May 22, and dropping in for the occasion  were George and Charlotte Gibsons, aka. David Dew and Mary  Ellen Turner of the Gibsons Landing Merchants' Association.  ���Jeff Carpenler photo  George and Charlotte  drop in for tea  by Jeff Carpenter  <���  (jeorge Gibson and Charlotte  - appeared at the Heritage Socie-  ��� ly Tea held in the Gibsons  '. Library Marine Room on May  :22.  ; Dave Dew and Mary Ellen  ���Turner showed their spiiit tor  ��� Heritage Week by showing up  ���in the guise of Ihe town's  ��� founder and his wile wearing  .authentic late 19th Century  '. costumes.  ; The Heritage Tea is an an-  ; nual event that has been sponsored by Ihe Herilage Society  ��� for the pasl five years. It's an  -excuse for long-lime Gibsons  '.residents lo get together,  ', reminisce and swap stories.  J Gwen Robertson, secretary  ;of the Herilage Sociely, collected  donations  and  handed  oul memberships and specially  pruned cards.  Heather Horsnell, Public  Relations person for Ihe sociely  ensured there was enough coffee, lea. and baked goodies to  go around for all (he guests.  "We make a point of inviting  all the oldtimers. Some are in  the hospital and can't make it  bul we invite ihem all,"  Horsnell lold the Coasl News.  Robcrlstm and three olher  judges decided on ihe best  Herilage Week costumes and  businesses on May 23.  Mary Cook came in first for  besi costume with Lois Westell  second and Dave Dew. iliitd.  The Landing General Store  received lop honours lor besi  business display wilh Jusi For  You second and Richards  Men's Wear, third.  Rainbow Pre-School  (Parent Participation)  is taking enrollment  for Next Term  Oct. -  May, 1991  ���*����K  Morning & Afternoon Classes,  Tum., WihJ. & Thurs.  Our New Location: .  Camp Douglas, Beach Ave., Robert* Creek, B.C.  Pre-reghter at Roberts Creek Library, Saturday, /une 2  between 7 / and I  or call Vicki kroner WJ-MJJ or |di�� Hodgson fWaWblu  Parksports field  officially opens  by fcv Oaamttm, MUMS  The official opening of Cliff  Gilker Park's new three .acre  sports field will be at 2 pm on  May 31. The public is invited.  The field, which spoils two  basebase diamonds and a soccer  field (which are aligned to nol  interfere wilh each other), will  lie ready for use in the fall of  ihis year.  The back slops and goal posts  will be erected at lhal time. This  will give the field, which has a  14 inch depth of sand, several  varieties of grass, and hopefully  a minimum amount of mud,  time lo settle and lake root over  ihe summer.  According lo Area D Direc-  loi Brett McGillivray, the total  cost of ihe field has come close  to $ 150,000. This included a GO  BC provincial grant of approx  imately $46,01)0, one thud of  the cost fiom Wet Howe  Sound Recreation Committee  and ihe SCRD, and the olher  third coming fiom de .nations including HSPP, BC Hydro and  too many oihers to mention.  Most important and without  them ii wouldn't have come  together ��� over 60 volunteers  including Sandy Gibb and his  equipment, who campaigned  and worked on this project.  Take a hike through Cliff  Ciilker Park ��� ihe nails are  natural, easy hiking. Some are  longer lhan oihers ��� all are incredibly beautiful through this  treed, fresh and unspoiled bit of  Rubens Creek. Every trail  leads, al one lime or another,  over Ihe creek, small pools and  falls  there is also a pleasant little  picnic spot with tables next lo  the new sports field.  |  KIWANIS VILLAGE CARE HOME SOCIETY  I Gibsons, B.C.  1   lune 20, 1990, at 7:30 pm Marine Room, Lower Gibsons  ��== sassmssmssmjmMWfSm^aSSa^mmsmmsmtmmSmsaSSS  A Coast life  Continued from page 2  son W.b. 'Billy' Griffith wilh  Iiin wife Ins ol Egmont;  daughter Elaine wilh her husband Carl Hegglund of Crol-  lem; and seven grandchildren.  Bill's surviving sisters are Nell  SeatOll of Vicloria, Mary West  of Egmont. Mabel Jorgenson of  Port McNeill. Marjorie Hume  and Olive Gibson of Burnaby.  Of his brolhers. Ben is in Powell  River, Ken in Sechelt. and Ira in  Ladysmith,  Bill always knew his own  mind, and his wish was iliai no  service be held for linn Instead  of flowers, donations to ihe  Pender Harbour and District  Health Cenlre. Box 308.  Madeira Park. B.C. VON 2H0  would be appreciated. Maybe  his friends will give a toast to  Bill Griffith and hear once more  his favourite parting phrase,  "Don't work too hard!"  DR. HUGH & MARGARET INGLIS  are celebrating their  50th Wedding Anniversary  JUNE 1, 1990  Congratulations from their daughters Jeeyce Huhbs and  Daphne Yorke .ind seen Fred Inglis, son-in-law Bill Huhbs  .ind grandchildren rum and Seem Hulihs.  Any way you Slice it  the Classifieds bring results  10.9 APR/48 MonthFinancinff  or $750 Cash Back   *  aren't the only reasons  people are buying  Tempos and Topaz.  We believe in incentives, jusi like the next guv. In fact  wc offer a t hi fin- tit 10.9$ liii.int ing (in up to 48 months  oi $750 rash hack un two of lliitish Columbia's best  sellers..Tempoand lopaz. Ami tvefreel) athnii wedoii  to case your payments.  But that's inn (lie poinl. \bu bttv a car lot its quality,  not just the sav iugs. Anil wc believe vou should lx- able lo  get into a dependable car without paving through the  nose. Consider the Tempo and lopaz I., with value  packages IlllA or 33IA, they're packed full of  features thai include:  ���air conditioning  ���automatic transmission  ��� four-wheel independent suspension  ��� 2.3 Lelectronic fuel injected engine  ���power steering and brakes  ��� gas-pressurized shocks  ��� interval wipers ,  ���dualelectric mirrors  In short, a  Complete Car.  Remember, when you're looking  around lor a new vehicle, think of  incentives as simply another feature.  Bui don't loi get the quality. Wilh  Tempo and Topaz you gel both. Do  vou suppose this could be the reason  why, in the past loin years, more  ih,in 20,000 people became lempo  or Topaz owners, right herein  British Columbia?*  ���IlSm off... ma, noe M coMneert Male aseatea cisooaeeeej a eaeteacM *�����**����� rata lee Heaee elf eaat. .(MM anMajMa to. 10 ts ftnaeecleeg me a maaleeeeem N leeeHeete wee. oee appeov.d  cradlt. 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Poeaa��Coeeef��maiene��iBlfe��9.alrafiona e���� ������������ %\\\\msm\%Mi^i^i^Bi^B  The Sunshine Coast ]       \ Dealers  Serhtk  South C*��al lord SiIbW.  SquaniA  Sffumish lord Siln PULL OUT * KEEP  Coast News, May 28,1990 Coast News, May 28,1990 Coast News, May 28,1990  Georcje    in    Gibsons  Student enjoys hometown mail  fcy George Cooper   UM51Q  Surprised is hardly the word  for Chantal Bertrand's reaction  to the arrival of 11 letters from  Grade 5 pupils whom she had  nevw met.  Chantal came here from  Quebec about a month ago, and  is rapidly getting conversant in  English. It was her friend,  Laure Desrochers, a teacher in  Notre Dame de Lourdes  Elementary in Iberville,  Quebec, who had organized the  letter-writing exercise.  Now Chantal has replies to  write while her friends here help  her collect stickers and other  small souvenirs of Gibsons and  the Sunshine Coast to send to  the children in the fifth year in  Notre Dame Elementary.  "Do you collect things?" was  a question that most asked her.  And like children elsewhere,  they like sports - soccer, for instance. Several mentioned  music they like. One tells that  she has two mothers and two  fathers. Another explains how  she is a year older than the  others in the class. One, Yadin  Yi, comes from Thailand.  "Is it hard to learn English?"  many ask.  They sent money to pay for  the stickers they so politely requested.  Leave it to the children to  draw Canada together!  SCOUTS & CUBS  Scouts and Cubs were actively organized in Gibsons by the  Reverend Owen Darby, the  .Anglican Minister who came  here in 1928 to build up the  church that beecame St. Bartholomew's.  On the church grounds in  1930, Darby's two Scout  troops, the Cougars and the  Silvertips, built a 'hall', 16 feet  by 12 feet, of salvaged lumber.  Cec Chamberlin and Jim  Chaster remember attending  Cubs about this time.  Noted, too, in Frank  Wyngaert's The West Howe  Sound Story is that Darby  organized Girl Guides at the  same time. Guiding was carried  on by Elenore Morris and Nina  Chamberlin, later Mrs. McCartney, after Darby's departure  from Gibsons.  In 19SI Scouting in the  district was revived by Amy  Blain and Lottie Dawson,  assisted by others.  "Fred Stenner was our first  cubmaster," said Amy.  "We hiked up the mountain,  and did other activities in what  was called the School Hall,"  said Freed.  There must be many more  here who were Scouts and Cubs  at that time.  PROFUSION AL WOMEN  Gibsons Business and Professional Women's Club elected  new officers are: Janice Edmonds, president; Christine  Hughes, first vice; Mary Cook,  second vice; Cheryl Ahrens,  secretary for a second term;  Carol Service, treasurer.  Sechelt    Scenario  Sechelt to celebrate  by Margaret Watt, 885-33M  Keep Canada beautiful, starting with Sechelt. This is the  main theme of this year's  Sechelt Celebration Days.  The festivities start on Sunday, July 1 with a pancake  breakfast. The parade, which  starts at 11, proceeds along  Cowrie Street to Hackett Park  where the cake cutting and the  rest of the ceremonies take  place.  The rest of the day is devoted  to various things: children's  events, square dancing, races, a  demonstration of the Jaws of  Life. There will be a prize for  the best costume made out of  recyclable materials. Booths will  be set up, filled with crafts.  In the evening, between 5 and  7, a family style salmon  barbecue picnic is planned. It  looks as though there is  something for everyone.  The planning of Sechelt  Celebration Days is underway,  and if any organization wants K  take part, get in touch with  either Laurie or Nancy at  885-5881. There's only six  weeks left, so hurry!  SECHELT PRESCHOOL  Registrations are being taken  for three year olds. For more information call Carol at  885-7737, or if you would like  to see a class in action, call the  preschool to arrange an observation with Jeannie at 885-3515.  SPRING LUNCHEON  Just a reminder about the  hospital auxiliary's spring luncheon which will be held on  Thursday, May 31 at the Indian  Band Hall starting at 11 am.  The auxiliary will also have  handicrafts for sale then too. If  you want to have a .peek at the  crafts they are on display at  Marlee's Fashions on Cowrie  Street so you don't have to wait  for the luncheon if you see  something your heart desires,  and you will, I can almost  guarantee it!  PUBLIC  NOTICE  Spring Clean-up  The Town ol Qlbsons has made arrangements for a special  collection of refuse, old lurniture, appliances, etc. from all  residential areas of the Town. This collection will take  place over two weekends. The area within the shaded portion of the attached map will be serviced on the weekend  of June 2nd & 3rd. The unshaded portion of the Town will  be serviced on the weekend of June 9th & 10th. Residents  are requested to place items they wish to dispose ol at the  roadside on Saturday morning. The collector will progress  as quickly as possible, but may not complete the collection until Sunday, or possibly Monday. He will not be making "call-backs". Your unwanted items must be put out on  Saturday, June 2nd if your residence is In the shaded area,  on Saturday, June 9th il your residence is In the unshaded  area. No regular household garbage will be picked up in  this special collection.  By order ol your Town Council  RL. Goddard ��� Clerk  The dub, which offers an annual bursary to a woman returning to school or training, is  open to all working women.  Call 886-3438.  CURLING CLUB  The club's Flea Market is  June 10 from 10 am until 2 pm.  To book a table call Carol  Skytte at 886-7801 after 6 pm.  PHONE REFERENDUM  Have you mailed your ballot?  If you don't vote you may gel  what you don't want.  HUNTER GALLERY  A reception Monday evening  at 7:30, June 4 will open Trudy  Small's   10th   Annual   Show.  Trudy has been a volunteer  worker in the gallery which she  founded a good many years  ago.  Trudy's work has been  shown on six occasions in the  provincial Festival of the Arts,  and she has received honourable  mentions in juried exhbitions of  the Assembly of BC Art Councils and at the Art Centre in  Sechelt.  She won the Gillian Lowndes  award in 1989, took formal  training at the Ontario School  of Arts and in numerous  workshops given by well-known  artists.  KIDS  Trail Bay Centre Mall, Sechelt  Chip & Pepper  Wetweat Buckshot Fleece  Shlrta  Size - Bigger  885-5255  SHOP LOCALLY  SUNSHINE COAST  PARENTS FOR FRENCH  In view of the misinformation published in a recant advertisement paid  for by the local school district, S.C.P.F. would like to provide the public  with the following facts.  WHAT HAS HAPPENED?  ���On February 13, 1990 the board announced its decision to unilaterally cancel Early  French Immersion and replace it with Middle French Immersion (M.F.I.), in 1993.  ���This decision was reached without consulting parents, teachers, administrators or  Ministry of Education experts.  ���This decision was reached before the board developed policies regarding alternative  programs and bilingualism as promised in June 1989.  ���This decision was made ignoring Ministry of Education Policy No. 38 which requires  one year notification of any change or cancellation of a program to allow families to  prepare for the change.  ���This decision was made ignoring the board's own policy on forming policy.  ���This decision was made before the board did any research into M.F.I.  ���On April 10, 1990, a majority of the board members expressed their desire to  reconsider the decision. Procedural wrangling prevented reconsideration.  WHAT DOES THE BOARD'S DECISION MEAN?  ���The board has replaced a successful program that families want with a program that  only the board "wants".  ���They have replaced a program that is fully funded by federal grants with one that  would have to be funded entirely by local tax dollars.  ���How can this board guarantee a program that will begin in three years when its term of  office ends in six months?  Sunshine Coast Parents for French is committed to the rights of all  parents to be involved in the decision making process regarding the  education of their children.  it Goodrich  Lifesaver A/W  60/000 KILOMETRE  Limited Treadlife Warranty  Introductory Offer*  4*T  ��� 5  INTMDUCTORY  we  OFFER  P155/80R13  91.90  57.89  P165/80R13  105.70  66.59  P175/80R13  114.20  71.95  P185/80R13  118.70  74.78  P185/75R14  122.80  77.36  P195/75R14  127.10  80.07  P205/75R14  133.80  84.29  P205/70R14  146.50  92.30  P205/75R15  142.00  89.46  P215/75R15  149.10  93.93  P225/75R15  '154.40  97.27  P235/75R15  163.10  102.75  P235/75R15XL  179.30  112.96  'Applies to  EXISTING STOCK ONLY  FREE REPLACEMENT  Other Than Tread Wear-Out. If a Lifesaver A/W tire  (other than one branded "Blemished") becomes  unserviceable due to any condition other than  tread wear-out or those specified in Section V, the  tire will be replaced at no charge with a new  comparable BFGoodrich brand tire within the first  12 months after the date of purchase or the first  25% treadwear, whichever occurs first. No charge  made for mounting or balancing.  New technology has brought Ihe development ol a  new tire: Lifesaver A/W. BFGoodrich Tires engineers  call this new advancement "Optimized Design  Technology". It gives the Lifesaver A/W a wider  footprint on the road for belter handling, a new shape  that provides more even wear, and a uniform tread  depth that makes the Lifesaver A/W more durable. So  durable, in fact, that it's backed by a 60,000 Kilometre  Limited Treadlife Warranty. For drivers looking for  outstanding performance in all conditions, Lifesaver  A/W delivers.  iiFGoodrieh  TIRES  ll  n  8862700  OASTH.  Hwy. 101  One Mile West  of Gibsons  Tim, Br;ike it Suspension Centre  Your Locally Owned TIRE LAND Store  J Coast News, May 28,1990  The atxive space is provided  courtesy of these Gibsons landing  Merchants  GIBSONS LANDING  It all starts right here  w  Ken's Lucky Dollar has a  Kremp of people working as a  team to provide you with the  best service, value and selection  possible. The new summer  hours make shopping even  more convenient ��� now open  laic ��� till 8 on weeknighls and  till 6 on Saturdays and Sundays.  When you step inside the  sleire, the aroma of freshly bak-  eel breads, cakes, pies and muffins will make shopping at  Ken's a delight in itself ��� but  even better is sampling the tasty  treats, Better come early to get  them though, wilh ihe reputations of our bakery stall the  goodies are often all gone while  they are slill warm! You just  can't find tastier, fresher baked  goods anywhere, nol even at  Grandma's!  Our new Deli selection  leal u res fresh salads, sandwiches, sliced meats, specially  cheeses, BBQ chicken and ribs,  antl an assortment of ready-to-  ea| meats.  wm  At Ken's the premium Grade  'A' quality meats arc hung to  perfection, and all the usual  and even some of the not-so-  usual cuts are always available  in the well-stocked meat section.  Shoppers from all over the  Sunshine Coast, come to Ken's  Lucky Dollai because of the  quality and selection of fresh  fruits antl vegetables in the Produce Department.  Do your shopping al Ken's  where Ihe people arc friendly  and helpful. You'll be delighted  with the prices loo!  Everyone Gets  10% Off  The First Thursday  of every month  Just bring in our  COUPON in the  SHOPPEH'8 GUIDE  MARY'S  VARIETY  886-8077  Open 7 Days A Week  Featuring  Local Crafts  Greeting Cards  ��� Fridge Magnels  ��� Ceramic Souvenirs  Gown Pi. Rd.  Gllnons Landing  Dry Cleaning  Drop OH  Come in & check oul our  CRAFTS  SUPPLIES  6-323*-;  Opm: lues Sal  10-4 |je JO"  Tues & Thurs eves  ,30,30 _W  ^lections  n-  453 Marine Drive  Gibsons Landing  Ceramics Instruction  Workshops  Eagles & Whales  PHOTO GALLERY   \ Sunshine    J*  ��� Frames       ��     ^^^  ��� Posters      $*     ��� Princess  ��� Prints     o<?    Louisa Cruises  |�� Cards <?* ��� 0'p��t Wii*  ��       ��� Fishing Charters  J    From $15 per hour   30 boats  ��� 886-834124 m  SUNSHINE COAST  TOURS & CHARTERS  IP  VbVUVWWUVW  NEW i  For the finishing touch     5  j Trlsha }  5 Romance Prints t  I  in Oak Frames      fr  j'ACCENTS, ^  61(1 Store /*  \  Gibsons Landing ^.fliMM *\  ���j 866-9288 p     ���*-glllll[lll ���%  Closed Mon., except holidays   J  ww%*k*-kvu,\A%vi^  YOU'VE GOT A FRIEND AT  txxrksfoe  441 Marine Drive, Gibsons   886-8158  Full Prescription Service SEVEN DA YS A WEEK: Weekdays to 7:00 pm  WJM$Sfc.  liisigi  Your full line  EXTRA:  Enter with  Any Non-Winning On-line Ticket,  (649. Lotlo B.C., Express or B.C. Kenol  Each Week we will draw for a  Lunch at the Mariners' Restaurant  lvalue to $10.00)  '   f? ���'-'-i-rt.'H    /          Every  ^.c:* I  THURSDAY IS SENIORS' DAY  Save 10%  With Gold Care Card  Except Prescriptions and Lottery Tickets  leKlllllas  Sale  Hems  Crest  Toothpaste  PumplOOml. Zi39  Pabatan No. 4/6/12  Lotion Cream  No. S  4.69  IDA  Mouth Wash  750 ml. 1 .99  Topol Smokers  Toothpaste  100 ml  4.99  Efferdenl  Denture Tabs  Ms plus 12 Bonus  House & Garden Spray  Raid  350 gm.  4.19  Thermos Personal  Cooler  151.   Il"xl5"  21.99  Thermos Unbreakable  Glasses  Woi 6pack  Gaviscon  (���bam Tabs 100's 0.79  Gaviscon  Liquid 340 ml. 0.39  Regular  Contac C  20's; Allergy Formula 24's  7.49  Extra Strength  Tylenol  Arrid - Aerosol/Roll-On/Solid  Anti-Perspirant  200 ml.: 75 ml.: 60 gm.       2.99  Cream  Clearasil  J5gm,  2.69  Daily Face Wash  Clearasil  200 ml  3.79  Disney  Bubble Bath  500 ml.  1.99  IDA  Petroleum Jelly  ���ISOgm. ft a-13  Soft Sense  Lotion  360 m/.  2.99  Lotion  Solarcaine  170 ml.  Aerosol 115 gm.  Gel or Mist 110 ml.  4.19  Webber  Vitamin E  Cream 120 ml.  6.99  Wilh Iron 100's  First Choice with C Complex  Vitamin B  300mg. 100's 4.65  First Choice - Synthetic  Vitamin E  400IU 100's  3.49  First Choice  Vitamin C  500 mg. 100s  3.49  First Choice  Lecithin  1200 mg. 100',  2.89  Vldal Sassoon Shampoo or  Conditioner  :100 ml. 3.69  Good News or Daisy  Razor Blades  Sun-In H   Hair Lightener  150 ml.  3.99  Silkience Conditioner or  Shampoo  300 ml.  2.99  Selsun Blue  Shampoo  200 ml.  5.39  Jhirmack Shampoo or  Conditioner  340 ml.  3.99  _P/ui5'��  Breton ^^^  Crackers  225 gm.  1.1  1.1  Assorted  Crunch 'n Munch  141gm./150gm. .9  Crush - Assorted Flavours  Fruit Drinks  37.89  250 m).  YOUR NEIGHBOURHOOD DRUG STORE  Sheepskin Rugs  Mohair Throws  "Leather Scraps  The Sunshine Coast  .^SLIPPER  JCOMPANYI  STORE   886-4500  FACTORY  885-7413  Quiche & Salad"  $3.75  Oepen Every Day  9-5:30   886-7522  -GjbaoM Landing J  ��� Fishing Tackle  ��� Marine Hardware  ��� Marine Electronics  ��� Outdoor Apparel  GIBSONS,  marina  886-8816 X  8o�� 1520. GiDtoni AC.  Come in to a Friendly Cafe  Relax and Enjoy  ���A superbly satisfying meal  ���A "famous" Harbour Cafe  home made dessert  ���Great service from people  who care  o  s  cm  Gelftom Landing 886-2261  * <  _ ���..iialaw ^>mm*.im>^mt*j Hu tm_ iaOl tm WW 111 I *W   I Coast News, May 28,1990  ::  DINNER THEATRE  SUNDAY, JUNE 10,1990  Tickets on Sale Nowl  OMEGA  RESTAURANT  ^^^^^^^^     OVERLOOKING GIBSONS HARBOUR  5S5^SSreservations886-2268 takeout5BSSS5S  s10  00  off  All  Gibsons  9:30-6:00 Mon.-Thurs.  9:30-8:00 Friday  9:30 - 5:30 Saturday  10:00-4:00 Sunday  WORK BOOTS  149.99 And Ovar  Sechtlt  9:00-5:30 Mon.-Thurs.  9:00-8:00 Friday  9:00-5:30 Saturday  11:00-3:00 Sunday  e WORK WEN?  /IK WORLD x.  I          1  SALE  * ...  Dresses  aw**' WT* "^^  Sizes 8 - 20  P***vi  Example: *t?��W  r^M  $125����  Just for you  UI'IN 7 DAYS A VV1IK  TasTuTiN IHH llljl 1        (,,|e  Mins 1 andinK   886-2470  40% off  Summer Jackets  Op��i 7 Days a Vt>rt. mi m  262 Gower Pt. Rd.,-  eMENS&udies-apparei Gibsons Landing  ^   r^sSi-y^ 886-2116  1 ��&m&&  275 Gower Pt Rd 886-3812  Gibsons Landing  SIMMERING  POTPOURRI  This Week  10% off  State of the Onion Address...  Welcome to all of our  American friends.  \^S^S^^^^^^^^^^&^S&SS^S^!SS^^&'  Ken's Lucky Dollar Foods /  886-2257     GOWER point boad, GIBSONS landing Your LOTTERY Centre    \tm} [^���.<J |J5Sj      I   rnARP  BUTCHER SHOP  PRICES EFFECTIVE: May 28th  to June 3rd  las1^  |PRODUCE  Fresh - Frying ^      O O  chicken legs       ��1.03  California Grown New Crop While R,  POTATOES  Boneless - Pork Butt  roast  Burn s Sliced Side  bacon  .500 gm.  GROCERY  I      90 Dairy/and - 2%  ���-"    milk  Pride of the World ��� Spogdefli  SailCe 750 ml  Dairy Mold - Apple Cherry/  Old Tume Apple .,     AA oenneioers -  drinks       *,0gm4/.yy   ma'flarine��*�� '-U9  Van Camp ��� In Tomato Sauce  beans 19  NN ��� in Light Syrup  Halves ��� Bartlett  .79  .79  Welchs ��� Grape  jlliCe 341   ml  pears ^.i*   jujce    m ml -Jig  Cloverleal   Pink m*       CQ Swanson ��� Assorted TV _     __  salmon aw*- 1.99    dinners 2.99  No Name ��� Mixed'Peas/Corn       ��     _ _  ,95  VB9e,ables     ' *�� ���-99  1.29  2.88  1.69  1.69  3/1.00  puddings    1 i2o ^  Homestead ��� Sesame  Pnde of the World  Pn'pattd Squeiue  mustard mmi  Producer Yellow Dish  detergent       n  Choice Blend Instant  C0ff6e 200 gm  Pride ol the World ��� Lemon  ice tea ��ogm  Colo Liquid  bleach  Bentel  bretzel ��> 9m  , m      .** Ma*        Grimms ��� Hunter  "1,89   s��us��9��---  1.79  McGou/ns ��� Country White/Brown        g\f\  bread   .99  .3.61  . ���/> lb.  Green Giant ��� Nibleis/Cream  C0m 199 ml/284 ml  2.49  ,69 potatosalad ��� ���'*"��^  Regular  I WAS READY  io barbeque Unfortunately. Mother Nature hari  chosen lo disagree with my decision. The recipe I had  chosen will work just as well indoors as out so tile it1  IN OR OUT CHICKEN  1 Chicken cut in lining pieces  Mifinidi:  3 Hup homy  I Ibip dijon mullim  I Ibip olive on  'A cup pineapple |uici  juice ll I orange  6 Ibip ketchup       '  Ve tip black pepper  Va Up gingir  'ile tip cayenne pippir  I .Mix all marinade ingredients except peppers and  ginger. Place in a measuring cup. stir. Microwave 2  minutes on lull power, 5 minutes on low. Set aside  to cool.  2Place chicken pieces in shallow dsh and pour  marinade over. Marinade the chicken in the  relrigerator lor al least four hours, turning occasionally.  3 To broil, brush the broiling rack with oil. and on a  medium heal broil chicken on both sides until cooked. Brush as you cook wilh marinade. Use the same  procedure lo barbeque.  Yummy!  NEST LEWIS  ti.ility ft Ftiftrtlly Sfrvit:o  We  PERK UP  your  9-5 GRIND  Call Doug at 886-7686  AUDREY'S  COFFEE  SERVICE  Office 8. Restaurant  Supplies &. Equipment  THE BIGGEST  LITTLE STORE  Past Ken's Lucky Dollar  �����  TH��B��S>T  SANDW/CH  //VTOWAI   .  Variety r,.: FOODS  Htallh  Gibsons Landing  886-2936  <e~ ��*s  \t\yjBr  ��� Fine Art  ��� Pottery  ��� Cards  ��� Posters  ��� Art Supplies  ��� Blown Glass  Greta  Grunon  Guzek  GALLERY  886-9213  Show Piece Gallen  & CUSTOM FHAMINCy  28(1 Gower Pt. Rd., Gibsons Landing  I  GIBSONS LASDINC  FRAMING  886-9215  m0\\\. mitm.  Notes & Cards  for those  Special  Occasions'  Gower Pt. Rd., -----, .  Gibsons Landing       BB8-Z81B  Complete  Foam Shop  Specials always  W.W. UPHOLSTERY  & BOAT TOPS ltd  637 Wyngaeil Rd . Gibsons  886-7310 10.  Coast News, May 28,1990  Services Directory  -       . aw  ��� AUTOMOTIVE  Industrial     AUTOMOTIVE       Arfarine  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd.  1061 Hwy. 101, Gibsons, B.C. 886-8101  Mein.-Fri. ei-6 Sol. 8-6, Sun. 10-3  Need this space?  Cell   11>��� -   COASI   Ml WS  ���"SECHELT RADIATORS"���  Complete Cooling System Service Cenlre  We Repau 8, Replace Rads. Healer Cotes & Gas Tanks  AUTOS TRUCKS TRACTORS INDUSTRIAL MARINE  New, Used & Rebuilt  5S80 Whirl   Ask A����ul HcMp & Delivery Mon . s,|,  (Old Foreslfy BuHdinatt     GMB 885-7986/  YOUR "COMPLETE"  TRANSMISSION CENTRE  ���FRONT AND REAR WHEEL DRIVE  ���AUTOMOTIVE t MARINE 'CLUTCHES  Jlfc   -AUTOMATIC t STANDARD  '   / Come see the Specialists at  ~"'      "- EAGLE TRANSMISSIONS  .V^aee^HeeeMHM^eeeeeeeeeMlaB^eeeeeeeeMeeeieeeeeeeeeeee^iiiiMHMeeeeeeeeeeeeieeeeeeeeeee,  The Coast's first Tranamlaalon only shop.  Phone Kerry al  886-2111  677  Payne Rd.  TRANSMISSION SPECIALISTS FOR 10 YEARS  BUILDING CONTRACTORS*  WOLF'S HOME IMPROVEMENTS ^  Renovations, Siding, Painting, Fencat,  Roofing, Windows, etc.  Specializing in all phases of cement  (sidewalks, driveways, patios, retaining walls, etc.)   886-3078   "M.J.J. VINYL SIDING���"\  Soffits  Fiberglass Decks  Fred Cocker P.O. Box 1596  (Leave Message) Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-4404 VON3A0  Hallmark  Custom Homes  & Renovations  Enquiries 886*3344  886-3364 7  lirriTirii win n  i/.i. ij../Pofiify.  MMim     Door.. Window.-Store Frant.   ^'^  HEb.853 4101 Commercial Hardware Glbwn-.B86-7359  8454 Young Stml St., Chillm.ck, BC V2P 4P3  We Service the Entire Sunshine C<oai1  **����-*-4-��-��-��-**������*������*��-��-��-��-. Call for an appointmtnt mmmsmsmsmsmtmm^tsmmamsmm  Need this space?  Ceil thr coasi mi ws  .ii HHi'i :}b.': en K81) .i!i:in  < L-Q BUILDING >  CONTRACTORS  Surveying, Foundations, Framing Siding, Patios, Stairs  "Custom Buildine"  COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL  "WV fluilf/ fm from Thv Biitlnm Up!"  \M.ire Qtiirion    ��� FREE ESTIMATES * 885-9203,  Alpine Trusses Ltd.  886-8801 .^  <<f*hs  Money Spent At Home  Slays At Home  Truss Manufactured Right Here  On The Sunshine Coast  ROOFING  Specializing In all types ol  FREE      commercial & residential roofing  ESTIMATES 886-2087 eves   oo�����  D.R. CLAPP  &  ASSOCIATES  BUILDING & DESIGN  -Post & Beam New Homes' Renovations 886-3811.  CLEANING SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES  Port Mellon to Ole's Cove  Commercial Containers Available  886-2938  ��� CONCRETE SERVICES*  r  Wolf's  For All Your Concrete Needs  Sidewalks, Driveways, Patios, etc.  Exposed or Plain  Also specializing in High Gloss  Stons Overlay to beautify old concrete  20 Yean In Business  I F..I Service        886-3078     ^ Eellmtfay  CONCRETE SERVICES  I Rudy Mix Concrete  a C Sand <! Gravel  N p    CONCRETE  I   ���    l   U.   staVINGTHISVNSHlNlCOASr  o  ��� la. j r~<    '  SECHELT PLANT  MS-71H0  GIBSONS PLANT  eUt-ai74  il  TOP Line uoncrete  Curbs ��� Patios ��� Stairs  Foundations ��� Sidewalks  Retaining Walls  "We build 'em, We pour 'em"  Res. 885-9203  Bus. 885-4828  TURENNE  CONCRETE  ���PUMP TRUCKS  ���CONCRETE WORK  Placing & Finishing ol:  Basemenl Slabs. Patios. Driveways.  Sidewalks. Exposed Aggregate  FOR QUALITY WORK, CALL US! 886-7022  'ros rut jest or siimcr"!  Swanson's  Ready-Mix Ltd.  p a* MOunCl Ntn.ii oiSi"��TCM_       I��������� ACCOU11S  ,  1885*96661 1885*53331  3 Batch Plants on the Sunshine Coast  Gibsons ��� Sechelt ��� Pender Harbour  ELECTRICAL CONTR.  Need this space?  C.ill  tier  COAST   IMfWS     -  ,il   B8H ?B?? nr HK'i 3930  EXCAVATING  WILSON  V /T\\c��NmcTING  -    am*   mi  EXCAVATING  HAULING  Septic Fields  Sand  Building Sites  Gravel  Ditches  Soil  Landscaping  Manure  886-8313  CAN-DO EXCAVATING,  Septic Fields, Landscaping, jJPv  Hauling of sand, gravel & topsoil ^ffimJ&.'rt  Bobcat 743 Diesel .���SSe^ftli  ^George 885-7553 Emery 885-4854  COAST BOBCAT SERVICI  Small In Site - Big In Production^  I'um Holes ��� Trenching  Spri-aiding/Lir veiling  Light Hauling ��<��������&   ____ _   ,  885*70S 1  SECHELT wmimtM^J  Mackenzie Excavating Ltd.  Land Clearing & Development  Cam Mackenzie ii &  885-2447  886-3558  Wa dig tha Bunahhn Cematl  Land Clearing  Excavations  Septic Tanks  885-3924  885-7487  D & L ENTERPRISES  1989 416 4WD Caterpillar  Backhoe Loader  Septic Systems, Ditching Etc.  Call Nick  k lor all your Backhoe Needs     686-7148  Ernie Fallis  Contracting  Complete Bavokhoe  Service  888*9188  EXCAVATING  GEN  CONTRACTORSe  Fastrac BACKHOE  SEBVICE  ��� SEPTIC FIELDS  ��� DRAINAGE DITCHES  ��� EXCAVATIONS  ��� WATER LINES  .cleaiung Steve Jones  J.T.R. Trucking  Dump Truck Rental  Sti.td, Gravel & Blasted Rock Sales  R.R. #1 Bay Rd. Site  Sechelt, B.C. '  VON 3A0  C*II:M57878 JIM ROBINSON  ( XJSSIDINTIAL MNOVATIOMS A  Qyproo et Lamination Work  Kitchens, Bathrooms, Painting  Local Referenoes  klrieWMd  886-8808/  TOP SOIL ON SALE  (   YORKSHIRE GARDENER    ^  General Garden Mainlenance  Lawn Care ��� Landscaping ��� Pruning  Rock Walls & Rockeries  Senior's Discount - Friendly Service  Fred 886-3526  lor the Professional  and the Homeowner.  RENT-IT!      Y  CANADA INC.  Ill    TOOLS & EQUIPMENT  ^5540 Inlet Ave., Sechelt       885-2848 J  It AmmJmmmammm  9.9. **wernamfwa]  4e50 Track Hoe  ���Topsoil  ���Septic Fields  ���Sand & Grovel  Deliveries  ���Stump Removal  ���Lot Clearing  ���Building Sites  ���Water Lines  410 Rubber  Tin Hot  743Boboftt  886 9764  Mobile: 648-8879  Jkm  wT��        Tup  RENOVATIONS WITH      ^  A TOUCH OF CUSS  COMMERCIAL S RESIDENTIAL  THE  IMPROVER M5���  LTD haltmoon am  Residential  Commercial  Industrial  Land Clearing  FUTURE  Excavating & Developments  Underground Installations  & Repairs  Roads & Driveways  Satisfaction Guaranteed  CALL MIKE OR MIKE  886-2182  -Residential���Commercial���Industrial^.  r      PAINTING      ^  30 Years Experience     Fully Equipped  Free Estimates  M.B. Painting  Marcel Beaunoyer 080-0628        ,    8863321        '  CENTURY ROCK  Rock Walls  Patios  885-5910  8  G & O Contracting  ���Sand & Gravel Deliveries,  Mis;  ���Stump Removal  GaryOavies 886-9585  Dan Zueff    886-8070  P.O Box 1389  Gibsons. BCj  BIQ EAQLE Enterprises Ltd.  Custom Built Sun Decks   ��� Fencing  Patio Doors -Skylites and Windows  - Renovations and Additions  Free Estimates Mike 886-2688 J  Will Buy Timber  or will do Excavating  For Timber  Big or Small Amount  or will Rent 518 Cat Skidder  by the hour with operator  Will Go Anywhere  Louis & D. LePage Logging        886-3821  HEATING  /^"SECHELT FIRE PLACE LTD.  ��� Gas Fireplaces TCZy.i    ��� Wood Stoves  ��� Wood Fireplaces        ImatS   ��� Chimneys (Hi-Tempi  ��� Inserts ���a^aUj    a Liners  STEVE CHRISTIAN Complete Sales a) Installations  Certified Technician it's ALL WE DO  i    885-7171 �� Safety > Salification Guaranteed J  ICQ LIQUID QAS  ��� Auto Propane   '  ��� Appliances  ��� Quality B.B. Q's  B85-2360  Hwy tot. across St.  Irom Big Mac's, Sechelt  GEN. CONTRACTORSe  MARINE SERVICES  WRIGHT'S CONSTRUCTION  Free Estimate  885*7736 885*7099  ^Mn.   Cornell's Marine Service)  IIBtl SERVICE TO At I MAKES  m     W��m\     Specializing in Marc. Outboard'  nmc^^"^fcfc       * ���'���'" *'"��� rebuilding  DIVER -mr Located at  BOAT        *V        Smitty's Marina, Qlbsons  HAULING SHOP8B8.7711     RES.t4S.5M0  "J  Nbc ferries Schedule  VANCOUVFR   SECHELT PfNINSUlA  JERVIS INLET  EAHLS COVE - SALTERY BAY  Lv. Langdale  6:20 am      2:30 pm  8:30 M'      4:30  10:30 6:30  12:25 pm M 8:20 M  M aaieaeae MaeaeKk Rue  Lv. Horseshoe Bay  7:30 am      3:30 pm M  9:30 M        5:30  11:30 7:25 M  1:15 pm      9:15  Lv. Earls Cove  6.40 am      4:30 pm  8:20 6:30  10:30 8:30  12:25 pfflM 10:20 M  Lv. Saltery Bay  5:45 M      3:30 pm  7:35 5:30 M  9:25 M     7:30  11:30       9:30  ���HOTt; Tkaft et* ta aa  "RrK Mfty" flta tft  laertfm, laeedayt I Hafatai  I.e. Para 4 aaad North Rd 4 Saacel Goe.ee pi l Franklin Lawai lui Slepl  Gibsons Bus Schedule  Ellective March 1. 1989  ivia Manna Fianhltn Feranall. Park I Read Rd I  Depart  Mall       5:45  7:45  1:45  11:45  Arrive  Langdale 6:10  Firry Til. 6:10  10:10  12:10  Depart  Lower     6:15  Bus Stop 6:15  10:15  12:15  Arrive  2:15 Mill        6:30  4:15 6:30  6:15 10:30  6:15 12:30  Saa lve Oeeeeae let Languid Haegtlt lannMraaa HaegMe  Vfdadcenl Pail Seieetiiee  FARES Adults Seniors Children 16-12) Comm. Tickets  Out ol Town   $150    SI 00 ,75       S1.25/iide  In Town ,75       .75 75  These transportation schedules sponsored by  ^ SuKCtutfti Agotciw  INSURANCE  886-2000  *mm TRAVEL  886-9255  Insurance  OuMpinn  Notary  I C��jp��t Unlet From FrtomUr Protataloitali la Sumiycrtil Mil), Olteone.  :." :'iJa��i# OPEN HOUSES  Saturday, June 2  2253 Gail Ruaa  2253 Gail Road ��� Roberts Creak, 1030 to 3 pm. sat    m 2  Unique Cei.'y 2 bedroom  large private sundeck 186,900  Bob Nygren fW8-95.,,  561 Harvey Rd. ��� Granthams Landing to 30 to 3 pm Sa  June ?   Quiel Pilvale Aiea   Ocean View   6104,900  JohnGonzaga 666*7712  Cheryl-Ann Park ��� Lower Rd.. Roberta CrMk  ID 30 to 3 pm Sat, June 2    1671s.: ::  ���   ���:,   ...it, v,leon Log Panabode  Hume 3 i Orms   laige lol. Veuooi may Co       ,.  Connie Nordle I 666-7619  Please can t0, m0re inlormation  on these and other properties  886-8107    S��r 681-3044  Coast News, May 28,1990  11.  Sechelt Seniors  How to fight depression head-on  TomTTwTe  ��, ae- vei.im  Editor's Note: Regular columnist Larry Grafton is in  hospital. We wish him a speedy  recovery.   ,           by Joyce Ostry   AU of life is about changing  and growing. The transitions of  retirement, moving out of the  family home and suddenly being alone are common to all and  they can be tough challenges to  meet. They can bring deep feelings of loss, loneliness and  depression. Feelings and  teeoughts which threaten to  defeat us ��� unless we defeat  llicni.  All ol these changes,  regardless of age, would be a  challenge.  It's important to realize that  all the feelings you experience  after a loss are normal and to be  expected. These feelings are part  of the body's natural healing  protsss. Time, gentleness and  the right amount of support  helps most people to move on to  understand and accept a loss.  But 'moving on' can be easier  said than done. Often it seems  that people who've experienced  a loss are more likely to get ill  than people who haven't. Yet  there are those who suffer a loss  and don't get sick.  When Doctors did some  research into this, they  discovered that the second  group of people had something  in common. They had some  way to get their feelings out.  They talked to their families,  to their friends. They even talked to their pels  Thai was the key: their sor-  iow, anger and depression  didn't fester inside, causing illness. They got it out. Which  confirms something most of us  Any way you Slice it  the Classifieds bring results  D.ivis B.iy News h Views  Time for action  by Lauralee Soil!   885-5212  Isn't it about time that (ax-  payers say they are not going to  Sunshine Coast  Services  Directory  MARINE SERVICES  MISC SERVICES  mcrCrui/cr  j Mercury OutboatOs  m�� AB Ha^DDOCK MARINE ltd.  Uaiele.iBay.BC       "*S?S        8g3.2811  MARINE WAYS  60AT MOVING  POWER WASHING  tDuccctneer  Marina & Resort Ltd  Located in Sucre! Cove 666-7666  MARINE SPECIALISTS 21 years  PARTS -SALES ��� SERVICE -REPAIRS  K * C Tlwmoglasi i,  Cobra Boats now  In-Stock  "outboards]  PENINSULA INDUSTRIAL  & LOGGING SUPPLIES  PORT  MELLON  & GIBSONS  ��� Wire Rope & Rigging  ��� Welding Supplies  Gibsons 886-2480  Port Mellon 884-5303  1042 Hwy. 101, Gibsons (across from Kenmac)  ��� Hydraulic Hose 8, Fittings  ��� Misc. Industrial Pioducts  Van. Direct 689-7387  ACCOUNTING  ���ooKKiirma  _  ���e^e^HMI^^ai*,,. BUDGETS  A.J. (JIM) WALLACE^ investments  34 Hr. Telephone 886-48133 I     PAYROLL  1126 Rosamund, Olbaona   I    TAXATION  e^egetffia J   INVENTORY  UTHERLANDSSCELTD  MRRIUR     *&  !0UI BOARDS TR,  -**bp��6 YANMAR   P  SHAN uhivi s inioands   DIESEL ENGINES']  Part* \ Vieue- leu All Make, nl Outeboiirds  n-eANtlN0AV.,fABiti",ksl,l"l)n1"1"1  VHF 6 6l lb  .JteC'OHOMAKINA. 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Appointment Memi  SUNSHINE KITCHEN]  CABINETS-  880-9411  Jsnowroom Ktrn't Plaia.Hwy MM  Open Tuesday to Saturday 10-4 pm)  DOLPHIN ALARM  SYSTEMS LT.,  BuigM'i ��� Flra  ffff  Music & Sound - Intercom:.        Don Watson  ���   FIRM SIS C17    Bui 816-9144  *>�����<���=.  Uibsons. BC     Has M6-3304V  SALES * INSTALLATION  ��� Commercial & Residential*  * Carpet & Resilient Flooring *  *..*���**���*      PhOne     ��� ea ee  . . .  a  .  �� ee       .  in"��^,        888*8868  *��"*   SHOWROOM at  5601 Hwy. 101, Sechelt  TuM.-Frl.. 12:30-6 Ml day Sal.  > Twt "-OOII STOftt At YOUR DOUff L  For successful  BUSINESS MEETINGS  Large or im.i//  CEDARS INN  895 Hwy. 101, Gibsons  Fax 886-3046    886-3008  ^  Complete, Confidential, & Professional     ">  BUSINESS t, PERSONAL OFFICE SERVICES  \J)\ 886-7359  Conversion Windows, Gfciif,  Aulo &  Marine Glass, Aluminum Windo  l^t PaHtr flltll 883-9911  J  a Screens  Hwy 101 & Pratt Rd.  Mirrors  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE ^  I Beams      UaijU  Custom Cutting ��� Planing  Bevel Siding - Posts & "  cikii Nseapar taa-uaa  b.r.m, sa, era,  'vGlttsons, B.C. VON 1V0  put up with vandalism  anymore? I see the washrooms  ai Brothers Park were vandalized again. One ol the outdoor  washrooms at the Chamber office was also vandalized this  past week, so it's not only a  Gibsons problem  Don't people live around  Brothers Park? Don't they see  or hear anything? If anyone sees  anything or people hanging  around where they don't  belong, don't they report it?  It's about time people got involved in what is happening  around them. Even if they don't  want their names known, isn't  that what Crimestoppers is for?  ILEA MARKET  Davis Bay School Flea  Market and Yard Sale. There  are still lots of tables available  for the event being held on June  2 at Davis Bay School, 10 to 2.  Call John Graham at 88S-3436  or Dede Gower at 885-4627 if  you want to rent a table for $5.  Come out and support your  school, you don't have to worry  about rain or advertising. Just,  task up your goods and come.  ENVIRONMENTAL RECIPE  1 cup baking soda; 1 cup salt;  'A cup Cream of Tarter. Mix,  then pour >/a cup of mixture  down drain. Follow with pot of  boiling water. Presto! A clean  drain!  PIONEER CUBS  If you have children from  Kindergarten to Senior High  and they are bored with nothing  to do they can join the Pioneer  Club which meets each Thursday from 7:30 to 8:30 pm at the  Sunshine Coast Gospel Church  on Davis Bay Road.  Pioneer Clubs have existed  for 50 years so it's a tried and  true formula with games,  songfest, Bible exploration and  award activities.  There is also a "Pal Plan"  where individual adults of the  church are assigned as Pals.  This is like a Big Brother or a  Big Sister program, often it  might even be like a grandma or  grandpa. For more information  call 885-7760.  PARENTS AND TOTS  May 29 will be the last  meeting for the season of the  Parent and Tot group which  meets at the Wilson Creek Hall  on Tuesday mornings.  The program will start again  in October. Over the summer  Community Su vices operates  "Summer Adventure".  If you would like more information about this summer program call Karen Scott al  885-8181. I'll have more information about this in a future  column.  Executive  at ks for  support  by Joyce Clay  The newly elected executive  of the Area A Seniors' Housing  Project met on Friday, May 18,  1990.  The Chairman will be Ken  Burroughs; Treasurer Mark  Perry; .Secretary Joyce Clay.  The Directors are: Jim Murphy,  Geordie Bissett, Rene Gauthier  and Elsie Colling.  This committee requests that  all people in the Pender Harbour and Egmont area fully  support this project by joining  as members at a cost of SS per  family. We must show good  SI1tHX)l1 for finttnolnl nffarenc  have known all along...friends  are good medicine.  This is a new chapter in your  life. ePerhaps 'before' you didn't  get out much and mem prople  txcause you had too much work  to edo when you had family to  care for at home.  Begin by having your next tea  or coffee in your best cup and  saui*r. Plan eehat you're going  to wear when you go out next  tune with thai wonderful rule  on yout face. I'ut your hand out  and say, "Helli my name is  . Marg!"  ��� SSS SAVE SSS���  USED BUILDING SUPPLIES  Quality, used jmtMr, bricks, windows. lights     einblng. etc.  P �� B USED BUILeDMO MATERIALS  11947 Tannery Rd., Sun ���_ >'  IWONDAt  SATURDAY S M-1311  We alsu beiy ..sed building matei... ..  ST RIDER  When you know what you want,  and what you want is tin- best...  MacintoshM  Let us show you  how easily you can  use the power of  the Macintosh to be  *\     vour best.  From the entry level Macintosh  Plus to the blazing fast llfx we  can provide a Macintosh to suit  your computing needs.  Leases available!  'ee)  Auttmrucd I dealer  Macintosh Apple and itie Apple logo are Iteadwnarks ot Apple Compute' Inc  Head office: 8473-1^|th St . Delta V4C 6R2  Sunshine CoasTOffice   710 Hwy 101  NEW LIFE FELLOWSHIP  New Testament Church  5531 Whart Rd., Sechelt  Sun. Worship Service      10:30 am  Wed. Bible Study 7:30 pm  Morning Prayer 6:30-7:45 am  Tues.-Sat  Naw Lit* Christian Academy  Enrolling Kindergarten ��� Grade 12  Pastor Ivan Fox  Principal, Davis Cliff  Phone 885-4775 or 885-2672  THE UNITED CHURCH  OF CANADA  Sunday Worship Service  GI.SSONS  Glassford Road 11 15 am  SundaySchool nlSam  ST. JOHN'S  l evls Bay 9:30 am  SundaySchool 9:30 am  Rev. Stan Sears  Church Telephone eS86-2333  GIBSONS  PENTECOSTAL CHURCH  School Rd., opposite RCMP  SundaySchool 9:45 am  Morning Worship 11:00am  Evening Fellowship 7:00 pm  Phone: Church Office 886-7107  Pastor Dan MacAulay 886-7107  Youth Pastor J. Morris 886-3499  Affiliated with the Pentecostal  Assemblies ol Canada  ANGLICAN CATHOLIC  CHURCH OF CANADA  St. Columba ol lona Parish  8835 Redrooffs Rd.,  Hallmoon Bay  1st, 3rd, 5th Sundays  Holy Communion, 2 pm  The Rev. Canon E.S. Gale  1-525-8760  Inlormation: 885-7088  "Prayer Book Anglican"  CALVARY  BAPTIST CHURCH  711 Park Road  Telephone: 886-2611  SundaySchool 9:30 am  Worship Service 11:00 am  Hour ol Inspiration 7:00 pm  Cai Mclver, Pastor  Arlys Peters, Music Minister  "The Bible as it is..  lor People as they are."  GIBSONS COMMUNITY  FELLOWSHIP  Welcomes you to loin us  in Sunday Worship  Children's Progress 9:46 am  Prayer 10:00 am  Morning  Worship Service 10:45 am  Wednesday 7:00 pm  59S Gower Point Road  Pastor Monty McLean  888-7049  LIVING FAITH       \j  LUTHERAN CHURCH  Whitaker Road & Coast Highway  Daves Bay 885-2202  Sunday Wutship 11:00am  Vacation Church School  July 23 to 27  Rev. Frank W. Schmitt, Pastor  For inlormation call (385.5792  Come Grow With Us  ANGLICAN  CHURCH OF CANADA  Sunday 10:30 am  Parish Family Eucharist  St. Bartholomew's. Gibsons  Wednesday 10.30 am  Worship and Bible Study  St. Aidan's, Roberts Creek  Rev. Esther North 886-7410  The Anglican Parish ol  St. Aidan & SI. Bartholomew  PENDER HARBOUR  PENTECOSTAL CHURCH  Lagoon Road, Madeira Park  Morning Worship 11:00 am  Sunday School-all ages    9:45 am  Prayer & Bible Study  Wednesday 7:30 pm  ���983-2374 & .383-9441  Pastor Mike Klassen  Affiliated with the Pentecostal  Assemblies of Canada  GRACE REFORMED  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH  Morning Worship 11:30 am  St. Hilda's Anglican Church  Evening Worship    7 pm In homes  Wednesday  Bible Study 7:30 In homes  J. Cameron Fraser, Paster  885.7488 Oflice 885-9707  ���      THE  A ANGLICAN CHURCH  >**  OF CANADA  St. Hilda's. Sechelt  Sunday Services B& 9:30 am  Nursery & Sun. School 9:30 am  St. Andrew's ��� Penntw Harbour  Regular Sun. Worships 11:30 am  885-5019 Rev. June Maffln  "We exfend a Warm Welcome  to all"  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH  MASS SCHEDULE  Saturday  5:00 pm St. Mary's Gibsons  Sunday  9:00 am Indian Dist'lct  10:00 am Holy Family Sschelt  12:00 noon St. Mary's Gibsons  CONFESSIONS  1st & 3rd Sat. 4-4:30 pm  Holy Family Sechelt  2nd & 4th Sat. 4:30-5 pm  St. Mary's Gibsons  885-952* 12.  Coast News, May 28,1990  a  Pender Patter  Interesting week-end  h> Mjrtle Winch r HM-90W  \ ihuisda> deadline ih>scs  .in interesting dBemma in the  u-,e ol'tense: Vs I write rliis, the  I iculenani ( not hasn't ar-  r.ed yei. the tiutpayws haven't  met, and the pod tournament  at the Legion hasn't beeen held.  However, as your read this, it's  probably Monday mid all of  these thing-, i aid ihers, I  suspect) arc i ��� . assume  ihai  everythi       .ill  go  well  and/or went well.  The work party at the  Government Wharf last Thursday went well, and all Madeira  Park's new launch ramp needs  now is a laver e>t blacktop.  FIRE CONCMtNS  The Rubs lakers are working towards their own volunteer  lire departn ent, and Gordon  Wilson me ' wilt, ihem and  forestry offitials Friday morning to discuss obtaining a pump  lor ihem and having someone in  The Pender Harbour and Egmont Chamber of Commerce has  undertaken the badly needed repair of the Government Dock at  Madeira Park. All rock for fill, use of heavy equipment and the  labour to run Ihe equipment has been donated by Ray Hansen  Trucking and Ihe labour done bv volunteer work parties.  -Annt'tieek photo  the area designated as a fire protection officer.  Although it's only May and  we've had a good deal of rain, a  couple of fines occurred recently  lhat could have gotten out of  hand. They didn't, thanks to  Ruby Lake residents in one case  and lhanks to the Pender Harbour Volunteer Fire Department in another case, but they  might have.  ELECTIONS  The Pender Harbour and Eg-  motjl Chamber of Commerce  meets liMiight (Monday) at 7:30  pm in ihe Legion Hall for its annual general meeting, including  election of officers, Nominations will be accepted from the  floor.  KbMMAGE SALE  A rummage sale (wilh lots of  plants) will be held on Saturday,  June 2 at St. Andrew's Church  Hall from 10 am to 2 pm.  CONGRATULATIONS  Congratulations Lynn and  Eric Vanderpol, on ihe birth of  a baby girl (Jennifer Lynn) last  week.  Happy birthday Margo  Hunsche, and congratulations  for nol looking your age.  Congraiulaiions   Karen  Adamson,   lor   beating   Bill  Hunsche's rixord for bad betsr  at the track.  COOK OFF  Sunday, June 3 at 2 pm,  Clam Chowder Cook Off at  Garden eBay Pub. Entries must  be dropped off by Saturday,  noon, with a one quart container of clam-based chowder.  There will be two $50 first  prizes and second prizes, one  each for New England and  Manhattan categories.  Egmont  News  Bake sale  by Ann Cook   883-9911  |    Wednesday, May 30, 1:30 is  ', Tea Time.  ; Everyone welcome, come  ; along and bring a friend. Tin  'community hall is still undei  'renovation so the Tea will be in  ' the community school building,  This is also u baking and  plani sale. Uiui donation of  plants   and   baking   .in   be  .10MM.M  jfifflSSi.  *-$17,500.00  Ii in     ii    i  '  THE PENDER HARBOUR HEALTH CLINIC  is raising funds lor an expansion  to better serve our community.  CAN YOU HELP?  Sentl your tax-deductible donation to:  Box 220.  Madeua Park. B C   VON 2H0  ni-ifr '  - -viT-t     nr-i'rtr --rMM  On behalf of the community of Pender Harbour,  the Pender Harbour and Egmont Chamber of  Commerce would like to thank Hay Hansen Trucking  and Contracting for donations of materials, labour,  and equipment time to rebuild the public launch  ramp at the Madeira Park Government Wharf.  Also, special thanks to Alf Larsen, Larry Curtiss,  and everyone else who contributed to this  P��* eHort Thanks, Ray!  hotel  ihe  letc  Ins  even-  . old  delivered lo the  morning as Shu ic   wil 1  in the library. Com   n  883-2434oi Vera 883-9  COFFEE HOUSE  That will be Thursda  ing, May 31. also in ,  school building. Admission $2.  Time 7 lo 10 pm. For more information call Denny 883 9375  or Marten 883 1188.  COMMUNITY DAY  Egmont Communily Dav is  Saturday, June 9, the Egmont  Lions will be serving a pancake  breakfast in the morning and  the Egmont Community Club  will have a smorgasbord in the  evening.  During the day there will be a  fishing derby, races, hamburgers, rallies, tug-o-war,  craft sale. etc. Anyone organizing canoe races or a ball game?  The school field is looking  good. The community hall is  looking good and I hear it will  be ready for Egmont Day  celebration.  GRIFFITH SR. PASSES  Our sympathy lo Lela Griffith and all the family on the  passing of Lela's husband Bill  on May 20.  PAT ON THE BACK  To Garry's Crane Service lor  picking up all those eyesores of  dead cars from the downtown  Egmont intersection. And Art  Popp and Dave Stacey for their  input on the clean up.  PAT ON THE BACK  To all the folks for dropping  off refundable tins and bottles  at the hall. Bank deposit is up to  $50. Thank you.  Portable  Toilet  Rente  ��� Construction Sites  ��� Special Events  ��� Outdoor Picnics  ��� Weddings, etc.  AIM:  Saptlc Tank Pumping  Bonniebrook  Industrial  886-7064  SHOPPING  BEAVER ISLAND  GROCERY & CAFE  883-8108  Breakfasts ��� Lunch Specials  Pizzas ��� Subs ��� Movie Rentals  Mnjoy a Day of Business, Leisure  and Shopping in  VENICE NORTH  (Pender Harbour.  AUTOMOTIVE  PENDER HARBOUR  CHEVRON  Complete Auto Repair  24 HOUR TOWING  883-2392  CMHVfiWI  In Pender Harbour Centre  883-9099  883-9551  Tom Toolery Ltd.  Sales, Services & Rentals  883-9114  CENTRE HARDWARE  hardware  housewares  tackle  paint  883-9914N  Building  Supplies  HOME/.1LL  BUILDING CENTRE  FOODLINER  "Check our Flyer"  zKenmar (Draperies  * NEEIHECRAFl SUPPUES  883-2274  ROB'S  VIDEO RENTALS  883-2988  J} MARINA  PHARMACY  883-2888  J  Oak Tree Market  Open 7 days a week  10 am - 8 pm  Like  YOUR NAME  Here?  Tha Svaeahlaa  6MITIIII  in Pender Harbour Cenlre  Mrin-Fri. 883-9099  PENDER HARBOUR  GOLF COURSE  Visitors Welcome  Vt M. North ol Garden Bay Rd..  Hwy. 101 883-9541  Royil Cinidlin Ligion - Brinch 112  PENDER  HARBOUR  CREDIT  UNION  883-9531  Pender Harbour  Realty LTD.  883-9525  FAX: 883-9524  HUGH W. JONES  .Lawyer  883-9525  PROFESSIONAL  SERVICES  'fa  3,okn .Wrniu i  Marina r  lOIAt SHOPPING  7 Days a Weak  All Chevron Products  883-2253  Like?  VOUR NAME  Here/  Tfc*S��aah**-w  COAIT Hfl  in Pender Harbour Cenlre  Mon, - Fn.  883-9099  ���TYPING  ���WORD PROCESSING  ���ACCOUNTING  ���FAX SERVICE  ���PHOTOCOPYING  ���ANSWERING SERVICE  SPECTRUM CONTRACTING  ���UILOING CONTRACTORS  JcnyNctilnv        Phillip Nttihw  885-9341 885-4801  J.P.FORM RENTALS  Rentals & Construclion  ��t 883-9046  Seahorse  onstruction  Indian Isle  Construction  Backhoe & Dumptruck  Service  883-2747 Of 883-2730  To, t Caeaai, Shoata. Shleeglae,  ���Tlaeatl loofa, Toeth Qee, OveoWa  Peninsula Power &  Cable Ltd.  High A Low Voltage Power line*  Outdoor Sub-Stillont  883-2218  Ray Hansen Trucking  k Contracting  (iravel, Clearing  Septic Systems  883-9222  HARBOUR BOAT TOPS  883-2929  Tops, Tarps A Covers  Upholstery & Repairs  Located at Headwater Marina  Madeira Marina  883-2266  <���  YOUR NAME  Hotel  Tfca lajreatelM  GOAfffflVf  in Huneler Harlrour Cenlre  Mon. ��� fri.  883-909!  MOBILE HOMES  Niw ind Used - Instant Homing  883-9338 or 580-4321 (call collect)  i matrix  Miss Sunny's Hair Boutique  883-2715  Drop oil your  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  ���t  Marina Pharmacy  in Pender Harbour  Garden Bay  Hotel  Pul   Waterfront KiiKUi.mnt. Moorage. Air  i'liRrl*rs, Fi^riing Charters, Bike KrmtalB  883 1674 tub  883M19 ���������Uurant  Dining Room  Opens il 5 pm  Code* Shop  Opm it 6 am  CUtrlng  At Ilea Pleedw Hiiboeer HoM  Brim Scnaalae, Mgr. 883-2426  Restaurant  Canadian & Chinese Cuisine  883-2413  HEADWATER MARINA ltd.  Ways, Hi-Pressure Washing,  t Year-Round Moorage  883-2406  it  MMMM  -*---- '   ^^_  Hijieileieiiiniie mi Coast News, May 28,1990  PENDER HARBOUR MAY DAY '90  BEST LOCAL FLOAT  1st P H Aquatic Centre  2nd Pender Harbour Lionesses  3rd Mel's Vintage Car  4th Egmont Lions  BEST OECORATED FLOAT  1st May Day Float  2nd P H Aquatic Centre  3rd Rob's Video  4th Pender Harbour Lionesses  BEST COMMERCIAL  1st Roosendal Farms  2nd IGA Foodliner  3rd P H Aquatic Centre  4th Rob's Video  ���PARADE WINNERS-  best GROUP ,  1st Red Balloon Playschool  2nd Serendipity Playschool  3rd PH Girl Guides  4th PH Pipe Band  BEST COMEDY  1st Anne Barker's Clowns  2nd Amanda Peterson & Lona  3rd Megan, Victor, Stephen Sladey  4th Tyler Silvey  BEST OECORATED BICYCLE  1st candice Charleton  2nd Wade Lajlar  3rd Tyler Silvey  4th Alicia Fraser  Sechell Pipers  Jack Webb and Ihe Madeira Park Plpera  Pender Harbour Volunteer Fire Dept.     mm  Pender Harbour Legion Ladies Auxiliary "w  S tinners  Pender Harbour Lions Club  Pender Harbour Lioness Club  Blackie - Coast Western Airlines  Marina Pharmacy  Ptnder Harbour Restaurant  Miss Sunny's Hair Boutique  Centre Hardware  IGA #75   at  Frances' Hamburger Takeout  Pender Harbour Realty  Harbour Insurance  Oak Tree Market  Pender Harbour 2nd Hand Store  Madeira Marina  Lowe's Resort  Pender Harbour Chevron  AC Building Supplies  Rob's Video  Tom Toolery  Kenmar Draperies  Lord Jim's Lodge   BEST WALKER  1st Sharlene Gamble,  Lisa & Julie Hedderson  2nd Christina Martin  3rd Alicia & Nicki Cummings  4th Liam Gadsby  BEST FAMILY  1st Lisa & Nicki Cummings  BEST DOG ft ADULT  1st Lorrie Dennis  BEST DOG t CHILD  1st Sara Wigman & Fife  2nd Katy Thompson  3rd Yvonne Tancock,  4th Lisa Fielding ���   -���THANK YOU1  DOQ SHOW WINNERS  CONFORMATION  1st Lisa Fielding  2nd Star Craig  3rd Mrs. Wareham  OBEDIENCE  1st Kate Thompson  2nd Mrs. Lauree Edwards  3rd Diana DeGraaf  AGILITY  1st Lisa Fielding  2nd Diana DeGraaf  3rd Lauree Edwards  STO<  MAY DAY RAFFLE WINNERS  1. Ted Lee        - Craig Stereo & Speakers  (Pender Hd'tiour Oiesel)  2. B. Jeffries    - Airfare for 2 lo Van.  (Coasl Western Airlines)  3. Bob Currie    - Tablemate & Umbrella  (Gibsons Building Suppitesi  4. Paul Williams- Texas Mickey  (Sladey Temtee. Led )  5. Jean Haddon - $50 Gift Certificate  (Shop Easy tt Sachell)  Thanks to Diana S Lorrie Dennis  SPECIAL THANKS TO Dr. Lawrenuk  Dr. Amiel, Boslay's Pet Foods  Buccaneer Marina  Gallery Inn  Beaver Island Grocery  Park Motel  Pender Harbour Diesel  Spacanet Communications  Ray Hansen Trucking  Pender Harbour Aquatic Centre  Kleindale Nursery  Ptnder Harbour Goll Club  Ruby Lake Resort  Lalarge Concrete  Jtoojendal Farms           Garden Bay Hotel  Sundowner Inn  Colonel Flounder's  John Henry's  Fisherman's Resort  Garden Bay Marina  Duncan Cove Resort  Dave Girard Contracting  Sladey Timber  Ted's Blasting  Frail Lake Contracting  Shop Easy 15  Pharmasave  *  Headquarters  Trail Bay Sports  Pacilica Pharmacy  Elle Fashions  Pastimes  Protech Office Electronics  Gibsons Building Supplies  South Coast Ford  Sunshine GM  Casey's Country Garden  Cactus Flower  Zippers Kids  Nova Jewellery   Kids Count (Jim & Phyllis Dorst)  Pender Harbour Community Club  Bingo Club  Huggie Bears (Scott Bathgate)  Toys and More  Labatl's  Foster's  All the May Pole Dancers  Al Lloyd ��_j ft,mmym  Gordon Wilson     "��� "mmM  Peggy Connor       everyone  June Maynard        Who helped  ktto  I  else   I  i. Coast News, May 28.1990  Gibsons hears  Futures report  by Jeff Carpenter  . teen and family work party pitched in recently to fix up the  premises at 807 Kiwanis Way next to the Alano Club in Gibsons.  The facilities will be ready for the Breakaway Alcohol and Drug  Recovery Program opening on June 6. ��� Keirt Sheridan photo  Breakaway facility  to open June 6  Breakaway, an alcohol and  drug recovery program for teens  and their families, will be open  on June 6 in Gibsons just off  North Road and Kiwanis Way,  next to the e*Jano Club. The day  program for teens will be open  from 11 am to 5 pm with a daily  after school meeting from 4 lo 5  pm lo allow travelling time for  Sechelt and Pender Harbour  youths.  Hours for the summer will be  10 am lo 4 pm. There will also  be a Saturday morning youth  meeting as well as meetings and  activities in the evenings.  The first parent meeting will  be on opening night, Wednesday, June 6 at 7:30 pm in the  same* building, with weekly  meetings" on Monday evenings  at  7ffl)?pm  thereafter. Teens  also meet at the same lime Monday evenings.  The Program Director is 19  year old Karl I.adwig from Penticton. Danny Highley, 23, Pen-  ticton's Program DirKtor will  also be here for the first 10 days  lo offer encouragement and  support lo Karl and the young  people.  The Breakaway Program believes that recovering youth  relate best to their peers who  have been there, and offer a  program that can meet the teens  'where they're at'.  Breakaway is offered free to  all young people on the Sunshine Coast. If you would like  to learn more about Breakaway  and meet Karl and Danny, tune  in io Cable TV Community  Channel on Thursday, June 14.  Council heard from lite Sunshine Coast Community Futures Association representatives at the May 22 mming.  Sharon Sawchuck, Pam MacKinnon and Linda Olsen made  presentations which showed the  services offered by Community  Futures.  Community Futures is a  federal program with $1.55  million in investment capital  and a business development  centre in Sechelt, with others  planned for Gibsons and  Pender Harbour.  Sharon Sawchuck said they  "assess a community's economic needs and then help lo  meet those needs wilh economic  opportunities." Their aim is job  creation and lo reduce unemployment, with a goal of 340 or  more jobs on the Coast.  To do so they offer technical  advice, counselling and loans.  The program, Sawchuck says,  "Is funded for five years. It's  not a flash in the pan."  There is a maximum of  $500,000 for "one really good  project." The money must be  maiched locally from the provincial government, the private  sector or other sources.  She said they "won't fund an  arena", a project that once  completed does not maintain a  high level of employment.  Alderman John Reynolds  asked for a clarification of a  "self-sustaining project". He  wondered if the Discovery Project would classify as "self-  sustaining" since once the ship  is built the project will no longer  require the services of so many  people.  The Communily Futures  representatives said a self-  sustaining project is one that  "won't need federal dollars lo  keep the project afloat."  Sawchuck said they expect  construction phases to create  Hiore employment than later  phases bul focus more on  "long-term employment."  She also reminded council  they are st ill open lo many suggestions lor a worthwhile project and are "prepared to look  al anything."  Don't want to BUG ya, but...  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They would deal  mostly wilh small loans other  banks wouldn't even consider  because of low profit yields.  Sechelt  rezones  for motel  Al a special meeting of  Sechelt Council on May 24,  council passe J an amendment  to the Communily Plan and a  zoning amendment by By-law  25-19, permitting the construction of a motel on Wharf Street  across from the government  wharf.  Both amendments were necessary in order to permit the  motel and both were the subject  of a public hearing held May 23.  In the Official Communily  Plan that area was designated  residential, however, the actual  zoning of the lol was Commercial 4. The Communily Plan  therefore, had to be changed  from a multiple family residential designation to a commercial  designation.  Further in order for the  developer, Phillip Kevill, to  build a motel the zoning of the  property had to be upgraded  from C4 to a C3 designation.  Objections were raised at the  hearing regarding the loss of the  residential orientation of the  area. Planning engineer and  technician John Wild explained  to the audience that under the  current zoning, the area was not  residential.  The developer has also made  provision for adequate parking,  the meeting was told and chair-  ' man Bob Wilson stated, "A  building permit will not be  issued if there isn't that provision." ' . .'  TERMINAL  ForestProductsLid.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  Competitive Prices  Camp Run  ��� CEDAR ��� FIR ��� HEMLOCK ���  886-7033  LAST WEEK  OF SALE  Up to 50% off  Selected Items.  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HARDWOODS  In-Stock  Goncalo Alves  Pau Amirilo  Zircote  Ucewood  Wenge  Sale Ends lune 9, 1990 ot While Stock Lasts  -TH  ALTERNATIVE  s  All Sales Cash & Carry  OPEN:  Mon. ��� Fri. 8:30 ��� 5:00  Sit. 9:00 - 4:00  Spivlallilng In  Woodworking t Inlortor  Finishing MMtriali  HWY. 101, GIBSONS 886-3294  i ���.  .- -j. The Sunshine  Coast News, May 28,1990  15.  Second Section  Forest Advisory dlsousses  environmental issues  | What would May Day be without a Maypole? Pender Harbourites know how to do things right!  [.Children spent May 19 dancing around the poles in the ancient tradition of country folk.  ���Jeff Carpenler pholo  May Day Race  This year's family foot race  [was the biggest and .best ever.  ���Sixty people walked, jogged and  |ran in Pender Harbour's May  ay foot race on Saturday,  /lay 19 at 8:IS am.  The first male to complete the  : four kilometre course was Roy  Chatham with a time of 15:40.  ' Stephanie Norris with a time of  18:40 was the first female to  cross the finish line.  This year each registered race  participant received an official  race T-shirt, thanks to the May  Day committee. Many thanks  also to the official timekeeper,  Marlene Daniel.  Next year we hope to be able  to award plaques to the winners  in each category. If any individuals, groups or businesses  believe in fitness and wish to  sponsor a plaque, please contact  Debbie at 883-9139.  Under 12 Winners Female: Ltenie  Thompson, 20:55: Sheryl Elsdon, 21:30;  Alison Fraser, 24:40. Male: Jess Little,  18:05; Chris Wright, 20:10; Andrew  Harbord, 20:30.  Ages 12 lo 25 Winners Female:  Krystal Craig, 21:08; Linda Hirsch,  22:30; Amanda English, 29:30. Male:  Jesse Paquin, 16:11; Travis Cummings,  18:00.  Ages 26 to 45 Winners Female:  Stephanie Norris, 18:20; Debbie  Amaral, 18:30; Donna Ford, 23:39.  Male: Roy Chatham, 15:40; Bill Harbord, 20:10; Jeff Holt, 21:28.  Masters Winners Female: Gail  Rolston, 39:00; Karen Anderson, 39:00;  Anona Hawlce, 44:56. Male: Dick Merrick, 22:34, Jim Hawke, 44:56.  Family Winners: Fraser, 23:00;  Amaral, 26:00, Malcolm, J. 30:00.  Also participaiing in Ihe race were:  .Amaral family ��� Amadeu, Amanda,  Debbie and Duslin; Karen Anderson,  Kelly Andrew, Duncan Cameron, R.  Cameron family, Robbie Cameron, Roy  Chatham, Krystal Craig, Star Craig,  Travis Cummings, Kelly Daniel, Sheryl  Elsdon, Amanda English, Wendy  English, Chris Ford, Donna Ford,  Fraser family ��� Alison, Anne, Brooke,  Erin and Jake, Andrew, Bill and Jordan  Harbord, Hawke family ��� Anona and  Jim; Linda Hirsch, Jeff Holt, Norman  Holt, Jesse Little, David Mackay,  Alison Malcolm, Graeme Malcolm, J.  Malcolm family ��� John, Julie, Marie  and Patti; R. Malcolm family ��� Ron,  Sarah, Sleven and Stuart; Dick Merrick,  Val Morrison, Hugh Norris, Stephanie  Norris, Jesse Paquin, <Gail Rolston,  Steve Rolston, Alana Taylor, Dani  Thompson, Marci Treat, Erik Ware,  Chris Wright and Sage Wright.  by Rose Nicholson  The importance of environmental issues came up for  discussion on several fronts at  the May 23 meeting of the  Forest Advisory Committee  (FAC).  Efforts to preserve Mount  Richardson, the proposed demonstration forest at Hillside Industrial Park, the recent shopping mall display for Forestry  Week, and a symposium in  Powell RivCT on landscaping  practices as an aspect of forest  management were all discussed  by the committee as examples of  a new way of looking at natural  resources which is beginning to  have a tangible effect.  The Forest Week displays,  which featured the Five Year  Plans of the logging companies,  were seen by committee  members as a very useful exercise.  "We didn't have as many  people as we expected," said  Fred Gazeley of Canfor. "But  the ones that came were interested and well informed."  The importance of value-  added wood as a way of more  efficiently using a diminishing  supply of timber pointed up the  need to re-think the plans for a  sawmill at Hillside. "We might  be better off to have two or  three smaller mills than one  large one," suggested Bill  Moore.  Public concern has often  been the goad that has prompted new policies, but the public  is often not aware of the practical problems involved in making changes in an establish^ industry which accounts for a  large proportion of the  economic base of the province.  Yet changes in logging practices  are occurring, and they are being initiated by industry and the  Forestry Service.  "There is an evolutionary  process taking place within the  (forest) industry," said Jeremy  Frith, reporting to the Committee on the Powell Riwr con-  fesrence. "Thetre was a time  when the industry pushetd the  Ministry of Forests to allow for  larger and larger clear-cuts, but  now they're realizing that it's  possible to look at a long torn  modification away frojn clear-  cut. All of these things will  work to everyone's advantage."  "We need to tell the public  what is going on," commented  Barry Mountain. "A lot of  these concerns are tieing addressed now, but it will take a  while for the public to realize  that."  TERM LOANS  Meet with DICK ESTEY on  Wad., May 30,1990  at the COMMUNITY FUTURES OFFICE  205-5710 Teredo St., Sechelt  Tel.: 885-1959  to discuss your need for a TERM LOAN, to expand,  buy or start a business. Other services include  CASE counselling, training and venture loans.  To arrange an appointment, call:  666-7703 ��� North Vancouver     La Banque of Ire ses services     dans les deux langues otticielles  BACKING INDEPENDENT BUSINESS  <$  Federal Business  Development Bank  Banque fMerale  de developpement  CanadS  Residents protest  pesticide use  On June 5, 1990 at 9 am, at  the Cedars Inn, Gibsons, the  Environmental Appeal Board  will hear evidence prepared by  local residents for an appeal to a  Thi Annual  Ganaral Meeting  of the  WELCOME BEACH  COMMUNITY  ASSOCIATION  will be held on  Wad., June 13,1990  Commencing It 7:00 P.M.  Refreshments will be served  20 % OFF    Save Mow!  mm W SUGGESTED  RETAIL  list        <ff. wallcovering's  prices    Mf cot Your Style"  ROBERT HONEY  INTERIORS  Decorators for fine homes.  885-4044  "���i-i li'ee��lifcir iti'He ���ialtf  pesticide application permit  issued to the Ministry of Forests  to apply Vision (commonly  known as 'Round-Up') on  seven cutblocks between Sechelt  and Gibsons.  Gibsons.  "I'm not a scientist," states  Donna White, one of the appellants in the case, "But I'm  extremely concerned about having this pesticide sprayed so  close to streams and wells in  residential areas. Round-Up is  known to be toxic to fish, and is  now under review by the EPA  and Health and Welfare  Canada due to discovery of a  carcinogenic contaminant only  a few months ago," she added.  -e*ai mpii iwonuin 16.  Coast News, May 28,1990  King of SaUcrackTi  Arcade of Mysteries  by Peter Trower  Herb Wilson knows all too  well whereof he speaks. He  remembers the scavenger gang  at San Quentin, among whose  ranks he was sometimes reluctantly numbered. Their unplea-  ��� sant duty was to remove the still  warm .bodies of executed men.  He thinks of that nightmarish  chamber beneath the gallows,  'the apalling quantity of blood  and the sightless eyes in the  severed head of a man he had  spoken to only days before,  staring blankly at his. It is not a  good memory.  Dispensing details in a level  almost-pedantic voice that  doesn't evoke the underworld at  all, Wilson moves from item to  item in the small room.  Now he stands beside another  table on which repose three  well-sculpted, remarkably  lifelike heads. They represent a  Caucasian woman with glasses  and two dark-skinneri men.  Somehow, in conjunction with  these effigies, Wilson's face acquires a grim almost malevolent  cast.  "Here we have the murderess, Mrs. McDonald and her  two Mexican hirelings," the old  safecracker observes gravely.  "She cold-bloodedly engagejd  these assassins to take the life of  her daughter-in-law, whom she  suspected of having an illicit  relationship with her husband.  The plot was uncovered by  diligent police work and all  three conspirators paid the  ultimate price. These and the  other busts, incidentally, are the  work of a well-known Scandinavian sculptor who wishes,  for professional reasons, to remain anonymous."  Wilson turns his attention to  another wax Figure. "This  gentleman," he says, indicating  a cloaked and baleful effigy  clutching a bloodstained knife,  "represents the dastardly  villain, Jack the Ripper. I am  sure most of you are familiar  with his odious crimes.  "They took place in  London's Whitehall district  around the time of my own  birth. The Ripper was never apprehended so his true identity  remains a mystrey. This is the  sculptor's conception of what  the merciless serial killer may  well have looked like.  "On the other hand," Wilson  observes, turning to the next  replica, "this is an extremely accurate likeness of the Chicago  gangleader, Alphonse Capone.  Having briefly crossed paths  with him, early in his career, I  can personally testify to this  fact. I found him a crude,  rather ordinary man.  "He had a violent temper  however, which gave him a  callous disregard for human  life. I am told he was in an  unusually foul mood, the day he  ordered the St. Valentine's Day  massacre.  "Mr. Capone was never convicted of this and many other  capital crimes. He spent many  years in Alcatraz Prison for income tax evasion, however, and  died of a vile social disease that  infected his brain.  "Finally, we have the well-  known gangster, John Dill-  inger," Wilson concluded, tapping the bust of a moustached  coarsely handsome man. "He  was the most famous of a group  of Midwestern desperadoes that  included Machine Gun Kelly,  Baby-Face Nelson, Alvin  (Creepy) Karpis and Ma Barker.  "Since they were active during my own incarceration, I  never made the acquaintance of  Mr. Dillinger. He had an extreme fondness for the company  of the opposite sex and this led,  ultimately, to his downfall. The  wreckless gunman was lured into ambush by the famous Lady  in Red - a federal undercover  agent - and perished in a hail of  bullets outside a theatre."  Having exhausted the rather  scanty contents of the Arcade of  Mysteries, Herb Wilson invites  questions. "Did you actually  shake the hand of Jesse  James?" asks someone, referring to the barker's spiel.  "No, my friend," admits  Wilson, "he was a bit before my  time. That was a minor error on  my colleague's part. I did  however, shake the hand of his  brother, Frank James, when I  was 12 years old. That was in  St. Louis, Missouri in 1893. The  reformed outlaw was lecturing  there. He spoke most regretfully  about his violent youth."  After a few more minor  queries, the group begins to file  out. Wilson moves over to greet  several new arrivals. "Good  evening," he says. "Permit me  to introduce myself."  To be continued...  Cindy Rudolph of Welcome Woods is boUie feeding one of the  three orphan baby racoons which are being cared for by the  Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre under the leadership of Joanne  Mckeson. The babies are being handled as little as possible so  they will be able to survive on their own when ready. The centre  will lie moving into new premises shortly and anyone able to help  can call Joanne at 885-5997. -Rath Formicr phot*  A challenge for Sechell  The Gibsons and District Chamber of Commerce  issues a challenge to the Sechelt Chamber to join  the fight against Cystic Fibrosis by participating in  WALK-A-RUN-A-THON  JUNE 24TH  Helping Cystic Fibrosis will far outweigh the immense  pleasure gained by out running, out walking & generally  out classing our good friends in the small chamber in the  north, namely Sechelt.  Bird  Watch  by Tony GreealMd  By May 20 only four species  of our summer lesidents have  not returned to our area: Common nighthawk, black swift,  cedar waxwing and red-eyed  vireo. Cedar waxwings suddenly  become very common about the  20th.  Common nighthawks are the  last species to return, usually  after June 1. Nighthawks are  easily seen at dusk on summer  evenings when they fly with an  erratic zig-zag flight ovw the  lower elevations of our area. As  they swoop and turn they produce a peculiar booming sound  with their wings, 'ihey are close  relatives of the whip-poor-wills  of ihe east.  The first Swainson's thrush  of the year was heard on May  17. This bird is abundant all  summer long at low levels on  the Sunshine Coast. They inhabit mixed forest and gardens,  are rarely seen, but everyone  must surely hear their beautiful  song at dawn and dusk. If you  hear a beautiful songster in your  garden at dusk it is likely this  species.  On May 8 and 9 the Sechelt  Marsh hosted a redhead. This is  a freshwater duck that summers  on Interior lakes, lt was the first  time this species has ever been  recorded on the Sunshine  Coast.  Other notable recent records  were a common redpoll frequenting feeders in Sechelt with  a flock of pine siskins, and two  separate sightings of chipping  sparrows, a common Interior  species which is rare on the  Coast.  On April 30 a beaver was  seen on the beach at Davis Bay  - an odd location for this animal.  A black-shouldered kite was  recorded at the Reifel Refuge in  Delta on May 8. This is a  Californian species and had  never before been recorded in  Canada.  For information or to report  interesting sightings call Tony  Greenfield at 885-7869 days or  885-5539 evenings.  Arts  Centre  The paintings of Gloria  Masse radiate colour and intensity of feeling in the Arts Centre's 'Wild Flowers, Wild  Wolves' now in its second week.  The dynamic centrepiece of this  exhibition is the tryptych of  'Green Mates Red' in which two  fantastically coloured wolves  embrace flanked by spikes of  lupin gone to seed.  The pods' texture mimics the  wolves' pelts, the pods  themselves reinforce the  reproductive theme, and the  flashing lateral counterchange  of primary colours establishes a  bump-n-grind rhythm in bass.  This is a striking exhibition of  exciting and original work. You  can see it between 11 and 4  Wednesday to Saturday, 1 and  4 Sunday.  Etching process on display  Shadow Baux Galleries will  be hosting an Aching show for  two well-known artists, Sueellen  Ross and Yvonne Davis on June  14. They will be setting up their  etching press in the gallery and  will be available throughout the  day  Once an edition is complwed  the plates used to create it are  altered so they are no longer  useable for printmaking ��� this  ensures the limited nature of the  original prints.  Individual hand-colouring by  the artists using a variety of  media (water colours, inks, coloured pencils and gouaches)  gives these prints their jewel-like  brillianece.  The artists reception will be  held at the gallery between 7:30  and 10 on June 14. Everyone is  welcome.  m  Gtef District  Tue?s _  Wed S;30-5pm  Thurs ,':30-5pm  Sar, '^"Hpii.  LAURA  ���Life expectancy 24 years���  ^H             ^H  W   ��&, .i*-*�� i ^m\m  p , * S/-*^,y ^^^^^B  ^^.          ^     ��� <.,        \... Am  ^^  ��� II  ^^^\\\\\\m^L_��m\  ���*'������:��� 1  Kk*^yH  WW       iM  .. . -.  m^^^e^^a^LsmsmmmtmWs ^^F         x!  Laura is a victim of Cystic Fibrosis  Sunshine Coast  CF Chapter Update  We have made a commitment to raising a quarter of a million dollars for  the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation during the next year. This money will pay  for research to find a control and/or cure for cystic fibrosis, and to help  provide treatment for CF victims.  THE GOAL IS $250,000 and WE'RE ON OUR WAY!  UPCOMING EVENTS:  Handcrafted pre-school desk and bench sets and rocking airplanes, made by Jim  Dinn, will be on sale at Zippers Kids in Trail Bay Mall during the week of June 4-9. Zippers will be holding a raffle for one of the rocking airplanes. The revenue from all sales  of lim's work and the raffle will be added to the CF pot.  "Toward the Promise" will be unveiled at a special reception held on June 16th. This  painting has been donated outright to CF by Liz Mitten-Ryan. Tickets are $15 e?er person. Contact lllana at .885-3651 to receive your invitation.  The Second Annual Walk-a-Run-a-thon, sponsored by the Gibsons and Sechelt  Chambers of Commerce, will be held on June 24. Challenge your neighbour, your  father or your favourite competitor. Which school can raise the most money for CF  kids? Make the challenge. Take the challenge. Come out on June 24th and show you  care. Pledge sheets can be picked up at Chamber offices, Zippers Kids and  Linnadine's Shoes.  A Pancake Breakfast will be held by the Sunshine Coast Lions Club at Pioneer Days,  August 18. Eat a stack of flapjacks for CF.  ONGOING FUNDRAISERS:  Nw Cookbook from Crafts Galore ��� $4 from the sale  of each book goes to CF.  "Toward the t"romii��" by Liz Mitten-Ryan - Limitesd  edition prints will be available to Sunshine Coast  residents after lune 16th. All proceeds go to CF.  Limited edition prints of paintings done by Liz  Mitten-Ryan - Canadian Art Prints has offered to  donate a percentage from each and every sale of all  Liz Mitten-Ryan limited edition prints.   RECENT FUNDRAISING EVENTS:  On March 12, Zippers Kids held a baby picture contest during Baby Week, with the monies raised going  to CF. Winning photos will be on display during the  next Baby Week.  On March 17 the Gibsons Chamber of Commerce  held an Ugly Tie Contest ��� proceeds to CF.  Sunnycrest Mall had their second annual "Welcome  Back Summer" Music Festival for CF on May 19th.  Nikki Weber's Fifth Annual CF Concert was held on  May 26th.  The lighthouse Pub in Sechelt held an auction on  May 27th lo the help the cause.  Many other events are being planned by various businesses and service clubs.  Watch for your update.  This is the Sunshine Coast CF Chapter - the community pulling together with the efforts  of many people.  "This is the greatest little community in Canada," says President Elva Dinn, "and the  Sunshine Coast is making a difference."  You can help by participating in the events listed. If you want to sponsor your own fund-  raising event to help us, large or small, we will help in any way we can. For information  contact lllana Holloway, .885-3651.  If you would like to make a donation, our mailing address is:  Sunshine Coast CF Chapter, P.O. Box 268, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  THIS SPACE IS PAID FOR BY GARRETT CONSTRUCTION i  Coast News, May 26.1990  17  ^S^  Rhythms  of Life  A time for spititual rejuvenation  Candidates for Ihe Miss Gibsons competition demonstrated their  elegance and poise as they showed off the latest In fashions al the  annual Sea Cavalcade Fashion Show last wwk. ��� Jell Carpenter phoio  A two-night success  The 1990 Miss Gibsons  Pageant Committee held their  annual Fashion Show on both  Tuesday and Wednesday nights  at the very popular Char's Inn.  Advanced ticket sales war-  rente*d the two night performance and the contestants had  capacity audiences both evenings.  The sponsors were more lhan  pleased with the show itself as  the girls were great  performers...both as models  and dancers.  As a fundraiser the show  substantially increased the  pageant's coffers. Everyone  concerned agreed the show lived  up to its billing as "The best  Festival booth opens  The Festival of the Written  Arts ticket booth at Rockwood  Centre opens for business on  Friday, June I. The hours will  be 11 am to 4 pm. You can buy  your tickets for all events by  cash, cheque, Visa or MasterCard, or pick up brochures or  other Information from one of  our festival volunteers.  If you'd like to be a  volunteer, selling tickets, helping with the flowers, preparing  the pavilion for use, or working  with food services, just call the  festival office any weekday between 9 and 4. The number is  885-9631. The festival welcomes  your help.  by IVnny Fuller  In East Indian philosophy it  is said that the 'householder's  path' provides the most opportunity for spiritual advancement. This recognizees the difference in the degree of  challenge facing a person who  lives in isolaied detachment in a  spiritual community and that  facing a person dealing with Ihe  mundane and often irritating  aspects of day to day life.  The viking rune Mannaz (the  sell") indicates the need to be 'in  the world but not of it.' Dagaz  (transformation) encompasses  Ihe idea of 'no longer continue  to live the ordinary life in Ihe  ordinary way.'  It takes a great deal of personal work to incorporate, in a  balanced way, your spiritual self  into your daily life. It seems that  the more emphasis you put on  that essential inner development, the more difficult il is to  function in the outside world.  Next week Jupiter, the planet  which represents positive  growth, espansion, good fortune and generosity will be exactly opposite nebulous Neptune, Ihe planet of one-ness  with god, delusion and illusion.  This particular combination is  likely to make it even more difficult lo carry on with the nitty  gritty of physical existence.  The mosl common tendency  will be to submerge yourself in  fantasy and daydreaming. Some  will feel as if they've suffered a  partial lobotomy and really be  almost non-functional. It can  cause problems with other people like employers and family  members. They tend to have expectations about you fulfilling  your daily obligations.  Ihe most intensive time for  this transit is likely to be during  the next week and a half. The  full effect should be over  around the middle of June. In  the meantime, try to minimize  ihe external demands on your  time and energy and maximize  your 'idle time'.  Where you must function,  exercise self-discipline. Where  it's optional, try to reschedule  deadlines and obligations.  Artists  in clay  invited  An invitation is extended to  all Sunshine Coast artists and  craftspeople working in clay.  The Coast Potters' Guild is  seeking submissions lo its summer showing at Rockwood Centre July 28 and 29, 1990.  Participants are asked lo sub-  mil up to five piwm in each of  Ihe broad categories of  sculpture and pottery (requirements are flexible: special  consideration may be given to  multi-piece groupings, series,  elc.)  Our aim is to portray the exceedingly wide range of applications possible with clay. This is  not a 'juried' show. Previous  exhibition experience is not required, and we welcome clay artists and potters of varied skill  levels. However, pieces must be  designed and executed by the  submitting artist.  If you are even remotely interested in participating in this  event, contact Katie Janyk at  886-4711 for more information.  We'd like a tentative commitment by June 20 so we can  begin display designs and space  allocations.  Your decision making ability  may be somewhat impaired during this time, with a tendency to  see things as you would like  ihem to be rather than as they  are. Over-optimism is a danger  right now, so consciously force  yourself to lake into account  possible obstacles lo any plans  .GIBSONS  [LEGION  Branch 109  you I oi niulale duting the next  three weeks.  If you allow yourself the time  to drill inlo non physical  realms, you may experience  some wonderful spiritual  awakenings. Ihis is a rejuvenation time lor your spirit. Iiy to  take ihe time lo use it.  Wild  Deuces  Royal Canadian Legion 140  SECHELT  Due to the success  Friday steak dinners  will continue through June.  6-8 pm  Entertainment starts at 8 pm.   Members & Guests Welcome  Channel Eleven  TUESDAY, MAY 29  5 PM  The SPCA Re Kind To  Animals Month Show  6 PM  Kcpnomic Development  Mackenzie1 MLA Harold  Long joins Wayne Watkins  from the Ministry of Regional  and Economic Development in  the studio for a panel discussion  on economic development. Also  in Ihe panel are Jane Woods,  manager of the Sechelt  Chamber of Commerce and  Tim Clement, chairman of ihe  Forest Advisory Committee.  <t:M) PM  This New House Part 3  Finishing the framing of your  new house is the topic of ihe  third of this eight pari series  produced by Shaw Cable,  White Rock.  7 PM  Ihe GST  Live Phone-in  Harold Fletcher talks with  Tax Interpretation Officer  Stuart Coffey from Revenue  Canada about the new General  Sales Tax and how il will affect  you as a Canadian.  8 PM  Coasl Profiles  Join Stan Dixon and his guest  Father John Fitzgerald OMI for  another of Stan's informative  programs.  8:30 PM  School Board Speaks Out  Live  Maureen Clayton hosts ihis  program from the school board  in iwo pans.  Pari one: Graduation - wilh  students Sandra Crosby, Dennis  Frandscn and teachers Jack  Pope, Wcs liet/cn and grad  parent Mrs. Cathy Clark.  Part two: Accreditation -with  John Nicholson, Ian Thompson, Michael Metcalfe and Martyn Wilson.  THURSDAY, MAY 31  5 PM  A Different Look At  Restructuring on the Coasl  Live Phone-In  Maureen Clayton'talks with  Gordon Wilson, Howard  White, John Burnside and Linda Barondes about the pros and  cons of forming one municipality for the entire Coast. Your  participation via Ihe phones is  welcome.  6 PM  Korea - Canada's Forgotten  War  The War Amps of Canada  take us for a look at Canada's  efforts in the Korean War.  S0U1H COAST FORD  HH!) ;)?81   7 PM  Forestry Land Use  Live Phone-In  Tony Greenfield talks with  Murray Cantelon. Sandy Gibb  and Chris Ortner about new  techniques in forestry.  8 PM  This New House Part 4  The mechanical part of your  house is the topic of the fourth  of this eight part series produced by Shaw Cable, White Rock.  8:311 PM  CAPE  Live Phone-In  Members of Ihe Coasl  Association for the Preservation  of the Environment join us in  ihe studio to talk aboul the Save  ihe Strait Marathon and faire  Nanaimo lo Sechelt event.  Tix On Sale Now  .it Elphie's Cabaret S,  I he1 Party Stop lin Sunnycrest M.ii  Ladies  Thursday, May 31st  tlpnnf presents  0 ��� 9 0  ��� �� ���  ;Z>-'m* 4-*^    I   J���   Friday & Saturday  *"T\WeaV  /   '      " kS*����     ��� V   ���������--�� Welcome  ^:;a\V  SP*';3'  TiTimur  mmf       Come join the party  X    4- at Clphie's Cabaret  a a a aa a ������������  Your guide to  the finest in  area dining  ilOOUIDE  A listing of  restaurants  and pubs  otfte  It was on a sudden whim that my partner and I decided lo  slop by at Pronto's which is located on a busy bul interesting  corner in downtown Sechell. It was some lime since we had  visited Pronto's, and since that last trip we noticed that a  whole new addition has been added to the premises, allowing  it to cater to their very busy schedule of clientele.  Since neither of us are 'pizza people' we decided lo look al  the fine selection of items on the menu. I was attracted lo the  special of the evening which was Veal Parmesan, while my  partner chose Barbecued Chicken.  Included in the reasonable price of these items was a serving of deliciously spicy homemade Lentil Soup with lots ol  veggies. This set us off to a good start as it was a fine, tasly  soup.  My Veal Parmesan was served piping hot with baked  potato and fresh baby carrots. The tasty veal was covered  with a cheese and tomato sauce, adding a delightful tang. I  was completely satisfied with the generous portion and  managed to consume the lot.  The Barbecued Chicked was enjoyed equally. It was served  on spaghetti and had the nice added touch of canned peach to  cool the pallet with the seasoned spaghetti.  We found the service lo be quick and efficient and our  pleasant waitress at the ready when required.  The decision was made that it would not be so long a spell  between visits to Pronto's and we plan to take our next house  guests on a dining out experience there.  Andy's Restaurant- Every Wednesday night is Prime Rib Night. House  ���.pex-ialiics include veal dishes, steaks,  seafood, pasia. pi//a, thai food, and lots  eel' NKW dishes. IXen'l miss Andy's great  llrtiiie.li Buffet every Sunday from  I lum-2:30. Hwy llll. Ciibseins, 886-3388.  Creek House - Intimate dining and  lureereean cuisine in a sophisticated vet  casual atmosphere. We serve rack or  lamb, duck, crab, clams, scalleeps. steaks,  alsei daily sepecials. Reservations rce.-e.in-  mended. Reebcrts Creek Rend and Beach  Avenue ��� 885.9321. Opm 6 pm. Closed  Meendays It lucsdays. V. MC. 40 seals.  Mariners'  Restaurant - On the  eeaterlieent with eenc of the most snec-  tacular views in Gibseeees, the Mariners'  specializes in fresh and live scalexxl, and  also offers a full range of lunch and din*  iict entrees. Both menus change daily,  with delicious daily specials. Marine  Drive. GieVtems landing. 8e��6-2334. Meen-  day to Saturday: l.unch 11-3. Meenday to  Saturday: Dinner 5-10 and Sunday 3-9.  Sunday Brunch 11-3. Unseats. V. MC.  The Omega Pirn, Steak And  Ixebsterr House - With a perfect view  of Gibsons marina, and a good lime at-  I AMID D/\/\C,  mosphere, ihe Omega is a people-  watcher's paradise. Cast members of The  Beachcombers can usually be found dining here. Menu includes pizza, pasta,  steaks and seafood. Steaks and seafood  are their specialties. Banquet facilities  available. Very special children's menu.  Average dinner for two: $21). Reservations recommended. Located in Gibsons  landing al 1538 Gower Poinl Rd.  886-2268. Open Sun-Thurs, 11 :30 am 10  pm, fri and Sat IIV) am 10:.*) pm.  Seals 145.  Pronto's Restaurants rwo locations  to serve you. Both serve an extensive  variety of pi/va, steak, pasla, lasagne.  ribs, souvlaki in a delightful family atmosphere. Children's menu available.. All  dinner entices include garlic bread and a  choice ol soup m salad. Average family  meal for four about $15-520. 1 ocaicd at  Wharf Rd., Sechelt, 885141'*; and on  Highway 101, across from Gibsons  Medical Clinic, Gibsons, 886-8138.  The Parthenon (ireek Tavern*  Located on the esplanade in dots mown  Sechelt. We specialize in Greek Cuisine,  fresh seafood, steaks, .pasta, and pi//a.  Open 6 day* a week - lues, through  Thurs., from II am - 10 pm and Fri. &  Sat., II am - II prti, Wc are open for  lunch - n> our daily luiulicuu specials.  Lunch is served from II am - 3 pm.  Reservations recommended. We also  have takeout pizza, ribs, ivisia, Greek  food and much more! 885*1995 or  885-2833. Kathciiiu   Hostess.  The Wharf Open fa breakfast,  lunch ami dinner seven days a week.  Breathtaking ocean vteft and sunsets  iiom ever) table <. ontinenial cuisine and  seafood at ils best Sundtt) Itiuiivh tiom  II am ��� 2 j'tii Full) licensed and air-  conditioned Dinner reservations rccom*  mended \\\\\  101, Davis Bay 885 7JH.4*  Cedars Neighbourhood Pub -  Great food ever) day all day Appetizers  and lull menu along witn lem he daily  specials, available 'nil s> pm cvety night.  We're known tot our great atmosphere  and good limes Sun. Thurs. open 'tiB  midnight, Fri. & Sax. open 'till 1 am. See  you at the Cedais, home ot the "other"  Bruno. Visa, Mastcicaidand reservations  accepted 886-8171.  Irvine's Landing Marine Pub  Excellent lunches, dinners and appetizers  served in a friendly and casual waterfront  pub setting overlooking the mouth of  Pender Harbour. Prime rib every Saturday. Free moorage available for boaters  visiting with us. We're located at the end  of Irvine's Landing Road, and we're open  7 days a week from II am to II pm. Pub  open llam-llpm. Kitchen open llam-  10pm. Call 883-1145.  LonI Jim's Roort Hotel* starting  Friday, April 6 we wi8 be open for imted  hours. Cai for additional information,  885-7X08.  Ruby Lake Resort - Picturesque  lakeside setting, posi-and-beam dining  room, children's play area and tame  swans are part of Ruby Lake Resort's  charm. Sunday smorgasbord features  baron of beef and other hot meat dishes,  a beautiful salad bar and home-made  desserts. Absolutely superb prime rib on  Friday. Breakfast from 6:30 am, lunch  from II am and dinner from 4:30 lo 8  pm. .Daily specials, licenced, reasonable  prices, menus have something for  everyone, on- and off-premises catering.  Hwy 101 just north of Pender Harbour,  good highway access and parking for  vehicles of alt sires. 883-2269.  Ernie & (Men's Drive In Take  out, or delivery. Piua, dinners, salads,  burgers, chicken, desserts, drinks, ice  cream. Free home delivery within 4 miles,  after 6 pm onlv. on $10 minimum orders.  Small Charge foi orders under $10. 0pm  late even nighl Hwy. 101, Gibsons.  886-7813  PAIR SI��iMiS��M��NTS  Avtriflt MmI Prico*  Do not includi liquor 18.  Coast News, May 28,1990  01  b."  ���a  til  The RCMP silted �� bike rodeo at Trail Bay Mall to teach young  riders the fine points of road safety. These two youngsters didn't  seem to mind the rain on an early Saturday morning.  ���Row Nkholion photo  Skaters achieve  by Marde While 8HS-5439  Several girls, from the Sunshine Coast Figure Skating  Club, finished off their season  by attending an 'End of Spring  Skating Clinic' recently in Vancouver. These girls were tested  at various levels and classifications and the following  achievements were attaint.  Senior Bronze Dance - Auro-  pean Foxtrot - Lre-Ann Sh��l;  Junior Bronze Free Skate - Jenny Haikonen.  Preliminary Figures  -Ceenevieve   Gelinas,   Jennifer  GIBSONS  LANES  Krasnikoff, Ashley Nanson and  Jillian Weston.  Preliminary Dance - Dutch  Waltz - Lissy Darney,  Genevieve Gelinas, Jennifer  Krasnikoff, Ashley Nanson and  Jillian Weston.  Preliminary Dance - Canasta  Tango - Genevieve Gelinas, Jennifer Krasnikoff and Ashley  Nanson.  We are proud of our skaters'  results in this effort and and  wish them continuing successes  in the future.  Registration for next fall has  already been scheduled for  Saturday, September 8, 1990 in  both Trail Bay and Sunnycrest  malls. We will have a registration package available at this  time which will explain the  Canadian Figure Skating Program.  In the late summer, more  details will tie available, so  watch for posters wilh our  club's new logo and in your  local   newspapers.  A SECHELT CELEBRATION DAY  (}�� YOUTH  TALENT CONTEST  Auditions June 9, 1990 - Ages 13 to 21  ^Categories: Vocal Solo - Female, Vocal Solo-  .Male, Vocal Group, Instrumental Solo,  Band Instrumental Group, Dance Solo  and Group, vari��y Solo and Group  Winner will be awarded $100 and  eligibility lo enter the PNf s  Final Conteft, First Prize $500  4m\h  SC   COIF   AND COUNTRY CI UR  Juniors compete  by Frank Ni  Two of our juniors, .Matt  Chalmers, a 12 handicapper and  Jeremy Budd, a IS handicapper, played in a junior tournament at Point Grey recently.  Matt shot an 84 and placed in  the top ten low netters and  Jeremy shot a 90.  Think of what the Sunshine  Coast could do with our juniors  if we had an 18 hole course of  regulation size to train on.  We could only lake CO applicants into the junior lesson  program this year as we do not  have the facilities for more.  One thing lhat is a severe  handicap is the lack of a driving  range, which still seems a long  way off. The two juniors mentioned above had their start in  the junior program several years  ago as junior-juniors.  On May 18 the ladies played  the second round of the Marg  Langdale Eclectic Tournament.  Helen Milburne was winner  overall wtih a net of 81, with  Wilma Sim the runner-up with a  net 62. Both very fine scores.  First flight winners were in  order: Mary Horn (N-64), Phyl  Hendy stnd Dodie Grant. The  second flight winners in order  were: Jaye Townsend (N-64),  followed by Lucette VenaMcs  and Marjorie Ross. Third flight  was taken by J. Wannamaker  (N-62), wilh Marg Hunter second and G. Patterson third.  The 9 hole ladies played a two  week low net tournament with  winners as follows: Marianne  Hager (N-68), Marg Bevan and  Gladys Warner tied for second  with (N-74), and Edna Fisher  third with net 81.  The senior men had 73 players out with a mix of events such  as shortest drive, scramble,  closest to the hole, what fun!  Phil Clarke won closest to the  hole on the 8th green.  The winning team was captained by Jim Gilcrest with Art  Manning, David Hunter, Guy  Lewell and John Dayton. The  team of Tom Milsiead with  George Kubota, Stan Patterson,  Jim Richmond and Bob Williams won the bag of nice new  tees.  Our Monday evening iwi-  lighters had Jean Hooper and  Bill Clarke winning the low net  trophy in team play. The least  putt's award went to Marie  Leader and George Pare.  Dierdre Pearson took the  ladies longest drive prize which  was donated by Shop Easy.  Pender Golf  Ladies' Day results  by Jerry Holmes  We have two ladies' day competitions to report this week.  The May 10 draw was a blind  hole conlesl won by Lois Haddon and Moni Langham who  lied at net 20. Only one shot  back was Elsie Colling and a  half a shot greater, for third,  was Ruth Norman.  Tic Tac Toe was the name of  the game on May 17, and  everyone seemed to tie. That  would seem to make for an exciting contest. For the Niners  the winners were Kay Mahoney  and Carol Reid.  The 18 hole contest saw Joan  Willcock and Lois Haddon tied  for winners of the first f|ight,  while Cathy McQuitty and  Blanche Paton tied to win the  second flight.  Last Monday's mixed twilight was an alternate shot  draw. Isn't that where, when  you blow your shot, you blame  your partner for putting you in  such a ridiculous lie? You bet it  is!  Anyhow, Joyce Reid and  Pete Waycock zigged and zagg-  ed when they were supposed to  and won handily with a gross  44. Second at 47 were Carol  Reid and Jim Buntain. Low net  winners were Joan Willcock and  Neil Reeder at IS.S, second was  the team of Helen Crabb and  Bobo Sagansky, and third, Ev  Tapio and George Grout.  Sylvia Thirlwell won the KP  on six again this week and Cam  Montgomery was the closest for  the men on number three.  Sylvia also won the accurate  driving contest, coming five feet  from the string on number  seven, and John Willcock won  wilh an absolutely remarkable  drive that was only six inches  off.  Remarkable, that is, in lhat  he was only six inches off Ihe  side of the string, but who  knows how far he was from the  end of the string? Naturally, we  expect a heavy hitter like John  to go into the seventh green  with, probably, a soft wedge or  even a sand iron, Right, John?  The senior men's turn out on  Thursday had 30 entrants.  Twenty-nine of us didn't get  low net. Ernie Holloway did.  With a 28.5 would you believe!  Tied for second were Bill Dean  and Bobo. Third was Bill Jack.  The KP was won by your correspondent, and yes, I did make  the putt. Davey Dakin, Mr. Accuracy himself, won the special  drive.  SOMETHING FOR  EVERYONE  *** THRIFTY'S  HftPlW  GIBSONS  m-MMarMlM*  \ upstairs, aim Kin's U��*�� H��".ut,tM  ^"DEPENDABLE   AUIO SERVICI  did too now...  WE SELL PARTS  ifey  III!  The South Coeiat'B Only  ���CAA AFfBOVID Shop  (Special consideration to BCAA numbers)  AUTOMOTIVE  Any way you Slice it  the Classifieds bring results|  Gibsons  Swimming Pool  Call 886-9415 lor further Inlormation  SiMdiys  Family 1:00-3:30  Public 3:30-5:00  U/W Hockey 7:00-8:00  Early Bird 6:30-8:30  Aqua-Fit 9:00-10:00  Ease-Me-ln 10:00-11:00  Noon Swim 11:30-1:00  Lessons 3:30-7:30  Swim Club 7:30-8:30  Swim Fit 8:30-9:30  Tuesdays  Fit & Fifty 9:30-10:30  Seniors Swim 10:30-11:30  Adpt. Aquatics 2:30-3:30  Lessons 3:30-6:00  Public 6:00-7:30  Co-Ed Fitness 7:30-8:30  Wedntidayi Sami at Monday  Thundayi  Parent & Tot 1:00-2:00  Adpl. Aquatics 2:30-3:30  Lessons 3:30-6:00  Public 6:00-7:30  Co-Ed Fitness 7:30-8:30  Friday!  Early Bird 6:30-8:30  Aqua-Fit 9:00-10:00  Fit & Filly 10:00-10:30  Seniors Swim       10:30-11:30  Noon Swim 11:30-1:00  Swim Club 3:30-5:30  Public 5:30-7:00  Teen 7:30-9:00  Saturdays  Public 2:30-5:00  Public 7:00-8:30  Publication of this schedule  sponsored by  Super Valu  W The  Beachcombers^  Will be casting extras  Thurs,, May 31 & Fri., June 1  Call for Anointment 886-7811  We're Back for  Our 19th &  Final Season  HOT DEAL  When your aging electric water hratcr  packs it in, B.C. Hydro will help you  to haveil replaced ha mure energy-  eflicientone.  Convert to a natural gas water  heater and B.C. Hydro along with  your gascomepany will, through an  authorized installer, give you an  immediate discount of $150.  If gas is not available in your  area, the purchase of an energy-  saving electric water heater will earn  you a $20 rebate."  Its a mow that will save you  cash. Up front. And on your  monthly electric bill, year after year.  Plus, it will help slow the evergrowing .demand on our valuable  WimCMMUMNlOA  MS NOT mm WATM.  hydroelectric resource.  Here's your chance to be I\>wer  Smart. To enjoy cash savings now.  And the good life electricity firings,  for years to come.  Clip ihe appropriate reminder  and tape it to your aging water heater , rMiirvvram rsnnr-vsn  andwhenihetimecomes.takead-    , 1?I3C53[13 ��KiD[fiW  vantage oflheselxH cash back deals   '   I^GAS HEATER CONVERSION^  $150 DISCOUNT REMINDER l  Conwn your present electric Wetter  nntertomsandenjoyanimtiKdiale  saving eif $150.  Your installer lias diedetaih. '  ELECTRIC WATER HEATER  |  $20 REBATE REMINDER  Purchase an ctKisy-saving electric  waler healer and gel a $20 rebate from  BC. Hydro.  Your installer has ihe .details.  ��� SISOellecueeniappleeacNilyioteaaCueveeeeeuee  eeller Offer valid un jieeiallaiHeeee made June I,  lmiheieei|hMaecli3l,mi. eje  "Only eeaeee hcalrrt eeeeete a"Poeece Seeean" lahd\  amxedbyieeaieufaceueTnqualify.Olfcevalid -  eeeetHeechasee made June 1.198V iheuuejh 0  BC hydro Q Coast News, May 28,1990  by Mark Benson  The Creekers improved their  record to four wins and six  losses by defeating Ihe Langdale  Wrecks 12-2 in a loosely played  game last week in the Cedars  Mixed Slo-Pitch League. The  Creek now has posted wins  against Coors Scummbies, ihe  Alibi Yahoos, the Pigs, and  how the Wrecks.  Peter Stewart and Gary Kent  led the Creek to victory with  three runs each. Good pitching  by Linda Desormeaux and  Carol Gregson assured the win  for Ihe Creek.  'Big Barry' Lynn and  'Dogwood Dennis' Berry  replied for the "always have a  good time" Wrecks.  The Gibsons Pigs, whose  record is now three wins - seven  losses, got a big win by beating  Gibsons Auto Body 11-10. The  under-manned Pigs had big  games from Genieve, Dariene,  Michelle, Sherri and Jeannie.  Tony Pig hit a 'sack fly' to  score Heidi Pig for the game  winning run and President John  Pig chipped in a home run.  Mabel Inglis hit a stand-up  triple and played well defensively for Gibsons Auto Body  whose come-back just fell short.  THIS WEEK'S GAMES  Monday, May 28 - Commuters "vs.'Creekers at Cedar  Grove; Wrecks vs. Pigs at  Langdale N; Stenner's vs.  Blasters al Langdale S; GAB vs.  Wahoos at Brothers 2.  Wednesday, May 30 - Cedars  vs. Coors at Brothers 3; GBS vs.  A&G at Cedar Grove; GAB vs.  Cedars al Langdale N; Commuters vs. Wahoos at Langdale  S.  Archery action  Members of the archery  group of Ihe Sechelt Rod mid  Gun Club have recently been  participating in several bow-  hunler shoots on the Lower  Mainland. Al the BC Bow-  hunters Championships held at  Abbotsford the second place in  the ladies' section was won by  Val McCourt while Dave  Estergaard placed third in the  men's category.  Approximately   140  com-  Elderhostel courses  Seniors of the Sunshine Coast  can experience the companionship and the delights of learning  through Elderhostel, without  the bother qf travelling to a distant university or collegiate.  Capilano College in Sechell, this  year, is accepting local students  for its two Elderhostel courses  June 11 and June 18.  If you are over 60 years of  age, or if your spouse or companion has reached that age,  and will bring you wilh Ihem,  you can attend either week at  the Sechelt Campus for only $30  per course.  ultra ran  Hwy. 101 at Payne Rd., Qlbsons  Phone 886-4678 for appointment  COtDCASH  When your aging fridge finally  quits, B.C. Hydro will rebate you  $50 on Ihe purchase of sin eneigy-  savingonc.  It's a move that will save you  cash. Upfront. And down the  road, with significant savings on  your monthly electric bill. (Statistics show that the new energy-  saving models can represent a  typical saving of $300 eir more over  the life of the fridge compared lo  less efficient models.)  2^  *50  Win .HMIAK OT AN  ENERGY-SAVING FRIDGE  $50 REBATE REMINDER  Clip and save this reminder '  I to ask your appliance dealer       I  | which fridges qualify for the       I  | $50 rebate. Or call B.C.Hvdn>   |  toll-free 1-800*63-0431.  ���    Plus, your purchase will help  skm the ever-growing demand  on our valuable hydroelectric  resource.  HenA your dunce to be  ftwer Smart. To en joy cash savings .  now. And the good life electricity    | ffflOT^"!  brings, for years to cxme. , ^^  ���Offce valideaetaieeteaanneadt Jem. 1.1��  e*a��aaajta Man* J|, m eleeh eife��eeam. haveeea  appeeeewl EeeceGeeedr neieeehm qeulefx  J  BG hydro Q  Minor League Ball  The quiel sport of canoeing became a hot competition at the Ruby Lake Canoe Races held on May  20. First prize In the kid's competition went to nine-year-old Aaron Hately from Halfmoon Bay and  12-year-old Warren Llewellyn from Cornwall, England. -An cook pkoio  Slo-Pitch report  Thursday, May 31 - Coors vs.  Blasters at Langdale N; A&G  vs. Creekers at Langdale S.  Sunday, June 3 - GBS vs.  Pigs al Langdale N; Wrecks vs.  Stenner's at Langdale S.  petitors from all over the province and some from the States  look pari in Ihe championship  competitions.  The archery group meets at  the Sechelt Rod and Gun Club  in Sechelt each Tuesday evening  at 7:30 pm. Newcomers are  always welcome.  For information call the Sunshine Coast Archery Club and  speak to either Val or Dave at  885-7863 or 885-5050.  Three courses are available:  Highlights of English Literature, a perennial favourite in  which students explore the sonic  delights of early English; Bird  Watching on the Sunshine  Coast, in which one learns to  recognize our local and  migratory birds; and Interpreting the West Coast  Weather, a highly successful  course which explains, jbutjj.  ' doesn't excuse, the weather we  get.  Regular out-of-town students  to Elderhostel pay $275 for the  three courses, but they also get  billeted at the homes of  volunteers in Sechelt and the  district. Local students will have  the advantage of staying in their  own homes, and can select the  courses they wish to take.  There are no examinations at  the end of the courses, just the  advantage of having met some  very interesting people from  across Canada and the United  States  For further information on  ihe course schedules and how lo ���  join in the fun and learning of  Elderhostel in Sechelt call in at  the Sechelt Campus at 5627 Inlet Avenue or phone 885-9310  and ask for April Struthers or<  Dianne Staples. They'll be only'  too glad to assist.  Howe Sound .Pulp & PapCT  - In Thursday's game Kelsey hit  a triple her first time at bat.  Daniel Geisbrecht pitched well  and the team is hilling well.  Elson Glass - The learn got a  needed lift Tuesday when  Daniel Barnum lined in the winning run. On Thursday, Jenny  Maclnnes made some good  slops and plays as catcher.  Pelrocan - Ryan Cavell made  an excellent catch and Ihe team  played well.  Omega - Good base playing  was done by Kristy Lee Girard  and Rebecca Hodge. The team  is batting well.  LEAGUE STANDINGS  MOSQUITO DIVISION  WLTP  Howe Sound P��P .15 10  Hseeei (ilejM 16 0  2  Pelreeein S J 0 10  Bhir Wan 5 2 0 10  Premie* 4 4 0 1  Oeweja 5 .1 II III  Mounlies - All the kids arc  playing well.  Gibsons Really - Kids are hitting and catching well.  Kinsmen - All players arc  playing great baseball and having lots of fun.  Truffles - The whole team is  playing really well.  Electric Co. - The second  graders are playing well and the  rest of the team is coming along  well.  Legion - All the kids are coming along really well and really  having fun.  1AUPOI.KS  WI.TP  Mounlies 5 0 6 10  (Jlbjons Rnlly 3 18 7  Kinsmen 2 18 5  Truffles 8 3 I 17  Ucctric Oi. 10 0 I 20  llRken 4  16 9  Devlins - Back on a winning  track, taking two games. Good  pitching performances by Mike  Swaney and Brysen Hill.  Team hitting and fielding has  improves! overall. Brysen Hill  and Luke Lindsay De-Uollen  continue lo be strong performers. Good team effort  overall.  Kerns - Won one game and  lost once this week. Summer  Hays, Nathon De-bour, and  Robbie Turlock continue to  play well.  SuperValu - Won one game  and lost one. John Brady had  one homerun for a total of four  1 this year. Candy Brown con-  tinucs to play well. Nick Lund  had two hits, Kelly Swaski has  pitched well throughout Ihe  week.  Sunnycrest Mall - Mark  Johnsen is playing well defensively as a catcher. Wade  Chester hit a triple and Sheelagh  Vaughans' hitting is improving.  Correction to May 22 report,  SuperValu won two games the  week of May 12-17. Kerns and  Sunnycrest lost one game,  Devlins lost iwo.  eMOMOOS  Urvltai  kerms  SeaepcrVahi  10.  WITP  7 2 IB  4 5 1 ��  4 4 210  net  Drew Steward had a grand  slam homerun! Chad LeMarsh  had a homerun.  ramus  NRS  late...  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Piopertt  ANDERSON REALTY  FREE CAJILOeUE  5686 Cowrie St.. Box 1219  Sechelt. B.C. VON 3A0  M5-3211 FAX BI5-2I99  Van. Toll Free 684-8016  jPender Harbour. 2 bdrm. mobile  private   lot.   $40,000.  276-2338 ��Os  Drop off your  COAST NEWS  Classifieds  at any of our convenient  Friendly People  Places  ���IN PENDER HARBOUR���  The Coast News  I Madeira Park Shopping Centre) 683-9099  Marina Pharmacy 683-2888  AC Building Supplies 8639551  ���IN HALFMOON BAY ���  B&J Store 865-9435   IN SECHELT   The Coast News  (Cowrie Street) 885-3930  IN DAVIS BAY  Peninsula Market 885-9721  ���IN WILSON CREEK   Wilson Creek Campground 885-5937  ���IN ROBERTS CREEK���  Seaview Market 885-3400   IN GIBSONS   The Coast News  (behind Dockside Pharmacy) 866-2622  The Knit Wit       ~   Sunnycrest Mall  886-2717   DEADLINE IS 3:30 FRIDAY  NOON SATURDAY  AT COAST NEWS OFFICES  SECHELT & GIBSONS  There'! elwaye service with ��� (mil* when you  place your classified! at B 8 J Store, our Friendly  . People Place in Hallmoon Bay.  [View lot above hwy   opposite  hotel overlooking Pender Har-  'boor. $28,000 OBO 885-9778  #23sr  For sale by owner. V> acre lot on  Gibsons Blull, fantastic view1 Fully serviced, lop access, to view  call B86-8757. ��0sr  Lol 16. Creekside subdivision on  mounlalnvicw drive in Gibsons  Large lol on Park ravine side.  $29,500 886-8698 #20sr  Commercial Lol  50x120' North Bd. in Gibsons.  886-8866 or 886-9111.  #22s  5 acie corner lo! close to  Langdale Ferry. Price $73,000  886-9049 (owner).  #228  By owner, serviced level lol.  70'x150'. .Gale Rd.. West Porpoise Bay. Sechelt. $22,500.  885-3437. #23s  By owner. Hwy. 101 & Norwest  Bay Rd., West Sechelt. ft acre  plus. Can sub. into 2 lots.  $38.500.885-3437. #23s  5 acres ALB, view, hydro, merchantable timber. Roberts Creek,  $95.000.886-3422. #23s  Lot 10O'x250' Southwood Rd.,  close to school. 885-9323.  #24s  Cleared lol on cul-de-sac. Field  Rd. area, polential view, services  available. $22,900. 885-5861.  #20ss  Beautilul Ireed lot in Creekside.  Fully serviced. Backs onto ravine,  privale sale. 1-530-6207.  #25sr  Lol for sale by owner, cleared,  serviced, close to school. Grand-  view Heights, Gibsons, $35,000.  886-3591. #21ss  Cozy rancher, 11 years old. 1200  sq. It. 3bdrm., immaculate condition. $75,000. Powell River.  485-6941. #21ss  Save Thousands  on the Cost of  a Hew Home  Our economical packages  are pre-labrlcated to precision in our factory using  quality materials.  Using a hammer and a  handsaw, you and a friend  can assemble a new house  within days.  Vitll out Show Home en  lol 74 In WoodcrMk Park,  Construction begins  TIH�� Wirt  For Information Call:  J4E PRE-FAB HOMES  1-984-3386 or 3(44  Lot tor sale. 86x168' with house  trailer 12x64' and storage shed,  on Fairview Rd. 886-8087.   #22  Owner's custom W/F home.  Hallmoon Bay. $375,000 cash  firm 885-5072 eves. #23  BY OWNER 3 bdrm.. view, 4  acres. Madeira Park. 883-9140  eves. #23  For sale by owner, 3 bdrm.. 2  bath. Langdale home, partly  finished, full basement, wonderful view, close to school and  ferry. $128,000 886-7949.  683-6095 #24  By owner, charming and immaculate 3 bdrm.. IV; bath.  large detached workshop,  spacious cornel lol with Iruit  trees, partial water view, 7755  Redrooffs Road. $113,000  683-4971 #22  View lot in Sandy Hook, easy to  build on. $28,000. 493-6866.  493-0772 #25ss  Gibsons New 3 bdrm house  $92,000, near schools and shop-  ping. Please call alter 6 pm or  Sal. & Sun 886-3116 #22  Neil and Norine Fraser are happy  to announce the sale arrival of  their son. Curtis Neil on May 16th  at Charles Camsell Hospital in Edmonton. Alberta. Grandparents  are Doug & Joan Fraser ol Wilson  Creek (their lirst grandchild) and  Tom & Dorothy Fraser ol Soames  Point. #22  With joy we welcome the arrival ol  our baby girl, Jennifer Lynn, born  at SI. Mary's Hospital on May  16th, 1990 at 8:50 am, 8  pounds, 2 ounces. Proud parents  are Lynn and Eric Vanderpol.  brother Max. #22  Obituaries  =^  In memory ol Morgan Everlnd  Murray, much loved son ol Susan  & Ptiill Murray. "Everything that  lives, lives not alone nor lor  Itself."-William Blake I  Donations to St. Maty's Hoiplfil  in lieu ol llowers would be greatly  appreciated. #22  GORDON: John L. on May 17,  1990, aged 93 years, former resident of Gibsons. Funeral Service  was held Monday. May 28. 9:30  am at Glenhaven Memorial  Chapel, Vancouver. Interment  Victory Memorial Park, Surrey.  B.C. #22  WEBB: Maurice (Bill), aged 68.  of Sechell, BC, formerly of Vancouver, on Thursday. May 24,  1990, after a courageous battle  wilh cancer. Bill served in the  RCAF for five years during WWII.  Cherished memories forever held  by his wife Mary: sons David &  wile Sandy, Stephen & wile Colleen; daughter Anne & husband  Wayne Elliott: and 8 grandchildren. "Sunset and evening  star and one clear call for me!"  Private service. #22  Tke Beat Deal AteumU  COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS  $/|00  4  (minimum) for 10 words  25'  each additional word  (Births. Lost S, Found FREEH  "Sum Sdt  CLASSIFIEDS  Pay for 2 weeks, get the 3rd week FREE  (When paid by  CASH. CHEQUE, or MONEV ORDER)  ALL CLASSIFIED ADS mutt be       .  PRE-PAID before insertion. -  VISA & MASTERCARD accepted    ���  ��1500  SfOO  up to 10 words  each additional word  Yeene ad. featuring 1 Itemi only, will run 4 consecutive weeks. Ihem will be cancelled unless  ve.ei instruct us to renew It BV NOON  SATURDAY. (Not available lo commercial  advertisers).  CLASSIFIED DEADLINE  Gibsons & Sechelt Offices NOOFl  Saturday  "Friendly People Places"  FRIDAY 3:30 pm  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  Madeira Park Shopping Centre 883*909%  Cowrie St., Sechelt 885*3930  Cruice Lane. Gibsons  886*2622  FAX: 886*7725 Available for public use  Pender Harbour Oflice  FRIDAY 4:30 pm  Obltuarle".  GAW: passed away May 19.  1990. Marie Gaw. late ol Sechelt.  age 90 years Predeceased by her  husband John in 1981, survived  by Iwo daughters Yvonne Boyd  and husband Larry ol Gibsons:  Lorna Dougherty and husband  Joe, Manhaltan Beach, California; six grandchildren, three  great-grandchildren; one brother  George Frederiksoin and wile  Isabelle ol Nelson; one sister-in-  law Irene Frederiltson ot  Kelowna, one special Iriend,  Heidi Funeral service was held  Tuesday. May 22 in the Chapel ol  Devlin Funeral Home. Gibsons.  Reverend Stan Sears officiated,  interment in Seaview Cemetery.  ELWOOD passed away May 21,  1990. Alice Margaret Elwood.  late ol Madeira Park, age S3  years Predeceased by her husband Hugh in March 1988. Survived by one son Hugh & wile  Elizabeth and their children  Caroline ad Katherine ol Burnaby:  one daughter Rulh t husband  Bob Rlnke and their children Ken-  nelh. David and Christopher of  Port CoquiUam. Graveside service  and interment of cremated remains took place Saturday, May  26 in Forest View Cemetery,  Madeira Park. Reverend N.J.  Godkin officialed. Devlin Funeral  Home Directors. #22  SIMMONS: passed away May  18,   1990,   Nicholas   Berdyne  (Bert) Simmons, aged 70 years,  ol Trail, B.C. Born December 22,  1919. Cralgord. Alabama. USA.  His tamily homesteaded in northern Alberta. Married Ihe lormer  Anna Hvycuik in August 011939.  Then moved lo Ihe Trail area in  the early 40's where he gained  employment.  Shortly after  he  joined Ihe Armed Forces and  went   overseas.   Returning  to  Nelson in 1946. Ihen moving to  Passmote thai same year.  In  Passmore he worked lor Burns  Lumber, lirsl working in the bush  then working in Ihe boiler room.  Then moving lo Nelson in 195010  work lor Ihe Nelson Regional  Hospital as an engineer. Moving  lo Wilson Creek in 1965 working  lor   SI.   Mary's   Hospital   in  Sechell. He later moved lo Gibsons working as an engineer for  the School Dislricl until he retired  in 1985. Then moving to OK Falls  Where he roamed the hills with  tils' melal detector. Due 'o his II-  taess he moved to Trail in 1987  where he resided until his passing .^Survived by his wile Anna in  St.   Mary's   Hospital.   Sechelt  B.C.; seven daughters. Marge &  Emit Gustalson ol Perry Siding,  Bonnie and Abbie Winie of Lemon  Creek, Shirley Peters ol Trail,  Beverley & Alan Louie ol Sechelt.  Valerie   &   Fred   Swanson  ol  Roberts Creek, Dale & Ray Phelps  ol Hudson Hope, and Dianne  Grafton of Sechell; live sons,  Jerry & Pat Simmons of Slocan.  Terry & Kim Simmons ol Sechelt,  Alan 8. Rata Simmons ol Deep  River. Ont.. Nick & Debbie of  Vancouver. Rick & Oebby ol Gibsons;  31   grandchildren;  four  great-grandchildren: one brother  Dal Simmons ol Cocolalla, Idaho:  one sister Clayra Malcolm ol Vernon. Pre-deceased by his lather  in 1962; Iwo grandsons in 1983;  and his mother in 1969. Rheata  Mogenson  will  conduct  a  memorial service at the Passmore  Hall Salurday, May 26, 1990 al  2:00 pm. Cremalion has laken  place.  Should  friends  desire  donations may be made to the  Trail Regional Hospital Foundation,   1200   Hospital   Bench.  Caiberry's Funeral Home Is entrusted wth arrangements.    #22  Are you in an unlaw relationship? Can ths Transition House  lor Iree confidential counselling.  886-1*44 TFN  Do you need some inlormation to  deal with your legal problem'' Call  ttte Legal InfermiUM Service  185-5181; Mondays and  Wednesdays 9-4. TFN  Have 3 tickets worth approx.  $600 in refunds tor VIA train.  Must be used before June IB.  Anywhere across .Canada. One  male, one lemale, one child can  be used In conjunction wilh cash.  For example I ticket has 100%  telund one way. 50% return.  Well sell lor $300. Call 885-9209.  TFN  Single lemale. new In area, do  you like country/western, early  50s. 60s music? Love to dance?  Need a partner? Enjoy nature and  animals? II you're fairly tall, between 35-45 years ol ]ge I'd like  lo hear Irom yen Object - friendship & laughter. Please reply lo  Box 414. c/o Coast News, Box  68, Sechelt, BC VON 3A0.    #23  Gentleman will be moving to Ihe  Sunshine Coast in Ihe neat  luture. Am interested in meeling  lady companion, 40ish. Reply in  writing to Box 415. c/o Coasl  News, Box 68, Sechelt, BC VON  3A0. All letters will be  acknowledged #22  �� Weddings  &  (ngatfemenls  Seel - McLean: Mr. & Mrs.  Rupert Seal are pleased to announce the marriage ol their  daughter Erika to Mark McLean  on Sat .May 19.1990 The wedding took place al St. Hilda's  'Church. Sechell. #22  Fluffy neut. silver grey cat who  loses his lur In spring. 885-2819.  Also grey & white Tom cat    #22  Youlh left handed ball glove. Lett  at Brothers Park, May 18.  886-9134 or 886-2531.       #22  One ladies wrist watch on beach  near Granlhams. 886-7391   #22  Change purse found by bus slop  on Cowrie. Call 885-2000.    #22  Extremely large black male cat.  likes lood. 13146 Narrows Rd.,  Pender Harbour 883-9544   #24  CUTS, COLOURS. CURLS  For the whole lamily in your  home. Spoil yoursell - you're  worth il! Call Paulette 886-8633  Mobile Unisex Halrstyllng.    #27  Announcements  1 ladies wrist watch on beach  near Granlhams 886-7391    #22  Change purse lound by bus stop  on Cowrie. Call 885-2000.    #22  8.  livestock  9-piece sett maple Grelsch studio  recording drums, sacrifice al  $2500.886-4599. #23ss  Two melal steamer trunks in gd.  cond., will pay up to $50 ea.  886-3680 #22  In good condition - a swing set t.  a gas powered weed ealer.  886-9026 #23  Sturdy travelling cage needed lo  move Iwo cals to new home. To  buy or rent. 886-9370.        #22  Pensioner needs inexpensive  gas/electric lawnmower.  886-2592 #22  Wine lilter and other wine making  supplies. 886-4929. #22  Interested In buying small  acreage, one-10 acres, Gibsons/  Sechelt. Pfnase write lo J.  Schneider. Comp 23, Site 6,  SSI. Houston, BCVOJIZO.  #24  Singers lor barbershlp group.  Call Nikki, 885-9091. #23  WEIGHT  WATCHERS  Naw 10 Week  Session Starts  Wed., May 30, 7 pm  New Catholic  Church Hall  Hwy. 101 al Park Rd.,  Gibsons  886-7454  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-2896. 886-7272. 886-2954.  TFN  Does someone in your lamily have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  866-9903. 885-7484. Al-Ateen  886-2565. TFN  Phone us today about our selection of beautilul personalized  wedding  invitations,   napkins,  matches, stationery and more.  Jeannies Gifts & Gems  6862023  TFN  Mult children of Alcoholics or  disfunctional families please call  685-5281 or 886-8165 for help.  TFN  REBIRTHINQ - Circular breathing  to move beyond emotional blocks.  REIKI - Enhancing the body's  How ol natural life energy. Sessions avail. Michael Hamir  886-7589. #24  GRIFFITH: William Ralph ol Egmont, K passed away peacefully  May 20. 1990 al the age of 82.  He is survived by his wile Lela;  son Billy and wile Iris ol Egmont.  BC; daughter Elaine and husband  Carl Hegglund ol Crollon, BC; 7'  grandchildren; sisters Nell,  Mary, Mabel. Marj and Olive;  brothers Ben. Ken and Ira; as  well as many other relatives and  Iriends. No service by his request . II desired. donations lo Ihe  Pender Harbour and Dislricl  Health Centre. Madeira Park. BC.  VON 2H0. ttl  Thank You  The Greenecourl Seniors would  like lo lhank all those who contributed lo and attended their  garage sale Sal.. May 19/90.  Also Ihe tenants who looked after  the selling. Special lhanks lor the  sandwiches and buns supplied,  to a gal who remembered a sick  tenant, lo Felix for taking away  what was lett. to Channel 11, and  to Bill for all his help.  Greenecourl Tenants. #22  Looking lor SHAKLEE Products?  Nutritional supplements,  biodegradable cleaners, personal  care products. Call Dale  886-3805. Mavis 885-7464. #25  Early French Immersion K and  Grade 1 Registration Independent  School. Sept. 90,886-8029 #22  INDIVIDUAL THERAPY  COUPLES COUNSELLING  Call Eleanor ftee 885-9018  RONIN RESOURCES  Workshops,   Seminars   8  materials for personal & professional growth. 886-3546 (day)  886-8376 (nights) #23'  Wi Tnch Skin Care  Mary Kay lias a proven-elleclive  skin care program lor you. Call  today Gladys. 886-3063.     #22  Tax & Accounling Service  A.J. (Jim) Wallace  888-4823  #23  Fire Fund donations lor Juan a  Shirley Burton can be made lo Ihe  Royal Banks or Seaview Market  by June 16. #23  Want to Improve the quality ol  your lap water? II you do we have  a pure and simple answer - the  Amway Waler Treatment System.  Elfectively removes more than  400 EPA priority pollutants. For  inlormation or a demonstration  call 885-7144. #26  Are you wishing to lose weight?  and seeking help? For Inlormation about the 3 C's call Rat  8867159. #23  Gibsons Landing Heritage Society  needs Items lor Flea Market June  10. II you have anything, drop oil  al Gibsons Museum or phone  886-8232. #22  Sunrider Herbal Products, Focal  distributor. Barb 885-5444.  #24  Okanagan farm apples by the 20  Ib. box, 35 cents per lb., 4  varieties, top quality. 885-2938  leave message. #24  (9*1 AG U$  Bright, Clean Dog &  Cat Boarding  Dog Training  Science Diet  Pet Foods  886-8568  Male P.B. Husky, 4 mos., no  paper 8150.(604) 251-1105. #22  PETFOOD  SCIENCE DIET. IAMS.  TECHNI-CAL. NUTRO-MAX,  PURINA, WAYNE.  Also full line ol bird seed  And much more.  Quality Firm t Garden  Supply Lid.  Pratt Rd. 886-7527  TFN  SPCA SPAYINO PROGRAM  Contact Then & Now Furniture,  (399   Highway   101.   Gibsons,  886-1716 or Marlee Fashions.  TFN  Kerry blue Terrier, male pup.  S550. health, lempermenl  guaranteed. 886-2505.     #22st  Reg. American quarter horse. 11  yr. old. Bay Gelding, exc. beginners horse, road sale and very  gentle. $1500. Chris 8863093.  #24��  Purebred Registered Pomeranian  pups, shots, 8 wks. old, 1 male,  1 female. S500 ea. 886-3521.  #22  Registered working Border Collie  male pup. Shots t. wormed.  885-5345. #22  Domestic oil fired hot water  boiler. 886-9511. #22  Couch & chair. 885-5007.    if22  Garage Sales  Multi-Garage Sale corner Mabel  and Gower Point Road. Lots ol  kids' things and much more.  June 3rd-10-4. #22  Mariners' Fair and Swap Meet.  Gibsons Marina Sal.. June 9,  tables $10. Call Merv Dunlord  886-8830. #22  Useful1   Fancy!   Antique!   736  Highway  101  beside bowling  alley. Sat., June 2.11am-2pm.  #24  Saturday. June 2, 10-4pm. 3  lamily. 4807 Whlltaker In Davis  Bay. #22  June 3. 773 Franklin Road. Gibsons, 10-2pm. No earlyblrds. #22   M ; : SS  Multiple lamily garage sale. Sal.,  June 2nd, 10-2, 1086 Rosamund, corner Pratt, plants, tools,  household Items, elect, appl. #22  Sat.. June 2, 9-tpm, 3341  Spruce Rd., Rob. Ck., utility  Irailer, spring rocking horse,  baby stroller, swing, car seals. 5  sp. bike. Ireezer. TV. toys, books  and even a garage door! (sorry,  no kitchen sink). #22  Three families. Sat.. June 2.  10-4,4807 Whitlaker. Davis Bay.  #22  Barter 8. Trade  Huge ravine lot In Creekside on  Mtn. View Drive, fully serviced,  $30.000.866-8698 IK 563-3234.  #22sr  Horse boarding 885-5267.    #22  Free to good home: 4 yr. old  Bassett/Corgi, spayed fern., gd.  walchdog, loves kids, needs permanent home wilh yard.  886-9575 days. #23  Kerry spayed fern, lo gd. home,  no charge. 886-2505. #23  Gala Is looking lor a good home.  She's a I yr. old. spayed black  Lab X.Inlo. 686-4947        #23  Free Lab cross, spayed. 9 months old. 886-8611 #23  Help reduce the pel overpopulation problem - spay or  neuter your pel. TFN  CATTLE: 2 cows wilh calves, 1  bull. Prefer lo sell as herd,  83500.886-9410. #23  Horse boarding, Roberts Creek,  8175 a month. Call 686-4631.  #22  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  *  KMDa.|Msh  886*2843  Finders    ft.  Keepers w  r Collectibles  Behind Ihe Chevron  It the Sunnyeresl MiN  886-4881  T a S SOIL  Mushroom Manure-Bark Mulch  Topsoil mixed-Hog Fuel  By Ihe yard or truck lull. Top  quality products at reasonable  prices. You pickup or we deliver.  Phone anylime 885-5669.    TFN  Inglis aulo. washer, exc. cond.,  guaranteed & delivered, 8325.  883-2648. TFN  IBM compatable computer w/30  meg hard drive, keyboard and  amber monitor, brand new, just  81199. 886-8356 days or eves,  #20sr  HORSE MANURE  Nature's Fertilizer  $20 per pickup  8859969  TFN  7 ft. burl coffee table, beaullim  883-9110. #20s  Merit woodstove with oven and  warming oven. 8500. 883-2396.  #23sr   a__  6 YDS. DELIVERED  $40.00  LVLE FORBES  W3-W7 Coast News, May 28,1990  h  &.%  HOT  SMOKED SALMON  Affirm. I'h lbs. per bag  *W per Ib.  ���VM SEAFOOD LTD.  1177 FUM Ad., Sect*  between 9:00 & 4:00  Older util. trailer, wooden tool box  lor Vr ton. 883-9588 days.   #22  Singer sewing machine & console  touch 4 sew model 600E, 8300  8867175. #22  Maytag washer 6 dryer - moving,  must sell, 8400/pr.. exc. cond.  886-8352. #23  Plywood cuttings, various sizes.  886-2664 or 886-7159 alter  7pm. #23  Moving Sale - Sears gas chain-  saw Craftsman Pro. 3.4/16".  8250 exlras Incl.; size 11 black  Dayton-style boots, as new, 850;  size 10 custom made suede  cowboy boots, new 8200. sell lor  8100; remote control Goldstar  20" Colour TV w/builtln VHS  video cass. recorder, almost  new, 8500; heavyduly fixed incline bench, 850; Norco 'Bush  Pilot' men's 23" IB sp.. black  mtn. bike, exc. cond.. 8300;  men's size X-large black leather  jacket, as new, 8100. Call  866-2482. #23  Speed Queen reconditioned  dryer. 8125; H/D Kenmore dryer,  8175. 685-4529 alter 6 pm.  #24ss  THE  BEST  FITTED  IAPER  THE ONLY CHOICE  FOR YOUR BABY  CONTACT  Mona 886-7844  Dl  Dli  16' fibreglass kayak, single rudder and sprayskirt, my stable,  reasonably priced. 8650 linn.  8869760. #23  Admiral almond washing  machine, good condition, 8150.  885-7604. #23  Vital 27 Herbal Akxar - 27 com-  pNmntary herbs, readily absorbed tor greal benefit - 835 per bottle. 686-B438.       . #22  SHAKES 18 " tapersawn and 18"  barn. Evenings 883-2250.    #23  Solid cedar or lir, 6 panel, $160,  5 only. Timothy Clement Cabinet  Maker. 886-8218. #23  Queen size waterbed mattress  with pads, liner and heating element, $100.886-9370.        #22  Two oil stoves, gd. cond., pipes.  1 stand, 2-100 gal. lanks, approx. 60 gal. oil. best otter  886-47901x886-9147.        #22  SlINMIINI���. ctusi  TV LTD,  tleinec Heiteeeeeie.  Sal,-\ e\ Sreeeet  Quality  New & Reconditioned TV's  From ��199  5674 Cowrie Street.Sechelt, BC  885-9816  Near new 8' single cedar garage  door with ail hardware, 8350.  885-3159. #22.  French Provincial dining room  suite in gd. cond. with exlra leal,  seals 4. buffet & hutch incl.,  8800.885-3159. #22  Wajax pump hose and pickup,  still in boxes, 84250; Stihl 024  new cond., $300: Husky 254 gd.  shape, 8275; X-counlry skis,  boots, poles; left-handed banjo.  Dan 886-8036. #22  9x12'  decorator  rug,   8100.  8862742. #24  U.L. approved double stainless  steel chimney pipe, fully insulated, Selkirk metaitwstos, six  sections, 3' ea., 860 per section  includes all support assembly  plus thimble & cap. Very gd.  cond.; small wood stove-, 850.  886-9426. #22  Firewood, dry alder, any length,  delivered, 8100/cord. 885-7166  mornings - evenings. #24  Sealey hide-a-bed. 8600 OBO:  Iridge & slove, 8150; 3 pair bilold  doors. 820 ea.; TV stand. Call  685-2572. #22  Wedding and engagement rings  for Vi appraised value.  886-7819. #20s  ���Complete kitchen cabinets & appliances (apt. size). .386-2924  aft. 6 pm. #22sr  Fischer baby bear wood stove.  8150.883-9110. #22sr  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  885-5644   TFN  Modem 30 "x58" solid oak executive desk & tiller chair, 8650.  885-9665. #24sr  Rough lumber lor fencing, decking, siding. 886-9633.        #22  Grey hideabed, exc. cond., 8300;  green loveseat, 825. 886-3521.  122  Utility trailer 6x8' with skies.  8350.665-4109. #22  Prof type drafting table 31 "x55"  with lamp, storage comparmenl,  slider, elc. 8300 886-9880 alter  6 pm. #22  10-spd, lire engine red bike, exc.  cond., girls model. Linda  886-8545. #23  Girl's single tied w/drwrs,  bookcase, headboard. 6 drwr.  dresser & mirror, 8350.  886-8545. #23  FIREWOOD  Spill & delivered. Seasoned  alder, $100 per cord. 886-8955  eves. #22  Newly overhauled TV's. 1-26"  RCA. $189 OBO; 1-20" Elec-  trohome. $169; Moffat Fiesta 14  cu. ft. Iridge, almond, Irost Iree,  8389 OBO. 885-7897. #23  Urge Ireezer, gd. cond., 8275  OBO. 883-9312. #23  Kilchen fable/chairs, $125; china  cabinet, $50; baby dresser, $25;  small bookcase, $10: misc.  lamps. 885-2777 alt. 6 pm. #23  R~5~B  NEW & USED  Wa Buy, Sail  Opan June 1  Seaview Place  Next to Blue Wave Cab.  FIREWOOD  Mixed firewood, $90 a cord.  886-3310.886-9674. #23  McLary furnacette heater, brick  lined, $175; excellent, old 30 Ib.  Toledo counter scale, $75; 4 loot  cable reel table lor patio, etc.,  850.885-3406 eves. #22  Older crib & new mattress. 825  306-2676. #22  art's Norco 12 sp. bike, ex  ;ellenl condition. 8100; hand  ���nade (tollhouse with accessories,  850; bi-lold doors. 820; door  w/lrame, 810.885-7105.    #24  Antique mahogany wardrobe,  8400; oak desk, 8400; sofa t.  chair, 8300: Hiboy bureau, 875;  matching 9-drawer bureau,  8100: hideabed, 8150; metal  bunk beid, 835; adult tricycle  $200.885-3335. #22  Coait Computer  Sam  XT with  30 Meg.  Sale'999  Cal 8864386 Peyser Eves  Fridge and stove, txc. cond..  8650 OBO lor both. 883-2116.  #>24  Windsurfer, BIC Caripto, 180  litre, complete with rig, 8500  886-2430. ��2  1940's Singer treadle sewing  machine, maple cabinet, S75.  886-8872. #24  Small fridge/freezer, Danby Inglis, like new, 8275. 885-4151.  885-7950. #25ss  Auto. AM/FM cassette, graphic  equalizer, hi-comp speakers.  8275. 885-4151, 885-7950.  #25ss  Bobcat 642, exc. cond., 88750  OBO. PHOne 886-7799.        #24  New Sunbeam BBQ, 3 burners,  deluxe, w/propane, 8325;  modem PB 1200 plus. 840;  12x15 new wool carpeting, S180;  all new, still in box: ceiling Ian,  36", while, $55; Seiko gold  man's watch, $200. 886-4692.  #22  Model FE-2 Yamaha Electone  organ, $3500; Fender. Gemini 2  guitar, $175 OBO. 883-2239. #24  4x8 Brunswick pool table, ��"  slate and 2 sets balls, cues, cue  rack and light. 886-7814.    #22  8' satellite dish, includes electrical equipment. 8550. Call  weekends only 885-5100.    #24  Wool carpet blue/green  sculptured 11.6x15" plus 8400  OBO. 886-8579 eves. #22  Rhododendrons ( Azaleas  83.25 - 815. large selection.  Roberts Creek Nursery, 2569  Lower Rd. 886-2062. #22  Husky chainsaw, 40" bar/28"  bar, new chain, great firewood or  shake block saw. 8395.  885-7177 days 885-7874. #24sf  Full cords of split & delivered  firewood, 890 Gibsons. 8100  Sechelt. 886-3360. #22  All steel bush box lor S.W.B.  truck. 8700 OBO. 886-2198.  #21s  IBM clone 640K. 40 nxjb, ltd,  built-in modem, keyboard,  monochrome monitor, MS-DOS  asst'd software. $1200 OBO.  883-2284.   #24s  ���Coldspot HG 2-dr. comb. 16 cu.  It., beautiful shape. 8399 OBO;  Gibsons/Copperlone 2-dr FF. 15  cu.It,8385 OBO; Whirlpool matched set washer & dryer, 8679  OBO; Viking 30" coppertone  stove, sell clean, 8399 ON; Mc-  Clary 30" H. gold slove, 8369  OBO. Roy 30" while stove. 8339  OBO; Inglis Normandie 5-cycle,  2-spd.. sell-clean tiller 8357  OBO; very nice H. gold 30"  stove. 8349 OBO; Modal original  500 while washer, 3-cycle  2-spd . $359 OBO; Viking white  2 dr F/F Iridge. 16cu.lt.. $397  OBO; Viking while 2 dr. F/F  beautilul shape. $457 OBO; Admiral 20 cu. ft., almond, side by  side with ice maker, ice waler  dispenser, 8879 OBO; Frlgidaire  30" almond stove with convection oven, solid elements, like  new $849 OBO. All reconditioned  appliances. Corner Cupboard  885-4434 or Bjorn 885-7897.  Will buy non-working or used appliances. #22  Electric Black & Decker mower, I  yr. 880. Used tires 950R-16.5  steel-belted radial 8100. New  lires P155-80R1345, all seaoned  radial 890. Near new West Bend  Portable Gas BBO 840.  883-9976. #22  Good  unscreened  topsoil  816/yard. Delivered. 885-2251.  #22  FIREWOOD 1> Ion pickup load.  Balsam - Hemlock - Fir. Split and  delivered $75. 8T0CK UP FOR  WINTER 885-5032. #22  Two twin beds, exc. shape, 880  each. 886-9856, leave message.  #22  Clearance 4 x 4's. 8' and 12'  engths. 885-3529. #23  Washer and dryer, 8350 pair,  Kenmore, good cond. 885-3415.  #23  BLANKET CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING  These Ads appear in Ihe more than 90 Newspapers of the B.C. and Yukon Communily  Newspapers Association and reach more than 1.400.000 homes and a potential two million readers  $165 tor 25 words $3,15 per additional word       Call the Coast News at 885-3930  AUTOMOTJVi  MeVe Aulo Broken, disposal  ���0��n< lor Active &IHI Services.  RefMeeeeelon!, estate, legale,  earl, ttiKda, nwloetiomee, boala.  CU Mr. Price (only), (eS04)434-  1819. DM76.  .torn  eSporte efeehermenl tt Boston  Whaler *Oufeee.' My Hindu?  ejufivoittaxe top, 6*2" heetirooem  wtti Rotting Hta. 1fM>B-1SSto  Evhvum only 130 ehourt. Hobbc  hour .ffltltf, rtcordlng dwth  eeunder-VHS 7l/2ttp .Johnson.  Fncteon ot repleicement value.  EMeMert condtlen W8.750.  (604)531-4302.  FRE��boe*��K. Concrete or woeod  tor you bMimint? More you  decide got the teoto. CM FOUNDATION FOCUS 1800-663-  7774.8:30 e.m. - 4:30 p.m. PDT,  M-F.  OPPOflTUNeTCS  8TART YOUR own kiipon/export  buojnooo,ovenopiretime. No  money or oxp<Meoiwo. Since  1S4S. Free brootwe: Wide  Worid Tra*, 00 Cdn. 8mef Buet-  neee Int., Dept. WI, 1140 Bel-  lemy M. N. at, Sceaeborough,  OnWto,MtH1H4,   Inveeiaia.OOOttehlgh end deck  WQaHlltlMlellllUllOBlOieltfrllOl Util  evee. Topnuai��e/()rodualln��iJ-  Ioim for etaoere even*ge return on  InvoetTeont. We auppty ofaoning  eSUOOetOOfUl  ttOQlOlllllpO  Math  Mr,  D.  Chelewn,  (fwiaaMaoo.   Reedy torchenge? Johanbeel  hem petty plan. M presdud,  people,   eervtoe,  prornotexme.  ��� **  a, _ * ��� ��� ami ��� ��� *     * ��� *  VW ft aofm MUly IIW TOW.  Cal Lyim Rooney, Mtree 1-800-  IVUSE CHStCHILlAS for extra  . eaa^   -- .   ���. ��� ��� ��� .  NWUiie. fereeaierweOTUunu  Ing eeteoecfet, OMM, wed, OHveiy,   ^"m. f^iMlnwIneBoiTWipo-  mevM,  eyjeraMeed fmeAiafen. Can-  Sn CNnoteii, But 1  0117  te684 81  , ON, N0M2V0. (519)222-  Bo your owi base. Stoil your own  dm order txaineoo et home.  Free dottfe errle to: Dept 102,  207M Lilieehore Rood, Bale  DUrte, Quebec. MX 181.  IMh DoogN, 40 ooet (eetaunM,  boat beaten In Kemlocpe, B.C.  Oroielng over 8200,000 end  ���usiness otvofrruttmn  .MAKE 81 OtVhr. ��� pM or (ultimo  In your home. Open yeow own  ���tespewwMruvimejjhiioataini-  neee. Only 81,985. Mo?  (403)2334088 (M.S.T).  Ele your own boeel Buy fiom  manuteolwr and retail wood-  crall-loye, Howemotl, anirrale,  etc. 50dlforantlin��e. Contact  JJ. Woodcntt,^C-16,RR-5  8-138., Hwy 33 Eat!. Kelowna.  V1X4K4.  famajnTmamtiiamfeaammamiam  mem egemcy. Namyi, Iwuee-  ktwpere, oompamlon eeMa. .Serving Okanigan and Central lr*e-  rtor. 1-542-218* deye 1-540-  2204 evenlnge (Vernon).  Sacrllce-buy. Eeguipmenl. (Ma  buelnese with eelabiehed don-  Wle. N/C meUrimpHz L/Y. Prom  818.000. Owner tranetemd.  Make inoHtr to .847,000. 388-  8178 liter 4p.m.  BUILDING SUPPLY LUMBER  YARD. Death m family lorcei  ule. ExotMnt relurne, ideal  lamily buetheee. 8150.000 pam  Hock, epprox. 8110,000. Cal  Peter, Orend Fortu fteeRy  (004)4424255.  ���HAWAIIAN SNOW." Enjoy a  eQTMl ttw lunwwr dummm oi  your owi. Smal InvMtontnt  yifclp mm ol funA good flnuv  oat rtfurnt. InltrMltd puttM  0118284281.  LOOKOREATI FEEL QREATI  Lo-IMfJe.n30**��. Doctor  ivoonvnifMtod. 100% ntfunl Ml  nuMHontL 100% ouwtttod.  CeBTeaF(eet47��4Nt.  XXXFanlMy. Erode aduR loye,  Mene, book New taao fuR-  oolor,31pegeoileiloegue/85. Pit-  ���jtietrenleMd. taede, 8ule 1372,  1124 Lonedele Ave., North Van-  BC.V7M2H1.  aottWKNT t IUCNMUY  aeMCt*iw*^Enghe t\ i>oi8eitt  running oondMon. Oat r rvtk tl  762-2143. eNortheMndenajutfee  cal 06*3403 eventngi or eee  Rey Woode el Canp A RekMd.  HIAB-TYPI5 CRANE CLEAR-  ANCE,.SevlngeiBlo35%. Mod-  eli7loa7lon. WE8TCOA8T  MACHSe-YLTD. Cat Don at 1-  731-5308. Fex 1-731-6017.  NORITAKECHettASALEI Teirl-  e*e deWWon CURRBtTpah  IWM.     OOWWfd VWrOtOMM,  I liajlW .1 **-- *���        ma      J.. ������ -  nuiw   qdmbV yow nonHM  mtam ������!     "- ���  ���-*--   ���  *        * *       "  pmatm rat pnot M, tnraino  Norlito HxwaiW. Tororto, loi-  iree: i-aooSewaea EOT. Clp  undeive.  FOR SALE MM  Lighting llxtures. Western Canada's largest display. Wholesale  ���nd retail. Free cililoegue iviil-  etxe. Nearbum Lighting C^re.  eMOOEeetHutlngel  B.C., V5C 2K5.  (604)28MeS66.  Phone:  SAN Home Shcpepieng dub,  81,000 credii Ine guereiMed.  Calrtmlwpre-eippKieredupii-  OMebn. (604)3BMg59,3211inral  St..Vidoni.B.C..V8Z3R��.  Arthrttlcpaln? Achingbade? Stff  ytMl Beeping hende? -BetMi  Orhe*��ll Broe^urejMonnetlon-  82. Of phone (204)723-2828.  Beulah Land, Box 26, Trohome,  Manl(t)e,R0Q2V0.   suit ��� meiadH t��me beWtMw  Euy.pn>l����ble. Sellriomialion  l)y mil. Booki, nowoMote,  oourtM Wedrop-ehlp. "  Qeranl, Box 2805WX,  Bay, On. P7BS03.  Treat yourself tolhelxetewM 8  ���our nwaetulk youll oyer eel.  RedpW82.00. Send S.A.S.E to  Takwa Treasure, Box 480,  Totem, B.C. V0J2X0.  {Software calilogui: oyer 1000  preognens aviilable. IBM end  compitlblee. 61.00/poelage  ctievgo lo: Mike Rowe Sheve-  wero, 3084722 OH) Street,  VK*>rli,B.C. V8T4B2. PHONE  3814863.  Belle Photo Memtwr Cent. The  member card ie reeieemetale lor  24 monthe or 200 role ceel Fuf.  Cdw prW film, iny aiulasfc-  eure. 12 eitpoeiiree-8a.<tO; 18  expcxexiree-812.32; 24 expo-  oeuree-812.00; 36 expoeiKeM-  616.57.  HowOonlwork? Haoarmmar  aid - gel your lint ooYed-  dereeeedrtealertgenvelope. Send  espoeed HeVn ind otatojue foreje-  veltxolrtgInllilenuNer. Weeend  youi��xJeyoei-ex)iVxp(W��lnc��jd-  M a new melng ermkarn a We  roi of FtiJI IBm. OnalgM Ideal  MeMtar ovd price le only 824.06.  fteormeoon M.W. Enleiprtee bio.  Sube 608-1886 Marine Drive,  North Venoouvw, B.C. V7P1V8.  THE ULTIMATE QAROENEffS  STORE. 1,00ffe el pioducta,  greenhoueee, hyedreponlcB, huge  GockeHeoUon. 84loradalogeie  U ol money saving ceupone.  Weelem Waler Farm, 8103,  2012044th Ave., Unoley, B.C.,  V3A4P7.  HEALTH  VITAMM DISCOUNTS. Setae  tB7��,ollerlnghlghquefclei>eel  prtoee on VHaemlne, ammmas.  1 * ��� -     M   *   n, lie ee., ......;  nana. t*nytiu<ew*ngeMia|eegn  Loee, SupeptoimMe. Heir TitM-  mM.SIilnCareandMofe. FREE  CATALOGUE. Wet.: VTTAeUN  DMCOUNTB, OeptKia, 880  SW. Mailne Drive, Vanoouvar.  BC.V5X2R6 140046M747  In Vevnoum, 321-7000.  HELPWANTED  Train to manage en ApMmenV  Coneiomlnium complex. The  government licensed homeetudy  certification indudee Iree place-  menteealeUnoe. Free brochure:  (604)681-5456. Or RMTI, 1120-  7��W. Pender, Vancouver, B.C.,  V6C1H2.  HOUSEWIVES, Mothere and in-  tereeled pereone needed ImmeeaT-  ���tely to eel toys ind glls lor National Home Piely Ptan. Noln-  veetment, deNverlee or money  coledlon. Cal (510)268-7005.  OFFICE CLERK REQUIRED lor  ���Ford dealerehlp In Upper Fraser  VaKey. Dealership experlenoe  preferred. Apply In writing wHh  reeume to: fex D46, c/o The  Chilliwack Progren, 46860  SpaOTni Avenue, Chilliwack,  B.C..V2P6HB.  URGENTLY NEEDED. 7 people  (���erttlme,8400-81400,3peof>le  Ful Time, 82000-WOOO. Cal Tol  Free 147e34(K6.  PRE<SS OPERATOR. Immdiate  opening tot experienced AB.  Dk* opwelor; lexne bindery.  AHradive wegn 8 condltlone.  Reeume lo, ttanager: Fie 1002,  do Newelmo Tbnee, P.O Box 486,  Naniimo,BC,V��R5L5.  HELPWANTED  GRAPHICS PROFE.SSIONAL  requlrid lor expending Souttv  weelernB.C.imele^Mwipiipw,  to manage Comp. Deepertment.  Must be fuly oompetenl In peege-  miker eind Computer graphice  Send reeume lo EttMrtt tlmie  Box 220 SqiumWi, B.C. WHi  3G0.  LETS GET BIZZYI MuHFntlHon  ddlw national lirm eeeki 2 rtpre-  eentatlvee In your em. CanoT-  dalee eeleded cen earn up lo  82,000 weekly. IndMdualoapply-  IngehoeJd be tvaHable Immediately lor placement. Cal  1418)7664111 or (416)758-7788  lor your conlldenllil Interview.  PERSONALS  WOULD YOU LIKE lo oorre-  epond wlh unattacleed Chrtmin  people ogee 18-eo, the eabjed  being coinipenexeTOhip ot mir-  rlage? Write AeSHQROVE. P.O.  Box 206, Chan, B.C., VOE1 MO,  REAL ESTATE  SEPTEMBER DEPARTURES  lorNowZo*ntlAuolriie. Apply  now lo eevorte on ogrlculurel firmi.  Pereone eged 10-26 contacl the  eVdonallonal Aprtculurel Ex-  dwge Aeoodolion, <1206,1501-  17 Ave. S.W., Ciigiry, AB, T2T  0E2.  Woe* el home. Eirn up to 8300/  day oommleelcn. Take phone  ejrderatofpiitlleher. Peopiecel  you. Bin a AeeodeMe 1404-  487-0841 extension 12 Bam-  3pm.  PHYSICIANS REQUIREDII The  .Boeiid ol DeVedm lor Ihe Two  Hie Heelh Care Cenlre lies recently oaeumed control d Ihe  MeeeJodClnek. We are seeWng lo  r��cni��li��g*rmPhysiclenswho  ereWeradedlniluaillveprac-  Hoe in conjincHexi weth our HenMt  Care Centre Our plant include  aiecanMrudlendanew Medical  CI* to beler eetve Phyiioan  ewd Pats** needs. TheHealth  Care CeMe le a neiw luly aooed-  Bed muDeMevel care leoWy ca-  petteol 110 beds with 92 tiled.  Theoperalk)itilbedeiridude40  Neardng Home, 20 Auxiliry, and  32Acule. TwoHihlelejcaleden  tiour and Wletn mlnules Mstol  eUietMon In a baauitii itch lenn-  mgaem. OUdoorenttiasauiswa  level In Ihe abimknl hunting,  aehlng.eindcimplnp. Thetown  cawne en hdoor snimmlno .Pool,  eBetlng rb*, irena, end emple  ���hopping heXHeeledipplicenli  ���renvMtoeUbml reeumee lo:  Exocudvo Dbedor, Two HUe  Heelh Cere Centre, P.O. Box  180, Two Hie, AB, TOB 4K0.  (403)8574344.  Kanetoope end Am Properties.  Write l�� Wormillon or Buyer'e  gtHdelo: Intend Realty, 322 .Seymour ��., Kamlexxpe, B.C., V2C  20)2. Attn: PrrjperlyCoofdlnilOf.  Phone: (604)3744022.  RELAX COUNTRY LIVING.  1,5,10 acre tola. Wrier, hydro,  Wtoptetme, river view and river  kont. 30 infloi weelolKimkxipt.  CUooled: (604)373-22e52.  8taen, B.C. Park Hie property;  Houee, giraejt, Iruit traee, gir-  e*n,lo*wipi. Aelelng865.000.  Cal (e>04)M247l 1 or write to  2S2.eWiMnAnn,B.C. VIE4N3.  SERVICES  Me|er ICBC end Injury delme.  Joel A. Wener, trial lewyerlor 21  yeere. CiH ookd, (604)736-  8800,Venoouver. Ifnoreoovery,  nohe. No Yukon enqueVlee.  ICBC odered me 83,600. Carey  LMe got me 8100,000.' G.N.,  AMMekxd. LawollloeeolCarey  Llnde, Vancouver 684-7798.  Serving dome Ihroughoul B.C.  tortayiMre.  WANTED  WANTED: Experienced oolecia  wHehee lo purchaee older  MooruulpijMKy. Eapedelyleh,  tree or rnuehroom deeigne and  en�� lee or efmr eervloee made  byMoorcrollof M^ntyre. Cel  ooded: Wtorii (604)658-26��S,  (004)86��4312.  -S-e>*S��-a-ssa=a.  For km 8166.00 you en  pt*oee26��rcrdreiiiWiJ  eidln over 100 newepepere  t��oinhoulB.C.��tdlheYit.  tan. For mora Worn  008(804)8684222.  ^mplele domestic oil-tired ltd  water boiler, 200 gal. oil lank.  183 car engine, very cheap.  J85-9754. ��3  12' fiberglass boat 8250, Chev  small block marine, other boat  Petit, "A" Irame travel trailer  81,300, cross bow 8300,  fiberglass Iravel trailer; 18'  mahogany yellow cedar l/g over  wood 81.800.886-8251.     #24  Stork craft crib; excellent condition, white; 870.886-7375. #22  Matching couch/loveseat 8300  ON; 8x12' area rug - blue/rose  IWO OBO; Ikea laundry basket  825.886-8929. ��23  Local hay, good lor livestock,  $3 75/bale. 885-9208 alter 6  pm. #24  Electric s/cleanlng reconditioned  Stove 8125.888-2457.        #22  Living room couch and matching  chair, rust, 8150 OBO 885-5715  #22  Danish Teak dining room table  8200, good railway out 825,  Hudsons Bay blankets, clean. 4  for 850. 885-3117 #22  Glass sliding doors bathtub  enclosure 8120.886-9181.  #24  I 8a. Hfav \  3-axle equipment trailer. 6-7 ton  capacity. 82500 OBO. Lyle  Forbes. 883-9907. #24  1981580C Case backhoe. 4-in-1  bucket, extend-a-hoe, 2 buckets,  12" & 24". good cond.  883-2747. #23  77 Volkswagen Van lor parts.  886-3331. #24sr  1973 Mustang Legrande. 302  auto., gd. rubber, solid body,  $1400.885-2207. #25sr  1977 Chevy deluxe Nomad van.  captains seats, needs work,  parts. 885-2207. #25sr  74 Ford Van Econoline 200. runs  well. 8650 OBO. 886-4917.  #21sr  1988 Chev S10 pickup. 5 spd..  extended warranty, tool box &  rally  wheels,   88000 OBO.  886-3885 aft. 6pm.         #21ss  74 Blazer, gd. run. gear &  engine. 6 cyl., 4 spd.. body  rusted, no back window, $200  OBO. 886-4988.                #22  1984 Honda Civic, 120,000 kms.  exc. cond.. $5000. 886-9086.  #22  1984 VW Rabbit Cabriolet, red  w/black top. exc. cond.. P/S.  5-spd manual. AM/FM cass.,  alloy wheels, sport seats, low  mil.. $11.500.886-2599.     #22  '81 Aries K, 148.000 kms. 4  door, automatic. 4 cyl.. $1500.  885-7208 eves. #23  1966 Ford Van, lair cond.. $450  OBO. 886-7444. #25ss  75 Ford Torino 2 dr. coupe.  65.000 orig. miles. $1950.  885-7703. #24  1980 Ford F250 4X4 run. cond.,  or for parts. $800 OBO. Dan  886-8036. #24  For parts: 78 Chev 2WD 5 ton;  three 1967-72 Chev ft Ions;  Chev 4x4 3/. & 'h ton drive lines;  Turbo 400 auto: '66 Chev wagon,  excellent transportation. 8300.  886-4507 after 5 pm. #22  1980 Mustang 2 dr. hardtop. 4  cyl.. 4 sp.. AM/FM cassette,  runs great, looks good, $1250.  886-3005. #22  1985 Honda wagon, excellent  condition, 5 dr./spd.. extras.  $7900 OBO. 885-7502        #23  Getting married - need cash  -lorced to sell. 1989 red Ford  F150 short box, 13.000 kms ��� S  yr extended warranty, box liner.  rust protection. Zebard, custom  cab, real sliding window, cloth  seals 886-9760 #23  76 Corvette HP 350 aulo. PS.  PW. PB. $9500 OBO 885-7891  #23  1987 Chev pickup, black, step-  side. 4 by 4. canopy, immaculate. $15,000 885-3448  #22  1986 Merc Topaz G5. low miles,  fully loaded. Must be seen.  $8500.883-9317 eve.        #23  1973 VW Bug. runs well. $500.  886-9856 leave message.    #22  Heavy duty 1981 Econoline 1. Ion  wants new owner. $3450.  885-7331. #23  Rare 1977 Plymouth 8 passenger  SW. very reliable, $950.  885-2521. #23  72 VW Mle, oil Irame. restoration completely redone. Lots ol  extra parts. 84900 aft. 6 pm.  886-9741 and lve msg.       #23  71 Dodge Scamp. 8500 OBO.  886-2426. #23  1986 Ford Ranger Supercab XLT,  75.000 kms.. 87500 060.  886-9065 after 5. #24  1981 Dodge van. slant 6. exc  cond.. low mileage. 84200.  886-8771 #24  1978 Volare station wagon,  8200.883-2929. #23  '82 Datsun King Cab PU. 82500.  8864101. #22  1986 Dodge Oavan. luxury  model, exc. cond., $11,000 OBO.  885-3344. #24  1 Ton 4-WD PU. 1983 Dodge. SE  360cu. in., winch, P/S, P/B, air,  P/W, low n*., 87200.885-5815.  #22  1987 Full size Jimmy, 4-spd.,  auto., 0/D. locking hubs, very  clean, oilers to 815,900.  885-5506. #23  78 Ford Fiesta, rough looking,  runs line, cheap 886-2457,   #24  72 Volva SW. dependable,  strong, well maint.. extras.  886-2457. #24  Blue beater Jeep Cherokee is up  lor grabs! 74 looks 'interesting',  lirsl $700 takes 886-4788    #22  77 Bulck Regal. $900 OBO.  886-8101. #22  83 Ford Ranger, rebuilt 4 cyl.  engine, new brakes, front end  work. $2500.885-5032.   #25ss  1970 Dodge Swinger. 318 V8  aulo., new brakes, reliable  driver. 886-2482 #22  1985 Nissan Micra. 52.000  kms.. auto, trans, AM/FM  cass., $4500.8867217.  #25ss  1987 Ford F250 Supercab. 6.9 L  diesel. 4x4, 5 sp., boxliner,  Micr.olon treatment. 76.000  kms., $15,500.886-8573.   #22  '81 GMC heavy 'A ton, V8 auto.,  PS/PB, very clean, no rust,  83950.886-6957. #22  76 Camaro. 350 auto, 4 barrel,  dual exhaust, new rubber &  brakes, am/fm cassette, goes  good. $1000 OBO. 886-8428.  #23sr  1980 Ford 250 4x4, 6 cyl. standard, steel construction box.  $5000.886-3921 eves.     #20sr  1966 Ford Tempo-L. 85900  883-2906 #21s  1985 Toyota Tercell. 2-dr.. auto.,  gd. cond.. $5500. 885-4520  eves. #22ss  74 Cutlass Supreme HT. P/B.  P/S. 8485.885-3585.      #21ss  1989 F150 Club Cab, 300.6cyl..  5 spd.. 37.000 km. air. tin,  cruise, pulse wiper, tack,  AM/FM cass.. dual lanks. split  RW anti-lock brakes. $17,000;  12' aluminum boat, $300.  885-5700. #22  1964 Chev Impala. $1500. Ph.  alt. 5 pm. 885-4650 #22  19B2 Cavalier SW. 4-dr, stand .  gd. cond.. $2500 OBO.  865-7319 #22  Gold 72 MG. motor good, needs  bodywork and brakes. $750.  Firm. 885-5033. #22  77 Grand Safari SW, gd. cond ,  new lires & brakes, low mil..  $2500 886-7323 #22  1987 CELEBRITV EUROSPORT  station wagon, loaded, extra seat  at back. $11,500 or 83000 down  and take over GMAC payments  886-8698 or 885-3998.       #22  78 Datsun 510. 81100.  886-2826. #2lsr  76 302 motor. 8200. 886-2826.  #21sr  '69 Plymouth Valiant. $500.  886-2826. #21sr  1983 Chev Blazer Silverado 4x4.  305 auto., gloss black, grey int.,  exc cond., $12,000 OBO.  886-7938. #24s  1979 Dodge Diplomat, sell lor  $1500 or trade for equal value  auto Vi ton truck. 1386-7307.  #24i  78 Ford Fiesta, original owner,  new clutch, sunroof. $1050 OBO.  886-2706. #25sr  SOUTH COAST FORD SOUTH COAST </>  USED CARS  1989 TEMPO 2 door. 4 cylinder. 5 speed  1989 ESCORT LX 2 door. 4 cylinder, 5 speed  1989 THUNDERBIRDV6. automatic  1989 DODGE ARIES 4 cylinder, automatic  1989 DODGE ARIES 4 cylinder, automatic  1989 CAVALIER SW 4 cylinder, automatic  1988 CUTLASS SUP V6. automatic  1988 OMNI 4DR 4 cylinder, automatic  1988 MUSTANG GTV8. automalic  1988 TOWN CAR 4 door. 8 cylinder, automatic  1987 FIERO GT V6.5 speed  1987 TRACER HTBK 4 cylinder. 5 speed  1987 COUGAR 2DR/CPE V8. automalic  1987 TRACER GS HTBK 4 cylinder, automatic  1987 HONDA SW 4 door, 4 cylinder, automatic  1987 TAURUS SDN 4 door, 6 cylinder, automatlc|  1987 CAMARO HTBK 6 cylinder, automatic  1986 ESCORT L 4 door. 4 cylinder, automatic  1986 CELEBRITY 4 door, 4 cylinder, automatic  1985 TOYOTA SW 4 door. 4 cylinder, automalic  1984 LTD 4 door. V6. automalic  1984 ESCORT 4 door, diesel. 5 speed  1984 CHARGER 2 door. 4 cylinder, automatic  1982 EXP 2 door, 4 cylinder, automatic  1981 TRANS AM V6. automatic  1981 GLC 2 door. 4 cylinder. 4 speed  1981 T-BIRD 8 cylinder, automatic  1981 DATSUN 310 2 door. 4 cylinder, 4 speed  1981 AMC EAGLE 4x4. 6 cylinder. 4 speed  1980 COUGAR XR7 V8. automatic  1980 COUGAR XR7 vs. automatic  1980 GRANADA 2 door, 6 cylinder, automatic  1980 GRANADA 2 door. 6 cylinder, automatic  1980 MUSTANG 4 cylinder, automatic  1979 T-BIRD V8. automatic  1978 CUTLESS SUPREME ve. automatic  1978 LTD II4 door. V8. automatic  1978 DATSUN 510 4 cylinder. 4 speed  1976 SEDAN DEVILLEve. automatic  1975 TORONADO 2 door. ve. automatic  USED TRUCKS  | 1989 F-150 ve, 5 speed  1989 F-250 ve. automalic  1989 F-150 V8,5 speed  1989 AEROSTAR V6. automatic  1989 BRONCO IIV6.5 speed  1989 F-250 4X4 ve. automalic  1989 BLAZER 4X4 V6. automalic  1988 CHEYENNE ve. 5 speed  1988 RANGER 4 cylinder, 5 speed, 0/D  1988 F-150 ve, 4 speed  1988 RANGER S 4 cylinder. 5 speed  1988 F-150 SC 4x4. ve. automatic  1988 AEROSTAR V6, automatic  1987 AEROSTAR V6. automatic. 0/D  1986 BRONCO SW 2 door. V6.5 speed  11986 BRONCO live. 5speed  1986 RANGER P/U V6, automatic  1986 RANGER P/U V6.4 speed  1984 BRONCO II 4X4 V6.4 speed  1978 GMC 4X4 ve. automatic  1 1978 WAGONEER SWve, automatic  1977 FORD ECONO-CAM V8. automalic  1977 DODGE VAN 6 cylinder, automalic  1976 F-250 S/CAB ve, automatic  1973 VW CAMPER VAN 4 cylinder, 4 speed  BOXLINER  886-3281      DL 8888  lEMEMMDll 22.  Coast News, May 28,1990  68 Cadillac Sedan Deville from  Oiitomia. powei to burn, just  needs a little tinkering'. 31200  OBO 866-3912 belween 5-6pm.  #23ss  69 Chrysler Newport 2 dr. hi:  gd cond.. new paint, brakes,  shocks, dependable. $2200 OBO.  866-3912 between 5-e3pm. #23ss  1936 Mazda RX7 silver/blue.  29.000 kms.. exc. cond 6 yr.  extend, war.. {15.000.  886-6727 #22  CASH PAID  For Some Cars and Trucks  Dead Car Removal  Abex Used Auto Parts  and Tewing  886-2020  TFN  '80 GMC short Vandura 305.  P/S. P/B. $3500 OBO  866-2169 #20sr  1976 GMC 1 ton, gd. tor parts.  $500 886-4599 #22sr  Campers  Motorhomes  1978 Vanguard 11'A' camper.  3-way Iridge. stove, oven,  bathroom, sleeps 4 adults, 2  children, elect/propane power.  $3000. 866-7817 Bonnie. 9 - 5.  I #22  ! 1960 Terry Taurus lightweight,  | 20', centre bathroom plan. $4500.  ,' 665-5615. #22  Sunkamper tent trailer HT, sleeps  6. 3-way fridge, stove, sink, furnace, portapolti, plus many acces.  Offers lo $2200.665-5506.   #23  1967 deluxe motor home. 24'.  perfectly clean and Al condition.  666-6461. #21sr  73 Econoline motorhome. good  shape. $3900 OBO. 666-2924  aft. 6 pm. #22sr  Older camper. 3 power propane,  2 sleeper, good condition. $300.  686-2108. #21ss  1989 Prairie Scnooner 36' 5th  wheel, loaded. $46,700  666-7489. #22ss  '80 - 23' Class C motorhome,  clean 8, well equip., new radials.  hunk beds, sleeps 7. $16,900.  866-4943. TFN  1983 Komtort trailer. 32', self  contained, lull bath., stove  fridge, furnace, air cond.  $17,500,885-3666. #22  1987 Citations Supreme. Ford  diesel. 6.9 motor, 27', 2 airs  Sdreo/taPawnlng. TV & arlel,  rear 54" full size bed plus  goucho. sleeps 6. 33.000 mi.  approx., 14 mil per gal., exc  cond., ph. 686-2776. #22  8' camper w/fridge. slove. furnace, sleeps 4. $1200.  865-7606. #22  24' Holldaire exc. cond., must  sell. $9300 OBO. Mess.  866-8126. #24  1988 Travelaire 25 5th wheel,  $16.500.666-2311 alter 5 pm or  weekends. #23  11'6 Honey Camper, shower,  toilel & wash basin. Double s/s  sink, propane stove wilh oven,  hot waler, furnace & Iridge.  Sleeps 4 plus (old down bunk.  Excel, cond. $4400 OBO  665-3602 #23  Built-in '79 25 It. motorhome,  propane, gas power, 360 Dodge,  Iridge. stove, etc., includes 10  boat, 4000 watt Honda generator  $13.000.686-8643. #23  21' Scamper travel trailer, sell-  cent., 4 burner stove and oven,  0/S 3-way Iridge, new radial  tires, excellent cond.. $9000.  Phone 885-2271 alter 6 pm. #24  Trillium trailer (1300) stove,  3-way Iridge, P/P, good cond.,  $3000 OBO. 886-8945.        #24  1974 11' Western camper,  fridge, slove w/oven, deep  freeze, boal rack, hyd. lacks,  $2500 OBO. 584-5850.        #22  BROOKS & MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Baniamen Moora 1 leelaeneltloeeeel  Peeieeta  Bill Wood  SECHELT  bus 885-2923  Res 885-5058  |A  27' Prowler, clean, new carpel,  everything works, no leaks,  $7000. Call Gordon or June, Duncan Cove Resort, 863-2424. #24  26' travel Irailer, good cond.,  $4800 OBO. 863-2930 or  253-6087. #24  26' Prowler 5th wheel, excellent  shape, air conditioning. TV aerial,  $11,500 OBO 865-5861    #23sr  26' Clipper Marine sloop, sleeps  6. lull head room, retractive keel,  4.5 Johnson OB. DS/CB, tandem  Easyload trailer, $8500.  885-3472 #22  18' Sangster 4-cyl., I/O. runs  good, sounder, stainless prop,  ttailer. lull canvas. $4495.  886-9047 #22  1980 24' Campion 260 Met-  cruiser. FWC. trim tabs, stand-  up head, power winch. VHF  sounder, A/E stove, charger,  downrlggers. 886-2155.      #22  Sub lease 28' Moorage at Gibsons Marina. June 1st to Sept.  30th. $500. 886-8341.  866-3667 #22  20' Fisherman and lamily boat on  trailer, 25 HP 0/B. Used only 15  hrs., $5400.885-9986.       #22  17' KC boat, 70 HP Johnson, 8  HP Evinrude, trailer, fish finder,  CB radio, exc. cond.. $7000  Firm. 865-5128. #22  25' Apollo 225 Merc I/O,  w/trailer. $12,500 OBO.  883-9440. #23ss  16' K&C Thermoglass boat. 65  HP Evin, new canvas, new leg,  Irailer. $3000 OBO. 885-5656 or  866-9078. #24sr  19' FG cabin. 60 HP 0/B, 4 HP  0/B. sounder, lanks, trailer, extras. 663-9080. #24sr  LET'S TALK  MONEY  Let's get together and sell  your RV unit II we can't sell  II we'll buy II. Free Appraisal  and pickup anywhere.  LANTZVILLE RECREATION  COMPANY LTD.  ran F���. 1-800-663-4234  D7363  SECHELT MARINE  SURVEY8 LTD.  Captain Bill Murray  M.C.M.M.C.   M.N.A.M.S.I  M.A.B.Y.C.   ��� Marine ,  Surveyors and Consultants I  888-3843 '  17' Double Eagle exc. cond.. new  171 Volvo motor, gas tank, road  runner, many extras, must sell,  $9500. 487-9565. Powell River.  #22  17' Cal Glass, 120 HP I/O.  trailer, sounder, compass.  $6000.886-8008. #23  22' Lynnwood Express. 1981.  260 HP Volvo. 280 leg, standup  head, propane stove and heater,  sleeps 4, 9.5 outboard, Iridge,  exc. cruising and fishing, at  Secret Cove, $16,000.  922-6685. #23  Spring Bok 12*4" alum, boat and  cover, 9.9 HP Johnson motor,  Highliner trailer, new. $3950  OBO. 883-2239. #24  14' Mirrocralt, swivel seats. 9.9  HP Evinrude, as new, $2300.  885-4716. #25ss  19V;' F/G boat, 115 HP Merc,  CB, Sounder, Irailer, $5500 OBO.  886-9050. #24  12' sailboat, racing class, admiral,  needs new shift, $650 trailer incl.  886-4788. #22  Sallboards: full-size funboard,  $650: Windsurfer 1 design, $350;  Hulls: .flic. $100: Sailrider 2,  $100: High Volume WS Compatible. $100; Accessories.  686-4788. #22  EVINRUDE OUTBOARDS  Special savings on all models in  stock. Full marine services, Hyak  Marine Services 886-2246.    #22  7 HP Eska Shortshalt kicker,  8365; 10 HP Johnson Shortshalt,  $425060.386-4788. 122  Scuba wet suit, men's med., 2  pee., hooded, orange, gd. cond.,  $175.886-4768. #22  Fishermen! 10' F/G boat, light,  tough, handles - planes very well,  $350; small boat Irailer, $90.  686-4788. #22  21'A' Spencer cabin cruiser,  stand-up head, full galley, 250  Chev w/Merc leg, exc. cond.,  $2250 OBO. Dennis 886-8253 #22  Wanled: used aluminum herring  skiff with or without engine.  865-3798. #22  23' F/G boal caddy cabin, w/Ford  Merc motor, 280 Volvo leg, heavy  duty dual axel trailer, gd. cond.,  $7900.886-9025,886-8481. #24  Totally rebuilt 318 cu. In. left &  right with gears. 883-9110.  #22sr  23' Brandlymr. Volvo. Work required, $1850 OBO; 22'A'  Sangslercrafl. No motor, $1100  OBO. 885-3127. #21s  1989 9.9 Mariner, excellent condition,$1350.883-2211. #21ss  17 If. fibreglass bare hull, handyman special, U-haul, $200  OBO. 863-2149. #22ss  20' Reinell F/G. C/B 2.5 GPH at  24 MPH fresh 170/280 7.5 Honda aux. sounder, lots of spare  eng. & leg parts, $5500 firm.  885-4404. #22  23 ft. F/W cabin cruiser, 130  Volvo, 250 Volvo leg, flying  bridge, heavy duty batteries,  depth sounder, standup head,  ale. stove, sink, extra prop,  84500.886-4988. #22  Owens Flagship 26', 225 HP,  rebuilt, 250 hrs., head, manog.  trim, sleeps 6, 812,000 OBO.  1-682-8012. #24  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9 9-20-30-40-50-70      HP  1988-1989 Evinrudes. Excellent  condition.   Lowes   Resort,  ,383-2456 TFN  Cal25. fully equipped, moorage  included. $11,500. 886-8706  #21sr  Ves! There is a reliable local pro-  pellor repair service. 885-5278.  TFN  22' Bayliner Sunbridge - sleeps  lour, VHF, new canvas, F.W.C.  886-8250 #24ss  Year-round' moorage. Pender  Harbour. 883-9177. #23  19%' glassply hard-top with  tandem trailer, fully-equipped.  883-2462. #24ss  16' Peterbourgh cedar plank  canoe, fibreglass exterior, gd.  cond. $350.886-6258.       #22  22' BellBuoy cruiser. 165 Merc.  I/O. $2000. recent overhaul  V-Berth sleeper, many extras.  Great lamily & lishing boal.  $8500. 18' Sangslercraft. 120  Volvo I/O. Irailer, $3500.  926-4641 or 886-7959.        #22  14' Sangster fibreglass boal  w/canopy, 33 HP motor, good  trailer, new battery, $2200.  885-3399. #22  1988 Zodiac C-310, 10'3 ", 10  HP. rating inflatable keel, oars &  pump, mint condition. $2400  new, asking $1400. Phone  886-9169 days. 886-8603 after 8  pm. #22  For Sale: Float with building.  886-8058. #25ss  17%' K&C FG boat. 120 HP  Volvo, great boat. $5500 OBO.  885-5623 eves. #24  1983 16' Campion, exc. shape,  lull canvas, built-in gas tank, 60  HP Mariner, small motor bracket,  galv. trailer, seldom used,  $6450.886-6382. #24  Pacilica 201988 20' cenlre consol boal. complete w/power,  $8500.883-9110. #20s  18' Hourston Glasscraft, hard  top, 90 HP Mercury 0/B.  sounder, VHF, covered, $6950.  685-9665. #20ss  Evinrude 15 HP. $300; Silver  Seagull, $500; Vamaha 9.9 HP,  $1500.885-9772. #22s  Mobile Homes  USED HOMES  STARTING AT:  ��12,90000FOB  Collect 580-4321  3 bedroom 24x40 double wide,  woodstove, skylights, all appliances, large sundeck, sunken  hot tub, storage shed, $49,500  886-3006. Sunshine Coast  Trailer Park. #23  12'x60' 1971 mobile, musl be  moved, $14,000. 864-5346  eves. #23  1981 14'x70'. Selma Vista Park.  5 appliances, $34,500.  885-7729 eves. #25ss  FAMILY PARK  ���155/month  ONLY 5% DOWN  wilh M.A.P. Program OAC  Call Collect 580*4321  Motorcycles  1982 YZ490J Vamaha. only 30  hrs. since new. Mint cond.,  $1500.886-4599. #22sr  1200 Yamaha louring bike, 1  owner, mint. 883-9110.    #24sr  1986 Honda GH250G Scooter.  461 km., like new, $2200.  885-7501. #22  '83KawiKDX175asnew.$1O0O  OBO. 885-5492. #25sr  1982 Honda 750. 20,000 kms.  lairing, luggage rack, lull cover,  lair shape. $1200. 886-8450.  12118  1983 Honda Goldwing (Aspen-  cade) A Duality Motorcycle al an  affordable price  (replacement  value approx. $14,000)  Only $4495  - very clean, garage kept  - never been in a motor vehicle  accident.  - low kms. (43,000 range)  - equipped to low light travel  Irailer.  - red/maroon in colour with  pinstripe highlights.  - new tires and battery  - professionally maintained  - comes with tire gauge, metric  tools, gd. quality helmet and  motorcycle cover.  - digital gauges & onboard air  compressor to ad|ust suspension.  Phone 886-4935 anylime.    #22  In Stock at  EN MAC  cycle  Oil Filters, Batteries, Tires,  Riding Gear, etc.  mono Jay at 888-8831  K  1984 Vamaha R2350, exc. cond..  low kms . 8)800.885-4109. #22  81 Honda XR80. good condition  $300 886-8568. #22  1987 535 Virago, exc cond., tarings, crash bars. 2 helmets.  1100 kms. 2800. 886-4690  alter 6 pm. #24SS  1986 Honda XL 350R. only 3900  kms. never on road, like new.  $2400.886-2482. #22  1981 Vamaha Virago 750. exc.  cond.. lairing, hwy. lights, luggage rack, saddle bags & back  resl. $1100 OBO. 886-2520 alter  6 pm. #22  Wanted to Rent  By local teacher, 2-3 bdrm. house  by July or Aug.. lve msg. at  .386-3350. #24  1 bdrm. house ot apt. ktary Black.  666-2149. #22  2-3 bdrm home for middle-age  couple. Non-smokers, Non-  drinkers. Rob & Cathy Clarke.  886-2149 #22  N/S. N/D lemale requires at-  lodable accom., Sechelt to Gibsons. 886-7424. #22  Rural home wanted by a lamily ol  4. Good tenants ate worth seeking oul. Call 865-7196 - check  our references. #22  3 bdrm home Gibsons/Roberts  Creek area. Good rels. 886-7359.  #22  Wanled - summer home on beach  tor 6. month ol August.  985-0606. #22  Sept. 1990 to June 1991. shop  area with hydro and heat in Gibsons or Sechelt. Call Continuing  Ed 885-2991. #22  Experienced poller with equip,  needs studio/living space, Lower  Gibsons vicinity, July 1st. Keith  886-6427. #24  2-3 bdrm. accommodation tor 7  months, by or before July 1,  N/S, N/D. N/P, adults.  372-1611   (days),   578-7247  (eves (collect. #24  Reliable working woman wilh  small dog needs 2 bdrm. suite/  house. Gibsons, lor Aug. 1.  731-2214. #23  Clean reliable family of 4 wishes  to rent a motorhome from July  23-29.886-9026. #24  Furnished room for rent, prefer  non-smoking woman with car.  885-4514. #24  120 sq II. view office in Lower  Gibsons avail, immed., several  amenities. Call 886-7995.    #24  Lg. single room, private entrance, private bath, no cooking.  N/S. N/D preferred. $400 includes hydro & cable. 886-2785.  #22  2 bdrm. house, large yard, W.  Sechelt. no pets. rels.. $600.  733-5177. #24  Roberts Cteek Hall avail.,  dances, parties, weddings,  equipment rental. Yvonne  885-4610. TFN  MINI STORAGE  886-8626  #23  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek Hall  available. Wheelchair facilities  885-2752.885-9486. #26  Help Wanted  Waitresses  Bartenders  & Cooks  Full or Part-Time  Peninsula Motor Inn   886-2804;  HAIRDRESSER  lor busy shop. Full or part-time.  Call Wayne 866-8510eves.    #22  Students: July 3 - Aug. 31, Arts  Centre Sechelt. Curatorial  assistance, related duties. Post  Secondary Arts preferred. Senior  Secondary wilh Arts locus considered. Resumes by June 15. Box  1565. Sechell. BC. VON 3A0. #24  Responsible lamily of lour mov|nej  permanently to Sunshine toast  Irom Cranbrook, requires 3  bdrm. house, garage or storage,  non-smoking, no pets. Phone  Moo's Brothers, 885-9704.  #24  Woman with cat urgently needs  reasonable accommodation.  Hope, 865-9863. #24  Ouiet, Christian lady wishes to  rent in private home, near water,  willing lo look after property and  pets when owner Is away. Enjoys  gardening & writing, rels. Alberta  (403)459-3871. #24  Bed 8.  Breakfast  Selma Park, Sechelt. Ocean view,  ���garden, private. 885-7034.   #25  Pender Harbour waterfront, very  privale. 883-2881. #22  2 bdrm. unfurn. home avail. Immed., Halfmoon Bay, $600.  467-3812. #23  Comfortable furnished 1 bdrm.  duplex waterfront Rbts. Crk.,  single mature man only. $300 plus  util. 886-9885. #22  Apartment for one person. Non-  smoker only. Near Gibsons mall.  Relerences required. $400 per  month. 886-4677after 5 pm. #22  For rent on Sunshine tost, 12  miles north of Sechelt, 1 bdrm  cottage, fully furn., and heated.  $650 refs and deposit required.  Avail. June 1. 530-4528.  583-0741. #22  ���Gibsons new 3 bdrm.. 2% balhs,  all appliances, avail. July t.  8110O.296-5215. #22  600 ft. storage area, Gibsons,  hydro, 8' celling, reasonable.  886-2226. #22  Waterfront Heme: 4 bdrm.  renovated home, Beach Ave,  Rbts. Crk.. $1150month. Min. 1  yr. lease, max. 2 yrs., rels. req.  885-3832. #22  Jolly Roger-1 bdrm., furnished,  pool & marina.  1-436-2668 #24ss  Offers being received on a  5-wheel trailer, sitting bedroom,  suitable lor couple or 2 single  men, avail. Aug. 1, Lower Rd..  Rbts. Ck. Don 266-4031 alt.  tm- #22  Room - utils. incl., N/D adull,  8340/tno. Davis Bay. 885-2253.  #24  4 bdrm. house, N/S, Granlhams,  avail. June 1, $900/mo��� refs.  886-7712. #24  Al Fritz Family Restaurant, Earls  Cove. Cooks, Cashiers,  Dishwashers. 883-9412.      #24  Aquarius Sealarms Ltd. is looking to fill farm technician positions lor Its Sunshine Coast  growout operation, shift work.  Send resume to Box 2540,  Sechell, DC. VON 3A0.        #22  Resumes tailored lo meet your  needs! Arbutus Office Services  885-5212. #24  Production assistant required for  Tilly* Galley. Applicant must be  ;1eS-24 years old. Start immed.,  35 hrs. week. Please call Kate  885-2400. #22  Short order cook, bartender and  :cocktail waitress. Exp.  necessary. Call Lynn or Donna  885-7666. #22  General Labourer, full-time,  chance for advancement. Reply  immediately to Box 338, c/o  Coast News, Box 460, Gibsons,  BC, VON 1V0. #22  French tutor for high school student during summer. Contact  883-9380 #23  Lord Jim's Resort Hotel is now  accepting applic. lor Ihe folloing  positions for the summer season.  Asst. manager, front desk clerks,  waiters/waitresses, cooks/kitchen staff & maint. stall.  Call 885-7038  Ask for manager #22  Flagging personnel needed, musl  have own transportation. Send  full resume to Road Warrior Traffic Control, RRI, Box 17, Silver-  sands, Halfmoon Bay, B.C. VON  1V0. #22  Part-time help, exc. hours, Call  Ken or Jan (Gussys). 886-7922.  #22  WANTED: 62 OVERWEIGHT PEO-  PLE. It pays lo lose 10-29 lbs.  THIS MONTH! DIET DISC weight  control 'Doctor Recommended*  TOLL FREE 1-978-3014 Recorded  Message. #22  Infant DevetofHnent Consultant  Part-time position (17 hrs. week).  Oualilicalions required are professional training In Held related to  child devetojment (such as  special education, psychology,  therapy) plus extensive experience working with families ol  children with special needs. Starting salary 81135. Send resumes  by May 31 to: Cindy Ratzlalt. IDP  Programme Coordinator, Box  1069, Sechelt. B.C. VON 3A0.  Fey inlo phone 885-5940.     #22  Howe .Sound  Mle*     IM     MMI     UeVHIt  ROOM AND ROARD  Room and board Is required  lor a Student Chemist who is  working al Howe Sound Pulp  and Paper tor Ihe summer,  Irom June to August 1990.  Persons having available accommodation are asked to  call Bill Ahrens, Employee  Relations Supervisor at  HSPP at 884-5223.  Live In nanny lor single dad and  Iwo boys. 3 12. Room and  board, plus wage, one child  welcome. Rels. 866-7737.    #23  Person to llll vending machines  on p/t basis. Busiest time  weekends & holidays. Will train  successlul applicant. Vehicle required. Ideal lor active retired or  semi-retired person. Contact:  Coasl Vendco Ltd. P.O. Box  7370. Station D. Victoria, B.C.  V9B5B7. #24  Drivers and dispatchers wanted  immediately. Class 4 driver's  licence needed. 885-9509.   #24  Help Wanted  PART-TIME  MOTOR VEHICLE  BRANCH CLERK.  Applications  will   be  received by the undersigned  up to 4:30 pm, Friday, June  1, 1990 lor the position ol  part-time (twelve hours per  week, plus holiday relief)  Motor Vehicle Branch Clerk.  The successlul applicant  will be responsible for the Issuance of  MVB licence  plates and lorms together  with ICBC insurance applications and renewals. Other  duties will be directly related  to the oflice environment  wilh the* Town ol Gibsons'  MVB/ICBC olfice.  1990 salary rate for this  position Is $9.32 to 89.62  per hour.  Applicants,  in  writing,  should slate qualifications,  experience,   availability,  references and other pertinent inlormation.  R.L. Goddird (Mrs.)  CLERK-AOMINISTRATOR  Town ol Gibsons  P.O. Box 340  Gibsons, BC  VON 1V0  Do you have room in your lamily  lor a special person? We are  seeking a famly Interested In providing room, board and TLC for a  young woman (18 years) learning  to live independently, Sechelt to  Gibsons area. For more inlormalion, please call Joan, Sechelt  Mental Health Cenlre, 885-5164  during business hours.       #24  The Ministry of Social Services &  Housing immediately requires  skilled care givers to provide  homes for children 11-13 years.  Experience In childcare work or  teaching Is preferred. The fee tor  service is negotiable. For more  Information please call Judy Walls  weekdays at 885-7101.       #27  Staff required ��� Secret Cove  Marina. Phone eOash 885-3533.  #24  O  HEAD  GUARD  Applications are being accepled lor ihe position of Head  Minimum Oualilicalions:  Fitness Instructor  Bronze Medallion  Bronze Cross  N.L.S. Pool Option  A.E.C.  Red Cross Instructor  R.L.S.S. Instructor  Basic First Aid  C.P.R.  Male or Female  Minimum age ol 19  Plus one other coaching or instructor qualification in  aquatic-related field.  At least two years of experience as lifeguard/Instructor.  Experience in leading aquatic or land fitness programs.  The successlul candidate will be responsible for the  following:  1)0peraling pool in the absence of the supervisor;  2) Dealing effectively with staff and public:  3) Working with management In the overall planning  and Implementation of aquatic programs, and their  advertising and promotion;  4)A preventative maintenance program involving the  entire facility on a day to day basis;  5) Dally recordkeeping;  6) Development of an on-going In-service training program;  7) And such other duties��lime to time required by  eTianagement.  This position Is classed as full-time and may require  shift changes. Successlul candidate must be willing to  work nights and weekends.  Submit complete resume and references mi IMr Beta  JaaaMMia.-  P.O. Box 340. Gibsons, BC. VON IVO  Help Wanted  Aulo Trader magazine requires  reliable distributor tor Thursday  only deliveries in Sechelt area.  Dianne Nickel. 430-4500.    #23  Part lime, mostly weekends, semi  or retired person. Apply in person  at AC Building Supplies or call  883-9551. #22  29.  Business 8.  Home Services  Throating A Umer Puty?  Butte!. BBO, A La Carte, relax and  enaiy your company. A taste lor  the palate. For the personal touch,  call In Hem Cmriog. 685-3435,  865-4804, #23  * RENT ��� A - HAND *  Truck and Most Tools  $8 - $20 hour   866-4766  ARBUTUS OFFICE SERVICES  For all your secretarial needs. Rm.  217 Teredo Square. 885-5212.  #24  Do you need a house cleaner? Call  883-9319. #24  IWiable man/men available lor  day |obs. Lawn/garden labour etc.  Robert 886-3822. #22  NO SWEAT PAINTERS  Exterior painting and staining  885-7384  #24  GRANDVIEW  PAINTING  Professional and Courteous  Service  Interior - Exterior  C. Strand    886-3284  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD.  Topping - Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal.  Insured.  Guaranteed  Work. Free estimates. 685-2109.  TFN  Computer Tutor: Bedford, DOS.  Word Perfect. Accounting services also available lor small  businesses Michael Hamer  686-7589. #24  ANDERSONS CONSTRUCTION  Foundation, Framing, Finishing,  Renovations, Additions, Decks,  Patios, Siding.  Fair Prices - 8884899  #22  TnO TREE TOPPING  SERVICES  Topping, Tapering. Falling,  Shrub Removal. Trimming, Pruning and Cleanup. Ted 885-9509  mess. #24  ANDERSONS CONSTRUCTION  Foundations, Framing, Finishing,  Renovations. Additions. Decks.  Patios,  Siding.   Fair  Prices  888-4899. #23  Typing service available,  manuscripts, term papers,  business letters, etc. 885-7604.    #23  HOLLY STREET DRAFTING  House plans, designs, additions  and - renovations.  Reasonable  rates. 885-7364. \#24  Carpet 8 Upholstery Cleaning  Special $49.99 - living room, dining room, hallway. BIG EAGLE  ENT. LTD. 886-2688. #23  Rooting, reroollng, remodelling,  repairs, leaks fixed, reasonable  and guaranteed, For Iree estimate  call Lome, 885-4190. #27  Handyman: carpentry, drywall,  painting, palio stones, fencing,  driveway scaling, roof demoss-  Ing, hauling. Alan, 686-8741.  #24  decorating lor all your  painting needs. 20 years experience. Satisfactions Guaranteed. Bob 685-5804. #24  Work Wanted  ,��� H0nee PR0FE88I0NAL  ln STEAM CLEANING  Carpets  Upholitiry  POWERFUL TRUCK-MOUNTED  EQUIPMENT  BEST POSSIBLE RESULTS  CHERISHED  CARPET CARE  886-3823  a wag ot aa mm i m ftgagaaaa  Work Wanted  Vinyl siding, porcnes ana decks.  Call Gary for Iree estimate.  883-9215. #23  DO YOU NEED  Brush cutting. Rubbish RomevH  Rotatilling, weedeating, carpet/  upholstery cleaning, window  cleaning, hedge trimming. Skip's  Maintenance Service. 885-2373.  #23  MOUNTAINSIDE  PRESSURE WASHING  Trailers, homes, all types ot  buildings, boats, roots, paint  stripping, patios, equipment,  driveways, sundecks, swimming  pools, gutters cleaned, quality  workmanship, tree estimates.  885-7473. #23  1 Ton pickup, prompt service,  moving, yard maintenance, landscaping, elc 885-9363       #23  Interior - exterior painting, house  repairs. Prompt service, reliable  experience. 885-9363.        #23  TMETCfNN  Danger tree removal, limbing and  tailing, fully insured, Iree  estimates. Jell Collins.  686-8225. #24  Quality Builders: New homes.  renovations, and additions, Iree  estimates. Call Bruce 886-7706.  #24  Roofing, reroollng. remodelling,  repairs, leaks lixed, reasonable  and guaranteed. For free estimate  call Lome. 885-4190. #27  Handyman looking lor work, will  do painling, gardening, etc.  885-3792. #24  Spring cleaning got you down?  Housecleanlng services available,  $9/hr. 886-3463. #24  BOB'S HAULING  All kinds ol debris removed, tree  work, odd jobs. Bob 885-4804.  #24  Painter...have brush will travel.  Interior-exterior. 886-3078.    #21  1 Ton pickup, prompt service,  moving, yard maintenance, landscaping, etc. 885-9363.       #23  Interior - exterior painting, house  repairs, Prompt service, reliable  experience. 885-9363.        #23  Framing crew available, air  equipped. Ph. all. 6 pm.  886-7830. TFN  MY PUCE OR YOURS  Professional auto body mechanic  will contract your work. Autos,  trucks, industrial, marine hulls,  fibreglass, plastic & exotic  finishes, welding. For appointment 885-7659all. 6 pm.     #23  House Painting - Interior and  Exterior. Call Samuel Dill  686-7619. #23  Carpenter,  4 yrs experience,  knowledge in Iraming, renovations, siding & decking.  886-8286. #23  WINDOW WASHING.  Final construction clean-up.  886-8680 or 885-2615        #23  Sundecks. fences, small additions, drywall and finishing work.  885-5914 alter 6 pm. #23  Child Care  Family Day Care, my home, tefs,  avail. 666-3001. #22  Child care tor my 2 sons, age 4  and 8 yrs., 3 to 4 days a week,  refs. please. 886-2088.      #22  Babysitter wanted lor 1 or 2 afternoons or mornings a week. Jane  685-5345. #22  Experienced N/S, N/D nanny  seeking live-in position.  Relerences are available. Please  call Carrie, days 886-8988 eves,  886-7049. #22  Responsible mother of Iwo Is  eager to have additional children  to care for in our home. Refs.  avail. Phone 886-8333.       #23  Babysitter required on occasion  lor day lime appointments, etc.  Please call 886-8333.        #23  Babysitter required weekdays lor  4 & 6 year olds. 886-3075 alter  6. #23  Babysitter wanled lor 18 mo.  boy, prefer in my home, W.  Sechelt. Please call Lorraine,  885-9041. #23  ' Business  Opportunities  Start now - local Amway  distributor offers opportunity for  good earnings. You pick the  hours. We assist you. For appointment call 885-7144.    #26  GLASSFORD  P   R   I:   S   S  I )i:>luN STUDIOS  886-2622 Coast News, May 28,1990  23.  Roberts    Creel<  An important topic  by Bev Cranston, M6-.H1S  Jane Davidson of the Roberts  Creek Library would like to inform the public about a topic no  one really wants to think about  or talk about and that is serious  illness or death in a family.  The library has a lot of informative and useful books on the  subject, especially on how to  deal with telling children sad  news such as the above. Jane or  any   of   the   other   library  volunteers would be pleased to  help you find the .books.  SCHOOL NEWS  Our student athletes have  been doing really well. At a recent track and field meet held  April 28, sponsored by the Sim-  shine Coast Athletic Club, the  kids came home with over 70  ribbons and 24 of them firsts!  Laura Spani was the Overall  Aggregate Award winner for  girls with SO points.  The med May 5 at Minoru  Park in Richmond brought  home over SO ribbons and the  Powetll River meet on May 12  between 40 and 50 ribbons.  RAINBOW PRESCHOOL  Rainbow Preschool is back at  Camp Douglas as of September  1990. Registration will be at the  Roberts Creek Library June 2  from 11 am to 1 pm. For further information call Vicki at  885-9333 or Jane at 886-7610.  Lieutenant-Governor David Lam and his wife and entourage enjoyed a medieval banquet at Pender  Harbour Secondary School presented by the Grade 8 Home Economics claaa on May 25.  ���Jeff CeqMetcr pkoto  Hnlfmoon B.iy H.ippcmntjs  I  Welcome Spring Lunch  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  Be sure to keep this coming  Wednesday afternoon free so  that you can attend the Annual  Spring Lunchwn at Welcome  Beach Community Hall. Date is  May 30 and the time is 12 noon.  This event is held each year as a  special occasion on which to  honour our pioneer memebers  and ex-members who have  moved away from the area.  If any of these elderly guests  require a ride lo Ihe hall or for  further information call  885-3305. This will also be a  good opportunity for those of  you who missed Ihe auxiliary  tea held recently for Grace  Rutherford, as Grace will be in  attendance at this one.  Everyone will be welcome.  NEWLYWEDS  Congratulations from us all  to John Parsons of Sechelt,  formerly of Halfmoon Bay, on  his recent marriage in Sechelt to  Maria Margarita Felix-Gaxiola  of Mazatlan in Mexico. The  happy couple will be spending  half the year in Sechelt and the  other half in Mexico. Sounds  like a great arrangement and we  wish them both every happiness.  A HAPPY BIRTHDAY  Marie Hoffar, formerly of  Secret Cove, celebrated her  birthday last week at her home  in West Sechelt. The day was  shared by nieces and nephews  who came from Burnaby for the  occasion, and by her long time  friend Mary Raynor.  A  belated  happy birthday  Marie.  A BEAVEREE  All the Beavers of the Sunshine Coast along with their  families will be showing up at  Coopers Green this Saturday,  June 2 from 10 am until 2 pm.  There will be games and activities as well as refreshments,  and each Beaver can bring a  friend of Beaver age if he wishes  to do so.  Chatelech honours  GRADE 8  Melanie Bcssler, Richard Brotherston,  Cherie Croteau, Christopher Croteau,  Katherine Cuthbertson, Daniel Gory,  Jenny Haikoncn, Nicholas Half, Tina  Harapnuk, Ryan Hughson, Tuula  Kaltio, Cindy Kingston, Rachel Leekic,  Gina Luoma, Michael McGuinness,  Caley McKee, Carla Merrill, Amanda  Mollet, Phiiipp Rindt, Laura Stubbs,  Christa Vandebert, Stephen Wagner.  GRADE 9  Jason Baggio, Ed Bell, Maria Budd,  Kate Dickerson, Melissa Gerring, Jordan Guignard, Kerne Jardine, Tricia  Lee, Andrea McLeod, Steven Myhill-  Jones, Claire Smith, Christina Wilson,  Laura Yates, Laura Zealand.  GRADE 10  Noelle Beaudoin, Erin Brooks, Shannon Caldwell, Kurtis Francis, .Benjamin  Haley, Cameron Haley, Matthew Haley,  Rebecca Joliceour, Darcy Kaltio, Scott  McCulloch, James McLeod, Jessica  McNutt, Dana Pierce, Kirk Savage,  Megan Smith.  GRADE 11  David Basha, Kristin Beecham, Geoffrey Bradshaw, Bryan Fitchell, Katrina  Gleadow, Jeannette Gory, Sophia Han,  Eliza Kinley, Jane Pearl, Cherie  Sullivan, Caitlin Tomkies, Kirsten  Vader, Carla Wellings, Richard Wilson.  GRADE 12  Portia Albrecht, Aaron Baggio,  Nadine Baker, Andreas Bcrnauer, Dawn  Cuthbertson, Bill Dall, Rory Emerson,  Gina Flay, Cameron Gleadow, Jason  Hall, Torin Lee, Lorraine North,  Geraldine O'Keefe, Claudctte Ramos,  John Rogers, Theresa Rose, Eric Sweet,  Leanne Walker.  Hydrologlst hiring  by Jeff Carpenter  Council decided to hire a  hydrologist after hearing from  Municipal Clerk Lorraine God-  dard's report that for between  $1000 and $1750, Pacific  Hydrologists Ltd. of Vancouver  would be prepared to study  maps of the area before coming  to Gibsons for on-site analysis  and if the well site did not prove  feasible would provide other  likely locations.  Council also agreed to look  into building a cement pad for a  trailer to be stationed at  Brothers Park. A person would  live there, acting as a night  watchman in return for rent-  free living quarters.  Cliff fill  Notice Board  Gibsons RCMP Ledlei Fishing Derby June 1,2, a 3, (25, tickets available at Gibsons  RCMP and Family Sports, Sunnycrest Mall.  Heritage Society and Orlttwoed Players dinner and theatre night, Sun., June to at  6pm, $30 each, tickets available al Ihe Omega Restaurant.  Blent FIN Market at Gibsons Winter Club (curling club) Sun., June 10 from 10am to  2pm. Book a table now 886-7801 alt. 6pm.  Gibsons Branch ol Friends el Schinphnekt monthly meeting May 28 at 7:30 pm.  Garibaldi Health Unit. S. Fletcher, video and discussion, all welcome.  Next meeling ol Ihe Sunshine Coast Unit of the Centdltn Causer Sxlety will be Monday. May 28 at I pm in Ihe regional offices. All welcome.  Canadian Federation et University Women el the Sunshine Ceest meeting on Monday,  May 28, 11:30 am. Kirkland Centre. Mary Pellat will speak about 'A Senior off the  Beaten Path'. For more information call 885-9589.  Kiwanis AeiHitry 10th Anniversary Tee, a beautilul painting was presented to the  residenls by artist Kathleen Wells. June dinner meeling will be at Seaview Gardens  June 20. Annual Berry Tea #111 be July 21 at 2pm in the Residents' Lounge.  Attention: Es-NWT ItotMeett - 4th Annual Picnic June 10 from 12 noon to 8pm at  Bear Creek Provincial Park, Kelowna. Bring your own lunch. For Info call H. Glick al  768-2158.  Alpha Onaga reendstten meeting Tuesday, May 29 at the home of John i Oi  Marian. Call 883-2251 or 886-9441 for Information.  Cencetr leeeart Group meeling Monday, June 4,1 pm at the Sechelt Health Mro,  Central Rm., homeopathy talk and discussion, David Gerrap MD.  leeaMM Ceatt Women present a reading from 'Fishing with John' by Edith Iglauer.  Monday, June 4. 7:30 pm. Community Services office. 5638 Inlet Ave., Sechell.  Bring a friend  WELCOME BACK  The Victoria holiday  weekend saw the return of  many of our 'summer people'  to Halfmoon eBay. This is the  time for opening up the cottage  and wondering if there have  been any burst pipes during the  winter months, or if a family of  skunks or squirrels have taken  over.  Now that things are cleaned  up these good people will be  back in force as soon as school  is out for the summer. Let's  hope that the weatherman has  some summer weather in store  for us.  KEITH HOWSE  a  winner!  Students 12 to 18 years Irom all over BC recently  entered Ihe provina-wide "WINNER" proration sponsored by BC Central Credit Union Simply by entering  their names, students got chances to win various prizes  taing awarded In Ihe greater Vancouver/Sunshine Coast  region.  Te eetm a M mam, lentNM Com Ml Union  purchased Is own 11 speed Hew laear 'Seem' bike,  last week lucky Keith Howso won his new bike Just  weeks alter having had his stolen. Keith was a double  winner, as his name was drawn for a T-shirt, too!  Gibsons Branch Manager Robb Carey and 15-year-old Keith Howse.  Sunshine Coast Credit Union thinks all students who entered the ������WINNER' promotion  JOIN THE  WINNERS AT  V\  Sunshln* Coast  Credit Union  Sechelt Branch  Box 375, Teredo Square  Sechelt. BC VON3A0  Telephone $85-3255  Gibeona Branch  Box 715. Kern's Plaza  Gibsons, BC. VON IVO  Telephone 886-8121  PRIZES DONATED BY: Domini Shorts. Arocel Cyclometers, Steve Bauer Bikes, Nike Foot Wear, Superstar Slcres. 7-Eleven Stories.  In business, timing  is everything.  Now is ihe best  time to get  ready for the  proposed GST.  Help starts with this  GST information kit,  mailed to businesses  across Canada.  If you didn't get yours,  or if you have any  questions, call now:  1800561-6990  8 Un.* 5 Pafflea Mon. ��� RL  Or pick up a kit at your  nearest post office.  Telecommunications  device for the hearing  impaired: 1800465-5719  Preiure Early  ��� You'll receive information on how the  proposed GST applies  to your business.  ��� You'll have plenty of  time to choose the  administrative options  most convenient for you.  ��� You'll know how to  take advantage of tax  rebates on the Federal  Sales Tax.  ��� You can get help to  adapt your accounting  system and prepare  your staff for the change.  ��� As well as getting information and help in person  or by phone, you can  reach a GST question and  answer data base via PC.  Call: 1800267*4500  Revenue Canada is  ready to help you under-  stand and prepare for the  proposed GST.  Canada's GST. It's good business to prepare now.  ������I  (WvenutCemeKia  CueaomeendEiceM  RevenueCetede  OojarmmtkoO���  Canada 24.  Coast News, May 28,1990  The usual prize of $5 will be awarded the first correct entry drawn  which locates the above. Send your entries to reach the Coast  News, Box 460, Gibsons by Saturday of this week. Last week's  winner was K. Duff of Sechelt who correctly identified the arena  sign at the corner of Anchor and Trail Avenue in Sechelt.  Ruby Lake fire  raiees fire  protection lesue  by Bruce Hillhouse  Twenty-five people attended  a May 21 meeting at Ruby Lake  Resort to discuss fire protection  in the area. The meeting was  prompted by a small forest fire  on May 10 start<ed by campers  on the southern border of the  Ambrose Lake- Ecological  Reserve.  Although the fire was controlled and extinguished quickly  by residents, concerns have  been raised about future protection of homes and forests.  Discussion al the meeting included the idea of acquiring a  power boat which could be permanently stationed on Ruby  Lake for emergency response to  provide upland residents of  Ruby Lake with fire protection  and establishment of a fire protection area encompassing Egmont, Earls Cove, Ruby Lake  and North Lake.  Area A Director Gordon  Wilson raised the possibility of  an emergency response boat be  ing placed on the lake by the  provincial government, available for the other lakes in the  area, to transport people and  equipment to fires, and to  remove accident victims from  the lakes.  If a provincially-sponsored  vehicle cannot be acquired,  local residents will seek donations to buy a power boat which  could carry three people,  pumps, and other fire fighting  equipment.  Gordon Wilson will supply  petition forms to determine Ihe  amount of support for a volunteer fire department in the area.  The Egmont-Ruby Lake area is  outside the jurisdiction of any  fire protection district.  Other topics discussed were  the possibility of restricted  parking on Hallowell Road to  prevent congestion and enforcement of SCRD Noise 'jontrol  Bylaw 294 to prevent the running of open-exhaust vehicles on  the lake.  BCAA toll-free  number available  BC\A members in Gibsons  will have access to 24-hour  Emergency Road Service (ERS)  through a new toll-free number.  "This toll-free number not  only provides easier access to  BCAA, it also helps us to promote consistent, quality service  over a wide area of the province," said Colin Mackie,  BCAA's manager of emergency  road service communications.  BCAA's Lower Mainland  fleet has been operating on a  digital dispatch system since  1988. This system is very efficient and has increased the ability to respond to members' calls.  "It is now time to expand the  digital communications network to include other areas of  the province," said Mackie.  "We see this expansion, and the  intallation of the 1-800 number,  as an important enhancement of  the service we provide to members."  Effective June 1, 1990  members requiring ERS in Gibsons will simply dial  1-800-663-2222.  Each time a member calls this  number for ERS, ihey will be  speaking directly to BCe\A. The  call will then be dispatched to  the nearest contractor and  BCAA will monitor the call to  ensure members have received  the appropriate service.  BG\A is one of the first auto  clubs in Canada to provide a  toll-free number for emergency  road service. The number will  eventually be accessible from  anywhere in the province. In  June BCAA begins the first  phase of service, and potentially  in 1991 will be ready to offer  I -800 service on a province-wide  basis.  Effective June I if you require emergency road service in  Gibsons the number to call is  1-800*53-2222.  Police  news  During the past week Sechelt  RCMP have been called to three  break-ins in town. Trail Bay  Sports, Capilano College, and  Community Services were all  victims. Sechelt RCMP are investigating these incidents and  would welcome any assistance  from the public.  Co**  0��i>  QOlAt  *  To the  Trail Bay Center  Mall  May 28/90  Join the fun  and experience  the concept of   Choose a portrait of you or your loved ones  Printed And Ready In Minutes  Gerald Labbe  ���Maple Ridge  467-0196  French dispute  goes to court  by Rose Nicholson  The 42 members of the Sunshine Coast Parents for French  have taken their fight for  French Immersion to the  Supreme Court.  According to a document circulated at the May 22 School  Board meeting, the petitioners  have applied to the court for an  "order quashing the decision of  the Respondent Board of  School Trustees of School  District 46 (Sunshine Coast)  made February 13, 1990 to  eliminate the Early French Immersion Program in the School  District and to replace it with a  Middle Immersion program  commencing in 1993."  Also being sought are costs  and "such further relief as  counsel may advise."  The document goes on to  state that the grounds for the  application are that the .Board  "took into account irrelevant  considerations, failed to take into account relevant considerations, and otherwise acted in  bad faith and in an arbitrary  and discriminatory manner in  making the impugned decision,  and thereby erred in law and exceeded its jurisdiction."  Further grounds cited in the  document were that the Board  "tailetd to comply with the  Ministry of Education's policy  concerning the introduction of  changes to French Immersion  programs;...failed to comply  with its own policy concerning  the development of new  policies;...failed to engage in a  consultative process, as had  been promised, before making  the impugned decision;...failed  to comply with the rules of  natural justice and the doctrine  of procedural fairness;...and exceeded its jurisdiction by not  taking a vote of the Trustees at  the   February   13.    1990  meeting."  At the May 22 School Board  meeting several membetrs of the  Parents for French attempted to  open further discusion on the  issue, but Chairman Carol  Adams ruled against it on the  grounds that "the matter was  before the court".  Locale get  grante  by Rose Nicholson  Three students and a teacher  from the Sunshine Coast have  been awarded grants under the  BC Pacific Rim Education Initiatives program. Elphinstone  teacher Robin Hethey, Pacific  Rim coordinator for School  District 46, announced that  Mary Kay Dickenson, teacher at  Cedar Grove Elementary  School, will be touring  Malaysia, Borneo and  Singapore for three weeks,  where she will be making an in-  depth study of a school in  Jayapura.  Leanne Ross of Pender Harbour Secondary School,  Katherine Denham of Chatelech  Secondary and Christy Stooch-  noff of Elphinstone Secondary  will be spending six weeks in  Japan along with 40 other  students from the Lower  Mainland as part of the  UTREK program.  "I'm particularly delighted  about Leanne Ross," said  District Superintendent Clifford  Smith at the May 22 school  board meeting. "She was the  runner up in the previous  awards for students to study in  Japan for one year. I'm very  glad to see she will be going on  this trip."  *��*����&  On The  Hottest  Chain Saw  Deal Going!  The Stihl  028  Wood Boss  For a limited time only, the Stihl 028 Wood Boss  is yours lor $80.00 oil! The Wood Boss is loaded  with teatures ttat males it perfect lor professional,  larm or firewood cutting (MM:  a Lifetime warranty on etwlronlc iQnNoil  ��� <>ilcli flop IrvKtIachelneVetiettx greet*  a Antt-Vlbretleon eyaum Incieaw user  ��� 18" ber end chain  ��� 47ec engine  Make a deal with the Boss, the 028 Wood Bom  Available at participating lull service Stihl dealers  while quantities last! See us before May 31,1990.  KELLY'S LAWNMOWER * CHAINSAW  731 North Rd., Gibsons 886-2912  COAST TOOL A POWER  Next to AC Buiding Supplies, Madeira Park 883-9114  AL'S POWER PLUS SERVICE  5542 Inlet, Sechelt 885-4616  STIHI1  ON  DISPLAY  One Semi-Trcpiler  Load of  Contractors'  Specials  CONTRACTOR PRICING  OPEN TO THE PUBLIC 1  886*7112  709 Hwy. 101, Qlbsons  ������

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