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Array HNSIDEi  ED  w   LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY  Pariiament Buildings  Victoria, B.C. V8V 1X4  LEISURE pigiU  SPORTS pigs 16  CLASSIFIEDS page 18  ��1. |  ^-| THE SUNSHINE-  Coast  50c per copy on news stands  EAT LOCAL  I Overlooking the Harbour  I Gibsons, B.C.   *3G-2268  SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST SINCE 1945  Hugh Oaks of the Vancouver Gime Farm received more than his share of affectionate nibbles from  EJ,��two and a half month old Bactrian Camel, at the Gibsons and District 2nd Annual Trade Show.  Joel Johnslone pholo  Coast businesses strut  stuff at Trade Show  The Second Annual Gibsons  Trade Show, sponsored by the  Chamber of Commerce, was al  the Gibsons Curling Rink this  past weekend to display wares  of local merchants.  "The trade show started last  year when Dick Thomas, the  President of the Gibsons  Chamber of Commerce, said he  wanted to see one in Gibsons to  promote local business," coordinator Art Giesbrecht told  the Coast News.  Giesbrecht said the show was  bigger than the successful venture of last year. "An extra day  was added for this year's  event," he said, "and five  businesses had to set up booths  outside. I was hoping to rent a  tent to cover the parking lot,  making the show twice as large  as last year, but that will have to  wait for next year."  This year there were 53 participating businesses, ranging  from the Gibsons Yacht Club,  to housesitting services to all the  local banks. "At least 98 per  cent of the businesses are from  the Coast," said Giesbrecht,  "there might be one from Vancouver, if that."  Giesbrecht says, because of  the success of the last two years,  he expects the show lo continue  annually to become a regular  feature of Gibsons in the spring.  "It's a matter of getting people excited and motivated," he  explained, "this show is a suc  cess because the people involved  say 'yes', rather than 'No, it  can't be done.' "  Some of the organizational  help for the show came from  non-profit groups. Elphinstone  students provided the night  security and, in return, will have  a portion of the show's proceeds to toward financing this  year's dry grad. The women  from the Miss Gibsons pageant  ran an information booth and  will have their cause furthered  monetarily, and soon.  There were two fashion  shows this year, an ugly tie contest, and a visit from "E.J.", a  baby camel from the Vancouver  Game Farm.  Sunnycrest owner charges  development "loophole"  Boultbee Realty has written  to the Ministry of Municipal  Affairs stating their objections  to the manner in which Marcorp Development's application  for boundary expansion is being  m handled by the Town of Gibsons. In a letter dated April 18,  President Frank May wrote,  "We are concerned about the  procedure by which Ihis petition  is made, and the precedent il  may set if granted."  May maintains that council is  using a loop hole in the  Municipal Act. "What council  appears to intend to do is go  directly to the building permit  stage without going through a  zoning process. The effect of  this will be to enable council  and the developer to proceed to  develop this property without  having the land zoned. An important regulatory process,  namely the alerting of affected  residents of the area of the fact  that land will be zoned and  allowed those affected an opportunity to make representations before council, will not be  done in this case."  The property in question is  currently under the jurisdiction  of the Sunshine Coast Regional  District (SCRD). Marcorp is in  the process of building a shopping centre and has asked to have  the site incorporated into the  Town of Gibsons' boundaries,  in order to connect to the sewer  system.  The company has obtained  the necessary permits to proceed  with construction under the  SCRD's jurisdiction. By the  time the application, for the requested boundary expansion,  has been approved by the  Ministry of Municipal Affairs,  the new shopping centre will be  well underway.  Boultbee owns the Sunnycrest Mall in Gibsons and has  made representation to Gibsons  Council pointing out that by accomodating Marcorp's hook-up  to the sewer system, the new  mall will be much larger than if  it had to construct a septic field  on the properly.  Gibsons Council, unable to  hold a public hearing while the  Marcorp property lies outside  the municipal boundaries, has  announced that a public  meeting will be held to get input  from the public.  Seventh 'Recognition Tea'  draws over 200  Over 230 people gathered at  the Indian Band to be honoured  at the Seventh Annual  Volunteer Recognition Tea  sponsored by the Volunteer Action Centre. Afternoon Tea and  the presentation of Certificates  of Recognition were accompanied by musical offerings  from the Sechelt Elementary  School Choir, and Ken  Dalgleish and Judy Begin.  Several special awards were  presented during the afternoon:  Hilary Estergaard was thanked  by the Sunshine Coast Community Services Society for her  work on several committees.  Charles Pratt received a resoun  ding Happy Birthday and a pin  from the Sechelt Food Bank.  Nancy MacLarty received a  mug for her contributions as  president of the Handicapped  Association. Herb Carson was  recognized for his work at the  Achievement Centre as a computer assistant. The Volunteer  Centre gave special acknowledgement to Anne Moore's  work and Francis and Elizabeth  Konopasek received a special  award for their work in the  community. Students from the  Chatelech Environmental Action Group were commended  for their work on the Earth Day  celebrations.  April 29,1991       Volume 45       Issue 18  i7  Madeira Park  Elementary  School issue  heats up  by Jan Michael Sherman  Plans 10 build a K-12  (kindergarten to Grade 12)  educational facility at the  Pender Harbour Secondary  School (PHSS) Kleindale site,  as recommended by Madeira  Park's Future Facilities Committee (FFC), were slowed, if  not set back, as a result of a  community meeting held last  Wednesday evening in Madeira  Park.  Some 80 persons, primarily  parents of school age children,  heard Madeira Park Elementary  School (MPES) principal June  Maynard sum up her facility's  situation.  "It's an old school, built in  1948, with no showers, changing rooms, or wheelchair access.  If we renovate (an option rejected by the FFC), we'd have  to displace the children for a full  year." Later, in response to a  j question from the floor, it was  ''agreed that renovations could  proceed in stages, allowing the  school lo remain open.  "We are still giving qualily  education to our children",  Maynard claimed, and noted  her support for the "the concept of a K-12 facility."  District School Superintendent Clifford Smith stated "I'm  not here to sell you on one option over another, but my personal bias is to recommend an  amalgamated facility."  Smith did allude to the fact  that there was opposition lo this  approach, although it was not  clear whether the Superintendent had reckoned on the depth  and breadth of the doubts and  concerns expressed by some of  those in attendance.  Often in passionate tones,  various members of the audience voiced concerns aboul  the welfare of children should  the K-12 plan be adopted.  "What chance will younger kids  have when it comes to negative  modeling by the older kids?",  one man asked.  Another man suggested that  "13 years in the same building  might not be a good idea....  there's a certain excitement for  kids in changing schools after  elementaly school."  A third man felt it dangerous  and inappropriate to relocate  young children to a school "on  a highway...:: place with no  community, no feelings."  Someone observed that a  K-12, one-site plan would  "speed up their (elementary  students) development quite a  bit," but, at one point, FFC  member and PHSS Principal  David Witt pointed out that the  older students will "rise to the  occasion" by accepting "new  responsibilities" and interacting  successfully with the younger  ones.  "There will be two schools  close together", stressed FCC  member Gwen Struthers. "The  students would be sharing certain facilities and experiences.  (As for MPES), its logo and  colours, its identity...will still  exist."  Although all nine members  are in solid support of their own  K-12 recommendation, and  have the endorsement of the  staffs of both schools involved,  they must obtain community  approval of the plans. It was  hoped that this could be accomplished Wednesday night,  thus enabling the committee to  gain access to Ministry planning  funds, but the feedback from  ihe floor prompted the committee to call for another meeting  on May 8 (7:30 pm at Madeira  Park Elementary), giving them  time to consider what they'd  heard last Wednesday.  At one point they heard  SCRD Director, Gordon  Wilson, suggest they were being  ripped-off.  "What the Pender Harbour  area needs is...a new elementary  school. It seems we're being offered money enough to renovate  or expand the high school in line  with the K-12 plan. It's a rip-off  in the sense thai other communities have built new clemen-  tary schools and we're told we  can't."  Earlier, School Board Chair  man Maureen Clayton had in  formed the crowd "There is no  option for having a new elementary school. It's either extension  and renovation (of the existing  facility) or the K-12, one-site  plan. There are no alternatives  at this point."  Board Secretary-Treasurer,  Tim Anderson, flatly rejected  Wilson's suggestion thai  amalgamation would put  Madeira Park in a "fiscal  trap," that it would give the  "minions in Victoria" the opportunity to fund one school instead of two. Anderson stated  that the monies from the  ministry are appropriated  "strictly on the basis of enrollment", not the number of  schools.  Asked whether students had  been polled to elicit their feelings about the proposed  changes, Gwen Struthers replied  "Nothing formal. I have had  casual discussions with  students. It appears lo be a difficult concept for (the high  schoolers) to grasp, but the  elementary students are very  positive about the possible  move."  Just prior to adjournment, a  motion was put forward from  the floor to ask the provincial  government to fund a new  elementary school, and the motion carried handily. At least  two people in the hall were  overheard speculating as to  whether this vole might not be  an indicator of how things  would go at the May 8 meeting,  should a motion seeking support of the Future Facilities  Committee's K-12 plan recommendation come to the floor.  Fin destroyed ill the contents and substantially damaged Ike unique gift shop Country Cottage,  April 21. The Gibsons Volunteer Fire Department responded with three trucks "jest after" 4 am.  The cause of the fire b still under Investigation.  My W*M photo  m  IgMaammmM  ��� - �����>.*-' -sew....  |    ���    ���   ���   ���..���;-,Wi.k-.w >,.-,.��� ���   ������������;, ....,���'*���    ���__ -: ^.,    ���. Coast News, April 29,1991  Growth key goal  of Round Table  by Stuart Burnside  BC's Round Table on the Environment and the Economy  has come and gone from the  Sunshine Coast, and, while a  dozen or so people made  presentations at the function,  the turnout was less than expected.  In two days of discussion at  the Sechelt Indian Band Hall,  April 22 and 23, there were  never more than 25 people occupying the approximately 200  seats available. However, the  topics discussed were weighty  and varied, and if acted upon,  could have long term and far  reaching implications for the  future of the Sunshine Coast  and the province.  The ultimate goal of the  Round Table is, simply put, lo  discover ways to achieve "sustainable growth and development for British Columbia".  This is to be achieved through  discussion between governments, citizens, environmental  groups, business, industry...  "all those who wish to find a  better way for British Columbia."  "Wc are looking al  issues...lhat people find pressing in Iheir areas," said Round  Table member Paul West.  "Then will come the monumen  tal task of extracting Ihe essence  of everyone's views and summing it up in a draft strategy."  Given the scope of Ihe concerns expressed, the task may be  monumental. On the first evening of discussion Carol Rubin  spoke on behalf of the Sunshine  Coast Environmental Protection Program (SCEPP). "There  has to be public participation,  with intervenor funding, in  committees and tribunals dealing with environmental assessment at both the provincial and  municipal levels," she said.  Chris Ortner, area forester  for IFP, Jackson Division,  spoke in favour of a Cabinet  level committee designed lo  make decisions on provincial  land use.  SCRD Director Jim Gurney  gave a presentation directing  Round Tabic members' attention toward the regional water  supply.  Presentations made the next  day covered an equally varied  content range. Iris Griffith of  the Egmont based Sunshine  Coast Peace Group (SCPG),  spoke to the Round Tabic about  US Naval activity off Ihe Sunshine Coast, particularly activities which involve the use of  nuclear powered and armed  vessels.  Following Griffith's presen  tation, SCRD Director Jeremy  Frith spoke on three issues, starting with the question "should  we clear cut or selectively log?"  Serving as an unplanned  rebuttle to a portion of Frith's  remarks, Murray Cantelon  from the IWA and Barry  Mountain of the Ministry of  Forests were the next to speak.  Cantelon was opposed to any  form of selective logging. "It's  just not safe," he said, "If we  could develop methods that are  as safe as clear cutting I would  be in favour, but not until  then...The bottom line is  human safety, we can't sacrifice  that."  Following Cantelon and  Mountain, there were no formal  presentations, however, SCRD  Chairman Peggy Connor addressed Ihe Round Table with  her displeasure at the idea of exporting Sunshine Coast waler to  the United States.  "If there isn't a resolution  against sending water to the US  we (SCRD) will make one," she  asserted. She said the continuing quality and quantity of the  Coast's waler was the "number  one priority" with the SCRD.  Connor also expressed concerns about the "inadequate"  support from the provincial  government in policing coastal  waters  Snags delay fast ferry  by Rose Nicholson  According to Dr. Stuart Vinnels, the new 'Fast Cat' ferry  service will offer Sunshine  Coast passengers transfer  privileges on the BC Transit  system of the Lower Mainland.  But Regional Director Gordon  Wilson says this may nol yd be  the case.  Vinnels, who gave a presentation to the Transportation  Committee of the Regional  District last Thursday afternoon, implied that the arrangement with BC Transit was in  place.  But at the Thursday evening  regular meeting of the Regional  District, Wilson reported that  late afternoon phone calls to BC  Transit had disclosed that there  was, as yet, no firm agreement  on the transfer arrangements.  Vinnels also told directors  that he expected the new ferries  will be slopping at Bowen  Island as well as making runs to  Nanaimo and Victoria. "We  need that Bowen stop," he said,  but admitted that arrangements  for a landing area on the island  were not complete.  Doug Simpkinson of the  Transportation Committee on  Bowen was on hand at the afternoon meeting to question Vinnels on his plans for the island.  "Bowen's major concern," he  said, "is that there's absolutely  no parking at Snug Cove."  Vinnels showed a short video  of the high-speed yacht-like  catamaran ferries that are widely used in Norway. Manufactured by a Norwegian firm, the  vessels have a peak capacity of  350 passengers, and a top speed  of 40 knots. The trip lo  downtown Vancouver is expected to take a little less lhan  an hour, and Vinnels said lhat a  one way fare, with transfer  privileges, will be approximately  $7.60. Although the target date  for the first trip is June I, Vinnels admitted there could be  some delays.  "What would happen if you  couldn't   gel   Hyak?"   asked  Regional   Dislricl   Chairman  Peggy Connor.  "Wc wouldn't be coming,"  replied Vinnels. "A great deal  of it is on spec. Wc have well  over a million dollars (invested  now)."  Wilson expressed a concern  that a wholesale promotion of  the Sunshine Coast would put a  burden on existing facilities and  services, but Vinnels assured  him that the primary intent was  "to serve the existing population."  Dr. Sluart Vinnels was on hand at a Regional District Transportation Committee meeting to bring directors up to date on his latest  plans for a fast passenger-only ferry to Gibsons. See story.  Rose Nicholson pholo  Coast shares in  $1.4 million program  The Sunshine Coast will have  a share in a J l .4 billion five year  forest renewal program which  will place new emphasis on second growth management.  The program will add an additional $500 million to the  amount already committed to  reforestation funding and includes $100 million allocated by  the provincial government to  the Federal Provincial Forest  Agreement.  The objective of the program  is to ensure effective reforestation of areas currently being  logged and to eliminate unsatisfactorily reforested lands by  the year 2000. Goals are to increase the growth rate, quality  and value of second growth  with a silviculture research program, and an improvement of  the content and accuracy of the  forest resources inventory.  Forestry officials of the Sunshine Coast Forest District  stress that successful implementation of the Forest Renewal  Program is dependent on the  allocation of additional district  staff and funding.  A major goal for the district  is the elimination of 5138 hectares of unsatisfactorily restocked forest land.  Sechelt  Alderman  Joyce  Kolibas was  one of many  local politicians who attended the  Round Table  discussions  last week in  Sechelt. See  story.  Rose Nicholson  photo  Dam builders admit  Elaho Hydro project  feasibility uncertain  by Rose Nicholson  If a plan currently being investigated to dam the Elaho  River in the Squamish Valley  goes ahead, it coma nave a  "major impact", not only in  the Squamish area, but also on  the Sunshine Coast.  Paul St. Pierre, environmental consultant and project  manager for Fairmile Construction, gave a presentation to  Regional District directors at  last week's Planning Committee  meeting.  The plan, first conceived in  the 40's and reviewed intermittently in following years, calls  for a hydroelectric dam on the  Elaho River, the main tributary  of the Squamish River, creating  a 10 square mile reservoir. Most  of the water would be diverted  through a tunnel under the  mountains to either Deserted  Bay or Princess Lousia Reach in  Jervis Inlet.  St. Pierre told directors that  the area was chosen because it  was close to the main source of  demand, the Lower Mainland,  and to the existing transmission  lines and substations. A  generating plant in Jervis Inlet  would yield roughly twice the  power of one in the Squamish  Valley, yet the impact of con-  struciton would be the same.  "Obviously any proposal of  this size," said St. Pierre, "has  a multitude of impacts in its  region...The main one is the effect on the Squamish River  system of the removal of the  water and the effect that will  have on the rearing of salmon.  "There are many other impacts as well,���the loss of forest  land, the interests of the two  native bands, wildlife impacts  and heritage concerns.  "At this point, it is not  known if the project can be successfully designed."  St. Pierre explained that Fair-  mile became interested in the  project when a recent change in  BC Hydro policy authorized the  use of private contractors for  construction projects by  creating 'Independent Power  Producers' as providers of  energy to Hydro.  As an environmental consultant and project manager, St.  Pierre said that his role is "to  design as good a project as can  be designed. Then, of course, it  would be subject lo review by  Victoria and Ottawa as to  whether it would be desirable."  It is expected that much of  the financing of the plan will depend on sale of power to the  US, and this will pay for the  project in 20 to 30 years, after  which the power would be  available to BC customers. At  present, BC Hydro has sufficient  power to supply BC's  needs for approximately 50  years.  "Our studies are just beginning," said St. Pierre. "So far,  we haven't done any field work  or formal studies, but we are at  the point now of commissioning  those studies.  "Our purpose here (at the  Regional District) is not to give  any answers on what the impacts will be. We can't give any  numbers, because we don't  know.  "...What I hope we can  do...is to open channels of information so that all of the concerns...can be funneled to us so  that we can address them as  soon as possible...not only with  the Planning Committee, but  also with the public."  South Thormanby mystery  A woman's body found on South Thormanby Island April  13 remains unidentified, according to Sechelt RCMP Corporal Tom Armet.  "The woman was 20 to 35 years old, five foot two inches  tall, and weighed approximately 120 pounds," Armet told the  Coast News. He said she had been wearing brown cotton  pants and a cotton weave sweater.  An autopsy of the body Indicates the woman died under  "suspicious circumstances" and has been dead for three lo six  months. Sechelt RCMP are asking for help in identifying the  remains and can be reached al 885-2266.  Grappling with break-ins  In response to numerous expressions of concern from the  business communily In connection wilh the recent rash of  break-ins and vandalism, the Sechelt Chamber of Commerce  has taken the initiative and arranged a "Town Hall  Meeting". The meeting will take place on Thursday, May 9,-  1991 at Rockwood Centre at 6 pm.  President Al Driscoll announced lhal members of council  and a representative from Ihe RCMP have been invited to attend the meeting, and that all members of the community are  welcome lo come and express their ideas and suggestions in  an effort to find a solution to Ihis serious security problem.  Inquiry into Fisheries  licence policy slated  by Cathrine Fuller  Industry and union leaders  have joined forces to sponsor a  public inquiry into the Department of Fisheries and Ocean's  (DFO) licencing policy. Donald  Cruikshank, inquiry commissioner will be at the Legion in  Pender Harbour on May 2 and  the Legion in Gibsons on May  3.  Cruikshank has worked in  the fishing industry since 1954,  eventually buying a number of  fish canneries. He retired from  Seafood Products in 1988 and  two years later was appointed to  the Pacific Area Regional  Council, a senior advisory body  to the DFO on West Coast  Fisheries.  Cruikshank calls himself  "fiercely independent". In an  interview published in West-  coast Fisherman he voiced his  hopes for this inquiry.  "I'm not looking for endless  criticism of current policies," he  said. "I'm looking for realistic  recommendations, ideas thai  lurn on the light to a new approach to the future of the industry."  DONALD  CRUIKSHANK  The intent of the commission  is to make recommendations to  the federal government for  changes in the licencing policy.  IN A NUTSHELL  S. Nutter  Probably not too many people are going to know Winston  Churchill's brother's name. A  whole lot more, like 99 per cent,  are going to feel that this is not  a vital statistic. A number  nowadays, one regrets to think,  are not going to know who  Winston Churchill was.  Well, Winston Churchill did  have a brother and his name  was Jack. No one il seems ever  really knew much about Jack.  He was, however, not a black  sheep; did not go off to  Australia or the Bahamas or  wherever; was not hidden away  in the country in the manner of  some English kith and kin, and  lived in fact a normal sort of a  life in London.  Not I guess what you'd call  normal altogether. Winston,  throughout his tenure as PM  during the war, made a practice  of having Jack at his dinner parties���dinners at which the top  people would meet and discuss  freely the top stuff.  Jack it seems was simply undistinguished. John Kennedy's  brother, for example, could be  vaulted into one of the top  cabinet posts in the land, and no  fuss from the press, but not apparently Jack. There he was,  there all the time but you  couldn't make him a this or  that. Beaming away at all these  On  being  unborable  dinners but without any kind of  office.  Finally someone, pretty  carefully I would think, asked  Churchill about Jack. Asked  him pretty well point blank I  gather, what about this Jack  who sits around in all our confabs but doesn't do anything.  "Oh," said Churchill, "Jack is  unborable."  What a talent! To be unborable while all around people  are boring other people almost  to extinction. To sit there, relaxed and cheery, while the archdeacon details his plan for a  new division of the parishes or  sociologist goes on about the  psychology of education, or the  bureaucrat explains the ins and  outs of yet another bureaucrat  or the writer outlines a new play  about the drug trade...  To the most of us this sort of  thing can be an almost nail-  pulling experience, but not to  Jack. Jack just rose above it. Or  maybe he just settled beneath it.  Maybe he was just happily there  in an impregnable place, unconcerned with the droniness of  drones, interested in anything  that went on in his world.  The Oxford English Dictionary understandably has  some difficulty defining the  word bore (boring, boredom).  What is it after all? Some sort  of an overpowering yawn. A  situation in which the normal  faculties become gradually  fossilized? Something to do  with hypnotism?  Bore, the OED says, is the  malady of ennui (which is the  french word for bore). This  doesn't get us on much. With  the verb though they get a bit into it. To bore is to weary by  tedious conversation or by  failure to interest.  The question of course is not  without present concern. All up  and down the entire continent,  the UK, Europe and the USSR,  the problems of the young, and  the young with drugs in particular, are being put down to  boredom. Boredom, can you  imagine? Boredom? with what  we've got 'and what we've got  going on?  I don't think I ever in my life  took the seven deadly sins really  seriously. That is I never  thought that if I partook of one  or the other it would put a dint  in my immortal soul forever.  But I did, at an early age, get  the idea that to be bored was a  sin.  You had just the one life, and  you were going to be bored? It  was a sin it seemed to me, a sin  against the holy ghost if you  like. This has not made it in the  hierarchy, but I would say it is  the principle sin in our times.  Jack Churchill, where are you  when we need you in this hour? Coast News, April 29,1991  Only the foolhardy  gain any wisdom #2  FROM THE HIP  J.M. Sherman  The half-formed idea of hit-  vching a ride to those sacred environs of the evolved and  enlightened San Francisco  dissipated like mist in a blast  furnace. It wasn't that I was  afraid to thumb, I half-convinced myself, it was simply a  matter of expediency. Jack and  Neal and Allen, Gregory,  Lawrence and the rest of the  beatitude brigade needed  me���needed "Hebrew Huck",  suburban Bodhisattva���as  much as I needed them. After  all, I'd dug their writings and  somehow sensed that they'd  benefit from my feedback.  The possibility that loneliness  might be fueling my further  flight in some manner never occurred to me. My Id was in  charge and, for once, like the  champion 1 knew it could be,  Kid Id was playing in spite of  and through the fears.  I mounted the steps of the  bus feeling like a conquering  hero on a roll which was destined to be elected to the Mythological Hall of Fame. I had  slain the dragon of my past, and  God help any monster which  got in the way of my present,  for certainly it would have no  future. "Hebrew Huck" was  headed for Frisco and a rendezvous with a set of seminal influences let out of the cosmic  trick bag by none other than  guru-in-disguise, Ray Davies.  Making my way to North  Beach upon' arriving in San  Francisco, I sought out the City  Lights Bookstore, owned by  none other than the Godfather  of the Beat movement, Lawrence Ferlinghelti. As for  Kerouac and the others, the  tribe of headlighting headtrip-  pers I'd imaged would be found  sunning themselves and quaffing double espressos (black, just  rind of lemon), there was not a  trace. After failing to interest  me in a Sanskrit translation of  Ginsberg's "Howl", a clerk in  City Lights allowed as how  Kerouac and the boys were all  out on lecture tours or fighting  with their creditors. As if  recognizing something of them  in me (it might have been the  bongos), he lowered his voice to  floor level and said he'd heard  from someone who should  know that Neal Cassady was  over in Morocco having a body  cast made out of Nepalese Temple Bowl hash.  My hero's lance blunted, if  not broken, my holy quest  demanded to be either abandoned or refinanced, I spent a  couple of desultory days attempting to find work in San  Francisco, loneliness gaining  ground with every unpleasant  new reality. The kind of work  available to a finicky fourteen  year old suburbanite, given the  child labour laws of the day,  made me long for my allowance  and the life I left behind with it.  I pawned my Bar Mitzvah  watch,  becoming  even more  benumbed and paralyzed with  dread and self-doubt. In  desperation, I scouted out a  synagogue. Reform, Conservative, or Orthodox���"Hebrew  Huck" weren't makin' no  hairline religious distinctions at  this point.  Huck just wanted someone���anyone���to take care of  him again. Nothin' fancy. Just  food, shelter, clothing,  understanding, adoration, a  part-time job (nothin' dirty or  strenuous, min you), and a  more soul-satisfying brand of  unconditional love than what ol  Huck turned his back on in  Hamilton.  As Growski thanks his Ambassador of Loneliness, I see  Jan Michael "Hebrew Huck"  poised tentatively on the gently-  terraced steps of a house of  worship in San Francisco  chosen no doubt at random  from the phone book. Squinting  into a high sun, some mealy-  mouthed temple official informs me that I'd have to apply  through their Social Services  program should I desire any  personal assistance.  That's when I feel as alone  and lonely as Gzowski's guest  sounded. I watch the temple  flunky retreat and stand there  miserable for the longest time  before finding the nearest pay  phone. I can taste my self-  contempt even before 1 drop in  the coin and call los parentes.  Collect.  My mother wants me to fly  home on the next plane. My  father, never as forgiving and  with a lesson to impart, wires  me exactly enough money for a  bus ticket.  Back in Hamilton, I discover  that Ray Davies is attending a  book fair in San Francisco.  (Wail til he finds out what his  snot-nosed disciple's been up  to).  "April Showers Bring May Flowers"  May 3rd - May 18th  You are invited -  To a Flower Show of Art Work!  A group show featuring seven artists  ��� Elizabeth McLaren ��� Patricia Logie  ��� Elaine Mackee ��� Judy Jordison  ��� Sue Tarnofl ��� Linda Molloy  ��� Maureen Wright  Join us and meet the artists at an evening reception  ... Friday May 3   ���   7:30 ��� 10:30 p.m.  5695 Cowrie Street, Sechelt 885-7606  .Annual Plant  & Book Sale  Gibsons United Church Hall  Glassford Road, Gibsons  Sponsored by  United Church Women  Saturday, May 4th  10 AM "Til Noon  REFRESHMENTS AVAILABLE  Aquacultural research  nets $50,000 award  PAY NO G.S.T.!  a^ajSL^r-^H  TRAIL BAY  SPORTS  Innovative Aquaculture Ltd.  of Lasqueti Island and Redonda  Sea Farms Ltd. of Squirrel  Cove have been awarded  $30,000 from the province's  Technology BC program to  continue a major research project in aquaculture. The results  of the competition for funds  were announced recently by Advanced Education, Training and  Technology Minister Bruce  Strachan.  Under the direction of Gordon Jones, the two firms are investigating various aspects of  Manilla clam broodstock, including larval development.  They will develop appropriate  nursery technology and prepare  a manual that can be used  elsewhere for clam seed production. The current value of the  manilla clam industry in BC is  estimated at $4.5 million annually, including 2000 part-time  jobs for clam harvesters.  "The purpose of these  awards," Strachan noted, "is to  encourage and support innovative science and technology  projects, particularly those aimed at improving our economic  development and.. diversification. Such research and  development contributes directly to the province's economic  well-being."  Winners were selected from  175 applications from across the  province after a competition  that closed November 1, 1990.  Proposals were examined by the  volunteer peer review committees of the Science Council of  British Columbia on the basis of  four criteria: scientific and  technical merit, economic  potential, capabilities and  resources and overall project  plan and budget.  MOTHER'S DAY  SALE  25% OFF  All Kltchan And  Bathroom Accessorise  Till May 11  Brighten up her kitchen or bathroom with  a special gift from our showroom.  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Ii C VON IVO  ���                       Tcl88(��812l  Before Spring Tune Up ��� Qet A  Performance Test Scope Read Out  Fuel Filter Extra  on E.F.I. Vehicles  LIFETIME  SERVICE  GUARANTEE  6 cyl. Aerostar Extra  V, Hour Labour  SOUTH COAST FORD  Wharf Rd.,  Sochelt   885-3281  Parts   885-7211  MDL 593(  Vancouver Toll Free 684-291  M  -������^'���'������- Coast News, April 29,1991  EDITORIAL ��� OPINION  Editorial Board: Jim Davidson, Publisher  Cathrine Fuller, Ed/for  Jan Michael Sherman, Edito,  Smoke and mirrors  A peculiar fashion has hit Canadian democracy, and it's  all the rage. Commissions, enquiries, and conferences are  quite chic this season from Ottawa to the BC coast.  As a traditionally apathetic public began to stir in irritation at continuing scandals at all levels of government, the  Meech Lake fiasco, the Oka disaster and political polarization within the borders, politicians scrambled to find a new  opiate with which to lull us back to sleep.  Perhaps they had a brain-storming session where some  brilliant up and coming bureaucrat saw the light. "I've got  it! Let's ask people what they think. That'll keep them  busy for a year or two!"  There are two questions that must be asked, however:  What is the cost of these high powered koffee klatches,  and can we really afford them? What exactly do they intend to do with all our complaints and opinions?  How ironic that a democratic institution has finally  decided to ask its citizens their opinions. Now they just  have to figure out what to do with them.  Perhaps we should have a Royal Commission to study  the issue.  Process due?  The ducks and geese in Gibsons Harbour are running  out of room. There is, of course, the marina; then there is  the projected boat building; now the fast ferry.  It's been a strange process, whatever it was, that arrived  at the decision to have ferries dock in the crowded harbour. Gibsons Council seems at least resigned to it.  But the process? Apparently the project was born from  the foreheads of the provincial government fully formed  and ready to roll. How the principals won the right to hold  the contract no one seems quite sure.  Since the Minister of Transport, then, is the squeaky  clean new Premier now, we must trust that there has been  no hanky-panky. Perhaps an explanation of the process,  even now, would reassure us.  My goodness, the world  never tires of throwing out  delicious ironies for those with  the taste for such fare.  Take Joe Clark, for instance.  Less than a decade ago even  most of the Conservatives in  this country would have said  with the rest of us: "Take Joe  Clark. Please."  Do you remember the Joe  Clark who was, ever so briefly,  the Prime Minister of Canada?  A strangely adolescent looking  middle-aged man without a  chin, with jowls which looked  like they had been grafted on in  imitation of John Diefenbaker,  and to cover the lack of a chin.  He was the butt of not only  the satirists and cartoonists and  the columnists, but even of the  straight news reporters, so-  called. Do you remember the  jokes about how Joe couldn't  travel around the world without  losing his luggage? Do you  remember the derisory appela-  tion 'Joe Who?'  Then there was that incredibly pompous voice speaking earnest and rotund  platitudes punctuated with the  unforgettable and nervous little  laugh which seemed as grafted  onto his personality as the jowls  which disguised his youthful-  ness.  This was the man dubbed,  after his 'community of communities' speech by Pierre Elliot  Trudeau as 'the headwaiter for  the Canadian provinces'.  Poor feckless Joe. Ass head of  a minority party and seeking to  give the impression of resolute  strength he so hoped to portray,  he was so unyielding in his ap-  Good luck,  Joe Who?  MUSINGS  John Burnside  proach to the nation's affairs  that he succeeded in uniting the  Social Credit, the NDP, and the  Liberals against him in his first  crucial confidence vote and lost  it.  Poor feckless Joe. He was  such a Mister Nice Guy that in  the trial of strength which  followed his electoral defeat, he  insisted he could not serve as  leader with less than two thirds  of his party's support, didn't get  it, and was successfully sandbagged and backstabbed by the  cynical and ambitious Brian  Mulroney.  Poor Joe, decent enough, but  he couldn't win for losing.  Well, all that's changed now  folks. Suddenly, we have a  greyer and a portlier Clark  who's been flying around the  world without losing his luggage  for the past seven years as  Canada's Minister of External  Affairs. The middle-aged kid  from High River, Alberta, has  grown into his jowls and  become the closest thing to star  material in a lack-lustre and  scandal torn Conservative  cabinet.  Suddenly, the cynical  Mulroney, a man with far more  chin lhan Clark and far less integrity, has summoned the man  upon whom he heaped contempt and masterminded  betrayal into the hot seat of  federal provincial affairs and  charged him, no less, with the  task of saving the country.  He is, apparently, just what  we need. A Westerner with an  understanding of the West's  grievances with confederation,  all the better for heading off the  surging Alberta-born Reform  Party. But a Westerner, also,  who has diligently struggled to  make himself bilingual and is  said to be respected in the province of Quebec.  Has there ever been a champion ride forth to the rescue in a  time of extreme crisis who has  done in by friend and foe alike.  It is a measure of the dilemma  that Mulroney has placed us in,  that the laughing stock of the  late 1970's, a leader against  whom he connived and plotted  he connived and plotted  endlessly, has now been summoned forth by Canada's  monument to total cynicism, to  . undo the damage that Mulroney  has done.  It is as if the envious Cassius  were to bend over the bleeding  corpse of Caesar and beg Julius  to forgive and forget and rise  up, staunch his wounds and  save the nation yet.  It is a measure of Clark's  growing stature as a Canadian  and commitment to this country  that he has put aside his publicly  delared happiness at External  Affairs and undertaken, at the  behest of his confounded  betrayer, the thankless and  daunting task of stitching back  into one whole piece the disintegrating fabric of this country.  He may not succeed, the  damage done by the cynical and  despised Mulroney may be too  great to allow repair. That he is  willing to try is noble, no less.  If he succeeds, ladies and  gentlemen, against all odds in  making a working coalition  once again of this country, we  will have a story to tell of a  duckling who became a swan  that will take second place to  none.  Good luck, Joe Who? It is a  relief to have an honest, caring  Canadian, universally trusted,  in charge of our last hope for  national unity.  LETTERS  ������ ���  :  .- ���  K'i  Victoria's  fault  Editor:  I wish to stress that despite  my recent comments about local  frustrations, we believe it is the  provincial government and not  our local school board that  responsible for disruption to  education both locally and provincially.  Through a calculated and  drastic cutback in funding, they  have directly attacked current  levels of service to our children,  as well as jeopardized the  realization of our goals for the  Year 2000 program.  They have deliberately and  cynically attacked public sector  workers (including nurses,  hospital workers, home support  workers, municipal employees,  firefighters and many others as  well as teachers and education  support workers) through Bill  82.  They have violated locally  negotiated contracts and stolen  authority from locally elected  school trustees.  Our board of school trustees  is taking actions available to  them to restore education funding and protect our agreement.  We are pleased to work together  with them for these ends.  We think the children of the  Sunshine Coast deserve at least  as good an education next year  as they are getting this year.  We appreciate the support we  have received from other  unions, parents, community  and trustees, and we hope that  reason and good will will prevail  to enable us all to work together  towards our common goals.  M. Joan Robb  President  Sunshine Coast  Teachers' Association  Ulterior  motives?  Editor:  In the April 22 issue of the  Coast News I read about  Boultbee Realty's presentation  concerning Marcorp Development's attempts to have the site  of the Gibsons Plaza brought in  to the town's boundaries. It is  not, in my opinion, the process  by which the property is being  incorporated into the town that  has Boultbee Realty raisi  issue, but the fact that theyjj  going to be subject to another  developer's competition.^       -,  Upon purchasing Sunnycrest  Mall, Boultbee Realty raised  rents and presented a lease lo  merchants that caused some to  close their businesses. The raise  in rents was to substantiate  repairs and advertising for the  mall. I like the advertising, but  what's the point of putting new  tile in the common share of the  mall when you can't even get in  the mall parking lot without a  4x4 due to the disrepair the lot is  in?  I hope the public takes the  opportunity to attend a public  meeting should it go ahead.  Perhaps people on the Coast  would shop locally if they knew  there was some competition.  Sherri Payne  Pet aid  applauded  Editor:  I would like to commend  your newspaper for donating  space to advertise animals for  adoption. A picture says more  than a lot of words and I'm sure  many good homes are found for  these homeless pets through  your ads.  Adrienne Gayton  Budget cuts  are deplored  Editor's note: A copy of the  following   was   received   for  publication.  Dear Mr. Couvelier  I am writing in protest of the  tremendous cut in the School  District #46 budget.  It would be difficult enough  to deal with a budget cut of  close to one million under ordinary circumstances, but it is  ' chaotic to deal with at a time  when School Districts are in the  process of developing and implementing the Year 2000 Program. Now that we are six years  into developing Year 2000, and  it is a positive step in the evolution of public education, we had  hoped and expected to receive  extra funding during the transition stage.  It is difficult to believe that  the government is committed to  this program when, instead of  extra funding, we are presented  with a budget cut. I urge you to  take another look at your  priority list and give education  the priority necessary to finish  the job of implementing the  Year 2000 Program.  CarolAnn Glover,  A concerned parent  Gibsons Bus  cheered on  Editor:  I want to tell you how much  we appreciate the wonderful  service that the Gibsons Bus  provides.  What a shame it would be to see  this excellent public service,  which is nol subsidized (rare in  this day) be unable to continue.  Nell Christy,  West Vancouver  THE COAST NEWS PHOTO CONTEST  More great photos arrived  this week, and we're pleased to  announce our winners for the  week of April 22 ��� 29. We also  wish to give special thinks to  the generous merchants who are  sponsoring prizes for our lucky  winners.  From top right, clockwise'  Pets A Animals, Winner.  LINDSAY FAWCETT. Gib  sons - Prize: Photo Album from  TRI-PHOTO. Scenic, Winner:  GLORIA FYLES, Hopkins  Landing - Prize: Sunday Brunch  at the CEDARS PUB. Other,  Winner: MICHELLE PEDER-  SON - Prize: 4 rolls of colour  print film from PHOTO  WORKS. Babies A Children,  Winner: ROBIN FOSTER,  Halfmoon Bay - Prize: Lunch  at the OMEGA RESTAURANT.  Last week's winners receive  the following prizes: GLORIA  FYLES,  photo  frame  from  SHOW PIECE FRAMES;  DETLEV STIEGLER, photo  album from TRI-PHOTO;  DONALD CHAMBERLIN,  Sunday Brunch at CEDARS  PUB: KEITH THINKELL,  lunch at the OMEGA  RESTAURANT.  All winners will receive an  8x10 colour enlargement of  their winning photo from E A E  PHOTOGRAPHY.  For details of the contest  rules and the entry form, please  turn to page 18.  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Shaman,  BUI Banting, George Cooper,  Janice Leighlon, Ruth  ForreMef, Lauralee Solll,  Dixie Percy, Margaret Watt.  Jacalyn Vincent, Joyce  Ottry, Marguerite, Harry  Turner, Mai* Benton, John  1  Vour community's  AWARD-WINNING  newspaper  Xi^l^XiS^  itM/anr- k   ���  _;' Coast News, April 29,1991  5.  Make this space  Work for You  885-3930       .   886-2E22  tBEORBE IN GIBSONS.  by George Cooper, 886-8520  Since there's always urgen,.  in an emergency, a demand for  a distinctive telephone number  that alerts the needed public service could become province-  wide if enough of us insist.  But how efficient is the present system in use here on the  Sunshine Coast? If there any  cause for fearing it too cumbersome? In a frantic moment a  caller may not find the  telephone book and the  numbers listed inside the cover.  In that case call 0 for the  operator and either wait for a  connection to the required service or, if you cannot stay at the  phone, give the operator the  location of ihe emergency.  A public safety communications association, APCO, informs us that where the single  emergency number 911 is in use,  statistics show 80 to 90 per cent  of calls are for the police, about  10 per cent for ambulance and  two to six per cent for the fire  department.  Some who call the nonemergency police number here  after office hours may not get  an answer because the officers  arc out of the building. A call to  886-2245 in Gibsons will always  get an immediate response  either from the office here or  from the dispatcher in Vancouver. The Vancouver dispatcher can radio immediately to  the patrol cars and have them  on the way to an emergency  within seconds. The Greater  Vancouver Regional District,  GVRD, became BC's fifth  region to install enhanced 911 in  July last year. Now from  Bowen Island to Maple Ridge  and Langley, from North Vancouver to Tsawassen and White  Rock, a call is "first routed to  the police operators who iden  tify the service needed and send  that service to the caller's name  and address, where it appears  on the service's screen. Xll this  within seconds."  In enhanced 911 there is  either, or both, automatic  number identification and  automatic location identification.   The   equipment   for  SYLVIA  Make the Sylvia part  of your Vancouver adventure...  Single from $47    Double from $55  Featuring "Sylvia's Restaurant & Bistro"  Brinn in Ihis .id .mil  (Hit (ONNMNM  ...Overlooking Vancouver's English Bay  On the Beach at 1154 Gilford 681-9321  enhanced is exceedingly expensive. Basic 911 where callers  must give location is used in  Squamish, for instance, and  Kamloops.  Janet Calder of the GVRD  told us that it took "several  years" to coordinate the services in the 22 municipalities  and get them to subscribe to the  enhanced 911 plan. "We asked  the province to consider 911 for  all of BC but got no reply."  Since 911 operators or public  safety dispatchers are in very  short supply, Kwantlen College  now has a 10-month course to  train operators. At present 23  students are enrolled.  BAND CONCERT  The Naden Band of Maritime  Forces Pacific presents a concert Sunday May 12, at 7:30 pm  in the Elphinstone gym. Sponsored by Branch 109 of the  Royal Canadian Legion and the  Navy League cadets .the concert  will present a sparkling repertoire by professional musicians.  Silver collection al the door.  CHAMBERS PLANNING SERVICES  ��� Life & Disubilin Insurance Planning  Retirement Planning       * Employee Benefit Plans  'Serving the Sunshine (oast for over 8 years'  I AWKKNtt: K. �� IIAMBKKS  TELEPHONE Me-9111  TOLL FREE:   1-W0-M3-2051  Town of Gibsons  PUBLIC  NOTICE  The Council of the Town of Gibsons will be  arranging for the demolition of the old  firehall on Gower Point Road.  Any person or organization wishing to obtain  memorabilia may submit a request for objects affixed to or forming part of the building. Non-profit  groups should submit their requests along with  reasonable justification for them being granted. Profit oriented organizations and individuals should  submit a sealed bid for the items which they wish to  obtain.  Requests and bids should be clearly marked Firehall  Bid, and submitted to the Clerk-Administrator, Town  ol Gibsons, P.O. Box 340, Gibsons, B.C. All submissions and bids must be received not later than 4:30  p.m., May 31,1991.  High tech bubbles entranced kids of all ages al Earth Day celebrations at Sunnycrest Mall In Gibsons. Rom Nicholson photo  :  Ken's Lucky Dollar Foods 0j$m  Quality. Service  Selection and  Everyday Low  Prices.  jm|J,     Canada Grade 'A' Beef  Outside Round .fft        M  *^\  ROASTS t.Z.48  1.79  2.29  Previously Froten Pork  side rib  Srtnerder's All Varieties  wieners ��*  Fletchers Special Select Sliced f%      M f%  side bacon     miW.'Wi  MB Resutar 'Fine-l�� Fine f*     AQ  coffee      .....son, c.c.\3\  McGavm's Buttercup ^9f\ I  bread �� . #5J  Freshly Baked Apple a|       J A I  turnovers        6. 1.451  GROCERY  deposit  Coke ��� Sprite ��� Glngerale  Rtgular or Diet  POP 21.  Royal Ook Flu,  briquettes    �����.*��,  Money'* ��� Pieces & Steint  Soft or So Salt  mushrooms     .-  Casa Fiesta ed      ��J Q  taco shells      .  1.051  Caia Fiesta ��� Mild/Medmm Hot  taco sauce    ow  Natty  Mild'Hot.'Jalapeno  chili con came ��s.  1.98  2.99  99  I....   a W W  vsbrl  Van. Toll Free 684-6924  Hwy 101 & Field Road, Wilson Creek  MDL5782  885-5131  2.89  1.29  Seller Sua- C Q  beans with pork <��,, .051  Vaortman'i Attoritd ���*%     AA  cookies 200, l.CW?  Messrner Assorted +4       f? BJ  herbal teas     **, 1.051  Pride ol the World Collee ai      QQ  whitener        ��-��. 1.5151  Cortina Unsalted **i       AQ  tomato puree m* I.��59  Salted/Umalled Stoned A     10  wheat thins    m>C. 151  Cashmere ��� White/Unbleached  bathroom .. Aq  tissue ���*'..�� 1 ������>���?  DAIRY  PRODUCE  1.99  1.69  ^romaine lettuce �� .99  .49  ��� 'A   <a>���(V  VakV CollbmlO Red Flame  grapes  .98 it.  DELI  Freshly Made  seafood salad*,*  Schneider's Bee/ Jadgwuni  pastrami     kh.  FMlrteri est     el Q  cole slaw    p.,** 1.159  2.99  1.99  FROZEN  Minute Maid Atsorted f% fl  fruit punches   .&** .5951  Bluewater ��� In Tempura Batter M     All  fish mH,Q9  BAKERY  IVeston'j Sunbeam Whlte/flroan  bread s^  McGavirt'i  french bistro .<,��  Freshl, Baked ael      A A  veggie bread  iw I.U59  :��.  .  i i ii n i ��� Coast News, April 29,1991  ID AVIS BAY NEWS i  After the  Long and  potential.  meeting on Seniors' Housing complex, MLA Harold  others strolled the site to appreciate the setting and its  IHARBOUR WATCHl  by Jacalyn Vincent. 883-2840  The annual Community Club  Bazaar will be held this year on  May 4 at 2 pm at the Community Club in Madeira Park. This  bazaar is one of the main fundraisers of the year for the hall.  Your donation to ihe home  baking, white elephant, mystery  parcels and plant booths are  very much appreciated! A  reminder that the hall has  donated funds, time and effort  over the years on a continuous  basis for the benefit of the  whole community.  A great show of support is  most welcome to make this 1991  bazaar the best ever. For further  information please contact  Muriel Cameron at 883-2609,  Ruth  Kobus at  883-9603 or  Chris Sample at 883-9469.  ARTHRITIS COURSE  For those sufferers of arthritis, you may attend a self-  management course in the  Pender Harbour Clinic. This  course will begin on May 3, and  run to June 7 on Fridays from I  to 3 pm. You musl pre-regisler  by phoning either Nancy  MacKay at 883-2307 or Linda  Szabados at 883-2708.  ENGINE & TABLE  The Pender Harbour Secondary School wishes to obtain a  two cylinder Easthopc engine  from Jack Cummings for the  school's vcstible. It is felt that  this engine will represent an era  in the fishing industry���that is  past���bul served the grandfathers   of   many   present  by Lauralte Solll, 885-5212  The next monthly meeting  will be on May 14 at 1 pm. The  speaker will be Rosemary Hoare  and the topic will be the hospice  program.  Just a reminder that memberships for 1991-2 are due now.  Drop in anytime when the  library is open or see Turner at  Peninsula Market. Cost for  both the library and the community association is only $3  per family of two or more, and  $2 for a single.  STORY HOUR  The story hour is held the  first Friday of each month. The  students faithfully and well.  To raise money for this project the students have built a  'Rolls Royce' of a picnic table  to be raffled off. The tickets will  be available at IGA and other  locations for $5. Good luck to  all!  COOKIE SALE  The Pathfinders, Girl Guides  and Brownies will all be busy  this week selling their famous  cookies door to door. If per  chance you miss them, the  cookies will also be available at  the Pender Harbour Swimming  Pool. Just a quick "Hope you  next one is May 3 from 10 to 11  am at Wilson Creek Hall.  FLEA MARKET  DB/WCCA is sponsoring a  Flea Market and Plant Sale on  Saturday, May 11 from 9 am to  noon. Tables can be rented for  $S by calling BUI LeNeve at  885-7490.  SOAP  What do you do with your  bits and pieces of soap? I have  been saving mine for years and  now 1 would like to find out  what I can do to use them. Can  you melt them down and make  new soap, or what? Give me a  call, I'm sure others would be  interested too.  had a great time" to the Girl  Guides who went camping at  Camp Olave for a couple of  nights!  AS THE TIDE CHANGES  A must to attend is the  Cruikshank enquiry at the  Legion on May 2.  Plumbing buffs���the standard toilet uses about 20 litres  of water with each flush.  Burning permits are available  for two dollars, for every two  weeks, at the Oak Tree Market  and John Henry's store.  Until next week���be good to  yourself.  1HALFM00N BAY NEWS I  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  Most of us who live on the  Sunshine Coast are fortunate in  that we have such a wide selection of birds who make their  summer homes here. Just like  people!  The majority of us, however,  find it difficult to identify many  of the species, even with the  help of a bird book.  Help is on the way for all  who would like to learn more  on this subject at 9 am till noon  this Saturday morning, May 4.  Everyone will be welcome to  show up at Sargeants Bay Park  beach for a bird watching session with experts who really  know their subject.  LAST CHANCE  There is still time to set aside  some plants and to get cracking  on home baking for the  Welcome Beach great Flea  Market this coming Sunday at  the hall. The sale starts at 10 am  and goes until must of the goods  have gone.  If you would like a table to  sell your own goods at, you can  reserve by calling either Al  Buckley at 885-3305 or Franz  Erber at 885-4590.  There is no charge for admission, and coffee and cookies  will be available. There is  always a good crowd at this sale  and a great opportunity to meet  local folks and make friends.  Talking of making friends, I  had a very pleasant phone call  the other day from a new resident of Halfmoon Bay. I enjoyed her enthusiasm about  how much she loves it here in  our midst and how friendly she  finds the people. She is a young  mother, who doesn't really  know how to go about meeting  people. My suggestion was thai  she get in touch with the Halfmoon Bay Recreation Association since they are the active  young group in the community.  It could be, however, that she  may be too shy to make the first  move, so if any of the members  would care to contact me at  home in the evenings, I will be  glad to pass on information re  ihis caller.  DID YOU WIN?  By now, those of you who  were lucky enough to win prizes  in the Halfmoon Bay Volunteer  Fire Department's raffle will  know how many hours work,  by how many willing fellows to  expect. And even if you didn't  win, you will have the satisfaction of knowing that pan of the  proceeds will be going to  Muscular Dystrophy, a great  cause indeed.  People have been asking if  there is going to be the usual  Annual Garage Sale this year,  i HELP YOUR   GARDEN GROW  Langdale Elemental, School  Mushroom Manure Sale  GeasHI Carte*) Rink  SeWtall. Miy 4th  \ 117   i ,��e aehreea  llenoAsst to Rooerti. t*.  la   11,0 CC*WCM  tin  or asa .;.-"��� IS I  ���lease cas IN ttMea Mann  muirirwn mema'e  always a popular event to which  people come from far and wide.  As soon as this information is  received I will pass it on with  details.  SAY HELLO  Don't forget to drop by this  Saturday at 8301 Redrooffs  Road to wish "Happy  Birthday", all 90 of them, to  our good friend Thea Leuchte.  Try to make it between 3 and 5  pm which is Open House time.  PAY YOURSELF  FIRST  But whal about the mortgage or the  rent, the car payment, the credit cardi,  and io on? Of cuurie, you muit meet  your financial obligations. But if you're  going to iavc money and build toward  a better tomorrow, you mutt keep tome  of what you earn for youriclf.  We can ihow you how lo do il - and  how lo make your lavtngi grow. Call  us today.  Sussex  Realty  mmi  LISTINGS WANTaED  Suaaei Realty has expanded to the Sunshine Coast! Our aalesforce  of over 180 top professionals from North & West Vancouver would  like to assist you with the sate of your property.  Take advantage of our extensive advertising program on the North  Shore now!  Please call our local sales representative on the Sunshine Coast for  more details:  BOB MICHOR  Res: 885-4452  Bus: 925-2911  Pgr: 979-8238  (toll free in BC)  Sussex Realty - 2397 Marine Dr., W. Van V7V 1K9  Sechelt Furniture Land  NO INTEREST  NO PAYMENTS  Until 1992 (O.A.C.)  Your resident Investors Planning Team  J.N.W.|Jlm)BUDDSr.  885-3397  IiWBeStors  Group  DEBORAH MEAUA  885-4011  J.H.Ulm) BUDD Jr.  885-4011  PROFIT FROM OUR EXPERIENCE  Sechell free delivery  Furniture Land  Sunbh.nc co.i'.i h*, Best Prices! Best Selection!  Best Quality! Best Service!  ii  liatrirt nf ��id)tit  P.O. Box 129. 5545 Inlet Avenue, Sechelt, B.C. VON SAO  Telephone: (604) 885-1985  Fax:(604)885-7591  MUNICIPAL MEMO  MAYOR'S HOTLINE  885-5360  As promised, a Mayor's "Hot Line" was installed in the District of Sechelt's offices In  January.  885-5360 is connected to an answering machine in the Mayor's office end is operated  24 hours a day, 7 days a week for residents' convenience.  The "hot line" is NOT meant to replace the usual line of communication for Sechelt  taxpayers which is, and has always been, to call or write to the Municipal Hall on matters of concern or for information. The "hot line" is, however, meant to be a method  for residents to bring to the attention of the Mayor items that may have been addressed to staff or Council in the past but might have "slipped through the cracks" or been  overlooked.  The Mayor also hopes that the hot line will be used to give helpful suggestions to the  Municipality and replaces our successful suggestion box that was in place some two  years ago. Many residents have good ideas that could be used to benefit Sechelt, but  lack the time to put these to paper. Now, they just have to call 885-5360 to voice their  suggestion while they think of it and save postage or a trip to the Municipal Hall at  the same time.  When you call the "hot line" you will be asked to give your name and phone number  and a brief outline of your suggestion or concern. All legitimate calls will be brought  to the attention of the proper department or Council as a whole and, if necessary,  someone will be in touch with you for further information.  It is hoped that the "hot line" will prove to be a successful way for Council and staff  to be more responsive to Sechelt residents as wetl as a helpful method of gathering  useful suggestions from the community.  It's Annual Spring  Clean-Up Time  Sechelt's Public Works Department is once again  offering a FREE Plck-Up Program for all of those  things that you wanted to get rid of but which  were too big for your garbage can. There are some  exceptions to the kind of Items they will pick up.  Be sure to check the notice on  this page (or dates and details.  INFORMATION ON  BURNING PERMITS  Burning Permits are issued by the Sechelt Volunteer  Fire Department, not by the District of Sechelt. The  District of Sechelt allows applications to be made at  its offices as a convenience to the public.  Permits are not issued on demand. The Fire Prevention Officer is not always available, and at these  times applicants for Class "A" Permits (land clearing) can call 885-5111 and request that a volunteer  firefighter contact them to issue a permit. Only  urgent requests will be considered as our  firefighters are all volunteers and cannot leave their  occupations to respond to non-urgent requests.  Please remember that the District of Sechelt office  staff have no control over these Burning Permits and  request your patience when applications are not approved immediately.  Burning Permits are required for all outdoor fires  from April 15 to October 15.  Regijl.li  District nl  Sechelt  Council  Meetinc  s are field the  inst .int  f third Wednes  day ol <  ,ich month at  7 30 pm  SCRD Board  Hoom  PITCH-IN  PUBLIC NOTICE  Spring Clean-Up  The District of Sechelt's Public Works Department will be collecting all debris from residential  properties other than vehicles, gyproc, concrete  materials, stumps, logs, fuel and oil tanks, car  batteries, paints and thinners. Materials are to be  taken to the curbside by the deadline indicated in  the following areas.  Selma Park, Davis Bay, Wilton Creek  Monday, May 6,1991 - 4:00 pm  West Sechelt ��� Tuesday, May 7,1991 - 4:00 pm  East Porpoise Bay, Sandy Hook, Tuwanek  Wednesday, May S, 1991 - 4:00 pm  Sechelt Village, Sunshine Heights  Thuraday, May 9,1991 - 4:00 pm  Pick up of materials will occur on the days  following the above dates.  Regular garbage collection will take place as  usual and will NOT be picked up as part of this  program.  ... *������.... Coast News, April 29,1991  1BBLBEN LIFELINESl  by Joyce Ostry  Seniors across Canada are  helping (o address their special  housing needs by taking part in  advisory committees on senior  housing issues.  The committees are made up  of representatives of seniors'  organizations, non-profit housing organizations, builders and  developers and government  agencies concerned with housing, health and social services.  The committees arose out of  a series of conferences held  across the country during 1990,  designed to examine local housing problems in more detail.  These were a follow-up to a national CMHC conference on  seniors' housing held in 1988.  The committees are being  established in response to the  overwhelming view expressed  by conference participants that  seniors must have more involvement in decisions that affect  their housing and support services.  The conference made it clear  that seniors want the widest  possible range of choices in their  housing. No one form of housing will meet everyone's needs  at all stages of their lives.  Wherever possible they would  prefer to stay in their own  homes, if adapted to their needs  and if they have access to  necessary services.  Wherever they live, seniors  want to be an independent as  possible far as long as possible.  Some recent surveys showed  a remarkable difference between what seniors' children  believe their parents need and  what the seniors themselves  want.  Children of seniors, for example, were more concerned  about health-care and meal services for their parents, but the  parents themselves wanted more  hairdressing salons, tennis  courts and even a disco.  Studies show that housing being built now will be difficult  and expensive to adapt to the  changing needs of older people.  There is considerable interest  in examining new approaches  such as made-to-convert housing which can be easily adapted  to both the changing needs of a  growing family and the special  requirements of an aging  population.  CHRISTMAS CRAFTS  The craft room buzzed on  Thursday morning with the  pom-pom makers and those  already working on projects for  Christmas '91!  COOKBOOK  We are going to put out a  cookbook so send in those  recipes and history behind them  ���if there is any. Send in as  many as you like and be sure  you have your name, address  and telephone number included.  Send them to Box 564, Sechelt.  *��v\_  Pub Menu Available  Lunch & Dinner  Pub 883-2674  KECHELT SCEMARIOi  by Margaret Watt, 185-3364  Coming up the weekend of  May 18, 19 and 20 at  Rockwood Centre is the Crime  Writers' Weekend. Participants  in this workshop will spend a  day with mystery novelist L.R.  Wright, and a day with television writer Jeffrey Cohen. The  final day of this workshop will  be spent with retired RCMP officer David Foss. For more information about this workshop,  1R0BERTS CREEKl  contact the Festival of the Written Arts at 885-3967.  The same weekend, on Saturday, May 18, there will be a film  and discussion led by Rita  Petrescu, Program Coordinator  of the Sunshine Coast RCMP  Victim-Witness Service.  CANADA WORLD YOUTH  Canada World Youth is in  the process of setting up their  second program on the Sunshine Coast and they need your  help. The group consists of  seven Canadians and seven  young people from India rang  ing in age from 17 to 21. They  will live ir Sechelt and Gibsons  all this summer and into the  fall. Anyone who would like to  provide a billet for one or more  of these young people is asked  to contact coordinator Patricia  Winfield at 732-5113.  SAVE GEORGIA STRAIT  There will be a meeting of the  Sunshine Coast Save Georgia  Strait Committee on April 29 at  7:30 pm at Sechelt Elementary  school, to discuss preparations  for the marathon. Everyone is  welcome to attend and the  number for more information is  885-7143.  AUSTRIAN CHOIR  On Monday, May 6, the  Kapfenburg Choir will be performing at St. John's United  Church in Davis Bay hosted by  Sunshine Coast Arts Council.  Tickets are $8, children $6, and  they are available from the Arts  Centre and Talewind Books in  Sechelt, Peninsula Market in  Davis Bay, Roberts Creek  General Store, and Coast  Bookstore in Gibsons.  If you live in Davis Bay and  would like to put up one or two  members of this choir for a  night, please contact Donna at  the Arts Centre, 885-5412.  by Janice Lelghton, 886-3541  I entered a cheery room with  floor length windows all along  one wall. Waist high shelves  divided the large room into stations, the computer and TV section; the math area with its  multicoloured blocks of wood  and plastic; the sewing table  with numerous partly finished  cloth fishes; the painting and art  centre with easel waiting for colour; the carpentry table with  woodworking tools silent for  the moment; and a couple of  circular tables for writing. Eight  children and the French immersion teacher, Vivian Hayeur,  were watching and counting by  fives in French as one child  jumped rope and counted too.  As Ms Hayeur focused on my  presence, the group slowly  melted away to their private  workbooks. Morning is time for  academic work at the French  Immersion School, beginning  with individual, one on one, instruction; moving into a group  lesson before lunch. After lunch  this group of first, second and  third graders is joined by as  many other kindergarten  children, making a total of 19  enrolled, and the focus shifts to  play.  The atmosphere was relaxed;  the feeling was of being in an  extended family. All the  families of enrolled children  have had an interest and participated in getting this un. ute  school started. Ms Hayeur  stated that this small school better fulfills parents' expectations  and a child's personal needs. .  The school is located at ,  ' Camp Couglas with its gurgling  creek, expansive field, nearby  woods, and, of course, beach  access. Next year an additional  teacher will be hired, and grades  K through four will be taught.  Tuition will drop from $300 per  month to $150 per month for  full-time and from $180 lo $90  per month for kindergarten due  to grant monies received. For  enrollment   information,   call  Elaine at 886-9659.  PITCH 'N' PUTT  There is a meeting tonight,  Monday, April 29 at 7:30 pm at  St. Aidan's Hall on Roberts  Creek Road to consider a rezoning application for five and a  half acres on Maskel Road and  the Highway to accommodate a  small golf course.  The Grade 6/7 Olympics of  the Mind team of Meaghan  Dougherty, Jacob Harding,  Orla Jorgensen, Holly Lawson,  Meegan McGillivray and  Michelle Petzold came fourth in  the province in their category  "Transformations" at the  Olympics of the Mind Provincial Finals in Coquitlam on  April 20. They came first in the  whole province in the long-term  problem aspect of the competition.  <��fc��'��^  DAILY LUNCH SPECIALS  >m  Dining  Lounge  vA  TUESDAY 6 WEDNESDAY ��� 5  Smorgasborg  FRIDAY 6 SATURDAY EVENINGS  Prime Rib 0 Salad Bar  0 PM  In the Pender Harbour Hotel       ownmm-iqpm      onjsj-wo,��Rwwvaiions  sssssssr    AS?    ^ ** -   *     UA,  EVERYTHING  V* PRICE  except undergarments & accessories  For Mom's Special Gill  Store Hours        ,0 - '���>  Mon. - Sat.  Patio Now Open From Noon Daily  // you like her take-out burgers, you'll love her new restaurant!  UHBtBHH  r  i  G  I  0  N  B  N  ft  0  BIMBO    BIMBO   I  Starts Again  May 1st  Doors open 6 pm  Early bird 7:15 pm  Coffee Bar open  Pull tabs available  Meet old friends  Everybody welcome  Help support local charities  That's where our money goes  Sechelt Legion. Wharf Road  E  G  I  0  N  B  I  N  fi  BIBBO    BIHeO   0  SHOPPING  lenmar JUrapertes  & NtllHtC HAII SUPPlltS  883-2274  PENDER HARBOUR  HAS IT ML!  CONTRACTORS  MOBILE HOMES  New mil Usid ��� Instant Homing  883-9338 ot 580-4321 (call collect)  SERVICES  Roofing  883-9303  KlemoQe  tat I C'B*��I. Jhok.i Shiigloi,  m*tal loofl, T����h On  Owoldi  Oik Tree Market  Open 7 days a week  10 am ��� 8 pm  PENDEH HARBOUR  GOLF COURSE  Visitors Wslcoms  V, M. Nonh of Garden Bay Rd.,  Hwy. 101 883-9541  Royal Canadian legion - Branch 112  Pub. Waterlront !tn..ui ii.tr.'. Moornilti. An  Chnrtatra. rinhlluj Charters, Hike Hfiit.tlf.  8838874 rub  883 9919 Restaurant  Shirt'* Snack Bar  In lha Pender Harbour Lefllon  Madeira Marina  883-2266  Give...  Peninsula Tower rk  Cable Ltd.  H.eh A low Votlaae ftme, line.  Outdoor Sub-Slarioo,  883-2218   Cert. 7111  R��y Hansen Trucking  A Contracting  Gravel, Clearing  Septk Systems  883-9222  Coast  IBs  estern a\irlines Ltd.  lor reservations/Information on  daily scheduled nights & charters  cal 115-4711 fSanslHM Coast)  M4-I7M (Vancouver!  HUGH W. JONES  Lawyer  883-9525  The Sunshine  COAST NKWS  OltMOflo  UtXK  PENDER HARBOUR  CHEVRON  Complete Auto Repair  24 HOUR TOWING  883-2392 Coast News, April 29,1991  Industrial     AUTOMOTIVE       Marine  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd.  1061 Hwy. 101, Gibsons, B.C. 886-8101  Mitn.fn. 6-6 S.lt.8-6, Sun. 10-3^  ���S~SECHELT RADIATORS-  ���   Complete Cooling System Service Centre  We Repair & Replace tats Healer Cores & Gas Tanks  AUTOS TRUCKS TRACTORS INDUSTRIAL MARINE  New, Used & Rebuilt  4349 S.C. Hwy.      Pick-Up & Delivery Mm. ��� Sit  Next to Wilson Cieek Chevron Station 885-7M6>  BLDG. CONTRACTORS  R&K CONTRACTING  ��� Framing  ��� Forming  ��� Renovation.  Specialists , additions  Free Estimates  Rob ��� 885-7072  AshwardContracting *  ���L QUALITY HOME  BUILDING & IMPROVEMENTS  PLAN DESIGN & DRAFTING   885-64437  ROTTLUFF DRYWALU  Residential & Commercial  or leave message 80M4Ma  tTlcCONNELL DRYWALL  BOARDING - TAPINQ ��� TEXTURED CEILINGS  New Homes & Townhouses - Additions - Renovations  PROMPT PROFESSIONAL SERVICE e FREE ESTIMATES  home 886-9635 ceiimar 671-3754  SI4C4 North Rd.. Gibsons     Gerald R. McConnall  TOM'S  -, Electrical A Plumbing  Residential - Commercial  Fnunmum  CONTRACTORS LIC NO. 0644  886-3344' 886-3364 J  $����aMi/$��irW  VJ  eilotde * Scraane ��� Qarega Doore ��� Prer-iing Doors ��� Windows  Htgenay 1011 "tan Rd.     faul Hamilton  Olbaona, ��.C. VON WO Ul^  wtaeweee-TMe "* Faatiat-im .  f     M.J.J.  VINYL SIDING  Soffits. FASIA, Shutters  Stone t Brick  Fred Cocker  P.O. Box 1596  (Leave Message)  k   Phone 885^065  Sechelt, B.C.  VON SAO  ALPINE TRUSS  Bus: 846-8*33 ^>�� Res; 866-8X01  . COMPETITIVE  PRICES  trusses made hers oa the Sunshine Coast  Money spent st home stays at home.  auavauejj   UIU8  ��MW >\ Res:  A * T ENTERPRISES    Struma In. Coesl Since I9S5  ��� CUSTOM HOMES  ��� ADDITIONS  ��� RENOVATIONS  eeesete  r. WONO. eon tss, aiasows. s.c. von tvo  ' HUDSON >  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  ��� FEHOXtfPUS AND REMODELLING  ' S&TS" DECKS AN�� FENCING  ��� SE RVCE AND REPAIR WORK  ��� 15 YEARS EXPERIENCE  Specializing in all types ol  FREE      commercial & residential roofing  ESTIMATES flftfi.onA7 *u"��"  OOO-AiVOr eves ouamnteio  Quality 'BuitierT  RENOVATIONS 6 ADDITIONS  OCNIKAL BULOCftS  ������lOOeaaaj accuauc ms  ���MCKSVCMrUGES       .FCNCINO  ���IKIWeaNG t DMFTING SERVICES  BRUCE GIESBRECHT SM-TTM  Turenne  'CONCRETE  CONCRETE PUMP TRUCKS  CONCRETE FINISHING OF FLOORS  DRIVEWAYS, PATIOS, SIDEWALKS  For quality work, call u*l   0SS-7Oaa  MIDWAY'POWER-  SERVICESLI  ^Private & Industrial Electrical Contractor^  ^     High & Low Voltage Power Lines      J  Reg. No. 16135 ftft1.Q4H3   [ j  EXCAVATING  fafUMLLOOMTMCTim  All types oi concrete work.  Sidewalks, driveways, slabs   smooth, broomed,  1sl1.no  ^rmmmmmmu^^  ���d .uniniiate lit  ^flaallle Peewits Watt,  COAST CONCRETE  PUMPING & FOUNDATIONS  PUMPING ��� FORMING ��� ^  PLACING ��� FINISHING ���  Full Service To The Peninsula  9 Ready Mis Concrete  E��. 1      s,nd *Gr,v*'  N f     CONCRETE  s\J       u-����wwr��fsuNSHirvfco/url  SECHELT PLANT GIBSONS PLANT |  *v       885-7160 886-8174  Mill  3  Swanson's  Ready-Mix Ltd.  * Mr. Central DfapMch.  .������ s tl. vtiiiui s_>iey"���.      1 r-ia.v<..uu,> 1  i��._ _  f   M5-W66     ] [M5-53331   [ 8S5-22261  3 Batch Plants on tha Sunshme Coast  Qbsons Sechett Pander Hanbour  Box 172, Mi7 8urn*tRd.. Baehett  ELECT. COlMTRACTORS  Clay Hepburn's  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING SERVICES  RESIDENTIAL. INDUSTRIAL, COMMERCIAL  ��� RENOVATIONS ��� NEW INSTALLATIONS ��� REPAIRS  IIC. NO. IW.-B  886-3861 \.  a.i.,2.>ucis.  Cibwn,. S.C.  VON IVO  "A BETTER" BOBCAT SERVICE  "Complete Bobcat Services"  - Excavating ��� Backfilling ��� Retaining Walls ���  ��� Trenching - Landscape Construction ��� Drainage ���  24 Hour  Service  886-8538  Boi 1221. Qlbaona  BC. VON 1V0  Mackenzie Excavating Lttl}  Land Clearing & Development  Cam Mackenzie  - Selective Logging  - Marine Contracting  - Stump Removals    . sand & Gravel Deliveries  - Purchase Timber BARy BB6-958S  TWIN CREEKS MARINE LTD.  BILL 886-8361 ���.  R&LGODKIN  CONTRACTORS LTD.    f �����  EXCAVATING  ��� SEPTIC SYSTEMS ��� LAND CLEAttlNO  ��� DRIVE WAYS a ROAD SUILDINO  ��� WATER LINES ��� ROCK WALLS  ��� STUMP REMOVAL ��� BREAKWATERS  8838178           BflADGODKIN ����8-93����  Fastrac BACKHOE  SERVICE  ��� SEPTIC FIELDS  ��� DRAINAGE DITCHES  ��� EXCAVATIONS  ��� WATER LINES  .clearing Steve Jones  Cot 418 4X4  886-8269  STK EXCAVATING LTD.  Land Clearing ��� Top Soil ��� Grave/    A ,  ��� Retaining Walls ��� elc. 5**' |  Serving the Coast lor 20 Years  "IVe pride ourselves on punctuality."  BOB qurney  Box 1791. GIBSONS. BC VON IVO  M mfmm o ^s^>    clips save \  I fa bc ferries Schedule !  VANCOUVER  SfCHELT PCNINSULA  JERVIS INLET  tAHLSCOVE    SALTCRYBAV  Lv. Langdale Lv. Horseshoa Bay  6 20 am      2:30 pm 7 30 am      3:30 pm  8:30 M'       4:30 9:30 M        5:30 M  10 30 6:30 11:30 7:25 M  12:25 pm M 8:20 M 1:15 pm      9:15  ��� eeneto Miaencl la,  The Sunshine Coast Cab Company Ltd.  886-7337 B85-3666  GIBSONS BUS SCHEDULE  JjOUTj^jiaNemw Seacot fwihe,, rjow, ���   ,���m ���,������, p, ROUTE t ���*�� Cnister. rjaaai pt , WoMom. s c M���� Pan  DepaTtlKI  ���545  7:45  9:45  11:45  145  3:45  5 45  7:45  Depart  linjdet  fatty  8:14 4:11  10:11 1:11  11:11   1:01  J:08*10:00  'Ne 5:45 am run Sundays ar Hssttip  ���10:00 pm run Fri., in., Sin. ( HeMtyi  M0TE: rEtf**}!* 1 "���",0:45 "������nM'        ������  J.45 �� 4:45 pm Men.-Sit. Out ol toon  into. Comments 4 Suggestions ��� M8-931I ,���,������  These transportation schedules sponsored by  ineaiemjv /**��,��  CWforatml,.   '  Noiory  INSURANCE  886-2000  Red Carpet Service From Friendly Professionals In Sunnycreat MaH, Qlbaona.  Lv. Earls Cove Lv. Saltery Bay ���  6:40 am      4:30 pm 5:45 M   . 3:30 pm |  8:20 6:30 7:35 5:30 M ���  10:30 8:30 9:25 M     7:30 Z  12:25 pmM 10:20 M 11 30       9:30 ���  I  II  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I   1  I  JTPi  ���aaamem  I  Pretatiieaali   |  i  7:15   3:00  9:00   5:00    Mil  11:00   7:15  1:00*10:05  ���10:05 p.m. ne Fri  arrival  Sal.  7:43 3:21  9:28 5:20  11:28 7:43  1:28  Sen. tHekujyi  Adults Seniors Children Stud.  SI 50    St 00     .75    St 00  75 75       75        75  Comm rickets  St 25/rids  TRAVEL  886-9255  CONSTRUCTION  Excavation, Sewer,  Water, Grading,  Subdivision Design  and Development  886-2182 or 885-9840  GEN. CONTRACTORS  FREE ESTIMATES  G & S DRYWALL  For All Vour Drywall Needs  Please Call: 088-0204  1SA)C  :ONSTKUCTION  Gibsons, B.C.  Residential 8 Commercial Construction  Renontlons ���  Free Estimates call  Uurw   885-26877  3fS5�� S * Q TREE SERVICE ^  H TOPRNG ��� TRIMMING ��� FWNING  f 4 DANGER TREE REMOVAL  " - CHIPPER AVAILaABLE -  Bonded (, Inaured ��� 20 Year* Experience)  886-3897  A     B.'   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Seeded  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  I  Custom (HabinctH  KITCHEN CABINETS  BATHROOM VANITIES ��� OFFICE  BUILT-INS ��� CUSTOM MILLWORK  Peter Sogers 006-2331  Inaeitnas li i ���  t k" *"  mvmtmlmtmmmM Coast News, April 29,1991  High flying creations to soar  during 'Mother's Day Kite Fly'  Kite aficionado, Lee Taylor, assembles ��� classic, Wor  box kite used to carry distress transmitters aloft.  Jus MeriHeH Sherman ajajj  Need fl Haircut?  Come Join Jeanette & Ingrid  At The Creek Hair Sa/on  3  c  Saturday, May 4th  9- 5 PM  HAIRCUT ONLY $6.95  (No Shampoo, Set Or Slow DryJ  Appointments Needed  885-5512  Ail Proceeds Oonalod To  Sobeerls Crmk Restoration Commilre*  h  rLk  E  EK  HAIR  SALON  L   '    I  by Jtn Michael Shtrman  On a gusty late-spring day 33  years ago, 11 year old Lee  Taylor stood excitedly with  some friends, on a Red Deer  playground, a "bought" paper-  and-wood box kite sailing and  swooping far above him. A couple of the boys ran home to find  more string but, eventually, the  string broke and the kite took  off across the city.  "I was exhilerated and  devastated simultaneously,"  Taylor recalled recently, as he  traced the origins of his current  deep involvement with the ever-  expanding sport as both participant and afficiondo. At the moment his focus is on the Second  Annual Mother's Day Kite Fly  being held at Davis Bay "from  noon to High Tide" on Sunday,  May 12.  "Last year we had about 35  kites flying and, oh, 150 spectators. But only three or four  kites were home made. This  year we're encouraging families  to make���and fly���their own."  Taylor contends that there is  a "special reward" which accompanies the building of one's  own kite. He ought to know,  having built many "from  scratch with my kids, using  newspaper and sticks���traditional diamond types."  It is generally accepted that  kites were invented and flown  first in China, sometime before  written history. Kite historians  place the date at somewhere in  the neighbourhood of 1000 BC.  One expert postulates that it all  started in China because silk  was produced there as early as  Sunshine Coast  'ICES   DIRECT  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  SUNSHINE KITCHEN  ��� CABINET8 -  886-9411  ���Showroom Kern's Pleze.Hwy 101,  Open Tuesday to Saturday 10-4 pm  MARIME SERVICES  i^sgats.    Cottrell's Marine Service  VKIl SERVICE TO Alt  MAKFS  I m    MflC      Specializing in Marc. Outboard  rmaTr^^^saafca*       * ��'���"��� drive rebuilding  DIVER ^**   Located at  I    BOAT ^f Smitty's Marina, Gibsons  I   HAULING SHOP808-3005    RES.M5-5840,  I SALES t INSTALLATION  * Commercial & Residential ���  * Carpet & Resilient Flooring *  ���������***���*   phone   ***������*  ee-waaaore.    .  8HOPP,NG      SHOWROOM 4349 Hwy. 101  Wilson Creek, Across from Sunshine G.M.  Mon.Sat. 9:30am-Spm  ,^_THE FLOOR STORE AT TOUR OOOR a^.^^^  MISC. SERVICES  B & H Painting & Decorating  Our specialty...  Painted patterns on walls  ...the alternative to wallpaper.  > Call for free estimate: 885-4481 or 886-7483  COAST  WATER HAULING  4x4, 2000 Gallon Self Loader  High Pressure Discharge, Spray Bar  DAVID GROOM - 886-3412, Gibsons, B.C.  DOUO KENNEDY TRUCKING  Gravel ��� Sand ��� Topsoil ��� Fill  Truck* for hlra  Hj For prices, deliveries, phone Doug  885-5070  LANDSCAPING  GIBSONS TAX SERVICE  Ave. Price $15 snd Up  Income Tax Preparation  All Business Strictly Confidential  635 MsrtlnRd., Gibsons  A.Jack 886-7878  forbaifire (Kart-aur  General Garden Maintenance  Lawn Care ��� Landscaping ��� Pruning  Rockeries  Senior's Discount - Friendly Service  Fred 686-3526  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE  Custom Cutting ��� Planing  Bevel Siding - Posts & Beams  Chris Nipper MS-34W  P..P.J4, St, C78,  Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0  MARINE SERVICES  &  PARTS  buccaneer  Marina ty Resort Ltd  Located in Secret Cove 885-7888  MARINE SPECIALISTS l\ years  - SALES - SERVICE -REPAIRS  K t C Thermoglass Sj  Cobra Boats now  In-Stock  t5ac* tvit  olw- * Salt Water Licences  * Motel A Campsites * Water Tani  * Marine Repairs  * Ice and Tackle     883-2266  WEST COAST RAILINGS ^  Serving the Sunshine- Coast  Aluminum Railings  | Commercial A Raaldcntlal Installation,  Specialising in Glass & Aluminum  BoeaSK -FREE ESTIMATES- unrobinson  S��lw,,B.C,VONSAfl  Pt,:M5.S��70.  ( CHAINSAWS  SALES & 8ERVICE  KELLY'S LAWNMOWER &  CHAIN8AW LTD  :  73TKI6RTHROAD  886-291?;  Tina Davison   fu: (604)8864969  "'ISSSlK?"     Phone:      886-9100  ABSOLUTE ACCOUNTING  MANUAL OR COMPUTERIZED BOOKKEEPING  PAYROLL ��� MONTHLY STATEMENTS  2600 BC, while bamboo cane  has always been in abundance.  Lee Taylor notes, "The traditional Chinese kite is square and  highly decorated."  Things have evolved dramatically since those early days.  Notes Taylor, whose personal  passion for the sport embraces  its most esoteric aspects,  "Twentieth century American  and European kites have been  designed for more practical,  technology-oriented purposes.  The Wright Brothers were kite  flyers!"  In other words, aerodynamics takes precedence over  visual aesthetics.  There are a number of basic  kite types utilized by casual  fliers and competitors alike, including the Box, Diamond,  Delta Wing, Quad Line (a four-  line stunt kite), and Power Kites  (airfoils). Kite materials today  range from the old standby-  newspaper and split cedar���to  high-tech reinforced nylons and  carbon-fibre rods.  "Costs range from absolutely  nothing," chuckles Taylor, "to  $300 for certain 'store boughts'  ���but the sky's the limit as far  as custom built kites are concerned."  Kite enthusiasts fit into no  particular age group or socioeconomic grouping, but what  they have in common (usually)  is a certain special kind of patience, the ability to wait for the  right winds. "If you can't wait  It out, you're liable to wind up  taking off and then finding the  wind you wanted showing up 13  minutes later."  Pastimes, the hobbycraft  store operated by Lee Taylor  and partner Leigh Thorn, is  sponsoring the Mother's Day  Kite Fly, and Taylor is especially looking forward to a guest  appearance by the Vancouver  High Flyers, a world class stunt  flying team.  Synchronized team ballet is  the High Flyers' forte, Taylor  noted. Teams are comprised of  up to nine flyers���or as few as  two.  I "They move their kites in  synchronization with music,  they do set patterns a la figure  skating compulsories," Taylor  said. "In fact," he added,  "there are lobbying efforts to  have kite flying included in the  Olympics."  Health  Unit news  GIBSONS OFFICE  494 S. Fletcher Rd., Gibsons  886-8131  SECHELT OFFICE  5571 Inlet Ave., Sechelt  885-5164  Child Health Clinics will be  held in Gibsons on May 6, 7,  14, 21 and 28. Sechelt Child  Health Clinics will be held on  May 1, 8, 15, 22 and 29 and  May 13 and 27. Pender Harbour Clinic will be held on May  2, 9, 16, 23, and 30 ��� phone  883-2764.  Tuberculin Skin Testing and  Travellers' Clinic will be held on  Mondays, May 6,13 and 27 and  Travellers' Clinic only on  Thursdays, May 2,9,16,23 and  30 in Gibsons. In Sechelt the  date is Monday, May 6, 13 and  27. The Pender Harbour  Travellers Clinic can be arranged upon request.  Sexually Transmitted Disease  Clinic will be held Wednesdays,  May 8 and 22 in Gibsons from 4  to 4:30 pm and in Sechelt, Monday May 6 from 3:30 to 5:45  pm. Information, counselling  and testing (including AIDS)  will be given. No appointment  necessary.  Prenatal Classes. Early Class,  May 7 from 7 to 9 pm in  Sechelt. Late Class, May 7, 14,  and 21 from 7 to 9 pm in Gibsons. To register phone  886-8131. It is important to  register for the above classes  early in pregnancy as classes fill  up quickly.  Single and pregnant? Phone  the Health Unit, 886-8131.  Hospital tour is on May 29.  Phone St. Mary's Hospital  Switchboard to arrange for  tour. (885-2224)  The Parent A Baby Drop-In  gives parents an opportunity to  meet other parents and discuss  common concerns. Held every  Tuesday in Gibsons from 1:15  to 3:30 pm and Wednesdays in  Sechelt from 1 to 3:30 pm.  There is no fee for any of  these services.  BRIDES-TO-BE  Call for COFFEE PARTY information  We have gifts and warm wishes from our  local business sponsors.  RUTH BULPIT  885-5847  Europe <�� ^  this summer?  ��� Britrail & Eurail passes  ��� European car rentals  ��� Escorted European tours *  WHATEVER YOUR TRRVEL NEEDS  /KJ^\ CALL THE EXPERTS AT  x--. r-     Across from Pronto's 886-2522  Beside Gibsons Medical Clinic 886-3381  Batt and Blown  Cellulose  Commercial  Residential  New and Existing  Construction  ^  Free  Estimates  Call ALAN  886-8741  THE UNITED CHURCH  OF CANADA  Sunday Worship Service  GIBSONS  Glassford Road  Sunday School  ST. JOHN'S  Davis Bay Road and  Simpkins Road  Sunday School  Rev. Stan Sears  Church Telephone 886-2333  11:15 am  11:15 am  9:30 am  9:30 am  CHRISTIAN LIFE  ASSEMBLY  (Formerly Gibsons Pentecostal Church)  School Rd., opposite RCMP  Sunday School 9:45 am  Morning Worship       11:00am  Sunday Night  Evening Service 7:00 pm  Phone: Church Ollice 886-7107  Paslor Dan MacAulay 886-7107  Youth Pastor J. Morris 886-3499  Affiliated with the Pentecostal  Assemblies ol Canada  LIVING FAITH  LUTHERAN CHURCH  Whilaker Road & Coast Highway  Davis Bay 8852202  Rev. Frank W. Schmitt, Pastor  Sunday Church School 9:30 am  Sunday Worship 11:00 am  Come Grow With Us!  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  SOCIETY  in the Greene Court Hall  Medusa St., Sechelt.  A Warm Invitation To All  Sunday Services 11:00 am  For Information, please call:  885-2506 or 885-3688  CALVARY  BAPTIST CHURCH  711 Park Road  Telephone: 886-2611  Sunday School  Worship Service  9:30 am  11:00 am  Cal Mclver, Pastor  "The Bible as It Is...  lor People as they are."  GIBSONS COMMUNITY  FELLOWSHIP  Welcomes you to join us  in Sunday Worship  Children's Progress 9:45 am  Prayer 10:00 am  Morning  Worship Service 10:45 am  Wednesday 7:00 pm  599 Gower Point Road  Pastor Monty McLean  886-7049  ST. BARTHOLOMEW'S  ANGLICAN CHURCH  Wednesday 10:30 am  Worship and bible study  Sunday 10:30 am  Parish Family Eucharist  Hwy. 101 at North Rd.    8867410  Serving Gibsons  and Roberts Creek  The Rev. Esther North, Rector  Show your spirit  Coma back to church  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, Pastor  885-7488 Office 885-9707  ANGLICAN  CHURCH  OF CANADA  SI. Hilda's - Sechelt  8:00 am - 9:30 am  SI. Andrew's ��� Pender Harbour  11:30 am  Rev. June Maffin  Rev. Dan Gifford  885-5019  "We extend a warm welcome to alt''  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH  MASS SCHEDULE  Saturday  5:00 pm St. Mary's Gibsons  Sunday  8:45 am Indian District  9:45 am Holy Family Sechelt  11:30 am 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  885.9526 10.  Coast News, April 29,1991  -I ������  a  .. ���.  Funding freeze a surprise  BC Liberal Party leader Gordon Wilson opens ��� constituency office in Sechelt in anticipation of a summer or fall election.  Jod Johnstone pholo  Tired of travelling,  Skipper skips town  A funding freeze recently announced by the provincial  government will seriously affect  several local businesses thai are  currently in the startup or expansion stages, and may possibly affect job training programs.  The announcement last week  took many by surprise and so  far there is little information  available on the specifics.  Sven Buemann of the Ministry of Development, Trade  and Tourism told the Coast  News that "the premier has announced a review process for all  of the financial subsidy and  assistance programs that were  available through the Ministry,  and that includes the Business  Startup Program, the Small  Business Assistance Program  and (he Business Expansion  Program, as well as other programs that are deemed to be  subsidies.  "The impact will primarily be  on those people who were in Ihe  process of applying," said  Buemann. "We are expecting  the review to be complete by the  beginning of June. At that point  we are assuming that there will  be an announcement about the  redirection of these programs."  lineman said that other advisory services offered by his  Ministry will continue to be  available, but any program that  provided any kind of subsidy or  loan guarantee, or any financial  assistance to any business is on  hold and any application that is  not fully processed is frozen.  Economic Development Officer Bill Moore confirmed  Buemann's statements and said  locally about 20 start-ups, or expansions, of everything from  home based businesses to manufacturing and retail outlets  could be affected by the freeze.  Many of the current applications are time sensitive and the  delay could "be quite a hardship.  "These programs are really  important," commented  Moore. He explained that under  the programs, the government  was prepared to co-guarantee  up to 75 per cent of bank loans  for businesses that would not  otherwise be eligible for bank  financing.  tfQ     SINGER     (jgh|  Only $50 PER MONTH  OR LESS  BUYS YOU A SERGER OR SEWING MACHINE  NEW  SLANT NEEDLE  MODEL ��� (133  NEW  ULTRALOCK  SERQER MODEL ���  .4U234  WITH DIFFFEED  INTRODUCTORY PRICE  ���54900  PLUS TAXES OR 134.03  PER MONTH O.AC  NO DOWN PAYMENT  INTRODUCTORY PRICE  ���57000  PLUS TAXES OR I39.SI  PER MONTH O.A.C.  NO DOWN PAYMENT  SAME DAY SERVICE ON ANY MAKE OR MODEL  OF SERGER & SEWING MACHINE  AT THIS LOCATION ONLY  4444 MAIN STRUT  VANCOUVER, B.C. between 28th and 29th Ave. across from MacDonalds  Parking In back.  VISA-MASTERCAHD-CHEOUE-CASH  mo  872-2588  Toll  Fret  -LAY-AWAY  1-800-695-7980  f$T  Sometimes a dog just has to  take matters into his own hands  and let his family know how he  feels about things.  Skipper, the five year old wire  haired terrier belonging to  Laurie and Vi Marttala of Gambier Island, hates traveling.  They had just spent several  weeks traveling in a motorhome  on a southern holiday, and he  spent most of the time hiding in  a corner where he couldn't see  all the tiresome scenery going  by.  Last week, when everyone  got into the car for a shopping  trip to Gibsons, he thought it  was going to start all over again,  and decided it was time to take a  stand.  Laurie and Vi left him in the  car when they went inlo the  Sunnycrest mall to go shopping.  When ihey got back, he wasn't  there.   A   frantic  search  and  many phone calls produced no  results. It seemed that Skipper  was lost, or stolen, or had  maybe even been run over in  traffic.  Later that evening while the  very discouraged Marttalas  were visiting their daughter Lee  Hazcldine in Gibsons, wondering what to do next, there was a  phone call from a Gambier  Island neighbour to say that  Skipper was at home.  Somehow, (and he's not telling how), Skipper got out of the  car and made his way to Langdale. A friendly crew member  on the Dogwood Princess  recognized him and looked the  other way when the little dog  boarded the ferry.  No doubt Skipper breathed a  big sigh of relief and satisfaction when he curled up in his  own corner at home.  ��� Now his family should know  how he feels about traveling!  Member of  ALLIED...  The Careful Movers  SPECIALIZED  MOVING  SERVICES  ��� Custom packing  & crating   ��� Specialists in moving: PIANOS, ORGANS,  OFFICE EQUIPMENT, etc.  LED WHY'S TRANSFER LTD.  Custom Packing, Storagt, Local �� Long Distance Moving  HWY. 101, GIBSONS   gjj^agP   886-2664  B-Sharp Music Presents  Its Spring  GST  PROMOTION  At Sechelt's  Trail Bay Centre  May 1 - 4  ��� - -j ���  All prices on new Lowrey and Hammond  organs, pre-owned instruments etc.  will include the GST at our expense  Trades are welcome and terms are available OAC  B-SHARP MUSIC CENTRES   tmghe�� MS JT8^421-3937  Surrey Place Mall, Surrey, 581-8687  The  Bushwhacker  is bock!  (The Original)  Still Blackberries  No. 1 Enemy &  Your Weeds  Nightmare  Bushwhacker Enterprises  885-6111  -JW*~-  EXTRA! EXTRA!  Drop off your  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  AT  AC Building  Supplies  In Pender Harbour  Until 3:00 p.m. Friday  A Friendly People Piece"  Portable  Toilet  Rente  Construction Sites  ��� Special Events  ��� Outdoor Picnics  ��� Weddings, etc.  Mm:  Septic Tank Pumping  Bonnlebrook  Industries  886-7064  Smart.  Smarter.  $40 rebate  $65 rebate  There are now more than 200 Power Smart energy-efficient refrigerators for you to choose from. And to help you decide, Hydro is offering significant  cash rebates. When you're shopping for a new fridge, just look for the Power Smart sticker. There are energy-efficient models for which you can  get a $40 rebate, and there are super energy-efficient models with a super rebate of $65. Be sure to ask your salesperson to show  you the qualifying Power Smart models. Complete lists also available from your salesperson or local Hydro office. You will also*  receive our special Power Smart rebate form. Fill it oul and send it in with proof of purchase. Your rebate will be on its way.  And because your new fridge is Power Smart, you also get on-going energy savings. So you save now... and you save later.  BC hydro  Mrtnia \ wiiTtT  aWttl Coast News, April 29,1991  ^^;^6^i^^^^7^^^^'-*��fc��%,��.  Its Coming.  /  Saturday May 4th is  1st ROUND UP DAY  in Gibsons  On May 4th these participating businesses are donating a part  of that day's proceeds for the best dern  All Occasion Flowers G Plants  Andy's Restaurant  Bank of Montreal  Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce  'Cedars Inn  Cedars Neighbourhood Pub  Chamberlin Gardens  Chambers Planning Services  Coast Flies  Conchita's Designs  Dargatz Class 6 Door Ltd.  Dockside Pharmacy  Dutch Pannekoek House  , Eagle Fitness  Elphie's Cabaret  Ernie 6 Owen's Drive-In  Gibsons Building Supplies Ltd.  Gibsons Family Sports  Gibsons Meat Market  Gibsons Realty Ltd.  Good Times Are Hair  Grandma's Toy Box  Gramma's Marine Pub  Gussy's Snackery  Jeannie's Gifts 6 Gems  Kenmac Parts Ltd.  Ken's Lucky Dollar Store  Kern's Home Furnishings  Landing General Store  Landing Home Hardware  Leeward Clothing Group  Linnadine's Shoes  Mary's Variety  Martin's Shell Service  Max Music  Pronto's Steak, Pizza 6 Spaghetti House  Pharmasave Drugs - Gibsons  Quality Farm S Garden Supply Ltd.  R. Harding 6 Son Petroleum Service  Richard's Ladies E Mens Wear  Royal Bank of Canada  Seamount Shell, Car Wash G Food Store  Sears Canada Inc.  Seaview Gardens  Show Piece Gallery  Silks G Lace Ltd.  Stenner's Auto Marine Electric  Midnite Market  Omega Pizza, Steak 6 Lobster House Sunco Printing G Stationery  Kendall Agency Window Coverings Pacifica Pharmacy Ltd. Suncoast Motors Ltd.  Ken DeVries 6 Son Floor Pebbles Realty Ltd. Sunnycrest Photo  Coverings Ltd.  SUPPORT THESE MERCHANTS ALL YEAR 'ROUND  ...but especially Sat. May 4  Look for the Sea Cavalcade Fund Raiser  poster at participating merchants and help make SEA CAVALCADE '91  A COMMUNITY SUCCESS  Sunshine Coast Credit Union  Sunshine Grocers 6 Gas Bar  Super Valu Store  The Alternative  The Candy Shoppe  The Harbour Cafe  The Mariners' Restaurant  The Party Stop  The Sunshine Coast News  Truffles the Candy Store  Village Store  WW Upholstery G Boat Tops Ltd.  Walt's Automotive  Wishful Thinking  Workwear World  **��*,   ���*Tfe)<b.-  �����*5?,  ���V*rf��**.- '���*%> "a^fe. "^ 12.  Coast News, April 29,1991  ^  SPCA  HOME  SEEKERS  This handsome  I-year-old mile cat is  looking for a good  home, where he will  | be given lots of attention. He is very  gentle and likes to lie  ���round witching the  world go by! He is  available for adoption by calling  885-4771.  Music  Festival  awards  Mac ttttf MfflMMiH Tro^By far a%i  Rca**: Mark Andrews. Top parfoi  mance, Jr. Pfaao: Peter Jones. Top pa  romance, lot. Plooo: Healhe  Passmore. Top perfonuocc, Sr. PIom  Ikic Ziakris. Top pcrforaaace trap*  for highest mark la piaao: Heathe  Passmore. Cantor Siher Ctammt  Trophy, awarded to competitor who, ii  the opinion of the adjudicator show  outstanding talent in two or more piant  classes: Ikic Ziakris.  SCHOLARSHIPS  Jr. Piano: Royal Canadian Legion  Br. 219, Isaac Ling; Anonymous Jr.  Melissah Charboneau.  Older Regimen. Piano: Sunshine  Coasl Music Festival, Nathan Zavaglia  Inlermedlale Piano: Royal Canadian  Legion, Br. 219, Jennifer Passmort;  Royal Canadian Legion, Br. 219,  Michelle Nelson; Joyce Roots Int.  Piano, Mark Andrews; Margaret Webb  Int. Piano, Heather Passmore.  Instrumental: Sunshine Coast Musk  Festival, Haley Howe.  Jr. Vocal: Anonymous Scholarship,  Patricia Hammond.  Arts Council Bursaries, chosen by adjudicators: Instruments, Theodore  Dcsta; Vocal, Judith Beagan; Piano,  Ikie Ziakris.  75�� Slush for 50��  GST Included  Offer Good 'Til May 10th  Sales Of All Slushes Sold During The Week Will Be Donated  To The Sea Cavalcade  ������ SUNSHINE GROCERS & GAS BAR  M OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 5:30 A.M. TO 1:00 P.M.  ���^ *M FULL SERVICE & SELF SERVICE GAS  P H  �� 886-8413 B  PETRQCANADA   HI6HW��V 10t > SHAW R0��0 GIBSONS (ACROSS FROM SUNMYCREST MAU)  Saturday, May 4th  1st Round Up  SPECIALS!  For The Best Sea Cavalcade Ever!  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TWO LOCATIONS sunshine coast highway gibsons wharf and oolphin sechelt  PHARMASAVE  Sneak Up On A Great Deal  BUY A 2 LITRE BOTTLE OF  AT $2.99  AND RECEIVE  FREE  A Bag Of Hostess  Potato Chips  (75< Value)  $1.00 From Each  Purchase Goes To  SEA CAVALCA0E '91  (Offer Good Saturday,  May 4th, 1991)  May 2nd Is Santera' BONUS DAY 15% OFFI  'Except prescriptions, magazines,  tobacco products, diapers, baby milk and  sale merchandise not Included.  maatmaaaammmm Coast News, April 29,1991  13.  Increased child care faced  If board cuts class time  by Stuart Burnside  Parents could be faced with  babysitting scheduling problems  during the next school year, according to a proposal passed  "in principle" at last Tuesday's  School Board meeting.  The proposal, presented by  school Superiniendenl Clifford  Smith, would re-schedule class  times for the 1991/92 school  year to facilitate discussion for  implementation of Year 2000  programming. Two variations  were presented by Smith, one  lhat would empty classes for an  entire day twice a month, and  one that would send students  home half-a-day early on a  weekly basis. Both would mean  students would spend 20 less  days in school next year.  "We are, essentially, talking  about trying to re-organize our  teaching and learning schedule  for next year to facilitate communicating among our teaching  HAPPY TRAILS TO YOU...          IT'S TIME TO MEET AGAIN...  It's round-up time in Gibsons! The Sea Cavalcade committee is  launching Iheir fundraising season with the First Annual Round  Up. Businesses all over Gibsons will dress their stiff in western  gear, come May 4, and a portion of that day's profits will go to  Sea Cavalcade 1991. A prize will be awarded to the most active  participant. Chamber of Commerce president Dick Thomas (left)  was actually persuaded to mount a horse to promote the event by  sidekick Kenan Mackenzie (right). Joel Johnstone photo  tJJJJ Support ol  mw round if  will help make  SEA CAVALCADE '91 A SUCCESS  and non-teaching staff, parents,  and other people who may be  interested in the kind of job that  we have lo do," said Smith.  The actual activities teachers  would partake in if not in class,  according lo Smith would be  "staff activities proposed by the  schools; committee meetings;  and parenl-ieacher interview."  "The idea behind both of  these options," Smith told the  trustees, "is to have frank  discussions wilh our employees  about how we currently use  school time."  Smith said he thought il was  possible to find the required  lime in the school year by  "limiting or adjusting" certain  "non-learn activities". Presentation limes for Christmas concerts would be reduced;  Hallowe'en and Valentine parlies, swimming and other extra  curricular activities would be  "limited, or adjusted", as well  as visits from outside groups  like dental hygenists and public  health workers during school  hours.  "We are not interested in cutting down the actual instruction  lime for students," Smith  assured the trustees, "We  would hope to preserve that  time to the best of our ability,"  He did admit, however, that  this would not be easy.  "There was some discussion  about the amount of time spent  on fine arts activities," said  Smith, "we may have to bite the  bullet on such activities; to have  fewer of them, and pool that  time so teachers can use it on  school improvement projects."  Smith listed "pros and cons"  for both options saying the first  (two full days twice a month)  had the support of parents who  were aware of the options, but  pointed out that the dates would  change every month and would  require the repeated advertisement of the dates that there  would be no classes,  dates lhal there would be no  classes.  "And we may run headlong  into ministry regulations,"  notes Smith. The ministry has  been very vague in terms of  'what a school day is' I don't  really like appearing deceitful in  determining whether a school is  open or not and we should be  very certain that we would have  ministry approval."  Smith said that, while parents  seemed to prefer the full day option and it was more condusive  to productivity for teachers to  devote a full day to discussion  ��� rather than break the half  day on a weekly basis ��� he felt  that, for reasons of stability,  "option two" was the "softer  option."  "This option might make the  Ministry more comfortable,"  he said.  Further disicussion on the  two proposals will be taking  place for the next month or so,  and a final decision should be  forthcoming by mid-May.  The Alternative Supports  1ST ROUND UP  Saturday, May 4  Hoe-Down  Count-Down  to Sea Cavalcade  Use "Dollar-Dan"  Buck-E-Roos for  special I day savings  Every Buck-E-Roo spent puts  change In the pocket of  the Se* Cavalcade  Committee p  a. m m m,m m m m m see ���mmfry  BUCK-E-ROO       J  0% Off |ean/Pant ���  Men's/Women's .  10% Off Button Shirts      I  I Men's/Women's '  I Valid-Saturday, May 4/91 only.  See our "Wanted" poster  for other  Round-Up Specials  LEEWARD  CLOTHING GROUP  Sunny*.rest Mall  EXTERIOR STAIN  Reg. $30.99 4L  NOW s18"  Come in & get that  spring project started  heUTERNATIVE  OPEN:  Mon. ��� Fri.. 'JUOoOO  IBSONS  Specializing in  WOODWORKING 4 INTERIOR  FINISHING MATERIALS  ALL SALES C��SH & CARRY  i  Come to Ernie & Gwen'e Drive-In  Saturday, May 4th for  m@wira to  Sea Cavalcade '91 Fund Raiser  jyj^jf ^  "Mighty Proud Pardner" to support  1ST ROUND UP  Saturday, May 4  C'mon In And Enjoy  Our Special Appetizers  Proceeds Will Be Donated To  SEA CAVALCADE '91  Hwy. 101, Gibsons  886-8171  3  Tex Burgers  as only Ernie & Gwen's can make them!  Country Style Baked Beans  Pony RideSaaaAnd More!  All Proceeds To 1991 Sea Cavalcade  OPEN LATE EVERY NITE  i pre  Hwy. 101 Near North Road.  Free Home Delivery Within 4 Miles After 5 PM Only, On $10.00 Minimum Orders  Small Charge For Orders Under $10.00  -i��e*-- M.  Coast News, April 29,1991  Work for You  885-3930 886-2622  1*1 ,' 'rWWSfji  IbMbL / km     X  rwA**aBi^^M^m^4mj  v     ....      ,,r    sT**^-               V-ti  The acclaimed Kapfenberg Choir from Austria will perform in Davis Bay on May 6.  Austrian choir graces Coast  The Powell River Chorus has  happy memories of visiting ihe  Kapfcnberg Choir in Austria  last summer and in exchange  has organized a short BC tour  lor ihe group, wilh the Sunshine  Coast being Ihe first concert  stop.  On Monday, May 6 the Kap-  fenberg Choir will provide an  evening of song and entertainment in St. John's United  Church in Davis Bay. The  Powell River group was regaled  with schnapps and championship yodeling and the Sunshine  Coasl Arts Council, hosts of the  group while in this area, plans  an equally warm B.C. welcome.  The 33 members of the choir  will be billeted with Sunshine  Coast families and treated lo a  dinner reception before the concert. Their colourful costumes  and varied program promises  fine evening for all who attend.  Tickets for Ihe concert which  begins a 8:00 pm are $8,  children $6 and are available at  Coast Bookstore in Gibsons,  the Roberls Creek General  Store, Peninsula Market in  Davis Bay, and Talewind Books  and the Arts Centre in Sechelt.  ONE CLOWN CIRCUS  On Saturday, May 11 at 7:00  pm an entertainment program  for the whole family is being  brought to the Coast by the  Sunshine Coast a\rts Council.  Mimic Sole (Theatre as Mess) is  the hilarious saga of one hapless  circus clown rudely tossed into  the world of theatre. Developed  by Jim Jackson, the play illustrates circus as metaphor and  extends the role of the clown to  storyteller and dramatists.  "Sole", played by Jackson, is  the "Everyclown" who, armed  with a very large mop and a  very small bucket, sets out to  clean up the mess. Along the  way he is constantly distracted  by daydreams of triumphant  performances in the theatre,  concert hall and circus lent. The  enactment of these dreams takes  the audience on a surreal tour of  the clownesque arts: a recital  played upon a chicken ends in a  shower of eggs juggled with the  mouth; a ballet upon the slack  wire becomes an excuse for a little nap: and Julius Caesar is  recited with a cabbage leaf upon  the head.  Influenced by the performance style of the European  and Russian clowns, the Corn-  media dell'arte, and the  American street performer,  Mimic Sole is a high energy,  comic search for elusive balance  in a dangerous world.  There will be one performance only of this funny and  fun show at the Elphinstone  Secondary School Gym. Tickets  are $5 and can be purchased at  the Arts Centre and Talewind  Books in Sechelt, the Roberts  Creek General Store and Coast  Bookstore in Gibsons.  Grateful thanks to the Sunshine Coast Credit Union for  Iheir support of Arts Council  children's programs.  LAST WEEK FOR  EXTRACTION  Bill Sotnerville's photographs  should be seen before the show  closes this Sunday, May 5.  These are views of order, formality, and structure which include the fractal and chaotic as  well as the rectilinear and determinate.  All are extracted from the  running tape of visual experience rather than scripted into it. Subjects are unposed, un-  cropped, unprepared as subjects���they are the by-products  of other purposes which have  produced an image for the artist  to discover.  See the show 11:00 am until  4:00 pm, Wednesday to Saturj  day, 1:00 pm until 4:00 pm Sun  day.  NO  OTHER  SUNDAY  BRUNCH  STACKS  UP.  Crab Legs...  Prawns & Scallops  Clams...  Belgian Waffles...  Quiche...  Eggs Benny...  AND much more!!  ALL for $11.95  Seniors $9.95  GST INC.  Children 12 and  under $6.00  11 AM - 2 PM  Mh ftojtr 1nn  For reservations  PLEASE CALL  885-7184  Secret Cove, B.C.  Channel  Eleven  Tuesday, April 30/91  ESPTV Night  7pm  Cable Connections  7:15 pm  Coasl Lifestyle  Zoe Sanborn is the host of  the program that introduces Jan  Michael Sherman. Mr. Sherman is the editor of the new  Coast News publication "Coast  Life".  7:30 pm  Child Sexual Abuse  A discussion on the topic of  child sexual abuse is hosted by  Hanna Skytte with guests Mars  Ochs, Donna Schmirler and  RCMP Constable P.K. Murphy.  8:30 pm  Cable Connections  Repeat of the 7 pm show.  Thuraday, May 2/91  7 pm  Talk to your Local Government  Live Phone-In  John Burnside hosts this  month's edition of the program  that brings your local elected  representatives to your community channel. Invited guests  include SCRD Chairman Peggy  Connor, Gibsons Mayor Eric  Small,. Sechelt Mayor Nancy  MacLarty and Sechelt Indian  Government District Chief Tom  Paul. Phone in during the show  with your questions and comments.  8 pm  Bonnie Ballads  Margaret Jones Reads from  her   poetry   book   Bonnie  Ballads. A must see for anyone  living on the Coast.  8:30 pm  The Round Table  SOUTH COAST FORD  885-3281  Naden Band visits  The Naden Band of Maritime Form PadtV wU preMit a  concert on May 12,1991 at 7:30 pm at Dphinstont School.  The puhlk is invited to attend this concert, sponsored by  the Gibsons Legion, and share in an evening of musical entertainment.  Since Ms formation in 1940, the Naden Band of Maritime  Forces Pacific, has been recognized as a world caHita musical  organization, fulfilling its mission of taking music and the  naval image to hundreds of thousands of people al around  the world.  HOmt.fT.ADE INTf RNrTTIONrU SPECIALTIES  Lentil & Borsch Soups  ��� Schnitzels  Banana & Walnut Loaf Cakes  - Apple Sirrus.il, Black Forest Cake &  German Cheese Cake  - Chocolate & Lemon Pound Cakes  Try our outdoor BBQ for lunch..  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Specially decorated on request  - Dance floor suitable tor Big Bands or DJ's  FULL CATERING FACILITIES  We will bake and decorate your  Birthday or Anniversary Cake  WEDDINGS A SPECIALTY  ��� 52 ROOMS with Room Service  ��� SATELLITE TV �� CABLE In every room  ��� EXCERCISE ROOM ��� with Universal Weight  equipment, sauna and hoi tub  ��� INDOOR HEATED POOL  Waterfall Courtyard  With Gazebo ��� available for  fully catered summer parties  Groups Irom 10 to 100  en|oy the availability ot  full catering services, wet bar A bartender,  decoration done to your theme.  CALL NOW! 886-4638  Haid-A-Way Restaurant  FULLY LICENSED FAMILY DINING  "With a little bit of everything"  Dinner Reservations: 886-4501  OPEN DAILY      6 AM ��� 10 PM  GIBSONS MOTOR INN  on Hwy. 101 at Park Road  ROOM RESERVATIONS  8884838  HAID-A-WAY RESTAURANT  886-4501  _   . ...       .- s���,-^,^., �� .  lH ���,,��"��� ^   *      ��� - Coast News, April 29,1991  15.  by Peter Trower  Unsafe conditions were still  rife on the waterfront. Precautionary measures were minimal  or non-existent and the dock-  workers often risked life and  limb to earn their meagre pay-  packets. The well-being of its  employees was low on the list of  the federation's priorities. For  Alec, the situation still rankled.  "I remember working the  grain ships down at the old La  Pointe Pier. When they were in  ballast, ihey rode pretty damn  high in the water. We had to  climb aboard these boats up a  long ladder like a bunch of  monkeys. Usually a guy was  packing a shovel and his lunch.  Il was a treacherous situation���  Mariners' ^rafSS*"  TAKE-OUT  British-style  FISH & CHIPS  �� ��� �� NOW OPEN ��� �� ��  OPEN 1 lam - 7pm  Murine Drive, QihsotM  Inoxi in Mariners' Rcstnurnnt)  Hitting the  hold: The  Alec Will story  especially in the rain���and of  course, there were no safety  nets.  "It was tough on all of us but  for some, it was even tougher.  One of the trimmers was named  Charlie Chatters���wonderful  old guy. Charlie had had his  hand amputated at one time  and he wore a hook in its place.  He had one hell of a time getting on and off those ships���but  he always made it somehow. It's  a wonder they had no more injuries with that bloody system.  "But speaking of Charlie  Chatters, he would often be in  our line when we were trimming  grain. I remember working with  him one time at the Columbia  Elevator. We were shovelling  beside one another and all night  long there'd be this click-click-  click of Charlie's hook lapping  the shovel handle. It got to be  like a Chinese water torture  after a while.  "Things were still damn  rough apart from the safety  also. There were no coffee  breaks���you just toughed her  right through. Of course, we  had to wear masks and they  weren't too comfortable at that  time. I remember taking mine  off on this particular occasion  and pouring the sweat out of it  like water. The things were  made of rubber and they chafed  the hell out of your chin.  Anyway, I took my handkerchief and was wiping the mask  off to dry it a bit. The side-  runner looked through the hold  and saw the wheat wasn't moving. Would you believe I got  blacklisted for that? The outfit  was B & B Shipping and the  next time my name came up on  the board for a job, I was passed over. This went on for a long  time. I went to the foreman���a  real hardhead named Cliff  Adams���and tried to plead my  case. He just brushed me aside.  That's the way things were."  It was abuses of this sort that  led, in 1935, to the Vancouver  waterfront's most bitter strike.  Through the action of Alec and  his fellow block-committee  members, most of the stooges  who had passed for officials in  the Company Union were replaced by socially conscious  men. A new militancy was  building among the dock-  workers. The union and the  shipping federation were once  again on a collision course.  To be continued...  Seven  artists  Shadow Baux Galleries is  hosting a group showing featuring seven artists. The theme of  the show is flowers, and each  artist portrays them differently.  Elizabeth McLaren is a  watercolourist whose irises,  lilies, poppies and sweet peas  capture the vitality and beauty  of the subject matter.  Patricia Richardson Logic, a  well-known oil painter and  author, expresses her love for  flowers boldly on huge canvases.  Elain MacKee, a watercolourist, works to allow the  images to arise out of the colour.  Sue Tarnoff, a graphic artist,  uses a variety of media to bring  out the delicate beauty in  nature.  Judy Jordison, an oil painter,  brings a unique quality of life to  her work with the play of light  on the subject.  Linda Molloy, well known  on the Coast for her air-brushed  clothing, has used a variety of  media to make a floral statement.  The evening reception, to  meet the artists, is May 3, 7:30  to 10:30 pm at Shadow Baux  Galleries, 5695 Cowrie Street,  Sechelt. The show runs from  May 3 to May 18.  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson f�� "^""J"* "���,"���? ��* ,  a.     , a,    m.      j    j <*>, 1 hr. 40 mln. plus S mln. lor aael  PaCitlC Standard Time and7niln.lo,eaehll.oliall  Seabinl  RENTALS LTD  PASLODE Staplers Nailer/Spi Iters  Coil Ring Nailers finish Nailers  Roofing Nailers    Hardwood Floor Nailers  Call for QUOTES on NAIt STOCK  For Boitith. Sertio, Paslode, etc.  SUCTION, HOME* PARM  Urns-Set. 6-5  y.iot.oiifrotn 8864744  WATERSYDE  with  Tom Richardson  FRIDAY NITE DINNER  Members and bona lid* Ha  guests welcome  .^Grilled New.XorkStinK,,  Sat. Night Dinners  BINOO . TUES. EVENINGS  llic. H75063)  . f.   ���  CEDARS PUB  Il was one of "those" weeks al the Const News; renovations happening all about, extra projects in progress everywhere, and preparations underway for our booth al Ihe Trade Fair. Suddenly three of us powered out all at the same lime; food was absolutely mandatory.  II siruck while we were al the Winter Club (read "Trade Fair") and ihe Cedars Pub was a  mere block away. In no time we were Ihere, seated at a table in iheir bright sunroom complete  wilh flowering cherry just oulside, and faced with the dilemma of a menu that has way too  many choices for hasty selection.  This menu is not "pub grub". The specials of the day Included oyster burger, linguini and  fresh prawns, prime rib and hot roast beef sandwich. Entrees ranged from stir fry and fajitas to  steak and seafoods, with Sunday Brunch on the side.  The vegetarian among us lost no time ordering a hearty and delicious corn chowder and  Caesar salad. The romaine lettuce was crunchy crisp, and proprietor Jean Hyams deserves top  marks for going to the expense of using her own personal dressing recipe. This is undoubtedly  one of the best Caesar salads on the Coast.  Wc decided a selection of appetizers was the best way lo abet the other hunger pangs, and, in  preparation for Sea Cavalcade's "1st Round Up", tucked into Lone Star chicken wings, plus  pizza perogies and tempura veggies. The not-loo-hot smokey BBQ sauce on the chicken wings  brought raves from Ihe one who didn't usually like thai dish, and the lightly battered veggies  wilh their yummy dill dip were plentiful and Interesting, including some unusuals like  cauliflower and asparagus. The pizza perogies are a greal idea and quite tasty. I wished the filling had been a bit more "gooey", but in no time ihey were all gone.  If you're looking for a good selection of well-prepared and appetizing foods, you won't go  wrong at Ihe Cedars.  Andy's Restaurant- Lunch and dinner specials every day. Closed Mondays.  Every Wednesday night is Prime Rib  Night. House specialties include veal  dishes, steaks, seafood, pasta, pizza. Thai  food, and lots of NEW dishes. Don't  miss Andy's greal Brunch Buffet every  Sunday from I lain .1 pm. Hwy 101, Gibsons, 886-3388. Open 11-9, Sun. closed  Mondays, 11-10 Tues.-Sai.  TbC Boat House-Just a ferry ride  ���way in beautiful Horseshoe Bay, offering daily choices of fresh and flash frozen  seafood from the West, East and Gulf  Coasts as well as a variety of other  specialties. Join us after 5 pm for dinner  or for our spectacular Sunday Brunch,  served between 10:30 am and 2 pm.  Friendly service In i relaxed atmosphere  and fabulous meals are just some of the  reasons you'll keep corning back. If you  hive an important rendezvous or a ferry  to catch, please let us know and we'll  niake Uk necessary accommodations. For  reservations cal 921-8188. All major  credit cards accepted.  FAMILY DIKING  Cafe Pierrot- Comfortable atmosphere wilh warm, helpful staff.  Homemade pastas, quiches and daily  specials are all prepared with Ihe freshest  ingredients - boih healthful and delicious.  Our whole wheat bread and scrumptious  desserts are baked fresh dally, on the  premises. Outside dining, take out orders  for the beach and cappucino are  available. The Coast's bistro...as unique  as Ihe Coast itself. Mon. - Sal.  9am-3pm.Closed Sunday. Teredo  Square, Sechelt. Phone ahead for your  lunch! 883-9962.  Coast Club Cafe- Bright, open,  casual dining for breakfast and lunch.  Fresh is the order of the day for all of our  menu items. Big burgers, pasta dishes,  Mexican specials, sandwiches, salads and  a variety of daily features. Wilh a European flair, ihe Coast Club Cafe offers  dining at reasonable prices. Open from 6  am daily. Join us for weekend brunch.  5519 Wharf Ave., Sechell, 885-9344.  Visa, Mastercard and American Express  accepted - seating for 60.  Frances' Dining Lounge - Join us  for family dining at Frances' Dining  lounge al the Pender Harbour Hotel on  Highway 101. The atmosphere is comfortable, the staff warm and friendly, and  the menu excellent. We are open Monday  to Friday 6:30 am to 10 pm and Saturday  and Sunday 8 am lo 10 pm. Friday and  Saturday are Prime Rib nights; look for  other great specials on Sunday; try our  smorgasbord Tuesday and Wednesday  nights. Enjoy a view of the harbour and  remember lhal private parties can be arranged. Call 883-9330.  Haid-A-Way Restaurant- Bring the  whole family and join us for greal dining  at the Haid-A-Way Restaurant in Gibsons Motor Inn, on Hwy. 101 at Park  Rd. Our friendly, helpful staff and warm,  pleasant atmosphere will add to your enjoyment of our excellent breakfast, lunch  and dinner menu, which includes ;i  children's section. We're open Sun. lo  Wed. from 6 am until 9 pm, and Thurs.  to Sat. from 6 am until 10 pm.On Sunday  our regular breakfast menu is offered  from 6-10 am, our dinner menu is in effect from 2:30-9 pm, and from 10 am  ���2:30 pm, in addition to our regular lunch  menu, we offer a fabulous 'Buffet  Brunch' featuring a scnimptuous salad  bar, a different selection of hot and cold  entrees each week, and showcasing some  of Chef Mario's sculpture. Eat to your  heart's content for only $8.95. For reservations, 886-4501. 55 Seats plus banquet  room. Visa and Mastercard accepted.  The Omega Pbza, Steak And  Lobster House - With a perfect view  of Gibsons marina, and a good time atmosphere, the Omega is a people-  watcher's paradise. You'll often see  Bruno Gerussi, former star of the  Beachcombers, 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:  $20. Reservations recommended. Located  in Gibsons Landing at 1538 Gower Poinl  Rd. 886-2268. Open for Lunch Mon.  ���Fri., 11:30-2:30; Dinner Daily 4-9 pm,  Fri. & Sat.,'til 10 pm.  The Parthenon Greek Tavema  Located on the esplanade in downtown  Sechell. We specialize in Greek Cuisine,  fresh seafood, steaks, pasla, and pizza.  Open 6 days a week ��� Tues. through  Thurs., from 11 am - 10 pm and Fri. *  Sot., II am - II pm. Wc are open foi  lunch - try our doily luncheon specials.  Lunch Is served from II am - 3 pm.  Reservations recommended. Wc also  have take-out - pizza, ribs, pasta, Greek  rood and much more! 885-1995 or  885-2833. Kaihcrina - Hostess.  FINE DINING  Mariners' Restaurant - On ihe  waterfront with one of the mosi spectacular views in Gibsons, the Mariners'  specializes in fresh and live seafood, and  also offers a full range of lunch and dinner entrees. Both menus change daily,  with delicious daily specials. Marine  Drive, Gibsons Landing, 886-2334. Monday to Saturday: Lunch 11-3, Monday lo  Saturday: Dinner 5-10 and Sunday 5-9,  Sunday Brunch 11-3. 100 seals. V. M.C.  The Terrace at BofirtJebrook-With  an ocean panorama, The Terrace at Bon-  niebrook, located on the waterfront at  Gower Point, offers superb West Coast  cuisine in a picturesque and relaxing lodge  setting. For those seeking liner dining and  a higher standard of service we offer fresh  local BC rood, expertly prepared and  preiented in a varied menu of appetizers,  entrees and desserts for lunch arid dinner.  Folow Gower Point road to Ocean Beach  Esplanade. Our hours are: Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday A Tuesday, Din-  ner-5:3O*30 pm; Sunday Brunch-  I0am-2pm. To book special events,  Please call 886-2887.  The Bay fTlpRKET  Your neighbourhood foodmart in  Horseshoe Bay!  Minutes from the ferry line-up.  OPEN 8:30 AM TO 10 PM ��� 7 DAYS A WEEK  6414 Bruce St.- 1 Block Up From Bay Street - Phone 9217155  NOW OPEN  HOURS:  Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday 6 Tuesday  DINNER 5:30 PM - 9:30 PM  Sunday Brunch  10:00 AM - 2:00 PM  Located At Gower Point Rd. 6 Ocean Beach Esplanade  ��� Reservations Recommended ��� 886-2188  WATCH FOR MOTHER'S DAY SPECIALS  '",  NIGHT  ON THE TOWN  Creek House - Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticaied yet  casual atmosphere. We serve rack of  lamb, duck, crab, clams, scallops, steaks,  also daily specials. Reservations recommended. Roberts Creek Road and Beach  Avenue ��� 885-9321. Open 6 pm. Closed  Mondays & Tuesdays. V. MC. 40 seats.  The Wharf - Open for breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a week.  Breathtaking ocean view and sunsets  from every table. Continental cuisine and  seafood at its best. Sunday Brunch from 8  am - 2 pm. Fully licensed and air-  conditioned. Dinner reservations recommended. Hwy. 101, Davis Bay. 885-7285.  EAT IN ��� TAKE OUT  Emie A Gwen's Drive In- Take  out, or delivery. Pizza, dinners, salads,  burgers, chicken, desserts, drinks, ice  cream. Free home delivery within 4 miles,  after 5 pm only, on $10 minimum orders.  Small charge for orders under $10. Open  late every night. Hwy. 101, Gibsons.  886-7813.  Backeddy Pub - Entoy Ihe natural  beauty of Jervis Inlet while lusting one of  our many homeslyle specialties In the  pub; or the casual Riuroundinu of out  family restaurant. Our "Skookum  Burger" is a challenge to the filmiest appetite. Pub hours: Sun. to Thins., 11:30  am to 11:30 pm, Fri. * Sal., It am lo  closing. Kitchen hours: 11:30 am lo 7:30  pm seven days a week. Backeddy Puh  -located Vi mile north of Egmont on  Maple Road.  Cedars Neighbourhood Pub ���  Great food every day all day. Appetizers  and full menu along with terrific daily  specials, available 'till 9 pm every night.  We're known for our great atmosphere  and good times. Sun. - Thurs. open 'till  midnight, Fri. & Sat. open 'till 1 am.  Visa, Mastercard and reservations accepted. 886-8171.  Irvine's Landing Restaurant -  Dinner menu offers a variety of appetizers  and entrees featuring local produce and  fresh seafood in a relaxed setting with  ocean view. Average dinner for two, $30.  We're now open 7 days a week, 11 am to  II pm with our kitchen open from II am  to 10 pm. Pender Harbour, 883-1145,  MC, V, Fully licensed.  PAID ADVERTISEMENT 16.  Coast News, April <&. 1991  SPORTS  WORK FOR Y0r  Swim  season  ends  by Dan Cross  All swimmers are doing very  well as we end another season in  June. Twenty-nine swimmers  from age seven to 19 all had  great swims at a recenl regional  meet at the Percy Norman  Aquatic Centre, hosted by Richmond Aquanauls.  Of 15 clubs attending the  Chinook Swim Club was the  filth largest, and members  swam the fourth most events of  all clubs participating.  MEET RESULTS  Note: A - regional lime; AA  -provincial; 25 metres do not  quality for A or AA.  Malt Graham, 1st A 100 fly,  1st AA 100 Back, 3rd AA 50  free, 1st AA 50 fly, 3rd AA 100  Breast, 3rd AA 100 free; Jordon  Hall 4th 100 IM; 5lh AA 50  free, 1st AA 100 fly, 1st A 100  free, 3rd A 100 back; Jessica  Dayton, 4th A 100 back, 5th  AA 100 free, 6th A 100 breast;  Jessica Wollen, 6th 100 IM, 1st  25 free, 1st 25 back, 2nd 25 fly,  1st 25 breasi; Kelly Kavanagh,  5th A 100 back, 2nd AA 50  free, 3rd AA 50 fly, 1st A 100  free; Ryanne James, 6th A 100  back, 6th A 50 free, 2nd A 50  fly; Chris Hahn, 3rd A 100  back, 3rd A 100 fly, 1st A 50  fly, 6th A 100 free; Rae-Marie  Richardson, 2nd A 100 back,  4th A 50 free, 3rd A 50 fly, 3rd  A 100 free; Jessica McFarland,  2nd 25 free, 2nd 25 back;  Shauna Gourlay, 4th 25 free,  4th 25 back, 6th 25 breasi;  Kristie Kavangh, 1st 25 free, 1st  25 back, 2nd 25 fly, 1st 25  breast; Amanda Saigeon, 1st 25  free, 3rd 25 back, 4th 25 fly, 1st  25 breast; Wendy Lucas, 2nd 25  free, 2nd 25 back, 4th 25 fly,  2nd 25 breast; David Kennerly,  4th 25 free, 6th 25 back; Amanda Fallis, 3rd 50 fly, 2nd AA 50  back, 1st A 50 breast, 6th A 100  free, 6th A 100 back; Craig  Graham, 2nd A 100 fly, 1st A  100 back, 1st A 50 free, 1st A 50  fly, 3rd A 100 free; Sarah  Roberts, 4th 100 fly, 3rd A 50  fly; Joelle Bezaire, 5th 100  back, 3rd A 50 free. 4th 100  free, 3rd 100 breast; Kirsien  Eidet, 6th 100 back, 5th A 50  free, Sth 100 free; Hanna  Henderson, 4th 100 back, 1st A  50 fly, 2nd A 100 free, 2nd A  100 breast; David Murowsky,  3rd A 100 back, 2nd A 50 free,  4th A 50 (Iy, 4th A 100 breast,  4th A 100 free; Sean Heathfield,  2nd 100 back, 4th AA 50 free,  2nd A 50 fly. 2nd A 100 breast,  1st A 100 free; Taze Graham,  5th A 100 back, 4th A 50 free,  4lh A 50 fly, 3rd A 100 breast;  Shane Cross, 4th A 100 back,  3rd A 50 free; Tyson Cross, 6th  A 50 free, 6th A 50 lly, 5th A  100 breast; Josh Hodge, 3rd A  50 lly, 4th 100 free; Ryan  Mellor, 2nd A 100 breasi; Shane  Robinson, 2nd A 100 breast.  Relays: MR - Medlay Relay;  FR - Freestyle Relay, back,  breast, lly, free  200 FR 3rd, Tyson Cross,  Chris Hahn, Taze Graham,  David Murawsky.  200 FR Isl Joelle Beziare,  Rae-Marie Richardson, Hanna  Henderson, Kirstcn Eidet.  200 FR 4th Ryanne James,  Kelly Kavanagh, Sarah Roberts,  Jessica Dayton.  200 FR 2nd Man Graham,  Craig Graham, Shane Cross,  Sean Healhfield.  100 MR 6th Jessica Wollen,  Wendy Lucas, Kristie  Kavanagh, Amanda Fallis.  200 MR 3rd Tyson Cross,  Shane Robinson, Chris Hahn,  Taze Graham.  Jordan Hall  practices  weekly with  the other  dedicated  members of  Ihe Gibsons  Swim Club.  Jod Johnstone  photo  200 MR 4th Kelly Kavanagh,  Sarah Roberts, Ryanne James,  Julie Mellor.  200 MR 1st Craig Graham,  Ryan Mellor, Matt Graham,  Sean Heathfield.  Capilano Highway Services Company  Hired Equipment  Registration  Capilano Highway Services Company operating in the  Howe Sound and Sunshine Coast Highway Districts is  compiling its Hired Equipment List and requests all persons or companies wishing to have their equipment  listed, such as trucks, sweepers, backhoes, loaders, excavators, graders, rollers, etc. should contact the Head  Office at #101 ��� 255 West First Street, North Vancouver.  B.C., V7M 3G8 (Phone 983-2411).  Dally aqulpment hlra will bo baaod on a earn-  patltlva basis, tharafora, all raglatratlon form*  muat Inoludo a rantal rata.  Equipment must be registered by May 15, 1991.  Full details of equipment including serial numbers are required lor registration.  $sd^\^Lmi  Reports ol Blueback have  come in from Texada to Camp  Byng. While the numbers  aren't there, they are starting  to show.  Springs from 7 ��� 15 ibs are still  being taken in limited  numbers throughout the  Coast. We expect the spring  fishing to Improve shortly,  however, watch for closures!  New guides are now available.  Your Fishing Report  sponsored by  THE COAST NEWS  and  TRAIL BAY SPORTS  NATIONAL REAL  ESTATE  SERVICE  RECYCLING TIPS  Help reduce waste by "Precycllng": avoid buying or using  disposable goods such as paper cups, plates and napkins,  diapers, and disposable razors, lighters and cameras. Substitute  durable goods such as cloth diapers and napkins, and you will  very likely save money loo!  Help reduce waste by avoiding products with excess packaging.  Environment Canada slates that 22% of the total cost ol food and  64% of the total cosl of personal care products such as  deodorant and shampoo goes into packaging. Write to the  manufacturers or over-packaged products and let them know you  object to this waste of money and natural resources!  PLEASE USE THE  GIBSONS RECYCLING DEPOT  Operated by SCRAPS  and Super Valu  ��  Sunnycrest Mall  This space sponsored by  GIBSONS REALTY LTD.  886-2277  Open 9am ��� 6pm Mon. - Thurs. & Sunday  9am ��� 9pm Friday & Saturday  NEW HOURS starting Friday, May 17th    9am ��� 9pm 7 days a week  V**"*" "  '   '-" * TiTnillir  n'iniifr)^imi||B��arnlaVa.lnle��lade��lii in l        n Coast News, April 29,1991  17.  Stolen tear oM Mike lafwb.ikM. sad  Brad WingfWd, 15, spent hM weekend  la Osoyoos in a hockey tournament for  the coveted BC Cap. Lewi* aad  Wiagfldd were selected by the BC Bed-  Ever Cimp la Courtney to play in the  provincial competition.  The two Elphinslone students have  been training in Powell River, maldag  evening practices twice a week and back  there on weekends. But their dedication  has paid off. Scouts who spend the  season watching for top players  throughout the province spotted the duo  and last weekend they had their chance  to play for the BC Cup.  The results of the weekend's play were  not in by press time.  Slo-pitch  Two of the heavy-weights,  the Cedars and the Blasters, met  for the first of two meetings this  season in the Cedars Mixed Slo-  Pitch League and when the bell  rang it was the Ball Blasters who  came out on top by a score of  104.  The Blasters, last year's playoff champions, were deadlocked with the Cedars at 4-4 in  the fourth inning, but  methodically increased their  lead with pin-point place hitting  and heads-up base running.  Kent Anderson had a strong  game on the mound for the  undefeated Blasters, while a  good defense caught the Cedars  going for extra bases on  numerous occasions.  THIS WEEK'S GAMES  Monday, April 29, A & G vs  Wrecks at Langdale S.; Scummbies vs Spin-offs at Brothers #2;  Commuters vs Stenners at  Langdale N.  Tuesday, April 30: GBS vs  Cedars at Langdale N; Pigs vs  Creekers at Langdale S.  Wednesday, May 1, Scummbies vs RCVFD at Cliff Gilker;  Cedars vs A & G at Brothers #3;  Wrecks vs Wahoos at Langdale  N.  Thursday, May 2: Blasters vs  Commuters at Langdale N;  Wahoos vs Stenners at  Langdale S; GAB vs Blasters at  Elphinstone.  Sunday, May 5: Stenners vs  Blasters at Brothers #1; RCVFD  vs Wrecks at Langdale N; Commuters vs GAB at Langdale S.  Sechelt Chiefs Soccer Club took their second straight Annual  Sechelt Soccer Tournament trophy, Sunday, April 21, at Ted  Dixon Park. The Chiefs trounced Wakefield 4-0 in the second  round of playoffs then went on to defeat Powell River 'Sliam-  mon' 5-2. Kent Sheridan photo  MINOR  BALL MOSQUITO  DIVISION  Standings as at April 25/91  WL  T PGP  1113 3  3 0   0 6 3  2 2 0 4 4  0 3 0 0 3  13   0 2 4  3 0 0 6 3  12   134  Team  Tldellne Installations  Pronlos  Ken's Lucky Dollar  Omega  Petrocan  Dargati Glan  Howe Sound  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  Competitive Prices  Camp Run  CEDAR ��� FIR ��� HEMLOCK  things to do  on the sunshine coast  ,-<CtJ/V>-i the terrace  .BROOK,  RESTAURANT  fc Campground  Restaurant 886-21881 Office 886.288?  Follow Gower Pt. Rd. 10  Ocean Beach Esplanade  GIFTS    HVNTER GALLERY    GIFTS  handcrafted smrk by local artists  Paintings        Fabric Art     Jewellery  Pottery Cards Prints  Upstairs, Corner ol School & Oowir Pt. Rds��� Gibsons       886-9022  VISITORS  WELCOME  ephi\RBous <  Loungei Snack Bar %��     PowarCara Available  goLf  Hwy 101,2 km*, norm ol Oardtn Bay tumolf  Phone M3-W41  Ladies  luncheon  by Dave Gimrd  Our ladies' "Spring Lun-  j cheon" was a huge success with  42 ladies in attendance. The luff���  cheon was well appreciated and  a special thanks goes out to  Marg Roop as the organizer and  Ruth Norman for all the floral  arrangements.  Preceeding the luncheon the  ladies played a scramble and  here are the results: 1st place,  honors went to the team of Jacquie Hooper, Marcia Keim,  Helen Crabb and Kay Mahoney  with a 38; 2nd place saw a tie at  40 with the team of Mona  Langham, Shirley Grout, Marj  Harbord and Hazel Char-  boneau and the team of Olive  Montgomery, Elite Martin kowski, Vera McAllister and  Debbie Jones; 3rd place, coming in close behind at 41, were  the team of Joyce Reid, Pat  Mitchell, Cathy McQuitty and  Vera Love.  MEN'S MATCH PLAY  Men's match play is coming  down to the wire. The semi  finalistis, decided April 13, were  as follows: John Willcock will  play Bobo Sagansky and Ed  Roop will match up against Jay  Deyman. Finalists of this match  up will be decided in a 36 hole  tournament for the championship.  Men's day produced a large  turn out of 26 golfers. 1st low  gross honors went to George  Langham with 39; 2nd place  was a tie between Bill Dean and  John Willcock at 42; Peler  Waycotl netted 29.5 for 1st Low  Net, with Jim Menzies 2nd,  followed by Bart McDonald  3rd.  Closest to the pin #3 Carl  Reitze and John Willcock  closest on #6.  MONDAY MIXED TWII.lt K  April 22,1991  31 golfers, best ball, alternate  shot. First low gross team: Dick  Lycan and Moni Langham; second low gross team Jay  Deyman and Carol Reid.  Low Net Winners: 1st, Ed  McAllister and Pat Mitchell;  2nd, Mac McFarlane and Joyce  Reid; 3rd, Pete Waycott and  Lois Haddon.  K.P. Winners: #3 George  Reid and Carol Reid; 06 George  Langham and Ev Tapio.  Gibsons  & District  'Public Library  .Hours:  ?Tues. 9:30-5 pmS  Wed. 9 30 5 pm:  ��� Thurs. 12:30-8 pm=  ��� Sal. 9:30 5 pm  ISTORYTIME:   Wed. lOamj  O WORK WEN?  /IK WORLD  1500 Marine Drive   fiinsons  88fi 46?b  Cowrie Slrenl. Sechell  885 58f,a  at^  H  Wi   Rf-  WORKING FOR YOU  100      IOCAI1Y  OWNI I)  {t   OPERATED 18.  Coast News, April 29,1991  CLASSIFIED  PRIME AD SPACE  CALL YOUR AD REP  GIBSONS: 886-2622  SECHELT: 885-3930  CLASSIFICATION*  1. Homes a Property  2. BHtl  3. Obituaries  4. In Memoriam  5. Thank You  6. Personal  7. Announcement  8. Weddings a Engagements,  9. lost ^  10. Found  11. Pets i Livestock  12. Music  13 Travel  14. Wanted  15 Free  16 Garage Sales  17. Barter & Trade  18. For Sale  19 Heavy Equipment  20 Autos  21. Trucks  22. Campers  23 Marino  24. Mobile Homes  25 Motorcycles  26 Wanted to Ront  27 Bed 8 Breakfast  28 For Ront  29 Entertainment  30. Help Wanted  31 Business 6 Home Services  COAST NEWSl  CLASSIFIED  32. Work Wanted  33. Child Care  34 Business Opportunities  35 Legal   DROP OFF YOUR  ^���y THE SUNSHINE-  Coast  CLASSIFIEDS  At Any Of Our Convenient  FRIENDLY  PEOPLE PLACES  In Pender Harbour  MARINA PHARMACY 8832888  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES 883.9551  In Halfmoon Bay  B&J STORE 885-9435  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Street 888.3930  In Davis Bay  PENINSULA MARKET 885-9721  In Wilson Creek  WILSON CREEK CAMPGROUND 885-5937  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 885-3400  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  (Behind Dockside Pharmacy) 886-2622  DEADLINE IS 3:00PM FRIDAY  Bill & Karen Phillips are the Iriendly laces at Will on  Creek Compground, a Friendly People Place when  they'll help you till out your classifieds.  THE BEST  DEAL AROUND  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIED  $.400  4  (minimum |  lot 10 words  {Birlhs Lost &  found FREE)  7% QST  mull M  mimi to all  OUI urifats  Pay for 2 weeks...get the third week  (When paid by CASH, CHEQUE OR MONEY ORDER)  All Classified Ads Must Be  Pre-Paid Before Insertion  Visa and Mastercard Accepted  SURE SELL CLASSIFIEDS  $16 up to 10 words  $1 ���aeh additional word  Your ad, lealuring I Hem. will run 4 consecutive weeke, then will be  cancelled unless you Instruct us to renew ll by noon Saturday.  Not available tor commarclal adeettlseis  CLASSIFIED  DEADLINE  Gibsons & Sechelt Offices  NOON SATURDAY  "Friendly People Places"  3:00 PM Fridays  GIBSONS 886-2622 SECHELT 886-3930  GIBSONS FAX 886-7725 SECHELT FAX 686-3864  Available for public use  ANDERSON REALTY  ��� Recreation ��� Retirement  ��� Relocation  MMW  CATALOGUE  5686 Cowrie SI . Box 1219  Sechell. B C VON 3A0  885-3211 FAX 885-2199  Van. Toll Free 684-8016  By Owner means Miga Savings  to you the Buyer at $99,600  2 storey lamily home, close to  amenities & lerry; 1800sq.lt.. 7  Ige. rooms. 200 sq It. carport.  VI, baths; lenced 60x120' lol.  greenhouse, cold room,  workshop, wood/oil heat  Assumable mortgage 11%% - 5  yrs. Phone 886-7370 #19  Pender Harbour view lol. serviced  to border, uncleared. $29,900  270-2958/883-9095.        #20sr  Modern 2 bdrm home on  acreage, private no reas olter  relused. trade commercial or  sailboat 883-2977 #20sr  WATERFRONT  54' lot - 80 year lease  Keals  Island Try your oiler 886-2691  #20sr  Lot 23 Cenlral Rd., 50x105,  view, level. 3 km lo lerry.  872-1064. #20sr  Cochrane   Road,   good   large  building iol. close to manna &  beaches. $28,500 885-4501.  #18sr  Easy to care lor, 3 bdrm rancher  close lo all amenities. Upper Gibsons $96,500.886-7378 #18sr  Vi acre lol Welcome Woods, oil  Redroolls. Sechelt. Partially  cleared, road installed Near new  school. $29,500 Will accepl  bus, molorhome, 18-20 l/B boal  as pari paymenl 939-2991 .tr.  Unique 3 bdrm. 3 bath home,  spectaculai view, approx. 2500  sq II 883-9418/988-4310  #20sr  5.1 acres, 1 mile Irom Langdale  lerry, $59,000. Call Fred,  886-4654. #20sr  $143,500 duplex in Lower Gibsons lor sale. Each side, 3  bdrms, presently rented lor  $1450 465-4540. #19ss  Drive up Trail 'Ave., past the  arena & discover the new subdivision "Eagleview" on Fairview  oil Lookout. These view lots wilh  underground wiring are cleared  ready lor your dream home.  Signs on properly. Priced Irom  $25,000 up #21s  6.5+ acres, treed, southern exposure, highway access, 7 mm.  Irom Sechelt. $49,500  885-7492. #17  New home. Woodcreek Park,  view. 1800 sq. tt.. many extras.  $149,000 886-3996. #17  Well maintained rancher on large  level lol. 3 large bdrms &  workshop. 3 appl,, upper Gib  sons within shoit walking  distance lo mall, schools, elc  $104,900. 886-7440 (No agents  please). 118  View home. new. Granthams  Landing. 2000 sq II 886-8204    #18  Would you like to semi-ielire'  Revenue with panoramic view  Four 2 bdrm suites in W  Sechelt, 3 bdrm house features  cedar & glass & iacuHi. 30x30  healed workshop, greenhouse  exc garden area & loads ot  potential 885-4731. 885-90M  eves. 118  ATTENTION FIRST TIME BUVERS  Small 2 bdrm home on W68J8C  Road. Madeira Park Some hit-  bour view, yours tor onlv  $56,000 883-9078 #18  Gibsons. Gower Point, choices!  waterlront, panoramic view, '.  acre 581-2904 (Surrey)      #19  DRAPER; James Henry, in his  86th year, passed away in SI.  Mary's Hospital, Sechelt, on April  19. 1991  Henry will be lovingly  remembered by his wile ol 58  years. Isobel. son Richard  (Grace), daughter Pal (Dan); 6  grandchildren; 2 great grandchildren. He will also be deeply  missed by 3 sisters. Ion Wenger.  Ovida Nordquist, Edna O'Brien  and 1 brother. Edward (Millie),  also many nieces and nephews  Henry lived in Sechell lor 21  years where he was past President nl Seniors Branch #69.  No service by request. Cremation In lieu ol Ilowers. donalions  lo SI Mary's Hospital would be  greally appreciated by Ihe lamily.  Memorial lea was held on Saturday April 27. 1991 al Ihe Seniors  Hall in Sechelt. #17  Stanley; Cyle Russell (C.R.), lusi  child lor Carson and Joanne, born  April 7, 1991 al 8:49 pmal Lions  Gale Hospital Weighl 6 lbs. 14  oz. #1/  Randy, Tracy, Cory and Jellrey  Kilagawa are thrilled lo announce  ihe birth ol their daughter and  baby sister, Lisa Lynne. Born al  10:43 pm April 12. 1991 al Sl  Mary's Hospital. Sechell, She  weighed 7 lbs. 13 oz. Proud  Grandparents ate Hiss and Irma  Kilagawa ol Richmond. BC and  Bop and Dolores Bowker ol Ban-  field. BC, We wish lo exlend a  special thank you lo Dr. Pelzold 8  Ihe wonderlul nurses al Sl  Mary's Hospital #17  We are pleased to announce Ihe  birth of our second daughter,  Liona Krisline. a sister lor Freya  She arrived, 2 weeks early. April  2, 1991. weighing 6 lbs. 15 oz.  Proud parents are Diana Van-  Wocrkom and Dennis Olson.  Thanks lo Dr Wesllake, Sue-  Mane and nursing stall al St.  Mary's Hospital. #17  3.   Obituaries  Private Sale - Gibsons  1250 Sq II. 3 bedroom rancher  on .22 acre wilh cedar trees  Large back yard, on quiel cul-de-  sac. Vaulted ceilings, spacious  kitchen and living room. IVi  Balhs. Close lo all amenities  $99,800,886-8143. #17  Level semi-walerlronl lot,  66x130'. services in Perk  tested, very nice area and homes  3 km. Irom village ol Sechell.  Won't last, $32,900 lirm,  885-2544. #17ss  STOCKWELL: Herbert Blair al SI.  Mary's Hospital, April 23, age  80. Survived by daughter Karen  Cormons. sons Ray and Jim  Stockwell. 8 grandchildren. 1  great grandchild, 3 sister A  memorial service was held al SI.  Hilda's Anglican Church,  Sechell Donalions lo SI Mary's  Hospital Auxiliary or Cancer  Sociely #17  In loving memory ol  Dorothy Squires  Blue skies above us  Always slop the rain  But now thai you are gone  tl could never slop Ihe pain  Even though you tell us  You'll never lade away  Because deep in our hearts  We wilt meet again some day  Always remembered by her loving  husband. William Squires and  lamily. #17  SQUIRES: In loving memory ol  Dorothy Mane who passed away  April 27, 1986  Although her smile is gone  lorever  And her hands we cannot touch  We have wonderful memoites  lhat we will forever cherish  01 Ihe one we loved so much  Lord put your arms around her  And gtve her a great big hug  Jell her how much we miss her  And give her all our love.  From   your   loving   daughter  Elizabeth Murphy and son-in-law  Kevin,  and  grandchildren  Annelle, Kevin and Shawn.      #17  5.   Thank Yoi  I would like to say a hearllelt  lhank you again lo all who made  my 80th birthday celebrations so  special Especially Doreen and  Jim Bartley, Jennie Davidson and  Kalhenne McManus  Frank Wesl #17  We wish lo lhank all our Iriends  in Granlhams lor Ihe lovely gill  and good wishes  Geoige and Dorothy Cresswell  #17  Thanks to all lor the cards.  Ilowers and words ol encourage-  menl. especially all my males al  HSP&P. I am home and all is well,  hope to see you soon!  Vern Rottlutl. #17  6.   Personal  Do you need some infoimation lo  deal wilh your legal problem? Call  Ihe Legal Inlormallon Service  885-5881: Mondays and  Wednesdays 9-4 TFN  J  COAST NEWS  PHOTO CONTEST  1. The contest is  open to amateur photographers only.  Employees of Glass-  lord Press or Ihe  Coast News or their  lamilies may not  enter.  2. Pictures must  have been taken in  BC, In 1991.  3. Each picture may  be entered in one  category only. A completed, ORIGINAL en-  try form Irom Ihe  Coasl News musl be  ATTACHED TO THE  BACK ol each photo.  Enter as olten as you  wish, bul photocopies ol the entry  form will not be accepted. In the scenics  category, you must  tell us where the picture was taken. Use  the space provided  on the entry form.  4. Only color prints  CONTEST RULES  with a minimum size  ol 3V, x 5V, inches  and a maximum size  of 8 x 12 inches will  be accepted. Prints  made Irom color  slides are eligible, but  the slides are not. No  Polaroid pictures,  please.  5 Each week's pictures will be considered lor the weekly  prizes. All pictures  entered, whether a  weekly winner or nol,  will be considered lor  a category prize and  lor Best In Show.  6. All entries become Ihe properly of  Ihe Coast News and  will not be returned.  7. A winning photographer must be able  to produce the  original negative or  slide Irom which the  winning print was  made.  Prlze-wlnnl t  photographers may  be asked to produce  written consent to the  publication ol recognizable Individuals In  Iheir photos.  8. The entry deadline is Wednesday,  July 10, 1991.  9. The weekly winners will be chosen  by Coasl News stall.  A special panel of celebrity judges will  choose Ihe Best of  Show and Best in Category winners. The  decision ol Ihe  judges is final.  10. Winners musl  consent to being interviewed and photographed by the Coast  News.  11. Prizes must be  accepted as awarded.  12. Any pictures  may be used for promotional purposes.  I  I  I  I TELEPHONE (days).  NAME   ADDRESS.  CITY   AGE-  POSTAL CODE.  ���  (evenings).  This picture Is entered In the lollowing category (tick ONE only)  DPeople I)Pels end Animals D Sports  Q Babies Q Scenics 11 Other  caption describing place   and date picture was taken.  Sand your army to:  Coaet Nam nolo corneal,  P.O. So, ��to  Otbaona, I.C. VON 1Vt  or drop oil al  Our Qlbaona or  Section olllcaa  6    Personal  Are you a woman in an unhappy  relationship, do you need lo talk?  Call the Sunshine Coast Transition Hotiia lor conlidential 24 hr.  service. 865-2944. TFN  Handicapped woman looking lor  other disabled ladies to lorm exercise and theatre group. Phone  886-8939 #18  Gibsons Business & Prolessional  Women's Club A $250 bursary is  being ottered lo a mature woman  who is furthering her education in  a recognized held. Applications  should provide details ol the  course ot studies, show a linancial need and be submilted by  May 31st lo Box 1012. Gibsons.  BC. VON 1V0 #19  7    Announcements  16  G.iMqe Sales  SUNNYCRESTMALL  [Where happyvfendings  This Thursday is  Seniors' Day  Spccfn] dlacounti ;it  pnrticlpmlng Moll stores.  Bring your Oold Core  C.'iird nnd ravel  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-2896. 886-3463,  TFN  Does someone in your family have  j drinking problem' Call Al-Anon  886-9903. 885-7484. 886-9059,  Al-Aleen 886-2565. NC  Phone us today aboul our selection  ol  beautiful   personalized  wedding   invitations,   napkins,  malches, stalionery and more  Jeanmes Gills & Gems  886-2023  TFN  Adult children ol Alcoholics oi  dislunclional lamilies please call  885-5281 or 886-8165 lor help,  NC  psychIc hIadings  For appointment call Kalawna  885-4883 #17  Like Horseback Riding?  Elphinstone Trail Rides  Call 886-7467  #20  What am I bid'  lor   $8000  plus  ol  items  al  Heritage Society's TV auction on  Channel 11, May II. 6:30 pm lo  midnighl  Inlo? call 886-8998  #17  "OPENING SOON"  DECORATOR'S CENTRE LTD.  Your lull Iloor covering centre  "Qualily & service wilh a Iriendly  smile," 885-4648 #17  GENEALOOT^  Inleresled in climbing your lamily  Iree? Conlacl Coral (Benn) Eady.  886-9101. Recently relumed lo  area. #17  Flower Boxes, Picnic Tables  & 2' High by 6' Long  Planter Boxes Phone Ihe  Sunshine Association  for the Handicapped.  886-8004  #18  Astrological consultations  Specific questions oi in deplh  chart analysis. B86-7930.     #18  Congratulations lo Willie Scltmidl.  Winter Club TV Rallle winner. #17  BROOKS A MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints  Environment  Friendly Points  in All  Colours Ot  The nelnbow    /,'  .Including Oreen t.  Orange and white male cat  "Schroeder", has one ragged  ear, losl In Roberts Creek.  886-7786. #18  Heart-broken boy lost red handle  lack knile on Gower Pi. beach,  Sunday, April 21. Reward.  886-2069. #17  While  female   Samoyed,   losl  Soames Point area. 886-8729.    #17  2 keys on large stalnglassed plaque at Super Valu. 886-7031.  #17  GM Keys. Claim at Coast News.  Gibsons. #17  1 yr. old lemale tabby cat with  while bib. North Fletcher.  886-3375 #17  Pets&  Livestock  Free: 5 monlh old pup. Bouvier  Retriever. 885-7789, 886-2223.  #19  PETFOOD  SCIENCE DIET. IAMS.  TECHNICAL. NUTR0-MAX.  PURINA, WV7NE.  Also lull line ol Lird seed  And much more  Qualily Farm 6 Gardtn  Supply Lid.  Pratt Rd 886-7527  TFN  SPCA SPAVING PROGRAM  Conlact Then & Now Furniture.  699   Highway   101,   Gibsons,  886-4716 or Marlee Fashions.  NC  Help reduce Ihe pet overpopulation problem ��� spay or  neuler your pel NC  AT'i Horseshoeing Service  Experienced, dependable,  prompt Phone 1-978-1920.  #30  Looking lor Mr, Good-dog. Gentle  lemale retriever/spaniel cross requires slud seivice Irom golden  cocker spaniel 885-4048     #19  Quality Horseshoeing  Prompt, reliable and local  886-8771  TFNs  Horses and horse trailer for renl.  Horseshoeing, horse manure lor  sale 886-3260. Ted #17  LIVE PIGS. B-B-0 pigs, goals and  lambs, any size. Mushroom  manure, $3 a bag 886-8251  #17  Malamule woll (Arctic) puppies,  while. $300.885-9675.       #17  Guitar Lessons  Cuslom Built Guitars  Quality Instrument  ���Uleon Vaara  ���volaaaloeial  liporlenee  116-7179 Martin  61 Key Yamaha touch sensitive  keyboard. Like new. $300.  886-3643 #18sr  Violin or Fiddle Instruction  Michelle Bruce  885-9224  #18  Near new Sojin piano. Beaulilul  sound, $1900 0B0 886-7561.  #17ss  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  *  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  SCANDINAVIA  ***Ca//r/ieF,<perfs**#  Viking Crown Travel  872-5112  Fridge In good working condition  886-2164. #17  Top $ paid tor any military Items.  firearms, badges, medals,  bayonets. 886-7591. #17  2 Boats lor medium-heavy water.  17-22 Ft. long. In/out or oul. Will  take hull only. 885-5846.     #17  2 wiie ice cream parlour chairs.  table, 1920s to late '40s,  -memorabella lor a display. Borrow or buy. 885-2338.  885-3575. #17  Used   piano   lor   student.  reasonable cost. 885-3821 eves.  #17  Wanted to buy: Used hydraulic or  cable jacks lor small camper.  886-8039. #18  Wanted to rent: Portable hot tub,  wknd. ol May 17-19. Phone  886-7908. #18  4x8 pool table and access. Will  swap utility trailer or large Bar-b-  q or 7 886-9826. #17  Riding mower in good condilion.  866-3093. #19  Fantaslic! Great variety ol  treasures, junque. some lurniture. spring cleaning finds,  clothes, elc. elc. 2908 Latimer  Rd, oil Stephens Rd , Rbts Ck.  Sun., May 5,11am-4pm.   #17  Moving Out Garage Sale. May 4,  10-6pm. 339 Burns Rd.. Gibsons. Computer desk: day bed:  wall unit: bullet hutch, table &  chairs: small dresser; bookcase,  drapes; dishes; curtain rods:  closel doors, wicker loveseal &2  chairs, ladles 10 spd. bike,  typewriter; light fixtures, much  more 886-9675 #17  May 4. Sal:. 10-4. 744 Hlllcresl.  Gibsons #17  1438 Bonnlebrook Heights. May  4th. 9- 1pm, weather permitting.  Will be Sunday il raining Sal.  #17  Multl family. 5722 Surf Circle.  Sechelt. l0-?pm. Sat.. May 4.  #17  GIANT FLEA MARKET  Plant & Home Baking Sale  Welcome Beach Hall. Redrooffs  Road. Starts 10 am. Sunday.  May  5th.  Table  Rentals $6.  885-3305.885-9269. #17  Giant Flea Market. Sunday. Apiil  28.1 -3 pm, Roberts Creek Hall.  Table inlo. Jane. 886-7610.  #17  Huge Garage Sale  May 4th. Irom 10 'til 4 pm, 2nd  Street (oil Gower Poinl Road.l  #17  Gibsons Winter Club Annual Flea  Market. June 2nd lor table rentals. $15. Phone Carol aller 6 pm  at 886-7801. #19  Big moving sale, corner Burns &  Headlands. Gibsons. 9 lo 3. May  4 & 5. Priced lo sell. #17  Fridge, wicker, washer, tools.  Poplar Lane oil Shaw Rd., May 4  45. #17  11375 Hwy. 101. May 4, Middle  Poinl. Signs. 10-4. #17  May 4 & 5. 10am-3pm. Large  yard sale, low prices, it all has to  go. Furniture,bedding and misc.  Truck, camper, 10x54 mobile  home in disrepair, Irame still  useable. 2025 Hwy. 101 at Leek  Rd. #17  798 Fisher Rd, Granthams. May  4&5lrom9amto3pm.      #17  Multi-family moving sale. Sal.,  May 4, 10-4pm. Ten! trailer, appls.. woodslore, toys, bikes.  1376LockyerRd.Rbls.Ck. #17  2 lamily sale. 10-2. May 4th.  1059 Crow Rd.. Rbts. Ck.  Livestock, building supplies,  skis, dog crales, bi-lold doors &  lots more.  #17  18  For Sale  Built or renovating special, brand  new GE built-in wall oven still In  packing case. $600 firm.  886-9526. #19  Macintosh  Mac 11ci. 80M6 hard drive, extended keyboard, $5200. Wide  choice ol monitors, memory configurations and peripherals. Arriving this week: Mac llsl  systems 886-3483 or 649-5602.  #17  Fir & alder, $70 cord. Free  delivery in Gibsons, phone  886-8667, ask lor Brent.     #17  Selection ol water colours, 40%  oil. 1226 Carole Place (oil  Veterans). Please phone lirst,  886-3416. #19  Top soil. $30 yard delivered  885-9011 #19  Chesterfield & chair; floral print,  traditional style, good cond.  $100 OBO. 886-9449. #19  NINTENDO-SKA  tilts - MMM ��� Trades I  NEW I USED  NEW  Hockey Cards  Baseball CardsV  Football Cards ';���  Basketball Cards  Accessories  ludRlk's  Video* Music  IIS-4III  104 Teredo Square. Sechelt  Whltelnglis16cu.tt.lrWge.exe.  cond., $350; Inglis washer  and/or dryer, $500 or $250 ea.;  small propane slove fits trailer  works well, $60 0B0.886-2749]  #17  Colonial style cream & brown love  seal & chair, like new, $400; love  seal & two chairs, beige & rust,  dowered, like new, $600  886-7766. #<9  Small larm tractor wilh plow, disk  & cultivator. $1800. 886-4668  after Spm. ,017  liAlMMMM Coast News, April 29,1991  19.  PERENNIALS  Foi Year-Round Bloom  Huge selection of  container grown  plants ready now.  More coming i, on  every week.  MELVILLE  Cottage  Gardens  Wed. ��� Sun.  Sam - Spm  First road north  IMS Tyaon Rd..  al boltom ol  Sechelt        Rat Portage Hill  Pentax 645/80-160 zoom 120.  Back & extras. Mint condition.  886-4886. #17SE  Whites' Commercial Dry Suit.  Like new! Only 60 dives. $800  OBO. Michel 886-8152.       #19  For sale or Irade lor Iruck. 24 ft  Chris-Craft boat. 165 mere,  blown leg. 885-4704. #17  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  885-5644  ___         TFN  Ladies pink diving equipment, as  new. $950 OBO. Trades  welcome. 885-3374.        #18sr  Log burning "acorn'' lype lire  hood. 48" wide. Complete with  smoke pipe, hearth, etc. Asking  $400.886-8562. TFNs  5 HP Briggs hydraulic wood splitter - Highway tires. $850  886-8290. #17  Custom made couch and  loveseat. earth tones, as new,  $800. 886-7836 alter 5 pm.  #17  Topsoil. gravel. Iill. Foi price,  delivery: Ray, 885-9373. Doug.  885-5070  #18  Hide-a-bed. excellent condilion,  $250 885-4578, #18  Freezer, 4x4', excellent condition, $150 OBO, 885-4883.  885-7199.  #17  Kenmore electric slove. good  condilion, $175, 886-3255,  #19  Laser 128EX computer, Apple 2E  comp. Amber monitor, game,  programs, $500.886-9452. #19  14' libreglass hull wilh windshield. $200 TLC. 886-2431. #17  16 cu. ft. Iridge wilh Ireezer top.  Good working condition. $200.  886-7519. #17  Doll cart wilh wide rubber tires,  never used, $85.883-2661. #19  BARK  MULCH  lor landscaping.  gardening,  riding arenas, etc.  Trucking lo be  paid by customer  Also available  CEDAH chips  Phone 186-7043  (1 to 4 pm) ,��  CASH PAID  For Some Cars and Trucks  Dead Dr Removal  Aon Used Auto Parts  ���nd Towing  666-2020  TFN  Pony saddle & bridle, $60;  Kroehler sola & chair, $50; Kenmore 110 dryer & stand. $250;  Apollo 10 spd.. $75; 3 Prince  lennis racquets. $30 ea.; Tandy  1000HX computer & colour  monitor, $700. 2 prolessional  massage tables. $295 ea Tasco  4'A" dia telescope. $250.  886-3093. #19  Sauna heater, new complete wilh  controls. $125,885-1953.    #17  Sears 0-Pedic kingsize. Near  new. Originally $2200 sacrilice  $500 886-3364. #18  Twin Sel Bed. Good condilion.  $100,886-8610. #18  Goll ciubt. & bag. 2 metal woods.  5 irons Sputter. $125. wilh cart.  $150.886-9893 (R/H).       #18  Wanled. Egg Incubators  886-3457  #19  Girl's 6 spd Velo sport bike. exc.  cond., Ills ages 8-12 yrs.. $80  after 6 pm. Francine, 886-7535.  #17  90% motionless queen size  waterbed, complete wilh headboard and six drawers; Iridge;  slove; dresser; two night tables;  couch & chair: recliner; deep  freeze; BBO; Iwo burner side  chel; microwave, lawn table.  886-3B85. #17  Rhododendrons t Azaleas. Same  low priest, $3.25-$15. No GST.  Large selection. Roberts Creek  Nuriery, 2569 Lower Road,  686-2062. #17  26' colour TV, remole control.  new. $1000 OBO; new bed  chestertield. $500; condor chair,  new. $1500,885-7896,       #17  Check oul oui recenl linds in  books circa 1800s. We're constantly changing, come on in and  poke around. For Olde Times  Sake. Sandy Loach, prop  886-8261. #17  Coleman 4 burner propane slove,  glass oven door, thetmo controlled Exc cond., $75 lirm  885-5385 #17  Ceramic kiln w/accessories,  some molds, $500. portable  glass grinder & stained glass  supplies. $125 885-6140.   #19  Viking 30" coppertone. sell-  clean slove, $359; Gurney while  30" stove, $249; Inglis Sterling  white wilh auto cycle, $257;  Gurney Chalelel 30" H.G. stove,  $389; Kitchen Aid Superba built-  in dishw. top ol Ihe line, $379;  Kitchen Aid Imperial built-in  dishw.. super shape. $259; Moffat H.G. 15 cu. In. Iridge, $397;  Enterprise 30" H.G, Gas slove,  $389; and more, all recond..  guaranteed lor 90 days to 2 yrs.  Corner Cupboard, 885-4434 or  805-7897, #19  Will buy non-working Iridges and  stoves. 885-7897. #19  Galvanized sleel screen shelving.  4'x5 portable sections, 5000sq.  It avail. 885-3469 #18  BOBCAT 642 low hours, extra  mounting plate, good rubber.  885-3469. #18  Sears 8 HP Roto-tiller. $500 OBO;  tires on rims. 2- 185x13-5 boll.  IP185- 75R-13MS, $35 ea All  good cond ,885-5683.        #16  WATER PURIFIER~(eleclrolux),  ultraviolet light & charcoal. One  new, $499, one slightly used,  $330. HELIUM BALLOON. 10'  diameter, outdoor advertising.  $550 883-2750. #18  B 6 J SOILS  Mushroom manure, bark mulch,  cow manure, top qualily. Best  prices. 885-7382. #18  Barnelt Phantom Pistor  crossbow. 20 bolls, $75.  886-7521. #18  ~HAY S4.00/Bale  Whole Oats $5.00/50 lbs.  Phone 885-9357  #TFN  Uied Railway Ties - great foi retaining walls, 886-8204.      #18  25" console TV; small desk; Iwo  livingroom chairs. 885-2243 #18  Bookshelf. $75: maple bedroom  suile, $350; man's 10 spd, $75;  davenpoil & chair. $100; stereo  system & stand. $150; sewing  machine, $25; mirror, $25.  886-2272 #18  Used Camaro Hop. $495 lor the  set, wilh covers 886-9500  anytime. #18sr  '74 Mercury station wagon, aulo,  new exhausl system, new  radiator, new water pump. Good  condilion $795. 886-9500  anytime. #i8sr  '70 Dodge Dart slant 6. Runs  well, pans avail.. $600 OBO.  Phone 885-7284. TFNs  1981 Dodge Omni, 4 dr.. hat-  chback. 4 cyl.. aulo. Recent  work, no rust. $795. 886-7227.  #TFN  Volvo Stalionwagon. call Gaye  886-9343 belore 5:00 pm  886-2411 alter 5.00 pm.  #17  Super Buy  1986 Honda Civic, 5 speed, one  ownei Very low mileage $6500  885-9619. #17  1978 Dodge Aspen Good condition. $600 885-3929. #17  1976 Volate Wagon, slant 6,  reliable, low mileage. Asking  $1500 886-3841. #18ss  1983   Camaro  Berlinella,   V8,  aulo. PS. PB, mags, new tires.  2nd owner, $6500 885-7280,  #18  '86 Honda Accord. 4 dr.. 5 spd,,  A/C. exc. cond.. $8500 OBO.  886-3317. #18  1990 Nissan Senlra, 4 dr., 5  spd, 23,000 km, lactory am/lm  cass. & A/C. Van. comm. car,  must sell, CAA reliab. award,  $11,800 Phone 886-8784    #18  '86 Merc. Sable. 8-pass wagon,  low mileage, very clean.  886-2457. #17  73 Renault SW. 4 cyl std. Runs  well. $400. 885-9553. #18  FIRST $500 TAKES!  68 silver/grey Cougar. 302 V8  auto - suns runs, needs brakes  886-2215. #18  '79 Buick Century S/W in good  condition. $2500 OBO  886-8969. #19  '72 Chevy Nova SS, 350. 4 barrel. 4 speed. $3000. 886-8772  John, after 6 pm. #17  1980 Datsun 510. good cond..  $400 883-1177. #19  1978 Olds 98. $1000 OBO.  886-7114 #17  1975 Ponliac Ventura Custom, 2  dr , hard lop. 267 V8 auto,  PS/PB, clean inlerior, straight  body. $549 lirm. 886-7227. TFN  1980 Dodge Omni, runs bul  needs some work. $500.  885-6140. #20ss  1988 5 lure Hatchback Mustang.  36.000 kms . exc shape Cave.  886-8825 #19  1979 Mercury Zephyr, 4 dr.,  power steering and brakes, all  season and winter lues. $1200  OBO 885-3335 #19  1977 Ford Econoline Van, P/S,  P/B. $550 060. 886-3641.#20ss  1982 Toyola Celica GT. exc.  cond.. many exlras, sunrool,  cassette 886-9143. #19  '82 Subaru 4 dr.. Iron! wheel  drive, $1100 OBO, 885-5423,  #17  1980  Datsun   510.   5   spd..  reliable.   $650  OBO.   Gibsons  886-8822 or pager 1-977-4431.  #17  1976 Chev Malibu, good cond.,  $1200060 886-3661 eves. #19  1981 Capri. 6 cyl. auto trans.,  very good cond., $1850.  886-9525 alter 3:30 pm.      #17  '79 Cadillac Sev.i'i. lully loaded.  $6500. 886-8510 evej        #18  1979 Bronco, good bush Iruck.  $900 OBO 885-2013 #18  1967 Ford, 'h ton. 6 cyl, standard, original paint, $475 OBO.  885-3138 #18  71GMCPU. n ton with cap, 8V  std., Irade tor small car.  886-8934 ��t 8  1980 Toyota 4x4 pick up, c/w  canopy, rack, extra engine,  transmission, transler case.  $2300 OBO. will sell separately  885-9440 after 5 pm #18  1976 Chev heavy duly Hon pickup. 292. 4 speed $2200 OBO.  886-8101 #18  67 Chev v> ton Pick-up. 350, 2  barrel. $3000 John 886-8772,  after 6 pm #17  F-350 Camper Special I ton. only  54 000 mil, 75, exc. cond .  dual lanks, $3900 OBO  886-8779 #19  1987 Ford S Model P.U. V-6.  automatic, dual luel. .propane/gas, box liner & canopy.  77,000 kms , $8000 OBO.  886-8633 #19  1979 H ton GMC 4x4 w/ winch.  $3000080 886-7114 #17  1989 Dodge W250 PU. 4x4. HD.  4 spd, 318 EFI, 3000 lbs  payload, 32.000 kms, cuslom  paint Take over lease al $386,90  per mo, 34 mo left plus casi1 to  you 886-7733 or 886-7454, #1?  1986 Ford F250 S/C 6 cyl., 4  spd.. limited slip, good cond.,  $8500 885-5444. #20ss  1975 Ramcharger. Very good  mechanical shape, A real power  cruiser. Asking $2100.  886-9535. #17  1955 Chev 4x4. completely  rebuilt. $7500; 1980 Dodge %  ton, $4000. 885-7989.        #17  jutais    'a  S15J  it end      5  Dining mom table & chair sel.  Good condilion. $250 OBO.  886-4628. #17  T t S SOIL  Mushroom Manure-Bark Mulch  Topsoil Mixed  You pick up or we deliver. Phone  885-5669 TFN  Nishiki expedition 18 speed,  mountain bike. Good condilion.  $175 885-3790 #18sr  New 3 Ion engine hoist.  knockdown style. $500 Cost  $1200.885-2544. #18sr  Hay mower for small tractor. 6  leel cut. $400  885-9357 #17  Moving Fridge. $150; slove,  $250, washer& dryer, $300; hot  lub. $1000: small organ. $100  885-3183 #17  For sale or Irade lor dresser, Collins 8 loot lighted canopy.  885-4704 #l7  BOBCAT t  MINI EXCAVATOR  FOR RENT  Attachments available  DAY, WEEK, MONTH  886-8538  TFN  Ramp truck, air braksi,  shape. $4500.866-3924.  #19  1986 Ford Tempo $4700 OBO.  883-2906. #20sr  1985 Toyola Tercel, auto., good  cond. $6500. 885-4520. eves.  #20sr  1977 Chevy deluxe Nomad van,  captains' seats, needs work,  parts. 685-2207. #20sr  1979 Suzuki LJ soft lop. 6500  kms. on new engine, second  owner, $3500 reduced lo $2500  OBO 885-4019. #18  '77 AMC Matador, 50,000 miles,  exc. cond.. $1200 OBO.  886-3992 #19ss  '73 Volvo SW, luel injection, new  brakes, $350. 886-346B.     #18  1980 Ford Crown Vicloria, lully  loaded. 98,000 miles, asking  $1895 OBO 885-4019.        #18  LWeaam^  yr-  SAVE   i  20-80% i  V AT COASTLINE 5  It USED AUTO PARTS J  f Spring Specials   '  4 Any alternator  a) starter, rotor  4 Itansmission, rest end j,  fU pull, .only* . $59 2  4 Full Service Available!  5 Lowest Prices!     *  KU 78 Stewart Rd  .j��>  j 886-7227^  ���Wv  Sacrifice. 1967 California style  bug. New ISOOcc molor, race  cam. dual Weber carbs. quick  shifter, 300 k on engine; custom  paint & mags. $2500 Firm.  885-3865. #18sr  '81 Escort wagon, 4 cyl., auto,  am/lm casselte. Good on gas,  $2000,886-2198. #20sr  1965 Ponliac Cuslom Spoil, 2  dr.. hardtop, rebuill 327-350 HP.  Immac. inlerior $2300.  886-2694. #20sr  1979 Foid Stalionwagon, loaded,  $600 OBO. 883 9165.        #17s  1979   Camaro,   exc    shape.  $3000.883-9165 #19s  1982 Cutlass, needs work, runs  good. $1900 OBO. 883-9165,  #19s  1987   Camaro,   loaded,   low  mileage, exc cond.. or trade lor  best backhoe. $9500. 886-7013.  #17ss  85 Olds Sierra, loaded, $6500  1975 Chev P.O., V8, 4 spd,.  $800 or $1100 wilh canopy  886-4795. #17  78 Buick Estate Wagon. P/S,  P/W, P/B. $1800 OBO.  886-7464. #17  New rebuilt  289 V8 engine.  $750. 885-5703. 885-3122.  .    #17  1977 Chev. Blazer, good shape.  53,000 miles, $3000, 4x4, Inquiries, 886-3839. #17  1973 Plymouth Cricket.  Automatic, 4 dr.. hatchback  Motor and transmission just  done. Some rust, good reliable  transportation. 886-8070. $875.  #18  1977 Toyota Stalionwagon, 5  spd., rebuilt engine, new tires,  brakes. Excellent condition.  $1475.866-7559. #18  1989 Isuzu Trooper, 5spd., 4x4,  39,000 kms.. am/lm cass.  Phone 886-8784, $14,700.   #18  77 Chev 4x4, Va ton, rusty but  runs well. $1200 OBO.  885-5423 #17  '87 Dodge Dakota with cellular.  Make an otter. 886-8116.  #18sr  1978 Ford FI50 newly rebuill  engine, new brakes, ball., tires.  $3000 OBO, 885-5896 eves.  #18sr  1969 3 ion Chevy flatdeck. exc.  run. cond.. needs inspection,  $3500.886-3001. #18sr  1984 Ford Ranger 4x4  Mechanically sound. $6500 OBO.  885-5697. #18sr  1980 Jeep Cherokee 4X4,  PS/PB. 360, 4 Bbl.. gd. cond..  $3500 OBO. 886-8922      #20sr  1977 Chevy Deluxe Nomad van,  parls only 885-2207.        #20sr  1983 Ford Ranger Pick-up.  4-speed, 8 It. box. 120,000 km.,  $2900 886-8960 #20sr  1984 Ford Ranger 4x4.  Mechanically sound. $6500 OBO.  885-5697. #1801  '89 Ford 250 HD, 4x4, diesel, 5  spd., PB, an, cruise. Iill, PW.  PD, 2 lanks, more! 886-7013.  #20sr  1985 GM Won, good cond.,  $7500. lake over payments  885-5864. #18sr  1980 GMC van. customized.  $2500 OBO, 883-9165.     #19sr  1978 GMC 1-Ton dually, camper  special, $3000.883-9165 #19sr  1978 GMC pickup, campei  special. V8, PS/PB, $1750 OBO  883-9165 #19sr  '81 Dodge Ram 50. 4x4, alum,  rims, no rusl. air cond., $2850,  886-3924 #19  I 22. Campers  29' travel trailer. 1974. totally  sell-cont., good cond., $5500.  439-1650. Located Sechelt. #19  1989 Slumber Queen camper top.  7Y>', ideal lor small P.U. trucks,  like new. C/w 3-way Iridge.  3-burner stove, lurnace, am/fm  casselte, stereo, ac converter,  new RV battery. A bargain at  $6300. No GST. 885-3399.   #19  Leaving country, must sell. 1975  23' sell-cont. travel trailer. Very  clean. $4500 OBO. 886-9675.  #19  Wanted lo renl or buy, small tent  trailer, or approximately 12'  trailer in good condition., to resp.  family ol Ihree. 886-2691 or  886-2604. #17  18' Holidaire 73, exc cond  asking $4200. 886-3542   #l8sr  Dodge Maxi Van De-Lux 1988  13,368 km. Fridge, slove, oven,  furnace. Hush toilet, sink, awnings. A/C all powered. New  cond   $29,000. 885-3789  #20sr  1977 Chev. raised rool van conversion, low miles. $6000.  883-9110. #20sr  1976 Dodge 20' molorhome  $9500. will take trade  883-9110 #20sr  We wish 10 renl a molorhome for  week ol May 6lh. 886-8558. #17  12' Security, lurn., h/waler,  slove w/ oven, $2000 OBO.  886-7114. #17  19' Security travel trailer. Fridge,  slove. healer, shower, toilet,  hwl. sleeps 6. $2300 886-9135.  #19  1973 - 30'Fifth Wheel. $990oin-  cl. hitch. 885-4862 or 521-1990  #19  87 Deluxe 24' Molorhome. exc  cond. 886-8481. #19s  1980 Chev P/U. 6 cyl. with 1989  camperetle, $2900 comp  885-5492. #I7SS  27' Airslream. 1973 Deluxe  _ model, new carpel, beds, ready  ~* to travel. $9900. 885-1942  #17ss  79 4x4 Blazer, very little iusI  bul needs body work. $1300  OBO 886-2322. #18s  1 Owner 4Uon Dodge diesel  pick-up. Excellent condition  886-9016 tor details etc  #17  1980 GMC pick-up, V, Ion. slum  box, 6 cylinder, 4 speed Good  condition $3000 lirm 885 3429  evenings #17  The perfeel teen car, 1974  Firebird, $700 OBO. Call  886-7516. us  1976 Chev. Impala. hard-lop,  350 eng., rubber OK. runs quietly, $950.885-2157. #18  1980 GMC Suburban Sierra  Classic - loaded. $6900  886-4561 #17  1981 Ford f250 4x4 no rust  exc. cond., camper canopy  $5500.886-7013. #!7ss  1975 GMC Van. rebuilt trans. 3  spd.. rusty bul runs, $250 OBO  886-2774. #17ss  1975 Dodge step-up van, multiple uses. $900.886-7795    #17  1971 24' Winnebago. Class A,  garage kept, healed, exc cond .  $13,000, 885-9366. days or  886-3262 eves. #17  28 trailer, big windows, phone  cable, hitch, double sink. $7900  OBO 886-2350. #17  13' Boler.  $1500  Sleeps 4 - 886-8719  #18  M.V. Blacklist!. 24' Owens, well  appointed large lish deck, Coasl  Guard inspected, moorage, parking, hydro paid till Dec/90,  leaturing new Swann auto, anchor pkg., new LMS. 200 w/  Loran C. new lenders & brackets,  mooring lines, new windows,  completely relinished hull and  swimgrid, new handrails. Hush  mount Fishon rod holders (5)  FWC 318 Chrysler. 120 hrs and  much more, $10,500.885-7977.  #18sr  22' H/T cruiser. 225 OMC. VHF,  sounder, bait tank, winch, head,  sink, stove, down riggers, rod  holders, trim tabs, 425 hours,  moorage till Aug. 91, $5500.  886-4690. #18sr  30' disp. cruiser, 340 Chry dual  hyd. str. live bait tank, VHF/CB.  stereo, sounder, $7950 OBO,  885-2814.885-2515        #20sr  18' Sangsler 120 hp r cyl. I/O  Sounder, trailer. Good cond  $4250 OBO. 886-9047.     #20st  19V?. Sangster. 160 Johnson; EZ  loader trailer; skis; hie jackets;  anchor; oars; inboard tanks plus  day tank $4500. 886-3001.  #18sr  E-Z-Loadsr Trailers Sales and  Service. Trades welcome.  8831119. TFN  W.G. Sutherland Sales and Service. Mariner Force and Mer-  cruiser. 883-1119. TFN  Moorage In Sheltered Sechelt Inlet. Open moorage, $2 per II. incl. water and electricity. Royal  Reach Marina, 885-7844. 5758  Wharf SI.. Sechelt. VON 3A0 #25  H/D EZ-load boat trailer, IB'.  885-7586 #20sr  14' Glasscratl Deep V Runabout,  35 HP Johnson with low hours,  and trailer, $2400. Will sell  separately. 886-2738.       #19s  M.C.M.M.C.   MN.A.M.S.  M.A.B.YC   ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants  Jftttk  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70      HP  1989-1990 Evinrudes. Excellent  condition.   Lowes   Resort  883-2456. TFN  Yes! There is a reliable local pro-  pellor repair service. 885-5278  TFN  24' Turner Classic, mahogany  wilh Chrysler hemi. well-  equipped with or without C  licence 883-9555. #20sr  41' Cruise-a-home house boat,  sleeps 9, exc cond��� $26,500  OBO 885-1943 #20sr  M  Mobile Homes  1980 14x70 Manco Mobile wilh  8x70 cedar deck/addition. Quiet  private setting in peaceful Ikeion  Park. Immaculate cond.,  $39,900. To view. 886-2627.  #18  30' Fifth Wheel on pad. Davis  Bay. $9900. 885-4862.  521-1990. #19  25  Motorcycles  17'/,' KC ihcrnioglass with 80  HP Meicury VHF. CB. etc.  Trailer, chuckwagon back  $3800OBO 885-7251 #17  39' converted W Coasl Trailer.  Diesel. VHF. SSB. Video  sounder Radar Exc. lor live  aboard or extended cruising  Survey avail $72,500 or oilers.  883-2928 #16  EVINRUDE OUTBOARDS  Special savings on all models in  stock. Full marine services. Hyak  Marine Services. 886-2246. #18  16V libreglass boat, 7N. beam.  New seats, new steering, single  axle trailer, built-in libreglass gas  lanks. $2800, reduced lo $2500  OBO 885-4019. #18  22' Sangsler w/ trailer, 228  mere, I/O, VHF 2 sounders, anchor, winch, slove. ice box. ball  lank $10,000,886-7114.    #17  79 16' Sangster. full lop. walk  Ihru. w/s 100 HP Johnson O.B..  galv. trailer. $3800. 886-9452.  #19  24' Bayliner with Merc 88.  $9500.883-2661. #19  13' Boston Whaler style Livingstone, new 40 HSP Merc,  electric start, trailer. $3850  886-3924. #19  K  In Stock at  EN MAC  n/f/c  Oil Filters. Batteries. Tires.  Riding Gear, etc  Phone Jay al 866-2031  1987 535 Yamaha Virago, exc  cond . IO00 kms . asking $2500  or trade. Phone 886-4690  #20sr  '81 Kawi 1000J Header, good  rubber Like new Fast  885-5492 #18sr  Honda CR250 in excellent condition Lots of new parts Asking  $1500call 886-7306 #18  Clean 3 bdrm. single wide.  Sechell. appls.. drapes,  deck, pets, lamilies  welcome.  NICK PROACH  Sutton-Sentlnel Really  2 ��� Y2 125 1982 runs, looks  good 1981 lor parts, $600 OBO  885-5105 aller 4:30 pm       #19  Squire sidecar, two seals, brake.  Will install. $2200 OBO  885-7430 #20ss  26. Wanted to Rent  One bdrm. foi molher (4 six year  old son. Clean, quiet, responsible N/S, N/D 885-7919     #17  One or two bdrm, suile needed  lot leader ol Youth Exchange program. June until October Furn.  or unlurn Tenant will be a  responsible person Conlact Pal  Winlield. Vancouver.  1-732-5113. #18  2 Bedroom suile. suitable lor  quiel lemale artist. Reasonable  Between Gibsons & Sechell. Call  collect 853-0740 #19  We wish to renl a molorhome lor  week ol May 6th. Please call  886-8558 #17  N/S prolessional working couple  desire 2 bdrm. ste. ot small  house preferably with W/D lor  June 1/91 al reasonable rem  B86-7967. #19  PARK SPACES  Sechell & Gibsons  Singles & Doubles  For into call collect  597-3322  #TFN  14V., 11. libreglass boat. 50  Merc, & trailer, $1650 DBD.  883-9165, #19s  12' aluminum boal and trailer  $350.883-2808 #17  14'/,' K & C. 1989 60 HP  Johnson VRO wilh only 120 hrs  Trailer. $4700 885-6050.    #17  18' Double Eagle I/O, H/T, canvas, trailer, access, $4100 OBO.  885-2143. #17  20' Glasply cabin cruiser. 2v.,  yrs warranty on 115 hp Merc.  0/B (new lasl Apr,, only 19 hrs.  use) Incl 8 5 Merc, kicker, new  canvas lop. new depth sounder,  stove, icebox, bail lank.  $13,500 883-2779. #19sr  1982 21 Champion exc shape;  economical V6 I/O, comes wilh  deplh linder; down rigger, VHF  Lois ol extras Tandem axle  Irallei $12,000 B86-9490 flfJst  1989 Pacilica 20' Whaler. 1989  75 hp Marinei Warranty $6500  883-9110 #20si  1979 F250 Supercab c/w 1962  Open   Road  camper.   Camper  needs some work, $6000   To  view call 885-5335 after 6 pm.  #17  83 Dodge Maxlvan by Suncoach.  sleeps 4, propalne gas, capi  seats. Hush toilet. 3-way Iridge.  oven. TV. $16,500 OBO, Exc,  cond., 886-8487. #18  20 ft. Frontier Trailer, new  upholstery, tandem axle. $6500  OBO. 886-2678. Deplh sounder  used once. $200. #17  79 Scamper Truck lop 16'  camper. $1750 060 weekends.  886-3348. #18  1978 11' Husky camper. Stove,  lurnace. 3-way Iridge. 110 & 12  voll wired, double sink, waler,  toilet, hydraulic lacks plus tie-  down bar. Ex. cond. $3000.  886-3401. #19  '61 Dalsun 4x4 Kingcab Good 11'camper, 3 way Iridge. oven,  work truck. $1100 OBO lurnace, $1500060.686-8779.  866-3317 #181 #19  1980 GMC P.U.. <h Ion. short  box. 6 cyl.. 4 spd., good cond ,  $3000 lirm, 885-3429 eves   #17  1983 Ford F150 4x4. exc running cond., $3500 OBO  883-1194. #IB  Looking lor a work horse' 1975  while, 5 ton Hal deck. Good rubber, runs well. $2000 OBO.  Peninsula Transport 886-2284  #18  1981 28   Tandem boat trailer.  $1500 080 883-9110.     #20sr  1987  Silverline  15'  libreglass  hull. $500 883-9110       #20sr  2 bdrm. Alco 14x70 mobile in  Gibsons, complete with all skirting and deck to be moved, exc  shape, $25,000 OBO. For appointment lo view call 545-1760.  #20sr  16 Fl. trailer wilh toilet, slove &  Iridge Good condition $2,350  Wilson Creek Campsite Come  and see. Daniel #17  1971 12x68 mobile. 3 appliances, $22,500 OBO.  885-4734. you move. #17  Trailer for sale. 1983. 28' Citation Separate bedroom, lull kitchen, big Iridge w/lreezer. 4  burner slove w/oven hood Ian.  bed-sofa, bath w/shower. Tv  anlenna. cable & phone hook-up.  furnace, canopy, 4 brand new  radial tires & new battery. 2 propane lanks $18,000 885-2271  after 6 pm, #17  ADVERTISING  FOR TENANCY  New British Columbia legislation  prohibits advertising which  discriminates in the renlal ol properly. For example a person who  stipulates "no children" as a  condilion of rental vould be in  violation of the Family Status and  Ihe Human Rights Acts. The  landlord who places Ihe advertisement and the newspaper  which publishes 11 would both be  in contravention of the legislation  and could have a complaint tiled  againsl them The Coast Newt  will therefore nol accept such  dlscriminaloryads. TFN  Why Pay Rent?  S574"/rr1onth  Will buy you a new 2 or  3 bdrm.  home with  stove, Iridge, carpets  and drapes.  5% Down OAC  Call Colled 597-3322  Pad available  $190 monlh  S.C.M.H. Paik  886-9826  MUSI SELL1 17' Calglass 120  HP I/O wilh trailer. $4900  886-8008 #19s  14 Fl. aluminum. 9.9 Evinrude,  swivel chair, trailer. EZ loader.  near new $3200 OBO.  885-6150. #17  14' Fibreglass. 1980 25hp.  Evinrude. recently tuned &  trailer. $1500. 886-8290.  #17  NEED MOORAGE FOR SUMMER?  will sublel 32 ft. space at Gibsons  Marina. Phone 886-2864.    #17  24' Fibertorm 260 Volvo engine.  280 leg. power anchor,  d/soundei. CB. dinghy, gas  detector. Outlined lor fishing,  $9700.886-9377. #17  Moorage - Secret Cove  40' Slip at Jolly Roger Inn. including power and reserved parking.   Yearly  only.   Vancouver  1-929-6751. #18  19' Sangsler I/O. spare motor  and leg. $6500.683-2749. #20ss  Spectacular view, batchelor collage, newly renovated, lurn.  $450plusutils,.-886-8305,  #19  4 bdrm . 5appl.. Vh bath. pool.  Lower   Gibsons.   $950   mo  922-2982 eves. #19  1 bdrm. wilh shared accomodation ol large new house in Gibsons. $100 per wk., 886-8952  after 7 pm. #19  Single P/T mom lo share July  Isl. big 3 bdrm, house with N/S  person $390 incl Oil Pratt Rd  Ph 886-7661 #19  Biand new 1620 sq. 11,3 bdrm.  lownhouse Covered balcony, lit  baths, soaker lub. skylight, 6  appl., mini-blinds, carport. $950  per mo 230-4099 #19  1 bdrm apart., heat, light, incl  $400 plus damage dep  886-9233 #17  Gibsons duplex, large 2 bdim  upper Iloor Fantastic view, $650  plus util Large 1 bdrm down  $445 plus util Both avail immed Lease 255 2044 #17  USED HOMES  FROM  $12,900  597-3322  #TFN  1977  Travelease  trailer,  exc  cond.. 40x8'with2lipouts Propane stove, lurnace. elec. 20 gal  H.W.T.. microwave, full Iridge. 4  pee. balh. new carpet/lino, lully  lurnished. big sunny pad in Bon-  niebraok. Quick sell. $17,000  OBO. Gean. 686-4526.  886-8107 #18  Sunshine Coeit  Mobile Home Park  Under  New Management  Carol and Charlaa bring Iheir many year, of  management experience  lo ihe Sunehlne Coael.  We took forward lo many  happy and rewarding  year. In Glbeoni. II you  need a quiet, clean,  aecure location tor your  mobile do not heeltatc lo  call or villi ut. New pad,  available.  141J Htejhway 101.  ���M-MI6  PROPERTY  MANAGEMENT  SERVICES  We will  ��� Scieen potential renters  e Do movmg-ln inspection  ��� Arrange lor maintenance &  repairs  e Collect the rent & damage  deposit  ��� Disbutse rent monies to  owner  e Do moving-out inspection  BRAND NEW  BUILDING  Ideal shop/retail/industrial  steel building in Seamounl  Park 28x52' with mezzanine, office, washroom,  shower and overhead crane.  Two large bay doors, easy  access, security lenced.  Conlacl Steve Sawyet.  Avoid ail the fiinlii and  problems, and lor lull I  pittance, cali the Property  Management Expert, Stove  Sawyer at  GIBSONS  REALTY LTD.  886-2277 20.  Coast News, April 29,1991  Porpoise  Bay    New  3  bdrm  home Fantastic view, t blk tram  beach. 5 appl. $950 plus utils  Lease 255-2044. avail immed  #17  Sechelt Large 3 bdrm upper  duplex Lease. $695 plus util  Avail immed 255-2044       #17  Roberts   Creek   Hall   avail .  dances,   parties,   weddings.  Yvonne 885-2715. TFN  STORAGE  Heated, pallatized, gov I apprav-  ed Len Wray s Transfer Ltd  886-2664 TFN  Davis Bay. Wilson Crwk Hat  Available. Wheelchair facilities.  885-2752.669-9863. #19  Granthams Landing New 2  bdrm duplex, waterlront view  $6*50 mo . May 1st poss  886-7018 aller 6 30 pm or  416-889-4860 coiled #17  Furnished new cheerlul shared  accom all utilities. $400 per  mo . Chrislme, 886-8277  885-7415  3 bdrm townhouse. view. Gibsons Avail May 15/91. 1500  piussq. ft Close to all amenities.  S850month Call596-4721. #19  Waterfront, cozy 1 bdrm. cabin.  Pendei   Harbour,   laundry  lacilities,   elec.  heal.  Iridge.  stove, cable. $400. 883-9446  #19  Room in new home with view,  near terry, private entrance and  shower, turnished, including TV,  cable, utilities, phone. $500 mo.  N/S 886-7394. #19  2 bdim lully turnished apl in  Lower Gibsons Ideal lor 2 working men. No pels $800  886-8398 #19  NEED  HELP?  ��� Office Reliel  ��� Casual Labour  ��� Day Care  tVE find tha people  YOU gat tha lob done  WESTCOAST  WORKFORCE  mmssYVIVa  Weekend  chambermaid,  Motel, 886-3336.  Irwin  #17  PORT MELLON AREA  Cozy 2 bdrm. home, fireplace. 4  appl.,   $650.   Avail,   immed.  886-7722, pis. hre. rasg.    TFNs  3 bdim house. Rbts Ck N/S.  no pels Avail May 7 $850 pei  mo Contact Mat Alexander Vancouver 687-5437 #17  2 2 bdrm ground Iloor $600.  upper Iloor. $650 Shared hydro  Close lo school & mall May 1  886-2226 #18  Sloiage/Waiehouse space Metal  I shelving, 2800 sq It insulated  | building, 885-3469. #18  Gibsons 1 bdim aparlmenl in  new building close to all am-  menities Furn. or unlurn. Avail  May 1st 298-5215 #18  Gibsons 3 bdrm . Vh balhs. 5  appls. blinds, garage Avail June  1st, 298-5215. #18  Witervitw Gibsons, large 2  bdrm. duplex, lireplace. deck.  Washer/dryer May 1st, $795.  886-8840. #17  Large 3 bdrm. Close lo lerry  886-4980 after 6pm. #18  3 bdrm. furn. ocean front luxury  condominium wilh all appls  F/place. $1020 per mo., 1 yr.  lease Andrea. 885-4111.     #18  Weekly Rental  Privale island  Al  PENDER HARBOUR  117 ] Available on weekly rental tram  June I5lh al $1400 pei week  Monthly/Lease would be considered Locaied |usl outside  Bargain Harbour Ihis well appointed 1500 sq It home sits on  the poinl ot il's own 6 acte  island with 3600 sq II ol South  & Wesl lacing sundeck. with wet  bat. gas stove, barbecue pit etc  House is equipped with  dishwasher, ice maker, 3  fridges. 3 bedrooms. 2  bathrooms, wel bar and a sunken  marble bathtub for two in the  master bedroom elc Ail linens  and dishes included Good docking facilities on island and on  mainland, wilh patking. Located  al end ol Bietre Shoals for greal  lishing  Foi appointment lo view, or lo see  pictures ol Whileslone Island, call  John Breckenridge. Vancouver,  531-5632. #22  Dining room for lease with liquor  license. For details call  883-9676 #18  Gibsons Molor Inn requires lirst  cook, sous chel. start immediately Mario 886-4638. TFN  Live-in care giver required for 72!  yr old Powell River Woman with*  health problems Nursing exp.  not essential Other community  support services can be arranged  lo assisl caregiver Wages negol.'  Room & board included For more!  info call Gail collect at 487-4383.''  #17l  Exp. gardener lor efficient, quality service Rob. 885-3173 after 6  Pm #19  Carpenter/Contractor now  available lor new construction,  additions. renovations,  sundecks, repairs, handyman  services Call Don. 863-2898 or  leavemessage #18  Lady available tor house cleaning  Professional work. rels. avail.  Call Jean. 886-8667. #19  LAWN t GARDEN CARE  (c.v Spring Rales  We have:  mower,   brushsaw.  chainsaw,   seeder   &  pruning  equipment.  A friendly neighbour you can  count on. Gift certificates  available. Call Lorraine or Bill  885-9041. #22  Going Away?  for ihe BEST in HOUSE  and PET CARE  885 2228  Part lime, lull time, waiters,  waitresses, busperson lor the  Terrace Restaurant. Bonniebrook  886-2B87 #17  Scminai Sealood requires  qualified nel menders Comprehensive benefit package.  Salaried position 883-1147.^  Wetlcoail Workforce  - Nanny, light housekeeping  - Yard work, part time.  886-3759 #17  FRITZ FAMILY RESTAURANT  Earls   Cove,   requires   cook,  cashier,   several   bus   people.  883-9412. #18  You can earn up to $6000/pm  from home For amazing 24 hr.  message call 1-290-0540.    #18  'h duplex. 3 bdrm. appl., Lower  Gibsons. $750. Foi appointment,  eves 886-4565 Landlord.  465-4540, #17  Small mobile home. Irwin Molel  and Trailer Court, Single, working or retired person preferred.  886-3331. #17  Waterfront on acreage, single  bedroom available in house, main  living area lo be shared $250 per  month. 886-7774. #17  1'A bdrm. trailer, downtown  Sechell, fully furn., no pets,  cable. hydro, heal,  washer/dryer, $650. 885-7626.  885-7883 #17  27' Travel Trailer on acreage.  Robens Creek. Sun one person.  $375 885-5444. #17  Gibsons beauliful waterfronl. 2  bdrm. lurn., $800 886-7741 or  688-3773 #17  3 bdrm home, Redrooffs Rd ,  avail. May 1st. 4 appl., garden,  v? acre land, carport, workshop,  sun deck. Vh balhs Rels.  reqd , $750. Sorry no pets.  885-7479. #17  Available immediately 2 bdrm., 2  balhs. 1200 sq fl, home in exc.  cond. Situated on 30 acres at  Middle   Point.   $800/mo.   Call  Burian, 985-3173. #171 transportation.  To qualily you  have lo have been unemployed  Part-Time Servers  '7*  PENINSULA MOTOR INN���886-2804  New Opportunity  Make S2OO-S5O0 Plus Per Week  Now1 Assemble our products. 24  hr, recorded inlo. gives details.  (604) 623-2011 or (604)  520-6444. #17  Experienced glazier & windshield  installer required immed for  growing glass shop. Reply Box  356. c/o Coasl News, Box 460.  Gibsons. BC #17  Sunshine Coasl Figure Skating  Club requires coach 1991-92  season lor group & private  lessons. Musl be lully certilied.  Apply lo Box 1316. Sechell. BC  VON 3A0 or conlacl Linda.  885-3426. #18  Wailress needed 20 hrs a week,  Wed -Sun afternoons. Apply  Seaview Gardens. 19 or over  #18  UNEMPLOYED?  Positions available al Pender Harbour Goll Course lor landscape  trainees, 6 months term, formal  education and on-site training  provided    Must   have   own  Gibsons W/F home wilh  moorage, unobslructed view. 3  bdrm , 2 baths, living & lamily  rooms, large ktlchen, sauna, ;  fireplaces, covered sundeck  12x20 boalhouse, $900 mo. Call  colled. 1-925-2107, #17  May i/9|. $375, immaculate,  turnished self-contained studio  on view properly. Chaster area  Suitable foi 1 person only  References please. Lise  886-8206or886-2277        #18  Room lor renl for working person  in comlortable home. $350 incl  ulils 886-3003. #19  RV spaces, Gibsons area Ouiet.  landscaped sites Full hookup,  cable, telephone avail. $200 mo  elec. incl. 886-7051 #17  3 bdrm , Vh bath townhouse,  Gibsons $600 mo Reply w/rels  to Box 627. Gibsons. BC VON  1V0  #17  Wanted, female roommate to  share 2 bdrm, house, $250 includes utilities. 686-8309 after  5.30 pm. #17  2 females needed lor shared accom. in Roberls Creek. $300 mo.  inclusve. Pels no problem.  886-2875 24 hrs. #20  Gibsons: large 3 bdrm. house, 2  blocks to mall. $800 plus utils.;  small 1 bdrm. house, same location,   $500   plus.   Arthur. ||  885-9859. #17  Furnished 1 bdrm, bsmt. sle.,  privale entrance, sell-cont.,  w/w, cable, w/d, ulils. Incl.. suit  quiel. clean non-smoker. $390  mo. Rels. Please call 866-2694.  #17  PretMilonal MMI Storage  NEW BUILDING  886-8628  lor al least 24 ol Ihe lasl 30  weeks Conlacl Craig Moore,  883-9577 #17  Woman lhat likes clothes required immed For upbeat  Ladies Wear Store Wanled 2  days pet week Will train Apply  Box 1159. Gibsons #17  Gibsons Winter Club  Ice maker and/or manager  Should be used lo ice burning  and scraping equipment Send  resume and remuneration expected lo Box 989 Gibsons by  May3lsl #19  DREAM DIE!  Lose  weight  eating delicious  cookies/Bars     II works!  885-7896 #|9  CRUISE ENTHUSIASTS!!  BC's largest Cruise travel  organization is recruiting sell-  motivated sales representatives in  your area Gel involved in Ihe  fastest growing sector ol Ihe  travel marketplace. Comprehensive training program and ex-  collenl commission slructure. Call  Chris Lapointe, Downtown Cruise  Ship Centres lor more Info.  1-684-9192. #19  Legal Inlormation Coordinator  Sunshine Coast  Legal Inlormation Service  Responsibilities include: providing access lo inlormation  about the law: providing advocacy lo eligible clients, implementing a public legal educa-  lion program: compiling  statistical data, reports and Legal  Inlormation Newsletter.  This position is on a temporary  basis Irom May 15 lo June 30  with a continuation subject lo  funding. 15 hours per week,  salary dependent on experience.  For further information telephone  885-5881.  Please submit resume by May I.  1991 to:  Administrator  Sunshine Coast  Community Services Sociely  P.O. Box 1069  Sechelt. B.C.  VON 3A0  #17  Pediatric Physiotherapist  Required lull-lime lor new Early  Intervention Program lor children  birth lo six years. This home-  based program involves a supportive approach to lamilies and  close liaison wilh other communily agencies. Start date and salary  are  negotiable   Physiotherpist  must be eligible lor membership  in Ihe CPA and registered with  APMP ol  BC.  Please submit  resume by May 3 to:  Administrator  Sunshine Coast  Communily Services Sociely  P 0. Box 1069  Sechelt. B.C.  VON 3A0  Telephone: 885-5881  lor inquiries  #17  #21  VOLUNTEER  OPPORTUNITIES  Thrift Store needs help on  Tuesdays.  Mtili on Wheals needs a  driver on Mondays lo  deliver seven meals In  Ihe Gibsons area.  Bingo for the Elves Club  on Monday night needs  volunteers to call back  ���he winners' numbers.  For theie and mart opper-  lunflHi, pliiii contact the  Volunteer Action Centra  885-5881.  A service funded by Ihe  Ministry ot Social Services  and Housing.  Sunihine Coail Community Services Society invites application  lor Ihe positionol pan-lime Child  Care Worker Hours are flexible.  $9.82 plus some expenses. A car  and previous experience working  wilh special needs children is an  asset Please reply by May 15:  Coordinator  Special Services lo children  P.O. Box 1069  Sechelt. BC. VON 3A0  Telephone: 885-6881.  #17  31. Business &  Home Services  Sea Shod Custom Picture Framing lor line art. prints, needlepoint, paper lole, posters &  memorabelia Same day service  on In-stock mouldings. Spring  special on posters. 885-4741.   #17  Exp. Journeymen, carpenters,  houses, additions, renovations.  Call Neil, 886-7406 or Dave,  885-6488. #18  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTO.  Topping - Limbing ��� Danger Tree  Removal.   Insured.  Guaranteed  Work Free estimates. 885-2109  TFN  Absolute Accounting  Manual or computerized bookkeeping, specializing in small  businesses, consulting/management Reasonable rates.  886-9100. #19  Siding And/Or Soffit  Vinyl, cedar, aluminum. New or  renovalion construction. Quality  Workmanship Guaranteed. Lenn  Joyner, cellular 657-9877, eves..  886-2616. #18  CARPENTER AT LARGE  Scenic, finishing & general  carpenlry. Siding & beauliful  decks. 10 yr. Coasl resident.  Formerly with C.B.C Custom  drawings. Call. 885-5111.    #19  LANDSCAPE AND  GARDEN OESIGN  Construction and maintenance.  Free consultation. Refs.  886-4519 eves. #18  Rooling ��� Remodelling ��� Repairs  Reasonable S Guaranteed  885-4190. #18  BILL'S CUSTOM^ WOODWORK^  * FINISHING  Renovations: New Construction,  Kitchen Cabinets & Furniture:.  Sun Decks: Driveways & Patios.  25 Years Experience.  47/ Work Guaranteed  Bill 885-6190 or Gord 886-7071  #22  r    S 1 TON TRUCKING  Will au rubbish removal, landscaping, demolition, tree'  removal, hauling. 7 yrs. experience. Reasonable & reliable.  885-6255. #22  Ail make repairs at your place or  mine. 25 years experience. Grelg  Frlesen, 686-8012. #21  Cold Mountain Landscaping  All jobs, 12 yrs. exp., also pain-  ling 885-5846. #17  132. Work Wanled  Yardwork. hauling, landscaping. |  etc. Reasonable rates. Call BUI,;  885-6254. #l9i  ODD JOBS gardening, plumbing, J  painting and repairs. All work!  guaranteed, seniors' discount.  John, 885-3159. #17  Need a job done righl?  Call Ray. All lypes ol exterior &  interior construction & linishing.  No job too big or too small. We do  solanums and greenhouses.  885-6386. #17  "' Stylet Steamcleanlng"  Carpel    and    upholstery,  sleamcleaning,   Iruck   mounl.'  Restrelching.   Free  estimate.  885-4648, #17  YARD CARE 1  Grass cutting ��� hedge trimming tj  rotolilling e weeding e yard &  basement cleanups ��� 885-6072  #17  HANDYMAN:  Schlri Contracting  Carpentry. Insulation.  Drywall  Painting. Patio Stones, Hauling  One Call Does II All'  Alan - 886-8741   #19  Bob 6 Denis Renovations  Additions, welding, decks, painting, fencing, hot lubs One call  will do Hall. 885-3617        #18  Carpentry, renovations, additions, retaining walls, patios,  fibreglassing. W.H.Y, call Tom  886-7652 #t8  LABOURERS  Any job.  886-4788  #18  Man & 1 ton truck with hydraulic  till deck will do rubbish removal,  landscaping, tree removal, hauling etc. 7 yrs. experience.  Reasonable i imam. Pat  885-6255. |22  Experienced, reliable watchman  requires work, $5.50 per hr.  885-5937 message. John, site  56_      #19  Will do grass cutting and odd  jobs. 866-7306. #ig  , H0���,e PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  Carpets  PdWEWUI IRUCH MOUNIED  EQUiPMENt  BIST PliSS.Blf BISOUS  CHERISHED  CARPET CARE  886-3823  1 DIVISION Ol UN MUMS  ��son FiooicovEruats  Landscapes with truck, tools,  experience, available. No job too  big. 885-5846. #19  Do You Need  lawn/landscape maintenance,  rotolilling. hedge trimming,  biushculting. rubbish removal,  etc. "Skip's " 885-2373.     #18  33   Child Cite  Molly Mouse Daycare spaces  available. 18 monlhs to school  age Fun filled caring environment with ECE certilied stall.  #31  Single father needs material  adult. Alternate weeks. My  Sechell homo, AM 1 to help 2  young children prepare lor  school. 885-9691. #17  Contact Notthshore Daycare  Registry lor inlormation on  becoming a caregiver in your  home or the home ol your child  885-6323. #21  ffsVB  Children under 14 yrs  SHOP HERE tor ���moT*s*s v*1  S/Ul  jm  SAT., MAY 4th  "^THRIFTY  HELP THE   GIBSONS  886-2488 or Box 588  TOGE114ERiSi^canbeatCancer.  Needed Immediately caring person to babysit 2 well behaved  children in our home. Flexible  hours Above average pay. Work  number, 886-3365. home.  885-4186. #17  Babysitler required lo care for  beautilul 18 month old baby girl.  4 days per week. Gibsons to  Langdale. Refs. reqd.,  886-3867. #18  Funshine Daycare provides a  warm, caring learning environment lor children aged 2'lt lo 5.  Group daycare licenced for 8  children. ECE qualified stall Call  today. 886-3377. #t8  Mother ol 2 814 yr. olds can provide lamily care tor t or 2 more.  (Prel. 2 yr. + ) Debbie. 886-3483.  #19  NOTICE TO CREDITORS  AND OTHERS  Re: The Estate of John Milford  JAMES, deceased, formerly ol  Lower Road, Roberts Creek. B.C.  Creditors and others having  claims against the estate of John  Milford JAMES are hereby  notified under Section 38 of the  Trustee Act thai particulars of  Iheir claims should be sen! ot the  !4   Business  Opportunities  DISCOVERY TOYS  Wonderful! Educational! For all  ages. Sell thru home demos/  caMoguf sites. A homo business  wilh an excellent product/company. Pis. call Carol  (604)563-8195. Write: 1068  Limestone Crescent, Prince  George, BC.V2M 422.        #19  Looking lor ambitious ladies lo  learn skin care and cosmetics  and become independent in their  own business. For interview appointment call 885-7144 or  886-9479, #19  35. Legal  executor al 6720 Maple Road.  Richmond. B.C., V7E 1G5, by  May 31. 1991: after which the  executor will distribute the estate  among Ihe parties entitled to It,  having regard 10 Ihe clalmes ol  which the executor then has  notice. '  Murray R. Woodward  Executor  #17  Notice Of Intention To Apply  For A Disposition Of Crown Lands  Take notice that Eastbourne Cottagers Association ot Keals  Island. B.C., occupation Registered Society intends to make application to the Ministry ol Crown Lands regional oflice in Vancouver lor a Licence ol Occupation of land generally situated  along ihe soulh west and south east shore of Keats Island and  more specifically described in (b) below:  (b) Commencing at Ihe soulh east corner ol Lof 12, except part  in Explanatory Plan 9503, Block 5, DL 1594 & 1595, Plan 6760  Ihence soulh westerly along the natural boundary defined on  Plans 6760 8.7616 to the south corner of Lol 17, Block 5. DL  1594 &1595, Plan 7616: Ihence soulh easterly along an extension ol Ihe south western boundary of said Lot 17 toa point 60.96  metres Irom the said natural boundary: thence north easterly  maintaining a 60.96 metre offset Irom Ihe said natural boundary  fo a poinl on the southerly extension of the east boundary of said  Lot 12. Ihence northerly along said extension ol the east boundary of Lot 12 to a point ol commencement. (Shown on area 'D'l  and containing 0.9�� ha. more or less.  The purpose lor which the land is required is for private boat  moorage lacilities.  Dated 22nd ol February, 1991. File #2405286  Notice Of Intention To Apply  For A Disposition 01 Crown Lands  Take notice that Eastbourne Cottagers Association ol Keals  Island. B.C.. occupation Registered Sociely intends to make application to Ihe Ministry ol Crown Lands regional ollice in Vancouver lor a Licence of Occupation of land generally situated  along the south wesl and soulh east shore ol Keats Island and  mote specifically described In (b) below:  (b) Commencing at a point on the natural boundary as shown  on Plan 12701 said poinl being 120.0 metres east ol Ihe soulh  west corner ol Lol 18. Block 5. DL 1594, Plan 12701; Ihence  south ol a distance ol 60.96 metres Irom said natural boundary:  thence westerly & northerly maintaining a 60.96 metre offset Irom  the said natural boundary delined on Plans 9467 & 12701 to a  Kiint on the southerly extension ot the wesl boundary of Lol 7.  ock 10, DL 1593, Plan 9467; Ihence northerly along said extension lo Ihe south west corner ol said Lol 7; Thence westerly and  southerly along the nalural boundary delined on Plans 9467 &  12701 lo the poinl of commencement (shown on area 'E') and  containln 3.8 �� ha more or less.  Notice Of Intention To Apply  For A Disposition Of Crown Lands  Take notice that Eastbourne Cottagers Association of Keats  island. B.C.. occupation Registered Society intends to make application lo the Ministry ol Crown Lands regional ollice In Vancouver lor a Licence ol Occupation ol land generally situated  along the south west and south east shore ol Keats Island and  more specifically described in (b) below:  (b) Commencing al Ihe northern corner ol Lot 1. Block 13, DL  1595, Plan 9467; thence southerly along the natural boundary  defined on Plan 9467 to the north east corner of D.L. 5875, Gp. 1;  Thence north easterly along a line parallel to the south boundary  of said D.L. 5875 to a point 60.96 metres east ol the said natural  boundary: thence northerly maintaining a 60.96 metre oflsel Irom  the said natural boundary to a point on the north easterly extension ol the north boundary of said Lot 1; thence south easterly  along said extension to the point ol commencement, (shown on  area B) and containing 0.61 ha more or less  The purpose for which the land is required is lor private boat  moorage lacilities.  Dated 22nd ol February. 1991. File #2405282  Notice Of Intention To Apply  For A Disposition Of Crown Lands  Take nolice that Eastbourne Cottagers Association of Keats  Island. B.C.. occupation Registered Society intends to make application to the Ministry ol Crown Lands regional olfice in Vancouver lor a Licence ol Occupation ol land generally situated  along the south west and south east shore ol Keals Island and  more specifically described in (b) below:  |b| Commencing at the south wesl corner ol DL 5875. Gp. 1.  Ihence along a line deflecting 45 degrees to the right Irom Ihe  soulh boundary ol said DL 5875 lo a point 60.96 metres east from  Ihe nalural boundary of Lot 6, Block 4, DL 1595, Plan 6472,  Ihence southerly & westerly maintaining a 60.96 metre ollset  from the said nalural boundary as defined on Plan 6472 lo a point  on the southerly extension ol Ihe west boundary ol Lot 1, Block 4.  DL 1595. Plan 6472; Ihence northerly along said extension lothe  soulh wesl corner ol said Lol 1; Ihence northerly along Ihe said  natural boundary lo the point ol commencemenl and containing  2.4 �� ha more or less (shown on area 'C').  The purpose lor which the land is required Is lor private boat  moorage lacilities.  Dated 22nd ol February. 1991 File #2405284  The purpose for which Ihe land Is required Is for privale boat  moorage facilities.  Dated 22nd ol February, 1991. Flit #2405268  Notice Of Intention To Apply  For A Disposition Of Crown Lands  Take nolice that Eastbourne Cottagers Association ol Keats  Island. B.C.. occupation Registered Sociely Intends lo make application to the Ministry ol Crown Lands regional ollice in Vancouver lor a Licence ol Occupation ol land generally situated  along the south west and south east shore ol Keals Island and  more specifically described in (a) below:  (a| Commencing al the north east corner ol Lol 7, Block 14, OL  1595, Plan 10378. Thence southerly along Ihe natural boundary  delined on Plan 10378 lo a point of intersection with Ihe north  easterly extension ol Ihe southern boundary ol Lol 9, Block 13,  DL 1595, Plan 9467 and said natural boundary; Ihence north  easterly along an extension of Ihe said southern boundary ol said  Lot 9, loa point 60.96 metres Irom said nalural boundary; thence  northerly maintaining a 60.96 metre ollset from Ihe natural boundary shown on said Plan 10378 to a point on Ihe south easterly  extension ol the northern boundary ol said Lol 7; thence north  westerly along said extension to the point ol commencement  (shown on area 'A') and containing 2.7 ha mote or less  The purpose lor which the land is required Is for private boat  moorage facilities.   Fiia��in��.Mn  Oaled the 22nd of February, 1991. m ��4Q5280  -. ���mr     "   -'     �� Coast News, April 29,1991  21.  We Remember When  S VEARS AQO  A referendum vote in  Sechelt indicated 52.3 per  cent of the population  wanted Sechelt to become  a district municipality that  would include the village,  West Sechelt, East Porpoise Bay, Oavis Bay,  Selma Park, Wilson Creek,  Sandy Hook and Tuwanek.  The referendum was  737 votes in favour and  666 against for a total of  47 per cent of the eligible  votes.  10 YEARS AGO  The Municipal Council  of Gibsons announces the  appointment of George  Bodt to the position of  Recreation Director for  the Village of Gibsons, effective immediately.  Mayor L. Goddard,  Director D. Hunter and  Director J. Gurney have  appointed the following  persons as members of  the West Howe Sound Advisory Recreation Commission: Alderman Diane  Strom, Pat Edwards, Dick  Derby, David Fyles, Gary  Gray and Geoff Madoc-  Jones.  15 YEARS AQO  The average homeowner may be paying from  $30 to $40 more this year  for local education costs  after the school board  maintained its approval of  a budget that contains a  6.18 mill increase.  Woodcarver Alan Colp  of Leduc, Alberta, was run  out of the Village of  Sechelt for not having a  $200 business licence.  Colp is a travelling wood-  carver who makes his living from public relations  work for Homelite chain  saws and the sale of his  carvings.  25 YEARS AQO  A meeting has been arranged by Sunshine Coast  Rural Development committee to hear Chris  Woodward of the provincial municipal department  explain how a Regional  District can be formed.  35 YEARS AQO  Half a dozen cows on  the road near the S-bend  on the Sechelt highway  were the cause of an accident to telephone lineman  Fred Feeney. He was driving home from a late job  when he came upon the  cows. He avoided two and  a third ran out in front of  his truck, which was overturned on the highway.  The cow was killed and  Feeney escaped injury  narrowly and crawled out  the door. He was badly  shaken up.  45 YEARS AGO  A proposal that the  waters from Salmon Rock  to Siwash Rock be closed  to commercial fishermen  has brought numerous  protests from the Gibsons  area. The proposal is  believed to have come  from two representatives  of the Howe Sound  Salmon Club.  A sea serpent was  sighted by a man and his  wife close to the beach at  Redrooffs in Halfmoon  Bay. The mysterious mammal made noises similar  to a horse snorting or a  grouse rising. It swam  with great speed and  seemed to propel itself by  using its entire body like a  snake.  NORTH OAKS  Adult Senior Oriented  Single Level Townhome-  PHASES I & II ��� 13 Units  1 Only '  .   '.  - j  1 ���  A" I'l.tn,  |'���  ,|, ���  at $122,900  I Only  TV Plan,  1 -      Is, ������  at $98,W0  1 Only  'C" Plan,  !��� . : u ii  at $89,900  iinsi or i!  OPEN DAILY I - 5 I'M  *P*  For more information please call  Twin Oaks Development Corp., 886-4680  Submissions to Ihe NOTICE BOARD are welcomed. Please  ensure only one submission Is made for each event.  Wad.. May 1/11  Spanish  Claim starting today.  Rockwood Centre. 8 weeks. $50. Call  885-2522.  Thurt.. Miy 2/91  Qlbioni Hospital Auilliary are having  a Plant Sale. Sunnycrest Mail at 10  am.  Fri., May 3/91  Thl Sacttelt Mariti Society AGM &  Regular monthly meeting, 7:30 pm at  the Ads Centre. Guest speaker: J.P.  Savard, Canadian Wildlife Service.  Topic: 1991 Summer Bird Census on  Ihe Sunshine Coast. All welcome!  Sit., Ml* 4/91  UCW Annual Plant 4 Book Sail to am  - 12 noon, Gibsons United Church  Hall, Glassford Rd., Relreshment.  Jack �� Jilt Preschool presents Kids  Fair '91, 10am - 2pm. new Kinsmen  Hall, Dougal Park. Come join Ihe lun.  Admission, 25'.  Sergeant Biy Sociely Blrdwatching in  Sargeant Bay Park, 9 am III noon.  Meet at the beach. Everyone welcome.  Sun, Miy 5/91  Hint FtM Market. Plant �� Blki Sale  al  Welcome  Beach  Communily  Association hall, Redroolls Rd.. 10  am.  MM, Miy 6/91  mount  luilmai 1 FrototittMl  Wemnr Club meeting. Bonnlebrook  Lodge. Altitude adjustment, 6 pm,  dinner. 6:45 pm. inlo: 886-2552  Thurs.. May 9/91  Sunshine  Coast Outliers'   Guild  meeting, Irom 1 lo 3 pm at  Greenecourt Hall in Sechelt. Feature  "Beyond the Surface'' a presentation  about Ihe embellishment ol fabric. by  Paula Sellred.  Fri., Miy 10/91  Pender Harbour Choir and students ol  Lyn Vernon in concert. St. Andrew's  Church. Madeira Park, 7:30 pm.  Sit., Miy 11/91  Sunshins Coait Pro-Uls will be participating in a human "Life Chain" to  celebrate the sanctity ol lite and protest abortion at Davis Bay Beach Irom  2-3 pm. Signs will be provided lo hold  as we stand along the highway.  Following, there will be a bring your  own picnic supper on the beach.  Please plan on coming to stand for life.  Inlo: 886-4522.  Davis Bay/WHson Creek Community  Assoc. Invites you to a Flea Market 1  Plant Sale at the Wilson Creek Hall  Irom 9 am til noon. Tables $5 ea. Info:  Bill, 885-7490.  Slrewberry Tie Ml. Elphinstone, #65,  Roberts Creek, O.E.S. - 2-3:30 pm al  Ihe Masonic Hall, Roberts Creek. Admission, $2. Rallies, crafts, homebak-  ing.  Mm., Miy IS/11  Secholt Pri-SchoU meeting, 7:30 pm,  to elect next year's executive. All  membets asked to attend.  Journey  for  sight  The Sunshine Coast Lions  Club is looking forward to a  large number of entries for their  'Journey For Sight' on May 4  and the triathalon on May 5.  The 'Journey For Sight' will be  a 10K route beginning al the  Royal Terraces at the foot of  Wharf Avenue then to the  beach front at the Porpoise Bay  Provincial Park and return to  the beach front at Wharf.  Registration starts at 9:30 am.  All funds raised will be used  in the area to assist the visually  impaired.  The triathalon on Sunday  May 3 will begin at trie  Lighthouse Pub at Porpoise  Bay, with a rowing course to the  foot of Burnet Road where the  entrants will cycle to Shorncliffe  and back to Hacked Park  where the teams will run north  on Trail Avenue and back lo the  finish al Ihe Lighthouse Pub.  The chairman, Lion Dave  Kimpinsky said several teams  have issued a challenge to any  team to join them. The recently  formed White Cane Club are  going to take pari in the walk  and are challenging persons  with vision lo join them.  Gardening Notes  by Marguerite  April is well along and still  quite cool. Did you know that  some plants actually like cool  soil? Both peas and ornamental  sweet peas should be planted  outdoors now before all clanger  of frost is past, as soon as the  soil begins to be workable.  The spiraling costs of  vegetables from the store should  inspire us all to grow our own  vegetable patch, and we can  begin right now. Prepare  ground with good friable fertilized soil, divide area into four  sections.  In the top left hand corner  plant potatoes needing no lime,  into right hand corner plant  peas, beans and legumes. Into  bottom right hand comer plant  brassicas, cabbage, cauliflower,  brussel sprouts, broccoli and  kale. Into the bottom left hand  corner plant root crops, carrots,  beets and parsnips.  This is called four-year crop  rotating, and vegetables planted  and cycled this way require little  fertilizer. The plants are rotated  clockwise each year, each group  of vegetables leaves the soil  enriched, and fits into nature's  plan with little effort.  Guess  Where  BRIEFS  There was no winner of last  week's Guess Where,  therefore, a prize of $10 will be  awarded to the first correct entry drawn which locates Ihe  above. Send your entries (including your name, age and address) to reach the Coast News,  Box 460, Gibsons by Saturday  of this week.  Diane Schafer of the Gibsons Bus came before the  Transportation Committee to ask for help in elimination  of scheduling overlaps with the BC Transit Minibus.  BELANGER RESIGNS  The Board was notified of the resignation of Joe  Belanger as president of the Maritime History Society.  Director Eric Small reported that several grants available  to the sociely had never been applied for, and a new committee had been formed by Gibsons Council to put the  society on a "more business like basis."  WATERSHED  The Elphinstone Elector's Association will host a forum  on WATER to inform the people of the Sunshine Coast of  the importance of the watershed. Three of the six speakers  will be Dr. Robert Newbury, Dr. Ronald Abrahams and  Director Jim Gurney.  The forum will be held at the Sechelt Indian Band Hall  on Salurday, May 11 from 10 am to 3:30 pm.  PS1       Gibsons  kSr Swimming Pool  Call 886-9415 for further information  Monday 4 Wednesday  Early Bird  Aqua-Fit  Patent & Tot  Noon Swim  Lessons  Swim Club  Lengths  Only/Masters  6:30-8:30  9:00-10:00  10:30-11:00  11:00-1:00  3:30-7:30  7:30-8.30  8:30-10:00  30-8:30  9:00-10:00  10:00-11:00  11:00-1:00  3:30-5:30  5:30-7:30  7:30  Fridays  Early Bird  Aqua-Fit  Semots Swim  Noon Swim  Swim Club  Public  Underwater  Hockey  Saturdays  Public 2:30-5 00  Public 7:00-8:30  Swim Club 12:00-1:00  Sundays:  Family 1:30-3:30  Ptiblic 3:30-5:00  MOVEMENT FITNESS - Tuesday S Thursdsy 8:00 p.m.  Re-energize through movement Ihjal will leave you physically & emotionally refreshed. This comprehensive whole body program gently builds  strength, endurance, flexibility & balance.  Instructor - Zeta Gaudet  Tuesday 4 Thursday  Seniors Fitness  10:00-11:00  Seniors Swim  11:00-1^-00  Adpl. Aquatics  2:30-3:30  Lessons  3:30-5:30  Adult Lessons  5:30-6:00  Public  6:00-8:00  LESSON SCHEDULE  Jan. 7 - Feb. 7  Feb. 18 - Mar. 21  Apr. 15 ��� May 16  July 1 - July 12  July 15 - July 26  POOL CLOSURES:  July 27 - Sept. 9  Publication of this  schedule sponsored by  SUPER VALU  SPRING  COLOUR  SPECIAL  286-16 MHZ  40 Meg Hard Drive  VGA. Colour Monitor  Colour Printer  atlas  OFFICE SOLUTIONS LTD.  5511 Wharf St., Sechelt  Phone 885-4489 Fax 885-4696  jWb  *4L DVV  Sunshine Coast Regional District  BULLETIN BOARD  Royal Terraces Building, 5477 Whart Rd ,  Sechelt, BC P.O Box BOO VON 3A0  885-2261  Upcoming Meetings:  - West Howe Sound Recreation  Facilities Commission  Wednesday, May 1st at 7:30 p.m.  in the Marine Roomr Gibsons  - Parks Committee  Thursday, May 2nd at 10:00 a.m.  - Planning Committee  Thursday, May 2nd at 2:00 p.m.  ��� Outdoor Recreation Advisory Committee  Tuesday, May 7th at 6:00 p.m.  - Provincial Emergency Program  Thursday, May 9th at 3:00 p.m.  - Regular Board  Thursday, May 9th at 7:30 p.m.  ��� Arts Liaison and Support Committee  Friday, May 10th at 2:00 p.m.  SPRINKLING  REGULATIONS  Odd numbered houses will be permitted  sprinkling on the following days:  * Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 7 ��� 10 am  * Monday, Wednesday from 7 ��� 9 pm  Even numbered houses will be permitted  sprinkling on the following days:  * Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday from 7 -10 am  * Tuesday, Thursday from 7 ��� 9 pm  Note: Only 1 Sprinkler per Property is Permitted.  ATTENTION: PLEASE TURN OFF ALL  SPRINKLERS IN THE EVENT OF A FIRE  IN YOUR AREA  ���:  SECHELT  LANDFILL SITE  Just a reminder that Summer Hours are in  effect at the Sechelt Landfill Site as of  May 1st:  Monday to Saturday  9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.  Sunday  Annual  Flushing Program  We are commencing our annual flushing program  from April 29th to May 3rd in the West Porpoise  Bay area.  You may experience short periods of low water  pressure and/or sediments in the water for brief  periods of time. The water is safe to drink.  For weekend emergencies between 8  885-5213.  Thank you for your co-operation.  S. Lehmann  Works Superintendent  4, call 22.  Coast News, April 29,1991  Here's just one example ofmany,  many similar choices:  ROLL END 12'x42' (56 sq. yds.)  M.S.R. Price: ��44�� sq. yd. ($2517.20 for the roll)  DeVRlES' TRUCKLOAD PRICE:  sq. yd.  (���lOOS*�� for the roll)  Nylon Cut & Loop Carpet  sq. yd.  Also:  Discount Prices  on Regular Full Rolls  Polypropilane  Level LOOP Built-in anti-stain  only$B95  *mmw   sq. yd.  TURF  sq. yd.  It's selling  k Marty Wtffl are  ]\  antlQetty&t  Many more excellent buys at  S1A95  ��� ^^eP    so. urf  GET THIS:  Stainmaster Luxura Nylon  "Aristocrat" Roll End M.S.R. Price: $39.95 sq. yd  NOW  Martini  sq. yd.  Nylon Saxony  with Stain Check and Odour Guard  (Keeps carpet fresher longer)  Mint green, ivory, blue  beige glow, beige. Reg. $16.95 sq. yd.  SPECIAL LOW PRICE TO CLEAR  (This will not���cannot���be repeated once it's sold!)  Armstrong  Candide  No Wax Vinyl Roll Ends  5  sq. yd.  Other LINOS  start at  sq. yd.  HELP US SUPPORT DRY GRAD  18" x 27" bound sample floor mats  Sold on a donation basis, proceeds TO dpy pimp  '  ���,��*t.   a.-^W  5^.r-T3 ���.:.'.-���;     .   ,-���:  ' J-i.  ' -i  '  " "


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