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Array 1INSIDEI  THE SUNSHINE  I LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY  , Parliament Buildings  ' Victoria, B.C. V8V 1X4  I  LEISURE Page 14  SPORTS Page 17  REMEMBER WHEN Page 19  CLASSIFIED Page 20  JOEL BRASS Page 24  91.8  ^-|  THE  SUNSHINE.  Coast  WHEN THE  LOCALS  EAT LOCAL  I Overlooking the Harbour  Gibsons, B.C. 886-2268  SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST SINCE 1945  May 27,1991        Volume 45        Issue 21  Gurney calls for  court action  Sunday's Cystic Fibrosis Walk-A-Run-A-Thon fielded approximately ISO dedicated  walkers and runners, (100 more than last year) who took to the road to complete  the 10 km distance from Sechelt and Gibsons to meet in the middle at the Masonic  Hall in Roberts Creek. These hardy souls are hoping to help the Sunshine Coast CF  Chapter meet its goal of $25,000. Joel Johnstone: photo  Fisherman fights back  by Rota Nicholson  Gibsons fisherman Danny  Gagnier had been making a  good living at crab fishing  for nearly ten years when a  sudden closure of Howe  Sound in 1989, ordered by  the Department of Fisheries  and Oceans, put an end to  his livelihood.  Tests had shown that  dangerous levels of dioxins  were present in crabs and  prawns in the area, so a ban,  DRY GRAD'91  This year's grad students  will enjoy the traditional fun  and games for their big day,  and it will all be nonalcoholic.  It will be traditional, -  with a difference. Chatelech  and Elphinstone are  cooperating with their  programs, with  Elphinstone's ceremonies on  June 24 and Chatelech's on  June 26.  Both schools will have an  all-night disco with a live  band, a wide screen light  show and a 45 minute  performance by standup  comic Janice Ungaro.  A food concession will  serve non-stop snacks and a  casino will provide the  opportunity to win prizes  donated by local merchants.  The bar will serve nonalcoholic 'mocktails', and for  the athletic types there will  be roller blades and an  imitation water surfing  machine from Surf City.  And, if anyone is still on  their feet by 5 AM, there will  be a sunrise barbeque  breakfast on the beach, - at a  secret location.  for an indefinite period of  time, was placed on the  whole of Howe Sound.  Although several  fishermen were affected by  the closures, sporadic  discussions failed to produce  any agreement on action, so  Gagnier decided to go it  alone. He is suing the pulp  mill giants, Western  Canadian Pulp and Paper  (operaiors of the mill at  Woodfibre), and Howe  Sound Pulp and Paper.  Gagnier is claiming for  past and future loss of  livelihood, or asking for  relocation costs so he can  move to another area.  "All I want to do is get  hack to work," he said in an  interview with Ihe Coast  News,"but (his is turning out  to lie much bigger lhan I  expected. It will affect the  whole country."  The court , which  convened in Vancouver on  May 6, has been hearing  evidence from Gagnier's  witnesses, and a decision is  expected to come down in  early October.  The research and legal  costs connected Willi the  case are mounting at an  astronomical rate, and  although Gagnier is now  fishing in Sechelt Inlet, he is,  when he allows himself lo  think about it, getting a hit  apprehensive  "If I lose this one," he said.  fey Rom Nicholson  Continuing high bacterial  counts in the Sunshine Coast  water supply have prompted  Regional District director Jim  Gurney to call for court  action against the Ministry of  Forests.  "The situation has gone  from serious to grave,"  Gurney told Directors at last  week's Regional District  meeting. He said that  Forestry had failed to live up  to their commitment to  repair damage caused by  slides in the watershed and  called for the reactivation of  the court injunction halting  logging in the watershed,  that was put on hold last  December. He also wants  Forestry to repair the slide  damage.  "We had a meeting with  Mr. Mountain just over a  month ago," said Gurney,'  "and he told us the  reclamation plan would be  ready by the end of the  following   week."  Gurney went on to say  that conversations with  Forestry officials last week  had disclosed there were  "delays in action plans for  Chapman Creek, but it still  should be a 'go' by June 30"  "Thai doesn't correlate at  all,"declared     Gurney.  "The Ministry of Health is  extremely concerned, ...we  are   not   meeting   their  guidelines, ...we are just  falling short of a boiled  water order."  Gurney went on to  explain that logging and  road building activities  during Ihe 70's had resulted  in repeated slides in the  Jim Gurney  watershed. The resulting  turbulence in the water  system has built up a residue  of sediment in the pipes that  provides a breeding ground  for bacteria which has, in  turn, created a need for  increasing levels of  chlorination.  The delay in action by  Forestry may mean that it is  too late ihis year for the  resceding of the slide areas.  "The work should have  "I'm going to lose everything,  - the house, the boat, -  everything."  "I'm a member of the  UFAWU, hut they haven't  offered me a cent. If this case  wins, it's going to benefit  every fisherman, ��� everyone  in the country who is  affected by a polluter.  "We, the lawyer and  myself, never thought it was  Rose Nicholson  pholo,  going to turn into something  this big. The pulp mills  have teams of lawyers  working on Ihis. It's been a  tremendous amount of  work. I'd never wanl to do it  again  "The implication is. if we  win, polluters will have to  be responsible for iheir  actions, which I think is fair.  They've been making huge  been done as soon as the  snow was gone in the  spring,"    Gurney    said.  He gave his assurance that  the water was still safe to  drink, because    of  chlorination, but there was  "more and more difficulty in  meeting the guidelines for  water quality."  He went on to say that  extensive, and expensive,  modifications to the system  would solve part of the  problem, but create others.  "There is no real substitute  for good clean water," he  added as he described the  added facilities and  treatment that would he  necessary to deal with the  turbidity.  One solution being  considered is the installation  of a turbidity monitoring  system that would shut the  system down during  problem periods, which  would in turn cause water  shortages.  "1 think the Board has no  alternative," he said. "The  Ministry of Forests is not  taking this seriously. We  have to seek all of the legal  relief we can... As the  purveyor of water, we are  responsible for the safety  and security of the supply. .  If illness occurred as the  result of the water supply,  we would be wide open for  a   class   action   service."  profits at the expense of the  environment and other users  of the waler. This isn't the  only place that's closed for  dioxins. there's lots of them  all over the coast.  News if he is getting any  support from other  fishermen or environmental  groups he said there has  been lots of moral support,  but very little in the way of  tangible financial backup.  "Sometimes it bothers me  that they ( the big  environmental groups)  haven't offered any financial  support for legal fees.Some  small organizations have  called to say they think what  I'm doing is a good thing  and they support me  morally. The moral support  is     easy,     but     some  "This is the only pulp mill  in the province that's coming  up to standard. But il's after  the fact. They were just as  bad as the rest of them for .a  long time."  Colin James on 'Coast1 Tour  Bhies-  rocker  Colin James  by Jin Mlekool Shormon  Rock 'n roll road work  leaves more burned-out  cases strewn all along the  highway to amplified  heaven, hut after more than  a decade of touring, Colin  James appears to be no  worse for the ride.  The Saskatchewan blues-  rocker, appearing in concert  at the Powell River  Recreational Complex Friday  night, comes across as the  kind of laid back individual  who could - and in a sense  did - pick his way through a  minefield with a smile on  his lips, a twelve-bar blues in  his heart, and a golf club in  his hands.  In an exclusive telephone  in.-uvlew with the Coast  News last Thursday, James  exhibited a laconic savvy  and hard won sense of  proportion which will most  assuredly stand him in good  siead. given the changes his  career has undergone in the  past year His second album  for Virgin Records, 'Sudden  Stop', has ironically put  James Into rock 'n roll  hype rd rive.  Defying categorization,  'Sudden Stop' reflects the  essentially eclectic musical  instincts of James, embracing  as it does blues, boogie,  rock and ballads, and a taste  of pop. Recorded in  Memphis, the album features  guest shots from some of  Colin's admirers including  the likes of Bonnie Raitt,  Bobby Whitlock, Jerry  Williams, and Bill Carter and  Ruth Ellsworth who've  written for lames' friend and  erstwhile 'mentor', the late  Stevie Ray Vaughn  It was Vaughn who, after  meeting Colin and  establishing a quick rapport  personally and musically,  invited the Canadian  singer/guitarist/songwriter lo  tour with him informally for  a monlh. This came about  back in 1984, and the  relationship grew and  deepened until Stevie Ray's  untimely death.  "The moments I shared  with Stevie are particularly  special to me," James said  quietly, musing about  experiences he's had so far  along a trail which seems to  be leading inexorably to  commercial success on a  massive, arena-rock scale.  "Yeah, well, in the last  few years there's been quite  a few great moments - it's  hard to narrow it down. 1  got to play MC at a blues  weekend in Montreal called  Blues '91, and I got to sing  'Respect Yourself with  Pop Staples!"  Meeting, hanging out and  Continued on page 3 Coast News, May 27,1991  Rodeo plans  raise concerns  Roger Lagasse investigates the contents of a derelect  45 gallon drum during a trek to the top of the Caren  Range. Keith Thirkell photo.  Save Caren Range say hikers  Proponents of a plan to  save the Caren Range as  parkland hiked into Ihe  area recently and were  appalled by the debris left  behind by recent logging  activities.  Keilh Thirkell told the  Coast News thai Roger  Lagasse, Lome Herman,  Paul Jones and others  found a large amount of  debris of all kinds, rusty  metal, partially used cans  of toxic fluids and  approximately 150 gallons  of diesel fuel in scattered  45 gallon drums.  Thirkell said that some  of the drums were leaking  and the fuel would  eventually find its way into  salmon spawning streams.  Thirkell also said the  group saw a large volume  ol timber that had been left  on Ihe ground to rot.  "Much of it was yellow  cedar and mountain  hemlock," he said. "Those  alpine species lake a very  long time to regenerate. I  estimate the value of the  timber on the ground was  around $10,000. That  would keep a small mill in  business for quite a while."  The hikers plan to report  their find to the Waste  Management Branch of the  Ministry of Environment  and demand more stringent  monitoring of logging  operations.  Discovery may  yet set sail  ���yCathrtm Fuller  The Discovery project is  rising from the ashes of  controversy and may yet  become Gibsons' future  claim to fame. The  committee Gibsons council  set to review the project was  represented by Don Ball, at  Tuesday's council meeting.  His purpose was to bring the  council up to date on the  committee's findings, but he  immediately clarified Ihe  changing role that the  committee is taking on.  "We see the Discovery  'Admin. Review committee  doing jusl that, reviewing  what has occurred since  1986, on the project. Then  we see it moving, as it has  now, to an action  group...and finally to an  advisory group, as we get a  little further down the road."  The seven members, he  said, have all become  members of the Maritime  History Society and are 99  percent sure the project is  'do-able', with some  moderations.  The Sunshine Coast  Maritime History Society  (S.C.M.H.S.) was organized  in 1986 with the intention  of building an exact replica  of the H.M.S. Discovery in  time for the bicentennial of  Captain George Vancouver's  arrival on the West Coast.  For five years the  organization has been  attempting to get off the  ground. Although local  government bodies from  Sechell, Gibsons and the  regional district all pledged  their support and  enthusiastically backed the  project, little of a tangible  nature has been  accomplished.  Ball told council the  review committee's  relationship with the society  has varied from courtship to  animosity until they now  have, "...a good working  relationship."  The committee has had to  base it's plans on two  assumptions, he said: that  the logs to build the ship  will be available (donated),  and that there will be some  financial support from  Gibsons and the regional  district.  When   none   of   the  alderman appeared to be  prepared to ask how much  money the society was  anticipating from the Town's  coffers, Ball offered,"! think  if you could find $10,000  that would get us a long way  on the plan." The subject, he  added, will be brought up a  later time.  Ball distributed a mission  statement from the society to  council. "On the occasion of  the bi-centennial  celebrations of Captain  George Vancouver's charting  of B.C.'s coastal waters,  build a full-size replica of his  ship, "Discovery" drawing on  the rich maritime heritage of  the area through active  participation of corporate  sponsors, governments and  community.  There have been times  when all sorts or  opportunities seem to  blossom about, times when  for some reason or other  almost anything looked  possible; but the greatest of  these of course was the end  of the war.  After five and a half years,  for my friend Baldwin and I,  we were about to emerge  from this unlikely chrysalis  (of the air force) and burst  upon an unsuspecting  world.  There was no question of  what we were going to do  ultimately, we were both  going to be writers, but this  could take a while before it  started bringing in the kind  of dough needed for what  we saw as our natural  lifestyle. We needed  something, not too arduous,  something not too time  consuming, but something  that would pay for the lively,  carefree life of the senses  that by this time I guess we  held to be our due.  We had been in different  theatres for the last year, but  had met again in Yarmouth,  NS, a kind of de-mob centre,  and the spinning of the  future began.  There was a third friend  of us both, and his old father  owned an island in the Juan  de Fuca Strait. It had beaches  and deer and trout, and it  had a lodge and cabins. We  would pool our DVA grants  Plans to hold a Sea  Cavalcade rodeo, in the  empty parking area behind  the swimming pool, have  residents of Davis Road  concerned for the safety of a  family of ducks in nearby  Blue Heron Park. Robert  Fredrickson made a  presentation at last week's  Gibsons council meeting,  urging the town to consider  the safety of the proposed  rodeo and its impact on the  local environment.  The residents of Davis  Road, he told aldermen,  have adopted the east end of  the park and transformed  the former bog into a duck  pond. He also pointed out  the work done by the White  Tower Society on the south-  central end. The entire area,  he explained, has become a  network of pleasant walking  paths enjoyed by many  nearby residents.  While acknowledging the  universal affection for  horses, Fredrickson added  the species has a few  shortcomings. "They're big,  really big, with relatively  small brains, and sometimes  it doesn't reach to the other  end of the horse," he said  and suggested that perhaps  many 'urbanites', council  members included, don't  remember what horses are  really like.  He cautioned council  about the potential dangers  of the horses going outside  the constricted area, and the  possibility of harm to  children, elderly people and  the neighbourhood ducks.  Later in the meeting,  council received a report  that the Sea Cavalcade  committee has gone over the  Some Gibsons residents  are concerned that the  tranquil serenity of this  duck pond will be  disturbed by rodeo  activities planned for Sea  Calvalcade.  Council talks taxes with citizens  By Stuart Burnskk,  Approximately 25 Sechelt  residents attended the  second-ever town hall  meeting sponsored by  Sechelt Council last week.  The meeting, held at  Greenecourt Hall on May  21, was to give citizens an  opportunity to discuss and  question council on the  municipal budget passed  near the beginning of the  month; a budget that raised  municipal taxes by 19.7  percent while spending is  only expected to increase by  6 per cent.  Sechelt's treasurer and  financial officer, Art Lew,  shouldered the task of  explaining the budget to  those gathered. He dissected  the process (by which the  the budget was formulated)  step by step, including hovi  the budget would differ  from last year's and what  factors influenced the almost  20 per cent increase.  Lew explained that the  increase was due, in part, to  the most recent property  assessment work done. It  raised the value of the  "...average $100,000 house  by 56 per cent...", while the  District's mil rate has  actually dropped because of  the increased assessment  value, municipal taxes have  gone up.  He also blamed three  "key" items of decreased  revenue for the tax increase.  Planning and building  permits fees were down  from 1990 levels by some  $73,000 (31.5 per cent).  "We had a bumper year  for subdivisions and  buildings in 1990 that hasn't  reappeared," Lew said,  "...and we don't expect it to."  A 75 percent decrease in  a provincial restructuring  grant was another area of  lost revenue for the  municipality. According to  Lew, the District of Sechelt  By the end of the 1990 fiscal  year approximately  $100,000 had been spent.  While this means there is a  $50,000 carry-over to be  used in this year's budget, it  still represents a 40.7 per  cent dtcrease from 1990.  It was pointed out that a  significant drop in the  assessed mil rate by the  school board had resulted in  received a five year grant  when it restructured in  1986. Last year the grant  was for $179,000. This year  - the final year - the grant is  for $44,750.  "This is the year we're  weaned off the cow," noted  Lew, "...next year we'll get  nothing."  The third area of revenue  loss - a municipal surplus -  Lew referred to as "a bit of a  strange animal". He said that  in 1990 the municipality,  when accounting changes  were made, had a $150,000  surplus that was budgeted  for municipal expenditures.  "This is the year  we're weaned  off the cow...  next year we'll  get nothing."  Art Lew  an overall increase to the  average $100,000  homeowner of  approximately 11 per cent.  Questions raised at the  forum by residents focused  more on the details of the  budget rather than the  overall effect.  Resident John Burns  questioned, among other  things, the expenses accrued  by Derek Ashford while he  held the title of municipal  engineer.  "In 1990, $156,000 was  paid to Derek Ashford as a  consultant. He also received  a salary as an employee of  Post war  planning blues  IN A NUTSHELL  S. Nutter  and run it jointly as a posh  resort. After it got going  there would only need to be  one of us there at a time,  and we'd all have two-thirds  of the year free for writing.  Nothing wrong with that,  but then our friend went  home on leave, found his  old father was going to  marry his nurse, made some  kind of pass at his putative  stepmother, and got cut off  without a penny.  There was another chap  in that mess who came to  take an interest in our  plottings. He was a  squadron leader, big,  weather-beaten, but smooth.  He was in charge of ail the  search and rescue T boats or  the coast and he was an  excellent choice for the job.  Before the war he had been  the number one rum-runner  from St. Pierre-Miquelon to  Cape Cod and he knew  those waters and all the  inlets as he knew his  redolent face in the mirror.  "Look boys," he said one  evening when we were  sitting apart, "after the war  they're going to sell those  flying boats you fly. Why  don't you raise up a little  dough and buy one?"  The idea of course was  that we'd use it for  'transport'. He would make  all the arrangements at this  end. We knew the coast and  we knew the radar. A  couple of trips up from  Martinique and the aircraft  would be paid for, and after  that everything was jam.  I'm not saying that we  took this seriously, but from  time to time we'd find we  were both thinking about it.  Finally Baldwin went down  to the States on leave (he  was an American), and  visited his only really rich  old aunt in New York. She  was some kind of  Guatemalan princess, and  had married David's uncle  when he was Minister of  Transport. (He had helped a  fleeing president across the  border in the dickey of his  roadster, so when the  president got back in they  made him Minister of  Transport.)  Baldwin was her favourite  nephew, and when he  mumbled something about  wanting to buy a Catalina  she said, "Daveed, you want  to buy a Fatalina, I buy you a  squadron of Catalina." But  then she died.  In the course of time we  relumed to the various  bosoms of our families, he  to New Orleans, I to Ottawa.  He became entertainment  editor of the New Orleans  Item and I learned  something about film. Some  time passed in this way and  then it became apparent that  television was about to burst  upon America.  We seemed to have the  same idea at the same time:  a company to make 16 mm  story films for the new  monster. I went down to  New Orleans. The French  Quarter we thought would  provide the best possible  backdrops. There was a  lively pro and semi-pro  acting community; and we  Sechelt," Bums asserted.  Lew clarified that Ashford  had received "...only  $143,000 as a consultant..."  and around $13,000 in  salary.  The total of those figures  gives you the $156,000," he  said,and added that about  30 percent of that money  was paid by provincial  grants.  Resident Adrian Hovestad,  switching the discussion to  municipal spending, said he  thought it was time Sechelt  acquired a purchasing agent  "...or someone smart  enough..." not to make  municipal purchases until  more than one price has  been sought.  "A good purchasing agent  can save this municipality a  lot of money," he said.  Mayor Nancy MacLarty  agreed with Hovestad saying  that while she didn't believe  the municipality was big  enough to warrant hiring a  purchasing agent as such,  there is "...someone in place  now who, for once, is not  just taking the first price  that's offered on  something..We're trying to  find the best deal."  Hovestad earned the  Council a round of applause  whir, he said that he, as one  who refularly attended  council meetings and who  followed closely the  progress of council  decisions, felt Sechelt  council was doing a  "tremendous job" and  commended them for it.  would use the stories of  Ambrose Bierce and Edgar  Allen Poe for adaptation.  He knew the man, a scion  of Fleishman's Yeast, who  had the licence to start the  first television station in  New Orleans, and he liked  our idea. The opening was a  scant few months away, and  we settled down to adapt a  few Bierces and Poes and  cut out a few actors; I did,  however, need to be making  a bit of money.  A Canadian couldn't  work in the States without a  green card and I  moonlighted for Baldwin,  everything on his by-line.  This worked, but along  came Mardi-Gras. Somehow  in an early dawn I got  entangled with a US navy  man. Two New Orleans type  gendarmes were there on  the spot and my cover was  blown. Not too long after it  was pointed out that my  time in the States without a  green card had expired.  A little more time went by  and I was living serenely in  Winnipeg with a family of  two. A telegram arrived.  Baldwin had the backing of  some Southern papers to go  to India and cover the end of  the British Raj. Would I  share the by-line? I passed it  over to my wife and she  practically tainted in her  chair, and that was really the  end of the post war planning  of Baldwin, Nutter and Co.  * ��: ..c .t * Aj*-* .*..*- --. -- -  a-rfc^-*-  Si.:A *��� :h S*Jc: Coast News, May 27,1991  COAST NEWS PHOTO CONTEST  Four more photos were  selected as winners this  week, and the lucky entrants  and their prizes are as  follows:  (Clockwise from top left)  Babies, Winner: AIRLIE  STOCKWELL, Sechelt -  Prize: Sunday Brunch at  CEDARS PUB; Pets &  Animals, Winner: PATRICIA  HAMMOND, Gibsons -  Prize: 4 rolls of colour film  Irom PHOTO WORKS;  People, Winner: BETT  SNOWDON, Sechelt - Prize:  Lunch at OMEGA  RESTAURANT;  Other,  Winner: P.M. FOSS,  Halfmoon Bay - Prize: Pholo  album from TRI-PHOTO  All winners will receive an  8x10 colour enlargement of  their winning photo from  EAE PHOTOGRAPHY.  For details of contest rules  and the entry form, please  turn to page 20.  James cont'd, from pagel  playing with one's heroes  may not rank with chart  position, merchandising  spin-offs, and last night's  gross at the stadium for  some, but for Colin James  il's the emotional marrow at  the core of the lifestyle he's  chosen. One can easily  imagine him lying on the  floor of his boyhood room  back on the prairies soaking  up and spacing out to  (.'ream, Hendrix, Santana,  Byrds, the Band, the Staples,  absorbing the sounds and  dreaming of...well, of  trading guitar riffs with  Buddy Guy and Alvin Lee.  Dreams die hard, and ihe  ones that die hardest are the  most likely to come true.  lames may be only 26 [and  feel 16], bul he's lieen al one  of (he toughest gigs around  for longer than most  businesses manage to  Survive. Which is why he is  amused by the notion thai  his burgeoning career might  he viewed by some as  "meteoric" in its suddenness  of emergence and rarefied  trajectory.  "Sure doesn't seem that  way to me!" he laughs. "I've  been on the road for ten  years...playing the bars over  and over again...so while it  may look that way  outwardly, it sure doesn't  feel that way to me."  It has long been  something of a cultural  truism thai Canadian artists  starve for support at home  until they make it in the  United States, whereupon  Ihey are pounced on and  gummed to death for "selling  out." James isn't worried  about this particular  Phenom in the least: "I don't  like to walk around with a  beaver on my head I love  Canada with all my heart I  haven't moved to LA. But the  States is where the business  is, so you gotta go there."  Colin, who's been touring  almost solidly for the past  year, had originally intended  to take the summer off. "Hut  you get offers, you know?"  lie said philosophically, an  evocative shrug sneaking  along the telephone line.  "We're gonna do spot tours -  a couple of weeks a month "  "We" refers lo himself and  his band, which includes  saxman John Ferreira,  keyboardist Rick Hopkins.  Dennis Marcenko |bass|,  and drummer Darrell Mayes.  Colin is looking forward In  the one-nighter in Powell  River, good memories  having resulted from the  previous two times he  played the area.  "I played a bar there about  six years ago - a place with a  big picture window looking  out on the water. Then I  worked there again a few  months later."  As it so happens. James  was working as a sidenian  for other headliners when  he played Powell River, but  this time he's fronting the  outfit.  But Colin James doesn't  find that kind of irony at all  unusual. It's the nature of the  beast.  He's just happy to be  riding the tiger.  Post-modern  skullduggery  As anthropological  publications go, the Leakey  RiQuarterly is miniscule,  boasting a circulation of  only 666. But powerful  things come in small  packages (Piltdown Man, for  example, weighed much less  than his Neanderthal  brethren bul left more  defined footprints, according  to a recent BiQuarterly  article), and this tiny  scientific journal is known  as the "invisible giant" by  those whose business it is to  know such things.  The journal's general  anonymity is certain to  vanish like prehistoric camp  smoke in a stiff breeze as a  result of a paper contained  in its current issue. Written  by the eminent French  anthropologist Dr. Bella  Donna Poitrine (renowned  for her discovery of the  erotic Alsace-Lorraine cave  paintings which carbon-  dated to roughly 69 million  B.C.), the learned article  concerns itself with two  skulls.  Unearthed sixteen years  ago by Poitrine during a  secrecy-shrouded dig at  Flushing Meadows, New  Jersey, she initially assumed  they were the remains of  aboriginals whose ancestors  FROM THE HIP  J.M. Sherman  had migrated to North  America fleeing the ice age  which wiped out  Pleistocene Man in Europe  for good.  The good doctor trekked  to New Jersey in 1975 for  the express purpose of  validating this theory. Upon  first blush, these two skulls  (found buried side by side as  if, one of Pditrine's assistants  joked "they had died  together watching the tube!")  seemed to prove her  hypothesis.  Rut as Dr. Poitrine herself  confesses in her astonishing  paper, the moment she and  her research team began the  painstaking process of  "multiple skull evaluation",  tilings became "...sticky-  puzzly... strange even for a  field where the bizarre is  commonplace."  MM & fact  Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons  866-3100  I shall not burden you  wilh the details of the arcane  procedures employed and  which Poitrine writes about  at length, except to mention  that she exhausted every  state-of'-theart dating  technique then at the  disposal of such fossil record  detectives, all in an attempt  to debunk what seemed to  be an incontrovertible  conclusion.  "Apparently we had been  seeking in the most wrong  direction the origination of  the skulls!", confides  Poitrine. "So it came with  immense shock and  consternation to be  confronted with the fact that  these specimens did nol -  incredibly! - come from the  past. Not ours, at any rate."  Where then did the skulls  come from? "From the Past  of a Present which lies some  distance in our own Future",  Dr. Bella Donna Poitrine  reluctantly concluded.  Employing the still-  controversial "Malmo  Quanta-Wavicle" Swedish  dating technique (used lo  determine the precise date  and day of Tutankhamen's  mummification), Poitrine  writes that she was  "...compelled to accept that  Bereniece and Claude - my  pet names for the skulls -  died in what is known as  New Jersey on April 26,  AD. 6,666"  And how did they die?  Dr. Poitrine addresses Ihis  question directly, after first  sketching in broad strokes  the kind of lives likely led by  Bereniece and Claude.  "They died of boredom",  Poitrine dispassionately  reports, "surrounded by  cultural artifacts which  indicate they did not fall  prey to an uncommon  malady. Neocortical trace  residues revealed brains  which had atrophied Irom  disuse to the point where  nature took over And. as  she is wont lo do in cases  where physiological  functions become irrelevant,  Nature simply initiated a  process of retrograde  evolution."  Dr. Poitrine's most  shocking discovery, one  which has sent seismic  repercussions through a  dozen scientific disciplines,  is how long Bereniece and  Claude lived.  Their life span was 3(2  years each", asserts Poitrine,  "but only the last 142  represent the 'terminal'  phase of their Machine Age-  derived disease." Poitrine  finds it highly ironic that  today, "....frantic searches  are underway to extend  human life spans; indeed,  attempts are being made to  Continued on page 19  AWARDS NIGHT  Gibsons and District Chamber of Commerce will honour five outstanding  citizens at our 3rd annual award presentation night to be held June 19.  The Chamber executive needs your assistance in nominating someone you think  deserves Ihis award. We have divided these awards into different categories to make it a  little easier for nominating.  If you know of someone who has volunteered their lime and services to the benefit of  others during Ihe past year 1990, please fill out the nominating form below and forward  lothe CHAMBER OFFICE at BOX 1190, GIBSONS by JUNE 5TH.  'I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  1990 Gibsons Outstanding Citizens Award        I  CateRory:,  . Couple .  Municipal   Special _  .Service.  Cultural   Youth  _ Corporation  NOMINEE: _  ADDRESS: _  TELEPHONE:  .NOMINATOR:.  .TELEPHONE: _  REASON FOR NOMINATION:  NOW OPEN  Sunshine Coast Mobile Home Park  Phase II  New homes starting as low as  $49,000,000 with 5% down O.A.C.  4 show homes on display  Saturday, June 1 ��� 10-5pm  Sunday, June 2 - 12-4pm  Free Coffee and Donuts  REGAL  HOMES LTD.  This is truly the  alternative to  apartment or  townhouse living.  Sunshine Coast Highway, Gibsons  For Information Or An Appointment To View Call: 885-6340 Coast News, May 27,1991  EDITORIAL ��� OPINION  Editorial Board: Jim Davidson, Publisher,  Cathrine Fuller, Editor:  Jan Michaafcaitaaerman, Editor  Highway bomb ticking  During a recent public forum on Sechelt merchant  security, the RCMP made it know they are so under  staffed that sometimes there is only one officer on duty  to cover an area from Flume Road to Egmont!  This sorry reality is something that drivers, as well as  vandals and break-in artists, count on and some swift,  decisive action must be taken and taken soon.  What concerns us more than robberies and petty  vandalism is the fact that the situation on Highway 101  is fast becoming intolerable. With virtually no policing  of a two-lane road, (which the right-headed agree is an  84 kilometer serpentine death trap) travel along 101  comes down to the honour system.  And it's simply nol effective, the primary exception  being the professionally-driven vehicles whose drivers  for the most part stay within the law. Albeit some of  the largest motorized behemoths are a menace simply  as a consequence of their size and the inadequacies of  the road.  The so-called "average driver" is the problem. Speed  laws (which are generous given the built-in hazards of  101 itself) are largely ignored, and those who insist on  driving al a safe speed take iheir lives in their hands,  since tailgating is on the increase. Passing on double  lines, on curves and hills is common, as are  exhibitions of frustration, anger, and barely concealed  hostility.  We hasten to point out lhat this assessment is being  rendered prior to - not during - tourist season on the  Sunshine Coasl. The knowledge that things will get  worse, not better, is frighteningly axiomatic. How  many bloody wrecks, how many corpses and torn-up  bodies will have to litter 101 before this pressing  problem is even acknowledged?  The honour system no longer works. Drivers must  he taken to task and held accountable for their  behavior behind the wheel. Only an adequate police  presence can accomplish this, and it is up to the  responsible authorities, and the citizenry, to demand of  Victoria that nothing less he put in place immediately.  Unsolicited advice  There should be some compulsory training for  developers which includes a basic course in  diplomacy. It often seems, in this area, that developers  encounter massive opposition less because of what  they want to do than how they present it.  Hayden Killam's penchant for law suits and  ultimatums have certainly fueled the flames of protest  against his Gospel Rock development.  Marcorp could have substantially diminished the  level of antagonism invoked by their landscaping  proposal to Gibsons Council if they had not suggested  the requirements are unreasonable compared lo  Surrey's. They should have made it their business to  know that the most common chant in council  chambers and meeting rooms around the Coast is, "We  don't want to end up like Surrey!"  Perhaps a little sensitivity training, a little diplomacy,  or some dialogue with members of the community  would go a long way to helping developers inspire  cooperation instead of warlike opposition.  Why things are  the way they are...  A few years aeo.  Ceoree said to  Saddam..."need to  buy a few suns?"...  All Bill (lander Zalm really      ,|(  wanted was his own talk show.  Some people on the  Sunshine Coasl really  wanted a lerry...  Brian Mulroney  just wants to  be on the face  of a coin...  ...and the Gibsons Rueby Team  predicted they'd win every  tame in'91...  There is a terrible irony  and a lesson for democracy  in the assassination of the  former Prime Minister of  India. Rajiv Gandhi, during  the current election  campaign in the world's  most populous democracy.  Rajiv Gandhi is the  grandson of India's first  Prime Minister, Pandit  Nehru. Nehru was  succeeded by his daughter  Indira (mother of Rajiv) who  was herself assassinated  seven years ago.  The terrible iron)' is that,  by coincidence, the last two  assassinated prime ministers  have borne the surname of  Mahalma Gandhi, who was  assassinated just as the long  struggle for Indian  independence was  completed.  So it is that in less than  half a century three Indian  leaders surnamed Gandhi   '  have been eliminated by-*   i  assassins. The irony lies in   I  the fact that Mahatma  Gandhi, the 20th century's  leading proponent of nonviolence was not a man who  sought political power. The  Mahatma ("Greal Soul") was  killed by a religious fanatic  acting without reason. He  The tragedy  of India  MUSINGS  John Burnside  was a spiritual leader, :  perhaps the greatest of this  century, as much beloved by  the mill workers of rainy  Lancashire, whose jobs his  independence movement  was said to threaten, as he  was by the villagers of sunbaked India.  The political lesson can  be found in the fact that the  leaders of Nehru's Congress  party have clung to power in  the world's largest  democracy by presenting  themselves as the only group  who could hold the country  together. They have traded  on the family relationship  with Pandit Nehru and the  happenstance magic of the  name Gandhi to cling to  power for almost all of the  past half century. They  proposed, with the death of  Rajiv, to make his widow  the prime minister. She has  declined the offer.  In the process of clinging  to power as the only  alternative and in trading on  the names of the great  leaders of Indian  independence, Nehru and  Mahatma Gandhi, they have  become hugely centralized  and massively corrupt. There  are, after half a century, no  leaders in training other than  the immediate descendants  of the first prime minister.  The lesson for democracy,  and we have touched on this  recently in a local context, is  that the retention of power  for too long in one party's  hands leads to abuse of  power. This was true in  Brezhnev's Soviet Union, in  Rajiv Gandhi's India, and is  tme in the politics of British  Columbia in this year of  grace.  The fact is, and this must  be said, that the 20th  century has only one  significant Gandhi. The  Mahatma who never sought  power. Indira and Rajiv  (who really just wanted to  be an airline pilot) were  caught up because of their  family connections in the  play of political power.  Though not, perhaps,  personally corrupt they were  the pawns of corrupt power  seekers whom the Mahatma  would have scorned, and  they have paid for it with  violent deaths.  Are we capable of  discerning and learning the  central lessons of democracy  that these terrible killings  reveal to us?  LETTERS  Let's hear It for  the Boonie  Editor:  Reading Jan Michael  Sherman's "From the hip"  column in the Coast News  of May 18, 1991, I felt  compelled to pursue this  subject a little further, with  the thought that, witticisms  aside, Mr. Sherman may be  seriously interested in the  concept of local currency.  First of all, I should point  out that you do not have to  go lo New England to  discover local currencies.  The "mother of all systems",  as the current fashion would  have it, was devised and  introduced by Michael  Linton of Landsman  Community Services, Ltd.,  Courtenay, BC and has been  in operation since about  1983. His system, called  LETS (Local Exchange  Trading System) is quoted in  about every textbook on the  subject and is operating in  50 or 60 communities from  the UK to Australia and New  Zealand.  The LETS system uses no  tokens or other species. It  allows one to create money  out of thin air (exactly as a  bank does when it agrees to  lend you, say, $5000). The  control mechanism is simply  a ledger (ideally on a  computer) which is brought  up to date each day as  transactions are reported lo  a telephone answering  service.  One version uses "green  dollars" which are  considered on a par wilh  official dollars and the two  can be combined, as  necessary, to complete a  transaction. Thus, if you  agreed to cut my lawn for  10 "green" dollars, I would  phone up the ledger service  and ask it to credit you with  10 "green" dollars (I would  be debited wilh the same  amount).  You may then go to a local  barber for a haircut costing  seven official dollars, bul the  barber, as a member of the  LEI'S system, will accept five  of your "green" dollars plus  two official dollars which  the barber calculates are  needed to pay costs (hydro?)  emanating from outside the  community. He can use your  five "green" dollars to  engage, say, a plumber lo  repair his sink.  For my part, I must,  eventually, pay off the 10  "green" dollars I created lo  have my lawn cut by  performing a service to  someone else in the system -  and so on.  Another point, of course, is  that the institution of such a  system requires no  government   sanction   or  participation at any level. It  only requires a few,  enlightened souls to agree to  trade together - preferably  with the cooperation and  participation of one or more  community stores and  businesses.  Again, the system works  most effectively in relatively  small communities. It is  better to have one in  Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  Sechell, Halfmoon Bay,  Madeira Park, Garden Bay,  etc., - all working separately  hut cooperatively - than one  large single system for the  whole Coast.  So, if you wish, let's get  started! My number is 8H.V  9679 and Michael Linton  will come over and  supervise the details  whenever you wish.  Harold G, Hrandreth  Heart Fund raises  $25,000  Editor:  I am writing to thank the  Coast News for your  coverage of the Heart and  Stroke Foundation's activities  over the past few months.  While there may yet be  children "Jumping Rope for  Heart", and people playing  bridge for Heart, the BC  Yukon Heart and Stroke  Foundation February fund  raising campaign results are  tallied. Ihe team of  volunteers that coordinated  and canvassed had a  successful door-to-door,  business-to-business, mall-to-  mall collection that sparked  the generosity of the  Sunshine Coast community  members.  Thanks to all the  volunteers -- especially to  Verla Hobson who is  retiring from a devoted  commitment to the Heart  Fund campaigns on the  Coast over many years.  Thank you to the local  media for their coverage and  support. You did it,  Sunshine Coast. You  generously gave $25,294 to  education and research  aimed at overcoming  Canada's number one cause  of death- thank you!  Mary Findlay  Museum expresses  thanks  Editor:  The Elphinstone Pioneer  Museum would especially  like to thank the following  for their help for, or at, the  "Open House" on Saturday,  May 18 to celebrate our  25th anniversary! SuperValu,  for their donation of a  beautiful cake; the local  newspapers and Cable 11  for excellent coverage of the  event; Tarn and Audrey  Johnson for hosting; Nora  Hill, Shirley Richardson,  Betty Robertson, Georgia  Finnemore, Lilian Kunstler,  Angela Kroning, Jennifer  Hopkins, Laurel Sukkau,  Judy McLay, Mary Gregory,  Violet Winegarden, Jim  Westell and Jason Pawliuk.  All these people shared  their time, experience and  joy so that others might have  the pleasure of enjoying our  first class museum. It was a  delight to have George and  Charlotte Gibsons |AKA  John Burnside and Louise  Hume) escort Miss Gibsons'  Landings Merchants |AKA  Stephanie Berry] on a tour,  ou make it all worthwhile!  Lola Westell, President  Opinions sold  Editor:  The similarity between  forest industry advertising  and the articles and letters  written by local company  foresters is no coincidence.  These foresters have been  hired to protect their  companies' interests, and  their opinions are bought  and paid for. To find out  what is really going on we  must go to sources not  under the influence of the  forest industry.  The publications Forest  Planning Canada are two  such sources. This is where  we find a forestry consultant  thoroughly exposing how  little the forest industry  actually contributes to jobs,  community stability,  government revenues and  the overall economy of the  province. This is where a  registered professional  forester and a forest  ecologist debunk the myth  that clearcutting mimics  natural occurrences such as  forest fires. Here we find a  public official criticizing the  sawmill in his community  for having a capacity to cut  twice as many sawlogs as his  region can sustainably  supply. Here a US Forest  Service employee tells how  his superiors turn a blind  eye to the violation of  regulations by logging  companies. And on and on.  Our forests are mismanaged by greedy, shortsighted, ecologically Illiterate  environmental delinquents  who look us in the eye and  tell us one and one is three.  If you seek honesty and  objectivity in forestry issues -  or any issues - do not put  your money on someone  whose opinions are bought  and paid for and whose job  is to protect the interest of  their company and their  industry.  Steve Cohl, Gibsons  "  ^���a THE SUNSHINE-  NEWS  SuneHno Ceaol Nssas Is bcatyorml        The fcraNne Com  PuMleher  OtBc* Manager  Editor  ��� nGamy oatnad  end psAmbeej on At lunar*. Cam. B.C.  M Morrissr by tloaoM Pm* IM, Bob  AsX. OJbeone, BC. VON 1VO, 004) SW-��22,  FAX AXA) tat-THS; SoeM Ofloa. (MM)  !�����.��& FAX (elM) is��MM.  ss4ms4Cm��IMImmalorimx*m  Ths Surardne Cms* New, Is protected by  rappirrajW and recwriualun ol any pan duty  my means Is prohMed unleea parmiaelon ��i  wrWngie (ear secured Irom OJaaaford Praoe  Ud., holOaroHvacoprrlohl.  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Private consultant Michael  Siddall was asking the EDC  to sponsor the program  which would operate under  Manpower's Canada Job  Strategy. He told EDC  members the project would  provide training for four  people who have been out  of work for 26 weeks , with  the nine month period  leading to the production of  the management seminar.  "This is an excellent  opportunity for the Sunshine  Coast," said Siddall.  "Encouraging conferences of  this kind is a really good  idea for us. It will facilitate  the Coast to become more  known as a place for  conferences and seminars."  Siddall explained there is  strong interest in a new  approach to management  which stresses paying  attention to customers and  staff.  Amnesty  anniversary  May 28 is the 30th  anniversary of Amnesty  International, the London-  based human rights  organization.  Since 1961, Amnesty  International has adopted  42,000 cases of men,  women and children who  have been detained for their  beliefs, colour, ethnic origin,  sex, religion or language.  Thirty-eight thousand of  these cases have been  closed, that is, the prisoners  have been released or haye  died.  The organization has  made 922 visits to different  countries on behalf of  people who have not used  or advocated violence.  Amnesty International has  1.1 million members,  subscribers and donors in  150 countries and  territories. There are  organized groups in 70  countries, including Canada.  The group here on the  Sunshine Coast meets  monthly, and solicits  donations and requests for  information to: Amnesty  International, PO Box 474,  Sechelt, VON 3A0. For more  information call Rob  Bourque (886-38220 or Jay  Hamburger (883-2472).  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Members of the Sechelt  Council, Gibsons Council,  Sechelt Indian Government  District and Regional District  all met in the SCRD  boardroom to converse  about issues ranging from  membership in the  Association of Vancouver  Island Municipalities to  garbage collection on the  Coast.  Coast wide recreation  was discussed with all four  governments reiterating their  approval of the PERC  Commission report, a fifteen  year coastal recreation  improvement plan  Sechelt Alderman Doug  Reid said he agreed the  concept was worthwhile hut  noted there was an awful lot  of material to digest (in the  PERC report) He suggested  an interim commission he  formed   to   "study   the  study..to really get down to  the nuts and the bolts of the  thing."  With everyone in  agreement, Gordon Wilson  recommended that each  municipality consider and  put forward the name of an  individual they would have  on such a commission.  The next topic to be  discussed was a multi-use  equestrian park. Gordon  Wilson championed the idea  saying il was a money-  making proposition for all  municipalities concerned.  He noted that interest in  horses and horse events is  growing on Ihe Coast and  the overall expense of  '.wilding riding and show  facilities is relatively  Inexpensive, done in stages.  ���SCRD Chairman Peggy  Conner pointed out that  "money is available right  now (for building such  Structures) through federal  government work projects".  She suggested gelling started  on such a park, "the sooner  the hettcr*.  A central dispatch  between all of the Coast's  TERMINAL  ForestProductsLtd.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  Competitive Prices  Camp Run  CEDAR ��� FIR ��� HEMLOCK  TOWN OF GIBSONS  1991  Sprinkling Regulations  Effective May 20, 1991  ODD NUMBERED HOUSES  permitted sprinkling on lollowing days:  Monday 7:00 -10:00 a.m. and 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.  Wednesday 7:00 -10:00 a.m. and 7:00 ��� 9:00 p.m.  Friday 7:00 -10:00 a.m.  EVEN NUMBERED HOUSES  permitted sprinkling on following days:  Tuesday 7:00 -10:00 a.m. and 7:00 ��� 9:00 p.m.  Thursday 7:00 -10:00 a.m. and 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.  Saturday     7:00-10:00 a.m.  NOTE: ��� NO sprinkling on Sundays  ��� ONE (1) sprinkler per property  Please adhere to the above regulations in order to  conserve water and hopefully avoid further  restrictions.  Wilbert Fair  SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC WORKS  NATIONAL REAL  ESTATE   SERVICE  RECYCLING TIPS  Bs aware of the terminology of RECYCLING  Paper products may be labelled "recycled paper" or  "recycled fibre" but contain only mill wastes such  as cuttings from paper rolls which have always been  reused. Look for the "post-consumer paper" content, to be sure that you are buying paper that has  been "recycled" as the term is commonly understood.  <��  PLEASE USE THE  QIBSONS RECYCLING DEPOT  Operated by SCRAPS and Super Valu  GIBSONS REALTY LTD.  888-2277  volunteer fire departments  was reviewed next. SCRD  Director Brett McGillivray  reported that all Coastal fire  departments were now "online" and hooked up to the  same dispatch equipment.  He said this was the  prerequisite for establishing  '911' service on the Coast  and noted that ambulances  and police could be hooked  into the same central  dispatch service, something  he sees in the future.  The next issue brought to  the fore was transit service  on the Coast. Sechelt  Alderman Joyce Kolibas  started the conversation by  asking if it would not be  possible to have more bus  routes provided withi.:  municipalities rather than  having transit buses "...just  going down to the ferry".  Director Cordon Wilson  said the Coast's transit  system did, in fact, serve  more than just the ferry and  that service would be  expanding in the future. He  said the problem, until  recently, is that only two  buses have been serving the  Coast, and added that soon  there will be five buses  "...and possibly seven." He  said that to increase service  to a given area it must be  shown there is enough  interest to support that  expansion.  The use of foreshore  leases for use in barging in  houses from off the Coast  was also on the agenda to be  discussed. Brett McGillivray  noted that there was  no'strong policy" regarding  where these house should  be landed or what sort of  permit should be required in  order to land a barged  house. Further discussion  revealed that none of the  municipalities had any kind  of enforceable policy either.  Discussion on the matter  ended with a joint  agreement to work toward a  collective policy to regulate  the unloading of barged  houses.  Following this discussion,  S1GD Councillor Ben Pierre  broached the subject of  vandalism in the Sechelt  area, in particular, to the  new Indian Band Complex.  Pierre said the new building  has had windows broken  and, when a complex  security guard approached  widow breakers caught in  the act, rocks were thrown  at him. Pierre said he was  aware of discussions  between the merchants of  Sechelt and the RCMP about  vandalism in that  municipality and wanted to  know what advice the  RCMP had offered them.  Alderman Doug Reid,  who had attended the  meeting Pierre mentioned,  said the RCMP had  advocated using private  security, as the band has  provided for their complex,  but had also mentioned  using two way radios for  direct contact with the  police. Reid said the RCMP  stressed that citizens should  not become physically  involved wilh preventing  crime or vandalism but  rather to report it to the  police as soon as possible.  Chief Tom Paul indicated  he liked the idea of radio  communication with the  RCMP and would he  looking into it.  Touched on briefly,  following vandalism  discussions, was the subject  of coastal garbage collection.  SCRD Director Jim Gurney  announced that the regional  landfill might not be  accepting used tires or car  batteries in the near future.  Gurney said the provincial  government had stipulated  that provincial landfills  could no longer dispose of  tires or batteries. He noted,  however, that the regional  landfill accepted these items  for re-use and recycling, not  for disposal. He said  clarification would be  needed from die government  as to whether or not this  procedure would still be  acceptable.  The final item, debated at  great length, was a proposed  regional design panel that  would be used to evaluate  proposed building structures  and designs along the entire  coast. Brett McGillivray,  who initially proposed such  a panel for the region, said  it's function would be  "advisory only" and would  consist of "experts" in the  area of design who would  make recommendations to  the Regional Board on the  suitability of new structures,  including how those  structures could be  improved.  Director Gordon Wilson  said he opposed the concept  on the grounds that it  represented more  government intervention in  the lives of individuals,  adding that he felt the design  panel would eventually seek  more power than it was  originally intended to have.  "...that panel will empower  themselves - whether we like  it or not - to start to make  decisions as to what this  community should look  like." he said.  McGillivray eventually  refuted this assertion by  saying the design panel was  in no way a new level of  government and would only  be asked for input in certain  instances. "Many, many  municipalities have design  panels," he said, "It's  something we would  control."  SPCA  NEWS  One the cats awaiting adoption at the SPCA Is this  mottled grey/black neutral male cat. He was  found In the Halfmoon Bay area and is around  four years old, gentle and affectionate. Please call  885-4771 If he Is yours or can give him a home.  ill  if  \��  sy  ^tfiGGEnfflfl  %  introduces  CRABTREE & EVELYN  PARIS  Gower Point Rd. Gibsons Landing  ft  a?  ii  n  aV5f**i '���W-'-i'''. fl '.mi. ���*;���." At* ,vlTv;'t"CAai  MOTOR INN  Visit the Gibsons Motor Inn..,  stay in one of our luxury rooms and enjoy  the heated indoor pool and hot tub.  Exercise in our new fitness room.  Stroll through  the courtyard  to  RESTAURANT f  Feast on the great  array of food prepared  by Chef Simon  The Sunday Buffet Brunch  11:00 am - 2:00 pm  should not be missed  Bun Appctit  With this coupon you are invited to enjoy our  2 for 1  LUNCH SPECIAL  June 3, 4, and 5 (11 am - 2 pm)  Buy lunch for yourself  and your f rlsnd's lv on us  (Same or lesser value)  Some restrictions apply  i^Z'r-s MOTOR INN  HAid-frflAV RESTAURANT  886-4638  ��   a.*,-   .*-������->-'  ���r^;^"^^v-��y��^:����f{u:^t^-'*   * -"'."*  . r*f��-.1*/r*"'*r^ .���*-<���- I-  mam Coast News, May 27,1991  M(.ke this Space  WORK FOR YOU  885 3930 886 2622  IGEORGE IN GIBSONS!  ���y Gat!* caaptr MMsa  On the afternoon of  Sunday, May 12, in the  Roberts Creek Legion HaU, a  happy gathering of family  and friends wished Cliff and  Vina Beeman a joyful 50th  wedding anniversary.  Son Bud Beeman as  master of ceremonies,  introduced the immediate  family - his wife Rhonda, his  brother Paul, and sisters  Diana Waite, Vicki Bergner,  Lauris Spence and their  husbands, and the  grandchildren.  Jo Hammond sang Will  You Remember from  Maytime, a musical of years  ago. "It was the very song that  was sung at our wedding  reception," said Vina, "and  that really touched us. Anil  Jo had to look everywhere  for a copy and finally found  one   in   the   Vancouver  Library."  There were dozens of  congratulatory messages and  cards from near and far.  Ernie Fossett, for the Roberts  Creek Legion, presented  Vina and Cliff, a charter  member of the branch, an  inscribed tray. Among the  other gifts was a money tree  in the form of a bonsai from  long-time friends Mack and  Bessie Baba.  Vina and Cliff were  married May 9, 1941, in  Mountainview United  Church in Vancouver. At  that time Cliff was in the  army and the next year went  overseas, eventually to see  action, first in Italy as  wireless sergeant in the  Ninth Armoured Regiment  (the BC Dragoons), and later  in Northwest Europe. While  he was overseas, Vina  worked in a munitions plant  in eastern Canada.  NEW?  On  Baby  Bride or bride to be  Have we visited YOU yet?  We have Gifts to welcome you.  CALL USt  Helen Milburn 886-8676    Ruth Bulpit 885-5847  Nan Nanson    886-3416    Rosemarie Cook 885-5821  BC hydro  INVITATION TO TENDER  DESCRIPTION:        REFERENCE: SITE VISIT DATE:   CLOSING DATE  Janitorial Service    Malaspina Sub 30 Miy 1991 Noon-7 June 1991  at Malaspina Janitorial Service 10:00 am to Noon  Substation, Madeira  Park. B.C.  31 May 1991 Noon-7 June 1991  10:00 am to Noon  Substation Gibsons  Landscape Substation  Maintenance at       Landscape Mtc  Gibsons Substation,  Gibsons. BC  Tenders may be obtained at the Site Visit  (Malaspina Substation, Madeira Park, B.C. for  Janitorial Service and Gibsons Substation for Gibsons Landscape Mtc). Sealed tenders clearly  marked with reference will be received at the  Cheekye Substation by mall (Box 3000, Garibaldi  Highlands, B.C. VON 1T0) or by FAX (898-9842)  until noon on the above closing date. Please note  site visit time and date.  OPEN DAILY 1-5  -/J ����� *' JaV-  NORTH OAKS  iU*':3  767 North Road at Kiwanis Way  27 Unit Townhome  Development  Adult Oriented ��� Single Level  $89,900     900 sq. ft. home. This unit has 1  bedroom, 1 bathroom, 5 appliances, all  window blinds, oak cabinets, patio and  large backyard, bay window and skylight  in living room and skylight in bathroom,  large walk-In closet.  $98,900     1029 sq. ft. B plan. This unit has 2  bedrooms, 1 bathroom with skylight, 5  appliances, large storage room, oak  cabinets, bay window and skylight in  living room, hardwood floor In entry.  $122,900   1210 sq. ft. - A plan. This unit has 2  bedrooms, 2 complete bathrooms - both  with skylights, large storage room, hardwood floor in entry, 5 appliances, oak  cabinets, bay window in dining room,  blinds on all windows, 2 skylights in living  room, large patio and back yard, corner  fireplace with stone facing, fully  enclosed garage.  ^m enclosed  for more Information please call  Twin Oaks Development Corp.  IG0LDEN LIFELINES!  GST rules of thumb  Cliff  and   Vina   Beeman  celebrated   their   50th  anniversary on May 12, at the Roberts Creek Legion.  After Cliffs discharge  from the army in 1945, the  Beemans lived in Burnaby  before coming to the  Sunshine Coast in 1957 to  open Totem Collision, an  autobody repair shop,  which they operated first in  Gibsons and then in Wilson  Creek until Cliffs retirement.  They both said, "We have  so     many     wonderful  memories of our 50 years  together."  THEATRE  OPENING  The first performance ever  in the new Sechelt Indian  Band theatre was a grand  opportunity to see this  outstanding facility. No seat  is more than a whisper away  from the raised stage, and a  wide curtained proscenium  arch. At the back of the  stage, there is a wide cinema  screen for current 35 mm  productions.  Staff, their training  completed, are eagerly  awaiting the gala opening  this Wednesday, May 29,  from 11 am to 3 pm and for  the evening performances of  Moon Lodge by native  actress Margo Kane, on May  29, 30 and 31. The box  office telephone is 885-  4597.  Mrs. Theresa Jeffries of the  Band Council said that the  name of the theatre was  especially fitting since the  Raven in legend was the  story teller.  by Jayce Osfery  Under the GST, most  groceries purchased for  home consumption are tax  free. This means the GST  does not apply to meat, fish,  poultry, eggs, bread, cereals,  grains, beans, fruit and  vegetables, milk, butter,  cream, cheese, spices or  pasta.  A good rule of thumb to  keep in mind Is that ready-to-  eat snack foods are taxed,  but food needing further  preparation is not. So, for  example, granola products  sold primarily for breakfast,  chocolate milk power and  potatoes are tax free while  granola bars, chocolate bars  and potato chips are all  taxed.  In addition to the basic  groceries mentioned above,  foods  such  as  pie  mix,  prepared pizza you cook at  home and frozen dinners are  all classified as tax free.  Ready-to-eat items such as  hot roast chicken  sandwiches are taxable.  There was a large turnout  of 80 people for the buffet  on May 25 hosted by the  Seniors'  Carpet  Bowlers.  A short film on the 1990  BC Games was shown, the  square dancing group  performed and there was a  carpet bowling demo. The  bowlers enter the semi-finals  in Vancouver on May 26.  We'll see you again next  Thursday for crafts and pompoms. Remember to bring in  or mail recipes for our  cookbook  There is an executive  meeting on June 4 at 10:00  am.  IDAVIS BAY NEWS  Centennial singers spring concert  Uuralse SoM 885-5212/35.il  Saturday, June 1 at 8:00  pm at St. John's United  Church in Davis Bay, the  School District Children's  Choir will be featured.  Tickets are $6.50 and are  available from Talewind  Books in Sechelt and  Linnadine's Shoes in  Gibsons.  CHAPMAN CREEK DUCK RACE  Bring the children to  Brookman Park at 12:00  pm, June   2  There will be a colouring  contest for 10 year olds and  under. Entry forms are  available at Pastimes  (Sechelt), Grandma's  Toybox ISunnycrest Mall]  and Mary's Variety Store  (Lower Gibsons). Entries  will be displayed in  Brookman Park. Judges are  local artist, Verity Purdy;  Race Committee member,  Malcolm Shanks; and Lois  Smith, curator of the "Duck  Himself."  The Gibsons Volunteer  Fire Department will be  there with their cotton  candy machine. Activities  include face painting and  "The Winners' Game". Every  50* ticket wins a prize. The  race itself starts at 1:15 pm.  TAH0SAU  On Saturday, June 1 from  9:30 am until 12:00 noon,  St. John's United Church in  Davis Bay will be having a  Yard Sale. There will be  white elephant, garden  tools, plants, hardware,  clothing and books. Coffee,  doughnuts and muffins will  be on sale.  FlEA MARKET  The Davis Bay Wilson  Creek Community  Association are sponsoring  another Flea Market on  Saturday, June 15 from 9:00  am until noon. Tables can  be booked ($5) by calling  Bill LeNeve at 885-7490.  DR/WCCA  The last monthly meeting  before the summer break  will be on June 11. You will  Arts Council tribute  As winner of this year's  Stephen Leacock Award for  Humour, Howard White has  suddenly gained national  acclaim. But Coast residents  have long appreciated his  talents and to honour  Howard's achievements, the  Sunshine Coast Arts Council  presents a Tribute to  Howard White on May 31.  This all-star event is on  Friday, May 31 at 8 pm at  the Arts Centre in Sechelt.  Tickets are $6 and available  at ill usual outlets.  be going on an adventure! A  tour of the new Sechelt  Indian Band Complex. Meet  at the Wilson creek Hall at  the usual time, 1:00 pm and  car pools will be formed to  drive into Sechelt. Gertie  Pierre, Education Director  will be your guide. After the  tour, it's back to the hall for  coffee and cookies.  We're Having a Birthday  May 27th - 31st  30 YEARS ��� ONE LOCATION  Jim Pattison Pontiac Buick Cadillac  3434 Main St.  Vancouver, B.C.  Come Deal  With A  Homa Town Boy  Dean Phillips  Safes & Leasing  I have one of the largest selections  of new & pre-owned cars in Vancouver  DEAL DONE ��� FERRY FARE PAID  Hurry!  Book  Space  Now  For The  SUNNYCREST MALL  HIGHWAY 101, UPPER GIBSONS  Recreation  Show  SATURDAY  JUNE 15  i  I 10 AM-6 PM  w-i  Find Out What Our Mall-Wide  Indoor Show Can Do For  Your Business  Call 886*8323 While Space Is Available  mmm  asssaam Coast News, May 27,1991  To follow up on the  commitment made at the  recent 'Break-In" meeting at  Rockwood Centre, the  Sechelt Chamber is mailing  out over 400 letters and  questionnaires.  The main question being  put before the business  community is, How would  you like to see security  patrols administered?  As a security patrol would  cost $22,000 per year the  merchants are being asked  to indicate whether they  would be willing to pay  increased fees.  "Considering how  important this issue is, we  are looking for a good  response from the business  people," said President Al  Driscoll. "A very strong  response would enable the  Chamber to approach  Council with a solid  proposal. I urge everyone to  complete the questionnaire.  fROBERTS CREEK;  The Value of  rotting timber  by  Janlci  Lfighton  SS6-3S41  Did you know that trees  are potentially immortal;  renewing all of their living  tissue every year and  revitalizing their immune  systems? That's why some  trees live over 3500 years.  Trees die from the rigours of  the environment. A strong  wind may expose the roots  to the air Inviting pathogens  to enter. Lack of water,  nutrients, or sun will  weaken ihe immune system  producing decline. It may  lake a large tree 200 years to  finally die.  When il does die, the  decomposition feast begins.  When wood decomposes, it  loses density, becomes  spongy,  and  increases in  Drop in for a  ��� YOGURT CONE  ��� Milkshake  ��� Espresso or Cappucino  VARIETY Si f OODS  The BIGGEST Little Store  Gibsons Landing. (Past Ken's Lucky Dollar) 886-2936  ,        iMCLUDt*     A  K   WCMTAND   a*  This Week At TBS On Special  BNORCOIUSHP1LOL     .-.--������,,  ^>   H.OWTTU��^  Cures %  WITH  SHIRLEY  CUTHBERTSON  'J-A-  1  As list  SHIPS  come in  fAOLEftl  ������**  ml  Warding.���-IT���  l�� Such CttS��I    M  ttietLicinc it cquaV so  'IS'  PfilNKJUtu  Imagine being sick  with no doctor within  a hundred miles.  Recall the days in British Columbia  when an axe-cut could spell latal  blood poisoning, and pneumonia was  often a killer... when the practice ol  home medicine was more an art than  a science and superstition abounded.  Join History Curator Shirley  Cuthbertson lor a fascinating slide talk  followed by a question and answer  session. Examine first hand some ol  the patent medicines and medical  instruments Irom the past.  POWELL RIVER  Monday. June 3. 1991 7:30-9:30 p.m.  Location: Malaspina College (Gym)  Sponsor: Powell River Historical Museum  Ph: 485-2222  GIBSONS  Tuesday, June 4. 1991 7:30-9:30 p.m.  Location: Marine Room (Across Irom Post Olfice)  Sponsor: Elphinstone Pioneer Museum  Ph: 886-8705  SQUAMISH  Wednesday, June 5. 1991 7:30-9:30 p.m.  Location: Squamish Public Library  Sponsor: Squamish Public Library  Ph: 892-3110  PEMBERTON  Thursday, June 6,1991 7:30-9:30 p.m.  Location: Signal Hill Elementary School - Gym  Sponsor: Pemberton and District Museum  Ph: 894-6050  ROYAL BRITISH COLUMBIA MUSEUM  Speakers Tour  t���tt���xwmmmwmamwmmik t���   f��  WMtirr 11/Municipal Affairs RetreulUm and ( ulturr  Haa. f.mhmm P. Heme, minister  ADMISSION FREE  moisture and nutrients.  Beetles burrow into the log  creating tunnels and  introducing fungus and  nitrogen-fixing bacteria.  Nitrogen-fixing bacteria  pluck nitrogen from the air  and transform it into a  usable form of other  organisms, trees included  This bacteria is food for  other wood boring bugs  which attract the bugs  which feed on them.  Meanwhile the log  continues absorbing water  into all these tunnels. Ants  move in. Some species of  ants feed on various stages of  the hudworm and tussock  moth known to be causing  havoc to much useable  limber in some areas. The  woodpecker feeds on ants  hut also eats hudworms and  tussock moths.  Fungus is high in  nutrients, feeding not only  hugs hut also trees. It is  known that without the help  of fungus, trees cannot  survive. Twenty-one per cent  of fungi are wood  decomposers, compared to  only five per cent which  thrive  in  soil.   Removing  tZ    "~SecheiT  Public Library  Roberts Creek Elementary teacher Barry Krangle's demonstration of Ms planned  combination < arwasli Dogwash fundraiser June 1, turns into a dogfight as his  students avenge Zucci (Barry's dog) after wetting him down.for the Coast News. The  money will be used for the students planned West Coast Trail field trip.  Joel Johnstone photo.  Hours: Wed,  rhgrv  t loim 4pm  in Khm-lpm  111 rit,im r,m,  l-5pm  hi roanHpm  i.11��* ,<���.���  I.unl.rmi M...I. mil, .'�����i  Qu-rdurt rOrPMiAvl pw booA  BOOS untie IN iea.ll MY MALI ;  dead wood from the forest  severely decreases the  beneficial fungal species  present.  The rotting log acts as a  water reservoir during dry  spells. II il has fallen against  ihe contour of the slope, it  provides excellent erosion  control. As the wood  shrinks, the plant and  animal community around it  expands. Nearly one third of  a tree's useful existence is  after death. Removing logs  from the forest or even  chipping them up eliminates  Notice of  Annual Meeting of  Kiwanis Village Care  Home Society  Members of KVCH Society:  , TAKE NOTICE that the^^^,2  1991 at 7 pm- '     '  this necessary process of  decomposition.  Without this biological  process, the forests  eventually die. Chris Maser,  author of The Redesigned  Forest and private forestry  consultant in Oregon,  focuses his expertise on the  sustainability of our forests.  He states, "I know of no  nation and no people that  have maintained, on a  sustainable basis, plantation  managed trees beyond three  rotations." The plantation  forests of Europe and the  East Coast are dying. It is  their third rotation. As  nature's old growth is not a  rotation, we are now cutting  the second rotation.  Harvesting the land to a  maximum and making  payments to a minimum is  bound to reap a limited  bounty.  DUE  UP-OATE  The Daze dale has moved  up to August 17 from August  24 to avoid conflict with the  'Save the Strait' weekend.  The annual Roberts Creek  fair will be held this year at  Cliff Gilker Park. Issues of  child safety and parking are  being addressed. Access to  the field, increased space,  and the concession on site  were viewed as assets.  Yvonne Mounsey (886-  781S) and Randi Tame (886  9324) are the co-  coordinators of the Daze.  The turnout and energy  present at the last meeting  indicated the potential for  the Daze to he a really greal  community fair, but a lot  more help is needed for that  to be realized. The next  meeting is Thursday, May  30, at 7 pm at Cliff Gilker  Park. Activity coordinators,  a person or group ot  organize preschool games,  am, a trail safety patrol will  be chosen then. Come out  and make it happen!  QUIZ  NIGHT  Roberts Creek Elementary  invites you to test your  knowledge of trivia Friday,  May 31 from 8 to 11 pm in  the gym. Teams of six adults  will he competing for lots of  prizes available. Tickets are  $6 per person, available at  the Roberts Creek General  Store and the school.  Proceeds go towards school  activities.  Bring a snack, beer and  wine will he on sale.  Contact Cheryl Dew (885-  9229) for more information.  SJljc Corporation of tye  JBtetrict of Sechelt  P O Box 129. 5645 Inlet Avenue. Sechelt. B.C. VON 3A0        Telephone. (604) 885-1986      Fax: (C34) 885-7591  MUNICIPAL MEMO  NOTICE  To Sechelt  Property Owners  1991  Notices of Current Real Property Tax Levies  have now been mailed to all property owners  within the District of Sechelt boundaries. If you  have not received a notice, please contact the  District Office at  5545 Inlet Avenue  Telephone: 885-1986  REMINDER: The last date for RECEIPT of  tax payments without penalty is 5:00 p.m.  July 2, 1991.  ATTENTION  East Porpoise Bay Residents  A PUBLIC Information meeting regarding an  application for a temporary use permit for a health  club on the Central Grading and Gravel property  will be held at 7:00 p.m., Wednesday, June Sth,  1991 at the SCRD Board Room. This is NOT a  public hearing. It is being held for the purpose of  receiving input from surrounding residents prior  to a recommendation from the Planning  Committee.  $500.00 FINE!!!  for throwing, placing or piling any garbage  including rubbish, house garbage, grass  clippings, tree or hedge clippings, garden refuse,  furniture or appliances on ANY street, lane, alley,  public land, any private lot or property or into the  sea within the District of Sechelt. (Excerpt from  Bylaw 47). If you're doing it...STOP...if you see  someone else doing it...complain to the District of  Sechelt with details.  PITCH-IN  JOIN US!  Congratulations  Sechelt Indian Band Government  on your new complex  Regular District of Sechelt Council Meetings are held the  first and third Wednesday of each month at 7:30 pm,  SCRD Board Room.  ��� m.zj3je~.  -' ���r~'~-*~"*s*+?*:  :S\e> ----**-r~- a>-*. H" - Coast News, May 27,1991  9.  IHALFMOON HAPPENINGS!  A dangerous  Halfmoon Bay firefighters roll things up after knocking  down a Brooks Road blaze. Jan Michael Sherman photo.  EXTRAS  ��� IMPORTS  a,1(l UnS'?'5' Healing's,",!  K'wolloiy    Mor>M  is now located lit  the back of  Extras Imports  885-6460  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  Hours: 10-5 Mon.-Sat.  Sunshine Kayaking Ltd.  Ocean Kayak Rentals & Retail  The Sunshine Coast offers some of the best kayaking  opportunities in the world, opening up an entirely new  perspective from which to enjoy the natural splendour  of our marine environment.  We offer a rental fleet of elegant double and single  fibreglass kayaks from Current Designs.  Experienced teachers and guides are available for classes,  guided tours and general advice about the many safe and  interesting trips available on our coast.  Our years of experience paddling this coastline from  Port Mellon to Desolation Sound make us uniquely  qualified to provide a resource centre for kayakers of all  ages and abilities. For reservations or information:  886 9760  RK 4 ,S12, CIS, Gibsons B.C.  game  B? Rett  119-2411  The Halfmoon Bay  Volunteer Fire Department  and the BC Forestry Service  were on hand to battle an  extremely dangerous and,  sadly, unnecessary brush flic  in the Brooks Road area last  week.  Bomber crews had to  stand by as the fire headed  towards first growth crown  land as well as surrounding  residential areas.  It was thanks to the  promptness and skills of the  Volunteer Fire Department  that the fire was so quickly  knocked down.  The fire was started by a  local resident who decided  to burn a high pile of stumps  without first obtaining a  Burning Permit. Fire Chief  Dave Richardson, in an  interview with the Coast  News stated emphatically  that all residents must obtain  this permit before any  attempt is made to burn  outdoors. All it takes is a call  to your local fire  department, who will in  turn verify the safety of the  operation.  It is estimated that the cost  of fighting this particular Are  alone will be in the  $100,000 range.  Chief Richardson stressed  the fact that this is the time  of year when brush fires can  Uke off with alarming speed  with devastating results. yUl  possible precautions should  be taken, beginning with  obtaining a permit to burn.  LOCAL RESIDENT  PASSES  Well-known Redrooffs  man Cliff Southwood passed  away peacefully last week  leaving his beloved wife  Frances, two daughters and  three grandchildren.  Cliff was 87 years of age  and he and Frances have  lived on Redrooffs since  1972 following the couple's  retirement from Puntzi Lake  in the Chilcotin where they  had a hunting and fishing  lodge.  By trade, Cliff was a  gunsmith who was well  known for his skills in this  field. He was also an  accomplished musician,  having played the organ  since the age of seven years  and continuing to do so in  his latter years. As a boy he  played organ in Gibraltar  Cathedral , and later in  theatres in Calgary and  Vancouver.  Many Redrooffs residents  stopped by as they passed  the Southwood garden, a  sight to behold.  Cliff will be missed by his  wife, family and by many  friends. At Cliffs request,  there was no service.  TRUNKS  The students of Halfmoon  Bay School are now able to  make that special trip to see  The Phantom of the Opera,  thanks to all who supported  the various events which  helped make the trip  possible. The next venture  for two of the classes is a  three-day camping stint on  Thormanby Island.  Someone else would also  like to express thanks. Mary  Shannon was delighted with  the lovely luncheon at  Welcome Beach Hall in her  honour, and would like to  thank all who attended to  share this special day with  her, in particular, the ladies  who catered the lunch,  Master of Ceremonies Bill  Vorley and all who bad  contributed in any way.  Mary was especially  delighted with the beautiful  patio  planter,   made   by  George Murray and filled  with a selection of flowers  by Mary Murray, a gift from  the     Welcome     Beach  Association.  Our Nikki Weber is weU  and truly back in action, her  latest production being the  Annual Teen Show with  proceeds going to the Cystic  Fibrosis fund. This is always  a very happy show with all  these young performers  giving their best for a cause  they suppon sincerely.  You will enjoy an evening  of dance, song, music, and  who knows what other  surprises. The show is at the  Sechelt Legion Hall on  Friday, May 31. Admission is  $5 for adults, $3 for under  12's and tickets can be  obtained at local book stores  or at the door. See you  therel  (hOGOl  ISECHELT SCENARIO  Nikki Weber Teen concert  *#"  Enjoy the value of  anatomically & ecologically  sound foot wear  Sandals, S.ioti & Boots  See you al Ihe  Rockwood Lodgi  Hailing Arts Fair  or give me a call al  885-6126  -mni.HJ-iiiifiiiiiiiif.ffl  tfS&*W*��fy  ^  NUmnON CENTRE  >>  ��� Vitamins & Minerals  ��� Homeopathic Remedies  ��� Specialty Supplements  ��� Health & Beauty Care  ��� Herbs, Tinctures  ��� Medicinal Tears  ��� Natural Foods  ��� Snacks, Beverages  ��� Literature  ��� Natural Pet Care  #3 - 5522 Wharf St., Sechelt  885-7001  by Margaret Watt 885-3364  Be sure to get your tickets  to Nikki Weber's Teen '91  Concert to be held May 31  at the Sechelt Legion hall on  Wharf Street. This will be  the sixth year that Nikki has  run this concert. It should be  impressive with over 70  teens taking part and of  course the proceeds from  the conceit go to help fight  cystic   fibrosis.  Actually you don't need  tickets as you pay on  admission to the hall. Adults  $5; under 12, $3. The  concert gets under way at  8:00 pm. Mark your  calendar so you don't miss  this one!  HOME SUPPORT MEETING  On May 27 at 7:30 pm,  the Sunshine Coast Home  Support Society will be  holding their annual general  meeting in the Home  Support office, room 202,  Teredo Square, Sechelt.  Everyone is welcome  DIABETES  ASSOCIATION  The first meeting of the  Sunshine Coast branch of  the Canadian Diabetes  Association will be held  Tuesday, May 28 at 7:30  pm, at the Bella Beach Motel  in Davis Bay. Guest speaker  will be Martin Wilson from  Horner Pharmaceuticals.  Refreshments will be served.  All diabetics and interested  public are asked to attend.  For more information, call  Hank or Gail Wilson at 885-  5417.  SECHELT  LESION  It's Friday, late afternoon,  and you're tired after  working all week. The  thought of having to shop  for, and then prepare supper  is giving you a headache.  Solution: sumptuous steak  supper at the Legion will  only cost you $6.50, GST  included. The Legion also  puts up delicious lunches  Monday to Friday, 11:00 am  to 2:00 pm in the lounge.  Check  it out.  CflVH'S PIZZA FACTORY  885-7577  Delivery Service  THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL  MEDIUM 12" VEGETARIAN PIZZA  FOR810"  Open   11:30 -12 am Mon.   Thurs.  11:30 ��� M0 im Fri.-Sat.  12:00 ��� 10:00 pm Sundays  .5689 Cowrie Street, Sechelt ���  EXPERIENCE'  HEALING!  ! have a wide selection of astrology and  t Age books including Yoga Iyengar Way,  all Louise Hay books and Tannen's  "You Just Don't Understand" -  Now available In paperback.  TALEWIND    smTtSSt  Mon.Sal.  9:30-5:30  %  DO IT UP  * HEALING ARTS FAIR  ROCKWOOD CI'NTRE  JUNE 1,199110am-2pm Tm 11am-2pm  Crystals ��� Readings ��� Reflexology ��� Herbs ��� Astrologists  Rune Readers ��� Tarot Cards ��� Chakras ��� Regenesis  Skin Products ��� Handmade Shoes ��� Environmental Groups  Spiritual Healing ��� Medical Groups  Chris Shirley on Reflexology ��� Dudley Dohoo on Attitudinal Healing  Chanchal Cabrera on Diet and Lifestyle  Dr. MyhllWones on M.E. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome  Erin Chilton on Energy-Clearlng-Balanclng  Admission $3 Coast News, May 27,1991  MAY DAY qi  PENDER HARBOUR  WINNERS  t. Ron's  UK Mln  HI Motorcycle Oiib  ORGANIZATIONS  Scnion ii-iiiMiin  ni Wbu  Hi dun. AuxMaiy  st noiirs  HollUIElKMll-htMllOol  MidcfttI'ark Elementary  SctcmHpR] ttayjchool  BBST DECORATED FLOAT  (II May Queen Hmi  HIM COMMERtIM FLOAT  Sunshine i nasi (rcdR Union  MUSI UKK.INAI.hMRY  Donna CampbcU A Family  ri is  1 loJiinrMif iuIk  2 fenny Mam Man-fed  J Hr-vrlllrnNitli.*,  Mn Mtl-iirnsCUw  1 Mn i,i ( in tunings  2 t lilistinr VI h.iitun  J Wlanni Johnny  Mrs Itarrison'iCtau  1 MiihrllcWiUiaim  2 Shauntclk Nk-bnb  3 JouJnc Ptydc  Mis Omcton'iaiM  1 K.it helk-Hisson Mon-Prt.tr  2 Kyle Bruce  I [ordui Clatk  Mrs Gibs  s ( Us  'Ken Hill  Dunj DeGnuf  DECORATED BICYCLES  innin rhompaon, Kaarijenten  llr.Iiiituli Ii risen  Maty Veixall  WALKERS  Thomaj< i,imhir  Brooke Ftatet  Wade LijUr  MINI-FLOATS  Dm.*. Debbie Brown  i.i man Sweci  KtlU Daniel  SCAVENGER HUNT WINNERS  1 K.Ktirl A Naomi Golntan, Atran Hamilton,  Alliaailda \m.ii.il  2 Alfred A l.m 1 callc, Shannon Gibson, Scttlei  llunl  * KvleAKira Ijnsfmakl Cnrrcen Evan*. Robett  Munro  RAFFLE TICKET WINNERS  1 ttOOcasli    Frank Campbell  2 tordjfm'idinnerforiwa Frank White  i it.-i.i Recliel  linmDv.riil.it  i May Da) sliitt Maijnn Mackay  s SSi) unlit QS M" hank al    Pat Ihihodeau  6 130 credit at 1 .ilfv s  CtltTOn  POSTER WINNERS  Mi l.iunsChss  1 Fraier Campbell  2 Knsul Giiheis A \ti(��'liin- (,i>ii0i  J Sancf tluni  Mr MtattitTMHD's'Uw.  1 StevenSbtky  .' Diimiii Amaral  \ lltomu Gamble  Mrs Talentr,'* Class  1 KriUofcr Sweet  2 Amanda Peterson  3 juiic paton  Mis Phillip's Oata  1 Kii.i I .iiisimaki  2 Jasnn Clainca  J.JoiiihCtiik  FOOT RACE WINNERS  OVERALL  Rnj Chatham, Jcsae Pupifn  l��(lil,|f  \m.iul  (ease little  UNDER 12  Seoti Bmce   Tanya limine  NonnanlloH  Gncme Milnilin  12 to 25  Jrssr Cm|<Mii  Jr-ssr Ultlc  (risWriphr  21s in IS  RoyClLttlMm  Phi|;.lt Ni'ins  JnhnWair    Linda Hindi  MASTERS  Dk* Merrick  FAMILY  Aniarat I niiih  Fnuer Family  Ware Family  Star Craig  Alison Fttaer  Debbie Anui.il  Slephanir Nunl*  Item- It,ml  GaU Robtoti  Karen Anderson  SPECIAL THANKS  TQTHE  FOLLOWING  BUSINESSES AND  ORGANIZATIONS  FOR THEIR  INVALUABLE HELP..  Mu��lc Society, Ru*inc**e* a Individual*  fnr helping apomor the Dixieland  Band  Ladlca Auxiliary, Royal Canadian Legion  Br. #112 "  Pender Harbour I Ion* (luh  Shrincr*  Pender Harbour Volunteer Fire  Department  3rd Panther Pathfinder*  Pender Harbour Community Club  I OWef Hi s.irt  LordJIm'a Rr*nrt Hotel  IGA  Ray Hansen Inn king  Headwater Marina  fCcnnur Drapcrte*/Kniltlng AScwIng  Miss Sunny'* Hair Boutique  MitHbch  Rob'a Video Rentals  Myrtle Winchester  Doug Sladcy Logging  Cafe Pierrot  Wnrkwear World  AC   Rental!.  Talewind Hook*  Reflet Hon* Hair Studio  II   Outfitters  Scaland Marine Freight  I ri Photo  QS Mechanical  Hudrlk's Video A M.isle  Frances' Takeout  I'ailfu a Pharmacy  Honiik Murray Ai i nuntant  Duncan Cotre Resort  Hobbies Shoe*  Pender  Harbour Auto ( ouii  Magic Sound FJectrle  Sundowner Inn  Zipper*  I islnrni.il. s Resort  Colonel Flounders  Photo Work*  FiMitprlm*  RAI <.<H.dkiii  Manna Phannat y  Oak Tree Market  Morgan's Men* Wear  DAI) Landscaping  Pender Harbour Hotel  Park Motel  John Henry'*  Unicorn Pet* A Plant*  Sea Sport Scuba  Antique* A StufT  Pender Harbour Anlique Centre  Shop Ea*y  Mountain View Service  Pronto'*  Garden Hay Pub  Pastimes  Ah Haddock Marine  Taffy's  Heaver Island Grocery  Reg Morton  Steve Morton Guide Sen-he  Oavcnla Morton  Pcndrr Harbour Realty  Glrard < not railing  Tom Foolery  AC Hullding Supplle*  Sniis|)..rt Outfitters  Pender Harbour Restaurant  Madeira Marina  Hooscmlal Farm*  Glbaotta HiUldllig Supplle*  Casey* Country Garden  Protcch oithe Electronic*  Suushltie COM Credit Union  The Rank of Montreal  Royal ( anadliiii Ifglon, Hr. 112  WG Sutherland Sale* A Sen-Ice  Nova Jewellery  Buccaneer Marina  Sunshine (,M  Harbour Publishing  ���nine'* l aiidlng Marine Pub  Fritz Family Restaurant  Spacer,el (iimniunh aUoitl  iiiFaige Concrete  PENDER HARBOUR, MAY DAY'91  ,..|?h���S,|,Urd��y' M"y 's8' '"'  ,,tn,,er Harbour held It* annual May Dav  ��tebration. Ma.,y peupk- en oyed the litn and activities made powlble*h the  hTi      HUm^r ��f vo,un,ecrs "���� "Poniww. The May Day &CK,  Ki^riisli0!? Comm,"ec wis��"* ������ thank parade Judges: Wendy Haddttk  Kim Cabral, Maureen Lee, Bev MtFadyen Hill, Alice Fletcher and Brenda  Secular; Scavenger Hunt organUers: jake and Anne Fra^r, Foot Race  organizers: Graham and Bev McFadyen Hill.  Joel Johnstone: photos  ^^c~'-~-��aP'*A*^*--"'^ ���  >��tawaa...a>.atJ^MM��a��.a>��ajla*V*l*sm. *a��.^^.A.a,-<_^ IHARBOUR WATCH  Coast News, May 27,1991  11.  May Day  celebrations  successful  by Jaealya Vincent  ���13-2110  The May Day Committee  would like to extend a  special thank you to  everyone who so generously  gave their time and effort in  making this year's May Day  such a success. The weather  cooperated, the Dixieland  band was super, and the  turn out of the public was  great! Thanks to all!  rummage SALE  The ladies' group of St.  Andrew's Church are  holding a rummage sale on  Saturday, June 1. Everyone is  welcome to rummage  through the many tables of  plants, books, clothing and  miscellaneous items,  between 10:00 am and 1:00  pm.  journey Foa sight  A forgotten event that  should have been brought to  light in the early part of May  was the Journey For Sight  Walk-a-thon that was held in  Egmont. The walkers' course  went through the trail to the  Skookumchuck rapids and  back. Walkers raised a total  of: Egmont, $1300 [Katie  Devlin raised $1500  herself); Fender Harbour,  $2IS and Sechelt $1500. All  proceeds go to the CN1B  things to do  on the sunshine coast  \mtZ  RENT-IT!  CAHtoa inc.  888-284*  Canoe Rentals  Dally - Weekly ��� Monthly  5540 Inlet Ave. - Sechelt  ^-^^.JA^s-THE TERRACE RESTAURANT  AW xgb! fjy)\     a*1 * Breakfast & Campground  BROOK.  Campground  Restaurant 886-2188; Office 886-2887  Follow Gower Pt, Rd. to  Ocean Bench Esplanude  GIFTS   HUNTER GALLERY    GIFTS  handcrafted mirk b\ local artists  Paintings Fabric Art     Jewellery  Pottery Cards Prints  Urwiilrsi CurniT ofSchool & Oower I'r. Rds., Gibsons      886-9022  ���sKY**  aft*  SEA KAYAKING  MAY EVENTS  ��� Intro Courses * Evening Paddles ���  ��� Howe Sound filrdlng Tour ���  ��� Eskimo Rolling Workshop With Dan Lewis ���  Pre-reglster 886-3136 - Spaces Limited  VISITORS  WELCOME  .   JCT tURBOUR   <**  ��0ir CLUBafftfc  Lounge & Snack Bar  Hwy. 101,2 km*, north ol Garden Bay turnotl  Phone 883-9541  Power Cars Available  SUMMER TOURS  ��� ,     Conteet Plant Tour Qulde  Howe Sound    ���������������*�����  > u i r  > n o  mmi  11 m 1111     Advance bookings required  here on the C; ast, for  walking canes, talking  machines etc. The total  raised in BC was $80,000.  Hopefully next year the  turn out will be better on  the Coast for another great  event that the Lion's Clubs  sponsor!  PICNIC  TAILE  RAFFLE  Thank you to all who  bought tickets for the Pender  Harbour Secondary school  picnic table raffle. Pats on  Continued on page 13.  AH the local royalty from  Pender Harbour float by  hundreds of celebrants  during the May Day '91  Parade.  Joel Johnstone photo  f EGMONT NEWS  by Dixit Ptrcy, 883-9228  Tourists are a fact of life.  They'll either enjoy their visit  or they won't. Another fact  is that, at one time or  another, most of us become  tourists ourselves. I've been  transient for half of my life  and if it's taught me  anything, it's to follow  Traveller number two's  route. However, as a  treeplanter, that isn't always  easy to do.  As a group, treeplanters  can be a rather far-out  looking, artistically  temperamental, self-  indulgent bunch. The  reception is rarely warm  when day-glow Rastafarian  dread locks and shaved  heads alike converge on  Tinytown, BC. The situation  doesn't improve when  someone from the group in  a loin cloth and body paint  starts asking for adzuki  beans and Tiger balm at the  General Store.  In a town where they  receive their mail once a  week, (maybe) such a  spectacle is not only  unbelievable it's also  unappreciated. I can tell  you, to travel with these  folks is to know what it is  like to be the pariah dogs on  the tourist class totem pole.  The funny thing is, though,  that even if we were more  regular looking tourists with  more regular tourist-type  requests our presence would  still be looked upon as a sort  of seasonal plague.  In Egmont, for Instance,  (and I might be so bold as to  include Greater Pender  Harbour here) the bulk of  our tourists tend to come  from the more conservative  end of the scale. While the  local businesses may profit  from the arrival of Sir  Wantalot on his 60 foot  motor launch, the rest of the  local boaters begrudge all  the space he takes up and  the stiff friendliness of the fat  cat yachtsman provides  fodder for all kinds of local  humour.  And God help the holiday  mariners who have trouble  docking their boats.  Fortunately for these people  there is usually enough of  the white deck shoe set  around ready to assist in the  crash landing because the  locals are usually too busy  giving a comical play by play  on the ineptitude of these  unskilled skippers.  I guess it must be human  nature that clicks us into the  old 'my cave, your cave'  ideology when it comes to  accepting tourists into the  Continued on page 13.  Homeowners,  SUMMER'S HERE  Tha finest quality vinyl sundack coaling  available today  This yaar featuring early bird specials & discounts  for seniors  We would also like to welcome  John Richardson as our new  Road Manager  DEC - K - ING  Call  VICKTERYDEC-K-INQ  883-2878 tor tree ���atlmartaa  See You Soont  HAPPY  HOLIDAYS  New & Used  ��� Motorhomes  ��� 5th Wheels  ��� Truck campers  ��� AT SPRING PRICES  Happy Holidays  Molorhome Rentals  Sales & Service Ltd.  P.O. Box 542, Qibsons, B.C. VON 1V0  TEL: (604) 886-9025 or 8864481  FAX (604) 886-9534  I  * PRICE BRITAIN  Holiday Packages  With Any British Airways Ticket  (Vancouver/London)  You Qualily for V, Price On British Airways  Holiday Packages, Accommodations & Car Rentals  VALID MAY 1- AUGUST 31, 1991  WHATEVER YOUR TRAVEL NEEDS  CALL THE EXPERTS AT  7$  Across from Pronto's  Beside Gibsons Medical Clinic  886-2522  886-3381  PENDER HARBOUR LEO ION   |  Branch 112    IE    *W  SUPER MEAT DRAW  Saturday, June 1st  Steak Sandwich $7.95  Includes baked potato or tries and salad  SKINNY  JIMMY DOUMN  Irom Texada Island  Rides Again  Friday Sight, Saturday Afternoon  8 Saturday Sight!       =t  J  SKIRLS' SNACK BAR  Now Open In the Pender Harbour Legion  Dally Lunch Specials - Homemade Soups  Burgers - Beef Dip - Fish & Chips  Lunch 11:30-2:00 - Dinner 5:30-8:00  Ii  I 12.  Coast News, May 27,1991  Sechelt Shell  Service  5722 Cowrie St.  Sechelt, B.C.  885-2128  Trail Bay  Hardware  Trail Bay Centre  Sechelt  885-9828  Marlee  Fashions  5670 Cowrie St.  Sechelt  885-2916  Extras  Imports  Cowrie St.  Sechelt  885-6460  Sechelt  Hardware  Cowrie St.  Sechelt  885-2171  Nova  Jewellery Ltd.  Trail Bay Centre  Sechelt  885-2421  Pharmasave  Trail Bay Centre  Sechelt  885-2755 or 885-9833  Sew Easy  Trail Bay Centre  Sechelt  885-2725  Books & Stuff  Trail Bay Centre  Sechelt  885-2625  Sechelt Esso  Wharf St. &  Hwy. 101  885-2812  Cedars Inn  895 Hwy. 101  Gibsons  886-3008  JL Outfitters  5476 Trail Ave.  Sechelt  885-3122  Magic Sound  Electronics  Ltd.  Trail Bay Centre  Sechelt 885-2568  Footprints  Trail Bay Centre  Sechelt  885-4843  Shop Easy #5  We ut Shop-Easy are very  proud of the Sechelt  Indian Band's  contribution to our town,  Trail Bay Centre  Sechelt 885-2025  Cactus Flower  Congratulations  Trail Bay Centre  Sechelt  885-5323  Mitten Realty  Congratulations on your  progressive  accomplishment.  Trail Bay Centre  Sechelt  885-3295  Sunshine  Coast  TV Ltd.  5674 Cowrie Street  Sechelt  885-9816  Anderson  Realty Ltd.  5686 Cowrie Street  Sechelt, BC  885-3211  to the  Sechelt Indian Band  Protech  Office  Electronics  5484 Trail Avenue  Sechelt 885-3735  Super Shape  5565 Cowrie St.  Sechelt, BC  885-2818  Pacifica  Pharmacy  Ynur new facility is a  real credit to the  community.  5663 Cowrie St.  Sechelt 885-9614  Intra Travel  We sell Dreams Too!  Trail Bay Centre  Sechelt  885-5885  Photo Works  Congratulations  & Good Luck  Trail Bay Centre  Sechelt  8854447  Ocean  Activity  Center  5644 Cowrie St.  Sechelt  885-9802  Gibsons  Landing  Merchants  Assoc.  Sunny Market  & Gift Shop  Cowrie St.  Sechelt  885-4545  Sunshine Coast  Credit Union  NRS Gibsons  Realty  Sunnycrest Mall  Gibsons  886-2277  Royal  Canadian  Legion  Branch #140  Trail Bay  Sports  5504 Trail Ave.  Sechelt  885-2512  Hemstalk  Hunting &  Fishing  Supplies  Goddard's  Fashions  Trail Bay Centre  Sechelt  885-9818  Talewind  Books  sxwenam-mut-chexw!  (you did a great job of it!)  Pebbles  Realty  Gower Point Road  Gibsons Quay  886-8107  Gibsons  Building  Supplies  Gibsons  886-8141  Sechelt  885-7121  ,-^-.^>fr/^,*rAW  l^mZLmnLmUVJC-At-lAl-- Coast News, May 27,1991
Egmont News continued
from page 11.
fold but I'm not going to let
it ruin my summer. I'm
willing to suffer a few fools
until Labour Day.
June 8 is the date to
remember for Egmont Days,
'91. As usual, the roster is
jam-packed with festivities,
officially beginning at 9:30
am-ish, Egmont Time, on the
Government Dock. The
action continues through the
day until you've worked up
a big enough appetite for the
buffet dinner around 6:30
Pender Harbour News
continued from page 11.
the back for the students
who built the table and
those who helped sell the
tickets: June Percival,
Marlene Hillhouse, Eudora
Braham, and not to forget M
Lloyd, whose help was
The big winner was our
very own surprised Jackie
Crowell      of      Marina
Pharmacy. Congratulations!
The Pender Harbour
Aquatic Society will be
having their annual general
meeting on Saturday June 2.
The meeting will be held at
the pool, beginning at 1 pm.
We're sure proud of
Michelle Rivers la
Pathfinder] who has been
chosen to represent the
Lions in Japan, in August of
1992. Mary Knapaser of
Halfmoon Bay and a leader
from Gibsons, Anna Girard,
will also be going. It should
be very exciting.
Here is a much needed
program in our area to take
advantage of, designed for
parents to act as preventers,
< '  '■[' Uf.Sff \" \i! >    V*,;' <•
Our Tribute
For the past 45 years, it has been our privilege to bear witness to the tremendous revolution of the I
Sechelt people. It is a rare revolution, in our times, which produces no victims. It is a rare group of people |
which can accomplish such a leat.
The Sechelt Band has been in revolution lor many years and shared their victory with all who live near I
them. We have been the grateful benefactors of a battle they have fought, virtually alone.
The present central location of St. Mary's Hospital is a gift from the Sechelts. The hatchery in Porpoise P
Bay is another.
Now, with the construction of their new government offices, post-secondary education centre and com- L
mercial space, they have presented the community with a magnificent theatre and a museum we can all en- f
We congratulate the Sechelt Band on this auspicious opening of the House of Hewhihus. In the Indian I
1 tradition a person's wealth was measured by the gifts they gave others. The Sechelt Band is truly rich, and |
| wc have been truly honoured by them.
Wc thank the elders for their wisdom and cautious guidance of the Band. We thank the Mothers for thel
I lessons they have taught their children and ours about striving for your vision. And we thank the warriors |
|whn have fought (his bloodless revolution, making us all victors.
The Sunshine Coast Newsl
with kids of all ages. Parents
of the elementary school, as
well as the high school, will
be hosting this program on
May 30, at 7 pm at the high
school. The alcohol and
drug education service will
be conducting the seminar,
discussing ways to reduce
the risk of substance abuse
in children. This is for all
If you would like any
further information, please
contact Rosa Ware at 883-
The   Community   Club
Swap Meet will be at the
Community     Club     on
Saturday, June 1 at 10:00
am. For tables call Ruth at
The staff and students of
Pender Harbour Secondary
school invite you to attend
"Open House '91" on
Wednesday, May 29, from
5:00 pm until 8:30 pm. We
hope you will take this
opportunity to see students'
work and students at work.
Staff and some students will
be present to answer any
questions you might have.
Garden buffs - gardening
breeders are now trying to
produce pure red flower
marigolds. Although some
varieties are listed as red in
catalogues, they are only red
on the top, if you turn them
over they are yellow
underneath. Breeders are
hopeful true reds will be
available in about five or six
This week you may enjoy
the new face lift at IGA with
an extra 3000 feet for more
produce, a deli and extra
shelf space!
Until next week - be good
to yourself.
Sechelt Indian Band's
Grand Opening
May 29. 30 ft 31
at 8 pm
Raven's Cry Theatre
Tickets by reservation only
Call 885-4597 or 885-4598
Cost $8.50
by Gerry Pallor
•riming oi May 29
at concluilen
of rj«riormanc«
^iJoa axe. CoxdlalLy Unuited
to cnttena
The Official Opening of the
House of Hewhiwus
Wednesday, May 29, 1991
11:00 am - 3:00 pm
- May 29, 30 G 31
Margo Kane will perform her one woman play - "Moon Lodge"
Reserve tickets by calling the Raven's Cry Theatre at 885-4597.
PRAYER - Elder Caroline Joe
WELCOME - Elders Gilbert Joe and Margaret Joe
WELCOME SONG - Students Mom-Ay-Mon Nursery School
under direction of Margaret Joe
CHATELECH DANCERS - Under direction of
Carlene Bapliste
THEATRE PRESENTATIONS - Throughout the afternoon
- Nuxalk Traditional Dancers
- Arrows to Freedom Dancers
- Kane Island Dancers 14.  Coast News, May 27,1991  Make this Space  WORK FOR YOU  885-3930 886-2622  Kane performs  at Raven's Cry  Hyde rocks  for Cavalcade  I  Margo Kane will be presenting her one woman show  'Moonlodge' at Raven's Cry this week.  Colin James tickets winners  YES, INDEED, we have three winners in the "Colin James  Tickets" contest! Our trio of diehard James jammers will each  he receiving a pair of passes to Colin's Friday, May 31 concert  at the Powell River Recreational Complex.  In no particular order, our winners are Dwayne Klassen of  Halfmoon Bay, Karen Lernowich from Sechelt and Scott  Germaine who lives in Gibsons. We thank everyone who  entered the contest and take this opportunity to mention that  our Colin James contest is only the first of many such treats  which the rockers at the Coast News have in store for you.  ������������������  IN CONCERT  FRIDAY, MAY 31,8:00 RM.  POWELL RIVER RECREATION COMPLEX, POWELL RIVER  B.C.'s favourite blues-rocker kicks off Powell Rivers Summer of Music '91  with a bang. Don't miss Ihis show of a lifetime!  TICKETS ON SALE NOW. CALL TICKETMASTER TOLL FREE:  1-800-665-2199  Ptiona orders subject to S1.10 handling charge per ticket.  or visit participating mohawk gas stations in poweii river,  Campbell river and courtenay.  smm^mmm^, m% CHQB  SAeemrn  I A project of the Government of British Columbia.  A Canadian star will light  up the stage of the Raven's  Cry Thealre, this week, in  honour of the opening of the  House of Hewhiwus. Margo  Kane will be performing her  one woman show,  Moonlodge, May 29, 30  and 31.  Moonlodge tells the story  of Agnes, a Native girl  snatched from her home and  family, a victim of the  infamous "scoops" by the  prairie Children's Aid  Departments in the mid-  fifties.  Bursting with humour,  animation and sensitivity,  Margo Kane's one-woman  performance traces Agnes'  journey. Separated from her  family and her culture,  Agnes grows up in the  dominant culture; she goes  to Brownies, to summer  camp and to school. Her  impressions of Native  culture come from television  and popular songs of the  time.  When Agnes attends her  first pow-wow she  experiences a burgeoning'  desire to turn back to her  own roots in a quest for  identity. Moonlodge is an  exuberant celebration of  womanhood and Native  spirituality. Scenes range  from a wild ride on the back  of a Harley to a commentary  on the appropriation of  Native culture to the warmth  and joy of a Native powwow and Moonlodge  ceremony.  The tremendous success  of Moonlodge is a result of  its ability to take a serious  subject and convey  information with warmth  and humour. After its  premiere at Vancouver's  Women View Festival in  1990 and triumphant  performances in Toronto  and at the Vancouver East  Cultural Centre, Moonlodge  will be appearing across  Canada as Margo Kane tours  her much-acclaimed  production.  Writer and solo performer  Margo Kane is of  Saulteaux/Cree/Blackfoot  ancestry and carries off  multiple roles with range  and diversity while  incorporating storytelling,  dance, music narration and  mime.  Margo Kane has been a  performing artists, director,  choreographer and teacher  for over 15 years. She  became nationally  renowned in 1981 as the  lead in The Ecstasy of Rita  Joe with Prairie Theatre  Exchange in Winnipeg.  Margo now travels the  country as an active sneaker  and workshop facilitator in  the National Native Role  Model Program.  Moonlodge is directed by  Teri Snelgrove, Artistic  Director of Vancouver's  internationally acclaimed  Tamahnous Theatre.  Read The Work of Love  by Joel Brass...page 29  On Saturday, June 15, the  Gibsons curling rink will  rock out to the passionate,  hard-driving sounds of  Capitol recording star Paul  Hyde. A fund- raiser for the  Sea Cavalcade, the concert is  being sponsored by the  cavalcade committee, the  Coast News, and Mountain  FM.  Continued on page 16  CRUISE  SPECIALS  From ITP Suncoast Agencies  YOUR CRUISE SPECIALISTS  tt"' ^BbV?*-  i Vi  Q$ STAR PRINCESS  June 15 and 29 ��� 7 day Alaska Cruise  ��� M Category - $999/person  ��� F Category - $1249/person      (U.S. Funds)  ��� D Category - $1399/person  This offer is cruise only ��� no air incl.  Based on double occupancy  , (nine in and pick up your  fl*��-     IW Alaska Cruise Schedule  GET HOOKED ON CRUISING AT YOUR CRUISE SPECIALISTS  ..i��ffl* SukcmaI l\qwm  Travel Dept.        Sunnycrest Mall        886-9255  ���  tam  Mariners' ^L  TAKE-OUT  British-style  FISH & CHIPS  12 ��� 7pm  886-9566  Marine Drive, Gibsons  (next to Mariners' Restaurant)  (2*"*   10th ANNIVERSARY   (&$**  r*Sl       Qibsons  ���vfir Swimming Pool  Call 886-9415 lor further Information  Monday �� Wrintidiy  Early Bird  Aqua-Fit  Parent & Tot  Noon Swim  Lessons  Swim Club  Lengths  Only/Masters  :  I  - Kill Isiltt ���*����.*��** XV  ...,.-- - ���+.**?.*���*������*���?��� f^"* '���' ~ ������'  '���'������ >.'.'  i ^-^^^t*.*^  'T s*-<  ..MttWAmWaxMA^^ Coast News, May 27,1991  15.  Bluesman shakes the rafters  Art studio tour series  Chamberlin Road, tucked  in the shadow of Soames  Hill, is the focus of the  second in a series of Artist's  Studio Tours presented by  the Sunshine Coast Arts.  Council. This quiet country  road is home to three  studios with unique and  popular productions.  Saturday, June 1 is the date  of this tour.  The morning will begin  with a tour of Pat Forst's pottery studio, then move down  the road to visit Gary Kelly  in his woodturning studio  and Sandy Kelly's jewellry  studio. The tour will conclude with the extruded pottery of Alan and Joan Grout.  Pat Forst's studio is the  production center for her  wheel thrown pottery as  well as her unique ceramic  wall murals. Pat will be  producing teapots, mugs and  bowls, and will demonstrate  whatever wheel thrown  piece you might request to  watch.  Just down the road, Gary  Kelly turns exquisite bowls  and vases from burls of  many local woods including  bird's-eye and layered maple  burls, yellow cedar, apple,  plum, dogwood, holly, yew  and alder. He has offered the  opportunity to those on the  tour to try their hand at  turning a bowl themselves.  Sandy Kelly creates her  jewellery from sheets of sterling silver and wire. Leaning  towards simple shapes, she  enjoys the difference between rough and smooth  surface texture created by  the use of the ballpeen  hammer. She will demonstrate annealing of the metal  which allows it to be  worked.  Next door to the Kellys' is  Allan and Joan Grout's  "Clayworks". Their extruded  pottery is quite different  from that created on the potter's wheel. Alan takes the  basic shape from the extruder and alters and adds to  the fornf to create' the" finished product.  An engineering background is evident in the geometric, angular shapes  favoured in Alan's work and  the precise tools and machines used to produce it.  Process and efficiency mark  the work, with jigs and dies  used to shape the clay.  There are still a few  places available on Saturday,  June 1, from 9:00 am to  3:49 pm. To join these studio tours, please contact Pat  Forst at 886-2543.  ���V Pais* Trnvar  Sunday, May 19 proved to  be a day of wall-to-wall live  music for this correspondent  after a long dearth of such  pleasures. The afternoon  brought a welcome visit  from old friend and former  Gibsons resident, Neil  McKenzie and another pal,  Peter Hlookoff Neil has  long combined his day job  as an East End probation  officer with a promising  career as a songwriter and  singer. Over the years, his  voice and guitar playing  have mellowed and matured  and he is now writing some  excellent original songs.  He entertained us royally  with an impromptu concert  Blues great Eddie Shaw  pours It on for a packed,  sold out evening of  highly entertaining  fundraising for the  Roberts Creek Hall,  May 19.  Joel Johnstone photo  that included a fine new  logging song - one of the  very few based on this trade  - and a sardonic piece  entitled Leonard Cohen  Don't Come Here No  More. The material was  genuinely impressive and we  urged him to get into a  studio and make some  professional recordings. Neil  McKenzie is a locally-honed  talent who could quite  conceivably quit his day job  if the right breaks come his  way.  This pleasant afternoon  session put me in exactly the  right mood for what lay in  store that evening at the  venerable Roberts Creek  Community Hall. The dance,  organized by Diane Zornes  and Randi Tame and others,  was essentially a benefit to  help preserve the historic  building. What made the  event unique was the nature  of the band - an authentic  black blues quartet from  Chicago's legendary south  side, fresh from a four-day  gig at Vancouver's Yale  Hotel.  Eddie Shaw, the leader of  this funky group, has been  blowing saxophone and  harp and shouting his indigo  laments for over 30 years.  He has played, at one point  or another, with most of the  greats in the business - such  sterling bluesmen as Willie  Dixon, Junior Wells and  especially Howlin' Wold.  His long association with the  famous Wold both as  sideman and personal  manager, inspired the name  of his present group - The  Wolf Gang - a tribute to this  vital mentor.  Jan Michael Sherman and  I arrived at the bash a tad  late. Righteous down-home  blues were already shaking  the rafters in the old hall.  The place was packed and  jumping. Couples gyrated  and trucked to the vibrant  compelling music. The  crowd was dotted with  familiar faces - friends and  fellow blues freaks, some of  whom I hadn't seen for too  many years. 1 couldn't recall  a gathering quite like this  since    harpist    Charlie  Musselwhite and his group  just about blew the roof off  the hall back in the early  Eighties.  The Wolf Gang is  composed of Shaw's son,  guitar virtuoso Eddie "Vaan"  Junior, bass player Lafayette  "Shorty" Gilbert and  drummer Robert Plunkett.  Eddie Shaw Senior handled  most of the action in the fist  set, belting out a powerful  string of original blues and  standards, punctuated by  searing sax and harp solos.  A tall impressive looking guy  in his fifties, he displays  great range and technique.  During the intermission, I  chatted with him briefly  about Junior Wells and other  luminaries.  In the second set, Shaw  lets his sidemen strut their  stuff. Bassist Shorty Gilbert  chants a couple. Then  percussionist Robert  Plunkett rattles off a string of  lowdown laments. At one  point, the whole group gets  involved,   trading   vocal  choruses on a long driving  blues.  After another  intermission, the final set  gets under way. Eddie Shaw  does a few more numbers,  then invites Bob Zornes and  a couple of other local  musicians to guest on a few  songs. They acquit  themselves well. Eddie Shaw  does another piece or two,  then thanks the audience  and steps to the sidelines,  letting his son handle the  finale. Eddie Junior, who  has not been too prominent  up to this point, cuts loose  on a searing guitar solo that  would have done credit to  the late Jimi Hendrix. Eddie  Shaw looks on proudly. The  future of the blues is  obviously in capable hands.  All in all, a wild, wooly  and thoroughly memorable  stroll down blues alley. The  organizers of this eminently  worthwhile event are to be  congratulated. More big-time  sessions of this kind are  certainly in order.  GIBSONS  TEEN CENTRE  DROP-IN  Friday, Juno 7th  7 pm - 11 pm  coffee, snacks, video,  ping pong, cards, etc....  KINMIN HALL ��� DOUO.AL PARK  late service provided by  QIBSONS BUS  In touch with  the Sunshine Coast  Mountain FM Radio  Listen in Ion  7   107.5/104.7  The Fishing Report  - weekends at 8:30 and 3:30  The Sunshine Coast Job Finder  - weekday mornings at 10:50  PLUS community announcements and  the Coast's best music!  IrVe ara your radio station.  Keep in touch: (Van) 683-8060  THE  BRENT  LEE  BAND  Mots IIS  (SaMnjaratt SMN)  Intfaltana't  HltStofl**  "fUZm**  St"",?LaJ  ������Haamvaroai  aO^Cmai  ������America  i Saturday, June 15,8pm  AT THE  NBSONSOIMMfiMM  Thls��vwillsaporm>wlbyThaQ>a<)n����r>atrt^a>ait��bwo��C^xmTwrce  Dining  ^^ mmw  Guide  Your guide to the finest in area (Hiring  A listing of restaurants and putts  THE KEG BOATHOUSE  Need the illusion of getting away, yet only have a few hours to spare? Well my culinary companion and I figured out how to do  just that. We went to the Keg Boathouse.  No effusive service here, just professional, yet extremely friendly staff. And the choices! The Keg's menu is definitely not for the  indecisive. There is one full page of fresh I not frozen] seafood specialties and then the Keg's regular menu to peruse.  a\fter much debate, and thanks to an extremely patient waiter, we decided on Quesadillas (fresh shrimp mingled with three  types of cheese in fresh tortillas], and Blackened Chicken Strips (these ones bite back] served with guacamole and chunk)' fresh  salsa.  For the main course I opted for Pacific Jumbo Prawns, broiled over mesquite with a basil garlic mayonnaise [just writing this  makes my mouth water] while my fortunate [but grateful] companion went for fresh BC Spot Prawns braised, with a coconut-curry  cream and accompanied with spinach chiffonade. Ahhhh, the sauce, here in lay her only complaint, the sauce was soooo delicious,  she felt she needed more rice to sop up every drop. But, she was wrong folks, there were a few minutes there when it was  debatable whether we'd make it back to the terminal or park our full stomachs on one of the park benches along the way. So. don't  worry about the ferry ride peoples, just think of it as a convenient opportunity to relax, reflect, and digest.  FAMILY DINING  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 disnes. Don't  miss Andy's greal Brunch Buffet every  Sunday from I lam-J pm. Hwy 101, Gibsons, 886-3388. Open 11-9, Sun. closed  Mondays, M-lOTues.-Sal.  The Boat House-Just a ferry ride  away in beauliful Horseshoe Bay, offering daily choices of fresh and dash frozen  suifood from die West, East and Oulf  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 aervice in a relaxed atrrwphere  arvd fabulous meals are just some of Ihe  reasons you'll keep coming back. If you  have an important rwdenous or a ferry  to catch, please la us know and well  main the neomary arOTmmorJations. For  reservations all 921-8188. All major  credit cards accepted.  Cafe Pierrot- Comfortable atmosphere with warm, helpful stiff.  Homemade pastas, quiches and daily  specials are all prepared with the freshest  ingredients- both healthful and delicious.  Our whole wheat bread and scrumptious  desserts are baked fresh daily, on the  premises. Outside dining, take out orders  for the beach and cappudno are  available. The Coast's bhtro...as unique  as the Coast itself. Mon. - Sal.  9am-5pm.Closed Sunday. Teredo  Square, Sechell. Phone ahead for your  lunch! 885-9962.  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. With a European Hair, the Coast Club Cafe offers  dining at reasonable prices. Open from 6  am daily. Join us for weekend brunch.  5519 Wharf Ave., Sechelt, 885-9344.  Visa, Mastercard and American Express  accepted - sealing for 60.  Frances' Dining Lounge - Join us  for family dining at Franca' Dining  lounge at Ihe Pender Harbour Hold on  Highway 101. The atmosphere b comfortable, Ihe sutlT warm and friendly, and  Ihe menu excellent. We are open Monday  to Friday 6:30 am lo 10 pm and Saturday  and Sunday 8 am to 10 pm. Friday md  Salurday are Prime Rib nights; look for  other greal specials on Sunday; try our  smorgubord Tuesday and Wednesday  nights. Enjoy ��� view of Ihe harbour and  remember that private parries can be arranged. Call 883-9330.  Hald-A-Way ResUuranl Bring the  whole family and join us for great dining  al Ihe 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 a  children's section. We're open Sun. to  Wed. from 5:30 am until 9 pm, and  Thurs. to Sat. from 3:30 am until 10 pm.  Sunday our regular breakfast menu is offered from 5:30-10am. In addition we offer a fabulous Sunday BufTct Brunch, II  am - 2:30 pm, featuring a scrumptuous  salad bar, vrith a large selection of hot and  cotd dishes and desserts. Eat to your  heart's content. Reservations 8864501.55  seats plus banquet room.  The Omega Pizza, Steak And  Lobster Hook - with a perfect view  of Gibsons marina, and a good lime atmosphere, the Omega is a people-  watcher's paradise. You'll often see  Bruno Gerussi, former star of the  BtWahcombert, dining here. Menu includes pica, pasta, steaks and seafood.  Steaks and seafood are their specialties.  Banquet facilities available. Very special  children's menu. Avenge dinner for two:  UO. Reservations rer*mr*nded. Located  m ��barjm Landing al 1538 Gower Point  Rd. 886-2261. Opa for Lunch Mon.  -Fri., 11:30-2:30; Dinner Ddy 4-9 pm,  Fri. 4 Sat.,'Ill 10 pm.  (���AID ADVERTISEMENT  The Parthenon Greek Taverni  Located on the esplanade in downtown  Sechelt. We specialize in Greek Cuisine,  fresh seafood, steaks, pasta, and pizza.  Open 6 days a week - Tues. through  Thurs., from 11 am - 10 pm and Fri. a  Sat., II am - II pm. We are open for  lunch - try our daily luncheon spedab.  Lunch is served from II am - 3 pm.  Reservations recommended. We abo  have take-out - pizza, ribs, pasta, Greek  food and much more! 885-1995 or  885-2833. Kaiherina - Hostess.  FINE DINING  Mariners' Restaurant - On the  waterfront with one of the most spectacular views in Gibsons, the Manners'  specializes in fresh and live seafood, and  abo 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 Salurday: Lunch 11-3, Monday to  Saturday: Dinner 5-10 and Sunday 5-9,  Sunday Brunch 11-3. 100 seals. V. M.C.  The Terrace it Bottniebrook with  an ocean panorama, The Terrace at Bon-  nfcbrook, located on the waterfront at  Oowtr Point, offers superb West Coast  cubtne in a picturesque and relaxing lodge  setting. For those seeking finer dining and  t N|te standard of service we offer fresh  tooH BC food, expertly prepared and  presented in a varied menu of appetizers,  entrees and desserts for lunch and dinner.  Rafcw Oower Point road lo Ocean Beach  Esplanade. Our hours are: Friday, Saturday, Sunday. Monday A Tuesday, Din  ner-5:��9:�� pm; Sunday Brunch-  I0arn-2pm. To book special events,  pteewoau 886-2887.  NIGHT  ON THE TOWN  Otek House - Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated yet  casual almosphere. We serve rack of  lamb, duck, crab, clams, scauops, steaks,  abo daily specials. Reservations recommended. Roberts Creek Road and Beach  Avenue ��� 885-9321. Open 6 pm. Closed  Mondays & Tuesdays. V. MC. 40 seats.  Lord Jim's Resort Hold - a tranquil view of Thormanby Island and Ihe  Malaspina Straits set the theme for a  beautiful night oul. Super friendly people,  fine international cuisine, comfortable  surroundings, soft musk and good wine  always add up to make yours a night to  remember. With live musk in our lounge  every weekend and reasonable room rales  wilh a heated swimming pool and games  room, all our guests fed at home and al  ease. So, for a night out or a get-away  weekend give us a call. Starting June 15,  summer hours for the restaurant will be:  Breakfast* Lunch, 8 am to 2 pm; Dinner  5:30 pm to 10 pm; seven days a week. For  reservations or more information call  885-7038.  Hie 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 at 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 SI0. Hwy.  101. Gibsons. 886-7813.  Backeddy Pub ��� Enjoy the natural  beauty of Jervis Inlet while lasting one of  our many homestyle specialties in the  pub; or Ihe casual surroundings of our  family restaurant. Our "Skookum  Burger" is a challenge to the biggest appetite. Pub hours: Sun. ro Thurs., 11:30  am to 11:30 pm, Fri. & Sal., II am lo  closing. Kitchen hours: 11:30 am lo 7:30  pm seven days a week. Backeddy Pub  -located Vs mile north of Egmont on  Maple Road.  Cedars Neighbourhood Pub ���  Great food every day all day. Appetizers  and full menu along with terrific daily  spedab, available 'till 9 pm every night.  We're known for our great almosphere  and good limes. Sun. - Thurs. open till  midnight, Fri. * Sat. open 'till I am.  Visa, Mastercard and reservations accepted. 88*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  11 pm wkh our kitchen open from 11 am  to 10 pm. Pender Harbour, 883-1145,  MC, V, Fully licensed.  M&. Coast News, May 27,1991  Young People's Own Show  a^H^f"9 fro?.Sechel�� Elementary tour the Children's  Art Show exhibit at the Arts Centre.  Joel Johnstone photo.  NATURAL  i:-,        GAS        i.  IS CONING  TURN ON  AND SAVE BIG SSS  ON YOUR HEATING BILLS!  It s fime to replace your  old oil or electric lurnace  with a new Carrier Hiqh  Efficiency Nalural Gas  Furnace and reduce your  'healing costs  The photo/graphic class at  Elphinstone has again  produced one of the most  consistent bodies of work in  the Arts Centre's Annual  Young People's Own Show  Members of this class have  had work on display at the  Cafe Pierrot, been accepted  for the Arts Centre's 1990  Annual Juried Show, and  had work accepted for the  Images and Objects  provincial exhibition in  North Vancouver which  closed last week.  The inspiration of teacher  Jude Renaud and the  encouragement provided by  last year's Young People's  Show have given confidence  and experience to a talented  group of students.  Among the hundreds of  other artworks by Sunshine  Coast students is an  interesting collage of  painstakingly selected, cut,  and pasted colour swatches  obtained from tiny bits of  colour magazine illustrations  which were applied like  brush strokes by Chatelecher  Tina Harapnuk.  Pender Harbourite Erin  Duncan has produced an  landscape collage.  Elphi students Steve  Zediluke, who shows an  obsessively intense game-  board-like mandala, and Kris  Hepburn with a black-and-  white-plus fan phantasy  both exploit the grids and  moires of Op-art for  disturbing visual effects.  Evangeline, Olivia,  and  Natalie   Weatherill   show  more of their richly-worked  pastel drawings, and Emily  Lasuta    has   crafted    a  delightfully    disgusting  octopus-witch puppet which  was mistaken during the  hanging of the show for an  obesely gravid "Charlotte the  Spider'. The show can be  seen   11   am   to   4   pm  Wednesday to Saturday, 1 to  4 pm Sunday, until June 2.  The following week is the  deadline for the Young  Artists Awards sponsored by  the Rotary Club of Sechelt  and the Sunshine Coast  Teacher's Association.  Information and registration  forms can be obtained at the  Arts Centre during regular  hours.  Paul Hyde  Continued from page 14.  As a co-founder (with Bob  Rock) of the Payolas.Hyde,  armed with a pugnacious  turn of phrase and a flair for  the drama of rock, burst  onto the Canadian charts in  '81 with the hit single "China  Boys." Hyde and the group  recorded three albums  before calling it quits in '85.  In '87, as Rock and Hyde,  the former schoolmates  released the stunning "Under  The Volcano", considered  their best album yet.  Ironically, creative  differences soon heralded  the end of Rock and Hyde.  But not of Hyde's rock.  "Turtle Island", the singer-  songwriter's debut solo  album kept him firmly in the  game. With wife Myriam  Nelson co-writing the lyrics  to half the songs, the album  promptly gave up the hit  single "America Is Sexy." For  "Turtle Island", Hyde  assembled a crack squad of  session men including Terry  Bozzio (drums), David  Faragher (bass), Phil  Shenales (keyboards), and  guitarist Jef Scott. Noted  Hyde at the time of the lean  sound of the album: "We  consciously tried to make it  simple, so the lyrics would  stand out."  It will all stand out (and  hang out) come June 15th  Paul Hyde has set a clear  course as a solo artist, and  has embarked on the latest  leg of his idiosyncratic  musical odyssey. In the next  two weeks the Coast News  will be featuring both a Paul  Hyde ticket contest - to say  nothing of an exclusive  interview with the man  himself.  Stay tuned.  CHANNEL ELEVEN  CODY WOULD LIKE  HIS BIKE RETURNED  HE'S  NOT  THE  SAME  OUT  m  886-  3910  Organizational  Meeting  Elphinstone School  "rpm     Tuesday, June 4  Contact David  at 886-883*  -   III.ATINGK  AIIUONDITIomnc;  THOMAS HEATING in.  673 Poyna Rd., Gibsons  phone 886-7111  Serving The Sunshine Coasl Since 1967  CALL NOW!  DON'T WAIT  Gel your  FREE Estimate  TODAY.'  TOP GUN SPORTS CARDS  All New Homes I  A*AKE VOU* CHOICE |  NOW FOR  Natural Gat  #8 Seaview Place,  Sunshine Coast Highway,  Gibsons  886-9332  1  Tueaaay.May28.1991  B.45& 9:10 pm  Cable Connections  Farley Graham  produces  this week's edition of Cable  Connections.  Local news  and events are the issue in  this weekly program from  the broadcasting students at  Elphinstone.  7:00 pm  TBA  9:00 pm  Gibsons Pioneer Museum  25th Anniversary  The Gibsons Pioneer  Museum celebrates its 25th  anniversary this month. Lola  Westell talks with Nora Hill,  Tarn Johnston, founder of  the museum Les Peterson  and Sheila Kitson about the  beginnings of the museum in  Gibsons.  9:20 pm  Meet the Queen  Contestants  Dick Thomas introduces the  contestants for this year's  Miss Gibsons Sea  Cavalcade Contest.  940 pm  Writing In Tha Ram  A profile of writer Howard  White who recently won the  Steven Leacock Award for  Humour. Produced through  the   assistance   of   the  Knowledge Network.  9:10 pm  Cable Connections  See 6:45 pm for details.  Thursday. May 3a 1991  5:00, 6:45 fi 8:00 pm  Cable Connections  Nicole Qually produces the  final   edition   of   Cable  Connections for the season.  The production crew of  students enrolled in the  broadcasting  courses  et  Elphinstone   promise   e  special information packed  program this week.  7:00 pm  Student Forum  Surviving Child Sexual  Abuse  Hanna Skytte produced this  look at surviving child sexual  abuse.   Guest   psnelists  include psychologist Donne  Schmirler, Marlena Ochs  and RCMP Constable Pat  Murohv.  This Community Television     SOUTH COAST FORD  Schedule courtesy of. 68f) ;i^H I  The Sussex Group of Companies congratulates the Sechelt  Indian Band on the opening of their Government, Education &  Cultural Centre on May 29th, 1991.  HOUSE of hewhiwus  House of hewhiwus translated into English means "HOUSE OF CHIEFS'  "Your new neighbours in the community  t,  ,.��.��� ........������,���._.  ��aJ\a*V***��* ;��:..*,-*��� -' *>' -"���*'?  *������  ��� �� **.��- m w.,?a�� a* a��. m w, m. mm e> *-..,-. rs.r^i SPORTS  Coast News, May 27,1991  17.  Make this bpace  WORK FOR YOU  885-3930 886-2622  Slo-pitch update  Future baseball greats? Yuri Makofka (left) Alec Frith  (centre) and Simon Crowell keep track of the 'big  leaguers' and make a few trades of their own.  TIDE TABLES  GOLF  CLUB  O-tte  Hr Fi  12:30 11.3  28  4:45 13.1  TU 12:15 2.0  8:00 15.0  Dato    Timo   Ht Ft  1:15 11.4  29 5:20 12.8  WE 12:50 2.0  8:40 15.0  Dale    Time   HI Ft  2MTTT3  30  5:50   12.5  TH  1:25     2.3  9:15   15.0  Dale    Time   Ht Ft  2:50   1l72  31  6:30   12.2  Dale    Time HI.FI  3:35 10.9  1   7:15 11.8  SA  2:35 3.2  10:25 14.8  Dale    Time    Ht Fl  4:30 10.6  2 8:05 11.4  SU  3:15 3.9  11:00 14.7  Dale    Time HI Ft  5:25 10.1  3 9:00 10.9  MO 3:50 4.8  11:30 14.6  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson fors��o����umohi<iiNarriw,a*i  D..ISI. CI.-.,.,.4 Tl__ ' "'���'" m,n' ���llu' 5 ml"',ot'" "  pacitic atanqaro rime ana r mm. ior aaehn. oi n��  Seabml  RENTALS LTD  PASIODI Stjplcf, Njilrr/Spihrn  Coil HitiK Njil.-r, Flnith NMets  Ronfinft Njilfrs     Hjrilwrinil Ilunr Nailers  Call fur QUOTES on NAIL STOCK  For Boslith, Vnin, Pjilode, ft* -  EQUIPMENT & TOOLS FOR  INDUSTRY, CONSTRUCTION, HOME & FARM  Mon.-Sat., 8*5  '^ms.smtmm  by Frank Natwon  The ladies were playing  the first round of an eclectic  and there are no results as  yet, it being a two day thing.  Senior men should set  aside and sign up for the  eclectic which will be run  on Thursdays, June 6 and  13. This tournament is being  organized by Tom Milsted  again this year. Tom, by the  way, has finally sold his  West Vancouver home and  Continued on page 19.  MORE SPORTS  ON PAGE 19  R.T.&T.BOATSl  a division ol Sea lo SKy ArJvBnturw  Discount Moormgm  TEL: 885-6335  VANCOUVER 522 21 15  Let's Go  FISHING/MARINE SALE  RODS * REELS  Kids Shakaspaara  Rod/Reel Set 16.99  Black Widow  Spinning Reel  Casting Rod 69.99  Black Widow  Daiwa 375  Mooching Rod 69.99  Black Widow  Daiwa 375/Trolling Rod    69.99  QA26S0T  Spinning Reel Reg. 89.99   59.99  TACKLE  WatvScotty  Rod Holder/Tube Style     16.99  Charter-boat Line 7.99  Taoklo Box 4.99  Qlbba #3  Nickle Dodger  3.99  Apoa Hot Spot  Lure/All Sizes 2.99  BOATS/MOTORS/TRAILERS  Johnaon  9.9 HP   Trailer  1671350 lbs  Horlson  10' Dinghy  Doublo laglo  17' c/w Trailer  70 HP Johnson  1599.00  999.00  999.00  11,999.00  SOUNDERS/VHP  Lowranoo X-35 289.99  Impulse 2800 Plus  Reg. 799.95   .... 599.99  VHP Radio  Scans/Weather 279.99  BAIT PAILS/TANKS  Horrlng Palls  2 Pee. Reg. 16.98 13.99  Horrlng Tank  15"x15" Reg. 189.88      169.99  Rule Pump  360 Electric 14.99  Bait Tank  Electric Timer IT-Z 79.99  Aorator     29.99  ANCHOR/OARS  SH7I Anehor  12-15' Boat 11.99  MSB  Up To 20' 17.49  Bruco 8 Kg 149.00  ay*' Oar Cavinus 19.99  S'Paddlo 10.99  OIL FUEL TANKS  OMC 2 Cyelo Oil  4 Litre  12.99  OMC Motal Tank  5 Gal 69.99  Sooptra Container  5 Gal 11.99  3  ���yltafcl  Stenner's Thunderbolts  battled back, after being  down 11-4, to defeat the  second place Coors  Scumbie's by a score of 12-  li and move into a tie for  third place with the Cedars  Pub in Mixed Slo-pitch.  Dale Boghean drove in  Steve Hoops from third on a  sacrifice fly in the bottom of  the seventh to complete the  comeback.  Tony Williams with a  boomer and Wally with a  "Scumby home run" replied  for the Scum. Cubby "Stick-  em" had a good game both  batting and patrolling  second base.  The Pigs won their' first  game of the season by  shocking A&G Contracting  by a score of 13-12. Jacquie  and Velcro were stand-outs  at batting and fielding for the  Pigs. There is something  about the rain and mud that  brings out the best in the  Pigs.  John Pritchard, who hit  two home runs for A&G  said, "Man dem Pigs is good  in the rain." Pam Swanson  also had a good game for the  struggling A&G club.  League Standings  W     L     T   Pta.  Blasters  GBS  1  RCV.F.D.  Pigs  Yahoos  1  8  This weeks games  Monday, May 27, Spinoffs vs GAB at Brothers #2;  Scumbie's vs Creekers at  Langdale N.  Tuesday, May 28, A&G vs  Wahoos at Langdale N.;  Creekers vs GBS at Langdale  S.  Wednesday, May 29,  RCVFD vs Blasters at Cliff  Gilker; GAB vs A&G  Brothers #3.  Teams are reminded to  attend the league meeting,  Thursday, May 30, 8.00 pm  at Cedars Pub.  10  Scumbie's  9  Cedars  S  Slenner'sl  8  Commuter's  6  Creekers  6  'Spin-oils  5  GAB.  4  Wreoks  /      4  AID  2  21  INTRODUCING  COMMUNITY MEETINGS:  Right in your town!  COME TO OUR FREE OPEN HOUSE!  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Custom Pecking, Storage, Loeel 8 Long Distsnce Moving  HWY. 101, GIBSONS    ��^gffir  886-2664  KP for men: #3 John  Elwell; #6 Dutch Haddon.  KP for ladies: #3 no winner;  #6 Carol Reid.  Wooden trophies were  won by Bob Richardson and  Helen Crabb.  Monday Twilight May 20  was attended by 39 golfers  and here are your winners:  1st low gross, George Grout  and Joyce Reid; 2nd low  gross, Murrell Smith and  Mary Roop; 3rd low gross,  Bill Jack and Ev Tapio; 1st  low net, Sig Sigurdson and  Jackie Hooper; 2nd low net,  Wayne Whyte and Cathy  McQuitty; 3rd low net, Tom  Held and Cathy Reid; 4th  low net, Neil Reeder and  Lois Haddon; KP#3, Jay  Deyman; #6 Ev Tapio;  lowest putts, Dutch Haddon  and Elsie Colling; Wooden  trophies, Bobo Sagonsky and  Hazel Charboneau.  The Men's Club monthly  steak night was held on May  17. Twenty men formed a  four ball foursome before  cooking their own steak.  The team of Jerry Holmes,  Eldy Gandy, Ted Dobrindt  and our illustrious manager  Dave West shooting a  sizzling 32. The high team  Sunshine Coast  'ICES  DIREC  t job don* jfcjMra^  6XPWT8  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  SUNSHINE KITCHEN  ��� CABINETS ���  886-9411  IShowmom Kern's Plaza.Hwy lot  Opan Tuesday to Saturday 10-4 pm)  MARINE SERVICES  Cottrell's Marine Service  SERVICE TO Al I MAKES  Specializing In Merc. Outboard  8 atern drive rebuilding  Located at  Smitty's Marina, Gibsons  HAULING        'SHOP 866-3005   RES.665-6640^  MMkh.    Cotti  DIVEFt^W*  BOAT ���  MISC. SERVICES  | (Euatom (Eabtneta  jig. KITCHEN CABINETS  ���SKT BATHROOM VANITIES ��� OFFICE  r BUILT-INS ��� CUSTOM MILLWORK  i Peter Sugars 886-2231  W  NEED THIS SPACE?  Call the COAST NEWS  at 886-2622 or 885-3930  ( cesi  ��� Commercial & Residential*  ��� Carpet & Resilient Flooring*  *********   phone  *�����������  .f^mam-mmam or am  SH0PPING       SHOWROOM 4349 Hwy. 101  Wilson Creek, Across Irom Sunshine G.M.  Mon.-Sat. 9:30am-5pm  ___tme floor stone ��r voun ooon ^.___  9<ta KowtiftoK  Refrigeration &  Appliance Service  PRATT RD.        886-9959  MAID IN THE SHADE  House Cleaning  HOURLY & FLAT RATES  EXPERIENCED & BONDED  CLEANING PRODUCTS SUPPLIED  Qlbaona SSKtf.lt      886-8419      Karan  COAST NEWS  m Photo  Reprints  5X 7    9.00  "fjtv 8X10 12.00  any published photo or your  choice from the contact sheets  LANDSCAPING  s. Qflrksiffn (Sari-ater  if  General Garden Maintenance  Lawn Care ��� Landscaping ��� Pruning  Rockeries  Senior's Discount ��� Friendly Service  Fred 886-3526  COAST  WATER HAULING  4x4, 2000 Gallon Self Loader  High Pressure Discharge, Spray Bar  DAVID GROOM - 886-3412, Glbaona. B.C.  (GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE  MARINE SERVICES  .. ,,���... 'Vr>,v"  -oTvtc^1" '  * Motel & Campsites * Water Taxi  * Marine Repairs       * Ice and Tackle     883-H66  atf^STTcobr.'  * Salt Waler Licences.j*--^'  Bu  mccaneer  Marina cV Resort Ltd  Located in Secret Cove 685-7688  MARINE SPECIALISTS 21 years  PARTS - SALES - SERVICE -REPAIRS  K * C Thirmoglass 6  Cobra Boats now  In-Stock  Custom Culling - Planing  Bevel Siding - Posts & Beams  Chris Nepper 666-3466  R.R.H4, S6, C76,  .Qibsons, B.C. VON 1V0  WEST COAST RAILINGS  Serving the Sunshine Coasl  Aluminum Railings  Commarclal Is Residential Installatlona  SpMlallting In Glass ft Aluminum  FREE ESTIMATES- lenbobinson  S��ch.lt. BC. WH3AO  (CHAINSAWS  8ALE8 & SERVICE  KELLY'S LAWNMOWER *  CHAIN8AW LTD  I    73inOBTHR6AD   886-29i2J  Tina Davison   p���: (604)8864969  'ESSfe?"     Phone:     886-9100  ABSOLUTE ACCOUNTING  MANUAL OR COMPUTERIZED BOOKKEEPING  I PAYROLL 'MONTHLY STATEMENTS      J  came in with a tough 37. A  good time was had by all.  The next steak night will be  June 21. Visitors welcome to  join the fun.  The Junior Golf Program  will start on July 3 at 1 pm.  The program will consist of  lessons and rounds of golf  with a tournament held in  August. Golfers must have  Iheir memberships paid  ($40), and clubs will be  made available. So come on  out you juniors, and enjoy  the summer golfing. Who  knows where it could lead.  For more information  contact the Pro Shop at 883-  9541 or Eric Antilla al 883-  2633.  A last note to remind all  you hard working men, we  have started Wednesday  nigh! gulling again. Tee off at  5:30 pm.  Golf Club News continued  from page 17.  is now living on the Coast  which is good news as we  will make good use of his  tournament skills.  The senior men had 71  out on May 23 where Peter  Smith, Eric Small, Bernie  Parker and Ole Johansen  took the honours for lowest  net team score. Then came  Bill Gibbons, Jack Milbourn,  Archie Dove, and Phil  Clarke, a really strong team  who took the Tee Award.  This sort of thing  happened to a team I was on  once too Jack, so don't fret.  Bill Sutherland was the dead-  eye with his closest to the  hole on that new eighth  hole.  From the Hip  Continued from page 3  bring about some form of  engineered immortality!"  In the summary section of  her treatise, Dr. Bella Donna  Poitrine points out,  "Boredom became a way of  life from which only a  ���handful may have managed  to escape. We have recently  recovered a third skull in  Northern British Columbia,  Canada, of what would  seem to be a male-female  hybrid who lived for 991  years before dying with a  smile on his/her face."  Dr. Poitrine notes, finally,  that "Death is perhaps not  the correct term. This  human being appears simply  to have vacated his/her skull  at a time entirely of its own  choosing. But, since this will  take me some 75-100 years  in which to integrate the  data, we must regretfully  leave further discussion on  this matter for a future  paper."  NOTICE  For Tha Information Of  Residents Of The  v     EGMONT Area:     :  The B.C. Liquor Distribution Branch has received, and Is considering, a  request for an Agency  Liquor Store in the community of EGMONT.  Agency Liquor Stores  may be established,  generally in conjunction  with an existing grocery  business, for the sale of  beer, wine and spirits in  packaged form. The program is intended to improve service to consumers in small rural  communities without  convenient access to  retail liquor outlets.  Comments on this subject may be made, in  writing, to:  Agency Programs Division  Store Operations Departmant  Liquor Distribution Branch  3200 Eeet Broadway  Vancouver, B.C. VSM 1Z6  until May 31,1991  Coast News, May 27,1991  Ixrutrntlirr 111 I  19.  5 YEARS AGO  Twenty-two candidates  or candidate surrogates  took out papers for election into Sechelt's newly  established District Municipality. Included among  the throng were Bernal  Gordon, a member of  Sechelt's original council  of 28 years before, and  former Mayor Bud Koch,  the only ammounced  mayoral candidate.  10 YEARS AGO  Area D Director Harry  Almond told the Regional  Board at Thursday's  meeting that he is strongly opposed to Imperial  Oil's $1 milllion proposal  to improve their bulk petroleum storage depot at  Hopkins Landing.  The Jolly Roger Inn at  Secret Cove has received  one ol the highest honours a hotel, motel or  resort can earn���the  Canadian and American  Automobile Association's  Four Diamond rating.  15 YEARS AGO  The SCRD has unanimously approved a proposal by Chairman John  McNevin that, if successful, will take this  area's objections to the  recent ferry increases to a  full cabinet meeting. The  resolution followed last  Thursday's announcement by Transportation  Minister Jack Davis that  resident cards will not be  granted after a previous  promise from him that a  commuter card system  would be recommended  to cabinet and residents  would receive a SO per  cent reduction.  25 YEARS AGO  Sam Fladager announced at the Gibsons and  District Recreation Commission meeting that  plans have been forwarded to Ottawa to build an  Olympic sized swimming  pool.  John Glassford, 63, of  Marine Drive, Gibsons,  died on May 11, practically on the same spot he  was born. A native son of  Gibsons, he lived in Ontario while young and  received his education  there. Later in his teens  he travelled westward  and on reaching Oregon  bought a saddle horse  which he rode to Gibsons.  35 YEARS AQO  The new Lang Drug  Store and building was  announced to have its  grand opening June 5 in  Gibsons.  Pender Harbour Board  of Trade has asked for a  water reserve on Haslam  Creek for a future  domestic water supply.  45 YEARS AGO  The meeting of two  very old friends has  blossomed into romance  and culminated in the  marriage of Mrs. Maggie  Dockar of Granthams and  Al Farquar of Winnipeg.  The friendship of 30 years  brought about their decision to marry and settle at  'Bonnie Doon' in Granthams. Mr. Farquar is 82  and his bride, 74.  Mon.. May 27/91  Year  2000  Discussion  Group  lor  parents & members of Ihe public.  Topic: "Tiansilions" (Irom primary to  intermediate). Sechelt Elementary  School library. 7-9:30 pm.  S.C. University Women's Club Annual  Meeting. 11:30 am. Kirkland Centre.  Davis Bay Guest speaker: Bradley  Hunl  Into 885-9589.  Tues., May 2S/91  Sunshine Coasl Branch ol Ihe Canadian Diabetes Association will resume  meetings tonight at 7:30 pm at Ihe  Bella Beach Motel. Davis Bay. Guest  speaker. Martin C Wilson Irom  Horner Pharmaceuticals All diabetics  and interested public welcome. Collee  6 lighl refreshments Admission free.  Info' Hank or Gail Wilson. 885-5417  Reform Party ol Canada Inlormation  meeting, 7:30 pm. Wilson Creek Campground  Post-Natal Class Gibsons Health Unit.  7 to 9 pm. Everyone welcome. To  register Sue Lehman. 885-7930.  Wed., May 29/91  Sunshine Coast Integrated Use Coalition General meeling, 7:30 pm. Drill-  wood Inn. Visiters welcome.  Thurs.. May 30/91  Transitions Support Group for anyone  dealing wilh Ihe difficulties that arise  Irom painlul and contusing times in  our lives, in a safe, loving and supportive atmosphere. Introductory  meeling. 1 pm at Kiwanis Village.  841 Kiwanis Way. Gibsons Inlo:  Pearl 886-8369  Fri.. May 31/91  Sunshine Coasl Arts Council presents  A Tribute lo Howard While Join  special guests, authors Anne  Cameron. Edith Iglauer and Alan  Twigg al ihe Ails Centre to celebrate  Pender Harboui s 'writer in the rain"  winning Hie 1991 Stephen Leacock  Award for Humour Advance tickets,  S6 al usual outlets All proceeds go to  henelil Ihe Sunshine Coasl Arts Centre  Sat. June 1/91  Earthquake Preparation Four hours.  Preparalion now could save your family s and neighboui s lives No charge,  no obligation Sechelt Pronlos  Restaurant (Annex), 10 am ��� 2 pm.  Open lo all adulls tiom Egmont lo Port  Mellon Relieshments  2nd Annual NDP Auction Sale t pm.  Gibsons Elementaiy School Gym  886 7421  Sunshine Coasl Women's Aglow Bullet Luncheon will be held at Haid-A-  Way Restaurant in Gibsons Motor Inn  al 11 am to 3 pm Speaker. Carol Grit*  hths Tickets available at the Christian  Book Store. North Ro Gibsons. Inlo:  886-9576 or 886-8594.  Yard Sale 9 30 to 12 noon. SI. John's  United Church. Davis Bay Rd. at Simpkins Rd White Elephant, garden  tools, hardware, plants, clothing,  books. Coffee, doughnuts, mulfins on  sale.  Hunter Gallery Lois ot lun with two  shows. June 1 to 21. "Peppers, Turnips and Potatoes" is the title ol Ursula Fritsch's show of paintings and  "Something Fishy" is Ole Pii's  humourous show ol carvings, Recep-  lion lor the artists, today at 2 pm.  Public welcome.  Sun., June 2/91  Bamboo In Winter dim showing. 7 pm.  A story ot personal struggle with faith  in the wake ol the Tiananmen Square  massacre. Some violence, not recom-,  mended lor children under 16.  Freewill offering for Open Doors  ministries. Calvary Baptist Church,  Park Rd.. Gibsons. Sponsored by  Sunshine Coasl Ministerial Association.  Wed., June 5/91  Action: Alcohol 4 Drug I  Sociely Annual General Meeting at the  ollices ol the Action Society. Sechelt.  Inlo: 885-5680 during business  hours  Sun.. June 9/91  Attention: Ei-NWT Residents 5th Annual Picnic, 12 noon to 8 pm. Bear  Creek Provincial Park. Kelowna. BC.  Bring your own lunch and  refreshments. Contact: Al Hall. (604)  764-2347. H. Glick, (604) 768-2158.  Wed.. June 12/91  Sunshine Coast Home Support Society  Annual General Meeting, 7:30 pm in  Ihe Home Support Otice. Room 202,  Teredo Square. Sechelt. Everyone  welcome  tf  "���"���-a*  MISCELLANEOUS  Plastic Pom Poms lor weddings,  parades & parties, etc, 21 assorted  colours. 20' each. Made by Sechelt  Sr. Citizens, proceeds lo go toward  Ihe   new   Seniors'   centre.   Phone  885-9392 or 885-2585.  Tuesdays  Sexual Abuse Survivors Group - every  Tuesday. 7 to 9 pm at the Action  Society   Ollice.   Contact   Deborah.  885-5680  Sunshine Coast Breasi Feeding Support Group Informal drop-in meetings  on ihe third Tuesday ot each month  885-2332 or 886-2457 lor more inlormation  Wednesdays  Toastmaslirs   International   -meet  evcy 2nd & 4th Wed. at 7:30 pm at  Greenecourt. Mike. 885-3323 tor further inlormation  Thurdays  Birth Control Clinic al Coasl Garibaldi  Health Unit. 494 S. Fletcher. Gibsons  every Thurs trom 7 to 9 pm. Everyone  welcome, no appointment necessary  New Beginnings" is a Iriendly social  group lor widows and widowers (and  others experiencing loss) which meets  cveiy other Thursday afternoon at the  Sechelt Health Unit. The purposes ol  New Beginnings" are lor making  Iriends. sharing inlormation and  ideas, support and enc"uragement-  lor someone to talk lo. II you wish further inlormation (and lor next meeting  dale) call 885-5164.  3C's Weight Loss Support Group  meets every Thursday evening, 6:45  to 8 pm al the United Church, Glass-  lord Rd.. Gibsons. Inlo: 886-7159.  Fridays  United Church Thrift Shop -in basement of church off Truman Rd., open  Fridays, 1-3 pm.  The Sechelt Public Library will be open  every Friday Irom 1 to 5 pm, beginning April 5th.  Saturdays  Artists & Crafts People display S selling space is available in Gibsons Landing. Saturdays and Sundays. For inlormation phone 886-2470 or  886-2116.  Sundays  The Sunshine Coast Stamp Clob - will  be meeling every second Sunday at  Rockwood Lodge at 7:30 pm. Phone  885-3381 or 885-7088 lor further information. Open lor all ages. 20.  Coast News, May 27,1991  CLASSIFIED  PRIME AD SPACE  CALL YOUR AD REP  GIBSONS: 886-2622  SECHELT: 885-3930  CLASSIFICATIONS  1. Homee a Property  2. Birth.  3 Ofcttuariw  4. InMemonam  5 Thank You  6. Personal  7. Announcement  8. Weddings S Engagements  B. Losl  10. Found  11 Pets a Livestock  12. Music  13. Travel  14. Wanted  15. Free  16. Garage Sale*  17 Barter a Trade  18 For Sale  19. Heavy Equipment  20 Autos  21. Trucks  22. Campers  23 Marine  24. Mobile Homes  25. Motorcycles  26. Wanted*) Rent  27. Bed* Breakfast  28 For Rent  29. Entertainment  30. Help Wanted  COAST NEWSI  CLASSIFIED  31. Business a Home Services  35. Legal  32. Work Wanted  33. Child Care  34. Business Opportunities  DROP OFF YOUR  ^-% THE SUNSHINE-  Coast  CLASSIFIEDS  At Any Of Our Convenient  FRIENDLY  PEOPLE PLACES  In Pender Harbour  MARINA PHARMACY 883-2888  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES 8839551  In Halfmoon Bay  BtJ STORE 885-9435  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Street 885-3930  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) 888-2822  DEADLINE IS 3:00PM FRIDAY  New owner David Orr will be happy to help you  place your classifieds at AC Building Supply, one  ol our Friendly People Places in Pender Harbour.  ..THE BEST  DEAL AROUND  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIED  $  4  ONE WEEK  f Minimum)  ONE WEEK  tor 10 words  (Births. Lost I  Found FREE)  7% QST  must be  added to ill  our pnces  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  ��1�� up to 10 word*  tl ���aeh additional word  Your ad. featuring 11tem, will run 4 conaeeutive weeks, man will be  cancelled unless you instruct ua to renew it by noon Saturday.  Not available lor commercial edverllsera.  CLASSIFIED  DEADLINE  Gibsons & Sechelt Offices  NOON SATURDAY  "Friendly People Places"  3iOO PM Fridays  QIBSONS 88t>2822 SECHELT 888-3830  QIBSONS FAX 88*7725 SECHELT FAX 886-3K4  AveUebfe lor public ut*  ANDERSON REALTY  ��� Recreation ��� Retirement  ��� Relocation  FRKE  CATALOGUE  5f8F Cowrie Sl , Box 1219  Sechell B C VON 3A0  885-3211 FAX 885-2899  Van Toll Fiee 684-8016  Pender Harbour view lot. serviced  to border, uncleared. $29,900  270-2958/883-9095 #20sr  Modern 2 bdrm home on  acreage, privale, no reas otter  retused. trade commercial or  sailboat 883-29?? #20sr  WATERFRONT  54' lot    80 year lease  Keats  Island Try your offer 886-2694  #24sr  lol 23 Central Rd , 50x105.  view, level, 3 km to tarry  872-1064 #20sr  mmrnrns  Tebiles?.  MIL SANDY  Thinking of Buyingf  Thinking isl Selling;  Call Anytime  RE8.886-8JS6        VAN. TOLL  BlgjjMlo;   WJBMI-J044  Drive up Trail Ave., past trie  arena & discover the new subdivision ' Eagleview" on Fairview  otl Lookout These view lots with  underground wiring are cleared  ready lor your dream home.  Signs on properly Priced Irom  $25,000 up #21s  Level semi-waterlronl lot.  66x130', services in Perk  tested, very nice area and homes  3 km. trom village ot Sechelt.  Wont last, $32,900 lirm  885-2544. #21s  MimSElI  3 bdrm 3 bath, spectacular  view Beautilul sunsets Close to  marinas, shopping, schools. Approx. 2500 sq. II. 883-9418.  988-4310 #2133  Sam and Melanie Simpson are  happy lo announce Ihe arrival ol  Samuel Blake, born May 12.  1991 at 6 19 pm. weighing 8  lbs. 14 oi Blake is a new  brother to Melssa, age 12 and  Aimee. age 3 Grandparents are  James and Erma Simpson ot Co  quillam and Glenn and Norma Ingle ol Chenoa, Illinois Thanks to  Drs Farrer, Pel/old and Paelkau  Del Pratt, 63, passed away on  May II 1991 al Sechell, BC  Suivivefl by mother Rela Prall,  son Michael, daughter Nena,  sisters Irene Howell, Belly Segec,  Holly Lehmann, Roberla Leslie, 3  giandsons and 18 nieces and  nephews, predeceased by wile  Ivy, lather Gilmour. and sister  Nome Triles A memorial was  held al Ihe home ol Holly and Sieg  Lehmann #21  Announcements!! 7.   Announcement  |l 11 ��� Pets &  Livestock  BROOKS a MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints  fnwro/imanr  Fnondt, Reims  in All  Colours 01  Tito flainboe.     ar.  Including Green  Bill Wood  SECHELT 21  Bus 885-2923  Res 885-5058  A  Lot 29. REDROOFFS ROAD  Buy this LARGE building lot  located on high side ol Redroolls  Rd 3rd lol in Irom juncture ol  Sunshine Coast Hwy. & Redroolls  Rd. Septic lank approved & our  sign is on It, Asking $42,500 For  more details call Loren Campbell.  Campbell Sage Really, 926-5500  (24 hrs.) #22  6.6 acres. Hallmoon Bay. near  Sechell, nicely Ireed, gently sloping, sunny, $49,900 885 7492  #21  Gibsons, Gower Point, choicest  waterlront, panoramic view. <h  acre. 581-2904 (Surrey).     #22  Home lor sale by owner. Modern  3 bdrm. plus sell-contained suite  Davis Bay area Save the co'mmis-  sion. $130,000 885-2537    #22  Wanted: View properly with  privacy with or withoul house.  883-2107. #23  VIEW  Georgia  Slrail and Vancouver  Island.   75x135' level   lot,  $48,900 885-5787. #23  To all our tnends and neighbours,  baseball learn and sisters in  guiding, lor Ihe kind thoughts  and support shown in the recent  loss ol my husband and my  children's stepfather Al Collins.  Our deepest and sincere thanks.  Vour cards, Ilowers and call are  truly appreciated. Special lhanks  to Arnie lor his etlorts to get us  out to Ihe Mariners' Restaurant  The Collins Family  Jan, Misty. Randy and John  #21  JEEP lull ol thanks Irom the Gibsons Wildlife Club to all the people who boughl tickets and GOOD  LUCK. #21  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885 2896. 886-3463.   TFN  Does someone in your lamily have  a dunking problem' Call Al-Anon  886-9903. B85-7484. 886-9059  AlAleen 886-2565 NC  Phone us today aboul our selection ol  beautilul personalised  wedding   invitations,   napkins.  matches, stationery and more  Jeannies Gilts & Gems  886-2023  TFN  Adult children ol Alcoholics or  disfunctional families please call  885-5281 or 886-8165 lor help.  NC  A very gralelul lhank you lo all  the men & women ol Ihe Roberts  Creek Fire Dept, lor all Iheir  dedication lo the communily. We  are especially thankful lor your  quick & efficient action early  Tuesday morning, May 14  lhank you also to Susan.  Wealherill for being at the right  place al Ihe right lime - Management. Roberls Creek General  Slore. #21  Cards ot Thanks  Hearllell Thanks lo everyone who  gave their help and love and who  sent cards, flowers, and gifts of  food when we losl our son and  brother.  Mrs. Rela Prall and daughters  #21  6   Personal  Dr you need some information lo  deal with your legal problem' Call  the Legal Inlormation Service  885-5881; Mondays and  Wednesdays 9-4. TFN  NEED  HELP?  ��� Hesumes  ��� Oflice Relief  ��� Casual Labour  ��� Day Care  WE ttnd the people  YOU get Ihe lob done  WESTCOAST  WORKFORCE  886-3759  Astrology Classes  Experienced Instructor  $8.00 per lesson  886-7930 for inlormation  #21  POTTERY SALE  Handcralled stoneware by  ELAINE FUTTERMAN and MIKE  ALLEGRETTI. Creek Clayworks  Sludioopening: Sat., Sun., May  25 & 26, I0am-4pm, 1738  Lockyer Rd, Roberts Creek,  885-2395 lor inlo. or directions.  #21  Attention Women 01 The Sunshine Coast  The SC Business Prol. Women's  Club oilers bursaries lo mature  students desiring to continue  Iheir education Please mail letter  ol application outlining planned  course belore June 30. PO. Box  887. Sechelt. VON 3A0.       #21  Are you a woman in an unhappy  relationship, do you need to talk'  Call the Sunshine Coast Transition House for confidential 24 hr  service 885-2944 TFN  ' Certified  "Ttiram lis Oss��  Concopte"  Procllonor  Three In One Concepts  (using Applied Kinesiology) is a program helping people to clear emotional blockages or emotional denials to enhance  learning abilities and improve Self Image.  Linda  Hoorcoft      886-7923  Plaaeo call whh vour  ...sAiom. or lo m.ls.  aoB-lot���.cntt  COAST NEWS  PHOTO CONTEST  1. The conlesl is  open lo amateur photographers only.  Employees ol Glass-  lord Press or the  Coasl News or their  families 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 entry form Irom Ihe  Coast News must be  ATTACHED TO THE  BACK ol each pholo.  Enter as often as you  wish, but 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 lorm.  4. Only color prints  CONTEST RULES  with a minimum size  ol 3Vi x b'/i inches  and a maximum size  ol 8 x 12 inches will  be accepted. Prints  made Irom color  slides are eligible, but  the slides are nol. No  Polaroid pictures,  please.  5 Each week's pictures will be considered lor ihe weekly  prizes. All pictures  entered, whether a  weekly winner or not,  will be considered for  a category prize and  lor Besl in Show.  6. All entries become the property ol  Ihe Coast News and  will not be returned.  7. A winning photographer must be able  lo produce the  original negative or  slide from which the  winning print was  made.  Prize-winning  photographers may  be asked to produce  written consent to the  publication ol recognizable Individuals In  their 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 the Best of  Show and Best In Category winners. The  decision of the  judges is final.  10. Winners must  consent lo being Interviewed and photographed by the Coast  News.  11. Prizes musl be  accepted as awarded.  12. Any pictures  may be used for promotional purposes.  NAME   ADDRESS.  CITY   AGE-  TELEPHONE (days)_  POSTAL CODE-  (evenings)-  This picture Is enterod In Ihe lollowing category (tick ONE only)  D People a Pete and Animals DSports  O Babies D Scenics 11 Other  caption describing place _____  and date picture wee tektn _____  Sand your entry lo:  Coaal News Photo contest,  I  e.o. team  !   Olbaona, B.C. VON IVO  or drop otl al: Our Qibsons or  Snellen offices  JOHN ft JO-ANNE  McNEVIN  May 22. 1971  r-They could not  1>    give us riches  .      Or lifetimes  I     free from care  But they gaue  us what we  needed most  rf''r Their constant  *i':Jove & care  b Happy 20th  Anniversary  Mom And Dad  Lot. of Love  |j[   From All Vour Kid.  r    And Grandchildren  Qualily used lurniture. no GST  THEN  AND  NOW  FURNITURE  Hwy. 101. Gibsons 886-4716.  #22  * SUNCOAST  i% MOTORS  V     ViV   rnones  m, r    0008213  The dance planned lor Ihe  Roberts Creek Hall on June Isl is  nol sponsored by Ihe Roberts  Creek Hall Restoration Committee. This dance is privately sponsored by an individual. Funds  generated will nol necessarily be  dedicaled to saving Ihe hall.  There will be a "Save the HiH"  Dince sponsored by Ihe Roberts  Creek Hall Restoration on July  6th. Ml  TO EAT  or  NOT TO EAT  Experience a relaxing &  positive workshop lhal addresses rethinking Ihe  messages that we constantly  -feed ' ourselves  Sunday, June 9,1991  Call Dania 885-5189  Integrated Nutrition  lor Living Will  8.  Weddings &  Engagements  Mrs. E.W. Duncan ol Kimloops Is  pleased lo announce the engagement ol her daughter Margaret to  Rino Pirrodl. son ol Mr. 8 Mrs.  Dante Plroddi, also ol Kamloops.  The wedding to take place on  Sal.. Aug. 3/91 it 4 pm in St.  Edmund's Church, North Vancouver, BC. #21  Two Daytimer Books, burgundy  w/gold Irim, "KLW" monogram.  Reward ottered, 885-3930 or  886-2622     (_____       *2I  Orange & white adult cal  ���Headlands/Franklin Rd., call  Katie 886-8036. #21  I Small lemale tabby cal. losl  oulside Vet's Olfice. Gibsons.  Phone B86-3860. #21  Black spayed lemale rnanx cal.  called G G. at Big Maple site.  885-5929. #21  Lost Sun. May I!) Large black  suitcase with name tag. near  North Fletcher & Hwy. 101, Gibsons 886-4763 #21  Purple denim jackel wilh burgundy leather change purse in  pocket. Lower Gibsons. May  I9lh. Please call 88-3159.  #21  Al's Horseshoeing Service  Experienced, dependable,  prompt Phone 1-978-1920   #30  Duality Horseshoeing  Prompt, reliable And local  886-8771  TFNs  4 stall barn on 4 acres. Gibsons,  lorrenl 886-8777 #21  Female labrador cross, six monlhs. $150 OBO Very Iriendly  885-7823 #22  Exquisite p/b English angoras,  chocolate & red tons Papers incl  885-7083 #23  Free lo good home, male collie-  shepherd cross, 885-3183.   #21  Beautiful year old male golden  retriever needs loving home.  885-7685 #21  Free lo a good home, lemale lab  shepherd cross. 3 mos puppy.  Please leave message, 886-7722.  TFNs  SPCA FOR ADOPTION  Voung collie cross. 2 males, 1  lemale, young cats and adorable  kittens 885-3447 #21  Chihuaha terrier cross male puppies. $100 will sell only lo  responsible owners. 885-4704.  #21  Fosler home lor golden retriever  required lor occasional 10 day  periods during summer.  885-4755 #21  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  W*  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  Violin or Fiddle Instruction  Michelle Bruce  885-9224  m  Near new Sojin piano. Beautilul  sound, $1900 OBO. 886-7561.  #2lss  Duality repairs lo mosl musical  instruments. 886-2844.       #21  Guitar/Bass lessons - all styles.  Call Martin 886-7179. #26  Top $ paid for any military items,  lirearms, badges, medals,  bayonets. 886-7591. #21  N/S, N/D responsible woman  available to house-sit 885-4152  rels. #21  Trailer lor 15' lightweight alum,  row boat. 886-8767. #22  Desert   Storm/Desert   Shield  cards. Buy or trade. 886-9318  #22  Boy's small bicycle. Good condition. 886-8558 TFNs  Canoe and RV stove with oven,  dome lent. 885-4503. #23  Patio doors, double glazed. 5 or 6  tool Please leave message.  886-7722, TFNs  Child's bike, suitable for 6 yr.  old. Good cond..886-8558. TFNs  3 Burner stove, excellent oven,  clock timer & minute minder.  886-2085 #21  Iwo blue 45 gal., plastic drums  885-4576. #21  PETFOOD  SCIENCE DIET, IAMS,  TECHNI-CAL, NUTR0-MAX,  PURINA. WAVNE.  Also lull line ol bird seed  And much more.  Ouility Firm & Garden  Supply Ltd.  Pratl Rd. 886-7527  TFN  .rasrwi^riiooiwi.  Contact Then & Now Furniture,  699   Highway   101,   Gibsons.  886-4716 or Marlee Fashions.  NC  Help reduce Ihe pel overpopulation problem - spay or  neuter your pet. NC  Donations Welcome  1 pm Saturday, June tit  886-7421  Gibsons Winter Club  Annual Flea Market, June 2,10-3  pm. For a table phone 886-7801  (Carol). #21  Sat.. June 1, 10-4, 7980  Southwood Rd., Welcome  Woods. 121  3 Japanese lamilies, June 1, 10  am - 2 pm. 707 Crucil Rd.. Gibsons, lots ol good things.     #21  2 Family Sale. Sal.. June 1st,  IO-4pm. Children's items, kids  books, like new Dayton boots,  518 Shaw fld. NO EARLY BIRDS.  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  B85-5644  TFN  I .kiic. pink diving equipment, as  new $950 OBO. Trades  welcome 885-3374 #22sr  HAY $4 00/Bak)  Whole Oils $5 00/50 lbs.  GARDEN MULCH HAY  $3.50/bale  Phone 885-9357  #TFN  10*' Security camper. $1000;  700 wall Admiral conveclion  microwave, $450, Casio electronic typewriter, $50 Or best oilers 886-2855 #21  Chestertield _ chair, dining loom  table. 4 chairs, exercise bike,  lowing machine 886-3014.  #21  Round Ikea table and 2 chairs,  while, $100 sel: canopy lor Ford  P/U, $350: 2 brand new booster  seals. $60. play pen. $40. inlanl  car seal, $20 886-9044.     #21  Dining room table & chair set.  exc. cond.. $195 OBO.  886-4628. #21  NINTENDO-SEG*  Seles - Rentals - Trades  NEW S USED  NEW  Hockey Cards   ,  Baseball Card','  Football Cards  j%a  Basketball Cards ^  Accessories  BudRlh's  Video It Music  885-4888  104 Teredo Square. Sechelt  Canon copier, PC-10, brown,  blue & black cartridges. $500.  885-3469 #21  5 HP Briggs Hydraulic wood splil-  ler Heavy tires. $850.  886-8290 #21  19" Inslamalic Zenith TV, exc.  cond ,886-7031. #21  1981 Chev. 305 engine, new  rebuilt. 0 km. oul of Chev 4x4  truck, $800. 886-7602.       #21  Glass table with 4 chairs, $75;  Stihl gas weedeater c/w HD cut-  ling alt 886-9034 #22  Porta Pottl���perlect for campers,  vans, tent trailers, elc IWhx  16"d x 11'/r"w. Seldom used,  like new. $75 885-3577.   TFNs  French Provincial sola & chair,  rose plush, $600 0B0  886-3553. #21  BARK  MULCH  for landscaping,  gardening,  riding arenas, etc.  Trucking lo be  paid by customer  Also available:  CEDAR Chips  Phone 888-7043  (1 to 4 pm) .���  Viking 30" coppertone. sell-  clean slove. $359: Gurney white  30" stove, $249; Inglis Sterling  while wilh auto cycle, $257;  Gurney Chalelel 30" H.G. slove,  $389; Kitchen Aid Superba built-  in dishw. lop ol the line. $379;  Kitchen Aid Imperial built-in  dishw., super shape. $259; Mot-  lal H.G. 15 cu. in. Iridge, $397.  Enterprise 30" H.G. Gas stove,  $389; like now Admiral 30" almond sell-clean slove. $479; and  note, all recond., guaranleed loi  90 days lo 2 yrs Corner Cupboard. 885-4434 or B85-7897.  __^       #22  Will buy non-working fridges and  stoves. 885-7897 #22  1000 Gal. waler tank; 5-jet water  pumps & tanks, submersible  sump pump; 200' W" water  those. 886-9590. #23  Firewood ��� green lir & alder mix.  Free delivery to Gibsons. Pick-up  orders only to Sechelt. Stock up  now & save $70 per cord. Brent  886-8667. m  ^SPMABLB  The best lilted cotton diaper.  Kalhy 885-7326   #23  20'x50' Alum, Patio Rool with  I-beam gutter posts. 886-9000.         #23  Men's 12 spd. Peugeot racer,  new cond., $175; Yamaha 4 HP  outboard molor, approx. 50 hrs.,  Iresh water. $500; black Pen-  dallner lor 8' Ford '87 and up,  $359 new, $200; boat trailer tor  12' aluminum, $250; stereo Boss  speakers, Akai receiver, dual  turntable, $200. 886-9047   #23  L-.-?. -V* U.1 .-.V.-.��������,�����.��� arvaTV^"V*i'.f'.r.-*r*eA..*-���-���<���.-  *-���4-��aafa_al,aes��Jv��-a*r*-* a*__-  ��� -*-. ao ys. ^ _ _ __  , A _l _r._____--_ .:  �����- ���* -rs tr���*- IB  For Sale  Coast News, May 27,1991  21.  Arborile table with six chairs  Good cond.. 886-3954 (eves.)    #23  Weslinghouse electric slove,  white, 4 burner, sell-clean,  needs minor repair to oven,  otherwise good cond,, $125  886-2776. #23  New 3 Ion engine hoist  knockdown style. $500 Cost  $1200.885-2544. #22sr  Bicycles - Men's Roadmastor  $150., Ladies Free Spirit $95  Like New. 886-3992. #23s  Rebuill head lor 2 litre Ford, 4  cyl. Also used dryer Darren  885-6277 ^i  10" Table saw. 2 hp. tlO/220  voll $275 885-1981. #21  Firewood ��� fir, hemlock, some  alder. Full size cord $90  886-7724. fi\  Kenmore heavy duly portable  compact washer. Just serviced  $250 886-9591. I2\  I'EKKAWIAIaft  Lots of old favourites  and Dozens of  Unusual  varieties  MELVILLE  Tortus,'.  Oarilcnw  Wed.. Sun.  -��m ��� 5pm  1US Tyaon Rd.. Saclwll  (North oil Hoy. 101 between  Browning 1 Field Road)  imwHiiHnifiiiiHuMHiiiiirtimi  Jerrold Star com remote control  TV converter. $50; Nishiki. t5  spd mans touring bike. $175  0B0 885-7460 eves #21  TowiTsiml. Gravel prices,  delivery, call Doug. 885-5070  Ray. 885-9373 #21  Women's to spd. Norco. $80;  Little Tikes junior activity centre.  $75.885-7492. #21  Attention tish larms or remote  areas. Two Lister diesel  generators, 8.5 KWS, exc.  cond.. $3800 each; 2" nylon  braided rope, 600' new. $3  p/lool; 480' used. $1 p/lool;  Cummins 180 diesel engine for  sawmill elc. on metal sleigh.  $1800. Phone Port Coquillam  942-5098 /21  Macintosh II, ci with 5 MB Ram,  105 MB Hard Disk. $5475.  886-4502 atfi  2 Airco gas lurnaces good condilion $325 each 885-6276.    #23  1920s wood & coal slove, black  J while enamel $300; 2 snow  :ires on rims. P165 80R13 $50.  Have a heart animal trap $20.00  Automobile dog screen $20 All  -rices lirm. 88.-3406 #21  Amite wsher 8. dryer. Good work-  ng condition. $350 pair  386-8143.8864-4820.        #23  193 Sears 5 HP mulcher, like  This week only, $400 OBO, 1980  Dalsun 510, 4 dr. hatchback, 5  spd.. engine rebuilt 3 yrs. ago.  Needs new clutch, other than  that, perfect running condition  886-8822 or toll Iree pager  1-977-4431. #21  1988 Ford Mustang LX. 45,000  Kms, one owner, $6900  886-7955 #23  1977 Mercury Marquis 9 pass,  wagon, all power, cruise, air,  new multler & headers, rebuilt  trans..   $2000.  886-3618.  i-3318.  #23  1986 Ford F250 S/C 6 cyl. 4  spd. limited slip, good cond  $8500 885-5444 #24s  75 Dodge window van 318. aulo,  new brakes, ideal car pool vehicle. $1000 OBO 886-9339.  #21  SUNCOAST  MOTORS  -<^H I onveisior  a., f    B86.B213  1965 Ponliac Cuslom Sport. 2  dr.. hardtop, rebuilt 327-350 HP.  Immac. interior. $2300  886-2694 #24sr  1979 Ford Stalionwagon. loaded.  $600 OBO. 883-9165.       #2lsr  1979   Camaro.   exc.  $3000. 883-9165  shape.  #23sr  '82 Chev. Is ton, runs excellent,  body good cond . $3800 OBO  886-3238. #22  77 Chev Is ton. 4x4. runs well.  $1200 OBO. 885-5423 eves.  #23  '79 Ford Bronco, good shape.  $4200 OBO. 886-7013 #23  4x4 1977 Chevy Blazer, good  condition, only 75.000 miles Irom  new Lots ol money spent on it  over past 5 years. $1500 OBO.  886-8836 #21  '76 F250 Ford p/u. good mech  cond.. rusty, asking $600  886-2982 #23  lew. $250. 885-2361.  19. Heavy  Equipmci  BOBCAT .  MINI EXCAVATOR  FOR RENT  Attachments available  OAV, WEEK, MONTH  386-8538  #21  Fibreglass lank, 7x7x3' deep,  suitable for kids pool, holtub etc  886-7064. #2t  Stewart's  Green Line  ECO Products  885-4891  #21  Crib & maltress. changing table  and car seat, all $120. viking  sewing maching & accessories  included $50.886-9026.      #21  28' wood boat. $6000 lirm; 1978  Honda Goldwing. $2200.  886-7896. #22  Antique dresser and antique  chest ol drawers, 885-9564, #22  19vi II. Reinell on trailer, one leg.  needs work, $3250 OBO; l6'/r II.  Cygnel Travel Trailer, sleeps 6,  $2000 OBO 886-2186.        #21  90' Wrought iron railing & gate,  $300; woodstove insert, $150  886-7606 alter 4 pm. #22  Electric Lawn Mower  $50  885-9357  #TFN  Reminglon 700 bdl custom  deluxe 300 Win. Magnum, unbred. 3x9 variable, reticuled. red-  lied scope. $750 OBO. B86-7591  #25ss  Rhododendrons. Azaleas Same  lew prices, S3.25-S15. No GST.  Urge selection, Roberts Creek  Nursery, 2569 Lower Road,  M6-2062. #23  Lumber, cedar 2x6 - .55II, 1x3  ��� 35 It. tZ and better. Framing  4x6 - $1.35 It, 2x4 - .20 ft.  885-5896. #23  -WSblL.  Berk Mulch  Special  Month ol June  885-7382, 885-2592  #23  Queen brass bed, $100; gas lawn  mower, $35,885-7733       #23  Large bar for rec room. $50.  885-3815 weekends. #22  Power pole. $50; music books,  Instruments, etc. 885-909).  #22  Pentax 645/80-160 zoom 120.  Back _ exlras. Mint condition,  886-4886. #21s  Hotpoinl apl. size Iridge, $225;  Kenmore washer/dryer sel,  $275; garbage burner, $85:  rocker. $40.886-2694.       #21  16' Red libreglass canoe will  paddles, good cond.. $350; 2  large amber glass hurricane  lamps, $60 pr.; colonial style  upholstered rocker, very comfortable, $95: surfer wet suit, size  42, custom Rowland made, like  new. Call Irom Tuesday alter t  pm. 886-8226. #21  Firewood, seasoned, split, $8E  true cord, delivered. 8B5-7492.  #21  CASH PAID  For Some Cars and Trucks  Dead Car Removal  Abex Used Aulo Parts  md Towing  886-2020  TFN  1986 Ford Tempo $4700 OBO.  883-2906. #20sr  1985 Toyota Tercel, aulo. good  cond $6500 885-4520 eves.  #20sr  SAVE   i  pa��       2W0% i  ^  AT COASTLINE S  Jl USED AUTO PARTS?  ���Engines.  4 cyl. Irom S199  6 cyl. from S279  V-8    Irom S299  1 Full Service Available!  j     Lowest Prices1     m  (.1178 Stewart Re  j 886-7227.,  -VMM  70 Dodge Dart slanl 6. Runs  well, parts avail.. $600 OBO.  Phone 885-7284. TFNs  1976 Volare Wagon, slant 6,  reliable, low mileage. Asking  $1000 886-3841. #22sr*  1977 Ford Econoline Van. P/S.  P/B. $550 080 886-3641   #24s  '82 Cavalier. 4 dr., 4 spd., exc  on gas. $2,375. Good lires, clean  in and out. 885-2948, #21  1989 Hyundai Excel CXL. white,  4 door, auto, cass. 24,000 km.  Lik new Top ol Ihe line. Sacrilice  $6,600 lirm. Warranty 885-6238,  #23  1980 Zephyr Mercury station  wagon Power everything Well  maintained Excl. buy $600  OBO 885-5846. #21  80 Austin Mini 1000. good  shape, $1300 OBO; 74 Datsun  710. runs good. $500 OBO.  886-9475.886-9737, #21  1982 Cutlass, needs work, runs  good $1900 OBO, 883-9165.  #23sr  1987   Camaro,   loaded,   low  mileage, exc. cond.. or trade for  besl backhoe, $9500. 886-7013.        #21s  1980 Dodge Omni, runs but  needs some work. $500.  885-6140 #24s  1977 Ford Econoline Van, P/S.  P/B, $550 OBO 886-3641. #24s  '89 Dodge Caravan, turbo. 4 cyl.  $16.200.886-9044. #21  75 Monte Carlo, good body &  runner, A/C, cassette, needs  aesthetic work. $1000 OBO, 4  Toyola rims $30 and 4x4 left rear  spring $75, 886-2330,        #21  72 VW Beetle, blue wilh while  interior, aulo stick shilt, good  tires, runs excellent, very clean.  $1200 cash or Irade lor 4x4  886-7227. #TFN  1977 Chevy deluxe Nomad van  captains' seals, needs work,  parls, 885-2207 #24sr  '81 Omni 4 cyl, aulo, 4 dr., hatchback, buckets, factory AMFM  cassetle. deco package. Reconditioned engine and transmission,  no rust, good lires & brakes $900  OBO or Irade lor 4x4. 886-7227.  #TFN  Musl sell! '83 Malibu station-  wagon, 49.000 miles, $3700.  886-8083. #21  78 Omni. 50.000 orig. kms..  nice shape. $1200. 886-4505.  #22  $400 SPECIAL  1974 Dodge Dart. Runs well.  885-7680. #22  73 Plymoulh 4-door hatchback,  some rust, reliable trans, $600  OBO. 886-8070. #22  Used Camaro T-Top, $495 lor Ihe  sel. wilh covers. 886-9500  anyiime. #23sr  1976 Ford Supercab, will accepl  mower, brushculter etc. $750  885-2373. #23  Cuslom black libreglass  workbox' lor </, ton Ford Ranger  or similar $285. 885-2789.  #21  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9 9 20 30-40 50-70      HP  1989-1990 Evinrudes Excellent  condition Lowes Resort  883-2456 TFN  E-Z-Loader Trailers Sales and  Service Trades welcome  883-1119 TFN  W G. Sutherland Sales and Service. Manner Forte Chrysler and  Mercruiser 883-1119 TFN  Great Grad Car. 1988 Tracer, low  mileage, greal on gas. still under  powertrain warranty $6200 OBO.  886-8975. #23  1979 Wolswagen diesel Rabbit,  1986 motor. $1000. 883-210/.  #23  77 Ford, window van. ps. pb.  good condition, new paint, no  rust $30000 lirm. 886-4930.  #21  82 Suburu GL. lots ol zip $1200  obo. 885-4523. #23  Classic sports convertible 1979  Spyder 2000. Excl. condilion.  $6500. 885-9503.  #22  1976 Camaro LT. new motor &  transmission, 4.11 posi rear end.  $2600 OBO. 885-5697.  #23  1978 Dodge Aspen. $350 OBO.  885-4432 #21  '80 Datsun 280ZX. 5 spd, white,  exc mechanical cond.. some  rust, $2150 OBO. 885-7356 #22  76 Monza 305. parts only, $200  OBO. 886-7736 #22  1984 Ford Escort $1500 OBO.  886-9479. #21  74 Dodge S/W, Monaco. Estate  sale $200 OBO. 886-2640.    #23  Wanled In good condition: box for  1952 ft Ion Willys Overland.  4-wheel drive Jeep 642-31)14.  #22  72-78 Mercury Capri parts. 4  aluminum mags wilh Mlchelin  radials. $150.886-2585.     #23  1987 Mercury Tracer L. I.6L, 4  cyl.. 4 spd.. am/lm cassette. 4  spks. Exc. shape, exc. mileage  $5500 OBO. 885-7165.     #24ss  79 Dodge Caravoile, runs, besl  oiler lakes 886-9134.        #23  1962 Dalsun 310 GX. good  cond.. aulo.. $2500 OBO.  883-2703. #23  1981 Mazda GLC H/back,  am/tm casselte $500 OBO.  886-2748  #23  198f Spirit hatchback 4 speed. 6  cyl.. sport economy $1200.  885-2373.  #23  Duality Used Can  Centurion Auto Sales  5645 Whart, Sechelt  Mike Plimley. 885-4004  Sacrilice  Well looked after 24 It. motor  home. 1978 Security Chateau  Special 57,000 miles, clean, A/C  & cruise control. 4 burner stove &  oven, 2 way tridge & Ireezer,  double sinks, lots ol cupboards,  bath _ shower, cable hook up. Iv  antenna, also 110 voll system  and healer. Sleeps six. For a  good buy al $14,000 (was  $18.0001 call between 6-9 pm NO  GST! 886-7655.  #25s  1977 Chev. raised rool van conversion, low miles $6000.  883-9110. #20sr  1976 Dodge 20' molorhome  $9500. will lake Irade.  883-9110. #20sr  '87 Deluxe 24' Molorhome. exc  cond. 886-8481. #23sr  1980 Chev P/U. 6 cyl. with 1989  camperette, $2900 comp  885-5492, #21s  27' Airslream. 1973 Deluxe  model, new carpet, beds, ready  lo travel. $9900. 885-1942.  #2]-i  Security camper 8'A, slove:  oven; lurnace; ice box; sleeps 5;  jacks incl No leaks $1300 OBO.  886-3756. #21  1978 21' Vanguard molorhome.  Ford chassis 351, good condilion, $15,500 OBO 885-6365.  #21  1984 28' Prowler Regal trailer  Rear bedroom, awning, new hot  water tank, near new radial tires.  Exc. Cond.. $15,000 886-9728  aller 6 pm. #21  1988 25.5 II. Trav-L-Male 5lh  wheel, oak cab's, stereo, awning, rool ladder, rear balh, sleeps  6, exc. cond, 885-7315.     #22  1978 8'9" Frontier Camper wilh  stove, lurnace. 3-way Iridge.  Comes with boat rack. $1500  886-7237 alter 4 pm #23  1977 XTC Dodge camper van.  Stove, Iridge, healer, sink, awning, cruise control $4500.  885-7298. #23  1977 Volkswagen camper, new  engine, new paint $6500 OBO.  883-2703. #23  '83 Dodge Maxi-van by Sun-  coach, sleeps 4. lurnace. propane _ gas. capl. seals, flush  toilets; 3-way fridge, oven, awning; TV; exc condition $15,950  OBO 886-8487. #25ss  H/D E/load boal trailer, 18'  885-7586 #20sr  8 Dinghy, Livingstone clone with  Iransom brackets. 885-9000  alter 4 pm. #21  16' Woik/Pleasure/Heavy duty  construction, Volvo 125 HP, 270  outdrive, towpost. heater, view  Smilly's Marina, $3200 (oilers),  886-2567 #21ss  1947 Chrysler llalhead 6, rebuilt,  runs beautilul $995. Ford 300. 6  cyl.. new block, rebuilt. $800:  Volvo 4 cyl., B20 $400, Call lor  prices on used engines and  parls 886-7227. #TFN  22 Sangsler, 302. V8. 688 Merc  leg, molor rebjill, new manifolds.  hard lop. trailer exlras $6500  8868443 #22ss  14' Fibreglass. 1980 25 HP  Evinrude. recently luned &  trailer. $1500886-8290.      #21  22'/?' Fibrelorm cabin I/O. 165  Merc, winch, sounder, etc..  elc . $5500 886-8779.        #21  19' Inboard Clinker runabout.  Very last and in lop condilion.  surveyed value $8500. Oilers &  Irades considered. 886-2738  K2ss  14'  Springbok. 6HP Johnson,  lank, oars $999.99 885-2383.  #2 1  22' Sangster twin Volvo with  Volvo legs lor sale. $4250. Aller  '5 pm. 886-9741. #21  2011. Reinell Cuddy cabin, rebuill  165 HP I/O. new charging &  starling system, $6000.  886-4505 #22  1989 Pacilica 20' Whaler. 1989  75 hp Mariner. Warranty $6500.  883-9110 #20sr  1981 28' Tandem boal trailer,  $1500 OBO. 883-9110.      #20sr  1987 Silverline 15' libreglass  hull. $500. 883-9110.       #20sr  19' Sangsler I/O. spare molor  and leg $6500. 883-2749. #24s  19'6" Cabin Cruiser Great lor  lishing, 2/85 HP engines, bul no  legs. Lois ot spare parls $850.  885-1981. #21  Boal luel lank, stainless steel  7 "X22"x48". $100 885-1981.  #21  Camper lor small Iruck, slove.  furnace; Iridge; in clean condition $1400 OBO 886-4930  #21  Canopy, charcoal gray, will III any  small pick-up $650 OHO  886-4994 #21  17'/? Travelaire sell-contained,  3-way Iridge; 3 burner slove.  w/oven' hoi water healer,  toilet/shower; sleeps six Excellent condition $4200  886-4878 #21  12' Lund. 9 8 Merc 5 gal lank,  extras, $1500. 886-4686  #23ss  18' Rienelle wilh 90 HP Vamaha  complete wilh Silec lish linder,  sounder, rod holders, live bail  tank, 2 down riggers, ski rope,  complete wilh soil lop and travel  top. kicker basket and swim ladder. $8000 OBO 886-3885.  #23  M V Blacklist!. 24' Owens, well  appointed large fish deck. Coasl  Guard inspeclcd. moorage, parking, hydro paid till Dec/91,  leaturing new Swann auto, anchor pkg , new I.MS. 200 w/  Loran C. new lenders _ brackets,  mooring lines, new windows,  completely relinished hull and  swimgnd, new handrails. Hush  mount Fishon rod holders (51  FWC 318 Chrysler. 120 hrs and  much more, $10,500 885-7977  #24sr  17' Larson. 1987 50 HP Manner  0/B. Road Runner trailer. $3000  885-7066 #22  15' Sea Swirl Bow Rider, 35 hp  Johnson, $3200 $885-2831  #23  42' Packer boat. 1991 inspected,  current D-license $6000  886-4668. #21  14' Hobie Cal sailboat, deluxe  model $1100 886-3851.      #23  1990 16' Misty River, alum boat  and  ezee-loader  trailer,  40hp  Manner $7500 lirm 885-7163  #22  Why Pay Rent?  $574"/Month  Will buy you a new 2 or  3 bdrm.  home wilh  stove, fridge, carpets  and drapes.  5% Down OAC  885-6340  PARK SPACES  Sechell 8 Gibsons  Singles & Doubles  For inlo call coiled  885-6340  #TFN  2 bdrm Alco 14x70 mobile in  Gibsons, complete with all skirting and deck lo he moved, exc.  shape. $25,000 OBO. For appointment lo view call 545-1760.  #20sr  USED HOMES  FROM  $12,900  597-3322  #TFN  14x64 Mobile home. Ready to be  moved $26,000. 886-7013.  #21  1980 Manco 14x70'. 8x70 deck,  addilion, 3 bdrm., Vh balh.  lamily room, on large landscaped  lol in peacelul Ikelgn Park, Rots  Ck. $37,143" OBO. 886-2627.  #21  WHY RENT?  Mrs. Clean's 2 bdrm mobile,  asking $27,000 This home is  located in Gibsons' finest M H  Park. Pad rent. $190 month  886-9826. #23  Handyman Special, $22,000.  Some minor repair, 12x68'. Add  on includes 3rd bdrm. & large  workshop. Located in SCMHP.  886-9826. #21  $7000 OBO lor charming 25'  trailer with Ihe works. Includes  phone cable and trailer hilch.  886-4719 #22  76 Creslwood. 14x68. 3 bdrm.  includes appliance, drapes, setup in Gibsons on private lol.  Ouick sale $22,000. 886-3262  #23  25. Motorcycles  K  In Slock al  ENMAC  (licit:  Oil Filters, Batteries. Tires.  Riding Gear, etc.  Phone Jay at 886-2031  1987 535 Vamaha Virago, exc  cond. 1000kms asking$2300  or Irade Phone 886-4690. #20sr  Squire sidecar iwo seats, brake  Will install, $2200 OBO  885-7430 ��24s  1984 XT600 Vamaha. 9500 km.  Al condition, can be seen at Ken-  mac Cycle Pails, Jay, 886 2031  days, 886-9218 eves. #22  1985 Honda Interceptor 500 cc.  22.000 k, wcellenl condition  $2300 OBO 885 3317 eves  #22  26  Wanted to Rent  ? 3 Bedroom house with garage  Family ol 4 886 3322 Room #6  #23  Ouiel responsible couple looking  for accomodations lor June in  Sandy Hook/luwanek area,  886-821701886-1930 #21  1980 Jeep Cherokee 4X4  PS/PB, 360, 4 Bbl., gd. cond  $3500 OBO. 886-8922.     #20sr  1977 Chevy Deluxe Nomad van,  parts only 885-2207.        #20sr  1983  Ford  Ranger  Pick-up.  4-speed, 8 ft. box, 120.000 km  $2900.886-8980. #20sr  79 4x4 Blazer, very little rusl,  but needs body work, $1300  OBO. 886-2322. #24sr  1975 GMC Van, rebuill trans.. 3  spd.. rusty but runs. $250 OBO  886-2774. ��1s  S-Cft-T MMIK  mms no.  Ciitim till Murray  M.C.M.M.C.   M.N.A.M.S.  M.A.B.Y.C.   ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants  ttriffl ���  Vest There is a reliable local pro-  potior repair service 885-52/8  TFN  24' Turner Classic, mahogany  wilh Chrysler hemi. well-  equipped with or without C  licence. 883-9555. #20sr  41' Cruise-a-hume house boal,  sleeps 9, exc. cond , $26,500  OBO. 885-1943. #20sr  30' dlsp. cruiser. 340 Chry dual  hyd. sir. live bait lank. VHF/CB.  stereo, sounder. $7950 OBO.  885-2814,885-2515        #20sr  Grew 215 (21.5') 225 HP. GM,  ONCI.O, FWC Lawrence x4 Depth  sounder. VHF, power winch,  head. FG bail boxes & exlras.  Moorage to Dec 31/91,  $10.000.885-9567. #22  8 II. "Columbia" libreglass  dinghy, $400 886-7980,     #22  25' Sangsler, command bridge,  Mercruiser, l/w cooled, rblt, leg  and engine, stand-up head Fully  equipped lor lishing. too many  exlras to list, all receipts available  currently listed at $18,900. Will  take trade dl smaller boat-car-  truck-land or WH.Y. phone  886-8957, #2t  16' K . C with 65 hp Johnson  and 3 hp Evinrude on Roadrunner  trailer. Good mechanically, sound  bull, needs canvas & upholstery  $1900, accessories negotiable  886-3948. #21  28  For Rem  ADVERTISING  FOR TENANCY  New British Columh'i legislation  prohibits advei.aing which  discriminales in the rental ol property. For example a person who  stipulates "no children" as a  condition of rental would be in  violation ol the Family Status and  the Human Rights Acts. The  landlord who places the adver  tisement and the newspaper  which publishes it would both be  in contravenlion ol the legislation  and could have a complain! tiled  against Ihem The Cent Newt  will therelore not accepl such  discriminatory ads TFN  28  For Renl  STORAGE  Healed pallatized, gov't approved Len Wray's Transler Ltd.  886-2664 TFN  Mobile home pad. Davis Bay.  $200 per mo 885-4862 or  521-1990 #22  Wanted, lemale roommale lo  share 2 bdrm. house. $250 includes utilities. 886-8309 alter  5:30 pm. #21  3 working men. 3 bdrm. lurn.  apt., weekly housekeeping. TV.  hydro, $100 ea per week  886-7516 #21  Main Iloor ol view home in  Sechelt area 3 bdrm . 5 appl.,  large sundeck, $850 4 util. Avail  June I. 1-421-4787 oi 885-3815  weekends #21  Davis Bay. Wilson Creek Hall.  Available. Wheelchair lacilities.  885-2752,885-9863. #26  Executive small 3 bdrm house  modern. Sechell Village, not  smoking, no pets, adult onentee;  rent $775 per month, avail June  15. Application at 5654 Cowrirj  Sechell, 8:30-5.30pm ereeji  Sundays. 885-5525 #2?  3 bdrm   main Iloor ol home  j  Fireplace. _ bsmt. W/D. igtj j  yard. Oil Chaster Rd . avail July  t $675 mo. 886-8070        #2P  I bdrm cottage, hydro tt. cabinet. $500 886-4567 17).  Room lor working person in com  lortable  home  $350/mo    Irt  eluding utilities 886-3003      ,'  #2S  Room to rent in view home, lower  Gibsons, non-smoker. $25 a  night 886-8097/885-3971 #22  New lownhouse, Gibsons, one  level adull oriented, 2 bdrm.. 5  appl. FP Price negotiable. Reply  Box 358 c/o Coast News, Box  460. Gibsons. #26  Gibsons upper duplex, 2 bdrm.,  fantastic view. $645 with utilities.  Avail. June 1.255-2044       #21  Small 1 bdrm. trailer, suitable lor  working man or single parent. No  dogs, 886-9581. #21  1 bdrm apt., utilities incl.. rets.,  non smoking, no pels, 1 working  person. $400 plus security  deposit. 886-9233 #21  PT single mom to share wilh  preferably Ihe same, a large 5  bdrm. house in Davis Bay  885-6452 #21  Attractive I bdrm. private water-  Iron! cabin. Roberts Creek,  weekly rales, 886-4584.      #21  2 bdrm. suite. 700 sq. It., quiet  non-smokei, $450 mo. To view  aller 6 pm. Tues. Wed.. Thurs.  723 Truman Rd #3.1-732-1552  #21  PROPERTY  MANAGEMENT  SERVICES  We will  ��� Screen potential renters  ��� Do moving-in inspection  ��� Arrange lor maintenance _  repairs  ��� Collect ihe renl & damage  deposit  ��� Disburse rent monies to  owner  ��� Do moving-out inspection  BRAND NEW  BUILDING  Ideal shop/retaii/mduslrial  sleel building in Seamounl  Paik 28x52 wilh mezzanine, oflice, washroom,  shower and overhead crane  Iwo large bay doors, easy  access, security fenced  Conlacl Sieve Sawyer  Avoid alt the hassles md  problems, and lor just I  pittance, call the Property  Management Expert, Steve  Sawyer at  GIBSONS  REALTY LTD.  886-2277  RITZ :  motel:  Gibsons   !  Weekly, Daily Rates ;  856-3343  One bedroom apartment opposite  Gibsons Marina, new building1  bright, cheerful, lully carpeted  new kitchen, bathroom. Sale and  secure. $610 pm. Phonr)  886-3420. IY\  STORAGE  Slorage space  dry 700 sg ft. \  Available immediately  886-2226  #23,  Furnished, ocean view. 3 bdrm,  overlooking Davis Bay. available  June 1-Sepl 1. w/d, n/s. n/di  $800/mo. Or will share will)  female prolessional $400/mo (  885-4164 #23!  Large 2 bdrm trailer, washer.)  dryer, on large private lot,;  Welcome Woods, near school I  $600,885-7511. #2l!  3 Bdrm. waterfront home, Pc -  poise Bay. 6 appl. fireplace.'  oath. $850.885-5713.        ��}?',  ? bdrm house oil Shaw. $650'  per monlh 886-9135 #23i  Large bdrm share house, quiet!  person, close to mall. Gibsons  886-3227 #2t|  Prolessional Mini Storage  HFW BUILDING I  886-B628  #21  Room in privale home Kitchen &  laundry priviledges Should like  animals 886-3740. #21 \  3 Bdrm. lurnished apartmenl  near lerry. $900 incl hydro  886-7416 #23,'  1 Bdrm suile in Inplex, Marine  Drive. $625 inc. hydro  886-2260 #21  Jolly Roger Inn, Secrel Cove. 8C  I & 2 bdrm . lully furnished  waterlront iownhouses. avail  Bob. 931-5591. #22  30. Help Wanted  PORT MELLON AREA  Cory 2 bdrm. home, lireplace, 4  appl.,   $550.   Avail.   Immed.  886-7722, pis. Ive. msg.    TFNs  Roberls Creek  dances, parlies,  Vvonne 886-7815,  Hall  avail..  TFN  Weekly Renlal  Privale Island  At  PENDER HARBOUR  Available on weekly rental Irom  June 15th at $1400 per week  Monthly/Lease would be considered Localed |usl outside  Bargain Harbour Ihis woll appointed 1500 sq II homesilson  Ihe poinl ol it's own 6 acre  island, with 3600 sq II ol Soulh  & Wesl facing sundeck, with wel  bai, gas slove. barbecue pit elc  House is equipped with  dishwasher, ice maker. 3  fridges. 3 bedrooms. 2  balhrooms. wel bar and a sunken  marble bathtub lor two in the  master bedroom elc All linens  and dishes included Good docking lacilities on island and on  mainland, with parking Located  at end ol B|erre Shoals lor great  lishing.  For appointment lo view, or lo see  pictures ol Whiteslone Island, call  John Breckenndge, Vancouver,  531-5632. #22  3 Bedroom suite lor renl with  fireplace. Marine Drive. Close to  all amenities. Ready for June 1.  $900 including hydro 885-1968  #22  Bright 1 bdrm. lireplace.  skylight, near Gibsons Marina  $600 plus. also, small 1 bedroom  house near mall $500 plus.  885-9859 Arthur. #21  Furnished room, view, near lerry,  private entrance & shower, including all utll. $400 p/m. Non-  smoker 886-7394. #21  VOLUNTEERS  NEEDED  Canada World Youth needs  host families trom July lo Oc  lober  Musicians and slreel enter-  tamers needed lor Celebration Days Lots ol lun!  Nitty Thrltly'i needs help  sorting clothes and wilh  sales on Thurs and Sat  Enjoy playing cards?  Volunteer needed to play  crib and rummy with a  senior in the Gibsons area  Teen Centre in Gibsons  needs interested adults lo  assist on Fri eves Once pei  month lor the duration ol the  summer  For these snd more  opportunities, please  centicl the Volunteer Action  Centre, 888-5881.  A service lunded by the  Ministry ol Social Services  and Housing  Sports lish interviewer trom June  I lo approx end Sept $6 55 pei  hour, plus mileage Shilt work,  35-40 hours per week Musl  have vehicle Previous applicants  please re-apply lo I isa Clark IGI  Ltd 656-0127. Victoria.  #21  Gel Involved!  In a challenging new position  wilh the Sunshine Association loi  Ihe Handicapped We require an  energetic and committed pei son  lo provide part-time lileskiiis  training and care to mentally  challenged adull females in a  residential setting. Must be supportive ot integration of handicapped person info the communily  Must be available for rotating  shilts and have valid BC driver's  licence. $IO/hr. to start. Phone  Andrea for appl. al 886-3217  Closing dale June 5, 1991  #22  BAVSIOE SAWMILLS LTD.  Requires sell- motivated person  lor lull-lime accounting position.  Must have minimum of 2 yeais  accounting experience and working knowledge ol ACCPAC A/P,  P/R and G/L. Knowledge ot  Lotus 1-2-3 and Word Perfect 5 1  an asset. Team member qualities  and good organizational skills  essential. '.  Please send resume to PO Bo��i,'  128. Port Mellon, BC. VON 2S0 or  FAX 884-5339. #21  .'  h 22.  Coast News, May 27,1991  qfSy TXTT^TXT/^C  The Summer 1991  Edition is now  available at the  following peninsula  outlets.  Dockside Pharmacy  Fong's Market  Village Store  Midnite Market  Gibsons  Chamber of Commerce  Ken's Lucky Dollar  Coast Bookstore  Gibsons Marina  Seaview Convenience Store  Sunshine Grocers/Petrocan  Pharmasave Gibsons  SuperValu  Seamount Grocery  Roberts Creek  General Store  Wilson Creek Campground  Peninsula Market  Bella Beach Motel  Big Mac's  Family Mart  Sechelt Esso  Sechelt Supermarket  Sunny Market  Pharmasave Sechelt  Shop Easy  Talewind Books  Sechelt  Chamber of Commerce  Corner Cupboard  BG) Store  I.G.A.  Marina Pharmacy  John Henry's  Pender Harbour  Chamber of Commerce  Produced By GLASSFORD PRESS  30. Help Wanted  30. Help Wanted  Part-Time Servers  PENINSULA MOTOR INN* 886-2804  Part-time bookkeeper lor 2  Sechelt offices Experience with  Irust accounts an asset Reply  Box 98 Sechell. #TFN  New Opportunity  Make $200-1500 Plus Per Week  Now1 Assemble oui products. 24  hr recorded info gives details.  (604) 623-2011 or (604)  520-6444. #21  Dental receptionist wilh previous  denial knowledge required lor  busy office 4 days per week Interpersonal skills most Important  apply to Dr Bland Inc RR#2 Gibsons. BC VON 1V0 wilh handwritten letter, resume and tellers ol  reference 12]  Live-in nanny to look aller  1  child. Gibsons area. 886-3998.  #21  Wedding photographers-Professionals need only apply.  885-2882 TFN  Friendly, oulgoing, conscienlious  class 4 (bus) driver, part-time,  886-9318 #22  Cooks, wailresses. bartenders,  cashiers and marina help,  883-2298. Backeddy Pub & Eg-  monl Marina & Resort #21  Ministry ol Social Service &  Housing requires a home with 2  highly skilled care giveis for an  11 yr. old boy requiring one on  one care. Fee negotiable. Conlacl  Judy Walls 885-7101 weekdays.  #22  Appearance is important, gel  your resume professionally  prepared. Arbutus Ollice Services, 885-5212. #22  Level I - Pers Lines . Autoplan.  Computer exp.  Level II - Pers/Comm Lines Servicing. Computer exp.  Salaries depending on ability.  Send resume to Personnel Mgr..  Box 274, Gibsons, BC VON 1V0  #22  Painters required Contact Twin  Oaks Development Corp.  886-4680. #21  Can you provide overnight respite  care in your own home for a 33  year old man with severe seizure  disorder' A supportive, encouraging environment is essential Payment on contractual  basis Please conlacl: Services  To People Wilh Mental Handicaps  Workers. Ministry ol Social Services & Housing. 885-7101.  Please leave message.  needs volunteer  CHAPERONE  SUPERVISORS  7-11 pm, Friday nights  please contact Jan  886-8918  31. Business &  Home Services  EXECUTIVE  DIRECTOR  The Rockwood G'nlrp is a  non-profit   charitable  organization dedicated lo  Ihe enhancement of British  Columbia's iultur.it liit..  Tin.' Centre supports a wlde  r.inni' ol activities relating  to the art1., recreation anil  learning. Meeting spaces  (or  workshops,  seminars  ,inrl retreats .ire available  and overnight accommodation and dining facilities are  provided for user groups.  Your  principal  challenge  will   be   lo   effectively  manage   anrl   direct   all  aspects of the Deration of  the Centre. These duties  would   include  planning,  finance,      marketing,  research and liaison with  the community.  To meet the demands of  this role you must possess  strong research, organizational  and   interpersonal  skills. Salary commensurate  with experience.  Please submit a detailed  resume,   in   strict   confidence, to:  The Rockwood Centre  P.O. Box 767  Sechelt, BC VON JAO  Prolessional tutoring available for  GEDExam. B85-7866. #21  PAT'S 1 TON TRUCKING  Will do rubbish removal, landscaping, demolition, tree  removal, hauling. 7 yrs. experience. Reasonable & reliable.  885-6255. #22  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD.  Topping - Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal,  Insured, Guaranteed  Work. Free estimates. 885-2109.  TFN  Mobile Auto Mechanic  All make repairs at your place or  mine. 25 years experience. Greig  Friesen, 886-8012. #21  BILL'S CUSTOM WOODWORK  - FINISHING  Renovations; New Construction;  Kitchen Cabinets & Furniture;  Sun Decks; Driveways & Patios.  25 Years Experience.  All Work Guaranteed  Bill 885-6190 or Gord 886-7071  #22  31. Business &  Home Services  Carpenter/Contractor now  available lor new construction.  additions. renovations,  sundecks. repairs, handyman  services. Call Don, 863-2898 or  leave message. #23  Reduce heat S glare in your home  or boat with solar control window  film. Call 886-2930 for Iree  estimate. #23  I will tutor you or your child  English���reading, writing, spelling. English as a 2nd language  Guitar or Ban)o lessons.  Bible/Classics. Stephen.  885-7009. . #22  LAWN & GARDEN CARE  Low Spring Rales  We have,  mower,  brushsaw.  chainsaw.   seeder   &   pruning  equipmenl.  A friendly neighbour you can  count on. Gift certificates  available. Call Lorraine or Bill.  885-9041 #22  Exterior Maintenance And Repair  Siding ��� Soffit Overhangs ��� Gutters ��� Down Pipes ��� Decks ��� Retaining Walls ��� Painting ��� High  Ladder Work ��� Commercial ���  Residential ��� Free No Obligation  Quotes. 886-2616. #29  Want a job done right? Call Ray.  All types ol interior & exterior  construction. Sundecks,  solariums, new rooms. No job.  loo big or small. 885-6386.  #24  Colli Mountain  Landscape  Top quality design, installation  and maintenance Fencing,  ponds, yard etc. Contracts  885-5846  #21  Landscape and Garden Design  Construction and maintenance.  Free consultation, relerences.  8B6-45I9 evenings. #21  "CUSTOM CARPENTRY"  From   start   to   finish   and  everything in between   Inside  and out 883-2276 or 883-9199  #21  Tropical  Construction Services  Foundations, Iraming, plumbing,  linishing. ceramic tile, landscaping, painting  15 Year Experience  Rels��� 885-3192  #22  Free lacial and skin care  demonstration. No obligation  Hana or David 885-3768.     #21  CARPENTER AVAILABLE for  renovalions/repairs, decks,  stairs, siding, etc. Reasonable &  reliable. Framing crew also  available. Call for estimate or  leave message, 1-988-4659. #21  TRUE NORTH  FIBRE0LASS SUNDECKS  Prolessional sundeck installations  New & Renovations  10 yr. warranly  Mike, 251-5972  #22  THE ROOF DOCTOR  "Above all a healthy rool"  Rerooling - Renovations - Repairs  -86-8515  #25  ASHLEY CONTRACTING LTD.  General building contractor, commercial . residential. 866-7406,  Neil. #22  31. Business &  Home Services  Import car repair specialist, fuel  injection, gas, diesel 883-2703  #23  Wc gel grass & we haul trash elc  886-7892  #23  32. Work Wanted  IN-HOME PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  .  Carpels ��� Upholstery   fa,  pcwtnrui IRUCKMOUNUD Is   ���  fOUIPMErvr (t   I  886-3823  * DIVISION OF KEN DEVHIES  ��� SON FLOOSCOVERINOS  Temporary lulllime work Irom  now lo June 30. Student wilh  computer skills and a strong  back Crystal, 885-7175 mornings. #21  If you have any clothes lhal need  repairs mending, alteration. I  can do it lor you. 886-9741 or  leave message Rosie. #21  Man. 11on truck with hydraulic  lilt deck will do rubbish removal,  landscaping, Iree removal, hauling etc. 7 yrs. experience.  Reasonable _ reliable. Pal.  885-6255. #22  Will's Window Washing, junk  removal, elc. 885-7733.      #23  Fix or build  all household  or yard needs.  Jim 886-7177      #21  Ouality builder, renovator.  finisher  Call lor an estimate.  886-2844  Responsible young man, 13 yrs..  available for garden work, etc.  885-6016. Tony. #21  Deck/Renovations  Designed and Buill  Local  carpenters,   references.  Brad 886-2558. #21  -Man available lor lawn/garden  labour. Other small jobs,  Langdale-Rbls. Ck. Rob.  886-3822. #22  Reliable experienced carpenter  available, new or renovations.  Reasonable       883-2231.  291-2501. #23  Manicured Liwni our Specialty  Weedeating. brushcutling, elc.  Skip's Maintenance Service  885-2373  '���?J  Yardwork. hauling, landscaping,  elc. Reasonable rales, call Bill.  885-6170. #22  HANDYMAN  SCHIRA CONTRACTING  Carpenlry.  insulation,  drywall.  painting, patio stones, hauling.  One call does il all!  Alan, 886-8741  #22  A-Bag-Days  ALL IHIS WEEX  V^THRIFTY'S  HELP THE  GIBSONS  886-2488 or Box 598  33. Child Care  Funshlne Daycare provides a  warm, caring learning environment lor children aged 2'4 to 5.  Group daycare licenced lor 8  children ECE qualified stall. Call  loday, 886-3377. #21  Experienced, reliable babysitter  and cleaning ladies available,  phone 885-5406. #22  Contact Northshore Daycare  Registry lor Intormillon en  becoming i caregiver in your  home or Ihe homo ol your child.  885-6323 #21  Ouality Babysitting. My Home  Rates Negotiable  Call 886-8199  2 Yrs & Up  #21  Molly Mouse Daycare spaces  available. 18 months to school  age. Fun tilled caring environment wilh ECE certilied stall.  34. Business  Opportunities  Wholesale meal, and . deli  distributors. $500,000 annual,  Secrtelt/Powell River. $65,000.  885-5972,885-2534.        #23  Seeking a lew select people wilh  strong sell image, aggressive,  and motivated lo lake National  Company International.  885-7897. a��21  Are you being paid enough? Do  you have real job security? is  Ihis your lifetime career? Do you  like whal you are doinl? Have  you ever thought "Ihere has lo  be a belter way"? II so, call  885-7897. #22  Notice is hereby given that an application will be made lo Ihe  Director ol Vital Statistics lor a  change of name, pursuant lo Ihe  provisions ot the "Name Act" by  me. Susan Jane Tveler, General  Delivery Roberts Creek to change  my sons name from Joshua  Michael Tveler lo Joshua Michael  Bailey. Dated May 22/91.    #21  Take note that application has  been made lo Ihe Molor Carrier  Commission lor a revision ol tariff  rales. Changes may be examined  at the oflice of Ihe applicant. Subject to Ihe consent ol Ihe Motor  Carrier Commission, the proposed elleclive dale is June  27/91.(���)  Any objections may be filed wilh  Ihe Superintendent of Motor Carriers, 4240 Manor Street. Burnaby, B.C. V5G 3X5; on or before  June 10/91.('*)  Name ol Applicant: Suncoast  Freight. Address: RR#4, S-l,  C-15. Gibsons. BC VON IVO  #21  BCYCNA  BRITISH  COLUMBIA  AN0VUKON  COMMUNITY  NEWSPAPERS  ASSOCIATION  BLANKET CLASSIFIEDS  These ads appear In more than 100 community newspapers In B.C. and Yukon  and reach more than 3 million readers.  TO PLACE AN AD CALL THIS PAPER OR BCYCNA AT (604) 669-9222.  lor 25  $195  $3.70 ea_i addition- word  Call the Coast News at 885-3930  AUTOMOTIVE  1973 KENWORTH Model  K123, Serial #888972, Eng.  8V92. Tran RoaoYanger,  RTO 9513, Rear Axle, 80HD,  Ration 4-63. Offers to  Cartwright's Service, 949-  7613, Port Hardy, B.C.  R.V. 25' For Sale. Chevy  engine, low mileage, sleeps  six, hilly equipped, air conditioned, gas cooker etc.  $17,000 O.B.O. Phone  (604)526-3600, Mon. - Fri. 6  A.M. - 4 P.M.  AUTOCREDITI Speedy  Credit Approval. Own/lease  any new make. Payment  Specials on Toyotas and Fords  this week. Call Autocredit  collect 433-6803.  BULDMO SUPPLIES  DOORSI WINOOWSI Interior and exterior wood, metal  and French doors, wood  windows, skylights. MOREI  Celcol-ct to WALKER DOOR  and WINDOW In Vancouver  at(604)266-1101.  BUSMEN OPPORTUNITIES  UNLIMITED INCOME POTENTIAL, Manufacturer now  accepting applications for  provincial distributors of  ���JUICEWORKS', the amazing new fresh juice vendor.'  Call Acton Assemblies  (416)873-7806, for information package.  Guaranteed Successl  $7,700,000 Satellite Industry.  Market Spacetech's new 35'  dish to homes, R. V.'s, cabins  etc. Inventory secures investment ($5,000). ($10,000  after May 31, 1991.) Pro-  Jjeted territories going last.  Spaeetaeh, Mr. Hamilton  -04)522-5494.  BUSINESS OPPOHTUNmES  Looking for a lun, profitable,  people-oriented business you  can coordinate out of your  home? Balance Fashions  offers dynamic 100% cotton  clothing, minimal Investment  and substantial profit margin!  Call Margaret 1-600-565-  5600!  (advertence Store and Postal  Outlet. A going concern.  $130,000, Commercial building with 6 rental apartments,  excellent condition, all above  in downtown Vernon. Mid-  town Realty, (604)542-5010,  (604)542-0616.   Ail Cash Turnkey! Very Busy I  Used office and household  goods. 2,200' Vancouver  Showroom plus storage.  $42,000, possible trade -  property or...? Donna 1-983-  2087.    Carafe's largest CALENDAR  . BUSINESS Gin Company  needs self-starters telling to  local businesses. Highest  Commissions. Small refundable investment required.  O'Donnell-DRG, 467-16  Westney S., Alex, Ont, L1S  6W8, (416)427-6520.  Established Modem Board-  ing Kennels (Kllwanga, B.C.).  Immaculate Ranch style  house. 4 1/2 acres, bam, 2  atorey, double garage root  nenhouse, Miy land-  [$69,000,849-5427.  FKJCK HOUNDS. 24'saw,  14' and 10* saw. Grinder  and pomher etc. Ton* of  good quality material irom  Sund| the world. $5,000.  Phone (604)494-1614.  EDUCATION  Apply now for the SMALL  BUSINESSS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM which  starts In September. Enrol in  this 8 month course by eating 324-5445 or writing to  Small Business Development  Program, Langara Campus,  tOO W. 49th Ave., Vancouver, B.C., V5Y 2Z6.  EO-FUENTANACHMERV  3-phase, 5-Hp Speedair  Compressor, $500. Heidelberg Kord-62. 18 1/2" x  24': Two 7500 Edlwriters,  some fonts. Full package  $5,000. Phone 6-57840, ask  for Mark.  for sale imc  Peter's Bros. Paving and Inland Contracir^aspotlng of  ment, Dump Trucks, Tree  tors, Loaders, Belly Dumps,  Excavators, Pavers, Window  Elevator, Rollers, Dozers,  Graders, Jaw*, 1213 Crushers, 25,000 gallon Hot CHI  Tank, Water Trucks, Equipment, Tralers, Baokhoes, and  Truck Scales. CelvfoKamp*,  (604)493-6791.  Be Bright, Be Seen, Be Safel  New super reflective armbands $14.96. Ideal for Joggers, Cydst*, Nightworkers  etc. M.O. Lonewolf Services, 1831 Harbour Street,  Port CoqurHam, B.C., V3C  1A4,1(604)941-2379,  Attention: Ford Supercab  owner* 'F' Series. Lift Mt  available to raise rear seat  No drilling necessery. Available at parfclpatng Ford  DeMkmor cal Calmer 1-aoo-  661-7667.  GARDEN, NO  The Ultimate Gardener's Store.  1,000's of Products, Greenhouses, Hydroponics, Drip  Irrigation. Huge Book Selec  ton. 72 page, photo tiled, 1991  catalogue, $4, refundable on  order. Western Water Farm*,  #103-20120,64th Ave., Lan  gtey, B.C., V3A 4P7.  HELP WANTED  INTERNATIONAL MANUFACTURER of environmental  products seeking key individuals, part-time or full-time startup. Opportunity to earn  $200,000 + per year. No  overhead or employees. For  the facts phone Carl Howe  (403)464-9656.  HELP WANTED  APARTMENT/CONDOMINIUM MANAGEMENT JOBS.  LIveliVLIve-oul. All areas.  For free brochure write: RMTI,  460-789 W.Pender, Vancouver, B.C., V6C 1H2 or call  J604M61-456or1-800--65-  Curiing Club Manager and/or  leemaker required in Smlth-  ers, B.C. 400 member dub,  excellent 6 sheet facility. For  mors information call Gord  Pratt, 847-2644 evenings, lax  6472630.  'BE RICH AND FAMOUS'  FT $100,000. PT $26,000  Commission, Market Canada's Hottest Music Video  Vacation Program Booklet.  Prolectsd Territories awriablo.  24 hour information line. 1-  800-263-1900.   WELCOME TO VICTORIA.  Busy Victoria building supply  centre requires experlened  Contrad Salesperson to  quote and sell to small and  medium sized contractors.  Must have previous sale*  experienoe in the Industry,  be familiar with the Building  Cod* and be competent at  readlngplans and doing take-  offs. We offer Canada's  warmest dkriale and a very  allracto compensation package. Cal Peter Nasmyth,  fl04)47��71S1.         LIVESTOCK  African Pygmy Hedgehogs.  The cutest little exotic animals - now avallo-l. in B.C.  For brochures and Information phone Doug Peace 498-  2128 or Caroline Barnes 766-  4162. Other exotic animals  available; Walabies etc. From  Small Wonder Ranch, Oliver,  B.C., 498-2128.  PERSONALS  Birth Mother seeking adoptee Deborah born R.G.H.,  victoria, May 13/55. Reply  C.A.R.A., 277-8255.  HEAL ESTATE  PROPERTIES TO BE SOLD  for unpaid taxes. CrownLand  availability. For information  on both write: Properties,  Dept CN, Box 5360, Sin. F,  Ottawa, K2C 3J1.  VALEMOUNT. 3 bedroom  house wilh full basement,  heated ilgrnBd. 3,200 equar.  foot shop wilh large door on  2.6 acres. $49,900. Terms.  1-929-4115, Vancouver.  TRAWL  Houseboallng on Shuiwap  Lake In beautiful B.C. on a  luxurious Admiral houieboaL  Space still available. For information and bookings cal  collect (604)836-461lT Cal  , .^,AcA>AA ry^fff.f^f^i^iff::f'.fSf'  :    f ^ - a. A ^^iljeUa^ .->,^ .�� $ ... ��<^aiaij*4��a��.-^A-#*:'ai"^ftV��'^ Coast News, May 27,1991  23.  lrup recommendations NDP calls for inquiry into IDG contract  MM MCnonon <__i.fi hie _->,.���*.,... ���_, ���-���.- __i   The Tetrahedron Local  Resource Use Plan (LRUP)  committee has  recommended that the  Mount Richardson area be  the next subject for study by  an LRUP, and that no logging  take place in the area until  the study is complete.  In spite of District Forester  Barry Mountain's previous  statement that the study of  Mount Richardson would be  deferred until some  indefinite time in the future  when resources became  available, the new  abbreviated thirteen member  committee pressed for action.  Mountain told the group  that the reactivated  Elphinstone LRUP . and  concern over the Caren  Range could take  precedence over Mount  Richardson.  Chris Ortner of Interfor  said his company has plans  to log two small patches of  timber in the vicinity in  1995, and objected to the  amendment that would  defer logging until  completion of the study  which, he said, "...could go  on forever."  At last week's meeting,  the committee also agreed,  with two exceptions, to  accept the Chapman Bowl as  the area to be studied by the  Tetrahedron LRUP. Excluded  will be the area around  Lakes Nine and Seven where  Howe Sound Pulp and  Paper holds water rights,  and the upper part of the  Chapman and Gray Creeks  corridor, will be added  There was ' also  considerable discussion on  the makeup of subcommittees and the subject  areas they will be  considering.  fCY SUNSHINE COAST  U"J   HOME SUPPORT  SOCIETY  Don't delay!  Get your duck today!  1.0.M.C. Qas Barbecue.  2. Automatic Bread  Maker.  3. Hand-Carved Wooden  Duck.  4. Daiwa Fishing Rod.  5. Lunch lor Two.  6. The Duck Himself  - In Stained Glass. ���"  7. A Flowering Shrub.  8. Smorgasbord For Two.  ENTRY FORMS AVAILABLE AT:  ��� Landing General Store ��� Linnadlnes ��� Talewind Books ���  ' Seaview Market ��� Upstairs Downstairs  ��� Price Busters ���  ��� Reflections Hair Studio ��� The Paper Mill ���  CHAPMAN CREEK  12 Noon, Sunday, June 2  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 Qlbaona Pentecostal Church)  School Rd., opposite RCMP  Sunday School 9:45 am  Morning Worship       11:00 am  Sunday Night  Evening Service 7:00 pm  Phone: Church Office B86-7107  Pastor Dan MacAulay 886-7107  Youth Pastor J. Morris 886-3499  Affiliated with the Pentecostal  Assemblies of Canada  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:  666-2606 or 885-3686  LIVING FAITH  LUTHERAN CHURCH  Whitaker Road & Coast Highway  Davis Bay 885-2202  Rev. Frank W. Schmitt, Pastor  Sunday Church School 9:30 am  Sunday Worship        11:00am  Come Grow With Us!  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.    886-7410  Serving Qibsons  and Roberts Creek  The Rev. Esther North, Rector  Show your aplrlt  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  CALVARY  BAPTIST CHURCH  711 Park Road  Telephone: 686-2611  SundaySchool  Worship Service  9:30 am  11:00 am  Cal Mclver, Pastor  "The Bible aa It la...  lor People as they are."  GIBSONS COMMUNITY  FELLOWSHIP  Welcomes you to join us  in Sunday Worship  Children's Progress        9:45 am  Prayer  Morning  Worship Service  Wednesday  599 Gower Point Road  Pastor Monly McLean  688-7049  10:00 am  10:45 am  7:00 pm  ,,   ANGLICAN  K   CHURCH  OF CANADA  St. Hilda'a-SecheH  8:00 am ��� 9:30 am  St. Andraw'e - Pender Harbour  11:30 am  Rev. June Maffln  Rev. Dan Gilford  865-5019  ���'We estend a vtAim veakome to AH"  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 S 3rd Sat. 44:30 pm  Holy Family Sechelt  2nd & 4th Sat. 4:30-6 pm  St. Mary's Gibsons  NDP transportation critic  Dale Lovick has called for a  full inquiry into the  circumstances surrounding  the awarding of the Bowen  Island ferry contract to a  friend of the Socreds.  Lovick says the Socred  government has continually  stonewalled questions about  why it struck a deal with  Island Development Group  to establish a fast ferry  service from the Sunshine  Coast and Bowen Island to  Vancouver. The Socreds  were forced to cancel the  deal last week when it was  revealed that IDG president  Stewart Vinnels failed to  provide a suitable ferry.  Lovick wants to know  why   the   IDG   bid   was  chosen - from a total of six  submissions - when it had  no capital, no ferry, and no  place to dock.  This company had little  to offer except that its chief  backer is a long time friend  of this government," said  Lovick (Nanaimo).  "They had no boat, they  had no docking facilities,  they had no operating  agreement. What did they  submit to the government  that was accepted?  "Given the track record of  this government. British  Columbians have no reason  to believe this wasn't a  special deal from the  beginning."  Lovick adds that  Transportation       and  Dale Lovick  Highways Minister Lyall  Hanson assured the  legislature there will now be  consultation with residents  of both the Sunshine Coast  and Bowen Island regarding  docking and parking  facilities.  But, he adds, that  amounts to an admission  that such consultation was  simply ignored the first time  around, when IDG was  awarded the contract.  This whole deal has been  botched, and botched  badly," Lovick said.  "Now that it's fallen  through, the Socreds are  trying to push this deal out  of the public limelight and  start over again. But they  can't push aside the serious  questions that remain about  why they arranged this deal  in the first place."  s*IMfft  % D#  Sunshine Coast Regional District  BULLETIN BOARD  885-2261  Upcoming  Meetings:  Forest Advisory Committee  Wednesday, May 29th at 7:00 p.m.  West Howe Sound  Recreation Facilities Commission  Wednesday, June Sth at 7:30 p.m.  in the Marine Room, Gibsons  Planning Committee  Thursday, June 7th at 7:30 p.m.  Outdoor Recreation Advisory Committee  Tuesday, June 11th at 6:45 p.m.  Provincial Emergency Program  Thursday, June 13th at 3:00 p.m.  Regular Board  Thursday, June 13th at 7:30 p.m.  Arts Liaison and Support Committee  Friday, June 14th at 2:00 p.m.  W  SCRD BULLETIN BOARD  TAKE NOTICE that the weekly Sunshine Coast  Regional District Bulletin Board will be advertised in the Leader for the following twelve  month period commencing June 7th.  LANDSCAPING  Payne Road Reservoir  The Sunshine Coast Regional District has  completed construction of the new 500,000 gallon  reservoir on Reed Road in Gibsons and the site is  now ready for landscaping. Interested parties are  asked to submit proposals for this project to the  Superintendent of Public Works at the Sunshine  Coast Regional District office by June 14/91.  SECHELT LANDFILL S.TE  Just a reminder that Summer Hours  are now in effect at the Sechelt  Landfill Site:  Monday to Saturday  - 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.  Sunday ��� noon to 5:00 p.m.  EMPLOYMENT  The Sunshine Coast Regional District is now  accepting applications from high school students  for one "Computer Data Operator" to be hired for  the summer through the Challenge '91 Program.  The successful applicant will be required to  computerize the record keeping system of  subdivision, zoning and other planning bylaws  and documents, and to assist with day-to-day  clerical responsibilities in the Planning  Department.  The starting date for this position is July 2nd and  will go through to August 30th, 1991.  Applications are available at the Regional District  office at 5477 Wharf Road in Sechelt and may be  sent to our office at P.O. Box 800, Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0. Attention: Judy Skogstad, Director of  Planning.  Closing date for applications is June 14th, 1991.  The Directors and Staff of the  Sunshine Coast Regional District extent-  Congratulations  to the Sechelt Indian Government  on the occasion of the opening of the  "House of Hewhiwus''  Bast Wishes  for this ambitious undertaking.  The Raven's Cry Theatre will fill a  great need for the Coast  Pender Harbour  Aquatic & Fitness Centre  883-2612  CANADA FITNESS WEEK  MAY 24th thru JUNE 2nd, 1991  1. Fitness Challenge ���  Bring a buddy for fitness classes and  get in 2 for 1 all week.  2. Fltsplash Swim to Texada Island ���  Count your lengths all week and win  prizes for the longest swim.  3. Kids Aerobics - $125  Tuesday, May 28th  (5-8 yrs) 3:30 - 4:00 p.m.  (9-12 yrs) 4:00 - 4:45 p.m.  4. R.L.S.S.C. Fitness Award ���  Wednesday, May 29th   3:30 ��� 4:30 p.m.  (preregistration required)  5. Hot Tub Bubble Bath ���  Sunday, June 2nd   6:00 ��� 9:00 p.m.  ���  AREA "F"  PLANNING COMMISSION  MEETING  i^i PUBLIC MEETINGS  There will be a  Public Meeting  of the Area "F" Planning Commission  to be held  Monday, June 10th at 7:30 p.m.  at  Langdale Elementary School  in Mr. Steven's Room  MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC  ARE WELCOME TO PARTICIPATE  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 Properly Is Permitted.  ATTENTION: PLEASE TURN OFF ALL  SPRINKLERS IN THE EVENT OF A FIRE  IN YOUR AREA  *> 24.  Coast News, May 27,1991  The relationship  is essential to us  if ht-ing in a relationship  with another human being  requires the willingness to  tell ihe truth and he  vulnerable and if, as I  mentioned in lasl week's  artiele, most of us would  rather do anything lhan tell  the truth and he vulnerable,  it follows lhat most ol us are  not in a state of relationship  wilh anybody.  We are not necessarily In  a state of relationship with  our husbands or Wives, even  though we have lived under  the same root together for  20, 30 or in years Because  a relationship requires relating and being lully  known, we are often not in  relationship with the people  at work, even though we see  the same faces even day and  know the unique quirks and  mannerisms of each one  Though we have raised  them and can talk a lot  about ihem to others, it is  very easy to fall out of  relationship witli our  children until, one day, they  are old enough to leave  home  As you can sec, the state  of being in relationship  "relating ship" with another  human being is precious and  rare The number of people  who have at least one  relationship in their life, one  human being with whom  they share themselves fully,  is much less than you might  expect. Consequently, it is  very possible and. given  how little most of us know  about   bringing   forth   a  The Work of Love  Joel Brass  relationship, it is quite likely  that, even though we are  surrounded by human  beings everywhere we look,  we are not in relationship  with any of them. There are  ���1.7 billion human beings on  planet 1-anli and many of us  feel cut off from every last  o n e o f them.  Not being in relationship  witli other human beings  has disastrous consequences  for our lives. You see, our  natural desire and need is to  communicate, to tell the  truth, to be authentic with  others. Our natural yearning  is to love and be loved and  give our lives away to  someone. I know human  beings. 1 work with them  intimately every single  working day of my life. I  know that we want to be all  used up when we die.  Like marathon runners,  we want to give all of  ourselves to what we're  doing. If we hold back, if  we don't give 100 per cent,  we don't feel good about  ourselves. And, regrettably,  without a relationship in our  lives, there is no one to fully  give ourselves to.  It's quite ironic, even  tragic. Human beings know  that a flower needs soil,  water and sunshine in order  to survive, grow and come  into its own. Human beings  don't know that they need to  he in a state of relationship -  opening up, telling the truth,  being vulnerable in order to  survive, grow and come into  their own as a human being.  "Acquaintanceship" is simply  not enough. Relationship,  the art and practice of being  vulnerable with another, is  what we need.  DeVRIES' volume buying  Means Great Savings To You  When You Make An Investment You Can Count ON US  For Floor Covering That is DURABLE, GOOD LOOKING,  And AFFORDABLE  H Burlington  CARPET YOU CAN  HAVE CONFIDENCE IN  WESTFIELD (Reg. $32.95 sq. yd.)*  SHERBROOK (Reg. $30.99 sq. yd.)*  5 Year Guarantee Against   10 Year Wear Guarantee  Matting & Crushing  INFLATION FIGHTER PRICE  $4Q95  WEAR-DATED'      ���%# sq. yd.  Shop And Compare TheTsee  HARD WEARING  Level Loop Carpet  and Lino  at INFLATION FIGHTER PRICE of  $  5  95  sq. yd.  Contractor  Carpet in Stock  Abbey Verticals Abbey Verticals Abbey Verticals  ABBEY'S  $1.99 SPECIAL  >  a  (D  <  <  ^  Pay only $1.99 per inch in width a  < (any length!) �����  fj WONT LAST  % MUCH LONGER  yfi  DeVRlES  ''Rolling out more for your money"  709 Hwy. 101, Gibsons    "     886-7112  %  We Carry The Finest Products Available  And Offer The Best Professional Installation Too!  i  fflAr*)A&'WW��&rt  \J- OP**" 9-5, Mon. ��� Sat.   vy, v,v;, -fl ^.^tJjV? V^A^V,^' .1 ^.ift^'M^  .afagg^g^rlgjg


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