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 : i  1INSIDEI  on  LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, B.C. V8V 1X4  91.8  ^-| THE SUNSHINE-  Coast  WHEN THE  LOCALS  EAT LOCAL  I Overlooking the Harbour  Gibson*, B.C.  886-2268  50c per copy on news stands  SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST SINCE 1945  June 3,1991  Volume 45  Issue 22  Triumphant opening of  House of Hewhiwus  The  Honourable  David  Crombie Is  made a  chief of the  Sechelt  Nation.  Cathrine  Fuller photo  Elders of a growing nation  byCs-nInt FuNer  It's difficult to express in  English. Being an Elder in  the Sechelt Band is more  than a function, more than a  position. Non-native  Canadians have psychiatrists,  social workers, marriage  counsellors, professional advisors and consultants, child  care experts, professors,  doctors and spiritual leaders.  The Sechelt people have  Elders.  The Elders are consulted  about any major decisions  within the Band. It is not  like a senate, there is no official veto. But the Sechelt  culture is such that if the  Elders strongly oppose an  idea, when it's put to a vote  in the Band it is unlikely to  receive much support.  The Coast News talked to  Sechelt Indian Government  District (SIGD) home support worker Del Paul about  the function of Elders.  "They were always our  counsellors," she explained.  " If there's a problem, a personal problem or a family  problem that you have to  deal with, who do we go to  but to the Elders. It's almost  like your Elder can he your  mentor. You go to whoever  you feel really safe and comfortable with, when you  need to talk.  ",\nd they give you advice.  It's from their experience,  their parents' experience,  their grandparent's experience. They're able to pass  that down. It's a form of  wisdom that's very traditional. That's where all the  respect comes. It's just natural, and it exists within native people."  This isn't a job you apply  for, and there is no magical  birthday when a person  suddenly becomes an Elder.  The title and the respect are  earned.  "The white society has  their own standards, it's 65  years and over, Isn't it?" Del  asked. Always polite and  courteous, she was careful  not to show and judgement  of the practice, but a momentary expression flashed  across her face revealing a  kind of puzzlement about a  society that set the criteria by  birthdays.  "I think with the native  traditional way, being a respected Elder is earned, because it's a lot of work and a  lot of patience, understanding. And the Elders that are  sought out more openly and  they're sought out by the  younger people, and  younger generations, always"  referring to their needs with  an Elder.  to take care of the Elders."  What she was not aware  of, and couldn't be, simply  because she is a Sechelt, was  the significance of her  choice of wofds: She spoke  of challenges, but never,  during the interview, was  there any hint or suggestion  that caring for the Elders  was a problem.  In Sechelt society, children and Elders have a special value which underlies  the entire culture. The wisdom and guidance of the  Elders creates the foundation  on which the Sechelt Band  builds its future.  _Mf ____���__ _fl_-^M_-��_WI  It was a proud day for  the Sechelts as they  welcomed dignitaries and  Sunshine Coast residents to  the opening of the House of  hewhiwus, which means,  said Chief Thomas Paul, the  House of Chiefs. The event  was celebrated with a  potlach, and one of the high  points of the day was the  unprecedented  announcement that the  Honourable David Crombie  has been made the first non-  native honourary Chief of  the Sechelt nation.  In making the presentation, Chief Paul and  Councillor Ben Pierre spoke  of the years of dedicated  support Crombie gave to the  Band in their quest for self  government.  Crombie, obviously  surprised and moved by the  honour, spoke in turn of of  his admiration for the  Sechelt people. "The years I  spent as Minister of Indian  Affairs and Northern  Development were two of  the happiest of my life," he  said.  "I know how hard it is for  governments and  committees to work  together, so I really mean it  when I say congratulations  to ...all the agencies it took  to bring all of this together.  "But it required the people  of die Sechelt to do it. When  someone asked me how  they did it, 1 replied it was  not difficult All they had  to do was exhibit three  qualities: pride, imagination  and determination.  "Pride, imagination and  determination are what the  Sechelt people are about."  The honour of cutting the  ribbon  to open the  new  facility was given to Elder  Madeline Dixon, mother  and grandmother of many ol  those present.  The language of a nation  is one of its most precious  cultural heritages and the  pride was evident as Elders  Carollne Joe, Gilbert Joe and  Margaret Joe used the old  language in the opening  prayer and message of  welcome.  A long parade of  dignitaries paid tribute to the  Sechelts, - Minister of Indian  Affairs, John Savage; MLA  Harold Long; MP Ray Skelly;  Liberal Leader Gordon  Wilson; the Honourable  Graham Bruce; Regional  District Chairman Peggy  Connor; Gibsons Mayor Eric  Small; Sechelt Alderman  Joyce Kolibas; Gordon  Anderson; Chief Simon  Baker; George Sexsmith of  Dominion Construction; and  several others.  Students of Mom-Ay-Mon  Nursery School sang a  welcome song and the  young Chatelech dancers  entertained with traditional  dances. There was  sumptuous feast, a tour of  the buildings, special  presentations, and  throughout the afternoon  performances in the Raven's  Cry Theatre by the Nuxalt  Traditional Dancers, Arrows  to Freedom Dancers and the  Kane Island Dancers.  An evening performance  of Margo Kane's one woman  show "Moon Lodge",  followed by .spectacular  fireworks, completed the  day.  In an earlier interview  with Councillor Ben Pierre,  the Coast News learned of  some of the background of  the complex.  Conceived in the last  years of the 70s by the late  Teddy Joe Dixon and other  councillors of the time, the  complex was planned as a  place where native students  could attend a post-  secondary educational  institution while still living  at home.  The concept grew over  the years with the patient  persistence of succeeding  councillors, until today it  stands as an accomplished  fact, a facility that not only  the Sechelts, but the whole  Coast can be proud of.  Already occupying main  floor offices are the first  major tenants, Canada  Manpower and Immigration,  and a satellite branch of  Coast Garibaldi Health Unit.  A native arts and crafts gift  shop and a museum share  the West wing with the  Raven's Cry Theatre, which  has been described as one of  the finest small theatres in  the country with the very  best of state-of-the-art design  and facilities.  The technology building  will house the yet to be  decided post secondary  institution, a library and  resource centre; and a native  foods restaurant, said Pierre,  "is simmering on a back  burner."  The Sechelt Indian  Government District's  administration occupies the  whole of Ihe second floor,  where modern offices look  across well used playing  tk-lils and the homes of band  members, to the Strait of  Georgia.  Enhancing the modern  buildings are dramatic  examples of native art.  Traditional salmon designs  Continued on page 3-  Elder Mary Jane Jackson  "When we lose an  Elder...we just lost an Elder  named Mary Martha Joe. She  was a real grandmother to  our community. It didn't  matter who needed moral  support, who needed understanding, forgiveness for  whatever, they sought her  out.  "She played a very powerful role within the community. Right now we have  Mary Jane Jackson that people go to see. So the responsibility of that role that she  played in our community,  gets shifted over and part of  the responsibility gets transferred to the existing Elders,  and it gets balanced out on  its own.  "There are others, 10 or  15 years younger that start  meshing into the role.  Slowly. Because slowly people will be going to another  Elder, seeking advice."  There is an intrinsic respect and honouring of the  Elders which is revealed in  the treatment that the elderly  receive within the Band.  There is no such thing as  a forgotten grandmother In  the Sechelt culture. Even if  an Elder Is compelled by  health to stay in an extended  care facility, there is a constant flow of people into the  room.  "You can't paint a perfect  picture," cautions Del. "From  time to time there are areas  that have to be worked out.  We have our challenges. But  by and large, speaking on  the whole, the native people  are really aware of their responsibility, that they have  Song returned to Sechelts  ky Rose Nlchtlion  In BC native cultural  traditions, a song has a special meaning. It is the treasured possession of a nation,  a community or an individual.  Last week in a moving  ceremony at the new Raven's  Cry Theatre at the House of  Hewhiwus, the audience at  the Margo Kane  performance was privileged  to be a witness to a part of  this ancient tradition.  David Gladstone of Bella  Coola told the audience a  song that was part of his  tribal inheritance had once  belonged to the Sechelt  people. In order to return it,  according to custom, he  said, "I must have witnesses."  "Songs are not parted witli  lightly in my culture. In our  history, whole tribes have  been exterminated for  incorrect use or outright  thievery or desecration of  these sacred wavs.   I come  from tlie descendants of a  people .... whose ways of  sacredness are second to  none. (The songs) are expressions of our relationship  wilh our creator."  As part of Ihe ceremony,  Gladstone presented to Joe  Fosella of the Sechelt people  an eagle feather, symbol of  relationship with Ihe  creator, "so thai our prayers  will rise to heaven in the  same manner that the eagle  rises to the heavens.  "The sacred red paint  which I wear on my face  was given to me by a  medicine man of the Tulala  people to protect me and my  party when we took our canoe to Seattle. We turn over  part of the paint to the  Sechelt people. This is a  symbol of our culture and  our religion. The red paint  is used over l lie whole continent by all aboriginal  peoples to symbolize sacred  ceremonies."  Gladstone explained that  songs were passed from  generation to generation,  sometimes without knowledge of the meanings, so thai  the old ways are lost entirely.  "We know not the context  in which this song was  used," lie said, "as the elders  from whom I obtained it are  gone from me. But songs do  travel widely, especially  when they are as beautiful as  this one."  Chief Tom Paul accepted  a small red hag of the sacred  red paint on behalf of the  Sechelts and Councillor  Theresa Jeffries presented  Gladstone with a talking  stick "which represents the  thunderbird, the beaver and  the hawk," she said.  "May you use it with  pride, and with the remem-  berance of the Sechelt  Nation."  An ancient song is  returned to the Sechelt  people as part of the  House of Hewhiwus  opening celebrations.  Rose Nicholson photo  i  ____!_  ���Mim&mI 2.  Coast News, June 3,1991  Land use forum  Volunteers man the registration table at Sunny Crest Mall at the start of the  Gibsons/Roberts Creek leg of the CF Walk-a-Run-a-Thon.  which we win nave to try  and satisfy these demands  will grow no more, so it's  obvious that regardless of  specifics about forestry or  any other resource, we need  a refined and dynamic  process for resolving and  avoiding resource conflicts.  "In my mind, there are  three major questions," he  continued. "Will the forest  sector, at all of its levels,  show goodwill to the  community by agreeing to  leave more wood for fish,  wildlife and other non-  timber uses?  "And here's one that  worries me more than any, -  are departments in the  provincial government  prepared to relinquish real  decision making power to  their own people in the  regions, on the sites, who  continued on page 6  kry Hom MeM-M  The Truck Loggers  Association (TLA) and the  Sunshine Coast Integrated  Use Coalition (IUC)  sponsored a forum on  integrated land use last week  in Sechelt.  Main speaker at the  sparsely attended event was  career journalist and Round  Table member Mike  Halloran, who for ten years  was producer of  documentaries on natural  resources and the  environment for CBC TV,  and is currently the host of  the TV series "Westwind', an  information on natural  resources in its ninth year on  BC Knowledge Network.  Other speakers were Paul  Tingley, chairman of the  IUC; IWA representative  Murray Cantelon; Grete  Avdeeff from the Sunshine  Coast chapter of Women in  Timber; Graham Lea,  Secretary of the TLA; and  Rick Jeffrey from the Old  Growth Strategy committee.  Halloran told the  audience that the public is  watching today.  "Those who believe  otherwise, whether they're  chokermen or chief  executives, are kidding  Uiemselves."  He said that BC's  population of 3.1 million is  expected to double by 2020  or 2025 and 75 per cent of  those people will be living  in the south west corner of  the province.  "The   land   base   from  SENIORS WEEK  Separated  together  but  "Mom alluded to the fact  that she never, ever wanted  to go into a home. She'd  rather be shot. So it was  difficult, but there wasn't  really an option. It's a really  hard decision to make."  How many people, how  many times have said such  thing to themselves and to  others will never be known.  Yet, with an ever-increasing,  aging population, the variety  of difficult decisions facing  friends and family can only  increase alongside the  growing numbers of  infirmed individuals.  When Doreen Richardson  speaks of her mother, Grace  Bonin, it is with the calm  acceptance of having gone  through a great hardship and  arrived at a new  understanding.  Grace sits in the sunshine  of the Totem Lodge  courtyard in Sechelt with  her lifelong husband Frank.  "She has Parkinson's  Disease," Frank says," which  is a brain disease. They  found it about ten years or  so ago, but she probably had  it longer than that.  "In '88 she went in the  hospital till they gave her a  space in Shorncliffe. She  stayed there about a year but  they couldn't handle her  there. Then she had to come  back to Totem Lodge. She's  been in here ever since and  she's adjusted pretty good  here, really, except for the  odd day."  Now Frank and Doreen  are convinced Grace  considers the lodge her  home and receives better  care here than they could  provide.  " I he first time it bothers  you." Frank says. "Or people  Economic boost  from the  "post employed1  _, .el McCaskeU, up for a visit from North Vancouver,  pauses for a wont with daughter Annebelle Dick as  they etroU along Highway 101.      j^ johnMme i>tioio  coming to see her say 'How  can you stand it?', but it  grows on you. And she's  glad to see you. She might  not know your name all the  time but she knows who  you are. You're a caregiver."  Grace can speak, but ber  voice isn't with her today! If  it was she might tell what it  was like for her to ,t>e  involved with the Girl  Guides of Canada for 16  years; to be president of the  Ladies Auxiliary for two  years; to be president of the  Catholic Women's League in  Richmond or the Sunshine  Coast; to help in therapy at  St. Mary's Hospital; to be  with Frank as he served 25  years in the airforce; to be  separated after all those  years because of the  afflictions of disease often  associated with age.  Frank visits once a day,  sometimes twice, mostly at  lunch, and doesn't let the  Totem lodge window pic  Care for the elderly is a  reflection of a society's  compassion.  Joel Johnstone photo  by Stuart Burnside  The Sunshine Coast has a  growing, diversified population, a third of which are  drawn to the area for one  main reason, to retire.  Retirees are attracted to  the Sunshine Coast for its  beauty and rural lifestyle but  their impact on social,  recreational and economic  realities often goes  unnoticed but for a few who  recognize the "post  employment" segment of society as a "potential  industry".  Sharon Sawchuk is one  such who recognizes retirees  as a vital and powerful force  In the economic make-up of  the Sunshine Coast. Sawchuk represents Sunshine  Coast Community Futures  (SCCF), a federal organization mandated with finding  ways to improve the  economies of various rural  areas where unemployment  is high - the Sunshine Coast  falls Into that category.  "Retirees represent a  segment of the population  that spends money without  needing jobs," Sawchuk told  the Coast News in a recent  interview, "and when you  have high unemployment,  like the Coast, that's desirable."  Sawchuk noted that many  communities actively campaign to attract retirees for  this very reason. It's a tactic  Everybody wins at  Walk-A-Run-A-Thon  by less Mebelsea  It was fun, it was healthy,  and it raised money for  Cystic Fibrosis.  ���It' was the Walk-a-Run-a-  Thon staged by the Sunshine  Coast chapter of the Cystic  Fibrosis Association. Teams  from Sechelt and Gibsons  battled it out to see who  could raise the most money,  and although the final  figures aren't in yet, one  thing is certain, - it was a  great event, with 150 people  getting into the act, about  100 more than the 50 who  participated last year.  On June 11 there will be  an awards dinner at the  Cedars Inn in Gibsons,  when all the details of the  winners will be announced.  Illana Holloway told the  Coast News that all the  pledge sheets have not been  turned in yet, and she's  asking that this be done  soon, so all the scores can  be added.  It may be that the hoped  for total goal of $25,000 has  not been reached, so keep  at it folks.  In the meantime, a few  impressive totals are known.  Dargatz Glass and Door,  through the efforts of their  Gibsons manager Derek  Lafontaine and Dennis  Dargatz and Claus Klein of  the Chilliwack store, raised  over $3000.  "Their staff went all out,"  said Holloway. "They got  donations from even their  situation get the better of  him by feeling guilt over  going out and enjoying  himself from time to time  with friends, or travelling.  "The doctor told me I  shouldn't (feel guilty). If I  start doing that, the game's  over. I'm no good for her if  I'm not good to myself;,.I  look out, see the birds  having a good time, I gotta  customers and suppliers,  and Dennis and Claus came  over here to take part in the  run. They did a wonderful  job, it's a perfect example of  what can be done."  The Lighthouse Pub was  another business that got  totally involved. Nadia Van  Egmond, Don, Valerie and  Tobia (the dog) walked on  the big day, and many events  at the pub, including an  oyster bar when all the staff  donated their time, added to  their total.  Kathleen, carrying the  torch for Shop Easy on the  day of the run.was backed  up by all her colleagues at  the store who raised over  $600.  Gibsons Building Supply  did their bit by buying 100  CF tee-shirts, and many other  businesses pulled their  weight.  Scores of individuals also  worked hard to boost the  total fund. Twelve year old  Christopher Edmonds ran  the whole way from  Gibsons to Roberts Creek  and collected $32 on his  pledge sheet.  Liz and Kevin Ryan and  their six children alt took  part, with 11 year old Peter  going out every night  beforehand to solicit donations for the pledge sheet.  An anonymous donor  gave $500; Roger Handling  donated his time to design  the logo on the tee-shirts',  Archie   Benzel   and   the  get out. I can't sit still.'  The Sunshine Coast Home  Support Society helps out on  a weekly basis and Frank  maintains his gardening, fine  cooking and friends in  between visits.  The irony is time may not  allow him to join Grace in a  care facility.  "How would I feel about  coming in here?  Masons did a fine job of  providing refreshments for  spent walkers and runners;  Roy Chatham represented  the Pender Harbour  Volunteer Fire Department;  and another Vancouverite,  Angie Moody of Canadian  Art Prints caught the 7.30  AM ferry so she could take  part in the event.  Maureen and Les Napodi,  whose daughter Laura has  CF, walked the whole  distance, and even Laura  Insisted on taking part,  walking from Sechelt to  Davis Bay.  Seven year old Tyler  Robinson, walking as he  said, "for my friend Laura,",  for the third year In a row,  was the youngest participant, and just to keep it all  in the family, his grandfather  Bob Robinson checked in as  the eldest.  Nikki Weber provided  musical cheers at the finish  line, and Charlie Chicken  added to the fun.  Don't forget to get those  pledge sheets in as soon as  possible. They can be'  handed in to Linnadine's  Shoes in SunnyCrest Mall or  Zippers Kids in Trail Bay  Mall or mailed to Box 88,  Sechelt.  And remember the  Awards Dinner on June 11.  Cocktails will be served  from 6PM to 7PM and dinner will be at 7 PM.  Phone Elva Dinn at 885  2361 for the $20 tickets.  "It wouldn't bother me  much. I never give it much  thought really. I figure once I  can't look after myself, and  that could be anytime, but I  don't think I'm going to live  that long.  "I've got bone marrow  cancer. This week they're  going to test me and start me  on blood transfusion...you  Continued on page 3.  the SCCF had seriously con  sidered adopting, even to the  point of preparing a 90 page  draft report looking into the  feasibility of promoting the  Sunshine Coast as a retirement destination.  "We found that it  wouldn't be necessary," said  Sawchuck, "enough people  retire to here without our  encouragement." She placed  the approximate population  of retirees on the Sunshine  Coast as being as high as 32  per cent.  "That's proportional to the  retiree population of  Victoria,"she said, noting  that Victoria is often  regarded as Canada's ideal  retirement community.  When asked if health care  concerns were a consideration for people when  choosing a community to retire to, Sawchuk responded,  "not as much as you'd think."  She said retirees were  getting younger and  younger.  "Many people now retire,  or semi retire, at the age of  55," she noted, "they've got  20 years before they start  thinking about long term  health care."  Rather than health care  facilities or homes for the  aged, Sawchuk said the  three main reasons given for  retiring to the Coast were  the natural beauty of the environment, the compara  tively inexpensive housing,  and the proximity to family  and friends. The proximity  to family and friends includes both people who  have or will retire to the  Coast, and the nearness of  relatives who continue to  live in Vancouver  And many Coastal retirees  do have relatives in  Vancouver. According to  Sawchuk, 81 per cent of the  post employment population  of the Sunshine Coast come  from within BC, with most  hailing from the Lower  Mainland. However, not all  retirees to the area find the  satisfaction they had hoped  for.  Economic Development  Officer for the SCRD, Bill  Moore, says he is aware,  through personal observation, of a large number of retirees who come to the  Coast only to leave again after a year or two.  Moore, who also touts the  benefits of a sizable retiree  population, blames the phenomenon on simple boredom.  "There.are people who  retire to here because It's  something they've always  dreamed of, a quiet place by  the ocean after going  through the struggle of life.  After one or two years  they're well rested but find  themselves feeling lost and  lonely, so they move back to  the city."  Moore maintains, though,  that these people are the  minority.He says most of  those retiring to the Coast  are aware of the lifestyle  change in store for them and  appreciate it, and added that  the majority maintain  working contacts in  Vancouver, dabble in  consulting, or open small  businesses from their homes.  Many new arrivals bring  their own entertainment  with them in the form of  hobbies or special interests,  be it art, gardening, bird  watching, or building a 'kit  plane' in the basement of  their home  For now, Moore says the  SCRD is not actively pursuing retirees, despite their  recognized value to the  community. Even so, It-  acknowledges that there will  be improved cultural and  recreational services for retirees in the future.  "The population has got, to  be large enough to warrant  more cultural centres, like  the Sechelt Indian  Government's new complex," says Moore. "As the  population increases so will  faclllt.es...and that's where  tremendous economic opportunities lie in the future,  servicing the needs and  wants of a growing retired  population."  ______ Storm Troopers of the mind"  Coast News, June 3,1991  "Politically correct." The  term itself is so loaded as to  make a hand grenade seem  but a harmless piece of fruit.  The first time I  encountered this curious  turn of phrase I was cruising  Commercial Drive, LA  emigre being squired around  by friend Jacqueline, hip  Vancouver psychotherapist.  Ever the tour guide  supremo, she had indicated  a small park across from a  squalid cappucino parlour  and smiled "The politically  correct hang out there."  Correct or not, these self-  appointed arbiters of ethics  and morality, have been  coming on like gangbusters,  their baying dogma putting a  heavy duty chill on a lot of  people who deserve it -and a  hell of a lot more who don't.  Lately, I have been  bombarded ad nauseum by  the shrill brayings of the  politically correct and I don't  appreciate it one bit.  To be "politically correct",  I take it, is to somehow be  possessed of certain self-  evident and entirely  unassailable truths. And to  be so certain as to the  eternal immutability of them  that to allow them to be  challenged in the free and  open marketplace of human  interchange is tantamount to  sacrilege. Or is it closer to  the truth to say that the  "politically correct" are  essentially so insecure  within their cowering little  selves that they simply are  afraid to let their beliefs  duke it out with those of  others?  Regardless, being  politically correct goes far  beyond the holding of  opinions and beliefs which,  in and of itself, is everyone's  right (a fact these nasty  nouveau storm troopers of  the mind conveniently  overlook). If that was all  there was to the burgeoning  movement of these self-  righteous and humourless  individuals, fear, paranoia  and intellectual revulsion  would not now be ripping  vims-virulent through  centres of higher learning  both here and in the United  States.  FROM THE HIP  J.M. Sherman  All my life I have been  wise to those who would  attempt to coerce or compel  me to think a certain way,  adopt views inimical to my  own hard-earned  worldview, or generally  seek to have me do as they  see fit. This is not to imply  that my scheme of things -  my belief system-is  constructed from within a  vacuum by a man suffering  from progressive myopia.  Far from it.  On one level my life has  amounted to an on-going  dialogue with just about  anyone holding damn near  every conceivable opinion,  belief, and philosophy  imaginable. Often I have  conceded the merit of  another's idea or position,  adopted it and discarded  some shopworn or  otherwise discredited notion  of my own. Now and then  I'll have a similar effect on  others.  All, but these tightly  wrapped zealots with minds  about as open as fists and  flexible as concrete don't  want dialogue, but instead  demand compliance and  conformity .This is an age old  sign of a totalitarian  mindset.and the fact that this  time it appears to be  emanating from the "left" is  not surprising. After all, the  "right" (from a "leftist" point-  of-view) is still in charge of  the culture, and here we are  referring to the white male,  sexist/mysogynist,  powermongering high  priests of benevolent  Capitalism who promote  divisiveness and encourage  dissension among all groups  so as to keep the reins to the  old cultural buggy firmly in  their oligarchical control.  The irony is obvious.  Some of the causes, indeed  many, espoused by the  politically correct are ones  that many people (including  myself) can and do relate to.  And, given time for  consideration and reflection,  many might well come  around to a way of thinking  which could coalesce into a  truly new consensus.  But this seems unlikely, at  least while the "politically  correct" are running around  in a way that threatens to  give pit hulls a good name.  One Eastern academic  summed up the basic  attitude of the "politically  correct" as amounting to  "Nobody is allowed to do  anything 1 disapprove of."  Oh really - sez who? I'll  decide what's "politically  correct" for me - that's who!  Triumphant Opening  continued from page 1.  are moulded into the  exterior concrete walls;  massive rough hewn  timbers, reminiscent of a  traditional longhouse,  support the roof; and inside  wall hangings and carvings  depict the Sechelt heritage.  ���"In line with our good  neighbour policy," said  Pierre, "the facility is open to  the whole community, both  native and non-native. The  theatre is for the use of local  drama groups and will be  available for seminars and  conferences, as well as  movies two or three times a  week.  "It's going to be an asset to  not only the Indian Band but  all the residents of the  Sunshine Coast. Even now,  there is interest from groups  in Seattle and other places in  the States. And we expect  the museum and gift shop  will be good tourist  attractions."  Pierre, said a philosophy  of high standards in all  endeavours is an important  part of the Band's creed.  "We have to seriously look at  the certification and  qualification of all the staff  members. Educational  endeavour is instilled in all  our staff...to be an asset to  all our people.  "It's one of the sole  reasons we set up the  technology building,.so it  will be a benefit not only to  our people, but the whole  general public. ... Education  is one of the most important  keys to the future... We  emphasize that, I don't  know how many times.  "There has been a lot of  positive changes over the  Notice of  Annual Meeting of  Kiwanis Village Care  Home Society  I Members of KVCH Society:  1991 it 7 pm,  years. I've seen a lot of  personal growth and  development happen. It's  part of the self government  movement, where we have  to be responsible, not only  the leaders, but the parents  and the whole family.  "This is a physical  building, but in the  background we have to have  people. We've always  emphasized to our people,  the Sechelt people, you have  to have the qualifications.  "I've seen some of the  enthusiasm, especially  within our theatre group.  That's a mixed group,  natives and non-natives.  They're all excited about it.  The theatre is theirs. They're  going to run it just like any  other business venture, the  same with the museum and  gift shop."  In the words of John  Savage, "it's obviously a job  well done", and Regional  District Chairman Peggy  Connor probably put into  words the thoughts on the  minds of all those present at  the opening ceremonies  when she said that the  Sechelt people "have gained  our respect in so many ways  through the years.  "Today they have just  about reached the ultimate  with this building they have  put up for the use of  everybody on the Sunshine  Coast.  "We can't congratulate  them enough for what  they've done, and whal  they've done for Ihis  community."  r��  Sechelt  MIIM______LIBk_H  Fireplace Ltd.  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And there is always  something to be gained.  Doreen has had sonic  beautiful moments with her  mother sparked by just  caring and touching and  being there, even when its  hard.  "I remember one day  when she was really angry -  she used to have these angry  moments where she just  wanted to hit - and she  grabbed me, scared the heck  out of me, and I just said 'I  have to leave. I'm really  upset ...but 1 love you." And  as I was going, jusl rounding  the corner, she just yelled 'I  love you too!'  "You see, she was totally  aware of what she had  done."  For the others who don't  receive so much one-to-one  from family members, Frank  and Doreen feel that is  where the role of the  volunteer or visits from  family, friends, anybody, can  mean so much.  "They respond," says  Doreen. "I can go up one of  these guys and he won't  even know who I am, but if  1 touch him on the shoulder  I can feel him respond to the  touch. They just want  closeness and eye contact  and someone who is  genuinely interested in what  they are talking about.  Doreen says that in  comparison to the image  people have of care facilities  in the United States, and the  negativity conveyed by  television and other media,  "we're so fortunate to have  this type of facility.  "1 think the most  important thing is that  people maintain their  dignity. I talk to the nurses.  You have one-to-one Willi  them and you've got people  working who are all  different. And, you know,  they say at night mom will  just look at them and say '1  really need a hug' and they  respond to that.  ..lun,in mi,minis wiui ncr      incsc  guys ami  ne  won I  Hat's Off To Our  Seniors    ���-j^jSS  * Not applicable to sale items,  Lottery Tickets and  Prescriptions  YOU'VE GOT A FRIEND AT  r>( x :ksfne Ih��^/lX) f fiiaw nac y  441 Marine Drive Gihsons   886-8158  Full Prescription Service SEVEN DA YS A WEEK: Weekdays lo 7:00 pr  New Horizons Await You...  Carefree Living  At Its Best  767 North Road at Kiwanis Way  27 Unit Townhome  Development  Adult Oriented ��� Single Level  Gibsons, B.C. ���OPEN DAILY 1-5  $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.  $127,900    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.  for more information please call  Twin Oaks Development Corp.  886-4680  ���MMat________k_______________M Coast News, June 3,1991  EDITORIAL ���OPINION  Editorial Board: Jim Davidson, Poblisher,  Cathrine Fuller, Editor;  Jan Michael Sherman, Editor  An eagle soared  It is said that when a Sechelt chief dies, his spirit  watches over the hand in the form of an eagle.  And as if to ensure that everything would unfold as  planned, a lone eagle was spotted circling immediately  above the outside pavilion during last Wednesday's ceremonies for the opening of the Sechelt Indian Band's  cultural centre.  The hand had issued an invitation to everyone on the  Coast and, for a moment, it seemed as though everyone  had accepted. Those who failed to participate in the  festivities have only themselves to blame for their loss.  The ceremonies were moving, and the speeches, short.  Rita Johnston sent a message of regret at not being able  to attend and we were forced to wonder what could  compel her attendance at anything if not an event so  culturally distinct and significant as this one. As for  Sechelt mayor Nancy MacLarty's glaring absence from  the collection of dignitaries, well, we refuse to  speculate.  Aside from the band children dancing with delight in  their traditional finery, the moving moment when David  Crombie was invested as an honourary chief (to his  own and everyone else's surprise), and the various  presentations made to the elders - (to say nothing of  feast tables that seemed to stretch for a block), the  occasion denoted something "f a culmination, an  Epiphany of the band's history.  We can only trust that this event will he only one  more marker, one more joyous sign along the trail  which the Sechelt's have walked for countless generations.  After all, there was that eagle, and the rain didn't  really begin until the ceremonies were completed.  Disturbing and disgusting  Women in Nelson were on the march last week,  protesting the sale of tee shirts which they felt promoted  violence against women.  The shirts, sold in the local outlet of a national chain,  featured the figure of a woman wearing a skimpy, string  bikini on the back and the message JUMP 'EM, PUMP  'EM, DUMP 'EM." A spokesperson for the protesting  women noted that the tee shirts in question were being  displayed in an area of the store where children and  young people's goods were available.  While undoubtedly offensive and downright  disgusting, these "novelty" items transcend bad taste. As  the women in Nelson made clear in their protest, such  messages only serve to contribute to a cultural climate  already seriously pathological in terms of its treatment of  women Those whose first inclination is to shrug off the  issue by seeing it as nothing more than another  merchandiser pandering to the lowest common  denominator would do well to remember that such  incidents do not stand in isolation.  Tragically, it is symptomatic and symbolic of a culture  which enshrines and pays lip service to the idea and  ideal of women, while in the same breath abusing,  exploiting, and quite simply denying them the equality  due them by right of birth as human beings.  Speaking of seniors  The degree of civilization in a society is judged by the  treatment of the young and the elderly. The same may  be said of individuals.  This is Seniors Week in Canada. Rather than focusing  on what governments should or shouldn't be doing for  our Elders, perhaps is is more appropriate to take some  time this week for introspection and self-evaluation.  Each of us. within our own families and our own  community, has something to gain from changing our  attitude toward an elderly person.  The patterns that affect each person later in life are  woven in youth and middle age. This is a good time to  redesign the pattern of your own future.  "You Ihere," said the editor, "he advised that this  week we are putting some  emphasis on the role of seniors in the community. He  good enough to have your  contribution reflect that  fact."  Ah, how a change of role  is good for the old psyche.  "Yes, ma'am," I said.  My easy compliance is  made easier because this is a  subject dear to my heart,  and not only because for  seven years now I have been  luxuriating in the title of  'Grandpa'.  Throughout my life I have  had an affinity with the elderly. My first recollection of  that affinity is far back in the  mists of memory when I visited my parental grandfather  where he lived, a three-time  widower, alone in the vanished village of Glenbuck in  eastern Ayrshire, at the  southmost tip of the  Glasgow Moor.  He was a fierce-looking,  mustachioed old gentleman  not at all unlike that which I  am myself becoming. I was  much the youngest of many  grandchildren and sometimes I just visited and sat  quietly reading, sometimes  he talked to me. I remember  the smell of pipe tobacco as  a comforting familiar from  those times.  My maternal grandmother  lived just a few doors away  from our house and she too  in an entirely different way  was a source of fascination  and comfort. Half a century  ago in that part of Europe  In praise of  our elders  MUSINGS  John Burnside  and in many others, the extended family was still very  much a vital feature in daily  life. Not only grandparents  but many uncles and aunts  were daily familiars, and a  child had many options  when parental responsibility  frayed at the nerves of parents and made them dangerous.  The native people in  North aVmerica, whatever  the problems caused them  by imperialist whites and insensitive bureaucracies and  poverty, still have this human richness of contact between the generations. The  rest of us have bartered it  away for mobility and  wealth. The term 'the elders'  too is a much more respectful and evocative term, than  our term 'seniors'.  My delight in the elderly  found rich ground during  my three year stay in the  Klondike in the 1%0's.  When my contemporaries  were discovering the alleged  joys of free love, beads and  grass, 1 was drinking over  proof mm in the cabins of  fiercely independent old  men who had crossed the  Chilkoot Trail in their youth  before the turn of the century.  Some - because they were  in their eighties and nineties,  - were in the ward in the  hospital we called in  Dawson the old folks home  and I was a regular visitor.  There was a technique to being a regular visitor and remaining on good terms with  all of those untamed old  rogue elephants, made weak  by time and fate, but proud  and never docile.  I got to know what every  man's favourite drink was:  Demerara rum for Tom;  Hennessy's Brandy for Old  Pete, and so on. Each time I  went to visit I'd take the appropriate bottle to the appropriate bedside and make  the gift. He and I would  share the first drink and  halfway through he would  make the grand gesture and  invite his friends in the ward  to partake of his good fortune. Each man got but one  drink and each man in turn  got to play host. Thus was  my welcome assured and  the stories poured into my  ever eager ears.  In my 20 years on the  Sunshine Coast, the elderly  have been as ever my joy  and delight. The early years -  that is to say in the early seventies and late sixties -1 was  the welcome guest of those  remarkable sisters Eileen  Glassford and Nonie Hill.  Was man ever blessed with  loving kindness and wisdom  than I in those friendships?  Later, Hubert Evans welcomed me to his home and I  left every visit uplifted and  enriched by that man's unpretentious spiritual  grandeur and down right  good sense. Don Cruikshank  of Gower Point Road, for  years a writer of powerful  narrative strength in the  pages of the Coast News -  great stories enlivened with  a pawky wit - was my dear  friend. Jim Tyner of Madeira  Park has seen fit to share  with me his wit and wisdom.  Yes, 1 have known my elders. May I in my turn have  the time and the love to  touch in my turn, the lives of  the young struggling to become. God bless our seniors  and lend them the friendship  and love that they have  earned.  LETTERS  Thanks and  invitations  Editor:  The Gibsons RCMP Ladies  Fishing Derby Committee  would like to thank School  District No. 46 for the  Strawberry Tea provided to  us May 29 at Roberts Creek  Elementary school.  Thank you, too, to the  staff of Roberts Creek  Elementary for hosting the  tea: and to the students who  attended and shows us the  benefits of the computers,  printers, hearing aids, etc.  that have been provided lo  them over the past few  years. Meeling and seeing  these many students enjoying the use of these items  certainly warmed our hearts  and makes all our efforts  worthwhile.  We invite all ladies to enjoy a week-end of fun,  friendship, and fishing at this  year's Derby,.our seventh,  scheduled for June 7, 8 and  9. You can purchase your  ticket at either the RCMP office in Gibsons, or at  Gibsons Family Sports in the  Sunnycrest Mall. For further  information, caU 886-9244.  Disappointed  Grandma  Editor:,  In the Coast News of  May 18 there is an article of  the Equestrians Meet  Challenge written by Amber  Nicholson.  My.granddaughter.Cindy  Worrall was named third in  her class.  She was saddened to find  her name was incorrectly  spelled, as "Cindy Worrel on  Pickle"  I strongly feel this kind of  carelessness is devast-ating to  an eager, nearly ten and a  half year old, child. Would it  he possible to print her  correct name in a spare part  of your paper? You will  make one little girl very  happy, and oblige her  (nearly 91 years old)  grandmother!  Elizabeth M. Worrall  Take the time  to learn  Editor:  Judging by the amount of  mail to the editor and bad  press that the forest industry  is getting, one is lead to be  lieve that the vast majority of  people are very sceptical  about anything that the forest industry says or does.  How many times have we  heard from some of the local  interest groups that  education and communication are paramount elements  in the understanding and  health of our forest industry?  This spring, 1 offered a  basic course on Silviculture  through the Continuing  Education office in Sechelt.  The response was poor. Not  one person signed up for the  course.  I believe that the need to  provide Ihe information  about how the resource is  managed and how the industry works would help  bridge the gap between  preservationists and industry. Where arc all these interest groups when it comes  to learning about a subject  that we are led to believe is  in great danger from the ravages of industry?  Before anyone criticizes  me for being a "lackey of the  corporate giants" please  know that I do work for a  major licensee but I developed this course on my own  time without any kind of financial assistance from my  employer. In addition, I feel  so strongly about this subject  that I offered my instruction  time free, asking only for  enough to cover materials,  photocopying, and school  room rental.  If there really is a great  upswelling of people  "genuinely" concerned about  the state of our industry, and  who wish to understand and  make qualified comments  about it, please take the time  and learn.  Bill Lasuta, Davis Bay  Protest cuts  Editor's Note: A copy of  the following was received for publication.  Board of Trustees  School District #46  Gibsons, BC  Dear Trustees:  We wish to take this opportunity and this public forum to strongly protest the  continuing cuts to District  Counselling services in  School District #46. The latest cuts to services will be a  reduction of over half from  levels of three years ago (6.5  FTE to 2.6 FTE).  We do realize that the  board is being placed in unconscionable financial straits  by the provincial government, but it seems to us that  once again Counselling is  taking the brunt of staff reductions. Counselling services are often the most difficult to evaluate and to view  in action, and so they are  more difficult to defend. In  addition, children with  counselling needs are most  often those least able to  speak for themselves.  The loss of personal and  family counselling for  younger students will Impact  classrooms Immediately and  will have long-term carryover in the form of lower  academic achievement and  social maladjustment. It is a  false economy if the loss of  preventive service for elementary children results in  increased costs for rehabilitation programs at the secondary level, or Ipdeed, an  increased dropout rate with  the resultant social service  costs.  There are more visible  programs which have already been cut or will be cut  as a result of the latest reduc-  TME (UNfHIN-a  PuMlolw  Offtoo Manager  Th�� ���Mm CaaalNaa- ��sssmty oonod TtelmNM-aaMHaMkproiacMI-r  M_,aii*iMo'it**imNm-MA*��. apiWMripooMm.amp-1.tby  oaajr/Man^b��QMilarOP��ailM..Brai -��ri��>ar_lap��iMo��_^porn*alonlr>  4��0_a��M, .ft, VON IVO, ��*)������������ -ry�� - IM tocum irom OaailaiO rrnrn  FIUasM)sm>Tm*A��>m'Ot*m.{*��) LM..howar.aa>npyrlglil.  "~ FW_K____E_-_- ~~ *M*��w4>__w��i#<jiMiiiMa��i  ajal laajlat Jan N*  ProMMM  n No. 4702  ForafrHraarMO  Jim Davidson  Ann Thomson  Cattulrw Fulkr  RowWchoHon  Stuart __rnaioo  JoolJolinwono  MoryRootn  J��Brora��rS,Jorin  G-bM. Ml Rosm  JanSdiuH,Jack��  flwtan._ll_VVamer.  Offloo Stilt  CMMkutkifl  more, AHUM  GiboonrKirnCurTlo,  Dm Grant  Soeholt: H-tfiForroalor,  OmiIn umiiimi  J��hnBurMle-,Si*ilHr.  Mr Tr-wor, M. Shon-non,  WBwang.OoorooCoopof,  Janac*l_>Shl-n.Rulh  Forramr, uuratt Soil,  DtaloPircf.MayoorttWM,  Joooryn Vlnoont, Joyco  Otiry.Mwg-trlio, Horry  Tumor, rem* Bomon, John  tions. One loss felt throughout the system is the loss of  Psychometric services. There  appears to be no one available to do psycho-educational assessment, and there  are dozens of students  whose special needs are currently undiagnosed, and  who, therefore, are not being provided with appropriate programs, The popular  and growing "Peer  Counsellor" program is not  likely to survive these cuts in  present form, and the parent  education programs such as  "STEP" will be severely reduced. Again, prevention  service is lost. This will  haunt us in the future  We urge the board to reconsider the continuing reduction In Elementary  Counselling services.  MA. Bottaro,  Chairperson  Sunshine Coast  Counsellors LSA  Watched in horror  Editor:  The terrible sound of  chain saws droned through  our neighbourhood last  weekend. We watched In  Continued on page 5.  I  Vour community's  AWARD-WINNIMC  newspaper  ,\^lia^\s^<s> Coast News, June 3,1991  LETTERS  School Board must decide fate  Continued from page 4.  horror as several large (80 to  90 year old) trees crashed to  the ground behind our  property. These trees meant  a lot to us even though we  couldn't afford to buy the  land they stood on. They  were a very meaningful part  of our neighbourhood.  a\rea E desperately needs  a Community Forest Watch -  a group of concerned citizens organized to lobby for  legislation to make it illegal  to clearcut privately owned  land. We must put pressure  on government to make it  impossible for a developer  to come into an area, remove all the trees, build, sell  and move on to the next  acre or lot to do the same.  We must put pressure on  private developers to make  them stop raping our neighbourhoods for profit - to  leave a "reasonable" percentage of trees. They must be  made aware that we care  about our trees here. They  are not there just for the taking by someone who lives  miles away, so he can, (as  one guy said) "retire by the  age of 50".  These trees are part of our  lives. Their presence creates  a serenity, a sense of majesty  and beauty that will be lost  forever once they are removed.  Fresh Brewed  COFFEE  for your office or  place of business  ���Coffee brewers supplied  M no charge  ���Weekly coflee delivery  Greal selection  ���Coflee set-ups for meetings  Call Doug al  886-7686  AUDREY'S  Coffee Service  These trees are home to  many creatures and birds  which enrich our lives.  These trees provide buffer  zones between homes and  help create a quiet stillness  in our neighbourhoods.  There is no replacement for  the sound of the wind rush-  inn through their higher  limbs, or the look of a snow-  laden bough. The presence  of these trees heals and comforts our raw souls at the  end of the day.  Area E is distinct from  other areas on the Coast in  that it has already lost most  of its trees. We have no large  treed parks designated - and  at present no way to protect  the trees still standing on  private land.  If you are interested in  protecting our last standing  trees in Area E please phone  me at 886-8820. Leave a  message. Also please attend  the Area E Electoral  Association Meeting at Cedar  Grove School on June 5 at  7:30pm. Together we can  make a difference.  Pat Ridgway  When Is a response  no response  Editor:  You recently published a  letter by Steve Cohl in which  he implied that local company foresters routinely subjugate their professional  ethics to their companies' interests in exchange for a  paycheque.  His comments are not  worthy of a response.  David C. Bebb, R.P.F.  ��  Have you  supported  DRY GRAD  Yet?  ��     Gibsons  ',  & District  9Public Library}  . Hours:  = Tucs  .Wed.  a Thurs  ���Sot,  ���STORYT1ME:   Wed  by St-irt l-rrisl-f  Pender Harbour residents  are not convinced a single K-  12 school (kindergarten  through grade 12) is the  ultimate solution to deal  with a burgeoning student  population. School Board  Chairman Mareen Clayton  has given them until June 25  to suggest viable alternatives.  At the May 28 School  Board meeting the chairman  of Future Facilities  Committee (FFC) , Gwen  Sutherland, warned trustees  of potential conflict in  gaining the approval of  Pender Harbour residents  for the K-12 concept.  The K-12 concept was  recommended by Sutherland  and the FFC, a committee  formed over a year and a  half ago by Superintendent  Clifford Smith to study  Pender Harbour's future  educational needs.  "The single facility is the  most appropriate course of  action given the current  philosophy of the Education  Ministry," Sutherland said.  She added that in three  meetings with Pender  Harbour residents to discuss  the recommendation, three  main areas of concern had  arisen.  The first concern was a  desire not to lose the identity  of Madiera Park Elementary  (MPE) Aside from emotional  reasons, residents expressed  a belief that educational  funding would be cut to the  facility, as it would be  regarded as one school  rather than two schools under one roof.  Secondly, the community  (represented by a majority  vote of 49 to 34) simply  doesn't want an amalgamated school. A preference  was voiced that the school  buildings be kept "distinct  and separate, with students  mixing only at specific supervised times".  The third area of concern  is .the apparent disparity in  the cost between  amalgamation and building  a new school. Sutherland  said residents questioned the  funding of $3,000,000 for  the   K-12   concept.   This  Automated  Teller Machine  AT YOUR SERVICE  In SecheH  and NOW In Gibsons  Today, more than ever, instant access to your  accounts makes good business sense. That's why  we are pleased to offer you the services of our  Automated Teller Machine 24 hours a day, 7  days a week. That means instant access to check  your Sunshine Coast Credit Union account  balances and to make deposits or withdrawals.  If you don't already have an ATM Card, apply  for your Sunshine Coast Credit Union  CUECard or MasterCard today and enjoy the  convenience of banking whenever you need it,  when you need it most.  What other cards does it take? Any Automated  Teller Machine Card that is part of the CUE/  Strata, Exchange or Interac Networks.  2__r  SumMsm Coast  Oa*mVnUm  Pender Harbour Sechelt Branch Gibsons Branch  Branch Box 375 Box 715  Box 28 Teredo Square Kern s Plaza  Madeira Park, B.C. Sechelt. BC Gibsons BC  VON2H0 V0N3A0 VON IVO  Telephone: 883-9531 Telephone 8853255 Telephone 886 8121  would be $2,000,000 less  than the amount allocated  for a comletely new school  but the only real difference  between the two facilities  would be the absence of a  gym in the K-12 structure.  The residents wanted to  know from.where the  $2,000,000 had been cut.  Clifford Smith  acknowledged that the three  main concerns put forward  liy the citizens were valid  and warranted addressing.but voiced his support  for the FFC's recommendation of a K-12 Facility.  He added that he  regarded the issue as  "potentially divisive,  dangerous, and emotionally  charged", given the  prevailing sentiment of  Pender Harbour residents.  Chairman Clayton,  "breaking with tradition",  invited some of the attending  Pender Harbour residents to  ispeak. Shirley Cawley  spoke in favour of the K-12  concept saying that, when  she went to school in  Pender Harbour, something  resembling a K-12 set up  was in place. She said that  system had worked well and  now that she had children  going to MPE, she saw going  back to a K-12 arrangement  as an advantage for them.  Another resident recommended that's few solid  alernatives" be presented to  help the community decide  what was truly the best option.  Chairman Clayton, after  hearing from the community  representatives, warned  them about getting false  hopes. "The board is actually elected and are accountable for these kinds of decisions.   Any opinions of the  community will only guide  the board... we (the school  board) are ultimately  responsible."  Sechelt  Public Library'  T_e- 10 lU_m-4pm  HOMIIl  Wvti* Hi .U_m-lpm*  Thut* 10 Wdm  Fri I-Spm  S..1 10 Hl_m-4pm  iHibinplHjri (J pt-< najr  Itlsltl  Pl'fl'Hl      i  ntfit  Iru'i limit   b booln loaf) j nnv.  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It makes  choosing winners difficult,  hut It's worth it to see shots  like tinsel This week's winners and their prizes are:  (Clockwise from top left)  Scenic, Winner: STEVE  II.MNGWORTH, Gibsons -  Prize: Sunday llriinch at  CEDARS PUB. People,  Winner. KIMHERI.EE  REEVES. Gibsons - Prize:  Photo frame from SHOW  PIECE FRAMES. Other.  Winner: P.M. FOSS,  Halfmoon Hay - Prize: Lunch  ai OMEGA RESTAURANT  Babies, Winner: SHARON  IIOHIER. Gibsons - Prize:  Photo Album from TRI-  PIIOTO  All winners will receive  an 8x10 colour enlargement  of their winning photo Irom  I-ft I. PHOTOGRAPHY.  For details of contest rules  and the entry form, please  turn to page 17.  THE UNITED CHURCH  OF CANADA  Sunday Worship Service  GIBSONS  Glassford Road  Sunday School  ST. JOHNS  Davis Bay Road and  Simpkins Road  SundaySchool       H   Rev. Stan Sears  Church Telephone 886-2333  11:15am  11:15am  9:30 am  9:30 am  CHRISTIAN LIFE  ASSEMBLY  (Formerly Gibsons Pentecostal Church}  School Rd., opposite RCMP  SundaySchool 945 am  Morning Worship        11:00 tm  Sundiy Night  EvtnlngStrvlct 7.00 pm  Phone: Church Ollice SBe-iTue  Pastor Dan MacAulay 886-7107  Youth Paslor J. Morris 886-3499  Affiliated wilh Ihe Pentecoslal  Assemblies ol Canada  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  SOCIETY  in Ihe Greene Court Hall  Medusa Sl., Sechell.  A Warm Invitation To All  Sunday Services 11:00 am  For information, please call'  885-506 or U5-3686  CALVARY  BAPTIST CHURCH  711 Park Road  Telephone: 886-2611  Sunday School  Worship Service  9:30 am  11:00 am  Cal Mclver, Pastor  "77i�� Bible as It is...  for People as they are."  QIBSONS COMMUNITY  FELLOWSHIP  Welcomes you to join us  In Sunday Worship  Children's Progress 9:45 am  Prayer 10:00 am  Morning  Worship Service 10:45 am  Wednesday 7:00 pm  599 Oower Point Road  Pastor Monty McLean  886-7049  LIVING FAITH  LUTHERAN CHURCH  Whitaker Road & Coast Highway  Davis Bay 885-2202  Rev. Frank W. Schmitt, Paslor  Sunday Church School 9:30 am  SundayWorshlp 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 Gibsons  and Roberts Creek  The Rev. Esther North. Rector  SAow your aplrlt  Com* back to church  CQAC6  (QCPOQCT).. prjtSBYMrJUN)  CfTUfXi?  SON II >0_��� St hILcUk'S, S��I>.LC  7COOT In homes  U3E0 7JCW Pasco.. Offic.  ) wntooH rjas-o  H 5CJ74-6   pAStOD   O065-O707  COOCUrHCQACe  �� ANGLICAN  CHURCH  OF CANADA  St. Hilda's - S-ChaH  8:00 am - 9:30 am  It. Andrew's - Ptndtr Harbour  11:30 am  Rev. June Maffin  Rev. Dan Gilford  885-5019  "We extend a warm welcome to Air  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH  MASS SCHEDULE  Saturday  5:00 pm St. Mary's Qibsons  Sunday  8:45 am Indian District  9:45 am Holy Family Sechelt  11:30 am St. Mary's Gibsons  CONFESSIONS  1st & 3rd Sat. 44:30 pm  Holy Family Sechelt  2nd & 4th Sat. 4:30-5 pm  St. Mary's Qibsons  -S5-9S26  Land use  continued from page 2  know how to accommodate  local issues, who live in the  communities and have a  stake in them?  "I think the first two are  beginning to happen, but it  could require stumping  powder to deal with the  last."  Lea told the audience that  the TLA represents small and  medium sized independent  logging companies and  accounts for 50 per cent of  the logs harvested on the BC  coast, generating millions of  dollars for the economy.  Local faller Paul Tingley  said the purpose of the IUC  is to promote integrated  resource management on the  Coast.  "We support a lot of what  certain environmental  groups are pushing for too.  The main thing is. we want  to maintain our economy as  a community. We like to  support valid arguments  wherever they come from,  ....we like to integrate all  those points into our point  of view and try' to push for  responsible change."  Cantelon expressed the  Union's concern on the  inroads environmental issues  have made on job prospects  for loggers.  "... It is dividing the  province, and coming  between people. ...We  obviously need an answer to  these problems."  He was critical of the  government's policy of  exporting raw logs and  noted that many mills have  had to cut down on shifts or  close down altogether  because of a shortage of logs  for the domestic market.  "We're exporting jobs," he  declared. "...The  government has allowed the  export of raw logs to double  in the last year. It's  absolutely inconceivable that  the government is taking this  position, in lieu of having  the resource manufactured  in tlic area where the logs  are extracted.  "... There are a lot of  problems, .... the only way  we are going to solve it is to  get together and talk things  over and find a common  ground and work together.  ... I endorse the idea of  'share' groups."  Rick Jeffrey, from the Old  Growth Strategy Committee  spoke of the need to  preserve old growth as a  valuable repository of biodiversity in the ecosystem;  anil (irele Avdeelf described  plans ihe local chapter of  Women in Timber have for  preparing educational  material lor use in schools.  Asked by a member of the  audience what the chances  were lor implementation of  the forest Resources  Commission report, Lea  noted lhal the majority of  recommendations of the  1<)~6 Pierce Commission  were nol implemented.  FOR THE BEST OF SERVICE      sReady-Mix Ltd.  We were pleased to have been  chosen to supply the concrete  for the new Sechelt  Indian Band Complex  Congratulations & Best Wishes  from the Management & Staff  BCTel  189I-I991  is pleased to supply the  telecommunications for the  Sechelt Indian Band's  "House of Hewhiwus"  We Wish Vou Every Success  Qtye Corporation of tlfe  ItHtrtrt of Hfocftglt  P.O. Box 129, 5545 Inlet Avenue. Sechell. B.C. VON 3A0        Telephone. (604) 685-1986      Fax: (604) 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: 885-1086  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 5th,  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.  @ DO VOUR PART  H _________���  Put yukkies in their place!  Regular District of Sechelt  Council Meetings  are held the first and third Wednesday  of each month at 7:30 pm,  SCRD Board Room  MAYOR'S  HOTLINE  885-5360  aat____a________t Coast News, June 3,1991  COMMUNITY  WORK FOR YOU  885 3930 886 2622  ISECHELT SCENARIO;  Opportunities missed  ly Marganl Witt IIS-33M  The little log building that  sat across from the  Wakefield Inn is no more.  For years I passed it almost  every day either driving into  Sechelt or taking our dogs  for a walk. Someday, I  thought, I'll get our  granddaughters up here and  Uke their photos beside it,  or maybe even inside it.  But I never did get around  to doing that and now' it's  too late. The little building is  gone. It was knocked down  by a giant machine early one  morning as the sun struggled  to reach the tops of the trees.  Plumes of grey smoke rose  from the old wood as I  drove by on my way to  work. Some of it must have  seeped into the car because  my eyes smarted for a long  time afterwards.  ���RIDGE   ANYONE?  The bridge club will  continue throughout the  summer under the auspices  of the hospital auxiliary. It  will be held in St. Hilda's  Church Hall and will start at  1 pm sharp every Monday  afternoon. The cost is $1.50  and includes refreshments.  SECHELT GARDEN  CLUI  The club will hold their  meeting on Wednesday, June  5 at 7 pm. (Please note the  early starting time) in St.  Hilda's Hall. Guest speaker  Is Frank Horsey who will  tell you all you want to  know about rhododendrons  and azaleas. As usual,  everyone is welcome.  The Sechelt Public Library  Board and staff would like  to thank all of you who so  SALE  ON ALL  JEANS  V Shirts  v7 Shorts  yl Pants  v7 Stirrups  'i CHttars  Casual Wear  Sunnycrest Mall 886-3080  kindly donate books and  magazines to the library all  year round. Special thanks  to the gentleman who  recently donated a large collection of classical musical  LPs.  Come and check out the  new books at the library  which include: The  Witching Hour, The Boys  of Saturday Night: Inside  Hockey Night in Canada,  Robin Want's Vancouver  and That Girl and Phil.  ELEMENTARY   SCHOOL  The district choir, under  the direction of Janice  Brunson, has been touring  local schools sharing with  other students some of what  they have learned. These  dedicated kids, 20 of them,  aged eight to 16, meet every  Tuesday evening without  fail, to study with Ms  Brunson who, by the way,  does all this on her own  time.  Grades K, 1, 2 and 3 of  West Sechelt Elementary  went on a field trip recently  to Roberts Creek Park where  they learned from Barb  Jackson all about marine  life.  There were 150  participants in  the CF Walk-a-  Run-a-Thon  Saturday, May  26. Fifty more  people than  last year  photo  Rose Nicholson  ��  Have you  supported  DRY GRAD  Yet?  vwy  NEW?  On thYCoast  Baby  ^^^^^^^^    Bride or bride to be  Hava we visited YOU yet?  We have Gifts to welcome you.  CALL USI  Helen Milburn 886-8676    Ruth Bulpit 885-5647  Nan Nanson    886-3416    Rosemarie Cook 885-5821  (fatyMttctl(Xtew4>  We at Bayside extend our best wishes to  each member of the Sechelt Band in the  realization of a wonderful dream with  the opening of your magnificent  new facility.  Bayside Sawmill Ltd.  Port Mellon 884-5355  "A step in the right  direction...''  The Sussex Group of Companies is pleased to announce our  expansion to the Sunshine Coast.  We will be located at 5600 Sunshine Coast Highway in  temporary facilities until the completion of our new office  building by the end of 1991.  With a salesforce of over 160 top professionals from North and  West Vancouver, we look forward to being of service to you.  Please contact one of our sales representatives at 11) 925-2911.  We'd love to hear from you!  Sussex  Realty  "Your new neighbours in the community"  The Sussex Group - S.R.C. Realty Corporation  o\lo <tKidding 9k ^Uidz  Just SERIOUS Savings   From Youi Finishing Store  Cedar Shed  Buy a shed from us  and get  Free Delivery  SOME OF THE  HUNT USES  7 PREBUILT PANELS  and  "| HOUR* OF YOUR TIME  solve your storage problems.  Nol |ui1 precision precut pans  but precision prebullt panels.  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Solid Latex  or        _,  Semi Trans 1  Oil       ���  Olympic  Colours  $23.99  Clear Pine  Pre Hung Doors  $175����  2/6 x 6/8  -THE  OPEN:  Mon. - Fri., 9:00-5:00  Sat., 9:00-4:00  MTERNATIVE  Specializing In  WOODWORKING S INTERIOR  FINISHING MATERIALS  HWY 101, GIBSONS        all sales cash a carry 8.  Coast News, June 3,1991  IROBERTS CREEK  A ��� . IS =���  ���_.".��������� ~ __> *.  A little  hoola-hoop  break at  'Camp Ee.iV  at Camp  -A Byng.  _--���: Janice  larlgliton  photo  IHALFMOON HAPPENINGS]  New officers elected  Iy Ratk Ferreittr  SIS-241S  The Halfmoon Bay  Recreation Association held  a meeting May 21 at the  Marsh residence, during  which two new officers  were elected. Present officers are: president, Chuck  Tkachuk; vice-president,  Becky Wayte; treasurer, Joan  Merrick and secretary,  Maggie Marsh.  The association is going  ahead with plans for the  family dinner at the  Halfmoon Bay Country Fair,  July 13, 14 and 15. Anyone  interested in helping should  give Elise Rudland a call at  885-4642.  There will also be a booth  at the Country Fair with information on area parks and  an opportunity to obtain information about the association and sign up for membership.  There was also discussion  at the meeting about the  possibility of a "Summer  Fun" program to be held in  conjunction with that already offered at (Catherine  Lake. This program would  be held at Coopers Green  for children ages six to 1(1.  Another suggestion was  that a kayak instructor may  be interested in running one-  day kayak lessons for both  children and adults.  WELCOME   BEACH  An important date to  mark on your calendar is  June 26 as this is the date for  the Welcome Beach  Community Association's  annual general meeting. All  members are urged to attend  to give input and to vote in  the election of officers for  the coming year. In order to  vote you must have your  1991 dues paid, $3 each,  payable at the door, and be  Roosendal Farms  "HOME OF DELICIOUS PRODUCE"  Bedding Plant  either a Life Member or reside in the area hounded by  the Sargeants Hay end of  Redrooffs Road up to, and  including, Br<x>k's Cove.  OPENING  DAY  1 noticed lots of Halfmoon  Bay folks at the grand opening of the new Indian Band  complex in Sechelt. This  was indeed a day to remember. When the Sechelt Indian  Band host a function they do  it in line style. The hospitality and courtesies extended  were wonderful. As for the  feast - this really was a feast  in every sense of the word  and the Band should know  how very much we appreciate their great new addition  to the community.  HOSPITAL  AUXILIARY  To celebrate the 36th anniversary of the Halfmoon  Bay Hospital Auxiliary there  will be an Anniversary Tea  on June 19 at Coopers  Green. This is for members  only and will be from 2 to 4  pm. Any former members  who would like to attend,  please call Bobbi Kelly at  885-3456.  |�� Jinlca  Ltj||ktM  ISS-3S41  The majesty and grace of  the Sechelt nation was more  than evident last Wednesday  at the opening ceremonies of  the new facility. Not only Is  the building an asset to the  area, the generous hospitality offered that day to all  members of the community  exceeded anything I've experienced.  The mixed crowd was  treated to historical  moments sprinkled with  good humour, a cuisine fit  for chiefs, and a display of  native dancing and singing.  It was an honour to be present at a gathering of our  separate cultures where it  seemed the walls came  down and true intermingling  with respect for each other  occurred. 1 feel fortunate to  experience this communication with the Sechelt Nation.  ASSOCIATION   NEWS  The last Community  Association meeting saw a  good turn out of those interested in hearing reports from  various committees formed  in an attempt to revive a fading Community Association  Fundraising for the ongoing effort to save the  Community Hall is in full  swing. Anyone interested In  helping should contact  Diana Morgan or Judy  Eldred, leading lights of the  Save the Hall Committee.  Doug Roy gave an excellent presentation illustrating  graphically what development has occurred in  Roberts Creek since the  1930's. He has challenged  all of us to formulate ideas  about how we envision  future development in this  community.  At the next monthly  meeting on Wednesday, June  26 at 8 pm in the Hall, it is  proposed to brainstorm with  these ideas as a contribution  to the upcoming official  Community Man.  A membership to the  Roberts Creek Community  Association, still available  for $1 at the library, gives a  resident of Roberts Creek a  say in community affairs.  ST. AIDANS  Almost five acres surrounding St. Aidan's Church  and Hall located on Roberts  Creek Road are being considered for development by  members of the Anglican  Church. There will be an  open meeting to share  community needs and visions regarding this site on  Monday, June 10 at 7:30 pm  at St. Aidan's Hall.  The rector of St.  Bartholomew Anglican  Church in Gibsons, an  architect, and someone  knowledgeable about social  housing will attend to expand ideas being consid  ered. One acre will be devoted to establishing a new  church. Some ideas presented have been: seniors'  housing, low cost housing,  and a day care/preschool facility.  This acreage is in the  heart of Roberts Creek and  could be used wisely to  meet some considerable  community needs. Come  and contribute.  QUICK  NOTES  The last meeting until  September of the Roberts  Creek branch of St. Mary's  Hospital Auxiliary is on  Monday, June 10 at 11 am  in the garden of Francis  Ostergaard, who lives at 917  Joe Road.  Please try to call by  Wednesday night with news  for inclusion into the  Roberts Creek column as my  deadline Is Thursday noon.  As the Technical  Theatre Consultant  of the  Qaven's Cry Thcatre  portion of the  (Sechelt Band  complex we wish to  congratulate the  oechelt Indian Band  on a job well done  and a  beautiful complex.  "fftngratuktiens"  Michael Brandrelh,  Theatre Technical Consultant  4605 Grassmere, Burnaby, BC V5G 2N8, 431-9537  Located On  Garden Bay Road  In Pender Harbour  883-9910  South Pender Harbour  Waterworks  Improvement District  ANNUAL  GENERAL MEETING  Tu��sday> June 4.1991  7:00 In The  Pender Harbour Community Hall  Two Trustee poiltiom to be filled. Nomination!  will be accepted from the floor. Contact  S.P.H.W.D. office for further detail..  Secretary-Treasurer S.P.H.W.D.  Gibsons Medical Clinic  Effective June 1, 1991,  Dr. John Hourigan will be  taking over Dr. David  Yaxley's practice.  "I feel graceful for my seven years  on the Coast as a family physician.  Yet as I say goodbye to friends and  patients, I am looking forward to  training in psychiatry, and to return  to the Coast in four years."  David T. Yaxley, M.D. Coast News, June 3,1991  Cliff Gilker Park ii officially opened,  by local dignitaries, complete with  new washroom and concession  facilities.  Joel Johnstone photo  Concerned About The Quality  Of Tour Tap Water?  Feel more confident about the  water your family drinks with an  AMWAY WATER TREATMENT SYSTEM.  For more information aboul how simple il is lo install &  use, and how it improves the taste and  quality of your tap water,  Call Ian Gibson,  R.I.G. SALES & SERVICE 885-7891  IEGM0NT NEWS  The  joys  of  nature  by Dixie farcy, 813-9221  The animal kingdom is  alive and well and doing its  thing in this neighbourhood.  It was the baldy versus the  great blue heron last week  as not one, but two herons  were seen being struck  down in their prime by attacking eagles. Is that strange  behaviour for eagles,  or  what? And what will they  take on next?  It almost makes me want  to keep the kids off the  beach but that means sending them into the woods  where our dog has been  worth her weight in  crunchies by keeping a persistent black bear at bay.  Apparently, our compost  pile is just too irresistable.  Either that or this bear really  enjoys a good round of  chase with the dog.  The head of Hotham  Sound is still the hot spot for  cougar sightings and I think  our place must hold the  record for no-seeums.  There's nothing like no-  seeum itch for shortening a  great sunset.  If you live in a water access only area, you will be  receiving a visit from the  Canada census taker (Sue  Marlotte) who will have a  list of questions to ask you.  IHARBOUR WATCH  by Jacalyn  Vincent  883-2140  Forestry will be putting  on a volunteer fire fighting  demonstration at the Ruby  Lake Conference Centre (in  the resort area) on June 3  beginning at 7 pm. All of  Egmont, Ruby Lake,  Sakinaw and Earl's Cove residents are welcome. Here's a  chance to take advantage of  a free mini course in fire  fighting as well as a hands  on learning experience with  fire fighting equipment such  as hoses, pumps, ropes, etc.  pleasure or recreational use.  The Regional Board hopes to  have the study completed by  mid-summer.  .SANDBAR RV PARK  The Sandbar RV and Tent  Park Campground is now  open. It is located beside the  Oak Tree Market in Madeira  Park, a great spot with about  35 sites, coin laundry and  showers. Pets are welcome!  Another great Clam  Chowder Contest will be  underway on June 9 at the  Garden Bay Pub. All entry  forms may be picked up at  the pub and judging will begin at 2 pm.  A very special thank you  from Ron and Siggy to all the  players (and especially the  sponsors) for making the  Pub Golf Tournament such a  great success!  Congratulations to Bill  Dean who was the overall  winner in the tournament.  WATER STUDY  Regional District professionals have conducted a  water study on eight lakes in  our area. The study will  bring about a comprehensive plan on how the lakes  should be used in the future,  either for community water,  If you have any articles of  interest or community events  that you would like to put in  this column and you do not  want to talk on an answering machine, please drop  them off at the Petro Can or  Marina Pharmacy. Cut off  day is Tuesdays at 4 pm.  Please address them to me  and include your name and  phone number.  VMJMjKSOaETY  The Wildlife Society has  passed a resolution calling  for a halt to further logging  of the old growth forest on  the Caren Range. There are  only 800 hectares of this  type of forest left on the  whole peninsula. The society has made a proposal for  a provincial park or other  conservation reserve for this  forest and surrounding area.  Many of you might be aware  that this is the area of many  small lakes, Lyon Lake and  the headwaters of Anderson  Creek.  For any further information on this issue you  She'll be by on June 3 or 4  so be prepared to provide  pertinent details of your life  as a Canadian citizen.  EGMONT  DAY  Egmont Day is being celebrated this Saturday, June 8,  weather permitting so be on  the Government Dock between 9 and 9:30 am for the  kick-off of events, the Kids'  Fishing Derby. The rest of  the morning will be taken  up with other activities for  the youngsters followed by  hot dogs and what-not.  It is hoped the canoe  races will begin after noon  sometime and the afternoon  will wind up with one of  Egmont's famous Buffet  Dinners.  The dinner will cost  $7.50 for non-members and  $3.50 for members.  Members please bring a  food offering for the dinner.  NAPPY  BIRTHDAY  Happy June Birthdays to  may write to the Wildlife  Society at Box 220, Madeira  Park, BC VON 2H0, or contact John Field at 883-2807  or Iris Griffith at 883-2434.  The society would also  like to bring to light the fact  that there is raw sewage outfall going into Earl's Cove,  by the No Swimming sign  on the ferry dock. The fern  corporation does have  permit to have the outfal  and there is a lot of tidal  flow in the area. The society  is wondering, though, why  they can be allowed to do  this and we cannot.  SKNOFTHETMES  Many of you can see the  new changes in the Coast  News. We have gone onto  computer! It will take a  short while to iron out the  wrinkles, so please be patient if you spot any errors in  my column or elsewhere.  Everyone is human!  AS THE THE CHANGES  No, Dr. Vance has not retired.  Statement buffs: chances  are the people you gossip  about are gossiping about  you. -Ann Landers  Butter clams and scallops  are closed in the Pender  Harbour area.  Nice to see that Shirley  Falconbridge is now al  home! Shirley was in  Vancouver for a brief hospital stay.  Until next week, be good  to yourself.  "Do you know  how much  you're worth?  You should".  "Vou wouldn't buy a house If  you didn't know the total cost.  And you shouldn't plan your  financial future unlets you  know your net worth. It's easy  lo figure out, and It's probably  more than you thought. Lei me  help you take this first step.  For personal service, call me."  Tha Mutual Croup  my  Facta! 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Well he may, especially if  he's Constable- Jim  McDonald of the Gibsons  RCMP, hand you a 5x8 primary pupil drawing entitled  Think of Me."  "The idea came from  some children" said  Constable Jim, "to remind  Mr. Motorist that small children are on the road twice a  day at least in school time.  Children may thoughtlessly  run out on the road for  some good reason to them,  and if a thoughtless driver is  rushing by "  "From the title on the  Children's drawings 1 derived the acronym TOM,  Project TOM. The little  posters "Think of Me" have  This  local   navy  cadet  lines up for his annual  general inspection at the  Gibsons Legion, May 26.  Joel Johnstone photo  brought a favourable response from drivers.  Certainly reminds them that  there are school speed control zones."  McDonald says he has  pupil pictures from Cedar  Grove, Langdale, Roberts  Creek, and "I expect to get  some from Gibsons  Elementary."  "When a driver is stopped  for speeding in a school  zone, I can give him a $75  fine ticker, or a written  warning, or a verbal one,"  said Constable McDonald.  "But whatever it is, the driver  also gets a child's picture.  The somewhat crude drawings and laboured printing  certainly is the best reminder  of all."  Carelessness that does  harm to a child would be  hard to live with, and these  drawings bring home the  fact that these little people  are very vulnerable.  Certainly the two sample  drawings in front of me  bring this home. [No, I  didn't get them for speeding  this time].  One of these depicts a  child on a bicycle, the chain  sprocket on the front wheel.  Some fun for the child to  keep that design of bicycle  running straight!  "One gentleman whom I  had to stop found he had  been given a primary pupil  picture done by his neighbour's little girl. I think the  message came in sharp and  clear to him," said Constable  McDonald.  "The time to hurry when  you have a ferry to catch,"  said Jim, "is getting from inside your house and into the  car. Speeding on the road,  say from Sechelt, at 100km  per hour will only save  around four minutes at the  most, over the posted speed  limits. Think of it whenever  you need to rush somewhere."  STUDENTS   GRADUATE  Three Gibsons students  received degrees at spring  graduation ceremonies at  UBC Sean Tetzlaff was  awarded a Bachelor of  Commmerce degree, and  Bachelor of Science degrees  went to Charlotte Carlos and  Janet Butcher.  NATIONAL REAL  ESTATE   SERVICE  RECYCLING TIPS  Residential waste makes up 45% of the municipal  waste stream in BC. Industrial, commercial and  institution sources create the other 55%. You are  probably already recycling at home, but are there ways  to reduce waste in your work place that have not yet  been tried? Be practical, and creative, and discuss the  problem with co-workers: you'll likely find several ways  to start waste reduction immediately.  <->  Depot now accepting CLEAN,  plastic milk jugs and  other CLEAN containers of  opaque "HDPE 2" plastic.  PLEASE USE THE  QIBSONS RECYCLING DEPOT  Operated by SCRAPS and Super Valu  GIBSONS REALTY LTD.  Sunnycresl Mai: 886-2277  TERMINAL  forest Products Ltd.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  Competitive Prices  Camp Run  CEDAR ��� FIR ��� HEMLOCK  IDAVIS BAY NEWS  by Lauralee Solll  885-5212/3510  Story hour aT Wilson  Creek hall is the first Friday  of each month. The next one  will be June 7 from 10:00 to  11:00. If you have preschoolers and are new to the  area, this is an ideal way to  make new friends. Have a  visit over coffee while your  child is read to.  FLEA  MARKET  The Davis Bay/Wilson  Creek Community  Association's next Flea  Market is on Saturday, June  15 from 9 am 'til noon. All  the tables have been  booked. There will be a raffle of deerhorn Jewellery  donated  by  Bill LeNeve.  Coffee will be available with  warmed homemade cinnamon buns.  DB/WCCA  The last monthly meeting  before the summer break  will be June 11. A tour of  the new Sechelt Indian Band  Complex is planned. Meet at  the Wilson Creek Hall at the  usual time, 1 pm and car  pools will be formed to  drive into Sechelt. After the  tour it's back to the hall for  coffee and cookies.  CF  Well, I survived the Walk-  a-Run-a-Thon. It took me two  hours and 20 minutes. I was  glad the weather wasn't hot.  It was wonderful to see the  participation.  IF CREMATION IS  YOUR CHOICE  WHY NOT PREPLAN  YOUR  FUNERAL NEEDS?  Does your family know whal your personal feelings are about  your funeral needs? ()f course, it's nalural everyone wants to  avoid talking aboul his or her funeral arrangements before their  lime. However, people's attitudes are refreshingly more open lo  dealing with these mailers as we quickly approach the 1990's.  Today, people are preplanning their personal funeral preference  for the benefit of their loved ones. Show your family and loved  ones how much you care by preplanning your wishes now.  Devlin Funeral Home and the Sunshine Coast Crematorium  both provide Ihis service free of charge, so don't put off this important task. Call us today for further information.  WE HAVE ALL THE OPTIONS AVAILABLE  FOR YOUR NEEDS  Contact Dan Devlin at 8-6-9551 today regarding PREPLANNING.  4  funaral  Allocation  579 Seaview Rd..  Box 648  Gibsons, B.C.  886-9551  Count  Yourself In  June 4th  Put Canada's Census To Work  For You.  When you complete and mail your Census form |une 4th, you help to  ensure that your community gets its fair share of government funding  for schools, hospitals, vital social services, housing, efficient public  transit and roads, community parks, day care, effective law  enforcement, and new industry. Any information you give on your  Census form is protected by law and kept confidential.  The Census only happens once every five years. That's why it's so  important that you count yourself in. Please complete and mail your  Census form )une 4th. Because, with you, the Census makes good  sense.  If you haven't received your Census form, please call toll free,  1-800-267-1991. Call for HELP from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., Thursday,  May 30th through Friday, June 7th (excluding Sunday).  1-800-267-1991  CENSUS DAY  ������i  Statistic.      State-tine  Canada       Canada  Canada1 12.  Coast News, June 3,1991  ��  DRY GRAD  Yet?  WORK FOR YOU  885-3930 886-2622  Standing ovation for Kane  Margo  Kane  received  standing  ovations  throughout  the week  for her  performan  cesof  Moonlodge  at the  Raven's Cry  Theatre.  Rose  Nicholson  photo  It's the work of an actress  to create an illusion, a  character. Most actresses are  satisfied enough to create  one character, to play one  role.  Margo Kane becomes , -  is -, a bewildering variety of  different characters in her  one woman show  'Moonlodge'.  Not only did she write the  partly autobiographical  script, through the magic of  her talent she becomes the  Indian child Agnes, torn  from her mother by a  heartless welfare worker.  Then she becomes the  mother, then a loud and  demanding foster mother, a  drunken biker, an Indian  cowboy wearing blue boots,  then again the teenage Agnes  by Jin Michael Sherman  Powell River - May 31/91  By 8pm the Powell River  Recreational Complex is as  full as it's going to get. They  expected about 2,000 to  show for James' show, but  they'll have to settle for  about 1500, predominantly  kids between 10 and eighteen, with a smattering of  over-30 geriatric cases.  They're excited and subdued  simultaneously, which might  have something to do with  the excessive number of  beefy authority figures on  hand to contain the celebration, but there's more to  it than inhibition.  Observed a youthful  scribe for the local paper  "This is the first bigtime rock  show to ever hit Powell  River. These kids just don't  know how to react yet to  something like this!" At the  moment "something like  this" meant show opener Bill  Henderson, veteran of the  rock wars and formerly the  musical heart and soul of  Chilliwack. Armed only  with   an   acoustic   guitar  Drop in for a  ��� YOGURT CONE  ��� Milkshake  ��� Espresso or Cappucino  Deli &  VARIETY is.!. FOODS  ?e BIGGEST Little Store  I  Gibsons Landing, (Past Ken's Lucky Dollar) 886-2936  things to do  on the sunshine coast  RENT-IT!  CAN ADi> INC.  886-2848  Canoe Rentals  Dally - Weekly - Monthly  5840 Inlet Ave. - Sechelt  THE TERRACE RESTAURANT  reQSJ Vwv ���* Jb, n    Bed & Bret-fur. & Campground  Y.��JgiaL-J>v      Rnuur-nt 886-2188; Office 886.281  sBROOKr  886-2887  Follow Gower Pt. Rd. to  Ocean Beach Esplanade  GIFTS   HUNTER GALLERY    GIFTS  r.-^ssA     handcrafted work by local -rruts  Paintings Fabric Art     Jewellery  Pottery Cards Prints  Upsrairs, Corner ojSchool St. Power Pr. Rds., qibsons        886-9022  SEA KAYAKING  JUNE EVENTS  ��� Summer Solstice Peddle - Sunday Eco Tow*  ��� "Eskimo Rolling" Workshop ��� June 13  ' Saturday Workshops ' please  "Day Tripping By Kayak" pre-rtglster  RENTALS - QROUP RATES 8*831-6  VISITORS  WELCOME  Bf  *** ^��8li  Lounge i Snack Bar ^^     Power Can Available  Hwy. 101,2 kmi. north ol Garden Bay tiimoff  Phone 883-9541  SUMMER TOURS  - -    _,       -    ,     Contact Plant Tour Guide  Howe Sound    w4.5_-._-1.-75  fit* 111 pern iiMitti    Advence bookings required  (equipped with a surface  pick-up), an amazing energy  and intensity, a clutch of  quality songs, and an excess  of guts, Henderson more  than held his own with a  crowd more likely to recognize his daughter (she of the  West End Girls) than himself. His spirited versions of  his classic "Fly By Night" and  a newer song called "Golan  Boys" ("1 wrote this while on  a trip to the Middle East")  were highlights of his 45-  minute set. The fact that  most in the crowd were  oblivious to the politicized  lyrics of the latter was of no  apparent consequence to  Henderson.  During intermission kids  milled around munching  O'Grady's chips, staging entirely informal and spontaneous fashion parades, sucking a little face and waiting  for what they'd come for -'  Colin James and a chance to  kick out the jams for ninety  minutes or so. Aller shelling  out roughly $20 for a ticket,  they managed to dredge up  an extra 20 or 30 loonies  (or more) for a wide array  of tee shirt, jewelry, and  other assorted rock merch.  But, as usual, and as is befitting the tribal, anarchic traditions of rock 'n roll, the  audience itself was as much  the show as the performers  they'd paid to see.  Colin James and his band  (drummer Daryll, keyboardist Rick, bassist Dennis and  saxman Johnny) hit the  stage with a crisp, no-nonsense attitude. They sustained it throughout a set  cleverly paced and drenched  in traditional madhouse,  bluesrock and boogie-woogie riffs,  runs, and fills.  Mariners' ^���if"  TAKE-OUT  British-style  FISH & CHIPS  ��� �� �� 12 ��� 7pm ��� ��� ���  886-9566  Marine Drive, Qibsons  (next to Mariners' Restaurant)   I Friendly Counlry Lagionl  (��Rr.beLS  \\tr Creek  LEGION  Branch 219  Friday, June 7 &  Saturday, June 8  Eichc*  a  iinale Jl  Friday Nite Dinner  Potluck  MMM. end bom tide Me."  gueete welcome 0^  Grilled New York Steak  Sal. Nighl Dinners  BINGO - TUES. EVENINGS  rue. 175063)  heading for Haight Ashbury  to become a hippy.  The story is of Agnes'  floundering efforts to find  her identity, never quite  feeling a part of either the  white or native world.  There are moments of  tragedy, hilarious humour,  and insight. Kane sings in a  variety of styles, she is  somehow able to let us see  the dancing of hundreds of  people at an Indian Pow  wow, she creates the  illusion of the inside of a  women's moon lodge.  The performance last  week in the new Raven's Cry  Theatre was part of the  opening festivities of the  House of Hewhiwus.  The audience gave her a  standing ovation. It was  justly earned.  Roger Handling and Robert Klnnard both received  Honourable Mentions for their paintings recently  exhibited at the Provincial Juried Exhibition, Images  and Objects IX. Shown Is regional coordinator Belinda  MacLeod presenting Kinnard with his certificate.  James rocks "the River1  James included a generous  sampling from his latest album ("Sudden Stop") and the  crowd response made it  abundantly clear that they  knew what they'd come for.  James' guitar playing is  still evolving, not surprising  given that at 26 he's a long  way from realizing his full  Continued on page 20.  Homeowners,  SUMMER'S HERE  Tha finest quality vinyl sundeck coating   l^!/'\]  available today  This year featuring early bird specials & discounts  for seniors  We would also like to welcome  John Richardson as our new  Road Manager  Call  VICKTERYDEC-K-INQ  883-2878 lor tree ���atlmelee  * >^ See You Soon!   ���_��_________________________________  ���M_______a______ CHANNEL ELEVEN  lteaday, June 4  6:45 A 8:50 pm  Cabfc Conncctluns  Nicole Qually produces Ihe fin.il edition  of Cable Connealons for the season The  production crew of students enrolled In  the broadcasting courses at Elphinstone  promise a special Information packed  program this week  7 pm  Student Forum  Surviving Child Sexual Abuse  Hanna Skytte Produced this look at  surviving child sexual abuse. Guest  panelists include psychologist Donna  Schmlrler, Marlcna Ochs, and RCMP  Constable Pat Murphy.  8 pm  Census Day  June 4,1991  The Canadian Census of Population and  Agriculture is the most Important source  of Information about Canada and  Canadians. This half hour Informative  show from Statistics Canada will answer  many of your questions about the census  Host Bob Spence talks with Norry  Ht/patrlck from Statistics Canada  H-Jupin  Cable Connections  Sec 6:45 pin  Thursday, June 6,1991  7pm  Talk To Your Local Government  Uve Phone In  Al Price hosts this month's edition of the  program that brings your local elected  representatives to your community  channel. Invited guests include SCRD  Area A Director Gordon Wilson, Gibsons  Mayor Uric Small, Sechelt Mayor Nancy  MacLarty and Sechelt Indian Government  Chief Tom Paul  8pm  The Carlcton University 1991 Debate  on Native Land Government  "Native Government, Sovereign  States?"  Originally broadcast live on CBC  Newsworld this program has been  provided by former Sechelt Chief Stan  Dixon who participated in the debate.  Also supporting self government In the  debate was Simon Brasconte, Adjunct  Research Professor, Sociology and  Anthropology, Carlcton University.  Debating for sovereignty were BUI  Wilson, Regional Vice Chief (BC)  Assembly of First Nations and Mary Ellen  Turpcl, assistant professor, Dalnousic  University Law School lite moderator  for the debate was Robin II Farquhar,  (^resident and Vice Chancellor, Carlcton  University.  SOUTH COAST FORD  We  COAST ACADEMY OF DANCE  A,      AND FINE ARTS  Classical Ballet  Modern Stage  National Dance  Mime and Drama  Creative Dance  Jazz  Syllabi  Royal Academy of Dancing, London, England  Imperial Society of Teachers of Dance  ��� Examinations  ��� Performances  ��� Creative, non-exam classes  ��� Limited class numbers  ��� Fully equipped dance studio  Nicola Stewart  Director  Applications are now being accepted for  SUMMER SCHOOL OF THE ARTS 1991  Please call Sue Thompson for further information:  885-2263  Studio: 5645 Wharf Avenue, Sechelt  Gibson- Location: St. Mary's Church Hall, Hwy. 101  Broadway  hits the  Coast  kf Hit- Ftrretttr  The Sunshine Coast Music  Society and their Artistic  Director Lyn Vernon deserve  accolades for their delightful  presentation of the  Broadway show last week  featuring the Soundwaves  Chorus and Orchestra. It is  hard to believe how much  fine local talent is on this  Coast until presented with a  Arts Beat  EXHIBIT  OPENS  Suzanne Biden makes  statements in three dimensions about her life, relationships with other people, and  with nature. She reaches Inside herself and tries to  make visible her thoughts  and feelings. She will  be present at a public reception at the Arts Centre on  Saturday, June 8 at 2 pm to  which all are invited for talk  well-designed program displaying these talents.  The choir set the mood  with their lively opening  number "No Business Like  Show Business* in a  Gershwin medley. The recently formed orchestra as  well as the choir did a  tremendous job with their  musical selections.  Each individual performer  did well and were appreciated by a full house  audience on both evenings.  The next show will be  looked forward to with  anticipation.  and refreshments.  The exhibition opens  Wednesday, June 5 and runs  to June 30, with gallery  hours from 11 to 4, Wednesday to Saturday, 1 to 4  Sunday.  ARTISTS  DEADLINE  Entries to the Arts Centre's  First Annual Young Artists  Awards must be delivered to  the Arts Centre by 4 pm  Friday, June 7.  Celebration Days update  The 1991 Juno Award winners "Bourne and McLeod" will  be appearing on June 28 in a concert atmosphere. This will  be the only musical event of the weekend with an admission  fee and will be a fund raiser for the next three days of free  entertainment.  The Entertainment stage on Saturday, Sunday and Monday  will be at Block 7 along with arts, crafts, food booths, pony  rides and much more.  The free entertainment over the weekend includes country  star Gerry King "the lotto BC guy" and more than 20 other  acts which range from Celtic to Rhythm and Blues.  r��M       Gibsons  13? Swimming Pool  Call 886-9415 tor further Inlormation  Monday . Wtdnaiday  Early Bird  Aqua-Fit  Parent. Tot  Noon Swim  Lessons  Swim Club  Lengths  Only/Masters  6:30-8:30  9:00-10:00  10:30-11:00  11:00-1:00  3:30-7:30  7:30-8:30  8:30-10:00  Early Bird  Aqua-Fit  Seniors Swim  Noon Swim  Swim Club  Public  Underwater  Hockey  Fridays  6:30-8:30  9:00-10:00  10:00-11:00  11:00-1:00  3:30-5:30  5:30-7:30  7:30  Tuesday . Thursday  Seniors Fitness  10:00-11:00  Seniors Swim  11:00-12:00  Adpl. Aquatics  2:30-3:30  Lessons  3:30-5:30  Adult Lessons  5:30-6:00  Public  6:00-8:00  Saturdays  Public 2:30-5:00  Public 7:00-8:30  Swim Club 12:00-1:00  Family  Public  Sundays:  1:30-3:30  3:30-5,00  LESSON SCHEDULE  Apr. 15 - May 16  July 1 - July 12  July 15 - July 26  POOL CLOSURES:  July 27 - Sept. 9  Publication of this  schedule sponsored by  SUPER VALU  Coast News, June 3,1991 13.  Use care when recycling  Recyclers are asked to carefully read the signs when  recycling.  Green glass is no longer accepted at the depot in  Vancouver, and Neil Clayton of Shop Easy is asking  that everyone make sure that only brown or clear glass  is put into the bins.  "The whole of our last shipment was refused  because someone had mixed up the colours in the  bins," he said. "We also have trouble with people  mixing up the tin and aluminum cans. It's jeopardising  the whole project, we can't pay people to police it."  Clayton repeats the advice on the signs, "When in  doubt, leave it out," and, he adds, "please take the  unacceptable items home for your own garbage  collection, not leave it on the floor at the depot, or in  the Shop Easy dumpsters."  Gatdeti Bat)  HOURS:  Friday. Saturday, Sunday. Monday & Tuesday  DINNER 5:30 PM - 9:30 PM  Sundav Brunch  10:00 AM- 2:00 PM  Located At Gower Point Rd. 6 Ocean Beach Esplanade  Reservations Recommended ��� 886-2188  WATCH FOR FATHER'S DAY SPECIALS  Dining  Guide  Your guide to the tinea In area dining  A listing ot restaurants and pubs  ANDY'S RESTAURANT  Feel the need for a change but finding that the high cost of travel is making travel prohibitive? Try a visit to Andy's Restaurant in Gibsons.  Fran and I found time for one of our rare lunches together last week and II was to Andy's we went. Theirs is a wondrous menu to  contemplate.  For the good solid stay-at-home Canadian types there Is the usual and some unusual selections of soups, salads, omelettes, hamburgers and  sandwiches. The pasla lover can find tortellini. ravioli, fettuclni, linguinl. Thai noodles and Meigrob.  Il is In the selection of other entrees that the cosmopolitan and International adventure which dining ai Andy's is revealed. Among the fish  entrees one can pick from Ca|un, Japanese, French, and Greek possibilities. Beef entrees include selections which are English. Spanish, Thai and French.  Among the chicken choices one can select from Thai, Chinese. Greek and French. English and Japanese flavourings appear under the pork selections.  Fran and 1 were in an exotic mood. From Ihe pasta menu she chose Meigrob, a selection of Thai noodles with sliced beef, shrimp, scallops  and assorted vegetables. I didn't want the dear woman travelling alone so, from the chicken entrees I selected Ihe spicy Thai chicken. Warning: let not  weaklings approach here.  Fran had a wonderful looking chocolate concoction for dessert. I didn't get many details because 1 was too busy applying vanilla ice cream to  burning lips and pallet.  For good taste, reasonable cost, and international adventure, dine oul at Andy's.    FAMILY DINING  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  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, pwa, Thai  food, and lots ol NEW dishes. Don't  miss Andy's great Brunch'Buffet every  Sunday from llam-3 pm. Hwy 101, Gibsons, 886-3388. Open 11-9, Sun. close-  Mondays, ll-IOTues.-Sai.  The Boat House Just a ferry ride  away in beauliful Horseshoe Bay, offering daily choices of fresh and Hash frozen  seafood from Ihe West, East and Gulf  Coasts as well as a variety of other  specialties. Join us after 3 pm for dinner  or for our spectacular Sunday Brunch,  served between 10:30 am and 2 pm.  Friendly service in a relaxed atmosphere  and fabulous meals are just some of the  reasons you'll keep coming back. If you  have an important rendezvous or a ferry  lo calch, please let us know and we'll  make the necessary accommodations. For  reservations call 921-8188. All major  credit cards accepted.  Cafe Pierrot- Comfortable almosphere with warm, helpful staff.  Homemade pastas, quiches and daily  spedab are all prepared with the freshest  ingredients - both healthful and delicious.  Our whole wheat bread and scrumptious  desserts are baked fresh daily, on Ihe  premises. Outside dining, uke out orders  for the beach and cappucino are  available. The Coast's b_tro...as unique  as the Coast itself. Mon. - Sat.  9am-5pm.Closed Sunday. Teredo  Square, Sechelt. Phone ahead for your  lunch! 8859962.  PAID ADVERTISEMENT  Coast dub Cafe- Bright, open,  casual dining for breakfast and lunch.  Fresh is Ihe order of the day for all of our  menu items. Big burgers, pasla dishes,  Mexican specials, sandwiches, salads and  a variety of daily features. With a European flair, the Coasl Club Cafe offers  dining al reasonable prices. Open from 6  am daily. Join us for weekend brunch.  5519 Wharf Ave., Sechdt, 885-9344.  Visa, Mastercard and American Express  accepted - seating for 60.  Frances' Dining Ixiunge - Join us  for family dining at Frances' Dining  lounge al Ihe Pender Harbour Hold on  Highway 101. The almosphere is comfortable, the staff warm and friendly, and  the menu excellent. We are open Monday  to Friday 6:30 am lo 10 pm and Salurday  and Sunday 8 am to 10 pm. Friday and  Saturday arc Prime Rib nights; look for  other greal specials on Sunday; try our  smorgasbord Tuesday and Wednesday  nights. Enjoy a view of the harbour and  remember that private panics can be arranged. Call 883-9330.  Haid-A-Way Restaurant- Bring the  whole family and join us for greal dining  at the Haid-A-Way Restaurant in Gibsons Motor Inn, on Hwy. 101 at Park  Rd. Our friendly, helpful staff and warm,  pleasant almosphere will add to your enjoyment of our excellent breakfast, lunch  arid dinner menu, which includes a  children's section. We're open Sun. to  Wed. from 5:30 am until 9 pm, arid  Thurs. to Sat. from 5:30 am until 10 pm.  Sunday our regular breakfast menu is offered from 5:30-10 am. In addition we offer a fabulous Sunday Buffet Brunch, 11  am - 2:30 pm, featuring a scrumptuous  salad bar, wilh a large selection of hot and  cold dishes and dessens. Eat to your  heart's content. Reservations 886-4501.33  scab plus banquet room.  The Omega Pizza, Steak And  Lobster House - With a perfect view  of Gibsons marina, and a good time atmosphere, Ihe Omega is a people  watcher's paradise. You'll often see  Bruno Gerussi, former star of the  Beachcombers, dining here. Menu in-  dudes pizza, pasta, steaks and seafood.  Steaks and seafood are thdr specialties  Banquet facilities available. Very special  children's menu. Average dinner for two:  $20. Reservations recommended. l-ocaied  in Gibsons Landing at 1538 Gower Poinl  Rd. 886-2268. Open for Lunch Mon.  -Fri., 11:30-2:30; Dinner Daily 4-9 pm,  Fri. ft Sal., 'til 10 pm.  The Parthenon Greek Tavema  Located on the esplanade in downtown  Sechdt. 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. _  Sal., II am - II pm. We are open for  lunch - try our daily luncheon specials.  Lunch is served from II am - 3 pm.  Reservations recommended. We also  have take-out - pizza, ribs, pasta, Greek  food and much morel 883-1995 or  885-2833. Katherina - Hostess.  Vllage Restaurant - Cozy family  style cafe with an extensive menu featuring special pasla dishes, steak and seafood  dinners. Come in and check out our daily  lunch and dinner specials or have breakfast anyiime. Saturdays are Prime Rib  nights. Fully licenced. Open 7 days a  week, Mon. - Thurs., 7 am to 8 pm; Fri.,  Sal., * Sun., 7 am lo 9 pm. 5665 Cowrie  Street, Sechelt. 885-9817. Visa ft Mastercard accepted.  Creek House - Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated yet  casual atmosphere. We serve rack of  lamb, duck, crab, clams, scallops, steaks,  also daily specials. Reservations recommended. Roberts Creek Road and Beach  Avenue - 885-9321. Open 6 pm. Dosed  Mondays ft Tuesdays. V. MC. 40 scats.  laord Jim's Resort Hotel - A tranquil view of Thoimanby Island and the  Malaspina Sirails 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 lo  remember. Wilh live musk in our lounge  every weekend and reasonable room rates  Backeddy Pub ��� Enjoy the natural  beauty of Jervis Inlet whik tasting 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 ap-  paite. Pub hours: Sun. lo Thurs., 11:30  am to 11:30 pm, Fri. ft Sat., II am to  dosing. Kitchen hours: 11:30 am to 7:30  pm seven days a week. Backeddy Pub  -located Vi mile north of Egmont on  MapkRoad.  Cedars Neighbourhood Pub -  Great food every day all day. Appetizers  and full menu along with terrific daily  specials, available 'till 9 pm every night.  We're known for our great atmosphere  and good times. Sun. - Thurs. open 'iill  nw-iight, Fri. ft Sal. open 'till 1 am.  Vita, Mastercard and reservations accepted. 8164171.  Irvine's Landing Pub - Dinner  menu offers a variety of appetizers and  entrees featuring local produce and fresh  seafood In a relaxed setting wilh ocean  with a healed swimming pool and games  room, all our guests feci at home and at  case. So, for a night oul or a gel-away  weekend give us a call. Starting June 15,  summer hours for ihe restaurant will be:  Breakfast - Lunch, K am to 2 pm; Dinner  5:30 pm lo 10 pm; seven days a week. For  reservations or more information call  885-7038.  The Wharf     open lor breakfast,  lunch and (linnet seven days a week.  Breathtaking ocean *icv. and sunsets  limn every tabic. ('ontlnental cuisine and  seafood al ils txM Sunday Brunch from 8  am - 2 pm. lully licensed and air-  conditioned. Dinner reservations recommended. Hwy. 101, Davis Bay. 885-7285.  view. Average dinner for two, $30.  We're now open 7 days a week, 11 am to  11 pm wilh our kitchen open from 11 am  lo 10 pm. Pender Harbour, 883-1145,  MC, V, Fully licensed.  Sechelt Legion Branch #14�� - One  of the best bargains on Ihe Coast every  Friday night is the fabulous barbequed  steak dinners served from 6 lo 8 pm for  only $6.50. Dinner includes a 6 oz. top  sirloin steak served with your choice of  baked potato (with all the garnishes) or  delicious potato salad. Also induded is a  green salad with choice of dressings and  garlic bread. Lunch is served Monday lo  Friday from 11 am to 2 pm. Daily specials  are featured along with a regular menu  lhal includes chicken strips, burgers and  sandwiches. Thursday is Fish ft Chips  day, featuring a full order of Ihe tastiest  fish and chips wilh cok slaw for only  $4.55. Take oul orders available. Members and guests welcome. 5S9I Wharf  Street, Sechdt. 885-9922.  FINE DINING  Mariners'  Restaurant - On the  waterfront with one of the most spectacular views in Gibsons, the Mariners'  specializes in fresh and live seafood, and  also offers a full range of lunch and din'  ner entrees. Both menus change daily,  with delicious daily specials. Marine  Drive, Gibsons Landing, 886-2334. Mon  day to Saturday: lunch 11-3, Monday to  Saturday: Dinner 5-10 and Sunday 5-9,  Sunday Brunch 11-3. 100 scats. V. M.C.  Hie Terrace at BonnJebrook-w.th  an ocean panorama, The Terrace at Bon'  niebrook, located on (he waterfront at  Gower Point, offers superb West Coast  cuisine in a picturesque and relaxing lodge  setting. For those seeking finer dining and  a higher standard of service we offer fresh  local BC food, expertly prepared and  presented in a varied menu of appetizers,  entrees and desserts for lunch and dinner.  Follow Gower Point road to Ocean Beach  Esplanade. Our hours are: Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday & Tuesday, Dinner��� 5:30-9:30 pm; Sunday Brunch  I0em-2pm. To book special events,  please call 886-2887.  EAT IN   TAKE OUT  Emie A Gwen's Drive In- Take  out, or delivery. Pizza, dinners, salads,  burgers, chicken, desserts, drinks, ice  cream. Free home delivery wilhin 4 miles,  after 5 pm only, on $10 minimum orders.  Small charge for orders under $10. Hwy.  101, Gibsons. 886-7813.  _______  .  _ ^ a___aaj____.J_-._-   ' �����-'~-  -j..|-. ,--��!. 14.  Coast News, June 3,1991  SPORTS  FOR YOU  885 3930 8862622  CONGRATULATIONS SECHELT INDIAN BAND  ffl  is pleased  to be part of  your dream  Softball hits halfway mark  As the Men's Softball season closes in on the  halfway mark several teams are showing the  talent and desire to win it all this season.  In Division One the Cedars Pub has raced  out to a big lead by winning all seven of their  starts. Trail Bay Sports and Wakefield Ion are  locked in a don "Bin l(lr second place with  Wakefield holding the edge by virtue of their 4-  3 win on opening night.  Wildwind tagging has split a bunch of close  Cedars Inn     games but remains in the thick of the playoff  walked hunt. Fred's Autohody (formerly the Beach  away with      Buoys) have struggled to find their form,  a last winning only two of their first seven games but  Inning 3-2       are looking to turn it on in the second half.  win over Both Weldwood and the Warriors got off to  Bayside slow starts but have recently recorded their  after a first wins and arc looking at improving their  close records as the season continues.  fought. In Division Two. Roberts Creek leads with  pop-fly Ihe league's only oilier perfect record at 5-0,  game. but the defending champion, Bayside Millers,  Joel are hot on their heels, Baysidc's only loss  Johnstone coming courtesy of the Creekers.  photo These teams play each other again so this  race figures to go right down to the wire. BA  Blacktop is comfortably in third place despite  an up and down season so far. Gilligans  Wetsox and the Brewers have both struggled so  far this season but still are only two points out  of the last playoff spot.  The new kids on the block, Ron's  Contracting, are still looking to break into the  win column despite playing some very close  games with some of the better teams. Hang in  there guys, it's gonna come!  In touch with  the Sunshine Coast  Mountain fm Radio  107.5        presents        104.7  tfk fiummGA (jWusic Cawp  AT CHATELECH HIGH SCHOOL (AUG 6-17)  REGISTRATION FORM  (i-#-dllr-i<��wt-0,1W1)  Name:   Address:   Phone #:   Age:   Instrument:   What School do you attend?:   How long have you been playing?:...  -Registration Fee is $10  -Registration is limited to 30 students  -Classes are held Mon. to Fri. in the Band  Room at Chatelech High School  commencing Tuesday, Aug. 6  -For further information contact Chatelech  High School at 665-3216  ���Mail Registration Form to Chatelech High  School, Box 1430, Sechelt.  ���Make cheques payable to Mln. FM Summer  Music Camp.  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson f��********, Na����� *aa  D..III.  Ca._dai.a4 Tla-a. 1 *>��� * mln- "����� �� ��*- ���* "���* n���',',  Pacific Standard Time   am��mm i��..��,����i i.��  Seabird  assr.  RENTALS LTD  NaMSalt-n  .... m, _��� MM-fl nWHffl  Roofing Nallflfi    Harawooal Floof Nmm  Ca�� (or QUOTES on NAIl STOCK  Far baUdl, Smco, Faa-da, ak.  Yacht Club  calls for  The Gibsons Yacht Club  clubhouse and Marine  Centre will be constructed  during 1991 on the property  owned by the Yacht Club,  situated adjacent to the  Gibsons Marina. The building will be two stories totally 4,600 sq. ft. containing  a lounge/dining area, meeting rooms, marine centre  and facilities for junior  members.  The Club passed a motion  from  the  Building Com  mittee approving the call for  tenders at the bi-monthly  meeting last Tuesday.  The new Clubhouse plans  have been completed by  Richard Williams and have  been approved. The motion  to proceed was greeted with  much enthusiasm as many  members have worked long  and hard to see this day.  Tenders for the foundations  are being accepted by the  Building Committee head,  Fred Rainer.  Tournament this  weekend  by Mark Benson  There will be a 20 team  Mixed Slo-Pitch Tournament  sponsored by the Cedars  Pub this weekend primarily  at Brothers Park in Gibsons.  Games begin at 6:30 pm  Friday June 7, at Brothers  and Cliff Gilker Parks.  Games get under way at 8  am on Saturday, June 8 on  all three fields at Brothers  with the last games starting  at 6:30 pm. On Sunday, June  9, games begin at 8 am with  the semi-finals at 2:30 pm  and the final set for 4 pm.  A record 20 teams [13  local and seven from off the  Sunshine Coast) will  compete for over $1000 in  prize money.  Teams will be dispersed  into four pools of five teams  wilh each team playing each  other team in their rt  spective pools and the  winners of the pools advancing to the Semi-finals on  Sunday.  Teams visiting the  Sunshine Coast will be past  champions, Dewdney  Slough, plus Garoos Paint,  and OK Tire from Mission.  The Elks and SuperValu will  be sending teams from  Squamish. The Silver Bullets  will be coming from North  Vancouver and Mathers  Construction will be here  from Richmond.  All local teams except  GBS will be represented  while the Ball Blasters, who  have won this Tourney the  last two years running will  he hard pressed to make it  three in a row.  Come out and cheer on  your favourite team and help  us keep the trophy on the  Sunshine Coast where it  belongs.  Coast Flies Presents...Garry Berdahl  Saturday, |une 8th  For A Fly Tying  Demonstration^  i.e<_  ,n��  A*  o��'^rt  t��'  W  0����w  And On  Sal., lune 15  join  John Alvarez  ^^J      For A  Fly Casting Clinic  Father's Day Specials  ALL WEEK UJNEB-1'.  ��� Lazer Rod & Reel Combination  Reg. $142.00  NOW  $105.00  k ��� All Sue Burgess Braided Leaders  Reg. $8.95  NOW $5.00    <j^___tL___  Coast Flies  FLYfJSHING & FLY TYING EQUIPMENT  SUNNYCREST MALL  886-8085  Cedars in  second place  by Mark Benton  a\fter completion of the  first half of the schedule [13  games], the Cedars Pub team  has moved up to second  place with a record of 11  wins - two losses in the  Mixed Slo-Pitch league.  The Ball Blasters are still  undefeated in first place  with a perfect record of 13  wins - no losses, but will be  harder pressed in the second  half.  List week the Cedars beat  Stenner's Thunderbolts by a  score of 12-9. Joe Musgrove  hit a timely home-run late in  the game to secure the win.  Jeff Carwithen with a  home-run was the lop player  for fourth place Stenner's.  Gibsons Auto Body defeated A&G Contracting by a  score of 13-8. The game was  tied at 6-6 in the fifth inning  but consistent safe hitting by  GAB helped them pull  ahead.  Pitcher, Carson Stanley  scored four times while the  Coast New's own Kim  Currie scored twice in a  winning cause.  Merv McKtllop smacked a  home-run and Judy Eastman  Continued on page 1$.  Focus  on  Fishing has been considered EXCELLENT  around Pender Harbour, Texada, Lasqueti &  Secret Cove.  SPRINGS from 10-20 lb.  Success in morning bite, fishing's done by 9 am.  SCOTTY ROD HOLDER  $15.99  Your Fishing Reporl sponsored by  THE COAST NEWS and TRAIL BAY SPORTS  TopGim  Sports Cards  #8 Seaview Plaza  next in Blue Wave Taxi  Tuesday -Sunday, 11-6  886-9332  SUMMER FLAG  Organizational  Meeting  Elphinstone School  7 pm     Tuesday, June 4  Oontaot David  ���t8M-MU  &  NEW TO TRAIL BAY SPORTS  >AT  THE TOP   c5kT  BOTTOM COAT  Marine Growth Retardant  ,c"'owinnfi;-i">'''  \  Sea Coat-  Slick, Safe,  Sensational!  End hours ol scraping and  sanding with SEA COAT, the amazing antifoulant  that is easy lo use, safe for the environment and  durable. In use since 1980, SEA COAT has won  the approval of boat owners everywhere.  "Almost a year after applying SEA COAT, It was  possible to simply hose down the hull to remove  a tenuous layer of growth that neither affected  the hull performance nor clung to the surface."  Editor, Diver Magazine, July 188.  Now that's performance!  TRAIL BAY  SPORTS  MON - THURS & SAT I  FRIDAY .9-9  SUNDAY  10-4 Coast News, June 3,1991  15.  Kent ruth rr lUliru  S YEARS AGO  Two candidates in Seche,; s  upcoming election 'squared oil"  over Ihe commercial  development of loreshore  property. Nancy MacLarty and  Henry Hall were al odds over  Hall's use ot a backhoe In the  commercial development ol a  foreshore lease near the arena.  In previous weeks MacLarty  had perched In the bucket ol  Hall's backhoe to prevent him  Irom rearranging Ihe loreshore  below her property on Gale  Road.  10 YEARS AGO  Teredo Street, Ihe proposed  by-pass route through Sechelt,  was closed down lasl week due  to raised manhole covers,  excessive dusl and complaints  by residents and local businesses  along Ihe road.  Gibsons and District  Chamber ol Commerce elected  Barry Reeves as ils president lor  1981-82 at a meeling held on  Thursday, June 4. Reeves was  elected by acclamation.  IS YEARS AGO  The Gibsons Heights and  Wesl Gibsons Heights Rale-  payers Association have come  out strongly against any move  by Ihe Committee on  Government and Gibsons  Council that would work towards ihe possible amalgamation ol Regional Areas E and  F Into the Village ol Gibsons.  Gibsons Volunteer Fire  Department, in a lengthy  agenda, outlined Iheir concerns  with the village's waler supply  and distribution at the council  meeling Tuesday. Hydrant  location and installation were  other problems discussed. Slow  rate flows In areas of Ihe village  were reported to be ol  unsatisfactory amounts lo  handle lires.  25 YEARS AGO  Sechelt's Centennial project,  a public library, has been  approved by Ihe lederal-  provlncial governments with Ihe  Centennial authorities providing  $2160 and local authorities,  $1890.  One hundred and ninety-one  men attended a meeling called  by Pulp and Paper Workers ol  Canada in Gibsons Legion Hall.  The purpose ol the meeting was  to hear both sides ol Ihe union  argument. One side seeks a  breakaway Irom Ihe International and lo lorm a Canadian  union. The other side prefers to  remain with International. No  decision was reached, but the  heated meeling did what It set  out to do, supply Inlormation.  35 YEARS AGO  Considerable criticism can be  heard in Ihe Pender Harbour  area and Irom others who were  involved in Ihe manner In which  the Ruby Lake lite was allowed  lo get out ol control. According  lo those al the scene, it could  have been contained the first  night, bul Ihey were lold to go  home and the forestry agent  would handle II in Ihe morning.  Real estate is really hopping  in these parts. George Hopkins  of Tolem Really reports  receiving a listing ol property  one day lasl week al 1:10 pm It  was sold by 1:18 pm.  45 YEARS AGO  On Mason Road In Wesl  Sechell, there are tow bad spots  over which some queer things  have happened. First of all we  pestered Ihe government lor six  months and finally Ihey sent us a  man on a grader to fix the road.  He was received like Admiral  Halsey going inlo Japan. Night  came, the rain came and the  road disappeared. I olten  wonder that on Saturday nights  some ol Ihe boys don't sink into  it, and lhal we don't find them  on Sunday mornings with their  faces slicking oul ol Ihe mud  and Iheir ears holding Ihem up. I  understand II nearly swallowed  the grader. (Excerpt trom  Margaret Allen's column.)  The Howe Sound Transport  wishes lo announce that they  have incorporated under a new  name, Sea Bus Lines Ltd. The  Coates Waler Ltd. owns 10 per  cent and the olher 90 per cent  is owned solely by Gordon  Ballentyne and George Frith.  Wed., June 5/91  Action: Alcohol . Drug Counselling  Society Annual General Meeting al Ihe  ' offices of Ihe Aclion Sociely. Sechell  Info: 885-5680 during business  hours.  Thurs., June 6/91  Lidies Fellowship Spring Tea featuring Stephanie Fast (she has an amazing life story!). Bethel Baplisl Church.  7 pm Kids lashion show by Zippers.  Collee and dessert. Admission $3  Info: Hilda, 885-3386; Manly  885-9065.  Bind Concert: Elphinstone Sec. Band  and Nanaimo Dislricl Sec. Band in  concert. 7:30 pm. Elphinstone Gym.  Third Annual Elphinstone Student AH  Show & Sale. Elphi Caleteria, 7:30  pm. Also. Elphinstone Textiles  students fashion show.  Fri., June 7/91  Tien Drop-In Gibsons Outreach.  Videos, ping-pong, collee, lea.  snacks, games. 7 lo II pm. Kinsmen  Hall, Dougal Park. Late bus provided  by Gibsons Bus Service.  Story Hour 10 am. Communily Hall,  5123 Davis Bay Rd  Sit., June 8/91  Innirwovtn praianls in concert Irom  Ihe Hawaiian Isles. 'Music Irom Ihe  Heart'. Wesley Furumoto - Island  Songs - Guitar and Vocals. Tickets. $7  al Ihe door. $5 in advance. Call  866-9621. Davis Bay Hall. 7:30 pm.  Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 109,  Glbtoni Ladles' Auxiliary Veterans  Pub Night. Legion Hall. 8:30pm to  12:30am. Music: Peler London.  Tickets.   $7 50   each   al   Bar   &  <l00,' Sun.. June 9/91  Attention: En-NWT Raildenli 5th Annual Picnic. 12 noon lo 8 pm. Bear  Creek Provincial Park, Kelowna. BC.  Bring your own lunch and  refreshments. Contact: Al Hall, (604)  764-2347; H. Gllck, (604) 768-2158  Sunihini Coait Uiiaril Association  general meeting, 2 pm, Gordon  Wilson's ollice. 5522 Wharl St.,  Sechelt.  Cameo Singlet Club brunch, 1 pm.  For Inlo call 885-7524 or 886-7054.  Man., Juno 10/91  Sunshine  Coait  Peace  Committee  meeling at  Roberls Creek School  library. An NFB video, Children al  Wart  will   be  shown.   Everyone  WSlCOtTlB  Public Meeling: Future uie ol St.  Aldan's Church Site Roberls Creek  Rd. The church invites your participation and ideas. 7:30 pm at St. Aidan's  Church Hall.  Wad., June 12/91  Sumhlne Coait Hum Support Society  Annual General Meeting. 7:30 pm in  Ihe Home Support Ofice, Room 202,  Teredo Square, Sechelt. Everyone  welcome.  Thura., junt 13/91  RNAIC dinner meeling, 6:30 pm, Blue  Heron. Please reserve by June 10.  Guesl speaker.  Sal., June 15/91  Artists 4 Craftspeople will be displaying their handmade items today and  Sunday Irom 10 am to 4 pm at the  town parking lot next lo the old firehall  in Gibsons Landing. There are still  spaces available. Call Nancy at  Richards. 886-2116.  Wed., June 19/91  Gibsons   Outreach   Teen   Centre  meeting.   All  welcome.   7:30   pm.  Gussy's at  Ihe Sunnycresl  Mall.  Please use rear enhance.  Sal., June 29/91  Artists a Craftspeople will be displaying Iheii handmade items today and  Sunday Irom 10 am to 4 pm al the  town parking lot next to the old firehall  in Gibsons Landing. There are still  spaces available. Call Nancy at  Richards. 886-2116.  MISCELLANEOUS  Plastic Pom Poms lor weddings,  parades & parties, elc. 21 assorted  colours, 20' each. Made by Sechelt  Sr. Citizens, proceeds to go toward  Ihe new Seniors' centre. Phone  885-9392 or 885-2585.  Tuesdays  Sexual Abuse Survivors Group - every  Tuesday. 7 lo 9 pm at the Aclion  Socieiy   Ollice.   Contact   Deborah.  885-5680.  Pino Pong Anyone? Gibsons Table  Tennis Club meets every Tuesday. 7  -10 pm in the Elphinstone School  Cafeteria. Open to all ages & skill  levels. For more inlo call 886-2775.  Sumhlne Com Breast Feeding Support Group informal drop-in meetings  on Ihe third Tuesday ol each month.  885-2332 or 886-2457 lor more Inlormation.  Wednesdays  Taiitttiiitiri  International  -meel  every 2nd & 4lh Wed. al 7:30 pm al  Greenecourt. Mike, 885-3323 lor further Inlormation.  Thurdiys  Birth Control Clinic al Coasl Garibaldi  Health Unit. 494 S. Fletcher, Gibsons  every Thurs. Irom 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  every other Thursday afternoon at the  Sechelt Health Unit. The purposes ol  "New Beginnings" are for making  Iriends. sharing information and  ideas, support and encouragement-  tor someone to talk to. If you wish further inlormation (and for next meeting  dale) call 885-5164.  3d Weight Lou Support Group  meets every Thursday evening, 6:45  to 8 pm at the United Church, Glass-  lord Rd., Gibsons. Inlo: 886-7159.  Fridays  United Church Thrift Shop -in basement ol church oil Truman Rd., open  Fridays, 1-3 pm.  Tha Secheh Public Library will be open  every Friday Irom 1 lo 5 pm.  Saturdayi  Artlili ( Crafts People display & selling space is available In Gibsons Landing. Saturdays and Sundays. For Information phone 886-2470 or  886-2116.  Sundays  Thl Sunshine Coast Stamp Club - will  be meeting every second Sunday at  Rockwood Lodge at 7:30 pm. Phone  885-3381 or 885-7088 lor further Inlormation. Open lor all ages.  GOLF  CLUB  by Frank Namoa  The Senior Men had a  turn out of 69 on May 30  and enjoyed a scramble with  (believe it or not] the shortest drive used to determine  the first shot. Walt McMillan  with Tor Orre, Andy |the  great) Gray, and Lome  Granger took top honours. I  believe Lloyd Breeden Ted  Debruyn, Frank Taber and  Chuck Barnes were second  but couldn't read Dave's  writing.  John Petula, Al Boyes,  George Kuhata, Bill Grant  and Doug Gillet walked  away with the wood.  Be certain to sign up for  the Milsted Eclectic now.  The dates are Thursday June  6 and 13 at the usual times.  The mixed twilight event  hail 39 players out with  Maureen Partridge and  Harry Johnson in first place  with low net of 18. Mary  Everson and Les Cowley in  second and Barbara  Bradshaw third. The low  putts prize was won by  Henny Hagedorn and Bill  Clark 1161 The special event  was longest drive on the  13th hole and was won by  Susan Keeping. She took  home the prize donated by  J's Unisex Hair.  The 9-hole ladies completed their 9 hole tournament with Jan Robertson  winning and Thelma  Manning runner up. The  low net for Ihe day was  Marg Bevan. The lowest  score on the hidden hole  had Marg, Bevan and Adie  Gay ton tieing.  Harbour  Publishing  /Check It Out  A program featuring local writers  June 6th at 10 pm  on  The Knowledge Network  Channel 3  Pender golf news  bt/DawGhatr.  This week the competition was Tic Tac Toe for the  ladies. Tied for first with 13  points was Carol Held and  Moni Langham; second  place tie was Joyce Reid and  Elli Marcinkowski with 11  points, and a three way tie  for third at ten points were  Evelyn Tapio, Jacquie  Hooper and Joan Mclntyre.  Flaying from the whites  on #1 saw Cathy McQuitty  chip in for a birdie and Vera  Belland also had a birdie on  #2. The Ladies Seniors  started tournament play on  May 23 with 18 golfers. As  the tournament progresses  we will keep you informed,  congratulations are in order  to Moni Langham for breaking 90 during the month of  April.  MEN'S DAY  1st low gross, George  Langham; 2nd low gross,  Jim Menzies; 1st low net,  Bill Lawrenttk; 2nd low net,  Ted Dohrindt; closest to the  pin #3, Ed Roop; #6, Carl  Rietze. Men's Match Play fi  Continued from page 14.  supplied speed on the base  pads for A&G.  THIS WEEKS GAMES  Monday, June 3, Wrecks  vs Pigs at Langdale S; Blasters  vs A&G at Brothers #2;  Yahoos vs GAB at Langdale  N.  Tuesday, June f, Creeker's  vs Commuters at Langdale  N; GAB vs Stenner's at  Langdale S.  Wednesday, June 5,  Creeker's vs RCVFD at Cliff  Gilker; Cedars vs Spin-offs at  Brothers #3; Blasters vs  Wrecks at Langdale N.  Thursday, June 6, Commuters vs A&G at Langdale  N; Blasters vs Scumby's at  Langdale S.  Cedars Tournament, June  7, 8 & 9 at Brothers Park.  EXTRAS  IMPORTS  ?e*t6tttAtt}  ��� Crystals  ��� Beads  ��� Healing  Stones  , now located in  the back of  -imr^v  Extras  ftctrajA imports  * 885-6460  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  Hours: 10-5, Mon.-Sal.  REMEMBER:  If you're going to  gamble with your  SEPTIC TANK  a flush  is better  than a  full house, f     M)  B0NNIEBR00K  INDUSTRIES ltd     |  ax taattc Tank Pumping  Aik For Lucky Larry 886-7064|  nalists will commence this  week matching Jay Deyman  against Bobo Sogansky.  Good luck men.  Monday's Fingerfood  Twilight saw Neil Reeder  with partner Cathy McQuitty  have an outstanding chip in  on good old #8 as some of  us call it: for a par. 1st low  Continued on page 20.  HAPPY  HOLIDAYS  New & Used  ��� Motorhomes  ��� Sth Wheels  ��� Truck campers  * AT SPRING PRICES  Happy Holidays  Molorhome Rentals  Sales & Service Ltd.  P.O. Box 542, Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0  TEL: (604) 886-9025 or 8864481  FAX (604) 886-9534  ^^^^~  Whany��>jr;��  CALL"  Sunshine Coast  'ICES  DIREC  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  SUNSHINE KITCHEN'  ��� CABINETS ���  aae-9411  sjsrtomoom Kern's Plaza.Hwy 101!  Opan Tuesday to Saturday 10-4 pm)  MARINE SERVICES  maMt-    CottrelPs Marine Service'  Vni SERVICE TO Al I  MAKES  ^     IMS       Specializing in Marc. Outboard  rT^^^^^nW.       * stern _ri��_ rebuilding  DIVER '^ms*   Loca,ed a|  BOAT ^f Smltty's Marina, Gibsons  .HAULING 'SHOP 886-3005    RES. 885-5840 .  Custom Cabinets  KITCHEN CABINETS  BATHROOM VANITIES ��� OFFICE  BUILTINS ��� CUSTOM MILLWORK  Pster Sugars 886-2231  LANDSCAPING  MISC. SERVICES  9eJtK Homimk  Refrigeration &       ___  Appliance Service  PRATT RD.        886-9959  MAID IN THE SHADE  House Cleaning  HOURLY & FLAT RATES  EXPERIENCED & BONDED  CLEANING PRODUCTS SUPPLIED  Glbaona ISachalt     686-6419     Kann  For All Seasons  Genera! Garden  Maintenance  Soil Kepi-rii-ion ��� Transplanting  ��� iaRi.dscaping .        "V'  Prompt and Cnurteoufi Service    Tel: 886-8521  fe�� Hjorkflijire (Sariiener  m(."A Geneul Garden Maintenance  ^ ���      Lawn Care ��� Landscaping ��� Pruning  )}\' Rockeries  Senior's Discount ��� Friendly Service  Fred 886-3526    .  MARINE SERVICES  u * Salt Water Licen.-fsajt-j,^-  * Motel _ Campsites * Water Taxi :.-*-  * Marine Repairs      * Ice and Tackle  /88S-2266  Bu  mccaneer  Marina cV Resort Ltd  Located in Secret Cove 885-7B86  MARINE SPECIALISTS 21 YEARS  PARTS - SALES - SERVICE -REPAIRS  K * C Tharmoglass S^ \l^i-*\  Cobra Baals now   asm     >_..--__.��"  In-Stock  li'.M.MIJ.s'i  [OUTBOARDS!  COAST NEWS  * Photo  Reprints  ^    5X7    9.00  8xio 12.00  any published photo or your  choice from the contact sheets  COAST  WATER HAULING  4x4, 2000 Gallon Self Loader  High Pressure Discharge, Spray Bar  DAVID GROOM - 886-3412. Glbec-m, B.C.  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE  Custom Cutting ��� Planing  Bevel Siding - Posts & Beams  Chris Napptr 886-3468  RAM, S6, C78,  Qlbaona, B.C. VON 1V0  WEST COAST RAILINGS ^  Serving the Sunshine Coast  Aluminum Railing.  | Commercial ft Residential Inatallall-tte  Speclal-lng In Glaaa ft Aluminum  u���.255<, -FREE ESTIMATES-  UN ROBINSON   ,  Sich.il. B.C. VON SAO . Ph: 885-4070 J  { CHAINSAWS  SALES & SERVICE  KELLY'S LAWNMOWER &  CHAINSAWLTD.  _   73iN6RTHRoaP eee^izj  Tina Davison   Fax: (604) 8-6-4969  '"r^SS"      Phone.     886-9100  ABSOLUTE ACCOUNTING  MANUAL OR COMPUTERIZED BOOKKEEPING  PAYROLL ��� MONTHLY STATEMENTS  aa_a__  aMM  aaa��ama_______-������������������������������- 16.  Coast News, June 3,1991  Sunshine Coast  ICES  D1RECT  Whon you wtfrt thi Job 40110 ttpiti  CALL THESE EXPERTS  Industrial     AUTOMOTIVE      Marine  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd.  1061 Hwy. 101, Gibsons, B.C. 886-8101  Mon Fri Ms Sat. M, Sun. 10-3  ���gajTSECHELT RADIATORS'   ���   Complete Cooling System Service Centre  tie Rep,��� (1 Replace Rads, Heater Cores & Gas Tanks  AUTOS  TRUCKS TRACTORS INDUSTRIAL MARINE  New, Used . Rebuilt  4349 S.C. Hwy.     Pic* Up _ tammy Mon. ��� Sal.  Ne��i lo Wnson Creek Cnevion Station 885-7986_i  BLDG. CONTRACTORS  R&K CONTRACTING  ��� Framing  ��� Forming  Specialists       ��� Renovations  ���    _  . .Additions  tree Estimates  Rob ��� 885-7072  NEED THIS SPACE?  Call the COAST NEWS  at 886-2622 or 885-3930  Rottluff Drywall*  Residential & Commercial  TOM  686-9691  BRENT  866-9495  DIRECT DRYWALL SYSTEMS  BOARDING - TAPING - TEXTURED CEILINGS  New Homes & Townhouses - Additions ��� Renovations  PROMPT PROFESSIONAL SERVICE ��� FREE ESTIMATES  Cellular 671-3754 Home 8.6-9635  Ron Hovflen Gerald R McConnell  TOM'S  Electrical A Plumbing  Residential ��� Commercial  mn miMMTif  CONTRACTORS LIC. NO. 0644  886-3344 �� 886-3364 J  Bllolda ��� Scraana ��� Qaragt Doore ��� Pr.huno Doora ��� Wlndowa  Highway 101 a Prall Rd.     ����ul HAMILTON  ,     Olbaona, B.C. VON 1V0 .,  V ah-i��iaaa-7aaa Fa��:aaa-am  M.J.J. VINYL SIDING  Soffits, FASIA, Shultara  Stone _ Brick  Fred Cocker P.O. Box 1596  ILeave Message) Sochelt, B.C.  Phone 885-6065 V0N3A0  ALPINE TRUSS  Buss: 886-883. _^^ Res 886-8801  .COMPETITIVE  PRICES  Iruaata made bara on tha lunahlnt Coaat  Money apart at homa stays at homa.  WW j/Se.Res:  A _ T ENTERPRISES: Conatruotlon lervlees  Seining The Coast Since I9AS  ��� CUSTOM HOMES  ��� ADDITIONS  ��� RENOVATIONS  ������������*���*���  t. wono. aox m. oisions, i.e. von ivo  HUDSON'  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  ��� RENOVATIONS AND REMODELLING  ��� CUSTOM OECKS AND FENCINGI  ��� SERVICE AND REPAIR WORK  ��� 15 YEARS EXPERIENCE  ROOFING  Specializing in all types ol  FREE      commercial . residential roofing  ESTIMATES 886-2087 eves. JtHSZ  'QuaUttj Suitten  RENOVATIONS 6 ADDITIONS  OCHERAL B-L0CR8  .FIOOIIINO .CERAMIC IIU  ���D-CK-OAHAQEa        .FENCINO  aOCSrWIN- a OMFTIHO BERVKES  sMtme.eemm BRUCE GIESBRECHT MO-7708  Ashward Contracting  ���** rtiiAi itv untie  QUALITY HOME  BUILDING & IMPROVEMENTS  PLAN DESIGN & DRAFTING  Foi Estimate Call  Howard Athmoia  8856443 J  l-ISIDIIIT-AI. GLASS Window Rtptln ��� Scrttni ��� Mkrora  ..... A| -mm   ICBC ClaimB ��� Safety Glass ��� Sunroofs  AUTU UkASS       Am Wall Condilionally Guarantwd  ASK AiOUT OUR NIW WINDMIILO MMM UNIT  Serving The Sunshine Coast  885-8804  h .im  h pm  ; Days A Week  t Seniors  Discount  CONCRETE SERVICES  MIDWAY-POWEF  ST  SERVICE,  Private _ Industrial Electrical Contractor^  High & Low voltage Power Lines  Reg. No. 16135  JB13-948  NEED THIS SPACE?  Call the COAST NEWS  at 886-2622 or 885-3930  Fastrac BACKHOE  SEIVICE  ��� SEPTIC FIELDS  t DRAINAGE DITCHES  ��� EXCAVATIONS  ��� WATER LINES VB1 tai ***���  .clearing Sieve Jones    886-8269  EXCAVATING  Turenne  WNCRETE  CONCRETE PUMP TRUCKS  CONCRETE FINISHING OF FLOORS  DRIVEWAYS, PATIOS, SIDEWALKS  For qualily wort, callus)    8S8-7022  Rudy Mix Concrete  Sand . Gravel  ' N /-"    CONCRETE  SECHELT PLANT  885-7180  O LTD  5  siaviNG mi wummi co��r|  WukW   gib.s��nlp,l;nt  curbs, etc. 886-8174  NEED THIS SPACE?  Call the COAST NEWS  at 886-2622 or 885-3930  FOR THE BEST OF SERVICE"  Swanson's  Ready-Mix Ltd.  24 Hr, Centra] Dtipatch    | Aocourui .      F_x__-  f   185-9-66     I 1815-5333 |   [M5--2-61  3 Batch Plants on the Sunshine Coast  Gibsons Sechelt Pender Harbour  Box 172,6417 Burnet Rd.. Sechelt  COAST CONCRETE  PUMPING & FOUNDATIONS  ��� PUMPING ��� FORMING ���  ��� PLACING ��� FINISHING ���  Full Service To The Peninsula  R & L GODKIN  CONTRACTORS LTD.  EXCAVATING  ��� SEPTIC SYSTEMS ��� LAND CLEARING  ��� DRIVE WAYS ��� ROAD BUILDING  ��� WATER LINES ��� ROCK WALLS  ��� STUMP REMOVAL ��� BREAKWATERS  863-91TS        brad GODKIN        SSS-936-  Mackenzie Excavating Ltd.  Land Clearing & Development  Cam Mackenzie  - Selective Logging  - Marine Contracting  - Stump Removals    - sand & Gravel Deliveries  - Purchase Timber GARY 886-9585  TWIN CREEKS MARINE LTD.  BILL 886-8361 .  sp  CONSTRUCTION  Excavation, Sewer,  Water, Grading,  Subdivision Design  and Development  886-2182 or 885-9840  i mmmm G^<2>      CLIPiSA\li\  IF3 bcfgrrigs Schedule '  VANCOUVEB-SECHELT PCNINSULA  HORSESHOE BAY-  Si  Lv. Langdale  6 20 am      2:30 pm  8 30 tVT       4:30  10:30 6:30  12:25 pm M 8:20 M  M din��ti MivttKk Im  UNGDAfcE  Ov-SALTERVBAV  Lv. HoneshN Bay  7:30 am      3:30 pm  9:30 M       5:30 M  11:30 7:25 M  1:15 pm      9:15  Lv. Earls Cove  6:40 am      4:30 pm  8:20 6:30  10:30 8:30  12:25 put M 10:20 M  Lv. Saltery Bay  5:45 M      3:30 pm  7:35 5:30 M  9:25 M     7:30  11:30       9:30  886-7337 885-3666  QIBSONS BUS SCHEDULE  ROUTE 1   "��� NWPI M S-CM. FWclni. 'turn At.. FimUln. Mmna Dr. ROUTE 2 -Pull Clmlei, Gown Pi., Wotjcrwk, 5 c MM1II1 Park  Departure -5;45  *�����        7:45  9:45  11:45  1:45  3:45  5:45  7:45  Depirt  8:14   4:11  Ungdito  10:11   5:11  Ferry  12:11   8:01  T-iml-il  2:08*10:00  7:15   3:00  9:00   5:00    MM  11:00   7:15  1:00*10:05  '10:05 p.m. run Fri  Arrival  ���No 5:45 im run Sundiyi or HoHdiyi  '10:00 pm run Fri., Sit., Sun.. Holidays  NOTE: Shopper! Loop lv. Mill 10:45 Ml, 12:45, FARES Adults Seniors  2:45 . 4:45 pm Mon.-SK. out ol Town   $1.50    S1.00  Inlo. Comments & Suggestions ��� 886-9318 ,��� Town .75        75  These transportation schedules sponsored by  Sit.  7:43   3:28  9:28   5:21  11:28   7:43  1:26  Sun. . HUMiyi  Children Stud.  75 $ioo  75        75  Comm. Tickets  $t 25/ride  SuHcmui Agencw  INSURANCE TRAVEL  886-2000 886-9255  ftf. Carpet Service From Friendly Rrotaulonala In Sunnycraat Mall, Olbaona.  IP  Trtwt  STK EXCAVATING LTD.  Land Clearing ��� Top Soil ��� Grave/    <*,,  ��� Retaining Walls ��� ere. 5��"fi  Serving the Coast tor 20 Years  "We pride ourselves on punctuality"  BOB QURNEV  JMJ020 Bon 1781. QIBSONS. BC VON IVO  "A BETTER" BOBCAT SERVICE  "Complete Bobcat Services"  ��� Excavating - Backfilling ��� Retaining Walla ���  ��� Trenching ��� Landscape Construction - Drainage ���  fiss sees      Box 1221 .Qlbaona  --D--.-0 BC VON IVO  24 Hour  Service  GEN. COlMTRACTORS  r||H,s%- S & G TREE SERVICE  '  _�� TOPPING ��� TRIMMING ��� PRUNING  f 1 DANGER TREE REMOVAL  ��� ��� CHIPPER AVAILABLE -  Bonded & Insured - 20 Years Expsrlsnoa  885-3897  11CONSTRUCTION  Clbsons, B.C  Residential. Commercial Conitructlon  Renovations ��� Additions  Free Estimates call   Laurie   885-2887 j  ,.        h        RENOVATIONS WITH      ^  A hflhlO * TOUCH OF CLASS  (HM* ��**��   COMMERCIAL - RESIDENTIAL  tJ    * THE --C.-C.-9Q  IMPROVER ZP  LTD lULrMOON BAY,  E. SCHOELER CONSTRUCTION  HQE  FOR ALL VOUR MASONRY NEEDS  BRICKS ��� STONEWORK ��� BLOCKS  RESIDENTIAL  Gibsons  886-4882  FREE ESTIMATES^  G & S DRYWALL  For All Your Drywoll Needs  Please Call: 886-9204  NEED THIS SPACE?  Call Ihe COAST NEWS  at 886-2622 or 885-3930  NEED THIS SPACE?  Call the COAST NEWS  at 886-2622 or 885-3930  G & G INVESTMENT CORP.  RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT  Builder Of Quality Homes  ALLAN ��� Telephone: (604) 884-3388  HEATING  SECHELT FIRE PLACE LTD.  GAS ��� PELLET* WOOD  Complete Sales & Installations  SHOWROOM Open Tues.-Sat.  5631 Wharf R_.,Me-T1T1  PROPANE INC.  ��� Auto Propane  ��� Appliances  ��� Quality B.B. Q's  S8S-2360  Hwy 10r. across St  from Big Mic's, Secnstl  mmm  HHHHIM Coast News, June 3,1991  17.  CLASSIFIED  PRIME AD SPACE  CALL YOUR AD REP  GIBSONS: 886-2622  SECHELT: 885-3930  CLA  HpH-M a\ Property  ni__a_ni_i_r  Ot-tuaries  In Memonam  Thank You  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIED  Announcement  Weddings _ Engagements,  Lost  Found  Pets* Livestock  Music  Travel  Wanted  Free  Oarage Seles  Barter.Trade  For Sale  Heavy Equipment  Autos  Trucks  Campera  MoMe Homes  Motorcycles  Wanted to Rent  Bed .Breakfast  For Rent  Entertainment  Help Wanted  Buiineis _ Home Services  32. Work Wanted  33. Child Cere  34. Business Opportunities  35. Legal     ^^  DROP OFF YOUR  1 THE SUNSHINE-  oast  CLASSIFIEDS  At Any Of Our Convenient  FRIENDLY  PEOPLE PLACES  In Pender Harbour  MARINA PHARMACY 883-2888  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES 883-9551  In Halfmoon Bay  B.J 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 CAMPQROUNO 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  ^L -���'��&  Jackie and Stan will be happy to help with youi  classified at Marina Pharmacy, our "Friendly People Place" In Madeira Park.  THE BEST  DEAL AROUND  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIED  $  4  ONE WEEK  (Minimum)  ONE WEEK  lor 10 word-  iHnlh'i. Losl &  Found FHEE)  /%OST  muitbt  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 SILL CLASSIFIEDS  $16 up to 10 word*  $1 Moh additional word  Your ad, laalurlng 1 Ham, will run 4 consecutive weeks, than will be  cancelled unless you instruct us to ranaw It by noon Salurday.  IVor aeeilebla tot commercial AdeArtlaora.  CLASSIFIED  DEADLINE  Qibsons & Sechelt Offices  NOON SATURDAY  "Friendly People Places"  3:00 PM Fridays  QIBSONS 886-2822 SECHELT 886-3630  OIUONS FAX 8667726 SECHELT FAX 8863664  Available for public use  ANDERSON REALTY  ��� Recreation ��� Retirement  ��� Relocation  CATALOOUK  5686 Cowrie St . Box 1219  Sechell. B C. VON 3A0  885-3211 FAX 885-2899  Van. Toll Free 684-8016  WATERFRONT  54' lot - 80 year lease. Keals  Island. Try your offer. 886-2694.  #24sr  Lol 23 Central Rd., 50x105,  view, level, 3 km to lerry.  8721064. #20sr  Drive up Trail Ave., past tits  arena 6 discover the new subdivision "Eaglevlew" on Fairview  off Lookout. These view lots with  underground wiring are cleared  ready lor your dream home.  Signs on property Priced Irom  $25,000 up. #21s  Level semi-waterfront lol,  66'xt30', services in. Perk  tested, very nice area and homes  3 km. Irom village of Sechell.  Won't last, $32,900 firm.  885-2544. #2 Is  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  refused, trade commercial or  sailboat. 883-2977. #20sr  MUST SELL  3 bdrm.. 3 balh, spectacular  view. Beautiful sunsets. Close to  marinas, shopping, schools. Approx. 2500 sq. fl. 883-9418,  988-4310. #21ss  Lot 29. REDROOFFS ROAD  Buy this LARGE building lot  located on high side ol Redroolls  Rd. 3rd lol in from juncture ol  Sunshine Coast Hwy. & Redroolls  Rd. Septic tank approved & our  sign is on it. Asking $42,500. For  more details call Loren Campbell.  Campbell Sage Realty, 926-5500  {24 hrs.) #22  Gibsons. Gower Point, choicest  waterlront, panoramic view, _  acre. 581-2904 (Surrey).     #22  Home lor sale by owner. Modern  3 bdrm. plus sell-contained suite.  Davis Bay area. Save the commission. $130.000.885-2537.   #22  Wanled: View property with  privacy with or without house.  883-2107. #23  VIEW  Georgia Strait and Vancouver  Island. 75x135' level-lot,  $48.900.885-5787. #23  View lot, 72x110', 886-2458.#24  5 acres at Lund. $30,000 OBO.  885-2858. #24  3 bdrm. home, almost new, 2  baths, 1400 sq. ft. plus large  garage workshop. Faces corner  lot with many trees. Asking  $145,000. 1228 Fitchett at  Veterans Rd. 886-8415.      #24  Ocean view home, new 4 bdrm. 3  bath. Sechell. $149,000.  885-6140. #23  For Sale by Owner. 2 bdrm. home  with upgraded basement incl. 2  small bdrms. On 'h acre view lot  at 561 Harvey Rd., Granthams.  $113,000 negotiable. 886-9621.  #24  5 bdrm.. 3400 sq. It., 1 yr. old  2x6constr., 3 balhs. 3 FP, PRL  view. Gibsons. $225,000.  886-8952 weekends. #24  PARE: George Pare, late ol  Sechell, suddenly on May 26,  1991. Born Sept. 23, 1919 In  North Vancouver. He was a  longtime commercial fisherman  and a member ol the Marine  Workers & Boilermakers Union  No. 1. Survived by his loving wile  Patricia: stepson Terry Smith,  wile Melanie. and 2 grandchildren, ol North Vancouver: his  brother Bob and wile Jan, ol  Sechell: sisters: Marie Shores ol  Sechell: and Babe MacDonald ol  Port Alberni. No service by request. Private cremation arrangements through Devlin  Funeral Home. #22  JOHNSTON: Passed away May  25.1991, Sadie Johnston, late of  Gibsons, age 89 years. Survived  by 2 sisters: Alice Johnston, ol  Vancouver: Hazel Wright and  husband Bill, ol Gibsons: 1  brother Harry Johnston and wile  Margo, ol Vancouver: 1 sister-in-  law Betty Johnston, ol Montreal:  nieces, nephews, greatnieces  and greatnephews. Funeral service was held Tues., May 28 in  the chapel of Devlin Funeral  Home, Gibsons. Rev. Stan Sears  officiated. Cremation followed.  Remembrance donalions may be  made lo Ihe Kiwanis Club, Box  815. Gibsons. BC. #22  T0PHAM: Passed away May 28.  1991, Elizabeth (Liz) Topham,  late of Gibsons, in her 80th year.  Survived by her loving husband  John: daughter Betty Topham  and her husband David, ol Gibsons: 3 granddaughters: Kristen.  Lindsay and Carles: 1 brother,  George Green, ol Toronlo. No service by request. Private cremation  arrangements through Devlin  Funeral Home. Remembrance  donations may be made lo Ihe  Cancer Sociely. #22  MYTON: Passed away May 30.  1991, Donald Myton, late of Gibsons, in his 78th year. Survived  by 2 daughters: Donna Jenkins,  Saltspring Island: Carolyn Jones,  Mission: 5 grandchildren: Dean-  na. Ian. Gregory. Tamara and  Martin: 4 great-grandchildren: 1  brolher. George; nieces and  nephews. Memorial service Sat..  June 8 at 1 pm in the chapel ol  Devlin Funeral Home, Gibsons.  Cremation. Remembrance donations may be made lo SI. Mary's  Hospital, Sechell. #22  NICHOLS: Suddenly on May 25.  1991. Philip Falknor Nichols. He  leaves his loving wile Connie and  daughter Carolyne. Mr. Nichols  also leaves a brother, Rebels  and sister. Doris, ol Kent.  England. Mr. Nichols was a  member ol the Canadian Merchant Service Guild and CP  Coasters. As requested by the  deceased, cremation ashes to be  scattered at sea. Memorial service for Mr. Nichols will be announced at a later date.       #22  GRIFFITH: Irene, in Powell River,  May 28.1991 Born in Liverpool,  England, 1924, arrived in Egmont  as a War Bride in 1945. Survived  by husband Charles Benjamin;  children, Keilh, Jacqueline &  Kalhy; 3 sisters; cousins & many  nieces and nephews. Donations  to Cancer Society gratefully accepted. #22  5    Thank You  To all our friends and neighbours,  baseball team and sisters in  guiding, for 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.  Your cards. Ilowers and call are  truly appreciated Special lhanks  lo Arnie for his ellons lo get us  out to the Mariner's Rest.  The Collins Family  Jan. Misty. Randy and John  #22  Peler and Nancy wish lo thank all  those wonderful people who  helped make their wedding such  a glorious event. Your gilts and  cards are so much appreciated.  The Kidds are still opening them  as Peter has enough strength.  #22  6.   Personal  Do you need some inlormation to  deal wilh your legal problem? Call  the Legal Inlormation Service  885-5881; Mondays and  Wednesdays 9-4. TFN  Are you a woman in an unhappy  relationship, do you need to talk?  Call the Sunshine Coast Transition House lor conlidential 24 hr.  service. 885-2944. TFN  HORSESHOE BAY PARKING  Monthly - Call 925-3012  #23  7.   Announcement  BROOKS . MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints  Environment  Friendly Paints    ^.-        ij  In All *y ''(  Colours 01   >        ���:������"/  The nalntoe,    ��J     .'' if  ..Including Orean  A Bus. 885-2923  Res. 885-5058  MEDICNAIR VANCOUVER  - your experts on scooters, bath  lifts, walkers, lilt and recline  chairs, etc. will be in Gibsons'  Sunnycrest Mall. Thurs.. June 6,  and in Sechelt's Trail Bay Mall on  Fri. & Sat. June 7 & 8 Please  drop by. #22  On behalf of the people on the  Sunshine Coasl  "Thank You"  owners of the Twilight Theatre for  your 20 plus years of conslstant  good service. Keep up the good  work. #22  Garden Bay Hotel and Marina  Pub open for lunch and dinner.  Entertainment nightly. Restaurant  open 5 pm. Gift shop, marina and  boat rentals. 883-2674.  883-9919. #33  COAST NEWS  PHOTO CONTEST  1. The contest Is  open to amateur photographers only.  Employees of Glass-  lord Press or the  Coast 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 lorm Irom the  Coasl News must be  ATTACHED TO THE  BACK of each photo.  Enter as often aa you  wish, but photocopies of the entry  lorm will not be accepted. In the scenics  category, you must  tell us where the picture was taken. Use  the space provided  on tha entry form,  4. Only color print*  CONTEST RULES  with a minimum size  ol 3Vi x 514 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 the weekly  prizes. All pictures  entered, whether a  weekly winner or not,  will be considered for  a category prize and  for Best In Show.  6. All entries become the property of  Ihe Coast News and  will not be returned.  7. A winning photographer must be able  to produce the  original negative or  slide from which the  winning print was  made.  Prlze-wlnnlng  photographers may  be asked to produce  written consent lo the  publication ol recognizable individuals in  Iheir photos.  8. The entry deadline is Wednesday,  July 10,1991  9. The weekly winners wilt be chosen  by Coasl News staff.  A special panel of celebrity judges will  choose the Best ol  Show and Best in Category winners. The  decision of the  ludges is final.  10. Winner, musl  consent to being Interviewed and photographed by the Coast  News.  11. Prizes must be  accepted as awarded.  12. Any pictures  may be used for promotional purposes.  NAME   ADDRESS.  CITY   I  I  I  I  I TELEPHONE (days).  I -  I  I   caption describing place.  I  I  I  L  POSTAL CODE_    (evenings).  This picture Is entered In the lollowing category (tick ONE only)  D People D Pets and Animals 0800118  OBablea DSeenlcs DOther  and dele picture was takti  Sand your antry lo:  or drop oil >l: Our Qlbaona or  Suchalt olllcaa  p.o.aoasas  Qt-aana, *.C. VOK IVt  NEED  HELP?  ��� Hesumes  ��� Ollice Relief  " Casual Labour  ��� Day Care  WE find the people  VOU get the Job done  WESTCOAST  WORKFORCE  Mt-37f*  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-2896. 886-3463  TFN  Does someone in your lamily have  a drinking problem' Call Al-Anon  886-9903. 885 7484. 886-9059.  Al-Aleen 886-2565 NC  Phone us today aboul our selection  of  beautiful  personalized  wedding   invitations,   napkins,  malches. stationery and more.  Jeannies Gilts 8, Gems  886-2023  TFN  SUNNYCREST MALL  Where happy/endings  This Thursday is  Seniors' Day  Special discounts at  participating Moll stores,  Bring your Oold Core  Card and save!  Flycasting workshops with John  Alvarez, sponsored by Coast  Flies. Starling June 15, 4 sessions. $5 per session. Beginners  welcome. Inlo: 885-4493.     #23  o  Sunshine Coast  Community Services  Society  Annual General Meeting  June 19,1991  7:00 pm  56)8 Inlet Avenue,  Sechelt  All Community Members  Welcome  5:30 pm  Reception for Donors  Adult children of Alcoholics or  disfunclional lamilies please call  885-528) or 886-8165 for help.  NC  Ouality used lurniture. no GST.  THEN  AND  NOW  FURNITURE  Hwy. 101. Gibsons. 886-4716.  #22  Certified  "Three in One  Concepts"  Piactlon-r  Three in One Concepts  (using Applied Kinesiology! is a program helping people to clear emotional blockages or emo  tionai denials lo enhance  learning abilities and improve Sell Image  Linda  M-ora-li     S86-7923  Ptaaaa call a���h volar  qMatlooa or to m.ls.  aapoiiilwwla  8.   Weddings &  Engagements  David - Gloria Fyles ol Hopkins  Landing ire pleased lo announce  thi marriage ol iheir daughter.  Shelley-Marie Fyles to Todd  Jilitid. Thl wedding look place  on June 1il M tin UBC Chapel ol  thi Epiphany with Riv. Afii Raid,  formerly ol Gibsons Untied  Church, officiating. A reception  wsi told it UBC Got! Club Attir  I homymoon In Europe, Shelley  ind Todd will to living In their  mw torn in Onp Con. Con-  gritulitlons! #22  Large male white cal named  "Spirit". Missing May 24th.  Williamsons Landing Beloved pel  - REWARD 886-3639. #22  Red Hetty Hansen jacket lost between Gibsons and Trout Lake on  Hwy. Call 886-3467. #22  White . orange adult male cat.  Headlands & Burns Rd. Call K.T,  at 886-8036 #22  Black cat with yellow eyes, male,  very Iriendly, limps 886-9221.  #22  Pets &  Livestock  PETFOOD  SCIENCE DIET. IAMS.  TECHNICAL. NUTRO-MAX.  PURINA. WAYNE.  Also lull line ot bird seed  And much more.  Duality Firm S Garden  Supply Ltd.  Pratt Rd 886-7527  TFN  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Contact Then . Now Furniture.  699  Highway   101.   Gibsons.  886-4716 or Marlee Fashions.  NC  Help reduce the pet overpopulation problem - spay or  neuter your pet. NC  At'i Koriiihoalng Sanrfcs  Expenenced. dependable.  piompl Phone 1-978-1920   #3Q  Ouality Horiisheitng  Prompt, reliable and leal  881-1771  TFNs  Female labrador cross, six months, $150 OBO. Very Iriendly.  885-7823 #22  Exquisite p/b English angoras,  chocolate & red torts Papers incl.  885-7083 #23  Adorable kittens and dwarf rabbits available to good homes.  886-7372 #24  Person still interested, Irish Setter _ Golden Retriever cross  spayed lemale please phone  885-3447. #22  SPCA FOR ADOPTION  Collie X pups. 2 male. 1 lemale.  Cats & cute kittens 885-3447  #22  Free (Grey/orange) 3 kittens. 2  males. 1 lemale. 886-8922. #22  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  #  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  Violin or Fiddle  Michelle Bruce  885-9224  Ladies pink diving equipment, as  new $950 OBO Trades  welcome. 885-3374.        #22sr  HAY $4.00/1*  WhoU OKI $5.00/50 IM.  GARDEN MULCH HAY  Sl-O/baie  PhOM 185-9357  #TFN  Viking 30" coppertone. sell-  clean stove. $359: Gurney white  30" stove. $249. Inglis Sterling  white with aulo cycle. $257:  Gurney Chatelet 30" H G. stove.  $389: Kitchen Ah) Superba built-  in dishw top ol the line. $379.  Kitchen Aid Imperial built-in  dishw��� super shape. $259: Mot  lal H.G 15 cu. in fridge, $397:  Enterprise 30" H.G. Gas stove.  $389: like new Admiral 30" almond self-clean slove. $479: and  more, ail recond. guaranteed lor  90 days to 2 yrs Corner Cupboard. 885-4434 or 885-7897  #22  Will buy non-working tridges and  stoves, 885-7897 #22  1000 Gal. waler tank: 5-jet water  pumps & tanks: submersible  sump pump: 200' Is" water  hose. 886-9590. #23  NINTENDO-SEGA  Sales - Rentals ��� Trades  NEW 4 USED  NEW  Hockey Cards  Baseball Cards      ,��,���  '.*- V-  Basketball Cards' :J ~  Accessories  Bud-Ik's  Video - Music  115-41*1  104 Teredo Square, Sechelt  #24  INOISPOSABLES  The best fitted cotton diaper.  Kathy 885-7326  #23  20x50' Alum. Patio Rool with  I-beam gutter posts. 886-9000.  #23  Near new Sojin piano. Beautiful  sound, $1900 OBO. 886-7561.  #25ss  Guitar/Bass lessons - all styles  Call Martin 886-7179. #26  Trailer lor 15' lightweight alum,  row boal. 886-8767. #22  Desert   Storm/Desert   Shield  cards. Buy or Irade. 886-9318.  #22  Canoe and RV stove with oven,  dome lent. 885-4503. #23  Patio doors, double glazed. 5 or 6  loot. Please leave message.  886-7722. TFNs  Child's bike, suitable lor 6 yr  old. Good cond. 886-8558. TFNs  Top $ paid for any military items,  lirearms. badges, medals.  bayonets 886-7591. #25  Men's 12 spd Peugeot racer,  new cond��� $175: Vamaha 4 HP  outboard motor, approx. 50 hrs..  fresh waler. $500: black Pen  daliner for 8' Ford '87 and up.  $359 new. $200; boal trailer for  12' aluminum. $250; stereo Bose  speakers. Akai receiver, dual  turntable. $200.886-9047.   #23  Arborite table wilh six chairs.  Good cond��� 886-3954 (eves. I  #23  Weslinghouse electric stove,  white. 4 burner, self-clean,  needs minor repair to oven,  otherwise good cond., $125.  886-2776. #23  Electric lawn Mowir  Reasonable   In good working  order. 885-3995. #22  BARK  MULCH  for landscaping.  gardening,  riding arenas, etc.  Trucking lo be  paid t>y customer  Also available  CEDAR chips  Phone 816-7043  (110 4 pm)  New 3 ton engine hoist,  knockdown style $500 Cost  $1200 885-2544 #22sr  Store counter, can be seen at  Video Etc #22  Tree planter special. Old camper  c/w propane lutings, water tank.  386-7573 #22  Pratt Rd. area. Dobie cross Rottweiler, male puppy wearing  choke chain. 885-3447.      #22  June 8. 10-2. 764 Henry Rd.  Yard, homebaking. coflee sale.  No earlybirds. #22  Giant, almost everything sate.  Sat.. June 8. Woodcreek Park.  1526 Island View. All day. Early  birds welcome. #22  2 lamily sale. June 8-th. 9-2pm,  400-404 S.Fletcher.        #22  2 lamily garage sale. Sat., June  8th. 10 am. 785 Henry.       #22  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  885-5644  TFN  Sliwirt's  Green Line  ECO Producti  8SS-4M1 ��<  28' wood boat. $6000 lirm. 1978  Honda Goldwing. $2200  886-7896 #22  Antique dresser and antique  chest ol drawers. 885-9564  #22  90' Wrought iron railing & gate.  $300. woodstove insert. $150.  886-7606 after 4 pm. #22  Remington 700 bdl custom  deluxe 300 Win. Magnum, unbred, 3x9 variable, reticulsd, red-  lied scope. $750 OBO. 886-7591.  #25ss  Rlwdodindrom a Aialeai. Sinw  low prices. S3.2S-S1S. No SST.  Large i-tcton, Roberts Creek  Namry, 2569 Lowtr Road,  886-2062. #23  Lumber, cedar 2x6 - .55 It, 1x8  -.35 II. #2 and belter. Framing  4x6 - $1.35 It, 2x4 ��� .20 fl.  885-5896. #24  MJ SOILS  Bark Mulch  Special  MMtn Of JUM  185-73.2, 885-2592  #23  b__a*i  ^m^mmmmmaaeaeaAs  mmm  mm  ml^immmtmmimm^^t^ls&  -~*��*��-=^  mmm*mAm-m^Apmg 18.  Coast News, June 3,1991  18   For Sale  Large Oar lor rec room   $50  885 3815 weekends #22  Penlax 645/80 160 room 120  Back & exlras Mint condition.  8864886 #21s  2 Airco gas furnaces good condition $325 each 885 6276    #23  While washer 4 dryer Good  worktng condition $350 pair.  886 8143 886 4820 #23  While crib. $90. Radio Shack colour compuler with programs,  $200 886-8072 #22  19 cu II Ireezet. washer. $150.  dryer. $150. 12 It glass  boat/liailet & 6 HP Johnson.  $600 886 4515 belore 2 pm.  885-3259 eves #22  2500 Gal waler lank, $700  886 3921 #24  4 B60 13 lires on mags  Balanced qood cond fits Fords.  $150 886 4784 #24  Solid pine double desk $175,  ',iii(|le bed with box spring A  trame $1/5 both used only 4  months. 1 Sears microwave  oven $100 886 2495 aller 6  pm #22  Upright deep Irce/e. $400 JVC  turntable $50. Hoover vacuum  St50 All like new 886 7372  #24  l>I.KIa.V\la-laft  Lots of old favourites  and Dozens of  Unusual  varieties  MELVILLE  (<>ttui<-  (illrllvia*  JWffl  Wed. ��� Sun.    (V-V^  9am-5pm     l)l>"lv'<  ISIS Tyson ad., Sacl-ii  (North oil Hi,. 101 bat-Mn  Browning A Plaid Road)  wwm0M*mmi  Admiral dryer, good cond . $175.  Mason sewing machine in  cabinet. $75 885-5692 eves #24  Elmira wood slove. glass door.  gold trim. $300 885-6140 #25ss  Well built 6' gold bed Chester  lield, $250. exercise bicycle.  $35 886-3032 #22  Washer/dryer (Kenmore),  harvest gold, good working  cond . $250 886-7768 alter 5  pm #22  Maple captains bed. $100  cedar dining room table. 6 chairs.  $200 885-3672 #24  Men's diver wel suit. $100.  Yorks stereo sel. $100  8859564 #24  Power pole. $50: music books,  instruments, etc 885-9091  #22  19. Heavy  Equipmen  BOBCAT .  MINI EXCAVATOR  FOR RENT  Attachments available  DAY. WEEK, MONTH  886-8538  1973 John Oeere 450 B Track  loader, $6500.886-4679.    #24  . ... Available J  J     Lowest Prices!     5  h 178 Stewart Rd     ���*   *  _  886-7227  1986 Ford Tempo $4700 OBO  883-2906 #20sr  1985 Toyola tercel, auto. good  cond $6500 885 4520 eves  f-Oll  70 Dodge Dart slanl 6 Runs  well, parls avail . $600 OBO  Phone 885-7284 TFNs  1976 Volare Wagon, slanl 6.  reliable, low mileage Asking  $1000 886-3841. #22sr'  1977 Ford Econoline Van, P/S,  P/B.$550OBO.8B6-3641. #24s  1989 Hyundai Excel CXL. while.  4 door, aulo, cass, 24,000 km.  Lik new Top ol Ihe line. Sacrifice  $6,600 firm. Warranty 885-6238.  #23  '80 Datsun 2802X, 5 spd.. white,  exc. mechanical cond., sort-  rust, $2150 OBO. 885-7356. #22  76 Mon/a 305, parts only, $200  OBO. 886-7736. #22  74 Dodge S/W, Monaco. Estate  sale $200 OBO. 886-2640.    #23  Wanted in good condilion: box lor  1952 ft Ion Willys Overland.  4-wheel drive Jeep. 642-3014.  #22  CASH PAID  For Some Cars and Trucks  Dead Car Removal  Atox Ull. Auto Parts  MM TMMIQ  TFN  1987 Mercury Tracer L. I 6L. 4  cyl, 4 spd . am/lm cassette. 4  spks Exc shape exc mileage  $5600 080 885 7165      #24ss  79 Dodge Caiavelle. runs, best  oiler takes 886 9134 #23  198? Datsun 310 GX good  cond . auto . $2500 OBO  8832703 #23  1988 Ford Mustang IX. 45.000  Kms. one owner. $6900  8867955 #23  Big Iron 300000 laxi drivers  know a qood thrnq New two  tires head gaskets exhaust Ihe  car' 19/9 Impala 4 dr V8 A/T  ynu give me $1250 lor Ihe lix ups  and qel Ihe resl ol Ihe cat Iree  885 2383 #22  1981 lord Escort Hatchback, 4  spd   90 000 kins   qood conll  $1700 Phone 883 2251       #24  77 Olds Delia 88 2 dr . new  tires exhausl & brakes. 75,000  km   c��r.  body ,\ molor  $950  886 9194 #24  1979 Fold Stalionwagon, loaded.  $600 0811 883 9165 #21sr  1979   Camaro.   exc  $3000 883 9165  shape.  #23sr  1982 Cutlass needs work, runs  good $1900 060 883-9165  #23sr  1987   Camaro    loaded,   low  mileage exc cond . or Irade for  bestbackhoe. $8500 886-7013  #25s  1977 Ford Econoline Van, P/S,  P/B, $550 OBO 886 3641   #24s  72 VW Beetle, blue with while  interior, auto slick shift, good  tires, runs excellent, very clean  $1000 cash or Irade lor 4x4  886-7227 #TFN  1977 Chevy deluxe Nomad van.  captains' seats, needs work,  parls 885-220/ #24sr  $699  '81 Omni 4 cyl, aulo. 4 dr.. hatchback, buckets, factory AMFM  cassette deco package Reconditioned engine and transmission,  no rusl. good lires & brakes.  Cash or Irade 886-7227.  #TFN  78 Omni. 50.000 orig   kms.,  nice shape. $1200 886-4505.  #22  $400 SPECIAL  1974 Dodge Dart. Runs well,  885-7680 #22  73 Plymouth 4-door hatchback,  some rusl. reliable trans. $600  OBO 886-8070 #22  Used Camaro T-Top, $495 lor the  set. wilh covers. 886-9500  anytime. #23sr  Greal Grad Car. 1988 Tracer, low  mileage, greal on gas, still under  powerlrain warranty $6200 OBO  886-8975 #23  1979 Volkswagen diesel Rabbit,  1986 molor. $1000 883-2107.  #24  '82SuburuGL.Iolsol/ip$1200  oho 885 4523. #23  Classic sports convertible 1979  Spyder 2000 Excl condilion.  $6500 885-9503  #22  1976 Camaro LT. new molor &  transmission. 4 11 posi rear end  $2600 OBO 885-5697.  #23  1981 Mazda GLC H/back.  am/lm casselte $500 OBO.  886-2748  #23  1981 Spirit hatchback 4 speed, 6  cyl, sport economy $1200  885-2373  #23  Duality Used Cars  Centurion Aulo Sales  5645 Wharl. Sechelt  Mike Plimley. 885-4004  #23  19/9 gold Irans Am No rusl,  new exhausl. Beautllul car.  $3200 OBO 885-9868 #24  72-78 Mercury Capri parts, 4  aluminum mags wilh Mlchelln  radials. $150.886-2585.     #23  1968 Bel An 60.000 miles. $200.  1978 Suburban. $500060 Must  go this week, 886-8072.      #22  1980 Toyota Tercel 2dr. h/back,  SR5. am/lm cassette, good tires,  new rear struts & shocks. Rust  Iree, reliable vehicle. $2500 OBO.  885-5050 #24  1977 Lincoln Town Car, 86,000.  rebuilt transmission, Arizona car,  one owner. No rust, mint, $4500  OBO. 883-2237. #22  1976 Volvo station wagon. Good  running order. $1500.885-3849.  #24  1987 Toyota Tercel. 4 spd.  highway driven, $4600. Exc.  cond. 885-7143. #24  1978 Datsun 510, std., good  cond, $1200.886-8510.    #24  Black '90 Mustang 5.0 LX. 10  mos. old, lowered, tinted, 3.55  rear snd. Extended warranty  available. Value, $15,000 or  trade up/down lor Toyota 4 Runner or equivalent. 886-2694.  #25ss  1965 Pontiac Custom Sport, t  dr hardtop, rebuilt 327-350 HP  lir-nac interior $2300  8862694 #24sr  1980 Jeep Cherokee 4X4.  PS/PB. 360. 4 Bbl. gd cond ,  $2500 OBO 886 8922       #25sr  1977 Chevy Deluxe Nomad van.  parts only 885-2207 #20sr  79 4x4 Blazer, very little rust,  but needs body woik $1300  OBO 886-2322 #24sr  1975 GMC Van. rebuill Irans . 3  spd . rusty but runs $250 OBO  8862774 #21s  1986 Ford F250 S'C 6 cyl 4  spd . limited slip good cond .  $8500 885 5444 #24s  8? Chev V, Ion. tuns excellent,  tody qood cond $3800 1)110  886 3238 #2?  77 Chev Va ion, 4*4  runs well  $1200 OHO  885-5423 eves  #23  1989 Chev  Scollsdale  ��  ton.  305   auto.  canopy    tas  -tie.  21.000  km .     $11  i00  883 2809  #24  lord 300. 6 cyl , new block,  rebuilt. $800 Call lor puces on  used engines and parts  8867227 IIN  1984 Nissan Kingcab. $2500  8854544 #24  77 Ford window van. ps. pb.  good condition, new paint, no  rusl $3000 lirm 886-4930  #22  76 F250 Ford p/u, good mech.  cond.. ruity. asking $600.  886-2982. #23  1985 Ford Diesel aulo XIT lariat  Loaded, air and Jake brakes.  79.500 kms. wilh 10 Vanguard  camper, $18,000 885-7/82 #22  Wrecking 77 GMC 1 Ton PU,  winch, running gear. box.  886-3344 #24  $500  1971 Chevy Van. 6 cyl. aulo,  drives decent Insulated & panelled. Nol a rust bucket. 886-7227  TFN  71 Chevy 'ft Ion. runs well, will  consider trade for V, ton  886-7424 #24  22. Campers  Sacrilice  Well looked aller 24 II. molor  home 1978 Security Chaleau  Special 57.000 miles, clean, A/C  & cruise control, 4 burner stove &  oven. 2 way Iridge & freezer.  double sinks, lots ol cupboards,  balh & shower, cable hook up. lv  anlenna, also 110 voll system  and healer Sleeps six For a  good buy al $14,000 (was  $18,000) 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 trade.  883-9110. #20sr  '87 Deluxe 24' Molorhome. exc  cond, 886-8481 #23sr  1980 Chev P/U. 6 cyl. wilh 1989  camperetle, $2900 comp  885-5492 #21s  in.  MCMMC    MNAMS  M A B Y C    ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants  JSmm  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9 9-20-30-40 50-70 HP  1989 1990 Evmrudes Excellent  condition Lowes Resort  883-2456 TFN  Yes1 There is a reliable local pio  pellor repau service 885-5278  TFN  24' Turner Classic, mahogany  with Chrysler hemt. well-  equipped with or without C  licence 883 9555 #20sr  41' Cruise a home house boat  sleeps 9 exc cond , $26,500  OBO 885-1943 #20sr  30 disp cruiser 340 Chry dual  hyd sir live bail lank. VHF/CR  slereo sounder. $7950 OBO  B85-2814.885-2615       fiost  EI Loader trailers Sales and  Service Irades welcome  883 1119 TIN  W G Sutherland Sales and Service. Mamiei Force Chrysler and  Mercruiser 883-1119 TFN  ll/D Ea? load boal trailer. 18'  885/586 #20sr  16' Work/Pleasure/Heavy duly  construction. Volvo 125 HP, 270  outdrive, lowpost, heater, view  Smilly's Marina, $3200 (oilers)  8862567 #25ss  22 Sangsler, 302. V8. 888 Merc  leq. mrilor rebuill. new manifolds,  hard lop. trailer, exlras $6500  8868443 #22ss  19 Inboard Clinker runabout  Very lasl and in lop condition,  surveyed value $8500. Oilers &  Hades considered 886-2738.  #22ss  2011 Reinell Cuddy cabin, rebuill  165 HP I/O. new charging .  starling system. $6000  886-4505 #22  1/' I arson, 198/50 HP Manner  0/B Road Runner trailer. $3000  885 7066. #22  Grew 215 (21 5) 225 HP. GM.  ONCI.O. FWC lawrence x4 Deplh  sounder. VHF. power winch,  head. FG bail boxes & exlras.  Moorage to Dec 31/91.  $10,000,885-9567. #22  8 tt. "Columbia" libreglass  dinghy, $400 886-7980.     #22-  27' Airslream. 1973 Deluxe  model, new carpet, beds, ready  to travel. $9900. 885-1942  #218  1988 25.5 II. Trav-L-Male 5th  wheel, oak cab's, stereo, awning, rool ladder, rear bath, sleeps  6.exe cond ,885-7315      #22  1978 8'9" Frontier Camper with  slove. lurnace. 3-way Iridge  Comos with boat rack $1500.  886-7237alter4pm. #23  1977 XTC Dodge camper van.  Stove, Iridge, healer, sink, awning, cruise conlrol $4500.  885-7298 #23  1977 Volkswagen camper, new  engine, new paint $6500 OBO  883-2703 #23  '83 Dodge Maxivan by Sun-  coach, sleeps 4. lurnace. propane - gas. capl seals, Hush  toilets. 3-way tridge, oven, awning: TV, exc. condition $15,950  OBO 886-8487 #25ss  1977 Volkswagen Westlalia.  2000 cc. fuel in|ectlon 886-2217  (Asking $3000) #23  IN110' Slumber Quem Camper  sell-contained, shower. HW,  double s/s sink, 4 brnr. stove,  auto light lurnace, 3-way fridge.  Venetian blinds, immaculate,  $14.000.885-3602 #24  12' Travel Trailer, slove, ice box,  sleeps 2'/!. $800.886-9621. #22  aaammmaeaam  AB HADDOCK  MARINE LTD  POWER WASHING  MARINE WAYS  60AT MOVING  toutboahos  -VOLVO-  Qasl Diesel  Oaraen lay IC  ���M-21.1  15' Sea Swirl Bow Rider. 35 hp  Johnson. $3200 $885-2831.  mi  1990 18' Misty River, alurnboat  and  ezee-loader  trailer.  40hp  Mariner. $7500 lirm 885-7163.  #22  16' Slangier 75 HP Merc long  shaft elec start LS Tow Post.  $18000B0 9210754.        #22  1975 Baylrner "Nisqually ". New  molor, 23'5". Chev. 350, FW  cooled. 2 burner slove. head  galley, deplh sounder. $18,000  886-7606 alter 4 pm. #24  8 HP Johnson 0/B. less lhan 20  hrs. as new. $1099. Call  885-9029 #24  18' Glaspar Cuddy Cabin Head, 4  cyl. Merc I/O, trailer. 886-3457.  $3800 #22  20' Double Eagle lully equipped,  ready lo lish, cruise, offers.  885-569) eves #24  1981 28' Tandem boal trailer,  $1500 OBO. 883-9110      #20sr  198/ Silverline 15' libreglass  hull. $500.883-9110       #20sr  19 Sangster I/O, spare molor  and leg $6500 883-2749. #24s  12' lund. 9.8 Meic 5 gal lank,  exlras $1500. 886-4886. #23ss  18' Rienello with 90 HP Yamaha  complete wilh Silec lish linder,  sounder, rod holders, live bail  lank. 2 down riggers, ski rope,  complete with soil lop and travel  lop. kicker basket and swim ladder. $8000060 886-3885   #23  M V Blackhsh. 24 Owens, well  appointed large lish dock. Coast  Guard inspected, moorage, parking, hydro paid nil Dec /9I.  featuring new Swann aulo. anchor pkg , new I MS. 200 til  Loran C. new lenders & brackels.  mooring lines, new windows,  completely relinished hull and  swimgrid. new handrails, flush  mount Fishon rod holders |5|  FWC 318 Chrysler, 120 hrs and  much more, $10,500, 885-7977.  #24sr  19' Campion. Hard lop OMC  trailer. Convertible top. deplh  sounder, slove. toilet, $7000  OBO, 883-1173 or 736-9105, #25  EVINRUDE OUTBOARDS  Special savings on all models in  stock. Full marine services. Hyak  Marine Services. 886-2246. #22  22(1. HT225. I/O DS, VHF, com-  pass, winch, 2 down riggers, 3  rod holders, head. $5350 wilh  electronics and DR, $4450  without. 886-4690 aller 5 pm.   #25ss  New 13Vix17 propeller, $120.  886-9034. #22  22' Sangsler, Iwin Volvo legs and  Volvo motors. Lots ol exlras,  886-9791.24 #24  1989 Pacito 20' Whaler. 1989  ,", hp Manner Warranty $6500.  883 9110 #20sr  24  Mobile Homes  Why Pay Rent?  $.74"/Month  Will buy you a new 2 oi  3 bdrm.  home wilh  stove, fridge, carpets  and drapes.  5% Down OAC  885-6340  PARK SPACES  Sechell & Gibsons  Singles & Doubles  lor inlo call colled  885-6340  #TFN  2 bdrm Atco 14x70 mobile in  Gibsons, complete with all skir  IiikI and deck to be moved, exc  shape $25,000 OBO For appointment lo view call 545 1760  #70sr  USED HOMES  IHOM  $12,900  597-3322  #TFN  WHY RENT?  Mrs Clean's 2 bdrm. mobile,  asking -BfcOjrO, REDUCED,  $25,900. This home is located In  Gibsons' linesl M.H. Park. Pad  rent. $190 month. 886-9826. #23  J/000 OHO lor charming 25'  trailer with Ihe works. Includes  phone cable and trailer hitch.  8B6-4719 #22  78 Crcslwood, 14x68. 3 bdrm  includes appliance drapes, setup in Gibsons on privale lot  Outck sale $22,000. 886-3262  #23  78   14x64   mobile   home.  $24,500,886-7013. #25ss  25. Motorcycles  K  ENMAC  Wd,-'  Oil Fillers. Batteries. Tires.  Riding Gear. etc.  Phone Jay at 886-2031  1987 535 Yamaha Virago, exc.  conri , 1000 kms. asking $2300  or irade Phone 886-4690. #20sr  Squire sidecar, two seals, brake.  Will install. $2200 OBO.  8857430 #24s  1984 XT600 Yamaha, 9500 km,  At condition, can be seen at Ken-  mac Cycle Paris, Jay, 886-2031  days, 886-9218 eves. #22  1985 Honda Interceptor 500 cc.  22.000 k. excellent condition.  $2300 OBO 885-3317 eves.  #22  86 Honda Aspencade, exc.  cond.. garage kepi $8000  886-9595. #25ss  88 Honda CR250 dirt bike. Exc.  cond. $2400 OBO. 885-7401.  #24  26. Wanled to Rent  2-3 Bedroom house with garage.  Family ol 4. 886-3322 Room #6.  #23  Small lamily urgently requires  house or cottage. Gibsons lo  Sechelt. 886-3324 or 886-2512,  #22  28, For Rent  ADVERTISING  FOR TENANCY  New British Columbia legislation  prohibits advertising which  discriminates in Ihe rental el properly. For example a person who  stipulates "no children" as a  condition ol rental would be in  violation of the Family Status and  the Human Rights Acts. The  landlord who places Ihe adver  tisement and Ihe newspaper  which publishes il would both be  in contravention ol the legislation  and could have a complaint tiled  against them. The Coait Niwi  will therelore nol accept such  discriminatory ads. TFN  Roberts  Creek   Hall  avail.,  dances,   parlies,   weddings.  Yvonne 886-7815. TFN  STORAGE  Healed, pallatized, gov't approved. Len Wray's Transler Lid.  886-2664. TFN  Da-Tiiy, Wlwn Crwk Hi".  Available Whetlchslr IkWI-s.  885-2752,8S5-9S63. #26  3 bdrm. waterfront home, lower  Gibsons area, unobstructlve  view, 2 baths, living & fam.  rooms, large kitchen. 2  fireplaces, 4 appl., sauna,  covered sundeck & boalhouse,  12x20', $1000.925-2107,   #24  2 bdrm. mobile home on acreage.  Avail. June 15, $650. 866-7727  afterfipm. Refs. reqd.       #24  Suite avail July 1, new house, 1  bdrm. - den, Tuwanek, suit 1-2  people, $450 & ulils. Call collect.  731-6696. #21  Gibsons - Spacious 1 bdrm.  apart. In new building, lurnished  or unfurnished. 298-5215.   #23  Gibsons, avail immed.. close lo  all amenilies. 3 bdrm.. 2ft bath,  rjarage. 5 appl.. (new duplex)  298-5215. #23  Room lor rent in view home,  lower Gibsons, utilities incl.. non-  smoker. $380 per month or  weekly rate available. 886-8097  or 885-3971 #24  Spacious new 1 bdrm suite,  view, private entrance, close to  lerry. $550 886-2332        #24  Wanted lemale roommate to share  2 bdrm   house. $250 includes  ulils 886-8309 aller 5:30 pm.  #24  Upper Gibsons. 2 bdrm. modern  Townhouse, all appliances,  fireplace, garage, no pets. $850  mo. 886-9856 leave message  #23  1 bdrm with shared accomodation in large new house, Gibsons.  $100 week 886-8952 alter 7  Pm. #24  Rooms  $120 Per Week  PENINSULA  MOTOR INN  886-2804  Weekly Renlal  Privale Island  Al  PENDER HARBOUR  Available on weekly rental from  June 15th il $1400 par wnk.  Monthly/Lease would be considered, located |ust outside  Bargain Harbour this welt ip-  pointed 1500 iq. It. home sits in  thl point ol It's own 6 icre  Wind, with 3600 iq. It. ol South  S Will facing sundeck, with wel  bir, gn stove, barbecue pit etc.  House ii equipped wilh  dishwasher, lei maker, 3  Iridges, 3 bedrooms, 2  bathrooms, wit bar and a sunken  marble bathtub lor Iwo In the  master bedroom etc. All linens  and dishu included. Good docking lacilities on Island and on  mainland, with parking. Located  al end ol Bjsrre Shoals lor grail  lishing.  For appointment to view, or lo in  pictures ol Whltestone Island, call  John Breckinridge, Vancouver,  531-5632. #22  3 Bedroom suite for rent wilh  lireplace Marine Drive. Close to  all amenilies Ready lor June 1.  $900 including hydro 885-1968  #22  Executive small 3 bdrm. house,  modern, Sechell Village, nonsmoking, no pels, adull oriented,  renl $775 per monlh, avail. June  15. Application at 5654 Cowrie.  Sechell. 8 30-5 30pm except  Sundays, 885-5525. #22  3 bdrm. main Iloor ol home.  Fireplace, ft bsmt W/D. Ige  yard. Off Chasler Rd., avail. July  1. $675 mo 886-8070.        #22  Room lor working person in comlortable home $350/mo. including utilities. 886-3003.  #23  One bedroom apartment opposite  Gibsons Marina, new building,  brighl, cheerful, lully carpeted,  new kilchen, bathroom Sale and  secure. $610 pm Phone  886-3420 #23  STORAGE  Storage space  dry 700 sq. fl.  Available immediately  886-2226 #23  Furnished, ocean view, 3 bdrm.,  overlooking Davis Bay, available  June 1-Sept 1, w/d, n/s. n/d,  $800/ino Or will share wilh  lemale prolessional $400/mo.  885-4164. #23  3 Bdrm. waterlront home. Porpoise Bay. 6 appl, lireplace,  bath, $850,885-5713.        #22  2 bdrm. house oil Shaw. $650  per month. 886-9135.        #23  Professional Mini Storage  rVflfVBWf._/fVG'  686-8628  #27  3 Bdrm. furnished apartment,  near lerry. $900 incl hydro.  886-7516. #23  Jolly Roger Inn, Secret Cove. BC.  1 & 2 bdrm , lully lurnished  waterlront lownhouses. avail.  Bob, 931-5591. #22  PROPERTY  MANAGEMENT  SERVICES  We will  ��� Screen potential renters  ��� Do moving in inspection  ��� Arrange lor maintenance &  repairs  ��� Colled 'he rent & damage  deposit  ��� Disburse rent monies lo  owner  ��� Do moving-out inspection  BRAND NEW  BUILDING  Ideal shop/retail/induslrial  steel building In Seamounl  Park. 28x52' with mezzanine, ollice, washroom,  shower and overhead crane.  Two large bay doors, easy  access, security lenced.  Contact Steve Sawyer.  Avoid ill thi hmlii md  problem, and Im kill i  pittance. ciH thi Property  Mimgimint Expert, Sim  Si-n/ar at  GIBSONS  REALTY LTD.  886-2277  W/F  collage lor rent/weekly  Roberts Creek 885-7248     #22  Quiet long term tenant wanted lor  modern one bdrm. apt. Four appliances, lireplace. close to  transportation $400 per month  Write. Box 195. Sechell. VON  3AO. #24  3 bdrm lownhouse. 1500sq.lt..  view In Gibsons. Rent $850/mo.  844-0164. #22  29. Entertainment  Innerwoven presents  In Concert  "From the Hawaiian  Islands.  Music  from the Heart"  WESLEY FUR-MOTO  Singer, scooemei. emeitsmer  nxonjing sunt  Davit Bay Hall ,.  Sat., June 1,7:30 pm,'  $7 at the door,  $5 advance  886-9821  30. Help Wanted  Wedding photographers���Professionals need only apply.  885-2882 TFN  Friendly, outgoing, conscientious  class 4 (bus) driver, part-time,  886-9318. #22  VOLUNTEERS  NEEDED  Hail tan-Not needed lor  Canada World Youth exchange program. A food  allowance is provided.  VHuntMr medad to assist  1 5 hrs on Tues and Weds  biweekly at the local toed  bank.  Coordinator   ol   volunteers  needed lor emergency planning  group.   Approx.   10  hours per month.  Levi   la   play   cards?  Volunteer needed to play  crib and  rummy with  a  senior in the Gibsons area.  Fir thin ind mori  opportunltlii, pluii  contact tha Vtiuattar Action  Centra. M5-5M1  A service lunded by the  Ministry ol Social Services  and Housing  Can you provide overnight respite  care in your own home lor 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.  #22  Ministry of Social Service &  Housing requites a home with 2  highly skilled cate givers lor an  11 yr. old boy requiring one on  one care. Fee negotiable. Contact  Judy Walls. 685-7101 weekdays.  #22  Appearance is important, get  your resume professionally  ptepared. Arbulus Ollice Services. 885-5212. #22  INSURANCE  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 tVO  #2"  Part-time bookkeeper lor 2  Sechelt offices. Experience wilh  trust accounts an asset. Reply  Box 98 Sechell. #TFN  Get Involved!  In a challenging new position  with Ihe Sunshine Association lor  Ihe Handicapped. We require an  energetic and committed person  to provide part-time lifeskills  Iraining and care to mentally  challenged adull females in a  residential setting. Must be supportive of integration of handicapped person into the community.  Must be available lor rotating  shifts and have valid BC driver's  licence. $10/hr. to start. Phone  Andrea lor appl. al 886-3217  Closing dale June 5, 1991.  #22  Cook- part time, Pender Harbour  (loll Club call Dave 883-9541  #22  Carpenter needed with -layout  exp   and Carpenter's  Helper  Wages negotiable. Call Marten,  885-2052. #24  Required Immediately lor summer  employment, enthusiastic student  to work with youths at Teen Drop-  In Centre. 40 hr. wk., $7 hr. Call  885-3436 or send resume to  Calch 16 Foundation, c/6 J.  Graham RR1, Mission Rd. Site,  Sechell, BC VON 3A0. 122  Short order cock, lull time lor  Garden Bay Pub. 883-2674. #25  Experienced breaklasl and prep,  cook. Must be reliable and well  groomed. Good wages for right  person. Lord Jim's Resort Hotel.  Call chel at 885-7038. Summer  maintenance person also required. #22  2 summer students: assistants to  Arts Centre stall. July 2 to Aug.  31. Senior and post-secondary  art students prelerrsd. Resumes  by June 20 to Box 1565, Sechelt.  #24  Vard worker, Rbts. Ck. area.  $7/hr. 886-7786. #23  131. Business &  Home Services  Going Away?  For the BEST in HOUSE  and PET CARE  885 2228  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD.  Topping ��� Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal.  Insured.  Guaranteed  Work Free estimates. 885-2109.  TFN  BILL'S CUSTOM WOODWORK  . FINISHING  Renovations: New Construction:  Kilchen Cabinels & Furniture:  Sun Decks: Driveways & Patios.  25 Vears Experience.  All Work Guaranteed  Bill 865-6190 or Gord 866-7071  #22  "pAT-TtON TRUCKING  Will do rubbish removal, landscaping, demolition, tree  removal, hauling. 7 yrs. experience. Reasonable & reliable.  885-6255. #22  LAWN - GARDEN CARE  low Spring Rales  We have:  mower,  brushsaw.  chainsaw.   seeder  &  pruning  equipment.  A Iriendly neighbour you can  count on. Gilt certificates  available. Call Lorraine or Bill,  885-9041. #22  Exterior Milnteninct 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 Inlerior . exterior  construction. Sundecks.  solariums. new rooms. No job.  too big or small. 885-6386.  #24  Tropical  Conitructlon Sirvlcsi  Foundalions, training, plumbing,  linishing, ceramic life, landscaping, painting.  15 Year Experience  Rets.. 885-3192.    #22  TRUE NORTH  FIBREGLASS SUNDECKS  Prolessional sundeck Installations  New . Renovations  10 yr. warranty  Mike, 251-5972   #22  THE ROOF DOCTOR  "Above all a healthy rool"  Rerouting - Renovations - Repairs  886-8585    #25  ASHLEY CONTRACTING LTD.  General building contractor, commercial & residential. 686-7406  NjMI;  #22  I will tutor you or your child.  English-reading, writing, spelling. English as a 2nd language.  Guitar or Banjo lessons.  Bible/Classics. Stephen  685-7009. |2J  Import car repair specialist, luel  Infection, gas. diesel. 883-2703.   #23  Carpenter/Contractor now  available lor new construction,  additions, renovations,  sundecks, repairs, handyman  services. Call Don. 883-2898 or  leave message. 123 (SCHOOL DISTRICT NEWS  Coast News, June 3,1991  19.  Recent changes have been  made in the administration  of four of the district  schools, effective in  September.  The new Principal of  Cedar Grove Elementary  School will be Jim  McGowan. Mr. McGowan  has been Vice-Principal of  Chatelech Secondary School  for the past three years. No  appointment has yet been  made to replace Mr.  McGowan.  Also leaving Chatelech is  the Principal, Jack Pope,  who will be taking over as  Principal at Roberts Creek  Elementary School.  The present Principal of  Roberts Creek, Stewart  Ilea us, will be the new  Principal at Gibsons  Elementary School.  Verne Wishlove, presently  Principal of Gibsons  Elementary school, has been  appointed to the position of  District Principal with  responsibility for Continuing  Education. Verne will he  following on from Mary  Pinnigcr, the present  Director of Continuing  .ducation who has decided  ,o enter into a private role.  A new face to the district  will be Jeffrey Kcnyon who  will take over as Principal of  Chatelech Secondary School.  Mr. Kenyon is presently  Principal of Nakusp  Secondary School.  School Hoard To Recognize  Employee. Service  This year will be the first  in the School Board's  program to recognize the  years of service of its  employees.  In a series of presentations  made in the schools and  other workplaces, all  employees with five or more  years of employment with  the district will be formally  recognized and thanked for  their service.  The longest service of any  employee is 27 years, and  more than half of the total  staff have been with the  district for more than 10  years.  Farewell for Ann Robertson  After _ I years working at  the  School  Board  Office,  Ann   Robertson   will   be  retiring at the end of June.  A banquet is being  arranged for present and  past friends and colleagues  to say a formal farewell.  Anyone interested in  attending the get-together,  which is to he held at  Rockwood Lodge on  Tuesday June 18th, should  contact David Short or Judy  lire wis at HH--HI84 for  further information.  School Mid let Cal-nder  The month of June is a  busy one for schools with all  of the final activities before  the summer.  The Calendar of events  below is a partial list  (accurate al press time) of  happenings in the district.  Please contact the School  Board Office or a local  school for more details.  Saturday June Isl  ElphliuioiK- - Graduation Banquct  Wednesdayjune 1th  l.lbvtrn  t'AC meeting  Ihursdayjune (sth  < cHar Grovr - Volunteer Tea  Cedar Grove - PAC Meeling  (hali-let h - Student Dance  Elphinstone -line Am Show _  Mussed Hand Performance  Gibsons - Primary Spurts Day  llalfmoon Bay - flake Sale  Robert* Creek - Sports Day  West Sechell - Appreciation Day  Friday June 7th  S-chell - Sports Day  "tot*: Friday Aflemoon Is a  Professional Development  Day ami students will nol be  attending schortl.  Monday June IIMh  Chatelech - Awards Ceremony  Tuesday June II III  chatelech - Grade 7 Parents  Merlins;  Elphinstone - Awards Ceremony  RKGtlUKSOItXII.IKlARIl  MKiniNG  Thurselay June I lln  Cedar Grove - Sports day  Chatelech - Year end exams start  Halfmoon Bay - Bake Sale  Friday June 14th  Davis Bay - Family Sports Day al  Porpoise Bay  Gibsons - Intermediate Sports Day  Monday June 17th  Chatelech, Elphinstone. Pender  - School - Provincial Exams  Weelnesilayjune I9IH  Wesl Sechelt - Sports Day  Thurselay June 20th  Gibsons - Appreciation Tea  Gibsons ��� Gr 7 Parents Meeting al  Elphinstone  Halfmoon Bay - Bake Sale  Monday June 24th  Davis Bay - Appreciation Tea  Elphinstone - Graduation  Ceremonies  Tuesday June 25lh  Cedar Grove - Gr. 7 Farewell  Dinner  REGULAR SCHOOL BOARD  MEElING  Mednesdayjune 26th  Cedar Grove ��� Primary Awards  Assembly  Chatelech - Grade 7 Orientation  Chatelech - Graduation  Ceremonies  Thursday June 27th  Cedar Grove ��� Intermediate  Awards Ceremony  Davis Bay - (irade 7 Farewell  Gibsons- Year-end Assembly  Langdale - Awards Ceremony  Madeira Park - Gr 6 Farewell  Pender Harbour - Awards  (c-rcmony  Roberts Creek - Grade 7 Farewell  Sechelt - (irade 7 Farewell  1AST DAY OF .SCHOOL  FOR STUDENTS  Host families needed  Canada World Youth is  back on the Coasl! Fourteen  youths front across Canada  and India will be arriving on  the Coasl to take part in the  BC/lndia Canada World  Youth exchange program on  July 29.  The youths 117-2(1 years)  will he in the community for  ten weeks to increase their  understanding of community  and international development, volunteer with local  service groups and organizations, participate in local activities, and live with people  on the Coast  Seven families are needed  to hosi two participants -  one Indian and one  Canadian lor the duration of  the program. Funds are provided to cover additional  costs. This is a special opportunity for you and your  family to meet and become  involved with youth from  other areas of Canada and  India.  Canada World Youth is a  private non-profit organization which has been sponsoring international education programs for the past  20 years with Asia, Africa  and Latin America. BC  communities have hosted  over 200 programs with 21  different exchange countries  Please conlact Manttrla  Peterson through the voluii  leer action centre al HKS-  S8KI lor more inlormation  THANK YOU!  ToAll WhHShontierlOur  ���...(KiABagl-avs  V^THRIFTY'S  HELP THE  IBS0NSE_2  886-2488 or Box 598  Wi  31   Business &  Home Services  RUTS  Crushtr Dust ���  Them Away Today  SOt/aq. ft.  886-8538  Reduce heat & glare in your home  or boat with solar control window  lllm, Call 886-2930 lor free  estimate. #23  We cut grass & we haul trash etc.  886-7892  #23  Absolut* Accounting  Manual or computerized bookkeeping, specializing in small  businesses, consulting/management. Reasonable rales.  886-9100. m  Bob's Painting ant) Dtcoratlng  20 yrs experience. Salisfaction  guaranteed Seniors' discount.  885-4804 #24  Prolessional tutoring and  upgrading lor GED. Call  885-7866. #24  32. Work Wanled  IN-HOME PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANIN0  Carpels ��� Upholstery   ��^  POWEBFUL IRUCK-MOUNIED /.'". ,  fOUIPMlNt It   Ii  BLSt POSSIBLE HESUItS     ���_/'.,  JUST ASK AH0UN0'        ��� **" '  886-3823  A DIVISION Ot KEN DEVHIES  l jfljj rn.icoviaiaM  Going away lor a few days and  need someone lo lake care of  your home and pels? Call  885-7376 #24  SUBDIVIDING  REZONING SERVICE  ��� Payment Options  Rick   885-2901  McCartie  Professional _ Efflrltnt  Committed lo Strvlte  Daycare required lor 1 yr. old  baby girl. Tues.-Sat. incl  Langdale to Field Rd. Relerences  reqd. 886-3867. #24  Molly Mouse Daycare spaces  available. 18 months lo school  age. Fun filled caring environment wilh ECE certilied stall  #31  Experienced, reliable babysitter  and cleaning ladies available,  phone 885 5406. #22  Babysitter/housekeeper/  mother's helper needed lor 2  children. Part-lime. Roberts  Creek. Phone 886-3181       #23  Man. 11on truck with hydraulic  IM dick will do rubbish rimovH,  lindicaping. trie removil, hauling DC. 7 yrs. nipatHnci  Riasonabli . rellibli. Pit,  885-6255. #22  Vardwork. hauling, landscaping,  etc. Reasonable rales, call Bill,  885-6170. #22  HANDYMAN  SCHIRA CONTRACTING  Carpentry,  Insulation,  drywall,  painting, patio stones, hauling.  One call does it all!  Alan, 886-8741  #22  Quality Babysitting. My Home  Rates Negotiable  Call   886-8199  2 Yrs. It Up       *24  Summer Fun Progrim  Now enrolling ages 6-12. For further inlormation call, Hallmoon  Bay Child Centre. 885-3739. #22  Puddle Ducks has summer openings. Fun crafts and activities.  Rels. 886-3767. #24  33. Child Care  FUNSHINE OAVCARE  oilers a full day developmental^  appropriate preschool like program lor your Vh to 5 year old.  A place where children learn  through play and Iree exploration.  Operated by GINNIE WESTON a  lully qualified EARLY CHILDHOOD  EDUCATOR who is dedicated lo  providing a rich nurturing play  environment lor children that is  sale as well as fun We are open  all summer - Give us a call today. 886-3377. #24  34. Business  Opportunities  IIG0LDEN LIFELINES]  ROLL EIMD  BLOWOUT SALE  je}- 'Best ���Wishes  Stuart  for a speedy  recovery  from the  Const Newser.  Are you being paid enough? Do  you have real job securily? Is  this your lifetime career? Do you  like whal you are doint? Have  you ever Ihoughl "there has lo  be a belter way"? II so, call  885-7897 #22  Wholesale meal and dell  distributors. $500,000 annual.  Sechelt/Powell River. $65,000.  885-5972.885-2534. #23  Notici il Sid  Pursuint ti tin Wiriltouiimin'i  UftlM  Notice Is hereby given that Ihe  storage lot held by Len Wray's  Transler Ltd.. Box 186, Highway  101. Gibsons. BC, in Ihe name ol  Heather Lyons will be sold al a  public sale lor debts outstanding  within 30 days ol Ihe second appearance ol Ihis nolice at a location designated by Len Wray's  Transler Lid. #23  by Joyce Otto*  Now  does  the  BIT  affect  housing   prices?  New homes are fully taxable. With the GST replacing  Ihe old FST, the price of a  typical $150,000 home  should go up by roughly one  per cent after rebates are  calculated.  Does the GST apply on  existing home mortgage  payments?  No.  Do I haw to pay UT oa my  apartment  raatai?  No. Under GST, all long  term residential accommodation is exempt. However,  because landlords have to  pay GST on their business-  purchases, some may raise  rents to cover these increased overhead costs.  De I pay 6ST when I stay la  a  hotel?  Yes, all hotel and motel  accommodations are subject  to 7% GST.  Do I hare to pay 8ST oa my  ion's music lettent?  As an educational service,  music lessons are exempt  from the tax.  How about Postal aer-  t/lceiT  Stamps and many other  postal services are subject to  GST. The tax will be added  to the cost of the stamp. So,  a 40 cent stamp now costs  43 cents when GST is  added. Products and services  not subject to GST include  money order lees, philatelic  and retail products that arc-  exported and outbound international freight valued at  $5 or more. Postal box  rentals are taxable.  If you have questions  about how the GST is supposed to affect prices, call  the     GST     Consumer  Information Office toll-free  number 1-800-668-2122.  If "junk mail" is getting to  your mail box regularly and  you want it stopped, write  lo:  Canadian Direct Marketing  Association,    1    Concord  Gate, Suite 607, Don Mills,  Ontario M3C3N6.  rUTURf   EVENTS  Future events include the  Executive meeting June 4.  Jean Sherlock invited me  to the Over 80 Tea on June  18.  Save some time to help  with the floats for  Celebration Days  If you're cleaning out the  clipboards and storage  sheds, keep in mind the  Gatage Sale on July 20,  Remember to get in those  recipes for our cookbook.  See you at crafts on  Thursday mornings.  SAVE  UP TO  Armstrong  Candide-Lino  UNBEATABLE  OANTLV$10.M  sq. yd.  BERBERS  Hardwearing  Nylon  __Q 95  ONLY * 3F.      ��q. yd.  LEXINGTON GARDENS '{Jf^)n  Saxony msrp $46.oo sq. yd 11C 99  UNBELIEVABLY LOW PRICE AT �� I Ul      sq. yd.  Preference  SHEET VINYL FLOORING  Over 400 Yds. in Stock  YOUR CHOICE AT  byTarkett  S YR. WARRANTY  ��8."s  sq. yd.  W-A-R-N-l-N-G  ��  Have you  supported  DRY GRAD  Yet?  Contractors take note:  AT THESE PRICES STOCK WILL NOT LAST.   Only at .  ConfojmD&sifjfc  Store Hours: Tues.-Fri. 9-4  FREE ESTIMATES  673 Payne Rd., Gibsons  886-3191  BLANKET CLASSIFIEDS  $195  lor 25  words  The Coast  News  is happy to announce  the appointment of  our new  FOREIGN  CORRESPONDENTS  Fran & John  Burnside  who will be bringing  you the latest from  coasl lo coast.   Man available lor lawn/garden  labour. Other small jobs,  Langdale-Rbts. Ck. Rob,  886-3822. ��2  Reliable experienced carpenter  available, new or renovations.  Reasonable       883-2231.  291-2501.  #23  Mutt-red Imi m 8pt��Wty  Wee-eating, brusticuttlng. etc.  Skip's Maintenance Service  8852373  #23  Will's Window Washing, junk  removal, etc. 885-7733.      #23  Thee, ads appear In more than 100 community newspapers in B.C. and Yukon    and reach more than 3 million readers t-70 ea*-dd.ton_ word  TO PLACE AN AD CALL THIS PAPER OR BCYCNA AT (604) 669 9222.      Call the Coast NeWS at 885-393D  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR  A DISPOSITION OF CROWN UNO  In Land Rocottlitirj Dlslilcl ol Now Woslmlnslor, and situated at  I'omlrji Hatbout. Take Notice tlial John Henry's Matinas Inc. Box 40,  Garden Bay, B.G, marina, inlendr. lo apply lor I'ureliaso of Fill for  Commercial futposcs of llie IrjMiig described lands: CrjtnrrKticJng al  the Sonttast corner ol Lol I, District Lot 1397, Han 13697, Iftcnco  lo tlx) present shoreline, llxmco nottliwaid along the prosonl shoreirio  ,'i|��>iii>iin;itriy 75 motors to Ihe POM ol iiiIwsocIkxi ol prosonl stacix)  atxl stx��i*ie shown on Han 13697 (approx. I rnclcr south of extetJrig  tit "Intent plant), thence soutttwaid along lln: shoreline shown on Plan  13697 approximately 75 motets to the point ol comrnoicemenl and  Mh-Wng 054 hcclaros, mom or loss.  lire purpose for wNch the Disposition is require. Is lot the  construction of a 1535 sq. fl. commercial building comprising 2  storeys.  Comments concerning this application may be made to the Office ol  die Senior Land Officer. 1401-4603 Kingsway, Burnaby, B.C. V5H  4M4. File #2405333.  Cardan  Pen/niulo  -    r\        Pender  X \jy> Horbour  Bua.nNaauptt.iEs  DOORSI WINDOWSI Interior and exterior wood, metal  and French doort, wood  wlndowi, skylights. MOREI  -Ii collect to WALKER DOOR  and WINDOW In Vancouver  at(604)266-1101.  ���USMfHS OPPOTTUNfTES  UNLIMITED INCOME POTENTIAL, Manufacturer now  accepting applications for  provincial distributor! ol  rJUICEWORKS", the amazing) new troth juice vendor.  Ca��A(-r��Auem_i-s1-e0O.  465 5006,   for   Inlormation  NEW IN CANADA. Magic Ts  TM. Hot oealno, change colour T-artrte. Distributors  needod In your area. Cal  today. Atlaa Company,  (604)493-9122. Penticton.  Free Information: New MLM  Mail Order Buiineu. Builds  downline fait Very profit-  able. Call, leave name and  telephone number lor knme-  daato reply. 1-852 5988.  Wel eetaUWied Home D-CO-  rating Buiineu. Excellent  reputation lor eervice and  product.. Proven clientele,  _ppon-ftity for expemlon.  Owner went, to retire. Contact Rainbow Paints, 4801  Joyce Avenue, Powell River,  B.6..V-A.B7.  EDUCATION  SOUND 6 RECORDING  COURSES. Weeklong  Summer Workshops taught  by professional engineers.  "Ha��Toa-on Instruction. Trade  Sohool Car-fled. Tax De  duo-ale. BULLFROG RECORDING SCHOOL, 2475  Durtber, Vancouver, B.C., V6R  3N2. (604)734-4617.  First Time In British Colum-  bial Workshop lor Inventors  and Entrepreneurs. Saturday, June 8, at the British  Columbia Institute of Technology. Cost $95.00 ��� GST.  Cal 1400-265-4559.  FOP. SALE Ms-  Peter's Bros. Paving and Inland Otntractltng Disposing ol  200 pieces ot Surplus Equipment, Dump Trucks, Tractors, Loaders, Bely Dumps,  Excavators, Pavers, Window  Elevator, Rollers, Dozers,  Graders, Jaws, 1213 Crush-  era, 25,000 gallon Hot Ol  Tank, Water Trucks, Equip-  rntnt. Traitors, Bicfchotn, and  TfuokSoatea. CalVbKwnpe,  (604)463-6791.  NORITAKE SALE! Terrific  dk-0Unt- on current paasmsl  ___v_red Wei-pocked, Insured. For price 1st on your  Ncfltake pattern, call Atexan-  dafantorkMMtabtam",  Toronto, tori-tree 1-800-263  FOR SALE MISC  Trace your Family history.  Write today tor your basic kit.  Charts artel Instructions in  eluded. $10. Cheque or  money order. P.O. Box 32001.  100-3749 Shellbourne StrtKit,  Victoria, V8P 5S2.  HELP WANTED  APARTMENT CONDOMINIUM MANAGEMENT JOBS.  Llve-lnr-lve-out All areas.  Fa tree r_rjcr_re write: RMTI,  460-769 W. Pender, Vancouver, B.C., V6C 1H2 or call  (604)681 5456 or 1800 665  'BE SUPER RICH* Earn  $?50,000 FT, $50,000 PT  Commission; Marketing our  exclusive 2 tor 1 music book.  Protected Territories available.  Free 24 hour information line.  1-800 2631900.  NEED EXTRA $$$$. CSM  Gifts needs demonstrators to  sel toys 1 gifts at Home  Partes. No investment or  experience required. Established company, call today  (519)258-7905.  WHOLESALE FIRM, Since  1976, NOW seeks 2 representatives In your erea. Display and Service Merchandise In established retail accounts. Minimum weekly  ettrr*to potential $-00+. Cal  (416)766-3174 or (416)756-  2156.  HELP WANTED  CAREERS IN IMAGE. Be-  come a Beauti Control Image  Consultant and change lives  - starling with your own.  Complete Professional Training Provides Total Image  Solution. Call Rhya 1 595-  0971;   Reporters here Is a great  Dpportunity, One of Canada's  (nest Community newspapers  Has a senior reporting position open immediately. Next  stop Editor? The successful  applicant must have minimum  3 years experience or related  skills in all aspects of the  editorial department. Send  resume and samples of work  n confidence to: The Publisher, c/o The Tribune, 188  North First Avenue, Williams  Lake, B.C., or phone  '604)392-2331.  LIVESTOCK  Assistant cook needed lor  summer employment. Would  consider student with College  Chef training. Write Fairview  Mountain Goll Club. Box 821.  Oliver, B.C., V0H 1T0.  O.E.M. Hardware Inc. has an  exciting opportunity for a  Senior Sales Rep. In your area.  We offer: Base Salary/Commission Bonus, Auto Allowance, Benefit Package,  Complete Training. Cal the  Sales Manager 1-800-663-  6554.  LLAMAS FOR SALE (Legacy Classic Sale IV). 70 Llamas being sold by auction,  June 8/91, Westerner Expo  slUon Fairgrounds, Red Deer,  Alberta. Call (403)346-3148  lor details.  MISCELLANEOUS  CLIP this ideal Do you have  an old or loo small photo?  Let prizewlnning artist Theo  Halladay transform il Into an  exerting gift. Sketches $12.50  up, pastel portraits $75, oil  $135 up. Also pets, executive portraits, composites,  restorations. Guarantee. Cal  721-2892 or 642-4118.  REAL ESTATE  PROPERTIES TO BE SOLD  lorunpaidtaxes. Crown Land  availability. For inlormation  on both write: Properties,  Dept. CN, Box 5380, Stn. F,  Ottawa, K2C3J1.  Campbell River semi  oceantrortl,, view, 98'x204' lot,  12x68'mobile,addition. Live  In while txiiWing. New school,  beach. Large garden. Take  rv/trl part down. $78,500.  923-3670.  For Sale or Trade. Commercial Building, main street  Creston, B.C. 100% occupancy. May take some trade.  (604)964-2946 or (604)563-  9623. 20.  Coast News, June 3,1991  SPCA  NEWS  If you are  looking for a  playful pet  who will  smother you  with love and  affection, this  is the dog for  you. He is tan  and white,  about one  year old, and  is eager to be  part of  someone's  family. If you  can give this  dog a home  please call  885-4771.  Joel Johnstone  photo  Pender Golf  continued from page 15.  gross, George Langham anil  Vivian Elwell; 2nd low  gross. Neil Reeder and Cathy  McQuitty; 3rd low gross,  Tom Held and Shirley  Grout; 1st low net, Murrell  Smith and Bea McFarlane;  2nd low net, Mac McFarlane  and Moni Langham; 3rd low  net, Dave West and Mary  Roop; closest to the pin #3,  George Langham; #6, Vivian  Elwell. Low putt honours to  to Neil Reeder and Cathy  McQuitty.  Senior Men showed up in  large numhers to play a  straight game of golf wilh no  cheating. 1st low net at 28;  Ekly Gandy; 2nd low net at  30, Cere Clements; 3rd low  net at 31, Ernie Holloway;  4th low net at 31.5, George  Langham; 5th low net at  33 5, Ken Hooper. 6th low  net was a three-way tie at  34.5 between Bill Dean,  Bruce Hamilton and Jim  Duntain; closest to the pin  on #3, Ken Hooper; #6, Bert  McPhee.  Garden Bay Pub held  their third annual tournament hosted by Marita and  Ron Johnston. Everyone had  a fine day of golfing and a  great afternoon lunch back  at the pub. Low net went to  Brad Godkin with low gross  going to Bill Dean. Low net  for the ladies went to Carol  Cotter.  Closest to the pin #3, Sig  Sigurdson; #6, Wendy  Haddock. Longest drive for  the men, Andrew Fletcher,  and for the women, Moni  Langham High Gross Award  went to the one and only Ah  Haddock.  projgcji  OFFICE ELECTRONICS  is pleased  to have supplied furniture  for the Sechelt Band's  impressive new offices  5484 Trail Ave, Sechelt  885-3735  FAX 885-1903  Music  Royal Canadian Legion  Branch 109 Gibsons, B.C.  (Ladies Auxiliary)  VETERANS  PUB NIGHT  Saturday, June Sth, 1991  8:30 ��� 12:30  - Peter London  Legion Hall  Tickets: Bar. Mary's Variety & Members  - $7.50 Each  ^  Member of  ALLIED.  The Careful Movers  LOCAL  MOVING  Call the Moving j   Specialists  For all local moving, or tor help wltn  moving awkward heavy items, pianos, etc.  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER LTD.  Pender Haibour customers  please CALL COLLECT  Custom Packing, Storage, Local * Long Distance Moving  HWY. 101, GIBSONS 886-2664  Colin James  continued from page 12.  potential. The intense, blistering solos which he rips  off the way you're supposed  to remove a hand aid were  .typically short and to the  point. While nol an outright  minimalist, James not only  appreciates lhal less is often  more, hut also has a healthy  enough ego lo delight in the  contributions of his side-  men.  Drummer Darryl paced  the group like some manic  metronome, anchoring the  flights of (particularly)  Johnny on his honking,  choogling. 50's-grounded  yakety sax. Bassist Dennis  (whose last gig it was with  the group and in whose  honour a formaldehyded  snapper was lowered from  the rafters on an outsized  hook) played with fire, conviction and idiosyncratic  theatricality. Keyboardist  Rick Hopkins was somewhat lost in the mix, and the  set was partially marred by a  gremlin in the sound system  which was never completely  neutralised.  The crowd brought James  back for a relatively subdued  encore, which signed off  Does the thought  of going to church  still give you a  pain in the neck?  You may be surprised to see how much the church has changed.  The way of dressing for services is more comfortable and so is the  style of worship. So come prepared to relax, free from life's  restrictions, and let the most important part of you breathe again.  Show your spirit. Come back to church.  The Anglican Church  For more information call 684-6306  or outside Vancouver 1-800-665-1105  with a   serviceable version  of "Shakin' All Over."  And then suddenly, with  a curious unrock-likc docility, the crowd filed out of  the arena. A select group of  Powell River movers and  shakers headed upstairs for a  post-concert mini-bash  where they could sip a  brew, munch a few shrimps,  and pretend they didn't wish  they could live the life they  imagine the clean-cut kid  with the face of a delinquent  angel is living at the moment.  PATTON CONCRETE ltd  "WHITE TOPPINCi  Your PERMANENT  Driveway Structure  I"  '.{,JflV���.-~     ' _l__t Tlvi-r^  Imiffnqpnuui_^iija_wa-|  -^-~~~IH-l!  I I  THE  Bushwhacker  Can't see your yard  for the weeds?  1 We can cut them  xdown & build you  >one of these/  /DECKS  DECKS  DECKS  SIDING ��� All kinds  h*-uc*$ Finishing  /.Gazebos  y Decorative Structures  Bushwhacker Enterprises  8855111 886-9088  ���PATTON CONCRETE ltd J  |       800-6642    Scott Ration   FREE ESTIMATES      |  DeVRlES  Floor And  Window Coverings  Your Decorating  Centre  .  -.   ....... __.:-e..;^.-_...... ������:_���-_.._�� ��� ______..  il


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