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Array LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY,  Parliament Buildings,  VICTORIA, B.C. V8V 1X4.  ���<-���  yy  ��� ~-y.'..y  #3^S��s**-  r  Wilson Creek flooded its banks last weekend and caused some considerable difficulties at Wilson Creek Campground and European  Motors. See story below.. "  Creeks cause]problems  rains  ���John Burnside pholo  Chaster Creek rose sharply Thursday night, at one stage covering  the bridge to Mrs. Chaster's house seen here. Considerable damage  was caused to a nearby campground.  ���George Matthews pholo  cause  on the  Heavy rains caused some ^  flooding in various parts of the -f"  Sunshine Coast this past**'  weekend. Two of the worst hit^  areas.were in the Wilson and*  Chaster Creek'areas1. $.  , On Friday and again ,on&'  ^Campground was tirtd��r>watej ,  J.\yith,up to one foot oj^water in -  .-the basement of BrtSii and Jane  Lbewen. Access to the campground was, cut off by a gully  cut by overflow water. There  were"about; 15 families in the  campground at the time.  Across the road the gas station of European Motors was  flooded most of the weekend.  Damage had not been ascertained at the time of going to  press but there was considerable loss of business  because of the difficulty of access to the station.  Residents of the area were  critical of the Department of  Highways which, they maintained, was very slow to react  to the dangerous flooding conditions on the highway. For  part of the night they maintained a vigil on the highway  themselves to warn motorists  not to hit the flooded highway  at too high a speed.  The RCMP were finally called and proved most helpful. It  was almost 4, a.m. before the  ^Dcp^trtfeht'of'Highways put  flares oitrthe road as a-warnirig  ' of the flooded condition;     /  Heavy silting and movement  of the creek bed is thought to  have caused Chaster Creek to  rise dangerously. The footbridge of Mrs. Florence  ��� Chaster was underwater at one  point, on Friday with access to  the house at the mouth of  Chaster Creek effectively cut  off.  Bonniebrook Campground,  again owned by Ran Vernon,  was also underwater for part of  the weekend.  Residents of the area blamed  the clear cutting of timber on  the Bonniebrook Estates above  Bonniebrook Lodge for the  dramatic rise in the level of the  creek at its mouth.  Outside of niunicipalities  agree zoning wrong  The senior ^planner of the:;:  Sunshine Coast Regional  District and the town planner  of Gibsons were in unanimous  agreement at a public meeting  held in Cedar Grove Elementary School last week on the  subject of quarter acre zoning  outside the municipal boundaries.  In a recent. controversial  decision the SCRD voted narrowly to retain the quarter acre  zoning in Area E (Gower Point)  and Area B (Halfmoon Bay).  "The density of one quarter  acre zoning stems from a decision made in the mid-seventies  which was basically wrong,"  said Gibsons' town planner Rob  Buchan.  "That original decision was  a mistake but to change it is not  a planning matter but a  political one."  , Regional district senior planner Jim Johnstone concurred  with Buchan.  "The whole coast is virtually  zoned into small lot developments. Small lot zoning could  lead to pressure for services in  the future, services which are  getting increasingly expensive  to provide."  With regard to the recent  pressure from Area E for  downzoning, Johnstone said:  "I've never witnessed such  strong request for downzoning  iri hundreds of public meetings.  I feel that the effort to go after  downzoning was a legitimate  ;Otie."  Both planners stressed that  changing the zoning is not a  planning decision, but a  political one.  Mayor Lorraine Goddard,  present at the meeting with her  entire council, said: "Don't put  the planners on the spot. Put  the politicians on the spot."  .Resident of Area E, Celia  Fisher, pointed out that frequently developers ask for rezoning.  "There seems to be little difficulty for them in getting it,"  she said. "When residents ask  for a zoning change it is very  difficult; when developers ask  for a zoning change it seems to  come very easily.''  Gibsons' town-planner  Buchan said that in his experience most applications  came from developers.  "As to the ease of achieving  changes," said Buchan, "I  could cite you a long list of  developers who would debate-  the ease of achieving a rezoning."  Regional director for Area  E, Jim Gurney, in commenting  on the recent SCRD vote which  overturned his recommendations for downzoning and the  recommendations of his Area  Planning Committee said:  "Never have I witnessed a  case where a director for a local  area has been so over-ruled by  the board. We used to have a  'gentleman's agreement that the  -recommendations of an area  director would be respected;  This board has apparently  thrown it out the window. It's  an indication of the kind of  board we have now."  Budgets for needs  School board defiant  by Maryanne West  The school board has decided to submit a budget which  reflects the needs of this district  even if it exceeds the ceiling set  by the Ministry of Education.  Speaking to the motion,  trustee McKibben said he was  tired of seeing local autonomy  eroded by the government and  that the board had reached the  bottom line in programme  reduction. Other trustees were  in complete agreement and the  vote was enthusiastically  received by. the audience of  teachers and parents. !  ���  As a result of this decision  some revisions were made to  the interim budget and the  previous motion to transfer;  fund's from the capital account  to the operating budget was  rescinded.  Final draft of the budget will  be made at a public meeting at  the school board office Mon-.  day, February 14 at 7 p.m.  Other school districts are  making the same protest,  described in an editorial in Victoria's Times Colonist as an  "appropriate message".  Secretary treasurer Mills  reported to the board that the  ministry has approved the  renovation to the shop area at  Elphinstone but turned thumbs  down for the present on the  plans for a new band room. It is  hoped the new shop facilities  will be ready by September.  A film, "Project Pride",  dealing with constructive ways  in which to counteract vandalism was shown.  Mown fo  Mil) closure  set for March  The7 Canadian Forest Products operation at Port Mellon  will be shut down for nine  weeks this spring from March 6  to May 8 inclusive.  The mill manager Harry  Cargo cited depressed market  conditions and depressed  prices for bleached and semi-  bleached;! jcraft pulp -as the  reasons fdr the shut-down in  conversation with the Coast  News last week.  "The price we are getting is  about five-eighths of the price  we had budgeted for sales of  between 14 and 15 thousand  tons per month and have been  selling about 6,000 tons per  month."7  Cargo told the Coast News  that while sales volume had  picked up a little recently the  prices were still very low and  the increased sales could only  reduce the heavy inventory and  provide some much needed  cashflow.  Cargo pointed out that present inventory at the mill consisted of about 42,000 tons;  Usually the mill has on hand  from 12-15 thousand tons of  pulp.  A major factor in difficulties  being experienced, according  to Cargo, was the recent  devaluation of the Swedish  Kroner which had given Scandinavian producers a very big  competitive edge in world-  markets.  The Port Mellon mill  presently employs 495 hourly  workers. On weeks one and  nine of the coming shut-down  about 200 will be laid off.  Weeks two through eight will  see 440 workers of the total -'.  staff laid off with only fire and  security people on hand. "_'���',  Cargo said that most mill  workers would be immediately  eligible for unemployment in- ",  surance benefits, having put in  a two-week waiting period in  the fall shut-down.  During the coming shutdown boilermakers will be  employed at the mill for six of '  the nine weeks repairing the #3 ;  recovery boiler. >  "We are doing this so that'"',  when the market improves," i  said Cargo, "we'll be better  able to take advantage of it."   ;  "We're trying to keep this  'mill floating," said the mill  manager. "I think we've done a :  fairly good job when you con- V  sider what has happened at \  other mills in B.C."  Sechelts close to  self-government  ,The Secheit Indian Band's ^  effbrtsjtq become the first self-^  governing; Band in' Canada -vilillX-:.  hopefully receive a positive  boost next Tuesday when band  members, appear before the  Sub-committee on Indian Self-  government in Vancouver.  Calvin Craigan and Gilbert  Joe, both of whom are contesting the position of chief at  next Sunday's elections, will be  part of a group which will make  a presentation to visiting MPs  on the committee. They will  also answer questions relating  to the band's capacity to  operate as a self-governing  municipality.  If the sub-committee is  satisfied with the band's  presentation it will recommend  that the House of Commons  pass legislation enabling the  Band Act to become law. The  precedent setting legislation  will allow all bands across  Canada to follow the Sechelts'  lead and apply to become self-  governing.  The hearing, which will take  place at the Vancouver Indian  Centre^ .has -Attracted-con^  sidierable media attention and  ^will be covered ori the National:":  on CBC oh Tues^ay^night^     X  SCRD hires  new  The regional board announced Thursday night that  the long awaited replacement  for a planner has been made.  Ms Geri Boyle, described as a  highly qualified planner with  experience in both the public  and private sectors, has accepted the position. She was  selected from eight applicants.  The problem which arose last  week concerning who should  recommend hiring, the staff or  the board, did not arise at  Thursday's meeting and board!  chairman Lorraine Goddard  confirmed that in accepting the  staff's recommendation, the!  board supported the policy of  allowing staff to hire new personnel.  Blood Donor Clinic  Tuesday, February 15, is Blood Donor Day on the Sunshine Coast. The only Blood Donor Clinic being held this  year on the Coast will be held at the Sechelt Legion Hall from  3-8 p.m.  Consumers meet  There will be a Consumers' Association of Canada (Sunshine Coast) meeting on Wednesday, February 16, 1983 at  7:30 p.m. in the Marine Room, Gibsons, (under the  Library).  Popp promoted  Pender Harbour and Egmont road foreman Art Popp has  been promoted to the position of road foreman for the  Gibsons' Highways District, replacing Oscar Hogue.  The appointment will take effect on March 1. Dave  Pollock will be acting road foreman in the Pender Harbour  area. -  Arthritis van coming  The Arthritis Society travelling Occupational Therapy  Van will be on the Sunshine Coast from Monday, March 7  to Thursday, March 10 to see patients who would benefit  from their service,  Contact your doctor for a referral to the van and Nancy  Martin at the Arthritis Society in Vancouver. 895 W-lOth  Avenue, Vancouver, B.C. V5Z 1L7, or phone 879-7511 for  an appointment. ���nupipriyrwa  2.X  Coast News, February 14,1983  j -  lit  K&  IO  <��������  : ' Some credibility must be given to the concerns about  >; the environment raised by the Area E ratepayers in their  yr. ongoing struggle to have minimum lot sizes in'their area  enlarged in order to prevent over development. Last  -week's rains gave ample evidence that coastal, eri-  X vironments are more delicate than is usually assumed.  ~Z In support of the ratepayers, both regional planners  *: and the planner for the town of Gibsons have stated that  -Z quarter acre minimum lot sizes outside of municipalities  v are a mistake.  -:������ The Berris Report on coastal environments and  I* planning stated quite clearly that over development and  y clear cutting in some Coast subdivisions have damaged  > both uplands and foreshore.  : - Clearly the time has come to take steps to protect our  ;~ rural areas from over development instead of continuing  ; - to risk irreversible damage to the environment only to line  ~> to pockets of a handful of developers.  x Who are the radicals?  ;; Futher to the above, it is our understanding that direc-  ;; tor Pat Murphy has been telling the Ratepayers' Associa-  *r tion in his area, having ignored their wishes in his all-:  ': consuming wisdom in recent SCRD voting, that they are  *: radicals who represent no one.  '-; It's an old game this, labelling as radical anyone with  T. whom you happen to disagree, and Murphy's bullying  X bluster should fool no one.  '; The fact of the matter is, Mr. Murphy, that a recent  ' Gallup poll confirms that more and more Canadians are  ; concerned about the environment and whether you like it  ��� or not over development in such fragile environments as  X the rainforest mountains can do terrible damage.  ; We can remember Mr. Mitten being somewhat surpris-  l ed when he wanted to put a huge subdivision of quarter  y acre lots on the hill above Gospel Rock when it was  ; pointed out to him that such mindless exploitation could  - bring the whole hillside down on residents below.  - Last week flood water came close to inflicting heavy  '������ damage on the house of Mrs. Florence Chaster at the  ".. mouth of Chaster Creek. No one who lives there doubts  ' that the clear cutting of the timber above Bonniebrook is  '���   already damaging the environment in that area.  And so it goes. The fact is, Mr. Murphy, that those who  '���   oppose over development are, in the truest sense of the  word, conservatives and those who advocate holus bolus -  change without thought of the future are the dangerous  radicals among us.  Promotion  praiseworthy  ;�����   On the positive side, the^pffice of'theEconomicCom- .  mission, Sunshine Coast Recreation Consultants and all  the participants in the Sunshine Coast display aVthe" B'pat J  Show must be congratulated for^first/class co-operative '  effort to promote tourism on the Coast.  Of the tens of thousands of visitors to the Boat Show,  thousands visited the display and certainly hundreds will  be impressed enough to visit the Coast.  This kind of promotion won't necessarily be rewarded  with instant returns but it is the kind of long-range investment in tourism that will benefit all business in our area.  ...from the files of the COAST NEWS  *: 5 YEARS AGO  %r  A member of Sechelt  jicouncil has had a civil  -;sU!t for libel filed against  chim. At issue is the  ;|;Secheltcouncirs request  ��f hat the lumber yard adja-  ccent to Sechelt Building  Suppliescannotbeallow-  ed to be there because it  is in contravention of zon-  ifiig by-laws.  &       10YEARSAGO  f&  Parents of Gibsons  ^Elementary school pupils  involved in a language  ^disabilities programme  present the action by  *:teachers rejecting three  ���Cteacher   aides   from  ^classroom operations.  >��The aides were operating  Sunder the federal Local  '^Initiatives Program grant.  ^Teachers, while not op-  vposed to aides, are op-  !**posed to using them to  ^replace qualified tea-  ��chers.  <&���:  &<ge\  15 YEARS AGO  The 1968 school bud-  totalling $1,934,223  up 22.3 per cent oyer  1967, was analyzed Wednesday night; V;  20 YEARS AGO  Two small buildings  now grace the Sechelt-  Gibsons municipal airport in the vicinity of  Wilson Creek. They are to  become a clubhouse and  hangar.  25 YEARS AGO  A letter to the  Superintendent of Motor  Vehicles will be sent, requesting the service of  the mobile testing unit,  as advised by the Sechelt  Village Commission at  the last meeting.  30 YEARS AGO  The public health  nurse who has been  operating in the area, has  been transferred to Vancouver.. A replacement  will not be made for at  least one month.  35 YEARS AGO  Not available this  week.  The Sunshine   ����^f f  M  (^Editorial Department  John Burnside   George Matthews  Fran Berger   Julie Warkman  Judith Wilson  Accounts Department  M.M. Vaughan  Advertising Department  Use Sheridan   Jane McOuat  ,   J. Fred Duncan  Production Department  Nancy Conway: John Storey  Neville Conway  Circulation  Stephen Carroll ���  Copysettlng  ���  Connie Hawke  : Gerry Walker  ^ The Sunshine Coast News is a co-operative, locally  frowned newspaper, published at Gibsons, B.C. every Monday by Glassford Press Ltd.. Box 460, Gibsons, B.C.  VON 1VO Tel. 886-2622 or 886-7817.  Second Class Mail Registration No. 4702  Mrs. Ellen Paul, grand old lady of the Indian Village and a famous basket-maker, who died on  February 14, 1968. She was born in Sechelt on June 17, 1884, the daughter of William Jeffries, an  Englishman adopted into the Sechelt Nation, and his wife Tghagaute. When Ellen was two years old  she was baptized in SS. Redempteur Church, built at Sechelt in 1882. She married Chief Dan Paul and  they had four children: One son died young while two, Reggie and Henry were elected chiefs. The  spelling of the family name was changed to "Paull". Ellen Paul's daughter, Mrs. Sarah Silvey, still  makes her home in Egmont. It was Dan Paul who turned over the famous stone Sechelt Image to the  Vancouver City Museum for safekeeping. Ellen Paul was renowned for her upright family life, singing  ability, industry, abiding religious faith, and strong counsel to her people. She was heard respectfully  when she spoke out on band matters and highly regarded for her fund-raising efforts on behalf of  school,churchandcommunity.Photoby Dennis Gray, June 1%2. Jo Warne's painting of Mrs. Paul,  which hangs in the Medical Clinic in Sechelt, is based on Dennis Gray's portrait. Caption by Helen  Dawe.  Musings  Xkt  "You have been strangely  silent," said Jake, "on the sub-'  ject of the leadership of the  Progressive Conservative party."  "What is there to say about  Joe Clark," I asked. "We  know that he wants to be leader  of the Progressive Conservatives badly enough to keep  submitting himself to humiliation after humiliation but we  don't know why lie wants it. :-<:  "We know that when lie wasT  briefly prime ministeI��� he  wanted to shift our embassy to  Jerusalem thereby alienating  all the Arabsi at one and the  same time. V  "We know that he wanted to  'privatize' .Petro Can and then  backed off from both with his  tail between his legs when the  new Canadian oil company  seemed popular.  "We know he failed  miserably to read the mood of  the House of Commons and  was turfed out of power after  eight months.    '  "I mean what is there to say:  about Joe Clark?'^ -X  Jake chuckled. We were sit-;  ting in his living room while the:  wind howled and rain battered  against the glass.    '  "Well, you've got to give;  him marks for uniting the  Arabs. Nobody: else has  managed that since ^Lawrence  of Arabia. The question, is,^  does the man deserve to be  prime minister or doesn't he?"  "Not so far as I can see."  "What about the Pro-  gressive Conservatives, then?  Are they .ever going to. be a:  governing party in this country?"   -      -'.... ���yy.'.-.y ,<���������  "I don't know, Jake. Yoti've  lived in this country a lot longer  than I have. What do you  think?"  "I doubt it, " said Jake*:  "The trouble .with the PCs is}  that they don't stand for  anything. The Liberals long  ago out-manoeuvred them. X;  mean when you've got Pierre  Eliot Trudeau, Donald Mac-  donald, and John Turner at the  head of the Liberal party  there's just no room for any  more free enterprise, big  -  business leadership.  "The trouble with the Pro-  John Burnside  gressive Conservatives is that  they are neither progressive nor  conservative. They aren't progressive because they haven't  had a new idea in this century,  since John A. Macdonald in  fact. They aren't conservative  because there doesn't seem to  be anything they particularly  want to conserve���other than  the monarchy that is."  "So if the Liberals are jaded  and corrupt and the New  Democratic Party federal non-  starters and the; Conservatives  are nowhere, what is there  ahead for this country?"  1 *^Pve;no idea, said Jake.  "We probably need a Conser-  yatiVe party, one that  represents enduring values and  careful management, but this  lot competes with the Liberals  for thcprimacy of every wrong-  headed policy yet devised:  Competes and loses. Not only  are they running'eternally second but they are running eternally second while trumpeting  their support for every single  approach to-running a government that has made this country an insignificant satellite of  the big brother to the south."  ''Well, then, what is there to  say about Joe Clark. He is an  insignificant: leadership  aspirant in a party which hasn't  had anything to say of  significance since old John A;  died/* 'xr:yyyyx-:  "You are probably right, for  once," said Jake. "And not  only that, the lack of any sustaining philosophy makes  whatever leader the PCs come  up with as irrelevant as Joe of  thejowels.  "I mean, does it matter  whether we get Brian with the  square jaw or Peter with the  blue eyes as leader. If by some  stroke of luck they got elected  the same old game of give-away  would be played out. To call  them progressive is a joke; to  call them conservative is a bigger joke."  "It's a grim outlook for  Canada," said I. ''With  nothing but the Liberals to look  forward to."  "You're right," said Jake,  as the window rattled with an  especially violent squall, "and  the weather is no screaming hell  either. Let's have a glass of  wine."  UMmwumnwjMm^  Sweet and Low  Sweet and low, sweet and low,  Wind of the western sea,  Low, low, breathe and blow,  Wind of the western sea! -  Over the rolling waters go,  Come from the dying moon, and blow,  Blow him again.to me;  While my little one, while my pretty one. sleeps.  Sleep and rest, sleep and rest,  "' Father will come to thee soon;  '* Rest, rest, on mother's breast,  Father will come to thee soon;  Father will come to his babe in the nest,  Silver sails all out of the west  Under the silver moon;  Sleep, my little one, sleep, my pretty one, sleep.  Alfred, Lord Tennyson  The second niajor mudslide.,  in a year on the Squamish  Highway has resulted: in the,  deaths of two men. We are told  that the nature pf the  topography of the area makes  such incidents inevitable.' Ih^  deed the history~of thelareasug-  . gests that slides have plagued \  that part of the HOwe Sound,  shoreline for many years. ^ :X  Missed1 in; the discussions'of ���  the dangersi' ofthei Squamish ;  Highway, howeyerV are > the ���,'  . consequences ;of the extensive;  logging oh theupper slopes5of  the mountains above tlie road. ���_,  I'm no expert in hydro-1;  graphy. or geology or ciyil  engineering, but the effects of  clearing the trees, vegetation  and ground cover:from steeps  mountain slopes must surely  have some impact, on the  , stability of the mountain sides.  If this is indeed the case, the  Ministry'of Forestry must sure- V  ly bear some responsibility in  the apparent lack Of stability of  - the area's slopes. Even some  reassurance that no major  slides have resulted^directly  from high level mountain logging would serve to reassure us  that these "acts of God" were  not aided by the hand of man. ;  If, oh the other hand, it can  be demonstrated that extensive  ��� high-level clearing operations  on slopes has the effect of.  destabilizing top soil, then we  might learn something from the  experience and make sure that  in the future roads are not built  below steep, logged-off mountain sides.  Or, more to the point in this...  case, that when roads are cott-,  structed across the bases of ���  steep, forested mountains,  those in charge bf issuing  forestry permits will not allow  clear cutting of the trees that  anchor the soil.  To think that for 30 years  now pepple have recommended  building a road around Howe  Sound to the Sunshine Coast  sounds crazy in light of the recent disasters.  The clear cutting of7 mpuns  tain sides also opens up'ah hi^  teresting local side issue which  may come under scrutiny in the  nexti Utile, while, There is ajarg^ v  area-above aiid adjacent^to^  Chapter1'Cr^er in -the-Brjrr^1  niebroOk  f trU's  which has'beeh^  clealr-cu?" aplparehtly: for" sub^  division purposes^- Therei is:  some speculation, as yet; not  proven, that the clear cutting \  may have had an impact ori the  creek which flooded it's batiks;  last Friday causing^ coti-;  siderable damage to the campground below. ; V1  Someone, somewhere,:must:  have. studied the impact of  clearing land on the stability of  the subsoil, or the ef fects exteii-:  sive clearing has on adjacent  creeks. I know when I spent'  some time logging that logging  operations are not supposed to  remove trees from the sides!df >  creeks. Then again I also  understand that not many.,  salmon swim up Chaster Cre^k:;  anymore. Maybe the boys from,  fisheries have made a studyi Or:  ���, the Department bf Highways;:;  ��������� . ;xyyyx-  There are several possible interpretations to the fact thit  most of the province's largest  school districts have refused to  stay within the budget  guidelines of the Minister bf  Education. The local ^school  board as welli has voted to submit, a budget larger:than the:  ministry has suggested. ���;  The most cynical view would l  be to suggest that these boards;  are submitting to public  pressure, knowing already that:  their budgets wiirbe:c^back;  but not winting to appear to be  thevillians.       "       :   ' -  On the positive side,7 the^  boards may be standing up for >  the quality of education and i  refusing to cut back programmes they deem vital. If this is^  the case, school boards will re-;  quire a high degree of public  support for their^stands.  There's not much doubt that  the minister has the power to;  cut budgets arbitrarily -and7  there is absolutely no doubt-  that Mr. Vander ^alriiris not  shy about using his power.  The boards will have to take;  the issue to the public for backing. When and if this becomes  necessary-and if the boards appear to have pubHc suppbrt, the  government may have at least  one of the election issues it  needs to call a spring election.  Keep in mind, as a closing  note, that I've never been right V  in predicting ah upcoming election. Maybe the odds this time-  are on my side.     -X'-'y  &  A  .v.- **^*-s^.ir*fZ&V&*~        ^.^< -^*   >��� -^ ^ir  Coast News, February 14,1983  Editor,  I would like to comment further on the recent controversial  vote on lot sizes.  The law says that a director  cannot-, vote on a matter in  which he has a conflict of interest. ; Director McRae owns  land affected by thisrecent vote  and he-rightfully withdrew.  Howeyer- he sent his chosen  alternate to the board meeting  to Vote. His alternate then proceeded to vote to maximize  McRae's real estate profits:  The argument that the alternate should be allowed to vote  because he is an independent  person and would vote his con  science is ridiculous. Alternates  are not elected but are chosen  by the director in his absence.  The alternate is not independent because his position  depends on the whim of the  director.  The regional board obviously should never allow such an  abuse of the alternate system to  happen again.  The regional board should  once again vote on the important matter,' but without the  prejudiced individuals present.  And director McRae should  resign for abuse of public office  for personal gain.  Bruce Moseley  T��ry sts&ry  Weapons treaty shameful  Editor,  February 10, 1983 was an infamous date for Canadians for  it marked Canada's deepening  involvement with nuclear  weaponry;  On that date,.an "umbrella",  defense agreement was signed  with the U.S., allowing for the  possible testing of all types of  weapons (including the Cruise  missile) over Canada. Fearing,  public criticism, the agreement  was kept secret and few details  have yet been released.  It is shameful that the Canadian government should reach  such a decision  without  parliamentary debate or public  participation. The escalating  arms race'is the most important  and pressing problem facing us  today and rather than  deliberating carefully and  responsibly before committing  our nation to greater cooperation (subservience?) with  the U.S. military, our government acted unilaterally and  autocratically.  We have the democratic right  and moral obligation to demand that Ottawa rescind that  agreement.  Michael Burns  Please Mr. President  Editor's Note: A copy of the  following letter was received in  this office.  President Ronald, Reagan,  The White House  Pennsylvania Avenue  Washington, D.C.  Dbar Mr. President,  I am writing tp you as a northern neighbour alarmed by  what is happening in the  world.  You are aware that the  Soviet Union made a public  Heart fund  Editor,  The Sunshine Coast unit of  the British Columbia Heart  Foundation is agajn. appealing,  tq'the'rj ublic ^support. Much'.  as jbeen done to help h^art patients; much has been done in  the area of research. There is  still much to be done. We are  suggesting that "small  change" from our pockets will  help make big change in  research.  There are many appeals for  funds at this time of year, and  all of them worthily appeal to  our hearts. However, the B.C.  Heart Foundation appeal is not  just to our hearts but for our  hearts.  (Mrs.) Joan B. Rigby  ����  "I love you  Editor,  A Valentine "I love you"  from the folks at Harmony  Hall. We consider the Coast  News "our paper" and appreciate having our Happenings published monthly. The  shut-in members look forward  to reading of. the events in our  hall.  Keep up. the good work."  Gladys Coates, president  O.A.P.O. 38, Gibsons  Skookum  Mark Guignard  My office is so small...  when a caterpillar crawled into my office yesterday morning, my customers  thought I had just installed wall to wall  carpeting.   :-i:  1976 CHRYSLER    I  LIKE NEW  ,   loaded with options including air condi-  " tioningV:' power \ seat." 32,000 original  'miles."'  SKOOKUM  DEAL  $4,597  If yoisr "My office It so small" comment is published you are entitled to a Free lunch at the Peebles  (value $10.00). Mail you entries to Skookum Auto,  R.R. 01, Mills Road, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0.  HOT LINE 885-7512 I  SkoekBien Aute  V Dealer 7381 3ech.lt J  commitment never to be the  first to drop an atom bomb on .  any country. If you would only make a similar commitment, we could proceed step  by step to dismantle those horror weapons that are causing  panic among the people of  Europe and North America.  You should be aware by  now that your policy of  escalating the arms race is  bankrupting the Western  World and dislocating the  economy of the United States  and its allies. Widespread  unemployment here in Canada  and in your own country is  causing severe social problems.   The   resources   being*  on  Editor's Note: The following  statement has been released by.  Conservative fisheries critic in,  Ottawa, MP John Fraser.  Editor, . (      . ."':  The Conservative party's,  position on the Pearse Report is,'  very clear. There should be at" ,  least one year moratorium:  before its recommendations^  are implemented, if they are to';  be implemented at all. The-  report is complex and, if inW  plemented in its present form,?-  will dramatically affect West  Coast fishermen. As it is examined more carefully, there is;  increasing    fear    among  fisherrnen that the thrust of the  report poses a real danger to the  lifestyle of fishermen, their  families, and the communities  dependent on them.  The Conservative party  wants to achieve two objectives: the first is to conserve and  enhance all stocks of fish; the  second is to guarantee the continuation of a viable lifestyle,  for the fishing communities on  the West Coast.  Our party believes that it is  neither in the interest bf the  fishing community, nor the  public of British Columbia, to  rush into implementation of  the Pearse Report until the full  consequences of its recommendations are understood. A one.  year moratorium would give  time to properly assess the  report���to determine what  recommendations should be  accepted, and what rejected. '  The Pearse Report's proposal to force fishermen to bid  for their licences is just not acceptable. Such a system would  eliminate all but the financially  powerful fishermen. If elected,  the Conservative party will not  implement any competitive1  bidding for licences.'  There'are strong indications  that present discussions among'  fishermen will result; in thee  squandered-ffor  weapons ;ofc^^s��aJ^sty^^  destructibrilSare   needed. .to/,<" Fisnetfes C6up.cii*v!Ine, Cpnsjer-  reverse this economic recesr*i��*r^yative" party supppHtelsuch *&  sion.  Isn't co-operation better  than incineration? Isn't trade  more useful than tanks? Isn't  cultural exchange better than  missile exchange?  How can you support the  right to life of an unborn child  and at the same time promote  the MX and Cruise missile  systems? Millions of little  chidlren point an accusing  finger at all members of the  older generation who are now  contributing to. the elimination  of life: on earth; It is hard to  understand how a Christian  society could dream of preparing such a calamity against  mankind;  I hope you will take some  positive steps now before it is  too late.  Olive Padgham  White Rock, B.C.  council from their respective-  interest groups, and should be,  accountable back to them. The  Conservative party does not  agree with the notion that the  council members should be appointed by the Minister of  Fisheries. Such an appointed  council would have no real integrity in the eyes of the fishing  community. Imposing a year's  moratorium would allow time  to collaborate, assign  priorities, and establish a  meaningful council to represent the interests of .everyone in  the fishery. .  The basic aims are clear. Fish  stocks must be conserved and  enhanced as much as possible.  Second, we must preserve the  unique and immensely valuable  lifestyle of Canada's Pacific'  coastal contmunities.  Covering  the Coverage  by Jim Ansell  The Agents' Role:  Your Insurance Agent acts on your behalf to arrange,  service, and control your insurance programs throughout  the policy term.  He cannot, by law, set or alter premiums, nor can he  manufacture his own coverage forms. He can, and should,  however, "shop around" in order to obtain the best rate  and coverage available for your'particular needs.  Therefore, to this end, your Agent should have a selection  of Companies under contract and/or have access to other  outside markets.  Your Agent, in most cases, cannot adjust or settle your  claims. He should, however* be in steady contact with  Ypu, your Company, and your Adjuster to insure that  your claim is handled promptly and satisfactorily. If a problem should arise, he should intercede on your behalf to  remedy the situation.  Your Agent is there to advise ybu of the type and extent  of the insurance you need to properly cover your, particular  risk. It is'therefore imperative:that he be granted full  disclosure of all the facts involved iri order for his advice to  be accurate. ��� ,  Always remember that your Agent is working with your  best interests in mind. "  Sunshine Coast Insurance Agencies Ltd.  Box 375, Cowrie Street,  Credit Union Building  Sechelt, B.C., VON 3A0  885-2291 ADV't  Oven Fresh  Oven-Fresh  muffins  4 varieties  6/1.59  Oven-Fresh  jelly donuts  1.29  Oven-Fresh  super grain  bread seo gm 1  Sunbeam 100%  whole wheat  bread ...454 gm  Grocery  Value  Super-Valu  ice cream........-  All Flavours     2 litre ctn  WE RESERVE THE RIGHT  TO LIMIT QUANTITIES  Catelli  1.79  paSta   . .   ..   1kg bag  Spaghetti. Macaroni  or Spaghettini  Niagara Frozen  orange juice355 mil  5 Roses  :��*���  It  -*  I*:  [4  j * ���  I.*  ��  2  9:  if.  v  10 kg bag  4.98  Kraft Miracle Whip |    Delsey ._. -  salad J bathroom , :   , _  dressing 1 litre jar 2.29 I tissue..���- 4ronPkg.1.49  \v.  Hi-Dry; |    Super-Valu  paper: to we Is   1.091 marga ri ne  2,roll pkg. I :  3 lb./t.36 kg pkg.  1.69  Miss Mevy  Cat food  170 gm tins  - epea cola or  3/-98I   Sprite       2 litre  2 litre bottle  169  + Deposit Coast News, February 14,1983  Roberts Creek  A familiar face in a new location at Sunnycrest Shopping Centre is  'that of Iva Peterson at the new Post Office in the Pharmasave Drug  'Store.  ���John Burnside photo  "by Jeanie Norton, 886-9609  Glen Kraus was elected chief  of the Roberts Creek Volunteer  Fire Department at the annual  meeting last Monday,  February 7. Past chief Dennis  Mulligan regretfully har| to  decline the nomination ;^fter  serving two years so Glei is  back in the position he helcl]for  12 years previously. : !^  , Kevin Shepherd will sta^| on  as assistant diief arid De|nis  James is captain. Andre Dube  is first lieutenant arid Dave  Parry second lieutenant;7  i��  Philip Gordon will continue  as treasurer and Clive Hall will  serve as secretary. Pat Parker is  the new chairman arid ���,���Edna  Naylor will once again jperfbrm  the duties of steward: w "^  AIDES BIG HELP:       &  Roberts Creek Elementary  had a good response to the request for parent dides but; the  help provided by the volunteers  has proved so valuable to' the  teachers that they would like  more.  The aides perform a variety  of tasks: making teaching aids,  marking, hearing children  read, helping with learning  assistance, and doing drillwork  Harmony Hall Happenings  by Gladys Coates  :X. Enthusiasm runs high at  ^Harmony Hall. At our  X '.February meeting 66 of the 120  c Ipaid up members were in attendance. They came to see what is  ;going on, and to get involved,  'X'be it trips, carpet bowling,  �� playing cards; singing,,danc- J  ' J n g��   paint ing   and   sob n  ceramics,  and just  plain  visiting.  January >yas a busy month  with carpet bowling every  .Wednesday, meetings and  social bingos on Monday afternoons, public bingo bh Thurs-  ; day ;'nights,.fun nights Friday  evenings and a Burns Night pot  luck  dinner on  the 25th.  ';Thariks tb>Frank and Peggy  p.-  NOTICE OF ELECTION  Public Notice is hereby given to the electors of the  Municipality of Sechelt that I require the presence of  the said electors at the Municipal/Office, Inlet Avenue,  Sechelt, B.C. on Friday, 4th of March, 1983 at the hour of  ten[O'clock.in the fprenop^,^or the purpose of electing  persons to represent them as follows: |; ^  One (1) Mayor...for Unexpired term. To November,  One" (1)" Alderman...for   Unexpired -term.   To  November, 1984.  *���'-  V"  The mode of Nomination of Candidates shall be  as follows:  Candidates shall be nominated in writing by two duly  qualified electors of the municipality. The nomination  paper shall be delivered to the Returning Officer at any  time between the date of the Notice and noon of Friday,  March 4th, 1983. The Nomination Paper may be in the  form prescribed in the Municipal Act, and shall state the  name, residence, and occupation of the person  nominated in such manner as to sufficiently identify  such candidate. The Nomination Paper shall be  subscribed to by the candidate.  In the event of a poll being necessary, such polls will  be opened at the Municipal Offices as follows:  Advanced Poll - .Wednesday, March 16th,  <     .,   ,    1983 between the hours  '��� ;.      of 9:00 a.m. and 5.00 p.m.  Election Day  Saturday, March 19th,  1983 between the hours  of 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m.  of which every person is hereby required to take notice  and govern himself accordingly. Dated at Sechelt, B.C.  this 11th day of February, 1983. -j.iA ' ,  . v J.M.A. Shanks,  "::    Returning Officer  Campbell for a well organized  affair, complete with piper,  haggis, Scottish dancers, and  singing by our own newly formed Harmony Hall Choristers.  The Choristers, 15 of us, also  wenUo the Kiwanis Care Home  and sang for the people there.  The members1 of our group  are a happy, blend of old-timers  Sin the area and newcomers who  want to become involved and  form new friendships. It is a  most harmonious mixture, and  may everyone help to keep it  that way.  '' { Work will soon be underway  on the addition to the building.  It will be accessible from the  present structure and in size, 24  by 28 feet, on the eastern side bf  the hall. This addition was  started with ceramics in mind,  ,x���but^j��heh��,we, got-four., wjjde  carpets spread out" fbtf' 'carpet  bowling, we realizecMh^t rfipre  room is going, to be appreciated  for various functions.        , '-  The trip Win Stevens <has  organized this month is to  Silver Harbour in North Vancouver on February 14. This is a  very large Senior Citize'n  recreation complex where all  types of crafts are in progress,  as well as dancing, card playing, carpet bowling, etc.  Darts has become a very  popular part of our programme, and every Wednesday  afternoon after carpet bowling  and Friday evenings after  cards, the dart throwers give it a  go.  This Saturday evening,  February 12 at 8 p.m. and every  Saturday thereafter, we are going to be dancing. The music  will be tapes, and instructions  will be given on easy dancing  for seniors with perhaps some  square dancing now and then.  Our next meeting is March 7  at 2 p.m. so any of you who  have just thought about joining  come along. The Choristers  will be "entertaining" with  Irish songs for Saint Patrick's  Day. Valentine greetings to one  and all, we love you.  with individuals and groups.  Most-help is needed in the  mornings but there is becoming  more need for work with: the \  ��� children in the classroom during the afterrioons.: if ypu can  help out a morning Or an afternoon . once a weeki call; the  schoor at 885-9229 arid l^ave  'your namei phone number and  : the; dayyou're most interested  in ' "working! :   :��� X]-  MONTHLY MEETING:  ,; The monthly meeting of the  Community Association.Is this  Wednesday, February 16, at  the Roberts Creek Community  Hall .New members are most  Vwelpome.-:Meeting starts at 8  p.m. ��� ' X'-"---X'X-":'  RETURN WOLF:  ; Npt too long ago it was noticed that somebody has a  mounted wolf's head; That individual may not realize it but  the head belongs to the Cubs  arid Scouts arid they would be  most grateful for its return.  You can contact me for its  "discreet return" with thanks.  FALSE ALARM:  The RCMP and the Roberts  Creek Fire Department  responded to a false alarm on  Geddes Road last Tuesday  afternoon. They could find no  fire when they went door-to-  door but a couple of kids acted  most suspiciously.  Not only are such pranks a  waste of the taxpayers' money  and the volunteers' time but it  could mean the men and the  equipment would not be where  they were needed if a real  emergency arose while they  were out on a wild goose chase. -  Apparently there have been -  several such incidents in Gibsons and the only safeguard  seems to be to ask for a number  to call back to verify that there  is an emergency. Wouldn't that  seem like a waste of time if your  house was burning?  SPIDER BREAKS FAST:  Good news from the James  household. Denny's spider is  finally eating. He got the tarantula before Christmas but up  ,   until a couple of weeks ago it  1   was showing no interest in the  crickets it's supposed to dine  '', on. Apparently tarantulas can  '   goyearswithou't'eating.'Oh;to  ' 'have' that kmtifof^illpo*tert  and bur 12 years' experience on the Sunshine Coast  Sale $18.95  sq. yd.  xyX-.'rrr- X:  Reg, $28.95 sq. yd.        '    ,     ,  Save $10.00 sq. yd. on this lovely 100% antron nylon carpet."'  Finished in a saxony style it is truly a carpet of distinction which will -  enhance any decor. Colour golden wheat and 45 oz. weight.      j  VANCOUVERJPRICES WITH LOCAL STOCK & SERVICE  .Two Locations to SeTve You  Gibsons Sechelt    ,  886-7112 885-3424 J  JAImE: M^km w mm  VOTER?  I  I  4  1.  In order to vote in a Provincial election  you must be registered! To qualify, you must be '"���  ' at least 19 years of age, a Canadian citizen orl ~  British Subject, a resident of Canada for 12 months',  and British Columbia for 6 months.       s . r  Registering is easy. Contact your nearest  Registrar of Voters or Government Agent.  And do it now!  Be sure you have a choice  in tomorrow.  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CREDIT UNION BUILDING  COWRIE ST., SECHELT  885-2291 .-j.i;-;��<.i;��l^^.V;a-&-i^,*:;r.:ir.:.*^;��^^^  ���\.rfsny?ru..'::^:. .-,,- ���������?:;������-~.t��*)isi&L.'_.  \  -<:  " v.  i#  1  il^Ss^ii^R^l^B^^  ��������������� -1 ����f>��>awaa_a<a��-_a����1a)_M|t_WaWBBa^^  Dorothy Stacey, Bert Slade, Doreen McGrath, Joyce McMillen,  Faye Hansen and Peggy Connor are the Heart Canvassers in the  Secheit area. ���joim Burnside phoio  Sechelt Scenario  on  by Peggy Connor, 885-9347  SECHELT WILL HOLD  ITS TIMBER DAYS:  A Sechelt Timber Days  meeting chaired by Malcolm  Shanks and held at the village  office on Tuesday, February 8,  brought a good response from  organizations in the area.  There was much discussion on  special events, theme, and, of  course, who would take on the  job of chairman.  Dorothy Goeson was voted  in with the promise that  everyone would fully back her.  She agreed to take it on to get  things started but would gladly  relinquish the position to someone else.  Now is the time for an interested person to step up and  do all the things needed to be  L8X6=��tf 8X6=4?  OXjf*n����n? Ufh  (Utth had the power or a pod-  Ttx;ood*ftoe-i*suiKiiot)  THE SWORD-  OFBHELHl  lAWRENGEWItT-EVANS  RBP  Bookstore  Lower  Gibsons'  86-7744  as3ca/3C \  done with Dorothy's direction.  Then they would be ready to  take on the position of chairman for next year. The next  meeting will be on Tuesday,  February 22 at 7:30 p.m. in the  Sechelt village office. The tirile  to make the decision for a new  chairman or a co-chairman  should be made at that time.  A former Timber Days head,  Joe Benner, volunteered to  take on publicity; Bonnie  Semotiuk, the May Queens; the  Timber Day Queen programme  will be shared by Kathy Acton  and Els Mercer; Linda  hemstreet will take on  secretarial duties with help  from other typists; treasurer  . will be Sharpn Page. Halfmoon  Bay Recreation Commission  will run the children's races for  the Timber Days. Committee  ��� and the Aero Club will do its  usual fly-past but will have a  fly-in on the Saturday.  Many other events will be  taken back to the various  . organizations for member approval before committment.  Alderman Ken short was  there to offer his support and  the backing of the village council; Dal Grauer represented the  Chamber of Commerce. These  are two important bodies  whose prime interest must be  ' the promotion of Sechelt. what r  better opportunity tharT^  Timber Days?  Loggers' sports are still in  doubt. Norm Jones will look  into finding interested loggers.  He also suggested the idea of a  Blue Grass Festival.  Timber Days is off and running.  RED LETTER DAY:  Tuesday, February 15, is the  big red letter day for the Blood  Donor Clinic to be held in  Sechelt at the Sechelt Legion  Hall from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m.  Volunteer nurses and helpers  are ready to do their part. Make  Please turn to Page Six  PENDER HARBOUR  ALIGNMENT  High Speed Balancing; Springs;-Shocks;  Steering; Axle Straightening  883-2221  TOOJ_,��  CHAINSAW SPECIAL  Purchase a HOMELITE XL76 with 20" Bar  and receive our    *o--..- Package''.''  A $35 value of v^nainsaw Accessories.  ust $419.00  883-9114  oVSoJjfeia  883.2269  ���,.-:. -WP..^;^v'.1^.^.^k  '. ��P"n Dally.'  : Xy'^myffXXMi'XXtX: ��� 7 aunt.  to 9 p.m.  by Jane McOuat, 883-9342  Suncoast Players have a new  production in the wings. It is  Barefoot in  the Park and  features Pat Thibideau, Ron  Cole,  Ronnie Dunn,  Les  Fowler, and Paul Jenkins. Joe  Harrison is directing and their :  first shows will be right here in .  the Harbour at the community  hall on February 25 and 26 at  7:30 p.m. Tickets are $4. Phone  883-9958 for reservations.  Posters will be everywhere this  week with details on ticket  outlets, etc. r      ,  , Harold Foster reports that;  the weigh-in and the Derby held  by  the  Pender  Harbour  Wildlife Society were both fun.  He only wished that rhore  members might have shown up  for    the    weigh-in    arid  ���refreshments at Lowe's. Hot  dogs, pop, etc., were served for  yoiing and old with the help of  Patti Malcolm arid Larry  \  Curits.   ';"'-.'.'.'        .. ���' 'X:r-;:X-  '-Duncan-.Cove helped with  their scale. Winners were: first,  63A. lbsl, Bette Held won an  electric, hook sharpener;^second, 53A lbs., Vince Perrecai;'a:  fillet knife; third; 5 3^IbsI, Ron  Malcolm, fish line. Hidden  weight: Ian Munro, 3 '/I lbs., a!  prize of one day's boat rental  courtesy of Lowe's Resort.  Smallest salmon:  Harold  Foster, 3 V* lbs., $20 worth of  merchandise from Pender Har-  bo u r   Chevron.    L ar g e s t  dogfish:   Andrew   Curtis  (Junior-Junior), a prize of a  cool seat courtesy of Ron Mur-  dock of R&M Auto Supply:  Peter and Peggy Grabenhbf,  fresh back from a short  Hawaiian holiday, have decided to play the Carnival Cash  Bingo game again. There's up  to $ 1,000 iri prizes so here we go  again. I can't stand playing it  and I feel guilty not trying to  win when times are as tough as  this. I can see I'll be playing  again.|Two hundred 'As' and  ho'Ls', aagghh!  Did anybody ever mention in  , all the.Egmo^t Marina hoopla  that all the,lumber (and that's  lots!) was supplied by A.C.  JBuilding Supply? It's easier to  remember the sub trades but in  terms of, numbers of trips,  well���A:C. ^now knows the  road to Egmont better than  ever.  Exercise.classes are starting  again on February 21 .We're all  getting into pretty good shape  muscularly and we're not looking bad either. Men and women  are both welcome and the  swirlpool feels great after.  Our road foreman for long  and long, Art Popp, is leaving  us for Gibsons. Although Art is  not keen to leave the Harbour  area he is pleased because he  has been promoted to the position of road forman for the  Gibsons area. This means he  will now have to oversee the  roads from Halfmoon Bay  . right through to Port Mellon.  That's a tough one Art!  Especially when it includes the  new' 'Lake District" of Wilson  Creek. Oh well, I'm sure you'll  make just as many and more  friends in, your new area. Art  and Barbara have to live within  a lOmile radius of Gibsons so  Davis Bay will be the outer limit  for their new home.  Saturday night at the Garden  Bay Fire Hall was an historical  event in terms of the Harbour.  As many former chiefs and executives as could be contacted  joined for an evening to record  as much history of the department as possible. One evening  after fire practice we began  talking about the department's  past and getting everyone's picture, past and present. This  meeting was the beginning of a  recorded history of the Pender  Harbour  Volunteer  Fire  Department. Would you  believe we've already past 25  years old?  I had some good feedback  this week;: When I spoke to  Doug Marshall 6f Pender Harbour Alignment this week he  said the ad and-the column  Write-up really helped. People  were phoning for appointments and he had quite a bit of  business. Well good, Doug! We  need an alignment shop and  I'm glad to help.  Coast News, February 14,1983  SALE STARTS  FEB. 14 TO 28 INCLUSIVE  ���In order to  V. CECCHS&  E. PETERSON   .  B.C. LAND SURVEYORS  STE. 204, 1326 WHARF ROAD  P.O. Box 1894  SECHELT, B.C.  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M.T.W.T.F. 6:30-8:00 p.m.'  Sat. 2.00-4:00 p.m.  Public Swim      Sat. & Sun. 6:30 - 8:30 p.m.  Family Swim Sun. 2.00-4:00 p.m.  Adults Only M.T.W.T. 8:00 - 9:30 p.m.  Adults'nTcanc        Friday 8:00 -9:30 p.m.  Ladias Swim T. & T. 1:00 ��� 2:00 p.m.  Many lessons & specialized sessions are offered. Please phone 883-2612, for more information.  PENDER  Madeira Park ���  We Reserve the Right To  Limit Quantities  CENTRE  -9100 Coast News, February 14,1983  Gibsons council and planner Rob Buchan were guests at a meeting in Area E last week, as was regional  board planner Jim Johnstone. .     \ ' johnBums.de photo  Planning delay deplored  ;'Area'E.residents expressed a  sense of frustration at the long  delays encountered in implementing theirs_ettlement  plan at a regular monthly  meeting held last week. In,attendance, as guests, were.  Mayor Lorraine Goddard and  the town council of Gibsons  al<jng with town planner Rob  Buchan and the senior planner  for the SCRD Jim Johnstone.  *<'!' We started working on our  settlement plan in 1977-78,"  said Bernie Parker, chairman  of-the Area E Settlement Plan  Committee. "We were told, as  a group of citizens, that we  would be working on the plan  for one year."  Parker pointed out that the  settlement plan should have  been completed in 1979 - four  years ago.  ���'-.' 'The delays were occasioned"  at the SCRD level and we ce-  tainly consider these delays to  be unfair."  At a recent regional board  meeting, Area B (Halfmoon  Bay) director Pat Murphy  argued that since the settlement  plans in Area E (Gower Point)  and in his area had not yet been  THIS WEEK'S  SPECIALS!  Regular  GROUND  BEEF  (While Quantities Last)  Prices Good Thru  Saturday  Tues. - Sat.  9:00-5:30  1  .-*>.'tK .?�����'.  passed into law they were not  binding.  SCRD planner Jim  Johnstone cited a shortage of  staff in the SCRD planning  department during the recent  protracted boom period as the.  principal-reason the settlement  plans had been delayed.  "We were short a planner for  a long time. When we did get a  third planner it took him seven  months to catch up in the  backlog of regular planning  business. He then spent about a  month on the settlement plans  before accepting another, position on Vancouver Island."  Johnstone said that while the  settlement plans had been 'on  tfie back burner' the plans for  Areas: E (Gower Point), B  (Halfmoon Bay) and F  (Langdale) were priority matters.  Settlement plan chairman  for Area E, Bernie _Parker,  commented: <  ''The back burner hasn't,n  even been turned on. There afe*\  a lot of people who are speaking out in favour of settlement  plans now \ thatx the essential  zoning aspects have been cut  5butv -   '��� ^������''������'*������'.���      wi'  GIBSONS  Tuesday, February 15 ,  SECHELT  Thursday, February 17  Coast 10 - Indian Band Election Coverage:  Wednesday, February 16  Coast 10 has invited the candidates for chief of the Sechelt  Indian Band Council to our  studio, offering the candidates  equal time to present their platforms., .-���  The show will be played  February 17 on the Sechelt  cable system at 7 p.m. The election is Sunday, February 20.  Next week we will play the show  on both; cable systems along  with the election results. Interviewer will be Fran Berger.  Part 1.   Survival Carnival  The second in our series  designed to promote the March  5/6 workshop at Elphinstone  features; co-ordinator Selia  Karsten. : f  This; week Selia talks with  local, entertainers Neville Conway, Budge Shachte, Chris  Carrow, Jerome Jarvis, Karin  Snyder, Nancy Conway and  Anthony Maitland. This show  features two songs you will  hear at the carnival.  Part 2.   Transition House  Our host Joan Cowderoy interviews Connie Chapman and  Elinor McCloughlin about the  Sunshine Coast Transition  House.  Part 3.   Trip to the U.S.S.R.  The second part iri our travel  series with Frank Fuller, local  teacher who recently visited the  U.S.S.R. features an inside  look at the Soviet education  system.  Journalist and teacher  George Matthews asks Frank  about his findings. Pictures  were provided by Frank for  Coast 10 and were edited into  the show by Darin Macey.  Part 4.   Morris  Entertainer Morris Bates  was here On the coast. Coast 10  presents a conversation with  him. Included are visuals of  Morris as Elvis.  Special thanks this week to  our volunteer, technical crew  Darin Macey, Carrie Sasaratt,'  and Ange&Krpnin.,,\.      ,    ��� \  $1.29  $2.83     kg  Sliced  COOKED HAM  $3.69 $8.10  Grated  PARMESAN CHEESE  SUNSHINE FAMILY  MEAT MARKET!  THE DOCK, COWRIE ST  SECHELT 88S-7969  Continued from Page 5       p  their effort worthwhile-donate  your blood.  MARDI GRAS AT  CHATELECH:  The same day as the Blood  Donor Clinic you can just continue on up to Chatelech Secondary School for their Mardi  Gras featuring games, competitions, displays, food and  lots of fun. It will be held from  6 to 10 p.m. on Tuesday,  February 15.  WANT TO PAINT  WITH A GROUP?:  Some painters are getting  together in the Sechelt area to  indulge in the pastime of art.  Those who have painted before  know it is more than just a  pastime and those that haven't  soon discover that fact.  The person to contact is  Brenda Straight, phone  885-3563. Lessons may be pro  vided for beginners or the more  advanced. The idea is to form a  group working in water-  colours, oils or whatever.  FEBRUARY 14 TO  FEBRUARY 27:  Monday, February 14 is the  starting day of canvassing for  the Heart Fund which continues on for two weeks. Canvassers are all local people giving their time to help your  heart.  PROGRESS OF A  WORK OF ART:  The local artists' first show  of the year is one of beginnings  and endings where the artist  will show a finished work and  by means of drawings, writings  or photos describe its conception and/or progression.  Opening night is February 24,  Thursday, 8 to 10 p.m. Work  may be in various media.  GARBO LOVERS:  The 1937 film Camile co-  starring Greta Garbo and  Robert Taylor will be at the  Arts Centre on Saturday,  February 19 at 8:30 p.m. Admission $3 and $2 for OAP and  students.   , i^??v^  Hwy. 101 & Pratt Rd. Gibsons   886-7359  Open 9-5:30 Mon.-Fri.  10-2 Sat.  We like line-ups even less than you do.  Come in early, leave your renewal instructions  and a post-dated cheque. Pick up your decal from  our EXPRESS COUNTER when you need it.  PAY NO MORE THAN AT ANY  MOTOR VEHICLE OFFICE.  Financing available.  All Lines of Insurance Notary Public  Suifcejut Agencies JCfcd.  886-2000 886-8212  Sunnycrest Shopping Center, Outside Mall      M  AT THESE RATES..: DON'T WAIT  ;  m ;  At the Arts Centre  Coast News, February 14,1983  An example of the  Arts Centre.  colourful work of H.C. Pedlar on display at the  ' __ , ���John Burnside phnln  Pages  from a  Life-Log  Peter Trower  ���.-: Ticking Into Jeopardy  Part VII  .V'What's the score?" I ask  Jake as we wait, for a screw to  open the wing-gate. "I figure  we had a couple more days to  do."  "Remission time,''' says  Jake. "You never have to do  the whole bit as long as you  keep your nose clean."  "Hell, I wish Vd known that  before," I say. "Could have  got someone to pick us up." I  keep the real reason to, myself.  Release is essentially a reversal of the admission process,  minus the medical checks. At  the front desk, the same screw  returns my cigarettes and  money. I am afraid he may confiscate rriy notebooks but he  merely flips through them  disinterestedly and hands them  back.  As Jake and I leave the of-  ficet i^bunswagonipulls up^The-i^  handcuffed men scramble  awkwardly out. To our amaze-  m|iitjgdiie; of ' thent^is^cotty?);;  Kejlar. He is sporting a black  eye and looks somewhat abash-  ed/when he sees us. "Back for  another rest cure, boys," he informs us wryly.    ;   ���  5"You'lI heverlearh, you silly  bastard," laughs Jake.  m  CARNIVALS  March 5 & 6  Elphinstone  High School  10 a.m. until...  FREE  ADMISSION  We head for the main gates,  pass gladly through them and  leave the .guards, guntowers  and all the sour traumas of  Oakalla Prison behind us.  Farewell oldmother jail  you have shown me all  your singular secrets.  I have seen the green-doored  killing shaft  hidden in your heart.  I have dallied with dark junkies  going down for the count  with pinned pill-hooded eyes.  I have met long lost friends  swallowed also  by your mouth of rotten-tooth  laws.  I have watched a meek  bespectacled guard  march nervously with his  yxrpopgun - ���  >- <-^>   -  beyond the exercise compound.  !XIhtive worn your frajffid "  uniforms  eaten your indifferent  felon cooked food.  I have listened to the night talk  of your hamstrung and your  doomed  like voices in some dreadful  dormitory.  I have seen the blanched faces  of the men that no one speaks to  except the death-watch screws.  I have seen your handcuffed  ~'  psychopaths  hustled roughly up the stairs  to the isolation tier.  / have seen a manacled pall  bearer  on his way to the institutional  funeral  of a prison-perished crony.  J have sat through bad films  with heavy timers  like a bunch of cynical kids  at a Saturday matinee.  300  deductions, exemptions and credits  to save money on your  T1 GENERAL  income tax return. H&R Block will help you  take advantage of every possible saving  , which applies to you. Prices start at  $18.00  at participating offices.  v It pays tp be prepared ~^by H&R Block   .  H&R BLOCK  THE INCOME TAX SPECIALISTS  HBH_B_BBBBHIBBB~a_i_WaWB_iWi^aWa^i_a^^Ha___a_fMaB  Medical denial Bldg.  Hwy. 101, Gibsons  OPEN MON.-SAT., 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.    Phone 886-7706  Call for after-hour appointments.  AND  UP  by Keith Wallace  Bright contrasting colours,  agitated patterns, bold abstract  shapes, gesturing brush-?  strokes. These elements are applied to the hilt in creating a  celebrative, party atmosphere  in Vancouver artist ri.C  Pedlar's exhibit of paintings:  and constructions, Masquerades, currently dancing  across the walls at the Sunshine  Coast Arts Centre in Sechelt.   :  This exhibit is also dealing  with style, making visual  references in the guise of those  early-20th Century art  movements and trends.that5  were expressing the ideology of -  a, mobile, machine-oriented"  modern society���Cubism,'  Futurism, Constructivism,'Artf  Deco, and Moderhe. The styles'  of these early-modern combines were based on dynamics -  and tensions (think of a 1930s'  neon movie palace) that contrast with today's late-modern .-  austere and formal aesthetic ;  (think of the black TD bank-',  tower at Georgia and Granville).  Pedlar is an exacting techni-- ���  cian with a keen sense of ,  design, his-work is in essences-  decorative, visually deman-'  / have watched your tittering  queen  going gladly to the Pen  like a stud to a whorehouse.  ding, and maintains a life of its  own regardless of the surroundings. Some of the paintings  are assembled with an innovative variety of materials���wood, canvas, hard-  board, string, laminated  paper���hence the term constructions. The clever use of accentuated geometric shapes  throughout, or pieces with serrated edges and set askew on  the wall as with "Jugglers"  provide a vigorous affirmation  of the zesty theme this exhibit  proposes. As do the colours,  particularly in pieces like "Red  Dot" with its striking red,  . pink, gold dots and squiggles  optically choreographed  against a strong black  background (black is frequently used...it sets the other colours off).  This show perhaps appears  more representative of a big city "night on the town" attitude  rather than our "quiet rural  evenings", but a party is a party  whether in terms of a child's  birthday or a full-fledged Mardi Gras, and I find H.C.  -Pedlar|s work adds rather a  bright note to our final days of  winter. Exhibit continues tc  February 20.  jy  f.  .^i *^��������""^^^���;,w!^. .4B..--��?.r;-.��i: - 4B \��*,--.;���S>..: �����^"^.v��--":i��;"'"��^v ^';.;��^-  / have reacquainted myself  with your immemorial  con-lingo  those bitter words I haven 7  heard for years.  I ha ve drunk immoderate  gallons  of your dishwater coffee  rolled interminable cigarettes.  I have seen them bring the  whores  through for the women's unit  .and recognized a wan and aging  face. -  ' i.  I have watched your screws  doing time  with you c6ns doing time    v'  with your walls. <;'���     ">��� -  Farewell oldmdth��fljaUn(  you have shown me all  your incredible innards.  >.  ���;v.  ���X//' i' y^?: yttrsxy^vr-:1  *-**���_���  li Wedding Plans are in your future, we invite ypu to attend our  Wedding  MARCH O ��� S pm.  at the Omega Restaurant, Lower Gibsons  y Meet the people on the Coast who-can  --'     help you withi your'.wedding plans...".  Village Greenhouse  .Sunnycrest Shopping Centre,  '"' "  Gibsons   886^3371   -  ���Jearanie's  Gifts & Gems  Sunnycrest shopping Centre,  Gibsons   886-2023  Omega Restaurant  1538 Gower Pt. Rd.,  Gibsons   886-2268  Super-Valu Bakery  -Sunnycrest Shopping Centre,  Gibsons   886-2424  Tri-Plioto  Teredo Square, Sechelt   885-2882  Chantilly Bridal  Boutique  1829 Lonsdale Ave.,  North Vancouver   986-2621  X "Registration Forms available atall of the above merchants.  5      For more information phone 886-3371 or 886-2023  "in/l ,', il 1 m ^ftlllfpili^^ Coast News, February 14,1983  S^"^"^  i-*"5^ '  rSSSSE^S��  tttXfy>m  &fe8  Sjs_?^  ;_r  A .V-i a*, >?.  f.-l  ��4����;  pKS  5*8  HH  Rsw  &��1  g^a-oman*  ��� ��� ��� _  Washington Russet  POTATOES  Money's.  MUSHROOMS  California  AVOCADOS  Sankist  NAVEL ORANGES  _������-���������������������  SOib. bag  3.72  *������.  ���������������*. ���_-***�����-������  ���  -*-�����-*  _-������._��������*���  3 lbs.  California  HOMEYDEW MELON  ���   0����*��-����<  each  .'���Ui0*T*J  ^S-a  e_3?��  sissM  7?Sffr  Si!$8&$��s:��i  w  ?.*&���?:  Wm  ,'-/.7-:  ��?'  7&;g��  Sl��S  ������������.*_�����  ,:Vi��2  **9N  mm  t&h  ���Mi  Hi  ,-��8SSO-\\  i��$  &��S  i^i^M* -.-.���,-  S..'v.a'.RB��Sf_'/:te_S .$>���:.���.. .���"...: ;.*;:���:  IS  **g*��HlB  "1,  ,*��"*  ���**^~i  f  , WholeWheot  3 -!Vv���v ;!,;���;< j s  each  *��  ��� ��� ��� ��� ���  M  Our Own Freshly  __Zi  Hearts & Flowers  Having just supervised my small person's efforts at  writing Valentines to all his class members I'm feeling  more caustic than cuddly about Valentine's Day - but  take no notice, there's nothing a heart-shaped box of  chocolates wouldn't overcome - hint, hint!  How   about   a  delightful day���  luscious   menu   to  celebrate  this  Cupid Rolls  Fried Rice  Hearty Salad  Coeur a la creme  ^Cupicfl Rolls  6 thin slices ham  1 mashed banana  100 ml pineapple chunks, drained  150 ml sliced mushrooms  1000 ml green pepper, sliced  15 ml onion, finely chopped  6 slices mozarella cheese  15 ml butter  salt JL pepper  1 .Spread a little of the mashed banana inside each  ham slice. Put a couple of pineapple chunks in each  slice and roll up. Place a slice of mozarella on each  roll up and fasten with a toothpick.  2 .Butter a casserole and mix the onion, green pepper,  mushrooms and remaining pineapple chunks. Place  in a layer at the bottom of the casserole and sprinkle  with salt and pepper. Place the roll ups over top and  cover.  3 .Bake at 180 degrees C (350�� F) for 30 minutes and  serve���minus  toothpicks���with   fried   rice  -  and  Hearty Salad  lettuce hearts, torn,  marinated artichoke hearts, drained  cherry tomatoes, halved  Toss together and serve with green goddess dress-  Coeur a la Creme  460 gm cream cheese  100 ml Whipping cream  30 ml Icing sugar  5 ml vanilla  30 ml red currant felly  I carton fforzen strawberries  1 .Make sure that the cheese is at room temperature  then beat it till light. Add the sugar, cream and  vanilla and beat till fluffy.  2 .If you have a heart shaped mould line it with some  dampened cheese cloth. Otherwise line some other  attrative mould and pour in the cheese mixture. Chill  for at least 3 hours, better overnight, then turn out  onto a chilled platter and gently .easy off the cheese  'cloth,   v  3 .Melt the red currant Jelly and spread over top and  decorate with strawberries (use fresh, of course, in  the right season, halved). Sprinkle with a little icing  sugar and serve.  Lots of love  Nest Lewis  ���     �������������������������������**�����  Nabob Tradition  coffee  Quaker Cereal  com bran    mm  Cbipits Semi Sweet 350 gn  chocolate chips 2.19  1.19  w   T   ��*,  RID HOI SlU'ClAi  ^f^i^^t"!  Jello  jelly powder 85,_ 2/79  Challenger  pink salmon 220 9.1139  Bick's Plain, W/Gorlic, Polski Ogorki  dill pickles   mi., 2.39  hi I I) Hi )l  sVI ( 7-\/  dog food  s -  >���*_     &   b  Soft More by a tiim  (enlT i^ SptcieJ Order)  Seciarr    418 m  wfy^  *hp^ \y *%t**?*w&  Loney's 42 gm  onion soup mix 2/79  Libbys 398ml  red kidney beans  Puritan ,:���-,  flaked  meats  Reg. Price  184 gm  ^~w.^5  Lilestreom  10%  oil  Reg. Price  Ass'td. Varieties a Plain    200 gm a 500 gm  libs. Smith's  apple r apple crumb  r, _"?.������ :^^;T^ ��� ���  ��� ./00 Olb   '.aamU  I'������'WaW':  Old South ���������'.'.���  orange lulce i55 .,1.45  12 - 850ml Any Flavour     24 - 300 ml Any Flavour  $5.99 + Deposit $5.49 + Deposit  P<_~'?��?w_v,<_*|w~p���.vwwv^  ALL SPORTS  ;  <  ��� r  i  i  i  i  i  l  ..I  Lkwm  836-9303  FISH  MARKET  Open 7 days a week  9-6  FRESH  HLLETS  Cod, Snapper,  and Prawns  $8$-78S$ ;>-���* rir-.y.*7,i^��J^^..^*..rwj;  &  li B  1 ^"  *JfL@,  Jf B   BS  Coast News, February 14,1983  I��  .��  Snn Rype White Label  applejulce  Sun Rype Unsweetened  applesauce  Heinz 125 litre  tomato ketchup  l.litre  .89  , .631 BEEF STANDING  u.dil  imuk :^i^c  Rl7) HOT s/T(7,W  * vVT"  to Sem fUstii Sizes 255-340 gm  Ken L Ration  DUP06r All Varieties 2 kg vJ  Powdered Detergent  tld6 4  Fabric Softener  downy 3__. 4.49  SE*%St*i  .-4.   t '^>"-  r  fcT'D hoi *>mciM.  fcwtys 7  teas,,  .m  tt     v\  s/.S  ��� vl  ^1  flsi'td. Varieties ..... 10s fc/ ���!#f#  -YS  Stretch and Seal  fqod wrap 28��.so.1.49  Colgate  toothpaste ..,,.�����__-1-  Polmolive  liquid  detergent     Mai 1.49  !IMllPI_llI_3l_3l��l��iaili3l_ilIlS  Crystal Coasters  wi.hr.ck  ��� The modern look  ���makes an ideal  gift.  ��� Included are 8  coasters with cork  inserts & 1 storage |  rack.  Reg. $5.95  SPECIAL PURCHASE PRICE    $3a95  [__]!__.  Casserole  XXX'-. by Py��x  ��� 2.5 litre  ��� For microwaves.  Reg. $10.99  SPECIAL PURCHASE PRICE  $7.93  jppppppillPlliilalill  Frozen Utility  CORNISH GAME  454-567 gm   16-20 oz.  Bulk  DINNER SAUSAGE  Sliced  BEEF LIVER  Fletcher's Ass'td. Varieties  SAUSAGE STICKS  kg  3.06  ka  _����� I U  500 gm   each  1.39  ib -98  1.99  Watch for our IN STORE SPECIALS  YOU GOT  \:\ f4f^S<?Jneral poll were taken asyng^hatv&sc^ ffld'S*important organ Jnthe body,���aside from the  'Computer brain, of course, with^tj^lchyncfae^  down. And no wonder. People have been kncfyvn to'getfalong without a gall bladder; with one lung, a partial stomach  and the absence of numerous smaller parts like the appendix and tonsils, but there's no getting away from the fact  that "You gotta have Heart" or the game is oyer. We hold the heart Important enough to use it to figuratively represent our most intimate centre and the seat of our emotions, as in the phrases "I'm telling you this heart-to-heart";  "Let's get to the heart of the matter"; "I left my heart in San Francisco"; and as proclaimed in Valentine's celebrations  by "Sweethearts", "I love you with all my heart".  February is Heart Month and once again we are being asked to support this worthwhile cause for so many good  reasons. Heart disease strikes impartially and at all ages,���who doesn't know someone who has suffered a heart attack���and funds are needed to help not only its victims recuperate, but researchers find its causes and cures. There  aren't overnight answersand solutions, and only our continued support will allow the necessary experimentation and  investigation which may someday lead to the conquering of this dreaded killer. Please give generously when a Heart  ��� Fund canvasser calls on you.  A Blood Donor Clinic'is also being held this week, and "The Gift of Life" is yours to give. It costs you nothing, it  makes you feel good to do it, and you never know when you or a loved one will need a life-saving transfusion, which  in Canada is free because of voluntary blood donors. A Blood Donor Clinic will be held  TUESDAY, FEB. 15th    3-8 p.m.  SECHELT LEGION HALL  Have a heart.   Give blood. ^^^-^i^^  REAL WIN  50.00   GROCERY   DRAW!  ������>��yiSO-00  >ti&  ���00    AT*"---'  ieW 9-9 1. Cut out this Coupon e/> o>a  2. Attach to your Sales Slip  ; �������� 3. Return to Ken's Lucky Dollar  iv  DRAW TO BEE MADE SUNDAY AT 5 p.m.  NAME TEL. NO.  POSTAL  Our popular $50.00 weekly grocery draw will continue  each week until further notice  %.:**]  WS '  l-s^?  *tyy t- u  Winner #131  Margaret Sullivan  GIBSONS  clihtic  pharmacy  .CREAM   '  Vitamin A&E  886-8191  Next to Medical Clinic. Gibsons  JLand-BSg Bekuty &  /^*^^rbeirShop,  OPEN - 6 DAYS A WEEK  -yxx^-r .'���  3 Hairdressers  to serve you  .      886-8916  (f Va.rirtP  Deli and Health.  jfoobs  Colora Hensaa Cream  Now in  plastic container  (4 treatments)  Reg. $6.75  SPECIAL ��5.99  886-2936 j  Shop with confidence.  Our prices are very competitive  We will not be undersold on th  \X^0 ��J* w>  advertised items,  We fully guarantee everything we sell to be  satisfactory or money cheerfully refunded. Coast News, February 14,1983  Mixed Bonspiel action at the Gibsons Winter Club last week.  Results next week. ��� ���johnBumsid* photo  Canuck Oldtimers  to play  The clash next Saturday between the Vancouver Canuck  Oldtimers and the RCMP  \% WANTED H  Used Furniture  and What Have You  AL'S  USED FURNITURE  We buy Hcei Hollies  886-2812  Mumps promises to provide exciting hockey at the Sechelt  Arena. Game time is 2 p.m.  with tickets going on sale at  1:15 p.m. Tickets are also  available at Trail Bay Sports  and the RCMP offices.  Players appearing for the  Canucks will include Denis  Kearns., Orlan Kurtenbach and  Bobby Smautz. There will be  an autograph session after the  game."  Church  Services  ���        THE UNITED CHURCH  CALVARY            .    1  [                 OF CANADA "  BAPTIST CHURCH  1       Sunday Worship Services  Park Rd., Gibsons  1                  ST. JOHN'S  ..";  Pastor:.Harold Andrews  1          Davis Bay - 9:30 am   .,  }'.       'Res: 886-9163'     ,      V  I-                 GIBSONS  v;   Church: 886-2611/    "v::  1    .  Glassford. Rd - 11:15 am  Sunday School 9:30 am;  j".-Sunday School - 9:30 am  Morning Service 11:00am  1            Rev. Alex^G. Reid  v      Gospel-Service. 7:00 pm  1            Church Telephone      '���.".::���'���  " .; Prayer &��� Bible, Study  1                   886-2333  1                                                                                    '.  ��� ���     Thursday;7:00 pm  ST. BARTHOLOfSlEW & ���     .1  ^GIBSONS PENTECOSTAL  ST. AIDAN-,         .,.���'*���';  " ,      CHURCH..  ANGLICAN CHURCHESX.  . ..Cedar Grove School  1        Parish Family Eucharist  ...;   Chaster Road, Gibsons  10:00 am  .,  Senior P'astor: Ted Boodle  I      St. Bartholomew, Gibsons  George "Marshall,  12:00  .Visitation Minister  St. Aidan, Roberts Creek    ,   :  v.      Sunday-School.9:30 am-���..  Morning Worship 11:00 am X\  SEVENTH-DAY          X;  Evening,Fellowship 6:00 pm   .  ADVENTIST CHURCH     \  ,,        ;���;-HomeBible Study;.        J  Sabbath School Saturday  .Phone 886-9482 or       .  9:30 am '  886-7107  Hour of Worship Sat. 11 am  Affiliated with the 7  Browning Rd. & Hwy 101  ��� Pentecostal Assemblies   .    I  Pastor: J. Popowich  of Canada                J  Everyone Welcome  GLAD TIDINGS  For information phone:  TABERNACLE  885-9750 or 883-2736  Gower Point Road'        L j  Phone: 886-2660            1  GRACE REFORMED  COMMUNITY CHURCH  Worship Service "10 am        I  Cwonio^  Cnllm.ir-hin  C-fin nm          E  Sechelt Elementary School  11:00 am 885-5635  Wednesday School 7:00,pm  Pastor: Dave Shinness  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY SERVICES  Sunday Service & Sunday School 11:30 am  Wednesday 8:00 p.m.  In United Church Building, Davis Bay  885-2506 or 886-7882  The house round for the Ex-  ,  port 'A' National Classified  Tournament was finished last  Sunday and the teams have  been formed for the zone  round. Winners of the five  classifications and the number  one teams are: for the ladies Vi  Wilson, Lottie Campbell,  Petra Nelson, Pam Swamson  . and Hazel Skytte; for the men  Albert Thompson, Ed Rid-  doch, Bob Fletcher, Armah  Wold and Freeman Reynolds.  Ladies' team 2: May Wid-  man, Dorothy Petersen, Sandra McHeffey j Rita Johnston,  Pat Prest.  Tearn-3:  Chris  Crucil, Amber Turley, Cheryl  May Dysserinck, Marion  Reeves, Bonnie McConnell.  Team 4; Belle Wilson, Phyllis  Handford, Vera Summerfelt,  Dolores O'Donaghey, Edna  Bellerive. Team 5: Lori Dempster,  Darlene Nooski,  Ena  Armstrong, Sue Sleep, Mavis  Stanley.  Team 6 has two  classifications tied so we have  arranged a one game, tiebreaker to be bowled Saturday  night and will report the results1:  * next week.  . Men's team 2: Art Teasdale,7  Trevor Johnston, Glyn Jones, ���  Mickey Nagy,  Ralph Roth.i;  Team 3: John Wilson", Jim  Gilchrist, Wes Newman, Gerry  Martin, Andy Henderson.  Team 4; Jens Tolborg, Art  Dew,    Art   Smith,    Rick7  Buckmaster^ Don Slack and the  alternates are Rob Schbor,  Da.ye Hoeving,  Ray Pinr  .^chbeckV Lome Christie and  Bob^klcCohnell.  These teams will bowl herein  the zone round on March 13  and the winners will proceed fo  the regional round. A very successful tournament with a total  of 353 entries.  In the Classic League Hazel  Skytte rolled 301-922, Frank  Redshaw 310-820 and Henry  Hinz had the highest score With  a 320 single and a 1056 total.  Nora Solinsky rolled the  highest triple of the week in the  Tuesday Coffee League with a  310 single and a 846 total and  Bonnie McConnell a 308-742  score in the Slough-off League.  Cauleen McCuaig a 306 single  and Arman Wold a 288-701 tri-:  pie in the Ball and Chain and in  the Phuntastique ���League Edna  Bellerive a 313-682 triple, Bob ;  Fletcher 261-712^ Mickey Nagy  280-727 and Andy Henderson  261-755.  A few of the higher  scores:  Classic:  Pat Prest  286-997  Swingers:  Mary Lambert  260-558  Cathy Martin  206-579  Jim McPhee  238-597  Jim Gilchrist  235-614  Gibsons 'A':  Susan Burns  -':���  280-698  George Langsford  270-695  Wednesday Coffee:  Rita Johnston .  ,240-670  PennyMcClymont        ;  253-676  Phuntastique:  '.  Mel Buckmaster  244-660  HenryHinz  261-691  Sechelt G.A.s:  Elsie Elcheson  253-525  RubyBreadner  234-526  Merle Hately       .���'���'���     '/  241-638  Buckskin:  Marilyn August  296-609  Youth Bowling Council  Peewees:  Janiell McHeffey  147-256  Bantams:  Natasha Foley  165-427  Karen Foley  169-453  Grant Olsen  192-427  Chris Lumsden  192-490  Juniors:'  Sean Tetzlaff  255-644  Basketball action at Chatelech, Wednesday, saw St. George's o'  Vancouver defeat Chatelech 55-48. Senior boys will play in the  Howe Sound Tournament in two weeks; senior girls play next week  in the Vancouver and District Tourney. Coach Cornell and the  : team-remind fans and parents to come to Mardi Gras at Chaielech  on Tuesday night. ���' _.Minim vk.iii.iii.h..  Cold water survival  by Shirley Vader  The time of year is drawing  near when the fishermen of our  community will; be getting  prepared for the approaching  herring, halibut and salmon  fishing seasons.  In an effort to provide the  ^fishermen with as much  knowledge as possible about  their safety preparations for  the coming season, the Pender.  Harbour Aquatic Centre is  sponsoring a Gold Water Survival Presentation on Monday,  February 21 at 6 p.m. at the  Aquatic Centre. The Canadian  Coast Guard will be presenting  a detailed lecture, slide show  and two films on cold water  survival.. The. lecture, films,  and slides will be shown in the  Pender Harbour High School,  followed by a demonstration in  the pool of types of survival  suits, life jackets, and other  life-preserving devices.  At this time if anyone wants  to try out their own survival suit  or life jacket in the pool, feel  free to bring them along. It is  AMAZING how different a  life- preserving object can be  when it is.actually ON IN THE  WATER:  - how highdoes it hold YOU  \ipt;XyXX.'.-yX- r  - can you swim in it?;  r wQuldit hold your head out  of water if you were knocked  unconscious?;  f tides it Hdve any signal  device attached? flares?  whistles? beepers?  - how long will it keep you  .from getting hypothermia?  ; All these questions and more  are yery important factors in  your cold water1 ^survival. The  Aquatic Centre has an obligaT  tion to our community to provide air our seagoing people  -fishermen, tug boat operators,  logging commutors, small craft  boaters, etc., with as much information as possible to ensure  their safety at sea. We urge you  to attend. Please phone the  pool at 883-2612 or 883-9257  for further information.  The Aquatic Centre would  als6;like to remind people that  fitness classes are starting a new  session on February 21, 1983.  When you look good, you feel  even better, so jump out of the  . February blahs into a super exercise class to music! We have  workout sessions for men, too!  Please phone the pool to  register at 883-2612.  ''  TAX  Basic returns start at $13.00. As an added bonus,  bring in this ad from Feb. 15/83 to Mar. 15/83 and  receive    100 POUNDS OF  GRAND FORKS POTATOES  One ad per basic return, please. Only 150 sacks available.  Ph. Bus. 886-8616 Res. 886-7498  CHILD TAX CBEDST $8  OFFICE ABOVE GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLtES  _ COMMERCIAL - RESIDENTIAL  THE MODERN APPROACH TQ YOUR HOME OR BUSINESS  Serving the Lower Mainland for over 20 years    Tei 883-2610  Quality, used lumber, bricks, windows, lights, plumbing, etc.  P ^ B USED BUILDING fWATERKALS  '���        1947 Tannery Road, Surrey  MONDAY-SATURDAY O08-13W  ';v^./>:We'aisobuy;used building materials  Gibsons Pool  IIIHlll!lllllllllli!llllllllilllllll!!lll!lllllllllllillllllllllllllllHIIIII!ll(llm  Swim Lesson  Registration  Feb. 19th, 11:00 a.m.  In The Marine Room  I  New Rates  CHILDREN JG-V^hr:  CHILDREN 10-1 hr.  ADULTS :10-V2hr.  ADULTS 10-1 hr.  WATERBABIES  $13.50  S23.00  SI 4.00  S25.00  S21.00  Sechelt Inn  Q.C.I. Mechanical  Seaside Rentals  Trail Bay Sports ,  Homestead Restaurant ���  Roberts Creek Legion  No. 219  Seaview Market  Magus Kennels  THANK YOU  The SUNSHINE C0AST BOXING CLUB  would likefo pary a special "Thank you" to  the following supporters who made our  tournament on the 6th of February possi:  b\ki.yyy. yyr-yr:-y-'.yry  Moe-Crafts '��� X      ^  Sechelt Legion No. 140  McLeod's Hardware  Coast Cablevision  European Motors ���,....'  Kerns Home Furnishings  The Coast News     .  Gibsons Legion No. 109 ���  Hairlines Hair Design  Come-Home Cafe,    ,  ..OmeQ^fiesi&uffihlXiX . ^  Giannakos Family  Ken's Lucky Dollar  Ocean Pearl  Lamb Marine Electric'-.  Carray Fishing Co.  Aaran Sea Fishing  Kinsmen  Maxwell Pharmacy  D & B Excavating ���;;  Totem Heavy Flauling  Al's Used Furniture  Wal-Ven Auto Body  Cedars Inrj ���  Elson Glass ; 7  Gibsons Building Supplies  Sunco Printing; '-;'";.  *���<<��  Zerofreeze (Port Moody)  Tee Pee Sports  (Vancouver)  Dr. Dennis Rogers  Gibsons Brake Tune &  Muffler  The Great Canadian  Dough Factory  The Hardworking Parent Supporters  Includes a new oil filter and up to  5 litres of Gulf Premium 10W30  motorosl-the Engine Protector.  MOST CARS AND  LIGHTTRUCKS  Also ask about the  995  TROUBLE  SPOTTER  SPECIAL  OFFERS END FEB. 28,1983  D ����� D Service  HWY7101 SECHELT  (Next to St. Mary's Hospital)  885-7543        885-7555  Gulf and Design is a registered trademark of  Gulf Oil Corporation/Gulf Canada Limited^  registered user.  V^PerfOTtn Coast News, February 14,1983  11.  Boxing in. 132 pound class saw Scott Pauloski win over David  Silivera. (See story, right.) . ��� GeorgeMatthews photo  Women's softball starts  Softball season is still a couple of months away but keen;  teams are already at practice  honing up skills which may  have rusted over the winter  months. ;  Many team members have  been attending Fitness Classes  iduring the winter. The  Wakefield Women's softball  team is ^Iso holding outdoor  practices every Sunday morning, 11 a.m., at Hackett Park.  If you are interested in playing softball, arei female, and  19 or over, phone $$$-9664.  Police news  GIBSONS RCMP  On: the 4th: A 30 year old  Sechelt man was arrested and  subsequently charged with impaired driving. The man was  apprehended in the Highway  101 and Crowe Road area at  11:20 p.m.  On the 6th:   Thirty dollars in  cash and a bottle of wine were  stolen from the Gibsons Lanes  premises.   The  break-in  and  theft occured during the night!  A parked vehicle sustained'  minor damage following a hit  and run  incident which occured at 2:15 in the morning in  Lower Gibsons. The suspect  vehicle is described as being an ���  ol<|gr   model; pick-up   truck x,  with wooden railson a box;'!.xy  Oi�� the .'7th: ^A'^-BMX-^otx)?.  CnSss   bicycle   was   reported  stolen from the tennis court  area at Elphinstone,Secondary  School:;; -"���-'' ' X'* ���].  On   the   8th:   Twenty-three  year old Gregory Douglas Hill  from Gibsons faces charges of  break and entry with intent to  commit an indictable offense  following an incident in which  Hill broke into a Gibsons'  house with intent to assault a  young female who was present  In the dwelling.  On the 10th: Two juvenile  shoplifters were apprehended  stealing some pop at Fong's  Grocery store in Lower Gibsons; The management of  Fong's preferred not to press  charges.  ' S_XHELT::rCMP���yy:X:X^  On^Xthexylthi  'Police  investigated a:H attempt to break  into^theX Sechelt   Family  Market;��� Thieves split the door  jamb of the back door when  breaking into the store.  On the 8th:   Vandalism was  repotted;;at the sewage treats  ment;plant in Sechelt: It ap-^  pears that someone attempted  to steal a battery from a truck  parked at the plant. The  truck's battery cables had been  severed. The truck is the property of the regional district.  A   shed   located   in   the  Garden-Bay area was broken  into, and chrome mag wheels,  and tires valued at $1,300 were^  stolen. The theft occured bet- '  ween January 27 and February  8.  On the 8th: Police investigated a' car fire reported  from the, Pender Harbour  area. The car was located  about 50 feet from the B.C.  Hydro Malaspina Sub-station  and was spotted by a resident.  Two members of the fire  department were called to extinguish the flames/'The car, a  1973 Chev'ftova', suffered ex- -  tensive damage.  On the 10th: A 19 foot  fiberglass silverline boat named "Saga" was reported stolen  from Hospital Bay in the  Garden Bay area. The boat,  blue and white in colour, is  valued at $20,000.  evening  at Arts  Centre  Andreas Schroeder, who will  read one bf his new works at the  Arts Centre on February 18, is a  man witE an astonishing  number of talents. He has been  editor, lecturer, literary critic  and columnist, translator, film  maker, chairman of the  Writers' Union of Canada. ���  This literary evening is co-  sponsored by the Arts Council  ��� andthe Canada Council. It will  begin at 8 p.m. in the Arts Centre, in Sechelt. There is no  charge for admission.  y  ANOTHER FIRST FROM  SEABIRD RENTALS  EQUIPMENT  NOW AVAiLABLE  BY THE HOUR  "Do it yourself' at our shop for small to medium portable  material, or rent off premises for major projects, phone  ahead to pre-book your time 886-8744.  ���m  PFNTALS LTD  Behind Windsor Plywood, Gibsons  SEAMQNT^PUSTIM^ - 886.9744  by George Matthews  # The All Star Boxing Touf  ' nament, sponsored by the  Sunshine Coast Boxing Club  held a week ago Sunday at the  Elphinstone Secondary gymnasium drew an enthusiastic  crowd of over 400 for the  15-bout card.  The tournament, sanctioned  by the B.C. Amateur Boxing  Association, saw 8 fighters  from the local club, coached  by Barry Krangle and Tom  Pes Lauriers take 7 of. theft 8  bouts against opponents from  Hastings, Langley,  Queensborough,   Richmond,  and Shamrock. -  In the first bout on the card,  Aaron Foster of the Sunshine  Coast won his 75 pound exhibition match against Rich-7  mond's Tory Rose. Chris  Wigard of the Sunshine Coast  defeated Wade Bush; of  Langley in another 75 pound  class fight. Local boy Craig  Kelly won his bout in the 75  pound junior class when the  referee stopped the fight in the  first round. -  In the 80 pound junior class,  Brad Smith of the Sunshine  Coast won against Jason  Cooper of Queens.  Following the intermission,  the Sunshine Coast's Tony  Duffy won his 105 pound  junior division fight beating  Suraj Jaswal of Shamrock. In"  one of the most entertaining  fights of the day,. Scott  Pauloski pounded out a decision over David Silivera of  Queens in the 132 pound  junior class.  The Coast's Trevor Pearl  was narrowly defeated by  Dominic Dentico of Queens in  a 132 pound intermediate  bout.  In the feature bout, the Sun  shine Coast's Bill Franklin  made short work of Dave  Kelder of Hastings in a 147  poind intermediate match,  when referee Syd Knopp of the  BCABC stopped the fight in  the first round.  The bout was run under  strict BCABC rules and the  fighters displayed good sportsmanship throughout.  Chatelech  Mardi  Gras  The students and staff of  Chatelech Secondary School in  Sechelt invite all members of  the public to the school's first  annual Mardi Gras this Tuesday evening February 15 in the  school gymnasium.  The celebration will include  games, food, music and variety  of things to do. The purpose of  the evening is to raise funds for  clubs, travel and special events.  SEE FOR YOURSELF WHAT WE CAN DO!  WINDOWS  DOUBLE SEALED INSULATING GLASS  INSIDE STORM  WINDOWS  C4���4>  4td.  1002 Windermere Street  Vancouver, B.C. V5K 4J8  -S131 or 885-5092  J  I  ntegrity  The  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945  roiCES EFFECTIVE UNTllFEB. 19.1983  SlS^Si^ WHW QUANTrr.ES LAST  Suri^prest Mall, Gibsons  ���'?.&  PAY   THE   REGULAR  PRICE   FOR   A   SINGLE  DOUBLE THE V_ALUE FOR  SAVINGS ARE GREAT -  AT SAAN.  MEN'S SHORT  CASUAL. SHIRTS  HARVEY  \  SKy  V  '����� .<**  t^  v"  ~Ji  \,  .>*  tS2  1  MANY STYLES TO  CHOOSE FROM IN  POLYESTER AND  COTTON KNIT  2 FOR  r<  HARVEY  WOODS  ������./a-  '���0'  ��i��%  ���t���  ���ACW.  ~~'^r��<'  ���*~z&u  ,*.��>  HOCKEY  Here's your chance  to double your savings over and over.  See our wide selection of these famous  makes ���"JOCKEY"  and "HARVEY  WOODSY Solids,  stripes, contrast piping all come in a  range of colors, including White. Sizes:  S; M, L, XL collec-  tivelyv Come early  for best selection.  U  Jtfr.  **.<-!���.  DOMEM^^ 12.  Coast News, February 14,1983  Editor,  It is interesting to note in the  January 31 issue of the Coast  News, reporting on the SCRD  zoning by-law changes that  director Shaske comments that  the change from R2 to Rl zoning will be used to prevent the  location of mobile homes in  that area.  ; NOT SO MR. SHASKE.  ��� Sechelt zoning By-law 146  specifically EXCLUDED  mobile homes iri Rl zones. This  fact is clear, and unambiguous,  and has been used effectively to  uphold that exclusion until  December 1981. Despite this  fact, thevillage clerk allowed a  singlewide mobile home to be  located on an Rl zoned lot on  Surf Circle. When this decision  was protested by the property  owners in the immediate vicinity they were told that the  mobile home was to become a  house because of the intended  changes and proposed additions to the mobile home and it  was allowed to stay in what we  see as a direct violation of this  by-law.  We maintained a by-law  change was required BEFORE  the approval was given, not  after. The village clerk decided  to change the interpretation,of  the by-law in this instance,.  rather than refuse the applicant. .-.,. ,,.-.,y  Letters and circulars from  the Ministry of Municipal Affairs in Victoria pointed out the  need to review by-laws in  municipalities and regional  districts.      To      remove:  discrimination against mobile;  homes if necessary, and to set  aside areas within boundaries;  of municipalities where mobile  homes could be located to take:  advantage of the amenities  available.  These were, however, ONLY  recommendations and opinions. NOT by-law changes.  By-law 146 was not changed,  but the mobile home went onto  the Rl zoned lot regardless of  that fact.  So you see, Mr. Shaske, Rl  . zoning does NOT give you the  protection you are seeking.  It is hoped that by bringing  this situation again tb public attention you will be able to provide the property owners in  your area with better protection for their property investment than we got from our  village representatives.  Brian and Irene Ludlam  Public appears to accept mobile home regulations  Editor's Note: A copy of the  following letter was received in  this office.  Brian and Irene Ludlam  P.O. Box 1825  Sechelt, B.C.  V0N3A0  Dear Mr. and Mrs. Ludlam  RE: Mobile Homes on  ���."������       Individual Lots  * Thank you for your concern  expressed in your letter of  February 3, 1983 regarding the  enforceability of prohibitive  mobile home regulations.  Rather than compare regional  district regulations with those  of the Village of Sechelt or any  other municipality, the forego-'���  ing will deal with regional  district by-laws only jn respect  qf mobile home location. Certainly by-laws may be drafted  with differing intents and legal  wording and with a difference  in implementation in mind  from one regulatory body to  the next.  Currently By-law 96, being  the Sunshine Coast Regional  District Land Use Regulation  By-law, permits mobile homes  in each zone but the residential  one (Rl) zone. The definition  of mobile home which forms a  part of By-law 96 states:  "Mobile home means a dwell;-  ing which: ���  (a) is designed for year  round occupancy; and  (b) is designed with a  vehicular chassis for periodic  movement along the highway;  .and ;'    .    -.''���"  (c) arrives at thesite where it  is to be occupied complete and  ready for occupancy, except  for location on foundation supports, connection of utilities,  and some incidental assembly;  and  (d) is less than 4.5 metres  (14.76 feet) in width. ^  It is clear, then, that it is the  "single wide" mobile home ;  that is not permitted in the Rl  zone. Exception to this rule is  ~ provided for through By-law;  126, being the Sunshine Coast;  Regional District Building and  Plumbing By-law, which permits the temporary location of;  such units where a valid  building permit is in effect.  . The provincial Ministry of  Municipal Affairs has pointed  out a general concern that  mobile homes should hot be.  blatantly discriminated against  but we feel that this is not the  case. The board, through the  wishes of the constituents, has  passed By-law 96 and several  amendments to it which prohibit single wide units in some,  areas. At the same time By-law  96 permits these units in all  other zones which makes up the,  majority of our area. By-law 96  is also very lenient where the  establishment of mobile home  parks are concerned. To date,  municipal affairs, the agency  responsible for by-law approval prior to final adoption,  has seen no reason to deny any  regulation proposing the prohibition of mobile homes in  selected areas.  Enforcement of these regulations has also proven no problem for the regional district so  far. The board employs staff  with the professional and practical ability to interpret its bylaws fairly, consistently and  firmly. It appears that the  public has accepted the regulations pertaining to mobile  homes.  Director John Shaske  AreaF  Sunshine Coast  85% CASH 85%  For Child Tax Credit  Income Tax Refund  WHY WAIT MONTHS FOR YOUR MONEY  WHEN YOU CAN USE ST NOW  For more information.drop in or.call x....:,yy.A  1836 LONSDALE ST. 154 WEST HASTINGS  NORTHVANCOUVER VANCOUVER  988.6121 684*1574  Business  i  CONTRACTING  HEATING  EXCAVATING  Need this space?  Call the COAST NEWS  886-2622 or 886-7817  X,i:  / RAY HANSEN TRUCKING A  ;    .; & CONTRACTING LTD. x   "  Gravel,'Clearing & Excavating,  Septic Systems, All Types of Gravel  883-9222 _i__j 885-5260  ERITLASEA  Residential & Commercial   Vanc  885-3536    Glazing Contractors     682-2449 J  TOMOR FORMS  i-y a founpationsMJS  8��Ch��lt 8S$-7$7$ L,   Guaranteed Work  ^ Retaining  Walls        Form Rentals     Form & Foundation Work ^  Locally Manufactured  Government Approved  ��concrete septic TanHs  "Distribution Boxes  'Pump Tanks, Curbs, Patio-Blocks  ���Other pre-cast products'  ^Bonniebrook Industries Ltd.  Crane Service  ��� 8 ton ��� high lift  886-7064  ROLAND'S  HOME IMPROVEMENTS LTD  ' ��� 5" Continuous aluminum gutters  ��� Aluminum softits & fascias '.  ��� Built-in vacuum systems       : 885-3562  Seabitd *w*'  TOOL  Residential &  Commercial  Gibsons  V Behind Windsor Plywood  RENTALS  APPLIANCES  JOHN HIND���SMITH  REFRIGERATION & MAJOR APPLIANCE SERVICE  Port Mellon.to Pender Harbour  Res. 886-9949  FLOOR    COVERING  r . ,.. . ��� ���������t������:���"\  CAR PET-CAB IN ET-CERAMIC CENTRE  Open Thurs. ��� Sat. 10 a.m. - s p.m.  Howe Sound Distributors Ltd.  North Road. Gibsons. B.C.      886-2765^/  17 Years Experience Commercial And Residential^  885-2923      885-3681  /"ken de vries m son  ltd. floor coverings  Carpets - Tiles- Linoleums -Drapes  Hwy. 101, Gibsons   Cowrie St., Sechelt  886-7112 885-3424  Sechelt Heating & Sheet Metal  -,    DOMESTIC, COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL  HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING      7     ���  HEAT PUMPS & GENERAL-SHEET METAL/'  LlonalSpack  885.2*95  Wayna Brackatt  835-2460  LIQUID GAS LTD  I CANADIAN!  Hwy7101  Sechelt  between  St. Mary's  Hospital and Forest Ranger's Hut.  Mon.-Fri.   8 a.m. - 5 p.m. 885-2360  MISC.    SERVICES  r  Complete lahdscapingf&  garden maintenance service      ;      Bango  Fencing of all kinds 885-5033  886-7359  Conversion   Windows,   Glass,  Auto  &  Marine Glass, Aluminum Windows  & Screens, ������    '��� Mirrors  , Hwy 101 & Pratt Rd.  ^     S    Village Tile Co.        ""^  CERAMIC TILE SALES AND INSTALLATIONS  Stocking Some Tile and Material  1212 Cowrie St. ���    *   , Phone  ISeche.MB.C.      Joe Jacques   885-3611  Gibsons  Telephone  Answering  Service  ���.' Service  /Ms  Is our Mg@A only  >  886-731 I or  For information call     886-7568  business  TREE TOPPING  .:���  VIEW DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  Clean up your wooded areas.  Remove lower limbs for VIEW.  Top tall trees adjacacent to building  886-7850    Marv Voter.    886-9597  STEVE HOFLEY  .Natural & Cultured Stone Facings  House Fronts, Fireplaces   and Feature Walls  ' '������������''.'Ail^Vv'OKK CONUrHONALLS' GUARANTI.I.l >  886-8456  ^  /H. WRAY CONTRACTING^  ���Backhoe & 4 Whd. Dump Truck  ���Water, sewer & septic systems ���.'"'���"'''���  ���Sand, Gravel & Excavations  ^ SW|-9489      anytime ^  ?  ���     <.';>/.���   i-\  Landclearing, road building, logging,  tree removal, excavations &,gravel.  8 Yd Truck    896-9872 after S'p'Jm..-  CLEANING    SERVICES  ne  .'i;';. rx,  Excavating Ltd.  For all your Backhoe Needs^   ^  Roberts Creek' Eves. 885-561 7  +    XM0rr^  uecrm  C��n>ftC��rt  LBob Dflll     emstmnstmawtm   MS-9038 J  MISC.    SERVICES  SUNSHINE KITCHENS*  CABINETS-  886-9411  Showrooms Pratt Rd. at Hwy 101  Open Sat. 1Q.8 or anytime toy appt.    j  ,<y^      cTlX\   the cleaning OF OIL &  {jnehrw-QOflej    wood heating units  Harbour Chimney Cleaning  Serving the Sunshine Coast 885-5225  CMHC  APPROVED  ��S      5YR  WARRANTYl  Roy  Permanent Waterproof Sundecks      Sundstrom  Nor Dek Installations Ltd.   886-845%  flufllit-i Farm 6 Garden SiipplM Ltd.  ^  ^  ~hzL  ���*���: Feed * Fencing  * Pet Food    * Fertilizer    ���<&'  -(V  -886-7527-  Pratt Rd, V  $>K  %-:������������'������-������  fSEASIDE  RENTALS}  Domestic Industrial Equipment    ���  and Truck Rentals   2 locations  Sechelt   Inlet Avenue      Gibsons to serve you  V 885-2848        Hwy. 101 & Pratt  886-2848   -J  r SUNSHINE COAST  D/SPOS>AL SERVICES  Port Mellon to Ole's Cove  Commercial Containers Available  885^9973 '    886-2938.  y-  :>"C  J.F.W. EXCAVATING LTD.  ��� septic Fields ��� Exceuenons ��� Clearing ���  KciM'-Rd. 8W"M71 (iibsoris  can    Swanson's  EXCAVATING LTD  for our John Deere Excavator  and Case Backhoes  885-9666 885-5333  "S  Need this space?  Call the COAST NEWS  886-2622 or 886-781?  ^  AUTOMOTIVE  NEED TIRES?      Come in to  COASTAL TIRES  TIRE & SUSPENSION  CENTRE  886-2700      886-8167  Hwy. 101, just West of Gibsons  cSo&JroDeaF  motors    885-9466  British, Japanese & Domestic Service & Parts J  CW|Htlg6(Mi AUTOMOTIVE   886-7919"  @ Parts ��� Sales ��� Service  REPAIRS TO ALL MAKES  "The Rad Shop"        COLLISION REPAIRS  Hwy 101, Gibsons B.C.A.A.   Approved  Economy ruto parts iitd  Automobile. Industrial  and .  Body Shop Supplies  Sechelt  88S-SI8I  Ok  SERVING THE ENTIRE SUNSHINE COAST  o��)  f SANDY'S  COLLISION   REPAIRS  ���ICBC Repairs  'Fibregiass Repairs  ���Painting & Auto Glass  ���FreaEsllmalca 883"20O@  ^ Klalndala, Pender Harbour   B.R.01, Qarden Bay, B.C. VON ISO tx  -"< --*-.-^..~ ...?;-;  \K\  Coast News, February 14,1983  13.  i. Births A  2. Obituaries j  3. !n Memorlam  4. Thanks  5. Personal  ��� 6. Announcements  7. Lost  8. Found  9. free  10. Pets& Livestock  If. Music  12. Wanted to Rent  13. For Rent  14. Help Wanted  f 5. Business  Opportunities  16. Work Wanted  i7. Child Care  ! 8. Wanted  19. For Sale  ^mobiles -  Z i, Motorcycles  22. Campers &.  R.V.'s  23. Mobile Homes  24. Marine  25. Travel  26. B.C.��_. Yukon  Classifieds  27. Legal  28. Realtor  29. Barter &  Trade j  I would like to thank all the  people who helped in the  sudden loss of my mother.  Special & grateful thanks  to Dave, Mini-bus driver, &  Wendy of the Home-  makers Service, for your  quick response. To my  husband John,, Gordon  Montgomery, Dr. Bernstein and the ambulance  crew for your efforts.  Heartfelt thanks also to  Dan Devlin and Rev. Alex  Reid for your kind words.  Rosemary Lawson and  family. #7  5^^__^^__��^____^  Ribbetchard, wanna be my  Valentine forever, you big  sweetie. Huge kisses, Jill.  #7  A.A. Meetings  PHONE  24 HRS. 886-2112  Snooker League every  Wed at 7.00 pm. All  players welcome. Cues &  Snacks, Sechelt. 885-3113.  TFN  To Joan McBride  At my age when passion  comes       \,  I  think  it's gas  and eat  some turns.  I   walk   humped   up   like  some old ape,  My   forehead   now   has  reached my nape.  My eyes are bad, my lungs  are shot,  I'm   losing   parts   from  jungle rot.  But never doubt who won  my heart  And all my love right from  the start  It's   only   you    I   love  sweetheart,  So won't you be my Valen-  tarP  Amad  Furnished accommodations required for CBC  Beachcomber crew within  walking distance of  Molly's Reach. Call Nick  Orchard 665-7041 (collect).  '   #7  For Rent  1:.t>drm. house on 1 acre,  Sechelt area, wood & elec.  ht.;- All appl. $275 mo.  885-5512 after 6. TFN  W.F. 1 bdrm. house Iry.  Ldg. Pender Hbr. Incredible sunsets, laundry,  wood & elec. heat, cable  $400 per month. 883-9342.  TF^  Apts- 4 bdrm. $350 mo., 2  bdrm. $275 mo. Clean, convenient, nr. gov't, wharf,  Gibsons. Avail. Feb. 1. Ph.  after6:921-7788. #8  DEAR  , CLASSIFIED  CUSTOMERS  Not only are Coast News  Classifieds effective, read  by 9 out of 10 readers,  BUT ���  Eacti\week you get three  chances to WIN our draw  and run your next  Classified Ad  up to 8 lines,  FREE  for  3 WEEKS  SKIN PROBLEMS?  Free, private consultation  regarding  treatments for  all kinds of skin problems  Call Joy Smith,-licenced  Esthetician, 885-9386.    #7  ECKANKAR is a way of  life. It's basic teaching is  survival of soul after  death. For information  call 886-8579. #9  A-1 AUCTIONS  Taking   Consignments,   all  household items or misc  Phone 885-7501  or 886-8619  AUCTION DATE  FEB. 26, 10 a.m.  Inlet Ave., Sechelt  r \  Winners of this week's  Coast News  Classified Draw  are:  883-2419  Paul-Drake, 886-29��?  Jack & Jill Playschool,  ^ 886-9817 j  Find out if the Irish can  finally beat the Scots on  March 18th. 885-2232.   #8  Parents in Crisis Group  -for parents with a potential or actual problem with  child abuse. Transportation and childcare  assistance available.  Anonymous, confidential.  Phone Barb, 885-2790;  Connie: 886-9232; Betty  Ann: 886-3802.   ��� ������       #8  if someo.ne^n-your family  has a drinking problem  you can see what it's doing to them. Can you see  what it is doing to you? Al  Anon can help. Phone  886-9037 or 886-8228.  TFN  GIBSONS AREA  INDUSTRIAL SPACE  FOR RENT  ���2 overhead doors.  high ceilings  ���Office space  ���Suitable for automotive  repair, auto body shop   .  ���or Warehousing  886-8226  January 27 or 28: Lady's  family gold ring with.6  stones. Sentimental value.  Reward offered for return.  886-9271. #7  4 geese, 2 mottled & 2  white - last seen swimming towards Gibsons Feb.  3 Phone 886-8358. #9  Older Pender waterfront  home. Spectacular view,  wood floors, spacious living, FP & cable TV. 3  bdrms. $500 per month.  883-9342. TFN  At Bonniebrook, waterfront, 1 duplex suite, .2  mobile home sites.  886-7377 or886-2887.   TFN   j.  Store space for rent. 1,700'  sq. ft. of floor area jn^  Madeira Park. Could *be',  divided -���in*-twvo. Phone,  Steve, 883-9551.      ** TFN  2 bdrm. trailer in Davis  Bay. Available.now. $290 a  mpnth. 885:9276. - #9  Small WF1 bdrm. house in  Irv. Ldg. Laundry facil.;&  fridge, stove, cable etc.  $300 per month. 883-9342.  TFN  3 bedroom home$475/mo;  Garage, washer & dryer,  1 close to Cedar Grove; King  Rd. 885-9458 after 5. Wood  heat or electric. #7  3 bdrm. VA bath, two year  old house. Gower Pt. Rd.  $550 per month. 886-7775  or 291-2698.   ' #9  Responsible person to  share Ig." house Roberts  Creek, orchard, garden.  885-3618 eves. '    #7  Immediately - smali trailer  in court. Suit bachelor.  Heat elect, inc., no pets,  reliable, quiet. $220/mon.  885-5782. #7  Attractive .4 rm. 1 bdrm.  suite in Gibsons. W/W  carpets, new kitchen with  fridge & stove. 1-2 adults.  No pets. 885-2198. #9  Selma Park deluxe new  home, 2 bedrooms with  ensuite, carpeted, fireplace,   appliances, full  Please donate thrift shop  items td the Hospital Auxiliary Thrift Shop, its profits help the hospital.   #7  Two full-time sales people  for Sunshine! Coast. Hard  working & self-motivated,  up to $40,000, car essen-"  tial, exp. helpful but not  necessary. Phone collect  430-3277.     ,. ,TFN  Would like to hire  bulldozer & driver for 1-2  Wks. work land leveling.  Long Bay, Gambier Island.  Call John 685-5111.   .    #9  U D Tax Service. Income  Tax preparation office  located ' above ' Gibsons  Bldg. Supplies, i Basic  return $13.00 : Comm.  Feb! 1, 9:30-5:00 bus. tel.  to follow. Res. 886-7498.  Bus. 886-8616. #8  lUirbour -f  Let us help you move to  our spacious two and  three bedroom suites.  Some with view in family building. Small pets  considerea. Heat,  cable & storaqe space  included. Phone  886-9557.  Larry & Diane Bradshaw  (nee\Proulx), are delighted  to announce the birth of  their first child, a  daughter, Lindsay  Elizabeth, 8 lbs. 2 oz. on  January 18 at 2:57 a.m.  Grandparents are Grove &  Marion Proulx of Roberts  Creek; Margaret Bradshaw of Walnut Creek,  Calif., & Ken Bradshaw of  San Francisco. #7  ZZ5-9276  Feb. 5th, Madeira Pk.,  gents ring. Owner identify.  886-7378 #9  Silver     &     Turquoise  bracelet found on Hwy. in.  Upper Gibsons. Call Coast  News, 886-2622. #7  Katie Angermeyer of  Caladrius Wellness Cen*  tre Physiotherapy Services welcomes Jane Little, chartered physiotherapist, to her practice.  Hours now Mon���Fri. 9-5.  886-2650. #7  %>- m  >A  vfe.:  Old console TV N/W, standing lamp, recliner chair,  Kenmore washer N/W,  drier, working, Moffat  stove. 886-2096. #7  Free to good home. One  2-yr. old Terrier cross^one  5 month old kitten; one 10  month old cat; dog, very  good with kids. 886-9222  anytime.   " #7  GIBB: Nellie Elizabeth.  February 22, 1893 to  February 9,1983. Survived  by one son William A,and  daughter-in-law Frances  Ann; seven grandchildren,  George, Richard, Bruce  and Brian, Belinda, Karen  and Catherine; arid nine  great-grandchildren;7 No  service by request. Cremation.- In lieu of flowers  donations may be made to  theB.CyKidney Foundation. ; ,        .#7  JOHNSON, passed away  February 8, 1983. Louise  nvV| jqhns;6h; late'pf Gib-  i ,;i a, _ formerly of  Calgary, Alberta. Survived  by one daughter Mary  Easwara'n and her husband Sundaral; two grandchildren; Kenneth and  David all of Edmonton and  her friend Arthur Jackson,  Gibsons. Service and internment willtake place in  Calgary at a later date. Ar-  rari.geme.nts through  Devlin Funeral Home.    #7  Jack & JIM _ Playschool is  now accepting "applications for .1983-84 school  year. Register now as  .there are.Uirriited spaces.  Call 886-9817}  #9  GIBSONS TAX  SERVICE  1767 Martin Rd.-  886-7272  ���A. Jack-  SAME RATES AS  LAST YEAfi!  Free  old  Shep.   Husky  puppies.   883-9402  #9  Dog Grooming  Individual styling for all  breeds. Clipping, nail care,  eyes, ears, flea and  medicated .baths.  .; Personalized care ^by  Joy Walkey at: Unicorn  Pets and Plants, 885-5525.  #8  2  Horses  886-9625.  For Sale.  Ph.  #8  Professional all breed  grooming. Call Sharon  886-2084. "-    #7  We would hke to express  our sincere thanks and appreciation to our friends  and neighbours for their  letters, cards and donations to the Heart Fund in  the recent loss of our husband and father Alex Ellis  - Hazel Ellis & Family.    #7  Peninsula Centre NDP  Club general meeting  February 20. boors open  at .1:30 p.m. Slideshow of  Central America. Welcome Beach Hall, Redrooffs Road. #7  German Language  Lessons for pleasure or  university entrance?  Single or group? All ages  -my home. Retired German  teacher. 885-2546.        #11  n  'X'lK-'lT*  ..J}  ���*'> .     I  * L  '&<'  Modern 1 bedroom house  orj treed view lot, central  Gjbsons. Waterfront apt.  jlvith F/P. $375 each.  886-8284.    " #7  3 bdrm. house. Gibsons.  $425/mon. or share for  $200/mon. Call Corinne,  886-3765. #8  2 bdrm. house near shopping ctr. Newly ren., elec.  heat, W/W, st. & fr.  Retired couple only.  $300/mon. Avail. March 1,  1983. Reply Box 115 c/o  Coast News, Box.460, Gibsons, B.C. - #8  6 bedroom family home,  Lower Village. After 5,  886-9087. #8  Community Hall for rent in  Roberts Creek. Phone  Sue, 885-2972. TFN  3 bdrm. duplex, Creekside,  avail, immed. 886-3772 or  886-2503. #9  1 bdrm. waterfront, Pender  Harbour. Wood stove.  886-8500. #8  Large 2 bdrm. house on  Pratt Rd. FP and wood stv.  $400 per mon. 886-9439 or  253-8794.   , #8  Hotel ace, Whistler. Double rooms $49 per night;  $310 per week. Call  886-2281 or 886-9205 eves.  '       #8  Office for rent, Upper Gibsons. 16x24. Phone  886-8141. #9  ���  __L.  3 bdrm. houseV Central  Gibsons. Sundeck, view,  $390 per mon. Ph. collect  988-2709.    '���:" #9  basement/ double garage,  view, refs. $550' per mo.  Details- 885-5729 or  325-1695 collect. #7  ',�����>!���''   ���'             ��� -. ���            .              '.,.���������������  + __         '-'-'���'"   Granthams. Landing: Sunny;waterfront, furnished  cottage. February to June  30. $375 per. month.  ; 925-1647.        7 i #9  4; bdrm. semi-waterfront  near Lower Gibsons completely fiirn.. Avail. May 1  or June T; Reasonable rent  Jo ; responsible   adults.  ftefs. Ph. 886-8072.      .   #9  'Furn. 1 bdrm suite on  quiet street, near Sunnycrest: Shopping Centre,  Gibsons;- ; $275/mori.  886^212" -^���-^ ^ f 7-  3 bedroom trailer 2. year  old W/D, S/F,v D/Wi: near  Cedar Grove Sch.  886-2520. #9  The$e 3 beautiful 3 bdrm7  suites renting at $450 per  month have been reduced  t0j$350,per month due to  the -location. 20 mins.  drive from the shopping  mall on the Port Mellon  hwy. 886-9352. #9  Rent or buy 1975 12'x60'3  bdrm. trailer, incl. Fr. & St.  $15,000 to buy or  $300/mon. to rent. Refs.  pis. No pets. 886-7097.  .:    '':'7'    #9  Granthams: 1 bedroom  basement suite; Super  view, frig, and stove; $250  per month. Heat and light  included. 886-7802 after 6  p.m. #9  2 bdrm. ste, $325 month.  TV & hydro, furn. inc.  Phone 886-7274 after 5  p.m. #7  2 bdrm. on Hillcrest Ave.,  Gibsons. Furnished,  washer & dryer. $375.  885-2437. #9  4 Seasons Labour Pool.  Qua I i f i e d.. trad e_-rn en  where quality' is ���_ #1 and  rates are 2nd to none.  Tradesman, carp., 'elec,  plumbers, lab., backhoe,  drafting, drywall. 885-7977  ���������   #7  Drywall. Taping, finish  carpentry &.small renovations. Phone 885-5046.    #7  Qualified Painter  Reasonable        Rates.  886-9749. TFN  Landscaping and garden  maintenance, ornamentals, shaped hedges trimmed, fruit trees pruned  and sprayed. Phone  886-9294 after 6 p.m.  TFN  THUNDER PAINTING  Interior  &   Exterior.  Call  -886-7619. #8  SILKSCKEEAT  T-Shirts - Posters.  Stickers - Banners  Complete Graphics Service  885-7^93  Reliable lady will do  housecleaning. Hourly or  daiiy basis. 885-2914.     #7  Backhoe available for ditching, etc. 886-8751 or  886-9581, #9  Housecleanjng or child  care. Honest, dependable.  886-8772. #7  Have heavy duty wood  splitter - will travel.  Reasonable rates.  886-7237. #9  $55 Maple firewood. Semi-  dry, 3A ton truck load^.  split, delivered. 886-7589'.  #9,  madeira  Appilancas  have good guaranteed  rebuilt appliances.  Less than half  Call  Collect  Anytime  new price.  FIREWOOD  Split, dry���Alder. Fir,  Cedar. U-pick-up $65.  Deliv. $15. 886-9480.  #8.-  Peace  River honey - un-*  pasteurized,    for   safe.'  886-2604.  TFN  SAVE.  YOUR BACK!  Compact 4 wheel drive  Tractor/ Loader with  Operator: $22/hr. ;  Landscaping, Clean-up  : Driveway grading, etc.  Versatile in confined  ���    areas,leaving  minimal mess  Roy  Sundstrom  886-8452  Not enough hours in the  day? Let us do your typing.  & general bookkeeping. 18  yrs. office experience.  Honest, confidential, work  ^ uaxanteed J|��18631.^JTT  Housetj-feajrtrtg   on s the  cpast   for.'- 2 -' yrs.  Good  references.; Spring  ;clean:  ingV886-7Q13.  r #7-  DRYWALL  Taping, texturing, repairs,  renovations;   free  esti-  mates. 886-7484.  #9  Pecan bdrm. ste., exc.'  cond., $650. Power  hacksaw; $350. Bar fridge,.  $100.886-^:638. .-���:, #7  Bagel Batom  TueS.-s_;. 886-3868;  at  JOKERS   Gil>so���>  *-4,  HEALTH FOOD  STORE   si-.tu-it ui.y   :.  Top quality wash, timothy  hay $1130.00 per ton:  delivered, by the bale'  delivered $11.00. 8S6-2353:-  #7,  f  14  Help Wanted  For pruning, fencing, hauling away, low maintenance  gardens or. any of your  ��� gardening needs, calf Matt.  Small, 886-8242.- '���>.y : #7   -^_ .     ���   j .  EXP. CARPENTER  Foundations, framing,  finishing. Randy Schuks  886-3762. #7  Roofing,^siding, all types  carp, work, new or repairs,  ret. walls. 886-2,737.;      #8  Framing,, concrete, electrical, finishing. $11/hr.  Les, 885-5406. #8  Responsible, baby   sitter  available   evenings   &  weekends, Gibsons area  886-9154. #7  lrw4MPWB��.-  Ensemble Theatre needs  old clothes, curtains,  fabric, hats, etc. for  costume   making.   Ph:  885-239b:'"^'''"'';'';V', ,'  Garage: Must be dry.and  have power. To store &  Repair 16' wooden boat.  Will sign lease min. 6 mos.  L'dale to Rob'ts Crk. Gary  886-8407. #7  Volunteers needed to help  with babysitting for  Women's Aglow. For more  info, call 886-2084. #7  GARAGE SALE  Norwest Bay Rd.    :'���  on Saturday & Sunday^  Feb. 19th & 20th  10a.niv-4 p.m..:%  Std.   rotary.... Mahog.   prej?  hung door c/w matchi.n^'i?  jamb  &  hdwe; $45 firrn?^  Gibsons   Coach    true!!*!  canopy $100. Singer sew?'  ing machine in blond oak  cabinet,   regular   sewer  w/attachments,     $55.  886-2840. #9  Satellite Systems X.  Complete systems frorp  $3,495. Green Onion  Stereo, Port Mello>,  884-5240 TFN  12-16 H.P.  886-2324.  garden tractor.  #7  I need a  work!  886-8768/  job, any kind of  886-9634      or  #7  Pet &. house sitter needed  3-4 wks. as soon as possible. Person must be truly  committed to care for cats  .& dogs. CalJ 885-3474 9  a.m.-4p;mr #  Windshield for 71 Ford  'Torino. Must be  reasonably priced.  886-8039. #7  Drystorage for household  goods & furniture'  885 3618 eves #8  5 ton  Beeb.e hand; winch:  ���'welder;' hide-a-bed fand  misc.  furniture. 885-9451.:��  #7  QUALITY RED CEDAR :  $345 per M. Board Ft. '  1x4  10c per lin. ft.  1x6  16�� per lin. ft.  1x8  23c per iinJ ft.  1x10  28c per lin., ft.  2x3  14c per lin. ft.  2x4  18c per lin. f>.  2x6  34c per lin. ft.  2x8  46c per lin.'ft.  2x10  57c per lin.ft.  4x4  46cperlin.fi.  Mill ���  885-2112 Weekdays  Trout Lake Rd., Halfmoon  Bay 885-9782 or 885-9394,  other.  ���".���������y_L,-,"    TFN  New Business starting,  full or part-time help needed. Informational meeting  in hall above Ken's Lucky  Dollar in Gibsons Sat.,  Feb. 19, 1983, 7:30 p.m.  #7  PIANO LESSONS  All levels - all ages. Call.  Sue Winters 886-2937. TFh'  0  Granthams  waterfront,  bedroom   apt.  view. Walk to  Landing  Cozy     1  Beautiful  town. Fur-  y.nm.L.^.1. , ,,,n  PIANO & ORGAN  .' LESSONS.'.'"'- '  Beginning Age' 3 4 Older '  JESSIE: MORRISON '  ���   ,1614.Marine Drive       |  ;        886-9030 ;  Suzuki Violin classes. Interested? Ph: 886-2660, #7  nished. Quiet, responsible  person.        $250/mon.  ������ 886-3888 or 681 -5725,     #8  Beautiful ocean view from  suriroom,; 2 bedroom partially furnished house,  Seaview. Rd., Gibsons.  $400/month. Phone collect  461-1689.: ;#9  Spacious 2,bdrm. apt. for  rent; W/D, F/S/ F:P.,  greatest view. Gran. Lndg.  886-8679. #7  Or purchase 12x68 mobile;  on 1 acre. Frig., stove, car-]  port,- sundeck, dishwash-^  er. Cemetery Rd. Low rent;  for Seniors. 434-2073/    #7l  Roofing, carports, additions hew or refoofing,  reas. rates. Avail,  irh'm:,  885-ef20ft:^.'.;":V.^;i"���/:--#8  I am 4 months pregnant  and desperately need  work. Call 885-7448. Thank  you.       X.y,\X\. #8  19  V  %  X?#'>*1*  For Sale  ��*  Nursing Opportunity  The  Pender Harbour & District  Health  Clinic requires a  permanent    part-time  ^Registered Nurse to:  1. "Assist the Doctor in  minor treatments "and  surgical procedures.  2. Provide counselling.  3. Teach pre-natal classes.  4. Do home visits as  necessary.  5. Order supplies and  maintain equipment.  Salary: .Commensurate  with experience.  Address applications to:  Secretary, Pender Harbour  & District Health Clinic,  Box 308, Madeira Park,  B.C.V0N2H0. #8  Foundations, framing,  renovations, siding,  finishing.'. Jim Budd,  886-8771. TFN  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICES Ltd.  Topping - Limbing -Danger  Tree Removal. Insured,  guaranteed work. Free'  estimates, 885-2109.   TFN  Hardwood Floors resand-  ed and finished. Work  quaranteed. Free est.  Phone 885-5072. TFN  FOR EXPLOSIVE  REQUIREMENTS  Dynamite, electric or  regular caps, B line E cord  and safety fuse.' Contact  Gwen Nimmo, Cemetery  Road, Gibsons. Phone  886-7778. ,Howe Sound  Farmer Institute.        TFN  70 yards of brown carpet.  Will sell for $19.95 sq. yd.  Worth i$27 sq. yd.  886-7112. #8  A Book is a gift of quality  at an affordable price!  THE BOOKSTORE  Cowrie St., Sechelt  ' 885-2527  TFN  Aluminum sto/age ,shed  ���61/2x8x6V2J, "Green and  white! $100. 885-9435.  #9  For Sale or Swap  Approx. 4 logging truck  loads, good quality cedar  in Egmont area. This  cedar is felled & ready to  move. Will sell or swap for  the lumber or clearing of  lot. Eves. Squamish  898-5636 or 898-9531.      fti  Firewood  Alder, split and deliv-., $40  3A truck load. 886-9067 or  886-9344. #7  ��� ��� ���������������- f  ������������������  SALE;  Starts ���  March *  1st  Rototilling  manure     &  delivered.   Ph.-  evenings.  service,  sawdust  885-3835  #7  1 antique 7" display case.  2 6" display fixtures. All 3  for $250.885-9345. #7  Oil fired hot  Exc.   cond.  883-9081.  water tank.  Best   offer.  #9  1980 Z28 TTops 4 speed  $6,800 or $3,500 and take  over payments. Ph.  883-2471. #9  Newer 14c frig. $425. 2  H.P. outboard $230. New  155x13 tire, $22. Pure  chicken manure 5 gal. $7.  885-9545. #7  Pioneer car stereo, power  amp, FM, $300. Men's  bicycle, exc. cond. 10 spd.,  $80.885-9543. #9  Yl'lwlUVTJ  ;Hwy. 101  ������������������������  883-955.1  ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� '  Used alum, windows  -single glazed. 10'x6',  5'x5\ 6'x6'8", $200.  885-9297. #9  Fireplace insert. Fuel efficient Energy Princess. Ph.  886-7956. #9  2 327 Chevy marines and  parts, rudder, shaft, et6.  Keel, coolers. 886-2096.-^9  Argosheen carpet cleaner  in good cond. 885-9327.  m  Fresh   Eggs  886-9016.  For  Sale  #7 Coast News, February 14,1983  X^W^4��i:'yXXX.f^/f^;  20% off all  STOVE PIPE  2 only  *&&?*  Stove Airtight  with glass door  $599.00  1 only     Voyageur  by Acorn  54&9T*"  Hearth Glow  $399.00  mx"  Chaleur  $399.00  tJQSrfrr  Wood Chief  $350.00  i Chalet  5489r��S350.00  3 3000 "0" clearance  i8^699.00  1/2 PRICE on  all  FIRE  SCREENS &  FIRE GRATES  Delivery Extra  Will exchange professional drywall boarding,  taping for what have you.  Workmanship guaranteed.  Joe. 886-8583. #7  Queen size bed, excellent  mattress, $50. Panasonic  mini cassette recorder,  cost $60, sell for $40. 1-6  ply tire, 600x14 new $20. 2  rubber truck mud flaps,  new $10. Ph. 886-2512.  :: #7  Chesterfield and chair set  2;years old, new $1,100,  asking $500 obo. 885-9557.  ~ #7  Futon and cover, all cotton, double bed size, $157.  Frontiersman canoe, 16',  $300. Phone 885-5541.    #7  Drop in  and Browse  at the Friendly  Bookstore  RDP  Bookstore  Gibsons Harbour       886-7744  ;   Firewood for Sale  Dry, split   fir,  u-pick up.  $60 full cord. 884-5313.   #9  2;pick-up rear bumpers 4  Ford P.U., front bumpers  as new, 1 custom built  food smoker 30"x30"x80"  1 "Rockwell wood turning  lathe. 1 double fiberglass  laundry tub. 886-7539.    #7  Goldilocks  model  Fisher  stove. $650.883-2419.     #9  400   cu.   in.  transmission,  teed.  In  A-1  some   other  GM with  All guaran-  cond. plus  parts.. One  spin washer & one compact washer. 886-2934, #7  Sou'wester hats at the  Country Pumpkin on  Highway 101 ,��� & Martin  Road. #7  '79 fully equipped camper,  8; Okanagan, 3-way frig.,  furnace, roof racks, Best  offer takes it. Freezer $250  obo. 886-8779. #8  SATELLITE SYSTEMS  From $2,595. Hotels,  Motels & Logging Camps  rent or lease from  $129/mon. Green Onion  Stereo, Port Mellon,  884-5240. TFN  New Admiral dishwasher,  886-2978 at noon or after 5  p.m. #8  Multicycle Inglis auto  washer $295. Guaranteed  ^delivered. 883-2648. TFN  Sneak Preview - Astro 2  ton   com-a-!ong,   $19.95;  3A" drive socket set, $97  (lifetime warranty); Proto  3/8"   drive   socket   set,  $46.88; 8 Ib. maul, $19.95;  Deer Brand 2Vz  Ib. axe,  $9.95; work socks - dozen,  $17.95; comm. crab traps,  $20; gun racks, $1.99; 4  man     tents,     $39.95;  Safeguard   MOT   app'vd.  life   vests,   $24.95;   life  jackets,   adult   sizes,  $14.95;   fillet -knives,  $10.95;   hunting   knives,  $9.95; sports equip, bags,  $23.95; 5-piece S/S bowls,  $29.95; spice racks (btls.  incl), $6.95; stick-on L.C.P.  clocks,   $4.95;   plastic  tarps,   11*/sq.   ft.;   back  packs   from   $13.95...and  much more! Eagle Mountain   Traders,   Store   #3,  Dolphin   Street,   Sechelt,  885-7960. #7  30x84 pleated drape  panels, $60. Pr. curtains,  6x45, $15. Sgl. bed, $40.  Tlrd. sgl. bed cov., $15.  Sm. end tble., $5. Brd.  cage, $10. Old chime elk:,  $25. Tennis rackets, $20  ea., Wood lawn chairs, $20  ea. Elec. lawn mower, $30.  Inflat. dingy compte., $50.  Vac. & att., $50. Bi-fold  drs., $35. Child's croquet  set, $5: Wood planters, $5.  Umb. clths. line, $15.  Chair, $50. Gas mower,  $50,886-9039. #7  Frigidaire washer & dryer  $350 for both. Phone  886-7559,886-2632. #7  ���aimammlMwarm ��� iiMimiff^  '69 Parisienne HT 350  engine. Runs good. $325.  886-7495 after 6 p.m.      #7  Must sell: 1976 Datsun PU  4 spd., tape deck, gd. run.  cond. $1,500 obo.  886-7507. #9  '69 Mustang 302 3 speed,  auto., very little rust,  snows, $1,200. Ph.  886-8549. #9  VW studded snow tires,  560x15 4 ply. Good condition, pair $50. 885-3244,  .885-3671. #7  1979 GMC Rally van long,  V-8, auto., PS, PB, PT,  AM/FM, tape, brown,  86,000 km, finished inside,  runs like new. $7,000.  883-9362. #7  4x4 1979 GMC 4-speed V-8  350, PS, PB, AM radio in  good shape. $7,000.  883-9362. #7  15" thermo-glass with 55'  hp, Road-Runner trailer,  extras.   $1,900.  886-7927.  '   XX    #7  Carpet  ���   Tile  Sheet Vinyl  885-2923  885-3681 Eves.  1972 Fiat sedan; clean interior, engine seized, $300  firm. 885-3847. #8  1977 Chev 3/4 ton van, excellent running cond.,  radials.  $2,400.  885-3881.  #7  10 ft. fiberglass boat.  Good condition. $175.  886-9192. * #8  Bell 14' sailboat w/trlr.  Sloop rig, fiberglass on  mahog: $850 firm.  886-8482.     . ''"XX"    #8  Att. boat ownerst.: Will  custom build aluminum  tanks, tailings,: masts,  towboats, etc. Call L.H.  Welding, 886-9625 "THE  ALUMINUM SHOP" ;   : #8  24' fibreforrn fully equip.  Benmar auto pilot, Fruno  sounder, Jana CB, exc.  cond. $14,500 firm.  885-9055. '#8  23 ft. custom craft, full  galley, standup. head, new  leg. $12,500 firm. 883-2211.  XX m  A special Inventory Sale  Woodworking  Machines,  unmatched price on heavy  duty planers, jointers,  bandsaws, sanders,  routers, shapers. Om-  nitrade Machinery, 65 East  3rd Avenue, Vancouver,  B.C. V5T 1C5. Phone  873-5281. #7  Lighting        Fixtures.  Western Canada's largest  display. Wholesale and  retail. Free catalogues  available. Norburn  Lighting Centre Inc., 4600  East Hastings Street, Burnaby, B.C. V5C2K5. Phone  299-0666. TFN  Fuchsias, Geraniums,  Begonias, Rex Begonias,  Christmas Cactus, Impa-  tiens, Herbs, Chrysanthemums, Violet leaves,  many varieties. Send for  free catalogue to Cedar  Greenhouses, Box 898,  Chemainus, B.C. V0R 1K0.  "   '   #7  '71 Datsun p.u.  $700,885-3881.  runs well.  #7  Lg. Franklin st. $75. Sz. 7  Bauer skts. (hew) $25. 327  V8 gd. cond., $100.  886-8549. #9  Sgl. bed, spring & mat.,  $25. 3A bed, spring & mat.,  $40. Sgl. dresser, $40.  Chesterfield & chair exc.  cond., $125. Stainless  steel kit. sink, $50 (new).  886-9504 after 5 p.m.      #7  GIANT FLEA MARKET  Langdale School Gym,  March 12, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.  Reserve your table rental  by March 5. For further info, phone 886-9683 or  886-7516. #9  MS  '79 F250 4x4 351 P.S., P.B.,  Warn hubs, dual tks, good  rub., 2 mount, spares, new  br., new U-joints, new  paint, exc. run. cond.  $5,800 obo. 885-9336.     #7  1977 Chevy 3A ton 350 V8  automatic, PB, PS, blue,  $3,250.886-7111. Excellent  mechanical cond.       TFN  '73   Dodge   Dart,  886-9181 after 5.  Moving, must sell. 2\ ft.  sailboat with cabin, needs  some fixing^ approx.  $1,800,886-7075.    '. #9  17' Chrysler Runabout, 80  HP Merc, completely  reconditioned;, anchor,  depth sounder* new canvas. $5,500. Phone  886-2925 Mon. or Tues.  p.m. ���;:'���);. ;W7  16' Mirrocraft Deep Fisherman, 25 HP Merc, battery,  pump, anchor-live bait  well & storage. $3,500.  Phone ~886-2925 Mon. or  Tues. p.m.   --���" / #7  ���17%'. ft. Grew 70 H.P.  Evinrude, trailer, exc. condition, $3,200.886-7854. #9  1981 Toyota Corolla 4 dr.  automatic, low mileage,  $6,500. Small trade accepted. 886-2565. #8  1981 Toyota 4x4 long box.  Canopy, AM/FM cassette.  Low mileage. $8,500.  886-2877. #8  ���77 Chev 4x4 PU Va ton, 4  spd., short box, 350 V8, ex.  cond., $4,000 firm.  886-8482 eves. #8  ���71 Chev Bel Air, P.S., P.B.,  V8 auto., 84,000 mi. New  trans., brakes. $600 obo.  886-9006. #9  1977 Vandura window van,  35,000 guar't. mile. A-1  cond. $3,500 firm. Phone  886-7464. #9  1979 Dodge Magnum car.  $3,500 or best offer. Phone  886-3921. #9  1979 Montego 6 cyl. auto.  P.S., 2-dr., clean, car runs  well. $475 obo. 886-7075.  #9  '68 Datsun 2000 sport now  a collector's item. $500.  886-8393. #7  1972 Firebird 400 CI reb.  super T10X trans. Front  end and dash disassembled. Many spare parts. All.  reasonable offers considered. Ph. 886-7350  Mark. #9  ���77 750 Honda, 14,305  miles, good rubber, new  chain, SW shocks, header,  new points, new rear  spokes, $1,600 obo.  886-8306. #8  Se|l or Trade: 78 GS1000E  Suzuki, exc. cond., $2,200  for. boat, offers., v W.H.Y  886-2705.  Wish to rent travel trlr.  (min. 4 sleeping) for week  Mar. 27. Reas. rate.  885-2102. #8  1974 Holidaire Travel  Trailer. Exc. condition.  Stove, fridge, furnace and  3 pee. BR. Sleeps six.  $5,900. Phone 885-2384. #8  1976 10' Security camper,  exc. condition, 3 way  fridge, furnace, toilet,  oven, jacks. $3,500.  886-7854.        . #9  1969-29 ft. Holiday  Rambler trailer. Good condition with new furnace.  Full width bathroom.  Phone after 5 p.m.  596-4503. #9  '-Motorhome for rent,  sleeps 7. $300 per week.  10c per km. Still available  ., lor spring, break; 886-9411V  \'    '���'   'I'./--       ''      4  ���VANCOUVER/���  HELSINKI  $899*+tax  Lv. July 4    Rtr.July25  with FINN CHARTER  Brltrmll Passes  at 1982 Prices by  March 31, 1983  Britain & Europe  -.Charters on Sale Now���  "ELITE TRAVEL  880-2522  or 888-3381  Recreational Property 1-5  acres treed or partially  treed out of the way  preferred. Please contact  by mail with details Box  432, Ladysmith, B.C. V0R  2E0. ���.-,:':��� #7  1375 Dodge 800 single axle dump, 12 yard Langfab  aluminum box, frame  mounted Baker hydraulic  snowplbw, well equipped,  A-1 condition, $12,500.  Call 823-4663 (Chilliwack).  #7  Millions of feet of ac-  coustical tile and textured  ceilings need cleaning.  Become an applicator of  our unique process. Low  investment, excellent  margins. Ceil Clean of  B.C., P.O. Box 381, Abbotsford, B.C. V2S 4N9.  Phone 853-8297. #7  Drive'  In   Burger  Bar  in  North Eastern Alberta's  lakeland. Fully equipped  and ready to go $125,000.  Trades considered. Phone  (403) 635-3768. Box 133,  Glendon, Alberta, T0A  1P0. '  #7  Wanted: G.M. for Alberta  prjnt, shop and town  newspaper. Require production, pricing and  estimating experience.  Contact Andrew Kyle,  2500-700 2nd Street; S.W.  Calgary, Alberta T2P 2W2..  hx. ���*"ir.t>���;,....��� ���  *#7-  B.C ��V Yukon  )  FIREWOOD  FOR SALE  Ole Storvold, 886-3921.  #9  1970 GTO 4 spd. LT1350.  Trade W.H.Y or cash.  885-5405. '60 Austin  Healey bug eye, $800 .or  trade for W.H.Y:? #9  Mazda pickup. Looks and  runs good. $750. 885-7958.  #7  "72 Datsun 510 SW beater,  runs well. Offers.  886-9178. -    #7  10x50, new carpet, paint &  lino, electric heat, $11,000.  886-8393. #9  How to play popular  piano, new home study  course. Fast, easy;  method. Guaranteed! For  FREE information write  Studio CO 214, Russell &  Associates, 10060-102;  Avenue,' Fort St. John,  B.C.V1J2E2. #7;  Hiring   a   Nanny?   Do   it,  yourself! $47.50 self help  kit gives all steps of hiring  locally or; overseas. All  necessary forms included.  For Information or to,  order: Sunshine Personnel, P.07 Box 3482, MPO,  Vancouver; B.C. V6B 3Y4.  Phone 581 -3841. #7;  ������ '��� ��� ���' ���     ���^��� ~i  500; Name  and  Address  labels $5. Printed in our-  shop. Popular Press, 2737]  Heald   Road,   Shawnigan  Lake,   BC-   V0R   2W0;  Please send payment with.';*  order. #9  *>  V  A  Wanted business person  to manage and invest in  Pump and Plumbing  business on Vancouver  Island. Small investment  to insure confidence iri.  total management  capabilities. Dunova, Box  444, Duncan, B.C. V9L  3X5. #7  R.A.  Brown Agency Ltd.  established in Abbotsford  for over 25 years, member  of Worldwide Properties  Unlimited Inc., have been  authorized by an, European investment: group to  assemble a portfolio of  Land, Acreages, Farms,  Ranches and "Resorts for  sale in British Columbia. If  your property is sold to  this investment group, NO  COMMISSION will be  charged to the Vendor. If  your property would be  sold to local investors, a  standard real estate commission ;���' will apply. The  next presentation of properties will be made in  Holland beginning of  March. Send details of  your property to R.A.  Brown Agency Ltd., 2613  Pauline Street, Abbotsford, B.C. V2S 3S2 pr  phone Louis Oosting,  853-0788 or 853-7758. .   #7  California   Cooperage  dares you to get into hot  water! Free Hot Tub, Spa,  Sauna brochure. Special  prices. 149 Riverside  Drive, North Vancouver,  B!C. Phone 929-8167.     #8  ��*  <r\  iK^SgGfX^S**  SALE  1980   Chev   P/U  $4,495.  1980   Chev.   van  $4,395.  1976   Cordoba  $3,395.  Phone   886-2929.  D7424.  m  '76 Blazer four wheel drive,  low mileage, chrome  wheels, mad dog tires.  885-5031. . #7  1974 Ford Torino St. Wag.  Good cond. $750 obo.  Phone 886-2975 #9  ^P   to that lively, informative ^^  ^���������-i -:-x. ���-:��� Sunshine  | / ,*#^  Kindly print or type the name and address of the person to receive this  fine, salty epistle and please enclose your cheque for  Canada: $30.00 per year, $18.00 forsix ntontB-s.  U.S.A: $32.00 per year, Overseas: $33t.OO per year.  Mail to:  The Coast News,  Circulation Dept.,  Box 460,  NAME.  ADDRESS-  CITY _____  ��� PROVINCE  IcODE___  Gibsons, B.C.  V0N1V0  Celebrating Deep Creek  Farmers Institute 50th Anniversary with a community reunion - past and present residents. Convenor:  B.K. Johnston, president  D.C.F.I. Time, Saturday,  June 4, 1983. Place: Deep  Creek Community Hail -10  a.m. Place: Gardom Lake  Community Park - 1 p.m.  Sponsored by Deep Creek  Farmers Institute. Past  and present Deep Creek-  Gardom Lake residents Interested in attending contact B.K. Johnston, R.R. 1;  Enderby, B.C. V0E 1V0.  Phone 832-4489, 832-4471.  #7  Satellite   T.V.   Systems  complete, guaranteed.  $2,995. No down payment  on approved credit.  Delivery and Installation  available anywhere.  Phone Maple Ridge, B.C.  467-1337 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.  ���-.     ,,.    ���;:.:���-/;-,:..��� #9  Paddle Fans The original  fan store. Wholesale and  Retail. FreeX Catalogues;  Ocean Pacific: Fan Gllery  . Inc.; 4600 East Hastings  Street, Burnaby, B.C. V5C  2K5. Phone 112-299-0666.  X X,:-':-   TFN  Big   White   Ski   Village  deluxe private con-  dos/chalets - on the  slopes, kitchen, fireplace,  hot tubs, saunas.  Reasonable rates  RECORD SNOW FALL.  Summit Leisure Planning  phone 987-5759. #7  Chicks, brown egg layers,  white egg layers, meat  birds: Order early, ship  anywhere, Napier Chick  Sales, 6743 216 Street,  Box 59, Milner, B.C. VOX  1T0. Phone 534-7222.     #8  Only 20% down, 40 acres  Okanagan Valley $15,900.  full price. $3,180 down,  $182 monthly, owner will  finance. Phone (509)  486-2875 or (509) 486-4777.  ������'.* ������.���'������-:#7'  For Sale by Owner. 3  bedroom rancher King Rd.  Utilities inc., garage,  wood stove (LR). $65,900.  885-9458. #8  GIBSONS  "\  2600 sq. ft. Family Home on  quiet cul-de-sac.- 2 levels on  landscaped lot with fantastic  .view of Howe Sound. Close to  schools and shopping. 3 bdrm.,  Ifle. Ilvlnfl room w/ F.P., Oak kitchen, Ige. laundry room, 2%  baths, rec, room w/airtlght, of-  flce/den, loads of storage, Ige.  sundeck, ideal for rev. or  mother-in-law suite, many,extras. Asking $138,000 assum.  1st ��12.75%.  For appt. phone * 888-2378  XX     or Van. 689-1282  Wooded lot for sale. Park-  like setting, beach access,  all services. Manatee Rd.,  Roberts Creek. 72V.x105.  $37,500. Some financing  available at 15%.  885-2331. TFN  Best deal In town. Vz ac.;  lot. clea., found, for 1400  ft. rancher or bidg. permits  Water conn., drivewayj  close to Cedar Gr. Sc.  Everything for as low as  $32,900 or will build forv  you. Phone 88&��545r    #8  $53,600.00  By Builder  Will build on lot in Gibsons  one storey, 3 bedroom  home, walking distance to  shopping: 886-7309.       #7  Sacrifice sale, owner built,  1625 sq. ft. rancher,2x6 airtight, 1% -bath., sep.  shower, $65,500. 886-8597.  #9  Chaster Rd. 2 lots 73x147,  82x131. $19,600 ea., obo/  885-9297. #9  For sale by , owner. 3  bdrm., basement entry  home, 2 years old, ocean  view. $105,000 obo.  886-8763. #7  Would like to trade my  Birch Bay summer home  35 mins. from Vane, near  beach, 3 yrs; old, approx:  value $35,000 for view or  W.F.; on Sunshine Coast.  Will pay some difff. Call  collect 987-0355. #7  OPPORTUNITY  KNOCKS!  Older 3 bedroom rancher, new  rugs and paint. Needs tender loving care. Offers to high 30s.  OPEN HOUSE  Saturday, 12-4  Feb. 19th   |  Large lot, ��ome ocean 'view.  Dunham Road, Port Mellon, 2nd  house an left.  H2-4M-968J  imsi^mHaaaaaaaaammW  [DRAFTING.!  ?m-7442i  Attractive 3 bdrm rancher.  Owner financing avail, at  8%. For details ph.  886-9738. #7  Charters from Vancouver  to Copenhagen, Oslo or  Billund - $975 (regular fare  $1,357) June 29-July 20 or  July 13 - August 10, 1983.  Scandinavian Travel 2260  Kingsway, Vancouver,  B.C. V5W2T7. Phone  435-8154. ::-;-'   -XXXyXi*7.:  ' Fabric "^6wei^*^lsTjbls06|Sf  now 'fo' Portfolio'Fabrids!  $25"brings a sewing  newsletter and fabric  swatches, Bi-monthly.  Write for free issue. 4984  Manor Street, Vancouver,  B.C.V5R3Y2. #7  inexpensive computer pro-  . grams - T1-99/4A Basic!  Easy conversion to other  forms of Basic home,  school, business applica-  . tions. Alpha - Omega Computer Services, 6286 Fair-  view Way, Duncan, B.C.  V9L2J3. #7  I'm looking for parts for  1950's Cat D-4 or'liH. 3040  Track Loader Backhoe,  Ramcharger, Studebak-  ers. Any manuals, tools  for these. J.J. Ouellette,  General Delivery, White-  horse.^Vukon Y1A2B0:  #7  .  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL  HOSPITAL DISTRICT  CAPITAL EXPENSE PROPOSAL NO. 4,  1982  The Board of Directors of the Sunshine Coast  Regional Hospital. District proposes to borrow  money at any time or from time to time, after  receiving the approval of the Lieutenant Governor  in Council, by the issue and sale of debentures  . bearing.interest at a rate or rates per annum,as  may   be   specified   by   the   British   Columbia;]  ���Regional Hospital Districts Financing Authority  >at the'time-otborrowing and payable over a perjod,-  ? brfperipdsVnpt exceeding twenty-five years from.'.  the date or respective dates thereof, in such "principal amounts as the Board may from time to time *  deem necessary to raise a net sum not exceeding'  in the aggregate Two Hundred and Eighty-five  Thousand ($285,000) Dollars after payment of discount,  commission,  brokerage,  exchange and  other expenses with respect to such issue or sale,  for the purposes specif ied in the Hospital District  Act, with repayment to be shared by the Province  under the provisions of Section 22 of the Hospital  District Act.  The following in brief and general terms sets  out substantially the proposed project at:  St. Mary's Hospital  1 .To plan for a 50-bed Extended Care Unit,-35  beds to be placed In use immediately, 15 to be  completed but withheldfrorri use pending need,  plus expansion of services as required.: '���.���������XXx;  ''������{���'X-' L. Jardine  Secretary. Treasurer/  #*  f\S* 4  "i4#*"  ��� s^ra^^v^r^a^aj j  The: Sunshine Coast News  reserves ihe right to classify  .advertisements under : appropriate headings and determine page location; The Sun-  shi'ne Coast News also  reserves the right to revise or  reject any advertising which in  the opinion of the Publisher is  in questionable taste. In the  event that any advertisement  is rejected, the sum paid for  the . advertisement, will be  refunded.  Minimum $4.00 par 3 line insertion. Each  additional .line $1 00. Use our economical 73'  we>��ks for th* prico of 2 rate. 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D  C' ���������������������������       '                             3  II  _n _E  II 1 II l-l'-l-"-_II3  1   1  ii    i  ���3  in  i      i i  1 ��� 1- 'IT;,..~L    H  i  m  i ii  i mi  "'���i ii   r   re     ~\  et-ASSfiFICATIONi; e.g. For Sale, For Rent, etc.  !-.-.��  i  i  ��� -I  ������::t  '������-I  I  I  I  "I  si:  I  I  I  I  I  J ���ggrn^tjg'i^nj^  yog g*gs**vn��1'M' ,m��rt"fm"^9''3m'lrm  Boat Show display was seen by thousands over the past 10 days.  (See Chak-Chak.) George Matthews photo  Last week old Chak-Chak  took of f on a local migration to  Vancouver. Just in the same '  manner as the real eagles who,  travel to seasonal locations at,;  specific points along the coast-  to harvest various kinds ofx:  spawning fish, so Chak-Chak  located a suitable perch attheX  Vancouver International Boat  and Sportsmens' Show, i    ,;:  The location was the Sun- ;  shine Coast's display organized  by Economic Commisioner  Oddvin Vedo and manned by  many coast residents. The���;���*  Coast News printed a number  of brochers for the occasion in-;  eluding a sampler of Chak-1  Chak's seaf66d recipes and ads  for a number of seafood aijid ;  fishing oriented businesses:     ^  The whole display attracted a  good deal of attention and  many complimentary comments. I am sure a lot of lower  mainland residents were "turn-,  ed on" to the Sunshine Coast  and will make a point of visiting  the area this summer; Quite a  few ladies will be trying out our  unique recipes if some of their  remarks are any indication. Let  us hope that the project will  Heart Foundation kicks  off 1983 campaign  February has been officially  proclaimed "Heart Month" by  Mayor Lorraine Goddard to  highlight the annual Heart  Fund Drive. At any one time  almost three million Canadians  will be affected by diseases the  Heart Foundation is concerned  about.  i Canadian researchers have  made great strides in reducing  the death rate from these heart  diseases. They developed the  first pacemaker, artery  transplants, human heart valve  replacement and techniques  now used around the world.  Mr. Jack Milburn,chairman  of the Sunshine/Coast unit of  the B. Cv Heart Foundation  said that locally the fund-  raising campaign will begin on  Februaryl7 and peak on  February" U.' There ate WartyJX-  volunteers who will be going  door to door, but there is  always a need for more.  Of the donations received by  the Heart Fund 88 per cent goes  directly into research and  education. Particular emphasis  is to be placed on research into  arteriosclerosis and hypertension.  If you are interested in helping, call Mrs. Jane Longley in  Gibsons at 886-7794 or Mr.  Burt Slade in Sechelt at  885-2324. Mrs. Longley is in  charge of the whole drive which  covers the Coast from Egmont  to Port Mellon.  Jack Milburn, ��hainrian of the Sunshine Coast Heart Foundation,  accepts a cheque from Blain Hagedorn of Super. Valu.to start this.  year's campaign.  ���Jadtth Wttioa pholo  Notice Board  Sponsored as a public service by  the Sunshine Coast News  & John R. Goodwin, C.A.  dote: Early announcements wlll.be run once, than  must be resubmitted to run again, no mora than on*  month prior to the event.  On Fabruary, 20th th* Peninsula Cantra NOP Club will hold a general  meeting at the Welcome Woods Hall in Halfmoon Bay. Ooors open at  1:30.  Monday  Aelbers Real Estate  Competitively  Priced Properties  Are Now Selling  On The Sunshine  Coast.  Phone  885-2456.  Monday. O.A.P.O. #38 Regular Meeting: First Monday of each month, 2  jpm at Harmony Hall, Gibsons  Social Bingo - 2nd & 3rd Mondays, 2 pm at Harmony Hall, Gibsons.  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum in Gibsons is now open Monday through  Saturday between 9-4 pm  Roberts Creek New Horizons meets at the Community Hall each Monday 1:30 -3:30 pm. All welcome.,  Pender Harbour A District Wildlife Society: Regular monthly meetings '  will 'now be held on the 4th Monday of each month. Next scheduled  Sleeting will be Monday, 24th January, 1983, at Pender Harbour  Elementary School, 7:30 p.m.  1st Gibsons Guide Co. meets on Mondays 6:45 pm -8:30 pm at United  Church Hall, Glassford Rd., Lowe/ Gibsons. Girls 9-12 welcome.  Senior Men's Volleyball commencing Monday the 13th of September,-  Elphinstone Gym 8 pm.  Roberta Creek Hospital Auxiliary: Second Monday of each month,  11:00 am Roberts Creek Legion.  Sunshine Pottery Guild Meetings: 2nd Monday of every month 7:30 pm  at the Craft Stuel'o, corner of North Road and Hwy. 101. 886-9095.  CH>*ons|mk> CM> St. Nov. 8. Every Mon. & Thurs. at 6:30 pm Cedar Grove  SchoolGyrh.Adults & children from age9. 886-7759.    -  The Sunshine Coast Dressing Society meets every, fourth Monday     '  to make .'non-cancer dressings for the Coast Garibaldi Health Unit.  10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Volunteers���men and women needed.    .  TFN  W.V.V.-  :���>:���������.������*:  Gibsons Badminton Club-Wednesdays, 8-10 pm Elphinstone Gym.  Sept. 22 to April, 1883. 886-2467.  Port Mellon Hospital Auxiliary second Wednesday of every month 1:30  pm. 886-7937.  -Thursday  Tuesday  Sunshine Coast Arts Council regular meeting 4th Tuesday of every  * month at 7:30 pm at the Arts Centre in Sechelt.  Duplicate Bridge every Tuesday starting Oct. 5th at 7:25 pm at the Golf  7lGfub. Information 886-9785 or 886-2098.  \ Sunshine Coast Navy League of Canada Cadets and Wrenettes, ages  "l0 to 14, .will meet Tuesday nights 6:45-9:00 pm United Church Hall,  Gibsons^ New recruits welcomed.  Sechelt Crib Club every Tuesday night at 8:00 pm Sechelt Legion.  Al-Anon Meetings every Tuesday night, Roberts Creek. For information  tcall 886-9059 or 886-9041. '   4  The regular meeting ol Woman's Aglow Fellowship is held In Harmony  friall, on Harmony Lane, Gibsons, at 11:30 a.m. every 3rd Tuesday.  'vLunch served. Come February 15. Speaker; Fran Lance, Seattle,  Washington: For further Information phone 886-9774 or 886-9576.^  X-������-���--���- Wednesday ������   -   ,      *.  ;Sschelt Garden Club 7:30 pm St. Hilda's Hall, first Wednesday of each  I month, except Jan., July & August.  Kiwanis Caro Centre Auxiliary ��� Gibsons meets every 3rd Wednesday  each month 8 pm at tlte Care Centre.  Senior Cltlxens Branch 69 Sechelt dancing Wednesday afternoons 1:30  pm. Refreshments, ftih times. .      ���  Timber trolls Riding Club 1st Wednesday of the month 7:30 pm Davis  Bay Elementary School.  O.A.P.O. #38 Carpet Bowling- every Wednesday 1 pm at Harmony Hall,  Gibsons, beginning October 6. "���'--���'.  r" Gibsons Tops Meeting every Wednesday at 6:45 pm Alternate School  Room at Resource Centre. Phone 886-9765.  Sunshine Lapidary & Craft Club meots 1st Wednesday every month at  7:30 pm. For Information 886-2873 or 886-9204.  Pander Harbour Auxiliary to St Mary's Hospital meets second  Wednesday of every month 1:30 at St. Andrew's Church Hall, Highway  101:^ewrnembera welcome.  Roberts Creek Legion Bingo every Thursday, Early Bird, Bonanza, also  Meat Draws. Doors open at 6 pm. Everyone welcome.  The Bargain Barn of the Pender Harbour Health Clinic Auxiliary is open  on Thursday afternoons from 1:00 until 3:30.  Al-Anon Meeting every Thursday In Gibsons at 8 pm. For Information  call 888-9589 or 888-9037.  O.A.P.O. #38 Public Bingo every Thursday 7:45 pm sharp at Harmony  Hall, Gibsons. - ���  Ti.j Kinsman Club of Gibsons A District welcomes young men 21:40  years - meetings 1st & 3rd Thursdays 6:30 pm Kinsmen Hall, Dougal'  Park, Gibsons. Call 885-2412 or 886-2045 after  General Meeting .Gibsons & District Chamber of Commerce, Marine  Room, 8 o'clock on last Thursday of every month.  Friday  Ladles Basketball ��� Fridays Elphinstone Gym 7-9 pm.  O.A.P.O. #38 Fun Night every Friday tt 7:30 pm. Pot Luck Supper last  Friday of every month at 6 pm at Harmony Hall, Gibsons.  Tot Lot at Gibsons United Church 9:30-11:30 am. Children up to 3 yrs.  welcome. For Info, call 886-8050.  Sechelt Totem Club Bingo every Friday. Place: Wilson Creek Community Hall. Times: Doors open 5:30. Early Birds 7:00. Bonanza 7:30. Regular  Bingo 8:00.100% payout on Bonanza end of each month. Everyone  welcome. '���������:.'"���.. ���  .  Thrift Shop every Friday 1-3 pm. Thrift Shop, Gibsons United Church  basement.    '  Wilson Creek Community Reading Centra noon to 4 pm. 885-2709. ..  Coffee Party/Story Hour First Friday of each month at the Wilson  Creek Hall 10:30 am. 885-2752; ;,  Bridge at Wilson Creek Hall: 1st & 3rd Friday of each month 1:00 pm!  885-3510. ''.���:���������  Bridge at Wilson Creek Hall: 2nd & 4th Friday of each month 1:00pm.  885-3510.'   ,"  ]"������'���'"  Story HourfCofte* Party 1st Friday of each month, 10:30 at the Wilson  CraekHall.     "'.,"''  Saturday  Full Gospel Business Men's Fellowship: Breakfast meetings every first  Saturday of the month 8 am. Ladies also welcome. Phone 886-9774,  .886-8026. Praise the Lord.  Wilson Creek Community Reading Centra 1 to 4 pm. 885-2709.  The Bargain Bam of the Pender Harbour Health Clinic Auxiliary is open  on Saturday afternoons from 1-3:30 pm.  Coast News, February 14,1983  niWnJiiiE-  have the desired result of an increase in business for our local  merchants.  T   While in Vancouver my wife  and I stayed with our younger  ;5on in Coquitlam. We took him  out to dinner one evening. In  >rder to celebrate Chinese New  Year we went down to Yans' at  lithe corner of North Road and  Lougheed Highway. Yari, the  '"Happy Wokker" of CBC's  TV fame, welcomed us to his  'restaurant and of course I  -greeted him with his traditional  .salutation, "herro".  I ordered a "Seafood Teppan", (prawns, scallops, fish  and vegies), stir-fried and served at the table on a sizzling hot  cast iron platter. One of the  problems of serving food on  large platters is that it is very  often stone cold by the time the  diner has been able to consume  it all. The cast iron teppan dish  is brought in from the kitchen  almost red hot and the waiter  scrapes the food from the china  j platter to the teppan platter  which sits on a heavy wooden  tray to protect the table from  damage. The whole affair is  very spectacular with sizzling  food and a great cloud of steam  that rises to the ceiling and  .steams up your eye glasses.  And of course, the food stays  hot longer.  Golden City Restaurant on  Wharf Street in Sechelt has a  few items that are served on  "Sizzling Platters".  "Gung Ho Fat Choy'  Sea you.  B6-UGIHG...  Janet Ayerarst,whohasjoined  our staff recently. Janet looks forward to assisting you with all your  Hair Care needs.  I8SEM Hiii   Mon-Sat.  Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons  -76f6 Walk-ins Welcom�� ==  buy lumber  direct from  Wholesaler-  _p-i  1x8 or  1x6 Cedar Channel STK $650.00 M  Pre-stained Olympic  1x8 Channel Utility & Btr. $250.00 M  1x4 T+G Kiln Dried Clear Cedar $895.00 M  1x6 T+GU-joint Utility Cedar $275.00 M  5/8 T+G Fir Plywood ��� $12.95 ea.  TIVISLAND WHOLESALE  LUMBER GO. Phone Rummy Gill  ' ��/i  Collect  327-3652  r��>  Gibsons  Public Library  I Hours:  [Tuesday 2-4 pm  I Wednesday 10:30-4 pm  [Thursday 2-4 pm  Saturday  2-4 pm  7-9pm  2-4pm  Superior     Gibsons Brake, Tune  I & Muffler Ltd.  We thought that YOU should KNOW  our SERVICES include  & Major & Minor Repairs  _tf All cars, trucks, motorhomes  E^f All Exhaust work  G_f All brake parts & shocks  E��T  Our work Is Guaranteed  _?f  Free Estimates  :'__T   10% Discount to Senior Citizens  i  Hwy 101, Gibsons  just west of Pratt Road  886-8213  OPEN MONDAY TO SATURDAY  NICOLE PARTON  i;' c\ ������'  Who'll speak up  for the teachers?  All's quiet on the western front.  Education minister Bill Blather  Slam is holidaying in Hawaii.  Cards on the table? My brother,  one brother-in law, and two sisters-  in-law are teachers. I have three 11-  year-olds in the school system.  That's it. Upfront. They haven't  been harping at me and I haven't  been prodding at them, but in the  short 21 weeks Mr. Vander Zalm has  held the post, they've been on my  mind, as have the province's 30,000  teachers and 500,000 students.  Regardless whether we do or do  not have youngsters in the public  school system, we are affected by it.  Our taxes support it and our society  is fuelled by its product ��� the students who pass through it.  In the sense that we pay for the  system and draw from it, we are  consumers of it, but passive consumers, all too often.  This week, there was yet another  evening meeting at our school���yet  another night when several teachers, and our principal, met withi parents. These get-togethers are not  infrequent. They take unpaid hours  of teachers' time, and often.  Just before Christmas, our girls  ��� who are joiners ��� attended choir  practice or basketball practice or  some other extracurricular activity  at the ungodly early morning hour of  7:20. Driving them to school in my  bathrobe and slippers, I noticed,  through the classroom windows, a  number of teachers already at work.  It's also not unusual that the  teacher assigned to patrol the school  grounds, supervising children at  play, holds a small youngster on  each hand. The look of rapture in the  youngsters' eyes as the teacher  talks softly to them and strolls with  them, is something unforgettable.  An aging population, perhaps less  tolerant now that their own children  have left the school system, is ever  more vocal about the level of taxpayer funding for schools. Seizing on  those cries, Mr. Vander Zalm is  very much a Man of the People, governing by media and trial balloon.  In hts brief tenure as education  minister, Mr. Vander Zalm has garnered more headlines and more  news comment than anyone in the  provincial government save the  premier, who is only marginally  ahead. In that short time, Mr. Vander Zalm has told teachers that budgets would be slashed ($60 million last  fall; a further $45 to $50 million this  year), that teachers and aides would  be dismissed, and that schools  would be closed ... this when B.C.  projects 50,000 "echo" baby boom  births in 1983.  We consumers were largely silent  when the ridiculous call was raised  for an extra 12 minutes and 48 seconds of daily teaching time, forcing  teachers to work the equivalent of  five unpaid days in the school year,  despite the many unpaid hours most  already contribute each week for  extracurricular activities, student  counselling, and meetings with par- .  ents.  We were largely silent when this  swaggering minister, so confident of  his own superior abilities, offered to  teach a class himself... the implication again being that he would do  the job better and more efficiently  than our present educators.  At a time when the system is highly integrated with new Canadians  from many countries, we were  largely silent when Mr. Vander  Zalm called for mandatory Bible  readings in B.C. classrooms, trampling the rights of those students of  otherfaiths.  And most of us kept quiet when  Mr. Vander Zalm floated the idea of  province-wide exams, perhaps forgetting the reason why such exams  were dropped in the first place���because they put undue emphasis on a  student's performance in a concentrated period that, for any number  of reasons, may unfairly reflect that  student's knowledge of the subject.  Given the reality of shrinking dollars, a leaner, tighter school system  is essential. In difficult times, budget cuts are unavoidable. But I do feel  it needs to be said, in simple and  plain language, that our teachers  are dding a good job, and that we. appreciate their efforts.  When the minister returns from  his Hawaiian sojourn, the headline-  grabbing will no doubt start again,  further demoralizing our teachers.  Who will speak out in support of  them and our children, that most  valuable resource they nurture?  Who?  Reprinted With the permission of Nicole Parton  and the Vancouver Sun by the B.C. Teachers' Federation.  'i:��. 16.  Coast News, February 14,1983  SEMI-ANNUAL  SALE ��� SAVE  Guess Where  The usual prize of $5 -will be awarded to the first person whose name is  drawn correctly identifying the location of the above. Send entries to  the Coast News, Box 460, Gibsons, in time to reach the newspaper office by Saturday of this week. This week's winner is Mrs. Wayne De  Jarlis, Box 1446, Gibsons, who correctly located the wagon wheels in  the backyard of the County Charm house in Wilson Creek.  Elections for the position of  chief and four councillors on  the Sechelt Indian Band will be  held next Sunday, February 20.  The advance poll will takeplace  on February 19 and the results  of the election will be announced on Monday morning.  Calvin Craigan, Gilbert Joe  and Stanley Joe are contesting  the position of chief and there  are. 12 others running for the  four councillors' positions.  The elections are of particular  importance because of the administrative responsibility to  be assumed by chief and council if the Sechelt Indian Band  Act becomes law.  >  The position of chief ceased  being a hereditary one 30 years  ago when Calvin Craigan's  father became the first-elected  chief.  Craigan, who has held the  position of chief for the last  eight years, sees the type of  leadership as crucial for handling the transition of the band to  a self-governing body. He feels  it is necessary for the chief to be  "fully aware of the legal constraints and procedures in the  Sechelt Band Act". Both his  experience and his academic  training in administration  make him a suitable candidate,  he suggests. He pointed out  that he has worked towards  self-government for the past  eight years to give better oppor-  No support for Gurney  : Regional board director for  Area E (Reid Road-Pratt Road  -Gower Point) Jim Gurney; expressed his concern with  "piecemeal boundary extensions" in the Reid Road^ Payne  Road area as the town of Gib-.  sons is giving consideration to  allowing four properties in the  area to join the town.  ; The owners of the properties, J. Johnston", A. Cripps,  Shoal Developments and G.  Dabrowski, have applied to,  Gibsons for inclusion in the  town for their land, involving a  total area of approximately 30  acres.  Gurney opposed the boundary extension on the grounds  that the proposed extension  will tend to *' alienate the  Cemetery Road area from  water servicing". Gurney asked the board to sign a letter to  Jack Heinrich, Minister of  Municipal. Affairs, requesting  a deferral of the boundary extension until water servicing  and planning concerns could be  addressed. -  Director Gurney further  noted that the incremental expansion of .town boundaries  could have the, effect of,  alienating adjacent property  owners and others on the town  boundary who may, find land-  use regulations being applied  inequitably.  RRSP  %  5 Year Term Subject to Change  THE ULTIMATE RRSP  National Life's ULTRANNUITY !l'; offers an excellent combination of  yield, guarantees and the flexibility of "New Money" interest rates  guaranteed from one to five years.  You will depend on your plan to fund your retirement. Be sure to have  the best plan ��� the Ultimate Solution.  Ultrannuity II, from National Life ��� planning futures for Canadians since  1899. .,.*���.''.���  Let's talk about your future.  L.K  CHAMBERS  FT] 885-3379  LL-3  NATIONAL LIFE OF CANADA  Board chairman and Gibsons' mayor Lorraine Goddard  said she would not sign the  Gurney letters,-indicating she  did not want to discourage property owners from joining the  village. Citing an earlier case in  which a referendum was held to  include properties within %the  Gibsons' boundary, the mayor  said that she didn't .want the  same kiiid of dispute to arise.  "I will agree that this is not  good planning,'' (allowing  pjecemeai^g^tensions) Jhe -  mayor said, "but it is politically expedient." - ..  The board voted not to sign  director Gurney's letters, suggesting instead he sign them  himself as representative of  Area E. Gurney scolded the  board for its continued lack of  concern for his area.  Centennial  At the.meeting on February 9  several ideas for fund raising  and publicity were aired, one of  therri being a Sunday Market,  lasting    from    April    to  September, using the ramp  leading to the wharf with about  a dozen rented booths.  7 The ramp and wharf would  be closed to vehicles and might  be used for an outdoor theatre.  There will be a dance on March  26 in Elphinstone gymnasium.  A general meeting is coming up  on February 17.  AT THESE RATES...   DON'T WAIT  WHARF ROAD, SECHELT  tunities and an improved  lifestyle to band members.  .Gilbert Joe has 12 years experience on the council and is  also one of five members from  all over B.C. on the Local  Government Committee. He is  interested in "enhancing the  social structure, and improving  still further the economic situation of the band". He particularly stresses the importance of maintaining the band  members cultural hereditary  status as Indians. He cites the  Native Environmental Studies  Programme at Tsoh-Nye as an  example of improving cultural  awareness. Joe served on the  council which developed and  set up the shape of the present  administration and established  its financial structure. He  worked on the sections of the  act that give authority to  manage and control lands and *���  also helped to improve water  and sewer services on the  reserve.  Stanley Joe, who runs the  S.E.J. Fitness Centre;' could  not be reached for comment.  TIME IS RUNNING OUT OFFER GOOD UNTIL FEB.28  ' ONLY: PHONE FOR DETAILS |  TODAY - 885-2818  SUPERSHAFE.  UNISEX HAIR DESIGN |  EAR PIERCING AVAILABI.I  "It's the Cut that Counts"  COWRIE STREET, SECHELT >  (Across from M-cieods) 885-2818  Drummond Insurance  for all your insurance needs  including  ' I*s5  1983 INSURANCE AND LICENCE  cost the same no matter  where you get it, only the  service is better.  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