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Array LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY.  Parliament Buildings,  VICTORIA, B.C. V8V 1X4  X '-si's    jwL  ���'-?4XS&&3f&"& fi  Centennial project underway  '"   -��-^---W-_��M^��MWBa^WMM-��MM-tWW-_MWW_^-wS_��__M--^ '  Rec Centre plans drawn  This chimney fire last Friday on Sergeants Road in Gibsons serves as a reminder that chimneys are particularly hazardous this time of year. Gibsons firemen responded to the alarm in less than five minutes*  ���George Matthews photo  Up to eight weeks  Make-work cheques late  V  by Caroline Walden  "Working in the ratii and  ^mud^caTr^be-fPttstrattng but  when there are no paycheques  ,.,. coming in,, it's completely  3eni*dralhang.^^r    . "'     \  x I wouldn't advise anyone to  work on the EBAP because you  don't get paid. We* were told  our cheques would be coming  in regularly and now they're  not."  These are the sentiments of  " some members of the EBAP  : workforce, about 50 people  ��presently working on the  Unemployment Insurance  I Bridging Programs on the Sun-  : shine Cdast.  EBAP workers often wait six  to eight weeks for their pay.  The company Cheque of $12 per  day. come&irjq:egularly but .the j,  government has not yet devised  an "efficient system in their cen-<  ' tral office and their share of  payment is sporadic.  These operations were put  into effect in the fall. Initially  EBAP workers have to wait six '  weeks to receive their,first cheque as UIC switches from computer cards to manual. After  that, supposedly everything  should run smoothly and fhe  weekly cheque of approximately $200 should be issued every  two weeks.  Such has not been the case  and it was a lean Christmas for  some EBAP employees* -  *. EBAP, employees are across  section x>ksocl&y:V?profe;siio-  al people who cari'i-find work,  here, loggers, office workers,*  housewives, etc/ Most are  single people but some have  families to support. They  choose to work instead of collecting UIC.  Local UIC authorities are  helpless as cheques are issued  from Vancouver. They  acknowlege that the manual  system used to replace the computers is not working but are  not sure why.  Architectural and engineering  representatives presented a  * working drawing of the proposed Community Recreation  -Centre for Gibsons to the  Centennial Committee at a  .meeting held last week,       '   '  .' The group was headed by J.  Kramer who works out of  White Rock and included Cyril  jMablethqrpe and Chris Dib-  ' nah. They came to the attention  7 of town planner Rob Buchan  ( while working on the new  .Pentecostal Church on School  .'Road and recently completed  work on the Recreation Centre  ��� in Powell River.  The attractive looking  package included racquet ball  courts and a multi-purpose  ,room. According to Kramer  ,' ;the proposal could be phased in  " J with the lucrative racquet ball  '  /courts being built first.  *  {    "The entire complex could  ) be built for $700,000," Kramer  '.assured the Centennial Com-  Tnittee. "Less if volunteer  ��� labour was involved."  j    At the outset of the meeting  ' Kramer cautioned that the  j multi-purpose room in the  recreation scheme was not a  ? theatre.  "I have no doubt you will  r need a theatre here one day but  ' if we had been asked to design a  1 theatre it would not have been  ���krectangle," said Kramer.  -. "Provisions have been made to  f> have a raised area sixteen feet  '- high over the proposed stage  area."  Steve White of Gibsons expressed strong concern about  this aspect of the otherwise attractive proposal.  "This is the kind .of compromise that has been going pn  >,.. in Gibsonsi^tbojlong,^ said^  '' White. -*?we*nave groups'Iike J  Lyn Vernon's performing now  on makeshift stages with  makeshift chairs and makeshift  lighting and it is not good  enough."  White said that if the multipurpose room proposed was  accepted there would be no  theatre in Gibsons for years.  "We will be told that what  we have is good enough and it  isn't,".said White. "With a  proper facility we could bring  the UBC Players here, we could  have symphony concerts, but  we must have a decent facility  for the performing arts."  . Otherwise the proposal  brought to the meeting by  Kramer and his associates was  warmly received.  In addition to the concept  presentation by Kramer and his  associates, chairman Barry  Boulton told the committee of  a variety of fund-raising  schemes. These included a  telethon in May on the local  community channel. The  telethon would take the form of  a giant TV bingo and would  coincide with a giant bingo  night in Elphinstone Secondary  school.  Other activities and features  outlined included a dance on  March 26, theme to be decided;  the use of the unused  newstands on the B.C. ferries  for promotional purposes; a  flea market on Gibsons wharf,  starting April 3; and placemats  designed to the committee's  specifications by the Sunshine  Coast News  The next meeting of the  Centennial Committee will  take place in the Marine Room  on March 17 at 7:30 p.m.  Aquaculture forum  The Economic Development Commission has announced  a forum on aquaculture will be held at the regional board offices on Wednesday, March 2. The forum will include  reports from Brad Hope on his Nelson Island salmon farm  and from John Seamon on oyster farming. Those interested  in participating should call 885-2261.  No foreshore lease  An application for a foreshore lease in front of his property at the head of Porpoise Bay by Sechelt resident Hans Kuch  was turned down at the council meeting last week.  Village historian Helen Dawe pointed out that the Marsh  Protection Society had a request for a conservation lease in  the area pending since 1978.  Alderman Ken Short, a neighbour of the applicant,  absented himself from council chambers during the discussion.  Wildlife films  The Gibsons Wildlife Club is continuing its policy of  showing family-oriented movies and will be presenting  "Living River" narrated by Roderick Haig-Brown and  /���The Man Who Digs For Fish" on Wednesday, February 23  at the clubhouse, starting at 7:30 p.m." - �����-*"-  ��� > Open to the public and bring'the family.  Scout-Guide Week  Lieutenant-governor H. Bell Irving signed into law a proclamation declaring the week of February 20-27 as Scout  Guide Week in the province of British Columbia.  Confidentiality assured  Food Bank gets going  Food Bank Committee  > Early in the New Year a few  of us at Langdale'terminal were  walking about the Vancouver  Food Bank and wondering  aloud whether one is needed on  the Sunshine Coast.  So many people are out of  work: permanent lay-offs;  temporary shut-downs; ;iong  delays   in   dealing. with  unemployment*offices; the  I agony for some applying for  " welfare; and those who just  don't know where to turn. We  decided to investigate. In the  six weeks we've been checking  and amassing information, including a visit to the Vancouver  Food Bank on distribution day,  we have found there really is no  .doubt that volunteers could  '; Operate a bank here on the Sunshine Coast. jThere most  definitely is a need. X-'',  (The Food Bank will be non-  political, non-sectarian, the  ��� function being to receive food  i and donations and to distribute  ifood equitablyonce a'week-by  volunteers in nutritionally  ^balanced packages to the  needy.  1    Privacy and dignity of the  ; people receiving must be  ; respected and sti only the most  ; essential information will be  ; asked. Confidentiality will be  ; totally maintained.  ;    To be successful, of course,  ; the Food Bank must be an  ;> ongoing thing with as much  \ volunteer help as possible. Our  " temporary phone number is  886-2059, the C.P.U. offices  \ above Kenmaei The mailing  \ address is Sunshine Coast Food  Bank; Box 1191, Gibsons.  We hope that someone can  offer us the use of a small  building where we can collect,  store, and distribute the food.  One of our immediate needs  is for volunteer carpenters to  build food bins which we have  permission to place in the shopping malls in Gibsons and  The wood has been  by Gibsons Building  ^Sechelt.  donated  Supplies.  If you can help in any  way-r-answering phones, picking up' food, whatever, please  call 886-2059 (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, 9  a.m. to 6 p.m.).  M  Fire Safety still  cause for concern  Efforts to improve fire protection in the West' Howe  Sound area continue, in spite of  problems with Victoria. The  by-law to allow a referendum  to approve the purchase of a  new fire truck and the construction of a fire hall is delayed in  Victoria.  Mayor Goddard of Gibsons  told the Coast News that the  concern appears to be whether  the items should be included in  one question or be two separate  questions. .  New safety regulations  governing the improvement of  standards of safety, health and  equipment for firefighters have  been instituted by the Worker's  Compensation Board. These  will have to be adhered to even  if extra expense is involved.  The WCB acknowledged  that "while the timing of these  new regulatory demands may  appear inopportune, health  and safety standards do not  wait for economic conditions".  Architect J. Kramer of White I^ck presents his concept of the Community Recreation Centre at a  meeting of Gibsons'Centennial Committee last week. -John Burnsidephoto  Back-up funds not allowed  concern  Sechelt to seek  new park land  With work on the park on  District Lot 1472 well underway, the village of Sechelt is  casting its eyes on adjacent lot  1646.   .  "We are somewhat land  poor in the village," said alderman Ken Short at a council  meeting held last week. "I  think we should look into the  possibilities of acquiring lot  1646 for future development."  Possible uses of District Lot  1646 ranged from the suggestion of a mobile home park to a  future Sechelt Golf Course.  Alderman Short paid tribute  to the co-operation the village  had received from long time  resident Vic Walters in the  development of-the park on  District Lot 1472.  .. :  .  by Maryanne West  Having decided to submit a  budget reflecting the needs of  this District rather than adhering; to the letter of the government 's>prescribed ceiling,  school trustees were faced with  yet!another dilemma last week.  "Approximately $200,000 is  unspent-from last year's "J"  section, money raised by local  property taxes to cover school  grounds and building  maintenance, equipment etc.,  and Victoria will allow that  money to be transferred to help  balance the crucial operating  budget, sections A-F. Expecting their challenge to the  government to fall on deaf  ears, trustees would have liked  to have had that money to fall  back on if it comes to a crunch,  but if it is budgeted as  "surplus" it will obviously be  automatically transferred to  offset the operating overrun.  Trustees felt this is actually  politically dishonest, in that  they'd be using locally raised  property taxes.to subsidize the  government's share of the  operating budget, money the  government raises from industry for school purposes; obviously a no-win situation.  So, the "J" section surplus  was earmarked for the completion of work detailed in last  year's budget; a new "J"  budget was requested and if  Victoria still insists that the  budget must be cut to their ceiling, i.e. by $449,680 then cuts  in staff and programmes will  have to be made in September.  The day of reckoning may have  only been put off again.  The total budget submitted  to Victoria was $12,444,225,  which includes an operating  budget of $10,391,329, in excess of the ministry's  $9,941,649 guideline.  Mr n  ^Tm-.,^.^,   rimr..|^^iB,f^f.^rri[W��jf^TcatffiJ  ^^^^^?!^^f!^^^^^^mmwfm^  Coast News, February 21,1983  4  fit  <  The latest hullabaloo out of Ottawa about the apparent  bending of guidelines for the conduct of ex-cabinet  ministers is another sad reminder, if we need it, of the  moral turpitude which has fallen over the highest offices  in the land.  It is shameful to have to observe the Prime Minister trying to wiggle his way out the unsavoury business but it is  no more shameful than having to watch him arrogantly  use the second house of government as a pork barrel to  reward the tired Liberal party hacks or to reward his  friends as in the recent case of Michael Pitfield.  The clamour across the land is for men of strong image  to lead this party or that, though in the past 15 years we-  have had a clear indication from this Prime Minister that  to elect leaders based on image or charisma gives a poor  hope for future good government.  What this country needs is men in leadership of plain  speaking and honest dealing. We will not get them as long  as we allow such sleazy backroom manipulators as  Senator Keith Davey and the likes of the Ontario refugees  that now surround Premier Bill Bennett to persuade their  political masters that image is all.  Where is the clamour for honest men? Do we believe  that none exist?  Of course the Liberals are bending the rules again to  enrich their friends. The sad thing is that the only outrage  is the manufactured outrage of the Tories in the House of  Commons as they try to score political points and divert  attention from the unsavoury tangle of their own party  politics.  Serving two masters  The president of the British Columbia School Trustees  Association (BCSTA), Mr. Gary Begin, announced  earlier this month that he will be a candidate for the Social  Credit party for the Burnaby-Edmonds riding in the next  provincial election.  This would appear to represent a gross conflict of interest given the fact that the BCSTA is currently locked in  a struggle of wills with the very Social Credit government  Mr. Begin hopes to represent.  Every major school board in south western British Columbia is currently in the process of defying the Ministry  of Education's attempts to limit their budgets. Mr. Begin,  the chief spokesman for these boards severely strains his  credibility in attempting to serve two masters.  Both the Coquitlam and Campbell River school boards  have called for Mr. Begin's resignation and it would seem  reasonable that at the very least Mr. Begin should step  down until the provincial election.  This is not to suggest that Mr. Begin has in the past failed to represent school boards effectively, but his continued effectiveness is now clearly compromised.  A bona fide expert  We would particularly draw your attention, dear  reader, to the work of Coast News columnist and Sechelt  resident Frances Fleming on this page.  Mrs. Fleming maybe. known to many for her work on  the Sunshine Coast Cdnlniuriity Sem  her work on behalf of the Sechelt Library^ ^^^^''  What may not be widely known is that Frances Fleming is the closest thing to a bona fide education expert that  we have come across. She rose to the top of the education  profession in British Columbia as the Superintendent of  Superintendents, serving with humanity and distinction  at all levels in the school system.  With this reminder of her achievements in education  we rest well content to let her speak for herself.  ...from the files of the COAST NEWS  St. Mary's Hospital, Garden Bay, built in 1929-30 at a cost of  $25,000 on land donated by R. Brynildsen," Sr. Lieutenant-  Governor. R.R. Bruce formally opened the institution on August  16,1930, at which time St. Mary's contained 12 beds, 2 solariums,  a maternity roomy nursery, caseroom and operating room;  Reverend John Anile, superintendent of the Columbia Coast Mission, provided the initiative and impetus which resulted in cooperation by the Pender Harbour citizens, governments, and the  Anglican church to achieve a much-needed medical service.  Simultaneously the federal government built Hospital Wharf at  Garden Bay. The provincial government built a short road with retaining wall leading to the hospital, but it was not until 1941 that  8,400 ft. of road was completed linking Garden Bay with the main  highway to Irvines Landing. Often it was easier for clients to arrive  by water rather than travel the rough roads along the Sechelt Peninsula. On November 30,1964 the original St. Mary's was closed and  the patients transferred to the new hospital at Sechelt, built on land  donated by the Indian,Band. Photo by Edric S. Clayton. Caption  by Helen Dawe.  Fleming on Education  case  by Frances Fleming  There was a time on the Sunshine Coast when there were no  schools. There were children,  to be sure, but no schools. At  Gibsons, at Sechelt, at Pender  Harbour, and many other  small places, concerned  parents met and decided .to  start a school. f  What were the essentials? ;A  teacher, and a place to teach.  Some desks, a blackboard,  some readers, an outside toilet,  a clock, a bell, and little else.  Legend has it that, one parent,  viewing the list of essentials,  objected to the purchase of  toilet tissue; maple leaves, he  argued, were good enough at  home, so why accustom, the  5 YEARS AGO  Citizens of Pender  Harbour mourned the  death of long-time resident John Daly. Mr. Daly,  fisherman and former  executive of the United  Fishermen and Allied  Fishermen and Allied  Workers Union passed  away in The Pas,  Manitoba.  10 YEARS AGO  Fire, discovered about  4 a.m. Tuesday, resulted  in a complete demolition  of the building which  housed the Red Rooster  Cafe on the highway at  Davis Bay.  15 YEARS AGO  A junior high school  for Sechelt is reported to  be the basis for the next  school district referendum.  Continuance of the  British Columbia Ferry  strike prompted emergency measures Monday  by local Sechelt and  Pender Harbour mer  chants   in    replacing  depleting stocks of  basic commodities, particularly foodstuffs.  20 YEARS AGO  Representatives of  three chambers of commerce from Pender Harbour, Sechelt and Gibsons have approved the  opening of a road to the  Skookumchuck as a major   tourist   attraction;  25 YEARS AGO  W.H. Payne, Conservative, Coast-Capilano,  announces Hon, Howard  Green, Minister of Public  Works, has authorized a  breakwater - and:! floats  for Qibsohs Landing  with work: to start on a  project at a very early  date.  30 YEARS AGO  The chairman of the  St. Mary's Hospital Com-.  mittee reports that during the past week the  number of patients has  been increased. It is  hoped that this is a sign  of renewed interest in  the hospital.  The Sunshine  Editorial Department  John Burnside   George Matthews  Judith Wilson  fillf flWI  Advertising Department   .  " Jane McOuat  J. Fred Duncan  Production Department  Nancy Conway   John Storey  Fran Berger  Accounts Department  MM. Vaughan  Circulation  Stephen Carroll  V  Copysettlng  Linda Makeirf  Gerry Walker  The Sunshine Coast News is a co-operative, locally  owned 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.  9    Second Class Mail Registration No. 4702  flH-  mgs, our; present elaborate  system has developed. Highly  paid boards of school,trustees  struggle with budgets, personnel, andcustodialcare Highly  paid superintendents assisted  by highly paid directors,; anjla  staff of important "others"  .   work at administration. The  highly paid secretary treasurer  does histhing.fender these,  more secretarial staff, district  staff, bus drivers, maintenance  staff...we could go on and on.  These district people have  their counterparts in the  Ministry   of   Education,  augmented by such as curricula  experts, and so on. Literally  thousands and thousands of  non-teachers dependi upon  education for their daily bread,  quite apart from the classroom  teacher, who seems the least  important, the most expendable of all personnel involved.  I have no quarrel with .  superintendents:   school  trustees, principals; having filled each of these roles, I am  aware of the work they do.  However, the only transaction that matters in education is  the one that generates between  pupil and teacher.; No education occurs in the school board  offices of the province! No  education occurs in the government offices in Victoria!  Education commences when  the teacher welcomes a class into a classroom and closes the  door.  In times of restraint,; that  classroom, its teacher and its  pupils inside, should be the  sacred shrine of learning. The  last educational dollar should  be spent to preserve it intact.  Our pioneer ancestors on the  Sunshine .Coast had that  respect for the classroom. Why  are we letting the powers that be  attack our teachers and our  children?  Has any school board in this  province offered to forego their  generous salaries to help out  the budget? Perhaps, but I have  not heard of any. Has any  superintendent of schools offered tb take a cutback to that  of an average principal's  salary? He would probably be  sent by his peers to a high class  psychiatrist.  Nobody in power in education is challenging the expensive, non-teaching, deeply entrenched, articulate career people who are "In education"  simply because they would  retaliate with all their verbal,  social and political skills, and  even bring down the government in their fury. So we agree  to fire the non-status teachers'  aides! Plus a few teachers!  However, if we called the  classroom teachers and the  parents on the Sunshine Coast  together, and offered them the  millions of dollars available,  and asked them how it should  be spent to provide quality  education for our children, .  would they accept the challenge  in 1983?  How much would they set  aside for administration and  supervision? How much of a  bureaucracy would they deem  .  necessary?    /.' ,!; v'-i-?-v;'':,"i':  ;���'^lThetscKcfol districts are sit-  ^Ong'dUckk'Tor the centralists in  ',Victoria1���be6aus��0mbst of us  ; have lost sight of what educa-  ' tion is. Such a simple need to be  filled,'with all the modern  devices to bring the world to  our children! The teacher, the  classroom, the computers, the  television screens, the books,  the desire to KNOW...what  should be a joy and a source of  community pride is becoming a  hated tax burden.  Can't we SIMPLIFY? Starting in our own school district?  Chatelech teacher Lyn  Kinsey recently returned from a  year in Australia, gave me the  following article, written by  Washington-based correspondent for The Australian, Peter  Samuel. The item deals well  with a subject of personal interest to me and shows that the  subject      of      linguistic  doublespeak is an international  concern. Dare I say I'd like, "to  share this with you"?  from Peter Samuel  an Australian in Washington  Americans are a sloppy, sentimental mob. The latest  manifestation of abominable  JAmrerica;n"!gushiness &&i a  miserable little linguisticfad;*  *';-" ���:*��� T started being mildly, irritated by 'it' but now I'm getting wild about 'it'.  At first, 1 was not going to  write about 'it' but in the past  two days I've been hit by 'it'  from three sides���from the  state, the church arid finally  from Mammon.  'It' is spreading like herpes. I  have to warn ���Australians,  because i f we are not careful' it'  is going to slip surreptitiously  into our own good robust  Ballad of a B.C.  pupil, 1983  by Frances Fleming  I am just a little kid  I don't read very good.  Sometimes I find it very hard  To do the things J should.  I really like my teacher,  She's as neat as. she can be,  . But there's thirty  in my classroom  And she seldom gets to me.  We used to have  a teacher aider  When I was feeling rough  She'd drill me on  my number work  And all that phonic stuff.  We'd do the things  I had not done  And work till I was tired;  But now I've got a way. behind  My teacher aide is fired.  There are Trustees  ���V;    in the Board Room  And they talk a lot, I'm told,  Directors of Instruction and  A Superintendent bold-  There are supervisors,  principals  "A huge bureaucracy  Both district and provincial-  BUT NONE OF THEM  TEACH ME!  Two years ago I started school  And was it ever clean!  The gym floor was the shiniest  That I had ever seen.  Now the janitor we liked a lot  Works every other day  Arid our school is  kind of grubby  And I guess will stay that way.  Our highway isn't safe  to walk,  I used to ride the bus;  But now I dodge cars  to and from  Though daddy made d fuss.  My cousin on the Island   .  Has to pay a lot of dough  To ride his bus a mile or two  In cold and wet and snow.  There are Trustees,  in the Board Room  Who are told to  CUT THE FAT!  The Directors of  instruction say  We concur with that.  The Superintendent leads  them as  They all try to agree,  But when they do the cutting  They all take a piece of ME.  My grandpa is a taxpayer-  Says schools cost  more and more!  Last time he got his notice  He tore his hair and swore.  "Those taxes rise  each bloody year!  School taxes make me UU'X  I looked around my classroom  And I could not see one frill.  What happens to his taxes?.  I'd really like to know.  Perhaps us kids  could understand  If you would say it slow.  What's happened  to my schooling?  They shut it down for days,  And my teacher's  working harder  But they won't give her a raise.  There are Trustees  Xfnthe Board Room,  (Spend a million bucks or so)  They hire lots of people  And I'd like them all to know  My teacher, my good teacher,  Is the only one I see,  A nd the rest would all  be out of work  If it weren't for her and me!  languare.  'It' is the verb to 'share-  .    with'.     ������-.���;':������ ,.���.. ���  President Reagan, in his  opening comments at his latest  press conference",, said he  wanted to 'share, with' us his  reflections on the death of Mr.  Brezhnev, developments in the  Middle East, etc., etc.  Then I read that Cardinal  Terence Cooke, of New York,  speaking in the Catholic  bishops' debate, started by saying that he wanted 'to share  with' his fellow bishops his  thoughts on the morality of the  ���'���MX missile."' \^'/^r\/;'j: >  ..���Tq cap,it all,";my 'reajtbr'  . (translation frejal estatiera��erit)  wrote.hief (hiry^t6'!thfere);td say  she 'wished tb share;with' me  her 'marketing strategy? for my  house I've left in New York;  Now, I wish she'd just sell my  house, but I suppose telling me  what she is doing to sell it is better than nothing. But I draw the  line at being told she is .'sharing  . with' me her strategy.   ";  What the hell ,is,the matter  iwith the bld;fcwbrkmanilike  four-letter word tell. Why can't  Mr. Reagan simply ;'tell' me  (and other journalists) what he  thinks about the old Russian  thug. Let the cardinal 'tell' his  bishops what he thinks about  the blessed missile. Let the  realtor woman just tell me what  she is doing to get my mortgage  off my back. ;  ���;  \  When she tells me she is going to 'share with7 me  something, I immediately think  she's going to let me in on some  intimate aspect of her life, or is  going to do me some favour.  It is an awful let-down tb find  she is ^simply going tb tell me  something as mundane as the  ads she's placing in the local  rag.    :  As for the president and the  cardinal, being bigwigs, I suppose they have the right to be .  pompous. This fad for the verb  'share with'is part pomposity,  part sentimental gushiness. }  Whatever it is, something  needs'to be doneto;combat this  virulent linguistic disease. J  don't know quite what, but  perhaps our readers can help  with suggestions. ��  UNDERCOVER:  The American solution these  days is to form a 'PAC������#  political action committee. A  TELLPAC perhaps, which will  raise money in defence of the  verb, 'to tell', and award grants  to politicians who use the good  bid four-letter word and compiling a hit list of politicians  who, shudder, 'share with'. ;;  Mr. William Safire,  America's old warrior on  behalf of plain English, is being  approached to be our patron!  Our first undercover lobbying operation which I wish to  sha...tell ypu about is an approach to the White House.  As soon as I get this filed I'm  on the phone to Mr; ������Aram  Bakshian, chief speechwriter to  the president.; My colleague  here, Peter Day, is on to aides  at St. Patrick's-in New York'i  Down with gushy verbs!  '.(} Coast News, February 21,1983  It's my turn! You've already bombed 4 cities  and taken XX hostages!  Letters to the Editor  Pro-lifers "impose views"  ^Editor,  ^0 The attempt to erode individual freedom by groups  such as the Pro-lifers is of concern to me. Groups such as this  one wantrto impose their views  on "everyone���individual  choice and the ability to think  for oneself are considered of no  .importance.  (I For some, abortion is an  ^eniofronally charged issue.  Others, however, have earned  an ���awareness of life that goes  beyond the limits of this  physical world. We know that,  as soul, we enter a physical  body after a chosen body  separates from the mother���  after birth. This awareness is  everyone's birthright. It is up to  the, individual, however, to  choose to prove it for oneself.  I am simply saying that we  should have the freedom to  choose whether or not we want  an abortion. For individuals interested in insights on the processes called birth and death,  -and.the shouldering of individual responsibility, I  recommend Consciousness,  The Key to Life by Darwin  Gross. "Soul uses the physical  body to exist in this coarser  vibration. If one physical body  is not used by a particular soul,  it will use another."  Carole Punt  753-7644  This week on  Channel Ten  GIBSONS  Tuesday, February 22  SECHELT  Thursday, February 24  Beginning at 7 p.m  Parti.   Coast 10 Election  Coverage - Sechelt Indian  Band  The Sechelt Indian Band  council elections were held  %ebruary 20.' This week We present the election results as well  as bur election coverage for the  position of chief. Fran Berger  interviewed the three candidates, Calvin Craigan,  Gilbert Joe, and Stan Joe. Fran  asked each candidate about his,  background and experience,  the issues each considers to be  important and why each wants  to become chief of the Sechelt  Indian Band.  Part 2.   Survival Carnival  The third in our four-part  series on the March 5-6 Survival Carnival to be held at  Elphinstone Secondary school.  Co-ordinator Selia Karsten  has planned 14 panel discussions covering various topics  that relate to survival. To illustrate the type, of discussion,  Selia invited to our studio local  residents Gloe Day, Brett  McGillivray: and Calvin  Craigan. The topic is survival,  what does it mean, how can the  community members work  together to help each other in  hard times? What does it mean  to be a good neighbour?  Survival Carnival  by Selia Karsten, 885-3512  Co-ordinator  HELP! WANTED:  Are you unemployed? But  you have skills, the ones by  which you want to earn your  living.  Are you getting depressed:  bitter,   feeling   sorry   for  yburseif, wondering why it has-  happened to ybti of all people?"  How can you break this;  trend, pull out of your ugly  situation?  Think about Survival Carnival. The concept is that for  two days there is an unparalleled opportunity to  display or demonstrate your  Skookum  * 09  Mark Guignard  ; My office,is so small...  our overhead expenses are negligible:  This means low prices for you on the  car or truck of your choice. Our ser-  , vice work is done exclusively by Dana  Bystead of Redemer Auto (right next  , door); more over, tie does expert work  at modest prices. A 'SKOOKUM DEAL'  Is your assurance of low price, good  service and courteous attention to your  needs. . "        '   .       - .  1980 TRIUMPH  j   SPITFIRE CONVERTIBLE  4 Speed, 1500 c c  :    .   . only 24,000 miles  SKOOKUM   $�� AQK 00  !     DEAL      ' W?��H!*U.\-���.  BUSINESS IS GOOD -1 NEED  YOUR TRADE NOW!  ^CfTtlNE 885-7512  SkoofciBen Auto  Dealer 7381 Sechelt ^  skills arid to find folks who  need them. Perhaps no one  has been able to discover ypu  ��� off in your pit of dispair.^  Maybe they'are in the same  ' situation and could trade their  crafts or skills for yours.  The investment is a gamble,  like: all searches for fulfillment!. It means you will need  to;/bring your skills to  Elphinstone Gym for some  part of the two-day activities.  You will be expected to set up  your tools and show how you  work or display your crafts,  items you are willing to trade  for other skills or crafts.  This can take as little as an  hour or as much as two days,  10-6. You won't make any  money at the carnival but you  could find your next job. It  depends on you and how  serious you are about trying to  connect with future well-bing.  Call Selia Karsten, Carnival  Co-ordinator at 885-7388 or.*  Continuing Education at  885-3512 if you want space at  the carnival. It's a question of  survivals  Wheelchair  stolen  Editor,  I am a disabled veteran from  World War II.  On January 28, 1983, my  wheelchair was stolen from my  place of residence, the Kiwanis  Intermediate Care Home.  As I used the wheelchair  every day, it is missed very  much.  James Douglas  Nanton  reunion  Editor,  From July 28 to August 1,  1983 the town of Nanton,  Alberta, will be celebrating its  80th birthday. With great anticipation we would like to extend a cordial invitation to all  one time residents, family or  friends of the Nanton-  Parkland area to attend our  homecoming.  To pre-register, send names,  address and phone number,  along with type of accommodation required, estimated date of  arrival and the period of  residency iri the Nanton area;  ,j   ,;tMyrna E. ,-vIcRae  ,:.��,.' Secretjiry-treasurer  NantonlHomecoiriirig'83  P.O. Box 711  Nanton, Alberta TOL 1R0  All you ever wanted to know  about TV reception by Satellite! As a result of local interest  the Suncpast Television Society  has invited' Mr.; Stan Dzuba,  Broadcasting Engineer from  tjie Federal Department of  Commuhicatioris to answer  your questions and bring us up  to date with the technology,  gpyerntnent regulations and  the current state of the art of  satellite transmission and  reception.  The meeting will be held  February 28 at the Capilano  College Campus at 7:30 p.m.  Everyone is welcome.  March 5 & 6  For more information  call 885-3512  Watch for Schedule  of Events...  Coming Soon...  r  Professional Installation & Service  to your Heating & Electrical Equipment  ��� Oil Burner      ���General Sheet Metal  ��� Installation of Heat jPumps,;  Air Conditions,    Wood-Oil, Vyood-Electric,  Wood, Electrical and. Oil Furnaces  .   ���    Electrical Service & Installation  ��� Guaranteed Craftsmanship  T h oma s H eat i hg & E If ct ri c ud  Call Novv     ���  886^  18 ���years combined experience  Serving.the Sunshine Coast since 1967    :  I  Oven Fresh  Bakery  Oven-Fresh   '���  trench bread  Martha Laine  397 gm  .79  bread .450 gm J  60% Whole Wheat & White  Grocery  Value  .69  Oven-Fresh  butter  tarts  Oven-Fresh  cinnamon  nut loaf  Pack of 6  454 gm  1.99  1.79  WE RESERVE THE RIGHT  TO LIMIT QUANTITIES  Family Style  ice cream  -All Flavours 4 litre pail  3.99  Aylmer  SOlip 284 mi 3/1 .00  tomato or Vegetable,  9-Lives  Skippy  peanut  butter  Maxwell House  coffee   3  3 varieties.  .Purina  500 ml jar  369 gm bag.  1.99  2.79  cat food  184 gm  3/.98 I cat choA/y  4 kg; bag  5.49  J  y  =^l��^^.-:*:^^~^:^^^ ,t.ii:,\.vV misti!ieifw<m&mww'SW!,'Tiwr*>*r<r'*'>  f, '���'-  4.  Coast News, February 21,1983  fi  (; \  Sicfi^lf Scenario;  Volunteers meet  by Peggy Connor, 885-9347  VOLUNTEERS BAG ~~  LUNCH:  The St. Mary's Hospital aux-  iliaries annual volunteer  meeting will be held on  Wednesday, February 23, starting at 11 a.m. at the Roberts  Creek Community Hall.  Mary Macdonald, volunteer  director has a good programmed lined up with information  about each of the volunteer services provided in the hospital  and outside.  This is a good meeting for all  members to attend, but also excellent for those wishing to  learn more about what is required of a volunteer with the  idea of joining. All auxiliary  members are included.  Each one is asked to bring  their own brown bag lunch, tea  and coffee will be supplied.  RBP  Bookstore  Lower  Gibsons'  886-7744  MONTHLY ARTS  MEETING:       .':..'���  Tuesday, February 22 is the  monthly directors meeting starting at 7:30 p.m. at the Sunshine Coast Arts Centre. All  members are invited to attend.  This is an opportunity to hear  first hand news of what is going  on in the arts.  WORLD DAY  OF PRAYER:  The World Day of Prayer  will be held on Friday, March 4  locally at St. Hilda's church in  . Sechelt starting at 1 p.m.  All church grpups are invited  to take part in this ecumenical  service.  TIMBER DAYS  MEETING:  The Sechelt Timber Days  Committee will meet on Tuesday, February 22 at the Sechelt  village offices. Suggestions  taken back tb various organizations will be under discussion as  to feasibility. There will be further data on the theme.  The positive response that  came with the last meeting is a  most welcome start.  OPENING NIGHT:  Beginnings and endings is the  theme for the invitational local  artists' show which will be held  February 23 to March 13 at the  Sunshine Coast Arts Centre.  Opening night will be Thursday, February 24, 8 to 10 p.m.  Here's an opportunity to see  how different artists approach  and finish their work in various  media. Should be a very interesting evening.  INTERMEDIATE CARE  AUXILIARY:  The Sechelt Intermediate  Care Auxiliary will hold its  March meeting Wednesday,  March 23, starting at 1:30 p.m.  at St. Hilda's Church Hall.  I All members and new  members - are vinost welcome,,,  ^particularly those wishing to  help with the forthcoming auc-  tion to.be heldon May 1,1983.  Donations for this auction will  , be most welcome. Quality  items, artwork, antiques,  hobby-craft, etc., are wanted.  Proceeds will all go to the new  Intermediate Care Facilityhow  in process of being built behing  the Green Court residences.  ,*����^ * *j" -i> .%.. .^ t .^ ..... .^ ���������������>���>������ ���.��.�� ���������������**������������ ������VAVttiV/.iV/.V.V/iW.V. ^-".�� ��� ���������������� <�� ��� �� ��� ��� *. ��� ��� . * ��� ��� ��� ��� * * . �������� ��� ��� �� ��� .JJ  PEST CONTROL & HEALTH SERVICES LTD.  For Control of Carpenter Ants, Rodents and Other Pests  OUR SPECIALTY: Pre-Treatment of Houses Under Contruction ��  For Confidential  Advice and  Estimate Call  883-2531  Pender Harbour  LOCALLY OPERATED       GOV'T INSPECTED  llsi r r.u 111 km i-1 tJii t q,ii i_ rjj-ii m ' s- T. .*��� -jjj . ft 1Y|-.y.*7.v.--'A---.v-Y1vr  awmmmmlSSmmnmwmmmammWBmmmmVmTmmmmmmam^^  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  NOTICE OF INTENT  Schedule "B" of Sunshine Coast Regional District By-law  233 provides for the impdsition of a charge against  owners of land or realproperty for'the costs of providing  a Sewage Package Plant within the designated areas  mentioned in SCRD Package Plants Service Unit By-law  232(A), 1983.  For each Single Detached Family Residence the charge  shall be $7.50 per month ($90.00 Annually) with a 5 per  "cent discount If paid within 30 days of the billing.  The above are a synopsis of the By-laws, copies of Bylaws 232(A) and 233 may be inspected at the Regional  District Offices, Monday-Wednesday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.  Thursdays and Fridays 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.  This handmade quilt of Gambier Island was a gift to Mrs. Cathy  Moren of Gibsons from her mother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Moren  lived on Gambier for some time. -job. Bnmside photo  Halfmoon Bay auxiliary  i-_v>*i��*��.ve5* *��  NOTICE TO NURSES  tt\  'Nursing Children With  Respiratory Disease:  Meeting the Challenge"  St. Mary's Hospital Board Room  February. 28       1000-1500 Hours  Participants:  Registered Nurses, Graduate Nurses,  Licenced Practical Nurses, Nurses Aides  $5.00 Fee for Non-Hospital Staff  (includes handouts & coffee)  Bring your own lunch.  Preregister by phone 0900-1500 hours 885r2224  .        For more information call .  Darlane Snell 885-2224 Loc. 46  There were 21 members present at the monthly meeting of  the auxiliary on February 6. It  was a very busy meeting with  many items for discussion on  the agenda. President Alison  Steele together with volunteer  chairman Mary McDonald  gave a very informative explanation of the new status of  auxiliaries and answered many,  question. The members were  fully in favour of this new arrangement since the outcome is  that the hospital funds will  benefit from such changes.  It was pointed out that the  status of the individual auxiliaries will remain unchanged���-the only difference is that;  wefaret'now called the Half-;  moAhiRax JBranch.of .St J  Mary's Hospital Aj^xiliary.A  Our own group and. fundf$  raising activities will continue/  as before. Our president is to be  commended for her clear and  succinct explanation of this  amtter. She, together with Bertie Hull, vice-president, are the  two very capable representatives on the executive committee.  Members of all' auxiliaries  and perspective1 new members  are cordially invited to attend a  get-together luncheon���bring  your own bag lunch���at  Roberts . Creek Hall on  Wednesday, February 23 at 11  a.m. This promises to be a most  informative and pleasant affair  and there will be several  speakers who will discuss many  of the aspects of the auxiliaries  and the various hospital  departments. Why not  organize a car pool and attend'  this important meeting.  Future fund-raising activities were discussed and it  was decided that the Halfmoon  Bay Auxiliary would not have  their annual tea garden at this  year's Timber Days. This decision was made with some  regret, but it was agreed that  the situation has become quite  difficult as there are so many  other food outlets for this affair.. However, there are plans  for a Spring Tea at the  Welcome Beach Hall on April  9, a Flea Market in August and  a Fall Bazaar in October.  A reminder too of the Blood  Donor Clinic at the Sechelt  Legion on Tuesday, February  15.  A very special member���  Joyce Williams���is once again  due a vote of thanks for yet  another contribution to the  hospital auxiliary��� Thanks  Joyce! The next meeting will be  on Monday, March 7 at 10a.m.  and everyone who would care  to become a part of this very active group would be made most  welcome. .,,  IP? Jri your time of need...   ^  IVe CaTe. Some time each of us must suffer  the pain of loss ... must hear the tolling bell that marks the  passing of a loved one. At such a time depend on those who  understand... depend on our years of experience.  1665 Seaview  Gibsons  D. A. Devlin  Director  BM_$r  9(1'  i  \*f.\  T  TIME  TO RENEW YOUR  ALL REMNANTS TO BE CLEARED  AT  ���The Senior Citizen Automobile Insurance Grant  ���The Best Coverage for your Riemtum Dollar   ;  ^'Keniiurii1'Financing ^  ���Special Coverageisj ;  "Finding New Ways to Serve Our Clients Better'  / ana1'""'  W&KHSM  Coast News, February 21,1983  igA Centre for Well Being" is opening in Lord Jim's Lodge, offering holistic health programmes over  five days or weekends, based on yoga, fitness, diet, stress control, awareness and relaxation. Coordinators are Evans Hermon and MaybethHoagland, both RNs.  Pender People 'n Places  ���Jane McOuat photo  Dry cleaner in Harbour now  by Jane McOuat, 883-9342  uJWe actually have a dry cleaningservice in the Harbour now.  For a long time I thought we  . should have one (and what  about a bakery and craft  shop���combined?) because I  never remember or it's not  business hours when I go  through Sechelt. Hence, I tend  not to wear certain things and  eventually forget about them.  Anyway, it's about time that  the Harbour benefited from its  own cleaning business. If you  leave your clothes at Ken Mar  Draperies on a Saturday they  will be back in most cases by the  next Saturday morning. They  are closed Mondays so Saturday at 4:30 p.m. is the deadline.  The clothes are cleaned by  Northwest Cleaners of North  Vancouver, a business with 30  years experience. It would be  fine to patronize a Coast  business���but as long as we  .**������:  : T>r_"_iT. Slnclalr.885-932  take our cleaning down to  Sechelt or. Gibsons, they won't  come to us���they don't have  to. For more information call  Mary at 883-2274.  Here's a wild one! There will  be a course on Self Defense for  Women held at the Pender  Harbour Aquatic Centre in  March. The course will be  taught by an RCMP member  and will run for five to seven  sessions of two hours. To  register and confirm dates or  just inquire, call the pool,  883-2612.  Denise and Jeff Maclntyre  are pleased because they've  managed to give away all their  beautiful puppies. The problem is that they wanted to keep  one and some folks took it too!  Maybe it was a mistake. They  hope so. If for any reason you  know someone other than Joe  and Louise with a new (all black  with white mouth and paws)  pup or see one; give the worried  parents a call, 883-9317, after 6  p.m. They really want it back.  Goes 4^shpws^PH jhatuCoa>st >  News classifieds work 110 per  cent.,  Pe��aer Harbour Seals Swiin^  Club put in an incredible per���  formance at last weekend's  swim meet. Eighteen other  clubs and 500 other kids didn't  daunt them one bit. More next  week.  & Sufrfcla  883-2269  Open Dally  7 _.��.  FORABEAL1KEAT  I am a 9 week old  Shepherd-Husky cross.  I am Black with White and Tan markings on my neck,  front and back paws and forehead.  Please return me!!  I was the owner's pet taken by accident.  Call 883-9238 or 883-9402  I have a report from the  Pender Harbour Chamber of  Commerce February 7  meeting. Ray Phillips and  Russell Cameron gave short  and precise presentations with  regards to the Pearse Report.  They requested the assistance  of the chamber in bringin about  a one year moratorium on this  plan. This seemed reasonable  to the chamber as the Pearse  Report took two years and considerable money to ^prepare  while the various affected  groups were given three months  to come up with alternatives.  The B.C. Ferry Corporation  stated by letter that an 885 exchange number would be a  financial burden in these hard  times. The chamber had  pointed out that one charge to  the ferries covers a great deal of  little charges to the Harbour.  Much.discussion centred  around the proposed July 1  weekend "Happy Days" project of the community council.  The chamber selected a working committee and feels the  project could be beneficial and  fun for the community-.  ^Meetings are the first Monday  ^of each month in the Legion  hall. Everyone welcome.  My favourite sanitary  engineer, Keith Crotea, (alias  the garbage man) and Kelly  have been blessed with a lovely  no garbage gift. A baby girl.  I'm sure Keith won't be leaving  cigars in every garbage  can,���but I know they're both  beaming;  I guess the beaming and happy hearts reminds me that I loved, walking into Centre Hardware on St.. Valentine's Day.  Joan had a big frilly heart saying "Your Heartware Store".  A special raffle was held at  Bingo February 10 and $96 was  raised for the Variety Club  Telethon. Prizes were a side of  Bill Cameron's smoked  salmon, won by Don Penson;a  bottle of cheer and a serviette  holder donated by Marie  Langham and won by Ivy Potts  and Pauline Babcock; three  cakes made by Marie Reid,  Nancy Brown and Cindy  Cameron, won by Butch Reid,  Marg McCann and Helen  Cameron. (Are Nancy Brown  and Marg McCann related  too?) A box of chocolates was  won by Shelley Brown and  plants donated by Cory Penson  were won by Pete Dubois and,  Stan Silvey.  More about this next  week���but bear in mind that  the Community Club Spring  Bazaar (a big event in my  books!) will be held May 7.  Help is needed with sewing and  knitting items. Please���if you  caii help���contact Muriel  Cameron at 883-2609.  Materials are provided, but  they need help.  "THE STARS OF '83"  JANET  JUDY  SANDY'  JENNIFER  MONDAY TO SATURDAY  FRIDAY'S TILL 9 p.m.  S UNISEX  ��� ���__������* SUNNYCREST MALL, GIBSONS  HAIR     WALK-INS ALWAYS WELCOME 886-7616  by Jon Van Arsdell  Though the Egmont Valentine Dancedid not make a lot of  money for our tennis court  fence it was a total success in all  other aspects.  ���-. Number one, we didn't lose  money and in these troubled  times that could be a distinct  ; possibility. Secondly, the band  gave us a really nice show complete with lights and good dancing music. Lastly there wasn't  one unfortunate incident to  ���mar the delightful evening including the visit of one very  courteous RCMP officer who  showed up at closing time.  Special thanks to Brian Cam-  po, Cookie, Dolly, Leonard  Silvey, Tim, Denny, Lise and  the clean-up committee.  The annual general meeting  of the Egmont Community  Club for election of officers  was held last Wednesday evening. Discussion of getting a  fence around the tennis court  was the most important topic  of the meeting. New officers  for the year of the boar are Billy  Griffith, president; Jon Van,  vice-president; and Betty  Silvey, secretary-treasurer.  Other members of the executive  include Leonard Silvey, Ron  Fearn, Karlene Walker and  Jack Williams.  One final note on Joe's Egmont marina. His 12 inch by 44  inch sundeck is the talk of the  town. Joe figures he will build a  railing out of 3A inch by lA inch  molding and we can take turns  standing on it to get the view. It  even made CKNW's morning  show this week.  Specialists at H&R Block are specially trained  to provide you an accurate and complete  and to check for all deductions, credits  and exemptions so you pay the lowest  legitimate tax. Our work is  GUARANTEED  and if your return is questioned we will  represent you to the tax department at  no extra cost.  IT PAYS TO BE  PREPARED  so see us soon.  This year, have your tax return done by  H&R BLOCK  THE INCOME TAX SPECIALISTS  Medical Dental Bldg.  Hwy. 101, Gibsons  OPEN MONt-SAT., 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.    Phone 886-7706  Call for after-hour appointments.  f H  IS  PUCES EFFECTIVE: WED, FEB. 23 - SAT., FEB. 26  IER  %*:*. .>;,<..:-A  .3 lbs. 2.29  ..Mb. reg. .55  1% lbs. 4.99  Imperial  MARGARINE   I.G.A.  MARGARINE..    Burns  ham.-:    HunVs ���  CRUSHED TOMATOES.   14oz  .79  Quaker's  CORN BRAN .;������,.-  CEREAL. 350 g 1.09  Hereford  CORNED BEEF... 1202. 1.99  Planter's ,__%  PEANUT OIL    11 4.49  Catelli ���  PASTA ...........  .500 g .79  Macaroni, Spaghetti or Vermicelli  Sun-Rype  CHERRY PIE  FILLING. /....^^.W 1.59  Sun-Rype - White Label  APPLE JUICE  .....  Sun-Rype  APPLE CIDER. ....  Rose  PICKLES... ...  Cashmere  TOILET TISSUE    .  Scotties  FACIAL TISSUES .  Ken-L-Ration  TENDER CHUNKS..  Tuffy's  DOG FOOD..  .8kg 7.99  ii89  ...48oz. .99  1.69  4s1.39  ...ioo's .55  4kg 4.99  B.C. Grown, Gov't. Inspected, Fresh  WHOLE FRYING  CHICKEN Utility... (lb. $1.09) kg 2.40  Canada Grade A Tablerite Beef  BONELESS BLADE  ROAST .;...... . (lb. $2.29) kg 5.05  Boneless  CROSS RIB  ROAST ........ (lb. $2.59) kg 5-71  Tablerite Pure Previously Frozen  PORK, BREAKFAST or  BEEF SAUSAGE (ib. si.69) kg 3.73  Regular, Skinless  WIENERS.......   .454gmpkt. 1.Z9  ' ���:��� ,<'���'   <   ������ ~  -'.  < "���   <.    ; i, , ,. '   ?<������ *  .. tl  Chiquita  BANANAS (3 lb. $1.00) kg .73  California - New White o  POTATOES (3 lb. $1.00) kg .73  California  GREEN  CABBAGE  (4 lb. $1.00) kg  PIZZA POPS  ,500 g 2.69  Rupert  FISHBURGER  SLICES 8si4oz. 2.39  Totino  PIZZAS 250 g 2,39  "$." f<?"' <  Jv    $      f  mW.     -**9a^at9MmmmmvWMaw.\.���" ' BjBW', - ���'���jgMtmmtmaL-.mMmmamaaXMawrMm Mam Jr-M-TV '*   ���*   - mmm*m*Wm9<   *��� ^mmmWIaaW **    v        wrnL^aW ^aT^MmMmmWmmmam  i$rmq$r!%*^^  PENDER  HARBOUR  POOL  SCHEDULE ��� ..      ,  Many lessons & specialized sessions are offered. Please phone 883-2612, for more Information.  Early Bird Swim  Public Swim  Public Swim  Public Swim  Public Swim  M.W.F. 8:00 - 9:00 a.m. Public Swim      Sat: & Sun. 6:30 - 8:30 p.m.  MTW.T.F. 12:00-1:00 p.m. Family Swim Sun. 2:00 - 4:00 p.m.  Sat. 2:00-4:00 p.m. Adults Only M.T.W.T. 8:00-9:30 p.m.  M.T.W.T.F. 6:30-8:00 p.m. Adults 'n Tsens        Friday 8:00-9:30 p.m.  Sat. 200 - 4:00 p.m. Ladl���� Swim T. & T. V.00 - 2:00 p.m.  Madeira Park ���  We ttosftra the RlflfrtTo  Limit Quanlitlas  HARBOUR CENTRE  883-9100  r Coast News, February 21,1983  H^Hrnobn^Bay H^piieniri^is  ���<'.��� '\  \: !  P.'-  *���/   ��� .  IX'  IJ  fi  K ������>  Master chef Joe Brooks, alias Mr. Brooks, Chatelech learning  assistance teacher, shows that when it conies to cooking and magic,  {he hand is quicker than the eye. Mr. Brooks magically prepared  pancakes for the visitors to Chatelech's first annual Mardi Gras last  ^Tuesday. The Mardi Gras grossed nearly $1,000 to be used for student activities including field trips. __��, Marcnant photo  1 ____i____l_i_B_��_B__B_M_M____B____i_l____i_^   ,  The Pebbles Dining Room will  be CLOSED  FOR  RENOVATIONS  Feb. 21-27 inclusive  For Room Reservations  please phone 885-5811  on The Beach, Sechelt  ���II  GIBSONS DENTURE CLINIC  WILL BE  CLOSED  WEDNESDAY, FEB. 23  phone 886-2712 for further  details  11  ��� -.'- ��� -. -f^ Xr&^  ���'-'--- SMBiiM,  :.������ j - ���>���-��� V!vf;U7&&����i  HDP Books to re  Gibsons Landing        886-7744  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  BOX LUNCH  AUCTION:  A dozen ladies met at  Welcome Beach Hall to make  plans for Welcome Beach  Community functions for the  next few months. The first of  these will be the Hard Times  Dance to be held Saturday^  March 5 starting at 8 p.hii^V;  The price of admission is $3;  Nicki Weber will be providing  her great music and it should be  a fun night for aU. Space Is of  course limited,.s6 you7 can  make your reservations: and  pick up tickets by callingMarg  Foster at 885-9901 or myself at  885-2418. ;   .\-xrjy,yyX  The big April event "will be  the Annual Plant and Bake Sale  at the hall on Saturday, April 2.  If you already started.to do  some gardening you could be;  starting to collect all your cuttings, etc. in preparation for  this sale. i t;  May 14 is the date set for};  another "Little Reno NightV^  and on June 18 there will be a'  giant Flea Market at the hall.  So therevare busy times ahead;  for all the members of the?  Welcome Beach Community!  Association. >; ^  YOUR OLD EYE GLASSES:  Ever    wondered    what  becomes of the used glasses  which are turned into yoiur ���  local drug store? I did, until a7  recent most interesting convert  sation with Spencer Clark of ?  Square Bay who is a retired op^ \  tometrist. ? :ii  He and his wife Tiny have;'  recently returned from a twb-1  week work session r$$i  Nicaragua where they were part i.  of a volunteer medical teami*  During the two weeks they r  tended the eye needs of almost���?  12^000 pebple of all ages���orif  average they saw around 1,200;  patients per day. ^  The used glasses are fori?  warded to Toronto where they i  are catalogued accordingXt6.X  prescription. They are th^rif  shipped but to these needy|  countries where they aref  distributed accordingly.   . ;    f  These good professional!  medical jpeop^e, give; of:thJeu-|  own time and jpay their 6wh|  ":* vrkyio help^heirfellow hurtiaif I  tr beings in- far away<)places^jaf  .-���- most commendaWe thingsjSi^f  deed, and itis> underthei'supeW;  vision of the Medical Group-  Mission of the Christian  Medical Society.  If you do have any used  glasses around your house it  would be appreciated if lypju '"  would drop them off at the ;  "If you love  this planet"  Dr. Helen Caldicott of  Physicians for Social Responsibility, makes an impassioned  plea for disarmament based on  a compelling array of facts  about the devastating consequences of a nuclear holocaust:  This National Film Board film  will be shown at two locations  on Wednesday, February 23;  Roberts Creek Elementary .  Library at 7:30 p.m. (free), and  the Arts Centre, Sechelt following the scheduled showing of  'Best Boy'.  ������1%  i  Halfmoon Bay Store where  they will be picked up by  Spencer and forwarded to  Toronto. Thanks a lot!  A NIGHT AT THE  ARTS CENTRE:  It was a most enjoyable evening of entertainment last Saturday at the Sechelt Arts Centre  when Le Quartette from North  Vancouver presented a programme of songs to suit all  tastes. These four young people  are really going places after  several years of hard  work���they are now a most  polished and professional  group. Over the years they have  been coached.by Nicki Weber  and expressed their appreciation to her at the show's end.  Nicki' is producing yet  another show which should be  an afternoon of real joy. This  will be an all,children's show  with young people from the  areas between Halfmoon Bay  and Gibsons participating.  There will be lots of singing arid  dancing, and the Dixieland  Band from Elphinstone school  will also be giving some lively,  selections. This show will be at  the Twilight Theatre on the  Sunday afternoon of February  27 from 2 till 4 p.m. Would be  nice to see a full house out there  to give moral support to these  great young; folks.  Another great show of local  interest will be the production  of "Barefoot in the Park", as  Ronnie Dunn of Redrooffs will  be appearing in this. Show  dates are February 25 and 26 at  Madeira Park Community  Hall and March 4 and 5 at the  Sechelt Elementary school.  _^ COMMERCIAL - RESIDENTIAL -  THE MODEftN APPROACH TO YOUR HOME OR BUSINESS 1  gServing the Lower Mainland! for over 20 years  883-2610]  MaaaaaWMmmTBMUatBmw  fO  lffA9R1  09%  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  1836 LONSDALE ST. 154 WEST HASTINGS  I NORTH VANCOUVER VANCOUVER  j 088-0121      684-1874  BEACHCOMBERS  CASTING CALL  GBG   Beachcombers   will   be   holding   a  general casting call for extras and  roles between the hour* of 9:00 a.m.  and 4s00 p.m. on the 2nd or 3rd of  March,   \n   plir   offices   behind   Molly's  ; Reach." "'  If you are Interested In being an extra  or having a speaking role we will  take your picture and have you fill  out a form. Your own resumes or pictures will also be accepted.  Callbacks for auditions will take place the  following week. For more Information  call 666-7611.  A Credit Union RRSP is right on the money in so many ways!  Deadline for contributions: March 1st.  Current Interest Rate - B3A%  The demand deposit features include:  no fees or service charges  no lock in  daily interest from date of deposit  competitive rates  Sunshine Coast Credit Union  MEAD OFFICE   BOX 375, COWRIE STREET;  M        > SECHELT, B.C. VON 3A0  ^'"SV���'���/���' 'vr^rv TELEl��HOW^M��5.3255-       !  Hi  _���  GIBSONS BRANCH ��� CEDAR PLAZA, BOX 715  GIBSONS, B.C. -m  'Xrr :iy: ..      TELEPHONE 886-8121  -Sponsored as a public service by  the Sunshine Coast News  & John R. Goodwin, (XA.    v  Hote: Early announcements will be run once, then  must be resubmitted to run again, no more than one  month prior to the event.  Aelbers Real Estate  Survival Carnival... March 5 & 6, Elphinstone High School, 10 a.m.-10  p.m. Panel Discussions, Entertainment, Pot Luck Supper, Giant Swap  Meet. FREE ADMISSION.  Monday  Monday - O.A.P.O. #38 Regular Meeting: First Monday of each month, 2  pm 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 ft District Wildlife Society. Regular monthly meetings  will now be held on the 4th Monday of each month. Next scheduled  meeting will be Monday, 24th January, 1983, at Ponder 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., Lower Gibsons. Girls 9-12 welcome.;  Senior Men's Volleyball commencing Monday the 13th of September,  Ejphinstone Gym 8 pm. ��� ,   ;/  Roberts Creek Hospital Auxiliary: Second Monday of each month,  .(11:00 am Roberts Creek Legion.   . r      ;" ���  'Sunshine Pottery Guild Meetings: 2nd Monday of every month 7:30 pm  at the Craft Studio, corner of North Road and Hwy. 101.886-9095.  tilbsom htdo Club St. Nov. 8, Every Mon. _ Thurs. at 8:30 pm Cedar Grove  School Gym. Adults & children from age 9.886-7759. "   ;  The Sunshine Coast pressing Society meets every fourth Monday  to inake non-cancer dressings for the Coast Garibaldi Health Unit.  10:00 a.m. -'fcW p.m. Volunteers^men ^  Priced Properties  Are Now Selling  Ott The Sunshine  Coast*  Phone  885-2456.  John R. Goodwin  Tuesday  Sunshine Coast Arts Council regular meeting 4th Tuesday of every  month at 7:30 pm at the Arts Centre Ini Sechelt.  ?.  : Duplicate Bridge every Tuesday starting Oct. 5th at 7:25 pm at the Golf  Club. Information 886-9785 or 886-2098.  I Sunshine Coast Navy Lesgue of Canada Cadets and Wrenettes, ages  10 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  ���call 886-9059 or886-9041. v  -The regular meeting of Women's Aglow Fellowship is held In Harmony  Hall, on Harmony Lane, Gibsons, at 11:30 a.m. every 3rd Tuesday.  Lunch served. Come February 15. Speaker Fran Lance, Seattle,  i Washington. For further Information phone 886-9774 or 888-9576.  Gibsons Badminton Club Wednesdays, 8-10 pm Elphinstone Gym.  Sept: 22 to'Aprll, 1983.886-2467.  Port Mellon Hospital Auxiliary second Wednesday of every month 1:30  pm.866-7937. -  -Thursday  Roberta Crook Legion Bingo every Thursday, Early Bird, Bonanza, also  Moat Draws. Doors open at 6 pm. Everyone welcome.  The Bargain Bam of the Pender Harbour Health Clinic Auxiliary Is open  on Thursday afternoons from 1:00 until 3:30.���'--  AMnon Moating every Thursday In Gibsons at 8 pm. For Information  call 886-9569 or 886-9037.  OJiP.O. #S8 Public Bingo every Thursday 7:45 pm sharp at Harmony  Hall, Gibsons.' ���  Ti.j Kinsmen 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 ��� '. / \  Genera! Meeting ��� Gibsons & District Chamber of Commerce, Marine  Room, 8 o'clock oh last Thursday of every month.  Friday  Wednesday  - Sechelt Garden Ciub 7:30 pm St. Hilda's Hall, first Wednesday of each  mbrith, except Jan., July & August.  ;  Kiwanis Care Centre Auxllfary ��� Gibsons meets every 3rd Wednesday  each'month 8 pm at the Care Centre.  C Senior Citizens Branch 69 Sechelt dancing Wednesday afternoons 1:30  prri. Refreshments, fun times.  Timber Trails Riding Club 1st'Wednesday of the month 7:30 pm Davis  "Bay Elementary School..  ��� OJlP.O. #38 Carpet Bowling - every Wednesday 1 pm at Harmony Hall,  Gibsons, beginning October 6.  Gibsons Tops Meeting every Wednesday at 6:45 pm Alternate School  Room at Resource Centre. Phone 886-9765.  Sunshine Lapidary - Craft Club meets 1st Wednesday every month at  7:30 pm. For Information 886-2873 or 888-9204.  Pender Harbour Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital .meets second'.  Wednesday of every month 1:30 at St. Andrew's Church Hall, Highway  ;101. New members welcome.  Ladles Basketball ��� Fridays Elphinstone Gym 7-9 pm.  O.A.P.O. #38 Fun Night every Friday at 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 8S6-8050.  Sechelt Totem Club Bingo every Friday. Place; Wilson Creek Community Hall. Times: Dbors 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  basemenL   ���;. :, ��� ��� ���-" i'  Wilson Creek Community Reading Centre noori to 4 pm.S85-2709.  7  Coffee Party/Story Houn First Friday of each month at the Wilson .  Creek Hall 10:30 am. 885-2752.  Bridge at Wilson Creek Hall: 1st 8. 3rd Friday of each month 1:00 pm.  885-3510.  Bridge at Wilson Croak Hall: 2nd & 4th Friday of each month 1:00 pm.  885-3510.  Story HourfCoffee Party 1st Friday of each month, 10:30 at the Wilson  Creek Hall!  -������ :���:��� Saturday��� f|  Full Gospel Business Men's Fellowship: Breakfast meetings every first  Saturday of the month 8 am. Ladies also welcome. Phone 888-9774,  885-8026. Praise the Lord.  Wilson Creek Community Reading Centra 1 to 4 pm. 885-2709.  The Bargain Barn of the Pender Harbour Health Clinic Auxiliary is open  on Saturday afternoons from 1-3:30 pm. Suncoast  ers presentation  Coast News, February 21,1983  Thibodeau and Les Flowler are featured in "Barefoot in the  'Park" this week in Madeira Park. -j����mcOui photo  Roberts Creek  Association faltering  .^ia,*##i.v-iitv*vrwWLii. &%<****  ; t by Jeanie Norton, 886-9609  ^The Roberts Creek Community Assod^ may have  : to fold. There weren't enough;  people' at last Wednesday's  meeting to form a quoroum  and most of the old stalwarts on  the executive do not intend to  stand for re-election .^next"  month. If more people do not  show an interest in carrying on,  the Society might as well shut  down.  It would be a shame because  the Association provides a  forum for the community to  discuss issues of concern and it  is generally recognized as the  voice for Roberts Creek. And  there are a couple of topics  coming up that are bound to  raise people's ire: the propane  tanksi arid the Sjidement Plan.  ; ^ere's'always a go6<3��rowd[  vfhen isuch issues are:.^atbthe  forefront^and?imaybe it'svtoo  muchto expect people to come  out to the monthly meetings  when there's seemingly nothing  of importance to discuss. But  there must be continuity in  order for the Association to  function in times of need and a  few items of interest usually  arise at every meeting.  ��� Brett McGillivray is carrying  on Harry Almond's policy of  coming to meetings to report  on what's happening at the  Regional Board. He's been corresponding ;with the Lands  Branch about the propane  tanks and is presently trying to  arrange a meeting to negotiate  .a solution. The tidbits he usually has to impart keep people in  touch with what's going on and  are enough in themselves to  make the meetings worthwhile.  I The Library isythriving. It's  now an official'reading centre  and will receive a $1600 grant  every year to purchase new  books., Spaced or lack of it,  may become a problem.  The new joint facility has not  had a grand opening yet  because it's not finished. The  Ways and Means Committee is  working to get the Community  Use rooms finished off with  volunteer labour and perhaps a  grant. The venilation system  has finally been installed and  the dry walling will-start once  the bathrooms and the elec-  triacal wiring are done.  Then, of course, there's the  old Community Hall, a  ���valuable asset to the community but also a big responsibility.  Sue Shepherd and Margaret  Arbuckle are doing a super job  of dealing with all the  headaches and deserve a big  thanks.  'The Community Association  is important but a lot of people  don't know: much about it, or  worse; doh*t:care. The annual  ��m|��I)gO* mTcrT 16^ and  members will be phoned arid;"  asked first, to attend and se~X.  condf to stand for office. None  of the positions are too onerous  but it's time some other people  got involved, particularly the  people who complain about the  way things are done.  CHILD ABUSE MEETING  This Wednesday, February  23, is the Roberts Creek  . Parents Auxiliary' meeting.  Harvey Bist will be speaking on  child abuse. The meeting starts  at 7:30,  RUMMAGE AND STAMPS  St. Aidan's Church will be  holding a garage sale on April 9  and they'd appreciate it if���  you'd start saving items now.  There'll be more information  later about who to contact.  Miss Hafrold would like peo- ���  pie to know that she still saves  stamps for the leprosy mission.  All kinds of stamps are good  but they must have a quarter  inch of paper around them, so  please don't cut them up close  to the perforations.  by Solveigh Harrison       '  Do you want the secret for a,  happy marriage? ^  "It's very simple. You've got  to give up a little of you for  him. Don't make everything a  game...but take care of him.  And make him feel important.  And if you can do that, you'll  have a happy and wonderful.  marriage���like two out of  every 10 couples."  This is Mother's advice to  her newlywed daughter, Corie,  in Suncoast Players' new comedy , Barefoot in the Park opening Friday, February 25 and  Saturday, February 26 in  Madeira Park. The following  Friday and Saturday Secheit  audiences get a chance to enjoy  this Neil Simon classic.  "Mundane daily existence,  quarrels, spats, misunderstandings���this is the raw  ^material Simon uses to show  ���'-modern   man   suspended  ^somewhere between tragedy  'and comedy���a 'helluva' fun-"  jny place to be!'\ according to  ^director Joe Harrison.  :&. "More than that, Simon lets-  ���us glimpse eternal truths that  peek through the interpersonal  f>frictions that we experience  ;. every day."  The newlyweds are played by  Pat Thibodeau of Egmont and  Ron Cole of Middlepoint.  Pender Harbour's very own  Les Fowler plays Victor  Velasco who teams up with  Ronnie Dunn, known to Peninsula audiences for her comedy  ' routines in Nicki Weber's Half-  Wildlife  Society  The next monthly meeting of  the Pender Harbour and  District Wildlife Society will be  held on Monday, February 28,  1983 at 7:30 p.m. in the  Madeira Park Elementary  School. v -        *-��� X'K  Dr. C. D. Levings, Research  Scientist, will give a talk and  show slides on "Research on  Juvenile Salmon in British Columbia Coastal Habitats".  moon Bay troupe. Ronnie has  come a long, long way from  Halfmoon Bay to play the part"  of Mother while Harry Pepper,'  the telephone man, is Paul  Jenkins of Garden Bay.  Suncoast Players, in its third  season, brings you its sixth major production. Producer Gordon Wilsonis anxious to seethe  Players present Peninsula-wide  community theatre. This attempt to design a three-act play  which is portable is a promising  sigh for community theatre on  the Coast. Along with a series  of innovative studio nights,  Gordon Wilson is trying to  change the focus of Suncoast  Players from one-shot extravaganzas to more local and  original work. Loggerheads,  by former Coast resident John  Kelly, has been cast and will be  in rehearsal shortly along with  The Candy Case by Gibsonite  Allan Karmazan. These two  one-act plays; will be produced  on the Coast in early April, and  from there will go to participate  in the North Shore Drama  Festival.  e & * �����������'.'#��� �� '�����.'. #'���: # # # # p # e m & 0 m  mi  %  %  %  #   ^ *B �� 0 # #  AI3ARE7  NOW UNDER  NEW MANAGEMENT  FOR YOUR ENTERTAINMENT  ALWAYS SOMETHING  HAPPENING AT  THE PUB!  KARMAZYN1AN  If Wedding Plans are in your future, we invite you to attend our  Wedding Show  MARCHfr* 2 p.m.  at tlie Omega Restaurant, Lower Gibsons  ''Meet the people on the Coast who can  help you with your wedding plans..."  Mon, Tues, Wed  JAM SESSION  Sat. afternoon  come and play or  listen  Saturday Afternoon - Regular Feature  BARON O'BEEF - $3.75  Starts at Noon, until its gone!  Cedar Plaza, Gibsons 886-8171  Village Greenhouse  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre,  Gibsons   886-3321  Richard's  './'-������ Men's Wear  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre,  Gibsons   886-2116     /  ���Jeannie's /  Gifts & Gents  Sunnycrest shopping Centre,  Gibsons   886-2023  FREE ADMISSION;  Tri-Phot��  Teredo Square, Sechelt   885-2882  Goddard's Fashion  Centre  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre,  Gibsons, 886-9543  Trail Bay Centre  Sechelt, 885-9818  Super-Valu Bakery  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre,  Gibsons   886-2424  Omega Restaurant  1538 Gower Pt. Rd.,  Gibsons   886-2268  Gibsons Travel  Agency  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre,  Gibsons   886-9255  Chantilly Bridal  -Boutique  1829 Lonsdale Ave.,  North Vancouver   986-2621  Please register in advance with any of the above merchants.  For more information phone 886-3371 or 886-2023.  Y Coast News, February 21,1983  Chiqiiif a  BANANAS  California  CELERY   California  BROCCOLI  Mexican  ZUCCHINI  ��� ��� . ��� ���  >*���������<  ���     -���������������0_��  kg  lb.p_htl  1.08 ,.49  ������������������������������������*  ���kg  1.  lb.  .49  .���ijniiHihi,.  l��  li'lllrrKM^n  l/  'u"uUUii  wry/;  Our Own Fresh Baked  RAISIN BREAD ,*,.  Our Own Fresh Baked  MUFFINS      'XT*  1.29  1.25  Ever in search of something inexpensive to feed my  ifamily, I came across this recipe the other day. I was,,  'reminded of those famous old British recipes that starts  off saying.  "First catch your pheasant, grouse, ox,  lion," etc. In this case first catch a fish - any kind oP  white fish will do and you'll need about three quartersi  of a kilo of edible fish, so get your net out. If you canned your own tomatoes and grew your own onions last  year this recipe will of course be even cheaper to  'make. But if you're not bothered by finances try adding  a cup of cooked prawns. Yummy!  Creole Style Fish  f 5 ml butter  J i 00 ml chopped onions  f 00 ml green pepper, diced  100 ml celery, diced  15 ml flour  2 ml Worcestershire sauce  2 ml salt  Vi ml oregano  af few drops of Tabasco sauce  250 ml tomato sauce  500 ml water  % kilo white fish  ft  CI.    In a large saucepan melt the butter. Saute the|  onion, pepper and celery until softened.  2. Stir in the flour until completely blended.  3. Mix   the   tomato   sauce,   water,   Worcestershire:  :sauce, salt, oregano and tabasco and add slowly to the,  _ -flour and vegetable stirring eontinously. Simmer for,  <T^v\   30 minutes stirring occasionally until the mixture has  'Os-'^thickened.  4. Cut the fish" into bite size pieces and add to the'^>  ,sauce. Cover and simmer for 20 minutes until the fish'/V^  is cooked. Add prawns after 1 5 minutes if you wish, ^r ���  ���Serve with hot baking powder buscuits.  Happy budgeting*  *&&.  o<2c>\  <=*p  o -  Day by day. Item by Item, we do more for  you in providing variety, quality and  friendly service.  'We reserve the right to limit quantities'  lag  Free Delivery to the Wharf  HBP Books tare  v 886-7744  Co'ner O' Scnooi A  Gower Pom! Roaas  Harrowsmiih  NORTHERN  GARDENER  "This is the ONE  Gardening Book to have"  Our  Plumbers.  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Palm  cottage  CII66S6 500 gm 1kg  KraftParkay  margarine   ,MU 2.  10% Off  Regular Price  Swanson  Chicken, Beef, Turkey  Valley Farms - Choice  trench fries  227 gm  ��� ��������������� ��A nlj  V  I 2 - 85QmI Any Flavour     24 - 300 ml Any Flavour  $5.99 + Deposit $5.49 + Deposit  ALL SPORTS  Just Armed  1 Rods* Tackle  ;  t Coleman  \  Propane or Gas  886-9303  GIBSONS  fish  MARKET;  Open 7 days a week  9-6  FRESH  FILLETS  Cod, Snapper,  and Prawns  $86-7888  m  X  i  ���/�����������'     ���   ''  #������ m  I  B  D  \ mmammm  SE_5__SS  Coast News, February 21,1983  LUTIFUL  a  ,, Feb. 23rd - Sun., Feb.  ,��  pink salmon  Carnation  smoked  oysters  Puritan  meat stews  .220 gm  104 gm   1 ��� 1 9  425 gm   ��� >w5l  RED HOT SPEClAl  Ivory * Personal Size  bar soap  Cheer, Oxydol or Bold 3  powdered  detergent  Perfex  liquid bleach  4's  1.29  /  SHOULDER STEM!  Bone-Io     Family Paks  Bulk  BEEF SAUSAGES  Medium  GROUND BEEF  ��� ���������������*���.  kg  .2.4 kg lull if  3.6litre lilV  Fletcher s Valu Pak  SLICED SIDE BACON  Kohler's Cry-oVac  "RED HOT SPfC/Af  Johnson's  2.84  3.26  1.48  1.89  6.35  2.88  500 gm each  kfean 'n shine m** 2.391 siici)  lb.  Watch for our  IN STORE SPECIALS  Scotties  facial tissue  100's  ,v   .,  White, Yellow, Sandalwood, Mint  2/.90  by Bill Edney  TALK ABOUT SAVINGS!  n4~-i V.V*  To those who have freezer capacity���and really want.to  ���save, let me tell you of a few meat items you should pick up  ^ ,1  Ja~     ���:' &  -,   '�� t       %   -  Cashmere - Asst'd.  bathroom  tissue  ' u. iiiv  7S��.-.-:  4 rolls  1.29  JliaiIill311IlMlI_M!JlIlM!___l  e Photo Frames  Why not bring out those pictures  you've been saving and display  them in these beautiful frames or  "frame a friend".  2 sizes to choose from.  NOW^wtiile stocks are available  FROZEN GROUND BEEF IN BULK  Yes, 5 and 10 Ib. packages (2.27 and 4.54 kg) in cyfovac  wrapped sleeves,���an exceptional value for your freezer.  LEAN - 5 lb. (2.27 kg) - $7.45 ea.  (that is $1.49 lb.5or $5:28 kg)  REGULAR - 10 lb':.(4;54'kg) - $9.90 ea.  7 (that is .99c Ib. or $2.18 kg)  On the purchase of either 5 or 10 lb. sleeves we are pre  pared to cut them to smaller portions, for convenience, if  necessary.  * TURKEYS ��� Cryovac, frozen, are the best buy  today, being cheaper than chicken, pork or beef. The  Christmas sale of turkeys was a disaster everywhere, and  while turkey prices are now up we continue to sell off our  inventories at $1.38 per pound ($3.04 per kg).  Good eating at any time,  ���why not help yourself to a bargain dinner,  or put away for Easter.  COFFEE PROMOTION - Our ��� (Ken's) Coffee  bfeans'in Special and DeLuxe blends are steadily gaining iri popularity,  especially with the discerning public who.have, in.the past, been willing to  4$ pa^irfiuchJnc^re^or a gourmet cup of c6ff.ee. ff you erijoy a really good cup  of coffee grincl yourself a packageof our "fre'sn roasted coffee beans to suit-  your style of coffee making. Instructions are posted on the machine.  You'll be back for more, and to encourage you to try, we offer herewith a  50c Coupon reduction on a pound (454 gm) off our regular*price of $3.79  for Special blend or $3.99 for DeLuxe blend, both one pound, or 454  grams.  The quality of coffee depends on the ingredients. Columbia blend, the  most expensive, Is slightly more predominant in our DeLuxe blend but some  people prefer the Special blend. Try them both���and vary the quantity of  coffee used to get the exact flavour you like.  J^^  - t.-^ -r��r v��-r v��v rr.Y t-*-* t��w rr��Yi rr��Yi "rs-n *v*i vn  This Coupon redeemable M Ken's Lucky Dollar, for  />  the regular price of  one pound (454 gm)  of Ken's Special or DeLuxe  blend coffee.  yi!iyi1.Ww^iui��^  REAL WIN  50.00   GROCERY   DRAW!  8.5 x 13,7 cm  Reg. $2.49  SPECIAL  PURCHASE  PRICE  $1.89  $60^, #**  tve,  ^ee*M .'9'T        1. Cut out this Coupon  2. Attach to your Sales Slip  3. Return to Ken's Lucky Dollar  DRAW TO BE MADE SUNDAY AT 5 p.m.  NAME TEL. NO..   POSTAL ADDRESS-   w  Our popular $50.00 weekly grocery draw will continue  each week until further notice  K.L.D. Winner #132  ~ ** ���  Ruby Stubbs  Gower Pt. Road  GIBSONS  CMNIC  PHARMACY  DERMA-SOF  CREAM  Vitamin A & E  886-8191  . Next to Medical Clinic. Gibsons  Lauding Beauty &  /"*~">J!a_��ber Shopo  Licensed  886-9021  Deluxe  Burgers  for Lunch!  OPEN ��� 6 DAYS A WEEK  2 Barbers  &  3 Hairdressers  to serve you.  ^     886-8916 j  Variety  Deli and Health  jfoofcs  Colos*a Iknna Cream  Now in  plastic container  (4 treatments)  Reg. $6.75  SPECIAL $5.99  886-2936 i  Shop with confidence.  Our prices are very, competitive.  We will not be undersold on these  advertised items.  We fully guarantee everything we sell to be  satisfactory or money cheerfully refunded. 10.  Coast News, February 21,1983  Bill Endert of West Sechelt  got the wholehearted support  of Sechelt Council last week  when he sought to have March  officially designated Minor  League Softball and Baseball  Month.  ' 'The merchants of this community cannot afford in these  difficult times to supply the  kind of sponsorship they have  been so generous with before,"  said Endert.  He explained the choice of  March as Minor League Ball  month'by saying the the  registration for the Softball  and Baseball leagues would  take place three weekends in a  row during that month.  The trust of Endert's presentation was that the participants  in the programmes would have  to take a larger share in fund-  raising than has been the case iri  the past. v  His suggestions included a  fund-raising run for all  registrants to be held on March  20 with a $15 entrance fee and  distances to be run from one,  three, five and fifteen  kilometres. Endert told council  that he already had obtained  RCMP sanction for such a run.  Another suggestion made by  Youth  soccer  Following completion of the  regular league play, two teams  from Division VIII in Powell  River will be hosted by two  local nine year old teams, one  from Sechelt and one from  Gibsons. A round-robin competition will be held on April 1  and 2 with games to be played  both in Gibsons and Sechelt.  The local teams will be  selected from nine year old  players, the same age group as  the Division VIII teams from  Powell River.  Times and locations of  games will be announced at a  later date.  Soccer action locally resum^  ed on February 19 after all; :  games were cancelled'onfS  February 12 because of wet  fields. Sechelt Pacman and  Gibsons Firebirds played to a  2-2 draw with the Firebirds getting the tie seconds before the  game ended.  Roberts Creek played tough  against the Gibsons  Goldhawks for 40 minutes  holding on to a 0-0 tie, but the  Goldhawks offense was out to  be denied as they scored three  quick goals in the last 10  minutes to win 3-0.  W  L   T Pts  Gibsons Goldhawks 4    0    0    8  Sechelt Pacman 113    5  Sechelt Drifters 1113  Gibsons Firebirds 12    13,  Roberts Creek 0   3    1    1  Endert was that, also on March  20, the parking lot behind Trail  Bay Mall would be used for 'the  biggest garage sale ever held on  the Sunshine Coast'. Booth  space at the garage sale would  cost$ 10 and it was hoped that  there would be at least 100  booths; Management of the  Mall had approved its use between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4  P-m-  . .  Chinook Swim Team performs very well again, this time  at the seventh annual Valentine's meet hosted by Richmond Aquanauts. This was a  two-day meet which was attended by eight Chinooks, as  well as many other swimmers  from seventeen clubs including  Kelowna and Comox. Our  swimmers improved their times  in nearly all their events, show- ���  ing that they are continuing to  work hard. ������.'.  / We would like to remind any  potential swimmers who are interested in improving their  strokes to a competitive level  that we are now offering the  Esso Swim Canada Program as  advertised on TV by world  record holders Victor Davis  and Alex Baumann.  Please note that these lessons  do not replace Red Cross  lessons but are instruction in  strokes and turns for improved  swimming in Canada.  Incomplete results from Valentine  meet: 100 free: Farley Graham 1:31.0,  Tina Glark 1:21.9, Kirk lllingworth  1:13.0; 100 breast: Tina 1:44.1, Kirk  1:36.4, Matthew Graham 1:51.0; 50  breast: Farley 1:01.0, Ferla Packer 55.9  Erica Renout 53.0; 50 free; Erica 36.2,  Ferla 43.0, Jim Miller 39.5, Matthew  37.9, Eric Miller 43.0, Farley 46.3; 100  back: Tina 1:30.0, Kirk 1:23.0; 100  1M.: Tina 1:39.5, Kirk 1:23.4, Farley  2:06.0.  r\  SANDBLASTING  EQUIPMENT  Swimming action at Percy Norman pool in Vancouver saw swimmers from the Chinook Swim Club in  Gibsons and the Pender Harbour Seals compete against swimmers from a dozen other lower mainland  ClubS. v   ���Cttorjt* M��Mh��w< photo  Karajte Club  practices  by James McCarthy  On Saturday, January 29,  members of the Gibsbns Shito-  Ruy Karate Club took part in  the annual beach practice held  at English Bay in Vancouver.  The event drew more than 100  . karate students from clubs all  over the Lower 3Mainlantf��^- ^i  After a regular karate workout  was held on the beach, the  students, led by their black belt  instructors, marched several  times into the icy water.  In contrast to the freezing  temperatures and snow-  covered: beach of last year's  practice, the weather was sunny  and mild, making the event a  little, less shocking to the  system;  . The Gibsons Karate Club,  under 3rd degree black belt Yas  Miura, meets three times weekly at Langdale Elementary  School gymnasium, Monday  8-10 p.m., Wednesday 6-8 p.m.  and Saturday 1-3 p.m. The club  invites anyone interested in  karate to come out for two free  trial workouts. Call James at  .886-8347.    NOW  AVAILABLEI  'I  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.  ANOTHER FIRST FROM  ���   i  RENTMSMD  .   Behind Windsor Plywood,: Gibsons  SEAMONT INDUSTRIAL PARK. GIBSONS - 886-8744  BOOT SALE  AT  DonTs  ��� Rubber Caulk Boots  ��� clearance price      $49.95  ��� Rubber Lace-up Boots  ��� steel-toe $29.95  ��� plain-toe $19-95  ���   Leather Work Boots  ��� assorted styles & sizes  ��� 40% OFF lined leather boots  ��� 30% OFF lined vinyl boots  .95  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre,    _^^  #*�����_*>��  Gibsons 3B6-2&24  �� ������_��&��  W-W  WT&iJ  rWh-*KZ-r,  :*.��^~ r j  ��� sS?  He shoots, he scores. One of the goals scored by the Sechelt team in  the exhibition on behalf of Minor Hockey against the Canuck  Oldtimers last Saturday. ���jobnBunmde photo  and Spares  by Bud Mulcaster  Our Youth Bowling Council  Bantams and Juniors bowled in  the zone round for the 4 Steps  to Stardom Tournament last  Sunday, Bantams at North  Shore Bowl, Juniors at  Thunderbird Lanes, The Bantams didn't win anything but  over all bowled fairly well.  Kim Paterson was our junior  girl single and came in fifth but  bowled 100 pins over her  average. Sean Tetzlaff was our  boy single and was in first place  by one pin after two games, ran  into headpins in the third game  and wound up in third spot with  a 639 total. First place went to  Court Davies of Varsity-Ridge  with a;728 tripie; second place  to Rick Williams of Fraser  Bowl with a 301 single and a 703  triple: As you can see the competition is pretty stiff. Even the  Bantams who are under 11  years of age are tough; Cathy  Kennett rolled a 506 triple for  fourth place with the winner  rolling a 611 triple.  The junior boys team ,of  Craig Kincaid, Scott Spain,  Trevor AnderWh, Idn^Gazeley  and George ^illiamsibowied  very^weU cprriing in second to  yarsit^Ridge by 87 pins. ;  Overall they were 318 pins over  their .team average, however  this tournament is scratch  bowling.  The Golden Age Leagues  held the league round for the  'National 5 Pin Mixed Championship Tournament' last  week. Winners for the Swingers  and their pins over average are:  Ena Armstrong +157; Grace  Gilchrist +116; Lil Flockhart  +70; George Langsford +23.  For the Sechelt G.A.s, Kay  McKenzie +83; Irene Taylor  + 73; Babs Simmers +63;  George Caldwell +127; Les  Beech +100 and Jim Derby  + 52. These two teams will  bowl in the next round in the  near future.  In league action Bob McConnell rolled a 302-943 score  in the Classic League and  spared in the Ball and Chain  and came up with a 329 single  and an 835 triple. Barb Christie  had a 302 single in the Gibsons  'A' league, Gerry Martin a  335-773 triple in the Ball and  Chain and in rolloffs, for the  Wednesday Coffee Belva  Hauka had a 323-810 triple and  Mickey Nagy a 332 single and  an 895 triple for the Phuntasti-  que League.  Other high scores:  Classic:  Gerry Martin 297-982  Freeman Reynolds 298-992  ; Tuesday Coffee:  pam Lumsden  NoraSolinsky  Gibsons 'A':  Kim Cormons  Sue Whiting  Lome Christie  AndySpence  Wednesday Coffee:  Marion Reeves  Willie Buckmaster  Slough-offs:  Yvonne Hovden  Bonnie McConnell  Ball & Chain:  'Isabel Hart  Cauleen McCuaig  Pat Prest  GaryTourigny  ArmanWold  Phuntastique:  hazel Skytte  Edna Bellerive  Bob Fletcher  Legion:  JacquieBraun  Dave Kennedy  AlLachance  JeffMulcaster  Buckskin:  Marilyn August  Youth Bowling Council:  Peewees:  Julie Bursey  TbvaSkytte  Scott Hodgins  Bantams:  Karen Buchanan  Cathy Kennett  Chris Lumsden  Juniors:  Trevor Anderson  George Williams  SeanTetzlaff  225-660  236-674  256-684  251-685  243-701  261-708  245-633  250-636  231-653  283-655  259-680  299-745  285-790  264-694  270-786  260-666  255-680  261-679  221-633  278-703  298-703  277-720  296-726  136-244  ,174-272  122-242  171-457  193-519  170-436  212-506  221-568  231-632  BMX track  proposed  A motion to support the  builders of a BMX (pedal bike  racing) track in their efforts to  construct a bicycle racing track  at the corner of North Road  and Chamberlain Road in the  Gibsons area received  unanimous approval from the  Sunshine Coast Regional  District at Thursday's meeting.  The bicycle track which has  been promoted for some time  would be the first permanent  facility on the coast and would  support the growing popularity  of the sport.  No indication was given if  and when the track would be  built.  B��EaB6_E9_9__��!  NOP  ���*oo*sr��y.\  ���'G'rfVil '(   .i'\V-.)i,.i'i' ���>"' -  Bin 'sr- f'\if t'ft-�����' ws  MARKET  tide tables  |Keforenc��: PoBnf Atkinson,  .      Pacific Standard Time  QROCERIES  SUNDRIES  FISHINO  TACKLE  TIMEX WATCHES  Open 9-9  7 Days a Week  Davis Bay, B.C.  885-0721 *  Tues. Feb. 22  Thurs.  Feb. 24  0215  13.2  0415  14.7  0640  11.8  0920  11.6  1115  13.8  1335  13.6  1920  3.1  2120  1.8  Wed.l  Feb. 23  Fri. Feb. 25  0320  14.1  0455  15.1  0800  12.0  1005  10.9  1225  1?.6  1445  13.8  2015  :v'23  2200  . 1.6  Sat. Feb. 26 1  0535  15.4  1  1100  10.1  |  1555  13.9  1  2255  2.0  1  Sun. Feb. 27 J  0615  15-5  1  1145  9.1  1  1655  14.0  S  2345  2.7 fj  Mon.  Feb. 28 .1  0635  15.5  j  1230  8.1  1  1755  13.9  1  Not long ago, "seafood"  referred to a small glass containing a shrimp cocktail with a  chili and horseradish sauce  prepared, fresh-frozen and  distributed by a large fish packing company. Or perhaps fish  and chips or clam chowder on  the menu of about 30 per cent  of restaurants.  But today, restaurant  patrons are being offered a  greater variety of the sea's  treasures including mussels,  lobster, shrimp, scallops and  clams to name a few.  Housewives too are serving  more seafood in the home as  they find that seafood preparation can be as simple as serving  cooked shrimp in a prepared  curry sauce over rice, Or, if the  occasion is a special one, they  may try a more complicated  recipe from one of the many  publications available in  bookstores and newsstands  across the country. >  While attending the Boat  Show I was surprised to find the;  interest, in seafood to be great  indeed. I estimate that 80 per  cent of the adult population are  keen on receiving information  and recipes for seafood and will  stop dead in their tracks when it  is offered to them.  Here is a fancy way to serve  salmon steaks for a couple of  friends.  Poached Salmon Steak with  Grape Champagne Sauce  (4 servings)  4 salmon steaks  (about 8 oz. each)  4 oz. green grapes (seedless)  1 cup white sauce  (standard recipe)  1 egg yolk (beaten)  1 tbs. butter or margarine  ]A cup cream (whipped)  salt to taste  1 Vz tbs. champagne  (or sweet, white wine)  small grape clusters  (and leaves?) for garnish  Method  Bring well salted water in a  poacher just to a boil, then  reduce heat and simmer salmon  steaks for about 4 minutes.  Remove to hot plates. To  pepare sauce, wash grapes and  drain. Heat white sauce. Blend  small amount of heated sauce  with egg yolk and return to  heated sauce. Add butter, and  cook over low hear for 4  minutes, stirring all the time!  Fold in cream and season to  taste with salt. Add champagne  and grapes, do not allow to boil  but keep warm until ready to  serve. Spoon over each salmon  steak and garnish with grapes  andleaves.  If grape leaves are not  available small leaves from our  local thimble berry bush will do  very nicely.  Sea you.  Coast News, February 21,1983  Sw!lillliW!iiM  D0fTT BE FOOLED  Cheap labour, Cheap Material, No Guarantee, Mo Follow-Up  Service... does cost you More Money in the long run.  LOOK TO  SUPERIOR ELECTRIC  FULLY GUARANTEED  ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION  in your New Home, Commercial or Industrial Building  FREE ESTIMATES GIVEN  FOR ANY JOB  K.cKsitfPKius- . ���'.'���.   OOJ-��4l_ ?4HR; SERVICE  ACROSS FROM CASEY'S GARDENS. WHARF ROAD.-SECHELT  CONVERT  your existing  WOODEN  &  ALUMINUM  WINDOWS  .; to"-' "  DOUBLE GLAZED  OPEN: Mon. -Fri. 8 am ��� 4:30 pm  Saturday    8:30 am - 12:30 pm  Hwy. 101 & Pratt Rd., Gibsons  886-7359  '\s/,�� <'  DO:  Leave a sailing  plan with a  responsible person.  Indicate destination  and time you're  expected back.  Advise, same  person when you  reach destination,  when you return, or  of any changes in  trip plans.  <��3  Keep a check on the  weather. Listen to  marine weather  forecasts before you  leave. Carry a radio on  board for weather  changes.  Wear a Transport  Canada approved  lifejacket or PFD���  especially children  anywhere in or around  water.  Slow down near  marinas and  swimming areas.  Also when making  sharp turns or in  bad weather.  Check your fuel level frequently. Make sure  you have enough for a return trip.  DON'T:  Don't let gasoline fumes  accumulate in bilge or  other enclosed areas.  A cup of gasoline has  the explosive power of  15 sticks of dynamite.  Don't overload your  vessel at any time.  Remember weather  conditions can change  rapidly.  Don't impede large  commercial vessels.  They have limited  maneuverability in  narrow channels and  harbours, and have  the right of way over  sailing vessels in  these circumstances.  Dont overdo it!  Remember that over  40% of all boating  accidents are  alcohol-related.  For  dayii-iht  Sayific, Time ADD  1   HOUR  l*  For a FREE copy of the Safe Boating Guide,  contact your regional Canadian Coast Guard Office  at 1661, Whyte Avenue, Vancouver, B.C. V6J 1A9.  Or write to Canadian Coast Guard,        .  Place de Ville, Tower A, Ottawa, Ont. K1A 0N7.  Canadian. Garde cotiere  Coast Guard      canadienne  6&5  working   travaillons  together   ensemble  Canada  *  i  i  3  s  At  *:m  '.\r- 12.  Coast News, February 21,1983  Gweri in Gibs oils  Judy Gates of Roberts Creek  has been appointed to the position of Job Creation Coordinator for the Sunshine  Coast.  Gates was selected from  what was described as a  number of strong candidates by  alderman Ken Short of Sechelt.  Short headed up a committee  formed after a meeting called  by MP Ray Skelly. Skelly informed local representatives of  the success of a job creation  programme in Powell River  and recommended that efforts  be made to implement a similar  programme on the Sunshine  Coast.  The successful candidate had  to be approved by the Canada  Manpower Centre in Sechelt..  * 'Part of Judy's present part-  time employment," said Short,  "is directing applicants to  government programmes. She  will bring about' an awareness  of the various job creation programmes available locally."  Flying school returns  Air Alps of Squamish are  looking forward to operating a  Satelitte Flying Training  School for another season.  This season will be the second  season that Air Alps will be  operating a Satelitte School  here in Gibsons/Sechelt.  With the assistance of the  Elphinstone Aero Club, by  allowing the use of the  clubhouse, Air Alps was able to  offer flying training and  ground school for. those interested in acquiring their  private pilots license for either  private or commercial use. The  instructor also provided checkouts for pilots who already  Gibsons  Public Library  Hours:  Tuesday 2-4 pm  Wednesday 10:30-4 pm  Thursday 2-4 pm  7-9 pm  Saturday 2-4 pm  have their license but required  updating of license in order to  fly the club's plane.  Anyone interested in obtaining their private pilot's license  or becoming a commercial pilot  please call 112-898-9016.  Air Alps will be showing an  aviation film called "A Dream  of Eagles" FREE at  Elphinstone Aero Club, also an  interesting short film on  Hangliding. For further information on this call above  number or 886-2471.  Waterline  upgrading  The regional board's public  utilities committee announced  Thursday that funding for the  replacement of inadequate  water mains in the district will  probably be limited to an  estimated $50,000 for 1983.  As a result, the committee  will be setting priorites for  which lines are in most need of  upgrading.  by Gwen Robertson, 886-3780  At the Sunsine Coast Consumers' Association of Canada  meeting on February 16 in the  Marine Room in Gibsons, Mr.  Wayne Abrahamson of the  Automotive Retailers'  Association reported on the  high price of gasoline on the  Sunshine Coast as opposed to  the lower in Vancouver where  the transit tax is an extra.  Mr. Abrahamson gave a  broad picture of the costs  deterining the price to the consumer, ranging from wellhead  to the gas pump, he indicated;  that taxes, federal, provincial  and municipal (eg.; transit tax  in Vancouver) comprised over  40 per cent of the price we pay  for gasoline.  With respect to the difference between gas prices on  the Sunshine Coast and in Vancouver, Mr. Abrahamson indicated that this was due to aw  ''gas war" intitiated by the oil  companies because of an overcapacity of refineries. This  "gas war" was effected by offering a subsidy to service stations, in high density areas,  that would lower prices.  This "gas war" has been a  boon to the automobile owner  who fills his tank with low-cost  gasoline, rather than partially  filling as usual. Many people in  outlying areas, including the  Sunshine Coast, would rush in  to fill their tanks as well and  take advantage of this artificial  "gas war" in Vancouver and in  other larger communities.  Small communities such as ^  Gibsons and Sechelt where service stations are not offered,  this subsidy, the price must remain higher unless the service  station owner accepts an even  smaller profit from selling;  gasoline.  Mr. Wayne Abrahamson  and the meeting were just getting warmed-up when he was  obliged to leave in order to  catch the "last ferry" at 8:30  p.m. .  The next meeting of the Sun-  shine Coast Consumers'  Association (volunteers) will be  on March 16 and if anyone has  an issue they wish to have included, please feel free to  telephone me at 886-3780.  Plans for the Survival Carnival on March 5 and 6 appear  to be moving along and it  should be a thought-provoking  affair as well as enjoyable.  I am looking forward to seeing the programme published  in the Coast News and by  noting the flurry of activity  among the theatre and other  groups that Selia Karsten and  the Survival Carnival is  generating, expect it to be a  memorable affair. And it is all  free.  Facade  grants  available  Further grants have now  been made available to the  downtown merchants of Gibsons for renovations and improvements to store fronts. As  part of the Downtown  Revitalization   Program: the  Ministry of Municipal Affairs  has allocated a further $5,000  for 1983 to coyer anticipated  claims for facade improvements.  The ministry had originally  allocated $50,000 to Gibsons in  1981 to assist in store front  renovation. During that time  two shops have been renovated  and $2,102 paid to down-town  merchants.  The facade improvement  grant covers only a percentage  of the cost of renovation. For  shop fronts a 20 per cent grant  is offered, or $200 per metre,  whichever is the least;  Superior]   Gibsons Brake, Tune  ^er & Muffler Ltd.  We thought that YOU should KNOW  our SERVICES include  ���:Ef  ���0'  __r  .0T  Major & Minor Repairs  All cars, trucks, motorhomes  AN Exhaust work  All brake parts & shocks  Our work is Guaranteed  Free Estimates  10% Discount to Senior Citizens  Hwy 101, Gibsons  just west of Pratt Road  CONTRACTING  Sunshine Coast  886-8213  OPEN MONDAY TO SATURDAY  EXCAVATING  fs  Need this space?  Call the COAST NEWS  886-2622 or 886-7817  RAY HANSEN TRUCKING  :. &c5NTRACfjNGi"i:TD. .���"'��� \   ;     '  Gravel, Clearing & Excavating,  Septic Systems, All Types of Gravel  I 883-9222 ��� ..     ' 885-5260  Business  HEATING  LIQUID GAiLTuV  ERJTtASEA  WINDOWS A GLASS LTD.       ^  Residential & Commercial  Vanc  885-3538    Glazing Contractors    682-2449 J  TOMOR FORMS  V FOUNDATIONS).  8��oiMit 885-7575  ^Retaining Walls  Hwy. 101   Sechelt  between  St. Mary's  Hospital and Forest Rangers Hut.  Mon.-Fri.   8 a.m. - 5 p.m. 885-2360  I CANADIAN I  EXCAVATING  H. WRAY CONTRACTING  ���Backhoe & 4 Whd. Dump Truck  ���Water, sewer & septic systems  ���Sand, Gravel & Excavations  k         8oO"^4��9      anytime;, ^  ^HPEAHSONf, "^8*  ���tlivT ���..;,..    .. t-T^T--*.r-.'. *���-'>;!��*&5.t- Jaaaammmmmma  "^i    ';f   -^  yfj-y-U'r ���.=;���'���?.-���).,.'-:;*>v^-  "~\  ri  me  Excavating Ltd.  For all your Backhoe Needs V  Roberts Creek Eves. 885-5617,  Foim Rentals  Free  timates  Guaranteed Work  Form &. Foundation Work A  Sechelt Heating & Sheet Metal  domestic, commercial; industrial  heating & air conditioning  heat pumps & general sheet metal  Lionel Sp*��k  B85--Ste  Wayn*Brao-*H  885-2486  MISC.    SERVICES  CLEANING    SERVICES  STATIC  ~uimtr~  CarptCart  Bob Ml       CWW��UWQtflHPrtt��MIW6     665-90M  J.F.W. EXCAUATIHQ LTD.  ��� septic Fields ��� Excauattons ��� Clearing ���  RccdRd. 886"0071 Gibsons  "\  r  Locilly Minudctuied Government Apprcvtd  concrete Soouc Tanks  "Distribution Boxes  *Pump Tanks, Curbs, Patio Blocks  *0ther pre-cast products  Bonniebrook Industries Ltd. 886*7064  Crane Service  ��� 8 ton ��� high lift  V  I  1  886-7359  Conversion  Windows,   Glass,  Auto & Marine Glass, Aluminum Windows  & Screens, Mirrors  . Hwy 101 & Pratt Rd.  ROLANDS  HOME IMPROVEMENTS LTD.  ��� 5" Continuous aluminum gutters  ��� Aluminum soffits & fascias  ��� Built-in vacuum systems.        885**3562  / Village Tile Co.  CERAMIC TILE 35ALES AND INSTALLATIONS  Stocking Some Tile and Material  1212 Cowrie St.   .       . Phone  Secheit, B.C.     Joe Jacques  MISC.    SERVICES  SUNSHINE KITCHENS'  - CABINETS-  886-9411  Showroom: Pratt Rd. A Hwy 101  Open Sat. 1QS  or anytime byappt.   -^  885-3611  THE CLEANING OF OIL &  WOOD HEATING UNITS  V  Harbour Chimney Cleaning  Serving the Sunshine Coast 885*5225  Sealrard 886-8744  TOOL  Residential &  Commercial  Gibsons  y Behind Windsor Plywood  RENTALS  APPLIANCES  Gibsons  Telephone  Answering  Service  For Information call  Is our  886-731 I or  886-7568  business  ~e^i StHnyu** JaMdMOfOHt  Complete landscaping &  garden maintenance service  Fencing of all kinds  Bango  885-5033 J  Can . Swanson's  EXCAVATING LTD  for our John Deere Excavator  and Case Backhoes  885-9666 8855333  rF & L CONTRACTORS'  Landclearing, road building, logging,  tree removal, excavations & gravel.  "^  8 Yd. Truck    886-9872 after 5 p.m.X  AUTOMOTIVE  NEED TIRES?      Come in to  COASTAL TIRES  TIRE & SUSPENSION  CENTRE  886-2700     886-8167  Hwy. 101, just West of Gibsons  JOHN HIND-SMITH  REFRIGERATION & MAJOR APPLIANCE SERVICE  Port Mellon to Pender Harbour  Res. 886-9949  FLOOR    COVERING  / = ������ ��� ^  CARPET-CABINET-CERAMIC CENTRE  Open Thurs. - Sat. to a.m. - s p.m.  Howe Sound Distributors Ltd.  yNorth Road, Gibsons. B.C.      886-2765J  TREE TOPPING  VIEW DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  Clean up your wooded areas.  Remove lower limbs for VIEW.  Top tall trees adjacacent to building  886-7850    Marv Volen    886-9597  STEVE HOFLEY  Natural & Cultured Stone Facings  House Fronts, Fireplaces   and Feature Walls  ALL WORK CONDITIONALLY GUARANTEED  886-84SO  ISE^EorooQan  Motors  ^ British, Japanese & Domestic Service & Parts J  QuQlitu Form 6 Garden Supply; Ltd.  * Feed  * Pet Food  * Fencing  * Fertilizer  886-7527   Pratt Rd.  0?-  "17 Years Experience Commercial And Residential^  835-2*23     885-368! A  r7  SEASIDE RENTALS  | T|x   Domestic Industrial Equipment  \\ \J��  and Truck Rentals   2\ocat\om  I Sechelt  Inlet Avenue  V 865-2848  Gibsons to serve you  Hwy. 101 & Pratt 886-2848    J  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES  Port Mellon to Ole's Cove  Commercial Containers Available  885-9973 886-2938 J  'KEN DE VMES t* SON  LTD. FLOOR COVERINGS  Carpets - Tiles- Linoleums - Drapes  Hwy. 101. Gibsons   Cowrie St.. Sechelt  886-7112 885-3424  i)  Q  SERVING THE ENTIRE SUNSHINE COAST  0|t AUTOMOTIVE 886-7919  Parts ��� Sales ��� Service  REPAIRS TO ALL MAKES  "The Rad Shop"        COLLISION REPAIRS  v   Hwy 101, Gibsons "B.C.A.A.."Approved���f  : ^��^���������aw_���_���������mmm��������������������� ' i ���       ���     -���������������^-���--WBM-i        "   ���**  '     Economy RUfOPRRTSbfii.  Automobile. Industrial and  Body Shop Supplies  Sechelt  88S-SI8I  SANDY'S  COLLISION   REPAIRS  ���ICBC Repairs  ���Fibreglass Repairs  ���Painting & Auto Glass  ���Fr���� Esllm.t.a    . ' ���  883>26t.Q6  Klelndala, Paridar Harbour   R.R.ffl, Garden Bay, B.C. VON 1 SO 9�� 1��^"��F ^'it^HjaaMrJaP  Coast News, February 21,1983  ft. SErths  la. Obituaries  g 3* in Meftuwiam  ,4.Thank*  StPftTSQIMk!  6. Aimaimcemeitts  ?. lost ���  ,8.found ���  $. feee -';  10. Fets & Livestock  ff. Music  12. Wanted to Kent  13. For Kent  14. Help Wanted  15. Business  '\ Opportunities  16. Work Wanted  i7. Child Care  18. Wanted  19. For Sale  20. Automobiles  Z I. Motorcycles  li. Campers &.  23* Mobile Homes '"-  ���  24; Marine  25. Travel   -  26. B.C. S. Yukon  Classifieds  27. Legal  28.r Realtor, -   4 y  29^ Barter &  Vs Trade  r DEAR  CLASSIFIED  CUSTOMERS  Not only are Coast News  Classifieds effective, read  by 9 out of 10 readers,  but���:7.,.;,.;"  Each week you get three  chances to WIN our draw  and run your next  Classified Ad  up to 8 lines,  FREE  for  3 WEEKS  Winners of this Week's  Coast News  Classified Draw  are: -���'...;;,..,*  :���': J86-987i  I. Petersohn, West Sechelt  ���������**:������    M&zw y ?  Pender Harbour X:  Aquatic Centre  883-2612,883-9319  Rae and Jeanine Ell-  ingham are pleased to announce the birth of their  son, Geoffrey Woodbine,  on Feb. 10, 1983 at. St.  Mary's Hospital. Many  thanks to Drs. Kusler,  Paetkau and Lubin.  (Wanted: a very, very small  pony.) #8  Garry and Johanna Ross  are pleased to announce  the birth of a daughter,  Crystal Dawn, born Feb. 3  at 4:26 prh:,Tjjbs: A very  special thanks to Dr. Pet-  zold and Liz Archibald and  the icest';' of St. Mary's  Hospital staff, : #8  0  JOHANSEN, Kathleen,  passed away February 18,  1983, late of Sechelt in her  68th'year. Survived by her  loving husband Ole, 4  sons; David, Martin, Paul  and Norman^ 6 grandchildren, 3 sisters; Gene  Stuart, Pauline Green and  Lorraine Davidson. Service; will be held Monday,  February 21st at 1 p.m. in  Bethel Baptist Church,  Sechelt. Reverend Fred  Napdra officiating.  Cremation. Remembrance  donation to the B.C.  Cancer Society appreciated. Devlin Funeral  Home Director. #8  STRUTHERS, passed  away at his home in Gibsons. Rex Farnsworth  Struthers in his 72nd year.  He was descended from  the pioneer Selkirk family  of Manitoba and is survived by a number of cousins  including Glen Qogherty,  Vancouver Island; Ian  Dogherty, Vancouver; Iris  Dogherty, Surrey; Violet  Harris, Gibsons, Charlie  and Marilyn Harris, Vancouver; Gordon Harris-  California; Francey and  Tanis Rhoades and Peggy  Nicholson, Northern Ireland as well as cousins in  Calgary and Edmonton.  Rex was a design engineer  with Unesco in New York  until his retirement to Gibsons. Private cremation  arrangements through  Devlin Funeral Home.    #3  This is to -express my  gratitude to Dr. Berinstein,  the lovely, cheerful  nurses, the physiotherapy  dept. and especially Sara  Gerring of St.; Mary's  Hosp. for invaluable care  during my recent, short  but severe illness.  It is thanks to their efficiency and care extended,  far beyond the.call of duty,  that recovery was swift  and the experience a pleasant one.    ���  Thank you!  Anagarika Shamnia-Dinna  "���..'.'.:������:.;..'.'.     #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 someone in your family  has a drinking problem  ybu.cah isie'what it's doing to them. Can you see  what it |s doing to you? Al  Anon can help. Phone  886-9037 or 886-8228. TFN  Find put if the Irish can  finally beat the Scots on  March 18th. 885-2232.   #8  A.A. Meetings  PHONE  24 HRS. 886-2112  ECKANKAR is a way of  life. It's basic teaching is  survival of soul after  death. For information  call 886-8579. #9  Companion wanted (M/F)  to share camping vacation  south with male (26).  March-April, N/S. For further info, contact Box 117,  c/o Coast News, Box 460,  GibsonsjB.C.   ; #8  Pender Harbour; Aquatic  Centre now offering a self  defense course for  women. Register now.  883-2612 or 883-9319.     #9  Snooker League every  Wed. at 7:00 pm. All  players welcome. Cues &  Snacks, Sechelt. 885-3113.  'X; V*-V'; TFN  Jack & Jill Playschool is  now accepting applications for 1983-84 school  year. Register now as  there are limited spaces.  Call 886-9817. #9  Jack & Jill Play School  Open House Saturday,  March.5, 1983. 10-2 p.m.  Everyone welcome. Application forms available.  #9  Lutherans���Anyone interested in the establishment of a Lutheran Worshipping Community on  the Sunshine Coast  please,cont. Rev. T. Sar-  tison, 247 1st. Ave., North  Saskatoon, Sask. S7K  4H5. Ph. 306 653-0133. Will  be in area March 4.        #8  German Language  Lessons for pleasure or  university entrance?  Single or group? All ages  -my home. Retired German  teacher. 885-2546.    ���   #11  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  Lost in Gibsons, large gas  tank lid for Chev car.  Reward. 885-9797. #8  4 geese,' 2 -mottled & 2  white > last seen swimming towards Gibsons Feb.  3. Phone 886-8358. #9  Very private new 2 bdrm.  home. Park-like setting  beside creek. Near mall.  Wood & elec. heat. $375.  No pets or children.  886-2454 or 7054. #10  Beach, Gibsons, 2-bdrm.  house, w/w, F.P., red. rent,,  gdn., no pets. 886-7300,  886-2344.   ��� .   7      #8  W.F. 1 . bdrm. house irv.  Ldg. Pender Hbr. Incredible sunsets, laundry,  wood & elec. heat, cable  $400 per month. 883-9342.  ��� TFN  Apts: 4 bdrm. $350 mo., 2  bdrm. $275 mo. Clean, convenient, nr. gov't, wharf,  Gibsons. Avail.'Feb. 1. Ph.  after6:921-7788. #8  Feb. 5th7 Madeira Pk.;  gents ring; Owner identify.  886-7378.      ��� #9  _^_fe^___^^2*  Female Goat. Free to good  home; 885:3153. #8  ���..Free   "���������"  8 wk. old  Shep.  Husky  cross   puppies^ 883-9402  ^fter6.-'v':-7'--.i:7;:i;^-;*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  For Sale.  Ph.  886-9625. #8  PIANO LESSONS  All levels- all ages. Call  Sue Winters 886-2937. TFK  ram  r4  PIANO  TUNING  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  Quiet, responsible person  seeks cabin/cottage. Will  house clean, garden,  caretake, etc; for reduced  rent. Excellent refs.  885-3618p.m.  ^9    #10  VL_1��  jtoruws  In Hopkins: 3 bdrm., 2  baths., house. F.P., nice  view, clpse to the beach.  No appL March 1; $325.  886-9709. #8  Langdale, 2 bdrm. bsmt.  suite. $400 mo. Ref. req'd.  Avail. Apr. 1.886-7768. #10  GIBSONS AREA  INDUSTRIAL SPACE  FOR RENT  ���2 overhead doors,  high ceilings  ���Office space  ���Suitable for automotive  -repair, auto body shop  ���or Warehousing  886-8226  3 bdrm. view apt. centrally  -located. Adults. 886-8107.  #10  1 bdrm. ste., view,- F&S,  $200. Call Fri., Sat., Sun.  886-8295. #E  At Bonniebrook, waterfront, 1 duplex suite, 2  mobile home sites.  886-7377 or 886-2887.  TFN  Store space for rent. 1,700  sq. ft. of floor area in  Madeira Park. Could be  divided in two. Phone  Steve, 883-9551. TFN  lt''iSllt,S  Let us help you move to  our spacious two and  three bed'oom suites  Some with view in (ami  I { hi lU'jirc; r-n-,,i i r:f ���  considered Heat,  cable & storaqe space  i ncItj d ea Phuie  886 9557.  Modern 1 bdrm. house on  treed view lot. Central Gibsons. Also waterfront apt.  with F.P. in Granthams.  $375 ea. 886-8284. #10  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  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.  .::.,,-;.:     Xy-,:.:/..    #8'  Off ice for rent, Upper Gib-  . sons.    16x24.    Phone  886-8141. #9  3 bdrm. house. Central  Gibsons. Sundeck, view,  $390 per mon. Ph. collect  988-2709. #9  Granthams Landing  waterfront. 'Cozy 1  bedroom apt. Beautiful  view. Walk--.to town. Furnished. Quiet, responsible  person. $250/mon.  886^3888 or 681-5725.     #8  Beautiful ocean view from  sunroom, 2 bedroom partially furnished v house,  Seaview Rd., Gibsons.  $4Q0/month. Phone collect  461-1689. #9  3 bdrm. with dble. garage  Responsible people only  $550/mo. 886-8107 Rita.  #1C  2 bdrm. ste. $325 month.  TV & hydro, furn. inc.  Phone 886-7274 after 5  p.m. #8  2 mobile homes, 12x60,  10x50, oil heat, propane  stoves. Furn. 886-7779.  #10  2 bdrm. trailer in Davis  Bay. Available now. $290 a  month. 885-9276. #9  Responsible person to  share Ig. house. Rbts. Crk.  Orchard, garden. 885-3618  p.m. #10  Sml. furnished bachelor  cottage, elec. ht., $350 per  month incl. util. Ph.  886-9336.        ��� #10  2 bdrm. duplex ��� furnished  - all electric. No children,  no pets. $250 per mo. plus  electricity. Ref. required.  Avail, immed. Sunshine  Coast Trailer Park, Gibsons. Ph. 886-9826.        #8  2 bedroom furnished  house. Available Mar. 1.  $300/month. 3 houses east  of Granthams Store on the  beach. 886-7385, 939-9650.  #10  3 bdrm. 11/_ bath, two year  old house. Gower Pt. .Rd.  $550 per month. 886-7775  or 291-2698. #9  Attractive 4 rm. 1 bdrm.  suite in Gibsons. W/W  carpets, new kitchen with  fridge & stove. 1-2 adults.  No pets. 885-2198. ;���;:     #9  4 bdrm. semi-waterfront  near Lower Gibsons completely turn. Avail. May T  or June 1. Reasonable rent  to responsible adults.  Refs.Ph.886:8072. #9  Deluxe penthouse apt.  with app. 1,400 sq. ft. of  living area. Blue .plush  carp, stairway leading up  to a 151/2 x24' Iv. rm., blue  w/w, 44' Rosewood feature  wall, wall of stonework  with hooded elec. F.P.,  swag lamps, uphol. wet  bar with colonial stools,  sliding glass doors open.-  ing onto deck, featuring  spiral stairway, 3 Ige.  bdrms., van. bath; With jg.  gilt mirror, Open cabinet  kit.; dn. rm. with crystal  ���chandelier   &   mirrored  f planters^ lovely drapes  throughout,   view,/ col.  rappliA 886-9352. Due to  location the rent has been  redifced;tb;$^ #10  3 bedroom trailer 2 year  old"W/Drs/F,; D/W/^ear  Cedar Grove -Sch.  886-2520. #9  These 3 beautiful 3 bdrm.  suites renting at $450 per  month have been reduced  to $350 per month due to  the location. 20 rnlns.  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.  #9  Granthams Landing, sunny, waterfront, furnished  cottage. 1 year lease. $400  per month. 886-9123.    #10  Hopkins, view, 3 bdrm.,  cable, 4 appl., H.W. heat,  carpets, drapes, bsmt.,  $418. 922-5395 or eve.  886-7079. #8  2 bdrm. on Hillcrest Ave.,  Gibsons. , Furnished,  washer & dryer. $375..  885-2437. #9  &.  Person with green thumb  required to put in shape &  maintain Grantham's WF  rock garden. Hrs. &  ^enumeration to be  ; discussed. Older person  preferred, 886-8284.     #10  Would like to hire  bulldozer & driver for 1-2  wks. work land leveling.  Long Bay, Gambier Island.  Call John 685-5111.        #9  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  Two full-time sales people  for Sunshine Coast. Hard  working & self-motivated,  up to $40,000, car'essential, exp. helpful but not  necessary. Phone collect  430-3277. TFN  U D Tax Service. Income  Tax preparation office  located above Gibsons  Bldg. Supplies. Basic  return $13.00 Comm.  Feb. 1, 9:30-5:00 bus. tel.  to follow. Res. 886-7498.  Bus. 886-8616. #8  I need a job, any kind of  work! 886-9634 or- 886-  8768. #10  Have heavy duty wood  splitter - will travel.  Reasonable rates.  886-7237. #9  Backhoe available for ditching, etc. 886-8751 or  886-9581. #9  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.; 7 ;      #8  SIMtSCREEN  T-Shirts - Posters  Stickers - Banners  Complete Graphics Service  885-7493  DRYWALL  Taping, texturing, repairs,  renovations, free estimates. 886-7484.      .    "#9  JOHN'S BRICK & STONE  Quality; work, ali types including repairs.  Reasonable rates. Free  estimates. 885-7228.    #10  CARPENTER  Renovations, framing,  siding, etc. Free est.  Phone 886-7507. #8  SINGLE PIANO LESSONS  All ages. Tech., theory &;  compos, incl. I Petersohn,  West Sechelt. 885-2546.  ���;.7;--V.     #14  Roofing, siding, all types  carp, work, new or repairs,.  ret. walls. 886-2737.       #8  Framing, concrete, electrical, finishing. $11/hr.  Les, 885-5406. ^v #8  Roofing, carports,' additions new or refoofing,  reas. rates. Avail, imm.,  885-5206. #8  I am 4 months pregnant  and desperately need  work. Call 885-7448. Thank  you.   .;,;; #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. Nlmmo, Cemetery  Road, Gibsons. Phone  886-7778. Howe Sound  Farmer Institute.        TFN  t'  *t**  Help! i am looking for old,  unwanted furniture for a  friend in need; a bed,  dresser, couch, kitchen  table, chairs, a lamp, old  pots and pans...would be  very helpful. Call Sonia,  886-9761. #10  Waterfront property with  moorage. Halfmoon Bay  to Secret Cove. Write Box  116, c/o Coast News, Box  460, Gibsons, B.C.        #10  Ensemble Theatre needs  household paints & 4 plain  bed sheets. 886-9767.    #8  Engineers protractor with  centering stand and rule.  Two, 4 or 5 drawer chests  for bedroom. Coffee table.  Must be in good cond.  886-9039. #8  Pet & house sitter needed  3-4 wks. as soon as possible. Person must be truly  committed to care for cats  & dogs. Call 885-3474 9  a.m.-4p.m. #8  Dry storage for household  goods & furniture.  885-3618 eves. #8  Queen size bed, excellent  mattress; $150. Panasonic  mini-cassette^recorder,  cost $60rsell for $40. 1-6  ply tire, 600x14 new, $20.2  rubber truck mud flaps,  new, $10. Ph. 886-2512.  ���.:. 7#8  20% Off  Office &  ���School  Supplies  Art & Drafting  Supplies  Cowrie St. Sechelt  88S-1SX7  OH fired hot water tank.  Exc. cond; Best offer.  883-9081. #9  1980 Z28 TTops 4 speed  $6,800 or $3,500 and take  over payments. Ph.  883-2471. #9  1982 MODELS  1 -Lawn Flite  $269.00  $199.00  2 -Self  Propelled Brute  $399.00  $299.00  2 ��� Canadians  $339.00  $259.00  ���tiM-BMABtCS  TM fnji Ml YMattanp.  MUIH  MH1H  Gibsons  NILMNfi SlffPUES OB.  70 yards of brown carpet.  Will sell for $19.95 sq. yd.  Worth    $27    sq.    yd.  886-7112.       ,'':���:���:/������:        **  Peace River honey - unpasteurized, for sale.  886-2604. TFN  Pioneer car stereo, power  amp, FM, $300. Men's  bicycle, exc. cond. 10 spd.,  $80.885-9543. #9  $55 Maple firewood. Semi-  dry,   %   ton  truck  load,  split, delivered. 886-7589.  #9  madeira  Appliances  have good guaranteed  rebuilt appliances.  Less than half  Call       new price'  Collect Mj�� ttftllO  FIREWOOD  Split, dry���Alder, Fir,  Cedar. U-pick-up $65.  Deliv. $15. 886-9480.  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, etc.  Keel, coolers. 886-2096. #9  Carpet  ���   Tile  Sheet Vinyl  'g&Ttt %4AUaU����u  885-2923  885-3681 Eves.  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  PROFESSIONAL  BOOKKEEPING  & ACCOUNTING  886-8003  Lg. Franklin st. $75.. Sz. 7  Bauer skis, (new) $25. 327  V8 gd. cond., $100.  886-8549. #9  $$$SAVE$$$  Freight damaged appliances: stoves; fridges,  washers, dryers, deep  freezes/microwaves, TVs,  stereos, videos, etc. Fuljy  guaranteed. New & used  appliances, lowest prices  guaranteed. 1119 W.14th  St., N. Van. 980-4848.   #12  QUALITY RED CEDAR  $345 per M. Board Ft.  1x4 10c per lin. ft.  1x6 16c oar lin. ft.  1x8 23* per lin. ft.  1x10 28* per lin. It.  2x3 14* per lin. ft.  2x4 18c per lin. ft.  2x6 34* per lin. ft.  2x8 46* per lin. ft.  2x10 57* per lin. ft.  4x4 46* per lin. ft.  Mill ��� 885-2112 Weekdays  Trout Lake Rd., Halfmoon  Bay 885-9782 or 885-9394,  other. ���_ TFN  SALE  ���  Starts March 1st ���  :^y*$ioo  V.  BUILDING  SUPPLIESi  ��� Hwy. 101 J  ��� 883-9551 ���  ���>�����������������������������������������  Washer & Dryer. Work just  fine. $150. Phone 886-2673  after 5:30. #8  Rabbit breed stock sale!  Now only $7. Fresh meat,  $1.25 per Ib. Manure $2 per  bag. Orchid Greenhouse.  886-3831 8 a.m.-12 p.m., 6  p.m.-9 p.m. #10  Solid state 60 watt  receiver with 8 track $25.  Ladies full length leather  coat size 34-36 chest,  perfect cond., $90.  886-9039. #8  SHAKLEE PRODUCTS  Biodegradable Cleaners  Natural Food Supplements  Organic Personal Care  Products  Ph. 886-7039. #10 ��*\;:'  News, February 21,1983  ��>      ?" i "        �������_��'  <?i  I  _  1  FENCING  MATERIAL  1x4-6'  Treated Hem  ea. ���  49  1x6 - 6'  Treated Hem  ea.  .54  1x10-6'  Treated Hem  ea  .79  2x4 -5', 6', T  Utility Cedar Shorts  a 1 UVFt.  LUMBER  2x6 Utility Fir  . I Oc/Ft. or  s160.00  M  2x8 Utility Fir  . Tue/Ft. or  s135.00  M  2x10 Utility Fir  . ZOc/Ft. or  $120.����  M  2x10Std.&Btr.Hem  ���'u9c/Ft..or  $234.00  M  PAINT  Interior Flat Latex  White /Gallon  ���:>1t.99  Olympic Stain  -AllColours   /Gallon  $18.95  GARAGE  DOORS  9x7 Metal  ea.  00  PLYWOOD  3/8Ranchwall  $1Q99  ROOFING  210Sq.Butt  -All colours    /Bdle.  $11."  1x6 Cedar Shiplap  .20/f,  Firewood for Sale  Dry, split   fir, u-pick up.  $60 full cord. 884-5313.   #9  Goldilocks model Fisher  stove. $650.883-2419.    #9  Moffat deluxe apt. size  stove, exc. cond., $70.  886-7143. #8!  The Play Pen Kid's Equip.  885-2373. City prices on all  stock; Answering unit  records calls when busy.  Phone anytime. No high-  pitch selling. Try us.    #10  The Play Pen, 885-2373..  Diaper Sale. Flannelette,  $15.49, reg. $17.99. Curity  $16.99, reg. $18.99 Order  now. #8|  The Play Pen, 885-2373.|  Sale Snugli travel crib;  $39.95, reg. $60.00, blue,:  ltd. mo. 10% off all Snugli  items. *8  ���79 fully equipped camper,  8' Okanagan, 3-way frig.,  furnace, roof racks, Best  offer 4akes It. Freezer $250  obo.886-8779. #8  SATELLITE SYSTEMS  From $2,595, Hotels,  Motels & Logging Camps  rent or lease from  $129/rnon. ,Green Onion  Stereo, Port -Mel|on,  884-5240. TFN  New Admiral dishwasher,  886-2978 at noon or after 5'  p.m. X;X..rr���'.���''���;." X ���':*8.  Multicycle Jcigijjs   auto*  ^vasher $295. Guaranteed  & delivered. 883-2648; TFN  FIREWOOD [  FOR SALE ,(���  Ole Storvold, 886-3921'.  #9L  2 pick-up rear bumpers for.  Ford P.U., front bumpers  as new. 1 custom build  food smoker 30"x30"x80".  1 Rockwell wood turning  lathe. 1 double fiberglass  laundry tub. Or will trade  FWHY. Need band saw.  886-7539. #8  Large, upright Kenmore  freezer, $220. Yellow  bedroom curtains, thermal. G.E. older  dishwasher. All obo.  886-3915. #8  20 gal. glass/rattan wine  carboy, $30. New  2'6"x6'6" rot. mahog. door  c/w jamb & hdwe., $45.  886-2840. #8  Thumbelina- spining  wheel, extras, $120 obo.  300' or more 160 PSI water  line tubing, $75. Bracket  for trolling motor, $35. 200  old bricks, 20* each.  886-7661. #8  Pool table and ace. 4x8,  $300.886-2678. #8  Argosheen carpet cleaning business for sale. T.  Sinclair. 885-9327. #9  Horse manure, $20 a pickup load. 885-3153.        #10  1-3/4   bed, spring & mat-,  tress,    $40.    1-single  dresser, $40.  1-chesterfield & chair in  excellent condition, $125.  Phone 886-9504 after 5  p.m. 1-stainless steel kitchen sink & fawcet (new),  $50. #8  Topsoil, 12 yards $72 +  delivery. Also mushroom  manure.$25 a pick-up load.  Have 1 ton, will travel.  885-2592 or 885-3857.   #10  1972   Toyota  886-9482.  $750.  Call  #10  1968 GMC half ton, good  mech. condition. $400  obo. 886-9503! #8  1968 Volvo station wagon,  very good condition.  $1,600,886-8223. #10  1970 VW square back.  Body in fair cond. Runs  well. $1,400.886-9192. #10  1982 Subaru, sunroof,  cruise control, PS, tape  deck, quad, speakers, tilt  steering, electric windows. Call 886-7133 or  886-7330. ,   #10  1970 Buick Skylark two  door HT. Looks good,  starts good, runs good.  885-2334. #10  '73 Dodge Dart, $250.  886-9181 after 5. #8  Moving, must sell. 21 ft.  sailboat with cabin, needs  some fixing. Will sell for  $750 obo. 886-7075.        #9  10   ft.   fiberglass  boat.  Good  condition.  $175.  886-9192.  '���. '.-X ���'  #8  Bell   14*  sailboat  w/trlr.  Sloop  rig  fibergla  ss on  mahog.  $850  firm.  886-8482.  #8  Att. boat owners. Will  custom build aluminum  tanks, 'railings, masts,  towboats, etc. Call L.H.  Welding, 886-9625 "THE  ALUMINUM SHOP" ;     #8  24' fibreform 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.  #9  1977 Subaru GF 1600, 5  speed, radials, snow.and  summer, AM/FM, 30 mpg.,  $2,220 obo. 886-2929 or  886-8217. #10  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  1973 Datsun PU 1600, 4  spd, recent valve grind,1  new ; front fenders, new  paint, good tires. $1,995  obo. 886-2929 or 886-8217.  #10  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 Vz 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  1971    MGB,   red,   good  shape all around. $3,500  883-9965.  #8  obo. 883-9343,  Gibsons  canopy.  886-2840.  coach   pick-up  $100     obo.  #8  1972 Firebird 400 CI reb.  super T1 OX trans. Front  end and dash disassembled. Many spare parts. All  reasonable offers considered. Ph. 886-7350  Mark. #9  1970 GTO 4 spd. LT1350.  Trade   W.H.Y   or   cash..  885-5405.   '60   Austin!  Healey bug eye,  trade for W.H.Y.?  $800 orj  #9|  SALE    1980   Chev   P/U|  $4,495.   1980   Chev.   van:  $4,395.   1976   Cordoba  $3,395.   Phone   886-2929.  D7424. #9  Willys     Jeep     1956.  886-9039.  #8  1971 351 , 2 barrel;  cleavfand & tranny, 75,000  original miles, runs exc,  $200,886-8039. #10  1971 Volvo 142, good  dependable car, snows on  rims, $1,000 firm.  886-8048. #8  1974 Ford Torino St. Wag.  Good cond.. $750 obo.  Phone886-2975 #9  1972 Fiat sedan; clean interior, engine seized, $300  firm. 885-3847. #8  1977 Chevy V* ton 350 V8  automatic, PB, PS, blue,  $3,250.886-7111. Excellent  mechanical cond.      TFN  ���77 750 Honda, 14,305  miles, good rubber, new  chain, SW shocks, header,  new points, new rear  spokes, $1,600 obo.  886-8306. #8  Sell or Trade: 78 GS1000E  Suzuki, exc. cond., $2,200  for boat, offers.  886-2705.    -.".  Wanted: Moorage for 24'  cruiser in Secret Cove  area. April thru October.  Write Box 1730, Gibsons.  #10  HIGGS MARINE  SURVEYS LTD  insurance Claims  Condition and Valuation  Surveys  Phone885-9425  or 885-3643  For sale or for rent: 1976  11' Vanguard camper.  Also 23' motorhome.  886-9872 after 6 p.m.   TFN  24' trailer. Fully equip.,  exc. cond. $4,200.  883-9361. #10  Wish to rent travel trlr.  (min. 4 sleeping) for week  Mar. 27.sReas. rate.  885-2102. #8  1974 Holldalre Travei  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  17V_ ft. Grew 70 HP.  Evinrude, trailer exc; condition, $3,200.886-7854. #9  Motorhome for rent,  sleeps 7. $300 per week.  10* per km. Still available,  for spring break. 886-9411.  #8  10x50, new carpet, paint &  lino, electric heat, $11,000.  886-8393. #9  >^*^-';-:  Barber   shop   for   sal*,-  some styling. On beautifu'.  Sunshine Coast in  Sechelt. Very good fishing  area, excellent business,  established 25 years.  Owner retiring. Phone  885-2027. #8  Flowers and Gifts. Prime  location in Victoria. Owner  has otherX business interests. Private sale.  Serious inquiries only  please. Write Dept. "C",  Driftwood, Box 250,  Ganges, B.C. V0S1EO.   #8  Unreserved Auction Saturday, March 19, 9:30 a.m.  Siegs Motors, Brooks,  Alberta (403) 362-2476. 15  tractors, 11 combines,  drills, trucks, swathers,  augers, equipment supplies. Charitons Auction, <  Brooks, Alberta. Phone  (403)362-2972. #9  Property for sale. Prime  Commercial Property ;'on  main street in the progressing town of Rimbey,  Alberta. One parcel contains 105 foot frontage  and one parcel contains  152 foot frontage. Both  properties on main  highway location. Contact  Stan Shoemaker, Box 260,  Rimbey, Alberta TOC2J0.  Phone (403) 843-2258.     #9  500 Name and Address  labels $5. Printed in -our  shop. Popular Press, 2737  Heald Road, Shawnigan  Lake, B.C. V0R 2W0.  Please send payment with  order. #9  ..i^Main  Lighting Fixtures.  Western Canada's largest  display. Wholesale and  retail. Free catalogues  available. ��� Norburn  Lighting Centre Inc., 4600  East Hastings Street, Burnaby, B.C. V5C 2K5. Phone  299-0666.    > TFN  Woodstoves: Efficiency  greatly increased,  creosote formation greatly reduced with catalytic  cornbustor retrofit unit for  most a|l airtights. Under  $200 delivered. Easy installation. Dealer inquiries  invited. Buck Haven, Box  337, Trail, B.C. Phone  367-7822. #8  School of Hydroponic  Gardening. Hydroponic  Gardening correspondence courses now available from the only school  in Canada. The School of  Hydroponic Gardening,  1227 West 8th Ave, Vancouver, B.C; V6H 1C7.  Phone 736-1836. #8  Established        South  Okanagan. New used sewing machine sales,  repairs, notions. Includes  machines, furniture, notions, spare parts, accessories, cash register,  counters, displays, tools.  1973 Ford van. Repair  training available. $12,000  approximately. Phone  498-2355 after 6 p.m. only.  ������'��������������� #8  Portable Sawmill 3 bunk  carriage 14'52" headsaw,  Coutts Edger, 671 Timmy  diesel power unit, 5th  wheel hook-up, ail on steel  frame. Price $23,000.  Phone 579-5720. #8  If you enjoy year-round  gardening in an aluminum  and glass greenhouse,  write for free brochure to:  B.C. Greenhouse Builders,  7425 Hedley Ave., Burnaby, B.C. V5E2R1. .     #8  Get Spicey! Meet a secret  new friend by mail: Penpal  Club for Adults. For free  information, sent stamp  to: Exchange, Box 1577,  Qualicum, B.C. V0R 2T0.  #8  Earn Money Nowl Learn  Income Tax preparation  by correspondence. Free  brochure, no obligation. U  & R Tax Schools, 1148  ,_... St., Winnlpeg^Man.  **Vt2W3S6. "  #8  Hotel        for        sale:  Southwestern Manitoba.  Clean operation, excellent  building, banquet  facilities, living quarters.  Turning $600,000 plus.  ^Hunting, fishing, golf,  sports. Asking 1.1 by  owner. Phone 112-204-548-  2018. #8  How to play Popular  Piano! New home study  course. Fast, easy  method. Guaranteed. For  free information write:  Studio C0221, Russell &  Associates, 10060-102  Ave., Fort St. John, B.C.  V1J2E2. #8  Truckload Lots: Southern  '; Alberta arid B.C. Interior  Alfalfa. Alfalfa/Grass mix  baled or chopped. Call  Northwest Alfalfa Products, J. Verdonk,  794-7766, Chilliwack, B.C.  #8  Aggressive   Insurance  Agency looking for Commercial/Personal   Lines  Producer.   Must   be   experienced arid self-starter.  : Remuneration negotiable,  include resume and salary  "expected. Write Box 180,  c/o   Tribune,   Williams  Lake, B.C. V2G1Y8.       #8  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  %  i��& A :*&tik  a  ^  ��*  *<3*��*S*S*5-S>M  <b.  ^w   to that lively, informative   +q  ^ : Sunshine '..-,ijL  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 pe* year, $18.00 ��or six months.  U.S.A; $32.00 per year, Oversea*: $32.00 per year.  Mail to:  (The Coast News,  Circulation Dept.,  Box 460,  Gibsons^ B.C.  V0N1V0  NAME____  ADDRESS  CITY    -,������' -  PROVINCE  CODE.,   y  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 arid  Retail. Free Catalogues;  Ocean Pacific Fan Gllery  Inc.; 4600 East Hastings  Street, Burnaby, B.C. V5C  2K5. Phone 112-299-0666.  ;tfn  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  Don't Reply ��� Unless you  consider yourself to. be  among the top 5% in  direct sales, or have the  sincere desire to be, with  assistance from our professional training programme'. UNPRECEDENTED DEMAND for  Basic Home Security  Systems! Have confidence in selling only  high quality Canadian products. Reply in confidence  to: Marketing Director, Intercept Protection Services Ltd., Box 2, Tappen,  B:c.VOE2X0. #8  Free Booklet! "How To  Rid Your Community Of  Pornography". Write,  Committee Against Pornography, Box 4779,  Williams Lake, B.C. V2G  :2V8.    .''\ryy-:::,::;m  Welsh Society of Vancouver Is holding St.  David's Day Dinner Dance.  Hotel Vancouver, Saturday, March 12. Also  featured: Welsh; Men's  Choir. Contact 437-0304 or  926-2994. #8  Sinclair ZX81 with 16K  memory, 225 plus tax,  postage delivered $250.  Apache Computer  Systems, 543 6th Street,  Courtenay, B.C. V9N 1M5:  Visa, call 338-7623. No  C.O.D. #8  Exciting career as a travel  agent   or   tour   director  awaits you. Professionally  prepared correspondence  courses with voiced instruction: Travel Training  Centre,:#J2-i583 Pemberton, North Vancouver, B.C.  V7P2S3. #8  Club Manager/Barman for  9-hole golf course. State  experience, qualifications  and references. Write  Seven Hills Golf and  Country Club, Box 2310,  Port Hardy, B.C. V0N.2P0.  #8  Spring promotion now on  10x10 Greenhouse, only  $150. Retailers welcome  and needed. The best  greenhouse deal in  Canada. Hundreds in use.  Western Water��� Farms,  1234 Seymour St., Vancouver, B.C. V6B 3N9.  Phone 682-6636. #8  '^"  JP^^ISl* .,$#"?"���  Start your own  Hydroponic Business. We  supply everything you  need including training.  No franchise fees. Complete gardens, kits,  nutrients, seeds, books,  equipment, greenhouses  and metal halide lights.  Western Water Farms,  1234 Seymour St., Vancouver, B.C. V6B 3N9.  Phone 682-6636. #8   "i"  Best deal in town. Vz ac.  lot. dea., found, for 1400  ft. rancher or bldg. permit.  Water conn., driveway,  close to Cedar Gr. Sc.  Everything for as Jow as  $32,900 or will build for  you. Phone 886-8545.     #8  Province of    :  British Columbia  Ministry of  Forests  NOTICE INVITING  APPLICATIONS  FOR TIMBER  SALE LICENCE  A16291  Pursuant to Section  16(1) of the Forest Act,  there will be offered for  sale at public auction by  the District-Manager at  Sechelt at 1:30p:m.on  March 14-^ 1983; a  Timber Sale Licence to  authorize the harvesting  of 3 680 cubic metres of  Fir, Hemlock, Cedar &  Other Species, located  ;at Granville Bay,  Hotham Sound, New  Westrnirister Land  District;  Term: Two (2) Years.  Provided anyone who is  unable to attend the  auction in person may ���  submit a sealed tender,  to be; opened at.the hour  of auction 'and treated  as one bid. Details of  th�� proposed; timber  Sale Licence may be  obtained / from the  Regional Manager, B;C.  Forest Service,, 4595  Canada Way, Burnaby,  BC. V5G 4L9; or the  District Manager, B.C.  Forest Service, Box  4000, Sechelt, B.C..  VON 3A0   GEBSONS  X  2600 sq. ft. Family H6ma on  quiet cul-de-sac. 2 levels on  landscaped lot with fantastic  view of Howe Sound. Close to  schools and shopping. 3 bdrm.,  Ige. living room w/ F.P., Oak kitchen, Ige. laundry room, 2V4  baths, rec. room w/alrtight, office/den, loads of storage, Ige.  sundeck, Ideal for rev. or  mother-in-law suite, many extras. Asking $138,000 assum.  1st @ 12.75%.  Forappt. phone 886-2378  or Van. 689-1282 *  For Sale by Owner. 3  bedroom rancher King Rd.  Utilities inc., garage,  wood stove (LR). $65,900.  885-9458. #8  Wooded lot for sale. Parklike setting, beach access,  all services. Manatee Rd.,  Roberts Creek. 72V2X105.  $37,500v Some financing  available at ^5%.  885-2331. TFN  Sacrifice sale, owner built,  1625 sq. ft. rancher.2x6 airtight, I1/, bath., sep.  shower,-$65,500. 886-8597.  .".- ''"*9.:  Chaster Rd. 2 lots 73x147,  82x131: $19,600 ea, obo.  885-9297. #9  Bonniebrook Heights lot  #26 for sale by owner. Offers or will build to suit.  Rh. 872-5523,321-8630. #10  drafting:  }XX6-7442i  GAffAGESALES /  L������il^i-^y^  ^NDiSE  The Sunshine Coast News  reserves the right to classify  advertisements under appropriate headings and determine page location. The Sunshine.: 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 per 3 line insertion. Each  additional line $1.00.   Use  bur  economical;3;;  weeks for th* price of 2 rate, Pre-pay your ad  lor 2 weeks & get the.third week FREE ' .���  THE FOLLOWING CLASSIFICATIONS  .';':. 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For Rent, etc.  L..-.-.-  i  i  J  "<c,;: ��|l*-;^'��it|��'iwy���'gj^_tai  : >>*  l-;  ft  In Sechelt  Coast News, February 21,1983  15.  by Jack MacLeod  The club's announcement pf  the February 2 meeting strongly indicated that members and  visitors who planned to be present would enjoy a rewarding  evening. That indication was  ; completely justified.  Mr. Bernard Moore brought  a message to the audience that  -was knowledgeable, ���infor-"  jrnative,  and delivered in a  ^refreshingly informal manner.  (He first spoke of the seed  - packets now appearing in the  7 stores. They will be regarded as  'I this year's seeds, but might they  Xbe,left overs from last year? .  Seeds.lose their vitality if held  ���oyer,  especially Jn paper  packets, but some seed suppliers are now using foil containers which offer more protection for retention of the  seed's vigour. More expensive,  but worth it.  Many readers will have  already bought seeds but the  urge to get therri into soil i be it  in the house or greenhouse,  must be curbed as before long  they must be transplanted outside. We are experiencing an  unusually warm winter (up to  /date) but the air can change  from warm to cold in a very  short time and the soil out there  is too cold for young seedlings.  The birds, the bugs and the  slugs are also aware of the  warm spell and are on the prowl  for some tender goodies. Don't  let them have a gourmet feast at  your expense by planting too  early, but wait until these invaders have put on some fat  from someone else's yard.  Recently the garden writer in  the Province suggested May or  June for transplanting, but  some seeds can be put out  before these dates., much  before. A very good book on  gardening is The Pacific  Gardener by A.R. Willis, written especially for the Pacific  Northwest. It has sections  devoted to the various times of  seeding and setting out young  plants; ���  Mr. Moore related a story of  his tomato crop. He noticed  one day that his next door  "neighbour was harvesting his  tomatoes into a small pail. Mr.  Moore rushed out and also  picked his first crop of  tomatoes filling a wheelbarrow! On the way back to the  house he engaged his neighbour  in conversation, keeping the  laden barrow in full sight. His  Things are beginning to happen at the United Church in  Davis Bay as plans fdr a new  addition to the building are  rapidly taking shape. The congregation worshipped for^^^  last time on Sunday, February  13,;.yin the little church built  " more .than 35 years ago and the  next day St; John's was cleared  of most 6f its furnishings to  make: way for the workmen  who /"are to remodel the old  structure and build a new sanctuary. ;- '\ '���;..-���  The; first signs of change  came when some large trees  jwer^feliedv the vestibule came  ;j6Uthe c]hur^eMrance;and excavations for footings left the  corner lot hard to recognize.  St; John's has accepted an  invitation from Gibsons  United Church to use their  building for combined services  for the duration of construction. Commencing February 20  each Sunday at 10:30 a.m. car-  pooling at St. John's will ensure transportation for- all in  good time for the Gibsons  11:15 service which will be con-  ducted by the minister,  Reverend Alex Reid. Unfortunately Sunday School and Infant Care will have to be terminated at Davis Bay but these  will resume as soon as possible  in improved and enlarged  facilities.  Dudley Taylor, chairman of  the Building Committee, is optimistic work on the addition  will proceed rapidly baring unforeseen difficulties.  Easter Sunday should see the  new sanctuary filled to capacity- :'"���.���     :;  West Howe Sound Pastoral  Sound of the United Church  held its annual meeting  February 2, 1983 when appreciation was expressed for  the work pf the Old executive  and elections were held for new  officers. The chairman of the  1983 official board is Ray  Fleming of Sechelt, while vice-  chairman is Art Clarke of Gib- ���"���  .sons;.;.-',-.., ;; :.ry,,,yr y^r:-.  On February 22 the: Pastoral  Charge minister, Alex Reid j  will attend the monthly meeting  pf Vancouver-Burrard  Presbytery and then will be at  Vancouver School pf Theology  for a week of study leave. The  Reverend Ted Dinsley of  Roberts Creek will conduct the  Worship Service on February  27, 1983 in the United Church  on Glassford Road in Gibsons.  Ted Dinsley is highly respected ;  by all who know him on the:  Sunshine Coast. This United  Church clergyman has not  slowed down in retirement and  his contribution to the community as a volunteer in many  capacities marks him as a continuing good citizen.  THE UNITED CHURCH  OF CANADA  Sunday Worship Services   .  Effective Feb. 20, 1983  During St. John's Construction  Combined 11:15 a.m. Service  in Gibsons UnitedChurch  Glassford Road  Gibsons Sunday School 9:30 a.m.  " Rev. Alex G. Reid  Church Telephone: 886-2333  ST. BARTHOLOMEW &  -     ST.AIDAN  ANGLICAN CHURCHES  : Parish Family Eucharist  10:00 am  St. Bartholomew, Gibsons V  12:00   -���',���  St.: Aidan, Roberts Creek  SEVENTH-DAY  V   ADVENTIST CHURCH  Sabbath School Saturday  '   9:30 am  Hour of Worship Sat: 11 am  Browning Rd. & Hwy 101  Pastor: J. Popowich  Everyone Welcome  For information phone:  885-9750 or 883-2736  CALVARY  BAPTIST CHURCH  Park Rd, Gibsons'  Pastor: Harold Andrews  Res: 886-9163  Church: 886-2611  Sunday School 9:30 am  Morning Service 11:00 am  Gospel Service 7:00 pm  -   Prayer & Bible Study  ���Thursday 7:00 pm  GRACE REFORMED  COMMUNITY CHURCH  Secheit Elementary School  11:00 am' 885-5635  GIBSONS PENTECOSTAL  CHURCH  Cedar Grove School  Chaster. Road, Gibsons  Senior Pastor: Ted Boodle .  George Marshall,     ',  Visitation Minister      .  Sunday School 9:30 am  Morning Worship 11:00 am  Evening Fellowship 6:00 pm'  Home Bible Study    ���  Phone 886-9482 or      ���  ;   886-7107  Affiliated with the  Pentecostal Assemblies  of Canada  GLAD TIDINGS  TABERNACLE  Gower Point Road  Phone:886-2660  Worship Service 10 am  Evening Fellowship 6:00 pm  Wednesday School 7:00 pm  Pastor: Dave Shinness  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY SERVICES  Sunday Service & Sunday School 11:30 am  Wednesday 8:00 p.m.  Until further notice all Services in Seventh Day Adventist Church,  Browning Rd. 885-2506 Or 886-7882  purpose was not to destroy a  valued friendship, but it  became the launching pad for a  discussion on soils and how to  improve them. Luckily we got  this dissertation too.  His. high yield crop of  tomatoes came from a bed of  good, very good, soil. That soil  was created, not found. True  there is a layer of good soil called topsoil put in place by  Nature, but it is scarce and ex-[  pensive. Therefore Mr. Moore;  had to build up and supply -a-  large quantity of nutrients \o  his soil in order to get optimum;  results."  One essential part of gardening practice is the building of a  compost heap. It is 7a rich;  source of nutrients'Irxym-  vegetation, animal manure,,  kitchen wastes, such as coffee;  grounds .leftovers,   and'  vegetable parings. From the  yard come grass clippings and  leaves, with a layer of soil in  between   each   addition.  Seaweed is a rich addition to the!  compost as it contains much  nitrogen, potassium and the  important trace elements such i  as manganese, boron, copper,  zinc, etc. Bonemeai is also a  good addition with the seaweed  and the compost heap when  rotted down will add richly to  your wheelbarrow loads of  flowers and vegetables...  especially tomatoes.  Plants have different needs  in order to produce top results, X  and a compost heap may not be  rich in nitrogen, for instance,:  so a visit to a nursery or plant;  store will enable you to get-a  fertilizer to make up the deficiency. The proprietor will be  able to help you in this regard.  This reporter not only enjoyed hearing Mr. Moore, but  was very pleasantly surprised to,  be awarded a Life Membership?  in the Sechelt Garden Club. j\  Other life members areFrank  and Nancy Read, and Ena C.  Harrold.  One of our members, Sylvia  Blackwell, who is an expert in  the art of cake decoration,  presented Mr. Moore with a  large cake, complete with  fence, grass and a garden plot,  all made, of course, with tasty  confections. Mr. Moore was  delighted and called for a knife  so we all enjoyed sharing his  gift.  Mr. and Mrs. Frank Campbell of Gibsons kindly invited  our speaker to be their overnight guest. The crowd of just  under 100 who attended the  meeting were well rewarded to  judge by the remarks heard at  the tea time. -X-  Call the Moving Specialists  Member of      ^dALLIED...  The Careful Movers  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER LTD.  Custom Packing, Storage, Local & Long Distance Moving  HWY. 101. GIBSONS 800-2664  l<71  THIS YEAR,  DOIT  1983 INSURANCE AND LICENCE  ^  '/  THE  EASY WAY!  1. Avoid line-ups and delays.  2. Bring your signed renewal notice to us now.  3. We will make sure ICBC has included  all your discounts.  4. Leave a post-dated cheque with us.  5. Pick up your decal on the day you need it.  6. Financing available.  All this convenience at NO EXTRA COST to you!1  All Lines of Insurance Notary Public  886-2000 886-8212  Sunnycrest Shopping Center, Outside Mall  i    ,.-���..��  ONNEW'83FORD,MERCURY  AND LINCOLN CARS  ���AND FORD LIGHT TRUCKS  UNTILMARCH 31/83.  At this rate../  don't wait!  Makeyour'bestdealonaqualitybuiltcaror  I ight truck, then top it off with the great low  12.9% finance'rate, during the program  period, Jar); 3rd through March 31st, 1983.  Participating dealers Can arrange this low  rateonthefullamounttobefinancedforthe  term of the contract through participating  financialinstltutions.  Qualified buyerscantakeadvantageof this  low financing by placing their factory  orders by February 28th for delivery  anytime. Or by.taklng delivery from their  dealer's stock before March 31st, 1983.  . V   '83Thunderbird. Cougar and Bronco II not  ���'���'   included.'' "     '.  EXAMPLES Of SAVINGS IN THE HUNDREDS  FINANCE  RATE  18%  16%  YOU  SAVE  with  12  ���9 /c  $996,96  $600.00  This is an example of a typical 48 month contract: total cash price ol*���.<���  with a S2.000 down payment. Your monthly payment would be $234.99 at ib/0  finance rate, $226.72 at 16% finance rate, and only $214.22 at 12.9% finance  rate.  See your partcipatirig Ford or Mercury  dealer today for full details.  At Ford, Quality is Job 1.  Dealer 5936 WHARF ROAD, SECHELT  885-3281 WiJSWfcWSWT^  Coast News, February 21,1983  At Gibsons Council  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  Luke McDonnell, Box 29, Halfmoon Bay, who correctly located  the house in Halfmoon Bay. -. ���  Possibly within a year  Indians near independence  At last Tuesday's Gibsons  council meeting several letters  from local and provincial of-  . ficials were received concerning proposed boundary expansion and re-zoning but little  discussion resulted.:  The application for the inclusion of parts of District Lots  690 and 691 on Reed and  Cemetery Roads into the town  is at present being reviewed by  the Inspector of Municipalities. '��� ���  A letter from regional director of Area E, Jim Gurney,  stated his concerns over  "piecemenal boundary expansions" particularly as regards  water; supply and fire protection;.". .'���'' :':. V -���  He stated that "I do not op- .  pose expansion of "the town of  Gibsons, however, the practice  of piecemeal, linear expansion  creates considerable concern  .'../ The Sechelt Indian Band  ^council along with Gilbert Joe,  ^Graham Allen and Gordon  ^Anderson, presented a draft  r/proposal for its new Band Act  '3o the Sub-Committee on In-  Indian Self-Government of the  ^Standing Committee on Indian  '4 Affairs Policy last Tuesday,  ^February 15 at the Vancouver  vlndian Centre and it appears  ;;; that passage of the proposal in  ;��-the near future is a strong  ^'possibility.  j-* The optimism of the band  | council that passage of the act is  .!;a foregone conclusion is based  ' on the fact that not only is the  v Sechelt band the only one in  Canada to date to be invited to  appear before the subcommittee again in the near  future, but the sub-committee  itself voted unanimously to  recommend to parliament that  enabling legislation to permit  the Sechelt Band Act be passed.  The proposed Sechelt Indian  Band Act suggests four major  changes in current legislation  which would give the Sechelts  virtual self-government. These  major changes include: control  over band membership, allowing the band to decide who its  members are; legal title to  reserve land, which is currently  in the hands of the Department  of Indian Affairs; a phased-in  scheme which would bring all  Sechelt Indians, on and off the  reserve, into the income tax  system; and the establishment  of full local government status  with powers and structure  similar to a B.C. municipality  Even before the subcommittee's positive response  to the proposed act, Sechelt  band officials were optimistic  that enabling legislation^would  be in effect within a year. With  the unanimous approval given  the proposal Tuesday, passage  of the legislation may come  even sooner than expected.  Police news of the week  GIBSONS RCMP  ��On the 12th:   A vehicle was  ���responsible for damage done to  ���a fence located on Highway  101.  Police have no suspects.  On the 13th: A van and a car  parked on Fircrest Road were  vandalized overnight. Both  vehicles sustained scratches to  body paint. Two magnetic  signs valued at $200 were also  taken from the sides of the van  and have not yet been  recovered.  On the 14th: Some shock  mounts and mirrors were stolen  from a motorcycle parked on  Marine Drive. Articles taken  are valued at about $50.  A bicycle was stolen from a  Lower Gibsons residence. The  bike is valued at $100. A  description of the bike was not  available at press time.  On the 15th: There was an attempt to break and enter into a  residential trailer located in the  Roberts Creek area. An attempt was made to break the  lock of the trailer.  Four tires valued at $800 and  a Pioneer cassette deck and  speakers were stolen from a  residence located on the Port  Mellon highway.  ; A shed located on North  Rbad was broken into but  nothing appears to have been  .taken. The lock to the shed was  'damaged.  ^SECHELT RCMP:  I'On the 12th:   Damage to the  ^wharfinger's   office   was  reported from the Madeira  Park government wharf. The  /outside light of the building  was smashed. Willful damage-  was also done to the wharfinger's small working boat; the  ��� gas lines were pulled and gas  was spilled into the bilge.  Although only $30 worth of  damages was incurred, vandals  created a potentially dangerous  situation by spilling gas into the  boat.  On the 13th:'-An..attempt was  made to break into a vessel  moored at the Halfmoon Bay  wharf. It is not clear whether art  attempt was made to steal the  boat or to steal something from  the boat.  A summer cabin was broken  into and $200 worth of goods  were stolen. The cabin, located  in the Hotham Sound area appears to have been entered between January 1 and February  5. The articles taken were: an  axe, some food, a cooler, some  towels utensils and an extension cord.  On the 14th:   Damage was  done to a fence at the Royal  Reach Resorts in Porpoise Bay.;  Damage is estimated at about  ���$5o. . 'x'-yy rJy  Vandalism was reported  from a building in construction. The building, which will  be the new Senior Citizen's  Drop-in Centre, is located  Hook-up  A dispute arising from the  bill charged Ed Traff, owner of  the mobile home park on  Browning Road, for hooking  up a water line was discussed  for nearly an hour and a half at  last Thursday's regional board  public utilities committee  meeting.  The charge, sent to Traff in  May 1982, was for $4,639 for a  job that was estimated in  August 1981 to cost $2309.48.  Traff contended that the  regional board's charges were  so far out of line that he should  have an adjustment on the bill.  behind the Green" Court  building. Boards were' ripped  from the building by vandals  who appeared to have used the  premises as a drinking spot.  On the 15th: A white 1976  Chev van was stolen from  Jasper Road in West Sechelt  while parked overnight. The  vehicle has not yet beeri  recovered. ; /  Twenty-five dollars of gas  was syphoned from a pickTup  truck parked on Sechelt Inlet  Road in the Tuwanek area:  On the 17th: A five gallon gas  tank and the gas it contained  was stolen from Coho Marina.  Value of gas and tank is about  $40.  A residence on Beach  Avenue in Roberts'Creek was  broken into and a $2,000 stereo  was taken.  Two B.C. Department of  Highways flashing barricade's  were stolen. One was taken  from the flood area in Wilson  Creek and the other one was  taken from the area west of the  Peninsula Hotel.  KK)1  Jo  5 Year Term Subject to Change  THE ULTIMATE RRSP  National Life's ULTRANNUITY ll 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  885-3379  NATIONAL LIFE OF CANADA  He told the committee that  $928 in supervision and ad-'  ministration for a job that took  basically three days was exorbitant.  Traff further argued that a  small back hoe used on the job^  was used only part of the time it  was paid for.  Works Superintendent Gordon Dixon defended the  charges saying that rock and  ground water which could not  be anticipated at the time of the  estimate caused the job to be  more extensive than was first  thought.  Dixon said it is customary to  add a 25 percent supervision  and administration vcost to  waterhook up estimates.  Traff wondered aloud  whether a million dollar job  would require $250,000 in  supervision arid administration  charges.  The committee recommended Traff pay the bill within 60  : days and no interest charges  would be added.  si  tWANTEOH  " Used Furniture  and What Have You  UTS  USED FURNITURE  ii  Wrbuv Biht Bottles  886-2812  and conflict within the community. It would be preferable  that extension of boundaries  occur in a progressive, logical  manner with more involvement  by the affected public." The  letter was filed without discussion.  A letter of endorsement for  the efforts of the owners to  have the property annexed by  Gibsons was received from  Dale Eichar, the general  v manager of the Sunshine Coast  ���    Credit Union, whose property  abuts  the  other  lots  on  Cemetery Road.  X\    Proposed re-zoning of lots 5  > and 6, District Lot 690 in the  Payne Road area is meeting  with opposition  from the  Ministry of Municipal Affairs.  Council wishes to zone the lots  ,   R4 which allows for hobby far-  4   ming and similar uses. The  t   ministry is insisting that  ~ minimum lot size for this  should be five acres while the  town wants a minimum lot size  of two acres. Council hopes to  arrange a meeting with the  ministry to discuss what administrator Copeland described to the Coast News as "a  philosophical concern''.  "It is a question of whether  the town is to be run by outside  agencies," he said.  Small private business -���,  FORSALE  Related to sports fishing industry. Custom handcrafting and repair of fishing rods, tackle manufacturing, etc. Suitable for older, active person wishing to-  supplement fixed income. Excellent expansion potential for younger person or working couple. Sale price  includes registered trade name, equipment and training period. Stock at dealers cost.  Enquire Box 217, Madeira Park, B.C. VON 2H0  Drummand Insurance  for all your insurance needs  including  1983 INSURANCE AND LICENCE  JUST 1 WK. LEFT - AVOID LINE-UPS  It costs the same no matter  where,you get it, only our  service is better.  CEDAR PLAZA 886-7751 or 886-2807  GIBSONS  BUILDING  SUPPLIES LTtf^  PRESENTS A  DEMONSTRATION  Saturday, February 26  10 a.m. to 2 p.m.  ���m  t  m  odernAee  I TEXTURED FINISHES     *^  STUCCO  .v  ROLL IT  SPRAY IT  TROWEL IT  SPONGE IT  > ' 'Let us show you how easy it is to achieve a professional looking, textured  finish of your own design on ceilings or walls, inside or outside.  Available: inrWhite or Pastel tints. V  CREATIVE  I0NE-C0AT  TEXTURE  FINISHES  PREMIXED  H_|k. iW ^/tmmJMaw- mW  ....A.  ,' Vif     . 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