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 TV"."rnt Buildings  Victoria i ��-L-*  I?U�� Rod Cardm  COAST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  E S 7 A B I   I S H E D     19 4 5  February 7,1994 Volume 48 Issue 6  THFJKEEK  WITHIN  Gibsons pool  opening  rescheduled Q  ... yet again L  Flags raised in  recognition of  national heart,  stroke       A  month v  Yacht club  announces  spring       7  Local navy vet  recalls  bygone  days at sea  Pigs back on  track  with triumph 4 a  over Kats    it  BYPASS:  recommendations  expected forAA  'road to    22  nowhere'  mtm  Naval conference set to sail into Sechelt  by Don Anderson  Sunshine Coast businesses  and motel owners could see  more than a quarter of a million  dollars come their way in early  September.  That is the prediction of  retired World War II veteran  Ken Short, organizer of Ihe  Canadian Naval Veterans Association Western Branch convention that's scheduled for Sept. 9-  11 in Sechelt.  With more than 200 delegates  expected to attend, the convention will be the single largest  event of its kind on the Coast.  "I'd say it would be the  largest gathering in Sechelt, and  I'd like lo include the Sunshine  Coast," Short said. "We are a little nervous about how we are  going to handle all these people;  we are kind of limited here."  To date, the Sunshine Coast  Branch of the association has  booked roughly 200 rooms from  Davis Bay lo Sechelt for members and their wives. If that is  nol enough, delegates will be  shuttled to various meetings and  events in Sechelt from Gibsons  motels.  Members of some 23 branches of the association will take  part in activities ranging from a  pub night at the Royal Canadian  Legion, a fishing tour at  Skookumchuk and a parade to  the Cenotaph in Sechell.  The Sunshine Coast Branch  will send roughly 40 of its own  members to the convention.  "We are quite excited about  this. We think we can put on a  pretty good show for them,"  Short said.  News of the Branch's deci-,  sion to host the convention was  eagerly greeted by the Sechelt  Chamber of Commerce.  "As far as I'm concerned, I'm  delighted that a convention of  this magnitude is coming to the  I  i/   V.��tf  \ m \. t  .v*-**W  ~-��<v^  -mm*  ��t��T 'VJ3 '  The HMCS Ottawa H60, sunk I  September.  coast," said Chamber president  Gordon L..Wilsoiy"We ait.  going to do everything in our  power to help them out and  accommodate them." I  Wilson said the convention  will give the Coast much-needed  exposure and possibly lead to  111.91 In 1948. Naval veterans from across the country will converge on tlie Sumhlne Coast In  photo submitted  fliture hosting of similar-sized  ',,->'" we can accommodate  .i tfaiese people and it goes off real-  '   Iy well, there will be a lot of  conventions on the Sunshine  Coast," he said.  Similar gatherings have been  held in Calgary, Niagara Falls  and Kelowna. The Sunshine  Coast Branch is one of 40 individual branches located across  Canada.  It was organized four years  ago to assist Ihe Naval Sea  Cadets and raise funds for the  Seamen's Institution in Vancouver. Members ate traditionally  recognized for their eemributi���  to the Second World War, the  Korean War, Vietnam and volunteer reserves.  Please see Ken Short profile oa  pat*10  Second artificial reef planned for Sunshine Coast  by Don Anderson  The HMCS Chaudiere will soon have  an underwater counterpart.  The Artificial Reef Society of B.C. is  investigating locations off the Sunshine  Coast, particularly around Thormanby  Island, for the possible sinking of another  vessel for use as an artificial reef and diving park.  "Basically, whal we are doing is taking  a look at a number of sites," said Jay  Straiih, president of the sociely responsible  for the sinking of Ihe Chaudiere.  "The other weekend we were looking  around Thormanby (Island)."  Ever since the Chaudiere made ils  descent into Ihe waters of Kunechin Bay,  the society has been looking for additional  sites. Straiih said the society had already  investigated areas north and south of  Egerton and Fraser Rocks, and have scheduled sites near Pender Harbor for similar  investigation.  "Essentially we don't want to put  another one on the Inlet side. You'd be  wanting it outside of there," he said. "We  have people as far north as Powell River  and Lund saying they would like an artificial reef put in the area and we're working  our way Ihrough lhat."  Straiih believes a second artificial reef  would bring further economic benefits lo  the community. But before those benefits  are warranted, the society must consider  the impact of the artificial reef on populated areas, the routes taken by commercial  ships, temporary anchorages and sea life.  A "classic" artificial reef consists of a  sand, mud, and shale bottom with very little marine life, he added. The size and type  of ship that is inevitably sunk will depend  on the site. One of the ships the society is  reviewing is the 200-foot Sea Shepherd.  "What we are trying to do is find a  good location far it and consult with the  people. If the people don't want it, it won't  go there," Straiih said.  He doesn't expect the next sinking to  yield as much controversy as the sinking  of the Chaudiere. Much of the controversy  was spawned by the Sechelt Indian Band's  fight to stop the sinking through a court  injunction. However, the BC Supreme  Court rejected the application on Dec. 4,  1992, one day before the ship was sunk.  "They sued the province, Ihe federal  government and us, seeking the declaration that they had underwater land rights  and then they dropped the lawsuit," Straiih  said."We understand their feelings about  the Inlet, so we're staying away from  there."  The society would like to take proposals to the public for consultation and  review by late spring or early summer.  Garry Feschuk, chief of the Sechelt  Indian Band, was unavailable for comment  at presstime.  Wilson and BC Liberal Party  banter over monies owed  by Darah Hansen  The battle is long over but  bad blood continues to flow  between Powell River-Sunshine  Coasl MLA Gordon Wilson and  his former political parly, the  BC Liberals.  In an interview Thursday,  Wilson criticized the Liberal  parly for leaking information  that he owed the Liberal riding  association $658.  That information was  obtained after a letter addressed  to Wilson from riding association president Pauline Galinski  was given by someone within  party headquarters to ihe media,  Wilson said.  By allowing his debt to be  published, Wilson said, "It's jusl  an on-going campaign by members of Ihe Liberal party to try  and...discredit me."  Wilson called the move  "enormously petty."  According to Wilson, the  Liberal riding association loaned  him Ihe money days prior to the  September Liberal leadership  convention in which he lost his  Liberal leadership lo rival Gordon Campbell.  Wilson has since gone on lo  form his own party, Ihe Progressive Democratic Alliance, and  the Liberal riding association  wants ihe $638 returned.  '/ don't know where  Mr. Wilson is getting  bis figures from'  -Rem! Musi  "It's no big deal," said Wilson, adding he will repay the  debt.  What is a "big deal" is Ihe  $111,000 Wilson says is owed  to him by the Liberal party.  In Thursday's interview, Wilson said he has retained a lawyer  and is prepared to go to court to  retrieve funds he says the party  still owes him.  He said Ihe debl dates back to  a lime before the last election  when the B.C. Liberals were a  relatively obscure party.  As leader, Wilson said he  look a reduced instructional load  at his Capilano College job lo  make time for politics. The  understanding was thai the party  would make up the difference in  income to the tune of $2,000 a  month.  As well, Wilson said expenses such as gas, air travel and  phone bills dealing with party  business came out of his own  pocket.  Wilson's accountant says that  adds up to $111,000 the Liberals  owe their former leader.  "Hopefully if Ihe Liberals  will agree lo meel lo try and settle this out of court, we will. If  they won't, we'll let ihe courts  settle it."  Remi Masi, president of the  provincial Liberals said Thursday he has no comment regarding any possible lawsuit. "I  don't know where Mr. Wilson is  gelling his figures from."  The Liberals say they owe  Wilson only $9,000.  MLA Gordon Wilson  mime  fi,.:>'i1V'-.'-  ������^������-  tmmMU  ���-r^-tm-^-tA-.^    ���   ���������-'��� Coast News, Februaiy 7, 1994  The  Coast  News:  The Sunshine  Coast's  first choice  for news, sports  & entertainment  coverage!  The Good Old Days  at Hopkins Landing  a  '������'���r "'������>'.:  Hapw 40th Birthday  John Hopkins  news  LRUP water report attacked, defended  VINYL SIDING  Aluminum Soto. Parw Covers t Railings  Vinyl Sundeck Hooting. Windows i Handrail Coverings.  ALWEST  HOME SERVICES  #7 - 5522 Whart St.. Sechelt  VISIT OUR SHOWROOM ANYTIME    Jim Bain 885-4572  BIRKENSTOCK  SANDALS  S*1^ ~ ��+ /n^. V. tst l^aja >is4 ���Un" '3. Hay. 101- Set-belt  Coast Cobbler      us-em on  by Ian Cobb  "Jerk."  "Pretty boy."  Tempers were flaring at the Tetrahedron  Local Resource Use Plan meeting at the Sunshine Coast Forest District office on Field  Road Feb. 10, as core committee and subcommittee members discussed the recently  tabled water sub-committee report.  Water sub-committee chair Chuck Weatherill staunchly defended his committee's  report, which recommends an end lo logging  in the Tetrahedron area east of Gibsons and  Sechelt, which cites already occuring problems and the potential of increased dangers to  the main supply of water on the Sunshine  Coast.  International Foresl Products Ltd. area  manager Mike Bell commended the sub-com-  miitee for "the sincerity with which they  approached the issue."  However, Bell said he was concerned about  the report because its recommendations  included an end to logging in the entire Chapman and Gray Creek Watershed, and not just  in the upper Tetrahedron, from which the two  creeks flow. "They have taken the issue of  water and the value to the community to heart,  but it doesn't respect other values," Bell said.  Core committee member and representative  for the Sechelt Rod and Gun Club Harry  Almond submitted a written reply to Ihe  report. The report, Almond wrote, "is somewhat flawed. "The over-emphasis and repeti  tion of statements of a political nature which  would be more appropriately addressed in a  political arena or in a court of law, together  with some incorrect technical facts, detracts  the value of the report, which could have been  of much importance in developing an LRUP."  A debate raged about the lack of scientific  knowledge regarding the impact of logging on  a watershed.  Core committee member Barry Janyk said,  "It's a good document as far as kicking hell  out of government agencies but it is too simplistic. Maybe that's what it will take, but..."  Weatherill and sub-committee member  Linda Williams explained that lack of scientific study of the issue is the main reason why  logging should be halted in the area.  On three occasions, Weatherill asked the  group, "Do you want to play Russian Roulette  with the drinking water? That's what it all  comes down to."  Core committee member and representative  for Independent Foresl Products Tom Jackson  said he and his interest group were "disappointed with the majority of the information  within the report.  "Had the mandate of the sub-committee  been to examine past practices and management, we would have, from an academic perspective, assigned an 'A.' As it is, we found  very little information of use other than several small sections on SCRD (Sunshine Coast  Regional District) problems with water qualily  and distribution."  Jackson also slammed the report for possibly being a catalyst to delay the LRUP process. "This paper could very well set the  Tetrahedron process back months by bringing  up old issues that have already been discussed  and debated at great length by the core committee in its first two years."  In his conclusions Jackson said "We hope  that the majority of participants in this committee will side step this political pitfall and  look ahead to the completion of this process."  Tetrahedron Alliance and core committee  member Dan Bouman said he thought the  reporl was "well worth waiting for," and  defended the report for its strong attacks on  the provincial government.  "The management under the Ministry of  Forests has been a failure," he stated.  International Woodworkers Association  (Local 171) president Murray Cantelon said if  there was proof thai Ihe watershed was being  harmed by logging, he would be for the halting of it in the area but "there's no proof of  that." The lack of proper management in the  watershed, by any level of government, was  attacked from all sides.  SCRD director Brett McGillivray defended  the SCRD's role in the area.  "Management is key," he said, alluding to  Ihe need for the SCRD lo have more of a say  about what goes on in the area.  In addition, McGillivray said, "1 think I can  safely say the regional board would be for  what the report stales."  police notes  A Madeira Park man will stand trial for two sexual crimes stemming  from an incident that occurred roughly 19 years ago.  Stephen Fulton Prest, 38, will answer to charges of sexual assault  and sexual intercourse with a female under the age of 16 in Sechelt  Provincial Court Feb. IS. Prest is also charged with one count of gross  indecency.  The charges stem from a 1975 incident at Madeira Park. Prest was  charged Feb. 2.  Information sought  Police are continuing to ask for information related to an incident  reported Jan. 25 involving an eight-year-old girl heading home from  school in Hallmoon Bay.  The girl was allegedly approached by a 40-year-old man who  requested she get into his beige pickup truck. Sensing danger, the girl  ran away. The incident wasn't reported to police until three days after it  occurred.  ^^^^^^^^5  ^Jfteakfaa  ePa  I   IBrerfcu  How about February 15 (1994)  for Gibsons pool re-opening?  I whipped butter & maple syrup (with this ad)  during the month of Mmwy  Offervalid Mon. to Thurs., 5:30a.m. to 10:30a.m. (no substitutions) ���<���  rt*c*f^s)aV\^_*jrn,.*mZ��  t    i  .       . J*  dfe atorfr of &tm  \BBBSr   P.O.Bai 129,5545inWAwnue,Sechel,B.C.VON3A0 Telephone(604)885-1966 Fax:(804)685-7891  MUNICIPAL MEMO  r<^~mittM~Me��ting Dates "1  I February 1994  I Finance and Corporate Servlcet  I Committee  I Wednesday, Feb. 9th, 1994 at 2:00 pm  I Public Works Committee  I Thursday, Feb. 10th, at 9:30 am to be  I followed by Parke, Recreation  Committee Meeting  I Planning Committee  I Tuesday, February 22nd, at 2:30 pm to  I be followed by Environment  I Committee Meeting  I Community Liaison Committee  I Wednesday, Feb. 23rd, at 2:30 pm to be  I followed by the Economic Development  (Committee  I Arena Schedule  | Parents and Pre-echoolere  J Thursdays 10:30 am -11:30 am  j Fridays 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm  j Public Skates  I Fridays 3:30 pm ��� 4:45 pm  I Teens Only 9:00 pm ��� 9:45 pm  I Saturdays 4:45 pm - 6:45 pm  I Sundays 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm  I   Clip W Save  Clip W Sav  2*1  "frail Avenue and  Mermaid Street  Reconstruction  Road reconstruction has now begun and is  expected to continue until mid-April. Some  delays and detours will be experienced  during this construction phase but traffic  interruptions will be kept to a minimum.  D. Fraser, Transitional Manager, Public Works  Clayton's Recycling  Depot  Please note that the Recycling Depot is now  accepting BROWN AND CLEAR GLASS.  Skate Cancellations  Cancellation of Teen Skatee  Friday, February 25,9 pm -10 pm  Friday, March 25,9 pm -10 pm  Cancellation of Parents/Tote  Friday, February 25,2 pm - 3:30 pm  Thursday, March 24,10:30 am -11:30 am  Friday, March 25,1994,2 pm - 3:30 pm  Cancellation of General Public Skatee  Saturday, February 25,4:45 pm - 6:45 pm  Friday, March 25, 4:45 pm - 6:45 pm  Saturday, March 26,4:45 pm - 6:45 pm  School Spring Break  WE WILL BE OPEN FOR  PUBLIC SKATES  Wednesday, March 23,1:30 pm - 3:30 pm  Thursday, March 24,3:15 pm - 5:15 pm  Last Day for Arene will be Sunday,  March 24,1994, and there will be  public skate 3:30 p.m. ��� 5:30 p.m.  I 1  Clip ��n' Sav  Regular Council  Meetings  Regular council meetings are held the 1 st  and 3rd Wednesday of every month at  7:30 p.m. in the Municipal Hall, 5545 Inlet  Avenue.  Mayor's  Hotline  885-5360  by Ian Cobb  Their fingers must be getting  quite sore.  Officials dealing with the reopening of the Gibsons Pool  ' said in November 1993 Ihey  hoped the pool, closed since  June 1992, would re-open Jan.  15.  Their fingers were crossed,  they said.  Then, in December the date  had moved to a hoped re-opening for Jan. 31 and fingers were  still crossed.  It is now February and the  pool is still closed to the public  as renovations and repairs to the  pool, totalled at $853,000, continue to creep along. The  crossed fingers may be in danger of calcification.  "We're still doing finishing  (work)," said aquatic manager  Wendy Gilbertson Feb. 2, when  asked how work was progressing at the Sunshine Coast Highway facility.  "Hopefully we'll fill it (pool)  next week," she said.  And just filling the pool  doesn't mean it can be immedi-  sectiett council notes  Wendy Gilbertson  ately opened. After it is filled  and the facility is as ready as  pool officials believe they can  make it, a provincial health  inspector must check it all oul.  "1 have to have the health  inspector from Vancouver  Island come over and approve  that it has been built as  planned," Gilbertson said. However, she noted that the inspector must come from the Island  and if he or she doesn't make il  "for whatever reason" on the  alotted day, the re-opening of  the facility could receive yet  another setback.  lo addition, once this inspector has finished his/her report,  the Coast-Garibaldi Heallh Unit  must also provide its approval  and engineers and anyone else  involved in the re-hab work  must add their okay.  So, with all of that still  ahead, when is the long-closed  facility going to be open for  public use?  "I'm hoping for around  Feb.IS, permit pending,"  Gilbertson said.  In addition, the aquatic manager said she cannot take any  swimming lesson registrations  until she has her operating permit.  "I have to wait until I have  my permits before 1 can take  people's money," she said.  Gilbertson suggested that  anyone interested in enrolling  themselves or their children in  swimming lessons contact the  pool (886-9415) after Feb. 10 to  find out when they might be taking registrations.  The planning and building  department will undertake a  review of the sprinkler bylaw  adopted last year.  It seems Ihere are concerns  about future building permit  applications and whether the  bylaw would apply lo those  applications.  During a meeting of the planning department Jan. 25, staff  suggested that applicants be  Just  moved?  Bride  to be?  BEzH New Baby? ^u  Call us for    Scchtk ��� lath 8M-M47     l^/ELCOME^^^  your FREE    Glbwiu ��� Orok M6-36I2  *(fl,6 StdKk (tabid only)  information.   MhlrMHW  Wagon  f ����� Since 1930  made fully aware of the impact  of the bylaw, and in all possible  cases, permit applications be  delayed until the bylaw is  reviewed.  Recommendations for revision of the bylaw will be submitted to Ihe planning committee at its Feb. 22 meeting.  Up with donations  Council has recommended  Centra Gas donate funds from  the upcoming concert by Up  With People to (he Victim Witness Assistance Program. The  recommendation didn't pass  without considerable discussion,  however.  Councillor Duncan Fraser  expressed reservations about  forwarding the proceeds to one  group, preferring to divide it up  among several other organizations.  Fraser recommended council  review the proposal, but later  changed his mind when municipal clerk Michael Vaughan indicated that council had until Feb.  4 to make a decision where the  money should go.  As a result, the Victim Witness Assistance Program could  stand to receive up to $5,000  from Centra Gas later this year.  tmjt Coast News, February 7, 1994  news  A sample of some of the 'peeler wood' bucked up into firewood at the Gibsons gravel pit last week.  Ian Cobb pholo  Forestry officials seize illegally cut trees  by Ian Cobb  Somebody goofed.  The Sunshine Coast Forest  District (SCFD) seized about  $800 in felled fir from the Town  of Gibsons Feb. 2 after town  employees knocked down four  trees lo use in the constniclion of  a suspended frame for a piece of  equipment.  The wood that wasn't used for  the frame was bucked up into  firewood and piled in the gravel  pit lot the town leases from  Crown Lands.  Town administrator Dan Legg  admitted that town employees cut  the trees.  "ll was a rather innocent mis-  lake on our part," he said.  "Our workers assumed il  would be okay to take those  trees. Forestry has told us we  should not have taken Ihe trees  without their permission."  While the town has a licence  to remove gravel from crown  lands at the Henry Road location,  il doesn't have the licence to  remove trees for any reason.  '"We'tefaftall the HghtSit6 the  lieiK' said SCFD resourcfcWs-  jtan'^ Mik'e Whitehouse.'^They  (Gibsons) seem lo have been bf  the opinion Ihey had the entitlement."  Any tree removal has to be  done with the permission of the  Ministry of Forests, he said.  Even though forestry confiscated the trees, no plans are in the  offing to fine the town for its  mistake. Forestry employee Jim  Kellett said il isn't known at this  time whal will happen to the  seized wood, measured at six  cubic metres and valued, "if it  was peeler grade, up to $200 (a  tree)."  Kellett said if it was a large  quantity of wood it would likely  be sold on the open market but  because it's only  six cubic metres (or        two cords bucked  up), a decision has  yet to be made.  One way of getting rid of the wood  in the pasl, he said,  has been lo sell it at  a blind auction for  charity. "        "~"  Meanwhile, the  same site is known to have about  60 cubic metres of blowdown  wood, worth about $3,000, and a  local small logging contractor  wants it. However, he feels as  though he is being snubbed by  forestry.  Blowdown refers to trees,  usually healthy and usually situated on the rim of a clearing or  ���loggedTout area, that'have been  . Mown oyer. Typically, they are  recognised by the large clumps  " or dift still clinging t<f Ihe shallow roots now exposed to the air.  After hearing about the blow-  down trees in and near the town  lot, Lloyd McKort of Gibsons  investigated the site hoping to  secure the rights to removing the  downed fir.  The $3,000 in wood (two logging truck loads) would be a  good project for a small operator,  There's no way  this should be  bucked up  forflrewood  ���Uoyd McKort  said McKort, who was also  peeved at the sight of good limber bucked up for firewood.  "That's $200-a-metre peeler  wood," McKort said of the firewood.  "There's no way this should  be bucked up for firewood," he  said, looking down        at the piles.  As for the blow-  down that can just  be seen on the edge  of the clearing and  farther into the  woods, McKort  said he's angered  about not being  -"���""��� allowed to bid on  the removal of it.  "This wasn't put up for tender," he said. "I could come in  here with a little Cat and cut it  out in a week." Because the 60  cubic meters of wood would be  valued at around of $3,000,  Forestry (government) would  reap about $300 ��� the standard  10-per-cent deposit contractors  must pay for wood licences.  'This here is prime second-  growth fir. It's hydro poles, that's  what this is," he said, wondering  aloud why forestry wouldn't  allow him onto the site.  Giving out a licence to the site  isn't as easy as it sounds, White-  house said. "There are trees here  and trees there, and there are  access concerns down there  because we have to go through  town leased land."  In addition, Whitehouse said  Forestry has to assess it to see if  it is feasible to remove for the  small volume of wood that is  there. That, McKort said, isn't  the only location where "good  peeler wood" is being bucked up  by firewood hunters.  He cited a couple of other  locations where valuable blow-  down timber was being cut outside Roberts Creek and wondered  about the government's commitment to small loggers.  After being told by an SCFD  employee that they're more concerned about "20,000 cubic  metres of standing" timber being  eyed by the larger forest operations, he asked, "Is standing timber more important than blow-  down?"  Meanwhile, Whitehouse said  there is no favoritism and that all  a contractor has to do is apply at  the SCFD office on Field Road.  "We go out and assess it and  advertise it and put it on the open  market" if it is feasible to log,  Whitehouse said.  "But, we can also go to a  direct tale at times when access  ���Htslo be gained through private  pwpeity." THese "exceptions"  are something forestry tries to  avoid, he said.  "We don't like to use them at  all. To get fair market value, we  like to make tender bidding open  to everybody that is eligible."  Meanwhile, McKort is still  looking for work and can't  understand why he can't find any  when there is so much blowdown  in the district that a small logger  could handle.  Society searching for recreation centre site  by Don Anderson  A non-profit society has taken  up the torch for the development  of a multi-use recreational centre  in Sechelt.  The Sunshine Coast Recreation Complex Society, recently  certified by the provincial government as a non-profit organization, is seeking to build a $25-  $30-million-dollar facility on its  own with public funding and  government grants.  "Our goal is to establish a  recreation complex on the Sunshine Coast for Ihe benefit of all  citizens," said Ann Hayward,  president of the organization.  The society is seeking further  assistance from the Sechelt Indian Band, the regional district and  local governments of Sechelt and  Gibsons. It also intends to apply  lo Ottawa for charitable status, in  Ihe hope of securing grants to  offset fundraising through taxation. Further costs may be offset  by grants from BC 21, which has  a grant ceiling of $1 million.  "Ideally we would like regional support of this," Hayward said  prior to the society's meeting  Sunday (Feb. 6) at the Sunshine  Coasl Arena. "As much as possible would be done through grants  and funding."  The Sechelt Indian Band has  agreed to lend its support to the  society by offering a tract of land  behind the hospital near Ted  Dixon Park for lease.  Hayward has eagerly welcomed Ihe idea. "The price is  right and the location is greal. I  like the idea of working together," she said, "but we have lo  keep our options open."  The group has decided to follow the Perks recreation services  study, released two years ago.  The study identified key recreational components that the Sunshine Coast was lacking, including a proper ice rink, pool and  youth centre.  If the sociely is able to secure  the necessary financing, it would  likely push for the initial construction of an aquatic and youth  centre in a cenlral location on the  Coast, presumably in Sechelt. An  ice arena and cultural centre  might follow in the second phase  of development.  Hayward envisions the first  phase of the complex ��� to be  built over Ihe nexl four years ���  costing $3 million.  "There are more young families moving to the Coast and I  think Ihey will be demanding  something be done soon," she  said. Gordon Bishop, vice-president of the sociely, said the group  would be reviewing other recre  ational studies and complexes  from neighboring communities.  "It's an excellent project but it  has to be built properly; it can't  be half-assed," Bishop said.  If the complex is constructed  in Sechelt, he said it should be  within walking distance of  schools and the business district  "so people can walk over at lunch  and have a swim or skate. You  can't do that if it isn't located  centrally.  "You will get a lot more use  out of it if people can get at it."  ���PASSION  TRIGGER*  ^a nothing says it  better on  Valentine's Day  FEB. 14  DELUXE  CALL TODAY  886-3433  WASH & VAC  BY KAREN $4 A99,  PUIS  TAX  & SANDRA  "SURPRISE" GIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE  HOME OF  FIVE STAR SERVICE  4l_ SKOOKUM  W_\f CHRYSLER  mm    886-3433 Dealer 8084  M I   �� I Ul  Happy Valentine's to i  279 GOWER Ft. RD., GIBSONS 1  GOT A NEWS STORY?  Call us at 886-2622 or 885-3930!  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Offer expires March 2.19S  RRSP Loans: At Prime when funds are deposited toa  Sunshine Coast Credit Union qjfi   -  Monthly Deposits; Maximize 1  autom��StCinnM^pnon  *���" rapidly over the    "*"~  MMMHHMM Coast News, February 7, 1994  opinion  Naval conference  holds golden  opportunity  for Sunshine Coast  The coming of the Canadian Naval Veterans Association Western Branch convention to the Sunshine Coast  this September ��� a gathering that is arguably the largest  of its kind ever held here ��� will, of course, be welcome  for the estimated $250,000 in outside money it will bring  into the area. And make no mistake about it, this will be  revenue that will benefit the whole area, even if the major  events are planned for Sechelt, where most of the acom-  modations for the estimated 200 delegates and their wives  have been booked.  There may even be a very specific side benefit out of  this for Gibsons, where overflow accommodations, if they  are required, will be booked.  However, that is not where the main benefits to both  communities will come. Clearly, once the delegates and  their spouses are in the area, which is famous for its  scenery and its beaches, will want to see the sights along  as much of the Coast as they can. They will want it all  and that will likely include Gibsons and Roberts Creek  and Halfmoon Bay and Pender Harbour and...  No, it's not what the visitors will do that we have to  worry about; it's what we'll do that could make or break  us.  Those of us involved in businesses, whether they're  restaurants or retail stores or hotels or motels, know and  act on the principle that visitors are customers who came  here from somewhere else, and like their local counterparts, want to leave with a feeling of satisfaction with  both their financial and personal contact ��� and we act on  that.  Somehow, though, we aren't quite ready to do that  when it comes to dealing with our counterparts in the various communities. There seems to be a feeling that if  Sechelt gets something, then it's taking away from Gibsons. And in the big picture, just the opposite is true. No  matter how you cut it, we are all in the same figurative  boat, which takes in the whole coastal strip.  One of the strengths of the Sunshine Coast is the  intense feeling for community that exists in Egmont and  Davis Bay and all the various different official and unoffi-  ciakpockets of population that dot the Coastline. However, if we are to survive economically ��� and a goodly portion of the Coast seems to agree that tourism and visitors  will figure largely in any such plan ��� then all of us will  have to pull together to pull it off.  That's why this convention in Sechelt will be an unofficial test of our desire to make tourism an important industry on the Coast. For this conference to really succeed the  whole-hearted participation of all the communities will be  needed.  Elsewhere in the newspaper, there is a reference to the  relationship between the Sechelt and Gibsons Chambers  being "rocky." Perhaps this project could be the catalyst  to change that.  If they can get together on this project, to make the best  damn naval conference these veterans have ever seen,  then they will be half way to bringing the Coastal communities together, for everyone's benefit.  GORDON HADN'T HAD 50 MUCH A5 A SOUND BITE IN DAYS...  HANDS TREMBLING. HE DIALLED THE NUMBER  A big blueprint for  The New Welfare'  We have been greatly disheartened by recent news reports  regarding welfare and its varied  uses and abuses....We believe  the time has come to acknowledge that this system no longer  works and to work towards  some resolution of the situation.  Not unlike many young families  today, we are struggling to make  ends meet.  In November of 1992, we  moVed to the Sunshine Coast in  hopes of making a better life for  our family. At the time it  seemed that my husband would  have a job that would more than  adequately support us; this in  fact was not the case.  When the hoped for job did  not come through...it was our  decision to remain on the Sun  shine Coast. Since that time my  husband has taken any and all  work that he could find; sometimes this meant that life barely  made it week to week. In the  summer of 1993, at a lime when  our financial situation reached  an all-time low, my husband  was forced to return to Vancouver to find woik. This meant that  during the week our family was  separated.  We do not look for or expect  handouts, we accept responsibility for our actions. At those  times when the financial burden  was beyond us, we asked for  help from family and friends.  always taking on the responsibility of prompt repayment. We  have been forced to learn new  ways to economize....I tell you  this not so you will feel sotry for  us; lhat is the last thing we want  or ask for, but rather so that you  will some idea where we are  coming from.  For the past week, Erik and I  have spent much time discussing  our ideas for some possible solutions....Neither of us would  wish to see women or children  suffer in abusive situations, or  children suffer due to abrupt  changes in their parents' lives.  However, it does not seem right  that we as a society are being  asked to support: a) single parents who have chosen to walk  away from a "until death do us  part" commitment so that they  "'tan find themselves, without  hcflepliiig the responsibility of  thai choice; b) young employable people who are not pre-'  pared or have never learned to  accept responsibility for supporting themselves, even if this  means accepting minimum  wages or part-time jobs.  With that in mind we would  like to enclose a portion of the  results from those discussions,  as a possible solution and ultimate goal for the welfare system:  Under the new system, welfare or social assistance would  become interim income replacement or supplement only, except  in the case of people who lack  lifeskills or the ability to leam  lifeskills. All recipients must  prove that they are willing to  help themselves and the ultimate  goal of social assistance should  be to return a person to a timely  state of self-reliance. The payment of assistance would no  longer be by cheque, instead:   ������">  1. The Province would pur-'  chase existing properties, either  apartments or hotels. These  buildings would be made habit-  ********  Mf ton MiteMM  We welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions tor brevity, clarity and legality. Please mail  your letters to:  7^ The Editor  Sunehlne Coatt Newa  Box 460  Qlbaona, B.C.  VON 1V0  able and in exchange for accommodation, each tenant would be  made responsible for some part  of the labour required to keep up  the building. If the recipient is  not willing to accept this respon-  sibility, then this assistance  would be denied them. Once a  recipient has found employment,  they would have a grace period  to find alternate, permanent  accommodation.  Benefit: The government is  making a capital investment and  recipients/tenants learn about  self-reliance and responsibility.  2. The Province would on its  own, or through existing retailers, establish distribution centres  which would provide food,  clothing, and other basic necessities to each recipient. Each  person/family would have a  monthly allotment. If large  items, ie, furniture, ait required,   they would be saved for within  this allotment.  Benefit: By buying these  kinds of items on a large scale  the government would be able to  receive better prices and bigger  savings.  3. A small allotment of funds  for disposable income, allowing  for discretionary spending on  the part of the recipient. If this is  lost or stolen or runs out before  the end of a month, there should  be no replacement.  4. Bus passes, for use during  all rate periods, to enable recipients to travel to and from job  interviews.  turn to page 5  Savouring past pleasures from a palace of hedonism  Copies of my favourite BC newspaper have had  a hard time keeping up with us the last year as we  followed a meandering way, trying out some of our  options after freeing ourselves from a 16-year  engagement with the deadlines and pressures of  community journalism.  Just a few days ago a copy arrived, dated Dec.  6. It was one of the first we had received in some  three months and we fell upon it eagerly to see  how il was doing; to see how the community it  serves was bearing up, and yes, for some gleanings  about the doings of those who until quite recently  shared our days and ways.  It was the ever vigilant one who first noticed the  book review of Peter Trower's first novel, Gm-  gan's Cafe. The review was written by the acting  editor of the paper, a fellow called Stuart Bumside.  It seemed, somehow, a fit meeting of reader, of  reviewer, and certainly of material.  The rough-hewn outlines of Crogan's Cafe first  appeared serialized in Trower's long running column Pages of a Life Log, which ran without miss  every week from 1977 to 1992.  Its first drafts were battered out in the garage  studio Peter used to live in on his mother's property at the foot of Truman Road in Gibsons Harbour.  It probably appeared in the newspaper in the late  1970s.  It was a very different harbour back then, when  the gregarious poet held court in the postage stamp  studio, lt was a harbour of ducks and geese and  musings  playing children. From Mrs. Cassin's front window  the North Shore Mountains towered across the  Sound beyond the little harbour.  Whether it was a better harbour then will be for  each individual to decide for himself or herself.  Certainly, nostalgia makes it seem so to me, back  then before the forest of boats commanded the  foreground, sending the ducks and geese and children somewhere else.  We used to call Pete's shack the palace of hedonism, a place to which you could always repair for  some good drink and other delights, including conversation, poetry readings and good music.  I've seen as many as 16 people crowded into the  place and enough good humour and animal spirits  to come near to blowing the roof off the place.  Mind you, it was quite interesting when only  Trower was there. In its tiny area there were piles  of books and records everywhere, magazines and  comic books spilled from the most unlikely places.  John burnside  There was, withal, an order to this chaos. More  than once I've seen Trower leap into action from a  somnolent stillness and lay his hands with astonishing dexterity on the book or magazine or comic  book or record which exactly touched the conversation of the moment More lhan once I've enjoyed  watching the double takes of newcomers meeting  this evidence of order in the midst of the unlikely  for the very first time.  More than Grogan's Cafe was read page by  page as it emerged from the battered portable in the  dead centre of the shack. Many other columns were  read by this fomter editor in the shack over a glass  or two or wine. Many fine poems were pulled from  the machine when I arrived and passed over for  first perusal. I often read them aloud on first sight  and I've probably read at least once aloud as many  of Trower's poems as he has, albeit to a smaller  audience.  We drank a lot of wine, it's true. One friend of  my former years came to the Coast several times  around that time with a view to settling. Subsequently, he became a high-profile fish farmer ���  one of the few who actually made a lot of money,  but that's another story.  He would look me up when passing through  Gibsons and found me more than once in Trower's  shack.  Years later when he was rich and with social  pretensions he met Trower on the ferry and reminisced about those visits and about the vile wine  that we as often as not were drinking.  Trower, to my mind, struck a telling blow  against yuppiedom everywhere when, having listened for some time to the exposition of the visits  and the poor quality of the wine said simply: "Hell,  man, taste was never our trip."  It may be ihere was a 12- or 13-year-old boy  waiting with his sisters on the beach whilst his  father drank wine and read the first draft of Grogan's Cafe. He did a good job of the review in the  paper just arrived.  Another of the newspaper's alumni to take a  hand was former editor and columnist and a good  poet in his own write, John Moore, who did some  stout editorial woik out of friendship on the novel.  It's good to know the book is out, Pete. You  know I expect a ugned copy, surely a wine-drinking buddy's due?  (Editors note: A book review by Peler Trower  appears on page 14.)  COAST^NEWS  Subscription lAtet tor  the Ccmt tsmts, or Ihe Weeiender:  CanadAi 1 year ��� $35 ��� $2.45 CST - $37.45  6 months- $20��$1.40GST-$21.40  roreian: I year ��� $61) (No GS11  Reg. No. 4702  The Sunshine Coast News is published on  the Sunshine Coast, S.C. every Monday by  Glassford Press ltd.  Cibsons Office ��� IJ7 Crtrkt lem  Box 460. Cibsons, B.C, VON 1V0  1604) 186 2622, Fax 1604) 886-7725  Seclielt Office - 5121 Cowrie SI.  Box 68 Sechelt B.C., VON 3A0  I604| 885-3930, Editorial 1604) 885 3980,  Fax (6041885-3954  PiMtatter  GaryHebert  tttttstmaing  Repreaenlattvttt   Gardar Gardaraon, Janice Edmonde.  Simona Cariytle-Smith,  Susan Connor  Anne Thcmaen  tAAnagwto Editor  ttepoitera  PrtBtograasrm  Production  Larry MmM  Darah Hanaan.  Ian Cobb. Don Andanon  OttKe Manager  one. stall  ��� antenna  ���Sectt.lt  Gabnelle Dragar  C.-ot Blahey  Pat Tripp  Stuart Burne.de, Andy J  row corononrryi AWAjnj-WINNINC  The Sunshine Coast News It protected by copyright  and re production ol any part ol It by any means K  prohibited unless permission in writing is lint secured  hom Glasslord Press ltd., holder ol the copyright Coast News, February 7, 1994  opinion  Tracking post-Christmas literary bargains  The time after Christmas is a  bargain hunter's paradise. The  post-Christmas deflation of  most bank accounts prompts  merchants to slash prices on all  manner of items ranging from  stereo components to easy  chairs.  Shoppers with sharp eyes and  a sense of good value can easily  do very well.  Book buyers are included in  this group. To demonstrate the  point, your agent recently used  the forest of sales signs as an  excuse to journey through the  discount tables of several booksellers' shops/Here's what the  trip unearthed:  ��� The Siren, an anthology of  short stories written since the  1930s by respected Italian novelist Dino Buzzatl. The tales  presented here are quirky and  dream-like, reminiscent of the  best of Kafka, Halo Calvino or  Flann O'Brien. Buzzati is a  charming storyteller, combining  wit and imagination with a lyrical prose style.  Equally enchanting is the  edition itself. Published in 1984  by North Point Press of San  Francisco, it's a large-format  errata  duncan macdonnell  paperback lovingly printed on  acid-free paper with a sewn  binding and, of all things, a slip  cover.  ��� The Friends of Eddi Coyle  ��� the now classic thriller of  small-time underworld life  penned in 1971 by George V.  Higgins and later made into a  noteworthy film starring Robert  Mitchum.  Ingenious plot devices, taut  characterizations, tight writing  and crackling dialogue speed  this volume to a surprising, but  inevitable conclusion. Highly  recommended.  This edition of The Friends  of Eddie Coyle was published in  Penguin paperback in 1987.  ��� The Flower Show/The Tolh  Family, two novellas in one  book by Istavan Orkeny, a Hun  garian writer with a keen sense  of the absurdities of modern life.  Both stories are best described  as black comedies, colourfully  told with plenty of irony and  more than a touch of lunacy.  Orkeny's style earned him the  title "master of the grotesque"  and caused critics to compare  his works to a demented joining  of the Marx Brothers and Dr.  Strangelove. A treat.  The two Orkeny novellas  were translated into English in  1982 and published by New  Directions Paperbooks of New  York. It was published simultaneously in Canada by George J.  McLeod of Toronto.  ��� The Last Good Kiss ��� a  road trip detective yarn by  James Crumley, described by  the Detroit News as "one of the  sternest voices in narrative fiction today." Crumley combines  a flawed protagonist, an intriguing plot and lucid writing to produce an entertaining alternative  to the stereotypical detective  novel. The unusual setting ���  the American West, chiefly the  roadside taverns found between  Montana and Colorado ��� is  another pleasant surprise.  "The Last Good Kiss is a  novel of detection, one so rich  in detail, with character and plot  so well developed, that it works  on many more levels than just  storytelling," opined the St.  Louis Dispatch.  Crumley's book was published in 1988 by Vintage Contemporaries, a division of Random House of New York City.  When all was said and done,  this particular post-Christmas  book buying spree cost $18 ���  give or take a few pennies ���  which is a bargain by any yardstick. The total could have been  rounded out to $20 with copies  of Alice in Wonderland and  Wind In The Willows, each  available for 99 cents, but those  will have to wait for another  time.  London Optical  WE MAKE YOU LOOK GOOD  Come In & see our extensive selection  of fashion eyewear and accessories.  Mention this ad for a 15% Discount  1 lam - 5pm  Friday, February 11  at Sechelt Medical Clinic on Inlet Ave      885"2257  OPTICAL PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED ��� REPAIRS ��� ADJUSTMENTS  letters  trom page 4  As we previously stated, during the course of our discussion,  we have seen where people  would find arguments to these  suggestions. We would like to  take this opportunity for rebuttal.  A. This proposal takes away  an individual's dignity. We  would say that there is no dignity in expecting and accepting  society's handouts. Dignity is  earned through self-reliance.  B. Paced with their national,  provincial and personal debts,  we feel that taxpayers have  every right to expect some say  in how their tax dollars are  beingnponl. My father has  a|w.!WiitoM M "b,e WltP.PW.  wtyBSiivi ioi i-        '.. ��f  At a time when the taxpayers  themselves are exercising  restraint and cutting back on  their personal expenditures, is it  right that our government is  throwing away money hand  over fist.  C. Single parents who are  forced to put their children in  day care so that they may return  to the work force might argue  that this is detrimental to their  children.  On the other side of the argument, what is the effect on these  children, when they see the government, and by extension, the  taxpayers, constantly being  blamed for inadequate support  while single parents do not take  on their share of financial  responsibility for their family  and the country.  Years ago, my mother made  the suggestion that single parents should live communally,  sharing in the care and support  of the children. This might take  the form of one parent doing  daycare while the others work,  or parents working on a variety  of shifts with the parents at  home taking responsibility for  the children.  We are not advocating an  outright abolishment of our current system.  However, there has to be a  stringent tightening and  revamping of the entire system....Both Erik and I know  personally of people who have  made a career out of working,  and cheating, the system. If this  energy could be properly chan-  m netted, just imagine whal.could,  be accomplished. i ,,   ;  This letter can only hope to  1 touch the'tip of the iceberg. It is  our hope in submitting this letter that we are becoming part of  the solution.  KAREN and ERIK NIELSEN  Sechelt  Tanks, but no tanks  Following is a copy of a letter sent to  Mr. E. Major, ICG Regional  Office, and which was submitted  to the Coast News for publication  I am writing in regards to  your propane storage tanks in  Roberts Creek.  The community had been led  to believe that these tanks  would be relocated upon completion of Hillside Industrial  Park at Port Mellon. We now  find that your lease is being  renewed and that you have no  intention of relocating to Hillside because it would be "uneconomic."  It is now your intention to  bring large trucks through our  community to fill these tanks.  We have put up with the danger and eyesore of these tanks  for years.  Roberts Creek has grown and  these tanks are affecting more  and more people.  Not only do we have to look  at them from our otherwise  beautiful beach, but they are just  blocks from the school our chil-  ���ifiiiJiiiiifiiiJiiffiimifiiiJiffffiififfffiiiiiifim  *���    Fetalis ScfieduM Eueiib^  ^Trivia  GAME HOURS MAM-CLOSING  I  MONDAYS-BudDay  TUESDAYS - 5:30 ��� 7pm Showdown  TOMORROW       Trivia Tournament Register at 7pm  NIGHT Oattn- lime 7:30pm 9:30pm  WEDNESDAYS -6-7pm Passport  ��� "cheep, cheep" chicken dinner $2.95  ��� from 5:30 while quantities last  THURSDAYS - 5:30 ��� 7pm Sports Trivia  FRIDAYS - 6 - 7pm Spotlight TV& Movies  - 15* Wings & things  SATURDAYS -7-8pm Playback Music Trivia  - Hockey Night in Canada drink specials  WED. - SAT. 10pm Nightside  Dont forget your bedside manners  SUNDAY NIGHTS 8pm  - At the Movies! Free popcorn  Daily food * beverage ���pedals.  Head of Gov't Dock ��� Gibsons Landing  PUB HOURS Mon-Sat 1012am, Sun Uam-l2am  Open 7 days a week 886-8215  BMrAMacMarc886-S��89 .OPEN EVERYDAY 9am -11pm   .  \fefmfmfW!IJff!!fflIJ!JIJfJJIJ!!f!M!JJ!JMJlJty  dren attend.  I am suggesting that your  company is not acting in good  faith and that these tanks be  relocated to Hillside, "un-eco-  nomic" or not.  Suggesting that...the Sunshine Coast Regional District  find another location for you is  an insult!  This is a very important issue  in our community and your  company may be surprised at  the well organized public and  media protest we can mount.  YVONNE MOUNSEY  Roberta Creek  ^Treatyour Valentine f��  Valentine's "Day Menu Monday, Jeb. 14th  Soup:      Seafood Chowder  Salad*     Spinach & Mushroom  in a .Raspberry Vinaigrette  Entrees: (choose one)  Grilled Salmon in a Lemon Saffron Sauce,  garnished with Black Caviar $2&s  Woz. 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Cost: $85.60  Guitar for Adults  with Judy Beagan  10 Thuisdays, starting Feb 10  Beginners:630-730Cost $60  Intermediate: 7:45-9 Cost: $65  Jewelry Making  with Hullabaloo  3 Thundays starting Feb. 10,3:30-5 pm  Ages 7+, Materials included - $35  Paper 'n' Paint  with Hullabaloo  3 Saturdays starting Feb 19,10-1130 am  Age*6+, Materials included - $30  Visual Edge'94  Artist's Woikshops February ISth  10 am-4 30 pm. Photographing your  Work, Status of the Artist, Marketing  Your Art, Community Aits  Percussion Workshop  with "Sumalao"  Sunday Feb 13,5-7pm, $85  Cake ft Coffee House  Saturday, Feb 19,7:30 pm Cost $5  Judi Beagan, Barbara lee Fraser  & Tracy Riley  Call for details  883-8522  THE ROCKWOOD CENTRE  _________________t Coast News, February 7, 1994  \   (I^EXXEL$  I DOG OBEDIENCE  CLASSES $60  Hundreds trained since 1980  REGISTER NOW ��� 886-8568  s  community   #   Brighten Your Winter  with Toys, art supplies, games,  puzzles & much more from  Secret Garden Toys  send for your FREE Catalogue today!  many items now on SALE  & only $2.50 shipping charge anywhere  until April 50  WltC  Secret Garden Toye MOD  455 Ward St.  Nelson, B.C. WL1S7  phone 352-9114 or fax 352-5655   ft  "Wc earn/ a complete  selection of pendant,  pedestal & track  *halogens."  (iibsons Mayor Eric Small (right) helps Agnes Labonte and Johan vanderGeest unfurl the BC & Yukon Heart and Stroke Foundation  flag to mark February as Heart Month. Joel Johnstone photo  Local campaign targets heart disease  Heart disease and stroke remain the number one cause of death in Canada.  That is the Valentine's Day message Ihis  year from the Heart and Stroke Foundation  of BC and the Yukon.  In British Columbia alone, 170 people die  each week from heart disease and stroke.  Nationally, that figure climbs to approximately 75,000 deaths every year - more than  the combined total number of deaths from  cancer, accidents and AIDS in this country.  Of that total, the majority of people suffering from heart disease, 44,000, will die  from heart attacks; 14,000 from strokes; and  17,000 from "other" heart malfunctions.  The economic effect of heart disease on  the country's health care system is significant, estimated at $17 billion in medical  costs, lost wages and reduced productivity.  george In glbsotts  While traditionally thought of as a "man's  disease, heart disease is also the official primary killer of Canadian women. In fact, it  effects people of all ages, gender and culture.  Smoking Is considered the  most effective means of  ensuring heart disease  Smokers ��� watch out. Smoking is considered the most effective means of ensuring  heart disease.  Smoking causes the heart to beat faster,  raises blood pressure and increases carbon  monoxide in the blood which deprives the  heart of the oxygen it needs to function.  Women who smoke run a two to six times  greater risk of having a fatal heart attack  than non-smoking women. In addition,  women smokers who use birth control pills  are 10-20 times more likely to suffer from  heart disease and stroke than non-smokers.  Poor nutrition, lack of exercise, stress and  high blood pressure are all other means of  increasing the odds of a heart attack or  stroke.  The national Heart and Stroke Foundation  credits its research advancements to saving  more than 20,000 lives annually. The BC  and Yukon branch of the foundation funds  74 per cent of heart and stroke research in  BC  Most heart disease and stroke can be prevented through healthy lifestyle choices.  ��.*m  SEAWORTHY SAYINGS!  MARINE FUEL TANK AAOO  Tempo 6 gd. Portablo Pktslic, rag. 44.98 ��*WW w  JOHNSON  OUTBOARD MOTOR OIL      4*00  icftk, 1 gallon, rag. 16.98 14***  ANCHOR ROPE AQ88  Gold braid, 3/8" x 200 ft OTSSi  RULE BILGE CLEANER TOO  automatic, concentrated, rag. 8.49 m  BAIT TANK PACKAGES  indudes rule 340 pump, lank, *_*t AOO  timer 8, hoso, plastic reg. 136.95 J IT#T  r_______\   canvas reg. 281.95 5fc3���"  by George Cooper  Viewer discontent with our  CBC has come out of the recent  showing of the film Dieppe. One  of the complaints stated by a WW  11 soldier writing in the Vancouver Sun's Voices Column, one I  heartily agree with, is the ever-  frequent interruption of the  scenes of valorous action on the  beach of Dieppe by one vapid  commercial after another. This  occurs in all its programs of  course.  I have long held that CBC-TV  produces very little that compares  with PBS Channel 9 or even with  the Knowledge Network. CBC  costs us not only tax dollars but a  tidal wave of exasperation. Scrap  the CBC, I say. Let them find a  private trough to grant and slurp  in.  Haggis  Norman Wells phoned me  from his cabin in the Territories  in high ill humour. His complaint? He was put off his solitary  Bums Night supper by an article  in this very newspaper (I fax him  important tidbits). The article  stated that haggis is made from  (he intestines of the sheep.  "Doesn't that woman (the writer)  know offal from intestines?  Merde alors!" Norman is working  on being bilingual.  Concert  Allan Crane of the Coast  Recital Society brings Ihe  Shostakovich String Quartet to  the Twilight Theatre this Feb. 9.  See the ad in last week's Coast  News for details. Tickets are at  bookstores and the Roberts Creek  General Store. This quartet  pleased the audience mightily in  1990 here in Gibsons in their first  visit to |heCo*st.  'Harmony Hall  ''Newcomers to Gibsons and  the nearby areas are invited to  join Branch 38 of the OAPA at its  hall on Harmony Lane. The  branch meets the first Monday of  each month at 1:30 in the afternoon.  There are activities every day  in our newly remodelled hall.  Past Director for Publicity, Norah  Cox, has given me a detailed list  and schedule of the activities that  take up the week. It's a list of  wide-ranging interests: crafts,  recreation and art. On Saturday  this week there is the Valentine's  Dance. Tickets are $6 per person,  call 886-9000. Director Pat  Edwards is organizing a flea market in the hall; tables are $10.  Bake sale and silent auction will  be March 13. Phone Pat at 886-  7284 for information.  Phase I of the renovations is  ow complete. Phase 2 and 3 will  provide an art and crafts room  and space for the billiard table.  Friday evenings at 7 is a time  for socializing at crib, whist, darts  and pool. And the last Friday of  each month the evening starts at 6  with a pot luck supper. Your  birthday wll be acknowledged at  the birthday tea the third Monday  afternoon of each month.  Membership is open to all persons of age SO and on. The yearly  fee is $10 per person with no  charge being made for regular  activities.  Heavy fog over the water and wlnterish chills herald the end of a  warmer than usual January. Joel Johmione photo news  Regatta planned for May long weekend  An event that could become one of Ihe  flagship events on the Sunshine Coast in  years to come has been born.  The Gibsons Yacht Club is currently  finalizing plans to stage a three-day regatta  on the May long weekend (May 21-23).  "We've got a date and we're off and running. This is going lo be an amazing thing,"  said event coordinator Dennis O'Brien.  The Yacht Club hopes to lure from 20 lo  40 sailing craft to the event, which will feature races outside and inside Gibsons Harbour.  robarts creek  "People consider Gibsons as a destination  thai is one of the best (for such an event).  It's really an excellent area for it because the  wind is great," O'Brien said.  "The club is pumped. This is going to be  a big thing."  In addition, with hopes of increasing the  size of the event in Ihe future, such as  expanding to 60 or more boats, it should  become a popular event on the Coast and  add an extra bit of nautical zing for visitors  to eyeball during the first big weekend of the  tourist season.  O'Brien said he's optimistic the event  will be a smash success and become a  "major event."  The Yacht Club clubhouse is also going  to be transformed into "a big pirate pub or  something and we'll party the whole weekend," O'Brien said.  The club is now preparing to approach  Gibsons council and other groups on the  Coast for their input and support.  Also, an invitation letter-writing campaign to fellow yachting clubs in Canada is  under way.  by Katharine Trueman  885-2282  This past weekend was a  flurry of activity at Camp Byng.  The Sunshine District hosted a  Gilwell Part I Course, Ihe first  in many years,  There were candidates from  Pender Harbour, Sechelt, Gibsons, Powell River and Richmond.  The contents of the sessions  certainly taught the new leaders  what Beavers and Cubs today  require in the way of leadership.  One highlight of the weekend  was a Project Learning Tree  workshop led by Coast teacher  Bob Benmore and BC Forestry  Association Representative  Colin Boog.  A hands-on method of  acquainting leaders with the  trees and natural resources  which surround the 200-plus-  acre facility was well received.  The food was catered by the  14th BP Guild who did a great  job. The weekend appeared to  be a success.  For candidate Graham Walker, a Cub leader at the Roberts  Creek Pack, the fellowship really helped bring his Scouting role  inlo perspective.  OCP  The final reading and chance  lo state one's opinion for the  Creek Official Community Plan  was very well attended on January 30.  Regional board members  were oul in full force to record  pro and con comments. What  happens now? Well the regional  district will consider the comments, talk to the study resource  people, consult maps further and  then we will hear the results of  our newest community plan.  Tanks remain  In case you have missed the  recent Roberts Creek Community Association meeting, the  tanks are to remain in Roberts  Creek for an undetermined stay  if not forever...well, so they  claim.  Many residents who fear for  the safety of the community  with the new movement of  propane after June have taken  exception to this announcement.  A fax of the ICG letter  received by the SCRD has been  sent to the Minister of the Environment, Moe Sihola, and a  telephone call has been received  from Margo Elewonibi, manager of Land Administration and  we are promised the department  will keep on top of this issue  and be in touch with the region-  Going Aw.iy  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us.  Umr Imuran it hMKwMiia.  M/AaknlCm  M��Uck��rt*��odPofw��f*n  Indoor HMmndYMdMitnumnii  fcfufcr Hoot OiKkorUf*ta Scnfe*  CALLSHARON 885-2228  lUtiamrtmu-WalA  li  BONDED LICENSED INSURED  Branches Coeet To Coeet  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  WORK!  Cherry blossoms In Sechelt, crocus buds In Gibsons, and now rho  Creek...what next? A little snow perhaps?'  al board. In the meantime, the  lease will be studied and letters  have been sent in protest to the  refusal to move from the area.  If you have an interest in this  pressing matter, please sign the  petition located at the store.  RCCA  In addition to other agenda  items at the January RCCA  meeting, Constable Jim McDonald gave an excellent presentation on the options available for  the Block Watch, Neighbourhood Watch and the Rural  Watch programs.  He gave statistics of rising  crime in the Gibsons/Creek area  from 1993. He also advised  there is federal funding available through Ihe RCMP programs and that he is prepared to  assist the community in any or  all of these programs.  However in order to begin, a  committee is required. If you are  interested, please contact him at  the Gibsons Detachment or the  association secretary, Jamie  Davidson at 885-2238.  Rainbow preschool  The Rainbow Preschool  which is located at Camp Douglas has openings for new children. The school is open Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday  in the mornings.  To raise funds for new school  equipment a Discovery Toys  party is planned for Feb. 16. The  event will be held at Camp Douglas from 10:30 am to 12 noon.  For further information or enrolment call Jan at 885-3707.  Creek Hospital Auxiliary  The Roberts Creek branch of  the Hospital Auxiliary will hold  its regular meeting on Monday,  Feb. 14 at 10:30 am at the  legion. Among the agenda items  Irons blooming in Roberts  Joel Johnstone photo  will be regular business, including the brown bag lunch which  involves all die auxiliaries on  the Coast.  This luncheon will take place  on Feb. 28 at the Indian Band  Hall in Sechelt.  Blues fair*  The 4th annual Blues Fair  was a great success.  The hall was jammed with  enterprising entrepreneurs and  the music added to the community spirit which was most evident.  The children seemed to be  having a wonderful time at their  own special table and the  clowns were a big hit.  Anar and her friends outdid  themselves with the delicious  and creative fair offered to satisfy your appetite. Imagine strawberry shortcake and whip cream  in February.  Coast News, February 7, 1994  t> V  Retirement Income Planning  ��� How do you get the most from  your pensions & savings at retirement ?  ��� How do you find out which RRSP  income options are best for you?  WE OFFER A SOLUTION:  An Information seminar to  answer these Important questions.  Presented by Lawrence K. Chambers, Cl.ll.  To register please call Allison Forbes at 886-9111  between 8:30 am and 12:30 pm weekdays.  CHAMBERS  PLANNING  SEDVICES  "The Land of Fire & Spice"  0*  Invitee you '  to explore the legendary lands of Indonesia at a  slide, video, photo presentation.  7:30pm Thursday February 17  at the Bella Beach Motel  Don't Miss Out!  Be part of one of our group departures from  the Sunshine Coast Spring '94, Fall '94, Spring '95  Call Elite Travel for more information & registration  886-3381  3  uatt*  "PERFECT  GENTLEMEN"  (FROM DALLAS)  One Night Only, Friday February 11  rty Stop, Gramma's Pub, Max Music,  Budget Video & Elphies Cabaret- 886-3336  w  p  Doors 7;00pm Show 8:00pm  Tickets $6 in advance $8 door  Ticket* available ati  The Pari  Red Wing Boot Sale  Just In  Buy a pair and receive a  Contains:  - 32 oz Boot oil  ��� 16 oz Applicator  w/adjustable brush  - Leather Soap  ��� 1 Pr Red Wing  work socks  - cleaning brush  FRII CAM KIT  (value over $50)  ___\  ���FIMUU.U.  /i.  _���a. yv. r. JL J--.. 5S84 ��� Unit *3, Hwy. 101 ��� Secbelt  Coast Cobbler      us-em m  "We love this room too much to trust it to an amateur...  Coit has 40 years of experience  and a written guarantee."  THIS WEEK ONLY  OC0/   on Drapery, Carpet, Upholster  SUMS OJ '��    Area Rugs & Blind Cleaning  ��� Draperies returned with parallel pleats, even hems, and no shrinkage.  ��� Carpets cleaned by powerful mobile unit lhat revives & extends the  I  life of >tour carpets.  ��� Upholstery fabric pre-tested to insure most effective cleaning method.  ��� Area rugs individually cleaned - including fine oriental rugs.  ��� Blinds - vertical and venetion styles cleaned with ultrasonics.  1-800-AND-COIT      1.800-263-2648  ���M  mmm  MMM Coast News, February 7, 1994  Gibsons Park Plaza  HOMETOWN  PRVUD  Open 7 days a week, Mon. - Sat. 9-9, Sun. & Hols. 9-6  Floral Department  Don't forget  your Valentine!  *  Come in and  see our  flower section  for your Valentine  and other  floral needs.  ���9  Beautiful Selection  of large tropical  plants from  Wednesday - Sunday  Feb. 9-13  Varieties include  Cappuccino,  $1399 to $3999  \Whypaymare?  Refill  V 3.78 L- one gallon 89<t  Lemon Heart  I  II    TM.ll. VJ  Cakes in White or \  Chocolate  V 7.56 L-2 gallon $1.69  V 11.36 L- 3 gallon $2.29  �� 18.9 L- 5 gallon $3.29  HOME ��� OFFICE ��� COTTAGE  Come in, see & taste  1st Fill & Bottle  V 3.78 L-one gallon $1.49  V 7.56 L-2 gallon $7.99  V 11.36 L- 3 gallon $9.99  T 18.9 L-5 gallon $11.99  Foil con order your awn water machine  No more lease or rentals!  ��  SPECIAL  VALENTINE'S  LOTTERY  TICKETS  ON SALE!  Interac Direct Payment  ^Kijj [^ ]   Drop your film here for photo processing  ________  __________________________ Coast News, February 7, 1994  community  Sechelt Royal  Bank manager  Jack Pratt and  staff accept the  first Sunshine  Coast Association  for Community  Living Merltoriou!  Award from  members of the  association  Thursday. The  award is for  outstanding  service, generosity  of time,  thoughthillness  and respect shown  towards all people  with a mental  handicap.  Chris Staples -  Photoworks  sechelt scenario  by Deanna Lueder, 885-7365  Writing a column that is supposed to  restrict itself to Sechelt boundaries is not  always easy, especially when special events  are coming up in the extended community of  the Sunshine Coast. For example, the newly  formed Coast Recital Society is presenting  conceits in Gibsons and Pender Harbour by  the acclaimed Shostakovich String Quartet  from Moscow. The matinee performance at  Ihe Pender Harbour Community Centre on  Feb. 9 at I pm will feature quartets by  Borodin and Ravel.  The conceit at the Twilight Theatre in Gibsons on Feb. 10 will include selections by  Rachmaninoff and Brahms. Tickets are available (if you hurry) at local bookstores and at  the Roberts Creek General Store.  The Quartet members will enjoy the warm  hospitality of the Sunshine Coast while they  are here. Mike and Elena Bakst and Janet  Cummings of Sechell will be hosts for two  members of the quartet. Their guests are fortunate in that their hosts are familiar with  Russia and Ihe Russian language. We welcome the quartet and hope their visit lo the  Coast is a pleasant one.  Their concerts will be greatly enjoyed.  Professional women  The Gibsons Business and Professional  Womens Club in co-sponsorship with the  Coast Garibaldi Health Unit is presenting a  workshop on Saturday, Feb. 19 that is of  importance to women all along the Coast. The  all-day seminar is titled Women and Health -  Understanding Menopause.  This is a day well spent for all women of  maturity who are anticipating or experiencing  symptoms with menopause like the infamous  hot flash (aka nuclear meltdown) to less well  known discomforts and physical and emotional changes.  There is a panel of knowledgeable speakers including a local physician, an endocrinologist, a physiotherapist, a nutritionists, a  doctor of naturopathy, and Lafern Page,  author of Menopause and Emotions. Admission is free and donations are accepted.  The workshop takes place at the Gibsons  Yacht Club and there is space for 100 women  only. You must pre-register to be assured of  admission. Call 886-5600 for information and  lo register. There are posters out with more  detailed information as well.  Auxiliary meet  On Thursday, Feb. 10 at 1:30 pm the  Sechelt branch of St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary will meet at St. Hilda's Church hall. All  members and anyone interested in joining the  auxiliary are invited to attend. The Sechelt  branch, along with ail Ihe other Coast branches, do us some vital work and provide important services to the community.  UL Wright  L.R. Wright, the novelist who has made  such a success of writing mystery novels set  on the Sunshine Coast, will be a special guest  of the Friends of the Sechelt Library on Feb.  25 at the Rockwood Annex. Together, they  are presenting a special event called Murder  at the Library. A murder will be enacted and  the audience becomes the detection team to  solve the mystery and identify the murderer.  L.R. Wright will raffle and auction important  clues. Tickets are $20 and are available at the  library and at Talewind Books. Proceeds  raised will go toward our library.  Craft fair  Enjoy the Valentine craft fair at the Sechelt  Indian Band hall this Saturday, Feb. 12 liom  9amto4pm.  Many Thanhs  to the following companies and their  subtrades for making our home a reality!  ��� Deux-Bay Enterprises Ltd.  ��� Superior Electric  ��� Nelsen Plumbing  ��� Polar Insulation  ��� Pearson Land Clearing  ��� Ted's Blasting  ��� Warren Enterprises  ��� Dargatz Glass  ��� D & P Concrete  ��� Ron Babba  ��� Eric's Drywall  ��� Panor am Painting  ��� Daniel's Interiors  ��� Tidy Time Installation  ��� Wallace Heating  ��� Sechelt Fireplace  ��� Titan Superior Tile  ��� Kern's Appliances  ��� and also Aurora at C.I.B.C.  - Joyce & Bruce  of'Rockywood"  dockside davis bay  by Jo-Anne Sheanh, 885-3629  There will be no guest speaker at the DB/WCCA meeting this  Wednesday, Feb. 9 at 7:30 pm  because of an important meeting  mju could affect the future' of our  afso^fWibn. Every member is  urgd)�� Mend and express Iheir  views and opinions.  On Saturday, Jan. 29 an interesting walk up Chapman Creek  was conducted by Bob Wilson.  "Our equivalent of Clayoquot  Sound" was one of the remarks  overheard during Ihe walk. There  was a fir tree that had been cut  down, unauthorized ��� four feet  through and estimated by  Forestry to be approximately 500  years old. Obviouvly someone  had hoped to get their winter  supply of wood free and desecrated the forest in their attempt.  Mr. Wilson has said that he  would be more than happy to  lake anyone who is interested in  going as this is a project thai is  near and dear to his heart; take a  friend or two.  Many thanks to our local historian, Ernie Wood, for the valuable input on the history of our  dock. It was built in the fall, winter and spring of 1924-25 by the  government and was in operation in the summer of 1925. It  was then that we were called  Davis Bay for the first time. The  Union Steamships used to call  into this port and discharge their  passengers. The ship would leave  Vancouver at 6 pm loaded with  husbands who were coming for  the weekend, hence Ihe name  Daddy Boats was invented.  Some time in Ihe '50s ihere  was a freight shed erected on the  dock and it was here all the baggage and freight would be held  until claimed. This shed would  remain even after Standard Oil  purchased the dock from the  government until the early 1970s  when kids started a fire in it and  the decision to tear it down was  made. Itowmahy kids dived and '  jumped off the roof of that old  shed? Mine did.  In the late '50s and early '60s,  Standard Oil had a bulk plant in  Wilson Creek at Field Road and  the Highway. The oil barge  would tie up at the dock in Wilson Creek which the company  leased from the government and  pump the oil up to the tanks.  In the early '60s, Standard  bought the existing dock in  Davis Bay from the government  which was then big enough to  drive cars out on.' L-shaped, it  accommodated dozens of people  who stood shoulder to shoulder  fishing. Because the dock is so  ' open t�� file 'tides an* storey  weather, it is a costly operation  to keep it maintained. After a  particularly bad winter, when the  sea buffets the pilings day after  day, there are times When they  have to be replaced. Such was  the case eight years ago when the  entire dock was rebuilt and made  smaller than it originally had  been.  Chevron has only one hard  and fast rule. When the oil barge  comes in, the gates are locked for  security reasons and no one is  allowed on the dock or to tie up  at the dock. Otherwise, they are  more than generous about allowing boats to use the facility in  times of need or distress. A very  nice neighbour to have.  Thanks to Bea Rankin for her  input Dan Simking and William  Rankin, formerly of S&R  Sawmill of West Sechelt, cut the  timbers for the redecking of the  dock in 1948/49 and remembers  it well.  4-^  ONLY  PER CONCERT!  Wednesday, February 9,1:30 pm  Pender Honour Communily Hall  Thuraday, February 10,7:30 pm  Twilight Theatre, Gibsons  Tickets from: Books & Stuff, Coast Books, Roberts Creek  General Store, Saywa'rcTBdoks, Talewind Books  Miss Sunny's Boutique (Pender Hatbour concert only)  This bargain price Is maie possible through the generosity of our co-sponsors  CNDERSON am> COAST  HL1YLTD    i"  NEWS  Quality Parts Ltd.  - Campion Dealer  for the Sunshine Coast  YAMAHA  Dealer for  Outbotttb,  190 chase YAMAHA  Tlifl��wtrlo\iish  485-2387  PAPTS e. SIKVtfl  I'OWiil  W'VIC  BIO BEAR 350 189 EXPLORER  Quality Parts Ltd.  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RESERVATIONS ARE SUGGESTED - DINNER SERVED FROM 5-10 pm  I eKMytOiatwra-NMM-ISM^ItollUylJc^-apin  Backtddy Pub ��� Enjoy the natural  beauty of Jervis Inlet while tailing  one of our many homestyle specialties in Ihe pub; or Ihe casual  surroundings of our family restaurant. Our' Skonkiim Burger" is a  challenge lo Ihe biggest appetite.  Backeddy Tub - located I'l mile  north of Egmont on Maple Road.  Closed Mondays & Tuesdays. Pub  open Wednesday-Sunday, kitchen  hours: Noon ��� 8:00 pm.  Inrimi Landing Pub ��� Dinner menu  offers a variety of appetizers and  entrees featuring local produce  and fresh seafood in a relaxed setting with ocean view. Average dinner for two, $30. We're now open 7  days a week: Galley 11 am to 10  pm; Pub 11 am to 11 pm. Pender  Harbour, BS3-U4S, Mastercard It  Visa. Fully licensed  FINE DINING  Andy'a Rittauram - Lunch and din-  ��� rter specials every day. House specialties include prime rib, veal  dishes, steaks, seafood, pasta, Thai  food and lots of new gourmet dish  es. Don't miss Andy's great lunch  buffet Mon-Frl and our popular  Sunday brunch, 11 am - 2:30 pm.  Hwy 101. Gibsons, 886-3388. Open  7 days a week.  II Nine - Dine in Ihe finest ocean  view restaurant in Gibsons Landing Savour the delights of fresh  seafood from around the world.  Our extensive Dinner Menu  includes fresh seafood in our soup,  salad, hot or cold appetizers, main  courses and pastas. Other entrees  include steak, veal, chicken and  jamb. Caesar salad for Iwo and  flambi desserts are prepared at  your tableside. Our lunch menu  contains sandwiches and burgers.  Effective Oct. 1, closed Tuesdays.  Open Wed-Mon for dinner and  Thurs-Mon for lunch. Lunch hours:  11:30 - 2:30. Dinner hours: 4:30 -  9:30. Visa and Mastercard. Reservations recommended. 886-3191.  Hald-A-Way Rittaurant - Bring the  whole family and join us for great  dining at the Haid-A-Way Restaurant in Gibsons Motor Inn on Hwy.  101 at Park Rd. Our friendly, helpful staff and warm, pleasant almosphere will add to your enjoyment  of our excellent breakfast, lunch  and dinner menu, which includes a  children's section. 50 seals plus  banquet room. Mon.-Sat. 5:30 am-2  ?m 4 5 pm-9 pm; Sun. 7 am-2 pm.  rlday night "2 for 1" specials.  Reservations 886-4501.  HMiM* Family RNtaurant Located at  Seaview Place, Highway 101. Fealuring relaxed fine evening dining  with special emphasis on fresh  seafoods, innovative local cuisine  and daily specials. Casual atmosphere, licensed and air-conditioned. Hours: lunch, 11-4:30,  Mon-Sun; dinner Sun-Wed, 5-9;  Thurs-Sat, 5-10.866-2993.  Pabblai ��� On tin liach ��� Dine in a  friendly atmosphere & sample the  fine cuisine of this renowned  restaurant. Open 7 day a week for  breakfast, lunch, and dinner.  Brunch on Sunday 8 am-2:30 pm.  Enjoy a sirloin steak on Sunday  night for only $8.95. Dinner Reservations Recommended. In the  heart of Sechelt at the Driftwood  Inn, Trail Avenue. 885-5811.  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Emit I Swan's Mw In - Take out, or  delivery. Burgers, chicken, ice  cream, dinners, salad, pizza. Free  home delivery within 4 miles, after  5 pm only, on $10 minimum orders.  Small charge for orders under $10.  ���; .  SHOSTAKOVICH ^T^  STRING QUARTET OtT"  From Moscow and New York to downtown  Madeira Park and Gibsons  Hear Quartets by;  Borodin, Shostakovich and Ravol in Ponder Harbour  Brahms, Rachmaninav and Shostakovich in Gibsons  Go to both concerts for less than what you  would pay to hear this internationally  acclaimed quartet's single concert at the  Queen Elizabeth theatre in Vancouver  m 10  Coast News, February 7, 1994  "W*  Man Tim. HI-FI.  0425 14.5  0925 11.5  1400 13.7  2130 2.9  Fri  Tlnw HI-FI.  0630 15.0  1225 8.8  1740    13.3  Tit*. 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"You can't remember at our  ages usually what you did yesterday bul you can remember a trip  to Newfoundland when you are  oul in the fog for seven days and  never saw the ship you were  escorting," said Short, a founding  member of the Sunshine Coast  Branch of the Canadian Naval  Veterans Association.  Short, 72, is co-chairing Ihe  organizing committee association's Western Branch convention in Sechelt Sept. 9-11.  More than 200 delegates are  expected to attend, making it the  single largest convention to be  held on the Coast.  "I guess one of the funniest  things is you remember the guys  when they were 19 years old and  you walk in the room and there's  a whole room full of old farts all  about 70 years old, bald heads or  while hair," Short said, in anticipation of meeting up with his  navy cronies.  Short was a fresh-faced youth  of 18 when he entered the navy in  1940. After three months of training at a Vancouver naval academy. Short transferred to Halifax.  Following a brief turn in the communications branch, he was sent  to sea on one of the several  destroyers he would serve on for  the next four and half years.  During his time at sea, Short  and his crewmales would endure  terrific storms, the bitter cold,  occasional shelling from German  U-boats and mentally exhausting  isolation.  At least he never got seasick.  "There was an excitement, I  guess you might call it, because a  lot of us guys had never been  away from home before, living  under all of these different conditions with nothing but rules and  Above, the crew of the HMCS Columbia; former Sechelt alderman Ken Short (top row third from  left) did his first detail on this boat from February 1942 to June 1943. Below, Ken Short today.  regulations to follow," Short said  during an interview at his home  in Porpoise Bay. "The food was  lousy and so was Ihe pay but we  managed to survive."  Short said the feeling that the  crew was getting through the war  together helped create a bond  between the men, which continues to this day. He has attempted  to stay in touch with some of his  old "war-time buddies" and  expects more than a few yams to  be tossed about at the September  convention. "Mind you, some of  it gets a bit exaggerated."  Of his memories of the war,  Short likes to recall the brief  shore leaves his crew was granted. He and his crewmales would  enjoy the glitz and glamor of the  New York City dance halls right  up to the moment they were sent  back to sea for another five or six  weeks.  "1 went to places I probably  would not have gotten to if I  hadn't been in the Navy. We did  get around and had a look at  things," he said.  The war took him Nova Scotia, Boston, New York and the  south coast of England, among  other places.  Short is not afraid to make it  known lhal he views military service as a positive experience.  Although he has little taste for  war and combat ��� "War is a  stupid bloody thing," he said ���  military service is Ihe best way to  leam respecl and discipline.  "As a matter of fact, I think  lhal is one of Ihe answers for the  present-day youth problem. But  as soon as you mention that they  say, 'Oh, you old war buggers,  you are mongering war again.'  "But there is nothing like a  couple of years in the good old  navy and military establishments  to straighten you out."  Would he do it again? Probably not, he said, wilh a laugh.  "Those of us who went  through it, I guess we'd never  want to do it again, but there is a  time of life for everything and at  that time it was the thing to do."  K\\\\\\\\\\W -seniors circuit  Boat Show Specials!  SHOP LOCALLY AND SAVE AT  CONSIGNMENTS WELCOME  TIDELINE MARINE  1885-4141 ��� 5637 WHARF. RD, SECHELT ��� MON-SAT 8 am - 6 PM  mfffffiifjjmiimfimmmmmmmimfmmmfiJJifimmfffiiifff  I  Quality Farms'  Pet Extravaganza  Weekend  Sat. Feb. 12 & Sunday Feb. 13  Lots of in-store specials!  Pet Food  Science i >K'i ��� iams  llmiu* Ntiuiittw  Icdinn-.i ���Wjyiie;uul  nn in-' vet snick tanned  lianloNl  Small animal  accessories for  . domestic birds,  hamsters,  fish and more!  r \Um Is ��� 11 .isIks  Bring these coupons in for great savings and a chance  to win $ 10. $20 or $50 gift certificates for pet supplies  ��� Feb. 12113 only ��� In-etora nun* only ��� Feb. 12 * 13 only ��� tn-ttoreltwnt only  ^Metttm*excluded itttftffViWPi ��� ��� ���  ' io%6�� "'! HI""20%ow  our already low  pot food supplla*  Name Phone  ���^^Address_  all  pot accossorioo  Name Phone_  by Larry Grafton  Hello, Prince George  ��� The formation of the Senior  Citizens Travel Club will eventually lead to some interesting  trips, 1 am sure, for Sechelt  Seniors,with so-called itchy  feet.  Probably the first endeavour  is an overnight trip via BC Rail  to Prince George and return,  leaving our centre early enough  on the morning of March 27 to  catch the 6:20 am ferry from  Langdale.  Full details of this adventure  are available at the centre  (phone 885-3513).  Ask for Robbie Robson who  is our travel coordinator.  The matter of urgency should  be mentioned since approximately one half of the total 36  reservations have been snapped  up as of my press deadline.  Raffle  Again, looking ahead to our  spring tea and sale on April 23,  tickets have been prepared for a  raffle which will be drawn on  that date at 2 pm.  Having a definite draw time  will ensure that those interested  will be on hand at thai lime.  Edith Knight at 885-2996 will  have tickets available. The items  lo be raffled are on display in  the vestibule of the centre for  your perusal.  Pot Luck supper  Mention simply must be  made of the 70-odd people who  attended the Jan. 29 (Saturday  night) pot luck supper at the  centre.  Following the sumptuous  meal wilh a greal variety of  desserts to be had, the tables  were moved aside, card tables  were set up for bridge, whist,  cribbage and even 'tile rummy.'  Then two carpets were laid  down to introduce new members  to carpet bowling.  HAPPY HOLIDAYS MOTORHOME SALES  20', 22' & 24'  Gently used models  10'Camper Box for sale  FORD 250 Pickup's  '92 & '93  886-9025 or 886-8481  ^^^e       & February  Specials  jriiuiiKi  VARIETY  ____  NATUREWORKS  Nutrition Centre Inc.  FOODS  Wilson Creek (IGA) Plaza  4330 Hwy 101  Phone 8850773  The games room was well  patronized by pool-snooker  players and a greal time was had  by all. It was truly a banner  evening.  Valentine Tea  Margot Matthews and her  very competent team of volunteers have organized afternoon  tea for members and their  friends on Feb. '.4 at the centre  in the craft room from 2 pm to 4  pm.  Past experience has proven  these efforts to be popular and  well attended. This tea should  be no exception and the goodies  have been mouth-watering in  the past.  Mark your calendars so you  do not miss this one.  Carpet bowling  This specific activity continues to draw a full slate of players on four carpets Mondays  and usually two carpets on  Wednesdays. Come and join the  fun.  You will be on a different  team each week so attendance  can be spasmodic when necessary.  Continuing popularity will  probably necessitate another  carpet soon.  Pancake Breakfast  It rather looks as if our men  are going to have to exhibit their  culinary skills on Feb. 19 from 9  am to 11 am when there will be  a pancake breakfast at Ihe centre.  One week later on Feb. 26 at  6 pm, there will be a spaghetti  and meat sauce dinner, which  will be our regular month-end  get together. Tickets have been  printed for Ihis extravaganza  and will be available at the centre.  Check the centre for information regarding line dancing,  ballroom dancing, Chi Gong,  exercises and all activities in our  busy centre.  a*r  Quality Farm & Garden Supply Ltd.  *f   -fl      I'r.ilt Htl . Gilison:;     BUfi-7527     Mon      S.il   0 - r) 30    Sun   10 -'1  INVENTORY CLEARANCE  SALE  ^ CO/,   /\rr   ��� Jewellery ��� Photo frames  *** *3 /O Urr   ��� Paper Making Kits  ��� Matted & Framed Art Cards ��� Far Side Mugs & T-Shirts  15% OFF all art supplies  Fri - Tues 11-4 Closed Wed & Thurs Other times by appointment   886-9213 280 Gown Port Rmd. Om_ __U  Show Piece Gallery = Coast News, February 7,1994  11  '  community  halfmoon happenings  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  You only have a few days now to make  reservations for the Welcome Beach Community Association's Valentine potluck dinner  and dance. Date is Saturday, Feb. 12, tickets  are $5 and can be obtained from Pat at 885-  9852 or Joyce at 885-5946. Bring along your  favourite casserole or desert, enjoy a good  meal, then dance to the music of the Great  Danes. Happy hour is at 6 pm, dinner at 7 pm.  A reminder, too, that the Halfmoon Bay  branch of the hospital will have its regular  monthly meeting next Monday, Feb. 14 at 10  am in Welcome Beach hall.  School news  On Monday, Feb. 28 there will be a PAC  meeting with representatives from the SCRD  and the Halfmoon Bay Recreation Commission for discussion of Connor Park and of a  proposed community-use room at the school.  1  In a newsletter from the school, parents  were once again reminded of ihe importance  of teaching their children to say "No" when  approached by a stranger and to make sure  they are completely familiar with the personal  safety rules. Recently a small girl was  approached by a strange man in the area, so  kids can't be too careful.  Chamber concert  Those of you who may be unable to attend  the concert by the Shostokovich Quartette at  Raven's Cry Theatre next week will have a  chance to enjoy this wonderful musical presentation on Wednesday, Feb. 9 at the Pender  Harbour Community Hall at 1:30 pm. Each  program will be different, so all you chamber  music buffs can enjoy a double treat. Tickets  will be available at the door for $12.  Writing contest  Time again for the annual Sunshine Coast  Writing Contest sponsored by the Suncoast  Writers' Forge. Contest rules and requirements are available at book stores and at the  Coast News office in Sechelt. There are some  good cash prizes at stake for this contest  which is open only to Sunshine Coast residents. For information you could either call  me or Jan at 886-4692.  Bagpipes and haggis  If you missed out on the great Bums nights  in Gibsons and Sechelt, there is one more  chance to enjoy the Scottish celebration. This  Saturday, Feb. 12 a bus is provided to take  you and bring you home from the Backeddy  Pub in Egmont.  Call Ihe Backeddy if you would like a seat  on the bus. The Sechelt Legion Pipe Band  will be playing; there will be Highland  Dancers and lots of other entertainment. See  you there.  Treat your Valentine  to a romantic evening at  f RESTAURANT  ^&9H*Ue6n^At��**ty  SPECIAL 3 COURSE SWEETHEARTS MENU  in addition to our regular menu.  SAT./SUN./MON., FEB. 12,13,14  FOR RESERVATIONS CALL 886-2188 W  George Cameron Antiques  prints   ��JjQ^ |f SdlC   at  Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons, Feb. 7 -13  Antiques - Canadian & European Reproduction ��� Solid oak B.C. made  The Selection is great (as usual)" The prices fantastic  ficc You at the Mall  by Frank Roosen, 883-2922  Ladies, don't forget this  Wednesday, Feb. 9 - that's when  you are expected to be at St.  Andrews Church at 1:30 pm for  the meeting of St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary. They are looking for rtore volunteers so  please tome out and help wherever you can.  The Russians are coming  Yes they are. And how lucky  can Pender Harbour be to be  selected as their first stop. We  are talking about Matinee Time  with the Shostakovich String  Quartet who will be performing  for us right here in the PH Communily Hall. Pender Harbour  has been selected as their first  performance on the West Coasl.  The only problem I have is  egmont news  the above mentioned time and  date. Yes, it will also be on  Wednesday, Feb. 9 at 1:30 pm.  The difference is $12.50  between the two doors. It's up to  you. The Russians will be here  for only a short time, while the  rest of us will have to stay here  and stay healthy enough to fight  for our ferry system of highways.  Did you all notice last week  how Moe Sihota descended  from a plane to make his official  visit to the Sunshine Coast? If  he had gone by the regular ferry  route his picture would not have  been in the paper until next  week.  Serendipity dance  You could not have missed  the banner hanging across the  road but in case you did miss it,  or perhaps our bright sunshine  blinded your eyes, the date is  this Friday, Feb. IT at the community hall. Live music by  Night Moves and a light buffet  all for $15 each.  Tickets at Oaktree Market,  Rob's Vidto and at the PetroCan. This is their mairt'mpiiey  raiser lo keep the little toddlers  away from traffic.  Heart Foundation  May we remind you that they  are still looking for canvassers  for Pender Egmont area for their  fundraising drive to be held the  second part of this month. If you  could help please phone Marie  Steel at 885-2156.  Pancake breakfast  On Sunday, Feb. 13 you all  can pig out again with a great  breakfast at the Pender Harbour  Lions Community Park. Starting  about sunrise (whether you see  it or not) to noon, the Lions will  cook up a storm for you.  Flash, Flash  -Vie just learned from the  highest authority that the president of BC Ferry Corporation   |  (yes, the same 'outfit that gets  you uptight every time you want  to get home), Mr. Michael Martin will be visiting our shores on  March 9 this year.  I hope he has booked for his  flight over or perhaps he is considering leaving the day before  his planned arrival here. Surely  a man of his stature is not going  to sit and wait in HSB like the  rest of us? Would he?  WMWi WM& RF/*VIBK RE^VIKK  TOM TURNER  Top Producer  by Maureen Parrott, 883-9189  Walking down a path last  Sunday, young Rhea called out,  "Look, Gramma! There's a porcupine in a tree." Grandma  Sally, walking with her, looked  and saw the animal, too.  The last time we had a porcupine in Egmont, the whole  school turned out to see it. I  remember, because I was in  Egmont elementary school then.  Wally Silvey reached up with a  long pole topped with a stuffed *  cloth glove, Ihe porcupine swatted the glove with its tail and  when Wally brought it down Ihe  glove was full of quills (souvenirs for us kids). This porcupine only stayed one day; probably just as well, since Ihe lasl  one ended up in a slewpol. If  your dog tangles wilh a porcupine, the best remedy may be  baking soda with a little water to  make a paste; the quills just melt  away.  Welcome  Welcome lo Lis Jaeger, who  jusl moved to the Mees' old  setting It straight  The Coast News wishes to  apologize for an error in fact  which appeared in the Egmont  News column of Jan. 17, 1994.  Egmont resident Esther Fallow-  field died of a heart attack, not  an aneurysm as was reported.  The newspaper also wishes to  apologize for any distress it may  have caused to her family and  friends by relating in detail the  specific circumstances surrounding her death.  The Editor  place on Ruby Lake with her  young son Simon (and dog Pun-  eel). She would like to find an  inventive, musical person to  spend time with Simon on a regular basis. Call 883-9833.  Musical Notes  When the world-renowned  Shostakovich String Quartet  starts itsCanadian tour this  Wednesday (Feb. 9 at Pender  Harbour community hall), the  performance will begin at 1:30  pm for the convenience of audience members driving from  Egmont. This will be a wonderful concert.  Raise your spirits Feb. 25  with the Spirit Merchants at  Egmont Community Hall.  Dance tickets cost $12 for members and $15 for non-members,  13- to 16-year olds half price  and little tykes free.  Egmont Lions have been  busy cutting alder firewood for a  fundraising project.  I'm not an ordinary real estate agent I'm a RE/MAX Top  Producer. That means I work extra hard to meet eveiy dienrs  individual wants and needs. And my dienta like that  Why do I work for RE/MAX? 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"Ninety per cent of the lates are five per  cenl of the population." he said.  Sharlene Coly, manager of Wilderness  Video in Sechelt, said she finds most people to  be honest and they admit they "forgot" to  return their rentals.  In Pender Harbour, some of Rob's Video  Rental customers tend to explain their tardiness with the excuse of "no wheels," said  owner Rob Nieuwenhuis.  However, perhaps because of the number of  video rental locations on the Coast, a common  return faux pas is people returning their rentals  to the wrong location.  "That happens quite often," said Marion  McDonald, manager of Budget Video and  Laser. But the biggest worry for dispersers of  renlal videos and VCRs is what kind of shape  their property will be in when it's returned.  All shop owners say their clients are conscientious when it comes to rewinding tapes and  keeping the tapes and machines in good shape.  However, there are some horror stories.  McDonald said she's lost some VCRs when  renter, simply fail to return them.  "In a lol of cases people lend to disappear,  for whatever reason. They move or become  unavailable, bul it's not a major problem. We  keep pretty close tabs on our hardware."  For such cases, Wilderness Video is examining the possibility of attaching homing  devices to their video machines.  "The worst problem is the stolen ones arid  we can't truck them down," said manager  Coty. In fact, the store lost seven VCRs last  year to renters who failed to return Ihe  machines. Nieuwenhuis said he had one customer bring a machine in after it "fell out of  the back of his pickup truck and bounced on  the road. Usually they're pretty good but you  get the odd one where a kid gels hold of one."  Video Elc's Burk recalled a lime when a  customer relumed a Nintendo machine that  was full of ��� chocolate puddingl  And another customer smashed a VCR.  "He was lhal mad al ihe machine," Burk  laughed.  Coast News,  February 7, 1994             13  GIBSONS  IN-STOCK  CHRISTIAN BOOKS  Wide selection  of fiction books  tP^k  for rainy day reading.  NEW STOCK OF-  2A-747 NORTH RD.,  GIBSONS  CoMCttc'd  Store Hours:  Mon. - Sat. 11-5  owICD'a  Fri. 11 - 7 Ph: 886-4748  Come in and browse  Video renters react to weather, NHL play-offs  There are 14 video and VCR  rental shops on the Sunshine  Coast.  And lhal doesn't include locations like the Roberts Creek  Store which has video rentals  among other items available to  customers. With such locations  in mind, videos can be rented  almo| everywhere.  Sharlene Coty, manager of  Wilderness Video in Sechelt,  said business is steady at her  location and at special times of  the year it becomes constant and  wild, while at other times it  slows down.  During Ihe National Hockey  League playoffs, for example, or  when the weather is too nice to  be inside watching the lube, it's  dead, she said.  Rob Nieuwenhuis, owner of  Lowndes  memorial  fund  increased  The Gillian Lowndes Memorial fund has received additional  funding to be used to help Sunshine Coast artists. The announcement of the donation by the  Lowndes family was made at the  last meeting of the Sunshine  Coasl Ails Council.  The annual award is made in  honour of Gillian Lowndes who,  al the lime of her death from cancer al Ihe age of 29, was the vice-  president of the Arts Council.  A $2,000 fund was established  by the council and the family in  1981, and was further endowed  by the family in 1985, so thai Ihe  interest from a total of $5,000 was  available for Ihe award.  Lowndes was a dancer and  also produced the work of others.  Her last work was entitled Two  Up Front and was performed wilh  a Countryside Concert locally  before being performed at the  Western Front in Vancouver.  Her interest and involvement  in the aits is credited wilh going a  long way lo establish the Sunshine Coast as an artist's communily.  The call for nominations for  Ihe award is put out in September  and the award is presented at a  special celebration in November  at the Arts Centre.  Last year's winner, Karen  Boolhroyd, was Ihe first dancer lo  be honoured since the award was  established.  Rob's Video Rentals in Pender  Harbour, like most other video  operators on the Coast, has also  noted business down when the  sun is up and when  the rain clouds are ������  busy depositing  their cargo, business "goes crazy."  But the common-variety busy  days are Friday and  Saturday, every ������  store contacted  during an informal survey reported.  "Saturday around here is a  zoo," said Video Etc. owner  D'Arcy Burk.  Christmas, on the other hand,  "is massive crazy," Coty  laughed.  'Saturday around  zoo'  ���D'Arcy Burk  more people in Pender Harbour  buying videos than ever before  this past year and video game  rentals, such as Super-Nintendo  and Sega-Genesis,       are also popular.  And for Marion  McDonald of Budget Video1 and-1  Laser in O^go^  Park Plaza, sales  of Walt Disney        films are always  steady sellers.  As for what people on the  Coast are watching, each store  has a different answer.  McDonald said, "All of the  above. It depends on the clients."  Her assessment echoed all the  other video owners and managers  interviewed in that "new releas-  Nieuwenhuis has noticed     es" are the most popular choice.  After that, she said, comedies  and dramas are big and foreign  films are starting to gain a following.  In the Pender Harbour area,  it's comedies, Nieuwenhuis  reported. And it's even better "if  you    can    get    a    good  ; comedy/adventure."  '    As of the end of January,  ' video buffs on the Coast were  keen on films such as Robin  Hood: Men in Tights, The Firm,  Cliffhanger, Rising Sun, Dragon  and Hocus Pocus.  Does any one age group rent  videos more than the other? The  answer is no.  "We've got them all," Burk  said. "We were going to do some  advertising to a special group and  we had a hard time figuring out  which group."  BEAT THE GST EVENT  4 DAYS ONLY  FEBRUARY 16-19  ���Order any number of items totalling over $100 (before  taxes) and SEARS will deduct an amount equivalent to the  GST from your total purchase of ALL MERCHANDISE from  the Mid-Winter, Spring & Summer and Fun in the Sun  catalogues. 3 locations to serve you.  PICK UP YOUR  FREE  "SPRING AND SUMMER '94"  CATALOGUE TODAY.  HURRY IN-  SUPPLIES ARE  LIMITED!  MADEIRA  PARK  883-9511  885-5141  886-2237  Give your love a Gift  from the Heart..  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Unit values, yields and Investment returns uHUfluctuate.  by Peler Trower  Al Purdy (or Alfred W.  Purdy as he used lo sign himself  more formally in the early days)  is a true original - a rough-  hewn, plain-spoken icon of  Canadian letters. After a long  apprenticeship period Purdy  transformed himself from a doggerel rhymester into a skillful  practitioner of modern free  verse. His Governor General's  Award-winning collection, The  Cariboo Horses, was published  in I96S lo wide critical acclaim.  The rest ��� to coin a cliche ��� is  history.  Purdy has now elected lo  detail that history ��� including  Ihe difficult formative years ���  in a frank and revealing autobiography. Reaching For The  Beaufort Sea - Harbour - 199.1,  takes its somewhat enigmatic  title from Northwest Passage by  the late folksinger, Stan Rogers,  a kindred spirit and one of  Purdy's favourite performers.  When queried about the title by  Peler Gzowski on the Morning-  side show recently, the poet  explained that it could be taken  as a metaphor for the search for  excellence in writing. Reaching  For The Beaufort Sea is essentially the story of that quest, told  in Purdy's customarily uninhibited fashion.  The basic facts of Purdy's  life are reasonably well known  to anyone with even a passing  interest in modem Canadian literature. His poems have recorded the highlights of his againsl-  the-odds rise. There have been  numerous biographical articles  in addition. But it's one thing to  read of Purdy as mentor at large  and literary legend from a distanced point of view and quite  another to hear the facts of the  matter from the poet himself.  Purdy is no shrinking violet anil  he tells the tales of growing and  greening in his own inimitable  voice. It's masks-off time and  Purdy plunges right in ��� starting with the sentimental fellow  who cranked out the early stuff  Make Tour  VALENTINE  HAPPY  at  GIBSONS PARK PLAZA  SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12  Unit 111  (between Sears & Bernadette's Galleries)  Hullabaloo Creative Workshop  1 -3 p.m.  Open to "kids" of all ages  FREE  Participants will be guided  through the process of creating  their own handmade valentines.  ��� Now China KHchen  ' Soars  ' Mountain High Cyclo  1 Frontrunnors  ���Color Vour World  ��� Sumhlno Coait  Insurance Agencies Ltd.  ��� Gibsons Pet Foods k Supplies  ��� Dar Lebanon Restaurant  Eugenia's Interiors  PappaJoes'sMua  largalns Galore  Re/Max "Top 20'Realty  ludget Video  Allaba'sCate  IGA Plus Gibsons  lemadette's Galleries  Nutcracker Sweet  The cover of Al Purdy's new book, Reaching for the Beaufort Sea.  ��� stumbling towards his real  persons. He will undoubtedly  anger a few sensitive souls with  his frank assessments. He takes  no prisoners and pulls no punches.  Getting famous is an unlikely  possibility in the first place. Al  Purdy made all the right moves  after a very slow start, ignoring  failure, pushing buttons, laying  down his thorny truths with a  healthy leavening of humour.  For most of its almost 300  pages, Purdy's salty memoirs  pursue a straight-forward  chronological course, beginning  with his bookish and rather  lonely childhood. (An only  child, he was raised by his widowed mother). Purdy began  writing primitive poems at an  early age but school did not particularly intrigue him.  He quit in the ninth grade to  pursue a life of adventure, riding  the freights from Trenton,  Ontario to Vancouver when he  was 17. In due course, Purdy  enlisted in the RCAF and married Eurithe Parkhurst, who  remains his companion to this  day.  In 1955, after a five-year  stint in a Vancouver mattress  factory, Purdy quit his job,  determined to become a full-  time writer. He and Eurithe  moved back to Ontario, built an  A-frame at Roblin Lake and  embarked on a period of  extreme poverty and privation.  Purdy sold plays to the CBC and  struggled to break his poetry  free from the unfashionable  strictures of rhyme and meter.  Poems For All The Annettes in  1962, was his first breakthrough  book and The Cariboo Horse in  I96S, completed the process.  Purdy was now firmly established as an important Canadian  poet and Ihe years of impecunious struggling were over.  At Ihis point in his narrative,  Purdy abandons conventional  chronology. The long, final  chapter of Beaufort Sea is entitled Anecdotage - and it is llie  most fascinaling segment of the  book. Here Purdy jumps nimbly  aboul ihrough ihe years following his inilial success, telling  tales oul of school on many colleagues and fellow poets. He  spins yarns about Margaret  Lawrence, Margaret Alwood,  Earlc Birney, Louis Dudek, Irving Layton, Hugh Garner, Milton Acorn, Jack McClelland,  John Newlove, Margaret Avison  and a host of others thai are perceptive, outrageous and often  very funny.  The beer-squirting contest  with Margaret Atwood and a  drunken wrestling match with  John Newlove are cases in  point. There is even an offbeat  meeting with a pre-prime ministerial Pierre Trudeau in Fidel  Castro's Cuba.  This lively section of offbeat  glimpses and opinions provides  the icing on the cake for an  engrossing and wholly individual memoir. Purdy's editor, Alex  Widen, has done a yeoman job  in helping pull the whole  sprawling saga together.  Harbour has done an equally  fine service in bringing it to  print. A must read item.  ... i ,i��ij i rwnon  FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY!  Receive a Gold Plated Door FREE!  When you purchase a Series 27, Standard or  Super Series Insert  ACT NOW!  skciiki: .  FIREPLACE  GAS  SECHELT FIREPLACE  & GAS CENTRE  "The Professionals in the latest quality  heating options and designs"  Gas/Propane ��� Wood ��� Pellet  Specialists: Conversions / New Construction  All work guaranteed ��� Safety First ��� Complete sales & installations  Class A Gas Fitter/Certified Technicians  Open M ��� F, 9 ��� 5 ��� Saturday 10 ���  Showroom & Warehouse - 5631 Wharf Rd.  Tel: 885-7171  *-*  - -----   - I  Coast News, February 7,1994  15  sports  Gibsons Pigs back in winning form  by Ian Cobb  The Gibsons Pigs Rugby Club regained ils  winning form last weekend at Langdale Elementary School during Vancouver Rugby  Union aclion at Langdale Elementary School.  And the winning form came back in style  as the Pigs gored the Kats 26-0 before about  50 people beneath a rare deep blue sky.  The Pigs' scoring was pretty well distributed throughout the game, with the club  scoring two tries in the first and two tries in  the second half.  Albert Bezaire rambled into the end zone  in the first half for a try and kicker Dave  Strohm added Ihe two-point kick to lift Ihe  Pigs inlo a 7-0 lead.  Despite the lopsided score, the Kats actually played the Pigs hard, especially in the  forwards, but good fortune was with the  home side. "Everytime we got Ihe ball, something good happened for us," said club  spokesman Ray Dow.  'Everytime we got the ball,  something good  happened/or us'  -Kay Dow  The Pigs' second try was the result of the  squad capitalizing on the Kats faux pas of  feeling the ball and getting a penalty for  wasting time.  With ihe ball coming out at the five-metre  line of the Kats, the Pigs swung the ball out  to Bill Henderson who bowled over a Kats  defender and rumbled into the end zone.  Some of the good fortune lurking around  the Pigs on thai day also came in the form of  three missed field goals by the Kats.  In the second half, John Rainer scored a  try and Strohm connected on his third  straight kick to up the Pigs lead to 21 and as  the game wound down, Jim Pers scooped a  toss out on the wing and ran around the Kats'  end to score in the corner.  This time, because of where Pers touched  the ball down, Strohm couldn't make the  kick and the Pigs settled for five final points.  With the victory, the Pigs record  improved lo 14 wins and one loss, good for a  continued ride in first place.  The Pigs nexl game was Sunday, Feb. 6,  at Langdale against the fourth-place Trojans,  when the Coast News was going lo press.  Koyai Lanaaian Legion ^^  Members & Guests Welcome  SECHELT  5528 Wharf Street* 885-2526  Friday & .Saturday, Feb 11 & 12  fi AZULEJOS fi  Friday Night Supper Served 5:30-7:30 pm  Entertainment from 8:30 - 12:30pm  OWN SUNDAYS 11 ��� 6 / LUNCHES MON. ��� F��l. 11-3  Next General Meeting  Mon Feb 21  Crib  Juesdeys, 8 pm  Bingo  M,7pm  Meat Draw  fiwySrturdby<pm  Coast tennis club looking for new members  GIBSONS  Hwy. 101 ��� 886-2411  .  The altitude of members of  the Suncoast Racquet Club is  enough to make you think it was  summer.  The non-profit club, now in  its third year of operation, continues lo pull in avid tennis  players, both young and old. To  date, the club has signed up 90  ball swatters and is looking for  more.  "Yes, our membership is  increasing, mainly because it is  a racquet sport that we can practise  all year round," said Val  McCourt, a member of Ihe  club's board of directors.  The club's roots can be  traced back to the efforts of  Wakefield Inn owners Rick and  Gary Radymski, who installed a  bubble over the racquet courts  and operated the facility for  profit.  In 1990, the racquet club was  formed and subsequently took  over the facilities for regular  play and yearly tournaments.  Its members range in up :  from 14 to 78.  "It is good exercise and Ihere  are a lot of us who don't go to  aerobics.  "This sort of fills that need,"  McCourt said, an avid player for  the past 10 years.  On Jan. 30, the club wrapped  up its first two-day ladies double tournament of the year.  Shelley Flockhart and Bonny  Bennett managed to beat out  five other teams, including  finalists Jeff Taylor and Oda  Rulzcbcck.  The men's doubles tourna-  Notice Board M  Oa|ola| events mail tie updstrd monthly  We reserve Ihe right to edit submissions lor brevity  All submissions should refer lo non-profit events  of genuine community interest  Items will be listed Ihree weeks prior lo the event.  The Sunshine  Coast News  TUESDAY, FEBRUARY ���  S.C. Home Support Society Hospice  Intervice, 4:30 pm, St. Mary's Hospital  boardroom.  B.C. Schizophrenia Society, Sunshine  Coaal Branch Caring t Sharing  Caregiver Support Group, 10 am-noon,  1131 Rosamund Rd., Qibsons. Into or  rkle: 896-7218,885 0655  WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY t  St. Mary'e Hospital Auxiliary. Pender  Harbour branch meeting. 1:30 pm, SI.  Andrew's Church.  Third Annual Ecumenical Chrlatlan  Women'sLuncheon, il am2pm, Bethel  Baptist Church, Trail Ave. K Mermaid St.,  Sechell Coat: tS/person. Speaker  Evelyn Richardson, Vancouver.  Elphinstone Electora' Aeen annual  general meeting, 7:30 pm, Frank West  :ommunlty Use Room, Elphinstone  Communily Centre, Chaster Rd. All  Elphinstone residents welcome and  urged to attend  Heert 4 Stroke Foundation ol B.C. S  Yukon will have nuraes taking blood  pressures. Trail Bay Mall, 10 am-4 pm.  S.C. White Cane Club monthly meeling,  1:30 pm. Davis bay Community Hall. Inlo:  BM-2703.  Shoetikovlch Siring Quartet. 1:30 pm.  Pender Harbour Community Hall.  Weat Howe Sound Electora  Aaen general meeting, 6:45 pm,  Langdale School Guesl speaker: Leagh  Marten ot the Ollice ol Engineering,  Ministry ol Transportation a Highways,  Project Manager, Highways/Ferries  Intersection at Langdale. The topic il ol  the utmost Importance to Ihe West Howe  Sound Communily WE URGE YOUR  PARTICIPATION. Please note early  meeting time, to enable our guest to  make the last ferry.  'Who Carea Who Carea" Caregiver  Suppon Group meeting, 1*3 pm, Kirkland  Cenlre, 4602 Simpkins Rd., Oavis Bay.  Inlo: Barbara, 8650855.  THURSDAY, FEBRUARY to  S.C. Commutere' Aaan welcomes  commuters, frequent travellers, Individual  commercial travellers and all Sunahine  Coasl citizens who wish lo promote  Improvement In lerry transportation  services to our lirst General Meeling .  Gibsons Elementary auditorium, 7:30 pm.  B.C. Schizophrenia Society meeting, 2  4 pm. Coast-Garibaldi Health Unit,  Gibsons Featuring Mary Bentley, who  runs Frances House In Richmond, a Jibed facility lor persons wilh  schizophrenia. Free: all welcome.  St. Mary'e Hospital Auxiliary, Gibsons  branch meeting, 1:30 pm, Marine Room.  New members wanted - call 866-7120  St. Mary'e Hospltel Auxiliary. Sechell  branch meeling. SI Hilda's Hall. 1 30 pm  Please attend  SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12  Valenllne'a Crall Fair, a am 4 pm,  Sechell Indian Band Hall. For table  rentals, call Dee. 6854882  Welcome Beach Community Aaan  'Valentine Potluck" supper 4 dence. 6  pm. Come along and bring your lavourite  casserole, salad or dessert Then dance  to live music by the Great Danes Tickets  ti reservations Pal 865-6852: Joyce 685  5948: or Fred 865-9501 Tickets $5.  SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 13  Percussion Workshop with members ot  SUMALAO. 57 pm, Rockwood Cenlre  For beginners and experts. Early  registration 620. Alter Feb. 4, 625. Call  665-2522 to register  S.C. Arts Council Countryside  Concerts Serlee presents SUMALAO. 7  musicians playing traditional and  traditionally-based Latin American music.  2:30 pm, Haven's Cry Theatre, Sechell.  Subscribers are reminded lo conlact  concert organizers II they are unable to  use their tickets. Tickets ((15 and Inlo:  668-2324, 885 4402 or the thealre on the  day ol the show. 865-4597  MONOAY, FEBRUARY 14  t C. Peece Group meeting, 7:30 pm,  Roberts Creek Elementary School library.  Refreshments All welcome.  Retired Teachers' Aaan, Branch 46  Valentine Luncheon, Whart Restaurant  Buffet Happy hour al noon, lunch I pm.  $8 Speaker: romance author Judy GUI.  New members welcome.  Sl Mary'e Hospital Auxiliary. Halfmoon  Bay branch meeling. 10 am, Welcome  Beach Hall.  Sechelt * Dlatrlct Chamber of  Commerce luncheon. Business Meets  Politics. Enjoy a chance lo lunch with  your mayor and council. Noon, Whart  Restaurant. $10 Call 885-3100 10  reserve.  TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18  S.C. Buelnese i Profeealonal  Women'* Club dinner meeting. Golden  City Restaurant, Sechelt. Into: Sienna.  685-5773.  THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17  Income Tax Seminar: training session  lor volunteers who are willing 10 help  others with basic income tax lorms.  Sponsored by Volunteer & Inlormation  Centre and Revenue Canada. 10 am-2  pm. S.C. Community Services Society.  5636 Inlet Ave., Sechelt. There Is no cost  lor this workshop and refreshments will  be provided. Info 6 registration: 8655681  (ask lor Ihe Volunteer Centre).  FRIDAY * SATURDAY, FEB. 16 A 19  3rd Annual Creek Cemlval - tickets at  Roberts Creek Store. Gumboot Garden  Feb. 12. FRIDAY: 6-9 pm: Gumboot  Garden creates the first of two Carnival  Dinners (reservations please ��� 665-4216).  8 pm, Roberts Creek Hall: 1958 Movie  Black Orpheus, samba-drama sat at Rio  Carnival Tickets $4. SATURDAY: 3:30-  5:30 pm, Roberts Creek Hall: People ot Ihe  Forest Celebrate Cemlval, community  event lor children and adults Smoke and  alcohol-free. Come aa costumed lores!  folk, fantastic characters, creekers. Dance:  Umbo, conga line Simple It exotic food 6  refreshments on sale. "People Playing  Music" from Vancouver will play. Tickets  $2 SO 6-9 pm: Gumboot Gardens presents  2nd Carnival Menu. Costumed celebrants  welcome (reservations please - 8864216).  9 pm-1 am, Roberts Creek Hall: Carnival  Dance. Come as Creekers or fantastic  ���People ol the Forest" and celebrate lo the  lively sounds ol 'People Playing Music'  (reggae, funk, blues, afro, samba, world-  beat sounds) Limbo competition, conga  line. Alcoholic and alcohoi-lree beverages.  Smoking outside Finger food. No minors  please. Tickets 612.  MONDAY, FEBRUARY ai  E.C.E. B.C. meeling, Klttycat Daycare,  6448 Samron, Sechelt, 7 pm. Inlo: 885-  7759  Olbaona Landing Merchants Aaan  meeting. 7:30 pm, Harbour Cafe. All non-  member merchants welcome.  Canedlen Cancer Society. Sunshine  Coast Unit, regular monthly meeting, 1  pm. SCRD ollice, Royal Terrace, Sechelt  Public welcome.  Olbaona Sea Cavalcade  Committee meeling. 7:30 pm, Marine  Room (below public library) All welcome  Thla year's Sea Cavalcade July 2224  Theme: "Pirate Party" Some committees  are still looking tor members and leaders  Inlo: 866-2664.  TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 22  B.C. Schizophrenia Society. Sunshine  Coast Branch Caring a) Sharing  Caregiver Support Group, 10 am-noon,  Kirkland Centre, 4602 Simpkins Rd  Davis Bay. Info or ride: 886-7216. 885-  0855  Olbaona 4 Dlatrlct Library Board  annual general meeting. 7:30 pm in the  library. All members welcome  WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23  "Who Carea Who Carea" Caregiver  Suppon Group meeting, 1 -3 pm. Kirkland  Centre. 4602 Simpkins Rd , Davis Bay  Inlo: Barbara. 885-0(56  MISCELLANEOUS  Suncoaat Wrltara' Forge Annual  Writing Contest: send your original  writing, short story or article by Feb 16 lo  Writers' Forge, Bon 2154. Sechell, B.C  VON SAO lor cash prizes, and publication  In The SunCoasler anthology Maximum  1200 words Contest rules are available  al your local bookstore, or phone Jan  DeGrass at 686-4692.  Child Health Clinics: (Gibsons) Feb. I.  6, 15 6 22 with extra CHC Feb. 21.  (Secnelt) Feb. 2. 9, 16 6 23 with extra  CHC Feb. 14. (Pender Harbour) Feb. 3,  10617  Tuberculin Skin Testing 1 Travellers  Clinic: (Qibsons Health Unit) Feb. 7. 14,  21128 with Travellers Clinic only Feb. 4,  11.16 625: (Sechell Health Unit) Feb. 7,  14, 21 6 26 with Travellers Clinic only  Feb 2,9,16 6 23  Prenatal Claaaea: (Gibsons Heallh Unit)  Early class April 5, Late Class Series ���  February 15, 22 6 March 1. (Sechelt  Heallh Unit) Early Prenatal Class  February 22: Late Series March 22, 29,  April 5 All above Prenatal Classes are  from 7 to 9 pm. Please register early as  classes ml up quickly. To register:  (Qibsons) 886-5600), (Sechelt) 665-5164.  Elphinstone Pioneer Mueeum, 716  Winn Rd., across Irom Post Olfice,  Gibsons. Displays are constantly  changing. Wheelchair accessible. For  hours ol opening or to book a tour: 686-  6232.  Parent-Tot Drop-In: tor parents with children up to 5.9:30-11:30 am at the following locations: Gibsons United Church Hall  (Mon., Tues., Wed., Fri.); Sechelt St.  Hilda's Church Hall (Tues): Wilson Creek  Communily Hall (Thurs.). Inlo:  Community Services, 665-5681.  Sexually Transmitted Disease Clinic:  (HIV. inlormation. counselling and testing) Phone for appointment In Gibsons  886-5600, Sechelt 685-5164.  Single A Pregnant? Call Ihe Health Unit  - 886-5600.  Prenatal Hoepltal Tour: phone St.  Mary's Hospital switchboard lo arrange  for lour, 865-2224. Prenatal only.  Parent A Baby Drop-In gives parents an  opportunity to meet other parents and  discuss common concerns. The group  gathers every Tuesday from 1:15 to 3:30  pm at 494 S. Fletcher, Gibsons and in  Sechelt at 5571 Inlet on Wednesdays  from 1-3:30 pm.  School Entry Booeter Cllnlce: A booster dose ol diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis Is Important lor children entering  school. Gibsons clinics ��� 866-5600;  Sechelt clinics -885-5164.  Sunahine Coatt Breaatteedlng  Mothere' Oroup: mothers' meetings,  1994 (meetings begin at 10 am): Feb. 7:  Baby Arrives, The Family and Ihe Breast-  Fed Baby. Inlo: Laurie, 666-7900 or  Roxanne, 686-3230.  Sunehlne Coatt Bridge Club has party  and duplicate bridge games every  Monday A Thursday at 7 pm,  Wednesdays at 1 pm. Bridge partners  guaranteed June 23: ACBL championship  game. Inquire aboul gin rummy cash   152. 09  prizes contest: 865551  MONDAYS  Sunshine Coaat Spinners A Weavert  Guild meets 1st Monday ol each monlh,  Sept. Ihrough June, St. John's United  Church, Davis Bay. For more Inlo: Lynn  Pakulak, 885-7355.  New Horlzont meeta every Monday,  1:15-4 pm for bridge, carpet bowling, etc.  Roberts Creek Community Room. Info:  885-7203. 09  TUESDAYS  "Living With Cencer" Suppon Group  meets every other Tuesday, Kirkland  Centre, Davis Bay, 1 pm. Info 885-5661  or 666-6369.  S.C. Arts Council: Local art lor sale or  rent. First Tuesday ol every monlh, 2*6  pm. Put original artwork on your walls  and support Coast artists. Trail 6 Medusa  Aves. Sechell. 685-5412.  WEDNESDAYS  Children's Story Hour. 2-3 pm, Sechell  Public Library Into: 865-3260 09  Senkxt' Wellneea Exercise Group meets  9:30 am, Frank West Community Use  Room, Chaster Rd, Gibsons Caregivers  especially welcome Info: 886-2552  Pottpartum Deprettlon Support  Group - Gibsons Health Unit. 12 30 pm  THURSDAYS  )C'a Weight Lett Support Oroup  meets afternoons 12:30.2:30pm. call 886  2692, and evenings 6:30.6:00pm. call  886-7159, at Ihe United Church.  Glassford Rd., Gibsons  Birth Control Clinic. CoastGaribaldi  Health Unit, 494 S. Fletcher. 79 pm  Confidential service ��� everyone welcome  No appointment needed. Info: 885-7770.  Navy League Cadets for boys and girls  10-13 years ol age Cadets develop sell-  respect and discipline while having fun  learning nautical skills.. 6:30 pm. Qibsons  Legion Hall. Sept-May. Continuous registration, uniforms provided Call Mike. 686-  8236 22  FRIDAYS  Breast Sell-Exam Clinic: First Friday ol  each month, 7:30-9 pm, Qibsons Health  Unit.  Country Stera Square Dance Club, 8  pm, Seniors Activity Centre. Sechelt. Inlo:  Alice. 886-2769. 09  United Church Thrift Shop. 1-3 pm.  church basement, lane off Trueman  Road.  ment is scheduled for the final  weekend of Ihis monlh, followed by the mixed doubles  tournament in March.  On Fridays, the club hosts a  $1 drop-in clinic for youths 14-  18 years old.  Aspiring young players will  receive instruction and a chance  lo swat the ball around during  the evening.  On Saturdays, Vancouver  tennis pro Andy Braemer is on  hand, offering lessons for members and non-members.  Friday & Saturday Feb 11 & 12  fi   RESTLESS fi  All You Can Eat Buffet  Ss30 - 7pm  $>.SOitoflwior S��ok>r��$7.50  0PIN SUNDAYS 11-9/ KITCHEN HOURS MON. ��� SAT. 11 ��� I  Next General Meeting  w.f*ism  Darts  MlMptti  Crib  iat.lpm  Meat Draw  fwryJof. 4pm  301  CLIP  SAVE  RECYCLE THIS NEWSPAPER  QUALITY & VALUE  Choose from the largest selection of Appliances on the Sunshine Coast  ENEHGYSI^T  WT45000  LARGE CAPACITY  WASHER  ��� 9 Automatic cycles  Indole water level sellings  Wash/Rinse temperatures  ��� MAGIC CLEAN' Nnt filter  ��� Bleach and fabric jollmer  dispensers  ��� Direct Drive transmission  ��� Available in white miy  "ft  WT8360O  LARGE CAPACITY  DRYER  ��� 2 Drying cycles  (Normal, Permanent Praia)  .Sidtiwing'door  "*' "  ��� Available in whin only  THE  NEXT  GENER/KTION  WhirlixSol  APPLIANCES  WB958500*  SELF-CLEAN  CONVECTION RANGE  ��� LIFTTOP Cooktop  ��� Electronic time and  temperature control  13 Convection cooking modes  .TENDERCOOKelemenl  ��� SUPERBRDU element  ��� Convection roast rack  and eitra even rack  ��� SUREGRIP oven door hank  ��� Push-to open slorage drawer  ��� Automatic even lighl  ��� Also available in almond .  IW8PS8SNI  m*d__t___  _w\  Best Value! Best Selection! Best Quality! Best Service!  5605 Hwy. 101, Sechelt  DINING ROOMS/DINETTES  for every pocket book  See our  SELECTION  of different styles,  materials and sizes ���  n  AMBASSADOR  FURNITURE LTD.  Ekroehler  considering the QUALITY  offered for your dollar. . .  and you 'll know that  this is VALUE  ���Mi  MM Coast News, February 7, 1994  .^It'sTruMj!  Th&Best Burgers on the Gpast  Join  and enj^|be BEST BURGER  . firs&fcMa lb  Gibsons   <on��tfte Coast  18^7922  'TaKTOuTUrdghi Also  business  Chamber president-elect champing to go  SECHELT  APPLIANCE & MATTRESS  CENTER  SINGLE SETS from $239  DOUBLE SETS from $279  QUEEN SETS from $329  come in and sec David for  quality, service, & reliability  102*5688 Cowrie St., Sechelt  885*5417  fax 885-5418  j Attention  all Scots!  Back Eddy Marine Pub  in Honour of  Robbie Burns  featuring:  Sechelt Legion Pipe  Band & Dancers  Saturday, Feb. 12,1094  Dinner 5 pm  by Don Anderson  Economic development,  improved marketing and promo-  lion, and expansion of services  are just some of the challenges  facing Gordon L. Wilson, newly  elected president of the Sechelt  and District Chamber of Commerce.  "I'm looking forward to  increasing the volumes on the  Sunshine Coast through efficient marketing and promotion,"  Wilson said during an interview  Tuesday.  To say Wilson is ecstatic  aboul his new role with the  Chamber would be an understatement. He recognizes the  countless challenges lhal stand  before him and is prepared to  meet them head on, albeit prudently.  One of his first tasks will be  to address Ihe Chamber's efforts  in promotion of tourism on the  Coasl.  The Chamber has been  preparing a feasibility sludy to  set up an umbrella organization  that would control the existing  tourist information centres and  put together a marketing and  promotional "arm" for the  Coast.  Wilson's personal objective  is the elimination of duplication  of tourist information centres  and services from Gibsons to  Pender Harbor.  "We are all coming up with  the same brochures, carrying out  the same administrative functions...it's a duplication of services and a waste of money," he  said.  "It's time to streamline that  and gel everything under one  roof. I'm not saying the tourist  information centres, we should  leave them in the key locations.  It's just the administration."  The perception of residents is  money talks  Mayor Earl Basse Joins 1994 Stchelt Chamber Board of Directors. From left to right, (ront row:  John Thompson, Sussex Realty; Dean Butler, Sechelt Insurance Agency; Russ Olson, Sechelt CJolf  and Country Club (vice-president); Kevin Rolston, Communl: K; Joan Frembd, Rent It Canada;  Patrick Hobbs, Sussex Realty (past president); Reg Howe, NRS Realty (secretary); Timm Enns,  Magic Sound Electronics; Al Stickley, Bank of Montreal; Gordon L. Wilson, Sunshine Coast  Computer College (president). Top row: Jack Pratt, Royal Bank; Mayor Earl Basse; Rick Cooney,  Sunshine Coast Credit Union. Absent: Diane Anderson, Anderson Realty; Mike Shanks, Sechelt  Real Estate Appraisal; George Adrian, Royal Bank (treasurer). photo submitted  that growth and tourism must  also change if the Sunshine  Coast has any hope of furthering  economic development, Wilson  said.  "It's lime to get progressive,  not careless." Our transportation  on the Sunshine Coast is an area  that we really have to push. I  would like to get on the backs of  the Ministry of Transportation  and ram that bypass through.  "We need it desperately, we  ' need it for the near future, not  10-15 years down the road."  When it comes to addressing  economic development, Wilson  expects the chamber to be an  obvious leader.  The economic development  committee will be financed  through a percentage of the  business licence fees collected  from business owners in Sechelt  "That is our mandate, to promote or influence economic  development within the district  of Sechelt," he said.  Last  year, the  chamber  received 1,300 new business  inquiries.  The chamber is also attempting to fix its relationship with  the Gibsons Chamber of Commerce, a relationship that has  been described as "rocky" at  best.  "We have a basic working  relationship now, especially  through the tourism issue. We  both stand to gain or benefit  from a real cohesive effort in  terms of tourism in general," he  said.  8 pm  Bus Transportation available  Reservations recommended  883-2298  You can't invest without  incurring risk. But a any chartered accountant will tell you,  the more you understand risk,  the more you can minimize it.  Most people consider only  one dimension of risk when  investing ��� preserving their  /  4-  capital, If they invest $1,000  they.want to ensure they get that  $,1,000 back at some point. .  ' They may be'willing to'  accept a relatively low earnings  rale on their funds to preserve  that capital, so they invest in  "low-risk" GIC (guaranteed  investment certificates), Canada  Savings Bonds and short-term  deposits or treasury bills.  But there are other types of  risk that investors should consider, especially when saving  for retirement.  While many Canadians hope  List your special event free of charge  in the 1994 Summer edition of  Sunshine Const Magazine.  (Formerly Soundings Magazine)  Any event occurring between May 1 and September 30 will be  included at no charge. Space is limited so book your listing now,  details may be provided to us later.  Horse Nutrition Seminar  with Rien WestendorP f BuckerfiekJ's Nutritionist)  Wednesday, Fob. 16/94 at 7 pm.  Cedar's Inn Meeting Room #1  fi  Bring your  questions!,  sponsored by:     Everybody Welcome.  j��3   Buckerfield's  to retire before 65, the fact lhal  we now live longer than pasl I  generations means that our jj  retirement savings may have lo j  last 25-30 yean or even longer.  Thus, one of the biggest risks  loday is not whether you will  lose your capital but whether  you will outlive it.  In this context, your investing equation becomes one of  determining how much is  "enough" to support your future  needs.  Can you preserve your capital by investing in guaranteed  securities and still have enough?  Or do you have to put some of  your capital al risk to earn more  and thereby reduce the risk of  outliving your savings?  It is very difficult to make  reliable projections 20 or 30 or  more years into the future. So it  follows that it is difficult to  make investment decisions  based on such projections.  The way to start is to look at  your current investing program,  whether inside or outside an  RRSP. And the first thing lo  consider is how much risk to  capital you can tolerate.  Generally, over the long  term, the more risk to capital  you take, the more you will earn  on your investments.  This means investing some  of your capital in most mutual  funds, stocks, longer-term  bonds, real estate or even commodities, rather than in guaranleed securities.  You won't discover your  risk comfort level overnight.  But gauging how well you sleep  at night is a time-honoured  method of determining your tolerance to risk. How much of  your total capital must you have  invested in guaranteed securities  to ensure a good night's sleep?  Once you have decided this, you  should consider investing the  rest less conservatively. Of  course, you will have to find a  risk comfort level you can tolerate with these other investments,  loo.  It may take a year or two to  fine tune your investments and  find the proper risk balance, but  once you do, you can estimate  the total earnings rate of your  portfolio and make your projections. Only then will you be able  to determine if your retirement  objectives and your investment  program match up.  Mfe>.  -*���*������  ������m Coast News, February 7,1994  Thank You  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  ;    The Coast News    *  S.MADILL CONTRA  All types ol concrete woik.  Sidewalks, driveways, slabs - smooth, broomed,  exposed aggregate finishing.  OMb> Concrete Work       Cotooied ft'ttai  WM117 ..   ;.,.    , , Coeaete,C��tHir " '  (   G.M.S.  Excavating  Gunner Chrletlaneen  cell 1-W7-��084 S9C7RR1  l"M��3 Qlbaoni,BCV0N1V0  r^s  For (he finishing touch  Eric's Drywall  give us a call  Industrial     AUTOMOTIVE       Marine  ���  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd  1061 Hwy. 101, Gibsons, B.C. 886-8101  Mon.-Fri. fc-fc b.H.8-6, Sun. 10-V  Thank You 1  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you Tound them in  .     The Coast News    a  Thank You >  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  s    The Coast News   j   SECHELT RADIATORS���  Complete Cooling Swim Semite Centre  I    I    I1!   I    I    I    I *1    f   I    I    I    I    I    I    I    I    I    I i  Wt Repair * Rcplait Rail., limn Com. fc Cu Tanki  AUTOS TRUCKS TRACTORS INDUSTRIAL MARINE |  New, I Seil * Rebuilt ��� llek up li Deliveiy   '  ��� f  I  I  '  '���"  Eagle Eye Concrete  SPECIALIZING IN FOUNDATIONS, RETAINING  WALLS AND ALL OTHER TYPES OF CONCRETE WORK.  FORESTRY  ��� Stand Assessment ��� Tree-Marking  Timber Valuation   ��� Logging  R. [Roy) GIZA R.P.F 885-4755  FREE  ESTIMATES  HAROLD WEICHLER  885-9715  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  43-19 S.C. Hwr.  Across Trom .Sunshine GM  ' Mon. - Sat.  885-7986  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  . CONSTRUCnON  residential fT commercial  CENTURY ROCK  885-5910  rf_r  _ the mi av invn^^  Swanson's  ���MMRMdy-MlxLtd.  ��� Accounh ���, |���     PAX  :- ii ������!(����� ti  11  nccounn  1 j       r aa       1  885-9666    11    BW-5333    II    88��-2226    |  3 Batch Plants on the Sunshine Coast  Gibsons ��� Sechelt ��� Pender Harbour  Box 172, 5417 Burnet Rd, Sechelt, B.C VON 3A0  ORAEMAR construction inc.  C_________n  ��� FRAMING  lo LOCK UP  ���HNBHNG  ���FOUNDATIONS  ���RENOVATIONS  ���SONG   Tin. :.,..  01 SVS1  Thank You ^  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  ,    The Coast News    j  ELECTRICAL SERVICES  FORESTRY  ______  Hi inilll    atr\  ��� IFFKXNT  'REUABLE  ��� FREE ESTIMATES  nOHSSIONAL  CARPET A UPHOLSTERY CLEANING  PHONE 885-4258 J  FUMU  PUNTERS  LANDSCAPING  f Pennine Garden Services ^  Spring Wanting ��� landscaping ��� Monthly/bi-weekly maktenance  Residential ��� Commercial ��� Fences ��� Decks ��� Gazebos  10% Stnloiidlieount Free estimates  U>��bblc Ml-W*t     or     QUI M3-��17j>  MARINE SERVICES  -.*        886-0057\  W/. FAX:eS9-2SU  sssm  NASCQR"  Mil SyltM  INDUSTRIES LTD.  MlHta  ��� Sail Wat��t llwnces -  . Motel &Camp��ltM ��� W����Taxl opflllt  .Marine Repairs       ��� Ice��. Tarilito Wi-iiWl^  ��e^%        Located i. Secret Cove  JS5-7JM  is*  yuccaneer  Marina & Resort Ltd.  HEATING  ROOFING  Specializing In all types ol  commercial & residential roolmg  E8TIMATES 886-2087 eves. OII/mUniim  FREE  mt  THOMAS ELECTRICAL  CONTRACTING  J.Thomas   886-757!  REG. ELECTRICIAN  FREE ESTIMATES  NO. 17933  J's Heating Service  Oil Furnace Service & Repair  886-9710  r  ENGINEERING  f Thank You ^  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  l.    The Coast News    >  _ _ _ _       Quallta Custam Rum  rlJljl a Design t, Drafting  Construction ' Foundations �� Framing  ��� Exterior S Inlerior Finishing  r Thank You >  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  The Coast News    *  AIT ENTERPRISES: Cenetruetlen teniae*  sereing TA. Coaat Sine. >M9  ��� CUSTOM HOMES  ��� ADDITIONS  ��� RENOVATIONS  aaa-aaaa  T. WONfl. SOX m, QIBSONS. S.C. VON 1V0  DENNIS MULLIGAN  ^  Plumbing & Heating Ltd.  24 Hr. A Emergency Service  Bus:886-8572 Home:885-7085 Fax:884-5392  COTTRELLS MARINE SERVICE  Thi SmsMm  CMtft Evtara*  r Thank You  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell Ihem  you Tound them in  s    The Coast News   j  CONCRETE SERVICES  MECHANICAL SERVICES  H_  ENTERPRISES  MOBILE WELDING ANO FABRICATES ��� MECHANICAL REPAIRS   STEEL ��� STAINLESS ' ALUMINUM   atnvoTM muni. mi���M��ca��Tiigc Hon wuwiti  ���imwn cam  jgjffi����g.      886-3231        m*AvJ  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  STIHL  Chainsaws & Trimmers  jiii JWufcjpnunl  rtmtdtricMi ^y-^*t~ ���  D & P CONCRETE  PUCINO ft FINISHING  Residential and Column rial  ACI Certilied  Denis Turenne      Paul Desautcls  886-0340 885-5492  Thank You "  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them In  The Coast News    j  hzi/HUTH ExCKWTING  ��� Land Clearing & Development  ��� Excavating ��� Trucking  ��� Subdivisions  We otter a lull Una ot  Sacvlcaa nrlth our  HITACHI EXCAVATOR  Our Customer Service Is  prompt with prolessional  woik at competitive rales  Km Blrkln ��� 886-7487 ��� Call. 671 -Ml 1  Quantum Drywall  Quality Service Guaranteed  SIDING  YOUR SIDING SPECIALIST  Mike Tenbroek  Ph. 883-2175  SUNSHINE KITCHEN*  ��� KITCHENS �� BATHROOMS ���  886444 f  Cellular  230-3376  ACES  FREE ESTIMATES  PPLICATORS  New & Renovation  Duroid Roofing  Addition  STEFAN  290-6056  ��� 18  Coast News, February 7, 1994  Take Advantage of our Neiv Classified Ad Special  Run your classified ad 6 times  and pay for- only 2 times!  Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  THURSDAY at 5 pm  -_ Gibsons &  ���* Sechelt Offices  Homes &  Property  BUILDING?  Have you considered  885-4286  ���8c  Savt Monty - buy Irom owner  3 bdrm on extra large view iol in  Lower Gibsons. F/P up, woodstove  down, big covered sundeck, 2 car-  ports. 686-2455. Agents welcome.  21/2%. ��6c  1/2 share ol 21/2 acres ol very privale. quiet, sunny, dry, level, strata  title land, plus equal share in communal area, mountain view, waler,  power i only minules from Qibsons and lerry. $95.000.866-4686.  ���6c  I.   Homes &  Property  For sale by owner: New rancher  1600+ sq. It.. 3 bdrms., 2 balhs,  large soaker lub, sunken ivgrm.,  dining rm., lamily rm,, dlxe oak  kitchen, B/l vacuum piping, 2  skylites, linished dble. garage,  cement driveway, all Ihis on  100x150 It. lol, only 2 blks. Irom  Cedargrove School 4 1/2 mile lo  shopping plaza. GST included.  $199,900. Phone 666-2155. No  agents, please. ��7w  Hallmoon Bay, new 1500 sq. It. 3  bdrm, 2 bath rancher on level  par./landscaped .6 ol an acre.  24x24 concrete slab for future  garage/workshop, lots ol exlras.  $160,000 NO GST. 685-7073 lv.  mess. ss  ERROR  RESPONSIBILITY  PLEASE CHECK YOUR AD  ON THE FIRST DAY IT APPEARS  Advertisers are asked to listen carefully as all ads  placed by telephone are completely read back  verifying requested classification, start date,  number of insertions and a copy content.  We take extreme care to ovoid typographical  errors, however, in Ihe event of an error, we are  responsible only for Ihe first incorrect insertion of  an ad. We do not assume any reponsibility for any  reason for an error in an ad beyond the cost of the  ad itself.  Mease report any error IMMEDIATELY  by calling 116-2622 or 115-3930  Monday to Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.  Homes &  Property  PRIVATE SALE. Home: 3 bdrm  up, balh/shower, tile kit/dish washer, llv/rm. I bdrm + den down,  lam/rm. laundry, lull bath, pellet  slove. 1/4 acre lol. 8x10 garden  shed. Near both malls, Cedar  Grove Elem. & Sec. school. 10  min. lo lerry. $164,900.886-9963.  Mw  PrMtlgloui Wot Stc halt - Vlaw  By owner: Quality cuslom buill  beautilul Janlih Colonial. 4 yrs  young with 3 bdrm. office, finished  basemenl (tor nanny, granny or  office) and 3 1/2 baths. Hardwood  doors on main level, lovely ktehen  wit'i pantry, window coverings, lots  ol slorage, privacy. Professionally  landscaped 1/2 acre lot with lawns,  pond, hedges, maples, organic  veggie garden and fruit trees Custom built fence, huge double  garage, security system, wraparound veranda, sundeck. Low  hydro cosl through 'Electric Plus'  program. $258,800. 885-5659 ��8w  CENTRAL QIBSONS  Spacious 1 bdrm. one year lownhouse, overlooking goll course.  Mln. view Irom dinette. Bright  home, large LR, DR. Quiet, private, 7 appl.. RV parking. 38-555  Eaglecresl Drive. $130,900.886-  0481. ��8w  Granthams Ldg. view lot. Woodlands Ave. Call 948-0713.   HOC  For sale by owner, Granthams  view lot. Lol 115 Woodland.  $68,000,886-4557 ��7w  4 bdrm family home w/i bedroom  suite, W. Sechell. Good investment. $163,900 obo. 865-5764.SS  1.   Homes &  Properly  CLASSIFICATIONS  Announcements  7  ���     ���"������������    '���*���'���  V  ap*  19  23  f��L^  _l  Ik*  Barter & Trade  18  (GREAT  Bed and Breakfast  Births  30  2  Business and Home  Services'  38  Business Opportunities 38  Campers  ChlldCere  28  37  \s^mLw  * .  Commercial lor Rent  32  Entertainment  33  AmaWtWam  For Rent  ' For Sale  31  21  'Sm  '  Found  11  Obituaries "  3  Free  16  Personal  6  Furniture  20  Pels & Livestock  12  Garage Sales  17  Recreation  ���  - Heevy Equipment -���  HeipWsnted .  22  34  Slorage  Thank You.  32  8  Hornet Property  1  Too Late to Classify  40  InMemoriam  4  Travel  14  Legal  41  Trucks  24  Lost  10  Wanted  16  Marine  26 V Wanted lo Rent  29  Mobile Homes  27  Weddings &  Motorcycles  Music  26  13  Engagements  Work Wanted  ���  36  ��� ���mi   DBOPOFFYOUR  Coast News  Monday Edition  Friendly  People Places  In Pender Harbour  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES  Francis Peninsula Place 883-9551  MARINA PHARMACY  Pender Harbour Centre 88)2888  In Halfmoon Bay  B&J STORE 885-8555  In Roberts Creek  RODER1V CREEK GENERAL STORE 885J40O  DEADLINE IS 5 00 PM THURSDAY  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Street 885-J950  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  537 Cruice Lane (behind Dockside Pharmacy)  886-2622  Tht smiling staff of the Roberts Creek General Store  will happily take your classified ad, because It's one  of our Friendly People Places!  !$((iT~  GARY WHITE  886-8107.1-351-4390  7 year old 1500 sq. fl. rancher on  two 1/4 acre lots in quiet Cedar  Grove subdivision. This 3 bdrm  home has a lamily room, 1 1/2  baths, heatllalor lireplace and  plenty of loom lor the kids to play  outside. Adjacent empty lot has  separate line and could be sold or  built on later. Big wood shed and  6x10 garden shed round out the  package priced lor a quick sale at  $225,000. Call 686-3641 eves. No  agents please. Wc  ANDERSON REALTY  ��� Recreation ��� flaorament  FREE  CATALOGUE  5666 Cowrie SI.. Box 1219  S��Mt. BC., VON 3A0  ses-uiiFAxeeMiM  Van. Toll FM I  For Sale By Owner - Hallmoon  Bay, 3 bdrm. panabode house plus  cabin on parklike 1/2 acre lol. F/P,  woodslove, 1 and 1/2 balhs, 2  decks, near school and Sargenls  Bay. Asking $196,000.885-5944.  ss  Madeira Park - Merrill Road, Ige.  private lot, $52,900.88fr0699.se*  140x96' Irregular lol Miy serviced,  asking $75,000.885-9030.   Ww  CHLUWACK  By owner: Spacious 3 bdrm. town-  house, large storage room (den  poss.) own or investment. Large  patio, blinds throughout. Rented at  $680/mo. Excellent tenants. Nee 4  dean comer unit in very well managed complex. $93,600.865-5659.  3.   Obituaries  LESLIE: Passed away Feb. 3,  1994, Leona Leslie, late ol  Sechell, age 75 years. Survived by  her loving husband Andrew; one  son, Roger: one brother, John; a  stepsister, Caroline; and other relatives. Funeral service was held  Sal., Fab. 5. Interment Seaview  Cemetery. Devlin Funeral Home,  directors. The family extends sincere thanks to Dr. Walter Burtntck,  the nurses, and stall at St. Mary's  Hospital. Mc  Acupressure massage tor relief ol  stress or pain. Ardith Beynon 885-  4503. 17c  Cameo Singles Club. Crib, luncheons, potluck dinners, dancing,  hikes, camping. Call tor info 686-  0954 or 665-5384. tin  EAST COASTERS  Coming Feb. 25-26 lo Ihe RC  Legion, a pub night with Irish band  Straight From The Kitchen. Come  over for a fine downhome lime.  Just like the LBR or the Strand.  Kl'AI.TORS  If you're earning  $50,000���� or more  a year, talk to me,  Nick Proach, to  find out how you  can keep more of  your earnings  with Coastwlde's  100% plan.  885-0505  all calls are confidential  Coastwkk Realty  ELLEN BESSO  TRAGER  ._ ��  "Af' Release tension  ������� and emotional  ���.����� blocks in a safe  nurturing environment.  Specializing in  Women's Health  886-4274  Announcement  COOL WINNINGS  One ton Iruck available for hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rotolilling, odd jobs.  885-3917. tins  Does someone in your lamily have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  666-9903, 665-7464, 886-9059.  Al-Aleen 886-2565 or 885-7484.  nc  Sunahine Coait  Transition House.  A sale place lor women and children in crisis. Free confidential 24  hour service. 685-2944        lln  Stolen Irom Halfmoon Bay area,  Sears skill saw grinder, router and  table. $500 reward for info leading  to recovery ol tools. Reply to Box  "P" c/o Coasl News, Box 68,  Sechelt, BC VON 3A0.        Mc  From New China Kilchen, 3/4  length purple leather jacket  between Christmas 4 New Year's.  Call 686-7212 Reward.       Mw  Kitten, female grey tabby, aboul 5  mos. old, Davis Bay area, around  Jan. 17.885-0643. Mc  Pink jacket, pattern on sleeves.  Gower Pt. beach al the park. Call  886-8759, name a I In coal  Marylin Smith 886-2525.     Mw  Men's cane, lighl coloured,  Sechell. 865-7615. Mw  Park!  By owner: Unique 2 bdrm., 2  baths, house on nice treed lot with  some mountain view and large  wood shed. Completely and professionally remodelled inside and  out (l.i. new root, new wiling, new  plumbing), lovely brand new  kitchen, dining room, 2 balconies  (one covered), t patio, large loft,  storage room. Electric and or wood  heating. Quality wall to wall and  blinds. Immedate possession possible. $133,800.865-5659.   Mw  Roberts Creek privale sale, acre 4  house wilh in-law suite or rental.  666-2329. 17c  21/2 acre lot, end ot Lohn Road,  Halfmoon Bay, $130,000 includes  eagles nest and trout pond. 885-  7672. 17c  ROBERTS CREEK  Very special 2600 sq. It. rancher  w/huge slorage and possible suite  below. Loads ot extras, some  ocean view. Completion in February. $289,000. 686-0684 or 686-  0380. tin  2 bdrm. view condo - assumable  mortgage, no GST, prime location,  F/S. DW, laundry facility. Asking  $92,500. Reply to Box 409, c/o  Coast News. Box 460, Gibsons,  BC VON 1V0. ��7w  Ocean view lot in Sechell, Sandy  Hook area, mostly cleared, all  amen, at lot line, 90x168. 942-  5096 or 885-2213. Mc  46 acre Pike Rd., Langdale, beautiful view, 1 blk. Irom school,  $130,000.888-4827. Mw  Private sale > Davis Bay, 4 bdrm..  vaulted ceiling, ceramic tie, much  more. $269,000.885-5555.  Mw  New 1 bdim. cabin, 'move' to your  property. Plumbed, wired and insulated. Fridge, stove and extras.  Jusl move in 886-2751 Mike. Mw  Lot 71, Merrill Crescent. Pender  Harbour. Reedy to build, septic in,  financing. 883-9597. ss  Five wooded acres, Langdale  area. Creek 4 some view,  $135,000 lirm. No agents at all!  886-4714 ss  COSTARICA  2.5 acre serviced lol w/view,  stream pasture and tropical fruit  trees, minutes to beaches,  $27,000. Owner, 685-5157.    ss  Privale sale, Davis Bay. 4945 Lau-|  rel Aw., 4 bdtm, split level home,  with OUTSTANDING VIEW, superior quality construction, pari basement and many extra features.  Priced to sell at $299,000. 665-  3344. Mw  3 bdrm. modular w/new colonial  addition and new cedar decks on  landscaped 1/2 acre, prime  Redrooffs location, $135,900.685-  3374. SS  ROBERTS CREEK  4 bdrm. home with hardwood and  slate floor throughout on private  .67 acre. Two car garage, workshop and potential revenuaSn-law  suite. Zoned R2. $259,000. please  caH 885-2253, no agents.      ss  Lot I Mountainview Drive, partial  view lot, level and cleared in a  quiet cul-de-sac with all underground services. Private panhandle access. Ready to build your  dream home. $69,000. Call 686-  3812 or 328-5534. ss  George 4 Jacquie are thrilled to  announce tie arrival ol Cameron  Blake on January 25,1994 al  Grace Hospital, weighing 7  pounds, it ounces. Proud grandparents Radrigue-Germaine Lime  ol Sechell and Jack and Norma  Westen of Naramata; great-grandmas Sally Westen and Ethel  Williams Irom Kelowna. Many  thanks to Dr. Hourigan ana the  stall oi the Gibsons Medical dime.  Mc  Alan 4 Nancy SchwingenschioepJ  (Home) are thrilled lo announce  Ihe arrival of their daughler jane  Frances weighing 8 pounds. 11  ounces on January 31.1994. A little sister lor Jeffrey (6) and Darin  (3). A very special lhanks lo  Grandma. Rita and Dr. Pebokt.Mc  Can you control a meeting? Do  you like it short and sweet? Learn  Irom registered Parliamentarian. R.  Pearson, Greenecourt Hall, Mar. 5,  l0-3pm. Call 665-9802 Alila or  885-3657 lor reservations.   Mw  REFLEXOLOGY and/or ACUPRESSURE. Relieves stress and  tension. CM /Weigh 886-9234.  Mc  Whispering Wickers: 'Unique basketry Irom around the world" Open  House, Sal. 4 Sun. Feb. 12 413,,,  10-3, 6464 Norvan, W. Sechf I.  Into: 6854465. Mw  IHAVETHESOUITI0NT0  YOUR RESOLUTION!  Lose thai excess weight, and inches. Increase your energy level and  leel better about yourself in "94! All  natural herbs. Medically approved  and clinically tested. As essy as 4  tablets 2xdeily. 100% guaranteed.  Over 260 satisfied customers on  the Coast. Wendy ��� 21st Century  Heallh Cons. 686-3067.      17c  PMVATETUIT10N  Fully qualified experienced teacher  available. Adults, high school and  elementary students. 8868468.  ���7w  Addt children ot Alcoholics or dys-  hxtcbanal (amies please cat 886-  3849 or 665-4622 lor help,     nc  ALCOHOLICS. ANONYMOUS  885-7883,24 hour tne.        tin  Ya!  ItCAKkffMl  Sechelt's Waterfront Paik  ���MSUPPORT^Hi  Trail Bay Paik Project  885-2339  HALSTEAD: Passed away Feb. 1,  1994, Elizabeth Halstead, lormerly  ol Gibsons, in her 98tn year. Survived by her loving daughter  Audrey M. Sandy and her husband  Edward, ol Gibsons: 3 grandchildren: Sharon Davidson, Carolyn  Sandy, and Nel Sandy Iwo greatgrandchildren: Chris and Liann;  one brother, Harold, In England.  Private lamily graveside service  was held at Seaview Cemetery on  Thursday, Feb. 3. Devlin Funeral  Home, directors. The lamily  extends sincere lhanks to the nursing staff at St. Maiy's Hospital.Mc  ?  Noma's  Electrolysis  Studio  ��� Permanent A sale removal  of unwanted hair  ��� F.venine appointments  available  ��� Privacy of home based  studio  For appointment call MM756  Kan yor child reed and spel? For  HELP call 866-9651. Mw  COMPUTER INSTRUCTION  At home or at woik, one on one, or  a group. Call Jetl 8664095. tfns  SKI BUS  Whistler Ski Shuttle, $28 pp  includes lerry. DATES: Feb. 8,15,  26,27, March 6,12,13 and available lor Spring Break. Must have  minimum 6 persons. For more  inlormation please call Westcoast  Explorers Travel Club 8864662.  ���tlw  FUN IN THE SUN 2 wks. Feb. 20-  Mar. 5/94, $1395. pp/lwln CDN.  includes: return elr tare, airport  Irans., apl. accom., dally touring,  Phoenix, Grand Canyon, Las  Vegas, Tucson, Tombstone and  Nogales, Mexico. Elite Travel 886-  4862 or 1-800-667-0061.     Mw  19. Appliances  Hoi Point washer, Kenmore dryer,  $450 sel (or sep.), 683-2143. Mw  Whirlpool 18.1 cu. II. host Iree  almond tridge, very good cond.,  $480,886-6109. Mw  Gumey electric 4 wood stove, lour  hoi plates, $100,686-9049, Ww  Classical records; quality hardcover books in dust jackets.Allan  Crane. 885-0991. ��15c  Jlv-Srs'TRUCKl  I & EQUIPMENT !  i   RECYCLERS   '  ��� A reliable uaed auto, J  ��� truck & equipment I  I parts distributor has I  | opened    on    the ���  I Sunshine     Coast. ���  Free    scrap    car I  | removal. Buying late I  ��� model vehicles.        Z  Z 88*3880 9 am-5pm.  ���  L���������J  Old unused or unbuilt models, any  size. 686-7372. ��7w  Fishing rod ��� a good sail water;  sturdy enough lo land those whoppers! Reasonable $. Call 686-7355  Ive. mess. tins  (2) 9 mo. old female cats. Affectionate and healthy, both are  spayed and have had all shots.  $25 each or both lor $40. Call  Lynn at 686-8236 (eve.).      17c  MAGUS KENNELS REG.  Dog 6 Cat Boarding  'Science Diet" pet loods  Dog Obedience Classes  tin  2 purebred lem. Nubian goats,  very friendy, 1-2 years old. $100-  $125.6864897, M��  African Pygmy goats, kids bom at  Christmas, $75 to $200, reserve  now! Some adults and breeding  pairs avail, loo. Greal gentle pets  and brush cleerers. 683-2990. ss  HORSE BOARDING  Full board, large box stalls, or pasture rent only. 865-3506.     Mw  PYRAMID DOG TRAINING  Companion concept. Fast and  Easy Obedience training, all  breeds, all ages, problem solving.  868-2854. ��10*  Piano tuner selling pianos Irom  $1275, delivered and tuned. 863-  2321 Wc  Sound Waves Chorus seeking  altos and tenon lor pop/jazz concert season. Call Pam 885-7502.  Mm  Pianist lo accompany ballet classes at Coast Academy ol Dance  and Fine Arts, 685-2263.     17c  Antique upright piano. Clinton.  Ivory keys, metal sounding board,  beauliful sound. $1000.885-9306.  tfns  Windsor Upright piano, $900 obo.  883-9303. Mc  5 yr. old male MuWpoo, to a good  home. 685-5694. Mc  Bantam roosters. Josh, 863-2676.  Mw  Free lo a good home, larm or  oven. Full grown, one to two year  old chickens. 885-0737.      Mw  Auto, washing machine - working;  recliner chair, brown leatherette.  686-4949. Mw  Washer 4 dryer, needs minor  repairs, Iree lo good home. 885-  1960. Mw  Insulation lor shop or garage. 886-  2031. Ww'  "CASTAWAY'S  IND HAND  MRMmmi  tNNIRY  ODMSINPt  ���Dressers*   "***?"  ���Entertainment Cntr  ���Home Stereo Equip   .  ���DiningSetw/Hut*'  MOUrSIAMOMOUnitUOt'  11-4:10 W1P-MON  SS4-Uf7  Feb. 12,10 am -3pm. 151B Island  View Dr., Woodcreek Park Moving  - many household items: chesterfield snd chair, 3 swivel rockers,  entertainment centre, maple table,  6 chairs and hutch, all A-1 condition. Mw  Pelted lor Valentines gifts! Undercover Lingerie 4 Loungewear.  Book your home party and earn  iree lingerie. Bridal showers or  direct soles out ol my home. Call  Kim 886-2119. Mw  Planned Parenthood on the Sunshine Coast Is accepting applications tor members lor its Board ol  Directors. Csll Linda eves. 886-  8011. Mw  GRAPE DEALS  WINTER WINE CLASSES  Winter Wine Making Classes now  starting, learn to make wine, beer,  coders, and liquors at a fraction ol  the retail cost. For inlo and class  dates ca.. ���'B6-0226. Mw  Piano Tuning  *:  >repalts  ���appraisals  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  Yamaha porta sound PSS-460  electronic keyboard w/adapter 6  manual book, $350.686-9103.  ss  Full size Italian piano accordion  wilh case, was $1000. sell lor  $350.886-9271 evee.        Mw  WESTCOAST EXPLORERS  CLUB-SKI TRIPS  Jan. 26-31/94 ��� 108 Resort Irom  $379.00 pp. double; Feb. 22-26/94  - Silver Star trom $575.00 pp. double; Feb. 26 ��� Mar. 4/94 Mln.  Washington Irom $629.00 pp. double. For more inlormation please  call 886-4862. I7w  CRUISE ANDLEARN  SANNGVACATIONS  ObUinC.Y.A.  ctlUfkatlcnon  alive-day  anise of fun  and adventure  In tlw Gulf  Island* or on the Sunshine Coast  on a biand new Catalina 34'.  PR 921-6*64 FAX 921-4(71  Ollice chair, arm chairs, D/R chair,  $5-15.885-3930. tins  Interior decorator has surplus old 8  anlique country pieces. Solas  w/down seat cushions, tables, cupboards, piclures, beds, vinlage  fabric 4 curtains. Must be seen.  Asking fair prices. By apt. only.  Call 866-3886 lolv. mess.    ��7w  Oak finish triple dresser, very good  cond., $100.886-X15.        tins  Calilornia showpiece couch and  loveseal, green llowered cotton,  $950; 5-drawor chest, fine cond.,  $250; double mattress, box spring  and metal Irame w/caslers, good  shape, $95; metal bed Irame, (its  all sizes. 885-7872. #7w  Sola w/2 matching wing chairs,  $750,865-5476. ��7w  Furnace: combination wood/oil  {red, with oil lank, $100.886-9295.  Mw  Inglis washer and dryer, working  order, dean, $200 obo. 685-4468.  ���7c  25 cu. ft. chest Ireezer, woiks well,  $100,683-2990. Mw  1986 Inglis washer, repairable;  dryer, like new, $75.686-8669.  ��7w  Portable Kenmore washer, midsize, good cond., while, $150. 885-  9233. ��7w  GE washer 6 dryer, good cond.,  $300 sel. 886-9112. Mc  Will buy used or non-working  major appliances. Bjom 685-7897.  ���7c  Danby apt. size dryer. $199; Viking  dryer, new, $289; GE dryer, $179;  Kenmore, while, 5 cycle, 2 spd.  washer w/ext. rinse, $339; Inglis  port. DW, $269; While Weslinghouse 16 cu. fl. 2 dr. f. tree almond  fridge, $469; Kenmore apl. size  aulo. washer, $359; Hoover apt.  size dryer, $199; Danby 5 cu. 11.  12V while Iridge, $389; Whirlpool  while 2 door f.l. 15 cu. tt. Iridge,  beautilul cond., $469: Kenmore 2  door I.f. fridge, almond cdor, 15  cu. It., $449; Kenmore 30' white  stove, $339; and much more. All  appliances recond. w/90 days to 2  yrs. warranty, parts and labour.  Bjorn 885-7697 or Comer Cupboard, 885-4434. ��7c  Admiral ss 18.2 cu It fridge,  almond, $575.685-9336.       ss  Three dectric commercial grill lop  ranges in very good condition,  $1000 each obo. Contact Dave at  SI. Mary's Hospitsl. 885-2224,  Iocal60. Hn  Highland hay. No rain. No pig  manure. $3.50/bale. 856-9076 or  658-6037. ��8c  FIREWOOD  $85/load. 885-9306. Mw  VCR 4 TV stand, oak veneer linish, 25x15x27, $50.886-2506.��6w  Organic elephant garlic, planting or  eating, $3��b. 883-2500.       Mw  Brand new kilchen counter lops  wilh back splash. Speckled  due/grey. 12.5' and 4' lengths on  wallside wilh one right angle. Can  be re-cut 8854879. Mw  Inglis stacking W/D, $250 obo; 78  Chev 1 Ion PU, $1600; V.W.  sandrail cust. built, $2300; stroller,  $50; 3 1/2 HP Viking outboard  mdor, $30.886-9501.        Mw  Boys BMX bike, $30; Ladies  mountain bike, near new, $95;  York barbell set and bench, $100  obo; guitar amp, Peavey micro  bass w/cord.. $120. All in good  cond. 886-4949. Mw  Moving Feb. 15 - entertainment  unit, $75: dduxe waterbed. $175;  new highchair, paid $60, sdl $75;  Kenwood slereo, $175; call display  telephone, $40; carseat, $15; step  climber exerciser, $5. Gibsons  8854065. Mw  Moving: Firewood U-pick up, $50.  Gibsons 685-8065 Mw  IBM PC-Junior Wordprocessor,  Epsom printer, color monitor, lotsa  software, over $5000 in 1980, now  $150.6854991. t8w  Artley flute, used tor high school  band, $150. Carolyn 886-0572.  Mw  26" Zenith console cdour TV, $225  obo. Call Denis 686-3705 or 866-  3382eves. Mw  Nintendo w/power glove, game  gem 614 games, $200.886-9145.  Mw  Coned knitting machine 4 weaving  yams, $1 per LB. 886-3073. Mw  Electric adjustable bed, as new,  w/new set d bed linen $1000 obo.  683-2887. Mw  New 50,000 BTU gas room heater,  never used, $575.685-7728. Mw  F/G shower stall. $75; accordian  tub, end., $20; telescope, $35; lur  jacket, $35; twin bed spreads,  540/pr.; microwave, $100. 885-  5742. Mw  Speed Oueen and McLary dryers,  work good, $50 ea. 885-4211 Mc  GARAGE DOORS. 885-9627.  885-2380. Mc  8 it. dble pane sliding glass door,  $260; aluminum window, $60;  exterior door, $30; interior door,  $20,240-5561. Mc  Yamaha PS25 keyboard w /  adapter. $300; 19" Toshiba colour  TV, $75; VCR, $50; stereo 6  record player console, $50; 2 end  tables, pecan, $20 ea.; swivel  rocker, brown floral. $25; B4D Skll-  saw. $40; cedar dble. garden  chair, $25; arbonte drop leaf table,  24x36 vanity sink bone. 885-2393.    Mc  As new I 3/4 (r true Dutch door,  w/jamb, prehung 6 1/2', handle  and deadbdl, $450 lirm. 885-7513.   Mc  Lowrey small dectric organ, $350;  Viking sen-dean oven white/Mack  door, needs oven switch, $100.  866-9420. Mc  Two Pender Hbr. Gdf Club charter  memberships. 883-2749.       ss  2500 wall Yamaha lite plant,  $1200; '68 Dodge Aries, $3000;  hydraulic hast, $750.686-2585.  Mc  ��� ��� Coast News, February 7,1994  19  Wheel chair, $800; table 4 2  Professional picture framing equip- Colour pencil portraits from your  chairs, $50; Lowrey Micro Genie  menl. Fletcher 2100 matt culter. lavourite photo. Pets, lamily,  keyboard, $800; CB radio 4 equip-  Corona 40x60 vacuum press. Iriends. 9'x12', $35. Send cheque  ment, $100.6860185.        ��8c    Morso chopper. C6H wall cutter, or M/O along with photo lo P.O.  Large selection cresent matt Box 291, Gibsons, BC VON 1V0.  '61 Celica GT, 5 spd, sunrool,  black. Excellent running condition,  ..���,���������  ���,��������� ��� ..,���������������     $600 obo. 886-3005, 9-5 or 885-  Colonial sola bed, Sealy "Health-  board, metal and wood mouldings,   Pis. allow 6-6 wks. lor delivery.   5640affer6pm. ss  guard mattress, exc. cond., $250,   many accessories. Paul 885-7503.   Satisfaction guaranleed or money  883-9959.  ���7c  ��7w   refunded.  Cedar lancing lumber, some quarter sawn dear fir, cedar, hemlock,  avail. Cuslom cut orders accepted.  885-3506. ��7w  Basic turn dial 5 yr. dd Phillips  microwave, 0.7 cu. It., $60,886-  7175. ��6c  Daybed w/maltress, like new,  $250; elec. lillchair, due, used 1  month, $1300; wedding supplies  and decorations, $100. And more.  ���7w  For all your  renovation needs call  BRUCE RANDALL  CONTRACTING  < Residential  ���Commercial  ��� Free Estimates  CallBmce 885-1949  Panasonic Dd Matrix 9 pin printer,  like new, $175,685-5416.    Mw  Triple dresser, nice shape, $100.  886-3015. tfns  Hobbyist metal lathe Unimat SL-  1000 w/all attach, incl. milling  head, gear cutter, 2 chucks. Price:  $700. 865-0264 days, 685-0263  eves, Mw  '84 Escort; standard, needs clutch  to make mobile, engine in very  good cond., exc. for parts, $400  obo. Call 666-2622. or 886-8213.  tins  2 portable lire pumps, gas powered, $700 ea. 886-3994.     Mc  78 580 C Case backhoe, new  brakes, exc. cond., $16,000 obo.  885-7401. ss  5 ion "White- Iruck engine in exc.  cond., body needs some work,  $1000 obo; 79 Inll. crane truck  (propane) 40 It. reach boom and  40 tt. trailer, $15,000 obo; 70  GMC flatdeck, working cond.,  $1000obo.8864201. tin  Woodslove - Acorn-Voyager. Best  overtakes. 886-8568. Mc  Used electronic cash register,  $120; used boat trailer, $200; tele-  scops, $85.886-3994.        Mc  Used Jacuzzi pod pump, new toilet, used elec. supplies. 886-3994.  Mc  Heli-ox-18 band mask 6 hoses  with communications gear, $3000;  T-30 Ingersoll Rand compressor  comes/w 5x200 cu. II. Cascade 3  HuskavamaSi, 24" blade, exc  cond., $375.683-2429,6850166,   Mw    886-2546.  Skates B-l, L-7; bicycle - youth;  Nlkko turntable. See America  membership 50% discounts on  accommodations. 886-3075. Mw  955H Cat Crawler, bucket loader,  needs some work, $2000 obo.  '40s 4 50s  Two Nimbus Puffins sea kayaks 4  equip., $1600 ea.; small truck  canopy, $250.883-9775.     Mc  1949 Vanden-Plas Princess.  Oilers. 1952 Dodge 2 dr. stn.  wgn., exc. body cond. Collector  plate eligible. 886-3994.      Mc  9 It. mechanics box, $2500; 2"  Homelite pump, new mdor, $350;  heevy duty low bar. $150; 2-2100  HP, 3 PH, starter filter, etc. Hydro Husky power saws, $250 ea. 886-  just expired auto shutolf at 3100 2565. Mc  psi, $3500.886-9464. tins  Kawasaki 440 Jet Ski, new paid,  $3000.886-9464. ��7w  Cozy comfort, large wood burning  Cast Iron pot belly wood stove,  great for home or shop, great  shape 4 comes w/pipe, $200 obo.  6864655. Mc  stove, $250 obo. 686-4688 or 980-  Laige Schrader wood stove, $250  2739.  ���7w    obo. 885-5283.  Mc  Unique Valentine's gilts. Anlique  Japanese kimonos, $25 - $95,  6850991. ��7c  Yak 1001 home gym fitness system, brand new, exc. cond. 4 deal,  $450 lirm. 886-0051. ��7w  Sturdy dark wood 6 place table  w/arborite top 4 4 match, chairs,  $350 Obo. 6854923. ��7w  Weeding dress - new, never worn,  sz. 12, taffeta, long sleeves, open  shoulders, peplum back w/lrain.  Veil flowers 4 sequins. Shoes sz.  7. $650 firm. Debbie 885-3522.  ���7w  New Jacuzzi corner tub, beige  odour, cost $980, damaged fibre-  glass, sail $300.865-2771 ad. 6.  ���7w  Comdete sat Encyclopedia Brit-  tanica plus exlras. $800. 886-  J742. ��7c  Hotpdnt heavy duty washer and  dryer, good cond., asking $35<ypr.  Gold valval loveseal, exc. cond.,  $90.8860615. ��7c  TOPSOIL  Gravels, Iill, sand. Reasonable  rates. 885-5070 Doug.        ��7c  Gdd tone sdkJ couch and matching chair, $100; Ige. F/P Insert,  $75; Vidor 9000 computer, $50;  Epson daisy wheel printer, $30.  8854319. Mc  SAUERKRAUT  685-7490.  Mc  Seasoned Wood-$100  885-2793  Mc  WHY PAY RENT? 1972 Airstream  travel trailer, 28', good condition,  needs some work, $7000. Annie  886-2622 days. tfns  Split and delivered. $120/cord.  666-7774. *7c  U-BUILT tant trailer hard top, $600  obo; Otdar Dodge step van, running cond., first $150 takes it. 883-  256ft Mw  Spanish style dining table and 6  chairs, $225 Obo; bullet, $150  obo; 2 sals vertical blinds 78x78,  cream, $60 ea.; 30' sell-cleaning  stove, $375 obo. All good cond.  886-271X1. Mw  Floral drapes, as new, $60; Ige.  hassock, $60; mats. TV. 885-  3310. Mw  OOOD HAY  HOMaleDsllversd  ItrtW HiOOnMlt  Osrtsn Mulch HiylMO  Whole oats 10c/lb  Cill MVWMfl 1**1pffl  ttn  AQUARIUMS  Large-Used $35.00  TROPICAL FISH  25c 4 up-Supplies  Pumps, Tanks repaired.  Walt's Towing  ft Automotive Services  ��� 24 Hour Towing  ��� Canadian Tire &  National Auto League  Associate Member  ��� Your Local Roadside  Assistance Towing  Company  ��� Saving the Entire  Sunshine Coast  ��� Battery & Tire Sales  ��� Fuel Delivery  886-9500  2404575 cell  82 Mazda RX7, good cond., new  dutch, brakes, $3100.8880032.  ss  ���70s  70 Chev Belair 4 dr., 350, P/S,  auto., good cond., reliable. 885-  0117 Mw  73 Super Beetle, $2500 obo.  8830234. u  73 Lincoln town car, 460, lull  electric, best otter. 685-2696. SS  76 Chevy impale, new battery,  runs good, good One, $500.686-  3003. Mw  EnrclMbfla  speedometer, odometer 4  adjustable tension, $125.885-  5473. Mw  Fisher Price car seat, $65; maple  crib, $150, lie new; boys 6 speed  mountain bike, 16 inch wheels,  $75,686-7372. I7w  Gameboy w/2 games, carrying  cases, link 4 battery charger. $96.  ss  by the pick-up load. Well seasoned. $1M. 885*070 Doug.ffc  Solid pins door, beautilul new  stained grade with Irame, $125  obo. 886-4664. ss  18 cu. tt. Iridge, white, 2 yrs. dd;  built-in wall oven, 2 yrs dd; Jem-  Air type stoveiop. 2 burners and  griddle, some duct work, 2 yrs.  dd; 24' stove, white; automatic  washer, almond; wooden table  and 6 chairs. Open to oilers.  Phone 866-3232. ��7c  Temporary power pole, $150:  complete bedding sets, 2 twin,  $20/pr.,l queen. $30.885-4048.  ���7c  3 panel Oriental room divider,  antique; small piano, best offer.  8850939. Mw  Brown GE Iridge, $175; small  desk, $25; Beta/VCR c/w movies,  $75; gas/oil heating parts; comic  books snd cards; wanted - inexpensive bunkbeds; VHS/VCR;  Nintendo Tetrls and Rampart.  Mchad 6860083. ��7w  Nice table 6 3 chairs, $50; apt.  size stacking W/D, works well,  good cond., $100.686-2203. ��7w  Sale or trade Bradford Exchange  collector plate series. Russian  Legends. Chinese Beauties ol Ihe  Red Mansion, Wil Nelson's  Endangered Species, Paul  Krspft's Canada's Big Gams  Series. Wanted - vinyl or leather  couches, bookcases or old post-  cards. 866-3746. Ww  7 cu. fl. freezer, $100; new glass  door medldne cabinet, $20.685-  5366. *T*  Oil tumac* c/w 6 k will Chroma-  lot Plenum heater, new, $1200,3  yn, Old, Put offer. 663-8fl8l.��7w  NIKON FM-2 blk. Ddy. 6 MD-12  mtrdrv, as set $700; Tamron 35-  10! mm F2.6,14 mths dd, nice  lens - suto focus, $600 lirm. Will  consider offer on all. 866-2M9 or  688-2622.         j*j��  21 in. RCA color, 15 mos old,  $200; 4x7 utll. trailer, $280; Sears ro"���'   microwave, 0.5, $90; twin mat- 12- m Mcintosh monitor, $175;  tress, new, $90; gas BBO, $60; 3 cdour silkscresn printing table  CB 400, not running, $300 obo. ind. all access., $450 obo; Sears  Ml Winon Creek Campground. 9'garage doors 4 openers (new  ���7c 1000Ml$650se.8650244. SS  torSaaan*m��  Call Jim Dsvy at 885-3881  9am-5:30pm  TUfcoDAy-SATUfiDAY  76 Chev Caprice, suto, new tires,  good mech. cond., $1200.885-  984ft ss  78 Granada 2 dr. hardtop, P/S,  P/B, excellent condition, $1500.  885-5916. Mc  Valley Comfort MP-80 wood fur,  nace with contrds (gas compatible), $650 obo; Kenmore Mark I  energy efficient 40 gal. elec. hot  water tank, like new, $140.885-  3433. ss  Dry stit Abyss-Pro woman's large,  worn 3 times, BCD regulator tank  $1000 obo. 8850832 aft. 5pm. ss  12 ft. chrome 'A' vent chimney,  $100; large capacity wood heater,  $500 all like new. 685-7611.   ss  HORSE MANURE  $20 pick/up or 2 loads tor $30, you  load. Roberts Creek 685-9969.  Mn  Full size camper trig, stove healer,  $1500 obo. 686-2108. ss  Gdl irons, Spalding Top Rite extra  long, $95; Power Built woods 1-3-  4, $140.686-4664. ss  SATELLITE SALES  ANO SERVICE  ProfrtminlnQ subscription!.  Qrsen Onion Earth Station  GOOD  DEAL  90 Ranser, 4cyl 5spd.  canopy Under 56000  kms.  Tracer 4 door  notchback Under  55,000 km. Beautiful  condition, one owner.  1993 Explorer 4dr, suto,  air, 4x4. Priced to sell.  1990 F150 Ford pickup.  One owner, 6cyl 5spd.  Good gas milage  $7,995  1989 Jeep Grand  Wagoneer 4x4, loaded.  One owner, low miles,  low price  1990 Tempo GLX 4dr  Aulo. Air, Crutse and  more Special $6995  tin  76 Ford Fairmont w/two winter  fires, runs, $300 ObO. 686-4586.  ���7c  76 Porsche 924, dean, no rust,  needs some work. 866-8305. Mw  350 Hgh Performance engine out  0(1978 Camaro. imbtockpkg.all  reasonable offers consdrtd. 886-  773ft M  ���SU ��� 76 Dodgt Vdara, good  running cond., little rust, 685-9639,  PhH. Mc  79 Chrysler, P/S, P/B, good oond.,  noru��,$750.a83-1161.      ��7c  79 "Duracall* impaia. II keeps  gdng and going! I cant kill It lor  $300, you can try. 666-2363. Wc  79 Chev van, ���sml-camperlzad,  PS/, P/B, AC, lilt, 350 V8, good  Creek Campground,  tires. 436-4103 or 686-7665 aft. 5.  Mc  1993 F150 4x4 5 0 L,  auto, air, casette, PS, PB,  mags, Low miles  Clearance sale priced  1984 cnev Pu Silverado  Very clean, wci  maintained truck Local v  owned ar-d serviced  SOUTH  COAST FORD  wharf doid, Stcn.it  885-3881  MOl����36  1983  1965  '85 Dodge Daytona turbo auto.,  exc. cond., $3600 obo. 883-2922.  Mw  1966  Jaek or Oary 888-3633  '81 Mercedes 240D 4 dr. sedan,  aulo, sliver ext., blue int., 140,000  kms. In excellent condilion,  $8,500. For more Info: 666-4646  lv. msg. ss  '61 Merc. Zephyr stn. wgn., $1500  obo. 665-9233. ��7w  '81 Chev 15 pass, van, slider door  rebuilt, mechanically sound. 685-  5822. Mc  '61 VW Jetta 4 dr., S sp.. sunroof.  $3500 ObO. 886-7969. SS   1962   '62 Volvo stn. wgn., 5 sp.,  air/cond., runs great, $2700.666-  '86 Chevy Cavalier, auto, good  condilion, $3300 obo. 886-2049.   Mc  '86 Ford Aerostar van, seats 7,  stereo, with backseat contrds lor  AM/FM radio and cassette and  earphone jack (great lor teens or  story tapes!). Very clean lamily  van, good mechanical cond.,  $5,000.8660015. ��7c  ATTENTION  BUILDERS,  PLUMBERS,  CONTRACTORS  Greet Service Vinsl  '92 Mazda PU 5 sp., man. Irans.,  ext. cab, matching while canopy,  boxlmer 6 more, 19,000 kms. (3  yr. warranty), $9500.686-7756.  ��7w  Flatdeck for 11on, truck, $800; Hat-  deck for 5 ton, $1200.885-2726.  ���7w  Get that boat ready,  Now! Everything  you need Is at  The SALTY  DOG  Marine Supply Store  886-3077  467 Marine Dr., Gibsons  Happy Sailing!  1979 GMC GRUMMAN  all aluminum step van.  350 Chev on propane.  14 ft. floor in van.  '66 Pontiac 6000,4 cyl.. luel inj., 4  dr., air., PS/PB, AM/FM, clean  cond., low miles, $2400. 885-  4804. Mw  '86 Olds Ciera Brougham, loaded  plus disc player, $5795.886-7150.  ss  '86 Cutlass Supreme 64,000 kms.,  good cond., $5900 obo. 883-2667  or 865-2649. SS   1967   '87 Tempo 4 dr., P/W, P/D/L, air  cond, AM/FM slereo, exc. cond.,  $3000.685-4054. ss  1966   '88 Dodge Ram 150 van, good  cond., V6, 5 spd., $5700. 665-  6065. Mc  '68 Dodge Caravan 5 passenger,  4 cyl., exc. cond., $7000. 886-  6903. Mw  '68 Dodge Ramvan, exc. cond.,  133,000 kms, $6100.886-0995.SS  '68 Cavalier Z24, V-6, Pwr. sun-  rod w/air. Exc. cond. $6,800 obo,  686-7854 all. 5:30pm. ss  '88 Ford Taurus, am/fm, Ac V6,  auto/od, 4 door, exc. cond. $5495.  686-75201X686-2111. SS  '68 Nissan Sentra 6 sp., red,  AM/FM cass. deck, new Iront tires,  exc. cond., $5500.8684837. ss  m  1982 Dodge 3/4 ton van  -318 motor, propane.  TIDELINE  MARINE  MON SAT 8 AM - 6 PM  885 4111  78 3/4 ton Chevy flatdeck 4x4,  $2,500 obo. 688-3001. SS  79 Ford Bronco XLT, 4 wh. drive,  auto., looks and runs excellent,  $4995000.886-7099. ss  79 Ford F250 Supercab, camper  special, ex. shape, $2500. 886-  9292. Mw  GMC High Sierra trailer special,  p/w, p/l, lilt, cruise, canopy, rebuilt  350, exc. cond. $3,800.686-8779.  ���7c  1960  ���801/2 ton Ford F-100, $250, runs  well, needs work. 886-8279. Mw  1961  '61 Bronco XLT 351, A/C, cruise,  new tires, new exhaust, nice cond.  $6,000,685-5612. ��7c  '81 GMC shortbox 4X4, V8,4 sp.,  cuslom painl, bumpers, etc.,  $3800 obo. 886-7595.        Mc  1912  1913  '63 F250 4X4 mech. sound,  canopy, $3500.3284262.    Mc  '83 Ford Rangar, 4 sp. o.d.,  w/canopy, good cond., $3650.  0006005. MC  1N4  1989 24 tt. MH Slumber Queen on  Ford 460, 75,000 km, sleeps 6,  awning, air helper springs, CB,  exc. cond. $27,900. 885-4455  eves. ��7c  17 ft. Prowler travel trailer, $2700;  18 ft. Vanguard trailer, $4600 obo,  both good cond., lully self-contained. 885-2726. ��7w  9 1/2 II. camper, 3-way Iridge,  stove/oven, lurnace. NO JACKS.  $1200 obo. 886-4206 aft. 6pm.  ���7w  1972 VW Westfalia, poplop, lull  maintenance history, $2500 obo.  686-7673 aft. 6pm or lv. mess.��7w  1976 Terry Travel trailer, 25 tl.,  sleeps 8, 4 pee. balh, greal  accommodation, while building or  holiday. $7,500.885-4048.   ��7c  29 tt. Travel EZZ trailer, renov.  throughout, $2300 lirm, M1 Wilson Creek Campground.     ��7c  10 1/2 ft overhead camper, good  cond., 4 appl, toilet and shower, 4  new jacks. A musl see! $1,800  obo. Call Code 685-8877.    17c  30 ft. travel trailer, remodelled, gas  stove, furnace, shower, $8500.  8854217. ss  1990 dx. 24' motorhome A-1 condition. 886-9025. ss  18 ft. Fibreglass, Volvo I/O, boat.  Tandem axle trailer, $3800. 883-  2297. ss  25 It. Reinell, depth sounder, good  mech. condition. $9000 obo. 886-  4870. ss  21 ft. libreglass boat, 350 motor,  new canvas, $4800; 1411. aluminum boat, electric start, 20 HP  Mercury w/controls, battery,  $1450.865-7736. Mw  Wanted: 23 or 24 fool boal  w/cuddy cabin. 1990 or newer,  exc. cond. Call Roy 883-9399.I8W  14 ft. aluminum boat and trailer,  4.5 hp en gine, exc. shape, $1100  obo. 886-6201. tfn  16 It. aluminum hull, $800 obo.  886-7145. ��7w  Heevy duly 50' float ramps built to  suit. 883-2610 or 683-9290.    ss  12'6* Apollo inflatable with trailer,  exc. cond., 4 chamber/inflatable  keel sectioned aluminum Iloor  boards. Seals, oars, gas lank,  $1500 complete. 686-8558.   tins  '89 Tracker 4X4 convertible, 14 Dodge Caravan, aulo. $4,500.  85,000 kms, asking $6900. Call  8664204. ss  eves. 666-7556. ss  14 ft. Runabout w/lrailer, also several O/B motors. Will consider all  offers. 883-9744 eves.        Mc  18.5 ft. fibreglass boal wilh  standup cabin - no power, $700  obo. 8854879. Hw  1989 ��� 90 HP Evinrude w/VRO  power Irim, all controls and  gauges ��� in excellent working  order, $3000, 866-2736.       IS  Wanted - 20 to 23 tool libreglass  boat with cabin without power ���  can be inboard or outboard design  and very used. 8654679.    Mw  Boats For Sale  New & Used  CONSIGNMENTS  WELCOME  TIDBUNI MARINK  ���SS7 Wharf 114. fMkall  885-41)1  HON4ATIAJf4PH  '90s  'M Dodge IM cargo van, VI,  ���Ir, mw tins, IMOO obo. IM-  24* tins  '91 Mercury Cougar, auto., air,  power, white, exc. cond., 35,000  kms, $15,000 obo. 8664623. n  '91 Sundrd SE, V6,5 sp., 2 dr.,  air, tilt i cass. $9700.886-2666.  SS  ���92 Tracker, 29000 tons., hard and  soft lop, $10,500 abo. Phone after  5pm 683-9419. 17c  CLEAROUT! Used tires, wheels,  Chevette; Honda Accord parti.  885-7167 II  1966  ���86 Bronx, Eddie Bauer, loaded,  low km, exc. cond., new lires,  $11,000,865-2423. 17c  1N7  '87 Ford F250 4>4, 460-V8 on  propane, 200 L capacity, AM/FM  case, 4 sp., lac., I ton axle, can  bolt on duds, 411 rearend, $6500  ObO. 6854016. ��7wim  88 Ford Ranger, good cond, 2  whed drive, 4 cyl, 5 sp., $3900  obo. 886-9290. Mw  stem? MUM  tpimifi.  vvPWUl WW P^CTU  M.C.M.M.C.   M.'N.A.U.S.  M.A.B.V.C   'Mirfru  Surveyors and Consults  LaJttflftaM  tin  ���89 Z-71 stepside 4x4, Miy loaded,  mud Ml. 866-7484. ss  1990  '57 Ford F-100. frame oil restoration, 480-V8 C4 auto, posilraction,  mags, custom metallic blue paint  and interior, rust Iree. $6500.685-  3433. SS  '64 International 3/4 Ion, short box  4x4, rebuilt 345e. 4 sp, need box  or deck. Asking $1400 obo. 886-  8772. I7w  ���90 Jeep YJ, 6 cyl, 5 sp, 45,000  kms, 2 lops, exc. cond, yellow.  $11,900,886-3249. ��7w  INI  '91 Chev SiO ext. cab, 5 sp, 4x4,  w/canopy 6 box liner; 47,000  tons, $15,400 obo. 8854520.MW  WANTED: 23' or 24' boat with  Cuddy cabin. 1990 or newer,  excdlent condition. Cal Roy. 883-  9399. ��7c  Heavy duty Sff float tamps but to  Hit. 863-2610 or 8634290.    IS  221/2 It. Bayliner Skagit 226 Mercruiser FWC, freeh leg, 2 Mvfnd-  ers, VHF I CB radios. Call 686-  9466aft.5pm. I7w  Tandem sail boat trailer, can carry  up to 24' fixed keel boat, $800.  885-2771 aft. 5. ��7w  1990 Campion 210 Discovery  waler cooled V6 engine, cuddy  cabin, ex. cond. w/tisiler, $20,000  ObO. 8664504. Mc  17 ft. fiberglass 90 hp Merc.  Needs some work. $1850.885-  4217. ss  Bayliner 24' C/B, rebuilt engine, 4  hrs., new upholstery, UHF CB, 2  depth sounders, $12,900. 868-  7255. IS  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-3O40-50-70 HP 1992-1993  Evlnrudss. Excellent condition.  Lowe's Rnort, 863-2456.     tm  1976 Birrs Fsrrsl 37(1., long  cabin, libreglass, exc. shape,  extensive etedrodos, lenwaHow,  diesel. Asking $79,900. CM lor  appoint. 987-5304 or hr.mesi.Mc  1966 21 It Campion Diicovery,  cuddycadn.6cylMerc(ui��er,170  Ins on boat, My equipped lor lifting. Over $30,000 new, asking  $14,500.685-2503. SS  1211. aluminum 7.5 Merc, lyr.dd,  trailer, rum good, $1200. 886-  2028. ��7w  Ussd Homes  front  $6,950 FP  Must be Moved  CalcoMct  597-3322  10%Down  CMHC Financing  20 year term  For details <~  coled  597-3322.  '69 Datsun PU. 5 sp, 2 L,  canopy, $300.8854069.  insul.  Mc  '70s  72 Ford 250 p/u, 360 auto, new  tires, sportsman canopy. Solid  truck, $2200.885-7401.        ss  73 Ford PU, box only, exc. cond,  $650,686-7157. Mw  74 GMC 29', 40-passenger schod  bus, on propane, w/4 spd. Allison  ���ulo trim, certilied in perfect  working order. $4000. Miy take  pert tnda 866-2348 Mc  75 Dodge propane 4X4, crsw csb.  completely rebuilt, $6500. 885-  761ft si  76 GMC crewcab, 360 auto, rum.  $300 Obo 685-9694 Mw  13 Pontile 6000 LE, $600 obo.  Many new parti. ��8i Wilton  ���8c  Mw  (NO  a*...WZ^tleZ,re^mm*   ��> T-BIrd, ll running, $200 obo.  Antique wood bummg cook itova, 1103.0744 ���*������. ��8c  ���80 Pontisc Grand LeMans Safin  station wagon, $750.686-2561.  17c  ���80 Ford Fairmont stnwgn, PSIP8,  exc. cond, $1500/885-9333. as  ���83 Aud 4000 turbo diesei auto. *  dr, factory rebuilt motor w/27,000  kmi., $4500.665-2503. IS  13 4W/D Toyota Tared stn. wgn,  clean, well maintained. 160,000  tow. 865-0458. SS   mt  ���84 Dodge Caravan, 5 pass, exc  shape, $3800.8854217.       ss  MM UMNO  28 yean experience  FROPANE/MARNE valve  grinding, hard lead, rsoonng,  hot tanking  SUNCOAST MOMS  j|6��475  77 Ford 150 4x4. 80 box. new  tint, lull box. Good cond. $2600  obo .6864660 ss  77 Dodge 'XTC camper van, exc.  cond, $4500 ObO. Call 8864999  to view. Mw  ��n you  pay for 2 Insmrtlonm  At classified; must be  pre-paid belore insertion  FOR ONE INSERTION  ���i Minn mt mofiooy w wmmmv  Edition. Up to TO words; 25 cants  tmm uili __J_____J _J  ���or wot monwflQi won,  ft*: Lost, Found I Few  Sure Sell Classified*  $17 up to 10 words  11 each additional word  Your ad, selling on* item, will run 4 consecutive "treks  lhan will be cancelled unless you Instruct us to renew It  by daitlfod deadline ��� Nor omltoklt fef commercial ttfcwHun  Coasl Nows  CLASSIFIED DIADLINISt  Monday Mitten Wtgkamhr  ��� P.M. THURSDAY NOON TUIIDAY  Olbeons 886-2622 Sothah 885-3930 20  Coast News, February 7, 1994  27   Mobile Homes  Why buy used  New Home  $35,900 FP  Deluxe home  2 models to choose Irom  Must be moved  597-3322  ttn  Move this clean and tidy 2 bdrm.  1971 Chancellor onto your lot.  Great lor starter or while you build  your dream home! Only $10,000.  Call Ken 885-6277, 885-0283 or  Susan 886-8389. Mw  Rockland Wynd Sr. Park, 1990  Dartmouth 14x70 deluxe model,  w/vaulted ceiling, skylights, soaker  tub, 2 bdrm.s. one w/ocean view,  sunporch, carport, utility shed, low  mice., yard 1 garden area. To  view 885-5661. Mw  1974 Paramount 12x68 in Sundance Park, Sechelt. 2 bdrms,  (was 3) 12x24 family room addit.  W/D, S/F S decks. Short walk to  hosp. 6 all amen. $29,900. 885-  5762. Mw  1960 14x70 Highwood 3 bdrm,  extra large master bdrm has bay  windows, ensuite has large soaker  lub, spacious circle kitchen, 5  appl, Venetians throughout, must  be moved. $34,500 Karen 685-  6412. ss  WANTED TO RENT: We are N/S  6 N/D married working couple  looking lor 2 or 3 bedrm clean  house or cottage with W/D w/lront  or ocean view w/access in quiet  neighbourhood. Would preler lire-  place 8 garage or carport. $500-  $650 range. Feb. 15 or May 1st  move in date. Call Gregg or Cathy.  925-1420. Thank you. ��7c  Responsible couple seeking 2 - 3  bdrm house, lor long term rental,  March or April, call belore 4:30 pm,  1-3764537. ��7c  Prolessional couple wilh no children, non-smoking, require a 3/4  bdrm. house lor March 1 in Gibsons or Sechelt. Relerences available. Call Gary 665-3930 or 966-  5790. tins  Two prolessional people with cat  require a 2 bdrm. home, preler  Roberts Creek or Davis Bay area.  Both are quiet non-smokers. Preler  to pay $600 max. 665-3930 Susan  (9am-5pm). tfns  '91 Honda CR250. Many extras.  $3,000,886-4746. ss  M.T.-H.D. MOTORCYCLES  1990 Cuslom soft tail, $15,000;  1985 FLT Tour/Glide, $11,500;  I960 Harley Sportster, $4500;  1979 Harley Sportster, $4500;  1973 Harley Sportster. $4000;  1942 Harley 45WL, $4000;  685-3137 or alter 6 -685-7570.  ���7w  1991 ��� 1400 cc Suzuki, Intruder,  beautilul blue, low rider - the rest  ol the bike is chrome. Ind. spoke  wheels, 6,000 kms, mint cond.  OlletS to $7500.685-2771 all 5.  ���7w  1980 Yamaha XS 1100, exc.  cond, 20,000 kms, $1450 obo.  885-5492. ss  '85 Kawasaki GPZ 900 Ninja.  Black, like new. 20,000 km.  $3,500.8864616 aft. 7 pm.    ss  1978 Honda 400, good cond.,  spare bike lor parts $600 takes all.  886-7722 leave message,    tfns  SHARED ACCOMMODATION  Wanted - roommate to share 3  bedroom home, Nonh Road, Gibsons, $325 per month. Call 886-  2622 days, ask for Simone,  evenings call 886-2504. Ideal for  mill student. tins  Shared accommodation: wanted  roommate to share 2 bdrm. apt. in  North Vancouver, 15 min. walk to  Capilano College. $412.50/mo.  Ideal for college students. Avail.  Immed. Call 866-9705.       ��7w  Roommate wanted, $250/mo.  includes utilities, Gibsons. 886-  6309 alter 5 pm. #7c  sons/Loiuidale  2 bdrm apt, lower Gibsons, new  building, quiet, secure. Laundry,  view. $760/mo. 686-3420.    ��8c  Gibsons Spsclous Nssr Nsw  bdrm. apt. ground level, patio, 4  appls, cat ok, $550 includes heat  S hydro. 298-5215. Mw  Small 2 bdrm. mobile, $450/mo.  ���16,1416 North Rd., N/P, avail,  immed 886-9581. Mw  2 bdrm downstairs duplex suite, 4  appl, N/S, no pels. Quiet types  only.Feb.15.$575.886-7175.Mc  31. For Ren  Watertront. Gibsons area, bright 1  bdrm ocean Iront suite, N/P. $550.  686-2596. 18c  Avail, immed, large 1 quiet 2 bdrm  suite w/view, Central Gibsons, 5  appl. $750/mo. 596-1669.  Mc  2 bdrm, ocean view, 5 min. trom  beach. Soma furniture. Large yard.  Avail. Feb. 15. $750/mo. 886-2362.  Mc  1 bdrm suite, quiet area close to  mall, garden, $500 including hydro.  886-3107. ��8c  2 bdrm. new duplex oil Shaw, quiet  neighbourhood, carport, W/D,  $645/mo. 685-9135. Mw  Charming 3 bdrm waterlront house  w/beeutilul pebble beach, $1250 /  mo. Avail. March 1. One year lease  prelerred. 1-925-1251.        ��8c  Large 3 bdrm. lower Iloor ol hse,  $650/mo. avail. March 1.8664668  or 960-2739. ��7w  March 1,2 bdrm. house, ocean  view, 5 appl, $750/mo, rels. a  must; min. 6 mos. lease. 8850219.  ��8w  1 bdrm. suite, bright, spacious,  beautiful view, Granlhams. N/S  prel, rels. req, $525/mo. 686-  0026. Mw  New 1 or 2 bdrm. condo, dose to  trans 6 shopping. Greal view. 886-  4824 9-9. Mw  1 large bdrm. apt, avail, March 1,  adult oriented, elec. t laundry ind,  greal view, close to lerry. 686-  0990. Mw  Lower Gibsons duplex, 3 Ig.  bdrms, Iridge, slove, W/D, F/P,  rets. req. avail. Feb. 1. $800. 948-  0384. I7w  New 2 bdrm.apl, Farnham Gardens, great view ol trims, 3 appl,  laundry avail, $650 ��� utils. 685-  6427 eves. I7w  Clean dry storage, Gibsons, 1700  cu. ft, Seo/mo. 886-6526.    I7w  1 bdrm. trailer, 30x8', lully lurnished, brand new, dose to lerry,  N/S, N/P, $400 plus utils., very private. 686-9625. ��7w  Are you a sell supporting, active  individual with a soli spot tor pups?  Gibsons w/front shared house,  $450 (ind. utils.). 8660779.    tfn  Funky day use studo space, seasonal, $120.886-3706. tin  31. For Renl  3 new, permanent/long term RV  sites now ready al Boot Hill RV  Park, $250/mo. 1117 Keith Fload, 1  1/2 miles up Cemetary Road, Gibsons. 866-9764 or 220-1526.  tfns  Gibsons: 2 bdrm, upper level ol  house, newly painted, hardwood  floors. FP. deck with outstanding  view, W/D, quiet neighbourhood.  Avail. Feb. 1. Rels. req. $70O/mo.  Sieve 255-9924. Mc  NEWLY DECORATED  4 bdrm basemenl home. Gibsons.  Family oriented neighbourhood,  convenienl location. Close to  schools, bus & shopping. 5 miri.  drive lo lerry. Rels please.  $850/mo. 6860457. ��7c  GRANTHAMS LANDING: 1 bdrm  walkout, lurnished, W/D, heal I  utilities included. Avail, immed.  $475/mo. 416-8894860.      *7c  Avail. Immed. Panabode log home  on 1/2 acre w/slreem near Gibsons  Marina. 3 bdrm full basement suite,  active semi-retired or professional  couple. $1100/mo. indudes cable,  6 appl. a all utilities. Neg. for gardener / landscape! / handiman.  Leese prelerred. Rels please. 885-  3433. ��7c  Hopkins Landing, 3 bdrm + den,  upper Iloor ol house, W/S, W/D,  view, deck, parking, tended garden. Walk to lerry. N/P. Refs.  $850/mo. ulil incl. Avail March I.  2774725. ��7C  Well maintained, very clean 2  bdrm. lamily home, 3rd bdrm. in  sell-contained bsml. Large deck,  wonderful ocean view, close lo  lerry, carport, $600/mo. Call 886-  4289 all. 6pm. ��7w  Shared Irge. 2 bdrm. apartment  central Gibsons, $365/mo. incl  utils. 6860051. ��7w  1 bdrm. util. ind, N/S, N/P, suit 1  working person, rels, $400/mo. t  S/D. 885-9233. Mw  1 bdrm. suite, self-contained, full  kilchen, full balh and laundry,  $450/mo��� avail. March 1. 686-  3249 ask lor Steve. Mw  Gibsons 4 bdrm. house, Prall Rd.  area, $1100/mo. Avail. Feb. 1.1-  926-2243. Mc  For rent -1 bdrm. apis, $440 to  $455 plus damage. Rels req.  Phone 6864204 or 686-8073.��7w  RENTAL  MANAGEMENT  Pebbles  REALTY LTD.  John Austin  8864107  3 bedroom duplex  School Road $800  Brand new bachelor suile, just  above lerry whart, stove, Iridge,  laundry facilities, beautllul view,  N/S, N/P, avail. Immed, $500/mo.  includes ulils. 886-7667.      Mc  14x64-3 bdrm. mobile on private  lot, Cemetray Rd. area. Avail. Feb.  1, $55(Vmo. + utils. 1 -963-8703.  Mc  Waterfront 1 bdrm. lurnished  house, lower Gibsons, 5 or 6 mos,  $750/mo. 987-2591 FAX 987-  6220. Mw  Fum. 1 bdrm. suite, cable TV cenlral Gibsons, $450. Avail. Feb. I.  5744040 eves, or 886-0309. Mc  Gibsons 1 bdrm. t den, view  house in Lower Gibsons, avail.  immed, $575/mo. 271-0753. Mc  2 yr. dd 2 bdrm. house plus healed garage, Langdale, Feb. 15,  $875/mo. 686-7261. Mc  Gibsons: spacious 2 bdrm, F/P,  W/D, sunroom, deck, overlooking  creek, across Irom Dougal Park,  $675* utils. 8884740.        Mc  Lrg. room lor rem in new house on  Mt. View. Share w/one. W/D, D/W,  lenced yard, M/F, Avail, immed.  $400 (utils Incl.). 866-2259 alt.  6pm. Mw  Mar. 1, Immac. 2 level townhse.  near school 1 stores, 5 appl  N/P,  rels. please, $785/mo. 886-8206.  or 874-5666.  Ifn  Cenlral Gibsons, 2 bdrm. with skylight, $550/mo. (hydro, cable not  induded) 686-7016. ttn  i bdrm apt. opposite Gibsons mart- Gibsons Waterfront ��� 2 bdrm. 1 yr.  na. New bldg, quiet and secure, old condo w/balcony, fabulous  Laundry. Private patio. $590. 686- view, 5 appl, intercom entry, N/S,  3420. Mc N/P, $775.8664681. Mc  2 bdrm. large cottage Rbts. Ck.  w/lront. Fully self-contained 1 fum  ished. refs. req. $600/mo. 686-  4564. ��7w  3 bdrm. executive home, drive by  3403 Kraus Rd, Avail. Mar. 1,       $1000/mo. 583-2449. ��7w  Room lor renl in Roberts Creek  New, single, N/S, quiel. Main floor, (unlumished), $250/mo. ind. utils.  furnished with extras. W/D. Rets, please. 8850950. tin  $450/mo. Christine 8864277,885-  0333.  ���8c  Shared accommodations on 2 1/2  beautilul acres, Roberts Creek.  N'S, private livingroom I attached  bedroom. One adult only please.  i$390/mo. incl. utils. 866-3755,  (Shdla)..  31   For Renl  OCEAN FRONT  Apartment w/spectacular view, 7-  Isles adult apt, Hwy. 101, Madeira  Park. 665-3910. Mw  Sleeping room, private entrance,  N/S, privale balh, avail, immed.  $225/mo. 1-733-9623.        Mw  2 bdrm. house, view, near beach,  suit working couple, N/S, one pet  OK, $70O/mo. 1-733-9623.   Mw  Sleeping room Hallmoon Bay, privale entrance, N/S, private balh,  Feb. 1,$250/mo. 1-733-9823. Mc  Nice large waterfront apt. al Secret  Cove. Year round, $550/mo. Call  Hayden 885-9368, lv. mess,   tfn  2 bdrm waterfront view house,  7965 Redroolls Rd, $850/mo.  Avail. March 1. 734-5880, 885-  0640. 17c  Pender Harbour 2 bdrm, 4 appl,  beautilul watertront, N/P, $600.  883-1122 Robi. Mw  1 bdrm. suile, 2 appl, waterfront,  Francis Peninsula Rd., N/S,  $450/mo. avail. Feb. 1. 926-2276  aft. 6. ��7w  1 6 2 bdrm cottages avail, immed.  N/S, N/P. Free use of dock and  small fishing boal. Cable included.  Rels. req. From $400/mo. 883-  9569. tfns  QIBSONS:  TOWNHOUSES/CONDO  Two bedroom town house,  includes all appliances, $600 per  month.  Two bedroom waterlront condo /  includes all appliances / great  view. $650 per month plus utilities.  APARTMENTS  One bedroom, side by side duplex,  $400 per month plus utilities.  Two bedroom apartment, rent  indudes heel and hot waler, $575.  Three bedroom apartment, central,  rent Indudes heal and hoi waler,  $675.  SECHELT: APARTMENTS  One bedroom apartment, $475,  plus utilities.  Two bedroom townhouse, in an  adult oriented complex, fireplace,  washer/dryer, view, $700 plus utilities.  GRANT REALTY LTD.  666-3330  2 bdrm. side duplex Redroolls,  newly decorated, close to sdiod  and but, $600.  1 bdrm. furnished suite. W.Sechelt,  $560.  9maH 2 bdtm. watref root cottage,  Lower Rd. $475?  SUMft'Mtty Property mf/L  Devs Austin, MM2I5.     Mw  ;|4   Help Wanled  Say "I Love Tou��  with a personal  Valentine's  Greeting***  Compose your own message on this  coupon and bring, mail, fax, or phone it  in to us by 2 pm, Thursday, Feb. 10  Budget Model  1 col x 1/2"  $4  Economy  Model  1 colxl"  $7  Bob. you mean the world  tome.  **a  Love you, Mary ap  Daddy, 1 love you very  much and hope you'll  always be my Valentine  Love, Muffin  PS. Mom loves you too  Choose from 4 sizes  designed to fit  your budget...  Publication date  Monday, February 14  Print your message here...  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I7w  2 bdrm, 2 bath, mobile w/S appl.  located In Rockwood Wynd Trailer  Parte. $600/mo. 685-9715.   Mw  SecMI brand new small 1 bdtm.  suite, private, new appl., plus  W1D, prol. N/S, $500/mo. 885-  7161 alt/5 pm Mc  1 bdrm. suile. Wharf Rd., N/P,  $45(Vmo. 8654474. Mw  Two bdrm. penthouse suite,  Sechelt, walking distance to  amenities, quiel building, adult oriented, N/P, refs, $515.685-9017.  Mw  11ge. bdrm, shared accommodation, access to kilchen, W/D,  $300/mo. plus shared ulils. svalt.  immed. 685-1995. Mw  Condo lor rent. view. 6854831.  Mw  Avail. April 1, Davis Bay, brand  new 3 bdrm. w/view, cent/vac 5  appls, large yard. deck. $1100/mo.  694-5244 all. 5pm or reply Box  130, Pemberton, BC VON 2L0.Mw  1 bdrm. duplex, close to town,  $410/mo. ind. utils. B85-7655.I8W  Large home on acreage, will share  w/a mature, responsible lemale -  big house! Pel or child welcomed!  Shared ulils. Mar. 1. 665-5784  Melanie. Mw  Cozy W/F cottage, prefer couple  long term, N/P, Mar. 16, $750.  865-5742. Mw  Prime rsW space, Hwy. 101,1500  sq. tt. $1000. No triple net. 737-  8081. ttn  700 square toot oflice space lor  rent. Available immediately. Contact Denis 885-3705 or 6683382.  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek hal available. Wheelch air lacilities. 685-  2752 or 6654863. th  COMMERCIAL  1600 sq. tt. warehouse aid office  space. Gibsons industrial basin,  $900 per month triple net.  Sechell retail, approx. 900 sq. fl,  Wlatf a, $1000 Ind. taxes  Sechelt office space, $450-$750 .  Wilson Creek - warehouie,  $6.00/loot; officii spaces.  $5.50/1001.  ORANT REALTY LTD.  68*3330  Ifn  Warehouse space for leese, 1500-  3000sq.ft. Hwy 101,Gibsons.All  lacilities avail, ind. large loading  dock. 8854193. ttn  Roberts Cieek Hal, avail, dam,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 686-  7615. tin  For Rent - Seamount Industrial  Park, light industrial, service commercial, up to 2.000 sq It. 10' ceding, heavy wiring. Also 750 sq ft  bay 12' door, mill exposure.  Phone 886-2663 days, 666-9075  eves. tfn  5,000 square lool warehouse ��*  ollice space, Wilson Cieek. Long  term lease desired. NRS, Sechelt  Realty Ltd. 885-9093. Hn  Fabulous commercial storefront for  lease. Over 1000 sq. It. No triple  net. Avail. Jan. 1, Seaview Plus,  Gibsons. Marie. Sen 886-7016 or  Lome 1-737-6061. tin  SSS MW (fax ,Y,S'.v.M'v/. or SS(, 2(>22 (fax SSo  in-tin,I In flu ( 'nasi Win, lltix lot), (iilitmis. /,' (     VI)  3 bdrm home, $650/mo. Refl.  Yearly leese. Avail. April 1.270-  1301 eves. I7w  1 bdrm. suite in duplex near Secret  Cove, $400/mo. Ind. ulils. Avail.  immed. 885-5448. Mw  Q  TOWN OF GIBSONS  PLANNING ASSISTANT  The Town of Gibsons is seeking a Planning  Assistant with a strong technical planning  background to work primarily In current  planning. The Planning Assistant will be  responsible for answering public inquiries  related to property zoning and development  procedures, and processing subdivision  and development applications.  The successful applicant will have relevant  experience In a B.C. municipality, have  demonstrated skills in analysing  subdivision and other development plans,  and excellent communication skills.  Qualifications will include a relevant degree  or diploma, 2-4 years experience In current  planning, a thorough knowledge of the  Municipal Act, Land Title Act, and eligibility  for membership in the Planning Institute of  B.C.  The Planning Assistant will report to the  Planner. The position is a term position,  ending in December, 1994, with a full  benefits package. Applicants should  submit resumes to the undersigned by 4:30  p.m., Tuesday, February 22,1994.  Susan Stratis, MCIP, Municipal Planner  Town of Gibsons  Box 340, Gibsons, B.C. VON IVO  Phone: 886-2274  CONSTRUCTION  AGGREGATES  LTP C/IL  requires a self-motivated  person to be responsible  for purchasing,  accounting and some  secretarial functions at  Its SECHELT open pit  mining operation.  Applicants should be  very well organized and  poesess practical  accounting slots.  Computer experience  wilh word processing  and spreadsheet  software is essential.  If you are a team  orientated person with  good oommuncabon  skis and are Interested  in professional growth,  please apply in wring  to:  Ben Hanson  Manager, Human  Resources  CONSTRUCTION  AGGREGATES LTD.  P.O. Box 2300  Vancouver, B.C.  V6B3W6  VOLUNTEERS NEEDED  The Teen Centre needs volunteers  lo woik Fri. eves, or weekends with  leans, one day per month, in Gibsons. ' Volunteer drivers needed  in Sechell lo transport people to  medical appointments both locally  and In Vancouver. Expenses fully  reimbursed' Volunteers are needed lo train as income tax assistants  to provide services lor low income  people. Training course Feb. 17,  10em-2pm.' Volunteer is needed  to provide clerical and computer  work, IB M1 Mac, lor a cultural  group In Sechell. Flexible hours.  For these and more opportunities  contact Ihe Volunteer and Inlormation Centre at 885-5881.     Mw  Looking for reliable, hardworking  person lo help In house cleaning  business. For more info phone  between 8 am and 8 pm, 886-  4660, ask lor Cathy. Mw  Experienced computer operator lor  short term employment. Only persons familiar wilh AccPac Simply  Accounting lor windows considered. Reply with resums snd  phone number to Box 411, c/o  Coait Newt, Box 460, Gibsons,  BCV0N1V0. Mw  Experienced shipper, receiver  truck driver needed. Deliveries on  the Sunshins Coait and alio  weekly Vancouver trips. Apply in  person with written resume at Dargatz Glass 6 Door, 1103 Hwy. 101,  Gibsons.  NO PHONE CALL  now! nim aeon  Tex-Mex Restaurant opening toon  in Gibsons requires cooks, kitchen  help, dishwashers, waiter-esses,  bsr persons snd but persons.  Please bring resumes or pick up  application form Sunday, Feb. 6,  10am-12 or Tuesday. Feb 6.6:30-  8:30 pm. 450 Marine dr., Gibsons  Mc  Vancouver Sun needs sn adult  with a reliable car lor home delivery. Area curling rink Gibsons to  Browning Rd /40 papers, monthly  profit $800. Please phone 1-800-  663-2662 or 390-2067.        Mw  DAYWALL/TAPING  Quality work at reasonable rates.  This Is your best choice. Exc. rets.  svaasble.CtfBCI.Mt-2S47.Mc  DO YOU NEED  Pressure washing (mobiles, etc.).  rubbish removal, wood bucking /  spitting, landscape / lawn maintenance, brush cutting, window / gutter cleaning, roto-tlllng, lirewood,  elc. 8854737. Mc  BUILDING?  Have you consldsfed  stained glass?  6854266  Mc  MR. PAINT  Qualily based on X years experience. Drywall repairs 6 small jobs  our specialty. Peter Paint 886-  4210. ��7w  LANDSCAPE* GARDEN  Design construction 6 maintenance. Pictures available. References. Call 886-3907. ��7c  KITCHENS 1 BATHS  Quality workmanship, fair prices,  many happy customers, rels avail.  Bonded t insured. Call Dorm 885-  3557. I7c  Sechelt Golf & Country Dub is currently accepting applications lor a  seasonal grounds crsw, lor Ihe  April to Oct m golf season. Applicants must be physically ft, energetic, and willing to work. Rata ol  pay will depend on experience. II  you think you have whal it lakes lo  be a part ot our teim, apply at  5588C inlet Ave., Sedan. Applications will be accepted until Feb.  21/94. ��7w  The Whart Restaurant requires a DRYWALL I TAPING  chef to work approx. 32 hrs./wk. New, repair. Quality workmanship,  Exp. in vegetarian cookery bonded, insured, Iree estimales.  required. To msks appt. phone Call Dorm 885-3557. Rels. avail.  Jose, 885-7285.               I7w |7c  Full time position In rapidly  expanding business. Duties  includs: reception, sccounti  receivable, payroll clerk and general office dudes. Applicant should  be familiar with AccPac Simple  Accounting and Works Word Processing, have own transportation,  be motivated, wilh some knowledge ol construction an asset.  Submit resume to P.O. Box 1309,  Gibsons, BC VON IVO.       Mw  Irvines Landing marina * pub,  experienced cook. Contact Wayne  883-1145. tfn  Assemble light products st home.  Excel, income, easy work. Call lor  directory, 24 hrs. (604) 623-2360  ext.A74. tin  LOOITOLUMMI  KRTAIIIMNDMW.  , MUSiRVKiWUi  COMITOYOWMONriY  *   TOCUTYOUtlQW.  Sriaa ������.OaTO  WORD PROCESSING, AUDIO  TAPE TRANSCRIPTION, MAILING LISTS. 865-M19.       IIQc  SPRAYPAINTING  Boats. Furniture, Buildings, Fibre-  glassing. 886-9577. Mw  D.W. Johniton Trucking, sand,  crushed rock, drain rack. Very reasonable rales 8858849.    ��!6c  SEAMS ~  Cuslom quilted decorator cushions, quills. Beautifully cralted  Also cuslom RV and on-board curtains/linens ind bedding. 886-  7277. M�� M  35. Business &  Home Services  CULTURED MARBLE  Jetted bathtubs, sinks, baths and  shower panels, CSA approved.  Free estimales. Tom Seaiy 683-  2978. tin  COASTLINE FENCING  Wooden i Chain Link  Fencing  Call alter 6pm 886-2215 Bob tins  PATIO PAL  All your patio needs. New, rebuilt,  relinished, wood or concrete. Free  estimales. Pat Hamilton 686-3306.  Mw  GREEN CUPS  All your lawn and garden care.  Lawn cutting, fertilizing, rotolilling,  yard maintenance. Free estimates.  Pat Hamilton 686-3306.      Mw  Carpentry, renovations, additions.  By hour or contract. Call 886-3107.   tb  Exp. bondable homemaket needs  employment offering maid/cooking  services includes: cooking, dean-  Ing, landscaping, yardwork and  painting, Scheduling available. Call  Gretchen now! 685-2238.    Mw  Available for small drywall, taping,  and spray jobs. VERY experienced! Call Alan, 865-7080. ��10c  Carpel & Lino installation - 20  years experience. Free estimales.  886-0726. ��10w  FRUIT TREES PRUNED  Experienced orchardist wants lo  prune your fruit trees. Free estimates, call 685-7906.       ��10w  Firewood chopping / stacking,  landscaping labour, grounds maintenance etc. Man / men available  lew hours or few weeks. Rob 886-  3822. #7c  French woman, 48 yrs., desires  live-in job as nanny. Will cook and  clean. Avail. March 1 or sooner.  Exc. refs. 685-5396 ask for  Mc  HOMIOWMtRS  HILM.INI  AnyJtt*  oSSFau 8864788  Framing crew avail., competitive  rales, Iree estimates. 683-2094.  Mc  Qualified carpenter, new or renovations. Exp. and reliable. Pete  Mc  ZEE'S HOME ft GARDEN  Cleaning Services. Rels. 886-  0750. Mw  LAWN t GARDEN  Fruit tree pruning and spraying,  garden renovations, retaining  walls, hedge trimming, general  deanup. Call 886-0160.        tfn  BUSINESS CARDS - Exact to  your specifications. Black 6 while  to lull colour ��� Irom $45. produced  locally. 885-9230. ��7w  Income Tax Preparation, $25.  Delivery seivice available, seniors  discounts. 886-3075. Mw  CATHY'S HOME CLEANING  Experienced house cleaner wilh  excellent references. 686-4680.  Mw-  \I1I ulil '   '  . f.  House cleaning, 2 mature reliable  nousecleaners. Call Helen 886-  8678 or Jmce 8868302.    Mw  Ceramic tile, parquet, wallpaper,  call 6868934. tin  COMPUTER INSTRUCTION  At home or at work, one on one or  a group. Call Jell 686-6095. tfns  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton Iruck available lor hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rotolilling, odd lobs.  885-3917. tins  RUBBISH REMOVAL  Yard cleanup, llghl moves, odd  jobs, quick, Iriendly seivice. 885-  9694,328-1811 cell. ��11w  Quality painting. Also gardening  and general labour. Sleven  Bethune, 865-3276. Mw  Oil/Gas burner, plumbing, HVAC  Serviceman, have TQ's and Gas  "A*. Experienced In piping, estimating, materials handing, piping  co-ordination, spooling. Resume  and letters available. Mchael 886-  6063. ��7w  RINOVATIONt  Specialists In  Additions ��� Carports  Concrete ��� Decks  Doors ��� Windows  Cabinets ��� Finishing  f ou name Ul  All protects considered.  Free estimates  Firm prices  References available.  BRUCE FRASER.  EOT.  885-9576  SERV/NG  THE COAST  FOR IS YEARS  Experienced fun creadve mom of 2  1/2 year old would enjoy looking  alter your child, Langdale. 886-  0318. 17c  .  Wanled ��� child care Tues.-Fri.,  10:30 to 5:30 In Langdale area.  " LANGDALE DAYCARE  Space available in licenced lamily  daycare. F/T or P/T. L, brigW facility will be well equipped, with  mature, well experienced stall.  6am to 6:30pm. 886-7640.   ��7w  Childcare avail, part-lull time.  Exper. w/re(s. Nand 8858805 Mc  Babysitter needed lor two girls,  ages 3 * 1 in our home. 2 hall  dayi per week. Red req. 886-  4821. Mc  tAHtier of one will sit for your child  (under 18 mos.), Mon.-Fri., days  only, begin Jan. 15. 885-0850  Rachel. tin  tor bathtubs, showers, counters I  appliances.  On The Spot Relinishers  8858057  ���7w  COMPUTER INSTRUCTION  At home or at work, one an one or  a group. Call Jeff 6868095. tfns  CHIPPING ANO MULCHING  SERVICE  Turn your brush piles, leaves and  garden waste lo chips snd mulch  lor compost. Quick service, reasonable rales. Nek at 886-2756.  We do bookkeeping al home. 885-  0100 Edwin, after 6pm.       Mc  Complete renovations, linishing,  decks, siding. Inlerior h Exterior,  Free Estimates, reliable and  prompt. David 886-4642.     Mw  QUALITY WOODWORK  Horn Remodelling, Finishing  We look at all jobs big or small.  For prompt, qualily work al an  affordable price, call Art dies-  brecht 865-3372 or 685-716��.tm  I'M YOUR HANOIMAN  Porches. Additions, Remodelling,  Solariums. No |Ob too small. Bill at  686-0380 or 24 hr. pager 1-977-  6502.886-0664.     ��n  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping - Limbing ��� Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaranteed  Work. Free estimales. 685-2109.  Ifn  Restaurant t, catering business,  Sechelt area, turnkey operation,  suitable lor couple. 8852833. Mc  Stop looking I Mart working. A  book on 50 unique ways to eam  steady SS in the 90s. Not a 'get  rich quit*.'No investment. $4 to:  Polar Ent. 774810 W. Broadway,  Vancouver, BCV5Z4C9.    Mw  Small affordable franchise. House  sitting snd pet care service, pre-  established clientele, flexible  hours. CU Sharon 685-2228 ss  Full or P/T couples t indiv. lor  business of your own, locsl  Amway dislrib. assisls you lor  splendid opportunity. 885-7144.  Mw  Announctmtnti  C.A.M.E.0. Singles Club Potluck  Dinner, 7pm Kirkland Centre, Feb.  12. Inlo 886-0954 or 685-5384.  Mw  For Sale  Mushroom manure - be early, belter quantities and qualily available.  Bark mulch and other items lor  spring. "Old Hoppy-. at 885-2592.  serving the Coait since 1981.MW  Autoe  '67 Hundai Excel. GL, 5 sp.,  AM/FM slereo cassette, silver, no  rust. Unbelievably economical S  last. Clean, looks Uke new. $3500  Obo. 885-7697. Mw  For Rent- SecheH ADWrtct  3 bdrm. split level, on 1 acre lot in  quiet neighbourhood, attach,  garage I deck, greenhouse. $795  plus ulils. Aval, immed. CaH 886-  9229. Mw  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR Shared accommodation: t bdrm.  RENOVATIONS In comfortable 3 bdrm. house,  Wallpaper, paint, carpentry, draft- Tillicum Bay area. $300/mo.  Ing. Iree estimates. Relerences Someone who can do ling would  available. 686-3463. tins be appreciated. 885-0654.   Mw  ephemera  Coast News, February 7,1994  21  remember when  5 YEARS AGO  The Marcon residence in Halfmoon Bay  was destroyed by a fire that started in a  chimney in sub-zero weather. Occupants  escaped safely but lost all their possessions  in the blaze.  The dock at Gramma's Pub was a casualty to the recent high winds in the area.   *  10 YEARS AGO  In a unique and unprecedented ceremony  at his home in Roberts Creek, author Hubert  Evans was awarded an honourary doctor of  laws degree by chancellor Paul Cote and  president Robert Saywell in the presence of  another noted author, Margaret Laurence.  It was the first time a Simon Fraser University honourary degree was awarded off  campus.  Six officials from the SCRD board were  off to Victoria to talk with municipal minister Bill Ritchie about park financing and  water systems.  15 YEARS AGO  Rick Scott and Joe Mock performed to a  capacity crowd in Roberts Creek hall last  weekend. The dance was held in support of  Ihe proposed Eileen Glassford Theatre project.  A semi-trailer went over the bank after it  collided with a pickup on an icy road last  week. The driver received only minor  injuries.  25 YEARS AGO  All types of building construction in the  regional district area for 1973 soared to a  record high of $6,887,200. This included  289 family homes.  Hon. Isabel Dawson offered praise to the  highway crews during her reply in the  speech from the throne debate.  She said, "This year more than ever, I  wonder how many of these crews have been  engaged in the seemingly endless battle of  clearing our roads, while you and I were  enjoying the warmth and comfort of our  homes."  35 YEARS AGO  Betly Phillips and Ernie Prentice were  featured vocalists in a series of concerts  sponsored by the Peninsula Overture Concert Association.  m  V   r*   ���  n  l  n I      % w M  91       R  E  W  I  \J  ft*  M  L      V  I   9   I   R  I  W   I  _wsmmm  ROYAL TERRACES BUILDING, 5177 WHARF RD  BOX 800, VON 3AO  MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7,1994  UPCOMING MEETINGS  Outdoor Recreation Advisory Committee  Tuesday, February 8th at 6:45 p.m.  Regular Board  Thursday, February 10th at 7:30 p.m.  Forest Advisory Committee  Tuesday, February 1 Sth at 7:00 p.m.  Economic Development Committee  Thursday, February 17th at 9:30 p.m.  Development Services Committee  Thursday, February 17th at 2:00 p.m.  Planning Committee  Thursday, February 17th to follow Development Services  Art* Liaison and Support Committee  Friday, February 18th at 2:00 p.m.  USED VEHICLE FOR SALE  ONE USED 1984 FORD F600 CAB AND CHASSIS TRUCK ���  AS IS  To view, please contact the S.C.R.D. Works Department at  885-2261.  Sealed bids will be accepted at ihe S.C.R.D. office located at  5477 Wharf Rd., Sechelt. until close of business Thursday,  February 24,1994.  S.K. Lehmann       '   '  Superintendent of Public Works  MULTICULTURALISM WEEK  FEBRUARY 13 -19,1994  The Board of the Sunshine Coast Regional District joins the  Provincial Government and community groups across the  Province in recognizing the multicultural nature of our society  and in their commitment to the ideal of a harmonious society  based on mutual respect and where diversity is respected and  valued.  EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY  The Sunshine Coast Regional District is establishing a new  maintenance facility in Sechelt, B.C. and invites applications for  the following permanent position:  COMMERCIAL TRANSPORT MECHANIC  The successful candidate will be responsible for general  maintenance and repair of GM Orion buses, various trucks,  automobiles, and automotive equipment. Work includes  maintenance, repair and overhaul of vehicles and their  components.  The successful candidate will have a trades qualification in  Commercial Vehicle Transport or related fields supplemented  by experience or courses in electronics. The successful  individual will have a valid B.C. driver's licence with air brake  endorsement.  This position requires working shifts, weekends and holidays.  The Regional District offers a full benefit package and a salary  commensurate with qualifications and experience. Please  submit detailed resume including Motor Vehicle Branch  driver's abstract and trades qualification certificate number by  February 18th, 1994 to:  Al Silver, Personnel Manager  5477 Wharf Road  P.O. Box 800  Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0 Fax: 885-7909  ATTENTION HEAVY EQUIPMENT OWNERS  1994 EQUIPMENT REGISTRATION  The Sunshine Coast Regional District Works Department is  establishing an Equipment Registration List for 1994. We  require ALL current operators to re-register. As well, those  wishing to work for the S.C.R.D. in the future are asked to  register at this time.  In order to be included on the 1994 list please ensure thai an  'Equipment for Hire" form is submitted to our office at 5477  Wharf Rd. Sechelt by March 11, 1994. Forms are available at  the SCRD front counter, by mail or lax.  S.K. Lehmann  Superintendent of Public Works  LAND DISPOSITION  In the Land Recording District of New Westminster and situated  near Katherine Lake on the Sunshine Coast  Take notice that the Sunshine Coast Regional District, Sechelt,  B.C., intends to apply for a Crown Grant for regional park, and  more specifically described as:  Commencing at the Northwest corner of the  Remainder of D.L. 3680, Plan 22383, Group 1, N.W.D.;  thence West along the southern boundary of D.L. 3678  to the eastern high water mark of an unnamed lake;  thence in a northerly, westerly and southerly direction  along the said high water mark to a point on the  southern boundary of D.L 3678; thence West to the  northeast corner of Lot A, D.L 3680, Plan 22383, Group  1, N.W.D.; thence 161�� 18' 30" for 97.255 meters;  thence 126�� 52' 10" for 23.185 meters; thence 98' 14'  50" for 51.475 meters being a point on the boundary the  said lot and the Remainder of D.L. 3680, Plan 22383,  Group 1, N.W.D.; thence 78' 58' 50" for 34.86 meters;  thence 359�� Iff 00" for 106.77 meters to the point of  commencement  The purpose for which the disposition is required is regional park  for marshland nature interpretation and trails.  m    i  .......  NORTH  L.J471  Area Under Application  KATHERINE MARSH PARK APPLICATION  Comments concerning this application may be made to the office  of the Senior Land Officer, Ministry of Environment, Lands and  Parks - Land Operations, #401, 4603 Kingsway, Burnaby, B.C.  V5H 4M4. Q uote Crown Lands File #2405416.  DOG TAGS  1994 DOG TAGS NOW AVAILABLE.  Buy your tag before the end of February for $5 and avoid the  penalty. 'Price doubles as of March 1.*  Dog tags available at the following locations:  ��� S.C.R.D., 5477 Wharf Rd., Sechelt  ��� Town of Gibsons, 474 S. Fletcher St, Gibsons  ��� The Dog Control Officer  (As per SCRD Bylaw No. 314,1987, all dogs in Areas B  (Halfmoon Bay), D (Roberts Creek), E (Elphinstone) and F  (West Howe Sound) require dog tags.)  HOURS ��� MONDAY TO WEDNESDAY 8:00AM TO 5:00PM, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY 8:00AM TO 6:00PM 22  Coast News, February 7, 1994  news  WHSEA to meet with Highways rep  The West Howe  Sound Electors' Association (WHSEA) want  some answers on the  progress of the Gibsons  bypass, particularly the  intersection at the Langdale Ferry terminal and on the terminal changes.  So Ministry of Highways and Transportation projects manager Leagh  Marlell will meet with the association  Feb. 9 at Langdale Elementary School.  "It's strictly to do with the ferry terminal expansion and intersection," said  WHSEA president Daphne Avis.  Project manager Leagh Martell to speak  at Langdale Elementary school  Association members are concerned  about mounting traffic problems in the  Langdale area, especially since the Hillside Marine barge facility opened and  want to see some progress "before  another tourist season begins."  "That (barge terminal) is bringing  reams of traffic through this area," Avis  said.  WHSEA director Sam  Macey said the meeting  will deal strictly with the  topics mentioned by Avis  and not about the issues  they're currtntly discussing wilh BC  Ferries Corporation.  "We don't care aboul Payne or Henry  Roads," Macey said.  What the association wants to see is  the completion of the section of the  bypass already partly completed.  "Let's get it done" so people can use  it, Macey said.  SPCA news  [~**"BBJR)a...                    i  ___W-    ~__i___\''^tL'  Rusty, a playful one-  year-old male  shepherd-cross, needs  a good home. Right  H%'s-4  now shepherd-cross  dogs hold a majority In  the SPCA's shelter on  ^K      -Wb_W_jj__   _____*  Henry Road and could  Wmt**' 4l flk<^l  outvote the minority  spaniel and samoyd  populations on vital  food and water issues.  MF*%. 'V  If you wish to pull a  ES^Bm  political puppy out of  hl^ p^j  ^B            **M  the fray, call 886-  B 'm&jtZ-'_%  mrtv   '%  CARE.  _w  l:'r_w-'- <!i]  'Road to  nowhere'  news  expected  imminently  by Darah Hansen  Sunshine Coast residents  anxious for an update on the  Gibsons bypass can expect  news within tlie week.  Jim Davidson, media relation officer for the Ministry of  Transportation and Highways,  said Wednesday the ministry  will release its recommendations this week to Gibsons town  council and the Sunshine Coast  Regional District (SCRD). The  recommendations will outline  the route the government feels  best suited for the bypass.  Davidson declined comment  on what those recommendations  might be. But, he added, "nothing is caste in stone." A final  decision by the ministry has yet  to be made.  Along with the recommendations, the ministry will also  release a summation of concerns and opinions expressed by  Coast residents regarding the  bypass. Davidson said the ministry received 116 public submissions before the Jan. 15  deadline.  Currently the bypass is considered the "road to nowhere."  Highways has spent an estimated $11 million on the project.  To date, construction on the  bypass remains unfinished.  The plan is to re-route feny  traffic from the Langdale terminal through to either Payne or  Henry Road in Gibsons and out  to Highway 101.  Payne and Henry Road residents have argued neither road,  in rural areas west of Gibsons,  is acceptable as a connector to  the highway.  Many have suggested Conrad Road as a suitable option  for the connector.  Conrad Road is also the preferred option of Ihe SCRD.  At last Thursday's board  meeting, SCRD directors  agreed to write a letter to the  highways ministry suggesting  the bypass run "at least as far as  Conrad (Road), if not further."  Meanwhile, Davidson said  il's unknown how much money  will be available lo complete  the Gibsons bypass project in  the coming fiscal year.  He said there is little indication the ministry will be  increasing funding levels lo  highways projects.  H.A.(BERT)  ROBERTSON  Passed away at his Sechelt  residence on January 22nd,  1994, after a short illness Bom  in Hampton, New Brunswick  in 1940, he spent ihe past 20  years in the Vancouver area  where he was involved in the  general insurance business. At  his request, no services will he  held.  'Here far n grind hme- not a long lime'  say"savings7  WHETHER IT'S FLOORS, WAILS, WINDOWS,  MARBLE OR CERAMICS, WE'VE OOT YOU COVERED*  FOR THE FRIENDLIEST PRICES ON THE  SUNSHINE COAST, COME INTO DANIEL'S TODAY!  CONTRACTOR  CUSHION FLOOR UNO  mmmm\  SQ.FT. .  NOW  99  PlACEWt^  ANDIDE ROLL ENDS  (UPTO15FEET)  $ ��� ��25 SQ.FT.  FULL ROLLS  $1*90 SQ.FT.  STARTING  AT ONLY'  ARTIFICIAL  GRASS TURF  SQ.FT.  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