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Array i  The Sunshine  1,  Published at Gibsons, B.C.  15�� per copy on newsstands  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945  Volume 31,Number 9  February 28,1978  Gibsons Marina development promising  Schematic drawing of the proposed marina in Gibsons Harbour.   It  will be noted that in the drawing the direction of the Squamish winds  Scale approx, 1: TO)  is slightly inaccurate.   Position of the marina at the end of the ramp  makes expensive dredging unnecessary.  Langdale Queen's future elsewhere  The Langdale Queen will not  live out the remainder of her  useful life in Gibsons.  This has been a dream of many,  ever since it was made public  that she had ended her days as  Ihe oldest, fastest, and best  loved ship lo carry people and  cars between Horseshoe Bay and  Langdale.  Many wishful ideas for her  rejuvenation have been the  topic of dicussion at Council  meetings. Chamber of Commerce  meetings, and almost every group  that sat together to look into the  possibilities for the future of  the Gibsons harbour area.  A recreation centre, a yacht  club,    a    floating    restaurant.  a convention centre, a training  centre for all types of skills  affiliated wilh the water. These  and many more possibilities have  been looked at as a way to keep  the old lady alive.  On Wednesday, February 22.  however, a deputation from the  Chamber of Commerce, Jon Mc-  The Langdale Queen(as was)sits abandoned in Coal Harbour in Vancouver. The future of  the old ship is uncertain but it would seem to lie elsewhere than on the Sunshine Coast.  Rae and Terry Amiel; representatives from Council. Ted Hume  and Larry Tralnor; Mike Poppel  from Langdale in an advisory  capacity; Ian Morrow, the drive  behind the idea lo bring her to  Gibsons, and Bob Gentiles,  her one time chief engineer,  went to have one final look at  her to see if she could be saved  from ending her days at the  breaker's yard.  The verdict was, that since  so much of her insides had been  removed by one of the previous  owners, it would be an unfeasible  proposition. Her engine room  had been gutted, the copper  piping, heating systems, and  most items of any value were  gone. In the words of one of thc  company, "It's like seeing an  old lover being raped".  Ever since she was taken off  her run stories of her progress  have been filtering back lo the  area. She's doing great; she's  bankrupt; somebody else has  bought her and is fixing her up;  she's finished; somebody stole  hcrpropellors.  All or none of these stories  could have been true, but at  this moment she is sitting in  Coal Harbour and her only  companions arc the watchman  and his guard dog.  Labonte recognized at council meeting  At the regular meeting of the Gibsons Council held on Tues- said tha, thc concerned Citizens  day. February 21st. Mayor Lome Blain made a ceremonial Committee had agreed again  presentation of a gavel to former mayor Larry Labonte. The this year to organize the Sea  gavel was presented to Labonte in recognition of outstanding Cavalcade. It had been agreed  service to the village of Gibsons as mayor from 1974-77. that federal M.P.Jack Pearsall  In presenting the gavel, Mayor Blain said, "I hope I can do  as well as Larry Labonte did during my term in office."  In accepting the gavel, ex-mayor Labonte commented: "I  hope you do better than I did, Mr. Mayor, because I'm still a  taxpayer in this village."  In other council business it  was recommended that Gibsons Library Committee should  correspond directly with the Regional Board concerning what  was considered an inequitable  allocation of library funds on  the Sunshine Coast. More happily,   it   was   reported   at   the  council meeting that grants  will be available to the Gibsons  Museum Society through Youth  Employment funds available to  the village council.  Under committee reports  Alderman Larry Trainor reported  on the Tourism arrangements  being made by the village.   He  provincial M.L.A. Don Lockstead,  Regional Board Chairman Harry Almond, and Sechelt Mayor  Harold Nelson would be invited  to participate in the festivities.  Trainor also reported that the  steps to the Government Wharf  had been repaired and commended the people at Smitty's Marina  for a splendid job. Trainor  also reported to council on the  developments in the Harbour  Development and projected  marina for Gibsons Harbour. The  report   on   this   undertaking   is  presented elsewhere.  There was some discussion of  the proposal which has been  mooted in the village over thc  past week or so that the Gospel  Rock area should be acquired  as a park before it be swallowed  up by subdivision. Alderman  Ted Hume seemed opposed to  the acquisition of the area for  a park on the strength of thc  fact that such acquisition would  prove too costly. Works Superintendent Fred Holland, a lifetime resident of the village,  requested permission to speak  on the issue and said that as a  long-time resident of this area  he thought it would be a great  shame if it were lost to thc vil-  Musical  play coming  The sailors are swabbing the  decks to thc hornpipe. King  Rat and his pack are swinging  their tails to a disco beat, and  meanwhile back at thc palace  the belly dancers arc swaying lo  cheer up thc Sultan. And in thc  midst of all Ihis. Dick Whining-  ton and his faithful Puss, the  biggest cat in all the land (and  some would say the coolest!)  are out to seek fame, fortune,  and of course, the love of a beautiful girl. And where is all Ihis  intrigue and romance taking  place? Why. right here on the  Sunshine Coast!  What began as a Monday night  Drama and Pantomime class  that the Fitness Service was  offering in Pender Harbour has  now become a fullscalc production of thc musical play. Dick  Wellington and his Cat. Under  the able direction of Ronnie  Dunn and Robi Peters, actors and  actresses of all ages, singers  (the whole Pender Harbour  Community Choir!) and dancers  combine to recount thc won-  erous adventures of thc country  boy who goes lo the city in  search of "streets paved wilh  gold". But this is not your  average telling of thc tale, for  local eyes have seen humour  in situations, and thus you'll  find many comic alterations such  that the action more aptly fits  a West Coast frame of mind.  Sure to tickle your fancy no  matter what your age, this is  ideal family entertainment, and  as a pre-Easter treat for grandparents and children, there arc  special rates for seniors and  students. To make it easy for  people all over thc peninsula  to attend the play, three performances will be given; Saturday, March 11 at 8:00 p.m.  in the Pender Harbour Communitv Hall; Sunday, March   12 at  .Please turn to Page Four  lage. It was also pointed out  at the meeting that much of the  area in question - to thc dip  beyond Gospel Rock ��� is already within the village boundaries.  .Spokesman Ian Morrow for the Standing Committee "for the  Development of Gibsons Harbour and Marina announced thai  initial response from the involved government agencies had  been very favourable In the latest package plan for the development of the harbour al Gibsons and the continuous rejuvenation  of the Lower Village. The announcement was made at a meeting held on Thursday. February 2.1.  Morrow said that the Standing Committee, comprised "I  two political members, Committee Chairman Alderman Larry  Trainor and Alderman Lorraine Goddard, and two non-political  members in the persons of Morrow and Terry Amiel, had recently been in close contact with the Department of Public  Works, thc Department of Transport, and the Department of  Fishing and the Environment and that Ihe results had been  most encouraging.  Morrow reported that under  the auspices of the Department  of Fishing and the Environment  a study of climate would be  undertaken to determine the  worst conditions that the Squamish winds caused in Gibsons  Harbour. Based on these studies  it could be determined what the  placing and type of the required  breakwater would be. Morrow  also said that thc officials in the  Department of Transport could  sec no problems at the moment  under the Navigable Harbours  Act.  It was also reported at the  press conference that Economist  Philip A.Ebey had been appointed on a full-time basis by  thc Department of Fishing  and the Environment to serve  as an advisor on the project.  The re-constituted marina  proposal calls lor a 350 boat  marina in the harbour area.  Some of the results of Ihe preliminary studies should be available by thc firsl of April. The  cost figure for the project could  not be determined until the  initial economic studies were  completed. Initial plans for the  project had been prepared by  Ian Morrow and Kevin Ryan.  ettve feature  n is thai be  would be ex  bay ii would  I ain  with u  The Standing Committee,  in addition to the consultation  carried on with the government  agencies, have also been dis  cussing thc project with Ihe  Gibsons and District Chamber  of Commerce and representatives of the Fishermen's Union  locally. It was re-emphasized  al thc Thursday press conference  that commercial fishermen annually brought between $500,000  and $750,000 into the Gibsons  area and more fishermen might  work out of this area il there  were more facilities for docking  their boats and repairing their  nets. The present Government  Wharf is tremendously overcrowded and should Ihe projected marina become a reality  it would be turned over  commercial boats entirely.  in tin  Il is thc overcrowded conditions and inadequate facilities  which have aroused the Interest  of the Department ol Fishing and  the Environment. If economic  studies prove thai thc marina  would prove of definite economic  value to the fishing fleet the  department could be expected  to pn�� li at least 50% ol Ihe  costs involved.  One ol the .mi  ol the present pi  cause the marina  tended out into th  obviate the necessity  dredging ill the II,i\  at  consequent   major  reduclio   the cosl of the marina.  Commodore Morrow emphasized thai what u;is envisaged  \iiis purely the provision ,>i  moorage and thc new facility  would nut compete ill any way  with the present marinas. The  showers and washroom facilities  mi the marina would be hooked  up iu the village's presi nt  sewage system. Eventually pump  out facilities would be availal '<������  for the holding tanks of small  craft.  Committee member Alderman  Goddard emphasized thai the  marina is seen as self-sufficient  and self-liquidating enterprise.  "If economic studies don't show  thai it will be self-liquidating  it will not be proceeded wiih.'  she said. It was also stressed  that before any approval for the  project is given h\ file l lllogc  council a referendum woald hi  held.  Ihe moorage rates .IP nnti  cipatcd as being in the neighbourhood ol SI 50 per !ool  with berths to 45 feel and it is  further anticipated lhal Ihe revenue gained will pas back the  loan as well as the maintenance  costs.  Among those contacted has  been federal M.P.Jack Pearsall  who has expressed greal interest  and promised all possible sup  port  It   the   studies   being   under  taken prove  feasible eeonomit  ally   and  environmental!)   work  on the marina cbuld I" gin lh s  year.  Things go swimmingly for schools  The regular meeting of the  Board of Trustees for School  Dislriet No.4b was held on  Thursday February 2.1 in the  Board Oil :e al Gibsons. Attending weie trustees J.Roitlulf.  D.Douglas. C.Spickcrmann,  P.Prescesky, I'.Fri/.zcll, M.Clay-  Ion. Superintendent J.Dcnlcy.  Secretary-Ireasurer. Roy Mills.  A repori was given by CM.  Projects spokesman, T.K.Clayton. Clayton staled that all funds  for the Pender Harbour Secondary School have been approved  by the Department of Education  and Ihat subcontractors will  begin work by the firsl week in  March. Hc also staled lhal the  school would be within budget  with a completion date for September I47K.  A motion by P.Prescesky  was passed Ihat a letter he  written to Mr. Harrison regarding  lhc waler supply for Pender  Harbour Secondary School.  A report from the Management  Committee included the basic  proposals for school use of the  Gibsons' Pool. Ihe school  program will begin on March  (> and will terminate June 2.1,  ll>78.  Schools from Sechell lo Langdale will have regular use of the  pool Monday lo Friday, from 1:00  p.m. lo 3i,10 p.m. with a tolal of  14b budgeted hours for the remainder of Ihis school year. This  will leave 154 hours of lhc budgeted allowance lor the tall  school term. Special arrangements are being made to accomodate Pender Harbour. Sunshine  School and Bowcn Island pupils.  All Grade 5 students will be  given ten forty-minute Red Cross  lessons. Each group of len  elementary students will be assigned a qualified swim instructor.  Secondary students will  receive eight instructional sessions.  Superintendent J.Dcnlcy emphasized that these arc in-  schiKil instructional swim sessions and Ihat after und before  school programs will also evolve.  Board members also dealt  with  busing  problems,   teacher  recruiting program  mileage allowances  J.Dcnlcy. .1.Nichols,  son and D.McKcc.  Trustee.  complimented  teachers on llieil  partitions for ib  In-Service   Dav.  I"  C.S|  lhc  r   Me  I   Nil  kertn.  Se,  xccllenl  February  Because  spi  mil  B i  school      distriel  his firsl hand kn  ��i II I'm the local I  i this .ni'  i conic  nowlcdgi  ,lk is.  I rush  tiuplini  ol       III,   Ito  ��� Spiekermaini  -III,,I    linn,, II  ,peai  ,oii Id hi  for In-  hall     i  Trower goes national  Long-time Sunshine Coast  resident ami Coast News column*  ist Peter Trower noes on national  T.V. this week. Tuesday night,  February 2Kth. Trower will be  featured on the Peter G/owski  show along with local musicians  Ken Dalglcish and Michael  Dunn, who have been supporting  his poetry readings at various  places on the coast during the  last two years.  Photo by June Boc .  The national exposure coined  at an opportune time Tor Irowerl  since His most recent hook.  Hugged Horizons, has just been  released In Me! elland Si Stew J  art of Toronto, Ihe book is cxJ  peeted lo be in plentiful supply  in local bookstores this week.  The show. Ninet*. Minulcv  Live, begins on the C.H Cj  television network at 11:30p.m.   i  [Delivered to EVERY address on the Sunshine Coast every Tuesday Coast News, February 28,1978.  A LOCALLY OWNED NEWSPAPER  Published at Gibsons, B.C. every Tuesday by Glassford Press Ltd.  Box 460, Gibsons, VON 1VO  Editor-John Burnside  Advertising - Penny Christian  Phone 886-2622 or 886-7817  Advertising / Reporter - Bruce M. Wilson  Advertising /Photographer - Ian Corrance  Receptionist/Bookkeeper-M. M. Laplante  Typesetting - Cynthia Christensen  SUBSCRIPTION RATES:  Distributed Free to all addresses on the Sunshine Coast.  British Columbia: $12.00 per year; $8.00 for six months.  Canada except B.C. $15.00 per year.  United States and coreign $20.00 per year.  ��  CNA  The Federal outlook  There is no wish to be alarmist but it  would seem lhal federal politics in Canada have come to a serious pass. The  recent Liberal convention gives clear  indication that an election is not too  far distant on the federal scene and no  matter how you look at it it is a dismal  prospect. The Prime Minister seems to  just about put the finishing touches to  his portrayal of Louis XIV. Lc Grand  Monarque of France contemplating the  future is said to have said. "Apres moi  la deluge". Trudeau's stance is more of  a "Sans moi, la deluge". He apparently  has convinced himself that Canada is  impossible without him and the likelihood  is that hc will bend all his energies in  the forthcoming months to persuading  thc rest of us that hc is right.  It could be argued that in Canada  we don't vote for prime ministers as  they do presidents in the U.S.A., but it  would seem in fact that one of the legacies of the Trudeau years is precisely  that we arc increasingly inclined in this  country to support the leader rather than  the party. Ever since he switched his  political allegiance to join the Liberals  and then adopted the mantle of Lester  Pearson he has single-handedly kept the  Liberal party in power. Remember that  this monolithic party only twenty years  ago was down to just over forty seats  in the Canadian Parliament and even  then discredited after years of power,  corruption and developing arrogance.  Trudeau and the media-fed Trudcau-  mania saved it from extinction and ever  since the search has been among the  other parties for a leader with the charisma of Pierre Eliot Trudeau. The Conservatives tried to buck the trend with Robert  Stanfield. an honest Conservative  politician and a sound and proven administrator. It's the feeling here that they  gave up on him too soon and Ihat if he  were still Leader of the Opposition  Trudeau's defeat in the forthcoming  election would be assured.  Whether even Trudeau's defeat would  be enough for Canada is highly problematic. In effect both major parties have the  same philosophy and it is a philosophy  that has catered to the huge multi-nation-  al corporations that arc beginning to  show their true colours as corporate  citizens of Canada. For years now  Cassandra-like there have been people  trying to tell the Canadian people that  thc degree to which their resources and  industry were falling into foreign hands  was a danger to thc nation's future.  They were not heeded. Canada, with  vast resources and a small population,  was able to enjoy a high standard of  living while conducting a giveaway of  her resources and the control of her  resources at a monumental rate. There  were enough crumbs off the banquet  table to persuade the few millions of  Canadians scattered and divided by their  own geography that they were doing  fine. Now the chickens are coming home  to roost and the illusion grows very thin.  To counteract the situation we have a  Prime Minister grown ever more vain  and shallow who, having been elected to  keep Quebec within Confederation,  seems about to fight for power next  time out with basically the same appeal  that hc addressed to the Canadian  people ten years ago. Ten years later  the problem he was elected to solve is  still, he says the paramount problem  facing thc nation and only he can solve  it. We've heard it before, Pierre.  Also ten years later the Canadian economy seems to be in its worst shape  since the Second World War. The Liberals change Finance Ministers the  way the rest of us change socks and it  is apparent that they have no idea what  to do about it so they'll holler loudly  about Rene Levesque in thc hope that it  will keep the rest of us from thinking  about the state of the economy and the  fact that virtually on the heels of an  economic meeting at which great lip  service was paid to economic restraint  they announce yet again the largest  federal budget ever.  When one contemplates the federal  scene in Canada it is unavoidable thai  one should experience a major dose  of the blahs, and yet it is this very scene  that we would ask the people of Quebec  to continue to share with us. It is still  very possible to believe that they will  but unless some sort of spark of awakening and sensible creativity is discernible  somewhere amidst that morass of turgid  and hypocritical mediocrity over which  Canada's very own Grand Monarch  presides with an absolute control only  exceeded by his arrogance it's really  difficult lo be cheerful about Canada's  immediate future whether Quebec stays  in or goes out.  The Marina proposal  Particular attention is drawn to thc advertisement that appears in this paper  on behalf of the village of Gibsons this  week. It purports to determine the  amount of local demand that exists for  moorage in the projected new marina  facility in Gibsons Harbour. We dealt  last week editorially with the reasons  why this particular marina proposal  seems from this corner to deserve serious  consideration. Without repealing ourselves unnecessarily, il would appear  lo  be  worth  saying  that   the  plan  is  modest enough in scope to be worth  supporting and holds the promise of  offering definite economic advantages  to the entire village and to the harbour  area in particular.  Bearing in mind the crowded conditions which afflict the present wharf, the  diffictiltiesd facing the commercial  fisherman, and Ihe lack of parking which  is paralysing the harbour area at the  present time, this latest marina proposal may well be worthy of support.  from the files of Coast Nam  5 YEARS AGO  Mayor Ben Lang warned Sechelt  council that the village was experiencing growing pains and more  meetings would be needed to cope  with the situation.  I0YF.ARSAGO  School trustee Celia Fisher was  interviewed on T.V.Ihis week.  It was announced this week that  M.P.Jack Davis is lo speak at Elphinstone Secondary School about how-  to make our community a better place  to live.  15 YEARS AGO  Elphinstone Secondary School  won accreditation from the Department of Education.  It was announced this week Ihat  thc new hospital in Sechell will  probably gel Ihe go-ahead from Victoria. Construction start is expected  soon.  20 YEARS AGO  Federal politicians visited the  Sunshine Coasl Ihis week. Sitting  member    Liberal    James    Sinclair  and the Hon. Howard Green. Minister of Public Works in the Diefcn-  baker Government both visited thc  Sunshine Coast.  25 YEARS AGO  Members of the Howe Sound  Farmer's Institute petitioned the  Village Commissioners of Gibsons  to study thc parking problems in  the village. It was said that so many  vehicles are left parked in the street  thai shoppers have difficulty finding  parking.  Benny "Bobo" Paul of Sechelt  won bis 1.1th professional fight this  week in Los Angeles when he knocked  out Pedro Gonzales in the sixth  round.  .10 YEARS AGO  No immediate hope was given  this week by the Department of  Public Works for construction of a  mile and a half road to link thc  lower road from Halfmoon Bay with  thc road at North-West Bay Hill.  The minister encouraged the members of the Board of Trade lo encour-  age their efforts.  .'.   ��������� j^Tri        <-���*   t*  -      .'" > ��".   ' -   rv  tr.    ��sF2I -*" me ��.*��r jr    , -   *  Cape Cockburn, Nelson Island. Sun Ray, last home built by Harry  Roberts, is seen backdropped by a few of the trees that clothed  most of his 140 acres of land, which stretched from an open beach  frontage to the quiet shores of Cockburn Bay. Building contains  20 walls, 5 levels, 1,000 pieces of cedar log, and 350 hand-cut glass  panes to let in sunshine through simulated spider-web windows.  On the shore just above high tide Harry built his last vessel in the  style of a Chinese junk.   He never launched this last dream-boat.  A mile inland from the house, Yolanda Lake and Zoe Lake retain thc  names of two youngest daughters, and Chackchack Lake commemorates the series of boats by that name built and sailed by Harry  Roberts. While it is true that Remembering Roberts Creek, a book  produced by cooperative volunteer effort, is currently on sale, the  fates forfend that this caption should be taken as a promotion of  this nostalgic history of a fascinating community. L.R.Peterson  '.i y*dL  ���aw*-'  Musings  John Burnside  Slings & Arrows  George Matthews  Funerals have never been  amongst my favourite exercises. In Scotland they tend to  be somewhat grim affairs where  the women stay home and only  the black-suited men attend the  graveside ceremony. In Canada  in my experience they arc no  great joy either. I once spent  three days as chief male mourner  at an uncle's funeral in Montreal where I sal with the widow  and greeted mourners beside  the open casket.  Twice I have been to ceremonies lhal followed 'the Irish  custom of holding a wake at which  as far as I understand it. the aim  is to have a party in the name of  Ihe deceased which he would  have been happy to attend. It  is one of the aspects of the  Irish lhal reminds us that once  their island was the lasl bastion  of eivili/ation in Western Europe.  They had a wake for John  Daly in Pender Harbour on  Saturday. Il was a moving and  memorable occasion.  Al the start there was some  concern on the part of the organizers because no one really  had much of an idea what a  wake in fact was, but as it  turned out no one need have  worried. The ladies of Pender  Harbour produced a magnificent  abundance of eating-stuffs and  the eulogies presented were  moving and sin,ere tributes to  Ihe man in whose name we were  meeting,  The range of speakers who had  found their way to Ihe Madeira  Park Community Hall on Saturday afternoon, moved by their  desire to honour John Daly with  their presence and a few words,  was remarkable indeed. They  ranged from ex-Liberal Cabinet  Minister and newspaper colum-  nisi Paul St.Pierre, through Jack  Nichol, President of the United  Fishermen and Allied Workers  Union, through a bcttirbanned  and elderly spokesman of an  East Indian Association who  delivered his oration in Urdu  translated into English by a  younger man. There were  Pender Harbour fishermen who  spoke with moving simplicity of  their respect and affection for  their neighbour; there was a  well-known west coast broadcaster and writer Ben Metcalfe,  who spoke of how John Daly  taught him how lo troll for salmon. Indian spokesman and  activist Angic Dennis was there  and she spoke of Ihe affection  that she and her children felt  for John Daly. She told how after  a visit al her home John Daly  hod noticed that her seven  year old son loved bacon and  two days after the visit thc  little boy received thc first piece  of mail ever addressed to him  personally. It was from John  Daly and it was a tin of bacon.  And so it went. Well-known  Canadian poet Pal Lane from  Middle Point was there and he  read lhc assembly with obvious  ,Relight sonic of the philosophic  jottings and maxims that John  Daly scribbled everywhere on  the walls of his house and boal.  A verse tribute by Lane appears  on this page. Howie While of  Pender Harbour spoke with obvious emotion. He said he had  come prepared to say something  cheerful but the realization had  grown on hint that after a life  time spent in Pender Harbour  hc was attending his first public  meeting in the Madeira Park  Community Hall al which the long  figure of John Daly would not  be unfolding itself lo contribute  to the proceedings.  The speakers spoke of (he  causes lhal John Daly had fought  for. In recent months he has been  active in opposition to the B.C.  Hydro line from Cheekeye to  Dunsmuir; he wrote a piece for  this newspaper just lasl month  reporting al first hand lhc meeting held in Clearwater, B.C.. to  protest Ihe proposed nuclear  reactor in that area: he was a  key figure in the recent victorious battle against the proposed  Macdonald Dam which he argued would seriously affect the  Fraser River fish stocks.  Whether Ihe speakers spoke  of Ihe greal causes lhal John  Daly espoused and fought lor  in defense of Ihis coasl where  he was bom and lived, or whether  Ihcy spoke of Ihe simple human  gestures of kindliness and  Ihoughlfulncss, they were united  in their tributes to ihe selflessness of the man. He had been  a tireless worker for social  causes and an equally' tireless  and thoughtful neighbour.  Nol all of those who spoke  agreed with John Daly's philosophies and opinions. A near  neighbour stood and spoke with  Pender Harbour directness of  the fact that hc had disagreed  with John Daly consistently for  years about religion and politics but in his presence and his  standing to speak he also spoke.  More than one strong man acknowledged tears al the receipt  of the news.  Gilbert Joe of thc Sechelt  Indian band and longtime friend  of John Daly acted as Master of  Ceremonies.  Long night-time miles and  Sunday morning deadlines  made it impossible for me to  stay late to enjoy Ihe festivities  thai followed ihe supper bul I  feel, that I now know what an  Irish wake must be and why il  should be intcr-nalionalized.  As someone who was there said  to mc on Sunday morning il  was nol John Daly's death lhal  was being acknowledged as much  as it was his life, lhc spirit of  John Daly in life was a spirit  which sought to bring social justice ant', human decency into the  affairs , men. Last Sunday in  Madeira I'ark in the hall where  hc hail so often risen lo speak  his pi.ee over thc years lhal  spiril was never more manifest. In death. John Daly had  shown thai what he had always  striven for in life was possible  of achievement.  He demonstrated finally whai  he had always known to be  true. When men so act in thc  quiet of neighbourliness or in  the public heal of social dispute  that no one can doubt Ihat  their aims are unselfish and their  goals arc for thc common good  then Ihe chasms of race and  philosophic stance which so often  seem to divide mankind can become irrelevant and thc common  humanity which unites us becomes manifest to all.  John Daly knew that all of  mankind despite its creeds,  philosophies and skin colours  has so much more in common  than those things that divide  it. He knew that such divisions  could he overcome hy men of  unceasing vigilance and good  will and lasl Saturday in Madeira  Park he proved it.  Trade unionism in Canada has  fallen on hard limes of late.  Strikes, walkouts and what  many people believe lo be  excessive wage demands have  given unions a bad name. In a  recent national poll, thc majority  of those pulled believed that the  power arid influence of unions  is to: srciil. Much of this antiunion icntimenl has been pro-  moled by public relations campaigns directed by organizations  opposed to union activity both in  Ihe United Stales and Canada  but much of the responsibility  for this sentiment must be accepted by unions themselves.  During the past thirty years  trade unionists have become  complacent in the belief thai  firsl of all people will always  remember the struggles and sacrifices of lhc early trade unionists and will therefore continue  to fight the good fight and.  second, thai since the members of  unions were ihe people themselves, Ihcy would not attack  their own organizations, That  after thirty years, union leaders  slill don't seem lo have learned  ihe fallacies of these assumptions tells us something aboul  the greatest weakness of organized trade unionism, lhc Inability to change and lhc way  in which labour leaders, once  they gain power are corrupted by  the symbols of lhal power.  Recently however, lhc formerly  insignificant and relatively undervalued workers in one prominent  Canadian industry, lhc hank  workers, have done more to rekindle the spiril of trade unionism  in Canada than all of the old  established unions have been  able lo do in the past thirty years.  In bank workers we have all of  Ihe exploitation and unfairness  that gave unionism ils early  life and lire. Wc have a public  for John Daly  The house is locked, the roof is done,  I slop my pounding, gather up my tools  and stare. In ihe wel Haze  a greal blue heron slides west  a single line of smoke in ihe evening/  air.  Pat Lane  thai recognizes the injustices  and supports these workers in  their struggles lor improved  conditions.  There arc over 100.000 workers  in the hanking industry in Canada, the majority of them women.  It is the leadership of these  women in banking that has established thy beginnings of trade  unionism in 'that industry. Thc  conditions for the further rapitl  development of unionism in  banking are ideal. First we have  a large segment of the workers  who arc underpaid and discriminated against, and secondly we  have ,i situation in which large  numbers of women are dominated  by relatively small numbers of  men.  Of the sub-Management employees in banking. H.V'i, ore  women while only .V'i> of management level employees are women.  Starting salaries for women in  banking are less than 18.00(1  per year, of those in banking  making under $20,000 per year,  u0����� are women while of those  making over $20,000, 1s>";, are  men.  As far as promotion opportunities are concerned women arc  generally restricted to low level  promotions. These women often  find themselves in the ironic  position of training the' men  who will ultimately become  their supervisors. How many  men have yon seen working as  posters or tellers recently?  In fairness, there are a number  uf factors which mitigate against  women in hanking. Firsl of all.  historically women have worked  in hanks for short, pie-marriage  careers and so. at least in the  past, were nol necessarily  ambitious for promotion. In  Ihese limes, when women ore  often expected and even want lo  combine marriage and a career.  this factor is disappearing.  Women have generally been  more reluctant to accept postings  in olhcr communities, which is  a part of advancement in banking  careers. Many women in Ihe  past have worked in banks to  supplement thc family income  and have been unwilling to accept more responsibility. Times  arc changing however and the  emergence of a union movement  in banking reflects those changes.  That women make good bankers  is more than evident in the fact  that mosi hankers are women.  Il was lo fighl jusl these kind  of injustices and to improve  thc lot of working people Ihat  trade unionism developed in  Canada. While the beginnings  of Canadian unionism have been  obscured by lime and circumstance, the emergence of these  women bankers should remind  us all Ihat ihe wealth and prosperity of working people in  Canada grew out of just such a  struggle. Coast News, February 28,1978.  3.  fVtt; Tb  TH\K>K\ f^V.L-\Vi\5   SO SOKE   ^/\KVfN   Cj\K>   Uf\\)��   f\  Tribute  I ViAU - INHIBIT r AID ANNUAUV  GUARANTEED  INVESTMENT CERTIFICATES  ���no  "Atglllttad tuilrtnwil Savings Plin"  '"Inconw Avtmlm ctrtlllam"  N J. fiOtOON MHWIES LTD.  MJ-J01J  About Hydro Rates  Dear Sir:  Just a little tribute to my good  friend John Daly. I don't feel that  hc was the sort of guy who would  want a whole lot of fuss made of  anything he did, so we'll make  this brief.  John was never afraid of saying  or writing what hc believed to  be thc truth and it was no coincidence that he invariably spoke  on behalf of the underdog.  Bureaucracy and all it stands for  were, to John, what a red cloth  is to a bull and it didn't matter  how big the opponent was, he  was in there like a gladiator.  The other side of John was a  kind, considerate person, willing  to help anyone and in fact going  out of his way to do so on many  occasions. He was a hard and  conscientious worker at whatever  he undertook to do and I think,  perhaps, that was his undoing.  He'd think nothing about driving  to Langdale from his home in  Garden Bay, catching the first  ferry, spending an exhausting  day stating his cose or supporting someone else's in some  smoke-filled hull in Vancouver  and then coming back, maybe  on thc lost ferry, and driving  all thc way back to Garden Bay.  But that's thc sort of guy he was.  It was great to be the friend  of a man like this and he will  be missed by all who knew and  respected him.  John Hind-Smith  Tot Lot  Dear Sir:  Due lo low enrolment, the Seehelt Tot Lol executive has decided to drop their under-threc  section at the end of this year's  session. The mothers of thc children affected feel that this is  a pity and a loss to their children  and lo the community. We feel  Ihat children under three benefit  from play sessions with their  peers in a "neutral zone" environment ��� wilh lots of room to  expend their energy, with toys  that have no 'mine' attachments, and with a few projects  that lake into account the widely  varied abilities of children in  this age group. We also believe  that mothers benefit from this  type of experience us they con  meet other women with interests  and problems similar to their  own. We envision a low cosl  group that is relatively unstructured hut flexible enough lo allow  for activities planned by thc  mothers who are involved.  If you are a mom with u child  who will be IS lo ,10 months old  in Ihe fall und you would like  to be involved in a program  like this, please contact me at  HHS-JsMU. If we do not hear  from enough of you, il will mean  thc end of on under-threc program in Sechelt. So call now  so (hot we can plan for the  fall. It is up to you!  Sue Brennan.  Halfmoon Bay. B.C.  To the Editor:  May we ask your help to reach  the people in your area who  heat their houses electrically?  We wonder, do they know  what is hitting them? B.C.  Hydro's new rates will force  them to pay now for this year's  costs and profits, for future  construction and profits, and a bit  extra to cover profits it thinks  it should have mode in the post.  To verify this they need only  read Hydro's own advertisements.  When Mr. Bonner took over  B.C.Hydro hc complained of  having surplus power. He  told us to live better electrically .Hi prevent the waste of this  power. Now he wants us to  conserve. Of course we have  been doing our best to conserve,  spurred by inflation: with the  proposed rates, some of us will  spend a quarter of our income  for the power we must buy.  We are trapped - had wc heated  with oil or gas we could have  altered our systems to run on  coal or wood, but in on all-electric house this can't be done.  So Hydro has no competition.  It claims lo match its demands  to the general rate of inflation.  But for most of us who use  electric heat, the new rates will  be 20% to 24% higher in 1978  than last year. For a local householder. 1977 costs were 32%  higher than 197b: 1976 costs  were 9% higher than 1975;  1975 costs were 20"',, higher than  1974; from 1974 lo 1977. thc increase was 73%; despite urgent  efforts to conserve energy.  Recently Premier Bennett,  along wilh eight oilier Provincial premiers, pledged his  best efforts lo hold inflation  to b'",i per year. The Hon.  Jack Davis. Minister for Energy,  'transport, and Communications,  is a Director of B.C.Hydro. We,  lhc Committee for Responsible  Hydro Rates (CRHR), plan to ask  Mr. Davis to act in Cabinet  to give effect lo Mr. Bennett's  promise. We believe Ihe Government can and should restrain  its Crown Corporation; if necessary hy replacing Mr. Bonner.  We are not alone: 90% of  recent housing, we ore told,  is electrically heated. We would  like people who shore our problems to send us a postcard  or a note authorising us to represent them, by any proper  means, in bringing to the Government our expectation that they  will give us reasonable protection against B.C.Hydro's demands. Add your name and  address, and mail to:  Box 189, Victoria Press, Victoria.  B.C.  You will not be asked for any  further action or contribution,  but please write immediately.  Ihe new rates take effect in  two weeks - we must do whatever we can right now.  Margaret Whitney.  For the Committee for Responsible Hvdro Rates  Duty, Duty  Dear Sir:  "But duty, duty must be done;  Thc rule applies to everyone,  And painful though that duty be,  To shirk the Task were fiddle-/  de-deel"  from Ruddigore by Gilberts  Sullivan  My purpose in referring to  the evergreen wit of W.S.Gilbert,  is to point out that, in spite of  admonitions by "Big Brother" -  "save energy", "tighten your  belt", etc., we still are confronted  with distressing intemperance on  the part of our Government.  The mild Victoria "fiddle-de-  dee" is not to be confused with  ���Please ham to Page Eight  CHIROPRACTOR  Walter Sturdy D.C.  School Road and Gower Pt. Road  Gibsons   886-2122  j;**********************************  I Special Notice  i to Readers  J     The Sunshine Coast News is distributed  j to every home on the Sunshine Coast  * every week. We are endeavouring to  �� produce a community newspaper which  J will be worthy of this lovely and interests ting area. 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WERE RIGHT FOR YOU  Gibsons sumlZtl  Gov't Inspected Grade A  chuck  blade  steak  Gov't Inspected - Fresh  pork  picnic  paper  towels  Lady Scott  facial  tissue  .  cross  % rib  roast  beef  sausage  930  soup   4/88*  ax won House  59  instant   $c cq  coffee      DmD*  Pamper  food  4/99  Frozo-Fro?en-Choice  green  peas 2"1  Kraft Miracle Whip  salad     $-1 on  dressing     '  Uv< n-Fresh bcono Pack  bread  Oven Fresh  *1.59  ice  cream  Nabob- Deluxe  m.   tea  bags  Bet I \, Ci ocker    !  cake  mix  Mrs Willman's  swiss  rolls  Oven Fresh  '1.45  *3.69  rhubarb birds  pies     $1.39   nest  cookies  1 7 1  B.C 82 Gem  !  Hawaii.)"  j potatoes Q Q$j pineapple 7Q*!  ^^                                                            Si/g12s                                    ea|  I 1 I  Prices E  Sat.   Mai. 2nd. 3rd. & 4th  MHH Coast News, February 28,1978.  UP THE YEARS WITH  FRANKIE LAINE  Frankie I nine was my very first  pop-music hero. Prior to his  emergence in the late-Forties,  l had always paid more attention  to Ihe songs than the people who  sang them. It was difficult to  tell the various crooners apart  unless you had a scorecard  anyhow. Dick Haymcs, Vic  Damonc, Bub Ebcrlc.they were  virtually interchangeable.  I,tine's approach to stvliny a  song was dynamic and different.  It blasted through the blandness  and was immediately Identifiable. Like Al Jolson before him.  he was palpabl) black-influenced  but while the Main my-suiter  came oul "I the vaudeville*  minstrel-slum tradition, Lainc  oweti much more to jazz, Louis  Armstrong was an admitted  influence and so was Rillie  Holiday.  1 first heard l.aine in tiibsnns  mi the summer of 1447. The son^  was Thai's My Desire, his  initial big hit and it insisted  ihrough thc background of that  bewildering season, 1 didn't  become a fanatic, however, until  ihe following winter, after we  had moved to Vancouver and i  was attending John Oliver High  School. There was a cafe on  Fraser Street thai served as a  hang-out and its juke-box was  heavily loaded in Laine's favour.  Me had just released his first  album and the machine carried  all Ihe sides. The songs were  tried-and-true jazz standards  like Sunny Side of the Street and  Mine Turning Grey Over You,  done forcefully in that unique  manner. Black mid Blue with  Carl Fischer's tinkling, insin-  uating piano was a particular  favourite. Before long. I was  irrevocably hooked.  I aine, at this early juncture,  was taken quite seriously as a  jazz-stylist and his initial releases  were favourably reviewed by the  picky critics at Down Beal and  Metronome, the leading Jazz  journals. But hc had cracked  the commercial market also.  Articles began to appear on him  in numerous magazines. From  these. I learned the salient  facts about the man: his real  lasl name was Lo Vccchio; he  was thirty*six years old and had  been scuffling t" make it since  the Thirties when ho sang at  marathon-dances; he had finally  been discovered performing for  ���limits at an obscure Holly-  -ml    nightclub    called     Billy  Pages from a Life-Log  Peter Trower  1"  Berg's and Mercury Records  had taken a gamble on him;  he had justified their faith by  hitting the jackpot with Desire,  his third release. So the legend  went.  I was not, of course, alone in  my fondness for thc pristine  Laine approach to the bluesy  ballads and driving up-tempo  tunes which formed his repertoire then. There was something  about his voice ��� a certain tough-  gU) quality - that tit precisely,  the temper of those post-war  street-times. There were Frankie  l.aine sound-alike contests promoted by local disc-jockeys  where various duck-tailed young  stalwarts attempted to duplicate  that distinctive style. His songs  were the very anthems of our  collective adolescence.  In the summer of 1948, Laine  or 'Mr. Rhythm' as he was beginning to he known,  came to  Vancouver for the first time.   He  was booked into thc old Palomar  Club for two weeks and Saturday  matinees were arranged to accomodate    his   large    teen-age  following. I can recall that initial  exposure   to   the   inside   of   an  actual night-club with some clarity.   West End Blues was throbbing through the  sound-system  as we entered that low-ceilinged  cavern and thc lowdown warm-  up music assured that Laine was  somewhere in the building.   Wc  grabbed a table close to the stage  and watched the place fill rapidly  as  we  spiked   our  cokes   from  surreptitious mickeys of whiskey.  All thc gangs were there, all the  zooty   young   hoods   and   their  gaudy girls.   The Flea, his tall  ubiquitous  mob in  tow.  banty-  roostered through the door.   Finally the place was packed;  the  atmosphere   electric   with   expectancy.     The  lights  dimmed  except for the overhead  spots,  the house band whaled  into a  jump-version   of   River   Sainte  Marie and Laine himself literally  bounded from thc wings onto the  low stage.  Chunky, hawk-nosed,  bewigged, he was no matinee-  idol but  he was a  dynamo  of  charismatic energy.     Grabbing  the   mike   in   a   stranglehold,  he began belling out the lyrics  in a powerful voice that needed  no echo-chambers. The show was  REMEMBERING ROBERTS CREEK"  New Book. Just Arrived.  190 pages. 50 photos. $6.95  -Order now From -  Mr. C.Merrick  886-9863  Mr. T.Walton  886-7297  MissE.Harrold  885-3461  For an hour, the ebullient  singer lambasted us with a firecracker string of the largely-  familiar tunes he had made  his own. His partner and music-  director, Cherokee Indian jazz-  pianist. Carl Fischer, spearheaded the back-up band through thc  swinging arrangements. Laine  bobbed and weaved like a boxer,  punching out song after song.  September In thc Rain; Wrap  Your Troubles in Dreams; Baby.  That Ain't Right...he did them  all. And suddenly, a final booming note resonated through the  conquered room and he was  gone, leaving us on the ropes.  Laine's magnetic performance  so impressed my friends and  me. that we returned the following Saturday. We were not  the only repeaters and he rewarded our loyalty by doing a number  of different songs. These two  exposures to thc man in person,  made me an even more-devout  fan. I committed most of his  tunes to memory and they ran  incessantly through my head.  When I hit the logging-camps  in 1949, I carried my mental  jukebox with me and many an  insufferable sidehill vigil was  lightened by Laine's remembered  music. Sometimes I'd forget  myself and break into actual song  only to stop embarrassedly  under the puzzled stare of some  gnarly old hooktendcr.  I didn't see Lainc in person  again until 1951. By this time,  he had moved over to Columbia  Records and his repertoire had  altered quite remarkably. Actually, this change had begun  sometime before while he was  still under contract to Mercury,  At the urging of Mitch Miller  (the "Sing Along" man of later  years) he had abandoned the  purist approach and begun recording such material as Mule  Train and Swamp Girl, over-  arranged epics with choral-  groups and plenty of sound-effects. This was a trend he was  to pursue increasingly over the  years. It would bring him a  much-wider audience and a  good-many million-sellers and  lose him entirely, his credibility  with thc jazz-critics. In all honesty. I can't say I was that concerned. Hc still included many of  the old standards in his act and  recorded more whenever he  got thc chance. It was a well-  known fact that thc large record-  outfits exercised almost total  control over their contractual  artists in thc matter of what  songs were committed to wax.  I preferred Laine on thc old  jazz-tunes but I bore with him  through the novelty stuff simply  because I enjoyed his voice.  Sometime in the early Fifties,  I acquired my first record-player  ���  *  *  ***************  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  I SCO  PRESENTING  ONE NIGHT ONLY  LADIES  NIGHT  AS    A    SPECIAL    TREAT  SENOR  CARLOS  THtJH-'B-C.  SA,  *  *  and scouring the music stores,  managed to pick up most of his  early '78's. I continued to buy  his new records too although  many of them were disappointing.  During the dozen or so years,  Laine stayed with Columbia,  he recorded a huge body of  material and had a number of  smash hits; Jezebel, Jealousy,  High Noon, I Believe - to name  a few. His single releases  were invariably commercial material of this nature but every  so often on his albums, he attempted lo return to his roots.  In al least one instance - an  album called Rockin' ��� thc results were disasterous and hc  sounded like an overblown  caricature of himself. On a couple  of other albums - Jazz Spectacular and Reunion in Rhythm -  the results were a good deal  happier and hc managed to  recapture much of the old feel.  In 1963. Lainc parted company  with Columbia after several years  without a hit. Hc signed with  Capitol but it was a brief, unhappy marriage that produced  one embarrassingly-pious religious album and some mediocre singles. During this low-ebb  in his career, I saw him again  for the firsl time in over a decade.  The voice was as powerful as  ever, although hc didn't move  around as much. In a mad  moment, 1 decided to go backstage and meet him between  sets. Hc still had a strong  following in Vancouver and there  was a line-up. When my turn  came, I mentioned seeing him  at thc Palomar. all those years  before. Hc looked pleased and  gave mc a firm handshake.  I noticed thai his toupee was  appropriately greying. In accordance with.his gathering years.  After his unlucky alliance with  Capitol. Laine signed with ABC  Paramount. Here hc received  much more sympathetic handling  and had his first hit in years -  I'll Take Care of Your Cares  followed by Making Memories.  It was a welcome return to his  original simpler style after all  the inappropriate material and  over-production. In 1967. while  he was riding this resurgent  tide, I saw Laine in person for  thc final lime. Hc was paunchy  now and sporting a grey goatee  but he was singing up a storm.  Again I went backstage and congratulated him on his new-  success.  Laine stayed with ABC for  several years. He had one final  hit with the Marty Robbins tune  You Gave Me a Mountain and  then the bottom seemed to drop  out of his career again. He was  by now a very wealthy man with  many business interests and  these were requiring an increasing amount of his attention.  He continued recording for  several years but the lightning  seemed to have struck for the  last time. Today he is semi-  retired from the music-business.  But Frankie Laine had a good  run. At his best, he was one of  the greatest entertainers to ever  come down thc pike. 1 still  play his old records with pleasure and 1 wish him well.  i f^B^ Ellingham's    l  tWT     * * Astrology j  commencing    February  Twilight Theatre  The BeachComber *  M^itor Inn ��  ������***���*���**********  Next week's attractions at  the Twilight Theatre include  another Agent 007's adventures. From Wednesday through  Saturday. March 1-4, thc latest  James Bond. Roger Moore,  will be seen in his third appearance in the role first made  famous by Sean Conncry. Audiences should be accustomed  by Ihis time to Connery's replacement and arc apt to be greatly  impressed by The Spy Who  Loved Me's outstanding technical accomplishments and highly  entertained by Ihe often wacky  and outrageous plot.  Barbara Bach is the latest  beauty to grace the series,  while Curt Jurgens and Richard  Kiel arc thc formidable villains.  While Jurgens plots lo become  Ihe underwater king of thc  world. Kiel ��� a 7-foot two inch  giant - is more funny than menacing as a steel-toothed goon  named Jaws. His final escape  will bring forth both laughter  and cheering.  The locales for The Spy Who  Loved Me are almost as stunning  All about  Bridge  A recurring defensive problem is  not knowing which suit to discard  when the declarer is running his  long suit. A solution to this  problem is the even-odd defensive signal. This signal is made  when a defender is following  suit to a lead by thc declarer.  If the defender first plays a high  as the technology and include  Egypt, Sardinia. Canada. Malta.  Scotland. Okinawa, Switzerland,  and Pincwood Studios in London -  all shot in glorious Panavision  and colour.  Thc second feature film of  thc week is based on the 1964  bestseller about a tecnaged  mental patient. I Never Promised  You a Rose Garden has been  adapted to the screen by Gavin  Lambert and Lewis John Carlino  with some changes. The most  radical difference is the re-  christening of thc Jewish heroine  as a non-ethnic type, thereby  changing thc evolution of her  madness. Thc performance of  Kathleen Quintan in thc lead  role has already been widely  praised and will inspire a great  deal of interest. Stong performances from other actresses  Bibi Andcrsson. Sylvia Sidney,  Signc Hasso. and Susan Tyrrcl  contribute much to this largely  restrained production.  I Never Promised You a Rose  Garden will be shown at thc  Twilight Sunday through Monday. March 5-8.  card and then later a low card  hc is indicating the possession  of an even number of cards in that  suit. By playing a low card first  hc is indicating the possession  of an odd number of cards in  that suit. This week's deal  illustrates the use of Ihis signal:  NORTH  S Q.I2  II Q4.U  D KQ8  C AQ8  WKST  S   K654  FAST  S .1  JIIN5  542  K876  ,1109,1  .1109,1  SOl'TII  S A10487  H A  D  A 765  C  K76  qrwitieHT  <THEATRIb  886-2827  GIBSONS  The bidding:  NORTH  EAST  SOUTH  INT Pus  4S Pus  Pus     Pus  3S  6S  WEST  Pass  Pus  Week  27.  General Notes: Mars is 'stationary' on Thursday, March 2nd -  a high-energy day when impatience could lead to arguments  and violence. Take it easy. This  planet's position in the sign of  Cancer often coincides with fires  to hotels and homes. Check all  appliances on that day.  Venus squares Neptune at  thc weekend warning us that new  romantic involvements may have  a deceptive flavour. Don't get  hurt.  With five planets in water  signs for most of thc week,  babies arriving at Ihis time will  be very sensitive and emotional.  Many will show much sympathy  and may be attracted to honorable public service such as nursing or veterinary science. They  should practice caution in the  affairs of the heart.  ARIES(March21-Aprlll9)  Extra energy channelled into  domestic activities could leave  you irritable and snappy. Have  patience with family members.  Those pursuing secret involvements have to be more discreet.  Guard thc home against fire on  Thursday.  TAURUS)April 20-May 20)  Messages, phone calls, and  correspondence will be annoying. You must take care on  short journeys. If possible,  stay off thc highway on Thursday. You still don't realize that  an acquaintance could be deceiving you over shared expenses.  Check the figures.  GEMINKMay 21-June 21)  Emphasis is on impulsive  financial dealings. Check all  thc facts before parting with  cash. Remember, you've only  one month to snap up any present  opportunities. Close associates  arc not being truthful regarding  your public standing.  CANCERIJune 22-July 22)  To others, you may soon appear  selfish and impatient. Coworkers are finding your ideas  too confusing and wish you'd  come down to earth. Those using  protective head-gear should  wear il on Thursday. Cancerians  born July 15th should direct  extra energy wisely,  LEO(July 23-Aug22|  Now's the time to trust intuition and make private plans.  Believe that a nagging frustration will soon clear up by itself.  Whai a relief! A weekend  social occasion is fully of trickery.  Visits to hospitals or to those  in seclusion figure strongly.  Opening lead: Jack of hearts  Declarer won the firsl trick wilh  the ace of hearts, then led a  low club lo dummy's ace. On  Ihe club lead Wesl followed  suit with lhc two which was lhc  start of a low-high signal indicating thc possession of an odd  number of cards in lhal suit.  South, then, look a losing spade  finesse. Wesl returned Ihe ten  of hearts. South played Ihe queen  from dummy, east covered with  Ihe king and Soulh ruffed.  Next. South ran all his spades.  On the lasl spade East was forced  to discard from one of his minor  suits. Hc anticipated a 4-3  distribution in declarer's minor  suits and knew lhal he must  save four cards in Ihe suit in  which South held four.   West's  VIRGOIAug 23Sept22)  What you really want becomes  clearer as new energy redirects  long-range goals, future hopes  and wishes. Priorities should be  listed for all to see and understand. Meanwhile, a loved one's  domestic ideas are both confusing and impractical. Explain  gently. A friend or acquaintance  takes you to the limit on Thursday.  I.IBRA(Sept 23-Oct 23)  You'll soon have renewed  courage to push forward your  career, achievements, and  public standing. However, your  present position comes under  attack on Thursday. Be direct  and don't waffle. Weekend  messages and short journeys  are confusing and produce nothing.  SCORPIO|Oet 24-Nov 22)  Forcing your beliefs and ideas  onto others is presently a waste of  time and energy. Instead, levelheaded Scnrpios arc pursuing  their search for knowledge along  acceptable channels. Weekend  social life is dreamy but expensive. Money simply disappears.  Long-distance communications  are again in focus.  SAGITT ARIUS(Nov 23-Dec 21)  There's still much activity  on the home base and new domestic items have to be purchased from a more practical  angle. Don't be fooled by fancy  packaging and thc hard sell.  Other people's financial problems  arc the source of present frustrations.  CAPRICORNIDcc 22-Jan 19)  Those close lo you are now  determined to fight for their  rights. You're forced to listen  to the outburst. Nevertheless,  refuse to sign any important  documents until next week. A  weekend journey looks rather sad  and vou'li count vour blessings.  AQUARIUSIJan 20-Feb 18)  Emphasis is on misdirected  energy on thc employment scene.  Co-workers arc irritable and unco-operative. You're feeling  generous and money lent to  acquaintances will never be seen  again. Too bad, Upset stomachs  could follow a lense day on Thursday.  PISCES|Fcb 19-Mar 20)  Accent is on simply having a  good lime and getting your  social life moving again. Try to  ignore flatterers and beware ol  self-deception, Artists grab  tools again and recreate enthusiastically. Believe il or not,  sex drive hits yearly peak.  It's the BIGGEST. It's the BEST. It's BONO  ~ AndB-E-*0-W-D,  ROGER  M00RE ;  lANFLfMINGS     L  JAMES  R0ND ,  007f   ^  THE SPY WHO LOVED ME  ii  Sun., Mon.,  Tues., and  Wed.  March  5,6,7, and 8  8:00 p.m.  [AMBASSADORS   IN  presents  MISSION  LOVE    CHAPTER  -FREE CONCERT -  March 10th, 11th- 8:00 p.m.  ELPHINSTONE SECONDARY SCHOOL  ���  March 12th -11:00 a.m. & 7:00 p.m.  GIBSONS PENTECOSTAL CHURCH  Sponsored by Christ's Ambassadors  Youth Ministries  Rev. Ted Boodle  Invites everyone to hear this fine group.  signal had provided Easl wilh thc  information lie needed. Since  wesl held an odd number of clubs  soulh also must have started  with an odd number in lhal suit.  Having made Ihis analysis.  Fast discarded a club and eventually won a trick wilh his fourth  diamond to set the contract.  Ed. Note: Jim paints oul further  thai despite the canny defence  outlined above, Soulh can still  make Ihe contract with one single  change In his playing of Ihe hand.  Can you spot It?  The Sechell bridge talent is  emerging. Doris Hausby and  Jean Barclay of Sechell won thc  lasl golf course duplicage bridge  game on Tuesday. February 21.  The next duplicate bridge game  will be held at 7:30 p.m.. March  7. al Ihe Golf Course.  Play Coming  _ Continued From Page One  2:30 p.m. in Gibsons Elementary  School gym: and Friday, March  17 at 8:00 p.m. in Sechelt Elementary School gym. Tickets  are 12.00 for aduits. SI.00 for  students and Seniors, and arc  available from thc Fitness Service office upstairs in Whitaker  House and thc Community  Resource office above the Credit  Union in Sechelt, and from the  N.D.P. bookstore in Gibsons.  And of course from any member  of the"Bod Squad".  CUNSHINE  VQ[APER  UERUICE  7 dozen -1 week supply  ONLY $5.50  FREE PICK-UP &  DELIVERY TO YOUR  DOOR I  Gift    Certificates    are  also available.  For   more   Information  call: 886-2678 or 886-7128 It has been so busy this week  I've felt like a novice sailor out on  his boal for Ihe first time caughi  in a gale force wind. Sails tearing  off everywhere, ropes Hying, tiller heaving back and forth, waves  coming from everywhere and thc  pride of the B.C.ferry licet  hearing down on me bard astern. Nevertheless, I'll grab  some of lhc diurnal detritus and  lash il together and fashion a  raft somehow from Ihe ominous  deadheads of contemporary  events ami a spare fathom or  so of braided polyprop syntax.  Alter a garbled Introduction  like thai I should make an attempt  here at a hit more simplicity,  so I'll turn, surprisingly enough,  to the world of sports. Muham-  med Ali is no longer the Heavyweight Champion of Ihe world,  having lost to a young man whose  last name reminds one of an  F.nglish company that manufactures black currant jelly. It  seemed like the end of an era  when I got the news, but when  1 read the paper thc following  day. I didn't feel too badly.  Said Muhanimed: "I'll be the  first man to win the heavyweight  championship three times".  He will. too.  Heroes arc where you find  them, and while waiting for  thc champ lo make one more  comeback I ran into another one  in the back pages a few days  before thc fight. He was a lawyer, oddly enough. I say oddly  enough because I find lawyers,  generally, a breed roughly analogous In the present day  Irish seller ��� fractious, bumptious, iw itchy, self-important  bunch of humanity lhal drives  mc to the repeated quotation of  Sandburg's delightful line:  "Why does lhc hearse-horse  snicker when he hauls a lawyer's bones?" This lawyer,  however, seems lo be a setter  of a different colour. His name is  Walter Boytinck, and Ihe reason  he's in Ihe news, and Ihis column,  is because he didn't want lo have  his census taken. Many of us are  worried about having our car  taken, or our pulse, but Walter  Boytinck (who perhaps recognizes Ihe intimately sensual  onomalopoetic possibilities of his  surname and doesn't wisli it  to fall into the icy hands of the  federal government), doesn't  want his census taken. He considers it no one's business but  his own how many bathrooms  his house has, or whether his  2.3 children arc enrolled in  public, or private educational  systems. Mr. Boytinck has  demanded a trial by jury over this  issue and the whole thing has  been postponed until the end of  March. 1 wish him luck. Part of  a free society musl be Ihe freedom to mind one's own business,  Ian Corrance took this picture of one of spring's first harbingers, the humble snowdrop.  Freethinkers Pulpit  by Andy Randall  and it's people like Mr. Boytinck who are postponing the  inevitable day when someone will  suggest tattooing our social  insurance numbers on our  posterior portions. There arc a  lot of people who don't have  anything better to do than keep  files on people, and scribble  nasty notes, and I'd rather nol  encourage Ihese types. Too  many of them seem to gel elected.  Other than discovering new  heroes and keeping track of old  ones, I've also been indulging  in my foreign newspaper habit,  reading thc Sunday Observer,  and especially Anthony Burgess's  column which appears every  week. .Last week he wrote about  meeting Jorge Luis Borges at  some sort of writer's conference  and observed that there were  so many people around that the  two of them resorted to speaking  in Anglo-Saxon. Good prose and  offhand literary anecdotes are  definitely two of my healthier  weaknesses, and I got to indulge  even further in them this week  when I discovered an article by  Graham Greene in the New York  Review of Books. Mr. Greene,  as you may know, has been  writing consistently good works of  prose for years. He is now in his  seventies   and   thc   man   can  string  words  together  so  well  that  in  the  space  of a  short  column he can take you all the  way from laughter to tears and  back again, and drop you gently  at the end, the mind blown and  the brain awed.  I've also been reading your  full-blown,   genuine,   cover-to-  cover books this week, including  one of Brautigan's latest, Sombrero    Fallout,    subtitled    "A  Japanese Novel".  It's the story  of a dull writer somewhere in  California, that exotic place to  the south of us, where, as Woody  Allen put it:   "The only cultural  advantage is being able to make  a right turn at a  red  light".  Sombrero Fallout is certainly not  much more of a cultural advantage, and I've decided now that  Brautigan   finally   got   so   laid  back he fell asleep. The basis of  the story is that discarded slips  of   paper   in   the   wastcbasket  are   writing   their   own   story  and the book reads like that.  Brautigan  maundres  back  and  forth between reality and absurdity so many times that the reader  begins to feel he's always improperly dressed for either event.  Thc thing doddles along on the  back of the two-headed sex-and  violence beast, and never gets  off to shake hands.    Brautigan  has begun to write as if some  one's been tampering with his   drinking water. a song she quotes: "You mustn't . ���   ,...    .  Not so Sheila Cassidy, who has   be p��r, my friend, It's danger- hc *��� me " "��"> Slb"'a" fur  factory camp among 90 Russian  women not far from Poland's  Danzig. Of course we were all  prisoners of the Germans. I  captured in France, they in their  homeland.  Old Babushkas (grandmothers)  knitted woolen garments from  string cleverly snitched off the  factory's sugar sacks, while the  young ones worked in thc Factory. 1 remember two distinct  Russian types. Thc massive,  unbelievably powerful White  Russian girls, typical of thc  Steppes, and the petite cuties  from the region of Leningrad.  Just released, sort of, from an  18 month spell in a notorious  hell-camp for persislent escaping, the Leningrad wenches  seemed the answer to a P.O.W.'s  prayer. Vivacious, comely,  dark-haired beauties: if set down  in Vancouver, they would have  stacked up with the bonniest  lasses we have.  Needless lo say, like a magnet.  I and others were drawn mostly  to their company. Thc busty  gals were good sports, but I  believe in keeping to my size'.  Sure there was romancing,  and romancing means intimacy?  Yes? So we exchanged a good  deal more than just daft nonsense  in our mutually recognized fractured German tongue. Arid, ye  ken, born with an acute sense  of observation, and enough curiosity to get mc in and oul of  too many scrapes, I got a truer  picture of life than all your ac-  ., _. . ,.      ademically professed know-how.  commitment    as    a    Christian ,(      *   mv brain.box for  and my increasing vision of Christ  ^ refcrcncc'(|hat.s how  ,  in all men has opened my heart   . .  so that I can say simply and in  all honesty that I hate no one".  This warm humanity is evident  in all the pages she writes.  The  book reads like a diary, and its  author manages to convey the  human side of being caught in a  police state.    Reading it, one Comrade) In one of those front  comes away with a deep respect ,me |s       0ne   Comrad(,  b  -----    for Sheila Cassidy   and a grim mv ^ ^^ my bu  been tampering with his   understanding of the lines from (a( ^ h(_  (h so)   and  The Russians  "What do you think about the  Russians?" That is a question  I have often been asked by people  who know I've been there. It is  a loaded question, but I will try to  answer it as briefly and informatively as I can, although the answering will take about four  weekly articles to cover. Even  then a lol will have to be left  out as, in my judgement, it must  escape thc criticism of being  trivia.  I, Andrevski Randallski,  international member of a certain espionage agency, have  worked with, dined with, loved  with, danced wilh, Russians in  Alberta in Ihe '30's. Warm,  simple, good people. Then ��� in  1944 I worked in a sugar-beet  called    Audacity    lo    Believe.  Sheila Cassidy was the lady  English doctor arrested by the  Chilean military junta a couple  of years back when the United  Sates spent over eight million  dollars to establish a fascist  state. Although she was arrested, held without trial, tortured  severely with electrical shocks  and watched men die excruciating deaths at the hands of  the secret police, .this is not  merely a book of bitter political  diatribe. Ms Cassidy emerges  as a strong, loving, exceedingly  compassionate woman, who can  state truthfully at the close of  the   book:       "My   deepening  hat. and a loo liberal supply of  vodka. And, complete with rifle,  I did what comes naturally as a  front line soldier until the vodka  petered out. Then, again I was  ye lone wolf on the loose. Maybe  I was one of their unknown he-  rocs. How should I know? Would  you? Wilh vodka down lhc halch  a la Russki style? I could have  shot my grandmother, and  wouldn't have known it. Please  no medals!  A rapid tlil in my narrative  to where I met a Russian captain  who as official interpreter got  me out of a rough situation.  Guess what? The captain wore  skirls. We gol along tine, especially when she learned I  came from Kanada. Then when  I landed in a Russian base  hospital I met some army nurses  of thc no-nonsense variety. A  week sufficed to pul me on my  feet again. On my way to the  Black Sea coast by freight-  train 1 got off while when the  engineers were refueling the locomotive at a stop between Kiev  and Bialystock. for there had  congretalcd an excited bunch of  big. buxom farm women from a  comminform farm complex  nearby. Here my five P.O.W.  years experience in universal  sign language paid dividends  'for they spoke no German, and  1 just a few words of Russian.  Wc bartered in good natured  fashion, and lhc International  goodwill was par excellence.  They chattered and laughed wilh  us like kids lei oul of school  on holiday. Finally I met bolh  sexes in Odessa, pori of the Black  Sea, left by boat laic April.  1945, and somehow got lo Port  Greenock. Scotland. May 7  that year.  There you have it. my credentials for assuming that I  know a wee bit more lhan thc  average Joe about thc Russian  people. There's a bit more to  come, but it will run in among  my comments. Of course I  realise Ihat those of certain  ideologies may pul a big question  mark on some of my reporting,  and some others will think I  am pro-Russian. I am pro  Canadian, with an awareness  of the great world around us,  so I can be called a cosmopolitan.  Back lo the serious business.  So whai do I think of lhc Russians? Well, as a people they arc  no worse, and no heller lhan  our Westerners. Like any other  race of people, their good points,  and bad ones, tote up lo a fairly  even balance. More specifically  they are an extremely closc-knll  family group, and thai extends  beyond jusl families lo a decided  national-family group.  Inured lo hardships and suf-  Coast News, February 28,1978.  #CBC Radio  bv Marianne West  The one-room schoolhouse  hasn't totally disappeared from  thc rural Canadian scene. In  fact wc have two flourishing  examples in this school district,  and some people feel they're  a viable alternative to thc "factory" school - the big consolidated one lo which students are  bused long distances eaeh day.  They have though come a long  way from thc early days when  teachers and pupils often endured great hardships, students  had to drop out of school for the  want of a warm coat or a pair  of shoes. One teacher remembers  staging a one-man strike because thc school board only-  paid him $5.00 in three months  to support his family of five.  You can hear memories of  those days in a nostalgic documentary prepared by Claire  Fames in Saskatchewan, where  there are still over 7() one-room  schools in operation, on the  programme Between Ourselves.  Saturday at 7:05 p.m.  Listeners who enjoyed J.J.  McColl's visits to many out of  the way B.C.communities on a  former scries B.C.Folio, can hear  fering such as an average West- hcr in l)n ,he Hornby Co���ec.  crner could not completely understand, let alone feel, they have  a friendly feeling for others  comparable to that of the early  pioneers of Canada and the  United States. They have a lively  sense of humour, though it can be  often earthy. Until they know you  and take to you they seem dour,  glum, stolid. Once the ice is  broken, you get a warm, generous, cheerful and emotional  friend.  Much of their national character has been chiseled out of centuries of despotic tyranny ranging from the Czars, to Stalin.  So. all in all. if they are cagey  about communicating with foreigners they have a damned  good reason for it.   I should add  tion. Saturday 11:05 p.m. when  she explores thc feelings of  British Columbians about rain  in a collection of poetry, opinion  and sounds.  Ideas,    Saturday    9:05    p.m.  takes  a  look   at   the   labyrinth  of business and legal complexities    within    which    Canada's  entertainment industry operates.  Signature,   Sunday   4:05   p.m.  presents a tribute to thc Danish  composer Carl Nielsen.  Wednesday March 1  Johnny Chase: 8:04 p.m. science  fiction thriller.  Nightcap:   11.20 p.m.. Roadway  Angels.  Thursday March 2  Playhouse:   8:04 p.m. Stamboul  Train, by Grahame Greene Part  111 - Vienna,  here that they have several good  j��� Radlo.Canadll!   H:J0  jasons. one being thc insecurity  and fear of being seen, and  caughi by the KGB. informed on  by thc Stiikachi (police informers)  or the Seksoty (KGB secret  collaborators), with sentences  given or privileges withdrawn.  Siberia is nol Ihe ever prevalent  threal as under Stalin, but  Siberia is never far out of their  minds. To sum up lor this week's  treatment of ihe subject, 1 feel  they are a people far loo much  maligned, and bad wc been  born, reared, and schooled in  their environment, wc would not  be one vvil heller lhan the Russ-  kies.  Nimmons-n-Nine  Plus  Six;  the  Hans Stavmcr Band.  Mostly   Musici       10:20    p.m.  Quebec    Symphony    Orchestra.  Allan  Monk   Baritone.   Mahler,  Britten. Stravinsky.  Nightcap:      11:20   p.m.   Kania  Fenelon.  Friday March 3  School Broadcasts:    2 - 4 p.m.  My Place in Canada - a series  pul together by students.  Mostly Music:   10:20 p.m. Van  couver    Symphony    Orchestra.  Justus  Frantz,  piano.   Strauss.  Mo/an. Ravel.  Nightcap:       11:20   p.m.   Noel  Harrison.  Saturday March 4  Update:   * Mi a.m. Roundup of  B.C.Happenings.  The House: 9:10 a.m.. The week  in Parliament.  Quirks and Quarks:   12:05 p.m.  Science Magazine. David Su/.uki.  Metropolitan Opera:    1:30 p.m.  Pelleset Lclisande, Debussy.  Between Ourselves:    7:05 p.m.  Golden  Rule  Days  ���  lhc  Rural  School.  Ideas:    9:05 p.m. No Business  Like Show Business ��� Law.  Anthology:     10:05 p.m.   Poetry  In  A.J.M.Smlth.     "lhal Good  Nigh!",   short   story   by   Beth  Pownlng.  The   Hornby   Collection:    11:05  p.m.   The   Subject   is   Rain   bv  J.J.McColl.  Sunday Ma't-h 5  CBC   Stage:      1:0?   p.m.   The  Key line   by   Czech   playwright  Ludvik Askena/y.  Signature:       4:05    p.m.    Carl  Nielsen lhc Great Dune.  Symphony     Hall:     7:05     p.m.  Vancouver Symphony Orchestra.  McKay. Beethoven, Respighi.  Monday March b  Gold  Rush:     S:30  p.m.   Peter  Frampton. Sweetheart.  Mostly Music:   10:20 p.m. CBC  Vancouver    Orchestra.     Robert  Vcrchcs. viola. Debussy. Coull-  hard. Koechlin.  cbc-FM Radio -105.7  Ideas: 8:04 p.m. Wednesday ���  The Future of Ihe Jews. Thursday  Society's Children ��� Friday ���  Interviews.Monday ��� Referendum  Canada Pan II. Tuesday ��� Spy  Fiction.  Signature: Thursday     9:04  p.m. Carl Nielsen the Great  Dane.  Saturday: Audience 9:05 p.m.  Part I. Henry James. Part II.  The Tone of Time by Henry-  James Pari 111.  tmm" "1  i Gibsons Public i  ��� Library I  'Tuesday 2-4 p.m.  J Wednesday 2-4 p.m.  i Thursday 2-4 &  l 7-9 p.m.  i Saturday 2-4 p.m.  i  886-2130  I.. J  Some further experiences with  the Russian soldiery, and commissars, not all pleasant enough  to tell here, came after my final  escape into their (Russian) front  line of Marshall Zhukov's army.  where I became a little Tovarich  �� Crafts B Hobbies  Seaside Plaza, Gibsons  886-2811  Our Handicraft Drop-in  Centre will be continuing  Tuesday and Thursday  at 7:30 p.m.  aadaa^aamaa��^tM  ��  GIBSONS  TAX SERVICE  INCOME TAX RETURNS PREPARED  (Business Strictly Confidential)  Anytime 7 days a Week  Office located at: 1767 Martin Rd.,  Gibsons  886-7272    A. Jack    886-7272  just published her autobiography   ��"s to be poor, my friend".  &hk  Fresh \\   t  From \   1  The Sea \ I  SEAFOOD      <5����.  SMORGASBORD  JB'.  March 3rd & 4th  Fri.& Sat. night  CREATE  A SUMMER JOB  WE'LL SH  THE COST  ���MPLOYIfU h��r**a an opportunity to holp yourself and th*  Monomy by hiring ��� hard-working young man or woman this  oummar. It's oallod th* Youth Imploymant Program. If you  eroata worthwhile Joba far young parson* In your buelnaee,  on your farm, or with a non-profit organItatlon tho Province  of ���ritJah Columbia will ah era tho ooat of wage* with you.  This Is how It works.  ���uslnotaoai  If your business has been In operation for at least a year, the  Ministry of Labour may help you pay the wages of up to five  young persons this summer. We will pay between $1.30 and $2.00  an hour as our share of the cost.  Parmai  The same rules apply, you creale jobs for youth and the Ministry  ol Labour will share the cost with you.  loolotloai  You are Invited to apply (or funding to hire young persons to work  this summer on a worthwhile project. We will pay an average of  13.40 an hour. We will also provide lunds for holiday pay,  employee benefits and essential project costs.  Application! MUST bo reeolved by March 24, 1B7i.  Applications for funding are available from any Provincial  Government Agent or Ministry of Labour Office, or any of the  B.C. Youth Employment offices listed below.  AbboUtord - Unil 5, 33575 Maytair Avenue. V2S 1P6  Courtenay - 576 England Avenue V9N 5U7 334 4403  Cranbrooh - No 5   14th Avenue. S Cedar Centre, VIC 2W9  Dawion Creek - 2nd Floor, 1005   104th Avenue. V1G2H9  Kamloops - Suile 220. ��46 St Paul Street. V2C 5T1 374 0078  Kelowne- 1449St Paul Slreel. VIY 2E4 763 9241  Lower Melnland/Burnaoy - 4240 Manor Street. V5G 1B2 437 8441  Nanaimo - Lower Floor, 66 Fiont Street. V9R 5H7  Nalaon - 601 Front Street. V1L 4B6  Pentlclon - 2nd Floor. 301 Main Street. V2A 5B8 4927247  Prince George - 1663 Victoria Street, V2L 2L4 562 8131 (Local 2651  Smllhart��� 2nd Floor, Federal Bldfl. 1168 Main Street, V0J 2N0  Terrace - 2nd Floor, 4548 Lakolse Avenue. V8G 1P8  Vernon - Suite 204  2901   32nd Street, VtT 5M2 542 1397  Victoria - 2nd Floor, 1250 Quadra Strael, V8W 2K7 382-5151  Wllllami Lake -Suite 6.123 Borland Street. V2G 1R1  For offIcoa Hated above without telephone number* end t<  ���II other areae, cell Operator for Zenith 2210 (toll free).  PLIASI NOT!: All applleatlona will b  i y.  \    Province of Ministry of Labour  WlVl   British Columbia Employment Opportunity Programs  aimkammmmmmmmmmmmmm Coast News, February 28,1978.  <   (   : :  the Cab Stand  b> thc (lack  Last Auk I rambled at length  on tliL iubject of the often exotic  skills required for involvement  with tlii-i profession. Chinking  ii over. I realize thai 1 forgot  it) mention a quality which, if  not exactly vital to the mechanical performance ol the job,  it indis| ensil '' your nervous systen is goii .: to remain in  working  .rd hc rea  son I < egli > its intangi  bility. It's hard to find a concise  i nglish word for it and your  own 1 in ���'..������ . ������ gr< at extent,  iictualh   ��� ": r'ou can  think about Iri man became a  favou it( language ol philosophers becau i ol its abiiit) to  cmbod\ nebulous, unwieldy ideas  in com relca Iprcci ie compound  w irtl i, but for expressing the  nuances of hum i psycholog).  yuu can't heal ilu idomatii all)  rich French. The qualit; I'm  trying to di fine mighl be ex-  pressi d in thai language as  "sang-froid"; not cold-bloodedness, as ;i literal translation  mighl suggi >l, bul rather a  kind ol coolness. I he ability  in short, to enjoj the breeze  while the inanui i; hitting thc  fan. Or, the capacity nol only  to Face I hc Music. Inn to hum  along Mih it. While Chicken  Little squawks "The sky is  falling!' . the person with "sangfroid" creates a sauce or thvs-  sing which will properly enhance  the delicate flavour of chicken.  The only English equivalents  1 can think of arc the slightly  archaic "aplomb" and the compound "self-possession'.  In our tongue the idioms which  express our most intense sense  of our own reality are often  slang expressions, those parasitic fungus undergrowths of  ihe language which, ironically,  seem healthier than the host.  Aplomb might be more colloquially expressed as "cool"  (keeping it, as opposed to blowing  it), or, more currently, as "being  together", "laid back", even  "mellow". (Hear that humming  sound'.' It's Noah Webster,  spinning in his grave like an  enraged dynamo.) Ultimately,  of course, slang is like junk food;  convenient, but not very nourishing, h satisfies the immediate  hunger for expression, the craving to make experience digestible, but in thc long run you  starve for lack of meaning.  English, fortunately, is a synthetic language. It has no  scruples. Stravinsky once said,  "Mediocre artists borrow. Great  artists steal", and the same  mighl be said of great languages.  English possesses no official,  definitive dictionary, nor an  august Academy to defend its  purity. What it does not possess  or cannot immediately invent, it  Cleaners  ORvlLEnnillG  service  OFF      6 ITEMS OR MORE!  jKwawf -&ssus**imm  With 2 locations to serve you best  WHARF ROAD  SECHELT  885-9554  1521 GOWER PT.RD.  GIBSONS  886-2200  r*  ,-wvi e���'-*<o<^**��iiJ(i^*vs<i<��*sj)<i>*ss<i>*Sbft  lETY FOODS      \  I   SNACK BAR & DELI  ������:mmwu.  it  . Herbal Teas <* j  and 3  :;   Sandwiches ������:��� J  Made to Order i  886-2936 j  Gibsons Harbour J  (rvtf<fv, rrv<cs>-.,-. rvw-ri rr v��V7> <rvqw�� i>Ki ff"*��^B ��>!��  steals without hesitation, snatching idioms and epithets from  other languages like a cheeky  kid stealing the ripest fruit from  a neighbour's carefully cultivated orchard. It steals from the  dead, lifting phrases and epigrams from defunct Latin with the  alacrity of a sexton pocketing the  pennies from a dead man's  eyes. It even steals from itself,  swiping words from professional  and technical jargon and bringing them into common usage,  often with distorted meanings.  It tests its own faddish slang  against a ruthless standard of  utility to see what elements merit  a more permanent place in the  language.  As an example, since John  Faustmann mentioned the  Dictionary of Historical Slang  in last week's book reviews,  here's an etymological pearl  one of my brothers dropped  into my wine. The words "hip"  and "hip cat", ("hep" and  "hep cat" for those who remember), have been current in  North American slang for a considerable time. They originated,  as most people know, in the black  subculture, but the actual derivation is obscure to say thc least.  Now the punchline: the author  of my brother's human geography text observed that western  Africa was thc primary geographical source of slaves and that  in certain West African dialects  the word "hipicat" was used to  describe one who was particularly aware, perceptive, and sensitive. That little detour was a  lot shorter than reading Alex  Haley's Roots, wasn't it?  Well, driving taxi is a Magical  Mystery Detour at the best of  times. Physically, you go from  Point A to Point B. The departures and destinations are as  clearly defined as birth and  death, duly recorded on your  tripshect. but, like life, it's what  happens in between that makes it  interesting and. more often  than not. psychologically exhausting. You have to communicate, politely at the bare minimum, with a variation of human  types that runs from one extremity of thc spectrum to thc other,  and to make adjustments as  quickly as people can gct in and  out of the car. Inevitably, the  fine tuning sometimes gets a  little sloppy. In the course of a  single shift you can make a  friend for life, fall in love, and  get punched out of your socks.  Obviously, a generous helping  of aplomb, "sang-froid", or cool  is essential if you're going to  retain your sanity. while thc  meter ticks over like an anarchist  bomb.  I was going to demonstrate  thc point of this week's mean-  dcrings with a few tall tales  illustrative of aplomb, or the lack  of it, in the face of taxi-madness, but I'll save the balance  for next week. This one I can't  resist, since the joke's on me.  Wildlif  R.Allen  corner  by Ian Corrance  Killer Whales  A sight that never fails to excite a person lucky enough to  see it, is a pod of whales feeding.  Gibsons got their yearly show  last Wednesday when about ten  of them came along the Sound  and out through the Gap. Not  being an early riser when necessity docs not demand it, I was  up in time to see the last one  rounding Gower Point and heading for open water, closely fol-  losed by our intrepid receptionist  Manuane in one of Smitty's  rental boats. By the time she  gout out thc Gap the whales  had started travelling so she  didn't get any pictures, but I'm  sure it was more fun than wading  through a bunch of ledger cards.  One elderly lady remarked that  if thc whales went out the Gap  instead of coming in, then wc  One of the things that can catch  a driver with his aplomb down  is the radio. For the most part,  it broadcasts simple, mundane  directions, so you gct into the  habit of listening with one ear  while your mind is miles away,  I was doing just that last week,  deadheading empty back from  Port Mellon. There were patches  of mist on the road and sun on  the mountains and thc sea. I  was daydreaming about fjords  and long-ships full of Vikings,  battles in the mist, and doomed  gods when a feminine voice on  the radio suddenly asked, "Two-  four? Do you know where Valhalla is?" When 1 regained  control of the car, I pulled over  and thought about that one for  a while. Valhalla, the great  Beer-Parlour-in-the-Sky, where  thc spirits of Viking heroes, chosen for their valiant and violent  deaths, lounge around quaffing  huge horns of mead conveyed by  buxom Valkyries...(Something  like thy Beachcomber or the  Cedars on a Friday night).  My aplomb was somewhere  else that day. I confessed my  ignorance and asked directions.  What I should have said was,  "Sure. You cross the Rainbow  Bridge, then you take thc first  exit to Asgard, then past the  Pole Star, and..."Well, you get  the idea. Next week, the dreaded  Cab-Cafard! Over and Out.  ITACHI  Presenting the Hitachi MR755 MICROWAVE OVEN  Featuring: i, stainless steel interior  .   high, medium & defrost settings      it dual scale timer  recipe guide it clear viewing window  PLUS a micro-wave cookbook  Sug. Retail $669.95  OTHER MODELS AVAILABLE FROM $399.00 - $739.00  ELECTRONICS  tadio /hack  :i    AUTHORIZED SALES CENTRE  ; St.,Sechelt ,B.C.  885-2568  sr. ���-.���::. ��� \ ���������x'gsvm  were in for a good spell of  weather. When this was mentioned to a certain unnamed  Indian gentleman in Sechelt  (Terry Joe), he laughed for  five minutes. What the heck,  can't us guys have our traditions  as well? If it's rotten weather  for the next while, it's all your  fault Terry; the whales did their  best.  About ten years ago I was on  the eastern side of Gambier  Island sneaking up on a mixed  flock of scoters and goldeneyes.  It was on the part of the island  that has steep rocks right at the  shoreline; so that, plus the fact  that the birds had spotted me  a couple of times, made thc going  pretty slow. I guess all told  it took me about an hour to get  within about twenty feet of them.  During about the last half  hour I had also been keeping  watch on three killer whales;  a bull, a cow, and a calf, quite  a bit out towards the bird sanctuary rocks.  The whales were taking their  time, sounding regularly and enjoying themselves in the sunshine  as they made their way toward  Bowen Island. When I was  finally getting close to the ducks  something a bit unusual registered on me but I couldn't quite  put my finger on it.  At last I rounded the final  turn and the ducks were sitting  directly below me. It was a nice  tranquil scene which I would be  able to enjoy once I caught my  breath. Suddenly a huge dark  shape showed below the flock,  and a wide gaped mouth appeared, swallowing one of the  ducks and then fell back leaving  the water boiling and thc luckier  birds scattering in all directions.  It took me a few moments of  amazement before I figured  out how this expert bit of hunting  had been accomplished. Thc  bull whale had sounded after  sighting in on the ducks; meanwhile thc cow and the calf had  started surfacing more often,  so that it would look like there  were still three whales (this  was what I had half picked up  on when I had felt that there  was something different happening).  1 guess this little story is just  to show another example of the  case of communication and great  intelligence of these mammals.  Whitaker  The Japanese fishermen have  just recently killed thousands  of dolphins because they were  eating fish, and what is worse  they towed them out and dumped  them in deep water to rot, so  that the usage of their meat  would not affect the economy of  nearby dolphin fishermen. Just  great!!!  Hummingbirds  On January the 6th or 7th  Maryanne West saw a couple of  hummingbirds in her yard. In  past years she had seen them as  far into the winter as November,!  but this was the first time she  could remember them having  wintered here. It does seem a  bit unusual. The reason for it  may be that people arc feeding  them too long and thc birds  become dependent on the hanging feeders. It's a pity, because  I can't see how a diet of sugar  and water, without any supplement from blossoms, could be  enough to keep them healthy  through the winter.  Herons  If anyone knows where there  are any heron nests, could you  either give me or John Hind  Smith a call. My number is  886-7818 or 886-2622. and John's  is 886-9949. A member of the  Wildlife Branch was in touch  with John last week. He wants  to do a survey of the nesting  sites.  In the two heronries that I  know of. the birds have pretty  well deserted them over the past  few years in search of less  built-up surroundings, and I'm  not sure where they have moved  to. John's been phoning around  quite a bit for information as  the Wildlife Representative may  be up this week if we have  anything definite to show him,  so any help would really be appreciated.  Art Centre  Fund  NEW  TRIO  OF   ARTISTS   AT  WHITAKER HOUSE  Three artists, Scnja Boutil-  icrc. Kerttu Viitancn and Vivian  Hunt, who have never exhibited  here before, arc showing their  work together, paintings of  local scenes in oil pastel, water  colour and acrylics. February 27  to March 11.  Three large unframed non-  objective paintings in oils have  been donated by Trudy Small  for thc Sunshine Coast Arts Council Garage Sale March 18. These  paintings can be viewed at the  artist's residence, a selection  made from among 40 paintings  created in thc 196()'s. The price  is $75.00 each. All money  going toward thc Sunshine Coast  Art Centre Building Fund. For  appointment to view call T.  Small 886-2680 before March  18.  jflfefc     REAL ESTATE ; INSURANCE  ~.ORC~      wens  w  FLORON    Boim  AGENCIES ITO    B0,z3"  1589 Marine Drive Gibsons.  RON McSAVANEY  AGENT  885-3339  OFFICE: 886-2248  JOHN BLACK  886-7316  Meeting  The March meeting of Elphinstone Electors Association (formerly West Gibsons Heights  Ratepayers) will be held Thursday March 2nd at 8:00 p.m. in  the Cedar Grove Elementary  School on Chaster Road.  On thc agenda, elections of  officers; report from Regional  Board director George Gibb;  discussion of garbage disposal;  report from the Gibsons Vicinity Study Group; report on the  offer to help the Village of Gibsons explore thc possibility of  acquiring Gospel Rock for a  park and any other matters  which may be of concern to  those living in the area.  Facts About  FUNERALS  * The local funeral home'  charges no fee for pre-arranging  and recording your funeral Instructions. Thoae who have  already enrolled In Funeral  Plana or Societies, but prefer ar-  rangementa or service locally,  snook) take advantage of our  Pie-Arrangement Plan.  w The local funeral home  offers all types of services,  Funeral or Memorial, at moderate coat.  # The local funeral home  will arrange for local or distant  burials, cremations, or services  In other localities.  ��� At time of bereavement,  your first call should be to the  local funeral home, no matter  what type of arrangements yon  prefer.  for further information  write or phone:  D. A. Devlin  owner-manager  Devlin Funeral Home  1665 Seaview Rd.,  Gibsons     886-9551  BRANCH 109  ROYAL CANADIAN  LEGION  ANNOUNCES  AGRAND  'OPENING OF NEW FACILITIES DAY"  MS  (4 tA   fctfjfsP'^'  Joan Province, demonstrator of micro-wave  cookery for the Hitachi Company, takes some  beef-ka-bobs, prepared in three minutes, from  the oven at J&C Electronics during a cooking  demonstration last Saturday.  New Horizons  by Tom Walton  On Monday, February 13th,  Mrs. Lillian Sear presented a  number of color slides that centered around New Zealand. Her  tour took us into the crater of a  volcano, then spectacular ice  caves and other scenes in the  North and South Islands, finally  ending in her backyard flower  garden on Beach Avenue. Thank  you for sharing those interesting  slides with us, particularly for  many members who have never  been in the land of thc Southern  Cross.  Be advised that Square Dancing resumes again on Monday,  March 6th when our caller.  Jack Whitaker will be back on  the job leading his troupers  around. Keep in mind our Spring  Party slated for Monday. March  13th. It opens with Bingo,  followed by competitions and  musical numbers dedicated to  St.Patrick.  From our listening post, it is  understood that the Sechelt seniors are to meet the Elphinstone  New Horizons group at the Roberts Creek Community Hall for  a bowling match in the near  future. Our red carpets will  roll out a warm welcome to our  guests, but warn them that they  will meet the obstacles such as  our heavyweight champs. Terrible   Charles;    Terrific   Torn  Tricky Jack: Tenacious Jim;  Happy Harry, etc. Then our  women bowlers, "The Royal  Bombers", including Lady E.  Harrold; thc Countess L.Sear;  the Duchess Betty de Merrick  and others of their retinue who  swing a smooth ball but devastating score. Bring your own  cheerleaders. Sechelt! - we  don't need any here.  Our book Remembering Roberts Creek is receiving brisk  sales, and enthusiastic praise  for its fine quality and interesting  content. It is a great credit to thc  local group of citizens who formed  the "History of Roberts Creek  Committee" who contributed  the articles, edited the book, with  thc help of others such as pioncet  Harry Roberts; Lester Peterson;  Capt.Henry Kingslcy; Hubert  Evans: Peter Trower; etc.. all on a  voluntary basis.  This book is a Sunshine Coast  Book, forming yet another link  in thc Coast story. Its 190 pages  and 50 photographs contain a  mixture of history, pioneer  experiences familiar to any developing community with humourous stories and interesting  events in family life. Copies an  available now at your book stores  Seaview Market. Roberts Creek  or thc following Committet  members by calling 886-9863.  or 886-7297. Don't wait till it's  too late.  Job's Daughter's  by Susan Brandys  The installation of officers  of thc International Order of  Job's Daughters. Bethel #28,  took place at the Masonic Hall.  Roberts Creek on January 15th.  At the beautiful ceremony  with the theme of "Thc Impossible Dream", the newly elected  officers were installed as follows:  Honoured Queen, Marian  MacFarlane. Senior Princess.  Kim Bryson. Junior Princess.  Wendy Olscn. Guide, Carrie  Barnes, Marshal, Esther Mich-  aud.  The appointed officers are:  Recorder, Yvonne Valancius,  Chaplain. Tracy Hostland,  Treasurer, Yvonne Duncan,  Librarian. Bonnie Cole, Musician,  Rene Michaud, 1st Messenger,  Debbie Robinson. 2nd Messenger, Adrianna Meda, 3rd Messenger, Susan Brandys, 4th  Messenger, Lori Kcnnaugh,  Sth Messenger. Laura Hogan,  Senior Custodian.   Donna   Mac  Farlane. Junior Custodial  Shcrcc Wolansky. Inner Guart  Chcri Adams. Outer Guan  Karen Cole. Lady of the Light  Anne David.  Many thanks to the installii  team led by Retiring Quet  Kerry Goddard. A special than  to Narrator Mrs. Sue Rhode  Musician. Mrs. Chris Anderso  Soloist, Loretta Harrison: to t  Mother's Circle for supplying t  delicious tea after thc cercmot  and especially to all those w  stepped in at the last minute  replace officers who were  with the flu.  Congratulations      to      Re  Michaud for winning thc Mt  Pin and to Donna  MacFarln  and Chcri Adams for sharing  Ritual Award.  Thank you lo all those v  supported the Job's Daught  Auto Raffle. The draw ���  take place on February II  We hope someone from '  area will uin the new Volarc.  We are adding new displays to our  showroom and must sell various  existing display cabinets and fixtures  Sunshine  Kitchens  Showroom above Twilight Theatre  Open Thurs.-Sat. 10 - 5 or any time  by appointment  886-9411 Vern Joe of the Seehelt Renegades managed  to get the ball past a good Latinos goalie in the  soccer game played in Sechelt last Saturday.  The goal tied the game up for the Renegades  who controlled most of the play but were frustrated by an over-zealous referee.  On the rocks  by Pat Edwards  Now that our very successful open mixed bonspiel is over,  everyone has settled down to  finish thc curling season with a  flourish.  Three club bonspiels are on  tap for the month of March to  wind up one of our best curling  seasons.  March 4 and 5 sees thc ladies  taking to the ice for thc last time  this season. They arc still  looking for entries, so hurry and  get your rink on the list.  The men's club 'spiel will  run on Saturday and Sunday,  March II and 12, followed by  the club mixed 'spiel on March  18 and 19. These events are  limited to 24 rinks, and entries  will be taken on a first-come-  first-scrved basis.  Presentation of all league  awards will be made after the  finals of thc mixed 'spiel. Trophies will be awarded to the  bonspiel winners and attractive  pins have been ordered for all  league winners.  Again this year, the rink  will be open to skaters at the  close of the curling season.  Jr. Soccer    Wanderers  The Wanderers Junior met  the undefeated McSwceney Border Brokers on thc top field at  Elphinstone High School, Sunday  February 26. The weather was  beautiful and the Wanderers  Juniors pulled off a very sound  win. The fine defensive playing  of Blair Head, Gary Knowles  and Colin Risebrough and  the consistent playing of both  Mark Jacobsen and Bobbie  Nicholas helped to bring about  this win. Not to be forgotten  is our goalie, Tom Sleep, who  pulled off some beautiful saves in  goal.  The final score was 4-1, the  four goals being made by, Robbie Jonas, two, with one assist  from Corrie Mottishaw, and Ken  Kevasnycia, two, with one assist coming from Robbie Jonas.  A very enthusiastic cheering  section was present helping to  cheer the Wanderers along on  this very important win.  by Karl Johnston  Presently on the coast there  is only one 4-H club. With the  support of the community we  hope to increase this number.  The clubs that we have had a  good response in, are: Rabbit,  Outdoor Living, Small Engine,  Horse, Poultry, Horticulture,  Dog, Photography, Honeybee,  and Bicycle.  Wc have people interested  in each field, but still anyone  with experience or general  interest in thc above clubs is  encouraged to phone mc.  Membership in these clubs is  only a dollar. At least four to  six members per club are required to make these clubs a  success. We have had an excellent response from leaders and  sponsors, and expect no problem  in starting these clubs.  We explain what 4-H is in the  following paragraphs:  * A youth organization; open  to young people in British Co  lumbia from ages 9 to 19.  * An organization where the  only requirement of membership is a willingness to learn and  take part in the many and varied  club program activities.  * A club where members  hold regular meetings, elect  their own executive, and plan  their own club program,  * A family affair, where  parents give assistance in project work carried out at home.  Y- hold offices and take part  in club meetings.  0- personally manage and complete their own project.  U- meet other young people at  district, provincial and national  events.  T- serve the community, teach  younger members.  H - create their own club program.  4-H   Pledge:       I   pledge   My  Head  to  clearer  thinking,  My   Heart   to   greater   loyalty,  My   Hands   to  larger   service,  My Health to better living, for  my club, my community and my  country.  4-H Motto:    "Learn to do by  Doing".  If you are interested helping  one of the listed 4-H clubs you  are encouraged to phone me after  4 p.m. at 886-2315.  by Bamlbus & Co.  In Senior Men's Soccer action  this weekend. Elphinstone  Wanderers played a tight checking game against Vancouver's  Aga Khan. The local squad  put on a good show as they  held thc play throughout thc  game. A defensive mixup gave  thc Aga Khan's thc only goal  of the game.  Wanderers, presently on a  three-game losing streak, played  a well disciplined style of soccer  that frustrated the give and go  play of the Aga Khan team.  Forwards Corky Bland, Frank  Hoehne and Graham Chapman  had' many shots on goal and  fullback Duncan "' Campbell  blasted a free kick from 30 yards  that was tipped over thc bar by  the goal keeper at the last possible moment.  Frank Hoehne, playing in  his third game with the Wanderers, gave an outstanding  effort in the center forward  spot. Duncan Campbell and Art  Dew also played especially well.  Kerry Eldrid ended up playing  five different positions during  the game and said he enjoyed  every one of them.  In an attempt to shake the  team out of the doldrums, Terry  Duffy and Jan de Reus have  traded positions. Jan is now  coach and Terry the team manager. De Reus was pleased with  the Wanderers' play except for  the lack of goals. Hc praised  the players for their efforts as  a team.  Wanderers next action will  be on Sunday. March 5 at Langdale Field at 2:00 p.m. See  you there.  Coast  strokers  by Dennis Gray  Motocross in the Pacific  Northwest entered the 20th  century last Saturday night at  the King Dome in Seattle, by  adding one important ingredient: comfort. Over thirty-  thousand people sat in comfort  indoors to watch a young but  well-experienced supercross  star from California take first  place. Marty Tripps. who changes  bike brands with almost each  race, and is well known for his  unique stand up riding style,  had much of the crown standing  up also.  There was no dust, no rain,  no mud. noise was within bearable limits, and everyone could  see all thc track. Even if one  had to leave his scat, the action  was brought to you with closed  circuit T.V. sets in thc halls and  washrooms. The action was  sorted out for the non-enthusiast  by a good announcer. Complete  restaurant meals could be purchased or refreshments could  be bought at vour seats from  vendors. At $8.00 - 10.00 per  seat, the price was right for  live entertainment.  In fact, constructing and dismantling the huge track could be  very entertaining. Also, the floor  is first cpvered with plastic,  then plywood. Then hills, jumps,  and berms arc built of timbers  and plywood. The whole track  is then covered with thousands  of yards of soil. The makeup  of this soil is closely mixed and  controlled to give just the right  track conditions.  Perhaps one day supercross  will come to Vancouver. Till  then keep stroking.  TOTS & MOMS \  NEW Spring Fashions  Coast News, February 28,1978.  7.  Strikes and Spares  by Bud Mulcaster  We finished the House Round  of the Thomas Adams Tournament last Sunday and formed the  teams to go into the zone finals  at Squamish. The teams are:  Ladies first team; Dolores O'-  Donaghey. Donnie Redshaw.  Dot Robinson. Kathy Clark and  Orbit deLos Santos; second team;  Lisa Kincaid, Karen Sopow.  Penny McClymont, Hazel Skytte  and Bonnie McConnell; third  team, Melody Kirsch, Diane  Coates, Gloria Tourigny, Alice  Smith and Dianne Fitchcll.  Men's first team, Stan Turner,  Frank Redshaw, Art Smith.  Bob McConnell and Freeman  Reynolds; second team, George  Francis, Gary Fitchcll. George  Watt. Mel Buckmaster and Larry  Braun.  In League action, Paddy Richardson was the star in the Gibsons 'A' league rolling games of  294-278 and 315 for a three game  total of 887. In the Ball and  Chain, Freeman Reynolds, bowling very well this year, had games  of 304 and 313 for an 813 triple  and Vic Marteddu got hot in the  Phuntastique League with a  325 single and 810 for three.  In the Senior Y.B.C. League  Michele Solinsky rolled a 308  single and icon Phillips had a  302 single. Ken Skytte was  almost there with a 293 high  single and 791 for three also in  thc Ball and Chain League.  Arriving Daily  JLoudLuJ>tAcL  girls underwear      hasarrived  bringing with it T-Bird underwear for boys  sizes 2-14  L  Take It To The Street  YAMAHA  for 78  HOG   id DIGS    Point Atkinson  Tue.Feb.28  Thurs.Mar.2  Sat.Mar.4  0230               8.3  0435              I0.3  0220  13.7  0830              14.5  1005              13.9  0725  11.0  1535               5.2  1735               4.5  1205  13.4  2200              12.8  Frl.Mar.3  1945  3.7  Wcd.Mar.l  0110              13.2  Sun.Mar.S  0330                9.4  0545              10.9  0315  14.2  0915               14.2  1100               13.6  0840  10.6  1625               4.8  1835                4.1  1325  13.4  2335              12.9  2040  3.5  GIBSONS LANES-���  14.7  Ljj^&    Hwy 101,   886-2086  0935  1435  9.8  13.6  2140  3.4  s    ^SPw*JF  OPEN  aauV    '-I^W.  Friday & Saturday 7 -  11 p.m.  Sunday 2-5p.m. and 9  11 p.m.  Most complete line ever - 75 to 750 cc  with a good selection of mid-size street bikes.  Last year's prices while stock lasts.  Good selection of Trials MX and Enduro  USED SPECIALS  75C.C.Street        $199.00        380 Street $695.00  650 Triumph $650.00        500 Kawasaki $650.00  C0QST CVCLS  Sechelt 885-2030  DL01485B  Powell River 487-9936  DL01485A  Classic   League   report   next  week.  Highest Totals: Tuesday  Coffee: Carol Tetzlaff 243-658;  Lee Larscn 246-654;Dolorcs  O'Donaghcy 258-674; Nora Solinsky 270-712 Swingers: Belle  Wilson 231-569; Alice Smith 198-  583; Art Smith 291-581; Hugh  lnglis 239-661 Gibsons 'A':  Pag Hogg 257-646; Kathy Clark  268-646; Paddy Richardson  315-887; Larrv Braun 263-702;  Romy Talento 254-703 Wednesday Coffee; June Fraiulscn  260-674; Marion Reeves 277-  685; Darlene Maxfield 251 -  710; Nora Solinsky 285-769  Ball & Chain: Gloria Tourigny  234-626;   Dianne   Fitchcll   286-  692; Ken Skytte 293-791; Freeman Reynolds 313-81.1 Phuntastique: Kay Butler 225-642;  Orbita   deLos   Santos   268-718:  Art Holden 264-750;  Vic Marteddu .125-810 Legion;  Carole Skvtte 265-694; Dianne  Fitchcll 298-750; Mickey Jav  246-641; Billy Vaughn 260-648;  Ken Skytte 275-658 Y.B.C.  Bantams: Tracy Skytte 134-  264; Debbie Turner Pl-314;  Gary Tetzlaff 148-258;  Danny Hurrcn 14.1-262: Dwayne  Turner 194-308 Juniors: Carmella  delos Santos 201-495; Glen Han-  char 149-44" Seniors: Michele  Solinsky .108-64.1; Sam Phillips  .102-693; Geofl Spcncc 262-  702.  PILEDRIVER WORKING  In the Secret Cove - Pender Harbour  area. Piling orders on new or used now  being taken. Good prices. Free estimates.  886-2875  HANSON MARINE CONTRACTORS LTD  */*,���  PILEDRIVING BREAKWATERS  ANCHORS HEAVY LIETING  SALVAGE JCONSTRUCTION  GAMBIER  ISLAND  R.R.3 GIBSONS BC.  886-2875  G0Q.T CVCLC!  1977  DEALER OF THE YEAR  XS750    |  SPECIAL! |  .J  18th Annual  Hi NEIGHBOUR  BRAND NAME APPLIANCE  February 6 - March 31,1978  Be a winner at our 1978  Hi Neighbour Sale!  Major savings on natural  gas and propane      appliances  YOU"  iSAVE       $100ion INTERCITY  * FURNACES  r ��� 1*PT .i4l   IMM    i  SAVE $6600on ranges  SAVE $7600 on washers  SAVE $5600 on dryers  SAVE $3100on water heaters  SAVE 20%  on brand name dishwashers,  pool heaters, refrigerators,  gas grills, RV equipment and  camping gear  FIRST PLACE FOR VALUE  Your Canadian Propane dealer  TOTAL PROPANE SERVICE!  I CANADIAN I  CANADIAN PROPANE  GAS & OIL LTD.  Service throughout Canada Coast News, February 28,1978.  The delight about  Gibsons  new acquisition  is  apparent in thc face of this young miss as she  romps around the Gibsons pool which opened  last weekend.  More letters to the editor   Continued From Page Three  the Federal "fuddle-duddle",  which dearly elicits underlying  arrogance, if not open contempt.  Take the Right Honourable  Jean Creticn, Minister of Finance. Honourable. I sincerely  trust; but Right? Time will tell  in regard to thc economy, but his  obvious drive to meet thc thes-  pian challenge of T.V. in the  House, and in so doing, present  a forthright image, brings disturbing shadows to mind. I have  read more than one speculation  by observers that he might  be a possibility for leadership  replacement. You can be sure  that hc has already shown one  characteristic of recent leadership. On a recent nation-wide  telecast, he remarked with  vehemence that "Levesque can  say any "bleep-bleep" thing  he wants and thc English Press  will print it."  The language used is offensive  and insults the intelligence.  Coming from one who may pre-  tend   to   statesmanship,   it   is  BONNIEBROOK LODGE  ������'��� J 'j       ������������k fe��� ���'��� -  J [>     'rOtmQ  i  P^^-Vr'  On the Beautiful Sunshine Coast at Gower Point  ��� Guestrooms (Breakfast Included)  ��� Dining Room   886-9033  Your Hostess  Connie Achterberg  doubly so. The prospect of one  new "bleep-bleep" for one used  "fuddle-duddle" is dreary.  Ed Burritt  Gospel Roek  Editor:  Enclosed is a composition I  did when 1 was attending Elphinstone School. In all probability  this place that 1 write about  will be stripped for some new  development. Don't let this  happen to Gospel Rock, too.  It would be a tragedy to see  those beautiful arbutus trees  destroyed in order to widen the  road. Instead it should be  preserved for everyone to enjoy  it.  West Vancouver has its Marine  Drive and Gibsons has its own  scenic drive around Gospel  Rock. Pat Ranson (nee Gust)  MY THINKING PLACE  Whenever anything goes  wrong or I can't quite figure  a thing out, I like to get away and  to try to come to my senses, so  to speak. To be able to do this.  I have to gct away from all distractions.  To go to my thinking place,  1 have to go down Charman's  Road. After going a fair distance.  1 come to two roads, and I take the  one on the right. I follow this  road right to thc end, and there  it is, my thinking place.    It is  It's no different today. Coast News Classified ads are still the place to turn to when you  wish to buy or sell campers, tents, vacation  equipment or anything else.  in a clearing, and quite high up,  on a sort of cliff. From here,  1 can see over the Bay and the  Strait of Georgia. Just seeing this  sight relieves most of my tensions. The only sounds 1 hear are  thc singing of birds and the whisper of wind through the trees.  To mc, this is the most peaceful  place on earth.  There's a rock near the edge of  the cliff, on which 1 sit and gaze  across thc water.  If 1 don't need to think things  out, I sometimes go to this  spot just to enjoy the scenery.  I haven't yet come back from my  thinking place without feeling  relieved or inspired, whatever  the cause of my going there may  have been. My thinking place  truly serves its purpose well.  Scouting  Dear Sir:  I am writing this letter to  everyone presently or formerly  involved in thc Scouting Movement. Thc Sechelt Group Committee has il'-problem, which is(L  lack of piwcnt support, There are  59 boys enrolled in Beavers,  Cubs, Scouts and Ventures in  Sechelt. and at our Parent  Committee meetings we have  5 or 6 faithful and tiring parents  turning out. We have had to  cancel two and perhaps three  of our Money Raising Projects  because not one parent would  offer to give a few hours of time.  Thc money raised all goes to  Scouting Activities. Our Ventures rccenllv went to a Winter  craft supplies and food all cost  over .100 young people attended.  The boys and leaders returned  enthusiastic and excited about  thc possibilities for further such  activities. However, it costs  money! The District Scouts and  Ventures are camping at Mix-  all Lake early in March. Supplies  such as Medical Kits, tents.  Craft supplies and food all cost  money! The Cubs are planning  a weekend camp. The Beavers  are planning to attend a District Bcaverec. This costs money!  Where arc the parents of our  59 boys? Wc need help! Can  anyone formerly in Scouting offer  us help or suggestions? We meet  at St.Hilda's Hall the firsl Monday of each month at 8:00 p.m.  Please, if you feci Scouting is  important for your son and the  community, support the boys!!  Roberta Foxall  Film Board  Request  Dear Sir:  I am writing you with the hope  that you will publish a request  forme.  I am in the process of making  a film for the National Film  Board. It is an education documentary on the history of logging in B.C. I am concerned with  thc period 1850 - 1950 and am  trying to find old photos, drawings, newspaper illustrations  and archival film footage. While  much is available from various  archives and collections, most  material seems to be concerned  with machinery and many of the  photos are posed and static.  The focus of this film is the  men who worked in the woods,  Iheir customs and lifestyles on  thejobandoff.  What I need are pictures  that are relaxed and casual,  candid. Pictures that show the  men in the bunkhouses playing  cards, drinking, and having fun.  Pictures of the men in town.  I would like to appeal to your  readers to get in contact with  me if they have any material  that could be useful. While  only a token payment can be  made, wc will acknowledge their  help in thc credits of the film  and will restore deteriorating  photos as best we can. Any  material uses, will, of course, be  handled very carefully and protected by duplication and the ori-'  ginal picture will be returned  promptly.  If you will publish this request.  1 would be most grateful.   1 can  be contacted at:  Mr. Svend-Erik Erikscn,  The   National   Film   Board   of  Canada.  801-736 Granville Street.  Vancouver. B.C. V6Z 1G3  Telephone: 666-3838 (collect)  Thank you very much.  Svend-Erik Eriksen,  Director  and your  CLASSIFIED  AD  Blankets  British  Columbia  & Yukon  Place a 25-word classified ad with this paper  and tell us you want to "Blanket British  Columbia and Yukon". We will handle it lor  you. Your ad will appear in most of the  member papers of our British Colunbia-Yukon  Community Newspapers Association.  Ask Us  About  It Now I  A Circulation of close to  290,000  FOR ONLY $55.00  A Special Ad Service Especially For Our Customers  iMif  Bob Cotter's Grade 4 Photography Club from Cedar Grove  camera. Picture was taken by a member of the club.  Kickapoo Joy Juice  by Klahowya  One of thc best cultural investments Sunshine Coasters can  make is a membership in thc Vancouver Public Aquarium. Annual  fees are $15.00 for individuals  and $20.00 for families. Your  membership gives you the following: free admission throughout the year, members only  film nights, previews of new  animals and exhibits, free subscription to thc Aquarium Publications,   10%  discount on  all  purchases at the Clam Shell  Gift Shop and the opportunity  to join local collecting trips, and  research expeditions. Our family goes at least four times a  year. This past weekend we enjoyed the special exhibit on diving  equipment along with thc usual  live performances by thc Killer  Whales and Ihe Belugas.  Another "best" cultural  investment that you might be  interested in is thc folk dancing  Hydro Again  Editor:  The following is a condensation of a letter written to Mr.  Bayne Vance. Pest Control  Branch. Surrey. B.C. It gives  objections to B.C.Hydro's  application to carry out airborne  spraying operations of their  power line right-of-way between  Earl Cove and Madeira Park.  Fisheries:  All lakes and most stream and  creek mouths in this area nurture  valuable spawning beds. As all  these creeks descend across  thc right-of-way they would be  infected if spraying were carried out. No herbicides should  enter these-spawning beds!  Wildlife:  As this area's wildlife is already depleted for other reasons,  it follows that the situation should  not be further aggravated. Do  not poison drinking water and  feed!  Forestry:  Spraying kills seedlings and  can even damage or deform  older  trees.     Manual   clearing  could preserve the land tor  productive uses, such as Christinas tree farming, lodge pole  griming, etc. Do nol kill this  land with herbicides!  Agriculture:  Many people along the right-  of-way have small orchards and  depend upon vegetables from  kitchen-gardens. Spraying  which went awry could ruin  them. Wc have the right to  enjoy untainted frails and vegetables. Don't spray near our  homes!  Health and Welfare:  Dozens of permanent and thou-  sandsjof summer residents drink  these waters. To protect thc  purity of the waler. health  authorities have imposed stringent waste and sewage disposal  controls. Let these same authorities be as demanding with  Hydro! We should not be  FORCED to Ingest ANY amount  of herbicide!  In conclusion, sir, I request  your hoard refuse Hydro's application!  P.V.Brodeur  OPEN 4-11       Tuesday  to Sunday  Closed Mondays  SMORGASBORD      Fri.,   Sat.,   Sun.,  UALfrlOON INN  8 miles north of Sechelt on Hwy 101  Please phone for reservations  885-5500  Elementary School pose for the  class held every Monday evening  from 8:00 - 10:00 p.m. al Sechelt  Elementary Gymnasium. Tuition is free and thc instruction  excellent. Nancy McLeod, Adrian Bclshaw, and Shirley Kuciuk  lead their fellow folk dancers  in runs, jumps, hops, skips  and sometimes impossible steps  set to music from around the  world. Ever tried the Virginia  Keel. Pata Pata, Hora, Troika,  Limbo Rock. Salty Dog Rag?  There arc also innumerable  unpronounceable dances you can  learn from thc Ukraine, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Poland, Russia, Israel, and many other  countries.  A third best cultural investment is a membership In the main  branch of thc Vancouver Public  Library. For $25.00 per year  you have full library privileges  including the borrowing of paintings and prints.  If you like planning ahead,  mark off May 29 ��� June 4 as a  must for children and adults  interested in theatre. Groups  from around the world will be  performing in huge circus tents  At Vanier Park. The festival will  also feature workshops, seminars  and exhibits that will include  mime and puppetry.  Gulls: Wc have 17 species  in the Pacific Northwest. The  more common gulls include the  Glaucous-winged, Herring.  Mew and Bonaparte. Next time  you're out for a walk listen to  thc gulls. Some calls are the  low-pitched "kak-kack-kack"  and "kecr-keer" of the Glaucous-  winged gull and thc "hi-ya"  and loud "yuk-yuk" of thc Herring gull.  As always, 1 am looking for  contributions to thc joy juice.  If you have something to share  whether it's serious or trivial,  drop me a line care of thc Coast  News.  NOP  Gibsons Harbour Area  Great Canadian and  British Paperbacks  886-7744  ��� -f* *l* ^r* ^* f* *T* m^ *T* *T* *t* *P *#* ^p *!**!  HOMEOWNERS  BUILDERS  CONTRACTORS  ONE   STOP  SERVICE  Let us help you colour co-ordinate  your #   Counters  V   Cabinets  &   Flooring  (carpets or Lino)  #   Draperies  ONE CALL DOES IT ALL !  - DESIGN - CONSULTATIONS - FREE ESTIMATES -  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  886-9411  KENDEVRIES & SON LTD.  886-7112 Coast News, February 28,1978.  Classified Ad Policy  All listings 50* per line per week.  or use the Economical 3 (or 2 rate  3 weeka for the price of 2  Minimum $2.00 per  Insertion.  All feea payable prior to Insertion.  CLASSIFIED DEADLINE  NOON SATURDAY  ��� In the event of an error the  publisher shall be responsible for  one corrected insertion only.  Thla offer la nude available for private Individuals.  TheeeClaaelflcatJoiis  ��� face  Event*  Lost  Print you ad In Ihe sqaaree Including the price of the Item and your telephone number. Be sue to leave a blank apace after each word.  No phone ordera Please. Jnat mall In the coupon below accompanied by cash, cheque  or money order, to Coast Newa, Oaaalfleda, Box 460, Gibsons, B.C. VON 1VO, or  bring n person to the Coast New* office, Gibsons  DROP OFF POINTS: Campbell's Shoes & Leather Goods Store, Sechelt  Westersund's Chemists .Pender Harbour.  Coming Events    Announcements Announcements        Wanted Work Wanted  Coast News  Classifieds  Box 460, Gibsons, B.C.  CLASSIFICATION:  VON 1VO                                         Eg. For Sale, For Rent, etc.  GIBSONS WILDLIFE CLUB  Regular general meetings 1st  Wednesday of each month. 7:30  p.m. at Clubhouse. . tfn  WOMEN'S CENTRE  Roberts Creek, 885-3711. Drop-in  library, information, Thursdays  11:00-4:00. tfn  COMINGEVENTS*)***  Friday. March 3:   World Day of  Prayer. Calvary Baptist Church,  Gibsons, 1:30 p.m. All Welcome.  m  Associate Members Branch 140  Next General Meeting will be  held 8:00 p.m.. March 7th,  Sechelt Legion Hall. New members welcome. #10  R.C.L. Ladies Auxiliary rummage  sale. March 4th. 10 till 2. Legion  Hall in Gibsons. #9  DEADLINE SATURDAY NOON������  The Lion's Share of Personal Sale Items  can be Found Under Close Scrutiny  Only In the Coast News Classifieds  If It's a Tradesman or Professional  Service that you require be sure to look  first In the Sunshine Coast Business  Directory.  Find Out About  the BAHA'I FAITH  Phone 886-7355 or 886-2078.  Wilson Creek Community Services Meeting. 2nd Monday of  every month at the W.C. Comm.  Hall at 8:00 p.m. Coffee served.  Announcements  Saturday, March 4th, 2:00 p.m.,  Elphinstone School piano recital  by the students of Susan Elek.  All are Welcome!  LIFE DRAWING CLASS  Tuesday nights, 7:30 p.m. Room  118. Drop by. Average cost of  $2.00 a night. 886-9737. Also  wanted: male nude models.  886-9737  GRANDCHILDREN COMING TO  VISIT???  Rent a crib, bassinet,'high chair,  buggv stroller, swing, etc.  886-2809. #10  GRANTHAMS LANDING  IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT  The Annual General Meeting  will be held at 7:30 p.m.,  March 25, 1978, in the Granthams Landing Community  Hall. #9  INTHEMUSUEM  Penny Plain, Twopence Colored  A display of original Victorian  toy theatres popular in Britain  in the early 19th Century. A  colorful and whimsical look into  19th Century leisure activity.,  Elphinstone Pioneer Musuem,  Gibsons. Saturdays 9:00 a.m. to  3:00 p.m. until March 11        #10  NEW BAND  Sunshine Coasl Sea Cadet and  Navy League Corp are in course  of forming a band. Any old  instrument would be welcome  even on a loan basis. For information or collection please phone  Eric White at 886-7097 or Ted  Fitzgerald at 885-2970. #9  1 would like to thank all my  friends and customers who  helped make my store such a  success. Please drop by and see  the new owner. Bruce.  Thanks again - Shelley, Music-  weavers.  We have successfully concluded  3 courses of our series of 4 in  VEGETARIAN FOOD PREPARATION  1) Whole Grain Bread Baking  2) Healthy Christmas Baking  3) Meatless Dinners  Join now our fourth course  ENERGY. HEALTH. BEAUTY.in  MEATLESS MEALS with emphasis on thc young family, offered  by retired teacher - Sechelt.  Monday or Tuesday 3 hrs for 8  weeks, starting March 13, 1978.  Fee $30.00, ingredients included.  IO"'" discount with group registration of at least 4 participants.  Thc Basic - Recipe - Method  teaches how to make economically each meal a happy event.  Turn your kitchen into a fascinating laboratory, never boring.  Learn the relationship of food,  body and mind! Be aware of this  power laid in your hands. Use it  consciously, responsibly, wisely!  Register from March 7. For information phone, eves, 885-2546.  #9  Adam and Joan McBride wish  to thank all thc good people at  St.Mary's for their wonderful  care of Adam. Special gratitude  to Dr.Walton. John Harvey and  Keith Baker. #9  Up lhc Creek thank thc Gales  Hockey    Club    for    honouring  our contract despite cancellation  of dance.  Hahle Gerow  Ken Dalglcish  Andv McLean  Michael & Mikal  Technology 12 class at Elphinstone require old wood stoves''  heaters, parts etc. for students lo  work on project to perfect wood  heaters. For pick-up: 886-2204 #9  Double row-boat, preferably  lapstrake, pink wash basin,  sewing machine, vacuum cleaner.  Phone 886-2658 #9  WANTED  Up the Creek  #9  THANK YOU*****  Oncy De Camp and Marie Scott  wish lo thank Dr.Hobson and  Dr.lnglis. -for their care and  kindness during the long illness  of Sally Thompson. Special  thanks to the nurses whose  care was so appreciated, and  to thc many faithful friends.      #9  The Sunshine Coast Figure  Skating Association is presenting  an ice Carnival on Friday. March  17th at 7:00 p.m. and Sunday.  March 19th at 6:30 at the Sunshine Coast Arena. tfn  On behalf of the Carby family  we wish to extend our deepest  appreciation to thc many friends  and concerned people for their  kind expression of sympathy  concerning our late husband and  father, E.C.Carby and our thanks  to the doctors and staff of St.  Mary's Hospital.  Wanted  IFjrnlture  or What Have Vou  AL'S  USED FURNITURE  WE BUY BEER  BOTTLES  Gibsons BB6-2812  Wanted to buy: used cement  mixer ��� 885-3403. evenings.      #9  Wanted '/j to 3 acres, reasonably  priced land within 10 miles of  Sechelt.Prefer south exposure,  will pay cash leave number at  885-3727, or write Box 1226.  Sechelt, B.C. #10  HELP  St. Mary's Physiotherapy Dept,  again has issued all of its crutches  to members of our community,  Mr. Hunter, our Head Physiotherapist, would very much appreciate it if crutches no longer  used or needed could be returned  to the Hospital as soon as  possible. #9  Good used piano bv United  Church Women. 886-2644        #9  Timber Wanted plus Aider  Poles bought and sold. Let us  give you an estimate. D & O Log  Sorting Ltd. Phone 886-7890 or  886-7700.  24" resaw or shake blocks. $150.  a cord. Leave message at  885-2686 or after 6 p.m. at  885-5374. #13  Cheap canoe  12'   ���   14'  886-9981  Call  #9  Light  I'utv   utility  trailer  with  short wheels. 885-9294. #9  Help  WantoT  Get Ready fur Spring!  Fruit tree pruning, gardens dug.  pcrrcnials divided. ALSO 1-ton  truck for hire, light moving and  hauling. 886-9294. tfn  HIGGS MARINE SURVEYS LTD.  Insurance claims, condition and  valuation surveys. Serving the  Sunshine Coast and B.C. Coastal  Waters. Phone:     885-9425.  885-9747. 885-3643. 886-9546, tfn  Bob Kelly Clean Up Ltd.  A load on Ihis truck  Is a load off your mind I  886-943.1    ' tin  Fully Qualified Electrician  ���.V Free Estimates ���..���  886-2546 tfn  * CAT-BACKHOE *  GRAVEL TRUCK AVAILABLE  Land clearing, Septic systems  886-9633 886-9365  Fast, Clean, Efficient  CHIMNEY CLEANING  Vacuum equipped. 886-7785. tfn  For Explosive Requirements:  dynamite, electric or regular  caps, B line E cord and safety  fuse, contact Gwen Nimmo.  Cemetery Road. Gibsons. I'hone  886-7778. Howe Sound Farmers  Institute. #7tfn  INCOME TAX SERVICE  Personal and Business  File early, avoid the rush.  886-2821 I0-'lp.m.or5-8p.m. #9  Most trees, like pets, need care  and attention and trees are our  speciality.  * Topping  * Limbing  * Danger tree removal  An insured guaranteed service.  Peerless Tree Services Ltd.  885-2109  Governess   for    two   children. Moving & Hauling  3'/j   and  5   years   old.   Live-in Gardening.   Rubbish   Removal,  wage negotiable, Gibsons area. House   and   Garden   clean-ups.  467-6861.' #9 886-9503 #10  Sunshine Coast Business Directory  ********* automotive *********  NEED TIRES''  Come in lo  COASTAL TIRES  df IheSBENDSon Highway tot  Phone 886-2700  T****** BUILDING SUPPLY ********  ��ufst eitttnc Itb.  ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING & CONTRACTING  Serving Sechelt, Gibsons, Roberts Creek & Madeira Park  806-3133  J. McKenzie Ron Blair, P. Eng.  Porpoise Bay Rd. PP. Box 387 Sechelt   V0N3A0.  Gibsons        IfMlVBE ELECTRIC 1tJ.\      886-7605  RESIDENTIAL-COMMERCIAL-INDUSTRIAL  Maintenance Electronics    Pole Line  "POW6fl   TO   THE   PEOPLE"  **********    EXCAVATING     *******  ' CUSTOM BACKHOEWORK *"  SEPTIC TANKS INSTALLED  Government Approved  Free Estimates  Excavations - Drainage Waterlines. etc.  Pti 8B5-2921 Roberls  Creek  *******0MISC. SERVICES *********  ZB/ar* QcapRvX  * Commercial Screen-Printing  * Custom T-Shirts 886-2640  MACK'S NURSERY  SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY  Shrubs, Fruit Trees, Plants  Landscaping, Pruning Trees, Peat Moss & Fertilizer  Licensed lor Pesticide Spraying  P. M. GORDON  B.C. LAND SURVEYOR  P.O. Box 609  Sechelt, B.C.  Bus. 885-2332  Res. 886770J  Gibsons Girl S Guvs  Downtown Gibsons  ii  Complete Professional Hair Care  it Painless Ear Piercing 886-2120j  THIs  SPA  CE  iSforR  ent  ��fwwl  \ nawummiu I  Jellvery Phone 886-9221  Fancy Panels, Insulation, Doors, Bltolda,  Construction Plywood, and all Accessories.  Highway 101, Gibsons  J.B.EXCAVATING  886-9031  Water, sewer, drainage Installation   lvv^  ��� Dump Truck ��� Backhoe V\  ,  ��� Cat* Land Clearing V��5e>NsV  ��� Free Estimates ��� Septic Fields   SsSsESB  ********* CARPENTRY  CADRE CONSTRUCTION LTD.  Framing, remodelling, additions  HOUSES BUILT TO COMPLETION-  >ayne Road, Gibsons 886-2311  STANHILSTAD ROOFING  DUROID. SHAKES  ORREROOfING  iibsons        R.R. 1, Port Mellon Highway       Phone 886-2923  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE  &CABINETSHOP  Custom Built Cablnetsand Fixtures it 30 Years Experience  Expert Finishing   ���frKMchen Remodelling A Specialty  185-3417  R.BIRKIN  Beach Ave.,   Roberts Creek  885-3310  ANDREA8SEN    ELECTRIC  (GIBSONS CO.) Serving the Sunshine Cosit  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Per Andreassen 886-9439  General Delivery Granthams Landing, B.C.  J  T*  L & H SWANSON Ltd.  Sand and Gravel  BACKHOES  Ditching - Excavations - Ready-Mix Concrete  w 885-9666        Porpoise Bay Road        Box 172, Sechelt, B.C.  R & B BULLDOZING & BACKHOE  GRAVELTRUCK  Septic Systems   Land Clearing  866-9633 or 886-9365  ********** Cabinets **********  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  CABINETS ��� REMODELLING  Showroom in Twilight TheatreBldg. 886-9411  W. W. UPHOLSTERY & BOAT TOPS LTD.  Everything for your upholstery needs  ������ ����....   FOAM-PLEXIGLASS SALES      ,__,to  886-7310 " 1779Wyngacrt^  THOMAS HEATING  WERSERVICE  886-7111  Quality Farm & Garden Supply Ltd.i.  886-7527  PratlRd.,  Gibsons  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES  Port Mellon to Oles Cove  885-9973 8B6 293B  Commercial Containers available  TREE TOPPING  VIEW DEVELOPMENTS LTD  Clean up your wooded areas.  Remove lower limbs lor VIEW  Top tall trees adjacacent to building  Marv Volen  886-959/  * Feed  * Pet Food  * Fencing  * Fertilizer  ******** ELECTRIC ***********      ********* PLUMBING **********  J  RAYCOATESPLUMBING  886-7695  Contract Renovations & Service Work  SEASIDE PLUMBING  PLUMBING - PIPEFITTING - STEAMFITTING  HOT WATER HEATING  886-7017  All Work Guaranteed  CARMI CRANE SERVICE  Industrial or Residential Lifting  Phone  886-2401 or 886-2312  Gutters Phone: Eaves Troughs  CUSTOM CRAFT PRODUCTS  Commercial M5"2992  Residential  MOVING AND STORAGE  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER Ltd.  Household Moving 8, Storage Complete Packing  Phone tmb-2664  Packing Materials tor Sale  Member Allied Van Lines    RR  I.Gibsons  JOHN HIND-SMITH  REFRIGERATION & MAJOR APPLIANCE SERVICE  Port Mellon to Pender Harbour  Res. 886-9949  Maintenance  Continuous  GIBSONS LAWN MOWER &  CHAIN SAW SERVICE 886-2912  Gibsons Industrial Park, #5, Shaw Rd.  "Repairs to all makes"  PERMATRUSS FABRICATORS EaSmtai  (Gibsons) Ltd. 886-7318  Located next to Windsor Plywood p q gox 743  At rear of Shannon Industrial Supplies Gibsons, B.C.  DOGWOOD CHI  ��� Breakfast  ��� Lunches  ��� Dinners  886-2888 J  Gibsons, B.C.' 10.  Coast News, February 28,1978.  Work Wanted     Work Wanted Personal  ROTO-  TILLING  Let Me Prepare Your  Garden or  Lawn  Area  Call Ted  886-  2821  CARPENTER:  ��� Stairs  ��� Decks  ��� Fences  ��� Siding  ��� Painting  ��� Sheds  ��� Skirting for Trailers  ��� Free Estimates  886-2737  DISCERNING ADULTS: Shop  discreetly by mail. Send $1.00  for our latest fully illustrated  catalogue of marital aids for  both ladies and gentlemen.  Direct Action Marketing Inc.  Dept. U.K., P.O. Box 3268,  Vancouver, B.C. V6B 3X9.      tfn  For Sale  Medium   size   chain   saw.886-  2737 #9  #11  TELEPHONE  ANSWERING  SERVICE  886-7311  LIVESTOCK  Persona/  HORSESHOEING  Bob Hopkins  Call 886-9470 eves.        #41  For Sale  4 burner propane stove with  oven, wood or garbage burner  on one side, bottom boiler,  excellent condition - $150.  886-2808 after 6 p.m. #9  Large baby gate -$7.00; mesh  fire screen 28'x36' ��� $15.00.  886-2644 #9  Get ready for spring, Gardener ���  experienced in bed preparation,  pruning, transplanting. Leave  message for Dave. 885-3464.   #11  Alcoholics Anonymous meetings,  Gibsons Athletic Hall. 8:30 p.m.  Every Monday. 886-9059 or  886-9904 for information.       #26  For Private Use or Business  AUTOVEST  Before you buy, Investigate the advantages of this rent-to-  own plan. All monies paid apply to purchase. Why tie  up your cash or borrowing power? 1st and last months  rentanddrlveaway.  EXAMpLES  Based on 36 month lease  76 F250 pickup  $148 per mo.  Total $5328.  Lease end Price  $2175.  or simply return  78 Camera HT  $139 per mo.  Total $5004.  Lease end Price  $2025.  or simply return  78 Fiesta 3 DR  $99 per mo.  Total $3564.  Lease end Price  $1400.  or simply return  77EconolineVan  $136 per mo.  Total $4896.  Lease end Price  $1975.  or simply return  78 Zephyr Sedan  $124 per mo.  Total $4464.  Lease end Price  $1825.  or simply return  78F1504X4  $155 per mo.  Total $5580.  Lease end Price  $2275.  or simply return  78C100ChevPU  $129 per mo.  Total $4644.  Lease end Price  $1875.  or simply return  78 Dodge Van  $129 per mo.  Total $4644.  Lease end Price  $1875.  or simply return  78 Olds Cutlass  $139 per mo.  Total $5004.  Lease end Price  $2025.  or simply return  For further information CALL COLLECT  GILLE   CHAMPAGNE    987-7111  Belmont Leasing Ltd.  1160 Marine Drive  North Vancouver, B.C. D00479A  1 Simplicity 7-h.p. rototiller  tractor; lnglis dryer 230V; 18  cu.ft.chest freezer; 1 wringer  washer; small spin washer;  G.E.automatic washer; 16 cu.ft.  frost free fridge; 1 hostess  chair; wooden table and 4 chairs.  Phone 886-9959. tfn  Single bed with box spring.SSO.OO  Double bed with head board,  $50.00   Phone 885-3773.       #10  Professional Ear Piercing  Fast and Painless, lovely birth-  stone studs and Pewter earrings. Gibsons Girl at Guys  Salon, Lower Gibsons. Call  8(6-2120. tfn  GOOD MIXED HAY  20 bale lots. $1.50 per bale.  886-2887 or 886-9033. tfn  FOR SALE  Compost Hay - 1.00 per bale  20 bale minimum.886-2887 #9tfn.  Doing   your   own   upholstery?  We have all supplies.  Need a new mattress? Try foam I  All sizes.  Custom Tire Covers - See our  samples at: W.W. UPHOLSTERY  li BOAT TOPS LTD. So6-7310#6tf  APPLIANCES  Trade In your old appliances  on the new HOTPOINT Line  at the new MACLEODS Store  In Sechelt.  SECHELT TAX SERVICE.Your  local tax man on CowrieStreet,  Sechelt.  9:30-5:30  Tuesday-Saturday  tfn  30" electric range, very clean,  $35.00. Single laundry tub on  legs, $10.00.886-7559.        #7tfn  ^MUSIC WEAVERS  USED  RECORDS.POCKET BOOKS,  GUITARS  &  Musical Accessories  Lower Gibsons  <\       886-9737        (  FORSALE������*  Skiis. poles, boots, size 7'/i  $25. 1972 Toyota, Corona,  standard transmission, fair  condition. Will take best offer  around $800. Ski Boots size  l0'/i - excellent condition -  $30. 886-2207 or 886-7995.      #11  Twin 16* speaker, amplifier  unit with separate control box,  4 input jacks, separate volume  tremolo reverb. First $100.00  takes it.886-7591 after 6 p.m.  #9  Used Canadian Stamps. 100  different $5.00; two hundred  $10.00; three hundred, $15.00.  130 U.S.A.,$5.00. Merit Stamps.  Box 978 Gibsons. #11  For Rent  One bedroom furnished duplex  on beach, Mission Point. Non-  smokers, $125 per month, to  June 1st. Phone 278-2901      #10  2 bdrm water front cottage,  fully furnished. West Sechelt.  $225. 885-3991 after 5 p.m.       #9  Condominium: Three bedrooms  plus family room, l'/i baths,  carpets, $300. per mo. Call  886-2703. tfn  2-bedroom home, fireplace, oil  space heat. One mile from Gibsons. $200 per month. Available  April 1.886-7226 #9  ���2 b.r. SxS Waterfront "Duplex,  unfurnished ��� available Mar I.  Sorry no dogs. 886-2887       #9tfn  4 V-U  LORR1E GIRARD  886-7760  JONMcRAE  885-3670  CHRIS KANKAINEN ARNE PETTERSEN  885-3545 886-9793  LANGDALE' 4 31 acres. Excellenl  holding property no.nl across from  the ferry terminal. Langdale Creek  is the eastern boundary ol this pro-  perly W9.500  HOMES  CHASTER ROAD Three bedroom lull  basemeni homo nestled in Ihe trees for  privacy Five largo skylights provide a  bright and sunny atmosphere for your  lamily Two finished fireplaces, raised  heatlh with semi-circular openings.  Large carport and nearly 500 square  feel ot sundeck $54,900  FAIRMONT ROAD Exceptional large  home on Pi acre-,, spectacular view In  Gibsons This 1388 square loot home  has many extra features including three  bedrooms main floor. full basemeni,  ? heatilaloi fireplaces stereo system to  all rooms, three full baths, sauna, double  healed garage with electric eye. huge  sundeck paved driveway This home has  everything1 See it today $78,580  GRANDVIEW ROAD Quality built  now 1300 square lool home wilh full  basemeni Many extra leaiures In-  eluding healifalci Itreplace Two full  bains Plumbing roughed-m In basement Duill-in dishwasher, fridge and  stove Wall to wail carpeting Ihrough-  0U| $58,500.  TRAIL HAY Cu/y older type home on  leased waterfront property. Situated in  a peacelijl and quiet area with a safe  sandy beach, beautilul view and desirable soulh westerly exposure. Large  (ot wth level landscaped grounds around  the home and a nicely treed bank to Ihe  fear $15,000  DAVIDSON ROAD Spectacular view  and privacy in Langdale Ridge. Large  Ihree bedroom home has a'l large rooms.  Fireplace downstairs Separate carport  allows more room for expansion in the  lull basemeni Largo cedar sundeck and  many extra features. Enler by way of  nicely Ireed panhandle driveway to the  Vi acre you can call home $54,900.  GRANDVIEW ROAD     Fantastic fully  finished large family home on almost one  acre view lot Three bedrooms on main  floor plus another finished in basement  Rec room is roughed in wilh plumbing 'or  wet bar Two lireplaces. skylights,  special lighting and large sundeck over  double carport   Excellent value   $64,900  GRANDVIEW RD: Otf Pine. Three  bedroom home on a beautifully treed  and fully landscaped lot (175x150)  with an excellent view of Georgia  Strait. Kitchen has eating nook and  a built in oven and range top. Floor  to celling cut rock fireplace. 45x9  covered sundeck and a huge double  carport. $63,500  GOWER PT.RD: Almost 1 acre ol  lovely, wooded view property on  Gower Point Road near 7th Avenue,  Small but well-kept house. Second  serviceable building on property.  Can be subdivided. $36,900  60' OF LEVEL WATERFRONT 300'  DEEP. WITH A CABIN Buy this  far $500 down and the balance at  $60.00 per month on a lull price of  $4,500, This is Dominion Lease Land  at Sechelt but well worth the asking  price. Make an offer.  SEAVIEWLANE Appropriately 2acres  of forested WATERFRONT property In  West Sechelt. 1758 square foot three  bedroom home Sauna and beach  house combo on beach. Enjoy the view  from the glass enclosed patio on the  front of the house ot Ihe Trail Islands.  $148,500.  COUNTRY ESTATE: King Road.  Spacious and modern home situated on  nearly 5 acres of cleared land ideally  suiled for a family wanting a place for  hobby farming, horses, poultry, etc. In  addition there is a separate large home  with 5 to 6 bedrooms, plus a giant workshop. This could be an excellent source  for revenue. The property is situated  only 2 miles from Sunnycrest Shopping  Centre, This whole package of possibilities is now available at $140,000.  DAVIS BAY: Mission Point waterfront.  Two small cottages on 60' waterlront  property with a 20' lane along side.  Property is on Tsawcome lease land and  is prepaid to October 1993. Level to  beach, privacy and speclacular unobstructed view. Tenant presently renting  one of the cottages. This is your opportunity to invest in desirable water-  Irontage. $24,900.  SARGENT ROAO: Custom built uniquely designed home. Spectacular view,  landscaped terraced lot in exceptionally  good area. Three bedrooms on main  floor, sunken living room, two fireplaces,  ensuite plumbing otf master bedroom.  Full basement, built in bar. If you are  looking for quality built and original  design this Is the home for you. All  appliances Included. $72,900.  GOWER POINT ROAD 2 bedroom  starter homo This old timer close to  shopping and Ihe posl office has to be  seen, Cemenl foundalion under 656 sq  ft storage area 220 sg tl includes fridge  and stove $22,500  SARGENT ROAO: Large lamily home  with a panoramic view on a landscaped  lot. Three bedrooms, ensuite olt the  master bedroom. Fireplaces up and  down Finished basement includes rec  room, laundry room and workshop.  Close to schools and shopping.   $61,500.  LOTS  MUST  BE SOLD     One ol the belter  building lots on Pratt Road Cleared,  level, with view lo South Offers lo  $11,900  ALDERSPRING ROAD: 50' x 160' Of  the bast garden soil in the heart ol  Gibsons. On sawar clow to shopping  and Post Office. Potential view of the  Bay area. Excellent (arms available.  $10,900,  GOWER POINT ROAD; 100' of water-  frontage, steep but manageable slope.  Hydro and water on the esplanade road.  217' deep with a completely unimpeded  view to Vancouver Island. Faces south  west tor lots ol sunshine. $15,900.  POPLAR LANE: Newly completed!  The most conveniently located subdivision in Gibsons. Only 2 blocks Irom  shopping centre and bolh elementary  schools and secondary. Level building  sites with some clearing on a newly  formed cul-de-sac. These prime lots on  sewer and all services are going last.  Get yours now while they last. Priced  Irom: $11,900.  DAVIDSON ROAD: Fantaslc view Irom  Langdale Ridge. This lot has a small  creek on the very back of Ihe property.  All new homes in this area. This lot is  a tutt 2/ 5th of an acre. $14,900.  WHARF ROAD: At the corner of Davidson. With a little easy clearing this  lot will be ready to build on. Walking  distance to the ferry. Lot size is 80' x  110' $12,900.  VELVET ROAD: Beautiful view lot In  desirable area Priced well below assessed value at' $11,000.  COMMERCIAL WATERFRONT: With  waterlront as scarce as it is this double  use lot represents real value.      $22,000.  SECHELT INLET ESTATES: Deluxe  lots with a spectacular view of Porpoise  Bay. Beach facilities, nearby moorage,  water, hydro and telephone at each lot.  Only 4Vj miles to the conveniences of  Sechelt.  SOUTH FLETCHER: At School Road.  Two lots of 40' x 150' each. One lot  has a cottage which could be rented.  These lots are mostly cleared and ready  tor building. A spectacular view ol the  entire Bay area and Keats Island is  included in Ihe price of: $27,600.  HILLCREST ROAO: Only $3,000 down!  Balance by Agreement tor Sale will  purchase one of these beautiful view lots  x Vie end ol a quiet cul-de-sac. All  underground services so there is nothing  to mar the view. These lots are cleared  and ready to build on. The ravine In  front will ensure your privacy. These  lots represent excellent value. Priced  from $13,900. to $16,900.  FIRCREST PLACE: Lovely secluded  level corner lol. 61' x 131' surrounded by  evergreens. Water hook up is paid.  $9,900.  ACREAGE  4.6 acres ol excellent holding property  close to Soames Point Park. Partially  cleared. Try your otters. $32,000.  GRANDVIEW ROAD AT 91h: Over Vi  acre vary private with view. House  plans and building permit paid tor and  included In price. Foundation, floor  slab, and plumbing all in for a 28' x 42'  (1176sq.lt. building). $19,900  ROBERTSCREEK: Highway 101 divide!  this property diagonally down the cent-fa  Develop both sides of Ihe road. Try all  offers. 5acres $25,000.  GIBSONS: Park Road. Excellent pros-  pacts for the one who holds this potentially commercially zoned 5 acres. Lightly  cleared, close to shopping centre and  schools. $59,000.  For Rent  2 bdrm cottage for rent in Pender  Harbour, waterfront, fridge,  stove, includes heat and light.  $200 per month, refs required.  883-9923 #11  Fully modem 3 bdrm  in lower Gibsons, carpeted  throughout. Fireplace. Avail,  immed. $300. per mo.  2 bdrm apartment  overlooking Keats Island, lower  Gibsons. Carpeted, modern,  $230. per mo.  CENTURY WEST  REAL ESTATE LTD.  885-3271  Couple to live-in un-furnished  mobile home. Reduced rent in  exchange for help in family  business operation. References.  886-9728 after 6 p.m. #9  2 bedroom home, centrally  located. Floron Agencies.886-  2248. #9  FOR RENT  1, 2, and 3 bedroom  APARTMENTS  Phone 886-2417  Boats  I7'/i' Sangster Hardtop. 302  Ford with Hamilton Jet. 886-  2124. #9  23 foot new all fibreglass hull,  $2,800 or closest offer. 886-2120  Mon. Thur. Silt, or 886-7423  eves, alter 5:30 p.m. #9  Cors & Trucks  1971 Datsun 1200. 40.000 miles,  needs work. $250. Call 886-7280.  #9  1972 Capri V6. 4-speed, headers,  radials. radio & tape deck. As  is 51.800. Phone between 6 - 8  p.m. 886-2357. #|0  1968 Chevell Stundiird 6 slulion  wagon. (mod rubber, radio  licensed and being used now, Isl  reasonable oiler lakes il. Call  886-7591 after ft p.m. #9  Wanted fo  Renf  Professional couple seek cabin  (approx.3 rooms) to rent on  Sunshine Coast for the summer.  Call Dr.Bergson 736-4724.      #11  Suites for rent. 2 and 3 bedrooms,  immediate occupancy. Sunshine  Coast Highwav. Gibsons. Phone  112-581-0024. #9  2 bdrm mobile home, fridge,  slove, some furniture. Gibsons  area. $195. per mo. including  pad rent, avail, immed. Call  885-3417 or 885-3310. #7tfn  Immediate occupancy. Gibsons,  near bus stop and shops. Spic  and span, two bedrooms, enclosed sun porch. L.R.fireplacc  and w/w carpet. Electric heat,  range and fridge. Large yard,  garden. Reasonable rent $180.  Ref's required. 886-2785. #9  Furnished suite: needed middle aged or spry retired couple  for beautiful Langdale. View  suite, cheap for small services.  Must be non-smokers and animal lovers.886-2629. #11  3 bedroom house, Roberts Creek.  Elect, heat. Available March  1st. References required. $300  per month.886-2744 #10  1 BR trailer, furnished. Centre  of town. Suit single, mature person.    $155    per    mo.886-9269.  #10  3 bdrm house, Roberts Creek.  Elect.heat.Avoilable March 15  References required. $300  per month. 886-2744. #10  In    lower    Gibsons,    spacious.  2 bedroom suite. Available  immediately. $200 per month.  886-7938. #11  are looking for  furnished houses and  suites available on  April 1st.  Any available accommodations please  phone Mr. Hansen  65-8056;  I  Cars & Trucks  I960 V.W. Van, partly camperi-  zed and 2 V.W. beetles, for  parts. Best offer. After 4 p.m.  call 885-9341. #9  1957 Chev Belair. 2-door hardtop,  327, good bodv, 350 turbo trans.  $2,400. 886-7834. #9  1959 V.W. bettle, good cond,  new brakes & tune up. high-back  scats. $300. 1971 Dune Buggy,  excel, cond. $1,500.    Wrecking  1972 Pontiac wagon. 350 auto.  Phone 886-2432. #9  1973 Toyota Corolla 1600 2-door.  4 speed tape deck, speakers,good  mechanical shape. $1100 O.B.O.  886-9269. #10  1963 Valiant Sygnet, 2 dr H.T.  in good running order. Asking  $500. Days. 886-2277. Eves,  886-9793. #10  1975 GMC Sierra '/< Ion pickup. $3.500.886-7655 #11  1963 Valiani Signet. 2 dr. H.T.  in good running order. Asking  $500. Days. 886-2277. Eves.  886-9793,#IO  1975 Nova 4-door. .150 auto. PS  PB 32.000 iniles. fop condition  ihroughoul. Trailer hi,c!i. iransmission cooler, electric trailer  brake control ��� coppertone,  $3,300,886-9219 #9  1969 V.W.Van. Mechanically  good, both damaged in accident -  offers, ileal base for dune  buggy.8W.-9219 #9  1969 Mazda 1600. Station Wagon, $45li. Call 886-2431  1968 Mallbu. $900,886-2813.    #9  Property  BY OWNER  Langdale, brand new home,  1322 sq. ft., 3 bedrooms, ensuite off master, large kitchen  and nook. Beautiful Cameo  marble fireplace, with heatilator up and downstairs. Also  roughed-ln two rooms and  bath downstairs. Beautiful  view on comer lot. This home  must be seen to be appreciated. $63,000. Please  call 886-2300. #9  Cleared building lot on Hydro  and Regional waler. Roberls  Creek. After6call 886-7009.    #8  Property  Property  HOUSE  FOR SALE  Opposite  Plumbing,  North Road.  Open for Offers  60-day removal  886-7700  or  886-7896  OWNER DESPERATE  Langdale Chines ��� v, acre, view  $12,000. Langdale Ridge - view,  $9,500. Make an offer. Call  886-7218. #8  Lot, 72 x 130', all cleared, ready  to build, one block from shopping  centre. $13,500. 886-9102.     #10  PRICE REDUCED $4,000.!!  1559 Abbs Road, panoramic view,  3   bdrm.    finished   basement.  2 F.P.. large sundeck. covered  patio. 2 carports, plus Mother-in-  law suite. $72,000. 886-7559. #7tf  Older home with beautiful view,  3 bedrooms, basement, W/W,  elec. stove, fridge, deep freeze &  garbage burner, double garage &  workshop with own 100 amp  service. On cable, sewer, etc.  $37,900. firm. Evenings call  886-2990. #10  Sclma Park, well built. 5 yr old  no basemeni home. 3 bdrm.  stone f.place. large living room,  large lot, greenhouse, and more.  885-9328. #10  Langdale Ridge. Large view lot.  886-7581. #10  New 3 bdrm 1.000 sq.ft. with  view, Wilson Creek. Asking  $39,000. Phone 8853773.        #10  Davis Bay. view home. 1.300  sq.ft. 3 bdrm, ensuite. double  glass, heatilator cameo stone  fireplace, sun deck, full hasemt  with f.p. Asking $66,000. Phone  885-3773. #10  Looking for your first home?  Compact 2 bdrm. A-frame.  New carpels throughout, electric  stove, fridge and heal. Fully  insulated. F.P. $2.'..000. 10%  d.p. possible bank finance for  balance. 886-9269 CIO  By owner - 66' homesitc. south  side of Abbs Rd. in Lower Gibsons Village. Commanding  view south St west. Potentially  private yard, easy slope to  build on. Area of fine homes.  Phone Vancouver 687-1774.  6p.m.to9p.m. #10  HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER  (GLEN RD) Two bedroom home  with fireplace, auto oil furnace,  fabulous view and close to all  facilities. Phone 886-2075.      ��9  2 bedroom older home includes  carpets, drapes. Good location,  close lo church, park, beach,  posl office, and short walking  distance to stores. $30,000.    "II  SUNSHINE COAST MOBILE  HOME PARK  RR #2, Gibsons, 8869826  NEW UNITS  14 x 70 Atco. 3 bdrm. carpet  throughout. , Fully furnished  in Colonial decor. Built-in  combination dishwasher  range with eye-level oven,  built-in buffet with hutch.  14 x 70 Manco. 3 bdrm. plus  den. Fully furnished. Built-in  dishwasher, washer & dryer,  range and fridge. Carpet  throughout. 2-picce ensuite  plumbing.  USED UNITS  1969 General 12 x 64'. 3  bedroom, utility room, partial  ly furnished. $9,800.  1966 Chickasha 10x56 ��� 3  bdrm. furnished wilh l> x 20  extension. Loads ol cupboards. Set up on large well  landscaped lot.  24 x 48 double wide. 2 bdrms  plus den, fully carpeted.  5 appliances. Large sundeck.  two paved driveways.  SUNSHINE COAST MOBILE  HOME PARK  RR #2, Gibsons. 886-9826  W - Waterfront  H - Homes  A - Acreage  R - Recreational  F - Farms  Your Real Estate Host on the Sunshine Coast  885-3521 anytime  t ��� ���  Halfmoon Bay. B.C. VON 1Y0  Pat and Patricia Murphy  WATERFRONT  HALFMOON BAY  Brand new home 1160 sq It,  on nice level waterfront lot in  Halfmoon Bay. Lot size 46'x  200'. Full basement with  roughed in plumbing. Lovely  westerly view and nice open  sundeck to entertain outdoors.  F.P.$79,500.  VIEW  This large 1,200 sq ft. 3 bdrm.  bsmt home, with ensuite to the  master bedroom. Guest bedroom  n Ihe basement. Lot size 89 sq  the basement. Lot size 89 ft  x 100 ft with some view of Ihe  Porpoise Bay and mountains.  This is a bargain, owner transferred and must sell. F.P. $46,000  LOTS  Lovely 2/3 acre lot. Just waiting  for you to build on it. It's steep  to water, but oh what a view!  $20,000.  1 acre lol overlooking the Sechelt  Village. 300 yds Irom water and  hydro. Gravel road borders  Ihe front of this lot. Near high  school, close to stores and  beach. F.P $22,000  Large ' i acre lot with semi-  waterfront. close to access rd  for beach. View of Vancouver  Island across Ihe Georgia Strait  Good building site, water and  hydro on black top road. F.P.  $27,500.  3 waterfront lots 50'x450'  each zoned industrial I. Ideal  for development flat level  land running from highway to  waterlront on south side of  property is Gazette Road. From  highway lo waterfront. 3 bdrm  home and 16' x 20' cabin included. F.P. $175,000 Try your  offer. Pat Murphy Wharf Realty  Ltd. 845-3521  K. BUTLER  REALTY  LTD.  Seaside Plaza  886-2000  1538 Gower Point Road  Gibsons  886-2607  YOUR AUTOPLAN CENTRE  ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE  SARGENT ROAD: One ol the finest views In Gibsons. This 3 BR  lull basement home sits on a large 132' Ironttge lot on the lower side  of road, Is mostly landscaped and terraced. Features include 2 F.P.,  double glass, ensuite off large master BR, custom closets, 100%  linen fully lined drapes In L.R. and D.R., air cleaner on oil furnace,  plus many, many more. If you are looking for a quality family home  you should see this one. Priced to sell at $69,500.  REVENUE: Duplex and guest cottage on 2 fully landscaped lots, plus  2-car garage and large workshop. Brings $365 income while you live  in well maintained 2 BR top floor. This one should be seen at $67,500  HWY 101: Over 5 ac. of sloping  property running between Hwy  and Lower Rd. About 2 ac.  cleared with nice home, 2 good  sheds, fruit trees etc. Could  subdivide if zoning was changed  Asking $65,000.  SARGENT ROAO: New 3  BR house, 3/4 bsmt on nice  view lot. Nicely finished well  uilt home with F.P. Only  $52,500.  GRANTHAMS: Up and down duplex plus cottage on view property. Retire with revenue to  help pay taxes, etc. Try your  offer on this one.  GOWER POINT: Large corner  lot. Over Vi ac. ol gently sloped  land. Close to beach. Asking  $15,000.  HOPKINS LANDING: Nicely GIBSONS: Large level lots,  treed lot with great view over fully serviced, some view, par-  Ihe Sound. Don't miss this one llally cleared. $12,000 each,  at only $12,000   SOAMES POINT: 3 waterfront  lots. Approximately 1.5 acres  each with 100' frontage on Howe  Sound. Only $40,000. each.  ROBERTS CREEK: Over 1  ac. with 300' frontage on beach  Ave. A beautiful homesite.  Can be subdivided. $25,000.  Looking for Water Front I You  should see this 1 ac. frontage on  good beach. Improvements are  a 4 yr old full bsmt home fully  finished on bolh floors. 2 F.P.  2 baths, double windows, built-  in dishwasher plus many extras.  Large attached garage, woodshed and beach cabin. Asking  only $95,000.  GRANTHAMS: Up and down  duplex plus cottage on view  property. Retire with revenue to  help pay taxes, etc. Try your  offer on this one.  ROBERTS CREEK: 2 yr. old  65' x 12' mobile home nettled  in on 1 ac. of park like property  Should be seen at $42,500.  In private setting on nicely  treed acre. Well constructed  5-rm bungalow consisting 2  Bdrms, cozy L.R. with F.P.,  modern U-shape kitchen olf  spacious O.R. utility, attached  carport. A terrific buy at only  $49,500. Coast News, February 28,1978.  11.  Mobile Homes  1976 Glenriver home, 12 x 68',  3 bdrm. set-up with porch in  Mobile park. 8 ft. camper needs  some work, offers. 10 ft. Davidson boat with Seagull motor,  boat needs some work. Call  885-2496. #9  10 x 55' mobile home, fridge,  stove, washer, drver. $5,800.  886-9137. #9  Opportunities  $11,500 Agreement for sale.  Payable at $400 per month at  7%. All replies guaranteed  confidential. Best Offer. Box 19.  #10  * Portraits       * Weddings *  * Passports  * Commercial *  * Copy and Restoration work *  Professionally done in your home  or in ours.  Day or Evening call  886-7964.  BLANKET BRITISH COLUMBIA  & YUKON CLASSIFIED ADS  Trove!  For All  Your  Travel  Needs  peninsula  travel  886-9755  Registered Travel Agent  NvUkuteU  Take   advantage   of  our services in planning your holiday or  business trip.  BOOKINGS FOR  CHARTER FLIGHTS  TO EUROPE NOW  AVAILABLE. CALL  US FOR  INFORMATION.  'AGNESLAB0NTE  886-7710  BLANKET B.C. & YUKON  CLASSIFIED ADS  VINYLDECK INSTALLATIONS  Ltd. with branches throughout  thc lower Mainland, has a  dealership opening in ihis area.  We train and guide you. Earn  up to $40.00 an hour. Small  investment required. Phone  465-5789 or 539-4986. -  #2  EARN $200.00 monthly part-  time; $1,000. full time. Easy to  succeed with our training. Write  Fuller Brush Company, C/O  Box 108. 808, 207 West Hastings  St.. Vancouver. B.C. V6B 1H7,  or Mr. T. Diamond, R.R. 3,  Kamloops. B.C. V2C5K1.       tfn  OUT���OF���TOWN PROPERTY  Retiring? Adult-oriented, factory-built housing developments  on Vancouver Island - Lower  Mainland and Okanagan Valley.  Info. Box 4002. Stn. A, Victoria,  B.C.; or Box 822, Summerland,  B.C. #13  FOR SALE  Wholesale Construction Specialty  Products. Buy directly from thc  Factory. Sundccks, scalers, waterproofing, coating, grouts,  etc. Telephone or write today.  Kryton International Inc.4675  Vanguard Road, Richmond,  B.CV6X 2P7.Phone 273-9008  #9  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  Family Shew Store for sale.Located in shopping centre in  Burns Lake Phone 692-3206  or write Box 818, Burns Lake,  B.C. #9  AUTOMOTIVE  Need used truck or Crawler  parts? We probably have what  you need. Call us or write -  Cariboo Tractor Parts, Box  4268, Quesnel, B.C. Phone  992-5354. #9  FOR RENT  Qualicum Beach. Vancouver  Island. 1100 sq.ft.non-medical  office space available in multipurpose professional building.  Reply Scabright Medical Clinic,  Box 550, Qualicum Beach, B.C.  V0R nO.Phone 112-604-752-  6943 evenings #9  HELP WANTED  Aggressive individual capable of  above average earnings. Must  be reliable and available to  start work immediately. Interior-  Exteriors Ltd. 594 Chilcotin  St.. Kamloops, B.C. V2H 1G5.  374-6694 #9  SPORTING GOODS  Attention Fishermen: for catalogue of brand name fishing  tackle, send $1.00 refundable on  first order of $10.00 to - Steel-  head Sporting Goods, P.O.Box  80854, Burnaby, B.C.V5H3Y1 #9  MORTGAGE LOANS  MORTGAGE MONEY: Any  amount (25 years amortization).  1st mortgage from 10%. 2nd  mortgage from 12'/i%. Residential, Commercial, Builders.  J.D.Phillips Capital Corporation,  10673 King George Highway,  Surrey. B.C.V3T 2X6. Phone  588-0411 or evenings 585-1603   tf  HOMES FOR SALE  Log home, 2,000 feet, two floors  $10,500. Log chalet 1,125 feet,  loft $8,800. Includes all log work  set up for your foundation. Box  285. Sardis! B.C.V0X 1Y0 Phone  795-5674 #9  REAL ESTATE  Galiano Island. 1.58 acres; new  two bedroom panabode, w/w,  drapes, sundecks. garage. Fully  serviced. Fantastic water view.  excellent beach access. $59,500.  Box 21, Fulford Harbour, B.C.  V0SlC0orphone653-4514       #9  HELP WANTED  Progressive weekly newspaper  requires display advertising  sales representative- because  present position holder has  accepted another challenge.  Work to high standards with  Thomson-trained advertising  manager. Position offers professional and financial growth.  Basic salary, commission on  department's gross sales, and  added incentives. Excellent  working conditions, amiable staff,  growing community. Good recreational facilities and regional  college. Write: W.H.Jones,  Advertising Manager, Castle-  gar News. Box 3007, Castlegar,  B.C.VIN3H4 #9  BUSINESS PERSONALS  Divorcel $100 plus filing fees.  Obtain your lawyer supervised  divorce over the phone - fast!  Call Self-Counsel Services toll  free. 112-800-663-3007. Chargex  and Masterchargc accepted.     #9  BUSINESS PERSONAL  INCORPORATE! $75 plus filing  fees. Obtain your lawyer supervised incorporation over the  phone - fast! Call Self-Counsel  Services toll free 112-800-663-  3007. Chargex and Masterchargc  accepted. #9  LAND FOR SALE  Ten to sixty acres of level productive land available. Suits ground  crops, orchard or hobby farm  Write G.Fischer. R.R.2 Oliver,  B.C. V0H ITOor phone 498-3217  #9  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  Retiring auto wrecking on Highway 97, excellent turnover and  still growing.$150,000 with  reasonable lease or can purchase  property with business. All  offers considered. Will accept  development property on trade.  Phone 392-5837. #9  'BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  When you own a "Propershop"  Drycleaning store, the only  wages are yours, and so are the  profits.Write Propershop Dry-  cleaning Stores, 5318 Camaro  Drive, Delta, B.C.V4M 2B9  #8.10  Dark brown leather wallet.  Removed from Lower Gibsons  Laundromat Friday evening.  Contains all personal I.D. and  treasures. Call 886-2894, reward.  Too late to  Classify  LOGS WANTED  Top Prices Paid for  Fir-Hemlock-Cedar  L&K LUMBER  (North Shore) Ltd.  Phone 886-7033  Sorting grounds, Twin Creek  PIUh-lnTS  H��*p  Brlll/h Columbia  Beautiful  IAN MORROW &CO.LTD.  Prompt attention lo your marine  survey requirements for all transactions   and   Insurance   needs.  Phone 886-2433,886-9458.      #52  A number to note:  885-3521  WHARF REALTY LTD.  President of the United Fishermen and Allied  Workers Union and a member of an East Indian  Association were just two of the  many  who  gathered to pay tribute to John Daly in Madeira  Park last Saturday.  Peilder Ratepayers report    pender School Water  Water for the new Pender Harbour Secondary School should  be provided by a private, small-scale system owned and installed by the School District, the APC decided.  The issue came up after reading of a letter from school District Secretary-Treasurer Roy Mills explaining that Regional  District Works Superintendent Gordon Dixon had told him  ' 'there was every likelihood of our water problems being solved  by the running of a trunk line from Lyon Lake down by the  school into Garden Bay".  Mills said, "that's the basis I have been going on" as far  as the school water question goes.  In view of the fact that the Dixon scheme turned out to be  something of a "pipe dream" the APC fell it was advisable  that the school board fall back on Ihe more modest plan which  would draw water from the small creek adjacent to the secondary school. This system would require an earthen reservoir  on crown land above the powerline and 6-inch pipe running  1,500' to the high school via easements and delivering water  at a rate suitable for fire protection as outlined several months  ago in this paper by Bill Scoular. The APC felt that since  the school district would be the system's sole user it was only  logical it be the system's owner. They added however that the  Regional District should contribute financially to the project  if required, just as they have contributed to thc swimming pool,  library and other elcmenw of the new school. Estimated  cost of the system would be $50,000.  The Pender Harbour Commun  ity Plan will go ahead, the Area  "A" APC decided at its February  15th meeting.  Since Director Joe Harrison  served notice that he would  review the Plan's progress and  appoint a new committee at  the last meeting of the Community Plan Committee in 1977  the APC has been deliberating  on the role of the Plan and seeking answers from government on  its possible effects on the community.  One of thc concerns was a  statement by ihe Regional Planning Office that the Community  Plan would give the Regional  District all the powers to oversee and approve subdivisions  that are now held by thc Department of Highways. This caused  concern among some APC  members that substantial staff  increases would be required  -at the Regional District, an added  tax burden to all ratepayers  mainly for the benefit of real  estate developers.  Robyn Addison, Regional  District Planner, has now given  assurances that the transfer  of subdivision powers would not  occur automatically, however,  and could only be done if the  District made a strong request  for it.  Joe Harrison said hc would  be looking for people with a  strong interest in community  planning and the time to pursue  it in appointing the new committee, in an attempt to avoid  the absenteeism problem that  hampered the last committee.  He said the planning area would  also be expanded to include  Middlepoint, and committee  members would be sought in  those areas. He praised the  work of previous members of  the Community Plan Committee  and thanked them on behalf of  the community. Hc said that he  ^���j���    - i  Too Late to  Classify  FOR  SALE  COIN-OP  CLEANERS  886-2231  asked previous members to con  tact him if they wished to continue working on thc plan at the  time the committee last met and  those who had done so would be  given positions on the new  committee.  Paving Dump Road Costly  Paving the road to the garbage dump has been one of the  themes of the last three APC  meetings but enthusiasm was  markedly dampened last time  when it was discovered the cost  would be $57,000. The Regional  District would of course never  consider undertaking thc job at  this cost and the only option  left to Area "A" is to finance  it over ten years with a specified area tax of .92 mills. APC  members felt this would be unjustified and resolved to call upon  the Regional District to make  improvements to the present  gravel surface.  Park and Public Access for Green  Bay  Visitors to Green Bay on Nelson  Island will have the privilege of  tying to a semi-public wharf  and walking ashore on a public  road if a current land use contract application goes through.  A group holding the large block  of land on the west side of the  bay has applied for permission  to build thirteen dwellings and  thc APC recommended public-  access and a park area around  the bay's waterfall as conditions  of the contract.  Sakinaw Parking Problems  Tackled  Sixty parking spaces for Sakinaw Lake residents will be  guaranteed under another land  use contract being negotiated  with landowner Hugh Carter.  Carter has been applying for  relief from the current country  zoning in the area for some time  on thc basis that landlocked  lake residents need a commercial  carpark and marina. Although  reluctant to allow commercial  development on the lake the  APC recognized that Carter  cannot afford to maintain his  valuable holding solely as a  carpark and agreed to permit  light commercial development  such as a cafe, store and camping  facilities providing they are  kept well clear of salmon creeks.  Thc APC also instructed thc  Regional District to look into  the possibility of developing  crown land in the area for parking and latest reports are thai  this is proceeding.  y��  CATERPILLAR  NEW & USED  tVGenuine Caterpillar parts  ���A-TractorsD4DtoD9H  ���,v Loaders 910 to 992  ���it Excavators & Graders  A Hyster parts & Winches  Your Resident Representative  ERNIE UNGER  Res.886-9758, off: 530-1145  at NORTHLAND we save you  Time & Money  12 x 60 Mobile Home, semi-  furnished on Landscaped lot on  North Road. School bus stops  right at driveway, mail box is  close by too. A good price at  $24,700 or make me an offer.  886-9041. tfn  Hay for sale - $1.00 a bale.  Mulch 50 cents. 885-9357.       tin  HIGGS MARINE SURVEYS LTD.  Insurance claims, condition and  valuation surveys. Serving the  Sunshine Coast and B.C.Coastal  Waters. Phone:885-9425, 885-  9747,885-3643,886-9546.       tfn.  Newly decorated 2 and 3 bdrm  apts. Stove, fridge, heat and  cablevision incl. in reasonable  rent. Sorry, no pets. Close to  schools and shopping. 886-  7836. tfn  Off  ALL FABRICS  NEW ARRIVALS: ,  Jacquards, Prints, Satins, Crepes  i  Poly Cotton and Cotton:   Seersuckers, eyelets, florals, l  stripes,   border prints, velouri  SUNNYCREST CENTRE      '  open Monday to Saturday-     i  9 p.m. Friday ,  CAMpbell's  FAMILY SHOES and LEATHER GOODS  "IN THE HEART OF DOWNTOWN SECHELT"  Your friendly neighbourhood  drop-off point for Coast News  Classified Ads.  PRJRK Electronic/  886.7333  EVENING SERVICE CALLS  (Call Before 5:30p.m.)  Now that we're settled  into our NEW LOCATION  Next lo Helen's Fashion Shoppe  in Gibsons  DRUMMOND INSURANCE  HEADQUARTERS FOR  *" ��78^GDe��!JS��S&  & TRAVEL INSURANCE  Dental Block, Gibsons        886-7751  Open Monday - Saturday  886-9414  BATHKOOMS  ^   PLUS  T BouiiQUe  ����.��� ...  McGrlgor  SHOWER CURTAINS  BATH ACCESSORIES  BEADED TIE BACKS  SHOWER HOOKS  SOAPS  FIELDCREST TOWELS  Kirsch  VANITY TOP  MIRRORS  SHOWER RODS  TOWEL TREES  SOAP DISHES  ' ,^   / 886-9414  V BATHROOMS  PLUS  * WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE ^  w     OF PLUMBING SUPPLIES       W  ABS. COPPER  GALVANIZED  PIPE  and FITTINGS  IBrass Fittings)  TIDELINE PLUMBING & HEATING CONTRACTORS  RESIDENTIAL. COMMERCIAL - FREE ESTIMATES  Church Services  Roman Catholic Services  Rev.T.Nicholson, Pastor  Times of Sunday Mass:  8:1X1 p.m. Saturday and 12 Noon  Sunday at St.Mary's Gibsons  In Sechelt:8:30a,m, Our Lady of  Lourdes Church. Indian Reserve  I0:(K)a.m. Holy Family Church  885-9526  SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST  CHURCH  Sabbath School Sat.3:00 p.m.  Hour of Worship Sat,, 4:00 p.m.  St.John's United Church  Davis Bay  Pastor CDrelbcrg  Everyone Welcome  For information phone:  885-9750 or 883-2736  tifirf  a,  UNITED CHURCH  Rev. Annette M.Rcinhardt  9:30 a.m.-St.John's  Davis Bay  11:15a.m. -Gibsons  886-2333  (il Al) TIDINGS TABERNACLE  Gower Point Road  Phone 886-2660  Sunday School -9:45a.m.  Worship Service ��� 11 00a.m.  Revival .7:00 p.m.  Bible Study-Wed. 7:30 p.m,  Pastor Nancy Dykes 12.  Coast News, February 28,1978.  Guess Where  Lockstead reports from the Legislature  There doesn't seem to be much to  smile about these days. The  economy is in disastrous shape.  Many miners cannot find jobs.  Lumber workers, many of whom  are lucky enough to still be working, cannot afford to buy a home.  'I he tourist businesses arc experiencing record bankruptcies. Agriculture is being squeezed by ever-increasing costs while  Ihe usual prize of $5.00 is offered for the correct location of the above. Send your entries  to Ihe Coasl News. Box 460, Gibsons. Last week's winner was Jean Gray of R.R. I, Sechelt  who correctly located the pictured skull and antlers as being on the property of Mrs. Reid,  Sunshine Coast Highway. West Sechelt.  Nutrition   Power sq��"��d����  Prmluml In tin- Nutrition  Divisor) of B.C. Ministry of  Health.  (Jui'Mjim: Cotl you tell me how  processed cheese and cheese  spreads are made? Does their  nutrient content differ from  cheddni cheese'.'  Answeri To make processed  cheese and cheese spreads,  natural cheeses are ground and  mixed with the aid of heat and an  emulsifying agent, Acid, cream,  water, salt, colouring and spices  tan be attded. A processed  cheese spread contains more  moisture and less fat so that it  will spread easily al room temperature.  Ihe basic nutrients arc not  destroyed in th process but  there are less nutrients per  ounce because the mixture has  been diluted with extra moisture  and extra carbohydrate has been  added. For example, 100 gm.  of cheddar cheese contain 25 .urn.  of protein while the same amount  of processed cheese contains 2.1  gm. of protein and a cheese  spread Ifi gm. of protein.  Question: I have read (hat we  should reduce the fat content of  our diets as a measure in thc  prevention against heart disease.  Do fats such as butter, margarine and salad oils contribute  any nutrients to my diet?  Answer: Although spreads such  as butter and margarine and  salad dressings are not generally  the major source of fat in the  diet, thev contribute several  essential nutrients. Butter and  margarine contain vitamin A.  while oils and some soft margarines contain vitamin \: and the  essential polyunsaturated fatty  iieid. linoleic acid, hats also help  the body to absorb the fat-  soluble vitamins A. D. E and K.  Question: My teenage daughter  is overweight and has been prescribed a reducing diet which  slivsses ihe use of skim milk.  However, she dislikes ihe taste  of it and even complains about  its appearance. What can I do?  Answer: Try serving the milk  in opaque glasses so that the  appearance will he less noticeable, Vou may have to deviate  from ihe diet slightly at first  b\ using }"'������ milk and then  gradually, over the days and  weeks, replace this milk by mixing ii with the skim milk. Hope-  lully by gradually decreasing the  proportion of 2% milk and in-  reasing the proportion of skim  milk, vour daughter will be able  to follow her rilei and drink only  skini milk.  The Sunshine Coast Power  Squadron monthly meeting was  held al the home of Ha/el and  Don Madden on Friday, February  17.1978.  The highlight of the evening  was the presentation of colour  slides by Jim Spilsbury - well-  known as an electronic expert  (Spilsbury Communication Systems, a division of Spilsbury  and Tindall Ltd.) as well as a  flyer of note. Wc have him to  thank for the conception of  Queen Charlotte Airlines which  lie later sold out to Pacific Western.  Jim, an accomplished speaker,  kept the attention and interest  of all. His ever ready camera  caught many interesting and unusual happenings, on water and  land. What photographic skills!  Many have Jim - skipper of  "Blythe Spirit" - to thank for  rescue at sea. tire fighting,  imparting his knowledge of  coastal history and knowing  practically every nook and  reef along the coast as well  as helpful tips to those who have  cruises or are going  to cruise  the waters of the West Coast  off Vancouver. Thank you for  an exhilarating evening.  Two recent graduates of the  accelerated Boating Course,  Bill Williamson from Pender  Harbour and Harvey Engeiken  of Sechelt, were pledged by  Squadron Commander Chuck  Williams and given a warm  welcome.  Prayer  The World Day of Prayer will  be held in Calvary Baptist Church  on Friday. March $ at 1:30 p.m.  This is an intcr-denominational  service held annually and prepared by the International World  Day of Prayer Committee. This  year's service with thc theme  "Community Spirit in Modern  living" has been prepared by  women in Canada.  During the service there will  be an opporiunity to share  thoughts on "Who arc those in  our neighbourhood who need  to be accepted and to feci  partofourcommunity?"  Pender Seniors  Despite torrential rain, a gratifying number of members attended the February meeting  of Pender Harbour Senior Citizens' Association in the Community Hall. Alter a short business session was concluded, thc  screen was set up lor an evening  of entertainment with Ann Cle-  mence and Sam Lamont; their  programme Ihis time: a record  in colour of their trip last summer  to the South of England. Sam  narrated, aided with interpolations by Ann.  Ann Clcmencc, who hails  from Seven Oaks. Kent, relumed  there for the first lime in ten  years and Ihis was Sam's first  visit. Deciding to explore only  a small part of Britain, hut thai  thoroughly, they began al Bex-  hill, on the South Coast, where  Ann's parents now live: in a  renled car thev loured leisurely  inland, through byways and  bridlepaths into Ann's country.  photographed her old school  al Tollbridge and ended in  London.  Many of lhc colour slides  taken enrnute were historical:  I'evensey Castle, built by Ihe Romans: General Wolfe's pub  Ihis statue, with sword broken,  il is said. In a ( anadian soldier  during World War Two); lhc actual field nl lhc Battle of Hastings,   1066;   and   al   Greenwich  Museum, the old tea clipper,  Cutty Sark, preserved in every  detail including the original  "dead-eyes" on the shrouds.  Other pictures demonstrated  a remarkable fact about modern  England which, though highly  industrialized for centuries,  still supports numerous family  enterprises operating successfully in a small way: among  these, an old, restored flour mill  now producing stone-ground  Hour; a smithy run by an 80-  year-old blacksmith; a wood  turner (capable of turning a  hardwood sherry glass half an  inch high); and a flourishing,  family operated sawmill, converting gigantic oak logs into  lumber. On a sloping beach,  wooden fishing craft by the dozens ("primitive", according to  Sam) are launched with greased  planks, by hand, and winched up  on shore again, by hand, each  boat providing the owner's  living. All of these enterprises  were making a go of it: a durable  indication that, whatever happens, there will always be an  England.  X*<  take it to  U&LViti  A0T# ���#0Y  BBB-7133  We handle I.C.B.C. claims.  farm income assurance programs  have been destroyed by the stroke  ofa minister's pen.  In thc construction industry,  unemployment is on thc order  of 34 per cent. A publicity  campaign has been launched by  the labor movement to call for  action to create jobs. Unemployment among young people has  reached 40 per cent. The prospects for students finding jobs on  graduation arc dim. Even  finding a summer job to pay the  higher tuition fees imposed by  the present government is tough.  The most recent figures show  that 8.5 per cent of thc B.C.  work force is unemployed. That's  almost one person in ten.  Prospects for the future arc  not bright either. The Conference Board of Canada predicts  that the unemployment level  will stay al around eight per  cent throughout this year. These  figures do not include those  who have given up looking for  work because they know there is  no hope of finding a job in their  community. Thc statistics also  do not include status Indians  among whom unemployment is  even more severe.  As a result, many workers are  moving, to Alberta or Saskatchewan, something that's happening with alarming frequency  these days.  Part of the reason for this unhappy situation is the current  state of international trade and  thc collapse of thc U.S.war  economy. However, a significant share of thc blame lies with  the ill-considered actions of the  present Social Credit government in Victoria.  This government of millionaires has been so busy juggling  lhc books to create the impression  of a surplus that it has failed  to take any consideration of the  impact of its actions on the  economy as a whole. The outrageous increases in income tax.  sales tax, ferry rates, auto insurance rates and electricity  rates have left less money to  circulate in the community;  less money around to support  local businesses and create jobs.  Indiscriminate tax and rate increases imposed by the Social  Credit government arc costing  thc average B.C. family an extra  $110.00 each month.  As a result thc bankruptcy  rate in 1177 was up 52 per cent  over the previous year with 595  businesses closing their doors  forever.  We are in what can only be  described as a tax-fed depression. After promising to freeze  taxes, the Socreds have increased  almost every tax and user fee  under their jurisdiction.  In short, the present government has been filling Ihe treasury al your expense, and thc  results are clear for everyone  lo see: unacccptably high unemployment, and a dramatic  increase in the rate of business  failures.  It's not just lhc mid-winter  blues we're experiencing.   Come cry with me  FOR PURR ��� feet \  auto body       |  repairs...     &  Dear Ann:  When one has a lover's quarrel  and hasty remarks fly about,  is this a sign of what a person  really feels - insults and all -  or is it just a blowing off of  steam? Can one go on lovingly  and forget?  Torn  Dear Torn:  The first lover's quarrel  seems inevitable in most close  relationships, we try to be perfect for thc loved one. believing  we have faults and hoping they  will not become apparent. A  word or deed hits a button and  triggers a torrent of repressed  feelings and judgements. They  may just be words popping out  but 1 believe they were repressed  opinions - small but eventually  adding up to one large outrage  and hence an outburst - so usually  the air is cleared. The real  person can relax and is accepted.  An ease comes into the relationship.  If harsh or unfair words are  said there may be no kissing and  making up - too much criticism  results in injury to our self-  image ��� too much discomfort  makes us want to avoid a critical  person - so a lover's quarrel  can go either way. Don't criticize if you can control it. Emphasize thc good points of each and  notice how much more you enjoy  each other's company. A warm  good-natured person draws  others to them. The critical  and verbally discontent can  repel  and  drive  others  away.  Dear Ann:  My boyfriend didn't bring me  a Valentine present. He came  over and made love to mc, and  said that Valentines and presents  are only for those who can't  get together. I'm wondering if  he's just cheap.  Unconvinced  Dear Unconvinced:  Your friend enjoyed his Valentine anyway, so who can  say.  Men have trouble remembering  to buy gifts and just getting  the dates in their minds: work,  and commuting - sometimes  special days arrive unnoticed.  He remembered in time to sec  you, at least. Little things  matter more to women than men  know. I think it's nice to at  least buy a rose or a token of  esteem. Let's hope he agrees.  Dear Ann:  1 seem to end up with men  thai there's no lasting rapport  with, so I'm always starting over.  An affair for a year or two, nothing permanent. I'm frittering  away my young years on men  that have no future in my life.  What to do?  Treading Water  Dear Treading:  Join thc human race, wc all  place our affections in the wrong  place at times. It's like love  looking for a place lo land. Pursue the things you love, collecting  stamps and all their meetings  and conventions, or theatre,  acting, dancing, or art. Do what  you love to do and you'll meet  people that you can love a lifetime. A nature lover isn't going  to find a fishing companion in  an opera enthusiast, as a rule,  some people can and do have  this span of loves and interest,  the more things you love the  hapnier you arc. Take your time  DOGWOOD CSFE  We are now open from 7 a.m.  to 6 p.m., seven days a week -  COOK ON DUTY AT ALL  TIMES.  P IpTJ CO ^ ^<J  VIKTORSA. KALVE  Box 1335 Gibsons, B.C.  PAINTING 886-2640 ETCHING  STAINED GLASS  LET THERE BE LIGHT  Whether a small panel or an entire wall of  stained glass, the medium's combination with  light makes it a powerful and moving presence  Stained glass windows exist because of light  In the early morning the delicate rays of sunlight  from the east gently bring your window  to life, as the day progresses the direct sun  creates a vibrant and stirring image. We  must remember that each day differs ; every  season has its special qualities of lighting  to enhance your stained glass artpiece, as a  result of this your window becomes a gauge  reflecting each moment as it passes. Finally  in the late afternoon the sun pours its rich colours  into the window - orange, crimson or mauve, so  beautiful  but short-lived  for night is upon us .  in getting to know a prospective  lover, have many friends and wait  til something clicks. You will  know when someone right comes  into your life, the whole world  sings.  Dear Ann:  Why is it, if someone finds  fault with you. Ihcy talk about  you behind your back? Seldom  to your face. I'd like a chance to  defend myself.  Piqued  Dear Piqued:  Many reasons, sometimes it  is to cut you (low n to their size,  like cut off your head so they are  taller. Another just as aggravating type is one who wants to criticize you whenever they arc wrought up. picking at people because  Ihcy are dissatisfied with themselves. There are friends we  don't approve of. their isolated  actions, but still want to keep lhal  friend. So one who expresses  dissatisfaction behind your back  may Just want io let off steam,  but nol estrange you. The one  wln> is always confronting and  finding fault is not lhal perfect  and should spend more time improving their own life and personality, it's seldom justified lo  pick al small things unless one  is perfect anyway.  CLASSIFIED NOTE  Drop off your Coasl News  Classifieds at Campbell's  Family Shoes & Leather  Goods In down-town Sechelt.  NOW       C lBL  IS THE   W  TIME ... ��L  to SERVICE your lawn   mowers  and  other   garden POWER EQUIPMENT.  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In order to provide an estimate of the usage  rate by Sunshine Coast residents, and to give  them the first opportunity to indicate moorage  needs, the form produced below should be completed and mailed before March 24, 1978.  Those received before the deadline will be  given first consideration upon completion of  the marina. Commercial vessel usage is also  being considered.  PROVISIONAL APPLICATION  FOR MOORAGE  PROPOSED GIBSONS MUNICIPAL MARINA  This is not a contract, the application will be  honoured only if the marina is built.  NAME: DATE:  ADDRESS:  TELEPHONE:  TYPE OF BOAT:  NAME OF BOAT:  REGISTERED NO.:  LENGTH: BEAM: DRAFT:  SIGNATURE:  Mail to: i  The Clerk-Treasurer  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  Box 340  Gibsons, B.C.VON IVO  mmmmmmmt  ���MMMi

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