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 rhe Sunshine  Published at Gibsons, B.C.  15�� per copy on newsstands  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945  June 13.1978  Volume 31, Number 24  Power line meeting set  Discussion uf B.C.Hydro's controversial twin-500-kV hydro  power line, as mentioned last column, has recently centered  on a possible new route which would avoid the Sechell Peninsula and eliminate the mosl dangerous aerial crossings,  The new alternate route was t'irsl brought up at a May 24  meeting of the Area 'A' APC by APC member Don McNaughton  and al Ihat time Hydro officials willingly agreed to provide a  helicopter and a staff geologist to overfly the route with APC  members. This flighl has now been completed. Hydro geologist Karl Ricker arrived by helicopter in Madeira Park on June I  and picked up McNaughton and AI'C member Bruce Woods-  worth for an aerial survey of the area between Narrows Inlet  and Vancouver Bav where the route would be located.  This group of Roberts Creek residents, led by  Paul Sonntag who is pictured holding their  petition, gathered at 7.30 a.m. last Monday  morning to oppose the widening of an access  road at the bottom of Park Avenue in Roberts  Creek. The Department of Highways truck  looms up in the background.  Significance of Ihe new route:  As background, it might be  explained that Hydro and its  route selection consultant  Beak Consultants Ltd. have  from the beginning of public  discussions agreed on the feasibility of a more northerly  powerline route crossing of  Malaspina Strait from Albion  Point near Wcstview and running north of Hotham Sound  to an aerial crossing of Jervis  Inlet in the area of Vancouver  Bay. The submarine crossing  from Albion Point is given as  preferable to the one at Cape  Cockburn and the aerial crossing from the high bluffs  near Vancouver Bay is also  shown in the Beak Repori as  feasible. Thc problem was  getting the line to Vancouver  Bay from the easl. A sliorl  direct route linking the  Vancouver River Valley wilh  a tributary of lhc Squamish  River called Ashlu Creek was  rejected by Beak because of a  suspected slide area. A route  up the east shoreline of Sechelt Inlet and Jervis Inlet  was feasible but disfavoured  bv locals because of its un-  sightlincss, The route suggested by McNaughton would  reach Vancouver Bay In taking the line up Narrows Inlet  and running through a choice  of two inland passes io Vancouver Bay. II feasible ihis  route would provide the key  thai would open the long-  sought "feasible alternative"  to Hydro's proposed crossings  of   the   Sechell    Peninsula.  Report on the first alternative:'  Woodsworth. who is a consulting and explorations  geologist with experience in  aerial powerline surveys,  wrote the report of the AI'C  delegation's findings, He  pointed out ihat two routes  were looked al. Route Number One leaves Ihe head of  Narrows Inlet and runs up the  Tzoonie River valley to the  junction of the Chickwat  Creek which it follows to a  pass at the 3.900-foot elevation. North of this pass it  joins a tributary of the Vancouver River and runs down  Petitions at Sechelt Council  At the Sechelt Council  meeting on Wednesday. June  7 George Floros was given  approval in principle for his  building complex adjacent to  the Parthenon.  This was the second application by Mr. Floros and it had  been modified to comply with  thc planner's wishes. There  are several covenants in the  approval, the principle one  being that the two parcels of  land, one with the Parthenon  on it and the one for the combination residence and business complex, are to be kept  as one even in Ihe event of  the sale of Ihe land.  Village planner. Doug  Roy. read a two-page brief,  giving his reasons for approval  and the provisos that must be  followed. He felt that it was  unreasonable to make Mr.  Floros wait for the Sechelt  Vicinity Plan in order tu  begin construction, and that  the revised plans, it adhered  to, met the village requirements. There was mention  that the complete site was  shy two parking spaces,  but this was fell to bc acceptable considering the amount  of on-street parking available in the immediate area.  The planner's main concern  was the water run off, and he  stipulated that a site survey  would be required before a  zoning  permit  would be  is  sued.  Henry Hall made representation to Council on behalf uf the proposed Sunshine  Coast Econnmic Study. In  his presentation, he pointed  out that Powell River had done  a study similar to what he  was proposing and were presently reaping the benefits  from it. The purpose of this  study would bc to do a statistical analysis of growth in  the communitv which would  Meeting favours pub  "I'd like to see a marine pub and a neighbourhood pub in the MTR Holdings' application  Luwer Village." said Alderman Ted Hume at a special meeting for a neighbourhood pub lie-  he chaired in the United Church Hall, Gibsons, on Thursday, ense was turned down last  June 8. Almost a hundred residents and business men of the year because they were just  lower village attended the special meeting and those present within a mile uf the neigh-  seemed all but unanimous in favour of a liquor outlet in thc bourhund pub at the top of  area. the   hill,   the   Cedars   Inn.  The marine pub concept was a-concept in liquor retailing Several speakers pointed out  introduced by the provincial government on April 20, and would that thc Liquor Administration  sec thc granting of a Class "F" Marine Pub License largely to had   already   by-passed   this  serve boating traffic in suitable coastal locations.   Four appli- requirement     in     licensing  cations have been made for such a license in the Gibsons area. neighbourhood pubs in vari-  Some of the speakers at the meeting spoke in favour of a ous parts of the province and  neighbourhood pubin the lower village, since the marine type that, further, thc hill between  license would allow a very small facility which would not the lower and upper village  service the residents of the village.   In this context several constituted a natural barrier  spoke favourably of the plan of MTR Holdings, owners and which made it unlikely that  operators of the Dogwood Cafe, to turn thc old Inglis residence residents  uf  thc   luwer  vil-  in the centre of the luwer village intu a neighbourhood pub. lagc would walk to the neigh  bourhood pub at the top of  the hill.  When John Kavanagh,  owner of the Cedars Inn,  put thc question to council  members, "How many liquor  outlets does this municipal  council intend to allow in the  village of Gibsons,'' Alderman  Hume drew applause from the  meeting when he answered,  "As many as the people of  the village want to have."  Bill Edney of Lucky Dollar  Foods said that it was not an  issue concerning the interests  of established liquor outlet  operators or MTR holdings.  "As a businessman of thc  area." said Edney, "I see a  great need for people to be  able to buy a drink in thc  lower village without climbing  thc hill ur taking a taxi. It  is an opportunity and wc  should seize it."  it was generally agreed  that thc feeling of thc meeting  was definitely in favour of  at least one liquor uutlet in  thc lower village and possibly  mure than one since, as was  said, "A marine pub is nut  intended tu service the people  uf the communitv."  Chairman Ted Hume  pointed out that there seemed  to be some flexibility possible  at thc discretion of Vic Woodlands. General Manager of  thc Liquor Administration  Bureau.  facilitate accurate planning  for the future. The cost would  bc in the neighbourhood of  $30,000. 50% of which is  available in the form of a  government grant. Thc remaining money is expected  to come from nine or ten  sponsoring groups. Thc  Sechelt Indian Band, the Regional Board, the two municipalities, the two Chambers  of Commerce, major employers in the area, and major  trade unions. The cost to  the Sechelt Council was tentatively set in the $1,500  region.  Mr. Len Van Egmund  requested a rezoning of one  part of Seaview Estates in  Porpoise Bay to Residential  111. This is so that hc can  go ahead with multi-family  dwellings on the property.  Council asked Van Egmond  the reasons for thc delay in  upgrading Trail Avenue.  He explained that work could  not be continued on thc road  until the water lines had been  installed. All that was now  required was to lay the  gravel and grade it. This wili  bc happening in thc near  future. Thc planner felt the  area would be suitable for  rezoning. huwever the study  of the area had not been  completed and he felt that he  could come up with some solid  recommendations by the middle of the month.  Mr. Munru. thc Powell  River operator for Filter  Queen vacuum cleaners  asked Council to waive the  usual $200 per person for a  peddler's license. He fell  that if he had several salesmen in the area and had to  pay $200 for each one. then  he could not run a viable  business. During the discussion it was noted that  there was perhaps a discrepancy between Gibsons and  Sechelt in their licensing  practices. Mr. Munro was  given a temporary license in  order that Council could in-  _ -Please turn lo Page Nine  Local girls Heather Cattanach, left, and Barbara  Nowoselski were recently honoured by the Girl  Guide movement of Canada. Barbara won  the Canada Cord. Ihe highest award in guiding,  and Heather won the Ail-Around Cord. Ihe next  highest guiding award.  Council cool  The Gibsons Harbour Business Association gol a cool  reception nl lhc Gibsons Village  Council meeting Insi Tuesday.  In dealing with two letiers sent  hy thc Association, thc council  turned aside an appeal lor a  lower village parking lul mi  village property.  Alderman Hume moved thai a  Idler  he   sent   lo   the   Harbour  Wharf telephone  Members of the Gibsons Council, left to right Alderman Goddard, Mayor Blain,  Alderman Hume, and Alderman Trainor, are shown at the public meeting held last  week to discuss pub proposals in Lower Gibsons.  Alderman   Trainor   has   pro- On June I at 2 p.m.. an elderly  posed   to   the   Gibsons   Village man was rescued by Wharfinger  council   that   a   telephone   be Garry White alter the man had  installed    al    Ihe    Government fa"en off the dock.   In order to  Wharf    in    the    Wharfinger's telephone an ambulance. While  office. Trainor made thc request had to send someone up to the  in light of a recent incident at head or the wharf.     Had  the  the wharf. accident   been   serious   or   the  gentleman severely injured.  vital moments would have been  lost in gelling lo a phone.  Thc council is looking into  the matter, and letters have been  sem lo the Canadian Coast  Guard and M.P. Jack Pearsall.  merchants pointing oul that ihe  village allows parking on bolh  sides ol Marine Drive and dial  lhc suggested village proper!)  (between Ihe Fire Hall and the  dry cleaner's) was nut tar away to  lie of any real value.  Thc Gibsons Harbour Business  Association is expected to make a  reply after iheir next meeting  later in the month.  The second suggestion hy the  Association proposed that the  vandalized washrooms in Pioneer  Park he lorn down and a gazebo  or some other structure that  would enhance the downtown  area hc established in their  place.  Council also look a dim view of  the suggestion and tallied the  letter until lite next council  meeting. The feelings expressed  by tile council members were ihat  any such structure would he vandalized as well.  the river valley u> Vancouver  Hay.  In his favourable comments  on Route No. I. Woodsworth  wrote i  "I. Very solid granodloritc  bedrock in evidence mosl ol  route; 2. Relatively low pass  elevation; .'. Completely  unsettled throughout; 4.  Northern half in very gentle  terrain following disused  railroad grade: 5. Similar  truck road follows southern  half north to within one mile  of pass."  Woodsworth's repori  also included unfavourable  comments on Route No. 1:  "I. The firsl mile from the  pass going north has a very  sleep descent, thus posing  problems for an exceptionally  heavy 500 kV line; 2. In same  area as above and next half  mile as well there is evidence  of very small snow avalanches  coming down four narrow gullies each aboul 200 cards  wide. SUMMARY: While  avalanche areas arc so small  as to bc no direct risk to  transmission lowers. air  turbulence they set up is said  lo reach velocities that could  take oul the lines. In thc  opinion of this consultant all  problems could be overcome  by using heavier lowers  placed at higher elevations  above the slide areas."  77ie second alternative:  Route Number Two follows  the same route as Rome  Number One up the Tzoonie  and Chickwat but strikes  west about Vh miles earlier,  running through a 4,200-  foot pass and down the valley  of the Perckcll Creek to  Tidewater some 2 miles  south of Vancouver Bay.  Woodsworth's comments are  as follows:  "I. Bolh sides of pass are  serviced with logging roads to  within a mile of height of  land: 2. Route would have  slightly less snowfall than  Route I because of exposure  to warmer ocean air: .t. Northern and southern sections  of grade both favourable;  4. No steep descents throughout.  It would appear to this  consultant that Route No. 2  is entirely feasible with no  major drawbacks. Il is .?()()  feci higher than Chickwat at  the highest point bin this may  be compensated for in terms  of snowfall by its being closer  to the ocean.''  The APC excursion was  thus successful in proving  the existence of a viable  alternative route which would  eliminate many of the undesirable alternative routes  crossing Sechelt Peninsula  and Nelson Island.  And     the third alternative:  A third alternative was  also studied al lite APC delegation's    request,    litis    one  following   the   Ashlu   Creek  course some fifteen  miles in  a norihwcsi direction, thus  striking southwest down lite  vallev of a creek called lhc  Stiikawtis and finally down ihe  Vancouver River lo Vancouver  Bay. This route was also  found to be clear of major  obstacles, and from social  and environmental standpoints n is much ihe niosi  attractive so far considered.  Il would limit aerial crossings  of sail water lo one. and avoid  exposure of ihe line anywhere  bul in ihe immediate Vancouver Hay area.  The question as to whether  any of Ihe three will be accepted by Hydro has nol yet  been answered although it  may be ai ihis Saturday's  . Please lum to Page Nine  ���Delivered to EVERY address on the Sunshine Coast every Tuesday  Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa^ Coast News, June 13,1978.  A LOCALLY OWNED NEWSPAPER  Published at Gibsons, B.C. every Tuesday by Glassford Press Ltd.  Box 460. Gibsons, VON 1VO  Editor-John Rurnside  Advertising - Penny Christian  Production ��� Kathy Love  Phone 886-2622 or 886-7817  Typesetting-CynthiaChristensen        <  Advertising /Photographer - Ian Corrance  Receptionist/Bookkeeper -M.M. Laplante  Veronica Plewman ��� Production  V.  SUBSCRIPTION HATES;  Distributed Free lo 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 Foreign $20.00 per year.  ��  CNA  Fisheries Dispute  for the average person the healed  dispute between the American and the  Canadian governments over fishing  rights may seem a vague and incomprehensible mailer. Even without  particular background on the details of  tins particular dispute, however, somc-  iliing might conceivably bc said.  First the continuing Canadian bugbear  of disparate regional interests is evident  here. Local fishermen feel that Fisheries  Minister Leblanc. an Easterner himself,  is trading off fishing rights on thc west  coasl to achieve some gains for east  coasl fishermen. We have no wish to  add our voice lo any bleating west coast  dissatisfaction with Canada when the  old girl needs and deserves all the  friends that she can gct, but it is true  that often the federal government, the  vast majority of those federal members  of parliament represent eastern constituencies, frequently betrays a lack of  sensitivity ��� to say thc least ��� to the  concerns of the West. It is a situation  which in Ihe long run will prove intolerable but will nol be rectified until we have  a federal government with its strength  scattered throughout the country rather  than grouped in two or three provinces  in Ihe Eastern part of the country.  The second observation which might  bc made is that il is lo be hoped that our  government, besides attempting to rep-  resenl Ihe legitimate concerns of Canadians on bolh Ihe east and the west  coasl. will negotiate wilh some toughness  on behalf of Canadians' interests as a  whole. The hislory of negotiation between the United States and Canada in  the one hundred and ten years of our  federation's life has been one of constant outsmarting of Canadian and  British negotiators by their American  counterparts. From thc days of the  negotiations concerning the Alaska  Panhandle when the British sold out  Canadian interests to appease the  Americans, lo the Columbia River Treaty  which W. A.C.Bennett masterminded  with disastrous and continuing cost  to the Canadian taxpayer. Canada has  continually cume out with the short end  of the stick in these negotiations.  If our country is to continue to be a  country we as a people, while guarding  our non-belligerent stance vis a vis the  world, will have to see our representatives refusing to let us continue to be a  pushover for our neighbours to the  south. This present fishing dispute  would seem tu be as good a place to start  as anv.  Hydro comes again  Attention is drawn to the article from  the Pender Harbour Ratepayers about  Hydro's continued plans for a power line  to Vancouver Island, and in particular  to the meeting being planned again  Ihis Saturday in Madeira Park. It would  appear ihat routes for the power line are  available which will lessen much of the  environmental impact of the puwer line  and we deserve to be assured that they  arc receiving full consideration from the  power corporation.  What must nol bc allowed to happen,  after the splendid interest and argument  lhal Ihe people of the Sunshine Coast  have thus far presented against the  original plans for the power line, is that  we lapse into indifference and apathy.  The public meeting which will be held on  the weekend will be al least as full of  information for the men from Hydro as  ii will be fore the residents of the  Sunshine Coast. If. after that last memorable meeting, Hydro officials come  amongst us Ihis time and find that the  turnout and the interest is noticeably  diminished they will be perfectly justified in believing ihat previous protests  amounted to nothing more lhan a tempes'  in a leapot and go ahead with whichever plan appeals to iheir technocrats  most.  It is simply not enough to raise our  voices once against a plan which we  find unacceptable. We can be sure  that the Hydro men are masters of the  waiting game and if they detect any  lessening of opposition or interest on  thc part of the residents of the Sunshine  Coast they will please themselves and we  will have no one tu blame but ourselves.  It is necessary, then, if our concerns  about this massive new power line and  the route it takes to Vancouver Island,  or indeed its necessity at all, if those  concerns were justified in the first  place they are justified still today. If  our resulutinn continues to be high in  opposition to the plans of the Power  Corporation it behouves us tu continue  to indicate that opposition with all the  eloquence, the concern, and the vigilance  that were in evidence the last time Hydro  officials came through here to discuss  their plans.  If our stance is weakened by a serious  reduction in numbers at this meeting we  will have gone a very lung way to undermine whatever positiun we suught to  take. It has been proven that concerted  opposition can affect thc decision makers  from afar but it cannot be a one-shot  opposition. It must be consistent, enduring and determined if it is to be  effective.  from the files of Coast New  fe1^11*  er  L  w  ��  5 YEARS AGO  Vince Prewer, aged 76, long-time  resident of Gibsons and a man very  active in the commercial life of the  community died on Monday of this  week. Funeral services will be held  on Friday.  Under the sponsorship of Judy  Kokind a Woman's Liberation Unit  is being set up in the Sunshine  Coast area.  10 YEARS AGO  A large crowd attended the of-  licial opening of the Brothers Memorial Park lasl Sunday. The first event  was a Little League game between the  Gibsons Kinsmen and Wilson Creek  Orioles.  The Coast News pays editorial  tribute to Senator Robert F.Kennedy  who was shot down by an assassin  minutes after winning the California  Democratic Primary in his quest for  the Democratic nomination for President ol the U.S.  15 YEARS AGO  In accordance with advice from  provincial authorities, Sechelt's  municipal council has decided to see  how a ratio of one parking space for  each 500 feet of retail space will  settle building and parking problems  in the village.  Jackson Bros. Logging Company  is honoured by the Workmen's  Compensation Board for its outstanding safety record during 1962.  20 YEARS AGO  Sechelt Centennial Committee will  finance Ihe fencing of Hackett  Park.  Sechelt won the Sechelt Peninsula  Track Meet on Sechelt school grounds  last Saturday. Runner up in the  competition was Madeira Park Elementary School.  An article in Chatelaine magazine  pays tribute to Mrs. Olivia Poole  who invented the Jolly Jumper.  Members ol the Poole family are  long-time residents of the Sunshine  Coast.  25 YEARS AGO  Early returns from the provincial  election indicate that Socred Premier  W.AC. Bennett has won personal  re-election. Counting of ballots  continues in other ridings.  Publisher of the Coast News, Sam  Nutter, is taken ill and is under the  care of Dr. Hugh Inglis.  30YEARS AGO  Charges that Ihe provincial government through its policy of perpetual  forest management was wiping out  the independent logging operator  were hurled at CD. Orchard, Deputy  Minister of Lands and Forests, at  a public meeting held In the Powell  River Court House on Thursday  evening.  Visitors to the Sunshine Coast are  having difficulty getting home again  because of the recent heavy floods  in the Fraser Valley.  Gibsons Landing, some time during the 1930's. A singles  match is underway on the clay court built and maintained  by a local tennis club on property owned by W.W.Winn.  Eric Inglis recalls having helped to take blue clay from a bank  where the highway crosses Chaster Creek, mixing it with sand,  and rolling it flat for a smooth surface, usable only in dry weather. This site was excavated in 1947 to make space for Bal's  Block. After this loss, the community raised funds with which  to help clear and commence to develop Dougal Park. There,  Eric did his bit not by bringing in clay but by removing hard-  pan. The two courts built In the Park have been recently  refurbished by the Village. Two additional courts, also made  possible by public support, are located near Elphinstone  Secondary School. With only a minor break, the community  has contrived to maintain facilities for this venerable game for  nearly fifty years. Photographer Helen McCall has caught a  steamer, probably the Union Steamships Company SS Capilano  rounding the marker, with Keats Island behind. Photo  courtesy Ross Gibson and  Elphinstone  Pioneer Museum.  L.R.Peterson  iJE  Musings  John Burnside  Slings & Arrows  George Matthews  J  It's not that 1 have anything  against water. In fact there  are occasions when I am quite  fond of it. I give frequent  thanks for what the poet  Rupert Bruoke referred tu as  "the benisnn of hot water."  I like a good long, meditative  bath and indulge myself  frequently. I like the brisk  tingling action of a good  shower. All over Canada I  have sought hot springs and  can lie inert and happy in  hot water whether in a rocky  crevice or a tub fur as long  as anyone I know. Many  years ago on my unly foray  suuth intu the sub-trupical  zunes of the world. I paddled  and swam and floated with  the enthusiasm of a real  aquaphile in lhc clear warm  waters of Ihe Mediterranean.  No it is not water per se that  I have a quarrel with.  It will bc apparent to the  perceptive reader that the  constant in thc above paragraph of tribute is temperature. I like warm water. It  is entirely Ihe question uf  temperature that exercises  whatever negativity I feel  towards thc substance which  covers two thirds of the  world's surface. Any exposure to water which isn't  the same temperature as the  blood leaves me cold, so to  speak, and since I have spent  virtually my entire life in  northern climes my relationship wilh Ihe wel stuff in its  untreated forms has nol often  been a happy one.  Of course, the roots of ihis  uneasy relationship go back  to the rools of childhood.  Western Scotland is a charming place, a bonny place lull  of warm and hospitable people  and I love il dearly, but it is  no disloyalty on my part to  acknowledge that it is assuredly not the sun and fun  capital of the world. The  North Atlantic is cold. They  tell you with a heartless  cheerfulness that thc Gulf  Stream touches the coast and  that il is warmer than the rest  of the Atlantic bul it is small  comfort indeed. The best  that can be said for it is that  there are not actual icebergs  visible.  When I was very young  wc paddled first in the muddy  puols of little streams. Thc  Fuller Burn near Mauchline  was my first splashing place.  Wc used to go off, three or  four of us on thc rare sunny  days when real warmth could  be discerned from the sun for  'a day at the Fuller'. We  would fortify ourselves  with  polatoes and turnips and carrots lifted from farmers'  fields along the way and  make ourselves improvised  and meatless stews in a billy-  can over a campfire and  splash with varying degrees  of enthusiasm in the muddy  tepid water. Even then.  as an astonishingly thin  child I was always thc first  to feel the cold, there never  being an ounce of fat between  my poor bones and the elements.  Sometimes we undertook  an expedition to thc sea,  just eleven miles away but  the distance does not indicate  the massive nature of Ihe  undertaking. On hot Sundays  we would irek the mile to the  bus slop encumbered with the  paraphernalia of summer  pleasure sueh as we knew it  and would stand in line fur  buses which came every  hour. On such Sundays  half the population of lhc villages of the area would have  the same idea and il was not  unusual to see thc great  red double deckers already  loaded with beach bound families sweep right past us  and then it would bc another  wait of an hour in thc hopes  of gelling on to the next  one.  Our destination was always  Ayr, which is a very pleasant  coastal town and Ihe capital  of the county. The beaches at  Ayr surely lake second place  tu none in lernts of sand.  Mile after mile of Ihe mosl  incredible golden sands, but.  oh, the temperature of the  waler. I have pictures of  incredibly crowded beaches  wilh people wrapped in rugs  and shawls and huddled in  deck chairs bravely sunning  themselves in the face of a  cool breeze off the North  Atlantic. The men would  take off their jackets and tics  and, depending on age. would  stroll thc sands nr play soccer on thc adjacent grass.  The women would superintend thc inevitable tea and  sandwiches and thc more  hardy among them would  wade calf deep in thc frigid  waters. Some impervious  children would frolic and the  very occasional swimmer  would actually enter the sea.  but fur the must part it was  empty and as a child I would  content myself with my sand  pail and little shovel and  make castles or wander  around looking at the people,  a life long hobby of mine.  Later in high school they  gave   us   swimming   lessons.  and fine exercises in sadism  they were. They marched us  across to an open air swimming pool in April in Scotland,  tor God's sake, some eight  or nine degrees south of thc  Arctic Circle and taught us  swimming. I lurked in changing rooms and washrooms  and set all kinds of records  for thc time taken lo gct out  of clothes and into swimming  trunks and kept the dreadful exposure lo the icy water  down to a minimum. I was  invariably blue and shivering  and the P.E. teacher, whom 1  loathed, look great delight in  making sure I was getting my  quota of suffering.  Years later and of my own  volition I learned to swim at  an indoor pool, heated, at the  Central Downtown Y.M.C.A.  in Montreal and since my  arrival on the Coast here  I will on very hoi days in very  sheltered rock-warmed pools  actually succeed in enjoying  the business of swimming.  1 envy those who plunge in  and frolic and on very brief  occasions manage it myself.  For the mosl part however I  like to look at water or meet  it in the aforementioned  hoi pools or bathtubs.  A few years ago 1 was  back in Scotland and walking  Ihe same beaches I had shivered on as a boy. Two urchins  burst from the waves right  beside me and I asked thc  traditional question. "How's  thc water!" The little buy  who answered me was blue  and shook uncontrollably wiih  the cold. "Oh. it's grreat,"  he said and scampered off  to wrap himself in Ihe biggest  towel he could find. I admired  his tenacious optimism but  could not and cannol emulate  it. No one is more abjectly  and ineffectually miserable  than this skinny Scot at the  merest touch of cold water.  So was it when I was a boy.  So is it now I am a man.  Could it be that thc Driftwood Plavers are actually  going to get together and do a  play after all this time? It  seems that this time Burnside  is the culprit. On his own initiative, without the least encouragement from anyone,  he went out and bought a  couple of copies of three  very funny Eric Nichol plays.  Then one night at thc Cedars,  in a fit of beery enthusiasm  he managed, as only the Coast  News editor can. to talk both  of us into doing something  about it.  Once John had his sucker in  the bag he did a Matthews and  skulked away on some lame  excuse about a holiday and  left thc poor sucker holding  his own bag. To make matters  worse, everybody that read  thc damned script seemed to  like it. So there we were with  a good script, some turned on  people and no money with a  first rehearsal coming up on  Tuesday night at Mary Dory's  place on Pratt Road. In the  best Driftwood Players  tradition thc casting will be  open. We're looking for -a  young, beautiful but vacuous  female who looks stunning in a  bikini; a tough , worldly,  middle-aged female housekeeper who collects purno-  graphie dnltwuod; a cynical,  good looking .15 to 45 year old  poet; a tweedy but attractive  young female professor;  a mad Russian poet; two big  police officers, referred to  irreverently as "Tweedledum" and "Tweedle-dum-  mcr"; an aggressive, wealthy,  middle-aged patroness of the  arts; her mousey, but business  wise dog-food manufacturer  husband; and a young Eskimo  sculptor.  The play itself is a relatively simple three-act, hilariously funny, irreverent,  sexy, satirical and light  hearted play. Called "The  Fourth   Monkey",   the   play  was first performed in 1968  at the Playhouse Theatre in  Vancouver and featured the  Beachcombers' Rae Brown in  one of the lead roles. The setting is a small, privately  owned Gulf Island and contains enough coast humour  and reference to make it  perfect Gibsons fare.  The next step, after casting. I guess is to gct the  stage manager working, start  rehearsing twice a week,  and look to put the play  together by Sea Cavalcade  time. Putting on a play is an  interesting business. The  object of the exercise is clear,  the time line precise and not  much in this world offers the  opportunity to make order  out of chaos in such simple  terms.  People work harder, accept  instructions and criticisms  more easily and devote  themselves to the success of  an enterprise more willingly  when they are doing something they like and want to  do. Play production is such  an enterprise.  Anyone out there who wants  tu work in this production  should gct oul to our first  rehearsal. Be prepared to do  a reading, listen to ihe director wax philosophical about  the qualities of each character and generally bc ordered  around. We need actors  and backstage people willing  to commit two months tu the  production,  Damn you Burnside! How  could you do this to me?  I could have spent thc next  two months sunning on thc  beach, weeding the garden,  reading, getting intu shape  and generally recreating myself. Now you've got me  turned on tu doing this  bloody play and you're not  even going to be in it. Damn  your suul! But yuu and 1  know hnw much fun I'm  going to have.  MEETING AT NIGHT  The grey sea and the long black land;  And thc yellow half-moon large and low;  And thc startled little waves that leap  In fiery ringlets from their sleep,  As I gain the cove with pushing prow,  And quench its speed in the slushy sand.  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Around l��MK. after several  years elsewhere, I returned  to Vancouver with my family  and began exploring thc warrens of thc city anew. My eyes  were beginning to widen by  now; my interests beginning  to stray beyond movie-theatres, libraries and secondhand bookstores, Accompanied by my equally-curious  friends Dapper and Bird. I  drifted again to that scruffiest section of town. We were  motivated partly by Ihe  rumour thai certain pubs in  the area took a lax attitude  when it came to serving  minors. (After a number of  embarrassing ejections, we  eventually located a couple.)  Women loomed large in our  thoughts also. None of us  for some reason, was doing  particularly well with girls  during that particular period.  Accordingly, we became very  intrigued by thc painted and  beckoning gypsy women who  sat in the windows of several  empty stores along Main  Street. We had become convinced that these bright-  shawled    mysterious    ladies  Last chance  this year!  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One of our chief diversions  on those initial skidroad  junkets was simply studying  the characters who made the  district their home. There was  a peculiar man who wore a  white suit (somewhat stained  and discoloured with age),  puttees and a pith helmet.  Several medals of obscure  origin decorated his right  breast. He looked like a refugee from Victorian India  somehow cast adrift on these  alien streets. We often spotted him silently scuttling on  unknown errands among  hoarse-voiced derelicts and  shrill-voiced eastend housewives shopping for bargains  at cut-rate clothing or meat  stores.  Then as today. Chinatown  lay cheek by jowl with thc  skidroad-proper but studiously maintained its own identity.  The Chinese population was  notably abstemious and it was  highly unusual to see a drunk-  JJ  en Oriental. There were the  immemorial tales of secret  passages that honeycombed  the earth beneath Pender  Street and led to subterranean opium-dens but if they  existed, they were strictly  off-limits to white men. Before the licensing of cafes,  there were no liquor-outlets  of a legal nature in Chinatown. There were however,  two or three quite notorious  bottle-clubs where you could  bring your own and buy mixer.  I received a rather jolting  introduction to eastend cabaret night-life in one of these  places.  It came about in the late  fall of that year, courtesy of  my brother Chris who had  just arrived in town from an  upcoast logging-camp with  his first stake of any consequence. 1 was still working  then at thc General Hospital  laundry for minisculc wages  and when Chris offered to  finance a night on the town,  I was far from averse. I was  by this time, keeping sporadic  company with a dark intense  girl called Alice and Chris  had secured a date with an  old girl-friend. He had come  down from camp with a partner however and somehow  it was agreed that the guy  would join us for awhile.  Chris' friend was a Cape  Bretoner called Scotia. He  was new on the Coast and  Chris felt duty-bound to invite  him along for a few drinks.  Scotia was squat, bushy-  browed, burly, about thirty  and seemed friendly-enough.  We picked up a couple of  bottles and made our way  to the seedy establishment  already mentioned. The club  was virtually empty. We ordered Chinese food and ginger-ale and settled in to have  aparty.  Everything went swimmingly up to a certain point.  With a few drinks in him.  the somewhat taciturn Scotia  became very talkative and  regaled us with wild stories  about his Maritime boyhood  and thc long Odyssey that had  brought him finally to the  westcoast woods. It was  amusing at first but hc didn't  know when to stop and  after awhile, his constant  talking began to grate on our  nerves. The girls were beginning to gel edgy and bored.  Chris and I retired to the  John to discuss some diplomatic method of getting out of  there minus the garrulous  Easterner. Suddenly, the door  burst open and Scotia came  charging through like a berserk rhino. He'd somehow  developed the delusion that  Chris and I had come to the  washroom to fight. "You  ain't punchin' out any partner  of mine!" hc hollered.  I was so plain damn surprised. I didn't even sec the  blow coming. It caught me  off-balance and square in  the mouth. The next thing  I knew. I was sitting on my  rear-end in the urinal with a  cut lip.  "Hey! Take it easy for  Christ's sake!" protested  Chris. "Nobody wants to  bloody fight! We're just  talking."  "Don't tell me what to do.  you sonofabitch!" roared thc  burly Maritimer. quite amok  now and completely forgetting his original purpose in thc  raw business of battle. Hc  swung on Chris who was a  good deal lighter than me and  knocked him flat on his butl  too.  I lurched to my feet with thc  seat of my pants soaking wet  and no sort of strategy in  mind. Thc guy was a complete lunatic and strong as a  bull. I looked around desperately for something to  Please turn to Page Five  f GREAT!!!  'Jt  Fathers Day  flRGfllN  Chuck Mangione  #  ��J  Bonnie Tyler  TJ's for the best  sound around.  Sunnycrest Centre 886-9111  Gordon Lightfoot  Kenny Rodgers  & Dolly West  Sale Mon.  thru Sat.  REG.  $7.98  AT RECORD  VALUE  $4.99  Robert Palmer  Bob Seger  SONY  TFMC MOW  Sony's compart AM/FM diglmallr rlork radio.  Features: Urge illgimatlc numerals and Illuminated  dial for easy day or night reading; big 2'/i" speaker for  full AM/FM sound; wakes you in the morning to gentle  AM or FM muslr; modem styled white cabinet takes up  very little spare.  nnnnnq  Twilight Theatre  A romantic and a happy film  from lhc pun of ace Broadway  writer. Neil Simon will play at  the Twilight Theatre for an entire week. Wednesday. June 14  t hnnigh Tuesday. .1 u ne 20.  The film, Ihe Goodbye Girl, stars  the exciting young actor Richard  Dreyfuss, who won an Oscar for  thc role, and Simon's wife.  Marsha Mason, who was also  nominated For her work in the  film.  In lhc Goodbye Girl. Mason  plays the role of a hard-luck  dancer who. at age 33, thinks  that she is too old for almost  anything. particularly love.  Dreyfuss is the crazy hut kind and  talented actor who shows her  otherwise. These two and  Quinn Cummings. age 4 and  making her screen debut, carry  most of the action with help from  some  of  the   many   supporting  people.  Dreyfuss, of course, has rocketed to stardom recently in such  films as The Apprenticeship of  Dudriv Kravilz, American Graf*  fill, Jaws, and most recently in  Close Kncounters of thc Third  Kind. Marsha Mason had a  fine screen start in Illume in  Love and won a previous Oscar  nomination for her role in Cinderella Libert>.  The management of thc Twilight Theatre point out that for  this delightful film additional  screenings may he scheduled and  the times of performance may  change depending on circumstances. Patrons who plan to  enjoy this romantic comedy arc  invited to phone the theatre on  any given evening during the run  of thc film and the recorded  message will confirm the time  of thc screenings.  Radio /haek  AUTHORIZED SALES CENTRE  Super low price on o 40-channel base station  M  1     ������!'-.    --K ."*--������:'  SAVE '40  Ir-iia Ijgl        Reg. S179.9S  139  95  ELECTRONICS  Cowrie St.. Sechell, B.C   Box 1208  ^TWILIGHT  GTHEATRIb  886-2827  GIBSONS  J3  Reg. $59.95  SALE PRICE  $39.95  t  t  "ONE OF THE  BEST PICTURES  OF THE YEAR."  TIME MAGAZINE  ihe  GOOD  A KAY STARK PRODUCTION OF A HIIKBKKT ROSS HLM  Nl II SIMON'S  THE GOODBYE GIRL"  RICHARD DREYFUSS ��� MARSHA MASON  Coarse Language MATURE  Extra shows may be scheduled, and starting  times may change from day to day.   Please  phone for recorded message.  Academy Award Winner      For ? days  Best Actor Wed. 14toTue. 20  NEXT WEEK "THE COACH'  Starring Cathy Lee Crosby  iiiiiii I'll i iiiiiiiiiii  Ellingham 's  ��   Astrology  By Rac Ellinghum  Week commencing: June 12lh.  General Notes: Mars now moves  into a fresh sign (Virgo) and.  once again, it's lime to focus our  energies into life departments  which have been neglected or  need new stimulation. The following prognostications point to  Ihe areas requiring special attention during the next seven  weeks.  A very favourable Jupiter-Uranus aspect indicates that a few  babies born Ihis week will become  highly respected spiritual leaders. Mid-week arrivals will  excel in work requiring much  attention lo detail.  ARIES iManh 21-April l>��|  Vim now have 10 start solving  any lingering medical or employment problems. Those of you  actually working should avoid  on-the-job confrontations during  the next few weeks. Now's Ihe  time logo ahead with more sensible health and diet programmes.  TAURUS (April 20-Maj 211)  Accent will be on all kinds of  pleasures, amusements, speculation, risks and children. Social  life becomes hectic so guard  against fatigue and over doing  it. Artists should enjoy a fresh  burst of creative activity.  GEMINI |May21-Junc 21)  Emphasis is on increased  activities around the home.  You'll have the energy to demolish, reconstruct, remodel or decorate. Too much noise and mess  will be thc cause of silly domestic  fights. Real estate transactions  get the green light at last.  CANCER (June 22-July 22,  Expect an increase in all forms  of communications. Correspondence, phone calls and short  visits will direct your life into  new areas very soon. You now  have to choose your words carefully when dealing with brothers,  sisters and neighbours. Highway driving requires full concentration for the next few weeks.  LEO (July 2.VAug.22|  Mars moves out of your sign  after a busy six-month period  you'll never forgel. You're now  entitled to relax and enjoy a more  leisurely, less frantic pace.  Meanwhile, focus is on money,  possessions, and building up  fresh slocks and supplies.  VIRGO (Aug. 2.1-Sept. 22)  Mars now moves into Virgo,  heralding a new two-year activity  cycle. It's time to forget the past  and initiate fresh plans and  projects with enthusiasm and confidence. You'll still have lo guard  against selfishness and remember to consider thc feelings of  those close to you.  LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oci. 23)  You'll soon feel like withdrawing into your own private  space to contemplate future  plans and trends. Explain gently  to loved ones your need lo work  alone undisturbed, Hospitals  and friends in seclusion will  figure strongly.  SCORPIO (Oct.24-Nov.22)  The lime is ripe for actively  pursuing your long-range hopes  and wishes. Daydreaming produces nolhing and you now have  to make things happen. Contentment is also found directing extra  energy Into group projects and  community affairs. Trivial arguments with friends and acquaintances lie ahead.  SAGITTARIUS (Nov.2J.Dec.21)  You'll soon have the energy  to si rive for greater personal  achievements. It's about lime  vou attempted to raise your  status and position a lew notches.  During the next few weeks, take  care nol lo step on the Iocs of  employers, bosses, and powerful authority figures.  CAPRICORN (I)cc.22-Jan 19)  Spotlight will bc on long distance communications, people,  places, and affairs far away.  Direct new energy into further  education, skills improvement,  and Ihe acquisition of deeper  knowledge. Al Ihe same lime,  try not io beat people over Ihe  head wilh your opinions and beliefs.  AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Eeb. IH)  You'll soon be expected to  organize and activate other  people's financial affairs. Those  close to you will be all talk about  ambitious cash-making schemes  bul liiiiirc profits depend on you.  You'll still have to find time to  arrange your own personal insurance, investment, and tax  mailers.  PISCES (Feb. 19-Mar.20)  Extra energy will be spent  trying to make all partnership  affairs run more smoothly but  confrontations with close associates seem inevitable. Unfortu-  nalcly. you may lie forced to  hack down, give in. and let the  other side have its own way.  Once again marriage partners  have to Tight it out.  Italian choir here  The Vancouver Italian Folk  Chorus will present a special  performance in the Elphinstone  Gymnasium in Gibsons on Sunday. June IS at 6:00 p.m. Admittance lo this special Father's  Day Ireal will bc by silver collection.  The Chorus was founded in  September. 1170 by Ihe Rev.  Bernardo Rossi. Since lhal lime  il has held its various activities  including weekly practices, in  Vancouver. During the ll)70-7l  season il was a male chorus,  numbering a do/en members.  Il began by performing the short,  simple songs of ihe mountains of  Italy in Ihree or four pans. In  the following season the chorus  grew lo about 20 members,  including a half dozen women.  Since lhal time it has grown in  size (40 members) and has ex  panded ils repertory, to include,  besides lhc folk music, also some  operatic choruses, and some religious music. Members come  from all parts of greater Vancouver, faithfully driving from as  far as Langley and Horseshoe  Bay for the weekly practices.  Most are new Canadians who  have come to Vancouver since  Ihe Second World War.  Thc Chorus has performed on  numerous occasions in the Vancouver area, and also several  times in Victoria, twice in Trail,  and once in Prince George. This  spring it is performing in Powell  River. Since I97J the Chorus  has taken pari each year in the  International Folk Festival in  Ihe Queen Elizabeth Theatre, and  since 1474 also in thc annual  Folkfesl.  00NT  FORGET  OAO  ON  FATHERS  SUNDAY,  JUNE 18  WE HAVE  ISOMETHING SPECIAL  FOR  YOUR DAD  [Richards  Sunnycrest ITienS'  Shopping Centre      tagtiSkr  Iqgjj^ S H 886-2116_  aaaaaa From the Cab Stand  In praise of a Heritage  Coast News, June 13,1978  �� CBC Radio  Bv John Moore  thought for the last hundred  years may have been some-  A people who have no past   what preoccupied with feel-  have no future. It's something   ings  of alienation  from  all  to bear in mind when you  hear people talk about filling  in and subdividing the marsh  sanctuaries of birdlife or in-  this "culture", at least they  have something concrete to  feel alienated from. We, on  the other hand, all too often  discriminatcly       logging-off   exhibit the same casual con-  the forest, or of flooding  whole valleys to provide  electric power to light cities  in other countries. An unspoiled natural environment  and abundant wildlife arc an  essential part of Ihe history  and heritage of this continent. Our irresponsible attitude toward Ihis heritage has  already resulted in thc near  extinction of Ihe once numerous bison and bald eagle and  the placement of many other  species on the endangered  list. If wc fail to continue and  expand our conservation activities this continent will stxin  resemble Africa, where the  remnants of what was once  the most prolific and varied  wildlife in Ihe world are  crowded together on a few  preserves that are still ruthlessly plundered by poachers.  Surprisingly, for a people  who have become increasingly urban-oriented over the  past century, our attitude  toward our cities has been  little better. Traditionally  man has progressed by  building thc future upon the  foundation of the past. In  Europe, new buildings coexist with ancient structures.  Thc  castles,  cathedrals and  tempt for our own history  that we have already shown  for the natural environment.  We knock down perfectly  serviceable buildings less  than fifty years old to make  room for jerry-built buildings  which will doubtlessly bc  pulled down long before their  usefulness is ended to facilitate thc construction of still  other "temporary" structures. Il may make for a  healthy construction industry, but when a high percentage of the stores and offices  thus created remain untenanted for long periods the  wisdom of such enthusiastic  growth might seem questionable, particularly when  buildings of truly historical  interest and significance are  resettled from the bulldozer  at the eleventh hour only by  the most determined acton  on the part of citizens' groups.  Thc alienation North Americans feel when confronted  with their culture differs  greatly from thc alienation  of Europeans. It's one thing  to be alienated from a culture  represented by. say. Char-  tres cathedral, but it's something else again to have profound  feelings of alienation  half-ruined temples of past when confronted with a used  civilization have a symbolic car lot or drive-in burger  value which long outlasts their   joint,   especially   when   it's  utility and far exceeds their  value as mere tourist attractions; they provide concrete  focal points for an awareness of the past. They demonstrate the continuity of history    and    while    European  LMC~L-Uy    * Continued from Page Four  clobber him with. At that must have taken a harder  moment, the door burst open punch than me was still lean  again and four or five excited    ing dazedly against the wall.  likely to be torn down overnight and replaced by a self-  serve gas station.  It has been observed that  in North America it is not  change itself which we have  difficulty   adjusting   lo,   but  Chinamen came running in.  "You stop! You stop! We call  the cops!" one of them was  piping in a high-pitched  voice.  Scotia turned on them like  a cornered gorilla. I thought  for a second he was going to  tackle the whole pint-sized lot  of them. Hc stood there red-  faced and quivering, his big  fists bunched. Then all at  once, hc shrugged his shoulders and the unwarranted  anger seemed to drain from  him like dirty oil from a crank-  case." It's okay," he muttered. "Little misunderstanding. Everything's under  control." Offering no further  explanation or apology, he  pushed past them and walked  out of the club.    Chris who  You'll  newer  forget  the  Shrine  Circus  The Shrine Circus. A  household word. Because,  over the years, the Shrine  has funded 21 hospitals  and treatment centres for  children. There are lots of  circuses. There is only one  Shrine Circus-doing The  Greatest Work On Earth.  Presented by the  Gizeh Temple  June 16-17-18  Vancouver  Pacific Coliseum  Tickets: Vancouver Ticket Centre.  Baton's and vthei outlets  FORKIDS.BECAUSE  OF KIDS.  'Dammit, man, I'm sorry  about that!" he said.  "Scotia's a real good guy  when he's sober. Guess hc  just can't hold his booze."  "You ain't just whistling  Dixie! I sure don't want to  meet any more loggers if  they all act like him!"  "Ah. most of them are  okay!" But at that moment, he  didn't sound any too sure of  it himself.  Thc unwanted fracas had  sobered us up and effectively put a damper on the whole  evening. We rejoined the  flabbergasted and frightened  girls, paid our tab and headed  dispiritedly for home. In  this somewhat violent manner, Chris and 1 were initiated  into the freewheeling and furtive world of the eastend  cabarets.  rather thc Dace of change.  We live in a time when it is  possible for a human being to  have witnessed both the  Wright brothers' first powered flight and thc first landing of men on thc moon. Our  very surroundings change so  rapidly and radically that wc  constantly feel like strangers  in our own homes. Just the  other week I shared a cup of  coffee with an older man in  the Dogwood Cafe. He'd  spent mosl of his life farming  in the Gibsons area and he  regaled me wilh laics of the  days when mosl of what is  now upper Gibsons was farmland or bush and strav cows  used to wander through the  lower village. He spoke with  wistful resignation of thc  changes hc had seen and 1.  curiously enough. didn't  find il all thai hard to empathize with him. I realized at  some point in the conversation  that Ihe reason for this was  simply that my own earliest  memories of Gibsons are of  the "Gibsons Landing" of  fifteen to twenty years ago,  when it was thc terminal of  overnight fishing-trips with  my father and wc tied our  boat up to the jetty and  slept on thc damp deck,  rocked to sleep by the waters  of the bay lapping against  thc hull with a sound like  poetry chanted in an impossibly beautiful alien language.  My memories of Gibsons  were a child's memories,  clear and distinct, but almost  too real, somehow timeless  and dreamlike. For years 1  seldom consciously gave a  thought to the place, though  every so often, when I'd had  it up to here with the city  and my thoughts turned to  potential sanctuary. Gibsons  would spring to mind out of  my subconscious memory.  When the town re-entered  my life (or 1 re-entered it's,  depending on point of view)  1 became aware of the many  changes that had taken place,  but I also recognized, with the  relief you always feel when  you discover a place you think  you might have dreamed, that  thc fundamental character  of thc place, the intangible  quality that had impressed  itself on my young mind,  still persisted.   Inevitably thc  By Maryanne West  In our North American society  the family veterinarian is often  as important as Ihe family  doctor. Between Ourselves,  6:15 p.m. Saturday, follows a  team of veterinarians in Vernon  through an ordinary day's work,  focusing on their patients, their  customers and Iheir joy in helping  keep animals healthy.  The Hornby Collection. Saturday K:05 p.m.. lakes an affectionate look al Hope in the old days,  a small town on Ihe verge of a  gold strike.  Concern. Sunday 4:05 p.m.,  has a first hand report from So-  weto, South Africa.  Playhouse begins a summer  season of whodunits Ihis Thursday. H:(I4 p.m. wilh Pari I of the  Fables of Ahlcmau. the Grapes  of Koth by Harvey Berger.  Wednesday, June 14  British Theatre: 2:04 p.m..  Jusl One More Time, by John  Kirkmorris.  Mostly    Music:     10:20    p.m..  C.B.C.    Vancouver    Orchestra,  Alexandria   Browning,   soprano.  Schumann. Berlioz.  Nightcap:    11:20    p.m..    John  Stark   describes   Stephen   Lea-  cock's life. Part II.  Thursday, June IS  British theatre: 2:04 p.m.. The  Toff and   the   Runawav   Bride,  Part III.  Playhouse: S:04 p.m.. The Grapes  of Roth, by Harvey Berger.  Country Road: 8:30 p.m., Meadow Green.  Mostly Music: 10:20 p.m.. Music  for June Brides.  Nightcap: 11:20 p.m.. Al Purdy.  Friday, June 16  Jazz Radio-Canada: S:J0 p.m.,  Nimmons-n-Ninc plus six. Jean  Bcndcl Trio.  Mostly Music: 10:20 p.m..  Music for June Brides. Part  II.  town will change and grow,  but the inevitability of change  should never inspire a sense  have the ability to do more  than merely respond or react  to change. If we cannot completely control our destiny,  we at least have the power  to seriously affect the direction that change will take.  The blessing is mixed, since  that power also places us  under an obligation to act  thoughtfully and intelligently and puts thc responsibility for Ihe consequences  of our actions largely on our  own heads.  To be continued. Over and  Out.  Nightcap:  11:20 p.m.. Anniversary of Recorded Sound.  Saturday, June 17  Between Ourselves: 6:15 p.m..  B.C.Veterinarians,  prepared  bv  J.J.McColl.  The Hornby Collection: 8:05 p.m.  Hope, (he Colours of the Time,  by Michael Mercer.  Anthology: 111:05 p.m.. Hook  review. Kildare Dobbs. Interview with author Malcolm Cow-  Icy.  Sunday, June 18  The Entertainers: 4:35 p.m.  Stcvic Wonder. Part III. Siring  Band. Profile of Denny Dohcrty.  Music de Chez Nous: 7:05  p.m. Orford Quartet. Mozart,  Beckwith, Schubert.  My Musle: 8:35 p.m.. B.B.C.  Quiz.  Concern: 1:05 p.m.. African Revolution.  Monday, June IV  British Theatre: 2:04 p.m.. The  Princess  and  Ihe   Plumber,  by  Royce Ryton.  Gold Rush: 8:30 p.m.. Brent  Tilcombe. Interview wilh Rick  Danko.  Mostly Musle: 10:20p.m.. C.B.C.  Vancouver    Orchestra.    Arthur  Ozolins. piano. Beethoven.  Nightcap: 11:20 p.m.. Actresses  Susan George. Susannah York.  Tuesday, June 20  British    Theatre:    2:04    p.m..  The Dark Island. Part IV.  My   Word:  8:04   p.m..   B.B.C.  Ouiz.  Mostly Music: 10:20 p.m.. R.C.  M.P.  Concert   Band from   1978  Vancouver Heritage Festival.  Nightcap: 11:20 p.m.. Architect  Charles Eamcs.  C.B.C.-FM Radio  Ideas:  8:04 p.m.  Wednesday���  Aging. Thursday ��� New Archaeology    and    Ancient    Settlers.  Friday    ���    New    Archaeology  and Ancient Settlers. Monday ���  Ked   Man/While   World.  Tuesday ��� Referendum Canada.  Radio      International:      Fridav  Driftwood Players  to produce Nicol play  A group of newly-reconstituted  Driftwood Players will meet at  Mary Dory's house on Pratt  Road next to Quality Farms  Supply at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday,  June 13, to discuss and read the  play THE FOURTH MONKEY.  By Erie Nicol, well-known humour columnist for Ihe Vancouver  Province. The play Is set In the  Gulf Islands and a few years  ago was performed at the Play  house in Vancouver to considerable acclaim.  Present plans for the THE  FOURTH MONKEY call for a  production to coincide with Sea  Cavalcade. Anyone interested  In participating in the endeavour  is invited to attend Ihe Tuesday nighl meeting.  Directing Ihe production will  be lhc founder of Ihe Driftwood  Flayers, George Matthews.  'OPEN HOUSE'  TRANSMISSION LINE INFORMATION  SATURDAY JUNE 17  B.C. Hydro will host an informal "open house" information meeting to discuss route alternatives for the Cheekye to  Dunsmuir 600 kilovolt transmission line.  The purpose ol the meeting is to provide information lo  residents of the Sunshine Coast region on this project, and to provide an opportunity for them to comment. Representatives of B.C.  Hydro and Beak Consultants will be in attendance.  Interested members of the public are invited to drop in  at their convenience between 2:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m.  The "open house" meeting will be held at:  MADEIRA PARK LEGION HALL  SATURDAY, JUNE 17  Between 2:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m.  Printed information about the transmission project will  be available, and maps and charts will be on display.  NOTE: A report entitled "Cheekye to Dunsmuir500 kV Transmission  Line, Route Selection Study, Phase 1, Volume 1"is available  tor reference at the B.C. Hydro district office, Sechelt, and  the Gibsons Public Library.  ff B.C HYDRO  Aerialisls of the Carson  Circus are in the midst  1:04 p.m.. lhc Prlesl and lhc  President, by Michael Killer-  master ��� the turbulent mood of  change in Africa.  Audience: 9:05 p.m.. Pari I.  Thc Lion and Ihe Tigercub by  George Woodcock. Part II.  Rachmaninoff preludes. Vladimir Ashkcnazy, piano. Part  III. Requiem by Anna Akhmalo-  C.B.C.-TV Highlights  Sunday: Path of Ihe Paddle -  2:00 p.m.. Doubles Basic.  Anne Murray Special 1:00 p.m..  guests Phil  Esposito, Jim Stafford. Mike Douglas.  This   Land   10:0(1   p.m.   Cattle  Rustlers in B.C.  This Half Hour 10:30 p.m.  summer special Hana Harlncr  talks wilh Bob While of United  Auto Workers.  Tuesday: Across Canada. 10:30  p.m.. The Nishgas, A struggle  for Survival, filmed in North  Wesl B.C.  and Barnes        high-flying act.  The circus and its  of their attendant zoo will be in the area  June 14.  Inqlb  Quality am Appliances  Sold & Serviced  J&C  ELECTRONICS  Radio/haek  authorized Sales Centre  Cowrie St..Sechell. B.C. Box 1208  885-2568  King  on  FATHER'S DA^li^ '  Special  CHARLIE'S       ^,-^-  57.50  CHOCOLATE  FACTORY  ? ��� & Gfa (US  COWRIE  SECHELT  885-9455  Money Back Life  Insurance. Income  Protection. Mortgage  Payment. Retirement  Funds. Education  of Children.  Business Insurance.  Let me show you  how you can benefit.  MIKEDANROTH  Box 1220  Gibsons, B.C.  886-9408  Get )our life in shape  READ ANY GOOD  LABELS LATELY?  A basic guide to the Who, What, Where, When  and Why of Shopping Canadian.  Why should you Shop Canadian?  Every time you buy something made in  Canada, you help keep a Canadian working  You help keep Canadian money inside  Canada. You help to expand .md strengthen  Canada's economy.  When you think about it, you help yoursell  When should you Shop Canadian?  Whenever you're satisfied that the produi i  ir service you need is  (Al made or grown in Canada .md  Hi oi equal or belter value and qualit>  rhat'snol just good advice    it's good  Nlr\0E  FPfiW  flufeWJ  What is made in Canada ?  just about everything vou need lo help  you live the life you want  As the saying goes, we have no bananas, but we do have Apples Bandages,  Cranes, Drills, Elevators, Furniture,  Glassware, Holiday resorts, Insulation,  lewellery, Kilt hen appliam es, I umber,  Machinery, Newspaper s, Office equipment, Potatoes, Quilts, Rope, Steel, lues.  Umbrellas, Vaccines, Wines, X-R.tv  equipment, Yarns, ,ind Zippers,  Everything, mother words, Irom A In/.  Who should Shop Canadian?  Every day, mosl "i us have the choice  Whether we're buying groceries for ihe  home or supplies for business, farm or  industry  If each of us added only$IOa week to  ( anadian made pur< hases, ( anada  would he ou-r io billion dollars better  olt in just one year.  Who should Shop Canadian!  Vou should.  Where does it say Made in Canada?  Sometimes ii doesn't Sometime* .1 sign s,i\ ��.  "Produceoi P.E.I' Or"B.C Apples" or  "Fabrique'auQuebei 'or   Made in Manitoba"  of  Sew Huimswk k Sardines" or 'Crown by  SaskoK hewan I armers" or   A produi 1 ol  Alberta" or "Fresh from Newfoundland  or  'Manufai lured in Ontario" or "Nova Scotia  Lobster."  rhepoinl is, ���< vou lake the trouble to find  out, you can usually tell  And, it it's made anywhere in the ten  Provinr, es or the Ferrilories, it is made in  (anada.  I*  Government        Grjuvernement  of Canada rJu Canada  Industry. Trade      Industrie  and Commerce    el I   n 1 ei ���  Jack Hotner, Jack H '���'  Minister mmrstre  ShopCanadten  This .id was made in ('anada. Making this ad employed  (for ii period oi time] .1 writer, an art duet tor, ,\n  ,11 < ounl eu'i Uttve, .I mediat buyer, .1 media planner.  ,1 typesetter, an engraver, a platemaker, .1 Iraffti  operator, several switchboard operators, various  mailmen, shippers anil set rotaries, ptihln alion  reps, publii alion make-up people not lo mention  all their various suppliers  Everyone ol these people lives and works in  (anada 6.  Coast News, June 13,1978.  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K i, J.  y.  1.11  On the Beautiful Sunshine Coast at Gower Point  ��� Guestrooms (BreakfastIncluded)  ���       ^ Your Ho  Connie Achterberg  ��� Dining Room    886-9033     YourHos,ess  PLANS  This past week was one of those  ones where I meant to do lots of  things and ended up cluing  something completely different.  On Saturday night I was on  my way lo Pender Harbour to  sec how Keith Simpson's doing.  As you probably remember he  is the fellow from the Reifel  Sanctuary in Delta, and is doing  studies up here on the Great  Blue Heron.  Anyway as you can tell from  the opening line. I didn't make it.  I really wanted to go up there  because Keith is up with his  family ��� it's a hard life when  your job forces you to come up  to an area like Ihis and tramp  around in the sunshine. What  is interesting is that he's figured  out a way It) catch the darned  birds and has so far banded  seven of them, Hc goes to thc  heronry every morning and  evening when thc birds are  roosting, it should make for  some interesting pictures. It'll  bc interesting if he has finally  come t�� the realization that all  hc has to do is stand at thc  bottom of thc trees and imitate  a minnow. When the birds  gather around his wife has only  to sneak up behind them and  gtomp on to them. I guess I'll  find out because 1 intend to  make it up there this week,  right after 1 remember to buy  my vitamin pills.  BOURBON  The second thing that I didn't  do wasn't my fault. I can blame  the editor's dog. It was my  birthday a couple of weeks ago,  and a friend of mine came over  from Victoria and presented me  with a large red dog. it looks  like it's an Irish Setter with a  bit of Gordon Setter in him.  Hc came with a name which he  doesn't answer to: Bourbon ���  no, it's Brandy ��� no, I was  right thc first time. As you can  tell 1 don't like the name, in  fact a couple of days ago 1 had  to call him during a minor emergency; I couldn't get his name out  so shouted SPOT! at the top of  my voice and got more reaction  than ever previously.  What I was planning was to  take a picture of him and put  il in the paper and offer a five-  dollar prize to a kid thai came up  with the besl name.  Shortly before I was to take  thc picture, he got into a fighl  with Rab. the aforementioned  editor's dog. and if I were to  take a picture right now most of  'Repairs  *Ready mades  *C raft items _  *Minor Alteration?  All items hand crafted  GIBSONS HARBOUR  886-2515  A\\\  f*^ a  f(~~ NOTICE BOARD  HUILMI  Phone 886-2622 or      886-7817  Watch out for the Daze  YARD SALE: June 17 & 18,10���4. In the White House on corner  of School Road and Marine Drive, Lower Village. Household  goods, material, appliances and more  #24  SOAP BOX DERBY (JULY 15)  The rules and entry forms to the Roberts Creek Daze Soap  Box Derby are available at the Seaview Market in Roberts Creek.  Further information by calling Allan at 885-5765. tfn  ELPHINSTONE PIONEER MUSEUM  Now open for the summer, 9 a.m.���4 p.m., Monday through  Saturday.  AL-ANON MEETING  Every Thursday in Gibsons at 8:00 p.m. For information call  886-9569 or 886-9037. t.f.n.  THRIFTSHOP  Every Friday: Gibsons United Church Thriftshop in basement.  1 p.m.���3p.m.  ETHEL EDWARDS EXHIBIT AT WHITAKER HOUSE  Dogwoods, florals, seascapes and miniatures will be on display  lor the lasl solo show of the season. Gallery artists' works will be  on view for the rest of the summer.  NEW BOOKS  Many new books have been added to the Pender Harbour Library.  Come in and have a look. For a $2.00 yearly membership you may  take out four books at a time or for $3.00 you may take out six  books. The library is open Tuesdays & Thursdays, from 11:30���  3:30 and on Saturdays 1:30���4:30.  Wildlife  corner  the suggestions would be to name  him Scruff or Raggs or Patch,  so I'll leave lhal idea alone and  hope by next week I've found  something he likes.  DUCKS  I was at the marsh in Seehelt  ihe week before last and was  happy to see a group of about a  dozen teals swimming about.  Last week there was a wood  duck in the same area. I guess  ihis means that the tourist season  has started. For confirmation of  this. I was down in the Mission  Point area early on Friday morning and came across thirteen  harlequin ducks. I've never  seen so many at one time before.  Most of them were bobbing  around in thc surf, but three or  four of them were sitting up on  a small rock. Every time a big  wave came in they would get  completely submerged then reappear after it had passed. They  looked like they were having a  greal time.  SPCA  This is just a reminder that  there will be an SPCA meeting  on June 19 in the evening at the  Senior Citizen's Hall in Sechelt.  Everyone is welcome so anyone  interested this is your chance to  do something concrete to help.  If you want any more information on this get a hold of Len  Wray.  ROD & GUN CLUB   SALMON  BARBECUE  The Rod and Gun Club will be  holding   their    annual    salmon  barbecue on June 25. There will  be a limited number of tickets  for sale. You can pick yours  (God! I've been watching too  many television commercials)  up at either George Hay's or  C & S Hardware. Adults $3.50  and children under twelve  SI. 50.  ODDS N* ENDS  A large (lock of geese was  seen flying over thc Sunshine  Coast last week. It must be a  bunch from Stanley Park taking  a holiday up here, the lucky  devils don't have to wait in  ferry lineups.  There seems to bc an awful  lot of goldfinches around just  now; they're great to watch and  beautifully coloured.  More bears reported...this time  out at Sandy Hook. I heard that  a Hydro service man had to be  escorted up to a house to make  a call.  That's all I can think of ihis  week. Hope to be able to give  you a rundown on the herons  next week. Meanwhile if anything interesting happens lo  cross your path, give me a call  at 886-2622 or 886-78I7 and  I'll come running with my notebook and camera. It'll make  a change from chasing fire truck.,.  A joint meeting of the Gibsons and Sechelt Kinsmen Clubs held their inaugural  meeting last week at the newly-completed Kinsmen Hall at Dougal Park.  Harmony Hall  111 Helen Rabv  respects   and   honoured    Mrs.  Kathleen    Page    who    passed  The lasl meeting before the   away on May 24.  summer   recess   was   held   on       Our guest speaker. Mr. Dev-  Monday, June 5.   We paid our   |in, gave a very comprehensive  Coastal Civil Defence  Bv G.E.Mary Cassia  War seemed so remote here  in Canada, after coming from  England in 1140. Until I  met the Hodgsons one would  hardly know there was a war  on. We had not been in  Gibsons long in the early  4()'s after losing my husband  Tryg Iversen when I met the  Hodgsons.  1 had occasion to have some  pa|)ets notarized and he was  Notary Public at the time. I  was not there long before Captain Hodgson was showing me  around and explaining his  plans for Civil Defense.  What interested mc was  how it reminded me of what  my Dad was doing over in  England. In the little village  of Islip in Oxfordshire where  wc came from he was very-  busy too as Chief Air Raid  CLEAN IT NOW!  Get ready  for graduation!  Peninsula Cleaners  & Laundry  ALTERATIONS & REPAIRS  Contp/eft  DRVUERninC  seruite  WHARF ROAD  With 1521 GOWER PT. RD.  SECHELT       2locations GIBSONS, B.C.  885-9554     to serve you best! 886-2200  Warden. Captain Hodgson  was no less concerned and  seemed ready for a siege  any time. Hc was not the  least ostentatious over what  hc was doing; I doubt if many  were aware of it then.  Like my Dad. Captain  Hodgson was public spirited  in many ways and was one  lime Mayor of Gibsons and a  very good one. He was also  a good artist, Hc did a portrait of John Diefenbaker  of which hc was very proud.  He had a snapshot of himself presenting his painting  to Diefenbaker.  Iheir garden also reminded  me of home, It was so like  an old English garden. John  Harvey who bought their  place lives there now. One  cannot mention Captain  Hodgson without remembering his wile, who was a very  talented woman too. She was  a published writer. Also a  good needle woman.    I was  VARIETY FOODS  SNACK BAR & DELI  886-29361  zrzi,.-. \  SNACKS IN THE SUN  HEALTH FOODS   ���:���>'< ����w�����M^��g"  j> ************A********************-  *  t  Special Notice  to Readers  The Sunshine Coast News is distributed  to every home on the Sunshine Coast  every week. We are endeavouring to  produce a community newspaper which  will be worthy of this lovely and interesting area. We hope that you enjoy our  newspaper.  Voluntary subscriptions from our  readers on the Sunshine Coast of $8.00  per year would be welcome to help offset  the rising costs of production and distribution. Such a tangible expression of  appreciation would be most gratefully  received by the staff of the Coast News.  Send along your voluntary subscription  to the Coast News, Box 460, Gibsons,  B.C. VON 1VO.  TAWWUHHWIflim  fascinated with her collection  of dolls site had dressed to  represent different countries.  She was also a church  worker.  I must not forget their  eal win) did tricks and would  open a box and help himself  to cat cookies.  When I last heard of thc  Hodgsons they had moved  to North Vancouver after  leaving Gibsons. Mrs. Hodgson had a had fall before she  left and was not able to do  much after that, I understand.  I heard from a neighbour  that she is still living, but  Captain Hodgson passed  away some time ago.  When I think of Mrs.  Hodgson I can still remember  lhc aroma of freshly baked  bread coming from her kitchen. She was also a good  cook, reminding me in many  ways of my mother.  To enter their home seemed  like a trip to the old country  Church Services  Roman Catholic Services  Rev.i.Nicholson. Pastor  Times of Sunday Mass:  8:00 p.m. Saturday and 12 Noon  Sunday at St.Mary's Gibsons  InScchelt:8:30a.m.OurLa'dyof  Lourdes Church. Indian Reserve  10:00a.m. Holy Family Church  885-452b  GIBSONS PENTECOSTAL  CHURCH  Highway & Martin  Sunday School 9:45  Morning Worship 11:00  Evening Fellowship 7:00  Bible    Study-Tuesday,    7:30  Pastor Ted Boodle  886-7107 or 886-9482  Affiliated with thc  Pentecostal Assemblies of  Canada  UNITED CHURCH  Rev. Annette M.Reinhardt  9:30a.m. -St.John's  Davis Bay  11:15a.m. -Gibsons  88h-2.VlJ  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 C.Dreibcrg  Everyone Welcome  For information phone:  885-9750 or  883-2736  GLAD TIDINGS TABERNACLE  Gower Point Road  Phone 886-2660  Sunday School - 9:45 a.m.  Worship Service - 11:00 a.m.  Revival-7:00 p.m.  Bible Study-Wed. 7:30 p.m.  Pastor Nancy Dvkes  speech advising members to  put their affairs in order beforehand. Forms arc available  upon request and everything  will be taken care of as the individual wishes.  Wc welcomed Mrs. Maedonald  from North Vancouver, and a  special guest, Mrs. Rita Silverton  from Ottawa, and another guest  from England, a friend of Irene  Bush field.  Fun Night will be postponed  until Friday the 16th. as we had  an opportunity of renting the  hall this week.  The last social afternoon for  this season will take place on  Monday..lime 19at 2p.m.  A picnic is being arranged  for noon on June 25, to the  Government campsite at Porpoise  Bay. For further details and  rcservatons please phone Vi  Lynds at 886-7428.  We were fortunate in being  able to receive a small amount of  money through the Student's  Work Programme, and have been  able to hire two very capable  boys for yard work. All those  members who were planning to  attend the Thursday work parties  will nol be needed for a while.  Thc Fall Tea and Bazaar will  Ibe held on October 14. We will  probably continue thc Arts and  Crafts sessions sometime in  July. Those interested in adding  to their knowledge or teaching  of value please phone Irene  Bushfield at 886-9567 for details.  Yours truly and four other ladies  had a table at thc Flea Market  held in the Curling Rink on  Sunday. June 4. To those of you  who slept in you missed the  show of the year.  On Wednesday. June 7, we  entertained a busload of Seniors  from Kiwanis Village, Surrey.  We opened up Harmony Hall  and served a good lunch. All  were very pleased with the  hospitality extended, and impressed with the beauty of the  Sunshine Coast.  The executive wishes that all  members will have a pleasant  summer and we hope to see  you all again on September  11. thc date of our next meeting.  Come ��ry.  JrWi  You can be certain you can't buy better  printing...you can only pay more money.  printed envelopes  business cards  letterheads  88  88  6-2622  6-7817  I***********************************  ft brochures  ���a booklets  it raffle tickets  tt admission & membership cards  NO JOB TOO LARGE OR SMALL  Call us on your next printing job and  t join the Miff UU  list of satisfied customers.  with  Dear Ann:  One of our favourite times lo  make love is in the morning.  Well since thc good weather  we can't hear each other's  whispered sweet nothings because planes arc skimming thc  roof of our house. We are near  Ihe highway and one weekend  thc helicopter was going back  and forth all day and jusl ruined  our peace and holiday. What can  be done about il? I hear others  complain too, Hying over Iheir  animals and picnics, a drag-  I think when it interferes with  your morning sleep or love in-- ils  time to reroute Ihese scoundrels.  Impatient!  Dear Impatient:  Me too- Its not jusl Ihe good  weather they skim the house in  bad weather, and there are more  planes in early morning. Their  rights end where ours begin!  I think if we recorded planes going over and they realized it's  true, wc have lo stop conversation  until they are past they might  go up higher.  I was visiting a friend on the  waterfront and Ihey flew along  the shore at eye level in front of  her house,instead of higher and  quieter. It seems the helicopter  is a real offender-low and loud.  Maybe if we phone or wrile il  would help. Us sure a nuisance-  the highway in the sky-loud  unpleasant noises over which we  have no control contribute to  high blood pressure, tension  and longevity. It seems everyone would be interested in keeping    the    sound    level    low.  MM  MHIM Freethinker** Pulpit:-  Rebel in uniform  By Andy Randall  The newly-elected executive of the Gibsons Lions Club were sworn  last week.  into office  Music Horizon  By John Burnside  To the lol of editor of a  small town newspaper. I  discover, falls some unexpected tasks. I was ready when  I launched myself haphazardly  on this new endeavour for thc  writing of news stories; I  was ready for lite requisite  editorials and 1 was ready for  thc weekly responsibility of a  general column. Since I  began, however. I found  myself one week recently  writing a cooking column and  to say that I am one of the  world's least foremost cooking  experts is lo bc very kind.  This week again 1 am confronted with a new challenge ��� that of music critic.  Now all my life I have been  somewhat of a slow beginner  and a late developer and nowhere was that more apparent  than in the field of music.  At thc age of twelve I was  asked to leave the church  choir. "Come back when  your voice matures." said the  kindly gentleman. The drama  club I belonged to as a boy  did Scottish Country Dancing  between plays and 1 was  excused. "You have no  sense of rhythm." they told  mc.  In some important aspects,  however, I am impervious to  discouragement and I persevered sufficiently to the  point where I can occasionally  sing without anyone throwing  something and in thc last  twenty odd years I've danced  a million miles. So when I  discovered that Mike Evans,  the new columnist for the  Coast News who has undertaken a regular review of  local bands and the music  scene generally for this  paper, was working with his  band. Horizon, at the Sechelt  Legion on Friday and Saturday  nights of last week 1 intrepidly volunteered a review of his  band in thc space usually  reserved for his column.  It's a four piece ensemble  featuring Evans on lead guitar. Rick Nelson on Bass.  Rick Warren on keyboards,  and Peter Kcrbis on drums  and on Saturday night in thc  **************  tf  NDP  25% OFF  All Farley Mowat books  **************  is!  I  Sechelt Legion they were  playing before a packed hall  of enthusiastic dancers. Their  work was most enjoyable. The  playing was tight and the  beat good. Ihcy. for thc most  part eschew flashy solo work  in favour of tight ensemble  playing and tile whole was  professionally presented.  The breaks between sets  were not excessive and they  went from one song to another  without the annoying delays  between numbers that cool  thc blood and frustrate thc  spirit.  What solo work Ihcy did  undertake wus impressive.  Evans is a fine guitarist and  in one Johnny Winters number in particular, hc permitted  himself some soaring lead  guitar work that seemed to  these cars to bc worthy of thc  man himself. lhc vocals  were handled by Evans. Nelson and Warren and Warren's  vocal work was especially  interesting. If there was a  fault in thc earlier going il  perhaps lay in Ihe vocals of  Nelson and Evans. Not because thev can't sing. They  can. but in eschewing the  flashy approach to their  work, which 1 heartily approve  of ��� how many more se-  quincd strutting peacocks  can wc stand ��� they rather  overdid the self-containment  in thc early part of the dance.  Later they warmed up and  addressed themselves to their  tasks with more intensity and  thc vocals strengthened  as thc night wore on but it  might bc advisable for them to  seek that vocal intensity,  that projection of feeling and  enthusiasm earlier in the  evening when thc crowd  needs warming up.  Again let mc stress that this  is a minor quibble. In thc  later stages of the evening  their attack on thc material  was energetic and commendable and if they can begin at  that level of energy and sustain it they will do very  well indeed.  And a special word must  bc saved for thc work of  drummer Kcrbis. Along with  Evans and Nelson, Peter  was once a student of mine  and the fact Ihat he was not  a vocalist did not surprise  me. I think in three high  school years 1 rarely heard  him utter. Likewise in three  high school years. I rarely  saw him move and so it was  with delight that I watched  his work as a drummer.   He  laid down the requisite dancing beat witli authority and  did so with imagination and  energy and contributed no  small amount lo lhc driving,  danccablc quality of the  music.  The selection of music  played was commendably  wide. Slower tunes like  Margueriteville by Jimmy  Buffy and Knock on Heaven's  Door by Dylan were in evidence: standard rockers there  were in abundance like B.T.  O.'s Taking Care of Business  and Bob Secger's Rock and  Roll Never Forgets. The  Rolling Stones were vigorously represented by Jumping  Jack Flash. Let it Bleed, and  Star. Star. The Beatles were  nol overlooked, with such  numbers as Rock and Roll  Music and Day Tripper.  Giants such as Van Morrison  and thc aforementioned Johnny Winters had their work  presented with competence  and energy and some of the  newer work such as Happy  Anniversary by thc Little  River Band. Monday Morning  and Go Your Own Way,  by Fleetwood Mac, and Eric  Clapton's Lay Down Sally  kept thc crowd bouncing.  This is a competent local  band of dedication and tight  musicianship and I for one  will look forward to their  next dance and join the festivities.  **************  NDP  20% OFF  All Cookbooks  All Garden Books  **************  Shaughnessy Veteran's Hospital, way down and off Oak  Street. Vancouver, had been  built for the wounded and  maimed service-men of the  First Great War. and was mostly  called the Military Hospital. In  some respects certain unique  features set lhc 'Vet's Hospital'  distinctly apart from all other  city hospitals. By city here I  mean, of course, buildings in  the city, not necessarily owned or  operated by Ihe city. One remnant of the old traditions was the  presence of those old barrack-  type huts that stood to the left  of Ihe road leading to the majestic-looking structure, that with its  later extensions became our present day Shaughnessy Hospital.  Now you didn't need to be  overly endowed with intelligence  to reali/e Ihat serving your orderly apprenticeship in those wooden  huts would be one hell of an  experience, funking back now,  I'm sure il was Ihe best thing for  me for 1 got my rough edges  smoothed off before I got into  the more 'spit and polish' system  of thc more sanitary, and immaculate ward-rooms of lhc main  building. Complete obeisance  to authority has never been my  strong point, so the semi-barrack  room atmosphere in those ward  ' huts eased me into harness  just okay.  I will spell out the other unique  features in thc unfolding of my  yarn. Each ward had a leller.  not a number to designate it from  the others, and thc letters of the  alphabet ran backwards from the  road ward-wise. Was there  a 'Y' or a 'Z' to start them off?  I can't say offhand, but I recall  the 'W' ward, seems there was  an 'X' ward. I worked al the  extreme end huls of 'M' and  'P'. No A.B.C.'s. not enough  huts presumably. Therdexisted  a bewhiskcrcd pun on the letters  of M and P. It was possible to  catch a new nurse off her guard  by asking if she was going to  'M' and 'P'. generally she would  fall for thc gag and nod or say.  "Yes. 1 am". Some would blush  at the thought.  The 'M' ward seemed to be  primarily a convalescent home,  or home away from home, for the  Old Sweats in residence there.  Many made their own beds and  kept a barrack room tidiness,  but a few tried to impose a skid-  row atmosphere on the ward. The  old curmudgeons, many of them,  would get leave to go out almost  any night of the week. Pension-  cheque times saw them off on  Fridays. Saturdays, and maybe  some would nol return until  just when the fancy moved them,  Once in among their old cronies  in their Legion branches, or  shacking up elsewhere in the city,  they, many of them, would come  back at all hours of day or night,  and in some indescribable conditions, to rest up' until the next  big bash. I had my share of  night duty later in my experience,  and had to help separate more  battling old sweats than 1 care  to mention. Some of them didn't  even know they had been slugging il oul 'last night', but thc  nurse and myself, and even an  intern would patch them up.  so black eyes, broken noses,  and bruised hands always told  of thc night before.  If I had been there years before  so Ihe gossip wags would say,  I would have seen 'The Huts'  at their clandestine best. A real  jimcrack of a Peyton Place. Yes  Sir! Thev were rough, but so  interesting for ali concerned. Even wheelchair patients with still  enough get up and go about them  would race down the centre  corridor between thc ward-  huts, and mix for a while with  some old buddies who had shared  thc same trench with them in  that other war they could never  forget. This, my first year  there, was 1958. All high jinks  would end when the huts fell to  thc wreckers, and we moved,  lock, stock and barrel, just about,  into austere regions of the Main  Building.  Slowly, awkwardly no doubt  al limes. I picked up thc threads  of the pattern 1 was to follow.  Norm Wilson, he's gone now.  guided mc through my fumbling  J*R  CONCRETE  S.  CONSTRUCTION LTD.  :  :���:  ;!��� * house framing  ���s.generalcontracting &  renovations  :��� Jim  886-7571  INDUSTRIAL RESIDENTIAL  ���;-floors, sidewalks, patios:}  retaining walls  foundations  parking lots  swimmiag pools  Ron  886-9262  I  A FULL SERVICE CENTRE  FOR ALL YOUR CONCRETE &  CONSTRUCTION IDEAS  mkaWaWawaWaWaWa%Wa\  Gibsons Precast Concrete  ��� Formerly ���  (Dykstra's Concrete Precast-Langley)  Government Approved 650 Gal.Double Baffle  Reinforced Precast Septic Tanks.  ��� Distribution Boxes  ��� Pump-Out Tanks  Subsidiary ot^^i^  Delivered to Site  886-9031  J.B.Excavating  Ltd.  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Other good  workers helped who had been  medical orderlies in the 1945-  49 War. and 1 have to include the  nurses.  Interest livened up for me when  I met many colourful personalities  among the patients. There was  'Ginger', a big. jovial ex-bush-  pilot of Arctic fame. A historic  Mackenzie River captain, now  retired, who knew every temperamental twist, and turn of the  river so well that government  river authorities would come to  him for advice, and information;  and there were many others with  high rank in the services, or  with some special characteristics  that had set them apart.  I remember a Chinaman, who  had been so scared of keeping  his money in banks, that, when  two orderlies Had to remove his  bed-linen on the day he died,  over eight hundred dollars were  hidden under tile mattress.  We bad nursing-orderlies that  provided a welcome break in  the routine, and maybe some  good belly laughs. Maurice was  one that kept us wondering  just when hc might get into hot  water again. 1 use another name  for the happy-go-lucky lad. Just  two incidents stand out as Maurice's stamp of up to the minute  sparks of genius.  On afternoon-shift after supper and just before lights out.  we would collect the false teeth  from some patients, then we'd  go wash them, soak them in  solution in their individual  plastic containers, and set them  ready for the nighl shift orderly  to return. Now the washing  Please turn to Page Eight  Coast News, June 13,1978  7.  Get'Car *  Checked' at  EUROPEAN  MOTORS  Before you start your holiday get  your car lubricated and free safety check  THIS  SERVICE AVAILABLE  UNTIL 8:00 P.M.  Weekdays and  Saturday   mornings  appointment. 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Wc invite you to  drop in and see our new store,  some of our Kenmorc Appliances on display, as well as  selected door opening specials.  Wc will have three hundred  pairs  of Scars   Parity   Hose   to  Circus comes  Masters ol the breath-taking  art "I human llighi high under  the Big Top are thc Morales, one  of the troupes of artists who  twice daily bring spine-chilling  thrills lo circus fans of the Carson  it Barnes 5 King Wild Animal  Circus.  I hc men and girls of the living  trapeze are the aristocrats of thc  Circus. Even their fellow circus  Mars gasp in ama/cment at the  sensational!) dangerous leaps,  tuists and catches performed bv  thc Carson & Barnes Aerialists.  In addition to the flying trapeze  many new acts have been imported this year to thrill the circus  fans across the country.  They will be seen when thc  Carson & Barnes Circus conies  to: Gibsons ��� June 14 at Brothers Park.  in addition to thc host of new  human performers the circus  also carries thc world's largest  traveling zoo. Don't miss this  truly Great American Circus.  FOR   ALL   YOUR  REAL   ESTATE   NEEDS  SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST  MODERATE COST LOCAL OR DISTANT BURIALS  CREMATIONS - MEMORIALS- PREARRANGEMENTS  D  A. Devlin  Director  886-9551  1665 Seaview  Gibsons  CAMpbell's |  FAMILY SHOES and LEATHER GOODS  NEXT TO BATHROOM ACCENT  IN THE   HEART OF SECHELT  Your friendly neighbourhood  drop-off point for Coast News  Classified Ads.  GARDEN BAY MARINE  SERVICES LTD.DMlws,or:  merCrui/er  I.MMYMIM  Marine  iovKsron  For smooth sailing call:  883-2722 or evenings 883-2602  7 Days a Week  IMMEDIATE REPAIR SERVICE  VOLVO  PENTA  SINCLAIR BAY ROAD  GARDEN BAY  give away to the first three  hundred customers as well as  free balloons for the children.  Bc sure to fill in an entry form  regarding a Sears 20" black and  white portable T.V. to be drawn  for Saturday, June 17. Entry  forms will be available in the new  store or the Tuesday, June 13  edition of the Coast News.  Come and celebrate our new-  store opening with us. You can  place your orders, make payments on your account, arrange  exchanges, and pick up your  orders at our new convenient  location which features ample  parking and easy access for you  at Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  on Highway 101.  Rebel  * Continued from Page Seven  could be a lengthy procedure, and  Maurice had a brain-wave. Why  nol put all of them into thc sink  and thus save lime and effort.  An hour later, a justifiably irate  nurse berated him on the time she  had to spend with him sorting  out whose teeth belonged to  who.  On one of my earliest graveyard shift spells. Maurice too  on that shift, had just finished  his lunch, when his nurse told  him they'd 'lost' a patient, and  would hc gct the body ready for  removal to thc morgue. Next.  Miss Kelly, an Irish lass of  course, phoned me on Ward  'P'. "Will ye help Maurice.  Andy, and see he doesn't take a  live one away". She laughed at  one of thc many humourous  digs at Maurice's 'countless  booboos'.  Wc lifted the body on the  wheeled stretcher, after prepping  all ready according to Shaughncs-  sy Hospital procedures. Just  as we were moving off along the  corridor. I looked up at Maurice  and remarked. "Where's your  teeth, lad?" Maurice gave me  a wide mouth-gaping grin and  said. "Back there on the orderly  room bench."  I couldn't resist thc obvious  dig. "Hope that guy hasn't  got your teeth."  Maurice laughed. "Yeah.  That would be funny."  Half an hour alter I'd settled  down on my ward duties, the  phone rang again. 1 lifted it up  and the daftest laughter just  about shattered my ear drums.  Then, half choking. Miss Kelly  could bc heard saying. "Andy,  come back to 'W' ward. You  need to help Maurice again, but  at thc morgue this time."  "Whv. Miss Kelly?"  "I'll be damned if I'll tell  ye. It's too good to spoil. You  find oul ..." all 1 heard were  hilarious shrieks.  "What's wrong, Maurice?"  In my most diplomatic voice.  When I got thereon W.  "I washed my teeth before I  went to attend to that body. His  teeth are here. see. "And he  lifted up a set of real old-fashioned dental plates. "Mine are  on that guy in the morgue."  So wc went to the head orderly, got the morgue-door key,  and retrieved Maurice's dentures  from Ihat ice-cold body. Did  Maurice finally settle down to  a sober-minded character? No.  He was too irrepressible. He had  more ideas than a dog has  fleas.  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OOOmO/ ACROSS FROM SUPER VALU   IN THE MALL *  Coast News, June 13,1978  The Sunshine  Second Front Page  Sgt. Ron Nicholas of the Gibsons Police Detachment, on the right, is pictured with the young  people who will be helping out with police work  this summer.   Spcl. Constable Scott Thompson  Sechelt Council  on the left is a student at S.F.U. where he is  studying criminology. The young ladies are  Jamie McPhedran, Kathy Krafe, and Sharon  Fromager.  vestigatc thc matter further.  A decision will bc forthcoming  at thc next general meeting.  Alderman Jorgensen reported on the recent Provincial Emergency Programme (PEP) meeting. He  had a sixteen page brief of  the meeting, but outlined that  the main point of the meeting was that the co-ordinators  were working with B.C.Tel  and trying to set up a telephone network in case of  emergency.  The installation of the  system would cost $519,  and would bc $855 per month  rental. It was hoped that with  this system 24 hour surveillance would bc possible.  B.C.Tel presented the  Village with a bill for $169.29.  This was lor damages to a  cable which was dug up by a  contractor working on behalf  of thc Village. At the time  the Village had thought the  contractor had insurance  that would cover this. They  had not heard from thc telephone company in two months  and thought the matter was  settled. The Village has  decided Ihat in thc future it  will hire only contractors  who are fully insured.  Thc Clerk was instructed  that he send a letter to lhc  Arts Council, requesting that  thev keep the site of thc future arts building tidier.  Branch informed Council  that before hc attended any  meetings to discuss thc future  of Porpoise Bay. hc would  like to have a biologist do a  Mr.  Sorken of thc  Lands  ���.Continued  studvof the area.  By-law 180 ��� the Trail  Bay Mall Expansion ��� required a commitment from  Council that they would construct the proposed Teredo  Street before implementation.  Council agreed to this and instructed the Clerk to send  confirmation to the Department of Highways.  Mayor Nelson informed  Council that during the recent delegation to Victoria  it had been discovered that  the Highways Department  had no intention of putting  a major road through Sechelt  for several years. At the  present time they were only  interested in acquiring a  right of way. They asked  Council if a traffic count  could bc carried out during  July and August.  The Village will be in contact with the Regional Board  in order to find some financing for the Arena.  In order that thc three  main governing bodies of the  Sunshine Coast become  acquainted with each other  il was felt that a luncheon  meeting at a time best suited  to all should bc arranged.  Tentatively thc date has  been set for June 2b.  NDP  ,o��*sr%  10% OFF  All Mass Market  Paperbacks  Gibsons  Chamber  There will be a meeting of the  Gibsons and District Clumber of  Commerce In the Legion Hall in  Gibsons on Wednesday, June  14. The guest speaker for the  occasion will be Al Wagner,  Gibsons and District Representa  tive on Ihe Committee for the  Economic Development of the  Sunshine Coast.  The meeting will begin at 8t00  p.m. on the 14th.  @?pkoOt@llicr(Q)ehiC:e  Summer Business Hours  Mon.���Thurs.  Frl. 8:30���9:00  8:30���5:30        Sat. 9:30-5:00  Cowrie St     885-3258  Thank you  The Bike Rodeo Committee of the Gibsons  R.C.M.P.���Lions & Kinsmen Clubs wish to  thank the following merchants for their  contributions toward the recently held Bike  Rode.  Todds Children's Wear  Kits Cameras  Hill Top Chevron Service  Western Drug Mart  (Gibsons)  Dogwood Cafe  Omega Restaurant  Elphinstone Co-Op  Tydewater Crafts  6&G Construction  Maxi Shoes  Turrenne Concrete  B&H Truck & Diesel Ltd.  R.AIsager Logging  Beachcomber Inn  Cedars Inn  Sicotte Bulldozing  Red Tusk Cedar  Fawkes Stationery  Super Vaiu Stores  Goddards Ladies Wear  Richards Mens Wear  Gibsons Building Supplies  Douglas Variety  Trail Bay Sports  Saans Department Store  Party Shop  T.J.'s Sound  J*  Now Open^j  iiire\i     Jff1-: v<n     j . jvnhv^u  *��  ' J      4Featuring:       ��><S,  Fashion Jewelry Uj  A  A  "^ ''% Beau Geste        Vendome  f- *3 f    -'���-���j       Coro "  '���o>  {foW?*^  -'W,o /%'.'ih(,sc*v       i SP *$:A  .(*  I.        Open  ��� (i    Mon.-Sat.  ,10a.m.��� 5p.m.  Fri.  10a.m.���9p.m.  Across from the Dock,^  Cowrie St., Sechelt  Phone88M818^<��  Hydro meeting  .Continued  Madeira Park Legion Hall  from 2 to 8 p.m. There is no  doubt the new routes, crossing areas of harder access  and severer snow conditions,  are not as attractive to B.C.  Hydro systems designers as  thc ones that cross thc Sechell  Peninsula and Nelson Island.  As previously noted, these  latter routes represent the  Ideal course from the standpoint of case and economy  of building and security of  maintenance, and this is why-  Hydro desires them so greatly. The argument against  them is Ihat they would make  a hash of one of thc most  attractive residential and  recreational areas in thc country, thc Sunshine Coasl.  The new routes brought to  light by the Pender Harbour  APC would not entirely eliminate the adverse social.  environmental and economic  impact of the lines on the area  since there would still bc at  least one unsightly aerial  crossing near Vancouver  Bay. but they do greatly  reduce this impact. They  represent a compromise  between the technological  considerations of Hydro on  the one hand and the human  considerations of the local  communitv on the other hand.  Police news of the week  GIBSONS AREA:  June 2: A home on Lower Road  was broken into. Entrance was  gained by the rear door. Household items were taken.  June 4: A camera was stolen  from a home in the Gower Point  area. It is a Pentax 1000 and is  valued at $300. A blue Chevy  2 was stolen from thc parking  lot at the Beachcomber Inn. It  was later recovered on Beach  Avenue.  June 6: $800 in cash was stolen  from a home on Gilmore Road.  Police are still investigating.  A coastal navigator and a depth  sounder were stolen from a boat  tied at thc Gibsons wharf. The  initials H.M. are engraved into  the plastic on the depth sounder.  Value of the items is $225.  June 8: Two air shocks were  stripped from a 1966 Ford Falcon in the parking area at the  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre.  June 9: A 10-foot fiberglass  boat was stolen at Hopkins. It  is described as having a gray  interior  and  a  white  exterior.  Thc theft is under investigation,  police have suspects.  SECHELT TO EARLS COVE:  June 2: Vandalism is still being  reported at the Tyee parking lot.  Windows were broken and a  tape deck was stolen from vehicles left in the area by Weldwood employees. Willful damage-  to a home in Selma Park was  reported, and is still under  investigation. A Lowboy lawn-  mower was reported lost in the  Porpoise Bay area. It fell off the  back of a truck.  June 3: A boat and motor  were stolen in Pender Harbour.  The boat has been recovered  but the new 9.8 Mercury outboard is still missing. At Coast  Mobile Homes in Sechell a set  of trailer steps were stolen.  June 4: Another vehicle was  reported damaged in the Tyee  parking lot. It may have happened at the same time as the  ones reported on the 2nd.  June 7: Two bears were sighted  at Sandy Hook. This is the second  complaint in three days.  Will Hydro negotiate?  Will Hydro compromise?  So far thev have shown no  sign of it. In spite of the  emphatic rejection of their  plans by the local community  at numerous meetings, they  continue to come back with thc  same proposals, unaltered  from the original Beak Report  by so much as one word,  So far Hydro has nol offered  one significant concession lo  the local community, while  demanding a complete capitulation from the people in  Iheir concerns. There lias  been no offer of a cessation  of spraying, of putting cables  under water in those areas  where thev might present a  serious risk to air' traffic, or  of adding length to circumvent local community watersheds. Compromise must be  a 50-50 thing, but in recent  discussions with the APC  Hydro has been insisting that  technological factors, such as  safety of the line, receive  100% consideration. No  doubt many people feel that  thc only 100% consideration  should he reserved not for the  powerline but for the safely  and health of the people who  live under it. but the Hydro  position effectively eliminate  these factors from any consideration al all.  Thc prospeel ol Hydro  now giving in and accepting  one of the alternatives pointed  oul In the \PC or rinding  some oilier alternative does  nol therefore seem too prom  ising. However, il has been  clear irom the starl thai tin  peoples' onl) chance ol Initio  heard in tins dispute is lo  raise their voices very high  indeed, and continued deter  mined pressure In the public.  which tailed to stop Hydro  in the case of Ihe Revelstoki  Dam but succeeded in the case  of the MacGregor Diversion  projeel. remains the besl  hope.  885-5611  I Wharf St. Sechelt  Come in and See our  new Line of Summer Wear  . handmade  skirts,   some  with  matching halters  ���: full line of silk flowers  ��� chokers, stick pins, combs  t sundresses ��� long and short  . toddler's sunhats  Gift Certificates Available  unshine gg>  ���tflpbarel psk  aaaam  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  NOTICE  SPRINKLING RESTRICTIONS  Sprinkling restrictions  are imposed on all users  from the Municipal  Water system as  follows:  1. Odd numbered properties in the Village and North, Shaw and Davis  Roads may sprinkle on:  Odd Calendar dates from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.  2. Even numbered properties in the Village and Hillcrest, Crucil, Henry  and Reed Roads together with High 101 may sprinkle on:  Even calendar dates from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.  3. Village of Gibsons Water Regulation By-Law No. 280, 1975 Provides  that the Municipality may, without notice, disconnect the water service  to any premises for unnecessary or wasteful use of water, or violation of  regulations concerning watering or sprinkling.  4. Soaker (soaking) hoses are not permitted and the use of same will be  considered to be in direct contravention of the Village of Gibsons Water  Regulation By-Law.  5. Sprinkling is permitted from one (1) outlet only per parcel on days of  sprinkling permitted.  ALL SPRINKLERS MUST BE TURNED OFF IF ANY FIRE SIREN IS  SOUNDED.  F.J.Holland,  Superintendent of Works Coast News, June 13,1978.  Our man at the track  Hoofbeats  B\ Jim Hates  The 1978 edition of the- Lieutenant Governor's Handicap  attracted eighl runners to compete for the total purse nt  $22,450. In this, ihe 18th running  ot the mile and one-sixteenth  fixture, the crowd chose as us  odds*on favourite a four-year-  old stiii ot Dust Commander,  Smiley's    Dream. Smiley's  Dream didn't disappoint his  backers. He made ii to ihe  finish line about a length and a  halt in front of his nearest foe  and paid WHO to win. Not  much of a payoff, someone said,  but a few regulars made their  largest wagers of the young  season, reasoning that 4���5  odds on Smiley's Dream was the  biggest bargain offered so far.  The one puzzling aspect of  Smiley's Dream's win was the  final time of the race, a rather  tepid one minute and forty-six  seconds. Looking back at the  last ten renewals of the Lieutenant Governor's, any horse  running 1:46 wouldn't, have come  within four lengths of winning  thc race. 1:4b would have put  Smiley's Dream as much as  twelve lengths behind a few of  the previous winners. So what  does the mediocre final time  signify? An average to good  horse beating a poor bunch?  I'robabK not.  lets take a look at the running  of the race. Last year's Lieutenant Governor's winner. My  Boj K.K.. took (he lead and  cut out some slow early pace  and kept his horse more  forwardly placed than he might  ordinarily have done. Despite  being close lo the lead. Smiley's  Dream appeared to be running  well within himself. After three-  quarters of a mile. Skinner eased  the colt to thc front and opened  up a couple of lengths on thc  field. The stretch-runners made  their moves hut didn't make  much of a dent in the two length  margin, and Smiley's Dream  didn't appear to be labouring  at the finish, though Skinner has  been quoted elsewhere as saying  the horse was "pretty much all  out to win". However, the feeling in this corner is that Smiley's  Dream ran 1:46 because that's  what it took to win. If the early-  pace had been a little faster, and  if something else in the field had  pushed a bit harder. Smiley's  Dream would likely have run  SEAMLESS GUTTERS  INSULATION  BLOWN IN WALLS and CEILINGS  ALUMINUM   3| DING   V'NYL  aluminum pATI0 CANOPIES  ALUMINUM AU/MlMQC   ROLL-UP  V,NYL DECKING  Locally owned and operated  few licks faster and won by about  the same margin. In the coming  weeks he'll probably do just that.  More than a few observers feel  he's the best horse to call Exhibition Park home in quite a while.  Who is Smiley's Dream and  where did he come from?  Like a lot of good thoroughbreds, he was born in Kentucky.  His sire. Dust Commander, won  Ihe 1970 Kentucky Derby. His  breeder and original owner.  Golden Chance Farm (nom de  race of Mrs. Robert Lchmann)  came up with a number of good  foals in 1974. Two of Smiley's  Dream's stahlemalcs were Run  Dusty Run and Bob's Dusty,  both giKtd enough to run Seattle  Slew's Kentucky Derby in 1977.  Run Dusty Run ran second to  Slew in that one and was  generally regarded as Ihe next  best three-year-old of the year.  Bob's Dusty was used in that  Derby to run a torrid early pace  to tire other horses, setting up  the stretch-running Run Dusty  Run. But Bob's Dusty was a  pretty good colt in his own right.  Hc won a division of the Spiral  Stakes al the Lationia track in  Kentucky. Who won the other  division of Spiral? Smiley's  Dream. In the Kentucky Derby,  trainer Smiley Adams (now you  know how Smiley's Dream got  his name) elected to go with  Bob's Dusty and Run Dusty  Run.  By July of 1977. most of the  classic races for three-year-olds  in the east had been run. Run  Dusty Run had established himself as the colour-bearer for  Golden Chance and Smiley's  Dream became expendable.  Enter Vancouver trainer Don  Morison. looking for a good  3-year-old to carry the Jawl  Brothers' silks in the B.C.  Derby. Morison took a long  look at Smiley's Dream at Arlington Park in Chicago and liked  what he saw. A deal was struck  for "about $50,000", and  Smiley's Dream was shipped to  Vancouver.  His first outing here was the  Hopeful Handicap last July 13.  and hc caught the local horses  and bettors napping, paying  $13.00 to win. Then it was down  to Seattle for the prestigious  Longacres Derby and an $11.00  payoff.  Bettors finally woke up and  made him the favourite in the  B.C.Derby. However, he was  asked to carry 125 Ib. and faded  to fourth. That's what makes  horse racing. After a second-  place finish behind Skovinsky in  the Churchill.  Smiley's  Dream  You'll find the perfect gift  for the perfect Dad  at  7^  S  <Aa/      > '<Kn  II  Cowrie St 885-9330  was overlooked again in the  B.C.Premier's Championship.  He whipped a fine field and  rewarded his backers with a  ridiculous $19.00 payoff. He  wound up with earnings of  $108,577 for the season, almost  $89,000 while racing for the Jawl  Brothers, and was named B.C.'s  Horse of thc Year.  More importantly, in the  Experimented Highweight,  Smiley's Dream tied for second  amongst three-year-olds in Canada, recognition rarely accorded  a horse running anywhere but  in Toronto.  Things looked rosy for 1978.  After a winter's rest, the coll  was in belter shape than ever,  and was being pointed toward  the Portland Meadows Mile.  Unfortunately he developed a  little heal in one leg and the  Portland plans had to he shelved.  When he was well again, Smiley's  Dream lost a couple of spring  stakes, to no one's great surprise.  He prefers to run a distance.  He did, however, come within  a nose of beating the speedy  Alberta Green In one of those  outings.  Not many bettors were put off  by the spring losses when it came  time for thc longer Lieutenant  Governor's Handicap. Thus the  $3.80 win price. One gleeful  fellow heading for the $50.00  cashier defended thc low payoff  to a scoffing bystander: "Oh  yeah? What did the rest of them  pay to win?"  And his payoffs will probably  stay low. But regular.  Readers with comments, suggestions or questions on thc  column or horse racing can write  J.Hayes, Box 3622, Vancouver.  Those with a self-addressed envelope will be promptly answered.  Strikes  and spares  By Bud Mulcaster  We wound up thc year last  Wednesday night with thc playoffs for thc Spring League. The  winners were the Newfies. Gerald  and Rose Martin, Andy and Joan  Seward. They really bowled  well and were 521 pins ahead of  thc second place team, the  4 C's ��� Mike. Paul. Peter and  Laurie Cavalier. It was a good  Spring League and the winners  left with some pretty nice prizes.  The Swingers had their playoffs last Tuesday and the Hot  Shots, Art Teasdale, Ev MacLaren. Phil Fletcher and Inga  Bemhof were the winners. Second place went to thc Halo's,  Art Smith, Charlie Strom, Flo  Gough and Lil Perry.  The YBC Bantam winners  were: for the Jets. Bryon Fitchell, Drew Knowlcds, Grant  Olsen and Suzanne Middlcton;  for the 9:00 a.m. Bantams,  Tracey Skytte, Danny Hurren,  George Williams. Kathy Gurney  and Sheila Reynolds: for thc 11:()()  Bantams. Scan Tetzlaff. Billy  Wilson, Lance Davies,  Richard  The camera does not lie, and in this shot it  catches one of the competitors in the doubles  tennis tournament held last week in a foot fault  while  serving   against   tournament  organizers  Keith Evans and Jim Weir.  Coast  strokers  Bv Dennis Grav  We met George Sargent on  one of our first bike trips into the  Chilcotins. He is a quiet lonely  man. one of the last frontiersmen  in a forgotten pocket of B.C. and  perhaps a final chapter to the  cowboy and Indian battles,  for he is both Indian and cow- getting bumped on the head in  boy.    It was before wc trusted   some slaughter house and they  country. Everything seems worn  out or trampled and the streams  are all muddied up. Also following a bike along a trail mined  with cow chips in their pre-chip-  py state keeps one busy ducking,  sometimes unsuccessfully; riding  in front you stand a chance of  running into the creatures themselves. Now these cows aren't  the docile dewev-eyed variety  wc were used to seeing. They  are wild animals. They spend  their summer in the mountains  and   see   little  of  man   before  the land enough to turn our backs  to it and get a good night's sleep,  without thc security of a cabin or  tent. It had taken us until late  afternoon to get this far in our  stop and go manner, for there  was always one of us who had to  stop and secure his baggage,  lube his chain, or flick his Bic,  I was hoping to find a cabin or  shelter lo spend the night in and  was getting more than a little  impatient with all the delays.  We were in cow country which  meant flies, also Grizzlies, and  the presence of all three was  obvious.  I don't particularly like cattle  Conner, Jane Lathem and Lori  Skytte.  Our 300 Club Tournament  was held on Sunday. May 28,  and was won by Art Holden. Art  rolled a 3-game total of 890 which  was 230 pins over his average.  Gloria Tourigny was second with  83 pins over and Ralph Roth  was third with 69 pins over.  300 games were rolled by Ralph,  a 310 and Art. a 322. Pretty good  bowling!  Got A Pain In  The Drain?  NOW  OPEN  for your  Plumbing Needs  specializing  in service  & repair work  T and T Plumbing & Heating  Rick Wray 886-7838  take no bull from no bikers.  When we found the lone cabin  it was in a high box canyon which  seemed so out of place and idyllic  as if dubbed in from some romantic novel. Lush-looking, white-  fenced pastures ran up the canyon  walls to a crown of timber around  its rim. Draining this little scoop  of serenity was a clear stream  line with poplars. At the very  centre of the valley partially  hidden by thick pine was the  cabin, its logs as if polished  were glowing golden in the evening sun. Unfortunately there was  no one there. We also found we  had lost our tent along (he way.  As we turned to retrace our  path we all had our own thoughts  about the uncertain night ahead.  This then is when wc met George.  He was returning to the cabin  just before dark. Hc was alone  and I think about as happy to  see us as we were to see him.  He offered to let us bunk up at  the cabin, for which we were  thankful. Although one of a  quiet breed. George later  explained he had just lost his  voice chasing away a Grizzly  from a young calf. Hc had forgotten to take his rifle that  morning and had to holler and  slap his chaps to scare it away.  That night he told us much  about himself and his way of  life. He told us how, not long  ago, there were three cowboys  and a cook to do the job he now  did alone. The next morning  we were aroused before light and  treated lo a meal we will not  soon forget. Stacks of golden  hot cakes, thick slices of ham,  fresh butter, real maple syrup,  fried eggs and hoi coffee. We  often remember that meal, think  about George Sargent and wonder  what we would have done that  night if it were nol for his hospitality. 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George Page  and David Cavalier; Danny and  Gale Cavalier: John Webb;  the R.C.M.P. and Murial Egins;  Ray and Gladys Clarke; Gulf and  Esso Stations: Uncle Mick's  Shoes; Mr. Butcher and staff at  Sechelt Elementary School;  Chatelech School Band and  Band Master Epp; School Board  for the use of the gym; Windsor  Plywood; Sechelt Building Supplies; Coast News, Peninsula  Times and Shopper; and all the  parents of the children who participated in the May Queen's  party. A special thanks to  Warren and Kathy McKibben  for all their hard efforts and the  ^*I.^*|.^n*.p*1*1*H*T. *t* *n>*l*  NDP  20% OFF  THE DIONNE YEARS  one copy only  TTT'rTTT'PTTV'rTT  SUNSHINE COAST  PEST CONTROL  \ We offer a  -^i   ^        Complete Pest  i    Control   Service  883-2531  yearly May Queen's Ball.  Without the continued support  of all the people we would not  bc able to have our annual  May Queen festivities.  Dorothy and Sandi  And you  Dear Sir:  Thank you. R.C.M.P. and Gibsons Lions Club for helping me  win a new bike.  Kirk Illingworth  Unity  Dear sir:  Your two correspondents are  each representative of our French  and English founding cultures.  They have spent some twenty-  five years in as many foreign  countries with those excruciating  problems arising from politics,  poverty and social adjustments  which only too often result in  revolution.  When presenting our observations on our distant and beloved country, we know that we  reflect the feelings of thousands  of our compatriots who, like us,  are engaged in diverse professional activities abroad.  We are also fully conscious  of the many regional, economic  and cultural problems which tend  to divide our nation, but we firmly believe that in reality Canada is  not by any means a dying country. To the contrary, we are convinced that Canada is on the  way to its own Renaissance. As  distance does not allow us to  participate directly in this  awakening, we have wanted to  make our contribution by sending  this letter to the 950 English and  French language newspapers in  Canada.  Wc simply refuse to believe  that Canadians are less intelligent  than other people. Surely Canadians realize that a united Canada  is a strong Canada and that a  divided Canada can only bc a  weak   country   which   projects  are you  Ready  WHY WAIT 'TIL SPRING....DO IT NOWI  * Decorative Fir Bark Mulch  * Top Soil  * Hydro Poles  * Shot Rocks  * Rock Oust for Driveways  * Landscaping B  ���350 & 450 Crawler  ���Extenda-Hoe  ���Dump Trucks  We also install & repair septic fields  Building a new house?  Need an excavation?  For free estimates call  J. B. EXCAVATING  ,     886-9031. |  among its foreign friends and  customers a feeling of skepticism,  uncertainty and confusion. The  disunity of a country, of any  country, only invites lack of  respect abroad for that country.  A divided Canada clearly risks  being absorbed and disappearing  completely in thc big American  melting pot. It is axiomatic that  the unity of a country is intimately  linked to its identity and image  abroad.  The common experience of  your two correspondents demonstrates clearly and abundantly  that acts of goodwill and joint  efforts by the conflicting parties  can only lead to a better mutual  understanding and respect, even  to friendship, with all the advantages this implies. How else  could one explain the durable and  numerous friendships that we  ourselves have developed in so  many countries speaking such  different languages?  It seems to us that the starting point towards unity is a real  and drastic change of attitude  towards languages and a simple  appreciation and recognition of  the advantages which the knowledge of languages carries in  Canada or anywhere else. A  second language is a recognized  necessity for an educated and  cultured person, most particularly when such languages are as  universally used as are English  and French. If the Chinese,  the Russians, thc Germans, the  Americans to be sure, and many  other nations had that same  "lingusitic" opportunity as have  Canadians, you would see how  quickly and efficiently they would  exploit it to their very best  advantage.  It is a matter of meeting the  challenge. Here are a few of the  small and simple means within  the reach of all of us:  1. Post notices at appropriate  places reading: "On parlc  francais" or "English spoken".  2. Write individually or collectively to your Editor, Member  of Parliament. School Board (or  all three) requesting that both  English and French be effectively  taught and used in the first  grades of schools. Our famous  Dr. Penfield has demonstrated  that the ability to learn languages  is greatest in young pupils.  3. Organize and/or support in-  terprovincial visits.  4. Promote the interchange of  language teachers.  5. Increase communication by  organizing pen-pal clubs through  newspapers or schools.  We who live overseas have made  a first gesture by writing this  letter. It is up lo you to ensure  its success through your individual or collective efforts. When  lhal slake is Ihe survival of thc  country, nobody can refuse lo  answer the call or to make an  effort. Long live Canada!  M.F.Rodman.  Santiago de los Caballcros.  Dominican Republic  H.E.Lemieux,  Madrid. Spain  Island Trust  LETTER* ������  We had an Island Trust meeting on Gambier Island last month  the main purpose of which was a  public hearing on the Gambier  Sea Ranch development at the  head of Port Graves Bay (Long  Bay) which they have been  working on for about six years.  It's surprising Ihe things that  came out at that meeting. One  resident twice said that he knew  for a fact Ihat the Highways  Department docs not want to  make any more roads on Gambier  Island. Where does this resident  get his inside information from,  and what a statement to make  about one Government Department to another. And make no  mistake, the Island Trust is  Government. We have about  five miles of road and about  forty vehicles, mostly belonging  to Summer people who park them  for weeks at a time as near to  te wharf as they can get so that  they don't have to walk.  One Summer resident stated  very emphatically that she didn't  want any more roads. Thanks to  the old timers who weren't so  hard boiled and wanted a few  conveniences she had a road on  which to haul Ihe material for  building her house as well as  electricity and telephone. Perhaps she would have preferred  to do what the old timers did  before they got the roads ���  hauled their goods on a horse  drawn stoneboat. Don't suppose  she would know what a stoneboat  was, and what the stoneboat  couldn't lake was packed piece  by piece thc hard way. They  worked to make the Island what  it is, and now wc have a saying,  "the last one on the Island  pulls up the drawbridge". They  don't want anything more, and  don't want anyone else to share  what they have.  M.Dombrowski  H.Negropontc  Gambier Island  Lee replies  Editor:  Anenl the published Letter  from the Tuwanek Ratepayers  Association, and the somewhat  pathetic ' 'editorial *' in the  Peninsula Times. First the "editor" should know better. God  only knows who in thc world  composes such obvious bilge.  Such an admirer of Churchill  that he writes under the banner of  his quotation, should read the  collected works of this great  master of the English language  for his better education. Several  times Churchill points out that  failure to Vote. Public Apathy,  and 'who cares' attitudes were  the root causes of wooly, rotten  legislation, and the primal cause  of the last and the previous war,  and since we are on the subject  and currently reminded, also of  the Holocaust. I among others  am tired of this Media Mandarin's mealy-mouthed meander-  ings.  For the Tuwanek writer who  wishes that I "correct any misunderstandings that thc other  directors or the public might  have", I respond herewith in  chronological order and brevity.  Madam, your association, opposed the rezoning of the Log  Dump, which was by law indicated as Industrial and Jacksons  had the so-called "Grandfather  rights". I became at your behest,  and as the duly elected director  for Area 'C\ involved in listening to your concerns and as 1  happen to believe that the  electors via the director make  the laws, and inasmuch as you  were asking for thc law to be  set aside or not applied, you  should bc well entitled to call  a few bars of the tune, after all  that is the primary reason one  votes for a director, isn't it.  Nothing wrong so far. 1 regarded  you as concerned citizens and  electors, certainly not riders on  the Municipal Bandwagon propelled    into   motion   by   other  Egmont  Because of an outbreak of  chicken pox. Egmont Day has  been moved back two weeks  and is now June 17.  Residents arc happy about this  as it gives more lime to prepare  for Ihe children's fishing derby  (9:30 a.m.). sports day (11:00  a.m.). refreshment stand (noon),  and the Bazaar and Rummage  (2:00 p.m.).  They can also sell more Grand  Rattle tickets.  RUMMAGE, CRAFTS  This summer under lhc leadership of Edna Howitt, Egmont  Community Club will be selling  rummage and handicraft items  twice a week.  Besides second-hand goods  (Egmont is known as Ihe "Rummage Capital of the World")  people can browse through the  work of local artists. All is on  display upstairs in Egmont Hall  Wednesdays. 1 to 4 p.m.. and  Saturdays. 2:30 to 5 p.m.  civic minded electors.  My presentation on your behalf  to thc Regional Board was  defeated 6 votes to 2. The  director who voted with me, and  please mark this, voted on the  basis that he should go along  with the recommendations of  the concerned director, his vote  was not on the issue as such.  We next come to the union of  yourselves and the Sandy Hook  group in thc B.A.BIacktop matter. Le me discuss the trigger  that fired my curiosity as to who  was calling Ihe tunc and waving,  not a baton, but a damned  big stick intimating, sing my  tune or you gct well and truly  clobbered. Now I don't give a  four letter cuss word for the  assinine threat as such, which  for the record, was taken supposedly, and wrongly from the  Municipal Act. During my 68  years I have had a few threats,  and I have learned that it is prudent to appraise thc potential  adversaries, and that is just what  I did. Thc result is now history.  Of Ihe 481 votes cast in Area  'C. the members of your joint  associations cast but b. The huge  proportion of your members who  had so little civic concern as not  lo register as voters is in my  considered opinion appalling.  I came by these figures in a  perfectly normal manner. The  Municipal Act 70 (1) a.b.c.  requires at the Polling Station  the Candidate, a Principal  Agent, an Assistant Agent, and  a possible further Agent to  attend the vote count. The  Assistant Agent is the Scrutineer,  who scrutinizes each Voter, and  checks him against the Voter's  HORSE  RIDING  Supervised trail rides  by appointment  886-2887  or  alternative  886-9033  BOnniCBROOK  RESORT  Create your own home  cooking center  w  ^am    (1   T~i The powered  \T"\ ventilation system  U   is built within the  with JENN-AIR GRILL-RANGE  Jenn-Air s incredibly versatile model  selection lets you create a range to meet  your every need' In cooktops choosr the  beauty ol smooth white glass-ceramic or  t>       Ihe electric conventional-element Simply  * lift out either cartridge to convert your  range to a Char-Flavor grill m  seconds' Convected or Conven  -.     tional radiant heat in your oven at  \      the Hip of a switch1 The Conven-  . \ tional cooks your present  ,\v recipes without change.  --Convected your Jenn-Air  .cooks cooler and (aster  (Turkeys roasts and hams cook  af 50  lower temperature  reducing cooking time  as much as 30V]  range, capturing  smoke and odors  more efficiently  CARPET-CABINET-CERAMIC CENTRE  ���  Highway 101  North Rd., Gibsons  Visit our showroom or phone tor the brochure  describing Jenn-Air's complete line  ot ranges and cooktops  Nothing  "*- 886-2765  STORE HOURS  THURSDAY, FRIDAY. SATURDAY  10 a.m. - S p.m.  Coast News, June 1  List. You will be interested to  note that these Agents swear  "That I will keep secret, and will  not disclose any information  which 1 may receive during  such election as to what Candidate any person votes for."  not very grammatical but as far  as the right to privacy you noted  is concerned, that is the sum  total of it. Now you will remember that Jacksons repeatedly  stated thc numbers of persons  looking to them for employment,  so fair is fair. I checked that  too. Jacksons indicated who  they were, and conclusively  proved their point. Now with  your list of petitioners. Jacksons  dependants, and the Voter's  List and there are the statistics.  My conclusions: It is quite  apparent that your two associations massively omitted to acquire  by exercising your civic responsibility of voting, the election of  a director who might reasonably  be expected to attempt to change,  vary, or set aside the law in  favour of thc electorate. It is my  opinion that you are not the  (in the true sense of the word)  electors and therefore law makers  ipso facto. I am not your agent,  and/or representative, by which  you referred to me. but a duly  elected Regional Director under  the Law. and I give notice that I  will not attempt to change or  vary the law made by past duly  elected directors, for the benefit  of those I believe failed in their  civic responsibilities, but expect  to have a part of changing the  law. On matters of your welfare  and well-being as residents and/  or taxpayers, certainly you can  look to me to forward your leg-  3,1978  11.  itimate and proper concerns.  I am sure you can divine the  distinction therein. ;!���  Your point to the effect thai-  there is more to it lhan appears  is irresponsible and does you jifc  credit, as our Lord said. "There -  are none so blind as those who  won't see".  Of course you arc understandably annoyed. You didn't'  make your objective, but il you  are still not happy you have  (praise be to God) under out.  Participatory Democratic system  thc right to ��� I have forgotten  who said it ��� VOTE THE BASTARDS OUT and by that simple  act you will be a part of lawmaking.  In passing I would like to  mention that I ran for election on  the advice of Mayors Tom Constable and Jack Volrich when  I expressed dissatisfaction with  Regional matters; the effect  being don't bitch and scream  but gct intu the electoral system  and do something about it;  I created mv manifesto, published  it. called on 250 homes, explained  my programme, 2Hl of 481  voters liked it and voted me in.  I am. and will continue to implement every word of it.  Finally, if a similar proportion  to thc Tuwanek and Sandy Hook  Associations had failed to register a vote, my rough estimate  is that 50 voters would have  turned oul rather than the 481  who registered a vote in Area  *C". I pose the question ��� what  price Participatory Democracy  with 50 voters from among  2,300 people with probable  1.870 voters? Charles Lee.  Regional Director Area 'C  DO IT YOURSELF KITS inground or above  SWIMMING POOLS  INGROUND INSTALLED   BY  EXPERIENCED POOL BUILDERS  'Sold  "Serviced  'All Chemicals  ABOVE  GROUND  Whirl Pools  Spa's  Hot Tubs  Jaccuzzi  Saunas  NOW RENTING  EXECUTIVE  HOUSE APARTMENTS  OVERLOOKING GIBSONS HARBOUR.  37 Deluxe  1 and 2 Bedroom Suites  FEATURING -  ���Controlled Front Entrance  ���Coloured Appliances  ���Cablevision  ���Panoramic View  ���Extra Sound-Proof Suites  ���Drapes  ���Wall-to-Wall Carpet  RENTS from $230.00  TO INQUIRE PHONE  886-2742 12.  Coast News, June 13,1978.  <��unni)CiE.\t  J\r\otoxJlotd  Hwy. #101.  Upper Gibsons  Sleeping & Housekeeping  Units  Individual tubs & showers  Colour Cablevision  Close to new Shopping Mall  skm 5 886-9920  ACCOMODATION  lOnniERROOK  LODGE  Ocean Beach Esplanade  Gower Point Road  Gibsons, B.C.  Enjoy home-eooked meals in  cozy dining room overlooking  the private beach.  Skn,u 886-9033  _t  LICENSED PREMISES  Kill. I ACUITIES-  22 ROOMS  3  The  leach Comber  Motor Inn  Hwy MOI ��� .skm N. ol Gihsoif  Dining Room open 5���9 p.m.  Mon.���Sal.  Home-cooked specials  available  11 a.m.-) a.m.  skm hi 886-9334  UALEM00N  SMORGASBORD  Fri.. Sat.. Sun.  OPENt 4- III Tues. to Sun.  Closed Mondays  13 km north ol Seehelt on  Hwj ��mi  Please phone lot reservations  skm in 885-5500  ��  <0>'orcl Jlitjj's  ��o4g*c  Ole's    Cove,  Sechelt, B.C.  Excellent dining facilities  Heated swimming pool  Sauna  Cocktail lounge  Tel: 885-2232  Skni4K  ���BLUE SKY MOTEL*|  "On the waterfront at  Davis Bay"  Overlooking   Georgia   Strail  and the Islands  SLEEPING & HOUSEKEEPING UNITS  Colour Cablevision &  Complimentary Coffee  Skm 24 885-9987  BIG MAPLE  MOTEL  4 km south of Sechell  on Hwy #101  *#*   FAMILY    ##.(5  HOUSEKEEPING UNITS  ****  Colour Cablevision  Sandy beach 400 metres  Landscaped Grounds  Skm 2.) 885-9513  C^ozu      C^ouri  Wot*  Inlet Avenue  Centre of Sechelt  ���:.��� 17 modern units  .��� Kitchen units  it ColourT.V  -.'.��� Wall to wall carpeting  Close to shopping & fishing  885-9314  Owner-Operator  Skm2"' Cliff & Liz Lindsey  i Se'/vei   ^Janea  4 km south of Madeira Park  . covered kitchens for tenters  partial hook-ups  . bait, boat rentals, launching,  moorage      safe, sandy beach  ���. showers ami laundromat  campsites on lawns  SORRY - NO PETS  Skm till 883-2630  ��� PARK*  mOTSl  Hwy #101 -3'/!    miles   N.  Madeira   Park Turn-off.  ALL ELECTRIC  HOUSEKEEPING UNITS  ColourT.V.  Owner-Operator  Ed and Laurie Larson  skm h4 883-9040  Duncan <%,  Cove *���  Resort  "follow signs on "U^/  Sinclair Bay Road"  Garden Bay, B.C.  Cottages Motel Units Trailer  Sites Laundromat Boat and  Tackle Rentals Ramp Moorage  Propane  skm 74 883-2424  ���BEAUTY SALONS-  Gibsons  45  *  k  laUl"  -y  Girls  S Guys  Downtown Gibsons  Style Cuts ��� Perms  Bio-Drying ��� Colouring  ��� Ear Piercing^  ^ ���       As you like il  Closed Moiulav  skm 5 886-2120  CONTINENTAL 44  COIFFURES  has moved from the Mail in  Sechell lo below ihe Parthenon  Rest  Men's Hairstvling  LOWEST  PRICES  ON THE  COAST  FOR  Appointment  phone liza  885-5733  SUPPLIES-  \gy  37  ���^>   GIBSONS  FISH  MARKET  lower   Gibsons  10:30   .i.ni    to   (.Ki   p.m.  l-rcsll lisli 111 season  Shellfish  Smoked fish  llomcshlr     lish     ,V     chips  SkmS 886-7888  ALLSPORTS     "  MARINE  Gibsons Wharf  MARINE HARDWARE  COMPLETE SPORTING  SUPPLIES  PARTY ICE & BLOCKS  * BAIT*  Skm 5 686-9303  GARDEN   BAY  l2  MARINE  SERVICES LTD.  Sinclair Bay ltd..  Garden Bay. B.C  DEALERS FOR:  Volvo Pcnla, Ilourston (ilascralt  Ichrvslcr Marine. Mercruiscr,  EZ Load Bool Trailers  IMMEDIATE  REPAIR SERVICE 883-2722  7 davs a week     or evening:  Skm 73 883-2602  THE COMPLETE FOOD  /tucicr\ STORE l3  KEN'S  Gibsons. B C.  Open 7 days a week  ��� Krcsh bitkcr\ products  Irom our bakery  ��� Krcsh ii lid cooked meals  ��� Finest fresh produce  ��� Ice. pop. ice cream,   and dairi products  KIN'S     Gibsons, B.C.13!  ��� Large selections  ot groceries  and import foods  ��� Non-food section  includes compel items  STORK HOURS  " a.m. hi fi p.m.  I ridin lit 7 p.m.  Sundjn Mln.m. In S p.m.  "It will pay you to stop  Skm 5  and shop with us.'  *   Your HOSPITALITY DIRECTORY *  RESTAURANTS-  ��ubyrn   ,->��  Restaurant -mtiirutninm.  6.4 km south ot Earl's Cove  on  Hwy #101  Outdoor Patio Coffee Shop  fully air-conditioned  Open 7 days a week  ���LICENSED PREMISES'  8 a.m.-9 p.m. Sun. to Thurs.  8 a.m.-11  p.m.  Fri,  &  Sun.  Skm 82 883-9453  THE TIDES  Lower Gibsons  Our Novelty:   TRY THE  "RELIC" Burger  Open 7 davs a week  "Breakfast  "Lunch  "Dinner  Skm 5  Takeout  886-9219  THE HERON  GOOD  WHOLESOME  FOOD  7 a.m. toll p.m.  Sundays 9 a.m.  to 6 p.m.  OUR PIES  ARE DELICIOUS  Cower Pi. Road  Gibsons Harbour  HOMESTEAD   "  DRIVE-INN  A Specials every Day it  SEAFOOD ��PYROGIES  BARON OF BEEF  CABBAGE ROLLS  OPEN: 7 days a week  10 a.m.���10 p.m.  Hwy #101. Wilson Creek  skm 17.6 885-2933  Q* Licensed *   15  OMEGA  PIZZA ��� STEAK &  'LOBSTER HOUSE]  Dine in comfortable  surroundings overlooking  Gibsons Harbour  Hours:  7 Days a Week  Mon. to Sat. 12 Noon  Sun. 4���10   Seaside Plaza. Gower Point Rd  SkmS 886-2268  -II p.m  ERNIE &GWEN'S'"  DRIVE-IN  Top of School Hill,  Gibsons  BURGERS. CHICKEN,  PRAWNS, HSH & CHIPS,  SOIT ICE CREAM  Sun.    Wed.   1(1 am    10.30 pm  Thurs.-Sal.   10 am-l 1:30 pm  Skms 886-7813  YOStU'S ?&|  RESTAURANT ��1  Sunnycrest Plaza   &  Gibsons, B.C.      ��  Chinese Cuisine \j  & Western Foods  Lunch & Dinner  FREE DELIVERY  (with min. order)  skm" 886-8015  DOGWOOD cm  ��� Breakfast  ��� Lunches  ��� Dinners  Gibsons, B.C.  skm 5 886-2888  to the scenic and friendly  SUNSHINE COAST  ���GIFTS  Yy.ttas&teilf'jtf  J Craftier Hobbles  Complete line of  Craft Supplies  SOUVENIRS  Toys&  Games  Seaside Plaza  Gibsons  Skm s 886-2811  MARINAS & RECREATION.  2d  The Pender Harbour  Fisherman's Resort  & Marina  Garden Bay, B.C.  BOAT RENTALS  9 HP��� 40 H.P.  Bait, Ramp. Moorage. Water-  front cabins, and it.V.Sites  Skin 72 883-2336  CAMPING      2  b5 C.S, ��� some on beach  Full Facilities  HORSE RIDING  Hy Reservation  Instructions & Supervised  Trail Rides  * BONNIEBROOK *  CAMP & TRAILER  PARK  Skm4   Gower Point  886-2887   * 886-9033  ���.���Moorage���  too slips  ���Permanent & Transient  ���/��� Block & Party ice  Peaceful quiet setting  Skm 52 885-3529  Irvines Landing'  Marina (1977) Ltd  Irvine's Landing,   -  B.C. ��/  Marine gas, bait,     Vjj  tackle, moorage,  boat rentals, launching ramp  ice, campground facilities  Waterfront Restaurant  ���Licensed Premises*  open ~days a week  SkmT2 '      883-2296  a little studio  gallery  sea   ^~t% Idum/  Ocean Beach Esplanade  Gower Point  Paintings Drawings  art and craft with a local flavour  Q-oan -Jnoinhion m1 am  Follow  Gower Pt. Rd. west  to the creek mouth      886-2681  |    Helen's46!]  |��    Fashion ��i  f    Shoppe |i  mt.     Everything for ���$!��� :  V*       the Ladies ��4;  S   Gifts & Souvenirs 2! :  V* Gibsons Sechell ,A ;  *!.   886-9941       885-9222 *f :  SiviiTTy's  Manna Lid.  HENRY J. SMITH -OWNER  *lce & Bait  ..,    .   'Fishing Tackle  Skin .���> a  P.O. BOX 96 886 7711  GIBSONS, B.C. VON 1V0  <rT|  24  ezis.cxs.1  ,, Lous.  cWaxlna  \M  Secret Cove, B.C.'  \  MOORAGE with car parking  facilities directly alongside  ���Marine fuel  ���Laundry facilities  ���Genera! store  ���BLock .v. party ice  skm 52 885-3533  Coiio <zl\l\a\lna  <C.R(.i.Oxi  Madeira Park, B.C.  Sales & Service for:  Mercury Outboards ,v  Silvcrlinc Boais  Modern Housekeeping Cabins  Camping, Boal Rentals.  T.V.  Launching Ramp,  Moorage ���Bail ���lee  Skint,: 883-2248  jUBl&S  ���SOUVENIRS  ���POSTCARDS  ���JEWELRY  ���GIFTS  Mon.-Sat.      10:00���SiOO  Gower Point Koad  Gibsons Harbour  skm > 886-9711  ��� FIRST CLASS     /  CLOTHING     J,  ���jantzen-*/  'LADIES'WEAR  Gower Point Road  Skm 5 Gibsons Harbour  I4I  BATHGATE  ENTERPRISES  Egmont, B.C.  Marina. Marine Fuels,  Grocery Store. Boal Rentals.  Live Bait, Tackle, Propane  Skm 92 883-2222  (/buccaneer  Marina  Secret Cove, B.C  JERVIS INLET  PRINCESS LOUISA  DAY CRUISE Tues. and Thurs  2���4 hour scenic cruises  available other days in surrounding area.  skm j i 885-9563  Madeira  Marina  MARINE SALES  & SERVICE  OMC. Evinrude. Volvo,  Honda. Chrysler,  Mercruiscr  Housekeeping Units,  Campsites, Fishing Tackle,  Party  &   Block Ice.  Madeira Park. B.C.  skm n2 883-2266  ���AUTO SERVICE ���  arioys family  rzestaixiant**  cjibsoris, B.C.  across from Sunnycrest Mall.  'Breakfast  ���Lunch  'Dinner  Open   Weekdays  7   a.m.���8i30 p.m.  Sat. 8 a.m.���8:30 p.m.  Sun. 9 a.m.���4 p.m.  skm 5 886-7828  GIBSONS SHELL'*  SERVICE  Downtown Gibsons  Monday thru Saturday  8a.m.���8p.m.  Sunday: 9 a.m. io7p.m  General Service  skm 5 886-2572  SECHELT        ��  At the traffic light  in Sechelt  COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE  SERVICE  7:00a.m.���9:00p.m.  7 days a week  Skm 27.2 885-2812  fenvaptm  MototB  jtHONDAl  $arts  885-9466  .     m   SECHELT10  iSHiiil      SHELL  SERVICE  Cowrie St., Sechelt, B.C.  Complete Service:  7:30 a.m.���9:00 p.m.  Gasoline. Electronic Tune-  tips. Brakes. Wheel Balancing. Shellubrication.  Tires. Batteries, and  Accessories.  Skm 27.2  CASr\ O  MdRTINCZi  R���ST/lURt\r)T  "On  the  waterlront1  at   Davis Bay"       1^^^  Open 7 days a week  Specializing in Spanish  Paella and Seafood  *fullv licensed premises*  PLEASE PHONE FOR  RESERVATIONS  Skm 24 885-2911  h, AeacbBuoy  On the Beach  at Davis Bay  ������  Hamburgers  Old English Fish & Chips  Ice Cream  ��**  Skm 24 885-3715  COCDEW  air  Wharf St. Sechelt. B.C.  CHINESE &  closed  CANADIAN   Tues.  CUISINE  Skm 27.2 885-2511  Jfl.  hin"  Madeira Park, B.C.  Licensed Premises  RESTAURANT* CAFE  'Specializing In barbequed ribs'  Overlooking scenic Pender  Harbour al Ihe Pender Hotel  7:30 a.m.-9:00 p.m.  Skm hH 883-2617 COAST NEWS   CLASSIFIED ADS  Classified Ad Policy  All listings 50c per line per week.  or use the Economical 3 for 2 rate  3 weeks for the price of 2  Minimum  $2.00  per Insertion.  All fees payable prior to insertion.  CLASSIFIED DEADLINE  NOON SATURDAY  * In the event of an error the  publisher shall be responsible for  one corrected Insertion only.  This offer Is made available for private Individuals.  These Classifications  remain bee  - Coming Events  -Lost  - Found  Print you ad In the squares Including the price of the Item and your telephone number. Be sue to leave a blank space after each word.  No phone orders Please. Just mall In the coupon below accompanied by cash, cheque  or money order, to Coaat News, Classifieds, Boi 460, Gibsons, B.C. VON 1VO, or  bring In person to Ihe Coast News office, Gibsons  DROPOFF POINT : Campbell's Shoes & Leather Goods Store, Sechelt  COMING EVENTS      HELP WANTED  WOMEN'S CENTRE  Roberts Creek, 885-3711. Drop-in  library, information, Thursdays  11:00-4:00. tfn  ANNOUNCEMENTS  DANCE CLASSES  For adults: Jazz ��� Intermediate  level. Course begins Thursday,  May II. Enquiries also invited  from beginners interested in  new courses in Classical Ballet or  Jazz. J.Milward886-2531.      tfn  WALLY'S DISCO:  Weddings, Dances, for everyone.  For   information   call   Wally  or  Cathv. 88b-9700 tfn  WORK WANTED        WORK WANTED  Looking for responsible people  intcreslcd in making money  full lime and part time. $500  a week or more, no experience  necessary, Call Gord at 886-  9144.9���10:0(1. #24  Coast News  Classifieds  Box 460, Gibsons, B.C  VON 1VO  r  CLASSIFICATION:  Eg. For Sale, For Rent, etc.  [ im .._...        ��� .  c_._: ::    :  _ ~      ~    -                   i  DEADLINE SATURDAY NOON ���  WESTERN CANADA SCHOOL  OF AUCTIONEERING LTD.  Canada's first, and the only completely Canadian course ottered  anywhere. Licensed under the Trade  Schools Licensing Act, R.S.A. 1970,  C.366. For particulars of the next  course write: Box 687, Lacombe,  Alberta, or Phone 782-6215 #26  MYLROIE AND EMERSON  The family happily announces  the marriage of Jo Mylroie to  Bob Emerson, held on June 2,  1978. #24  Watch for  Macleods       flyer  Mi  June 14.        "24  YARD SALE: June 17 and 18,  10���4. White house on corner of  School Road and Marine Drive.  Lower Village. Household goods,  material, appliances, and more.  #24  Experienced presser tor part-  time work. Peninsula Cleaners.  Gibsons. K8h-220O tin  Part-time help wanted, desk-  clerk and sewing duties. Peninsula Cleaners. Sechelt. 885-  9554. if,,  HELI>WANTED������  Dental assistant, full-lime. Apply  in own handwriting to Dr. D.R,  Bland. R.R.#2, the Dental Centre, Gibsons. Experienced person preferred. #24  We're looking for a responsible,  intelligent, cager-to-learn person who enjoys working wilh  people, to bc employed as a  Chairside Assistant al the Sechelt  Dental Centre. Knowledge of  dental assisting is preferred.  Please write or drop in a resume.  Box 1099, Sechelt. #24  OPPORTUNITIES  Business Opportunity. Excavating business for sale. JD  450 Cat. Case Backhoe. Tandem  Dump, Single Axle Dump, Ramp  Truck. 886-9633; 886-9365.      tin  Most trees, like pets, need care  and- attention and trees are our  speciality.  * Topping  * Limbing  * Danger tree removal  An insured guaranteed service.  Pcerjess Tree Services Ltd.  885-2109  Get Ready for Spring!  Fruit tree pruning, gardens dug,  perrenials divided. ALSO 1-ton  truck for hire, light moving and  hauling. 886-9294. tfn  WANTED  "  BOB KELLY'S PICK-UP   ��  asemenls.   garages,   yards.  A load on our Truck  Is a load off vour  Mind'  886-9433  Personal  Alcoholics Anonymous meetings.  Gibsons Athletic Hall. 8:30 p.m.  Every Monday. 886-9904 or 886-  9696 for information. #26  HOUSE CLEANING  Uondablc Reliable  Economical ��� Available  Call 886-9342 Evenings #25  Fully Qualified Electrician  it Free Estimates it  886-2546 tfn  For Explosive Requirements:  dynamite, electric or regular  caps. B line E cord and safety  fuse, contact Gwen Nimmo.  Cemetery Road. Gibsons. Phone  886-7778. Howe Sound Farmers  Institute. #7tfn  Small engine repairs to outboard  motors, chain saws, lawnmowcrs,  garden tractors. Reasonable  Rates. Home Service or Free  Pick Up and Delivery. Also  Garden and Soil preparation:  roto-tilling, plowing, aerating.  I'hone 886-9037 or 885-3394.   #25  ULTRA DECK  by  TRODAN  The Ultimate in Decking  886-2953 tfn  PENINSULA  ROOFING  & SHEET METAL  All Types of Roofing  & Re-Rooling  Henry Rodriguez  Sechelt     885-9585  LOGS WANTED  Top Prices Paid for  Fir-Hemlock-Cedar  I.&K LUMBER  {North Shore) Ltd.  I'hone 886-7033  Sorting grounds, Twin Creek  Timber  wanted:    Kir.  hemlock?*  cedar  nd poles.    T<  p  prices..  Let  us  give   you   an  est i mate i  DAiO I  og Sorting Ltd  Phono ���  886-7896 or 886-7700.  ttii-  FOR SALE  Small l  oys bike, good  conditiom  885-9248, $30.  <-2S  Professional House Painting  FREE ESTIMATES  Call .lames, ev.al 886-2821   #25  Small engine repairs to outboard  motors, chain saws, lawnmowcrs.  garden tractors. Reasonable  rates. Home Service or Free Pick  Up and Delivery. Phone 886-9037  or 885-3394. tfn  Sewing  machine  repairs.   Work ;���  unconditionally guaranteed. *.  Parts for all models. I'hone Steve -  885-2691 tftv  Moving & Hauling  Gardening. Rubbish Removal.  Odd jobs of anv kind. Quality  work. 886-9503. #36  Doing   your   own    upholstery?  We have all supplies.  Need a new mattress? Try foam!  All sizes.  Custom covers for:     Campers,  trailers    and     boat     cushions  W.W.UPHOLSTERY AND BOAT  TOPS LTD. 886-7310 tfn  PLEASE NOTE  Arrange for your hair  appointments early as the  Crown of Glory  will be closed in August  from the 15  to the   20  The Crown of GIopv  886-9744  If you are not shopping at Macleods   in   Sechelt   you   are   the ���  loser. #25. ���  RICH    BLACK     DELTA     SOIL  16yard.   $190.   Bud's Trucking;.  15805,     108th     Ave.,     Surrey,''  V3R 6T9 tfn  PENTANGLE  PLANTS  885-3818       Sechelt  GIBSONS SAND & GRAVEL LTD  EXCAVATING ��� LAND CLEARING  ROAD BUILDING GRAVEL  Classified aggregates       883-9313  ���'"-   CADRE CONSTRUCTION LTD  ��� Exterior Painting ���  ��� Professional Work ���  ��� Airless Spray Jobs*  Payne Rd., Gibsons 886-2311  T&T Plumbing & Heating  Service renovation  & contract plumbing  886-7838     Rick Wray, Manager  Classified  aggregates  SImU WtveiU&MtMt Jltd  EXCAVATING ��� LAND CLEARING  ROAD BUILDING GRAVEL  886-2830    flgR  Sunshine Coast  Business Directory  ********* AUTOMOTIVE   ******A  r~  1  P. M. GORDON  .  B.C. LAND SURVEYOR  .  1       P.O. Box 609  1      Sechelt. B.C.                                           Bus. 885-2332  P       V0N3A0                                                    Res. 886-7701,  * eJ\tuidtnllai ��Uctiicat  <z\ob     C?j-aaa%     * ef?tnovalioni & cftUitti  ��.       )> * Stuhtc   <=tftat  C*^ 886-9261  P.0.BDX107B      GIBSONS, B.C.     VDN1VD  NEED TIRES'*  Come in lo  COASTAL TIRES  ,ll the S BENDS on Hiqhway 101  r'hone 8862700  PLUMBING  Economy ruto parts bid  Automobile. Industrial  and Body Shop Supplies  Sechelt    88S-SI8I  ******* BUILDING SUPPLY  Fancy Panels, Insulation, Doors, Blfolds,  Construction Plywood, and all Accessories.'  Delivery Phone 886-9221  Highway 101, Gibsons  Phone  [���)      886-7605  ********** CabinetS ##########  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  CABINETS ��� REMODELLING  Showroom in Twilight TheatreBldg. 886-9411  V  *********  CARPENTRY *********  Gutters Phone: Eaves Troughs  CUSTOM CRAFT PRODUCTS  885-2992  %��,IZ     NfcrVBE ELECTRIC!ni.  RESIDENTIAL-COMMERCIAL-INDUSTRIAL  Maintenance Electronics     Pole Line  "POWER   TO   THE   PEOPLE"  ANDREASSEN    ELECTRIC  IGIBSONS CO.I Serving the Sunshine Coast  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Per Andreassen 886-9439  General Delivery Granthams Landing, B.C.  **********    EXCAVATING    *******  SEASIDE PLUMBING  PLUMBING-PIPEFITTING-STEAMFITTING  HOT WATER HEATING  886-7017  All Work Guaranteed  Rolerts  SI6NS  ��� Sign Consulting ���Magnetic Signs  Service ���Sign Drafting  ��� Custom Signs ���Plastic Signs  ��� Trucks. Boats, etc.  Dune Roberts 886-8024  No. 88 Sunshine Coasl Mobile   Home Park. Gibsons, fl C  LH WELDING  PORTABLE STEEL AND ALUMINUM WELDING  Ftihriuntion A; Repair   Ph. 886-9625 or 886-7704  Commercial  Residential  Maintenance  Continuous  J.B.EXCAVATING  886-9031  Water, sewer, drainage installation   ,,^  ��� Dump Truck ��� Backhoe  ��� Cat ��� Land Clearing VTaiS^v-y  ��� Free Estimates ��� Septic Fields    i.-^AC-i  \t��A  r J & R CONSTRUCTION     swimming pools  i. house Iraming                   ���,-.��� floors, sidewalks, patios  .general contracting &            retaining walls  renovations                      ���;. foundations  Jim 886-7571 Ron   886-9262  Cadre Construction ltd. wj?  Framing, remodelling, additions^%  HOUSES BUILT TO COMPLETION-  l Payne Road, Gibsons 886-2311^  loj^S TomFlieger   Phone 886-7868  *WLectrical  t3  Sand & Gravel  885-9666 ot  885-5333  L&HSwansonLtd.  Readymix Concrete  with 2 plants  Sechelt and Pender Harbour  Backhoes  -Dump Trucks-  Porpoise Bay Rd.  Box 172. Sechell, B.C  PERMATRUSS FABRICATORS     grates  (G.bsons)Ltd. 886.7318  Located next to Windsor Plywood p q Box 748  ^Residential & Commercial Roof Trusses Gibsons BC;  GIBSONS LAWN MOWER &  CHAIN SAW SERVICE 886-2912  Gibsons Industrial Park, #5, Shaw Rd.  "Repairs to all makes"  ���  PACIFIC-O-FIBERGLASS ^  FIBREGLASS  LAMINATING - REPAIRS  BOATS - SUNDECKS, ETC.   12 years experience  s 885-2981   Eves j  C & S Construction  Fiberglass Sundecks ��c"��vatlons  Daryll Sturhuck  ���SM, 'I" W  Finishing  Dennis Collins  88b-7|00  "Serving  Langdale  lo  Earls Cove'  ONTRACTING  Box 214,Gibsons, B.C  VON1VO  CUSTOM BACKHOE WORK  SEPTIC TANKS INSTALLED  Government Approved  Free Estimates  Excavations ��� Drainage Waterlines. etc  Ph 885-2921 Roberts   Creek  Quality Farm 6 Garden Supply Ltd. -  * Feed * Fencing     886-7527  * Fertilizer  MOVING AND STORAGE *N  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER Ltd.  Household Moving & Storage Complete Packing  Packing Materials tor Sale  Phone tttib-2664     Member Allied Van Lines     R R   1   Gibsons  Nequatque Resorts Ltd.  Will build 10 SUM       Cons����c"��n Vision  Residential or High Rise Vinyl Siding  Gibsons 886-2597   Ph Collect Vancouver 112-327-875?  inn llillllr it,  wc van dn it  I0L  * Pet Food  Pratt Rd.  Gibsons  ******* FLOOR COVERING^<*5��i#ir<#5#5r  R.Ginn Electric  General Wiring &  Qualified Workmanship ���  RR��2 MARLENE RD.,   OQC M70  ROBERTS CREEK     OW-OJfS  CARPET-CABINET-CERAM<? CENTRE  Open Thurs., Fri., Sat.  10a.m.���5p.m.  Howe Sound Distributors Ltd.  North Road, Gibsons, B.C. 886-2765  JOHN HIND-SMITH  REFIIGERATION & MAJOR APPLIANCE SERVICE  Port Mellon lo Pender Harbour  Res. 886-9949  CARMI CRANE SERVICE  Industrial or Residential Lifting  to 46 feet. 18ft. flat deck Pick-up  and Delivery  v P.Jackson 886-2401 or 886-2312  THOMAS HEATING  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES  Porl Mellon toOle s Cove  885-9973 886 2938  Commercial Containers dvaiiapie  TREE TOPPING  VIEW DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  Clean up your wooded areas.  Remove lower limbs lor VIEW  Top tall Irees ad|acacent to building  Marv Volen  886-959/  OIL BURNER SERVICE  Complete Instrument  886-7111  MACK'S NURSERY  SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY  Shrubs, Fruit Trees, Plants  Landscaping, Pruning Trees, Peal Moss & Fertilizer  Licensed lor Pesticide Spraying  It Pays to Advertise in the 14.  Coast News, June 13,1978.  FOR SALE  PENTANGLE  PLANTS  885-3818      Sechelt  *_  886-9737  Double t">v spring and mattress.  886-800I. #24  Two small fridges and unc pool  table. Oilers. Win.2551. #24  2J  cu.   it.   freezer,   like   new,  $275. Eves, 886-8035 #24  One table lamp, one pole lamp  (2 sockets) with orange globular  fixtures. Phone 886-7683.       #24  Lighting fixtures, Bathroom.  $8.95. anil wall, $11.95. 886-  2546. #24  45 gal. barrels, waler or incinerator. S-t.45.886-2953 #24  9xl2\7 umbrella tent, coleman  camp stove, lamp, ice chest.  5Nl) the lol: or will sell separate-  ly. Phone 886-2613. #24  FREE:  one chesterfield, custom  linilt. Contact, eves 886-2566. #24  Approximately 64 sq. yd  I" thick and light plush carpet.  Colour brown. No sign of wear.  Used only For one year.  886.7112  For Sale:  24" Ttipersplit Shakes.  Phone 885-5374. #25  Purebred ihree year old Jersey  heifer with papers.    Very quiet  and gentle.  Evenings. 886-7260  #24  Hav for sale  ���  $1.00 a  bale.  Mulch 50 cents. 885-9357.        tfn'  HORSESHOEING  Bob Hopkins  Call 886-9470 eves. #41  Small western saddle, good condition. $125firm. 885-9248.    #25  Dairy Goat ��� yearling female,  i an breed in the fall for milk in  the sining. Toggenburg x Saunen  885-9293 #24  Free to a good home, medium  sized spayed female dog. Very  loving witli children.  885-9293.  #24  l.s month old Toggenburg doe,  gentle, itimc. $25 nil. Phone 8B0-  ' ���"'..!��� r I p.m. I'M  Excellenl ruling palomino Shetland. $110 o.b.o. Saddle and  lii. k St,', Firm 885-2546, #24  FOR RENT  NeuK .li corolcd 2 and 3 bdrm  apis. Stove, Iridge, heal and  cablevision Incl. in reasonable  rent, Smm\ . no pels. Close to  Schools .mil shopping. 886-  78.11.. tfn  Rol  lion  Creek:   three bedroom  w w    earpets.    electric  Furnished two bedroom mobile  home, near waterlront. Sorry,  no dogs. 886-2887. tfn  Kefs required.   $3110 per month.  Phone 886-2744. #24  Condominium:  Three bedrooms  plus family room. I1/; baths,  earpets. $300 per mo. Call  886-7628. tfn  WANTED TO RENT  House or cottage, lirst two weeks  in July. References available.  545-7087. #23  Urgently Required, two or three  bedroom house or suite for single  tenant and two boys. In Gibsons  area. Call collect 985-9877.  References available. #26  Clean furnished family house until mid-September. Call Kathy.  886-7811. #24  PROPERTY  BOATS  TRAVEL  Ladies light blue eyelet dress  (2 pel; ladies white eyelet dress.  Worn only onee each. Would be  terrific for grad. 886-9732. #24  rig '���jjr>  iTTusic Weavers  .New & Used  Albums & Tapes  The Home of People's Prices  WEST SECHELT HOUSE  $48,000  Three bedrooms, off Derby  Road, on cul-de-sac. Lawn in  and basement partly finished.  Well built with double glazed  windows throughout. l'/i  years old to view call owner at  885-2949. #22  Must Be Sold  A 5 year old home in a prime  family location, three bedrooms,  two full baths. 1.560 sq. ft.,  full basement, two fireplaces  wilh built-in B.B.Q.. large sundeck. paved and landscaped.  Reduced to sell at $57,500.  All offers will be considered.  886-7068 #26  By owner. 7S.fl. level waterlront.  Mod architect.. 1.440 sq. ft.  house at Wilson Creek. All  appliances. $96,400. Days. 688-  9566. eves. 922-6959. #24  Gibsons waterfront, two cabins.  Approximately 350x50. Offers.  112-922-4278. #25  14Vi ft. fiberglass runabout.  Windshield. controls-tank,  depth sounder, etc. with 1975  25 h.p. Johnson outboard.  Electric start. Complete with  trailer. $1,100,886-2512.        #24  23' hull for pleasure or work  boat. Three coats of fiberglass.  10V;' beam. Offers close to  $2,500. 886-7423 eves. 886-2120  days. #26  17 ft. Sangster. 302 Ford. Hamilton Jet. 886-2124. #26  24' Rainbow fiberglass sailboat.  Rigging, but no sails. 885-3429.  $3,500. #25  12' Fiberglass hull wilh controls  and bow tank. $200. Call 886-  7N.W after 6. #24  A number tu note:  885-3521  WHARF REALTY LTD.  LOT FOR SALE  '/i acre plus good view.  1,000  feet from waterfront. Gower area.  886-2887 tfn  Table lamp with two shades,  $7.00; Iwo standing ashtrays  (lights inside). $5.00 ea; afghan,  $15.00: miscellaneous articles.  886-2512. #24  BY OWNER  Langdale, brand new home,  1322 sq.ft., 3 bedrooms, ensuite off master, Urge kitchen  and nook. Beautiful Cameo  marble fireplace, with heatilator up and downstairs. Also  roughed-in two rooms and  bath downstairs. Beautiful  view on comer lot. This home  must be seen to be appreciated. $63,000. Please  call 886-2300. tfn  ALDERSPRINGS ROAD, Gibsons  56x156 lot of best garden soil.  Close to Post Office and shopping centre. Drive way, and  hydro on. Fenced on three  sides. Also: three-room building. Sacrifice. Phone 886-7498  or 885-2550. #25  WYWSaWaWVWVWWY'afVal  LIVESTOCK  LIVESTOCK HAULING  Pat Horvath motor carrier license  for Sunshine Coast ��� Powell  River ��� Vancouver ��� Fraser  Valliv. With full insurance for  livestock. I'hone 886-9845 eves, tf  Two year old 12x68 mobile  home on paikllke acre by  Camp Byng. Stove, Fridge,  Dishwasher Included. $37,500  Arm. 437-0740 eves) 886-  7297 days. #24  r\rWaWa^WarWar^rWr��arW  For Sale ��� View lot Davis Bay,  $13,900. Call owner, 885-3444.tfn  IAN MORROW & CO.LTD.  Prompt attention to your marine  survey requirements for all transactions   and   insurance   needs.  Phone 886-2433, 886-9458.      #52  Iti-ft. Reinell runabout on good  trailer. Boal features brand new  canvas top. Trailer has good tires  and big winch. Asking $1,000.  Phone 886-9843 after 5 p. m.     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.  21' Cabin Cruiser, sound cedar  hull, newly painted, 115 Volvo  I/B, head, galley, sleeps three,  interior needs paint, $4,200 firm.  885-2952. tfn  110 Mercury Outboard Motor,  used two seasons. Excellent  condition, $425. Call evenings,  883-2424 tfn  CARS ANDTRUCKS  1965   Chev   Van   good   motor, |  new   starter,   good   body,   two  spares.      Needs   new   wiring.  $150 or best offer.    Mike, 885-  3967orlngrid. #25  3-speed Chevy transmission,$35.  Hurst Shifter Assembly. $15.  Custom steering wheel, $5.  886-2315 after 6 p.m. #25  1971 Fiat 124 Station Wagon.  $400o.b.o. 886-8001. #26  1969 Mazda 1600. Standard.  $400,886-2431. #24  1965 Isuzu Diesel truck. Offers to  $1,500. Contact Colin Swinney,  c/o Coast News, Box 17 or phone  message. #24  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.      tfn  SUNSHINE COAST MOBILE  HOME PARK  RR #2, Gibsons, 886-9826  SPECIALLY PRICED  New 14 wides ��� fully furnished and set-up on your lot  irours.  Good selection of used single  and double wide homes from  as low as $7,000.00.  SUNSHINE COAST MOBILE  HOME PARK  RR #2, Gibsons, 886-9826  10x45 mobile home. C.S.A.  approved. 200 sq. fl. addition  (living room) with large skylights included. Wall to wall  carpeting. Stove, fridge, forced  air oil heal, large Franklin  wood stove. Moving costs on  Sunshine Coasl included.  $6,500.00 o.b.o. 885-9245 eves  after 9:00 p.m. #25  1976 Berkshire 12x68. three  bedrooms, carpets and drapes,  10x12   utility   shed.    $12,750.  886-7737. #24  Two mobile home spaces available now. Sunshine Coast  Trailer Park. 886-9826. Ifn  TRADES WANTED!  Trade up to a new 14' wide or  Double-wide home! We have  customers wanting used 12'  wides in thc $4,000 to $12,000  price range. Good selection  of new units in stock or on  order.  COAST    MOBILE    HOMES  LTD.  Sechelt, B.C. 885-9979  M.D.L. 00623A  OPPORTUNITIES  MOBILE HOMES  10'x40'   house  trailer.   $3,500.  886-2457. #25  FOR RENT  Two   mobile   home   sites   near  beach.    Fiee vegetable garden  plots if desired.  "Bonniebrook"  886-2887. tfn  EXPECTING A SMALL  VISITOR?  Rent a crib or high chair; stroller  orwhatevervouneed.    886-2809  tfn  LOST  Near Oldershaw Road, Roberts  Creek. Fairly timid female cat.  One vear old; white, with small  black marking on head; bobbed  tail. Missed dearly. REWARD.  Phone 886-9771. #tfn  Shepherd Husky breed dog,  blond wilh black lips of hair  on back, tail and around nose.  Lost in Roberts Creek 8 or 9  weeks ago. wearing choke chain  leash, and yellow rope. Answers  lo Benji. 886-9095. Ifn  Lost, set of keys on a round ring-  about ten keys in all. Small  reward. Please turn in al lhc  Coast News office. Gibsons,     tfn  Lost ��� Between Lower Road  Roberts Creek and Langdale:  large male, blue seal Siamese  cat. Ringed tail ��� nervous ���  phone 886-9398. #24  One small sixteen inch wheeled  bicycle, yellow in colour with  training wheels. Please phone  886-7058. #24  Female tortoise shell cat with  brown collar and bell on neck.  Phone 886-2433. #24  PETS  Four beautiful healthy kittens  3 orange, 1 calico. Caring homes  only. 886-2551. #24  Two Siberian Husky pups. Call  886-9101 or sec Cher at Dogwood  Cafe. $85.00 #24  :4>A'i*'s4aV'.4>At  Kittens.    Part Siamese.  886-9443.  Free.  #24  "BLANKET HRiniJH COLUMBIA  & YUKON CLASSIFIED ADS  NvttluueU  flatted  Registered Agency  Agent Registration No. 108-3  We offer a complete  Travel Service at no  extra cost.  Plan now for  your  Eastern   Canada  Vacation.  30 days advance  booking lor charier fares  AGNESLABONTE  886-7710  For All  Your  Travel  Needs  peninsula  travel  886-9755  Registered Travel Agent  PERSONAL: Mrs. Madella.  Spiritual reader and adviser.  Palm and Tarol card reading.  She will help you with your  problems in business, health,  love affairs, sickness, where  others have failed. Special reading by mail with free monthly  horoscope. Send $10, date of  birth and year lo: Mrs. Madella,  PO Box 69784. Station K. Van-  couver, B.C. Phune 251-3697. #24  PROPERTY FOR SALE: Shus-  wap Lake, year round cottage  overlooking lake. Electric heat.  carpeted, new slove and fridge.  Exclusive privileges lo 1600'  lakeshorc with boat ramp. Asking $39,500. Phone (604) 376-  5070 or wrile KN 791, Kamloops  News, 309 Tranquille Rd.. Kamloops. B.C. #24  PROPERTY FOR SALE: Kelowna  lionie. 7 years old. 1220 sq fl  11 acre. Ottiet area close to  schools and recreation facilities.  Gross taxes $600. $58,900. Paved  driveway. 2 fireplaces. Write 759  Arbutus   St..   Kamloops.   B.C.   #24  REAL ESTATE: By owner ���  walkon beach properly; 2 houses,  fantastic view, loads of water.  150' beach frontage. 1.6 acres  wooded. Low, low price! MUST  SELL. Phone 335-2469. #24  REAL ESTATE: Choice home in  choice location. Close to park  and Courtenay schools. Contains  two fireplaces, five bedrooms,  l'/i bathrooms, full basement,  carport: garage in secluded  backyard. Phon'e 338-6139 or  write: 1180��� 17th St.. Courtenav  B.C. #24  BLANKET BRITISH COLUMBIA  & YUKON CLASSIFIED ADS  EQUIPMENT FOR SALE:  D-7 Cat S#I7A19228 with D7D  winch. Garber. Medford canopy,  Panko clearing blade plus straight  blade. All in excellent condition.  Asking $20,000. Phone Don How-  lett 992-5324 evenings. #24  INCORPORATE! $70 plus fil-  ing fees. Obtain your lawyer  supervised incorporation over the  phone ��� fast! Call Self-Counsel  Services toll free. 112-800-663-  3007. Chargex & Mastercharge  accepted. #27  DIVORCE! $100 plus filing fees  Obtain your lawyer supervised  divorce over Ihe phone ��� fast!  Call Self-Counsel Services toll  free 112-800-663-3007, Chargex  and Mastercharge accepted.   #27  FURNITURE: We sell new and  used office furniture, filing cabinets, desks, tables, chairs etc.  We also purchase good used  furnishings. Phillips Capital  Leasing. 10673 King George  Highway. Surrey. B.C. Phone  588-0411. #27  DOORSI B.C.'s lowest prices.  Pre-hung Interior $14.90; pre-  hung exterior. $32.00; fancy  doors $39.00. Huge stock. Walker's. Phone 266-7211. 1366  S.W.Marine Drive. Vancouver.  #24  REAL ESTATE: 1.188 sq.ft.  three bedroom log house, full  basement, fireplace, carpets,  drilled well, lagoon on ten  acres. Eight miles west of Vanderhoof. on Highway 16. $55,000.  Phone 567-4156.. #24  TRUCKS FOR SALE: 1978 Peter-  bill Logging truck, c/w 1978  Neils 20 ton trailer and air scales.  Also 1978 Arctic 20 ton log trailer  c/w truck. Rigging, air scales.  Phone 692-3067. #24  LIVESTOCK: Plan to attend the  4th International Pin/.gauer  Congress in Calgary. Alberta,  July 12 lo 16. This is an ideal  opportunity for all cattlemen  to increase their knowledge  through a scries of internationally  accepted speakers and numerous  exhibitions. Contact CPA Congress. Suite 401. 604-lsl Street,  SW, Calgary, Alberta. Phone  (403)265-7236. #24  BUSINESS FOR SALE:  your own boss! Profitable general, variety and clothing store  for sale in Central Interior. Two  bedroom living quarters. Asking  $58,500. Coulter Sales, P.O. Box  99, Clinton, B.C. Phone 459-  2535 days; 459-2627 nights.    #25  HELP WANTED: Management  trainee for Interior music store.  Retail experience with a knowledge of musical instruments  desirable. Full time employment  for successful applicant. Salary  commensurate with experience.  Send detailed handwritten resume to Box 187, c/o The Tribune, 188 N. 1st Avenue. Williams Lake. B.C. #24  ATTENTION: Your carpets  come clean wilh the "machine of  Estcam". For equipment sales  and service or dealer enquiries  contact: Harmony Floors Ltd.,  Box 1504. Fort Nelson, B.C.  Phone (604) 774-2747. #26  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.  Cars & Trucks  COMING EVENTS: Shawnigan  Lake Sports Camp at Brentwood  College. Mill Bay. July 9���15.  Many sports, coaching. Boys and  girls, aged 9 ��� 15. Brochure  available. Write 506���1207  Douglas St. Victoria. B.C. Phone  746-5895. #24  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES:  For a 'young' retired couple who  wish to live in Canada's beautiful Gulf Islands. Clean, well  equipped 12 unit mold on  Sallspring island near a ferry  terminal. For details wrile:  Ivan Mouat, Saltspring Lands  Ltd.. Box 69. Ganges. B.C. or  call collect 537-5115 days. 653-  4463 eves. #24  FOR  NEW HOUSE ON LEVEL LOT  Three bedrooms (master bedroom has ensuite),  custom built walnut cabinets, separate dining room,  two fireplaces, basement and carport. One block  to schools and  shopping mall.  $48,500  Phone 886-7625  House  ED  BUS)  Cedars  ..__ Hwy. #101-  Mall   "A   Vendre  Par   Soumissions  Publiques"  Le Directeur de I'  Office de I'e'tablissement  agricole des anciens  combattants offre aux  soumissions publiques  le lot 27, Div. 4298,  Cadastre 15705 (District  d'evaluation de Vancouver), situe a quatre  kilometres a I'ouest de  Sechelt, sur la Nor  West Bay Road. Le  terrain est d'environ  .49 acres.  Le Directeur prefere  que, le terrain soit  paye en especes, et  e'est pourquoi les  offres en especes auront  la priority. D'autres  dispositions pourront  eVe prises si le terrain  n^est pas paye en especes.  Toute soumission  doit etre jaccompagne'e  d'un depot de $100,  sous forme de cheque  vise" ou de mandat-  poste aj'ordre du Rece-  veur general du Canada.  La soumission la plus  eleve'e, ou n'importe  quelle autre soumission  ne sera pas necessaire-  ment acceptee. L'actv  eteur de cette propriete  devra examiner lui-  meme cette derniSre  et ne se fier aucunement  a une evaluation verbale  ou ecrite des employes  de I'Office de I'e'tablissement agricole des anciens combattants. _Les  soumissions devront etre  envoyees au Directeur  regional, OEAAC, case  postale 4800, Bureau de  poste principal, Vancouver (C.-B.) et porter  clairement la mention  "Soumission - Propriete  MacNaughton". Les  soumissions seront  ouvertes le 26 juin  1978 a 9 h. Des ren-  seignements supple"-  mentaires peuvent etre  obtenus en s'adressant  "For Sale  by Public Tender"  The Director, The  Veterans' Land Act,  offers for sale by Public  Tender, Lot 37, D.L.  4298, Plan 15705 (Vancouver Assessment District) located 4 kilometres west of Sechelt  on Nor West Bay Road.  Contains approximately  .49 acres.  The Director prefers  to sell for cash, and cash  offers will receive preference. If not sold on a  cash basis other terms  may be arranged.  Each tender must be  accompanied by security  deposit of $100.00,  by certified cheque or  money order payable to  Receiver General of  Canada. Highest or  any tender not necessarily accepted. The purchaser of this property  must rely on his own  inspection and knowledge of the property  and not on any representation given verbally or  in writing by employees  of the Veterans Land  Administration. Tenders  to be submitted to Regional Director, V.L.A.,  Box 4800, Main Post  Office, Vancouver, B.C.  V6B 4A5, clearly marked  "Tender ��� MacNaughton Property". Tenders  will be opened at 9:00  a.m. June 26, 1978.  Further details available from Superintendent, Property Management Division, Veterans  Land Act, 1155 Robson  Street, 7th floor (Phone  666-3879), Vancouver  B.C.  au Surintendant, Division de la gestion immobilize, Office de I'  etablissement agricole  des anciens combat-  tants^ 1155, rue^Robson,  7e etage - (telephone  666-3879), Vancouver  (C.-B.).  For Private Use or Business  AUTOVEST  Before you buy, investigate the advantages ol this rent-to-  own plan.   All monies paid apply to purchase.   Why tie  up your cash or borrowing power?   1st and last months  rentanddrlveaway.  EXAMp|_ES  Based on 36 month lease  78 F250 pickup  $148 per mo.  Total $5328.  Lease end Price  $2175.  or simply return  77 Econoline Van  $136 per mo.  Total $4896.  Lease end Price  $1975.  or simply return  78C100ChevPU  $129 per mo.  Total $4644.  Lease end Price  $1875.  or simply return  78 Camero HT  $139 per mo.  Total $6004.  Lease end Price  $2025.  or simply return  78 Zephyr Sedan  $124 per mo.  Total $4464.  Lease end Price  $1825.  or simply return  78 Dodge Van  $129 per mo.  Total $4644.  Lease end Price  /     $1875.  or simply return  78 Fiesta 3 DR  $99 per mo.  Total $3564.  Lease end Price  $1400.  or simply return  78F1504X4  $155 per mo.  Total $5580.  Lease end Price  $2275.  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  Property  WEST SECHELT  $48,000  Cedar 3 bedroom all  electric, double glazed  windows, high ceilings  in living room and  kitchen, lawn, garden,  partly finished basement on cul-de-sac  off Derby Road. Inside must be seen.    885-2949  EXCLUSIVE!!  $120,000  Ltrhr fiijdbsF  ���fffflajBax* v ' ��T��'  "'J'"''    "WW  This commercial building is  for sale by its corporate  owner. Approximately 3,600  sq. ft. with modern shoe store  on ground floor and five  professional offices upstairs,  with storage shed out back.  Present Income:  $1,140 per Month  Potential Income:  $1,515 per Month or More  If interested contact company's solicitor  ROBERT C. REID at 886-2207 or 886-7995  For Safe  FOR SALE  "RUBBER DUCK"  18'    SABRECRAFT C/W  140   Merc Outboard.  Accessories include  C.B., Sounder,   Morse  Docking   lights,   Bosch  Wipers, Stainless Prop  (2 spares), Power Trim,  Enclosed   Top,   Auxiliary Motor  Bracket.   Full Price $4,900.oo.   Available  for viewing at  Garden Bay Marine Services Ltd.  Contact Ab Haddock at 883-2722 days or   883-2682evenings Sechelt Garden Club  Coast News, June 13,1978  15.  By Jack MacLeod  One of the many pretty gardens in the area,  this graceful  wooden  bridge crosses a  pond  which is stocked with fish.  It is located on Veterans Road.  Power Squadron meets  POWER SQUADRON ��� ��� ��� ���  B> Emily Carruthera  Thc Sunshine Golf and Country  Club, on May 2b. where the  Sunshine Coast Power Squadron  held their Change of Watch and  Dinner, had over fifty members in  attendance. A happy hour at  1800 was followed by a delicious  roasl beet dinner with all the  trimmings.  District Commander Lome  Riding. Ihe guest of honour,  welcomed into Canadian Power  Squadron the graduates who  were pledged and received their  certificates. Hc also gave a talk  on Merit Marks and called upon  Ray Chamberlin S/C (ret.) to  present these Marks. The following were recipients: Chuck  Williams, Kent Carruthers,  Gordon Hall. Don Hadden,  Dave Smcthurst, Bert Scott,  David Fyles, Ray Chamberlin,  Bob Vance. Dave Thomas, Harold  Clay and Emily Carruthers.  Cmd. Chuck Williams was also  called upon and Chuck presented  a Commander's Citation lo  Glenna Salahub and Don Hadden.  This is to those who have provided extraordinary assistance  to thc Squadron Ihroughoul Ihe  year. The Change of Watch  also took place and C/C Lome  Riding called upon the Chairman  of the Nominating Committee,  Dave Smcthurst S/C (ret.), to  read out the names of Ihe New  Bridge for 1978/79, and the following were then pledged by  D/C Lome Riding: Commander  Kent Carruthers. Ll/C Executive  and Marep, David Fyles. Lt/C  Training Chuck Williams (C/  ret.). 1st Lt. Treasurer Ray  Chamberlin. 1st Lt. Secretary  Bruce Woodsworth. Cmd.  ret. Chuck Williams. Appointments: Lt. Liaison PMD Bert  Scott. Lt. Cruiscmastcr Dave  Smethurst C/R. PRO Emily  Carruthers.  The Court of Inquiry for the  coveted "Oh Damn" trophy was  convened by Judge Gordon Hall,  Prosecuting Attorney Chuck  Williams and Defense Attorney  Kent Carruthers. Sylvia Woods-  worth was convicted of failing to  provide assistance lo a careless  mariner in distress. She was  ordered by thc Judge to display  thc award prominently, keeping  it well dusted and guarded for a  whole year.  Festiviiics then continued into  thc wee hours, a thoroughly  enjoyable time had by all.  Gordon Hall and Kent Carruthers would like to remind members  of the cruise to Dolphin Bay off  Hardy Island. Saturday June 17,  1978. for a two day excursion,  Rendezvous 1200. Bring bathing  suits (bikinis welcome) plenty of  food, bedding (it may be cold),  sweaters, cameras and fishing  lines, etc. Last year a prize was  offered for thc largest fish  caught. Len Van Egmond's  sons with friend won the honours.  How about you ancient mariners  showing Ihem what you can do?!  Lockstead  reports  Small and medium-sized lumber operators lace a gloomy  future under the new Forest  Act put before the Legislature  last month by thc Social Credit  government.  Oh there's no gloom in the language of thc bill nor   in the pub  lic relations bows Ihat were  on il when Fores! Minister  Tom Waterland brought it forward. In the accompanying  "highlights" of thc bill, Mr.  Waterland's public relations  man writes: "Parnership in  management between the Crown  ATtfAW���� ^IWWCNr?  By    Kelly    Henry       Grade   9  Elphinstone Secondary School  I believe being part of a family  is thc best thing that could ever  happen to you. Without a family  a mother couldn't bc a mother,  a father would no longer be a  father, and brothers and sisters  wouldn't exist.  Families aren't falling apart as  everyone seems to think. More  than ever now. they're staying  together. Even if the immediate family consists of a mother  and son. it still holds together,  and if the people love and care  about each other, then it's a  family.  Families don't have lo spend  every minute with each other,  sometimes it's better if they  spend time apart, to know that  they miss everybody. This  doesn't mean separale vacations,  it jusl means lime alone.  Vacations arc an important  family adventure. They are  a learning and doing experience  for all. Thai doesn't mean that  going camping will be a learning  experience, it will bc funl (I  personally love going camping!)  Families must work out problems together; how can a family  decision bc called such if "mom  and dad" come oul of thc kitchen  and tell you? I admit they are older and most often wiser, but  still everyone should be involved  in a family decision and everyone  should talk out their problems.  "If you can't talk out your  problems with your family, who  can you talk to?" is a favorite  saying but not necessarily true.  Sometimes it's hard to talk  with mom or dad, so I talk to  my friends, but in the end I  go and talk to mom.  Whether your family is together or apart, consists of two or  ten; if the family can always  communicate or sometimes not,  being in a family is an essential  part of your life.  By. Kester   Tomkies   Grade   3  ;    Madeira Park School  My family is made up of six  people. They are my mother,  father, and my three sisters.  We have a lot of animals. I  won't name them all but I will  name a few.    a horse,  a cat  and a wolf. My dad feeds the wolf  every other day. My sister and  1 feed the rest of the animals.  My mother cleans most of the  house. Sometimes my sister and  I will help her. We all help each  other so that we all live. My  dad is a writer who writes so we  get enough to live.  1 think families are important  because people can learn about  other people and other languages. My mom and dad pay  taxes so their children can go  to school and learn different  subjects or go to different places.  1 think families are important because they can have Christmas  or they probably would not  know about it. Our mom and  dad look after us. They give  us clothes, food, take us to school  when we arc late for school, and  give us shelter, care, help, and  love. Our family will help each  other. My mother looks after  me and my other sisters. We are  very lucky because other children  are dying of no food, clothes,  shelter, love, care, and help. I  will treat my children like my  mom and dad do me. My mom  and dad do a lol of things for  my sisters and mc so we must  help them. We arc quite different  from each other. We have five  girls in our family plus one man.  That is why I think families arc  important.  By Wendy Cummlngs   Grade 6  Madeira Park School  A family is a group of people  that are related. A family usually consists of a mother, father,  sister or brother and so on.  A family starts when two people  fall in love and get married and  if they decide to have children  then they do. So it is carried  on by generations. If people  didn't get married there would  be no families and children  wouldn't get the love and care  they need.  There are lots of families that  barely have enough money to  buy food, some even starve. IF  there are enough jobs people  should work not just sit around  and go on welfare.  Problems are very common in  the family. Like some families, most problems usually are  the same like who's going to do  thc dishes or make supper.  Jealousy is another common  problem. Jealousy usually is  because of another person, especially babies just brought home  irom thc hospital.  Then there are tantrums.  Some are easily controlled and  others aren't. They are usually  caused by someone not getting  his own way or being in a bad  mood.  Birth and death sort of run the  same way. it's like every new  baby born someone dies. If  no one died the world would  soon be over populated.  The Department of Public Works of Canada, Pacific Region, is  compiling an inventory of contractors and tradesmen who arc interested in bidding on various minor work projects in Federal Government Buildings Ihroughout thc Pruvince of British Columbia.  The contractors are lo be called upon, on a rotational basis, to bid  on projects with a value of up lo 45,000, offering qualified trade  capabilities in one or more of Ihe following categories:  Carpentry  Electrical  Plumbing  Painting  Air Conditioning  and Heating  Mechanical Repairs  Roofing  Masonry  Sheet Metal  Concrete and Tcrrazo  Repairs  Carpet Laying and  Repairing  Carpet Cleaning  Glazing  Drapery Installation  Locksmithing  Moving  Paving  Pesl Control  Excavating  Overhead Door  Repairing  Fire Extinguisher  Recharging and  Testing  Landscaping  Drapery Cleaning  Instructions  Interested contractors and/or individuals should make the following  information evident in their submission:  1. Name  2. Trade or services provided  3. Indicate geographical areas In which services are available  This information is to be submitted to the undersigned by 12 July.  1978, and the contractor should keep the Department notified  annually, of his continuing interest in Departmental projects.  /</f  H.D.Ladoucier  Head, Tenders and Contracts  Pacific Region  At the June 7th meeting of  the Sechell Garden Club it was  back to school for thc members.  The occasion wus a mock (lower  show competition with a qualified judge pointing out thc merits  and demerits of thc entries. The  club was fortunate to receive  recently a new member. Mrs.  Montie Dowdie from Prince  Rupert, who is an accredited  judge, having taken thc courses  and examinations as prescribed  by thc B.C. Council of Garden  Clubs. At competitive shows  only thc judge and stewards are  and industry is a major aspect of  the legislation...It is written in a  straightforward manner and  humanizes thc relationship between the Crown and its lieen-  cees."  The Independent Loggers'  Association of British Columbia  was quick to catch the funny  stuff in that statement. In their  critique of thc bill, Ihcy note:  "If the terms 'industry' und  'licenccc' arc used interchangeably and defined us 'present  quota holders' these are indeed  accurate statements. The new-  Act, us proposed, 'humanizes'  the relationship between the  Crown und -the present quota  holders to the virtual exclusion of  all other British Columbians."  There is indeed much in Ihe  new Forest Act thai concerns  the truck loggers and inevitably  all citizens of this province, which  is so dependent on the forest  industry.  For example, thc bill makes  cutting rights, which arc now  short in term, virtually perpetual,  running on a conlinuul renewable  basis for those lew large companies that now lease the rights.  It also denies an opportunity  for newcomers to thc industry.  Another concern of opposition  MLA's. as well as people working  in thc industry, is the provision  that in effect does away with  bidding for trees and this will  leave serious effects on public  revenue.  Backed by the weight of the  Social Credit majority in the  Legislature thai will force its  passage, the new Forest Act  has implications lhal will affect  thc quality of life of many generations of British Columbians.  And these implications arc indeed gloomy.  present when the points and rib-  bons are being awarded but the  departure from this custom enabled the members to get a rewarding insight into the techniques and methods of judging.  Mrs. Dowdie answered many  questions concerning lhc preparation of entries for a show.  Thc club members contributed  much to thc learning exercise  by bringing in some cut flowers,  potted plants, and succulent  collections.  The purpose of the evening's  programme was to continue our  aim of upgrading the quality of  our public flower shows, and  Mrs. Dowdie's contribution to  this aim was most noteworthy.  Members of the club were very  appreciative ol the knowledge  gleaned from her talk. Congratulations to Mr. Tarn Johnson,  our bulletin editor, who arranged  for such ail excellent programme.  Ihe next meeting of the club  will be on September 6 in St.  Hilda's Church Hall, to be followed In the September Flower  Show September Ih in the Senior Citizen's Hall, Sechelt.  In court  At the Provincial Court held mt  Wednesday. June 7, Diana Iver-  son u  as  found guilt)  it I  teing a  minor  in  possession  of  liquor  She u  IS  "tnedSIOO.  Da\  id  Schaefcr    \  as  fined  $35.00   1  or   driving  MI  OU1      ,i  driver  'si  cense.  On  ih  irsda\. William  Hatter  was N  un  1 guilts ol driving with  a   bioi  d  ilcohol count  0\  cr .08.  He u  s suspended In  m  driving  for th  ce  months and  ret  lived a  $3501  ne  Alcohol and drugs run in thc  same category. Maybe three  out of five Canadian families  have an alcoholic in them. Then  there is drugs ��� a little worse.  People like smoking it or taking it  or just like to bc high and relaxed which is a bad influence on  their children.  A happy family does not come  easily. You have to care and help  each other. You musl learn not  to fight but to share and keep Ihe  family together. A family isn't  iust a house with people and thai.  It's togetherness, love and happiness. That. tomC, is a family.  IORRIE GIRARD  886-7760  JONMcRAE  885-3670  CHRIS KANKAINEN  885-3545  ARNEPETTERSEN  886-9793  HOMES   hillcAEsT R6aLV   Low Down Payment ot $2,062 could  put you In one of Gibsons' first Strata  Title duplexes. Two storey homes  with three bedrooms, two bathrooms  and sundeck 1.250 square feet of  living space. Wall to wall carpeting  Two blocks from schools, shopping  centre, and medical clinic Own your  own home lor only $36,500.  GRANTHAMS LANDING Well ke-l  three bedroom lamily home wilh a lull  basement Wall to wall carpeting Large  sundeck to en|oy a lovely waterview ol  Keats Island and the Gap Grounds are  landscaped Basement lias rec room,  workshop and laundry room 142.900  CHERYL ANN PARK ROAD Roberts  Creek. Excellent two bedroom starler  or retirement home in quiel sub-division  only 4 miles to Gibsons Home is on a  nicely landscaped lol and only one block  lo level beach Some view Can be purchased for undor $2,000 down and wilh  such low payrncnls there is no reason to  rent. W9.9O0  DOGWOOD HOAD In Ihe hoarl ol Ihe  Bay area This full basemeni home features wood panelling and fireplace upstairs Full In-Law suite sel up downstairs See Ihis package ol comfortable  living and investment value  FP  $49,900  FIRCREST PLACE. Three bedroom home  In quiet rural sub-division surrounded by  ALR properties on all sides One mile  from schools and shopping Large open  living room with fireplace. The full  basement has a finished fireplace lor your  rec room ideas Price includes brand new  fridge and stove. $52,900  KING ROAD Country Eslale Spacious  and modern home situated on nearly  5 acres ot cleared land ideally suited  lor a family wanting a place lot hobby  farming, horses, poultry etc In addition  there is a separate large home with 5  lo 6 bedrooms, plus a giant workshop  This could be an o*cellent source of  revenue The property is situated  only 2 miles from Sunnycrest Shopping;  Centre This whole package ot possibilities >s now available al       $140,000  COACH ROAD: foil Leek Rd.) Three  year old three bedroom home situated  in a quiet sub-division in Roberts Creek  only two miles from Gibsons Large Kitchen with an eating nook Yard is nicely  landscaped, yours to enioy from Ihe 300  sq It split level sundeck Extras include  a wired and plumbed dark room and a  7xfl storage shed $44.900.  HILLCREST ROAD Three bedroom full  basement home only Iwo years old Living room, dining room and Ihe bedrooms  have wall lo wall carpeting While preparing a meal or eating enjoy Ihe view of  Keats Island, Georgia Strait and ihe Gibsons Bay area from this targe well  planned kitchen Feeling tired after  working all day. stack the dishes in the  built in dishwasher and relax The basement has a partially finished lourth  bedroom and a rec room The lot has been  nicely landscaped and you are close to  schools and shopping The ideal lamily  home $49 900  GIBSONS HEVhNUt r-our-plex Positive cash How wilh eleven thousand  dollars revenue per year"1 Top units  contain live bedrooms wilh one and a  hall bath! Lower suites are large Iwo  bedroom units LOWmaintenance and good  return make this an excellent invest-  menl value Close to all the amomlies  Financing available $89,900  FAIRVIEW  RD    Lovely   lull   basement  home on quiet street Two bedrooms upstairs and one not quite completed down-  stairs Wall to wail carpeting throughout  Heatilator hreplace and Ihermoglas  windows fur healing economy House is  situated un a V) acre lot with some  water view $49,500  STEWART RD lovely Spamsn alyit  homo on 1'. aires level land Foui  bedroms. separate dining room sunken  living room with fireplace Almost '40X1  sq tl of living space on one floor Del  initelyaonoof akmd $62,500  GLASSFORD 5 GOWER PT RD Country Eslate in ihe heart ol the Village  You must see this traditionally styled  four bedroom, lull basement home wilh  finished rec room Fireplaces up and  down. Large garage with workshop  under All this nestled privately on iwo  lots. Year round creek goes through  property Beautifully landscaped wilh  many fruit trees Plus a guest collage  presently rented for $165 per month.  Home oculd be an excellent revenue  property as the basement has complete  kitchen and washroom facilities All  within a stone throw of shopping and  Post Office $67 500  SEAVIEW ROAD Gibsons Small bul  lovely starter or retirement home with ,i  truly magnilicent panoramic view Easy  walking to shops, etc and only one block  lo Ihe beach How can you lose when the  full price is only $24,900  GRANDVIEW ROAD (OH Pmel Three  bedroom home on a beautifully treed and  fully landscaped lot 1175x1501 with an  excellenl view ol Georgia Strait Kitchen  has eating nook and a built-in oven and  range top Finer to ceiling cut rock fireplace 45*9 covered sundeck and a huge  double carport $63 500  SOUTH FLETCHER     A beauhlul view  of Gibsons Harbour is only one ol 'he  many features of Ihis lour bedroom  home Others    include    a    loalure  wall hreplace. hardwood Moors lovely  large kitchen and lor ihe handyman a  16x18 workshop $37,900  LOTS  McCULLOUGH RD Wilson Creek  Close lo one acre need property wiin  subdivision possibilities $22 500  langdai E RIDGE Fanlastic view  lots    An area ot new and varied homes  These lots offer Ihemselves to many  different building location Enioy privacy and the view ol Howe Sound  Priced Irom $11900  WAKEFIELD RD   Good building lol on  water   and   power   over loot" huj   (  ;.,,  Strait and Ihe frail Island This is a corner lot fr> a newly buill up area    $i? 500  GOWER PT RD    Al I he CO! I 14th  This properly has levels cleared lor the  building site ol your (.finite E'cellenl  view ol Georgia Strail Approximately  80x250 $16,500  SKYLINE DRIVE Overlooking Ihe Bay  and Village ol Gibsons Iroin Ihis quiet  and private lot on the Blull Start building your dream home right away on Ihe  expanse ol Ihis 207.115* 181 >66 uniquely  shaped lot Low down payment, easy  terms $13,500  SKYLINE DRIVE This 70*59x131x122  foot tot wdti expansive view ol Ihe Bay  area anil Gibsons Village >s very well  priced $11500  TUWANEK Only one block to beach,  full view ot Intel Piped community  water available   80x140 S9.90C  LANGDALE Level building lol on Johnson Road Fanlastic view ot Howe  Sound 514 <>00  COMMERCIAL WATERFRONT With  waterlront as scarce t.s it 's Hus double  use lol represent roal value $31000  PRATT RD Near new school site. This  lot is cleared and ready to build on.  Mature fruit trees dot ihis 76*125 lol.  $13,500  COCHRANE RD Good building lot 65i  130 Close lo shopping and the ocean  Sewer easement ol 10 on s e side ol the  lot $'2,500  VELVET RD Beautilul view ID! m  sirable area Road in and hydro and  phone to properly Priced well beiov.  assessed value $H 000  GOWER PT RD 100 ot waterlrontage,  steep bul manageable slope Hydro and  Vvater on Ihe Esplanade Road 217 deep  with a completely unimpeded view to  Vancouver Island Faces south wesl tor  lots ol sunshine $15,900  SOUTH FLETCHER At Scl Road  Two lols ot 40*150 eai h ��� ��� I I i (  11 Itage Al   '  ���   iid be renied  loll     n osi .     eared   u : ���. ,:,   < .���  i uilding a spei tai ul n ��� ������/. ��� *��� e ��������� lire  Boy area and Kea"   island . led  rniheprn eol W 50  SCHOOL ROAD   Three view lols 73* 110  On sewer   Three blocks Irom schools and  shopping centre   Cloarad  lw  building  $16,000  WAf EFIELD RD Good building i|  ���   .'.���   ���   ,.- holl      '' a     rnei     il  .viiti .iw- ��� .���" - | Tia I ' ' I  newly buiH u| area a ih rvati ��� . .-.��� -  oi ��� , ived road    Must & Priced  al !���.    ���  : AVIDSON R   AD    Fantasl ��������� U   i  . an ; 11 ������ P ��� ,���      ' ���        i ha    i       i  Ihe very bad-    '���������,���.���'.  Alt new homi     n tl      irea     fl        ���   -,  i' .    .   ���    ��� i    ��� ��������� 114 9  WHARI RD ai ihe : ornei oi Davidson With a llltle easy i leai ng lh i '  will be ready lo build on Walking distance to Ihe ferry   Lot size is BOiltO  $12,900  ACREAGE  LANGDALE 4 31 acres Excellent  holding properly r.ghl across from lhc  ferry terminal Langdale Creek is the  easlern   boundary    ��t    'his    property  $39 500  HWY 101 oft Han Rd 5 Subdividable  acres Land is very dry wilh good percolation Southern exposure in Ihe hearl  ot Roberts Creek on regional waler  Approximately 1 acre ts Cleared Has  older home presenlly being rented (Of  $135 per month Includes small barn  Vendor has subdivision plan lor 9 lots  $42 900  COMMERCIAL  GROCERY STORE rS PROPERTY  The only store m Ihe area with a good  volume Ol business and growing Steadily  An ideal set-up 'or a lamily operation  The store hours' ate 10 am 1o630pm  seven days a week II you like lo be  independent and run your own business  this could be your opportunity the  price without slock is$89 00i) 16.  Coast News, June 13,1978.  Windsor Plywood  FIX-IT SALE  DO-IT-NOW * DO-IT-YOURSELF *  DO-IT-FOR-LESS  HANDY PANELS  Pre-finished V-groove on  one-side, flip over for  mahogony blank.  2x8x4mm.  2/$3.99  COLOURFUL  TOUGH  RESILIENT  WATERPROOFS  PROTECTS  EASY   TO APPLY  NHA APPROVED  LONG LASTING  Rain Stain  The No. 1 Stain  in the West.  A REAL VALUE   10"x10" Deck Approx.  66  CERAMIC TILE  GUTTER  PLYWOOD  4 colours to choose from.  We're clearing them out.  77% sq.ft.  NAILS  Buy a box and save a lot.  50lb.box.  2'm and 3'/4 Common nails  $14.95 ^x  CUPBOARD DOORS  Camper & Van Prefin Cupboard  Doors Your choice  99*  GSW Gutter system in  white or brown pre-painted  aluminum. Simple to install  yourself.  39t  per lin.ft.  SIDING  1"x8" STK Cedar  Channel Siding.  Slightly Dark & Short.  ^*ii����5  Your home deserves  the besl. Rain Stain"  beautifies and protects  wood-and lasts!  (Solid Colors yuaran-  teed live years.) Goes  on easily, cleans up  with water and dries in  2 hrs. For new and  weathered wood, inside  and outside. Choose  from Solid and Semi-  Transparent colors.  25*  lin.ft.  up  5/8" & %" Econoply $5.99  5/16" ��� 4x8 ��� D Spruce Sheath  $4.99 While Stock Lasts  CABIN PANELLING  With our massive selection of  pre-finished panelling, we've  selected two panels that would  fit nicely into your cabin at a  low-low orice.  4' x8' x4mm ��� Samoan Coconut  Nice coffee colour panel   JA 00  4x8 ��� 4mm Fire Island  #1 Rustic Look $5.88  CABINET PLYWOOD  Check and compare, the value is  here.  4'x8'x3/4"MDOEImfor  cabinet building  $32.95 /��heet  EXTERIOR SIDING  4x8x V'2" Ruff Tex Fir. Shop Each sheet  has a groove every 8" to give it  that individual plank look.  $11.99  4x8x5/8" Aspenite. 12" groove for  custom plank siding effect.  YOUR CHOICE  $11.99  Windsor  GIBSONS  Sunshine Coast Highway  886-92.21


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