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 Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound .to Vecyis Inter!, including Pert Me'iGrt, Hopkins Lending. Grcntfttfm's Lending. Gb��ns; Rcoerti Creek  Wilson Creek, Selma Park, Sechelt, Halfmoon Boy, Secret Cove, Pender Harbcor^M^eirc Pari;, Kfeindsie, frvsr^'s "indite ��cH Ccve. ty-crr Jf WEDNESDAY,  DEC.  It,  1963 I10c  Auxiliary^buys'. . ��   |  Operating] table  ��br new hospital  A CHEQUE"for the sum-of $tF85.68 v.os presented by Mrs.  . -r C. Connor, president of "5echelt hospftc! auxiliary re  $he Hospital society for the purchase bf on operating tcb'e  for the-new-hospital���".  Prison/term } |  for juvenile 4J  (-1  ��."  T'T*"r  \  "TL  c  --, i~  ��.--~  i  *  -  *���-  -  T2  L. k  -  >t  't  *C  ���  f  -  "���"s*".  - *;  r-  ^  i  ��  "���  - -  c  -   _  -r  i  *-  - ^  -  ���    * *���  ".  z  1    J.  - r~  '4  .  _  "-  L^  j:  zz.  -. rf  \\.  -  &  .-.  T.  / .  <.'.������;  -  -*  .  ". <"  -'.    Cr_*  'The   1SG4"- slate,   of   officers  . were  elected and will  be in- 5  stalled     on-   January      IQth. I  Elected were: president-i-Mrs. '  J.    Redman;    vice-cresjoent-^  Mrs.   A.   Moseripr  secretary���  Mrs.   A.   Redman:   treasurer���  Mrs-.G.  Reeves:  publicity officer���Mrs. B. Feamley.  Mr. Cave "of Vancouver  showed samples of materials  to the members to make selections-    for     curtains     and  Photo by Denis Gray    draD<?   f��r -the   hospital   and-  -*   : - nurse s   residence.   The   ladies -  also agreed to make up these  i -    drapes. = -  . Mrs.- Connor thanked the  executive. ; committees and  members for thair .wonderful  support during her term of  office. - She' reported a : busy.  and', financially successful  year. "They raised- .-money-  ���'*"-���-" - ,       -: '    " - /- through,     two  -. smorgasbord^.  THIS Volunteer organization; for the protection-of people* _candy sale at the P.T.A- var-  "~~ * .......      . . ... .^^ yjj^j^ operated  two con  cessions at the - M3>"'day festivities, sold!baby clcthes. ap^  pies and holly, raffled a donated tapestry. ALso. the  drama club contributed pro- -  ceeds from their plays to the .  auxiliary.  rsen   and - expllrtrir-d  the   ch-  jSviied .'.he  Indian .v.-pr-.-.en   to  30:n   ihc-rn, - __     -^ -  - i This    active    groun'-   has    a"  iraerr.bersh:p of 43. *hih -10 associate   members.  M-,--"r*      i\ ���J z      J ���������>      i-  L",    3   J   'f't���   -     t       r(   S       ,  * ��� ������  f.-ec  *:~"  e.cr   ���-i    f  i e ---  c ���* <.- of *i  -  -   . -r  p--��_- tv.s- -:*-  ?  A' New fire~truck  STANDING -by the newlyrarrjved  fire truck are Walter  Waddell^ secretary of the volunteer fire.department,  Mrs. Christine Johnson, chairman of the Sechelt village  commission and Tom Parrish, fire chief-  Started in WW II . > .  History e��l Sechelt  er fire  Ribbon cut  f  <r  and property against the hazard of fire really goes  back'to some left-over hose and a-hand cart used by the  "ARP during Word War II. In 1949 an effort.was made to  "to    provide"7-more   jadequate \ ~ ~ =:���~^~^-���-  New Credit Uniort  -ii -- ; _ " I l  ior Pender HarBour \ ;  MRS.M. V/ARN'OCK." engine?--chcrrc-r Member,  cut t~e  j      "ribbon in the cpeninc cererrscmes cf Jths.new fcu��:c��~-  ojF Pender Harbour credit uhic-n .   . "  \ '    This credit union tprn-ed in 1947. v*?:h hecdc-Jtrt��"S  at (rvines Lending has"she-Aed steeds crawth. Tt^ f:nc.-.c el *  statement   cf   Ju.-2   1947    for  - -"  \-r*��~~  the first quarter sacm-j. threv  Lians had-i?f2r. madp touiiinz  $Z25, and cr. these i3a^s "SIa  had beer, rjoaid  at that cats  ��.�����!���;  ���equipmen.f,_- not only r for fire  fighting, but for the training  of  volunteer personnels=  'MacMIllan - Blcedel Company donated - a chassis," on  which was built a water tank.  Accident victim '*  out of wheelchair  WORD has been received -that  George Wed ley \vho "w-as in-.           . -votved���^in-.-an-t-accident   -in  The    welding,   required    was;- which Alex Hunchak u-as kil-  /done in.the. Standard Motors;  j^ ^ nov,- out of "his wheel-  ��i     by the men under the super-    chair.  !���      -vision-of Reg Jackson. A sec- i"     j,rr^   Pat Wedley ��� is-lmpro'v-  ond    hand-   water - tank;  fire    [^ ^i^ ^ gpite^of her^^ extcn-  truck    .was ; purchased    from ; s'lve   Lnjuries-  Thev-' are  both  ,   Haney   in   1953.' These   were ; 'gjmtW cheered "by the manv  ���', housed,    me   in   -a   shac-t   on    expressions  of- goodwill   thev  Covvrie   Street   -and    one.   by-" i^ve received &wn friends on.  y- courtesy of' Mr. -L. Hansen, In,,, the Peninsula. V  his.   firm's    warehouse.   .The ; ���   This energetic organization  also canvassed for dues for  St ".Mary's hospital society.  collected coupons for "coffee  urns, starred a memorial fund  for   the   pediatric   w-ard.   and  entered ;a  ning' fi.dat  ���sacond-prixe   wm-  ih   the May   day  parade. "J     ;      -.-.������.  Mrs. Connorn als> reported  she had attended a meeting  cf the "Indian council of ro-  money required for the purchase, re-modelling, running  expenses, were collected by  the firemen in an annual  door-to-door -canvass fund   .  The brigade was finatlj- incorporated under the Societies! Act November, 1956. This  was! done so: that the area  protected would not be restricted to the village of  Seerjelt which was incorporated the same year.  The fire protection area^ex  Three present .?. .  io quoiem for Sechelt  school hoaii meeting  leaving  amounting  to ��c��3  | Share value for., that first-  quarter totalled S5H2J15 " vrith.  * 23 members and two dep-��si-  tcrs. and a tcta: en-deposit of  S13-4S. Li^biliues" - amounted  to S542.E4 and '"assets to  SS.I9-.TQ dj.ie_.t3 an pperatiosai  fThis^ firsr financial statement -R-as sigzed by -Tred M-  Wamac'c and Edward. G.  Wamcck.-    members   -of    the  original directors were Cedric  Reid. VT. -Secular. L. Kamblyw  J.-E.   Daly ar.d  Martin  War-?  nock, all fishermen.  SHOWS   GROWTH       '  April - 1355   when   this   cre-Oit  unicn   cscame   a   member   of  the      Credit     Union   . L��;*u��r.  -J-.cwed_-  .m^atbcrfhip    "hegt-t-  213. T/.-v*-*" "*�����-'*re �����*> ioai- t-ut  tt.:aI:;-��� i3��.0<>}. share f%4- ���  $53,030. ? aid total {asfeti  .ffn.SC-*}. Losns Tr.ade sirfcc- ir.-  cet-tir-r. to this cfete amounted  ta SU*iOO��lI^ "   |  "  The rrc.'.fth cf th:s-fcrei���  union, is manifest by a�� c*m-  pansca _" of these : firiar^ial  statements {'witn ths..i latest  oa��. Ncveriber 1C-53.." At. .t.s  date, there iare 3S3 mefr.bfri,  iDarts out jbst mxier' Sfa.<J-"..  sr-are value_ Just fur,*er  $Ti~.uQ\} aact total Jas4*it3  "SI3C.GO<3. win the naml^r} of  loans  since; inception- lf:3|..  After   the?  epeaing   cf ..this,  building   w-aich  cost   apprcoa-  mateix    S-L300 - to '- coajtrmct.  "cc-ffee  and ;d-anuts   werf   sfcr-  ved-   JamesJ J.   Hewftuf f.fcid^  reorssar.tatii-e    for    thel SC  Uni��i    Leagu.e{ -%ras  ana. IQOiC   pictuJ5es4       J-  SECHELT school district board was unable to hold their  regular meeting because of lack of a quorum. The  three members present-'chairmari Reg. -Spicer/ Mrs* fjcfl,  tends   from   the   Girl   Guide , ^\rs   Jackson__wenf into committee.  They recommended  Camp  at  Wilson  Creek _thru;   rnaintenance      man.       Harry    -���~ :���'~X���;���  pointed to replace Me. Benson on maintenance-, staff, in  the  Pender area-    *"-  Secretary  treasurer Mrs,_ A..  Bums stated t) and J sections  of   the   budget -^re  ready-", to.  work   on.   __ Date^ior   budget  meeting   was   set.   Mrs.   Ball  suggested the new trustees "be  invited- to   sit   in,   but   Spicer-  said: "We've never done it in  the   past,"1   Mrs.   Jackson,   a-  greed. ���sayingf "The new ores  can"   make   alterations.   We're -  just  getting it  going^"  Air Service Co,  opens new "office  SECKELT.Air   Services   Ltd. - .  opened a".new .office in Se^_  chelt.  Fred  Schroed��r.  owr.er ..  and operator amiounced.  -Schroederl origirially  a   fa!- -  ler. boushi a small aircraft to ,  get     efficient     transportation-  He soon found the other boys  needed  a   ride   home   too.   so   .  he quit logging and bought a  second aircraft "-to  fly loggers  in-and out "of camps.."-Xow he -  operates four air-sea planes.  Davis Bay, Selma Park.  Sechelt village, the f Indian  village,    "porpoise   Bay'"   and  ���West Sechellt   -:       : M  Now it is necessary for the  door-to-dcor canvass to be  oniy in the area outside the  two'villages-and Selma Park  Improvement District, as7 these * organized areas make an  annualr grant to the fire brigade. The' brigade ; has never  rru.de- jr-ehargo- for attending  a fire* wiiich'isi he. usual  method in:' other  guraL areas.  -In"fact, in same places, rates  are as high as $l|0 per half  hour.   - i'-      \  In   1953   arangerfients   were.  .made  with'the-'"village  for a  .25 year lease at ;a nominal  rental.of $1.00 per year for  land on which to &uild a fire  hall,   ori  Inlet  Avenue'-facing  .Mfrmaid   -Street. * Volunteer  labor built; the; hafl, %vhich is  -   ���see   page   6  jtejgK?"��'''^^^  Next publication.  man.  . Chaster s report conceming-  an engineer's report. on Elphinstone   be   carried   out   as  "soon "as possible.  - Since publicity will-' be pas- -  "sing, into^ other hands before  this? T^'ferendum. is puL:-Mrs_-  Jackson suggested the new-ry  elected, trustees should, be in-  "eluded .in any 'discussion of  pla.ns-       . .  ;;. - "My ideas may not fall into the" plans of " the next  group,"'  she said.  On   posters.  . "my plans are not  in  agree-  - ment with others," she said.  Spicer arranged a- meeting of  the .three trustees present and  Celia Fisher and Peggy Vol-  cn:   .-'_-' .' -  -i  SOCCER  CLUB   REQUEST    -  A request from- Fred Jor-  "g^nson and Ted Farewell- to  use Sechelt activity room for  extra training and coaching  for tha Legion sponsored soc- .  cer club was 'questioned."  **Why aren't'-they--.using the  Legion hall if. they are spon-'  sored   by   the   Legion?;;   en-  '��� ,'     f ~*'V .*_������.���   - -** -   i ." -v-   .��� *s -     *"  s i '-V * ��� * i   '     I  Am *m .. -Jhip' i ill, 1 ii ��� fift ���  1 -   " Credit. Union  Building f j ,  MRS. M_ WARKOCK, chcrter rf,=mber.ef jrhe Cre?ir Vr.p^  I   " ot Pender Harbc-ur seen cboe cutter- ribbon re eoen  the ne*- building.     ��� ; ���  i " ^^   ^ ��� ""s'Trr����'"S"  s&ma ���  THE NEXT edition of the ; quired .a- trustee. It was a-  Sechelt Peninsula Times will; greed to "look into.the matter  be published on- Wednesday, further, and if satisfactory,  January 8. recommend it.  WS^^^WSiiSiS^WS^^^S^SSL  R-.  Rathbone  has   been  ap-  Pender Harbour's new $4000 building  l��BlilB�� mm  Published'WedncsrJoys |y the  Sechelt   P-enirjisulo Times jlli-di.,   ot  'Sechelt,'B.C:  *  Gross Circulotion, 3,000 copies  Classified Advertising f atcs:  ��� 34.ine AdBri^fs (15 words1  One Insertion  1 Thj&e insertions' ���  ,-MExrro lines (5 wof-ds)  -   Box- Numbers,   .j .....  I If paid >'befo  e j��ubliea��ioj'  per AdBrief "  ss'plctfv   Stipef  4rds) first  line sub-  p.rp-  j count ��f-25cj  led.   .Semi-Dij���- .._...  j pnd  B'fCie  Chip .Display  -! ���'. " .X-- "I .inch. - :  Legal Notices:  17c per count line (S w  insertion^   I3kr,.per count  .-*        Sequent insertion^  Deodlinci: Saturday 3  i i Subscription Rates;  10c per capv;  5ucf per month.(by  ; carrier}; |S5XtO peryejar,' in  j " -     lodvonce.  : Card   of    thanks,    Engagements  '  *5eoths, BirtHs, In Memorijam, Com  , jng Events, file. Per insertion (up to  40 words). ��l;.*25; extra Was, 3c  each.  25c Djiscount if pqid -before-  publication.  announcements,  nEl  Cfirist'mas  to our  lieu of card  sent to  Year  fajtii"  eaS  si.'-*'!  S*ti*S;  Merry  New  friends. In  Jion is  ce7/ Fund  /Ervin anja Diane Behner and  kals.        T    , j 5050-5"  being  td  arid  ^WISH  their kh  illness-,  Christmas  Year.  Agnes C  PERSONAL  THE   best]  'raining  A.   Simprii  ..   ahd   e  Svall is one |  ins, 7885-  WE WISH  ' Best-W��  a Merry  ious and I  ���Curaningbul  to/ extend  Ihef to ohe e  C irfetmas  "��� aPPy Now  m s  .EVERYTHING   for  bricklayer]  .yourself  i. -p^ir/s Pi  IYOUR  cash  Phone  8'8i  2x4-~$39'  Phono  'tier M, A.  885^2132:  WATER,  '���'���>. sured i  ! ling. Jackl  j; rnond  pipe lines  ' timates. I  'Sechelt,  Survey  Se'r  pcik .and  hamrner  illing,  laid, welM  . C  -9510  WORK^/ANTEP  ized.   To  you need  SECOND-illAND  er.   Phone  885-  Jblly  Jump.-  .14&     *-,  5042-4  ��>c  85c  1.70  ... 15c  extro  BOARDS. ROOM  a dis-  is allow-  Display,  .50  per  DOtlBLE    room  suitably   for  iple after Jan, 1  bu  and board  ;inoss cOu-,  $85-9778.  5038-4  REAL ESTATE  WATERFRONJT LOTS  part's! Cove Supd'vision  Adjacent to Earl'  ry     terminal  Cpa$t    "Irlighway.  view   of   Jervis  lent     fishing  Good site- for m  rentals.  jpCove Fer-  Sunshine  Beautiful  Ihlet.   Excel -  boating.  and -boat'  on  ard  otel  Waterfront 1  View   lots  otb  $3,500.  frojn   ��1800.  1QX    down.   Ead  balance.  Discoun  terms,   on  It  for  cash-  add  Happy--  i'ly and  s a dona-  Can-  Th  thartk evef  dness |o  "*" to all  and a  me  Happy  Reynolds,  heOT  '    0, SLAQEY  .Madeira Par  .    Phone '833  "ndey  USED large Fi  er,   Complete ">  and 'pipe,   $50.   t  j-yone for  in my  "ia "Merry  New  5053-3  pn  lest   re-  Bf stone.  ���2I32r  ^034-4.,  Halfmbon  bur Very  ajnd all for  prospe-  tear. The  Bay.  5080-3  aM  ���tjhe  do-it-  at  Sim-  885-21J3fe;   5032-8  ll  .metal  t     Simpkijns  ri-*2132.  is   worth  lace.,  | 5048-tfh"  Bimpkins.,'  '      5032-3  DAVIS-BAY  2��� bdrin"* Panabcj  lovely   waterfont  This is good.  WEST SECHELT  3 bdrm house  acres.   Good   bu|y  Some terms.  2 bdrin house  close   to .'-highw's  terms.  2  bdrm 'house  overlooking  the  onlterms/.'  SEJEHELT H  Lovely 2 bdrm  lage,    close    to  churches. 514,000  RENTALS  One furnished '!  and.one unfurnisi  rent at Kalfmoo'n  Two" unfurnish  rent.  WeM  Secl��|;  invited.  tns:  ur'ance in-  eontact  phone:  iwse'  ivices,  In-  sti|i.mp blasj  ���ork>, diar  prjospecting,  " . dug. Es-1  Erhersfon, RR I.'  5035a4 i  ���Mot* all ��� types of���  ���    eluding life  To sfee any of t  .    Office: 885-2065, or  ��v��Mr; E. Surtess 885-9303  C.fi. King, m-20W  iAG^ETT AGENCIES LTD.  5079-tfn  In ^.and Recording District* of  Vancouver and; situate East of  Sechelt Inlet.  XAKE NOTICE that Maurice'  "$arl Hemstreet  occupation Wan mouse man in-  tiends to apply pv permission_ to  r>urehase the fo  r|d. lands:���  Commencing  | Lowing descfib-  it a post plant-  Lot 7071 the  Chains: thence  Whence West 23  Ce North 5 cha  ifng 11 acres, mp  The purposel  ��� land is required is homesite.  Maurice  JDated DecembJe  5078-ptib. Dec  |k, B.C.  2233  -     5040-tfn  bf Sechelt, B.C.,  j Commencing! tit a post planted; at N.E. ."corner of Block A  Wee East 23,48  South 5 chains;  |'8 chains,'then-  Ins and contain-  re or less.  POLICE have issued a warning on the dangers of carbon  inonScide poisoning fallowing the death of a young  the gas, which is generated jvithin the exhaust of a  moto^ vehk-fe7 claims, most of its victims during the winter  couple irtthe province.recently.*-*     [ ,.     -..���..���"  months when one is apt to sit    ptorris of -^oiw^de.._p��somirig  pari Hemstreet  7, 1963.  18, Jan 8-15-22  SHERIDAN T.V.  Sales arh(J Service ;  oil heat-  ;vis--ith   blower  h.   885-9777.  5045-4  RADIO --  Phone H^J  for which the  with the motor running.  Drivers* therefore are urged to take the following pre-  cauticris: have the exhaust  syster\ of your car checked  and s fways keep one window  in th<; car slighlly1 open even  on cold days;  .hen. stuck   in  snow   or  or  waiting  in  the  car,  leave the- engine run-  I to keep warm unless  air is entering the car  Ujjvtly;  ���wi  mud,  never  ning  fresh  ��� coniti  J���open garage doors before  warm  ter y  first;  -ii!  t^M^r ��0^. ^X^XMXXlt  Ippljiances  885-9605  - &  i.e.   dizziness,   nausea, ^headache, droVsinesS. Fresh-air is   -  the best .antidote.  ANTl-F^EEZE -"... l  J; Al$o rhe practice of storing,.   ���  rtmounts    of   the    permane��  type o,f antWreeze, known as  ethyle.nc  glycol;.in old liquor _  pr   pop    bottles:   around   the,!  house "when  the. fufl  amount :  bf   ��he   p*unchaso.. is   not * im-  feeaiately   required,   can   be  sVery dangerous.;  ; Death  has . been  caused  by  U person   drinking  out   of  a.  ,holUe   containing   this   fluid  ... t,he ear ^is stuck in a  snow:>ahk, -slwvel snow away  from the exhaust pipe, before  startiig the engine' A snow-  clogged exhaurft will not only sti.ir the-engine, but worse,  can j orce deadly fumes * back  into the. car;  ���rclose ventilators as a.pro-  n against other exhaust  of ' other cars when  in    ^umper-to-burnper  ............. .. ���   ......__..., r.  . ���  The minimum lethal dose for  .{���mti-freeze is ^bout 100 ce's  land the careless drinker can  consume   twice  that   amount  "1  a  S'P- '���:-���.}  \-' If    you    must    store    small  quantities of���this fluid clearly  ��� mark   the   bottle. as   contain*  ' ing  poison.  -  |de home on'  lot, "60x180..-  HB. GORDON $t  KENNE1T LTD.  Real1 Estate 4nc^ .Insurance  s Legally, tlic husband is the  head of the house and the  pedestrian has tHe right cr:  way. Both husband anti pect-  .es't-rian are  fairly safe  imir-ss  ���    __    . they    try    to   -exercise    their  can j ften produce early sym-   ���;rights. -^  ��W00rjf00r00*y00^^^  teclicl  'fumep  stuck  , traffi  Bk athing   in  even  a  small  amount   of   the  odorless   gas  Phones:  885-2013,  approx. 3  at    $7750.  886-2191  on  'abC  larfge lot,  $7S00   on  on  good  lot  kvater.  $6750  PEDJCURIST  Mis. f. E.'Campbell  |clmo Park, ��an bus stop  Phone 88S-9778  Evenings by appointment  I   -rfrj Complete building MainteiiaTtce  ��    ; j   -    " \ ,.������������:  IV Commercial - Industrial  1  r.  Employees Bonded-Liablity Insurance  home in vii-!  school    and  br Offer.        ':  hed  bdrm house  house, for  Bay.  d houses' fo��  It.   Enquiries  TELEVISION  SALES & SERVICE  RELIABLE - PROMPT  RICHTER'S T.V.  "     8. RADIO LTD.  Sechelt, B.f. - Ph. 885-9777  a  FIREPLACES  PLANT  J^jfiW^^  ERS  FdUNDATIONS  WALLS  -a; SI MR  FOR! SALE  -__; u^ ^. f 1  ENOCH  Blundel  1  'RQY'i LAND SERVICE    ;  -     ' i  NcAy   thr ie   sizes   o , tractor?  and!man;f special mHchines to  hahfile     acreage    tt     garden  pi ots and lav t-ns. -|  RiJTO-TILLING  The best,way tosprepare soil  Plowing; , Disking,   Cu1 trvating;  Light  Blade! Work  and -Gra--  " ding.    '  Mowing I  lias*-,     weeds',     and  "small -brusl.  ,.   Powtr Raking  Lawns  -I-Iave youi- lawn  reaewed   by  removing   Uetid    grass,-   moss  und    rntwer    clippiings,    'and  then po\/er.swept snd'-fertil-  ~    h^ve   a��|Md  lawn  this service at.least"  t|vvice   a   ye; ir  RO*V BOLDERpON  8.85-9530  please- p'hohe  ev&n  !  upright pi-  and,|$200.   Phme   885-9391.  ���     ( ���#     5026-3  "'  SWAb  Septic Tanl:  Bt  Backlioe  Los  Screened  Fill and  |KINS -885-2132  5049-tfn  LARGE, older t>j  zer^ I Good   co  Ph. 885-4470.  Kpe food free-  edition.   $110.  5056-5  DOMINION    un  good     condition  tuned; $.250.��� Ph  |right    grand,  recentty  lone   885-9938.  5041-4  WOOl) and cba  - Good condition  MarsMiri, Wilson  885-9619.  \   cook   StOV'lt..  Offers. T. W.  Creek. Phone  .-.:-"    5054-*3  4S'X8'  2   bbdroom,  cluditiig    washer  and porch, $350iU  447"  'SERV^Jdm istatioR  ��� Sechelt j B.C. i  to Bqi 195, Secfielt  ngs .'on. .  ;   5044-tfri  BR1T1AN1<3A En1  veils. Anirrial '  vols, i Gardening  SechejlL  SON BROS  s an Drain Fields  lldozi.ng     .  and Front End  der Work  Cemejnt Gravel  Road Gravel  F^EE ESTIMATES  PhoAe 885+9686  Box.IP- Sechelt     ,   .  505-Mfa  x ScoW 5 -4- Logs  SECHE.T TOWING  & SAlfVAGE LTD.    \  -Heavy Eqi iipm> Snt Moving  & L^)g Towing  ��� U HIGGS  I.Phop.e 885-4425  RGLLOHOME   trailer.  ljurnished,   ih-  rli-yer,    TV-  Phone 885-  5037-3  -<?u  The ti%ub  today   is ,y  month left  of  the chedl]  |��v  for . sale   m  All   enquiiles  B.C.  5077-3  cyclopedia. .15  Kingdom,     15  $45.00   each  :iste>fiox-393,-.  -     5047-3  5052-tfh  ft vvith- paychecks  have , too. much  er af*4*r the end  Among tie great rivers of"  the world i; the Lena River'  in east cen..ai Siberia. Rising  not far froiir Lake Baikal,, the  Lena    flows    for    nearly    3000  miles before emptying^into an  arm of iheplArCtic Ocean.  A  i  ^gSKSfr  Trom  the  Clayton's and  Staff  Shop Easy* -Sechelt  :4    a ^  i  i  I  ,   1  ��� ~i  .-'������.- ��� !��� 1    ��� : ���    " ifX    I -   ? ��� -'���;  * f I i      ��� / f  ���J_���^^������������hi �� ��� inrff Pender Harbour x. .      V-���^ xt  Rev. W. S. Ack^oyd^s  Christmas message  CHRISTMAS will soon be upon us.again. Td--scme, it will  be jusf a holiday, to others a time for family reunion,  but to many, a time to remember the birth of ounLcrd end  Saviour Jesus Christ. Of this lost 9roup, will the remembrance" of Christ be crowded out by Christmas celebrations  to   gain,   bonor   to   ourselves, .  instead of giving: honor to-the  on..-   who   is   worthy     of ��� ill '  p:-ois"e? ;        -  Christ taking, upon himself"  the form of a helpless "babe,  is the greatest example of.hu-  rr..:.ty, and in so doing be-  caroiy a ,reproach unto ;men,  th a t he i might. cf f.ef hjmsSlf  upon a\tree as God's only] gift"  th.t  cartv redeem  man,      '���  The angels announced, .."on  earth potice and goodwill" toward mep."\What a wonderful proniise. Wet, before we  criticize !the unrest and vio-  l&n-e in the world today, may  tWe look into our, ov?n hearts  and see if we dp hot rob ourselves   and   others'.'J-of   -that '  . pelc-e by aligning -ourselves  in .fheJnnad Chnstrrfes fusIv  v.orryingj going istovilebt,  lo��.ng   hfurs   of   reitr tn~ an  ���-endless" preparation^ -' to 'gain  one hapjjy- day,; im which  some w|B be loo tired to enjoy,   anttf others   disappointed  -       '   -/-  - J& "'"  ^jSS*-  2-X,  '$    ���   ���'.__  f  Rev. W. &|- Ackroyd  in ngt receiving what was an-  -'ticipated. ��� i ^  As to goodwill toward���mea.  will we  ba  guilty of respect  -of persons,  as Icondemr.ed   in  James *Chp. 2. thus; dishonor-  \irig   the" one   whose   birth   we-  :etaim to celebrate,  by simply  . exchanging gifts .with friends."  rather than giving to those i.n  need. Jesus said "In as much  as ye have done it"--unto one  of these my brethren, yc have  done   it   unto   me."     Matfaew  25:40.  " "   , ''.--'-  SECHELT  [PENDER HMBOIJR NEWS,.  TWO WEDDINGS of Interest-to the Harboqr this pest week.  *   Carol-Johnston ond DianneDusenberry picked Fridcy  lh?M 3th for their wedding date.  Carol Johnston, the daughter of Mr. end Mrs. Franklin  Johnston, was married to Mr. Alfred W. Hardy of "North  .Vancouver.  -The     ceremony"   ��� ��� ~ ^   Hook place at St. Andrews  United ^Church with the reception, being held at Jcffer's  :: Floral Room, Lnsdalej North  Vancouver. Mr. _LIoyE Davis  _of Garden Bay proposed the  toast to the Bride.  E. Surfees  ; heads vLegion  ."ANNUAL meeting and eiec-  . tion of officers of Roj-ai Cajr-  adhin  Legion. Sechelt Branch  No.  140. was held. Friday.  E.  Surtees was jelscted" president  .for   the   corning =- year. J with  first vice-president. S.  F^Wa-.  lets, second vice-pre?; der..|.  fv"-  F. Ott-inrd. stcretarytreas-  "iirer. C. G. Lucken, and corresponding: secretary.  Mii?  G.  Executive  members are _W.  K\ Sheridan. C. BrookmarJr C.  EL King. R. iL Thompson. E.  J. .CalwelL J. Hesktn. W. J,  Havaa and**A*m. Coffey..- '���  -F. G. Wall is welfare officer, responsible for advising  veterans on - per^lcos. finan-"  cial     prcblem*.     visiting " the   .  sick  members  at  home  cr- in   hospital."   "   .    -       _   -  Sergea-it-at-arros- is _V. Mit^  cheli. and 'Mayne. Brooftman,  and Surteei were appointed  to the Pappy Fund committee.; Zona cqnimar,derf_ Tish  Schon.*- cf Powell--. Riven ip-  stalled tha officers and the of  ficers of the Ladies Auxiliary- " rr*-t;- g"1-** ^ s  -This Legion branch sport- nfn"-s ara _  sors; "Bay Scouts Association. - spectsrne.-. 7, ;Ls---. a con"s��--  Junior Oivmpio " --��� Trainins - va^oc officer for the area  Club. Sechelt Peninsula Ath^ " inarmed ihz lav.- eaforcemeat  letic Club, and a Junior-sec- -;cfj:ccrs  for .tneir cocperaUoa  - mc   bis   ceparrmea:. . Nelson  - s^tks-:-ct the activities'-of the'  Perr.ben.on  ci^b   aad .the  value cf'.fiih and game clubs.    -  PRESENTS  PRIZES " :.  - .Chairman. . of    the  - fishing  canmittee.       Don       Caldwell  . presented. a  plywood boat  to  - p.rWicerr*: ; IL- Batchelor.   winner ,cf   "the   summer ; fishing .  derby.-     Batche'or*s-   J" salmon  ��� weighing T44*. ^ pounds also  eatft'ecT him to the clubs  Kingfish: -trophyl donated ,by_  Lriu Fox. rrhis trcphy u= a-  w-arded to the ciab member  catching the largest "salmon in  local "waters during, the season- - . _ ^ : - ;  _   JNext   project   of   the ^ciub  The Secheit Peatnsuig Times, Wed. Dec I8r_I963 Pcgc 3  Game served:* . '. ': \ :: X    ., .  Rod arid GuniCluJb  u6t  >*:  ���s.   .-'  1  SECHQ.T Peninsuio Red end Gun club he'e  ts tc-rr- zt  j .game faenquer io the Roberts Cree'r. r.zi'. -  ZOO guests string dy*n to c net c.nre-' z~ \=--  enc moose" cotered by G'-e Eimhe'dt c-d ess itec "r  Kinetics.. ]  . -^>iit-cf-t"-f: _rue<:y: 'iniu-i-  ed!-iir. :���-���?. ?��'������. Jim RaLtcn  eff Vair.-j-.-tr ar.d .Mr7--and  MiS   Bon   Wilson,   cf :Pavreil  . "Chairman Harry "Ejiche'or  ca!;-d - upon CpL. N*=-lsos .to.  "give the teas: ta the :Queen.  arki upan Frank Newton, to  say Grace.-" -Folicw.a? --the  baric-Jet. Eatche'sr Outiinod  the .5*.iccci5 cf thejiinior pre���  gijirn which sa?.- 31_ -.jtiniors.  succi-ssfully pa5-5t -the '.depart-  i^icni o. t-e^*T-ritioa - atiu cor.���  servatlon exam this year:  Ra-itfn. :edit5r~a-i4  pub!l5h-  eq c:   ihs  Ncrthwje-st ;Sp<5rti-  ;rt talk: en the  privileges   .  c=f.  *--��-  C',^  a .junior "^s  cer team. Every tro -weeks- a  teen-age dance���is held, and  regular games are held "for  the bingo" fans. The branch  also has a licensed- club; room  m. Selma Park.  After installation of all cf-.  ficers. the Ladles .Auxiliary  ser\'ed refreshments. During  the week the home of Mrs. C.'  G; Lucken; had been opened  to 22 members of the auxiliary for the annual CiiristmaiL  luncheon . and  .gifts-  - exchange    of"  rxnd happiness to ycu.  JO-HN-HIKD-SMITH  Refrigeration:  Service  Sechelt  Peninsufc  JACK JONAS  -- Dianne Dusenberrv' was  married to M. Bernie Randall  of   Vancouver.  NIMRODS  The Tocal nimrods have ail  returned from the- distant  hunting grounds, with: stories  of much game and wonderful  experiences and freezers full  of   game   meat   to .prove   tt.  ijy igtyr^ "^^.jm.^.  m  jiflus -  CIISK  "v  I-  -?VV  _        -H. '*. *  Doug Feilding. Eric AntilLw  Harold Klciit Bill Clayton  made a safari to Burns Lake.  They bagged 4 mcose and 5  deer.    ^  Len Larson and- his pal  Waliy Schultz from Vancouver   .tcolc   off   for   the   East  Kootenay      ai-ea.       arxl      caxne  home with l_e!k and ."2 deer.  Jfenry^ Whitiaker   and   John -  West  of Egmont. ^trekked up  to    Wells    Grey���Park    and  brought   home- a   dandy   bull  moose.  CHAMBER ^OF' "COMMERCE  :There wa> an ^.executive-  meeting cf the Pender Harbour Chamber of Commerce  Dee. 15; This is the first meeting since the election of of- ���j  ficers. Every one turn out.  Meeting is to- be J'.eld at the  Pender Harbour- Hotel Banquet Room. * Dinner^ at 7,  meetiKg  at o  pjn.   ^~  RESIGNATIONS  Elsie Friesen, practical, nurse, resigned from, the staff cf  St. Mary's hospital to take a  position in Nanaimo, :  I Lily Horn, nurse at St.  ���Mary's  hospital  has" resigned.  .��s��^s'  Sunshine Coast Moldings Ltd.  SECHELT, B.C.  DufiZraL  RESIDENTS of Wilson Creek  and ad��acent areas will be  shocked to learn of the sudden death of Duff ZraL at  Medicine Hat; Alberta. Mr.  - Zraf- passed away shortly after midnight, Wednesday".  December 11. 1963. He is survived -by  his  widow.   Either.  and  Gve . children.  'Richard.  Vincent.   Glenda.   Martie.  and  Anita.        1  After t-eir.g on the Peninsula about <eren ar.d a half  years. Mr. - Zral- moved _ to  Medicine flat, where he had  relatives. Mrs, Zral and the  four youngest children joined him in July at the end of  the school year.      ' [  Ric��iai-dA    stav-ed.      here-   '_ to  work.       --���'..-  for yonr lady  ___. this~~Christmjts  Moke her.feel rcrnanficaily"-feminine ...  -" -   gift-her with._glqn-.cur for Chr[strhcs   V/e    |    L r  have all thebrends-she prefers, in cosme-- |  -   tics, toiletries Qncf frcarcrKes . . . |n beauti-   {  fuf.gift packages. Let us help^you choose!   I  ;���"---.���*' MAX FACTOR    ��� RICHARD iHUDNRjT j   | .  j      .   ��� C0TY;   -W LENTHERIC -  ���.JRSVLON" j   j  KRUSE PRUG STORES Ltd,  ;.-*        -^- i Roe W. Xruse      .]-       -   '.'    XX  $- f  1  . GIBSONS  Phone 886-2023  SECHELT  Phone 885-2134  PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTS AND DRUGGISTS  **.  .<  . r  i  r  ;.  ;,��� w-*iN..if^��i. *:;r-',,*^  ��� ���  HM  " 1    -  t.  >��  . v  ��� V.  (. ���\l- 1,  i ������  :k~X  Egmoni iiews '  by dean Jeffries  Ml. "and MRS. J] DunloR ert-  ' t .'rtamed | informally Saturday evening in. Honrjr of Mr  ami Mrs. W Brodcrspn of Seattle, who weic Spending the  An ibrican thafjiks^ivi|_g>,_week-  end with them Amifrng thos>e  present wtl-rc VI _j*]nd^ Gene  Berntzen. Jim aijid Jean Jef--  frus Rubyi Lnrsi>n. ilohn and  Drrolhy Bbsch !Tht,' Broder-  feons a.e better .knoWn> along  tht? coa^t as the| skipper and  mate of the iyiV>| Po'jlywog If"  ^eah Silver. >oun^Pst dau-  ghtei of Mr ' anjd Mrs Stan  Si'vey was  baptj/pd, by* Rev.'  "i JJ  Fergusson    Mr    and   Mrs.'  Lconaid Silvey'rind'Ruth Sil-  'vej.'  vfere  named   as  godpar-  - ents ;        j     ,  ,1 "C^. and Mrs. Cy Healey of  Deep Bay, spent, a J few days |  vis1 ting th-oir ma'-iy friends in  Et mont. They woi�� ^former  ov nors of | the IjJgtnpnt Trading Store ' I I  . Egmont j schoor if holding  lid Chusuuas1 tree and party  or Friday1 afterrjiOorL -December 20th.   ,           i      >  Page 4 The Sectleir Peninsula Times, Wedj./ J>ec- 18, 1963    Wi'.;pn Creek  _!��� *  ������ftft-a  i      -      1-  mi  t  'I  U  4    ���   1  .1      ��  *���       .  I      '       '  '. :   ��� : ��� ���    -A  ���itwfu i -rill ���*��� ���!     ���* "  TItjIES    [CLASSIFIED  Planned Home Delivery  BROTHERS and sisters of Anne Rosamund Si npkfns admire  her] shortly after her birth at home Molher, Mrs Alec  Simpktnk says, "If was wonderful to hcjve my husband's  moral support end shared experience. Bdby is getting' used  to our tjamily tierms and not bringing home any strange  -   ��� - -    ~     -    ���      ���   fOF t}-,e wonddrful  ���Ph 3to Denis Gray.  to our tomiiy cierms ana nor onnging  oriles. Vye? are -cfratefui to Dr. Burtrjick  se|rvice||4-gave '  Siudeiifs perform . . ,  SECHELT-P-TA treated a'welf attended mrJeting to a sur-  ���;���   p.rjfjse. tumbling} display put on ��y t te Sechelt elementary students" ut-Jder the direction of J;.. Fe>rrari; Students  bers gS tl  porticippring vere Blair tjplm, R<j-ym  SheridajH. Gairy . Lawson,  Jimmy? I Gibson, Randy'- De-  leenheelrf of Sechelt. and David ���' Erjihis, Tom Blain and  Trevor! Oram of Gibsons.  ilnitcad! of Christmas candy treat,!the PTA will show  Darby jG'Gill on Friday.  cation  *)nd  Everett,  Kent  ed  what  a,.uy ,v.u.�� ��*���*���"�����*��� .era'tion   vf  Under   sponsc rship_ of   the ^ Mrkhin  At  Credit lUnioh, iie- school savings club; showed a steady in  crease'iiiihec it started in 1961  when, 8(1 [students participated  and   Wp9$Z''::v> as ' deposited.  1982 showed an increase with  446    cliiljdren    enrolled    and  $1135:99 jdeposi ed.   For   1963  the enrollment. U 173>  ipresijietiL   M;*s.    T.    Lamb.  ekplairjed, 'she   had   read   at  tiie last I meeting from a report  e federation, and a  bursary ��� f >r students proced-,  social woifk were approved.  master's  degree  in  Malcolh] M actavish cnquir-l  stand the PTA fed?  as   tateing  on   ceh-  corsmp   cjf   rjewss.tand   publi-  of :the]!-meeting of   electors,���sup-ej-ljgjc  not���--fro/mi a let.^r from Gor<-  "don Johnson, li'slrict superintendent of schools, concerning a vocational school.  IPfinciipai George Cooper, reporting : onajiitter from the  school' hoSfbXc oncem ing bus  s<?hedujles, advised board replied buses" coy Id not be re-  a^justed to. -h corporate "' the  PTA suggestion. However,  Cooper, urged ihe PTA to  keep tjfe prObtJm before the  board!, respetial y in %'iew of  Gordon   Johnson's   statement  that' it:  dlistricit  is.is one  s, - andf 'Mrs. ; Ball's  promise to look into "the situa-  tiop^-  DdNAlriONS  PRESENTATION  Pre; enti itioi t, of, a siH*er  cbffee! ;spc oh searing0the PTA  crest 1y^rna<le by Mr&,Lamb  to Mrk>H .r St >c'kwell in con'si-,  deration.* if 1 he-' support she  has gpver th? PTA, both as  president and as a member.  CJa-rtes,   caiol   singing,   and;  a fesl][ive: luncheon, under the  n or��4he social 'Coh-  veneriii   -Ivi"s.   IVwWihinnie   arid  Mrs., ! Gc ison   .cojripleted   the'  evehing ip" tlje gayly decorated gym.  The be.�� t way to tell whether 8 a   mai   i:;   having   fun   at  yo|ir pari y i<   to catch a look  expression    on    his!  of the richest  . ', Donations  eiach   to   the  _pne dollar  Margaret "Del-  mage $2000 ecc nomic scholar-  ship^ JElsie LP rimer scholarship' for   voli1 ntaiy-r- training  FOR THE MAN O^ THE  i ^r Ammunition, Coses    * Archo'ry  -A-J Bushneli Binoculars.and ScOp  ���lr ilefjpina Baa>    |* Wet Wealhe|-  AND ��� ^  fHE |lGdEST*-SEL6CTION OF  FJtOrvj PO^T MJELltOK." TO EARL'S  NYGREN SALES LjTD  :W  ell  essage  iss M- E.  Ml^es Yule  CHR STMAS is a tfme of happiness, foryft celebrates the'  giving bjLthe greatest Gift thet world has ever known,  ji'od- so loved^ the world, that'HeNgave His only Begotten  that vvbosoever believeth in Hn^i, should not perish,  ave everlasting life."  wonder ��� that the giving  it Gift*\vas stet in scene.--  of prlnise and j6y, it could _not  be oa  Magi  praist  soul  there  "gooc  [jerwise. So there is The  ifieai, the hymn of  i that Mary ,sangf "My  ft\h magnify the ��� Lord";  i isl t^e angel with its  ! tidirtgs of great joy to  all rjebple"; there, are the  shepherds "praising and glor-  ���'i fyin| God' for all things that  they had seen and heard", af  ter t  and  "rejo  great  ���star  whei  .   So  fact  joice  only  God  knov  eam<  eaitl  to  Godl  man  hear  So  perit  angc  l>orr  wra<  cam-  sing'  Lore  ble  God  Gift  jeir visit to the manger;  (here  are  the" Wisemen,  cing      wiUi      exceeding;;  -joy" when they saw the1  shining   over   the iplace  u~Tfie young child lay.  at  this   season   and  in -'  even' season, we too rotor in the Gift of God's  begotten- Son, we know  as  He  had   never   been  m     before;     for    Christ  down  from   Heaven  to  to reveal  God to man,  Kpress   in   His   own   lifS  3 everlasting' love for all  tind,   and   to    win    our  s to God.  !  .to  those  who .have ex-"  need the meaning of the_  s   song,   "Unto   you   is'  this  day   ���  a  Saviour  h is Christ the Lord," we  at   but   be   glad   as   we  "Joy  to  the  world   the  , has come," and in hum-  worship   give * thanks   to  \ for    His     unspeakable  r  T< tevfyion is- what the chil-  drer, won't go and watch  whe i there is sor)nething the  pan rtts want to discuss privately.  ...  AWL THE  SMART FOLK ,ARE  - shopping ot the  TASELLA SHOPPE  Why don't you foHbw the'  Crowds Sfid act in cr^jfI  the wonderful  bargains.  Tasella  "-��''  f Sechelt  Phone 885^9331  - ^  &\  JO THE PEOPLE WHOSE OPINION'.WE.  VJALUE WWST��� OUR CUSTOMERS  How fortunate we are to'have such wonderful folks like vou as customers!        .  THANK YOUFOR YOUR LOYAL  PATRONAGE  Without voir our pharmacy could not long  exist. We*know:this to be true and gratefully  make every effort fp|plgase.  YOU NEVER AS^C^OR THE IMPOSSIBLE  Yon always co-operate and are tolerant and  understanding about7; our problems.  WE GLADLY SERVE YOU  COURTEOUSLY  We will continuously^ try our best to-give you  the dependable service and reasonable prices  you rightfully deserve.  ONCE AGAIN THEciiRISTMAS  SEASON IS HERE J     \  It again gives us the locked for opportunity  to sincerely: wish that yoi^, your family and  - friends will have a-~        '���  MERRY CHRISTMAS ANI> HAPPY  NEW YEAR,.      .  ".;    j  %Vc appreciate being jyour pharmacy. We  hope we may serve |you for many more years.  Thank you for preferring us.   \ ;  Fuse  Gibsons  Ph. 886-2023  -    r       "1  Sechelt  Ph,885-2\I34  PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTS AND DRUGGISTS  ,.���..���iiii,^.mj. ..J.i.,Uan.M��u.i.��yjr,i:t"i;r:" ������ .^,m��-i;m^l��"^i w Wi'"-'."?a^.V'*y'"J'.Lflfc.'!.' '��� *���'VJr������/'.''���*-Lj"tl lS^W.-r-'"'r.'''-!.*'*t'''*iL.'-' J.''.VVTm��,2'.' L"?'."'.*'.'-"-'Ii. J"Vgi K  Problems heset  Pentacostal Tabernacle . . .  The Sechelt Peninsula Tmes, Wed., Dec- 18, 1963 Page 5  "DfDIAN - homemakers dub  held recently tussled -Avith  some knotty- problems. The  Warriors,- the junior Indian  soccer teanf-is having trans- S  portatiort ..difficulties. They1  need the. support of the parents and other interested parties to aid in transportation.  Members dei'ided to have a  bottle drive to raise funds to  pay for ga�� for transportation. : .���"-'.-""  Plans Tto-HEjicrease membership   were j discussed.   It   was -  decided   to   ask - CpL "Nelson-  to* .Speak   at- the   January   13  meeting.        ��� '     . .  This organization, open to  all Indian women Trover 16  years,, select.1 a new chairman  each meeting so every member learns:%ow , to. handle a *"  ir.c-eting. Their aims are to  -improve home "efficiency and  living conditions, discover,  stimulate and train leadership and; sponsor all worthwhile projects for the bettter-  ment of ihej community.  Ciub agreed to request "-_t"tVe> .  band counts! to put "a "bath?  room ont��7 the ^community  -hall ^o the-hall can be used  for bingo. Arrangements were  made for a; children's Xmas  tree and^." a: raffle" giving a.  food-'hamper, an Indian has- .  ket". and a surprise.,  Mrs.  Craigon  reported Mrs..  C.   Connprr \ president- of   Sechelt   hospital   auxiliary   had.   -  them.. In tutfn thfe Indians had  invited .the-- Indians   to   join  offered- id help .the auxiliary  .with   raffles   and   to ..collect   -  "Nabob coupons for the coffee  urnT       ".."���*. ---;-���-.  Clarence   Joe   reported    he-  ���ad   boon^ approached  on  the  v a\ter - of   purchasing   X-ray  equipment for -the '.new* hospital     through     the     Fndian  health service.       '-  ^Christmas message  News from  from Pastor Anpnby      Port Mellon  -\  . *���..  >bq~-  �����-@��  "AND the word became flesh and developed cmong us .-.-���  ;.   full of grac9%and trutf-u" John 1:14.  This startling scripture shows to us perhgps more  clearly,than any other, the significance-o,f_ the birth of  Christ. We'devote the Christ- . "-". _--*"''  mas season to remember; especially. Christ's - birth 'because t>of what was Vccom-  plished_,.by this unique Son of  God. Hebrew 1*2 "dramaitical-  ly. declares that God "hath  spoken" unto - us by his Son.**  .God sent- the world a personal message of "- His own  character-arid precepts in "the'  Bethlehem babe, ';the "invisible  Immanuel - "God" with*-us**.  Christ's supreme task there  was to portray through his  life", and* death, God's ^person  and teachings of e_race and  truth. . '" ' -.    +  _Jtfhat is grace? What "is  truth"? Grace encompasses all  the goodne.ss of God. given to  those who  do__npt jmerit::His  favor. Truth^ involves agreement,'  a     knowledge  of. the  .great-   -work   he   accomplished.  We   often   actmire .the   grace  a nd1 beautiful words of Christ.  -Yet   Christ   said   also,"7?Ye  must   be   born   again"   ���   be  spiritually  transformed  ���  in  crdtr to enjoy fully the angelic   promise   of   "peace and  goodwill   to   m��n".   Has   this  experience   been   yours?   Full  truth brings grace, peace.and  good will ��� within and "without, "but there can be no real  grace   without 'truth.    CJrace  and   "truth    ate"  inseparable;  tney- are both essential.  Christ's     birth,     life"" and  death produce an eternal example for "the Word became.  flesh and* dwelt-among us  full   of   grace     and     truth".  Christ,   was    God's    pergonal'  messenger to us- May we; this  Christmas,   heed- Bis   gracious  truth. " '''  It ~~ . TV*"-*- 1  Pastor J. Anonby  OX DECEMBER 6th the P:rt  . Mellon Erownies held th-rir  enrollment eeremony in -.he  church {basement at 7 p m.  Tweefc.ie*=.    Lena   W.lkie ~"7rr,d  - Laurie Sersfin _v.-ere .prctnot-  a-t to Erowr.Ic-s. Brown -O-.vI,  Mr*. -D. Eh.r7.am -presented  ir.cr. w'l'n tr.^ir p^tls. 3i.K>?.-kn-  re'a - Wil'l? was presented  v_^h ��� her proficiency- ��� -ikidre.  Brown OwL Mrs.. D. Durham,  and Tawny OwL Mrs. J.^Willis niada- ihe evening -eajoy-  able jwith   soryjs. and   sema-  ' phore demonstration." - * Ee-  freshments were "ser\'���d by  tiie  Ssowf iea. .-'���-- I  Oa) '-W 2!5t--of December-  the- |5-aff- of -the -^Canadian'  Forest Product^ pulp m.li it  annulr Chratmas Svaff Party  PorttMelksh are hoiding their  at'Danr.ys Diner.  On; New Year's Eve you can  dance to the rnusic cf Joe  p.m. :at the Port Mellon Cpmr  muhity HSU, After the dzn^e  Perry and hi? ordiestra ft 11  brGakfast: wiii be sers,-ed at  Seaside from 3 ajm. oh. t  Md and Mrs. Jim Csicer  end tiaughter Liz are going to  _Caigary to spend " the Cfcrist-"  inas fholidays  with  Sir.' Gilder's parents. _   ���    .        ":   -  '    MH  and-- Mrs.  Chris ..V/oads  will   ip-r.c,   C-.rr*'-.-���.-��     ���.-."..*.  their -*c.t  L;r."i^y  :-.  \';.-..-��-  ver. ' :  Mr. .srd   Mri_. -7    E.=-:.-..-; -.  .are  s^:=~d.r.z   '-*?  h-.L-L.-y=   $-.  Varx-c ^ -. (.-.-  v..:.:.   ���_'-��-;-   ;. >. - r .  law.     cjjs'^:,     ..', i -,.-.-*-  : daugh*fcr-Lsr=.��y. .  USE     TIMES 1 CLASSIFIED  %^S?  4**m*%*%+M***Mm%*Jk*\*m%Am%*m*Ml*m*A*^tm*^^  TINGLEY'S H^HEAT  SALES AND SERVICE  FOR AU. YOUR HEATING? REQUIREMENTS  Choice of 40U. Componles  ' FINANCE PLANS  WARM A!R OR ��OT V/ATER HEATING  C^E.iCAL) TINGLEY  &ox 417 Sechelt  Phone 885-9636  f   885-9332  nw**wHwnffrvir*<rvyvv*<��vi��v>��*��w>%*^^ "  ^tMAY serehity  ;   km PEACE BE  ,   YOURS THIS  CHRISTMAS m '  THRU THE YEARI ~.  Bill .end I Dorothy  Village! Bakery  Sechelt  MERKV+ CBRl  and     ;:- j:  "���  MAPPM NEW YJ^AR  to all from;the merchants ^attd  Businesses of     1  We thank -you- for your past^patronagre and! extendi  ' our warmest Season's Greetings of Good Cheer,  j  THE PLAZA STORES  X   '-'���?_<*?  -X'i-?��    ~**'z -tzX&&&%* -  _~w^���,c,<:cit<ii*:.*t'��'w-t.-i'f-ri -i-c11 rsT*;  - y  if  WikL BE OPEN -  MONDAY ALU DAY  ^   ��� DECEMBEiti23  S     -7 TILL 9:00 P.M.  'FOR YOUR SHOPPING  ;       CONVENIENCE  ����  !>  SANTA;  WILL VISIT THE  PLAZA j  SATURDAY,  DECEMBERJ21 /  from 'I 7  9:30 TILL 2:30 P.M.     ^  4 f  A i  *i  * ������  I* t  * f  A i  A',  !DON'S^SHOE STORE  \ ' " -�� ���  I CHARLES ENGLISH V  f - -      - ���  "TODD'S DRYGOODS  !"     :   DANNY'S"'  SUPER-VALU / fX  D-G DOUGLAS    j  VARIETY & PAINTS  " CENTER SERVICE  STATION  i. I. ROGERS  "   j  Household  Furniture I  * "and Appliances  COIN DRY CLEANING  ESSO IMPERIAL - f  *  STATfON  i"' ��  ''     t   -i  .        ^  J1  1      '  *   ':  t'  i  i   '  '*.  fcc  V��L  \  M*��i^^��afii^^  i*��i^ ���*  7 <���    i  _    *^  i*L:��  V4 '* MORE ABOIT  Fire Depi  ���from page 11  large  rcnough  fire   engines,"  furnace,    room  tower,  and  a  noss meetings  *  A  f i  I*  1 HE original f ird ha  of the Secheilt vfeiunjteer f  nt sat in thje middle of a jroacj djlbwance tx sic)e Lloyd  Turner's hojse  rtmeni  ��� o house two  n ambulance,  hose: -dryer  aom .for busi-  at Poil  fashions  Mellon  green, and garters in the  litest  coirveyor belt pattern.  A merry Christmas to ail of  "you.    ' ]��� '���  ALARM SYS1  When aivakliji  ed in, the 'ca  _ telephones,! ;ti  are in. fpjpmt  in fire ball o  fice, and or  Motors,   i. j  The   siren  tower   is   the  is tornednoff  on   a rival   o:  same   te?epho  By TEDDE BENSON  WITH WINTER nicely splattered all over;the ground,  your correppundeijit thought it  suitable ttj> -e.poijt on things  .to wear ajt- Port j Mellon- this  seasdn.       j .   .'  _ ...      : Digester; c(>oR-s   and   Screen  il'X homes, one tender's stall retain their bill} in RCMP of- formal'attire of work trousers  el   in   Standard    and open-hoc iked ishirts in the  EM  m is telephon- ,  lj goes into six '  tree    of " which.  ever  popi  ���tjlai  top   thtj   hose    pulp and bis ?k liquor.  call  the^erv  balance, or i  sounded^ and  cjt the fire hall  firemen. The  nt number can  es of the ara-  alator.       . :  stylii  Blfcach per  wearing  clothing -'.which  re deport-  AMBULANCi:  In* 1959 tberS'echelt Kinsmen Club pr�� sjented the brigade with a (fully equipped  ambulance/ I r) to that time  the area fc rj no adequate  vehicle for transporting the  sick,  or  inlujed.  This  is  cal  led   out   by  RCMP.  eolbrs  of  wood  sonnet will bo in  the   doctors,- or  INHALATOi  This is a jkjrtable machine,  which can be taken to a patient in a car, or used in the  ambulance-. \t has been cai-  times'in case of  or breathing  is pt-edomini tely chlorine colored. The latest in masks  e&m; ��letcs  tie  ensemble.  ,.C< rpenters will be seen in  blcamcd <haki, * morning  coati- wiCh decollete vest to  mati'h, cutaway collars and  friction tape  suspenders.  * '  Electrician; of 'distinction  will appear at cocktail gatherings in pcpular denim dinner jackets cf Ijlowe Sound  blu<, witlji, e >pper'buttons and  open stitching with insulated  win trinj. Rubber plated fe-  dorj s cornpl He tfte attire.'  S'aff \ft-6rkers' will adorn  tiie offices and mill stores  wearing i he color of the "year  dredge-sludge-brindle.    *  Department heads and sup-  lfc^r���1l��;-Srt-7Ta*, zSh^LVL&JSJZ  difficultties.  GOOD CITUJEN AWARD  .In. M|y 1861. the Sechelt  village jcom nissioners invited the firerr en and wives to  dinner lire S:HcheSt Inn. The  commissionei s presented the  the    brigade   with   Sechelt's   Good  ji"'������:-*��� 'i ' - -~zr Tri"--7- 1.,- Tne    Citizen   Award.  This was   in  first i [re {truck  q serve the Sechelt dreo. Aboard are    the form I of a framed scrolt  orr} Robi liofd,  Elii^-Psendetgasi, Wotiy Ma akof,  Free!    Dissented- b|y   the   chairman.  First tank truck  D0r|4Af ED^byJReg iejckson'tbV fouf cflinder Lel.<jjnd was  T, '"   '  :  jiutiii    iww" "!"->/    *-����  !-[Mills (chietf), Harry  radt: m casual wear of Harris;  twepd   suits   ties   in   dry-hot  BHIingsley (asslstdntKchie ), Maurice    Mrs.     John-ton,     with    the  lHerh$treetl Tfom Parrish, Torn Gory, Henry-Daucett and  FrcdHollcnd       *      '  -���*  -   .   :   ;��� .' $       [\ I'^'iL.ii**'"-'--    -  *.'���-  '^igKS^. 4A-4&^^TK-   XrXli'VA��Z��-   ^'-iAJSS,- * irHiMw*^.  '   Finished Hall  ���?  PICTURE iabove wa<? taken on completion of tne fire hail    lengths  of [time.  The newest  s+fdwing.the orirjinaftruek; still in use  '. I.;  .��>���  ...��� i-.  : y^  ���*"���*���  ���C-''  �� '���*  *   -."t  ..'���.-,  ->/ 7  ^-|. .r   *  J:^-I  ���.->���-'  v  \  thaaks of ai| citizens for the  fine contribikion the firemen  were rhakirg to the- whole  area. The scroll had been  ffishipned ,t y Carol Moore-  house, -a tiflented secondary  student,  PERSONNEL  Fire   Chief   T.   Ii   Parish,  Assistant Chief T. G. Robil-  UarcUjr. V, (iory and M. Hemstreet' capt fins of the fire  trucks, and executive mem-  bcr-sr-4l^*'L. Billingsley and  Harold Nelson, have been on  the strength 6f the* brigade  since inception, in 1S49. Walter Waqdell has been secre-  tary-trealsur<!r since 1952. T.  Ono, B.!-Qn>. F. V. MacKen-  zie, Ray . Burton, Kennedy  Paul, Howa-d Carter,-Gordon  Hall, Melv n Jeffries, Wm.  ^Snkirt, P. Is. Jackson have  beeo    members,  for    various"  '.��  . During "this season let  us re^iemtief the Joy  Of tNt First Christmas,  M     HAtFMOOH  SHELL SERVICE  and COFFEE SHOP  D. Gamble and  "G- Gordon  ^ GREETINGS   ;%  AT CHRISTMAS^  ii  rase Brbg $fores LM.  Pharmaceutical Cherriists & Driiggists  Gibst)ni, B.C. XX Sechelt, B.C.  member     is  S^S.1  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  | CHC5ICEST PROPERTY  ^ llESlDErmAL 4-fQMeS    j:  I ACRtAGT and WATERFR0NT LfJTS.  Box 23 Gibsons, B.C.  ;��^^'����-SM:s'e^^*s'S,��'�����f*p^���'e'��te��*'���!e^  ^mm/miiiiBpmamtmmmimmmlKB^mmBB  Phone 806-2000  and   , youri|est  Bruce Redman  All�� the men have fir^t aid  certificates/Class "B" driver's  ���licenses, ar d are trained1 in '*--�����  fire fightirij;. Once a monLh a  business mlseting is. held, the  other We inesdays in the  moqth are devoted to training, tipkec p of equipment,  'cleaning a ad servicing the  three machines. This is over  and above the time spent at  i rying of hose and  .fie equipment af-  fire.  fires, the ci  checking t  ter use at  ��������������  Oi0i$iOimo^iWidid^iOiOiOiOi0i0|?  4ft  4ft  ���..������  4ft  mmmmmm  Speeiml  mi TUB  ���2 ^ear guoranee $42.50 insrolled  g.   ���1 year guarantee $38.00 installed  �� -  sf :,  *   .        i ���    ���     ��� i  �� i '-   '  (Plus Service charge)  Bieler^  COMPLAI1IT  DEPT.  A womai  into a bus  conduetb'r  "ir.  '^  - i _���:" -  ��� ^-^  ���Vs-"  1534 Gower Point Rd., GibSorts - Phone^ 886-9384   -:��   fPP1^   ^  T;        ,    F "  C\ | :2-   tne  insnect  G0VERNiAENT���CERTlftEO TECHNIGIAN I*   hotebooft a!  7uju.jiA-iti.wBky)_4ifti  4��  4��  4ft  4ft  Keep  The Home  Fires Burning  says Sitiipkins  A very, merry,  loclt the gang :  in 3ur Fridoy night  :iub.  with a baby, got  : Along  came  the  o collect her fare.  at  -the . baby  and  goodness, what an  1  don't  think  I  seen    an    uglier  mother was very  told the conductor  report him" to the  tor came  report tha  the woman  ly rude to  Madam. W;  ber and t  wish to i  any  paper  ;&&*k2i'fesai3&si2i*a2i3^'^^ . the monke  bn��l^l  write  it  d  g& He looked  i�� said, "My  ugly fcfaby!  have ever  child." The  upset and  she would  inspector.  After sorhe time the inspeb-  ilong. "I wish to  conductor," said  "iHe was extreme-  me," "Very well,  ite down his num-  e * complaint you  ake." "I haven't  or a pencil," she  re you .are," said  r, handing her a  nd a pencil. "You  |>wn while I hold  f."  4S  46  4S  Bobjo  A big hearty thanks to all  the j kind merchonts ond  store-folk thot tfi^de this  Bless em all. Bless  . em oil, the staff at  the Hospital. Home  for Chri&tmos.  4ft  ' ��ft  ��� ��������  ��� ����>���  4ft  -O  4ft  ��� ��������  4ft  4ft  4ft  ^SV'  <S3f  4ft  4ft  4ft  4ft  4ft  _.*  ChristrAas shoppihg so  ^   enjit>yoble. ;  Sjot^Hted, Gibsibns.  Toin't the night before  tft  ��� ������8.  "Christmas a'n we ain't got a 4ft  ~- -   - ��� i ,1..   ���i���  House.-But to you 4ft  Merry Christmos from   4ft  Betsy and Spouse.  reelings    to    all    the   friendly    people  I've met through Avon.  Many thanks  for your patronage. A very Merry  Christmas^ and all the��� best  for   the   New   Year  .     Mrs. W: I Kirkland ;  ^OfOf^^f^fOf^OIOiOfSf^^^Of^OfOlomOf^  4ft  4ft.  4ft  4ft  ��� ������*���  4ft  ���������"'���^  4ft  '4ft  ��� *���������  4ft  ��� ��������  4ft:  4ft  ��� *������  4ft  4ft Z^tePX.?"^*^-* J^ .'-�������� /./a 1ifi*?..-j.<'.'...'i .:��tf.Ai-. ^j..-;^^ --- ���  nfiin ii   ���'���-���' '-  I' -~        - " '  |.       ���ejamaMf-^^ Few contestants  The MA&EWS RIGHT in^nW,-  ,��., .*{.,  The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., Dec. T 8, 1963 Pcge 7  -r    .  The News welcomes opinions: frorr. readers,    %  but does nbt'necessoriiy ogree with triose expressed.  |:     .       Brevity Is a virtue which ihouid not be cverlccked.  L   '������ All fetters must be Signed by the writer, although a. pen-name  . .. " moy be used for publication.  - i-ttt,   - in  -I  ,7  . Home freezer news  Editor,  The  Times, j /  SIR: [After making many  payments on one vlof . "these  Home Freezer Plan;, contracts  1 find that I owe iafmoHt as  much as I did when; i started.  The   finance   company     have  . refused to agree -toja reasonable settlement and have  seizred   the" freezer. (They   ask-  ���"' a further S800 fdr7 a freezer  that can be bought fanywhere  for less than $350.  If there arc others on "the  Peninsula who are - in the  same positiorr as myself, I  would like to get iri touch  with -them so we may take  our case to court. They can  contact me through your paper.. Disillusioned.  .��� Fred Jorgensoa.  (  -'        7     - -   ���   '  School duties  EDITOR,   Times:-    j  SIR: I have an inquisitive  mind and I have become very  interested in education in the  past couple" of years, (adult  education ��� being j informed).  . I y/ould like to know what  are.the duties of a school representative in relation to; a  school trustee.  , Do they attend' work shops,  classes or seminars to be a-  warc* of education needs- and  improveVnerits; what are their  responsibilities in regards to  the', development of our young  people;  of our school finance  ��� ' ��� or do "they just keep . a  watch on. finances;' are they'  provided   with   travelling   ex-  �� -penses and funds to further  their education' pertaining to  their, duties: and! finally ."do  these representatives belong  t*\, other "v^unteerj organizations? 'Thank, you;  Flo  Jeffries.   Sechelt.  Editor's   -note:    [Ask     the  chairman of your l^cal school  Reader thanks all  Editor. The Times:"  SIR���It ii; in my heart, at thSs  time, to say "Tliank you!'.  to all the lovely people witfh  whom I - have wortfed. ih thp  last sixteen yfwrs.--W association member, guidtxr and  commissioner.  S'uclr_Joyalty and: co-^era-  tion. as .1 have experienced is  of-rtie essence of love; and. although the personnel have  .'changed;, the true spirit of  ���guiding has remained thru-  out. -     7  The first^ Sechelt Guide  company was at ;tjhe Indian  residential school, arid was already in "* being when, just  a.bout sixteen . years ago.  Norma Melvio and Etsie'Turner fboth school teachers)  started-the wheels turning for  the formation, of���;a Second  Sechelt Guide co. and for a  Brownie   pack.       -: I  Going back to those days,  with pen in hand, what memories are being evoked. About  that time Bill Morrison started   the   Cub'pack   and   there  was" a Lone Scout, John Clayton,    who    he'ped    him.    But.  ?. enough   of  thi=   digression  ���-  7 back to Guiding.   -     \  X A group, of mothers met  ���and - agreed to form an association. Norma Melvin undertook to _start a Guide Company and Elsie Tomer���the  Brownie Pack. 7  The first members of the  association were:'Ethei Pearson, "Phyllis Parker, Dorothy-  Morrison, Grace -Cook. Irma  Layccck. Doro'.hy Larsoru  Lilian Powell, Mrs. {Derby,  and myself. Some of these  have moved away, my, good  friend, EtfteL has died, and  the rest are more or less inactive. '���-���-._  - But. to fill the gaps at tunes  and to swell the membership  at :other times, and always to  make their "own valuable contribution, have been ���. Margaret Newcomea. Pearl Osborne, Hilda Scott, Holly Mc-  Coll, Hazel Gorden. -Chariotte-  "Jackson, Betty Loniie berg.  Bea Swansah. Elsie. Johnson.  Betty BiUirfgs'ey. Catherine  (Mrs. Jack) Nelson. Pearl Tv-  son. VeL Walker. Ethel Walker, AtIee_.BiUingsiey, Mildred Chambers, Polly Charsj  belrint -Either. Zrat Grethl  Taylor, Emily Strosnihej M.  McKee, H. Fahrni, L. Holden,  J." McKissock, L.'Nygren, K.  Nelson.' Mrs. Ritchie,. J, That-  old,' Laura Potts,. .Harriet  Newton,       Margaret       Lamb.  Bessie   Aldred and   rnzny  others. .���_-"  Some of these ladies' have  also be.en guiders. or hr.Ce  given viable as.4atange to  gUKiers,_ Arid other gutdc-r>  have been LouLse Lang; Joar,  Korgen. Julie, Ladd. MolHe  Moorhouse. JBetty- Allen,- M.  Preudergarst, Rose Morrison.  Phyllis Hicks, Norma GXir.i.%,  Kay Dombroski. Gladys Itit-  ciiie. Peaty La Warne. Florence-De. Ajrsgeiis.- Ruby "Bree-  fte. Rae "Fitzgerald. Mary Red-'  mam .Dorothy Stockwell. "Eofo-  Caidwoli? Retta Ritter; Rachel  Dfxon. Sue_Wood.s ar.d others.  Then too.7 there have f5��?n  "so many other good friends of  Gifiding. *who have always  been ready to help, to teach,  or 'la test, provide transportation and-so .on. - r * "  -And last, bat'by:no means  ��� Ar.f!i^| _SerheIt  RnyaL Canadian - Legion  branch- X~- 140 road races ruru  ac ifacket- Pprk. "Sa-urday.  ;Dee. L4 we-re" in a -sen.-e dis-  "-appointing due to the lack,of  corueslarilsT -     " 7   , "  Jlswvver _ those who - took  psrl" iri. the races 2:re to be  eongraiuL-ittd ,t< the wtneers  all turned ;.-i r.7*r3ark-;bly good  t.rne?^ - -  Ri the 3 mile open..race for  meri.-ahd bsyi 1>Z yezrs irA  ever Fred Biaken-^n. 17 of  Roberts Creek running for  ithe Sunshine Co^st Alhteitc  'Club covered the".distance iri  "c.03.2 "to w;rt saaVver.:. ThL=  b 14.-7.- Us seconds faster than '  the- fcroazc- standard set upjby  the Vancouver Olympic Club.  Mike Foley. 15 of Haifmoon  Bay is.credited with winning  the Pi mile run for boys 15  . and under in 10:05. Considering this is young" Foleys* first  competitive race at this longer distance observers feel his  efforts  were extremeiy  good.  As no contestants for thg-  women-!_":"�� mile_ run showed  up. little - Glenys Macleod "of  Sunshine Coast Athletic^club  ran 3n exhibition, half mile.  Her time was 3.25. As Glenys  is only".-10 yeare old. she has  never fun over 100~^ysrds in  competition and she -finished  the run in remarkably *ir?$h '  condition- her-time' was considered "more than exceptional.   ;     " v    . -'   -  The number of entries for  the -3   races   was   wry"  di��ap-  W  ft '*J  FpR YOUR ClffilSTHfS SEEDS  Choose from a -wonderful selection of  itr] Coro Jewelry ^*- Helena Rub'nstem Cosmetics  ~| -   ��� ic Couft'j Chrt��*mcs Cords!  X\ -ArTree Lights and  Decorationji  } *    �����-. Toys V  PLUS MANY OTHER SUITABLE PERSONAL GIFTS  | -. Tou will be pleased with our assert ment!  f   - - AND OUR Pk'CES^ARE R'GHT'H .-; :  ��  "HOWE SOU  ;;   Gibsons, b.c'  -       '   Phone 836-9852  '���  fa  ;*. 1  HE  ���*C '  -: -*-  '���" U  "v  ,**  ���I E5-"  It  \ Say You Saw It^in 'The Times'  sj  t-ea  *** H "it  vat  tne. perils  -.ances  of* the 5 winners- v.ert- extremely gcod 7 ^nd the . 3  youngsters, art- to - bv -coh-  sgratuJa?ej on -fht-T- -peF^onar  courage.- and cjmpetu;ve  spirit. -" - ���  Holiday Notes  least, have _been, r-^Oiir. husbands, without whose interest  and loving understanding we  could' -not'-continue.4-  These_ people have. enrich-  "eeJr my "life ^nore than they  can   ever   know   and   certain-"  -  Iv  more -titan  I can  ever ex  press. And so. to ail. past and  present,   thankyou.  ^ .     Bettv  Williams  NATIVITY PAGEANT  A nativity pageant' with  Bible readings and singing of  carols wilt be presented by  the girls' auxiiiarj' to~St_ Hilda's Artglican church at the  annual ehurch sciaooi Christmas party oft Saturday, Dec  21  at 7=30 p.m. :  Mr.   and \Mn. Clars^BarcIay.  Seima |park. Ir-ai'e b-r-for..-.  Chmtma*' for Caigar>" to vi*it  their two'.daughters. They m7  tend -to-^tay on into January,  Mrs. E Neatman toId-u*s ht-r  daughter.  Cecele   will  nor be"  ��� hnse for Lhe boUtLiy. ii =��i*^  will ijp- 5n (faty Li"-B|irr-ab;.: ':  Gen��-=d HospkaL Cecelj?T pas-;  sed withrmarks of 23" percent. "  tup of her practical nur>ir.��  SI the Vancouver Vocational  School. i  Chrutmss Day. Mr. and  Mrs. -W. K. Shfir:dan will b-e  entertaining his " parents, the  Wm.r Shcndarls of Clover-  da ie. and hi5 -orather.-^John  ^s\d .famiiy-^ro'm. Vancouver.  Boxir.g Day, --Mane Naylbr.  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OF CARGO       !  ���t  r,  ���:  7*  "   EHQUIRIK INVITED . .. \  Regarding Christmas aad-~i-  New Year charter (Vies. t_  Spend the holiday tritit Hie folks.  A TELEPHONE CAU   {  t�� our Secfcelt efficc  wilt brin^ a modem r��d���� ��su��PP<d  circraft to joa ofca<s.  I  X  Go Jfodern   *   Go Tyee  I- " *"���  Photwex SecheH. 8S5-93��3  ^OFRCEJN THE LOBBY CF SECHELT EUS DEPOT  r a  I ���  .ftf-  tt-i!  NOTE  edi  Appear or|  year tray  a and  the  fens and  (���jilt'ural,  ��ajrieds.  !     Roy  sprents  O READERS: In "'this edition and  tidhs of The Sechelt PejninsMla .Time's  cles w��4ter> by a youipg man who  filing through Central frmetfca, Panb  Caribbean, Sea and liTahdis.  icles Will -jloke the form pf persohal.  'ings rdgarding ecdnqrrric, Jjolitical,  ;rt  {be  f  did  Jolumbia,  ircvince  tides.  |      In the  tdntinenra  ;his locdt'  Mill continifiue  T^HERE are  :-<J)ur  ��� vvay  simulates- an even  X ">  ulancing, ^  nd    elaborate   ���appointments1 0ffjicjai   papers ,  board <  tpfns.     bemts     and; ^^1:    a . ;sttl  i anes.   Hop1"    -"��'*-'"    < ������ ����- -���-  rs  and  s-ji  providing-1  nces  and!  A>  By Ray Grigg  in following  there will  spent nearly  ma, Cplom-  observa-  geogrophic,  nd   socidl   conditions   in   these Jvtfdrementioned  jSrigg has been a resident of G  established a business ther& three  hot time fie has graduated from the Univerf;  worked [in-'various   positions  returned..from his venture in th  hen  near future he expectiftd travel to England and  Europe for ah indefinite period of t-ime: From  "the, series of articles entitled, Views Foreign,  By Ray Grigg   ;  many ways of travelling, srid each  -j    own particuloK merits.*SOne can travel  Vith   tfte   organization' ond   scheduling, that  there    'i  ng bef.ore thje television  '������    luxury  vjoyable  'fer   the  mvenien  dismay. It  reaction?  els,,   mot-bls.-   trail-     of; bo-ots<    ^ { ^.tra    sweaU.r  Ps nra ebpable of:   ont!)  0f .coijrsb.  all    the  comfort*  it alway.'  conveni-.  that  are;  clothing.  �� try, now* tha  turned safely,  ti  1 "\  22u:  of enchanting .(country in all.  degrees; and varieties of cultivation. Within the state  there are woriderous stretches  of wilderness However, this  place Of admirable country  and climate is plagued by  people  Just recentlly .California be-  nost populated  IJnion. Substantial; evidence j reflects this  boast. : Cit$s have stretched  trioir   i bound iries,     merging  came   Vthe     1  state ip  the  with their ne  a settlement :  termed      a  ighbors to form  io vast as to Be  megatropolis.'  bsons since his  years ago. Since  ty Of British  throughout   the  3 lower lati-  Fantastjic superhighways must  4accbmn(iodate  numbeif   of   c  mense   populj  vide the proper movement of  this   populatii  concrete stripi:  the copious  irs of the im-  tions. - To   pro-  >i>   elaborate   of  hve been built.  slicing  through* the  once  na  tural hills anc  diking 'his P'  tive place- to  Los  Angele  beiing prticula  possesses its  the "guided  set. For the  ?ome  writing  sttmtuil    pair  wj'at  w  wtyile  decked   in  eoUld  not I   alw;  j([quired,  it >   make \ travel - ji  easure.     .  But I dd not think| of travel  :; a pleasure. f-be!i<]ve it* is a  sk   whose   objective   is   not  -iilaxatjon;     buit     realization  Neither   shntkl   it   :.lways   b  nor stimulating but     wet ,appeared   a  alternativbs   of  in-1   thjs  country   ah  ���j,    discomfort    and    States. Possibly  (should folrte'r many     know   that   we  a   change..of  we have re- ,'  ���^conceive  of'  e netua!l|v looked  like-  clotheir that  iys be kept  yg a   massive;  clean  aind Muggi  volume!   of    priTfottive    accessaries  on  Qur  bick-s.   Possibly  vagrants   in  1" the\jUn'.u?d _  not:. Bin. 1 do  stimulated   a  be moti-     good deal of curiosity,-aind ac-  vated by the addict on to the- tivated   a   roma  ���?j"dst for'axpe'rien|?)|   In addi-:    m&ny  who  saw  ion  to  th|  qiiestuiiijr experi-     I  ! do    know    tl  eice.   In Addition,  tjhe  sensa-    America   vve  fo.'  fihe -se  IdLsres  tion  of mpvement, [disrespect     deirstandihg ���    between       out  for   convention,   thaj love   of    countries  as  w��  Impetuosiw. and   thf intrigue:   mcrable:    friends     ;md, .met  innumerable     pi  knovsv  fhat   vve   brought   Can  adja,.a country in. manyiplaces  mi>:t    even ���  heard  J0^    much  closer (Jo ipany Jllfferajes. We;  i?ation" : by.  seems a city  uninhapita^le,  moire  like:the 1  machines thai  delicate    mot  beings'.   EVen  pedestrians   h  streets   sugge  of   the   Vame  present     on-.  People,;   -rObbi  ness.        throl 1  everywhere  h  ���makes" one  valleys and. re-  iitentially attrac-  a  wasteland  of  qement  arterijfes  and  speeding  projectiles.  LQS  ANGELES  strikes   mo_as  rly g\iil%ty of the  injustice inflicted upon "civil  'civilization."   It  that has bee&njie  It's  pulse  fedls  mad  racing. ;bf  the gftntle and  on    of    human  the   activity: of  the   downtown  ;t , the   presence  mania   that   il  the     highways.  d   of   humanli-;  .    neurotica lly  a  mahner that  oubt   that   they  was P(  50 vea  Balirhcon Bay  By Tl^lma McLean    ,  JESS ME1 KLE DIES    ������  Mrs. Jt^s Miekle of Wel-  c0tne Bea|h, long time resident and I active community  worker diifd in St. Paul's hospital, ShtL held executive  positions "m many worthy organization?, V.O.N.,; Redwell  Communitji association. Half-  moon Bay Improvement association. She was also a  member Of the aircraft observer cdftps during- World  War- II. Sjhe is predeceased  by her hysband.  TRAVEL  NEWS  Mr.^and Mrs, James Schutz  and famiH- of Squamish were  guests, of ]Mr. and Mrs. Doug  Foley on |the ^weekend,  The Te<i Surte.es. spent the  wee^knd in Vancouver, guests  of son Jcp n. Mrs. J. H. Mc-'  Lean has entered Burnaby  Genenil H jspital, for surgery:  Mis. [Pat! Murphy has returned frOxi her Visit to Edmonton, .fiflrs: Ileissie Pifko is  visiting iijs Vancouver for a  few day3,i". ��� �����        ,  Mr., ind L-M-rs. Pete Hanson  of MiddM Pdmt have returned from '% two month trip to  Sweden  W jet. airliner.  Thfs  rs i^nd they; visited his  ijrotheri! aitd relatives,  - Bab  fron  trip to  l.S  Cnhnmgham   reiurned  n.iiinsuccessful  hunting  were  .��ause  the   rate  hour.  ;W-e;}s Grey Park. They  fohi  ��f  ed to return be-  now was falling at  of   four . inches   an  ntic   urge   in  and  met   us.  tit    in  : Latin  tered   ah   un-  are .  still     representatives    of  that- proud   ceature.  ���    The   smog   is   a   curse   that  ���infiltrates      everywhere      and,  thiieatens . the   life   of tevery-'  thing. "It   is 1 the   sewage   of  millions  of ncing  engines, of  the    excretion . of    chimneys,  cigars   and   cigarettes,   of 'all  the  manifestations  of  the existence    of   a,. super-civilized  people. Their  air thickly as  But.  there  is  inade   innu-     srnarts   the   eves   and   iritbtes  Ople.     I     do  >.f- other ralaces:  these  things  1 stivatc me to travel.  T-'have  sampled  She   "tourist"  method  and   hive  found  |t   boring,   expensive  and   tin-     _,_ ���_  ., ^     ,���.   .,. _  J ^ulightenin j.   It   cor^iposes <an ���  jfn^pired  iri   them lour, friend-  ' individual - who   is 1 generally    fthip,   uhdetrstandipg.   and    re-  the -throat. In  te[(  vkward tc  ecause hci is out of  "ksi-f^  spect whilp thej  feciprocated  hjitional   context-   Ifj" he   does w|it|h  theiri. We  thught  them  ji>t'"adjust,  he may .[assume a; thfft    we   iare     iniqiie   as s.a  'llamboyance  that  rrfakes  him; naiion.    ''"listed   Americanos?  'lie.   subject    of    rir|icule.'. "In- they,   wouljd   ask.  ."N*- Cana-  -''or'  countries  theref.is  noth- diienses!"   we   alvays  answer-  g   'more   conspicuous    than edl   And   nearly   always   they  the.- ostenic.tious  tourist  strid-; returned   a   smile 'that -signi-  iijig confidently arid j offensive- fi���jd  -   Less      suspicion       and  through    the    mbdesty    of! heiralded the  be  loverty. if dislike baing either understanding   t  ai "tourist!" or consaicuous for exist.   L know tl  oth    disfv rbs   %he j authentic be    many   of  |Sltmcspherc   that  'isjso  esseh-i fojks    who'  wil  .|tpal     in'    understanding     and; member     the  '[feeling"        ahv       mii-ritrv       nrt dipn��:i��s;"   who  filth clogs t4ie  an autumn ''f<pg.  no  freshness!. : It  ginning of an  iat will long  lat'tlgere will  hese humble  always re-  two "Cana- .  cojuntry     or|   .die.nses" who trudged through  iovy,-also  that  lace. If one is to acquire the,   their  lives.  I  k  ost   intiiiate   and   accurate'   thiese  two  "Can idienses11���-will  iequaintajn re   with   a   peoplej    ne;vei ..'orget tht  it ��� is' best'13 become, as d'eeplyj    their countries,  submerged   in   their   envirpn-t.  ent as,; possible with a minj  WHAT'S   TO   fOLLOW  of  this  first  to:  give    the  1 1 "i"--���". ~-.\r\  *."���   "L"" 7" 'c>"i       The  intention  imum of disruption to it. So,;    instalment    is  adjusted,: Biscoveripg   that.. I-   r^ader an sinfiic|atiorl 6f what  did"   not   prefer   travelling \��-   - ��� -.    r   .  short  dis a ice  at aj great ex-  rather going a lohr  vith   less   expendii-  pense bu  ger   way  tiire  while at  th��6 feame tim4;  more ' clpsely   -4iea|:'hing the  heart   and Ipulse  oi;  the lives  and  .  envinonment     of the  peoplie.  The premise  is quite  is! to fellow  in  aifjd to act as a  ike acquisition  of information  solely- for it's own: purpose is  the heat of day  ti\e air is sorretimes so deple-  id of oxygeii that one finds  oneself pant ng. The lung  cancer .rate. 1 at; increased 85  per cent durilig the past 10  years. This is. one of the many  predicaments of a sountry  that boasts- tl|ie highest stan-j  dard of living  in the world.  Bear this ei y in mind when  you read abcut peasants living frugally on a barren and  arid hill, living with ohly the  barest of .material necessities.  Think of t leir stick and  thatched   huts   of   only   one  They  sleep    fan    dirt  se people and  room.  floors and iook over open  fires. But the air is clean and  nature pure. An infinity of  stars entertains each night:  They awake to the freshness  of (fnorning a id slowly :pursue  the day's labours. Their minds  are uncluttered with commercial arid political propaganda.  Consider ani remember all  this bi'fore you judge or envy  or sympathize. ���  first return trip fh   , , r_=__^S ; _.. -;-    -~r- r-   JUW UUM><witMMWUM>��MWW>��<UWMMW<MW������i����W����WAIUMMyi**AAA<*��W>��<��*<��W  WHO'S SEEN OQLDIE?  SmolCwhite, port sponiei dog,'  t2 yrsviold. Lost in West Sechelt  area.  Please phone* Barb  Higginson 885-9655.  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PeoP]e  are .1 iqlmed.. to   be-  ward. iThe   only   cOncreteness "eve  1haf the   United- States  about-the   venturi   was   my and Canada ar,? in possession  English  .comp^nionf,   Mikie,   a :. ��<f a standard of lhaag that is  ride from Van;ouv^r to Mexi-,   cpmrnendably high. Such njs.  ccf   City, and   our \equipment tie  true  in  mo:;t  respects  but  that wad the barest of essen- "lot  a'M-   There  are   conditions  tials. We-each carrfed a ruck- J^duoted by th ? mere process  sa^k    stuffed    with    sleeping ��f   becoming   'civlljzed"   that  tens accompanied  kerosene   cook  plete with  a  begs, a itent thati we hoped  would b3. both water and in-  sec*. ,prqjf,  ran ^;ar,  a  tiny  tng  stove   com-  pot,  water carj-  ta'blets fpr wa  a  machete, our pafespor.ts; a^nd :^tahtia^;ponic^.^or i^  3y chlorine  ter purification,  .'   a^-e contrary"to the'eoncept of  "civilization." 6 To? me the-  State of California is aft excellent example of ttyis ironical twist in human evolution.  California i; a . beautiful  state of great variety' A sub-  of iti. consist  PECiM THIS WEEK  OCK - PLYWOOD - ARBORITE  Phone 886-2S08  Scry You Sawlt ln\'The Times'  "���A  smmsMam  uppreeiute  a Pair <��# these  The New  Cossack Boot  ut  Worm fleece lined.- Hi c  reptile uppers. 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When Jesus -came to  earth.?d' that we cculd know  vrha't God is like, the revela--  tuin began in the humble surroundings, of a stable.--If we  sre looking for .a Saviour at"  Christmas we will" find Him  in \hc love and wonder"of* the.  Nativity. This is-.what Christmas is oil about' The--tinsel.  the * lavish food. the".costly  presents aren't the core of  Christmas. The core of Christ-  mas is. Christ.  Lowell Atkinson recalls -a  story that once upon a time  preparations were being made  for a giant feast. A great  throng would, ba 'at thus festive4 occasion. When the preparations w.ere completed,  everyone joined -for the feast.  Suddenly someone saidt���-But  where is the guest of hon-^  our?" In the bustle of all the'  expensive preparations, ev-,  erybofly had. forgotten,; to in-  . vjte the guest of honour. The  people; and the�� banquet were  tlrere. but the guest of honour  hadn't even Seen considered-  In our crowded Christmas  schedule, with ample preparations. ;wirh gift buying and.  festivities., let us remember  what Christmas is all about���  let us remember THE -Guest  of Honourt Let us place the  emphasis 'of   our   Christmas  ^i-'i-'i&il  t ii Vs. _ .-  7 - jomiuQUa  TofessecC Unristmas  ~ Mav-the joys cf Christmas  ring out, feud and clear  to warm veur heart anew.  Dieter's TtV.  and Hi-Fi  Service^  GIBSONS  oh the Babe of l&jthlehem.  May the love of Gcd through  Jesus Christ flood our festivities, our *" homes ~snd "our  hearts   this   Christmas.  Couple celebrate  Golden anniversary  MR.; AND Mrsr-S. Dawe Jwifi  celebrate their golden "wedding anniversary  on  Sunday,  December 29. J  Mrs. Dawe was the first  white child to corpe to ] Sechelt, arriving in April 1394--  aF five months of ."age. ;She  left Sechelt to get married.  "We" couldn't get. married" in"  Sechelt in those days." I ihe  says.   They  were - married < at  AH Saints in Vancouver!"! ���  *       i  -  They will hold an si home  between the hours of 2:30; and  5  nr���the afternoon,   and flt^S  in  the evening. f  The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed.^Dee. 181 W6$ Pane 9  ���<���������^M   III      ���    lllll.lll.   IIMII���������        || M^���1,|     II     |    | M���    ���.������-!! !���������.���    f-,   | I   i^.m |      I I   ,���,���������     I.���itI���  ���������������^������- ��� ���       --  -       - .    ___.       ^^^^  tmim  Best wishes fof a day  , 01edwtlihzppirist. "  f   Sechelt &tr  j Service! Ltd.  \PX>. Bo* 9*r^el4lr, B.C.  |    Tef��#ksaer |SS-*"50S   -  Do YourChristmas  itigNow  GOV'T INSPECTED  &^?t0m^��M^^ OR OVER  10 LBS.  TO  16 LBS.  .= LB.  Beady tq Eat  %" Skinned  - -   ^^'���s.^yGs.-'-S  Shank  Portion  LB.  LB.  ���if*'  l- h  ^j.  tXA  '*?*,������  i *  *- -A  Centre Cut-  Ham Steaks  Fruit Cocktail ?  Hunts, *  5-or.  2  mm  tins I  Pariy-Crackers ^��Hw ;: 37  i-:  ���.��*:  ���x  l-V  Tomato Ju  Nabob ��ancy, 20 o1  CI  Cut Green BeansS ��/  Coffee  Albert Butter i ��L  Mt tins &LJF  fit tins -S^F   ~"  ��� 57c  Shortbread fingers  McCormtcks, pkg _-���;  Maple Leaf.  ^l6Tor.l  Local m  J  Fresh [Daily ��� ;^  tdltf 6 / l*\$$*   Fresh [Daily _  Ritz Biscuits  dor.  Cheese Spread  Stuffed OlivesX"^B-  Frozen;Peas u'rd..  Ice Cream  Christies,  8 or. pkg.  28c   Soft Drinks  Wood" vale  White Rocli  All Flavors 1 -  Jsl for tj5*jl  7*^49c  *  Ur ����j$  - ~ \        \  pints  10,1^9'  BRUSSfL SPROUTS  McGAVIN'S LIGHT KOLIDAT  Fresh  lb.  SWEEF POTATOES  1 lb.  12 or.    1.09  Phone 885-4416 - FREE DELIVERY  MARKET -- SECHELT  PRICES EFFECTIVE:  DECEMBER 19th TO DECEMBER 24th {Inclusive)  ���MS,^m.-!f,',|���myi^^���mmYJ^-!fM  �� >~,:,.�� ^^ ^^^^-^  .*** iX  SI   Tl.  HELT r.  JENINSTJLA  35  id  77i<?_." r/ww /iMs Co/'/f  ���tajji  "7  ffH 0/ Ma/jy T/iJiX?^ vf-Shoes  Wedijesday,| DeCemhcr 18, l��f63  - -"     i       '     I  ,R 10 was qhe I fifteenth  Celebration of   and   Human  DECEN  the. leciaratiqn of hitman rights upon svfrich  the charier of the United Nationf, is basecj, it  pledges ti >j'maintain pedce and seeuitity; to devjelop!  friendly relations amoni* nations; tq- achieve'inteF-  rCspect for  dbms; and  actions of tl  %er  "f nifty bef wrc  hiil I sltgU 'miff he s  aPty fiifil to s\iy  what llbtjltevf-to b  ) wrong  promote,  huthan rights, and fundamental free-  ntonizing the  national cooperation in  economic, social,- cultfiral,  ��*  1&'  |1 1N\*>TEa5 of the usual Christmak, candy treat,!   tdoth deca)  bothfcechelt and (j}'bsons PT4"s are showing;   Sound teetji  o be a Center for harr  lie nations in the attainment of these  common ent ;s.  - And th 2 best place to start is atl home  him balance.  ��-'!  .. i  ���;.  -  .':.:'  .>r  ,lr  jl good Senjse by treating  Walt'Dis iey frlm.  Eaci year the sctopl board [spends a isut-j  stantial s int-of money on a dental program to re-i  pair cavities in the "teeth of elementary school!  children' vitile in the past school-sponsored organizations '4 ivje��each ohildteJbag of bandies ai Christ  mas.    ,"'.: j' ���; . \. ;  This -not only encourages a direct attack on!  ihe .enanjel .of the teeth, it also predisposes toi  the school children to a    plos-its deriv< d from the food we eat.  cjarbohydrat  OtllR sympathies go put to the young mother  ��� whose seven weejk ojld infant died duje to  suffocation.* This should alert all nothers to the  idanger cf using plastic materials around jbivbiesj  ahd small children.  In 1 his ease, a plast-lc pillow  a crib mattress cover ���r- av-pbrfectly Icje  ipn to keep a crib: mattress dify and san(taryt  as..  sol __  .Itplllld appear to be a'm^ich hiore efficient cbverj  'h^than one that slips out of plice.'jThe ^heei  |;6yejring thei, plastic ��s3ipped hsidz asl the ibabi  cned h s head back alnd forth, and his face|"wa^  efliel Plastkf  rignt.-  OHN ATKIN  hMina tion r  pakjes Jobs  (ithelstip Record)     f  AUTOIMJATIC|N!   that   spe|-'tor  of. unemployment   is not always a-1). if is accused .of beinl.  by upsettilng the calc  are maintained by goo< 1 calcium de  Concentrated  ss,.i candks in this casi, trigger the  secretion of strongly alkaline invertir g ejjzyrnes to  b|reak them dopvn so they can be assinulatjed by  tjie body. These enzymes; also torn t���alchemical  cbmbinatior wjith the calcium .and render j it Insoluble so i cannot*- be ukdd, and it is eliminated,  upsetting the body's calcium balaijc:  i Congratulations to the PTA's for their com-  njion sense approach to Christmas.,  ,-Y  ih dired Co itact with the plastic. Ea  :h breath he  tried to t'ak': siiicked, the plastic cover up into his  rjostrils and tjhroat.. It was only a matter of  seconds. j  Let this be a warning. Removi ail plastic  slip) was used! pateriats" fi om the reach of child^enl young and  eld. Even t fe plastic covers"'on garments hanging  i ti clothes c upboards present a "hrdardl Suppose a  child playirg hide-and-seek becanie entangled in  one of these non-porolis garment bags? It takes  Pnly a few seconds to snuff out a life tip's way,  I      Let's rot. repeat this tragedy .1  Mom-bej's of pie House Appro-  pria-'tionp comniirtes receive'J  a fii-st-hand ��� lessqt; in auto  mation'i advantages whei  they h^ard reprcsenCafives cf  the Internal Rover ue Service  justify ja request for an addi  tional 2L999 (bmployees on the  ground that iautom ited record  handling mape them neces-  sai-y...  ;s \  It appieared, after somewhiit  bewildered questioning by the  lawmakeiTJ. [that automate tj  record - centetis we re proyili &  so efficient they \.*ere' biunji\;  ing to light a greutly expanded number of income^ t-gx\  returns jwjith quest ionah&l'^}i-  tries. An augmenttid iodreeX&t  agente^was required to|��heqK-  out' these1 adpitioral   returns.  Proponents -M automation  have beer| sajylng thatc| ^��nj^  process ��� or- technique , which  accomplishes an erd faster Or  cheaper.'than its ])rede)cessor.  is boun4 to crea;e jobs by  opening  up  nt-w  narketg.   To  Minute Messages  sknl by Mis-. II. K. Campbell  1-IARS ago the Prophet Isaiah  ooked !lWw ai d to the eomihg  'of/IOne \<?ho wouUl bring light  to "the. rttsoplii that walked in  .Jaknc^s, This light did como  i/i   Ihe   hrrlh   erf   Jesus.   When  .: :  us \m.t|s -lj.orn,- people were  I sliinlblipj! in darkness of  lurwertainly about C��o<l and the  despair of their own sins. Into  thii- darkness Jesus came, as  "lite Lighl :of the world", re-  veiiling by H.is words and deeds  whit God \vas like. ������'Ho. that"  hath seen rrie, hath seen the  Father." God had come to earth  in i form that they could understand., j Jesus is the Light  wh ch gi\jes men life, just ai ihe  sun givds life to vegetation,  so our lives are irradjated with  the Light of the Presence of  ���Jesus Christ,1 ;  DAYj'S technologicjal advartces coupled; witljt  natures'^bundanfb have produced a sdturar  tidn:wh.:Teby tmr tables, at  Christmas' will  be  gnfeed with.plenty. But siirfeit jio^s no|t make for  happiness; on u^iecontrary the happiest  thokevvho have learned 1,3 give' and to  Giv  ing and sharing] are not  o  necessarily limited  HAVI? you heard the trijie stoiy j:he B.C. Automobile Association tells aDOUt the motorist,  whofcdt 8150,000 to try tp win 4 <^ents? Theodd^:  3,75a;&f0tbl!  \ ii I L ' ��� *���       '  THife man was-a friendly felfow who had a  nice wile and three fine  occasions rdund of goll'  side. Hej never lost mo^e.than Si  persoi who  people arc  share.  eitV  tjo material things. Life itseilf is comprised of two  prime imp ilses���-the -search, for beaut>| and the  be sure, i(rt order  tial   advantage   to  there mu$t! he a  cost,   and! pxpimsh  a   prime Wrgel   fo  reduction '��� p|rogi\am  . Automation Ms  the goat, by 1 many  -hide the real causes of unemployment. ��Whatl part   has  in  fiation anid tlhe itO-  for ^eTcample,'  the   mabi.Uty  sumers to affordl t'ot'ninodities  they ml&Kt Others nse have  purchased? Ahd nearly every-  or the ini-  be gained,  oworing pf  e labbr is  - jafty .cost  been made  who would  Reflection  I belieW ;in Santa Claus  By Marilyn Boser I  BV. whatever name he is.called  throughout ; the ��� world���Santa  Claus, Kriss Kringle, or Saint  Nicholas���this short, fat, red  bundle of jollity has" given joy  10 thousands of children���at  rhripmia.stimc. According, to  radhion, every Christmas Eve  >3nta Clans Iravels_acroSs the  : ky in a sleigh pulled by eight  flying reindeer, and leaves a gift  for every child in the land. To  my way ofhhinking, this is a  f ne belief to foster in a young  child's mind; Christmas, as welf  at being a spiritual holiday, ;is  also a gay,; happy celebration  arid 5>aota Claus is ihe heart and :  sold of. this gaiety. Thus, ^a  yobng child; who does not live  cent dollar,! an 'adult wa^y of life is entitled  ctyn nibuted    to] to   enjoy   fantasy   and   Sania  of;   fhany    con- \ ClaUs inJiis^eariy youth.,.  Mom of us w^uldn'i deny that  there is a real spirit to;. Christ^  Escape of lbnejliness. Look about you blfore you ; one   sechns  to| b^  in" general j*1138-   l>oih 7rk|igious and gay,  ��iit down 4 vbur> Yulettde feast. Is therfe a lone   affrecmeht-thait high taxation and  for  the ^youngster's who  h-    1S druSging the economy and don't   graspi the  spiritual   side  childlrerj. He liked an  with 4 sjnall ]bet on the"  . certainly  didn't ait.the part of d'p'ersoh -jvho would risk  $ 150,0^ ) for 4 cents. Bt t he die ,'U   -i ;-_* ]  - It happened ��/hile he wa; driving to work  one day He. was late and hurylng. The traffijc  light \Va4 -.alntber ���.,.. .he. aced it, ajnd lost ���-.".;. to,|a  truck.! . \ ������'��� ���    .    !    -'.^     J '--' 7.   .-'!.   , j '  Th' it's- where the lo lg odds came in. He| carried $2-l5Q> an hour ��� $4000 a yekr. TJiat njiinu^e  he gjamt led at-the ambej^ light was worth 4j cents  of his pay. But at agel!35, hej cpuld reasonabljy  expelctltp-work another 3X0 yeaijs beforexethjiiig^t |  65. fhi:/"amount he  \Vould jearn  \VJould tot^I    |  '-   ^ :\    '   :'r"t- '    '������ ���  ���   '"'   '      J-       !'  The �� 'umbMand Ch)rh tfma&Tree  "By Jake Bell  ..'���TvfraSyjiist at. twtlightl arrived tieiie,,    - '  '.;  5^At the new Christmas-tree in 3u- village square.  ,On th^-symbol of love and beaut/, so ifare,  As Tstodapd'watched!in the (00livening air,  Soft' twi rling shovvfiakes fell JiiC k praVer.   ^  -:      :"* A'"        ..'���   " -"     - --.        .      "   -;-    -7  Transfo'ming beauty into sp eh dor_and -grace,  With(lighfs shining through siher films of lace.  I thpuglt at the, inoment of a ch Id's gentle face,  ,.ftow thair eyes v^sth delight set Amotion japaee  In the wprst of p$r kind���rfuli o^ grftilt ar|d disgrace.  prUonesomi: individual whos^ day you cou|d brig  ten by an iavitationto shard your] table ���apd your  friendship? "���-   .'. ."     |  $���150,000.      " ,    '  ' ���  j7. Motorists like^this man, we'll just call\ him  Joe, risk a lifetime every day in order to gain a  tjew second 5. No one sits,down at a card'gamel and  Ijijattles thefe terrific odds, but mariythousands do  ii every da 7 when they sit down behind th& vv^ieel  ipf theirautamobile. I  It is rally worth it? S15|),000 or more fof 4  Cents... 3J750,000-to-i odds?     ;       .  ^holding  up  the  j employment.     \  j     Regrettable \  > to seo 'thft^colorfu:  repiaced^by mm  shops and assem^>  "-[yet,   Santa faaus   exemplifies  ) Christmas. ;..H$   affords   them  w,^' excitement, colour," and a dash  ^SSSei0^ unrealily;. He broadens their  lines, who | '^^'nat'ons and .heightens their  can djeny  that nffire yObs ttnd ; appreciation of this holiday. To  :<tgtS!���^��!S'SS��,St������,�����,Sa,^^BSl5^*S2g^��,S^'S��^  S  greater   consumer  were  the   results*  is not the culprit  troubles.** but  it  ia  less   scapegoat   fo_r _ thoW  prefer not to plac^  where  it  belong  /   ^   Trust everybody;  the cards.  ���I      -  satisfaction; those   who   might   argue  that  AuWatton fantasy is harmful and may pre-  nomic 1  sr^���* j vent a child;from distinguishing '  who i  the  I'  !�����'  M  If  tf  W  Sf  I  4f  51"  sf  trf  u  a'  H  H  if  easons Greetings  Again the Festive time draws near,  ��Fpr Holiday and Christmas Cheerj i    ���  So many things we'd like to say',   1 .   ���*  And wjth good wishesi speed your'way.  ���   ���  . ���''    - ��� **    "-       I ;-  \We*wish you da]j's of undimmed joy, '   ��� , V  And gladsome hburs without alloy, -    ���' ��� 1  And Jiappy gatherings of families true  With many friends^���both old and new..  To these we'd also have you add,  The many things whi<,th make you glad,  ~       There's Freedom of ISVorship, and bells that ring  The 'taken-for-grantjdd', and thobeautiful thing.  Then mayyoujjiause, and think awhile, ���  ��   Ofallthe blessings* without guiler  With which yo|r year has been much bless  Like Trust, Fakh, Love and Happiness.  reality from fancy. 1 say that as  blame'ne   grows older,   his  common  - , sense will change his avid  bc-  - j lief in Santa Claus to an appre-  but   ciit���! cation for this fat, joffy soul  {who provides so much pleasure  for the younger generation. \  However, there is an ever-  increasing   .drawback    to    the  Christmas season that changes  its real value This eelebration  is a joyful one. honouring arid  J|j celebrpting jhe birth of Christ.  "? i our Saviour. Thus, it is fundamentally   religious.   But ��� today.  Christmas seems more material  than spiritual,  and  many  gifts  (from  Santa  Claus)   seem the .  order of the; day. 1 believe thiit  if  Santa   moderates   gift-giving-  and emphasizes the spiritual side  of   Christmas,   we   will   have  achieved the true spirit of this  festive season.  ft  n'  3  ���a  ���A  fi  ft  *.���  a  ���*!���  ft  ft  ��  ft  i%  <��'���  I  a  *���  ��  Sechelt PEN*NSULA^����eA  Published Wednesdays  at Sechelt  on B.G's Sunshine Coast  ���������{ b*  Sechelt Penmsuja Times Ltd.  Box 381j- Sechelt. B.C.  Serving the urea from  Port Mellon to F.gmont  (Howe Saiitul tirjervis Inlet)  Joan bonley. Editor  S. Ii. A Isgitrcli, Publisher  Subscripticfn Rates:  .   (in advance)  1 Year, $5 - 5 Years, $9  ��� ' 3 Years 513   ,  .i...���piuii|  .-Sh..^  ;������������ , ���u.'i.lJSJUiS.'���:."J1..'-K.-. JM ���l.�� THif '  "\  Shower held for  bride-elect  A  MfSCELU'i.NEOUg'^hotver  held   in   honor 7 of     Keien  Hanna.     whose     marriage   to  Garry  Butler will   take  place  ^December 2istr_iKas; given by .  Mrs. Robert ALsitgsr." The_Kos-  tess presented the bride-elect  with a- beautiful j carnation  corsaee. Th- s: it-rilled basket  and bride-elert's -chair were  decorated in wake and" pink  pom poms. A -heart-shaped  cake was "beautifully decorated-by Mrs. Fred Feeney. "  There wsre 15 close friends  present, including tiie bride-  eTc-et's mother. Mrs, W; T.  Hanna, her aunt, Edna West  and her sister Mrs. A. Klein;  Mrs. E. L. Butler and the tatter's daughter Sharon McKay.  Terry Hanna assisted her  sister opening the' many useful   gifts.   Refreshments  were .  - served   by.  Mrs.   R.   Alsager  and Mrs. J.  Skellei. ably" assisted   by   Karen, and���Ginny'  Alsager. . -.   . .  The Sechelt PeninsulaTimes,, Wcd.t Dec. 18, 1963 Pcge II  The beatnik is rapidly going the way of the-buffalo, to  which he bears a strong resemblance. .  1*KJ  .-<&*  T*X?e  Sechelt, B.C., about 1900 .  By Phyllis M. Hodgson . . .  "Autumn Leaves" ideal |  present for Christmas    .]  THIS is one- of a collection of articles from Phyllis (vK.  -Hodgson's recently-published booklet, Autumn Leaves.  Written in retirement, this booklet contains a vcrfety ;faf  articles, many of"the B.C.. coast, and makes a delightful  Christmas present. The.following is on excerpt:. _     1  i  .Mrs. Binns speaks  io .Gibsons PTA  "WE are living in fari ern'.o-  -sion of fcscw'edse.^'ssid I��lrs.  G- Binns. president cf the  -~*-v.-- *. tu*�����&.iun .*^,.t.n ^^?-^^���  "ing. at CiC- Gibsons eIerr-��rr.Tiry  PTA; She ^briefly _ outlined  how., from small be^n;ng.s  during   "vTerld   V/ar   I.   PTA's.  members'* workisg as aiis tc  scnoois. - p -  Mrs. Binns touched ' Tchtlv  -a: U.3.C..-the scfao-ols <I home -  education" fostc-red by" FT A���  or. some of the pru'^reii in  economics and music, decrees  "in. .library and :a .collect vi  education. TThey arc- r.ow  workiag-- on a faculty o�� dentistry. " -':���.'  On the elementary. scene  they have worked to have  grade seven held at the elementary ^ level.- and. -to have  kindergartens established as  part of the school system.  They have also pushed fc-r  safety - programs:   and " reme-  2 ^ C^C- ^C��s~f��T���.:  i enerauv  .aev  ���<"*"*  J0m  FIVE CHIEFS WITH  , vision X: v "  Following the - blacktop for  twenty miles from the Ferry  terminus at Langdale," B.C.  and you arrive at the progressive   little   village   of  Sechelt  -  on the Seehek Peninsula, just  forty  miles from  Vancouver;  .Once,   a  sleepy  little   tourist attraction,  Sechelt  recently gained" the status of a vil-  _-lage ��� a fast growing prosperous- village ^��� with men  of vision at the helm.   *   -  *Large modern stores and"  offices have replaced the  small wooden buildings. Gracious .homes.-stand- amid landscaped gardens, and the once  narrow   trails   with .the   ox-  " drawn carts have green way  to wide roads and" long automobiles.  The- years - have brought  many changes^but- the beautiful Catholic church- ��� Our  ���; Lady of the Lourdes ��� still  stands a stately landmark on  Sechelfs waterfront, overlooking the Strait of~ Georgia.  Our Lady of the Lourdes is  a large and beautiful church  with a unique history. Before  the turn  of  the   century,  the  spective chiefs: Chief Johnny.  Chief    Julius,*  Chief    Alexis.  Chief - Captain   Charley     and  Chief Torn journeyed to New  Westminster. There, they discussed   with the   priests   aKd  trie .Catholic Mission the pOs^  sfbility of building a. church.  .    Sechelt--   was     elected    the   -,  spot and" in  1890 "The church.  was built 'oa tSe  Indian Re-  serve there, A big'white four"-  towered   building,  dominating -  the landscape for miles, with7  the    tribes    travelling    great  distances by canoe to worship  at their new-church.      -    j  -In ; 1906. the _ whole community was saddened when  fire destroyed the churcrt but  with, faith and courage and  strong hearts, the Indians lost  no time "in ljullding anotfeer.  They donated the lumber  used in re-building, they also  donated a - generous; portion  of their earrings from the  fishing and logging industry.  The - Indian^ women worked  with the same enthusiasm; as_  the; women of today; Tbey-'cut  lumber. They fished and they  dug tor clams with tiny two  speared   forks.  These  deiicac  .dial  . are -working to have tie  ily allowance extended to- 18  years if the child remains _ in  -school.. ~ -_-  ���PTA . "supports,    the' " high *  -sch-ool    conference    a:    U3C  ar.d have" established schokir-  .     home     economics.  lr-*j^  *  lv ���-i=-  ��--v,w  -7-f"  t- r  , f  f  ���snips    ii  child. welfare 'arid for. the  native Indian. They are also  interested in more ar.d better  school libraries,  ' 'Mrs. Binns. felt PTA is -an  excellent place, to keep informed of the changes in education ar.d why these changes  are necessarv.   *���  L  " ).. " * ' ^  i   ' -.   -      - "I    j  -:  -   MAY THIS HCvi SEASCM  ER1KG  TOYOU-ALL-  BL��*s*SlKGS pFiTRUE  '���]-   KAFPiNgsi;-"-    -  ���     i '     "-" ^_ ir-^   ;* "     '      "  ."I .   - "'"^      I       '      ;*  Gurinar janjd  Mkril yn Wizard1  7   I"" SECHELjT p-  0*\M  U '" ���*[  ���-"f'T A'  *xM:  ;��� '*-���&  ���*;������  ��� "*il  ,.'.'. :#  '���--ry.  $h  1.-1". ���  :#  ' -.�����':  t ���*:  USE S TIMES     Ct-ASSIFIED  *rT"nrrrrrrrj'rnfnfnnnrjinfr..nri.rrrrni *" m~~ r" "TT' " J*jirj" " ��� -"*  For III Your Insurance Meeds  AUTO - FIRE - DOMESTIC  BUSINESS - COMMERCIAL  Discuss yctir requirements with^Chcdes Gct^rcc'e^  -      "   *    "   (20 yrs. experience}  _      - j        ;'.  Charles English Ltd.   ^i"e [  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre - \        ,     -    !Gfc<cns  Phone 1886-2431; ResJ886-2785  |  t-   -     ��-  Indian   populatioh   along   this^' ies, along with more substan-  .   . jJlnclaworldol  Joy to you and yours.  "PENINSULA  r     HOTEL  Mike and Staff.  NEW YEARS EVE  SMORGASBORD  DECEMBER 3t  tugged coastline- of British  Columbia, was vastly scat-  Jtered.T-Covering. the territory  from the far end .of Jer\'is  Inlet ,���-some forty-five miles  from Sechelt -^- clear Ttown to  Porpoise Bay" This scattered  area - combined with the terrain of -the country made it  a difficult task to bring the  gospel, to  the  Indians.  In a small armada- of boats,  the priests  would attempt to  tial fare, they fed to the hun-  ,gry workers. \        -J     ' ;  "The   Church   today,   stands  an  impressive  landmark.: tall  and" white. - glistening   h% (the  sun ��� "only  the- architecture-  differing a little from: the'original.   ".       ." |   -  '  -'--All who visit Gur^Es.dy of  the   Lootdes..   leave    with  a  profound feeling of reverence ~  and perhaps -a thankful heart *  to   those   five   chiels   of ksng  cover the entire area." but this  was   a  long  and  tedious job.   _af��* . "7        *   . "    ).  The    only   solution   to   their - . \- |  SScTat Teenti ^iof  dinettes entertain  It is here where five Indian  Chiefs played an important  .role in Church history"^  Braves from Jervis Inlet.  Deserted Bay, Bucaneer Bay,  Pender Harbour ahd Porpoise  Bay",, together w-ith   their  re-  DO IT "BETTERTVVITH  If it's electrical come to us for expert  workmanship .  .  . -   ^  ���A-COMMERCIAL        ���INDUSTRIAL  "��� RESIDENTIAL -,  APPLIANCES ��� ELECTRIC HEATING  P&1  ELECTRIC^ i/TB..  ~     ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  Phone 885-2062  Sechelt- lunettes entertained* six guests at their Chris't%���  mas. dinner, meeting {last  week." They, were- most | appreciative of Edie Laidlkw's  fine dinner, beautiful table"  decorations and cheerful; at-, -  trrosphere. - After dinner  ga?aes were--played. i>ngs  sung and gift exchanged] -  Money earned by the3Cin--  e'!tes for catering at -thejposT  and  Gun Club  banquet" went  toward   the. Kinett'e   hospital  fund. "}  ^#*Y -���  -U'  c-**-> --  iHafigoli fe'^  ���-������A*v ***15  i " f Ul " *�� *-*7  'X;i  'i'V.  , ������-  9i  i   <iJ-<i  i-tV,  ?* ";  ' ������?  '^  .; ��  -!\v  ?;���  7*- *���  i^'  ���*    5  ,'*   ::,���  j. i  ;i!i'  ..1?  '.'sj  AH joys that you desire, ~  ait blessings that God may Ijeslow,   ;  *we pray will be yours this Christinas,  -;  STAFF- end MANAGEMENT  THRIFTEE :STOE?S  Gibsons, B^�� 7   I  vk  ^:*>  v .*-  .t.i  7 V  , ' ;-.  ���',u  ; *<?*  ���iff  ���r<  i  ;**  .   : * !  i-I  '.' V.  >  ���-������'".  ~x;>  -.7  ^xg<ie^ec!g^'gg^^gg��^!gt^gg^xgc��ggg?s^c^cg^egicgg?gcT^  v  5  Cr  w  5 ���  i<  OF  */  y  u  &  &  We would like to  take this  opportunity to  thank?  our customers .ih  the  area for their 7patronage  during  diis,   our  first^ year  of operation,   and  to  extend cotnpliments  of  the  season] to  all  4  4  SUPERIOR WEEBMG | CO.  Phone 885-9680; j   Box 414, Sechelt  t.sJai^sajts.aT.avaja-^.aj.sAS.'i  -rl  f^.1141   H-ii.WI.,1    g.,.1111.    V     .lLU ������.,.��  1,^11111,1, ii<ii �����! _���! ^  ,_ ^^^7^vW^^-:-**"*^'1-^-;~V"*"*^��'.t** '-������������i'VW.s.' "'i;*H-i*r?>-'-.vw,'4 "-.->-*,.-; �����*.��>- ���  Page] 12 The Sech<ilt Peninsula! Times, >yed!4 E>ec. t\  to  df  thei  sto  ly  hac  and interest? jig | Gibsons  ysi43-27;  seat the Senior  Defter condition.  last    moment s.  JElphin-'  le broke Pender's cateful  plotted  zoneV d< fe -ise j with  sonpe  superb, long  the stands ih  ntjer-high domes ord pfdvirig wdrtHwRile X^f{ can We do?-Friendless  shotsi that  a I cbjiitstant '  upjjoar.    Gary-   HelnHerl.;  and  Sai tdj' Hately were htigh1 scorers   for   Pender.   :. A  -jeeturn  mach was pTayed December  4 "-t.Pender.    ":"��� :...-���".-        ,,,.-.  !Jjhere,  are. -enough   juniors  no-1,7  to, fbrm .the 'j raiicleus  qf:  a   ; earn.' They,   tod. tyste  de-  ���fejujd  ,by" Elphinst<j>ne��:   but  not   wituout   a   gopl contest.  j   Th :re were some'Ureaf indi-  I   vicual   efforts,   which,   tmfor-  !   tur ately, do not hep i.ia, team  j>  toe   much.   These i youngsters'  cai   bear watching. ,  } 'riendly rivalr]* between  Peider and Elphirlstone created good spirit at both schools.  Thi bus trips are. j bedlams of  noise and various 7activities.  Adults may well wonder how  yo mgsters can worjk; all. day  in school, driye, forty 'miles,  pk y ��� a heated game, and return to dance at'Madeira Hall  to the tune 'of7 Evan Kemp^  Trie spirit of the j pibnejers is  net dead.  Dear Bessie: .My. ghtl friend  and I goto different sehqbis.,  When   we   attend  outside  school   activities   we, are   always , together.   We- go ijwith  other _girls but we just seem  to    drift j away    from    thum.  When - w|e   go   to,   dancqs   or  parties,   (we   just,   can't  .mingle. Either the girls can't really  dance or they  dance' in  a  different 'way.   Eveix   in   bur  schools   we '��� don't   have ���! other  ��� special  friends.  We- both  are  sbeiable,   but   w<^ can't  stem  to make the first movi.to get  to, know   other   girls   betfejj-.  The......ki'ds   are   beginning Xi��  think     we  '  are     anti-social.  posted Pender ahd proceeced  (Gibson$ had the aclvantc ge  Pejhder ted at half tirrje, but Willed  ^Elbhin-'    ������:���[���������rl^-i rr   become discouraged, jivith the  school name,7 Sttkinaiv, wh ch  rrieans s^Enon- in an attempt.  to' change toi a : morfe aggressive name, the' eounkil int:o-  ducedh-the idea 'of ani- eleph; mt  emblem,'with Pender Pachyderms; or thejerestsj "he-.mpt-  td-was-'tb be "Stomp ��� 'em''  After much spirited jdeb 2e  from bplh sides, a! ybte vfas  taken - among   the .  ��en ? of - the f week  ONE of the most surprised heard for J long-time at Pen-  boys on the Peninsua was der High. ,  Bill Edgett when he \vas elec- Bill is on university prated President of the Pender gram and plans to enter ed.t-  Harbour Students' Council cation. He Juiors-sonie private  this  September,             l  "Why," reminisces ��ill, "I  didn't know twenty students  by* name." Bil) came to Pender with a fine sports record  from Vancouver. The climax  of his life to date vfas the  day he played in- a jbantam  league exhibition'- garpje at a  LiQns' intermission ��� [that is, .  before this student council  election, .!  students in French now.7 land  aids his parents in their oyster i business.- He played  soccer in .-season, is oh i the  basketball team, and takes an  active ,part in ��� all. school-  affairs. We will all be seeing  and hearing���more of -tbis  young   Pender  Harbourite;'  Vlany ( students,   at   Bender  fey  in  friends  thins  SAKINAW ufonj' hands dovm. alone iiUa corner you'll ioon  Now spire deep; plots are -lfe-., fnd that \he grls wdn.'tj tliink  ihg71aid as tc^ jhbw; to make of you as anti-soeial top ^on-  1 the king of |ish appear more eeited���they just won'tj t-iiink  aggressive to comfpqte wfth of you ajt all.  COUG'ARS.    7  Kids;  Dear Friendless ��� Ohes:  Don't be anti-social! The  rest of the girls arerighll in  thinking of you as anti-sobial  or conctited. If" these ijirls  can't darce, why not helpj bj'  te'aching them? If they ds^ice  difJecently from yofcti why |not  ���learn their way and te^ich  theiil   y4uis?    This   apprc^ch  ac-  vay  of  applies.to the rest of your,  tivities,a; well. The only >  ,4��^"lncre;ise - your    circle.  s" by   giving   sohne-  ���hi .yourself.   If  the "ft wo  stiiaerts    of youko running off to  chat" fun^s   and   oth;r  w  Reader's Eighe  Letters to the  The Fun carnival sponsor  ed by? the Students? Courcil  was held at, the Gohimunity  Hall at Madeira; Park! on Njv.  29. Students| xyho ijiade an  outstanding [ cointrthtition to  the ^success of! this ���. even ng  weret 4'  Gary Selmpr,; Janice,.Noijth  rtipr-iJOna  ;DUncan,   'Shir ley  phmstone  school..  Editor  Haddock  Ca;colyn|     Gou  Dale.. Ciimeijbn,! June Came>  ron, , Site ; Ddnnely, . Gl<r.ia  Duncarri, Dietta Bfeale, ��� j M-  rritf. Saviolaineni Steve -Di di-  luke, Cindy 'Wfhite, Bill Sd-  gett,; .Carol 7 FeruiJ Mari lyn  Gaifdiner, poroth^ Gov gh,  Georgina Ibsy, Art Joss, **> or-  ma. Jos's, Bonnie-Ii'ee, Breida  / Lee, Syd TLee, Vickjf -Lee, 1 >on  Lots of spirit  Editor,-   The   Times  Sir���tin   your   latest   edi  of    the;   "Sechelt  Times,"  there  was  an  ar  on  the teeq   page  about  Keith Griffith, iFraiik  Ander-       "*"  " "v^w'   ^"^  *n  ^' ?S Hu^JkJ��%hI?r'        Recently, ,1     attended  ly,     Lmda  , Hately,     Shipley    h^ih^i' ^me   -jfid  Sh��   ��� \v\tYi many others, caih  jtion  Peiiinlsula  Lidle  the  El-  a  long  i home)  with no voice. You <otijdn't  hear] yourself think : Or j the  ^cheering. l)lats .off to ! the  ^chderleaderg w|ioi led I he rest  of the stuidehtsj Doi *t you  thinkN Elphie hjas rjegifined  school  spirit,  again?  "RiR.i Gibsons- V ,  X  MeLeod,; ^ev    Nfek_ Ralph    HOUSe $laiidfH^S  Philips,: Mary Reid, Pat Bla-  dey,   Lijndb i Wrandck,   'jshef'  Webb,   Roddy   Webb, 7 Hbwie  White, ajnd Neil Wmttakef  change moupxL*  Ail;the staff iwerei therej  busjest   of   whom   wt  Flemings bu^yj mhkinf  ge-- tma;7 gatheiiiig.  Thanks7to tljie ]immense g(|ne-  a  of  rosily "of   the   cornknunity  sum   in  the -neighborhood  throe    hundred    dollars'-r.'iv'as  collected   for   student   activities  The School Christmas (fart  ce was hold on Fifiday, ;>ec  13 It was chaperoned by ]|"  Whittakor,   |Mr.   j Cross,,  Mi-rf,   Fleming.'  .Several-  cuts dri��ppe<i  in. ]ri"hc fisj  SPORTS "Afternoon-.; orl  . cember-    9 |. changed   J House  s-(landings abound   Novm  t%yo    (Tomahlwks)     i  with   135   points    hou  (Warriors) m seejnd v.  points,   house   one   (T.  birds) i$ third wi|th 105  and house three; (Cpu  fourth with  9(3 .joints,  . Bills feels that! a ��� students'  oouhcil has a definite purpose  to supply the school ' with  some coming event} Around  this coming event the] council  should introduce * nkw ideas  and try' to promote {original  thinking from the jstudent  body. The council should try  to improve- the school's, appearance, and to buy[ equip-  ' ment over and abolve the  Board, allotment. He! joints  out that records show that the  Pender 'HaWbour Cou inl have  ftpfent over $1,000 a year on  uniforms, awards,. edtifo*atiohal  trips, donations to schjolarship  ){-thwhile  activities. Above Xhi; money  aspect. Bill thinks th'j? Coun  cil has to provide thje backbone for : school afi a|irs and  to  assist -in  regulating  them.  K.sked how the students at  Pender stack up against  others he has known. Bill  stated that the sciool has  really got behind this year's  council. This , support will  make, a successful icoiincil.  The weekly assemblies criticize and guide thr council  leaving the Council tjhe task  of "^pi-oviding for the needs  and wants - of the Students  Thus- the cfld cry o:'-t lack Ol  communication   has  n|ot   beer  DISEASE   IS  EXPENSE ;  It is estimated that approximately 2 -billion dollars; are  lost each year in Canada and  the United; Slates bdcausC ol  plant diseases-; ;  Merry Christmas  I ai^d   "    X  Happy New Year  to  our friends ond neighbours  from  members   of   St.   Hildo'i  ^Arigtican Church, Sechelt.  XV     '  . ���,  In   lieu   of   sending- Christmas  cards,   the; _ f,Qljowing,. members  ore  making  a! donation  to; St.  Hilda's Men-tonal Fund:  fAr. and Mrs. S. Patrick I ,  Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Blltingiley  Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Browning  Mr. and Mrs. J. A, Maek'in  Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Billingsloy  Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nelson  Mri S. C. Redman  Mr. and Mrs. J. Redman  Mr. and Mrs. S. Dawe 7  Mr. and "Mrs. F. FrenchIj  Mr. and Mrs. E. Montgomery  USE   ��� TIMES     CLASSIFIED  FOR QUICK RESULTS  a?S��"eS!��'SSE'Se��^"Cffl(3-'S!  class -hud  produced  a-t&lrty    i��zzz��z~&z~$^,  foot  tree,   that  beautiful  jyimnus  fairyland Bl0w. It| %Vas_a rjiosl  sues^ssful   evening,  concert thii' year, ins eM; at  assembly im I|)��Hiem>eiI 19  each class wili- Out on a-;  /Sxs.    or song. I  and       School dtsmissbs on Dtjcem-  >ar-    ber  20 i' ani 1  cpmes' l as t - on  ting    JimuaryX)-  There ,.w  ill   be . no  CHRISTMABj  GREETINGSJ  TO AJ.L OUR RRIEWDSi  . I-*  i*i  Art and Mary Redrfton  ' Orv and EvcMoscrip  Som and Add Dawe  Gunnar and I'hocba  Hanson and Sandra  -    Louis Hansen  Al and Rosa Swan  ond Jam ly     ,  Vern and Ann RJehter  |d and Celia Mcssner  Dave and NcitalJom eson  and family"  *�� fi     ��.   E,,"c ��n*1 Ino.Grjate ond girls  ?o^     a''  Fronk Ond Hoftifet Niwton  De-  Il^ouse  first  e  ith  $ ���  %  *#  ii  &  I  if  129  iur|der-  p'c lints,  s) tis  sc i  w i  and fairnily  Cliff and Peggy Con|npr  and Mary  Bud and Shirley! Feajnley  and girls      ! y  Sfrrtas     ||     Louis and Pauline ;B<jnr��crv  M .     Niels and Fay Hansen    ^  %i   In lieu of Christrros jcdirds we  I,  :$l pave sent.donofionjs  1  to St.  | Mary's   Hospital   Memorial  tx. ���'��� ��������������.;.[  MAV CHRISTMAS  GLOW WITH JOY  FOWEVmomt,  Gi  ibsoVis, B.  11  * ^�� ^, The Sechelt Peninsula Times, V/edi, Dec 18, 1963 Page U  ���,'"���-      Thank to all of you, ~~  our many loyal friends^and customers,  tor your wonderful patronage.  LADIES' WEAR  H&p-  - Christmas  Gifts  -Adorn her ,at Chrismas  - -'-. with the -  ��� ' .,-    smartest gifts that ever  -,"__..-    went under d tree.  See lis- for a fashionwise  :.     ;      array of styles, -  smart, dressy and dramatic.  Coats - Carcoats - Dresses  Skirts"- Blouses*Cardigans  Pull^Overs -Housecoats  Lingerie - Leather Handbags  and Millinery  ���V  Ladies'   wear is our  mm -^  only* business  LADIES' WEAR  SECHELT. .GH&SQNS  Phone L      7   ^frorje  8S6-2fi"09  V  885-2002  FOR THE HOLIDAYS^  - * - i  I 4   1*  i. ".;���*  :..-'f ���  ������������:���  ���       m   *  ti  t  i       V ���  f      r  t  t  ��� 1 ���  1   *���.���  ��� !������.���  ��* . **  t- ,\  "!S'��5PC**^^C����T������<'C��^��^*��^<��<5C��<'CtX<<<��1e^'<��������^*C��K����^^  Let flowers say "Merry Christmas'* for youj. I - as  gifts .. ."and in your own hornet We have all the traditional Yuletide favorites . . . and many attractive new  arrangements.-Come, see, select! Place your "orders .  J early  aSid  avoid disappointment, .  TABLE CENTRES  PLANTERS    i  POINSETTAS  CHRISTMAS. GREENS  CERAMIC VASES  CUT FLOWERS _  FLOWER SHOP  Phone 885-4455   j  i  fs .  ���jMoke it the Merriest'  ���~      -       Christmas  . ' o gift that keeps.  7   .    -     _ on .giving  every day of .the year!  tt   \.��  iifj'.  Ploying Santa, Play it Smart !r, .  With one of the fine gift ,tem5.7  now -on" dapicy. Choose NOW -  while itocfcs" ere complete..  PSs��� Here are i��tt a few Hems  yogTI find around the store to  please everyone on year Uit%  TOYS��� C1FTWARE  LUGGAGE -.,  SMALL APPUAMtESf^ X_.  RECORD PLAYERS --  .   STEREO SETS  TRANSISTORS '  ._     from just $19.00  _^   Generous Trade-in nam *  available on yosr present T.V.   --  ei��E MIS ...  HBOiOSE  WITH YOUR  Went to. put your men in "seventh heaven"  Xhrist^Qs^ Help fa'm to lockjhls very"besr ; "  with c gi ft m-Wecr from our stunning selection. +-  Nothing else you can give will| get so tide  to man!  ��� McGregor Socles  ���# Forsyth Shirts f  * Luigi Shirts '[  *7 Aero Slacks " j  *l Currie Belts  7?  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Community Renter  PogeJ4 The Sechelt Peninsula "Times, Wed., Dec. j18> 1963^  received from three persons to -whomLg^ell ca  .been. stmt.   A  lejtfer-from   the        %    /""  you  evening,    holds Yule party  ijp been  rds had  X   /  Mexico,, City :is J  ntinuously   occun:  y in North America.  as a capital in  1321.,  ' '    j.  '  place ���" hu^  omc iimti  'curie a*/  ;ho,w iou  la   with/his  local    ?��1LA    redarding    roads  generally   was Tread   and   the  ���crr-tary    reported    that    the  "m, bring -circulated   by  assoeiation?' asking     for  ktapping   i-$^ hardtopping  , tii 1  pit-oes  cif; road  in the  .district   wJus   progressng^ wei'y  ^avoratvly.      On   , (notion    /duly  seconded   shev vHis   instn/tct.ed   - ���^,    ,,  ���i .   ,,���     -u��   rr> //-���        ��� organized     to     Keep . i irmirta  noini   Tho seVrqtary also re- , JmmiUee      was       organized  ported Mt >es   were/ eo��     ^  ^.^ agQ   by   ^  instigation  o!   Magi-  , Johrison  the youth  committee .  l]as     re-  to     keep     Indian  the  lied  Eldest  apital  ing   m/nicely7   ahd7 th^t   five  new members had joined.  The/ impi/tiy-enr ent / on the  Community/ Hall, new lighu/  on tne "stage apd /a floods  "light/ also jsqmet I 'roof repairs  iverfe/ left in the harjds; of ,'Er-  eouneil    upon   the  .suggestion  of   the   magistrate's; c.j>urtv Tt~  was   the   fift^-of   its   Hind   in  Canada.  Acting    chairman    (i la re nee  Joe     explained     the     curfew  w.c'."I,"--" 7 -; "-{C~\r r^ bell ra*rig at 7 p.m. in winter.  tue./Possett   and ,, Albert  pan^ Curf6w,    vaties" According - to  the   time   of   year,   ringing   a-  Beginners class  Hemstreet- Fl Room  1    j.  i_'iJ ���! '  ^     !      Sechelt ��� >  DECEEViBER  8||t.m7|- 10:3D!ipl  Donations 50c|eich  ;Ca"ller| j      j  |MAufecE HE/ksTREET  roth/.  Eric Prittie, fchiiim>an of  the/ Fire .Brigade /committee  said.that while'two -meetings  of / the committee/ $ad been  held there was hjot/ Enough iri-  formation to^ rriif"  cisiom He also  tiie emergency;  tchi^for'-t-He h'a'ljl  ments are being  tain the neces^at  If he lease with  'stone   Recreat-Ionj  SATURDAY evening, Dec. 14,  the annual Christmas dinner parLy w.as held for the  members of Selma Park Com*  m unity Center- About 3p  members were there to enjoy the j dinner . and social  evening of  music  jind  games  and cater the dinner.   j  Ron Qrchard who actedi as  MC. also was a mystifying  magician." *"Wm. Coffey was  winner of the picture puzzle  contest. 3Vlrs. Frieda Clark the  egg ahd spoon race, and the -  ladies of the Center won the  b'allooh race.  The next time the members  will be; together again will  be the regular meeting on the  The Tallies   decorate   the   hall-  third-', Tuesday   in   January.  final   de-  feportgd   .oji  fighting   "gy.s-  ar-Fange-  made to ob-  ly  equipment.  the   Elphin-  Commission  r the.,c %Jt - �����-* ���ey general wiH me^1  games   etc..   will  necessary   letter^  ^���per, source   to   ^s  this   change  'wlaj^J  ���4=  e      be   renewed  for anotl/er year and the  emergency" lighting '���equipment will be pttpvided to tliat  committee for Use if- necessary.   ,"!'*.;.  Sonie of the ��� c Idtimers are  anxiota to kn4'v why the  name of Beachl Avenue has  been changed tjpj White Road.  ���Tljie secretary jts writing |the  * " J to the pro-  ipertain   why  ���.���    ���_ made. .The  Community assqei a tion . is ~ the  orgahization th^t looks after  alf matters of :i|n- efest io citizens- in- the iiloberts Greek  district  and it is *   "   '  residenls~~wiil   dc  b1  '"  "--  '-  als  hei  round 10 p.m. DST i|n summer. .   -  The committee' consisting  of -Johnny Joe, Mrs. Elizabeth  John. Mrs. Carrie Joe. Mrs.  Ethel Julian, Mrs. Amelia  Craigen. also secretary, and  newly appointed Mrs Violet  Jackson patrol the streets every night to see thatj mie-children are., responding | to the  curfew.  ���It  was  reported   thel attorn-  this  the  guidance   committee  near  future  A  motion   w"a�� madi  range a  meeting with  trate   Johnson\before  mas so he coukN speak  committee,     the i court  the.' parents  in  .to  ar-.  , Magis-  C'hrist-  to the  [cil   and  Hilltop Building Supplies ltd.  j GIBSONIS      ;  Closed for Staff Holidays from December 25fh  tjo January 2nd inclusive  hoped  that  their   part  becoming  j i-n^mbers   and  attendirigj  formulate;  eetingd  policies^  Rod and  -names  to  mn  jets  i. !.'  ...qiutrinay the jogs  Of Qlirhlmas abound  in your heart tihtiays.  Howard and Doris  Mm  SEckELT-PeniitsulA Rod and  Guns    Club i elected    their  19641 siiate   of  officers.  ' President   is 'Harry -Batche-  lor;   \ vice   -' pif^ideAt,-    Mike -  Moorhouse,    \ setretaiW,      Ron  Nelson. ' treasurer,   Etem   Cur-  rie, . directors   a^e -Oad   Eim-  hoidt, \ gun    committee,    Don  .Caldwell," ���< fishing    committee  and   ,Bkli   Rankin,    er^tertain-v  ment   committee.  Permission     w'as     oMained.  from the airpoiH committee to  post     the     airpprt    with    no  - shooting \  signs J    to     pf-'otect  game bir^ls.   I   , |   -  PROTESTi   EFFLUENCE  INTO  TRAIL  ]BAY  One   of   th<?  jtiiggest   conservation    problem';'   in    B.C. -is.  pollution,  so'thje  miembeiship  agreed to sendi jletters of protest   to the  PbtlUtion   Control   .  Boa d     and !   the - Dominion  Fisheries   regarding   effluence   '  into Trail  Bay.j  flip Tlll^S  d  best wjthes  tl-o youi: |i.  hoHday ��eo$on  Standard Motors  of Sechelt ltd;  Butch - Sam - Tom - Orv  '-c ;    '*%      *-" - ��� t*.^-, -c ^^i.^.-.".;:. ...,:. ..-������':���^ ^ i-J  .     : ^ -1   j:   - '        Photo by Dennis Sroy (Se^h-df) asBSWte���>*.-���������'��� ���,-������--���-���.-������:--v��-"y---.----1.--.*: .--���--.���������. -���������������������7..  Davi^' <3)ttaw^ Diary- Einsiaen hold)  ::x^.XX^X^o**k*.'Christmas party  THE RECENT FederoT-ProvintidI Conference, while it had DECEMBER'15, the Kinsmen  its ups and downs; proved at least one thing; it is thcr " held their annual Christmas  Canada is not falling apart.'!              *                                 7 tree,snc; party .for the ^em-  azv��� '.-���...                      r��    '  ���       n  t.    ��    - r  ^.  ^_ -         -j o*3*-"5    cniioren: at   the   Selma  After it was oyer Premier Robafts ..of Ontario said Park communitv Centre J The  that if "anyoneTTad beenuworned aboutq.crisis in Confedera-    children   look   forward Wach  tion he could forget about  1  now. Premier Lesage of -Que  bee  was  quick  to^ agree.   Hi  demed,     quite     emphatically]  that he had given the federal  The Sechelt Peninsula Times, We<L Dec. 18, t963 Page IS-  Sechelt Baptist .> .      j_ " j 1  Rev. Samuel iGassel's. -  message  THE birth of 4.esu in the manger" of BetHtehers was not a  fortuitous event. It did not fust heppen. The Apostle*-  be^tefore the Conference was .. games^tq^beptaj-ed and carol    Pool says., "Where he fullness of the time '*cs corned God "  sent rcrrh His Scni rrradeof a wornan, mode under.the Jaw, _��� j  "that we migat -receive the a--    %���\ '- :���y-^ ������  doptior.^ot   sons."'Tills   was    one"cannot  explain   the  &  held.     The   consultative._- pro- - singing:   before   Santa.. <"*Ieus  cess  is working and working    arrives to "distribute thejgtfts  .   ��� --..��� -, - well. A great deal can-oevi-. in. front "of the decorated jtree.  government-J any.'liltunatumt--.ously"  be done   when   differ-  Mr. Lesage went even, furtfrl  ~ent    "levels    of " government  -Early in-the afternoon I eve-  er. In "stalesmartike tones M 7 meet in  goM'"faith  and Tare   "ryone -^-^^ to * fac^-T  Style, Christmas dinner, feerv-  ^    ed by the. Kinettes. Thisi^ear  *%ther"e     were"    two     birthday  calces   to  tie shared,   as f "Dale  Stephenson   was   nine   years  old ~stu��   Mark   Renniei was           -'eleven.   The   grown-up^ Itiave " Pau7 the hlrt  their    turn .when    Kinknen." ~  Kinettes -and   friends   gather  THE  executive of the |Kins--   for7a no hpst KevTear Eve  men Club repon their1 "fund    Party.    . "_ I       '  of-.- S1.000"* is   mounting.   The  was--heard --' to> say thatv the -prepared to meet each. "out  richer^provinces "like Onlarlot     *-" " * -  =---  Quebec-^nd -British Columbia  must'"-always--keep  fhe^^^i  . of 7-the poorer 7 provinces" if.-  '  mind. ; -  ��� ~f  Even  if���the  recent   confer-;  ' ence .had done nothing else it  set the - riatiQOg.firmly on -the  road towards 3 national? pension   i>lan.   "Prime  IMtiusier  PeOTson^i.having chaired sev~  era!   meetings   dealing     with       . .        -..���,.    , -,      .-��� -- ��� ������ ���������    -  pensions,  was, able to; report   -^u^fSlOQ cheque, proceeds    being  assessed . fines -.at f their    creation.  half "way.  Kinsmeaiforiiish  Itallouiige^  written, /cer.turie*^ before   the - l&zg. _ wdrk��w-.de.   tn  Christian Church. "~ began to -r"influence of'lhu event. -- *  observe the" birthday of Jesus, HisF^cor-^ rr~kc-s -���** *'-��  Yet .it tells when Christ earner different HiT- a^r hea^ ^A  how-   He:  came, - wiience    h.     Tjve< 3Tld tho-,^h-c  tv^ '**-it*  csne"  a=Ki '-^  S"=P��<* o��� His -   gtciy. of  e^ r^=x^.  commg. - * ;-=** ; j-    -       } -   -: .  ^ �� of ^l��Xi��^ Akhifr B. Rogers  was.-the  one- dfvine. event Tn. PASSED  awav  Decerabi:,;!;  wmch   ail- otner   events   ol- ig��3 -t Se:-n*-Park._ Kr~��:^r  imnated.  Thb  was  the   crisis Barer.:   -R^^s "liormailv--  of history.-the goa7cf the Ol  OL  ���. L - Those7 parties  are "pain   for    Testament     ' prophecy, -    the  Kinettes     helped     the    fund    out of the fine &o:c Kirismen    greatest  occurrence  sir.ce   thes  - to the House of Commons  that, an "exchange  of  corres-  . pondence *- between v Ottawa  'and thft provinces vras ail  thnt w;is needed to citan up  the    ^emainihg     difficulti��  ��� No-  further"   formal7 conferences were ^required.  == His-.statorri'oni "'went  on   to  clear    away     some     of    the  of  bake  sales,  and ;rummage meetings    for    "tbt    wearn^-  sales during the pak year. dub pkX speakink out -oTort  ���-.-The-.fund is to  be  used to der, orbing la:4_to meeihizs.  furnish  two - up-paUeht   loun- - -     _; ?*i        \        --  rges in the new- hospital. These i. j         ,/~*i" ��  lounges  are  a  feature OfaU iNeW-   CltlZenS    f  hospitals  now. _ These provide  "ft nen   we'.  Perr.berton.   Survi\.-Ed   by   hi:  v.-fe._ "Alphs. aidT daug-.ter?.  L^-l. airttr sr.c G.-52^.^u cf V^.^���  cosver aiid Scjucst^sh.  ilr.. Rogers-  %~zs  a   dis&iile-d  T"o 'Mr. 5c "Mrs. Traxii5 Kali  of; Sechelu a son. DafanMyer.  a   corrifprtabie   room   for  pa-.  tients    to    visk:   with    their.   ���   ,.       _ _ .  friends,-:or -other natiems. -' 3f",f' ��t* ��a Pece^^. *  away from', the- actual, wards. ln Sl SlHrj" s- HospraL Gaxaea.  iThe  hustle of  visiting hours  .sk .why  Christ  came  to earth  to  be  bom -a        *  ,--      . -     .  txjje m �� monger. -\%e fine ,^-^^j ^.,r_ ._��� r... CirP -F^.  ir.e answer "in -the Gossels. . s?rT^-" *���; -��r.��-'-^-r^  JoSn puts il7aH inte a sigle     **%Jr* ^'"fl^ff 7��- T$TX  the  worid..*at.He save  RiX   ^   ^   ^-^   ^'^^  Bay; He is the first son: after  three   daughters. " -4���..  only begotten-Sac that whosoever beiievetn. in. Kim.  sheizld not - pexisc but have  everlastiag :,lif|.r Here .we  have-"the purpjsp of "the Irt-  camatioa    in  -sLmpIei words.  ..p_  "Services -were-.teld  De-^err.-  ber  IS. lSt*3  at  Gi'=*cr.s  Trlvi  doubts  about  how  agreement  on an overall plani might fee--   ,       ..- , ..        ..       .        .    ���_  achieved. Ontario is -xnecttd : f ��%not^thea disturo senous- ^                                           t      _  to cooperate. The federal gdv��j}y *" patients, or the routine To iL-. & Xlrs. A. Sirapkirts     ^Pe    coave    tna-    LmpeUed  of the-hospitaL of* Davis 7Bav.   .5   ^iaushtsr.    A11^ to corr^ was God's stir-  Most   of  the   fund   will  be Anne   Rosamund. -JO .Tbs.7 on   -Came to die.'TSat was His su-  raised .by"'the  "Kinsmen-_coI-     December- 13   at   home.*       -'��� passing love;for sinners. Jesus  R��r. --J.  - To Mr. and 'Mrs. Keith Bak  t  ernment, he said, isTaiso prepared to prelect the position  of those who now are covered by" private pension plans.  Nor will'- the; abstension of-  Quebec pose, a major difficulty. The trick is -hew to  make the federal, plan and- a  separate Quebec plan -dovetail with one another, thereby preserving .the ; principle  of portability - which; is so es-  sential. to the welfare -hi all =  Canadians regardless, of iheir-  : place' of residence.   - 7 .    __        -Thus  the "outlook   is   much. * holiday   break.    Carol   ^.  fa.���December.-43th. a  bpgl^er-'thaii-ttv appeared  to - first year -education, speeializr    "ospttaj- ���-7- y -  ing in art and music  Bobbiei MacPhei^on. son. of  Mr. and Mrs. N. ilacPhersocu  Tillieum Bay. and Henry  Woods. -son of. Mr. and Mrs.-  Albert Woods, Selma. Pane  will be home- fram Jericho  Hill. school. :-. - -  - After working in 'Calgary  for-a year. Wendy Yates arrived   to   stay   with  her   par  lecting unwanted items for  auction sales. Joe Benner is  their  able  auctioneer.  Peiuiisuk folk-  home over Yme.  "CAROlI. dau?hter_of Mr; and"  . -> Mrsi   C. - Moor^jpuse.   will      -, . .  be  home  froni  t%C  for the    daughter. . a   lbs.   la   ozs_  on  "���"��� '- ---* ���' St-  Marr's  preme  mission, and "He  gi\-es  "life to those who believe.  er, a daughter. 7 ibs_ 10 - oqs-.-'   Why   has    this   oI��   Stcrj-  on     December    9 th.     at     St-  Mary*s HospitaL. ���  . -    |     ~_ ���  ���To Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Reid  Jr��� a daughter, 7 _Ihs_ oh Dee-  ember llth at St. Mary's hospital..   >   . I     \  To Mr. and Mrs";. Frieheiv a  ing.   Burial   ^t^-. t��   ~   So'-  diers'PIot. Seavteiv Ccmeter-.:  "E.J Surtees.   Br^not   No . lit .. j  wCI conduct .L^ricr. scr.-.s e:  gra.vestde. \ .  *Pati   bearers:   ti7"_ L.   r.7t  night  tscn-m-luw).   C.   'Brx>c:i.���.  mfen. H." A. Hi|L Fsr-HuTtcii.'F.  GJ   WaE.    W. rii>-tccrr^r^-  such  a   wonderful -fascinatic-rt  for old and^youngr. Why- has^  "it drawn all men. rich and  poor, high and low. until toi-  day at Christmastide the  whoie world -gathers at Bethlehem's manger. It is not too  much to say  that the. coming  "of the Christ Child has crkn--  ged  the -whole  world.  Unless  the. Bi.be   wss  God   in. flesh.  Christmas spirit . . .  up 1  season  We're brimming wittf good  wishes and thanks to.all -  our wonderful friendsr.  SlM��ICE  ents,-Mr." and" Mrs. F.'S. Yates. SECHELT is to be all aglow with cofored tights or\d decora-  Before-lea^ng-Calgarj-. Wen- . - tions for__the festive season, Peopfe will see accin the  dy had visited the John Hail    Nativttv Scene on rhefia^n of Hol>' Fcmily Oiurch/Cowrie  ^y.iSe^2n^f^;^e: Street;and ilfaristma^hvmns will be broadcast from a hid-  ports   them   weii  and  iiarsov.    --,        '  ...    --     > t   ���  She'also   saw   Joan   Walker..-pen'speaker.  nowr-^working   in    that   city.  Joan is the daughter; of Tom  and   ErheL. Walker,   formerly  of Sechelt.      -    "  Nicky   Gilbert,   fourth -year  arts  UBC  comes -home  after  Christmas exams, to spend the  The* merchants, the efectrica! contractors, tfte/Kins-  men, and the linemoi cf the utility" ccrr.pony- crews, ere  working as a teem to decorate the mains shopping district  of the village. TViewiHng instoriattcn wilt be of c permanent  nature, so the decorating can be en annucreffcir.  The village cornrnissioners hc%e uncertcken to erect  holiday with his mother, Mrs.    q large tree in the "triangle at the end br Cowrie Street. '  * ^;   D-   p'1bert- rS^hp  Park.    7^^ tree win hove mbnv strinas of lightsfon it  \ The Kinsmen Club is ofso sponsoring en exterior house  decorating contest, with appropriate prizes for the winners.  Peter   Slater,   w-ho   has   been  ���'��� for three, years on a coastal  mine, sweeper~out  of  Eajui-.  . malt, is oir leave-"with "his. mother, ���Mrs."   Margaret   Slater,  Davis Bay HilL Peter is.looking forw#rcl to a South American good "nvill trip in Jan-  "uary?^ which should take him.  as far- as Valparaiso, Chile-  Christ Smith serving "oh the^  - frigtae   "Beaconhin"'   will   be  on Christmas, leave \pth  his  - .parents.   Mr.-   and   MrsT^Wm.  Smith; West "Sechelt.  We v^i ytu the Gift "  of joy tfis Cfc:>tTast"dt  MADEIRA PARK  STORE  Sfd c-^d  3err7e   .-  McCfcne;! and Dcrvic  ^idia!0I0l0i^i$W^IOia!0iOI$I01$!$i$I$i$i^!0I^  FOR THE SMART CHRtSTMAS BUYER  ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION  Branch 140  SECHELT ^  WYiArS SUPPERS DANCE  7   SUPPER 7^0. P.M. SHARP  AH Tickers Reserved ��� "|3.00 each  7       DtlORS OPEN 6:30 P.M.  --'-<- ;Phone '385-9669 ;�������� ���.; * -: * ��� - *  \3jFr6m the   -  Thr&teeiDress Shop  "A-complete line of .Ladies* Wear"  **" 'CoatsJ   ^r Dresses  *  Handbags��   **"Accessorres * %  From the.  ���   Thriftee iDrygjoods Store   <*  i ' i: --    0  **" Yardg^oods  ~k ��rapes  "-.���   Blankets & SheetsT  **r -Travelgard Luggage.  *.*���  Sewing   Maciiines .''  "   S  -   **  "   .    Or  j.   1 Gihsons      -^  rg-'-jf --- ���:"-.���:   -":''-?   -     j ',---.-.--- ^ i- -|_ I     \      '; ~r  THRIFTEE STORES LTD,  Phone 886-9S43 .-.jKs-A'.s'B-r  Pojge 16 The SechelrTeninjsula [Jimes, Wed.; "Dec.  1HIS AND  BROTHERS MEMORJAL RARK  donation of $270 to the Br.  is:>e.ing developed in this area.  '"his park. ; is indeed! a  ���vyc rthwhiie project^ and will  be a > real- asset to the cam-  m< unity.   Recreational   facilit-  i'e:  ce  ed  of  ch  iu  ex  \txd a  e-.  \\y  be  supp< >rt.  fii  ^rwise,  17"  Canad  now  make ' a   substantial   do  a-  fOr the children ;  it park:has long bjen hefed-  The further   development  this  park . can or  :e\ed with the fu-1  ancially   and  othe  ity  citfzem.'  ��'  ,ef us ihope that  Fojrest. Product;*  will  ab e   to -iee; their   \|ay   cl  membership of Loco I 2Wf Port, MeMllon  18; 196; \  -By Lome  j��� At a re4eHt meeting/th;  rs .Memdqol  Pork,  thto*  JX  E. Smit  voted\< i  of  an  be  tar  >a-  1p  llofeu  CONVENTION   THOUGHT)  'During;the recent  BC  F?d-  erttioxtof  Labour  convention  re'i rresenthrg    organized    lapOr  frd  ed  le>  a  I      ���   ���   ! 'I  ioints   chme   t'ip   fj(|r -discus  [ion?   ciril. rights, : minimum  |vages.   more   ({ontriol   by   Ca  .ladiar. Unions���iov&tf: their own  I|ffail's and many ofliers, mos  <M thest   wen7ado<n lately, co  yered.oy   the - daily    paper;  f put   one   inte-eistii-igi itemde  serves  a   closer   loft*.   It wa  pointed   out   that   tfjXOQO   job  pet-  week,   notper1 month  o  per  year  ,bu{ I per   week Aar  now being lo|stl. to xutomatio  |n  North  Amlei'ica : alone,   thi  ffects- every mar., "woma  ind- child, in thi cic unify, es  xjeially the yoiingjcr ,'gener*  ion who .will isooni be out c  ichool and trying }o earn  iving.  m all parts of ^BC' fatteiid-  from this area by ;F. Cpr-  | L. -"fcationte  and   myself.  One  possib  e ^olii'ion woull  >e -to   slash   the   hige   profit  >f     the     giant   co-operation  lumbe^ of very interesting   -kg..   $-1.5  .billion    jmade     bly  < Ueneral   Mot jits   in1 j the   pa; t  'ear, by shortening! (the hdui s  >f work unti. every! ��-vailab!e  jei-son   has3   a   job]'with   er  >ugh take-now? .pay to mair  ��� ain a decent standard of lh  ng. There, are somej who wi 1  -ii^agree  with thisn>!but  nevti  ;he   less,   some   solujffion   must  ye   found   if   vve   ark   to   cor.  ihue   to   livfe. in   peace   an|d  rpsperity  IRE' AWAY  Every year at thjib time.w  eaf^of many tragedies cau  d by7fire, aj7gre(��t numb<  aused by faujity Wiring ne  Christmas -' tree,;   so   checjk  our 7.hQUse  .qarefdlly   tov   te  sure your far nil jy is; {safe. Ha\  a MerryChri^tmas but dor  make ah aslj jpf--"yip[ursfelf.  A NOTE Tb.WNION  MEMBEES ��� ���. ]\ ""  ���j_ The deciding factor in at y  l^sue is :he membership  themselves, you halve^the fiv  al say, but :f you do not attend yoijr ^ union!} meetings,  pu are 'Reaving XhX door oa-  -for���a small ftinority to  run_-your) affairs,   ���'  Three   years   ago   the JI2SC  introduced ' something ne v to  India'fe ��� destitute ~ childre \   in  t.* ii.        ,t   i v~ii!  itt,       ,      the 'kodai Mountains of Ma-  Mother:   (.irately  Why . do -gras r-State���enriched   {Kiahut  you.  go     o^it"  riding     with    butter biscuits.     ��� '"���  WeU.'I'they  doil't  utjtil |  go riding  The cup is empty  ONE of India's multitudes sits beside a dusky roiic  large Indian city awaitmg her issue of powderud skim  milk, a Christmas trect in that country. If is supplied  by the Unitarian Service Committee of Canada.  hTJMia  Pb'vvde'pd  skim milk  centuries of wdifihg, chiUrien sit  ly sight  WITH patience born o  on a.flut dusty roacli in India hungry for the daf  of o huge vat of powdereid skim milk, a gift of the Unitarian  Service Committee of Canada.  Friendship Dollars by  mas   Day.  Christ-;  The biscuits cost the voluntary relief agency only 16  cents a, pound. The children  devour 800 lbs. of this ;:iour-  is'hing protein food eveiy 30  days. Dr. Lotta Hitschmanova, travelling USC "iSxecu-  tivo Director said:- "The most  heartwarming   miracle  to  me  'is not only the. sight of the  children's bodies filling out  Hviiere^-previoasly   there   was  ~onryskin and bones, but the  Children were'actually lmgh-  ing. jostling and joking, like  healthy children here in Canada!" -   7.  .USC Headquarters at 63  Sparks Street, OilawaJ 4 is  now    appealing'  for    910.000  �� SECH  SOWLING  | ALLEYS  S.League or Open Bo > ling 5  * Coffee Shop 5  PHONE 8S5-99I1L8  !  ,      Wharf Rd, Seche  ii00000M0000000000000000��  RUG SHAMPOOING  and DEMOTHING  -Ooy or Eycnlnji Appointment  Done Right In Your  Own Home   f  RATES REASONABLE  \  For; Free Estimates  ' Phone SSS-9390  *mm  m^fj^^m^^M^' ���  ~^   GIBSONS  FRl.  a*id SAT.  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