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 &?  *% ��^ ��* ��. ^.Afl  ^ytf Vjitf?^ ^3-^ ***  rt u*L!*>r i*ff ���Wjkvwvtfw  ^irwucpr-MtrfrfnW"*-  ��WHfW. w*k   Vh^(V-V>i"[?''**,��-**'" ���-"-,���  3>i y I*-  PSSSTOH MICROPILHIKG SEfiVXCES  2182, WEST 12th, fdmiZ ** '  m  r   v��   ���*       j  <r- A*  Authorized os second doss ^  moil,   by   the \Post. Office     * ";   '  Deportment, Ottawa,    f -/  4 -<Tr  Volume 2/*No. 1 %       ' Vs  Serving the Sunshine Coast (Howe Sound to Jetvis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Grantham's Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  Mtson Creek", Selmo Park, Sechelt^ Holfmoon Bay, Segre^Cove, Pender Harbour, Madeira Pork, kTtemdale, Irving Lending, Eorl Cove/ Egr/iont.^ ^EPNJESPAY, DEC. 16/ 1964   ItQq  Count reveals . . ���  voting peiceiaiiige  results of controversy  "CONTROVERSY which raged from Council Chambers  to-coffee shop, on the Porpoise Bay park ref^ren*-  dum, resulted in a remarkably good turn out to the'polls  with a perceneage vote of about 64r per cent in Sechelt.  Gibsons had a smaller turn-   Banksuit-agency  foYMademirPark  BANK  of   Montreal �� expanded  it's operations Monday. Dec.  7  with the opening of  a  new  sub-agency  at  Madeira  Park.  ' Appointed accountant i n  charge, Mr. A. R Fromholt  who comes to the district from  the Abbotsford Branch. He is  36 years of age, married with  two^ children.  The Pender Harbour, Madeira Park sub-agency will be  open daily fiom 10 am. to���4k_y>  p m Monday through Friday.  The present location is only  temporary, a now building slated for the near future, pending  completion of negotiations.  Boer War vet  PRESIDENT of SecheltLegion Branch 140, Cde. E.  Surtees (left" and Zone Commander L. A. Schon  (right) chat with Cde. Arthur Dennis| 84-pear-old veteran  of the- Boer War, at the annual dinner. Very independent, Mr. Dennis lives at Porpoise Bay and for many approval or disapproval of the  years was engineer on tugboats "plying between Gow- proposed purchase of property  land Harboj and Vancouver.  out of 34 per cent which was  still considered a fairly good  representation on present1 day  figures.  ': '. , .. , ' /.'': VV  Leading the Poll in Sechelt,  Ben Lang received 130 votes,  iollbwed by L. P. Hansen.60;  Joe Benner 59 .an^-j��ob Kent  ���- ^ 47. Three votes to Bender were  considered spoiled, &&p*on..hair  splitting ruling, the X being to  tfife side of the correct spot on  ballot slip. -'-  Referendum    seeking   public  polling-place during the opening of the ballot-boxes and  counting of the votes."  Chairman of Council, Mrs. A*.  Johnston, asked her views, said  "the clerk was within "his  rights but i have no 'idea why  he should make" this decision."  Councillor ^Burner Gordon ex*  pressed Jus opinion bluntly with  "this is most unusual, the press  ���see page 8  Public hearing . . .          ' "���"- 'a" ���' ��� i ���   ���" ���  local Logging operators  protest Rayonier plans  at Porpoise Bay .was decisively voted out with 97 against, 51  for.  This now removes any hopes  of the Village retaining the 800  foot of waterfront property  which is understood to be  -sought by private interests for  commercial development.  ��t     >  "teas*!  **  GIBSONS  'Top votes in the Gibsons election went to Norm McKay  with 176, followed by Sam Fla  ts^  '  j^-as*^  Kiwanis propose,  taTFj^kpfdlecf^^  KIWANIS at a meeting with  members of the Brothers  Memorial Park committee last  Thursday, received the go-  $ ahoadT to proposals they, take  over the playing field area of  the park as a development project.     '        7  The. club hopes to develop a  hardball, Softball and soccer  area which'members feel is  badly needed in the district.  REPRESENTATIVES of the Rayonier, Canada; Com  pany, Mr. Ross Douglas and Mr. Bob Elliott, met dagV withT6i.~Bo~th m'eVare  with businessmen of Gibson^ and Sechelt last Wed- sitting members and their re-  nesday at a luncheon, following which, Mr. Douglas out- turn to office is taken asin-  lineoVplans of, the company to apply- for a pulp harvest- dication of the faith of the el-  ing*-area-in*4fte' Sechelt circle. 7���.-.,   i~     ���.,���_.,/ ectorate in .their- elected" vspte-  A-pubUc hearing" wiU be held     :���=*^i s tJ * sentatives.   ��� r-  in Victoria, January 4, at which    ed^the lumber required would Contesting the two -seats, N.  time protests, if any,  may be  'be that not^Svanted^by loggers H.  Harris  and  R.  F.  Kennett  heard.   Mr.   Douglas   told   the    at this time.    '  gathering, "if you feel like registering a protest, do so by all  means." *  The licence if granted would  mean in effect that Rayonier  could' log 'flff certain timber  presently denied private loggers, although it was explain-  Priority project  ��� ��� ���  i-"  Sechelt breakwater  if "poligy apprpved  SILENCE on the situation regarding a proposed breakwater for Sechelt was broken last weekend with  correspondence from MP Jack Davis tq chairman of  the chamber of commerce .breakwater committee, Norm  Watson. A copy of which was forwarded by Mr. Davis  to The Times. , '���  .. ��� ������, ����������� ��� ���':���,,..���.:���' ���������������'.'���.���'.  '/������ ���!���  Actively working on behalf of  the prpject, the member for  Cpnst-Cnpllnno expre.ssed nomo  Qpllhilsm but Iwnrncd nil \vn��  not yet plain sailing. He stated;  ���'I am Mill working hard on  our bronKwnler project, This Is  not to( say that It Is assured  beyond ,��ll possible doubt The  federal guvonnnbnt' is do /elop-  Inf; a iwlloy with regard to marinas. Once' this has received  (final   approvement   from   the  money involved.  As a result of Mr,,Davis's op-'  position .to , this cost-sharing,  the .minister ��� of public works  has' agreed that selected breakwater projects should go ahead  with 100 per cent financing.  However, Mr. Davis points out',  approval still has to be given  by, theT trenlsury^ board. All going well, this approval should  be forthcoming 'by Christmas.  Following questions regard-^  ing the principle of first refus"  al, which the company would  have* if successful with their  application, it. was explained,  the company would be forced  to forego, their first refusal  should they fail���to meet aj>rice  offered the logger by other interests, providing he hadjproof  of such offer for pulp timber  within his area.  Mr,. Vic Walters told the Rayonier men, as fairly "newcomers to the,'area, he felt the company should compete for timber,,, on- an equal basis .with  companies who have been here,,,  for some time. He did not think"  Rayonier should expect" special  consideration.  Mr. Douglas agreed in priric-1  iple but explained '"while other  concerns would probably |>c '  some years* before, .logging,,this,,  type of lumber, Rayonier would  bo using it within a year." We  presently have a mill at Wood-  fibre turning out about 250 tons  , of pulp dally," he said, "we  intend expanding the operation  to 500 tons daily."  Ho also pointed out that logging plays a large part in the  economy of tlio", district, nnd-  that  this  would  bo increased  ������ by 20 por co,nt should they com*  monctf operatlohs hero.    ���   ,���,.,',  " 'Both Mr. Ted Osborno and  Mr,v���^lko Jackson;>logglng op  received 103 and 68. votes' respectively.  * "*���afS  PRESS BARRED    * ^  An unusual "incident occurred  at the close of the Sechelt  Polls when Returning Officer,  Village Clerk E. Raynor used  his position to barr "a Times  representative from .the building during the count.  ��It is noted, the Municipal Act  states "the presiding officers,  their assistants, clerks, and  constables* and agents of the  candidates,, but no other person  except with sanction of the returning officer, inay be in the  Ben  Lang  Valuable haul  "#" '������   ���  ,    4  $5,000 coin collection  stolen hf young looter  BREAKfIN and. theft from a home next to the,Sechelt  Theatre, on Boulevard St., netted a juvenile burglar  loot to, the, value o( about $5^000 which was quickly recovered by'the RCMP.  Mr. Albert Lynn discovered,  the break-in and reported ,the  loss of a, coin collection valued  at $5,000, Theft: occurred'" {S��t-'  urday morning, while ho, was  as work. ,  Following    Investigation I,, by,  the  police,  It  was  discovered  an Indian child, had committed  e*4atbr8,   have   Indicated   Uioy tho.^ttonco,ai^d hacl distributed, ,ftostttutlon wasftntulo by, Bw-  will bo protesting the aivplfi   lho   col��fl   ftl^on��  h'9   vm,m��    ---'    -    n  ���i-r   ,  lion and have lh fact presented  friends,  "���nr*4,���.   S;>V''  Cautionary   note   from Hon.  Cabinet, the way should be 'Jean ;Paul,',Deschatelots, mini-  clear foiv a breakwater in Soi ster of public works, warns, the  chelt.^U am told that tiio So-' Sechelt project might not sap-  chelt breakwhter- is one of the poar In *tho l��(Js-00 ostllmritos,  first projects In Caiwula lo (bo    but, 1^ a suitable policy should',  approved If this new marina do-    be  accepted,   funds   could   be   ,, .,,   .    .. ..���     ��� _      ,���..,.  yelopmcnt"pollcy��lrndoptocl)r*w*proM  ..    ' ..    �� . .    I    ,.   ,    ppaslble,  eltlicr in the  supple-  Mcost ��tuvrlnK'iV'wltlv':,thD*prov-   of  the   main, estimates?.   Mr.!  ,'iricen Is popular with officials,, DeHchatolots concludes, J'l feel  in,Ottawa and luid tholr",view's''"|ho matter>��� Is of sufficient lm-  'pi'ovniled  tho  federal "''^y^fn-i v'po^tAn'c^' th^l,,, ,I,(���,>\,q]i��ld like to  ment would kliave puk^ip '!l'7Mi    dlHCusu  it ,,hot pn!y'"vwtth the   than enough operators here to   0fTtt(T  ��� per cent.^\\% prnvlhorol jiovem*"',' treasury Jward pvit also'at the1   hnrvent-any cln��8 of wood pro-        , ,..!,..-,.���..  ment 37\n p,or?cent;/in^'1ho*lo- *^  cal authorlteN 25 per cent of   munlcatlon and Works.  '        'factory price;      ���       ,     " .William   Gerry   Bu��hard   of  Sechelt '.appeared 'before", Mag-1;  istrato Johnston the previous  week as a result of charges!  which arose aficr he had driv-!  en through a fence of; the Me-;  Dcrmld property.     ;;; ^    '/^   I  1 Interviewed ';"&#���'!' fioil^'Ho :�����'&'&;''  foiihd to have(i''beon'1 ifirihkingl i  Total damage, was; qbput, $700.j  young    shard who was fined $150;  m  i  4  -teL  i  5  \  f  A Socholt man, Arnold .Tone's; i ',,'.  fa'ec(lMehargtSll^(lof^^B^i^>plyin'g'^'���'a'}*!,|''''��li,!*''''ll, \       '  m I nor with llqnor when he ap  ton,   MlnlMer   Unds,   Forests ' Kv,oro.a., ,so"w  ot ,u  f����n(l  their reasons;      >   /    ,       ,     other IWrillOtifj. ��� ^     -p     ;,v ,  Bntlumen feel it would >e���V,^^  ���throat-to the sinal^ logger, and   but   woro' ���(lmonls^(l ,du0  t0    Mt.wpcH,-.,:,        ,.,      ,-     ,,  that there  are  already  moro   t,,olr UmW yowrfl K1|{ht yen^      T|^0 chnrges were dismissed;  "i"V"'     when the minor on oath sworo  rho'hadCtwken the Hquor wiih-  out permission of Jones, -    ' ,  ���>*i ���'';>" vV  y1  ���<*ft-.  rf��K<  VV-<w., ���'���*��>if M.th'H^  '-ft',,��^tfj'.  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Page 2 The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., Dec. ^«': T?J^V^^i',i''^py^g' &"'
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Sechelt Peninsula^^*
Published Wednesdays by the
Sechelt  Peninsula  Times  Ltd.,   at
Sechelt, B«C.    ^
Gross Circulation, 1850 copies
Classified Advertising Ra%f
3-Line AdBriefs (15 words)
•   One Insertion .. 85c
Three insertions ',. 1.70
_ Extra lines (5 words)... 15c
Box Numbers, _~ _.25c extra
If paid before publication, a discount of i25ciperAdBrref is allow-
,jedL™-Serai4>ispla^ Super-Display,
and Blue Chip Display 1.50 per
*  r ' inch. ■-
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17c per count line (5 words) first
Insertion,   13c per count line subsequent insertions. '
■w,  ,., ';;Peod,ljne^£aturdayn5,p»m.u,»,.,,,,,,,
''In the event*of a typographical
error advertising goods or services
. at a wrong price, goods or services
may not be sold Qnd the difference
charged to the newspaper. Advertising  is merely an offer to sell>
ond; may   be   withdrawn   at  any
Advertising is accepted on the con
FOR renT~~~
ELECTRIC     range     (Westings
house) with glass door oven.
. w„a.,w*p.«j..«n™con-    Approx. 2 years old, $150. Ph.
dirion that, in the event of typo-,^"885-2240. 7783-53
graphical error, that portion of the      :	
advertising space occupied by the 4 MONTH old tri-color male
erroneous item, together with reas- Basset hound. Just what the
onoble allowance for signature, wirT" famiiy needs for Christmas,
not be charged for, but the balance    885-9981 7794-3
Form Nor 18_ ;
-   v;       (Section ?2)'
■Zj'     l&nd act      "
Notice of Intejttion to Apply
to itease. Land
In Land Recording District
of Vancouver arid situate approximately 1000 „ feet South-
East of Egmont, in the Skook-
umchuck Natrows.   _ ^
Take hotice,4that Joseph Wil-"
liam ^Bancroft of 33396 Roberts
AveV-So* 111, Abbotsford, B.C.,
occupation 'Consumer. Services
Representative B.C. Hydro and
Power Authority intends to apply for^a lease;of the following
  ,_^     described lands:
' "---'■■•■ ■-;.:. ■ y      :	
FOR   your  Fulled Brush   Pro-       Commencing at a post plant-
ducts   contact Willie   Takah;ed at the waterfront and  ap;
proximately 1000 feet Southeast
of Egmont Point; thence due
North four chains; thence, due
East three chains; thence due
South four chains; thengs1 due
West three chains -and containing one\;aS^^iie'hab!_jcrejs,
more or less, for th^pur■pose of
summer cottage site;
TWO bedroom furnishedhousef*.
Davis Bay, §80 per month.
Also furnished ) or unfurnisheti-
duplex, $45 per month. Phone
885-2281. 7796-1,
MERRY Christmas arid a Happy New Year. Going South
fotf-a short period. Please ph.
886-2496. Ewart McMyrm Real
Estate,   Gibsons, B.C.       779Y-2
Phone   885-4468.
of the advertisement will be paid
. far at the applicable rote
.-sA composition charge is made for
Advertising accepted and put into
production, but cancelled/ before
pubjication. Change from original
copy when proof is submitted to
customer is also chargeable at an
hourly rate for the additional work
, jf.  ■required.;., _ ..      ,_.
Subscription Rates:
3 0c per copy, 50c per. month (by
carrier); $5.4)0 per year, in "
USED reconditioned televisions    P^ed November 8th, 1964	
^froht"^^Wicl^^'"'^TV'"''kQd  ; 9687^Pub. Nov. 25; 2, 9, 16, '64
Radio, Sechelt, BC. 7784-53
LARGE size wood-burning circulating heater. T. W. Mars-
tin,  Mission Point Rd.,  Wilson
Creek, 855-9619.   .   .,-       7800-1
LARGE   selection   of   sporting
goods    make    gift    shopping
easy   at   Walt   Nygren   Sales,
ttvschool board
f*   a     t   -rtT~ . easy    ai   wan   iNygrc
t?3^ °J,   Thonks/    Engagements,    Gibsons    Rf   mroirw
Deaths. B rrhs  In Mom™:,^ r—      uioions,   ux,   886-9303
Deaths, Births, In Memoriam, Coming Events, Etc. Per insertion (up to
40 words) $1.25; extrq words, 3c
each. 25c Discount if paid before
publication, •;
PTA   calendars   now   on   sale,
50c each from Mrs. T. Lamb
residence.    Dolphin    St.     and.
Trail,  Sechelt, . B.C. 7802-1
30   CATERPILLAR,    hydraulic
blade,  extra  set  tracks,  see
Running    at   Solnik's    Service.
886-9662. 7798-tfn
FRESH kippers at" plant. James
Wharf.   Sechelt.   Phone   885-
FOR-membership or explosive
requirements   contact   F.   J.
Wyngaert, 886^340. Howe Sound
Farmers institute.    -    9957-tfn
"PLUMBING repairs and instal-
.    tattoos'. Agent for Stini power
saws. Tillicum Plumbing, Box
316", Sechelt. Phone 885-2055.
GIRL'S   bike,   excellent   condition,   English   Raleigh,, suitable to 16 year old. 886-2200.
PRESTO  logs,  totem   logs, "at
'Hilltop -Building Supply.  886-
7765.' 7793-2
CUT    to    any    specifications,
Maple   and   Alder   $12.   per
-cord. Fir $14 per cord. For immediate   delivery   phone   886-
2869 or 883-2403. 7801-tfn
Complete Water System Service ^
L. C. EMERSON    - "
Sechelt, 085*9516   ^
.    Insured Blasfing	
Phone Sechelt 885-9669
1      "The House With A Heart"
E. J. Caldwell, Proprietor
Box 97-Sechelt, B.C. '
:   •   -■. "   '        .   ' :
Scows -^ Logs
Heavy Equipment Moving
& Log Towing
Phone .885-4425
The Finest In
For All Occasions
Cowrie Street, Sechelt
Phonfr 885-4455
Phone 885-2062
Electrical Contractors   ,
Appliances - Electric Heat
'  Phone 885-2062
General Sheet Metal
Phone 885-9606
Floot Ramp and
Building  Contractor
Phone 883-2324
^ icement:work
Phone 886-2862
Peter Wilson
Fields - Lawns -...^ar^ons	
.",    /ROY BOLbERSON    '
Box 435 - Sechelt
Please  phone  evenings   only
•    9722-tfn
Sunday School — 10 a.m;""
"Church Service •— 11:15 a.m.
Prayer - Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
You are Invited to attend
any or cacTr fiorvlco,
NEWLY .appointedL,s.9^ry;   R    ,   &| ^    . rf   ,nsUrance
treasurer   to   School   Board,    s
School  District 46,   Peter  Wilson comes: to "the district, ,'from
Kitj m a tpfii G%" where-htr-hTTfrh ad
''885-2013, 886-2191
Earls Cove'^ubdiVrsion '— adjacent to Ear|» Cove
ferry terminal■,on the Sunshine.Coast Highway.
Madeira Park Subdlv|sl6nl.rz.J6y,etlooking*.Rondor,«
Harbour and Gulf —10% down -7-'easy' terms
.,. on balance. 1 Discount for caslv      ''■",    >
■•($ SLADEY — r/V\adoirti ,,Park'r B,C;
Phono B83-2233 or phono North Vancouver
■' - 985-4934.-- ■- ,    -'
five years experience as issist
ant secretary treasurer to
School District 80.
Previously he had been employed, as.a business/ nrannger
in ynncou.y.fir,; Secretary,, to a
'•■•School of" La'nfiuaKcs In Knti-
al branch with the Royal Air
Force, He Is also an associate
of the Chartered Institute of
Together with his wife Dena
a'nd two youngsters, Mr, Wil-
,son Is now settled in (Slbsons
and Is more than happy to be
oh the Sunshine Coast,
Theodore Metcaiie
;(;PASSRI)' away l]o(f, llr; MHII.
CiiVl^ioiVlioi' "Theodore M tt l,«
enffo, timni 77 years, of Mel-
eaffo Hoad, ' KoboxlH Creok,1'
H,C, Survived by his loving
wife   Mar^rel,   two   sons,   Ted
~n nd -J I mr^lliirnn bfriJIC^oiur*
daufditor, Mrs, Isabel Mdwai'd-
son, North Surrey, 11,0,, ilnd
nlno xrandchlldran. The funeral
•serylee was hold Monday, Doe,
14, liMM*. (|t 2'|),m, froin.lhe fa-
nilly chapel of Harvey Funoral
Homo, (llbsons, Interment Sen,
view Cemetery. In Hon of flovv-'
ers donations to 'Sti'Al/iry'fi
Hospital, Sechelt,  ll,C,
Sales and Service
Phono 885-9605
Iniurcd work fra,m Port Mellon
to Ponder Harbour     •
Phono 886-9946
Emergency and noo Emergency', *y -
colls.   Special   roies   for  OAP»   -
Qualified personnel  J a1   "\"
24 HOUR SERVCCE v ? '*   '
Phone 885-9927 °
A. SIMPKINS-885-2132
Frank E. Decker
Jal Block
Every Wednesday
for .appointment 1
for all yourjheating
I Oil Co.'s Finance Plans
C. E. (Col) Tingley
Box No. 417, Sechelt
885-9636 — 885-9332
Septic Tanks and Drain Field!
Backhoo and Front End
Loader Work.
Screened Cement Gravel
FtlJ and Road Gravel
Phone 885-9666
Box 172 -Sechelt
Mortgage  Money
"for New Construction
or Older Homes
Sunnychost Shopping Centre
Gibsons 886-2481
Sunshine Coast
Gospel Church
Sunday School  10 aim/
  Church Service	
11:15 a,m.
Solma Park, Community Hall
Kucior l<«v, James H. l'crmhM>n, ll,A„ l„th,
Phono «H,1.J>793    ,' -    ' T
December 20th, 1964
Holy Communion ^ 11;00 a,m;
•Evening Praypr'^ UQ:lp,m,      '    '
ST, HILDA'S — SECHELT     ' " '
" ^^^evflh'InrPfayor — 7:30 p.m/   "~
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7/ie Soggy GreerrjWitf
new superintendent
i ***f*irf*f»i •****■!< i
„^f"",    %*•*
—rby 3tey. J. IFirgusson
"NO/' THE, woman -snapped rudely across
toTtfaeweannsalesgirl; "I told you I wa
tiie counter
wanted the nylons in the spice shade, size 8—not 0*4-'" The woman's
-irate words gradually blended into flue general hubbub
of the crowded department store as the bedraggled littleo
_girl kept^ walking. No one paid, any attention to herw
she was old enough, to be on her own—not 4ostJ - just
walking.' '— ■ '
-•-Site   wasn't   walking   any-
• where in particular, this^young-
ster with the tattered coat and
'the cotton dress that was too
small  ior   her.   She  had   no
.destination really, outfit was
Chirstmas time, and the stores
were full of wonderful things
to look at. Besides, out. '.here
on Granville Street it was cold,
and still raining. It had been
raining torrents after . supper
when she had first come, into
the Bay.
"Lucky they are open 'till 9
for-Christmas," she thought to
She: looked at the Christmas
crowd of frustrated shoppers.
It was funny Jiow people could
scowl and frown so much when
-they were buying presents to
make other, people happy, she
thought. •
Suddenly, the incessant ring*
ing   of   a  bell.   Nine  o'clock.
.,. Store  closing time.   Frustrated
shoppers scurrying to buy one
ing sales .girls.
7 Then everyone leaving the
store. The little girl did up the
-two remaining buttons on her
thread-bare    coat,    and    with
„ child's.. steps, walked oat into
the    rain- s we pf    Vancouver
night. '-'_:"'_
■Where   to   go . nowrr*Where
could  she wander for- a little
\vh}le  longer?   She knew  what
was   going   on   in   the -dingy-
apartment off  Hastings Street
- ^e.^-'c^e^hoine^..JH[er^:.mc.tber.
had been; arguing with her father, and when he-lurched out
—4o-buy another" bottle, it sound-
soaking wet.
»    "But I could 'dry. them," she
thought, ''and they'd be warm."
As she' carefully tucked the
.wet mitts into hertpocket, she
realized   it •''was 'beginning   to
.rain hard -again. -Where -could
she go now to .get out of the
wet? Nearby stoochtbe^impres*-
sive dark stone building
with the neon" $ign/high above
the traffic, glowing* its jmes*
sage ''Hotel Vancouver."" She
was ^ drawn to-it. She pushed
through (he polished brass revolving floors"   and   her   eyes
Widened as she drank in the
sight: the sweeping vista, of
carpets, the huge rotunda with
its grey-white polished marble
columns, • the ' hand :rubbed
leather couches, the -lush,- chesterfields, the; languid stero music in the background, the rosy
glow' of the soft lighting; but
Best of all, it was warm and
dry in here! She entered timidly and slid into one pf. the ele-
«gant?leather^chesterfieldsv «r J« ^
She was just-feeling to " see
if her new-found mitts, were
still hi her pocket when the
hotel attendant approached her
with the words:*
"Who   ate   you   looking; for J-.
littleTgirl?'' *' "        , '/■,;,
Then, seeing she-was very
-~ypung==and  really* not looking
for anyone but had just come
• in out of th£ night, he said, not
-unkindly: V -
-"It's almost, ten o'clock.
;v.Dp„n*t^-yott.:ibiiik:;ypu had better
go home?  It's—past your bed-
time."    ' ■  '■'" —>- -.::=--—=-^-
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Warning against break of rules
■ POSTAL- authorities have * war- name, complete address, an£
, ned the public tiaai itis coii-—official postage only on tiie face
trary to  postal regulations to   sale," they said. -
-put^TB Christinas^ Seals on
.the address side ~o£4~ letters;"
Christmas cards, and parcels.-
"While we don't want' to, we
"have had to return several
hundred letters, and parcels to
the, senders because they ignored this regulation. Letters
and  parcels   should  have -the
.D. A. Geekie, executive secretary of the Christinas Seal
Society encourages people to
"put Christmas Seals on alt
your cards'and parcels but put
them on the back where tbey
will cause no problem for .the
post office and where the receiver will see ,11iem, witb their
'wish for Good Health."
■■JS./JOHN Kelleher has been ap>
.'_ pointed superintendent of the
fBank of Montreal's British Columbia'division, Vancouver. He
succeeds John. B. Lesslie, who
:hasvbeen appointed -an assistant- general   manager, at   the
'. Ontario   divisional   headquarters,; Toronto. >
.:   Kelleher comes to Vancouver
.from «ah   important   uptown
branch in Montreal, where he
has .been manager since, 1958.
Previously he served extensively at branches in Ontario and
Lesslie came to Vancouver in
1962 as associate manager of
,jthe;; mam. JVa^
He had\ previously served at
branches in Eastern Canada
and at the bank's New York
agency. He became £uperintenT
dent of the British Columbia division in November, 1963.
ed as iif ^here was going to be
i. a real row. The litMe girl had
put on her coat and headed out.
No one at home had ..seemed
worried about where she was
going. ";■
■ ,  :Now it was nine o'clock and
the stores had closed.  People
on buses everywhere— cars go- '
ing home everywhere. She wandered.   The  crowds  had   gone
; now; the buses had picked up
their last" big loads of people
with Christmas parcels.
'    It was as she came to the
empty bus stop in front of the
• cold,  gray  Law  Courts  Build-
, ing on Granville that she saw
' them. A' pair of soft green wool
mitts,   Just. sitting   abandoned
on the bench at the bus stop,
I She examined them. Not brand
'.new,   but  that  was O.K. ( because then you cpuld-curl your
, „ ,,-,f jnger.s,>,ui)i.;::'int<i,,1':';Oii«'!;1 palms if ,.,
/: your hands got cold Inside. She
< Was delighted! She .couldn't rev
; member having mitts of v her
, very own, and .now; she found
Meekly, having received this
kind of suggestion in other,
warm places she had gone,
she slipped off the pefishetTlea-
tber , chesterfield onto which
she had just climbed, and
without a word pushed her way
out through pnepf the polished
brass revolving- doors. Once
more she found herself standing on the dark, wet sidewalk,
with the raindrops splashing
themselves into* tiny, rings in
the puddles at tjie curb,
Where could sbego that was
warm and dry? No sense going
home yet; herfather...'would,,,
still have a'lot left to drink
in his bottle. When she left the
overcrowded' 'apartment room
they called home he had been
yelling^at" oveifoncT~By ~now*~
he would be worse;     r:   ^     r.
She looked across» Granville
from the hotel steps. There,was
that big church,.,, Perhaps It
would be open.' Clutching .her
soggy * mitts Ideep in'- hef jcoat
pocket she crossed the street,
heaved oh the,! massive oak
inside into-
looked around.       v .-■-,.
It was-funny how things were
at ^Christmas, she thought. The
people buying :.preserits in 'the
store should have" seemed happy but they all looked sad.
Eveif "the man at the - hotel
looked sad; '■"'*■■"
""""People should- be happyi at
Christmas," she thought. ""You*
are -supppsed to give things
at   Christmas   to   make   other
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t "I wonder if anyone is ,go-
in^to make the baby Jesus
happy at Christmas?" she
thought silently.
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pocket and felt agaih-the^wetr,""
wooly mittJS she} had 'Z come ?; to
love so much.. ''.
■" "I wonder if anyone; is going
to 'give Him a present this
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long while, turning it over scri-
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..J.J .   . -,.'}���"-"���-  .Page 4 The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed;; Dee, 16, 1964  Cubs and Scouts  hold nut drive  CUBS and Scouts -were .really  on the ball last Saturday morning to take part in their annual 'Nut. Drive, in Sechelt and  adjacent area.  Sixteen cubs covered the  village in record time and within one and a half hours sold  the record number of 129 boxes of nuts.--'  Covering the outsid^area, the  scouts also had^a-ojtlhccessful.  drive, results have yet to come  in but it is known hardly any  nuts were brought back.  Support of the drive is greatly appreciated by the " organizers who are pleased at the  response of the community, toward the cub and scout movement.  Se  so  notes  ���With Your Neighbours  LADIES Auxiliary <to Branch 140 Royal Candian legion  has just wound up a very successful year. They catered for a bowling banquet, held a tea and bake sale,  purchased .new .tables for. the hall and also table, linen  for future banquets, purchased a new standard and lanyard, and re-furnished the kitchen with china, cutlery,  and a new refrigerator. They cateredjor functions put  on by the branch also the teen dances, and the bingo.  $50 Winner  DON Head of Don's Shoe  Store, presents a welcome $50" bill to Mrs.  Wibme* of Port Mellon,  last lucky winner of the  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre monthly family allowance check draw.  A sedentary, friend, unimpressed by the physical-fitness  fad, remarfks, "Muscles come  and go; flab lasts."  Donations were sent to  Shaughnessy Hospital, Salvation Army,, and they equipped  an examination and treatment  "room in-the new hospital at a  cost: of $323.84. A plaque was  placed on the door bearing the  name of the LA. They beta" teas  at various' homes during the  year for raising funds. Mrs.'  "Alice Batchelor was presented  with a life membership at one  of these, made and raffled a  beautiful quilt, knit 13 pairs of  -���socks for vets, wool being donated by a member. Held a  Christmas tea and bake sale,  have been active in zone meetings, both at Gibsons and Powell River'. Sold poppies and served refreshments after the service on Remembrance Day.  The LA was honored in hav  ing their president, Mrs.- C. G.  Lucken elected the first president of the newly-formed El-  phinstone Zone. The meeting  was  held in Powell  River.  Officers elected for 1965: are;  President Mrs. Chas. Foster,  First Vice-president Mrs. E..  "Surtees, Second Vice-presidnt  Mrs. S. Waters, Secretary Mrs.  Geo. Batchelor, Treasurer Mrs.  M. Leemari, Sergeant-at-arms  Mrs. T. Ritchie Jr., and executive committee, Mrs. F.  French. Mrs. R. M. Thompson.  Mrs. W. E. Haridford, and Mrs.  M. Cook- Mrs. Cook was appointed color bearer.  HERE   AND  THERE  Mr: T. Ivan B. Smith is a patient in St. Mary's Hospital for  suTg'ery. --  The dplf raffled by the Sunshine Rebekah's lodge "82 was  won by Mrs. Peggy Laska of  Vancouver. Mrs. - Laska has  two little girls who >vill be delighted with this lovely gift.  Rebekah Sunshine Lodge 82,  Sechelt has been invited , to a  Chirstmas party Dec. 16 by Arbutus Lodge 76, Gibsons.  New citizens  BAILEY���To   Mr.    andW Mrs.  Thomas Bailey of Granthams  Landing,  a son,  born Dec. 3,  1964.  BUCKINGHAM���To    Mr.   ,and  Mrs. Donald Buckingham of  Ocean Falls, a daughter, born  Dec. 9, 1964.  NEED A  NEW or USED  TRY  Peninsula  Motor Prod.  SECHELT, B.C.  Ph. 885-2111  - Ted Farewell  WLft  ieiiB  ofyoUriM leWc^fs  Saw Centre  Wilson Creek  Dealers for P.M. Canadien - McCulloch ���  Homelite -Pioneer and Stihl Chain Saws  COMPLETE STOCK OF ALL MODELS  Parts and Repair Service  Telephone 885-2228  immmmmmnrmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  mmmwnmmwmmmimmmmmwm*mma*mmmmmmmmmwmm marwmmmmtmmmm ���  K'  r  i...,-  Sates & Service 1  RELIABLE - PROMPT  -  !  Rlchter's T.V. & Radio Ltd.  j   Sechelt, B.C. Phone 885-9777  A FULL RANGE  OF ALL YOUR  PLUMBING  NOW  IN  STOCK  ICAJip��;::;;;;::;;::i.  SHOE STORE  Sechelt, B.C. - Ph. 885-9S19  ! YOUR FAMILY STORE  j      STYLE SERVICE AND QUALITY  wmmmmmmm  \  }.l WO W�� :��t'. Jl  Also  Stock of  GIBSONS RESIDENTS  Calls now taken for Ad-briefs  \ and Messages for The Times  \  at   the   Coin   Dry   Cleaners,  |   Sunnycrest Plaza        Phone 886-2231  *mmmmmmmmmmmm)pmmmm~mmmmm mmmm>  t *mm*mm.  fmmmmrnmmmmm  Oil Disfribiatoi1  GIBSONS/ B.C.  Phone 886-2133  \mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmk  _ lis*',',,'.'��������� -. , ������,   HERWINWBLLSAMS  Vtf|��>T';v';';'' ,;'"*'  -   ~~r~:_~~^~^^_J''''���1a:' '''': i '>    '������'������'.���.'."���' '''���'",���'.   ���  .";v/^~  Qyqll"? o��# Paiiifs  EXTERIOR - INTERIOR - AND ACCESSORIES  Brushes !" Po'nt J*0,,er;! A Thinners -Sandpaper  Peninsula Plumbing Ltd.  PENINSULA PLUMBING  Heat ing & Supplies  ? FREE ESTIMATES  Super Kemtone  Sherwin Williqm Paints  Phone 886-9533  ****��0>****t*mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  ,*���  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmmm*  Phone 886-9533  G.bSo���VB.c | | PENDER HARBOUR HOTEL  ���I-  mmmmmmmmm~mmmmmmm0mrmmi\  Ciller IfiS��        Mew Wtt- FASHIONS arriving daily  FURNITURE AND PAINT  :   ���'���--' STORE  NEW CHESTERFIELD SUITES  NEW* AND USED EVERYTHING  COME IN AND BROWSE  -' .'.,���.',,..-���. SECHELT :.< ,  Phono 885-2058  INTERIOR A EXTERIOR >  Siiiiiiiiii  �����f  -'"������' .���������<,',  B ���a$mmwk^&^w*��^^*&*#-  * BEAUTIFUL HOLLAND SUEDES  * BORG LINED Y% and, y* CAR COATS  * DOUBLE KNIT SUITS, JUMPERS AND  BLOUSES  , Coffee  Shop and  ^   Dining  ' Room  arn-11 pin  Sunday  0 arn-8 pm  "i',     'V,  I'tiiniiniiiiiiiiiui  \-*mtmimmm0mip*>i*mmi*mmmimi**immimmt<mmmm  T^^ffflfl  Own Chinese  Food Available  I A**WMW��tMlKMl��W'��!Wfl��'t��"<M��I I  I'-' ')'  w  e  //.'-���f..  Conycnlcntly locotod acrosi from',  Kon'a Golden Dollar,Store  Phone 886-9941 - Giboono  W��iMhru, Sat S p.m.-ll p  Sunday 2 (Mik-B p.mi,  Phono 883-2377  i r  ��.*,  ' **^t*(     p jMM  "V  7   ��  .��.,������ i^,iV^,!'.f;,,i'., ,.���'��� ir.ywWW'Vi:*�� ���s-,,.',":t���  'ill"*'"1'.. ,, ��"  /V.  0-  f  *>B  The Sechelr Peninsula Times,Wed��� Dec. 16/1964 Page 5   , m . _���_. . S i-  f  & �� ��� \  f   "l *  _����   . -      Iff    1  DROP IN  AND BROWSE  AROUND  .'.> -v.,....�� ��  '��� ���&?  We how have m sfodr  ���,aslargetseleclii>n of  *Mfe    Household Appliances,  %fe T.V. Sets - Gifts for fhe  if-    merman:^*^ >-  SWEATERS "f"'  SOCKS &  TIE SETS -<e%  SP0RT SHIRTS  JACKETS  SHIRT  %f  V  P.S.���Here are just a few items  you'll find around the store to     ^^  please everyone on your list:  TOYS -��� GIFTWARE  LUGGAGE  -   SMALL APPLIANCES  RECORD PLAYERS  STEREO SETS  TRANSISTORS  Tl'/V ^^~  FREE PASS TO SECHELT THEATRE  WITH EVERY ORDER OVER $10  ���j -" fcrlV.  M   JACKETS  RQBE SETS  EVERYTHING FOR HIM  AT  ��r~..  c&s.  ��1*  SECHELT, BX.  Phone 885-9713  UN  ���"��� tw��y��iM��t*��*��������������>����>*��**!  ���%s  Sechelt  ,<&���  tM����������MI����"������������������ fji����**  L^D/fS^WTAfe  "��Mf,IMl).(l(  ,.���������"'  1 *      JlNi  i;,r;.l���,1y  IIMMMIIMI'I   ___��  ^  W  <��)  fCpiSTMAS  .   Adorn her at1 Christmas   (&  'l"**with','tK^'"^K  smartest gifts that ever��� 'V  went under a tree,   ">*  See us for a fashionwise  arrdy of styles,  smart, dressy and dramatic   y<  '" Coats"-Ca'rctfats - Dresses  TSWrte;-BU>us^  "'"" .'' .'i''1'1 ,'''",|m,h����i'mi'h,''.   :'  i ''���'''    ' '   '��� '  _,    Pull-Overs - Housecoats  -vLlrigorlc ^ Loathor Handbogs  Let flowers say "Merry Christmas" for you . < .  as gifts . .and in your own home! We have all the  \and Millinery  ���*\ <n  *  Ladies'VWear is our  ,,,.-   only liuainess,   ,  traditional Yuletide favorites ������������- ..and many attractive new arrangements. Gome, see, select!  Place your orders early and avoid disappoint-  g  ment.  TABLE dENTRES  PLANTERS  :  PblNSETTAS  tCHRISTMAS GREENS  cERAMidVases  CUT FLOWERS  I'";;.  V  SECHELT  Phono 885-2002  Mhoi  LAD/ES' WfAR  tH.'fflyjV'i'ji"' ii,**fl.,��"��,i''",n'Vi��|w'^"  Jv   ftS   ' '       '. ,,  -^/���ri,'3   - . , ���.-,i.  rfM, SHOP  Prion�� 885-t4455  , (��|.,i SillllBt  ..|.wl.. PogeiS The Sechelt Penirtsulo Times, Wed., Dec. 16, 1964  Wiisb/iCreek notes  __$y, Mabel W.agman  1        .  o__;  POT LUCK^ supper a succes���A pot luck, suppeTlieid'  thti"*Wa|sfaB..'Creek Community Halli December 7,  turiTeii^ttt-a^uc<^ssrmtJi.^Jti-array of many fancy dishes of food made up by the mothers of the community,  on display for the supper hour. Following the supper,  the minutes of the la��t general meeting were read by  Mrs. Suhdi Reid with Mr. George Mitchell In the chair.  Business at hand was discussed as we felt it was ,an  appropriate time with many residents attending the affair. The evening closed with a social get-together.  Special hours^z  given by- board.  THE   Honorable   L.   R.   Peter  son, Q.C., minister of labor, to  ending'December 26, 1964. "- ii\ the .day and 40 in the week.  ^Minunwm Wage Relations , "The regulation is- in line  trequire-"that time and on^tetf==^i^h^_board's usual practice  #of the employee's regular rate   randiT=ae^igned   to  facilitate  of  pay  shall be  paid  for'all    Christmas shopping," Peterson  hours worked in excess of eight���said.  :,t^Jv '  ^fr'tftnounced that'the Board  of^fflrJusfi-ial 'Relations has issueda special Hours of Work  Regulation for Christmas.  Under the regulation persons  employed in retail establishments- may work two hours in  excess of the daily limit pro-,  vided in Section'3 of the Hours  of Wo'rk Act, on any two days  during    the    two-week    period  SCHOOL GOINGS ON    ,  At the meeting of the Mothers' Group on Monday, December 7th, plans were, discussed on the Christmas party for  the children on the afternoon  of Tuesday, December 22. the-  day school closes. Parents are  111 welcome to attend.  HOME  ON  LEAVE  LAC Douglas Wayne Baird is  home with his parents. Mr. and  Mrs. Kenneth Pearson where  he is enjoying a month's leave  from the RCAF and to enjoy  the Christmas season at horoe.^  In 1965  Successful ticket  in Play House draw  DRAW took place December 8  for] the life size Playhouse,  project of Jobs^ Daughter,, and  was won by Mrs. Ray Malyea  of Gibsons.  Proceeds of the dr*aw -Wilts go  toward other charitable projects of the group and a word  of   thajjks   is   extended   to   all  \who helped  make  the ^venture  a success.  ^E?Sr  1  w  "     'IT  1?  w  w  ��  ��������� w  w  ���  g  1?  SL  Mv  M  M  a  y  ��  ��  M  .  v-tf  4?  w  m  ,-�����  "g"  ;���  A.  B-  '������'���&  a  ��  a  ��  <   r  w  "  #  ��  V  a  During the 1963 policy year  \��better than one car in ten in  the Vancouver area was involved in an accident and the average cost of each accident increased by SI 1, the Association  said. For the first time, Vancouver's accident .frequency  and.... cost, average combined exceeded that of Toronto.  Victoria,   which  has  had  the  best   accident   record   of   any  major   centre   in   Canada���and  the lowest rates���has now -lost'  its   place   to   Brandon,   Manitoba. "The"'number of  accidents'"'  in Victoria jumped 35 per cent  daring the year, th.e..numJjeF.-.af---  tafces--~-people injured is up 38 per, ceitt^  is   a    and, the   amount^of   property/"  damage   from   automobile   ac-  S- - $  &  ��  I  t  8-  i"  S  ���S"  i  i  J  1  s  1  _ ...        ....     ... , .  ������      s  ,, fi^ai^>(>i^^��?3(^>^><><^^^^a^^^^>ia��2)3)��)>l^��lS)?)3)3l>lSl-->?W^2i?^,7  ���Another    thing    that  jacks   or   better  to  open  storm "window. .  Christ mas Oreetmgs  to all pw friends  MR. AH�� MRS. J. A. MACKLIN  ~   BUDD AND SHIRLEY FEARNLEY AND GIRLS  ORV AND EVE MOSCRIP  LOUIS-AND PAULINE BENNER  LEO AND ELSIE JOHNSON AND FAMILY  MR. AND MRS. T. W. BLIGH  HOWARD AND ELEANOR CARTER  SAM AND ADA DA WE  ED AND ANNE RENNIE AND BOYS  HARRY AND GLADYS BATCHELOR ','  ERIC AND BONNIE PAETKAU AND GIRLS  GORD AND MAUREEN HALL AND GIRLS  ALAND ROSA SWAN AND FAMILY  " '     RICHTER'S RADIO & T.Y-  BILL AND BEULAHLAWSON AND FAMILY  CLIFF ANDPEGGY CONNOR AND MARY  DICK*AMTlSypHA,CLAYTON AND FAMILY       ,  ';"'";"   ''���''' ��� '"', ���������''"���"-' %..: ' ;" '���   ' ."���"' - ' ���'������'.' 'i;Y''  '"..I    '   : '�����     :  ,   ������ ,1     ��� (. ,,'�� "  In lieu of Chrjstrnas cards we, fiave sent  donations to St. Mary's Hospital  Auxiliary Memorial fund.  /���  B��*s��iw<^i*to^WWr*>��*W1*'H  k  uiomobile accidents  increase boost rates  VANCOUVER���A sharp rise in the number of automobile accidents, particularly in the areas of Vancouver arid Victoria, will lead to higher insurance costs in  1965, the Canadian Underwriters' Association announced  today..      �� .-"     ;       ~~~   ;      '���     '     T~~  cidents has increased 47 per  cent.  The increases in costs, according to the CUA, is general across Canada and will lead to  rates averaging , 15 per cent  higher as a whole arid 20 per  cent higher for British Colum-  bia. Prince Edward Island will  receive the highest increase,  averaging 23.3 per cent.  . Some drivers, particularly  those over; 25 years of agCj who  do   not   drive   to   work,   may  find their, insurance only frac-  tionaliy;v;Kigher ^because of alienations   in  the   "differential"  -between various classes of driver. C.U.A. officjais^aT that  the high incidencea of rush  hour accidents justifies^ a low -  er rate for those who leaye  their cars at home. .,���/'*'  Average increase in the lower mainland area will be 20  per cent; in Victoria and on  the rest of tlje island, rates  'wilt, increase by about 28 per  cerit; AvjDfage increase in the  Fraser Valley will be 22 per  cent; I9\per cent in the Okan-  agan, 11 per cent in southwestern ��B.C.  and  12  per cent in  . the balance of the province.  Motorists. will' feel the effect  of any" changes JVhen their policies come up for....renewal next  year. Full details "regarding'  rates for individual motorists  will soon be in agents' hands.  ^Insurance rates vary widely across the country according to the accident frequency  and cost, within a given, area.  Kates are generally highest in  or near cities and lowest in  rural areas. However, in some  remote .areas collision insurance," which  pays  for damage  ���Ho the driver's own enr, often  costs niore/High 'frequency of  one'ear accidents,1 coupled with  higher repair costs, 'results in  higher insurance pre'niiuiijs,������  Insurance   rates   nro   lowest  for tnoso car owners who,- according   to   accident, .sliitlstlcs,  arc least, likely to got Into' an  .accident, If an owner Is under  ,.2,r) years of ago, or 'hasH a male  driver under 2'r> ti��lh^''lilfl cur  occnslonidly, or If lie drlvo/i  to work,, uses his,.car for., bus*  inefiSj or, has had an' accident  within three, years,, bin Htiitl.s-  tloiil likelihood of becoming' In-  ��� volved In an accident incronsos  an<| his iiiHurance rato rises  accordingly,  ��%  FOR COMPLETE  "'INSURANCE  SERVICE  Life ��� Health ���Annuities ��� Group  For further ,  Information  wrlro to  SECHELT/ ��,  P.C.  Pox'381,  i      ' ,  Bryan E, Pitrklruliaw      ,     T)ir ' Robort E, Loo  Greats West'Life.' ' \  ���<0"iiin, i'     ���.(i.  NEED A CAR?  NEW or USED  TRY  Peninsula  Motor Prod,  '   SEpHELT, n,C.  p'h."l.flo$'^ni i Xfilfe  ~l^T  [lils advortlsoniont Is not putillslicit or displayed liyjho Liquor Control floarrt  or liy tho Oovornmonl ol (iiltlsli Columbia. h-io^;i.  '��� ' f" ' .  \  ,'    i,   !, )'���  :&&������  Round about the town  f  ���MBy JEd Green  THE CHRISTMAS reason is upon us and now is the time  - to.sincerely hope that the makers and mongers of  Christmas -toys have managed" to come up with something that will last a Tittle longer than it takes to get  JinpackedL^and assembled. They haven't done it yet,  and white it is mildly unfair to the kids, it's downright  ^ggravatiag to rri6 each year, as I try to cope with these  automatically disintegrating dollar traps that come com*  ^|,ete wrtlr a built-in Bronx cheer that accompanies their  test dying gasp.  * Qt- course the things don't  really 'fly apart that fast but it  seems that way. I -can/-remem--  berwheni"T was a little boy,  (Egad, what a memory!) my  father who was a little boy too,  used * to buy me a lot of wind--  up toys. They had to be properly tested in secret, after I  was asleep dreaming of Santa  Claus and just when he was  enjoying them most there would  be a whizz' and a whirr and  the floor would be covered with  bent tin, springs and wheels. I  had to get through Cbristnias  Day with What I could salvage  from the disaster.  My father was somewhat upr  set about these mechanical fizzles and after three or. four  years of it decided there- would  be no more, so my next present  was a Daisy air gun. The first  worthwhile target -1 saw was  our next door neighbor bending  vjPyer, JP,,., pick ,up, an .armful,, of  wood to cook his Christmas turkey.-I had hardly pressed the  trigger when he dropped the  wood, claimed his hand to his  buttocks and leaped into the  air yelling the most unChrist-  massy things. After registering  a hot complaint to my falher  he said he would have to eat  bis Christmas dinner standing  up. If. it was any comfort to  him, so did 1, but he never  knew -how lucky he ivls. It  might have been���.a.���,.22,^  The. next thing Santa brought "  me was a steam engine and a  lot of gadgets like pulleys and  little machines. It was a tflgh-  lyrlechnieal. job with, a horizontal boiler complete with a  smokestack, a whistle, steam  gauge and a throttle. It made  my ' father, and two or three  spare uncles, very happy ^and  I was even allowed to push my  way through them to watch  the Tittle engine spin wheels and  things. I was beginning to^-sus"-  pect that the grown-ups were  a lot happier than I was when  we ran out of methylated spirits, the essential fuel, so the  little, engine was packed up and  put away in another room. All  I could do was stare at the-  box. I iixed that later when I  smuggled a bottle of coal oil  into the room and fillecTTfie  tank: rimist" have ^filled something else too because about  two minutes after I lighted it  there was a gentle "WHOOF"  and the engine turned -black  and melted. The house would  have melted too if my father  hadn't thrown a bucket of water over the fire. It seems that  methylated spirits and coal oil  don't have the saine properties  but it cost,? me < an. engine and  a painful1 session with father to  learn the difference.  Even the simplest things  made for Christmas didn't  stand up any longer->Aan it  took you to isit down. By now  we had progressed to the point  "Hvhere electric lights replaced  the messy and dangerous can  dles on the Christmas tree. The  tiny; multi-Gjplored - lights looked  beautiful when lighted and you  ~were" just beginning to .snjoy  them, about five * minutes, when  the would blink and go "out,. The '  instructions on- the box they  came in said that all "you had  to do was rfind the bulb that  burned out andV"replace it. and  this would", light up the string  again���the. mad dreamers.. But  they were nice and you; could  ���get through CBrj&tmas fine if  you had enough spare bulbs,  about five dozen. Anyhow it  was exilarating to locate and  replace a burned out bulb after  a big turkey dinner and sev- '  ecal scoops of what was loosely  called Christmas cheer liquids.  :'. We are now in the electronic  age and it looks as if the kids  are electronic rtoo. Last Christmas my two grandsons, aged  six arid eight, received an array   of   gadgets,   walkie-talkies  _and-other associated, junkv They"'  were downright selfish with  them too; their fathers and I  never had a Chance to test  them. They knewmore about  them than we did. I-don't know  where today's kids get their '  knowledge. ."������������  -" The kids even got a little airplane with a real gasoline motor. We never got a chance to  test that either, well hardly. We  just got the thing going good  when fit crashed in flanies .  Well that was about par for  the Christmas  course.- In  two  days -the -walkie-talkies �� and  other stuff packed up too.  There are times when I feel  ��� that. the mysterious magic of  Christmas is passing -me by.  After last year's fiasco. I found  that times might have changed  but people haven't: I determined that this year there woula\  . be no nonsense and I woukhVt"!  be charmed by any fascinating  toys for any reason whatever.  I was deep in this dark mood  as I thumbed through a mail  order catalogue and wondered  how people could be so stupid  as to be wasting good money,  The Sechelt- Peninsula Times,  C*^ " "D  wrtia*M,-MLi��6�� po9e 7 dliQppers DllS  one clay early  they hadn't even earned. How  couldAhey be so naive as to be  takei/ in by these, psychological traps? Not for me. I wasn't  going to be brainwashed by a  slick ad man. Then I saw it.  There before my eyes was a  perfectly stunning set of electrically driven racing cars, Ferrari's, Jaguars and Maserati's  that whizz around a figure 8  track like a real Grand Prix  race. There are four cars, an  ideal setup,; one - for each Of  the kids, one for their father  and the other for "me; My~ fine  resolutions went by the. board.  JiS if'..an. a. dream I reached for  the order form and once again  embarked on the periolus path  Of Christmas spirit for one  more year.  'M:  THE shoppers' bus which would  , normally run on Thursday,  Dec. 24, will run" on Wednesday, Dec. 23, 'for this week  only.  ;K  USE  TIMES  CLASSIFIED  NEED A CAR?  NEW or USED  ���'       .AJL^TRY;  Peninsula  Motor Prod/  SECHELT/B.C.  limit  ,RK. -885-2111   - Ted   Farewell  ttiuuuu minium in m  f. ���'���������  % ������  1$ ?  Thanks to Voters  To the members of the electorate who so kindly  gave me their support and confidence I take this  opportunity to express my sincere thanks.  During my term in office it is my desire to  institute as many changes to the benefit of the  community as the budget will permit^-���' -  As a past commissioner, I feel well qualified to  take office agom  your interests to the best of my ability.  Thank you again.  L. P. Hansen  , i iw .�����,��,��� *,t,(^i.M���,**,y/|l  ^*^He(i'Btoi*Si4t.s��*M<ii'W**iiit!i(^iiJ Www 4fe*v  7 delightful and original ways to solve your Christmas gift problems  f     ,- '        ' '     ,  '      ''���'���"'''       ; '   ^ '.���'.'�� ���������  �����   i.'.* ,j..' , .    i ���������,., . , ^       ���):',''^'r,XMr''Tliorc/s^Omc\IWnB cxdiinR, for everyone on your phone bell;Tlic voice amplifying handset O 'ivitlv " ',  :,        Christmas list among the&c attractive gifts lrom a variable volume control ia a Joy to the hurdroC"   /:l"'���;''"'-i,     H.C, TKL. '���  " hearing.  '���   i Now, for thcTlrst tivnc, you cna.mako n present of The ever-popular standard extension phone in n  * long distance calls with an attractive new LONG range uf nine lovely decoriuor colours ��   is i\  ��� niSTANCK CJII'T CER.TIHCJATK 0        (, welcome Rift for practicallf anyone,  ���--^noj|,pr,���|f,r,,lwnyS,p0pU|nrJjrI4,U,yf(|,m|ljC^  , second line���with a pushbutton phono p   iliut rate or present your gift in person,1 Costs are sur-  ,,, can-handle two .or more calls simultaneously. Or prisingly low and in most cases you, can papvitu    ,.,,  * what about iho glamorous liulc Smrlho* ��   ?' u ������ll monihly additions to your own phono bill.  "*" . - . . oblcms In minutes hyculllnp  chu   Ol'firn  ���.  attic   fell'   "{lilt  *4^p**��W^"��i��WiWll*��W*!IIWI*  The now '���pciiktirnhoiic O is the very latest la Solve your shopping problc  "hands frecf' phoning, and for gracious HvlngUhc , your H.C.-TKL, Business <  melodious bull chime O way replace ihc-ordliiilty,;     Telephone Service".  Office ��� ask lor I'Gil't *T"*^*Fm:  mmH qowmbiA mmom compahy  ffi n��o,T M,  i iti li n* It'll' li ���i��ij|i| ^i  ... I    I ��� , . .  WOULPWIPi; TELEPHONE CONNECTIONS n INTERNATIONAy'TVyX AND TEtCTYPE SERVICr. h RADIOTEIEPIIONES'�� CLOSED CIRCUIT'TV �� INTERCOM AND PAGING SYSTEMS  ELECTROWRITERS ��� DATAPMON^S ��� ANSWERIn'o AND ALARM UNITS " OVER 300 OTHER COMMUNICATION AIDS FOR MODERN HOMES AND BUSINESS      "'���  1     ' ''. �� (���  lt|i'ti"l,',lll,t ' ''' n    i"i*.(i ' ���'  f;  I'  $~  m:  ft;.  ���fc  ��  1            w  1 ���     8"  1                  fa-  1                        ^?*  1                !&$>'  i*V             M'  1             '���'#  1                W  I,'-" -���--���'���-i-"fe  m                       -Mi,  I            I-:  1         ���   ;tr  1            fr  1            t'-  w ���            % *  1. -���   \t  u  ' M  fv  #('���  ft".  k  S%;  m  It  ..    ��� 0  ��  n  \   ���  in  ���'.)  ..il   �����(   ./l  ��...  mm  K">  WfBfWWBW^^ -., V ?^  "���SUffl-j ��t  "I  �����;  *.��t ���  ��� V  4*B��=��sen ration  w^pogelBg?The Sechelt Peninsula Times, We,^l)ec. 16,1^4  P&Clh  Steady growth . . .  Ififflcl III insfallfitloii  nHnis 3Stl- iiilfersiif  ZONE Commander L. A. Schon, frGIri Powell River, installed Canadian Legion Branch 140 officers for  1965, in the Legion Hall, Sechelt, on Saturday, Dec. 12.  Cde. E. Surtees was re-elected president; S. Waters, 1st  vice-president; C. King, 2nd vice-president'; C. G, Luck-  en, secretary-treasurer; Manfred Cook, service officer;  and V. MitchelL Sgt-at-arms. '���  Elected    Executive    Commit-   '." ~~' ~"  tee, as follows: Comrades Mrs.    s,ult  is  there  for  everyone  to  ,      ,              . Jack    Mayne-.(Charter    mem  ^r?**sen ration                                       ���������"��������� ber). R.Thompson, J. Heskin  FIRST Vice-president S.  Waters ^pisesents'Mrs. E. Foster^iresident of the LA with vv. Coes, o.  Moscrip and w  a*pla���fue which will be engraved with the "names of past presidents of the Ladies -smith.             .���-  Auxiliary to Canadian Legion Branch 140.  y    Lucille   Walker.   C.   Brookmaja,   5see,    and'   many    compliments  "    '     * ""            haveTjeen received On the won- ���  derful improvement of our sac*-  red   plot   which   we. hope   wilt1""  be   improved   further   as   time  t*m  St,-*    }$ ��&  '_/< ' I*   tW*   -  �����.   f\ *l ��.J  ��"V-*   ' "'  -��  i...Tmr7url.v  The installation followed the  30th Anniversary Dinner of Sechelt Branch 140. President  Ted:Surtees, .in his after dinner  address, welcomed Zone Commander L. A. Schon and his  wife, also Mrs. C. G. Lucken,  first president of the newly created Elphinstone Zone of the  L.  A.  to  Canadian  Legion.  Since its formation 30 years  ago,, this- Branch has ' steadily  grown and now has a record  membership of 140, said Cde.  Surtees. During the past year  donations of Si;CO0'we.re made  tj the new St. Mary's Hospital and over $1,000 distributed  in work for our youth, general record,  welfare, crippled children, Sal- Prior  vation Army, Junior Soccer  -Team,...and Sunshine Coast Athletic Club. Assistance was also  given to the Alberni  Disas  goes on. After all, it is consecrated ground, and in line with  the wishes of Dominion Command, vve are going to keep  that piece of ground befitting  the memory of our fallen comrades."  Following the dinner, toasts  were made, recognition being  given to .Cde. Arthur Dennis,  a -veteran of the Boer War,  with a Regimental Number 191,  also two founder members of  the Laches Auxiliary. Mrs. Carrie Mayne and Mrs. Alice  French. Mrs. French served 11  consecutive years as President,   which   is   something   of  a  Service awards  TWENTY-FIVE-year pin presentationsa were made to Mrs. Carrie Mayne, Mrs. Alice    tcr Fund and wherever there  Batchelor and Mrs. Alice French, at the annual meeting of Ladies Auxiliary to    was a dire need. The President    the- increase in the Wax veter-  to the installation.  Zone Commander Schon thank--  ed the Ladies Auxiliary for  serving the excellent dinner  and made mention of the Legion's   part   in   bringing   about  Canadian^ Legion Branch 140". Mrs. Mayne and Mrs.. French are also charter mem  befs  &'1&M^*&n.\':3               W'WWV     ��'>JO*' ^ '.UrV/gM*   '-'i?M^JLi vr   'nler(>sted   Parties.    During    Norman  Brown of the  Francis  &x1$8f''\      W-i/l'    A^tl^'lf;V    *    /BlV/^f^T^P"^ Peninsula. The Brown car was  LcU&^V*   -^    '.Hl!.-J      -fijV i     ftff   J.'ifeP'.,;.   */!���?-!- *hhw''$&?,   \ was   passed   that, ;-rtb'   logger    also badly damaged.  �����      i-Jmu      iW&Mi > .. Afar. , *...  . .ILLLa, L^tJi a._U would   we   allow   a   CbHsttrvas        ..,     ���   ���     .  - ������--:              .WoVofHcar*      M��� lo >>�� .erected onthaAot,''... . ^1J^"'!!^^v '��  also thanked all the good and  true members who helped  make- the task of administ-ra-.  tion a pleasant one and hoped  for continued support during  the coming year.  Speaking of the criticism the  Branch has received regarding  the  erection of. the  Christmas  .ans'   allowance.   >_  Head-on crash  in Pender arei  HEAD-ON     collision     betwc<  tr<?e-on the Cenotaph su*"p7e"       'two-cars  took   place  on  the  sidOrit 'Sirrtecs' sardv""A   year^#rpst of ^Jw.lL.ene .and...a..half  year*  ago the Christmas tree erected on the Cenotaph plot was  left there until February, and  the fence-*���w4}ieh-batMo--be- removed,  each time  a  tree  was  miles   off   the   highway   along  the   Francis   Peninsula,   at   ten  minutes  before 8 p.m. Friday,'  Dec.  11. ���  A   late   model  station  wagon  put  up,   was  left  lying  on  the driven by Mr. Frederic Brooks  ground  during  this  time,  Sev- of   West   Vancouver,-  received  ere criticism of "the'Legion re- extensive     damage     when     it  suited from the Press andf'otjy struck   a   car   driven   by   Mr.  er   interested   parties,    During Norman  Brown of the  Francis  1965'Officers  CANADIAN'Legion Branch 140' elected officers for 1965. Back row firom left: Comrades W. Goes; V. Mitchell (Sgt.-at-armsO .W,. Smith; 0, Moscrip, Jack Mayne  (charter member) LA, Schon (zone commander). Seated: R, Thompson; C. Brook-  man; Lucille Walker; President E, Surtejs; Secretary-Treasurer C. G. Lucken;* 2nd  Vice-president C. King; 1st Vice-president S. Waters. Absent were Cde. M^Cook,'service officer and J. Heskin, executive  ic,   "Mr,- Bolderson   offer-' .7"  , "~���"   'V   '"�������"��'���   w���� re  > fix the olot and mike it *,0   remn��nc��l   overnight.   Her  a iJnicV ��reenmhnvnak:nd in^ ^e reported as-sHght,  m.                 .                       .     -       i                                               "                    ' f'ltii mill.,         .....l         ..'.A. .iC. ..         ,.._!���    . *  ifiM(jR(4��(HWI*lHWM*M^*!*?*^il��M^lW*i  ��lW*iMAi*'' #  "V  'J>"'<"1. \,t<t'  i:  "Shortly after." said Cde. ' ^'I^n"?"*T ^'���fU8b?H*r��  Siirtee, "Mr,- Bolderson offer-' w-,,s lakc?n '�� lu>s',ilHl whero  ed,,, to  into    ���. ,..  care for it, without further dir-       Cl��ur��es are pehdfng against  ectloh   from   us.   Wo   accepted    'frookfi.  this generous offer and the re- k  ' MORE   ABOUT   ,.v  Election  from page lr���  .  is   always   allowed   at   polling   ,  booths, why (ill tins' cloak and  dagger nonsense?"'  Councillor Frank Parker \va��  equally .surprised and thought  it strange l�� burr I he press  wiiltmM valid rvasoit, "There i��  milling.,||(> valid reason for  .>nc-h atMirin.^vlx; 'piilil���;;/,':,,:.:  Mr, Itrtynor njid|-)ui)led,|.v had  hls^oNvit nuiMMiii for Mich action, l����l' ���� one voter conunen-  H*<l,: lll.in ''supposedly, free hoc-  loty, hucIi ((leintorliil pomposity  'h iiilolcralile,  ^ ' "'"        ,,,, . ,.��� ''      Instnllation      ' ,  *  MEMBms of Uulle.s1 Auxiliary'' to Canadian  Legion   'chlo 'IHorfloont-ijt-nniiH), Mrs. M, Cook, M'rni il." Luckon  Brunch WO, wlio attended InntuUulion of new offl-   .(president of  RIphlnHtoncivzonoi,  Mrs.  M,  Thompson,  coi'Brb.a^kri:ovv^^,om^l:eft: Mvr,s, M.- Wig��an. Mr,"   ''     ��*---��-"�����  .--  ..  ... .�����     .-..-      v-. i   ..��.  M  1 offl-   ,.. , t..,?  ;?' "r "v-t.,wj,v...'i��H, -��v*<���- *yy rriH����M. mi's. II.,  Mrs. MrGtbffon, IVIrsr D; Erickfion; Front^wfTvirfi, Mi  iyunj MS..JfcOlb��on, Mrs,.F. Illtohlor Mr��. R., Mitchell, -  Leemah (tro<t��ur(s��'), Mil E, Foster ( president), Mrs.  Vlity'OJ. Mayne, Mm, K, Kydd, Contrt'^w Mrs. P, IIiukI-   A, Botoliolor '(Heurolnry), Mrs."a Surtees (vlco-prowl-  ���   %rd, Mrs, V, Waters (2nd vlce-prqsldenl,), Mrs, Q, \i\U   don't), Mrs, A, FronOh,  !   .. JSr   .......u...   .'..'...._    il   ������   mi.   '.    .���nil'.'    ,,'���  ,<H>^RHMMi��>a*HM^MJU' <  ,d  ,,l��. ..  �� s  ' I  Beauty^Saloti  ��� Sechelt,  Evelyn Hayoa  Abovo Po��t Office  Cutting ond Styling  Tuoidgy to Saturday 9-5  "Your'Sfoirvvoy To      ,  Malr.Ppauly"    {  Phono 885-9525  II  WW'mywtmriism^V'W ^iSK/faw ,-r ^-HWtitW'.fr -.).r,s ur.v..;'..* .t':: ^i>ttVM  T  ' ,,'���,..,,..,',  , t I Jj^,J��^������*''*��������,����  �����.*��*��^wwuw^w��>rt^i���*ih^Wi;M.;.iy;,j/i",  .'��'.-.^-:';:;.'.'OB>if^^ ��1<  ,*T    /(WJJ-W*.   H^A^tJ^^ ,rt*^.W-   .  t  i  Squarlngly Yours  -by Mourice Hemstreet  HELLO therein Care to hang around for a little while? I  hope so any. way, as I have a few odds and ends of  this and that to bring your way this week.  Last Saturday night, Dec. 5,    " ; :���  due to the rod and- gun banquet, our square dance was  cancelled, yes! ; As" well as  great square dancers we also  have greater hunters and needless to say, square dancing is  every Saturday night and the  rod and gun banquet is only  once a year, so our dance was  cancelled, but this didn't hinder  my square dancing habit, although I was quite a hunter  myself, and definitely a great  shooter of barney. ������-��� I still preferred to go square dancing so  with Etta and Dick Dooley, Cathy Berry, my taw Peg and myself, we motored to the Hopkins Ha.U and had a wonderful  evening with the Gibsons  Squarenaders, wi,th Harry Ro-s  bertson calling up a storm.  Harry also did the honors of  presenting Ice Squarettes badges to Garry and Virginia Mur-  dock, Bernie and Tom Morrison were not present to get  their's.  These are fun badges and  were obtained by square dancing on ice skates, on-real ice  of course. On a lake up Cru-  cili Mountain, we had camp  fires, gas lamps, hot dogs and  good old -boiled coffee, ashes  and all. This was a night that  will never be forgotten by anyone who participated. There  are still badges to be presented  to the Sechelt Promeriaders  which will be done Sat., Dec.  12,  1964.   ��� ���  Getting ijack to my first experiences of unusual square  dances. Ir'Aug. 15, 1959, we  .danced at George Cooper's  residence at Gower Point, on  the lawn, this wasn't^so bad, in  fact it was kind of fun. The  lawn bad a slant of about 20  degrees, so down the hill you  danced. Oh well, you could always come back up on the"  promenade.  Sept. 26, 1959,���Sty first night  as caller for the Sechelt Prom-  cnaders Club, let me tell" you  1 was pretty proud to know that  the club had faith in me.  Oct.   17,   1969 -r- The- Prom-  , enaders  danced  at  the  Legion  hall at Madeira Park, and this  - started Pender Harbor residents to thinking of forming a  Square dance club. So on Oct.  24, 1959, while a guest caller,  Cy Blaltey, from Van., called  in Sechelt. I ventured forth to  "Madeira Park to call and help  get their club under way. Although everyone had a wonderful time square dancing, it was  decided later on that the people lived ioo far apart, wjme  even coming by boat, Well, we  tried! _       ' ',   \  The next of the ten comma���!-  ments   of   square   dancing   Is  "number 7, which stntes--"Thou  shall honor thy club and give  thy loyalty, for if thou canstf  do this, it were better to separate thyself^from it and, join  thyself to another, whose methods, members and callers are  more to thy liking."  Lest I forget and' I don't  think I'm likely too, about a  year and a half ago I" started  a beginner group for teen-agers  and with a set and a half, the  first few nights progressed very  well. Theft the grpup dropped  "to 3ust��a set, then down to just  two couples who learned; the  art of square dancing Very  well. Then lo and behold the  two boys dropped out. This, of  course, left only two girls, still  eager to learn so we switched  to round dances which are used  in square dancing as a change  of pace or intermission. The  two girls became proficient  - round dancers as well as  square dancers. However,' upon  starting this season, only one  girl came to continue instruction in square and round dancing.  Well, to make a lonf story  short, this last-girl has become  ,^ari ardent dancer, has joined  The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., Dec. 16, 1964 Page 9  Sechelt Bowling Alleys  ���by Eve Moscrip  HIGH BOWLERS of the week:  Red Robinson in five  pints scoring a double with 758 and 337. In the ten-  the Sechelt Promenaders  and������" pins Sam MacKerizie rolled 525~(205);~and Leo Johnson,  ....   ,.  u._   ,^*..r���:...,.._��� =���    524 (221). Dick Gray t>bwled 552 for high three.  ���*1  j<7  I  it  I  LEAGUE SCORES  Buckskins:      Mike  578, Delly Paul 516.  Ladies: Elly Mason 662, Bey  Ro^msoh 266. '^"^ :""' :;'��'"  Pender: Joe Graf^620, Mary  Myers 635, Charlie Hauka 665,  due to her faithful help _ in  teaching new beginnersr being  on time, and a great believer  in club rules' and regulations,  I personally presented a Square  Angel badge to Miss Cathy  Berry, to wear in good health  and happy dancing. This presentation took place at the Gib- _     _  sons   Squarenaders   dance   on    iszhel Gooldrup574  Sat,   Dec.   5,   1964   and   was  greeted   by   tremendous    applause by the other dancers.  Looking forward to the next  square dance and seeing YOU!  Allemande left walk right along  on the heel and' toe, big foot  up and the little���footr~down.  Keep on a coming for funnnfi^"  Ho! Ho! Ho!  Harbour News  ���by Howie White  LADIES Auxiliary to Canadian Legion Branch 112, Madeira Park,  held their annual election of officers  last week. Those elected for 1965 were President Mrs  Don Cameron, Vice-president Mrs. Charles Wray,See^  retary Mrs. J. R. Stacey, Standard Bearer Mrs. Jim  Cameron, Sewing Convener Mrs. B, Wright.  In co-operation with the Le- ������-  * Ladies Matinee: Jean ^Eldred  606 (273). .'���'   "  '  Sechelt 'Commercial: Orv  Moscrip 744 (279), Eileen Evans 705 (281), Dorothy Smith  266, Arvella Benner 252.  Sports Club: Lawrence Cru-  eU-709 (288), Lil McCourt 572,  Ball and Chain: .Red Robin-  sojl 758 (,337), Laurie Cavalier  646, Walter "Drjoley 616, Sylvia  Jackson 625, Barney Bing 6$4,  Manford Cook 619.  SCHOOL  LEAGUES  Seniors: James Duffy 477  (266, 211), Jill Cobleigh 357  (189).  Juniors:    Bobby   Nelspn   296  Johnson    (166), Wendy Bystedt 280 (171).  TEN PINS  Dianna  Keeley 448  (165);  Mens: Leo Johnson 524 (221),  Sam MacKenzie 525 (205f, Dick  Clayton 509, Butch Ono 502, Alex Skytte 518, Terry Rodmay  507, Dick Gray 552, Ray Ben-  ok-527, Randy Wiren 534.  John Hind-Smith  Refrigeration  PORT MELLON  TO PENDER HARBOUR  Phone 886-2231  from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Res. 886-9949  'a  V  gion, the L.A. sponsored the  annual - Christmas Party for  veterans' children, held last  Saturday, in the Legion Hall.  CARD   PAJtTY  Highly   successful,   was   the  card  social  held  in  the Community Hall, December n, attended by 32 players. Mr. John .  Haddock welcomed players and  got the games underway. Mrs.  -Jan Maddison was in chatfge,jof  the bridge games;  Mr.  L. Ol-.  sen, the whist, and Mr. S. Ded-^  Uuke and  Mr.  L.   Larsen,. thif.  cribbage.    Winners    were    an- "  nounced by Mr. Haddock, and  Mr.   Archie , Walker   presented,  the prizes.      " ���,.      . .  Highest scores were as follows: Bridge, Mr. and .Mrs.  Harold Stickland; whist, Mr.  L. Olsen and Mrs, J. Haddock;  cribbage, Mrs/ L,. Larsen and  Mrs. M. Widman. Booby prizes  went to lowest scorers - and  door prizes to Mr. Eric Ahtilla  and Sirs. May Widman.  Mr, Haddock expressed  thanks to those who contributed to the success of the evening by their presence and their  response in bringing card tables and cards. Table markers  were contributed by Mr. and  Mrs, Maddison. i ���.-,���.���  Special thanks to. Mrs. |Joan  Ca ntcf on for refreshments and,  to Mr; Haddock for so, obligingly and, canably officiating as  M,C, The enjoyment of, the  players ensured the return of  fiflg  SECHELT VOTERS  I etf#*^^��i^M*!^^*^^J"^wliit��^nlBb^*aWll��(  iTJnank you for showing mc your confidence and  support. ,1 wjlldo my best to. justify both,' "'.'���:'.*."  ,,  Sechelt should feel proud of the fact so many  volors'weht to the polls,  '.'������' >      >   ,     .     . i '''I ,,.',' " 'I  11 is quite apparent that apathy and lack'of interest, bra not prevalent,  I would like to thank the Ratepayer's Association  for Its support. It is a vory useful organlzatiop for,the  -Wfe(f QTo"of "a 11 "ratepayors;**"t f ^0P~ci ro���not na"membe?"���r  suggest you join now. ,,,.,.  I,also feel efficient that as a now member of  thoVlllagq Commission I canrwnen needed, call on  the assistance of two able retiring mombors; Capl. S,  Dawa and Mr, F, Parker, ���  another card social on January  11.  ,  CHRISTMAS  TEA   PARTY  A Christmas Tea Party for  all pensioners will be held in  the Legion Hall, Madeira Park  at 2 p.m., December 20. Sponsored by the newly formed Business and Professional Worn-  ens' Club, this invitation is op-  ,en to all old-timers residing in  the Pender and Egmont areas.  Any pensioners wishing to a't-  jvtend should phone Mrs. D.- Lee,.  883-2283 and transportation will  be supplied.  SCHOOL EXEC MEET  Request by the School Trustees to meet with the executive  of the Community Club or negotiation regarding the purchase  of club land was promptly  complied with by the executive, who turned out on Only a  few hours, notice.  Unfortunately the Trustees  "themselves were unable to* attend and sent their regrets to  the assembled executive. The  executive was requested by  Mr. Peter Wilson, secretary of  the,School Board, to submit a  definite price, by letter, to the  Trustees.  The presence of Mr.' Wilson  and Mr. Porter, School Main-,  tenance Supervisor, gave the"  executive a chance to ask general questions on topics of concern to residents Of the Pender  Harbour area. One matter of  real concern was the diversion  of funds for other uses than,  as specified on approved rof-  erendums, s,  ��� .'As, a result of the meeting,  the- secretary was directed to  send tire "Trustees n letter quoting a price arrived ��t, on (he  bnsls of two appraisals by real  estate firms. These appraisals  were ordered by, a general  meeting of the club In compliance v'ltlv suggestions previous-  ly made by the School Board,  The,  Community    Club    has  ulnco received confirmation of  accoptanco of the price of $0,000  �����Hubjeot-4o-tho-1s\iccos��f��il-.i)ns  slug of the January  Ueforen  dum, ,  *  ��  $  &  If  I  i  i   "  ��J  things you  want within  your  m  *$A  l,.  is>  -4 v  % ���  if  ���k ������  !���>���  SI-  ';'lfl  "m ���  Bank of Montreal  SJL'J  ^i  ...Jr  M>  * W��iiit1*0*��>*"��iJ'"H*'*V-l*! ��� ^SpWftW**1**',-!1*  personal credit needs^ under one roof |    ,,  Thank you  Ben J. Long  If people would devote more  time to arguing .about birth  control,, the population problem  would fiolvo \\tw\t,  "'.      " ",i,  SlubborniioHs   we   deprecate,  but flrmnoHH we condone, The  former ,l�����oujc neighbor'^ trait,  the latter l�� our own,  LOW-COST LIFE-INSURED LOANS  ,f.��,  MK,���H. N. HRNNJKEI^ Munnger  ,)      ', ���      ���   Oibsonsl.! ^,.,���:,,.,...r,.,,,.  ;   MR, E. W. BOOTH, Manngor'  Secliolt  I  in�����*��i.��,  I''-' V**  ���   . .... -,.-. j^iw.j^Ji^.ijj.j^jj^  I'  EMNYCi  PLAZA  Syndicate  _Don tVlatheson  Local  Representative  Plaza Centre places of  business.   Cash   your  cheque in any of these  premises, your name is placed in a barrel and the Lucky  Number   drawn   December  24th.  Sunnycrest  Motors  The Service Station  with everything for  the Motorist  Kruse Drugs  NOW OPEN  On the Sunnycrest  Plaza  for your  Shopping Pleasure  WALTER LOITZ,  Prop  NEXT DOOR TO  THE PLAZA  Don'l Miss SANTA  Santa will be cat  the Plazcr  Tues.-Wed.,  Dec. 22 & 23  From 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.  Todd's Dugoods  Children and  Infants Wear  Ladies' Snorts  Wear     -  Don's Shoe Store  A Complete Line  of Shoes for  the Entire Family  D. G. Douglas  Variety & Paints  "Anything you want  we have"    .  <*��  iSUPER-VAUl  Buy Better  Save Mate  "   .v.  Charles English  Limited  Real Estate  and, Insurance  ^kk^J1    i4^  ����� #���       * ���'������      ''i     :> ���' ;���' A    ���  ���^j m*. n    * from thos^ whoserve yoii  ����*'������  <$:.  ** *0*  QT^  \B   ^   KEITH WRIGHT  I "** IZrL  m ) . ....��&.,  **"*" Y#| s***frt'  O  OH  |XV:  I VsWbAmps  mtaiigSo���"^ o^  .��<>.;.. ������������������ ���        '���     mi*  '^PiRfiD TRACY  &���..      JUNE PPTERSON  ^  ���&I  *ta  %o  of SUNNYCREST  GVVFN NIMMO *  P^y BAILSY  ^mSmm  ..A  El  *te  ��.v- \  ^      5"<%  3**  Hwfe*  Ol  r?ffiMfMMMSffi^f*fW��  /K#V��KULkANPBfr    ';  ��^%Q//   ".%  :i">  ^  ^  RON "OftAM-  [MMMMg^^  >    M-w^^if^ii  (.-MflV^..,*-^^"'^*., *��� �����."'^***'*n*n����a'��^<Wtftif*>��<rtM<pta ��&imO<**��,Ah.. fc ���  i^us w.**.* ,**-r��yK>"^'(r"'  if~";','j,.^s^        t   j ifc,~ 4irt^vi����fli* w��ta^��"��***  J  WW/li  "W^ttf*  ��?n��   W�� tufiw-   -rt.4trJWM.Ti        as-*  A  !�������� ,  The Sechelr Peninsula Times, Wed., Dec. $6, 1964'Pose II  Sechelt Promenaders . 4 .    4   . ��� .                e      ���  FOUR members of the Bromenaders lacing the camera *SL                    ���   refresh-  are, from left, Kay Nelson, Tom Parish, Gladys Par- The PTA would like to thank  ish arid Harold Nelson. Four couples gave an exhibition Mr.   Maurice   Hemstreet   for  of square dancing, Maurice Hemstreet was caller and , once again helping towards the  also master of ceremonies at the PTA evening of enteV   success of their social night  tainment.                                                              ci    '  Successful! show ...  1    *  PTA Musical everiuag  to full house  SP^RJCUKjp  variety^-program  was presented  by  the  Sechelt;! PTA' last Thursday evening in the activity  room of Sechelt: Elementary School.  The , hadl    which   .had ���been-~--^=9i :   _docor'atc^~Tfy~~fJHF''schBol  chjld-  I  ren under the direction of the  principal, Mr. W. Reid, was  filled almost to capacity by approximately 100 children and  "~fe adults.  Past nTembers of the PTA  had been invited ..ahd guest of  the evening was Mrs. t Alice  French who holds a life membership in the Sechelt Association.    President Mrs. T. Lamb ?ave  a*   welcoming  address   and.  in-  ^troduced the emcee for Uie  evening, Mr. Maurice Hemstreet, popular caller for the  Sechelt Promenaders. -Dianne  Qno aftd Mary, Lamb sang  Jingle Bells accompanied by  Mrs. Hazel ( Evans. Mrs. Margaret-Goodwin played the pnrt  ,pf a hillbilly .in,.A comical dialogue with Mrs. Nonle. Tntes;  another solo followed with Alice  Potts ^,n��ing \,*Oh, 1 loly Night,'' .convener did a most com inend-  couples from the Sechelt Promenaders���^Mr. and Mrs. Harold  Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Eric Dur-  'rant, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Parish  and Mr, a.nd Mrs. Gordon Mc-  Court.   " "���""*  Mrs. Dorothy Stockwell sang  'that bcautiftri~"^ong* "Night of  vNights, and' a wonderful evening of entertainment -was concluded with a girls' choir singing carols accompanied by Mrs.  Hazel Evans.  This was not the end of the  fun for the youngsters. Father  Christmas suddenly appeared  with his tradiUona! sack of  goodies and was- soon surrounded by happy little people. Coffee and refreshments followed  for, the parents.  Many people worked hard to  make the evening a success,  Mrs. Dorothy Goeson, program  No escape  GENIAL Father Christmas*, who wished to Tae anonyr  mous, was soon the centre of attraction, and fonly  liberal helpings of popcorn could disperse this crowd of  ,ha��py,;cMdren.:��,,��,.,;^  Past president  ANOTHER vocal entertainer, who is also past  president of the Sechelt  PTA, was Mrs. Dorothy  Stockwell.  *?  ^Maurice, who kept the <Miler-  tcrtainment running smoothly,  sang Love Knot In My Lariat,  in good old cowboy style, before  Introducing the Hev. and Mrs,  J, Kergu.sson, who led the audience In aIlootennnny, The  youngsters especially enjoyed  this, and much toe-tapping accompanied the lively guitar music provided by,this ever popular young' couple,  Square dancing followed, with  Maurice    an   caller   for   four  able , job, Social conveners,'  Mrs. Germaino Lizee and (Mrs.  Almita White, hospitality, Mrs.  Dorcen Ncstman, membership,  Mrs. Jenn Gray; Mrs. Lnvina  Poteet, welcomed guests; M rs.  Louise Campbell and. Mrs. Sharon Page helped in general,  wherever a hand was need, The  iimimmofh job of preparing popcorn went to Mrs, Bill Gibsons  and Mrs. June Sheridan, Mrs.  VHda Waters typed the pro-  tiframa and nil monibors eontri-  course  set for January  THERE arfevindications several  interested persons from this  area will attend a special  course sponsored by the University of BriUsh Columbia in  January,  The course is a short 6ne on  technical fisheries, designated  to expand fishermen's knowledge of this, subject,  Topics of" "study" range from  the scientific,, such as principles of conservation, problems  of fish biology and' improvement in the quality of fish, to  the international, including law  and  international agreements,  ..������    ��� - Young vocalists  '  ^ '|  DIANNE Ono, Mary Lamb and Alice Potts accompanied  by Mrs. Hazel Evans, entertained guests at the TPTA  ^family^njgfrt, .', ,',r  SANDBIASTING: FA1NT1NS  GARDEN BAY BOAT WOEK^  Mechanical & Electrical Repairs    ,  A COMPLETE LINE OF BOAT REPAIRS  ���V  (garden Bay, B.C.  Phone 883-2366  fle��wWrt*)��ft>..*��*W)esa*:��.MifM��t��i��utm��M*  i'  i ��� i  I V  { !,���  ( ������''  ������"*���  '.   '''Li  S3  it, ���  ���j.. v.  i  .,.,  Hootonanny ..,...,.'  ClilLDHHN nt the PTA Social Night'were held enthralled-by Ihc guitar music and  winging of Hov, and Mj\s! ,J, For��u,s.son,.Thl.s-.sliot^-wn>Kt��l^en during the Inst song  and'still'tho^bu'hKstonj worospellbound and oagor for irtqyo; ���' ^-j \\ '^wafwiM^  No pown Payment - Bank Interest  Ten ^fears To Pay  COMPLETE LINE OF APPLIANCES  For Tree Estimate - Call 886-2728  4*ten. ��� .���*���<*v*w^,^��^^W%*wlW**W���'  ���'  <'' ' - 4 *  "'i*j.�� iu.\  ���!���.,.������  ���   I  I!  I  I  ju   -"7r~ s  ���**&!-���  Page 12 The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., Dec. 16, 1964  * "U *"*���,. fti   *   "��� ir  Familiarization   tour  VISITORS to SecheUt last week were these four American ladies escorted by Dave Price of the B.C. Ferry  "AuthorityrThe visitors were members of the American  Automobile Association, acquainting themselves with  the district in order to give authentic information to  tourists during the season. Left to right they are Eileen  Kwaczala, Alice Woolfield, Dave Price, Joy Bisson and.,.  Barbara Porter. Two of the girls are from the Seattle  Branch and the other two from Tacoma, Wash.  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  �����&-*  ��� This free rerrtinder of coming events is a service of  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD. Phone Sechelt Peninsula  Times direct for free listings, specifying "Date Pad".  Please, note that space is limited and some advance dates  may have to wait their turn; also that this is a ''reminder"  listing only and cannot always carry full details.  Dec. 18���Tickets on sale, Hospital Cottage Sechelt 12  to 1 p.m. Super-Volu, Gibsorfs, 7 p.m. $3.00 eacH  for Roberts Creek Hospital Auxiliary, Dine & Dance,  New Year's Eve.  Dec. 20���Christmas Tea Parry for all pensioners in the  .......,, .JJepdej-JHarbbur,   Egmont  area.   Legion   Hall,   Madeira Park, 2 p.m.. sponsored by B.&P.W.  ���Jan" 7���-L.A. to guides and brownies, bake sale, 10 a.m.  Hospital Cottage.  -Jan j 16-  6.  -School District No. 46. Referendums No. 5 and  SgCHELT RESIDENTIAL LOTS  |rdrti $1550 up,  ***���choice  corners available  .  .  .  Very easy terms ��� Enquiries to  Bob Kent  Phone 885-4461  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  REALTY and INSURANCE  Wharf Road Phone 885-2161  Sechelt youngsters  hold rummage sale  FRIDAY,- December   11,   1964,  Grade 7, DivisionII boys and  girls  at  Sechelt School  raised  $71.58 m 4heir -Rumnlage Sale  "held in- aid of Pushpam, Sechelt School's^, little adopted daughter   living   in  the. Unitarian ,  Service   Committee   Home   in'  Coimbatore, South India.  The sale, a final-effort in  this year's fund-raising campaign, was such a resounding  success that the fund now has  a substantial surplus, part of  which will go toward a Christ-  mas gift-for Pushpam.  The members of the fund-  raising com mltteeT ehaired by"  Dean Driskell, offer their sin-  cerest thanks to all the children of Sechelt School for their s  pennies, dimes, and quarters,  to the teachers for their forbearance during, the weekly/  collection periods, to Mrs. Mel  Jeffries for=he<!���gen&rous don-  -aticn, to Mrs. Leo Nestman  for the beautiful eake she bak-.  ed for the raffle (which raised  ��11,20 itself and was- won by  Bob Hayes), to Mrs. Wally  Sheridan, Mrs. Gibbons, and  the ladies of the PTA for the  popcorn which didn't stay in  sight.for lonl, a'nd to all the  other people who helped make  the sale such a success.  Dr. PatMcGeer  speaks at Sechelt   -��  DR.' PAT McGeer. Point Grey  candidate was guest speaker  at the MacKenzie Riding Liberal Association meeting '.held last  Sunday in the- Canadiap Legion  Hall, attended by 17 delegates  from Powell' River, Sechelt and  Gibsons, ��  Officers elected for 1965 were  President Mr. F. J, North,  Powell R i-v-e r; Vice-president  Mr. Joe Benner, Sechelt; Secretary Bob'Bird, Powell River;  Treasurer, Mr. M. Numan, PJJ^  ell IUvcr; Assistant Vice-p^esl  dents Mr. Geo. Kynpch, Sechelt  and Mr.' Dick Kenriett, Gibsons.  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Cranberry  jiUE��  Whole or Jellied  tins  McCOLLS or NABOB  MINCEMEAT  24 oz. jar   LIBBY'S or HUNTS  Fruit (ocMaii  15 oz. tin  CARNIVAL  (REAM  PINT  CARTON  MALKIN'S  Fancy Peas  15 oz. No, 4  ���,'���_..   CROSS RIB  ROAST  lb.  GROUND  BEEF  LBS.  .^V**to#i^��l��fi4iM!WWiS'.��M<M��W*>*'l  CAKES  Last Chance at tho Low Prico ���,,..,  ^lMlftJlll*l|l!li(.-i.JtP..|  PRICES IN EFFECT DECEMBER 15 - *?  X WE RESERVE THE RIGHTiTdLlr^lTQUANTiflEi  ���������'������VA' ���'��<   ," ' ' -  ..,11-im  'I  ��,:::  "Ulilji/iini'iimi v��ii''W<,||'i<i'  ,WIM���,,l���,|,lMliiUnill<li,>ll,<��,'l|,'�� .lu'W^W*  '""i;";,.,


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