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 .igsj.fttf-3 m vetf3MBta*  \ jJi, wa"<-  ^jW^tfV^S-1  ^T-*jow#safU ��a-  I  sTV  N.  PRESTOH UICROFILMtRO SERVICES,  31SJ& JSST t2tb AVEKOE  Ufia* ^v  "Authorized as second dassl  "mail   by   the   Post   Office  ' Deportment, Ottawa.  Volume 2, No. 2-  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon; Hopkins Landing, Grantham's Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  ^ilson Creek, Selma Pork, Sechelt, Halfmoon Boy, Secret Cove, Pender Horbour/Madeira'Pork; Kleindale, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmont.^   WEDNESDAY7 DEC.-23r~1964   IOC  $200.00 line . . .  v  ar suspension  ALBERT M. Prendergast, age 23, of Port Moody entered'a plea of not guilty when he appeared before  Magistrate Andrew Johnston last-Saturday on a charge  jpf dangerous driving.  Charge arose following an accident on Highway 101 near the  Langdale Ferry turnoff on the  morning of November 5, 1964,  in which Prendergast received  lacerations to his head after  being thrown through the windshield of hi? car  Constable J Webb of the  Gibsons detachment RCMP,  giving evidence, stated he was  out with the traffic patrol car  at 12 15 a.m on the night in  question, he was driving up  from the ferry terminal and  had halted at the stop sign at  the junction of the highway  Shortly after coming to a stop  he heard the screeching of  brakes as an auto came from  the direction of Gibsons, heading toward Port  Mellon.  The car passed his vision at  high speed on .it's wrong- side  of the road and was followed  on the Halfmoon Bay hill and  ended up in the ditch. He had  a previous record of driving offences.  ON BAIL  Released on bail of $200, William Laking, about 40 of Wilson Creek was remanded for  trail until January 8 at his own  request to obtain council. He is  charged with impaired driving.  The Times praised  in 40,000 homes  AN EDITORIAL published in  the Dec. 2 issue of The Times  received considerable publicity  last week when it was raad  over the air by Radio Station  CJOR.  The outspoken article condemning the action of a certain  group who "wished to have a  hot-line program banished from  r * "        r u  Combined meeting  Cubs and Scouts  TWO guests from Vancouver,  Regional .Renresentajtive.Jack  'iftalr''anl'^K6.ver' Scout "Leader  Nigel Shellgrove, attended the  combined gathering of scours  and cubs.  . The meeting was held on Sunday,   Dec.   13  in  the  Roberts  by   another   car.- travelling   at the air^ was fonvard^d to Hot^  even higher speed and also on Liner Pat Burns of that Radio  the   wrong   side   of  the   high- Station   by   Roy   Bolderson   of  way. Sechelt.                   ,  The second vehicle then hit Following   a   number  of   at-  the shoulder,  went back onto tacks on  a  Vancouver  News-                                     ,_   .���������..  the road, fishtailed and struck pajpr for,-it's "wisby .washy''    Creek Hall and parents accora  the   embankment ~ on   the   left outlook  arid insipid  editorials,  side of the road.                * Mr. Buflts went to great len-  , JVith* bis jed Jight flashing the*,���.gtbsto-pxaise, thiSeche^, Pen-  constable   quickly  drove   after insula Times and it's." policy of  the vehicle ...which'rhad come,, to outright reporting,  a halt, whereTie discovered 4a % ���-'It-Is-:nbted;'':tne Hot-line pro-  man, later identified. as Pren- gram on CJOR has the largest  dergast, lying on the roadway, listening  audience  in  Canada.  going into 40,000 homes.   ,  On recovering a minute or  soi later,  the victim,  bleeding-  v prefuse|yvf,rfl,m,the.,head,.go  and insisted on walking 'around.  "His breathed, smelled of alcohol but he did appear drunk,"  . added the constable. The wind-  (shield of the car was complete-  ,ly smashed and he came to the  conclusion the driver had been  thrown through it.,  Thirteen pictures' were introduced as';. evidence for the prosecution, taken at the scene by  Constable J. I). Fitzpatrick of  the, highway; patrol; substantiating the evidence of Cons. Webb.  parried scoute andVvcjabs from  Sechelt and IDlphinstone district?.- Leaders,-group' coinnjit-  tee members and district council officers were also present.  Rev. Canon Greene conducted the service, after which, he  was presented with a gift from  ���see page 14  Maintenance H/Q . . .  CANON Alan L>. Greene is contemplating where he will  place the carved wooden replica of the scout badge,:  presented to Kim" recently,  from the  candidates  and,  training team o^  Course held at Roberts Creek. It will. be^placed in the  Church Of His Presence, Redroofs.  End of year . . .  Swan Song terminates  stormy Council meet  LAST MEETING of the present council of Sechelt certainly ended on a discordant note with a number of  antagonistic   outbursts   by   retiring > commissioner   S.  Dawe,, which surprised, those present and a^ one cofnV,  missioner commented afterwards; "iii Vel^ j^oor TtaSte}||]  - Early on the agenda was a ~      '  School llall  remains  FUTURE of the school hall at-Gibsons has now, been  tentatively decided and at a meeting of the school  board last week it was_ thought the hall should be regained... ,r- r,-r  It was felt that at the present  For his defence, Prendergast 'time it would be best suited as  claimed he had noticed the po-      " '     "  liee car .which he thought was  about to drive out onto the  highway.., Ho,,-had, therefore  swung OMfcrlb." the wrong side  of *jne v&m In order to avoid  an,, irnpndt, ��� ���"-'""''    ���"  Found guilty of dangerous,  driving, he, was fined $200 and  -nix .licence suspended for one  ybar.  REMANDED FOR'iftrRIAL  Carl Killer, agell 30, of Port  Coquitlam,  charged  with  driving without due onre and "attention, was.fined &0 and $3  '  costs, following an Incident in  a*"''maintenance'' headquarters  and other school* vtsef),,, This  would ensure It remains school  board ; property and could be  converted baek lqter or even  utilized as classrooms; if hecost;  sary,, . | ;\  ���������>���'     ��' ���  Members are aware of tho  fact the hall was originally gi-1  ven by the community, but with  no wirings attached, However,  facilities wil}!. be available, for  the community when the new  activity room is, completed,  operating statf union on' conditions of employment, etc. Wages will be settled later on following, a job evaluation presently in process.  ROTATE  MEETINGS  ;;;';v;|^';',na^i;bce'n,'-flecWcd.''16'P'rbta)te';''  the monthly evening meetings  between Gibsons, Sechelt and  Pender Harbour next year. Pre-  sontly two meetings are field  ea.cn month, mid-month in-the'"  mornings "and end of month'Mn  tho evenings.  The mid-month meeting will  continue In Gibsons; end of t)ii-  comber meet will also bo at  Gibsons; ;bnt will be' in Scohelt  nt thoVend of January and Pen-  reqhest from the Salvation  Army making their formal annual plea for, funds, usually >25.  Council agreed to the request,  with the exception of Commissioner Dawe, who requested it  go on record he was  against  the motion.  Reading of a bylaw, a tedious task which has regularly  been undertaken by Commissioner Burnel Gorden, resulted  in a clash of personalities when  he, told pouricil, "It is custo-  , mary ��� rwltn' most   councils   to  was presented with the bylaw  and told "be my guest." \  Questioning a tecjihical de-*  tail during the reading,; Com-'  missioner Gordon .again found'  himself in a verbal shirmish'  \vith the retiring member who,  during the next readingv, incor- .-,���  porated profanity into the sec-*  tion previously questioned by  Burnel Gordon. ���" *  SALARY CUT . , '    ���'  A'surprise motion by Com-  rriissioner Gordon'followed his.  read these bylaws once only, it , written preamble which stated  is time our procedure was 'alv''  "With, the   constant   reminder  tered, accordingly, reading 'the  same one three times * in one ���>  eyeniriB" is , ridiculous," and .a ,  ^bbre."   ..; .  _ pi; ..;���'_ ..-.,.';,';.,���.-'',,';-;;'  Cqm/^issiqncr   Dawe   imme'< ���'  diately commented, "You don't  have1 to read, them,  someone',;  else will do It;" At which ho  from,,tne chair that heavy fixed ;  expenses ,��� obtain  and   thatj  to  use .the phrase of the, chairman,.,  we are just a poor little vil��-,  lage, I submit the motion:    "'",'  That annual remuneration to"  tho   meh>hers ,of, the   village*  ,,���''','���'���,'���'>.':"!'���see paao 136'-  ������: 4   -A  Vacation . . ���������',  AGREEMENT SIGNED  An agreement has now been  Which his auto loft theJhl��l*w��y_nlgncd' by Uie board .with ,lhc    iJcr'Tiarb^ur; end of Pobruary  '"   ~~~ ' and  baek to Gibsons  end  of  Mnroh,". i  DENTAL  PROGRAM  'Rtii'dont'fl of tlio Indian Rosh  dontlal School, Sechelt, will In  future bo Included In the school  district dental program.  .���a:i^i��*-***Mi*l:ijH*Ma**��i*#W'reWl-* *   J-i  "��� W\ W ^" Jk''fc,'i'V��'l^'^''i Wi^''W1kfc**'1*li^a*',,^**,,*ww^^  Mr, Loo Johnson who failed  to present his nomination pa��  porn for the position of school  trustee -In time .for tm>> recent  IlUSY mail In Secheltlust week, Hov Bolderson spent nSed/^a^^^^^  many hours keeping roads and sidewalks clear of eonimlttco and tho rocommon.  snow and cerlnlnly put his, tractor ami equipment to dntlon has/ been forwordcf lo  fiood use, Hoy Is paid a nominal sum by the villngo but tho deipi, of cducallen fc>r np-  dpos a groat deal more tlian is-nxncctQd of him, proyal, ���,'���"���  a  next edition^  .NOW t)NE-year-old, the Sechelt Peninsula Times has  gained  considerable  acceptance  ftom ��� advertisers  and readors alike, We look forward to even greater pro*  gross in 1905 and/will do our best to provide all the in-  gredlents which go to tho creation of a first-class weekly  .newspaper,,.,.'.,. . . .", , : ��...  ���������,   We will bo taking a woll-oarnod ,rest over tho coming  festivities, next edition of Tho Times will bo in two' ,  weeks* time, Jan; 04965, Management and staff there-:  fore take this opportunity qf extending a word of thanks  toajH who have so well supported us during our first  -year,"- "���' -;:-���������������;'������'���     "      ' i "  A very 'sincere Christmas Groetings and a truly ,  prosperous New Year to all,  ',<>  <\V  J,/   ��� li. 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"la ise ewer* se o -^jfSjqgsqpfeaocS  eriraw afwetfasass gsiadb. ar seraacss  e�� a wrong prSc^, jpsd& sir sewaices-  E33/ jfK�� tie Safel CCa^S Sfce s��#?SJ!BSCS  t&mtg fe swsssfly tsn sUsr fe> seSL  crai  eoey  'fee  wsShdiRawra  er  oray  J^dwerSsSetgr is sccspffiesf an #je ca?v-  ����8as'''Ss3��, ��s flfce esisgsES- of frypo-  gespfeSosS ssrjsir, tfeesr parSsaw ss svs  a&tsfe&ag -spec�� CGaapssri % Ssae  enaises jSenb, SoggShw wSfe racs-  ��nsfefe cgfowtaaoe 'fer sa^ncSswe, *����  mat be <has,-ged fer��� IxuS she ixfesaoe  c? #se adwarfisereiBBt hmS be pass!  fef fiff 4Sse cppBooBfe ?aSa,,._,..^^,,  A Gompssitssr; dso&gs as sraade vx  cd-<rsxiaskr*3 ocoe&fsiS and 'put Srafe?  ppsc&jcaiora, ��� hex cesKsfed besors  py����kaS*aa. Change mshs -o^ssasS  cc*?y **e�� ppocf fe..ss&EE@Sa�� fes  cusSarsasr fe afera ciwr^Eefefe at on  fiessss*/-��sse for fjte- ad^tiansl ��s��k  jams, IfUksEa  Ffesfeg..  WOftK WANTED  mrsuw  IGc per cj?3y, SO: par saasfe &y  aurrierlt; $5uOO per yesr, m  <jas4   ��f   Thafks,   teiaoyemegiSs.    ffl   Box. 435 - .Sechdt  885-9530  FSsase ^mws esgfwygs  oeiIt  FOa SAi��  '������-������r^&^dfc;-Kia^rf-i:���S^i8lfer:;:-i^2s; 8-ja��i|-''  grssssi'asz-   Cas   be   sees   ����  Hslfesassa. Ba j - Sia&IL .     18gS-2  FOB jraar Fsler BisS' Prs-  dss&$  cGsia-si  WnSe-Tafca&-  aasi,   Pise^ss-  m��A4m.   SeeiseM.  -���Bjn--   - ���*::739&m-~  4   3Sf>3PTS  eSd   ps-edksr   ssale.  Basset fa&sad. ism v&st tse  izm&j   s&e&i   for   Omstaas.  ^^^i^fflgja^ec^rf ot<St^qs  at W^t  S3  Cihsoas.'BX^. ��8Si^SS63T  -TZSZ-tfa  CASIO Of THANKS  30   CATK��PILlJtiB,'^feydraafic  blade, extra  set'tracks,  see  Service.  ^ tovely fibbers "JBJt-^gSUTag^g^^ fi-A 7798-tta  ^nf roe darisg my reei&'ltf^   FKESH kippers at pf^ait. James  B-s* ��.^...?^*...��^!*^ .- Wharf. . .Sedjeiu ptaw��.....iWS:.  ���i%���U- ioimstoa    gjzi 7T&-itn  968S-2  GRECTINGS  S^ASO.V'S greetings to all  friends, mar and far. Also  St. Hilda's congregation and,  lioyal Canadian' IJegion Branch  140, Sechelt. ���Dorothy Erick-  ts/m,  Wilson  Creek, 7806-2  TO ALL our friends on the  t Suiwhine Coast, A Merry  Cnristmas and a Happy New  Year, In Jieu of cards we are,  d>natiog, to "Save Uie Children Fund". -���Jettoie and Curly  ljucken. 7JB04-2  GIEl/S  bike,   excellent   condi-  ,tJon,   English   Raleigh;,   svit-  aWe to 16 year old; 83S-22ML  ' '"     ' 7T99-3  PRESTO  Jojgs,  toteai   togs,   at  Hilltop Building Sapp&y. S9S~  7765. '7793-2  CUT to any specifications.  Maple aiid AWer %li. per  cord. Fir $H per cord. For immediate detiver? phflrne 8S��-  2869 or 883-2403. 78��!-��n  REAL ESTATE  MER1]tY Christmas and a' Happy New  Year,  Going  South  fi>r a snort period, please ph.  >W*7/m. Ewart McMynn Real  Kstatc,....Gibsons,:' B.C, 7797-2   '������O   " 'y ���   Sunshine Coast  Gospel ChurcH  ,   (Undenominational)  Sunday School   10 a.m.  Church Service  11:15 a.m.  Selma Park Community Hall ���  I      2 NEW SUBDIVISIONS  Earls Cove SuBa'ivjsJon ������ adjacent to Earls Covo  ferry terminal on the Sunshine Coast Highway.  1  |, IH(i     il" ���   111-HHtlWniH *  Also-LARGE VIEW LOTS  Model ra*Rark, Subdivislon~*--<.��ovorlook lng*Pender  Harbour and Gulf -��� 10% down ��� easy terms  ., .{������'   on balance, Discount for cash. '  FOR SALE BY OWNEft  ,0. SLADEY ���Madeira Park, B.C.  Phone 803-2233 or phone North Vancouver  985-4934  x. ��S&ftS Jss5C33ar^r&iaCJtoS-  e&a Faar%. HiS?J a^itf ts ��e  SagB^L" <:F3Egfe��g!^. * Bb^S^s,  \-aiGitaa, S_C- far 2. ihseb^. &  feaa ffiffisj. 3aspi^5r__sS5��,ass!S��i^.  psei ^S* Sss&aB^- ^al. lie iac-  _% M.. .^^.,;'���feiB��...i..i!ii,��- ��asg-  tbet .SeeseEasy ib^ss SEiSy dajrai  Seg^-PS^JL Bqc 21^ 3S6|  Secfeei< social notes  ���-Willi Y-osar Wesjoopof'j'  - '--...i-.. ,.^-^; ���*;'"xi*f":'."*'":'"''":  ATfESESED -&e'   aaeefeg   ��af  ea��as3 asad" was asSausbfessi at  sis--' pees- aawgiiKBne. ^fees. fa-  T��ff��d   wj^  a  spcakjer ��f  Dr.  F^$ mtQee^s stoawSfig.. ssieJrjr  s�� f,|*yg��2s est oa beSSer thaa  ess- Dr. MeCffifir Is ��oe gftnag  jsessber. -iar 'FfeS . Gre?- . asasl  bad ssac& to sssy-  11 "tosc^sI seen tfes.! tfee ceiga-  3E2itisQ_ feesne ift SeefceS, feas  9. tears ssd s&waid eea-  .ssne- of tbe ^d toasts,  Scar i3C^ ass} adiint.' HsM*is*��ar,  psesesi  limes  BUSINESS DIRECTORY  ��  Dr.   McGeet  ssaied  tfczl .t&e  desEasd Sjst' Esoesi ��� prodiads  is  exceeSatg tfe* sapp^- sM two  ralScg . aanes .off- laasd  m  the-  cosiS   regkes . alaae - cesld , be  ���giepfeffltfed.^ ;-He~-SBggesJedr' Ibat   tfee     pnwicciai     govatsanent  SasraeS a ie-iBfestatkiB prefect  ��i��a   fibe  SI2  bhUsob  received.  i?tj-3i, Use sale of Use Xanaisao  aBd-   g&tpamail Rra3*way ��� land  | Amending ..-tfte-.-sseeSHsg . .from  ��� 'i|��<ra��e3 River were Mrs. C.  -Wood,.,,, for .jaanj,. .jrears,, secretary for* tBe'-'rading; Mrs. Alice  Fraser, president of the. Business and Professional Women^ Ciofc, Mr. T. Haao, Lloyd  fiortiK Bob Bird and (St iNu-  raan. " ������  Chndren..v attending Sechelt  Elementary-Scbool enjoyed a  ''..'hap^'''''a^ernoo^',"','beuig,','ent^-''  tained by tbe primary grades  at the Christmas Assembly.  Mrs. Jessie Bali's kindergarten.group, commended the pro^  gram with the sharing of Jingle Bells and We Wish You A  Sler.ry Christmas. Mrs, J.  -Hartje's, .'CradeAi'-l}...*apg.!l. the,  Martin Lather version of Away  In A Manager and Silent Night.  Two recitations followed by  little Elaine Beduik and Scott  Jackson.  A play, **Christmas Cookies"  was performed by Mrs. L,' M.  Gibsons grade 2; 36 children  . dressed in cardboard costumes,  gingerbread men, bells, trains  and many other ^shapes were  represented,       ;  ! . ,'      .    .....      ���   ������.���.,/'..,���,  Mrs. L. Lang's Grade 3 performed the Little Tree with  Wendy Walker as the little  tree, Lynn Oike and Pamela  Sommer field, the big trees.  Brian Faulkes, the boy; Kathic  Grafe  the" girl; Katliy  Trites  1 and Jimmy Rathbonc, the parents, s Vickie Fcarnley, Evelyn  Stui'ain, ,Bonnie a nd Judy,  Whytc were fairies,  The singing was lead by  Grade 5 HtudcntK with Mrn, H,  Birkin at the pinno,  BETHAL  BAPTIST CHURCH  ,���. SERVICES, ;  Sunday School ������'10 aim.  Church Sarvlca -���11 il 5 a.m.  Prayer - V/edneuday 7)30 p.m.  "   ,     PASTOR  ���':i 'i,R6V.,'A*Wjm,IS:>,i  You orb Invited to at tend  ��  any or each service,  -<\*  . _ ..WATER SURVEY  SERVICES  Oyrplsfcs Woier Syvtem Service  L C. EMERSON  S^cbeit 885-9510        issarsd Blasting   TREE FALLING  lOPPim OR ft��MQVif��S  LOWER' UMBS POR VIEW.  Insured work from Pert Meltoa  to Ptfffocf vtojrjbiofiur  ->'t  t  PhBeae Sechelr 885-9669  PENINSULA  BUILDING SUPPLY  ~��&e House With A He��h"  Bam 97 - Secbdt, B.C.  fUom 8^6*9946~  MARVEN VOLEN  STUCCOING-PLASTERING  GYPROC JOINT FILLING  CEMENT WORK  by  N. SCHOENEWOLF  Phone 886-2862  1  Scows ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING  & SALVAGE LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving  & Log Towing  L. HIGGS  Faone 885-4425    ; "-���  The finest In  FLOWERS  For Ail Occasions  ELDRED-S FLOWER SHOP   ^.pr^Si^^SM^t   Phone 885-4455  CUNNINGHAM  AMBULANCE SERVICE  HALFMOON BAY  Emergency and rtart Emergency  colls.   Speciol - rotes   for   O.A.P.  Qualified personnel  24 HOUR SERVICE  Phone 885-9927  FIREPLACES  CONCRETE WORK  RbAD CONSTRUCTION  gravel; fill^ soil  a. simpkins-885-2132  Phone 885-2062  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Electrical Contractor*  Appliances - Electric Heat  Phone 885-2062  ^       HALi^- METAL  General Sheet Metal  HEATING - DOMESTIC  GOAAMERCIAL - INDUSTRIAL  Phone 885-9606  _ v...        GUN BOAT BAY  Float Ramp and  Approach  Building Contractor  Phone 883-2324  ... i ���  .��  - ���" ���',' " ���'���'��� "��������������'-" i "'i ���  ���1�� ���  ���  H. 8. GORDON &  KENNETT LTD.  Real Estate and  Insurance  "���'''"���'���'"������'"'.'Pljbneiz:'-  885-2013, 886-2191  SHERIDAN T.V.  Sales and Service  RADIO���APPLIANCES  Phone 885-960$  Frank E. Decker  '   :  OWMmiST,  ..���,v.**.��,V.>'..^-;...(,-.i  Bal Block  Gibsons -  i      ���  Every Wednesday  __      ffor..oppotnlnionl  **���                 ' ��  ..  TINGLEYS  HI HEAT  SALES and SERVICE  for oil your heattrig  requirements  4 Oil Co.'s Finance Plans  C. E. (Col) Tiagtey  Box No. 417, Sechelt  885-9636 ��� 885-9332  SWANSON BROS,  Septic Tanks and Drain FkMt  Backhoo and Front End  Loader Work  Screened Cement Gravel  Fill and Road Gravel   -  �����.-.���- Phone -889-9606 ...:,..,:^.^,-~  Box 172. Sechelt  Mortgage Money  ���   for New Construction  or Older Homes  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD. >  Sunnycboit Shoppina Centre  Glbion. 086-2481  The  Anglican Church  Of CANADA  .Rector Kcv, James II, Fer��uison, B.A., l.,lh.  Phone 88.VW93,,..  ���-, Christmas Eye, December 24,,  St. Hilda's, Se^hplt:��� Holy Communion 11:3Q a.m.  Christinas Day, Dccombor 25  St, Hilda's, Sechelt -���< Family Service 10 a.m.  St. Mary's, Garden Bay ��� Communion 12;30 p.m.  Church of His Presence, Rcdrooffs���;  Communion 11:00 a.m.  KtWJ^MMiOMM^Wl��Wi��W^flal^M.^��ii��t��^4i*^^  Sunday, Decombor 27, 1964  STr HILDA'S ��� SECHELT  Communion ��� 11:00 o,m,  EGMONT  Christmas Service '<��� 3:00 p.m.   ^MADE|RA':PARK,      r  Christmas ^crvlco --- 7:30 p.m.  ������*-������ ���'*- " ���"''    h--iiikii.in--rrTii  \  T(mTm  if  ��JUf  J,'  ���.,.v  ������|i��i�� ��-��i&&^d$iw&w*$fa^^ ir w" ��'��* MVf|i",.t7l <r   *'t,^ ^fin*-*? t. A*^;��"��&'**'"# ^IJ-Xj  The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., Dec. 23, 1964 Page 3  Festive season  THIS WINTER scene created in the MndoW1)f!C&S Se-"  chelt has proved of considerable interest in the village and certainly reflects the festive spirit.  Sqaaririgly Yours  Say You Sew MM 'The. Times?  ��� ���***"*���  ���by Maurice Hemstreet  lowing,, are, theulasttwo^of, the  ten commandments.    _.  No. 9���Thou shalt not kill thy ..  club  with  bickering  and  fault  finding.       ~  No. 10���Tjwu_shaliji6t-forget- -  thaTTfiou  wert once  a  begin-  ner^"v"" """" '"'" ' '"; '"' -"M-"-   Last Sat. Mr. and Mrs. Bill  ���Scott and^Mr. and Mrs. Larry  Farr   from   the   Gibsons   club,  ALLEMANDE left it's just around the corner, no! Let's joined the Sechelt Promenaders  ;������ |start this column out in a gay spirit, won't you join and we chalked up another fun-  me* Jingle beUs, jmgle bells, jingle all the way, to a filled evening. You just can't, ,,  happy  square^ dabce  season,  corning*^BT8&i�� ^vmAfrhy, beat square dancing for relaxa-"'  HEY!" Square dancVtfiends^old and-new** can itaeount i^^'^^^l���^  on you, to have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New  Year too?       *    '���--������  ���: _____  home from school the other day  with a list of ;namss ofa cMld-  ren in her^class (whichvisAgrade  5) who want to learn square  dancing, so starting sometime  in-the new year watch the pa-  ���ptr for  beginning  classes   for  both children and adults. Oh,  you don't have to believe me  that square dancing is fun,  spelled with a capital FUN/ no  sir.- When the time comes for  beginner classes to start, just  Sashay oyer and find but for  youreslf. "  Yes, wiuY lSftHust aboiit* d\W  and I have loads of happy  memories still in my scrap-  book, here's a few more that I  shall never forget.  Dec. 12, 1959���Squared up at,  .the Sechelt school activity  rdom and were joined by Powell River and Gibsons Squarenaders. A wonderful ...time was  enjoyed by all. I encountered  calls that I had never'heard  before but'by casting my keen  eye around the room I was able  to get through the evening quite  well, T sometimes wonder If I  sleeping pills to relajc you after a hard *week's"wdrk. Square  dancing is a pleasant way 'to  forget your worries for a'while  and;' also rene.w old fpendship  and make hew friends." Peg"  and I have made many 'from  coast to-coastr' It's just unbelievable.  This being the last column  before the holiday season Peg  and I ..wish ;to take this opportunity to wish all our square  dance friends, just plain friends  and "neighbors a���very-'Merry  Christmas to you and yours and  may God bless you.  Have  you  been  reading  the  managed   to   fool   anyone   iRt9.���, JQ��. CQirrrnandments   of   square  thinking that I kn.ew>haT Iwas    dancing? If you have, this gives  doing, as 1 said before, Peg  and I went right into a going  club and believe" me, this is a  tough way to start square dancing, so If you're thinking of  starting for goodness sake, go  to n beginner class first. That's  what I'm going to do. This par.  tlcular date was also Gary  Monk's last night as the Sechelt Promenaders regular caller. I still banc that some day  Gnry will guest call for our  club some, night,  Doc. 19, 1959-i-C h r I s t m n s  square dnrneo at Hopkins Hall,  with Harry Robertson officiating. This was quite a night  which included the exchange of  gifts, and,by the time you read  this paper wo will hnve been  to another Chrifitmns dance at  Hopkins Hall,  My   ydjuig   daughter   came  you quite a head start. The fol-  If you have friends you care  for, tell them now; they don't  hear so good when they^ put  on tjwt  wooden overcoat.l  icbao'if .eft.  Hope your Day is wreathed tvith  mess and your holiday season is one. of  joy and good cheer. Merry Christmas!   .  Thrifty Dry Goods  ';"::;"-,,::,: jSlBSONS,B.C... .,    .  NEED A CAR?  -NEW-or-USED-  TRY  Peninsula  Motor Prod.  Ph. 003-2111  - T*4 For��wi.il  ui.il,,|.^'wujr-,j,,l|l ,,. .!..1!..TJ, !��"__<  1Ct>c Christmas gtorrj;*,  ,    Bright shines the Star across the years, bright  | ��� , I,.       (,.,!���,    l,,W     ."I, !���      -���1 .,<*��������  glows the Christmas story... to tell of a  time when Wise Men brought rare and precious gifts,  to symbolize theiradoration for the  Child that lay in a manger, May you  know all the gifts of  ��,blessed Christmas,  1l*��a^SP^'&��?l^ei*Ji!|*;>l&��J*lA*i  1  Management  and Staff  KRUSE DRUG STORES LTD.  Gibsons,../. Sunnycrest Plaxa Sechelt  ((*MmimTt��im��w*  wl��M:.*^^^*WW^*��P*i��H*Mrt*ffl!^^  ���\;l  V -r  --���--  WIS  T  ,...i  '.iff?"  q#h f-  :\���'  V  r"  (, >\'!i.  |{  j  1  ���I  ���''?  ���;'j  .1  B^ks&��z2smsuL��?piti��b  A Juvenile"Wr-r Kudo& and  CEdaor asd f��sfeer>    owe Candle  I   I  ,-TS3��A5" -sfesrttki? are. widely  ���olsidj&d *m ���������0M&'- attitirfe -to  V j il ����� t   . t  1  "/ ^asy .fee ��vtmg,. hut I $ka!$ not ha-so *mmg as to -/flS -J�� say- *rf_a / bdisve to be :rifeMf?���-.loss A141SS /���  ,'-'    '���   ', -  ���_____ _- '   . Wedntsday, December 23,1964       ���;���;������������;,-������-...-..������r-1- -'.������'��� r������-r  Ifae''raestloa ��f. *fed*er 'news- Oo^-to^h etiurisyttear iP  jaspers .^sm-d-.pofelMi-naines of     andeosme, l)t?   * ^*  33!P������3e.-offenders, '   Thecommunitygood lakes    ��-~  ".  ���    -    . '  j*. -*       ''  , <Srand paries ia Asisfia,-. Saii     pno   *' *__1  Aribeb and otiser ��� cities have -No political foot lusfai tbe f$b  ____.��� . ^-w^    w--      ,_. ' ,. .i��K��mes_ed-vtfaat newspapers     Time* ground/^\)  ��IgffUg8^!��!!    ��I    Jt*��|�����E��$    .. aM:is^.'i!^tk>nJde��^^  ���.-���'..'   * ��� age ' I&sr. violators.   Numerous-    nujorriy.. ,  'THERE was sothias 'panicoiarlv unusual about,   sad .secrecv-oo -teapot of the <souncffloii$'���**(> jwriutiap 'officers and juvenile        -  '  '.-  "tfee" e^ling of a"refoeadi��^*Jang die elec-    have''so'iaare than the inieres-s.of the village at ��bsb* ?idges disagree.- Kudw to our Tiroes, on cutting  "Tsrate-ttr^^-as^^ bean. .    |-     ,,, ".     Bistsict Attorney Henry Wade     it* teeth,  property should'be asqqaked for ase as a pari   -"       ^e 3^^ 'jaisb-6rB3ed'^3i-^'^'''ica^''tf Dallas' says newspapers at-rfce fmt >e��r befog the hardest    ,.....,....,..        ,.,,......... 1rt _i -    ~*~~, .��~ -to the. next! Let's,  for erne of many precis considered accessary by    _^ ^ p^fo' baadhns lite teEsactloa **^-J^SS^SntS viS     draw a ds*? fereaio.  progressive Individuals. " ���   '*���-���    -��-���     *~- -~-��������"��� ���--���*����� j~* a se��*ii��ip_ra *��*��*_ *=��  Sirasg��l>'''eB'C>iJ��ii, fear reasons best know-  to themselves, certain individuals "ad coatesi to  fct the puMic...decide wfej.cb :*_y they wished"'!��-  vole, w-ern to- most unusual k-nstfas to .press for a  no vote.- Two of them is fact actual paying for  ad^-ertemg ^pace k? oxder K> inspress ��beir views  irpos ihe electorate'. -        ���  faokfi-sE the propeny for earlasive purchase by t3r5 ^ ^^ p&rents^ George -St*ad up and blow out as Fir^  ^SecaelL - ��� i4>oney,----cMef- probation officer     Candle.'  IMs is a"'5oisr>lete EHSarepresentaiioa fee a &r tiie .Dallas .County juvenile  fins Price. ascepiaMe terms aad -deSffite iodica- dtepartmeat, ��� disagreed and said  ���fcyVee-Lobb  ^Ffeii was jB_de ali the more ��|33i��ie_Bt by the  fact .one of these men was a cooncilte who ac-  tuall\- voted for titereieresditiji.  spn 4s"propotv wrote be heM for the vilisge, pri^ag fee names often would  LlxtBMmd aBdin faa read mcotmSb^' msks a ^ s^atJ0Q worS���"  CoimaBoT. Frask Parker- ;-��dbo.. .-was. nominated  chairman of parks an_''roia_is and- co-seqoeatly  asked to deal ��i|kiB2tter.  _           /�� The Silence  Coimcior"Fra-k Parke^l^io...was 'nornkiated  '^ Bai^ Mornittg News re--,., ��,.      NiaM  ^l~u. ���-����� ����j�� ��^---.^. '��.rf ^�������-_��*k, tesstly used the names of two V* . J-fff: iiiyiu*  teeaager's who  fled   the  scene Here's a tale that's sad but true,  ��tejr Aeir stalkmwagon injur- And j, happened Jong ago.      . U k JO�� ^ ^ mm *&�� folz P^e ed  *  lO-year-oM  girl  The fa- Whcn , was anj} ^ ^ _  "���   "The ''"yigMi'Sfj 't_SsoS~S33  even .^rEEngei���-gPirif-iso-.:i-i3cfr-0i:--lheir tasse to toe -wefl -l��-ag ofatfe^r-of tse 16-year-old. dn-ver.���-��g--- --- -���  aspect vy-irii-an ed:itcjria|-iir 2''GxtferJfir'pi^licati'oa ' coms5:tJEity, ��� shotiid be sab}ect:'to attacks of -this- 'to^ reporters he thought news- A(^-a^Jancj  by a person ��%o shems deplorable igsjorance of. --Batare. partiaslarly fey a .person -expected to ex- pap^shoaM.-M����ify .the bojss,,  fee facts and obvioasly sets, oat 10 imply istrigae    empMy-a sense of respraasfeffity. involved in such incidents.  ring loved -t0"i07-  Time. A ^aleaMe C^fsta&ndity  FOUR candida.ie$ for two seats on village com- ���  ��� mission *at isded engotiragfn-g, il was how-  v'ever an"'-unh.2ppy~:dto:ation'-'tx)-,.have--'r^^  ficiently interested in..;the -vacant position of School  Trustee. .-��� '   '       ';^   -  This, poSJoilSy is~not too surprising when it  _,is considered the "ariiouffi M"-Sie1'arid effort de-r  rnanded of those accepting a position i%. public  ���;-'0��fiee../Ea��h.:ye^  My chum came fr��m,tbe city.  ..To- visit for awhile, "  And oh. the fun we had that  time,  Rememb'ring makes me smile.  Cart Before Horse  (Cariboo observer)  becGiBes due, each year. ��� .T,���.^_.   ���   , li       ',,    ,\  We still have'raw among us *dth a strong ALMOf ���?��** *** ab^ut F rh ,veninfl found - _��� dre^  i*         x   ������ t~       --    .",   ��� ���,������   fc    ,..- -. ��� ...        �� . a national health program for tacn evening lound us.aii ores*.  ^ns^XStvM^^r^^                                                        rco^erneTiith  the .edup.  to one or other of the adsucabk service clubs and TmA^Ui  side  of itbe  subject< For a daftCtt or for a ^^^  even tkougft the ability to  pay   Then after gadding all night  institutions  The position of Trustee is a rather more [or health care^ i^-a serious pro- iong  specialized form of public service and infinitely biem for only a relatively small Bacfc home wi^h the dawn we'd  more time consuming..                                               part of the population. But vir-  :j:^_V^ ^                                                                          ignored   is   the   major  in the field of education which ail add to extra    spent on"e^ucaSon today, it would seem a com- problem,   and   an   increasing Mother and Dad were going  problems and tasks for the school trustee.            .    piete imposition to expect anyone to accept what problem   particularly   in   rural -round  Nletinp:twice monthly is but a small part of    amounts to a thankless position as trustee without afea?r of an ade<*uate SUPPJ>' tike landlubbers lou at sea.  the duties involved, numerous other meetings oc-    at least a taken payment. True the dedicated gain       ^>Se��, ^ith005  WlTh ma   ��� They said we spoilt their sleep  ictipy a great deal of'time, special meetings, in-   .;     a certain amount of satisfaction which they per- w^.JLJh docf rs and^deT at ni8t',"  j vestigations M, coniplain^, conventions- All titne   sonalh' mi|^t-consider just reward. At the satne j|ts and ^cause^f inadequate For ,wo nois-v S'rls ��w'.w.  [demanding���aii_of^^^                                                                                                                                                    the sibwtion  trustees who might feel reluctant to claim for    in the recent election, the dedicated are becoming ^xj be a lot worse before it ^ s0,cmnJy wc promised them,  difficult to find.                          ���                        is better                '- ^at ncvcr more would we  We are in an age whereby time and endea-    an,-nntl *m            ���      a Makc a ,ot oi noisc al niShI��  vonrisa saleable commodity^ and it is ;high time ic ^^6n^^ ^ 'pp���! As-quiet as mice we'd be  e^er>' trip they might feel compelled to make.  1   This same situation applies to village commissioners, there is however one slight difference;  commissioners and chairmen do get some re-  egbursement. Certainly a trivial amouflt, but it  'Sioes at least offer a little compensation when it  some financial remuneration be made for service can\s qu^fied for admission to  rendered to one of our most important pubhc Canadian medical  schools had  institutions.  A VIeioiis Circle  ONCE AGAIN we see that we, the people, are        we think we need, but perhaps, like our own  asking the provincial government to as-      . planned spending, we know, we cannot afford.  sume-more of the cost of education, administra- " We grumble^ when the govprnme'nt will  tion of .justice, hospital financing and welfare���  figr re^uceta^esrbur forget it is our own monev  to be turned away. At one 0"r vow wC faithrily kept  school applicants with grades AlonB_.,hc i,rec., and up xhe  higher than 70 percent in their  entrance examinations had to  be rejected. A recent conference of Canadian medical associations estimated that to ex-  steps.  Like  thieve*  in the night we  crept.,  ������'This we realize-we must do, for .w|lth the enormous increase in the cost of education alone,  no community or municipality can meet its  commitments without outside help. In these  instances we have justifiable requests. ,  ������' , But we also often wonder if people think  the  government has a  bottomless financial  .* stocking, one that no matter what4emands we  make on it,1'will never be empty, Too often we  hear people say, ''That's government money,  ���.'��� they can afford it; let's get all we can out of  ������������-.,'thcmi"' -���-���-;--' ���-������������-. ---���'- ���������-���^-- ��� -������..������.���������'  . r We tend, to forget that it is. our money,  which we pay into the government through income tax, business and property tax, and the  many hidden laxes which come out of our own  pocket, We grumble when we make out our  j income tax; or, when a new tax is levied on  j liquor, entertainment or other'luxury commodi-  ; tics, butvwc forget it is our own cver-increa-sing  demands;   for   bigger   and   more   JuxuriQiis  We IcartCd against the dopr-  pand  existing  schools   \vi,U,;,xc,> ,,.('ia?lb / ���    //  quire federal'afd"Iff the^ arnOUiit   ,4,"shP f��n\ our tired feet,  of $500 million. And even if the'-��wp fl*nc> h��8h-hceled slippers,  buildings  and  equipment  were ,So our aim they'd- not defeat:   to be made available at once, .,.,        .  . - '    ,. .      , /  there would still be the question   i1C" VV,U,t :? nwfl,!'racke����  of staff. The present shortage ( amc ,0 l,s from Nvllh,n'  of iristiitciors extends even in- Bl" 'hf��' ^;is none of oiir  to   prlrnary   medical   subjects.     doinn>,  m. ' m_ and it ^akes years for a mod- ^o we could afford to grin.  J^flinUte MeS��ai^eS Ical'school. to build n'tcacWng  v- ; . .   staff. "  we are spending when we demand that the  government build an ultra-modern art centre  or any extravagant building which, in a few  years, might become-as obsolete as the proverbial white elephant.   '  I Mooped to retrieve,my  ^lip|>er^,  A"d ihe noiocjttoppjGd in-  And I almost toppled over,  In1. dentistry the, situation is  "Mmt people are bothered by evcfi'i.inWe critical: A pnif����,s-  those panares of Scripture tlicv sor of dentistry at, Toronto Un-  do nbtlindentand; but . . , tht ^x*�� slMcd, a f<^w w^ks-aRo. ^   , .    , , .uddc_,y  passages the bother me are thost that few rural areas in Ontario AV"K ��"..h damnedsuddenly.  / do understand", - Mark Twain C'?n  f,nd. ywnii dentists  to  re-  tj- ,   j jam" place men retiring from prac-  Knowledge ana Action two. ot ten demists in one  IT has been slated that all tho moral truths the world community, ho anld, eight have  needs to know haye already  been expressed ��nd'be��� ^practising, for  ,40   years whSu'I'Tl'm. Mt �����i. .h��^ "  that all we need to do now is act upon them.   .., ��r  niore,  To  Induce  a   young     n,lt li,K"u' ��" 0,,,/ht>Ch'  The Bible hays fn Mlcah 6;8 that God has shown to 'k^1 ,sch(>o1 Graduate to move  .mankind what constitutes goodness. In Leviticus |8;1 ,nt0>1^10 "community, one town  My ttirl-fricnd nearly fainted,  As I broke the dreadful news,  "We've been leaning ��>n the  *  door-bell,  ; schools   glamorized municipal buildings and   weread that God instructed ihc-hrenlltevih-thirm^ eE?3?imPQmjmrU,t^w^,-  l^tch, that keep pur taxes liigh. We .BOM:.:  , have our cake and eat it, too, as the old saying     ���{( a njan do, he thalllivo in them." ���'   ���'"���!��? S, \5K 9   fl f ,W bank,      -   i  ^es. /       ',    , b> Larly then, our duty to God Invo.ves morcjhan ^Z^ " ^"^ **"  merely discovering hi* will by prayer, Bible rcading^nnd \ ,jL -    '    "     '  church attendance. We must bo f'docrs of the Word and , W ls ^ WV-fop-poUUclarw  not hearers only" (James U22). to   ^miso , f��   convonlent-pay.    ���u-   ^,ver!a.fXPer.7ce has exposed manVhtnbnityto^  Ive up to God's Mnmlanl. of rlRhi��o��ncvi. Man would MrLV everyone in tho SI        c....,:.,,. .^^  1 i4  fjrift*i��!m��^*��i*��a*��*t  lUfcSiWfi*^*^  ���8  It seems \0 have become an obsession with  municipalities to see which one can build the  most glamorous school with broadloom covering and expensive; decor throughout its halls,  One such school was opened recently in Van-  couvcr���di.strict.Jt is.said.to.be.oneottliomost  expensive and elaborately equipped nehoofo in  the province, Where is it goin$ to end? j,  Wc in our own average household know  that wc must budget, and budget carefully, or  else wc arc hopelessly mire<l in. debt,,This can  1 be just as true with government finances,  We cannot ask that our Income tax bo re*  Sliced and at, the same time demand extra  ��ni/IJou8 of dollars to l>o spent on the things  Publbhc^ Wednesday*  ��t Sechelt  on D.C.'s Sunshine Coast  t>V \  have to acquire an entirely new nature Irt order to fulfil rv roaardlfisa ��f lnm>m��L.n..i  Gods requirements, lliis new nature, providentially, ftaarfcBTTrrxknot tho firat prob<  can be acquired by those who arcwilllnn loeommlt tholr loin, and to Thlroducc such a  lives to Christ, Tho Hiblc says, "If any man be in Ghrlnl, prosiam bofor.o. thefo aro mU  ho In n now creation; old things-arc passed away; bVflclont medical and dental  hold all things are become new," * trnlnmfl fncllitlcs In to put cart  Only by1 having a personal encounter with Christ before-. homo,       ,     ,  and rhnlnlnlninB dally fellowship with Him will it bo ' ������r   , ,'.,, ;,   .  ����� possible fbr-'Wrn Hvc up to the Golden Rule and other'   ()no  mL you 'CBn Hfty' fur  ^Pastor I.TVnonby, Gibsons' f^ntccosial Talnirnaclo u���}   mlt%^'TmmZ  maxima of moral truth,  irr  body's buslnoNit,  Strvinit the area from  Port Mellon to Eiif'ton*  Ulo\ye fioncitt'to fervl* ln\��t)  Voitfllas It. Wheeler, Editor  S, II, AlxtiWflf Publisher ,  Siibseripiioa Uatcm  (in advance)  I Year. $5 - & Vcaw, $9  y Yearn $13'  U,S. anil 1'orelgn $5.50  M y  4?r  ,L;\_ ^'&:-5 ^I-  i Uw ��**  The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed* Dec. 23, 1964 Page 5  Uniquely born ...      *    >  , i "���  A;planiiecLmiracle  God became flesh  .THE BIRiTI^of .Christ could be termed "a planned mira-  --. ^e" Every detatt connected with the appearance  ^Ljhe-^on of God followed a pre-arranged pattern. It  : Was a"freat miracle in itself that "God became flesri  " and dwelt .among us/' : '-  NEED A CAR?  NEW or USED  TRY  Peninsula-  Motor Prod.  SECHELT, B.C.  Ph. 885-2111   - Ted Farewell  . -But equally miraculous is the  , fact ���that -the Incarnation ful--  *( filled specific prophecies utter-  ' ed hundreds of years earlier.  ,Let us look at the Biblical record.   /  / It was predicted in Genesis  ;3:15 that Satan would be defeated through the "seed of a  -woman." -Christ was uniquely  - born, for He was the Son of the  .-Ktrgin -Mary. Galatialis .4:4 re-  ������waiMBa^gsa^ma^ , cords that "when the fulness of  *"    l      * .-..�����* *��__ t��"      time was come, God sent forth  "' "~   "     v"     "a woman."  was thus- the  fulfilment of Lsaiah 7:14, "Behold a virgin shall conceive and  bearf^f.jSon and shall call his  name : Immanuel," which  means "God with us."  The place of Christ's birth  was also foretold UvOld. Testament Scriptures. Centuries before ; the humble Judian shepherds found their way into,4Be-  thlehem to worship, the babe  who was "wrapped in swaddling clothes and lying in a  manger," a comparatively obscure .prophet named Micah  had   foreseen    that   the    one  Washer' extension  ONE OF the two new_washer5^installed-as-par4-of-the  Port Mellon expansion and already an operation, the  second is at left of picture and each Weighs 30 tons.  Washing of the cooked pulp plays an important and complex phase in the manufacturing upon which hinges the  economy of the operation. All chemicals, and residual is  separated from the cooked pulp for consumption and  reuse at the chemical recovery boilers.  on a  note of-ti)��*r, may  we wlfdi you, all. ai very  .' '.happy .holiday,.'���' ."."T"  PENINSULA  CLEANERS  Gibsons,   B.C.  "whose goings forth had bee.ri  from of old, from everlasting''-,  would be born in Bethlehem of  Judia. Christ's birth fulfilled  mis prophecy.  Long before Christ was bom  -in Bethlehem, divinely-inspired  prophets had-foretold that the  Redeemer of the world would  spring from the lineage- of  Abraham, Jacob and David.  It was through this line that  "all the nations of earth would  be blessed"' (Genesis 18; 18).  Christ's birth took place, as had  been predicted, in the "city of  David." ���"���---���- -        J  Men, women, and children,  throughout the centuries have  been able to testify to the fact  that Christ's message of love,  joy, arid peace has transformed  their lives.  That is why the angels at  Chirst's ��� nativity joyfully sang  .vm:j-anticipation.^s^w^  "Glory to God in tie highest,  and on earth peace, good will  toward men."  Pastor J. Anonby,  Gibson Pentecostal Tabernacle.  SANDBLASTING: PAINTING9  ' _r; j-"v.s'-*   ft A '    . ;y.i^4^fi^v    ���'���. iy*k -i-.^^-^... -A.'- -    ��,, J-'?,-.**! V  l  A  MkiBfe _������&���        _Mh' ���i **   -"^���*-_Hk. ���'MV *fe'A'ff jMk Vfe-t^-M 'llfi'ill  GMBmsWffl^^ *  *?Zi\hmwAi  Final details '   "     ' *  GENERAL Superintendent E;  q Sherman,  left,  arid'  Resident Engineer J. F. Willis, go over final engin-  '*'"'" "the recently  Mechanicol & Electrical Repairs  ''r a 40MPLTO Ds^  Garden Bay, B.C. Phone 883-2366  eerin  instal  g tie-in details just before start-ujp, of. il  (Ted new swashers, at Port Mellon!  $&'  Port Mutton NWs  ���  ���, ," ',���: ��� i ; , _. c ___;  ^ by J. Moore  ON NOVEMBER 28 Debbie  to see the Tidewater Players in "Calendar Countdown. ''It sure was a thrill to see and hear so ;much local talent. Mavis Christmas is a born actress and, of  course, for me, there is no one I'd rather listen to than  Lucille Mueljer. Htsr.ypice is always g0qig3Q^listen to,  The variety^of "songs frOm the remember" when days  were good to hear and the costumes were marvelous.  The    R 0 a r 1 n g \ Twenties ".< '������   : ,.,.'. .. ':Vi' ':.�����''���������,'���':.���'������"' ���';-���:; .':"  brought  back   memories  when    who WOre rolled downed hose,  J  ��wi i,'iiiiii*ttv^,*",,i  1 W!*ri��^Kfel(*��**(*SBl��**��.mf��ll  wc  real younguones Atscd^td ;'^  ��ook ^",v ��wc' at jtho^older girls :onv the  whole ,it  would 'have.',,.  ���m****mmm*0ip*+0^mmm*^mmmmm��h��m0wm#m+wi*+*fmmmm*^ ���*   bCCtl   VGrV' hUTCl' tO   pick ' tllC ' IjtiSt  , actress or actor that night because each one played his or  her part down pat, I'm sorry  1 did not Kct this In last week's  paper but with the Christmas  seation upon us the weeks just  fly by for me.  TheJWA to Port Mellon,Com-  inun,|,iy ������; ��� Clutrph,, h ,p Id tltclr  monthly meeting on Dec, 7 in  tho church h'nll. Fifteen ladles  H����t down to supoer nnd| a short  business meeting followed, and  carol '"8(nglrig took plape, later.  It w��s n pleasure to welcome  Mrs, Kelly, wife of Rev. Kelly,  MrH,   Cjamoron,   wife   of   Hov,  Onj^^n Jrj^JMnnjtonwan��iL  Mrs, West nil of Gllwon's,  Tho n��w* executive for tho  now year nro as follows^ Pre��l-  dent Mrs. 0, GrnhRm, Vlco-  presldont Mrs. E. Lucas, Secro.  jnry Mrs, P, Comenu, TreHsur-  or Mrs, W, Mueller and Convener Mr��>, P. Mooro, '  Don't forget the children's  ChristmnH "party taketf' plnco  on Dec, 10 at 2 p.m. In the the  community hall,   . ,  " 1 ��� ' ,.1..'.,  MORGAN'S MEN'S WEAR  Sechelt, B.C.  I  ���' ''"   '-' (,   Wo offer best wishes  and sincere appreciation to  nil out friends on this Blessed Christmas,  Chris's Jewelers  CHRIS, ANDREW and DIANNE  iHiilW����iHiiiililW(>(iiwiiiiinii����im ��< ����m����im  -(|i*f*  "***~"t " '* "-"���'-"Y;;-"""'"*"r %  *  ������T/fc-vV< -t^t^-'-i;!.'!"  >Jo��i-i*i?  Page 6 the Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., Dec. 23, 1964  By Vee Lobb . . . ;  The Little Sun Seed;  story for the young  ONCE upon a time, Oh, ever so long ago, there was  a little seed, who lived with her brothers and sisters, 'way up on the sun, where it is always very hot,  you know.    The   tiny   elf   people   some- the edge, the very edge, of the  times visit there, and they tell sun, closed her eyes tight, and  of the Wonderful World below; jumped offr  about the soft,  cool rain, and My   goodness,   it   took   her  the white, white snow that cov- breath away! She fell and she  ��� ers  the  ground  in  the  winter fell, until she thought there was  -time;  and the birds that sing, no end to it! But, all of a sud-  and   the   children   who   laugh den   she   felt   something   nice  and play, all year round. and soft under her, And,���what  This   made   the   little   seed do  you  think?   Yes," you   are  very    dissatisfied,    and    she Quite right. She had landed on a  thought,   "J ,\vill   go  and   visit big, fat cloud.  -the   Earth,   and  see  all   those .     "Oh,"  said "the. cloud,  "And  things   for   myself."   So,���she where  did   you   come   from?"  asked  Mr.  Sun,  but  he  shook The little" seed answered in a  his  big head  and  said,  "No." small voice, "I came from the  And  the  little   seed   was   very sun, and 1 want to go to the  ^disappointed, as you can  una- Earth."                   ���  gine! "No   riders    allowed   here,"  Suddenly,   she   made  up  her boomed   the   cloud.   And   with  own  mind,  and the  very  next that,  it  turned   all   gray,   and  day, she packed her bag with burst   wide   open;   in   fact;   it  -sunbeams,   and   she   stood   on made itself rain;   and  the lit  tle seed fell down and. down,  but lujckily she managed, to  cling to one kind of raindrop.  "Ah me," she:~thought, holding  on tight, "What: will I do?"  Then, .suddenly there was a  bump, and the little seed and'  the...raindropTObouhced up and  down,���up and-down!-They had  landed on the Earth. The kind '  raindrop shook himself and  said in a watery voice,- "All off  here,���last stop!" And away he  ran, down to the sea.  There lay the little seed all  alone. And the weather was  very unkind. The rain and the  snow made her shiver, and she  said, "I wish I had never left  my, ,nice warm home, ,on ,the^  sun." And she began to cry.  Well, one day two rdbbins arrived, chirping happily; and  suddenly they spotted the little seed. The big, fat robin hopped right over to it, and what  do you think? He was going to  gobble it up! But the other robin thought, "I will take it home  for my babies, and: let them  play with it." So he'hopped  quick-like���you know how robins can hop���and he snatched it  up, and carried it to bis nest.  But alas! He Was in such a  hurry, when he got there he  tripped. Down fell the little sun  seed,  and  it  was  lost  in  the  grass. All the baby robins peered over the nest, but they could  not see the little sun seed anywhere. And neither could you  or I, she was * so small.  "Ah," thought the little seed\  "this is the end." And she  closed her eyes+and folded her  tiny hands, and" went to sleep.  ��� Wh$p summer was over the  robins--went away to live, and  grow strong, so they could fly  back again to their home place  u^^neit^year^And this they  did,    *���'/  When they returned, guess  what they saw? Well, there was  a funny little green plant just  where the seed had fallen,'and  it was only two inches, high.  All through spring it grew and  grew, until one day���guess  what! It was as tall as your  own front door. And ort the very  top of it was a great{ big, golden-yellow flower, which was  12 inches across the middle.  "Now, get a ruler, and you will  see how big 12 inches is.  The big flower looked exactly like Old Man Sun. The robins  were so excited they chirped  happily, "We will call it a sunflower," they said, and they  clapped their wings in glee.  Then the flower was so proud,  she opened her bag and took  out the sunbeams,  and tucked  them in her hair. There she  stood all summer, tall and  straight, as much as to say,  "See, Mr. Sun, here I am, and -  Fm sure you don't mind, 'cause  you have lots -of seeds left to  keep you company."    - -  > ,��.       i r*  ; So the Big Sun smiled' down  on her and he stroked her gently with his rays, and he turjicd  all the sunbeams into seeds.  When that summer was over  the golden-yellow flower was  just~fWrHof-thenr,- and-she-was-  so happy she shook with laughter, and the seeds went flying  every which way. There were  thousands of them. Lots for the  birds and squirrels and chickens to eat, and hundreds left  overv to fall on the grouhd^^ahd  grow into beautiful sunflowers,  and spread more sunshine on  the big Earth.  Now the little seed was truly  happy. She had seen all the  wonderful things the Elf People told of, because, you see,  they were all quite true.  ' And when that summer was  over, she felt very tired and  her big head began to droop.  ��� So she drowsily closed her  eyes, and folded her hands, and  she said. .Tm glad I jumped  out of the Sunjl''��� ..  Then it was  night time and  she fell fast asleep. .  'ii  J.-/V,  ' \  ka***MsJj>*,��is��iss)*��Bito; iit^4**i*i**imWi*t>Wa��J*MWt!����t'>(it**  ���\'-V  1  ���Ji-  111  :!{���;  ���W5 (MM,  Cham Saw Centre  Wilson Creek  Dealers for .P.M. Canadien . McCulloch ���  Homelite - Pioneer and SHhl Chain Saws.  COMPLETE STOCK OF ALL MODELS  Parts and Repair Service  Telephone 885-2228  I  Television Sales & Service  RELIABLE - PROMPT  i Richler's T.V. & Radio Lid.  Sechelt, B.C.  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Phono 883^2377"'y ���  /- WiW/i.W'iiWiM U4��*w    Ik  ��� u *t-*u -*! ^i^*.A��r*Y'V*��*'tir'hiW*'***v'i��4H^wt-wt.(^-ij'4iifr-rtv Jr-Tf1-i>-^T^frtrtf ji**-* f**-" -���'h"*^ V*.���**���;��*��/m^jwj-W-j.���-!.*-i*^i v  ^j^>^W'**sii-^A>-^^<^w^j(j��ua*u��s.A-t-f,spt*<(ea>*��'*^'tE5�� ��^^JV4iw-��.^-->|?j��ji���vfc.v(f*'J<*j./A w*u��^-*��i*^*j*'^v*1 ^J��rf*''!l,l~1,;*,ySi?^^��**^/E?'^*'^���i'"'1^?',^'   k^Vt "^ ^ *"*^ V"* V**"^ i?v  Reminiscing ... -   ���'., ' ���     "r r;  ^     . 1 J   -    I. ?  Memoiy Hold JSie Soor  PROM AUon^tappy,ministry on-this;'cd*st,\I recall   casibn; andkmdliness*.and good  many wonderful experiences of peace and goodwill -cheer was the orderof ihe  l^l��pngjiny__varied flock, as Christmas drew near, and   day.- , - , ���  ^we. shared in'tiie fellowship of tbe BIesseo>.Season  , Sometimes ,it   was   a .day- '���~"  on .arrival  would .hug -every-    The Sechel* Peninsula Times, Wed.y Dec. 23, 1964-Pose?  bodyj^till all the balloons- had   ���  ������ "��� ���>��� ������  ' ��� -  , burst,  and then~make a hur-   <D      _      .    '   - _  u^-    -    ried adjustment tto my deflated    gqpg QT MOOlfeql . . ���      /    ..    , ..,.;*.-  r' -"-'   costume and the perilous,down- "���"   "    ^~-~       r~~"~~~~~~~~r~r~  '     "       's ..    " ���v��  slipping, of  my  pants.   These    V*   >-      ���<#  '  -�������� ;wejre'~bldrgags' of nwne I4 used * ,  * ' yeaV after.*year.*-' -*���"*.   ^��.,V*'vl .  Yes;  they were great ^days. -.  But every body, rose to the oc-  expansion  Hf  Apt  was a  fraught\wilh,great physical,difficulties in getting together in  tiny., school-houses, thanks, .to  show and starjms, but were always got there,: ' v" ' '" /  I picked, up families hereamd  there in my little Mission Snip  and sometimes packed my passengers *, Of aH ages and sizes  ashore over .mudflats. And-in  the school, I, put on'a varied  program in which the children  shared, as.they performed for  .us under the direction.'of a  worn-out   schoolmistress.  , I took movies and Christmas  gifts from far away unknown  friends of the little people. And'  somewhere in those wonderful-  evenings," we - squeezed in a  Christmas service and everybody rose to the singing of the.  great Christmas hymns and  carols. Even the case-hardened  old man who thought, he had  grown* out of such things!  Memories .of .their childhood  t . May.- we^in��� these parts j give  ourselves without, restraint  everything -that,  the -true meaning, and- spirit  'Christmas;,, b"u�� above ^H "turn"  aside" on Christmas Day/ per;  haps inourhomes-orin'a'tjttie  CANADA'S dynanjic growth prospects point up the ��rV -  portence^ ^opting many crf"lherecoini]Mndat|iojcMfr~~  !* l?8*?^"?- ro�� fte R��y& Commission on Banking and Finance, a<V  ��^ SSSL'S  <^rdiiig jto G. Arnold Hart, president and chief executive  g, and- spirit- of- , 'e��^-> ~* ��.��� n u ~* -Kir~.L*L~~\  came surging, b&efc and before  22T SL-Sll ***!'"& ^ Sb^S-lSSrTlirSS  rh.SSSeLM^? *���*"���*�� m'praise: of Him who  m the praise of God, as, toge-    came  ^  ��artn, to- bring, the  great news'of=God*siove for:;alL  mankinds   ~ ' -.  A Joyous Blessed Christmas  to alL " '    l"  Alan Greene.  ther t we lifted our hearts to  Him in the .joy of Christ's first  coming, as a Babe in Bethlehem.  The occasion may have-been  quite different when, in a little  cabin in some lonely spot* a  man and wife and a few children found the love of God in  .the Holy Sacrement, served on 4 --���'#�� - �� i*  a kitchen, table.. And we sang lit SPFltfM?  our simple carols to the ac-    ***  UvuuWA  officer of the Bank of Montreal.  Hart told the bank's 147,an-   . ��� ; ^  -Bual.meeting that, the oppoxtu- sion has been "remarkably  mtiesi-which..the revisions, of Ihe well -behaved", and - although  JSank .Act are^ikely to open up there- has been-a continued  are now especially important _ modest increase in consumer  What's os  .-���' Commenting on the possibi-  Kty- of Removal of the present  six per cent limit on interest  rates .and the,- restrictions  against the' banks' , participation in the mortgage market,  -he said, <" a more competitive,  broader and. more ��� flexible  -range of lending rates and  prices, .wholesale- prices-;on the  average have shown little ^tendency- to rise, he- "continued.  iWever^Hart noted" that m>"  employment is still a .major  problem in some parts of the  country, and- that not.much  headway has been made in corr  reeling the heavy imbalance in  our international trading pesi-  companiment of, the tiny port >  able ..organ, I took, with me ,  everywhere.-,,,"   ,     '  I would leave a Jew gifts with  them and then sail on to other  far-away folk, and repeat the  simple but holy program.  Or, again, it might be a  church service of a more formal kind in one of the many  small churches I had built in  tiny settlements, but once more  thereN would be a deep sense  of 'Oneness in our faith as we  worshipped with unrestrained  joy the world's Saviour""'*"  Or at a party again in a  densely crowded .community  hall, I put on a Santa Claus act  and climbed in through, windows thrown opep^to,.welcome "  me, and finally landedl',"."oh"''th!e'"'  floor, explaining to beUeving  - Uttie ���folk*what an adventurous  of deposit rates as well," could  *e /expected, -the-, whole" 'being   Uon.  ...... ��m*4 responsive to market in- ,   \Yor the future, he comment-  POPULAR   movie .with young, fluences.-*-        >    " ' ;  , e}l that "If we can.keep.our  and, old alike, ''Lady and .The  Tramp" is featured at tbe Sechelt Theatre for Christmas.  New Year feature "Come Blow  Your Horn" features Frank  Sinatra, playboy son of Lee J.  Cobb and Molly Pecos, an old-  country couple, lives apart  from his family in a luxurious  penthouse. His younger brother,  .Tony Bill, wants to break  away from the staid family  life.' When he does he joins  Sinatra and immediately is  'SwpHjhJto^l^  existence- The mother and father are shocked by the developments.  The younger brother even  takes over most of Sinatra's  .girl friends, all except Barbara  Rush in whom Sinatra really  appears to be deeply inter!  *4.6 BILLION ASSETS  Shareholders also heard ft. D.  Mulholland, vice-president and  chief general manager, report  a record year's business for  the bank to October 31, with  assets at a new high of ��4,688  million. r  Hart said that with availability of mortgage security,  "the banks will be able to  broaden their- lending activities  to meet me^equirements of  borrowers - who ~ must ~ now "look  elsewhere for their financing  and|whO in many cases are at  present paying rates, outside  the banking system, significantly hiMier than they would con-  celyally pay within it".  'If" the ngcope of chartered  bank   services^ were,;;��� widened,  production - costs competitive  tee' indications are good that  stronger than average growth  will prevail at least until well  in the 1970's." *  Hart concluded, "All in all I  find it very easy to get excited  about Canada's growth prospects and mere is certainly  enough going on these days to  indicate mat many others share '  this feeling. In such an atmosphere . . . there will be uh-  . e^ualledj. \opportum|tesa. m _.__.; ttiev.  "' >years''"'aiM!ad'' -ISr" 'e spjmsioB "andl  development."  skippered   by   a   man   named  Greene,-"" ?"  t"���'������" ���".    "'   [  1 would ask the little folk  where this man Greene was,  and they might even start down  the road in search of, him. I  fdled out my costume to the  bursting point with balloons and  it appears that he has lost Barbara because of his apparent  love for batchelorhood, he prevails upon her to marry hihiw  This brings him back into the  good graces of his father. But  Tony prepares to continue to  live it up without his brother.  lending  activity  ue   "the  short-term   borrowing  needs  of industry,  agriculture  and individuals."    ,���. i;    ,   .  REGIONAL   RESPONSIBILITY  NEW BANK RECORDS  Mulholland reported record  year-end loans and deposits of  $2j,729 million and $4,340 million, respectively. Personal savings '. deposits showed- an in.-  crease-=of-$93 -��million��ever��the    ... .^  -,,. *�������� *  Neti-*earmngs-V-^-'i-.$aLT4854,883f  after proyisioni of- $18,211,471 for  income taxes, were also at a  new record. ���,.-.,.  |B|^|- ^u^lland^-n9tev(|'|^eclof'|. ac-  rv" Uyityin the 'bank's;'iriYernation-  ing decentralization of-,responsibility, ��� Mr. Hart said, the  whole- trend is to "the creation  of what are/in effect, regional  head offices, in various geographical areas." As a result, he  continued, more than 99 per  cent)iWg!fiw.me_i,hank's,;...,ioans in  Canada are being authorized by  local managers or at the six regional hearquarters across the  country.  t  A PROFITABLE return, was reported by raffle conven-   ���a��" JJ*   "^ ,StmL  of the Secheu Hospital Auxihary, held m St.  Hilda's   six per cent more than in 1963  Hall. In future meetings will be held there as the membership is increasing all the time and the larger hall is  more suitable; 35 members aftemled this meeting.  Raffle winners'were' Mrs  Stressing the bank's increas--4-'*'aT   business  during- the- year,  successful year  em  THE STAFF OF  Parkers  Harejlwcire  ���>,-.��� Sctnolt, Ijl.^j',;:'���''���;  D.  Stockwell, Porpoise Bay, the  Indian sweater and toque; Mrs*  E, Black, Wilson Creek, the  candelabra and candles; Mrs.  Mary Hague, Wilson Creek, the  doll and wardrobe. .  ..The'.money raised through  the memorial fluid, went towards the purchase of a humid'  ifior for the pediatrics ward; iji  lieu of pending Christmas cards  locally! donation to the mom  predated. Send It C/O Sechelt  Hospital .Auxiliary Memorial  Fund, P.O. Box 193, Sechelt,  B.C.1  This auxiliary has made  plans to place a small favor  on each patient's tray, on a  colorful dolly with serviette to  match, for their Christmas dinner, -  nual  meeting Avoro  rca<ii  to\'  in real terms. This would be,  ���'a very good rate of increase  at any time, but even more remarkable in view of the length  of th<6 current advance."  Tho current business expan-,  and that Barclays Bank D.C.p.  had become a third equal partner, with the B of M and the  Bank' Of Londbn and South  America'; in -the Bank. of London and Montreal, operating in  the Caribbean and Latin America.. ,       '; . ,-  .  He addled that the B of M's^  international organization now  nufnbersSO offices, 18 of which  are1 the bank's own and' the remainder branches of BOLAM.  Reporting on, the "'"progress  andrdevetoplmfehit^'.tti^:B*?'ol,,���'  M's electronic date processing  facilities, Mulholland recalled  that "Genie centres" had been  opened in Toronto and Vanc'ou-  ''���,v'erv-"'thls'',-''ye��r/''''foll6wiri'g'irthe',!'  opening of the original instal-   lation,in Montreal in 1963.  AnENTION TO ALL BOAT OWNERS...  on Sechelt and Salmon Arm Inlets  A temporary low power line water crossing  at KVIIIe 12.11 In the area formerly toiowii  as Range Logging located on Salmon Arm,,  will be dangerous to navigation. '  0,C. Hydro-trnd Power Authority  1 Socholt, B.C.  orlal fund vyould bo greatly aiy    lowcd^ by reports <>f vthe pros    dent, treasurer, publicity, memorial fundi  sewing  committee,  gift box and sunshine commit"-  tee, AH reports proved the auxl"  Uary had another ,'Ycry. success*,  ' ful year and enjoyed dolnR so,  Tlienew. slate of officers for  Mfw)l90<'iJ.8��nsJoUQ.w8^MrsUJ,��Rud".  man, president; Mrs. ,0, Mos*  crip,   yicc-presidojnt;   Mrs.   J,  Parker, , secretary;    Mrs,    G.,  Reeves,   treasurer;-v Mrs,   A,  Swan, publicity, Mrs, C, Cameron acted as chairman of the  '.nominating committee,  S 0 c h e U Hospital Auxiliary  thanks everyone 1for their co-  oporntlon during the past your  nnd extends comDllments of tlio  season to all,  -IfT '  Secfieff...Theatra':..  Christmas Special  LADY AND THE TRAMP  "Disney - In Colour  December 26 - 28 - 29, 8;00 p.m.' \  uuuuuuuwuuuuuuwuuuuuuuuuuuviuv,  NEW YEAR'S EXHIBIT  COME BLOW YOUR HORN  TOP COMEDY IN COLOUR Y  ',        ��� ���     ��� '(  1   Matlnoo 2:00 p.m. January 1st1  Nltoas * 8 pm. * January 1 -2 -4.  f��*(S,i**iiM#**t%5��lBi*(>#tt ���-- ���'���^.'^^���)[yjJi-^nj^.y;iiiV]^j:--T'.iw^K'��Sv^^r^W����w.-'-  T  I.-.1'. ^���i.^j-.ij^A/.vi^^^^ ���-w* -  w-w^ *-**l-,<�� ^w  ���'7,       .        ..^.^������...  iwiwjrfi;""  ���J  .' (1 *  ������  ��� rl-l'.  ':'>(:-  ���.!���'  f  :,r  'i 1  ��,-i  ������:(���''  . f   l  ":i'  > 1  World we create  for our  IT  IS  not.new  for the  greyheaded to shake their1 heads;  at the young with concern, but  the statistics. that have caused  the   recent ��� concern- are ���" "-mostr  .-certainly "new.' '',.'..  Children are not now born  .^JifXerent "to those born a hundred years ago, "but'the'..world'"  we have given them is drastically, different. We have given  them a world "of war, confusion  ���and fear. One-of bad examples  ���and bad-:- entertainment, with  too little loving companionship  and too much idle time. Our  ���machines have taken���from  them most opportunities to cre-  .ate and left a .vacuum to -be  filled with the desire to destroy.^  Page 8 The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., Dec. 23, 1964  B&MefttfttB^eiiz^ ,, .  Sechelt Bowling Alleys  slmas leeling  something to he share  I HOPE as you read this that you are in good spirits  and���getting���ready .to���celebrate, for: Christmas is  nearly here���and Christmas is celebration!  -In our gifts- and in our  feasts, in decorating the Christmas tree and in the happy  -laughter of? Christmas- visits to  others,- with the warm wishes  of  our  Christmas  cards., with  suddenly springs alive, and becomes really'meanuigful when  we-realize *ha��:J&us-is1 the-secret  ingredient -in   the   whole  celebration. After all, ' we got  the messages of good will :to ihe idea of giving gifts to oth-  one    another,    we   sound    the    ers at Christmas from God him-  praises  of the  Christmas  season.  We have taken from them the��� _ Dqeade   after   decade,   cen  fine moral standard and principles as found in the Holy Bible  by our disbelief and neglect and  in their place given philosophies, traditions and theories of  men. True, not all create, this  world for youth, but how many  -of us stand' before our young  -condemned?  Jehovah's Witnesses,  Sechelt.  At a- greyhound race in Am-  ado^JMzona; adog named Classy Cindy decided she had; done  enough- futile runnings without *  -catching the mechanical rabbit  She reversed her field and  caught the rabbit head on.  self, who gave his Son Jesus  to us that first Christmas. Deep  inside us,- our own-hearts long  to respond to God's gift and express faith; hope" and love ourselves.  This warm,-. happy. season-of>~  Christmas is the time to practise faith, hope .and; love-'The  Christmas spirit in" the" air gives'  us an excellent springboard;  This Christmas:   patch up a  pie. For unto you is born this    quarrel; greet som<��. tense/ tin-,  day - in  the   city   Of  David-?a    -happy~: person^ with  a^cdhtag-  .  Savior,   which   is   Christ, the   -iOus smile;^^^/d^yetop>=the^gift Of  Lord."      .-''���." ....'.     understanding";^-H-eII   someone  Our   good   spirits,   and   our   -you lovethem-- forgive an old   .  celebrations  at  Christmas "dan   -grudge:���^'���^^p-'*5-:V"--'pW'-->ffi6Pvi  make memories that we store  -upland cherishJ16hg'iritb- the-fuF  ture.   All   the   traditions,   and  friendliness   and   warmth   that  surrounds'  Christmas    for    us  -tury after century, in happy  years and in threatening years,  .the vital message, first delivered to the shepherds has given  a.real lift to men's spirits each  Christmas; '...'���,..-  "Fear v not: *fcn% ibehold, ?��� I  ���bring you good tidings of great  joy, which shall be to- att peo-  IN THE Men's Tenpin League,  Ray Benoit^scoried: a double,-  rolling high three of, 5801 and  -high single 224.  League Scores: ���  ... Buckskins ��� Mike Johnson,  Johnson, 651; Carol August,  425; ;������ ���'     .  r'^--  Ladies���Rita Higgs, 263; Dorothy Smith, 253; Rose Rod way,  643. ~  .  ',:. Pender���Mark Myer, 651; Joe  Graf/ 608; Bill Cameron, 675;  Brende Scoular, 528.  Sechelt Commercial ��� Dickr  Gray, 777--(285, 276); Frank  Newton, "770 (331); Sam Mac-  Kenzie, 760 (279); Lola Caldwell, 681 (258); Frank. Ne.vens,  771 (283);  Orv Moscrip," 276.  Sports Club ��� Dorothy Smith,  $&    "   ���by, Eve Moscrip  640  (270);   Red  Robinson, ��� 720  (297); Dick Gray, 729.   \   , j /',  School Leagues: "v\  '.Seniors ���. Ted Johnson,.367  (209); James Duffy,.458 ��� (218,  240); Wayne John, J41 (249);  Rita Ono, 356 (197). :   ���  Juniors���Sharon Lawson, 269  (163); Earl John, 286 (198);  Kenny Akeson, 298 (206); :: : : 'r  -Ten. Pins':   ' ���' . * \J:..:.'  Ray Benoit, 580 (224);   Dick  Clayton,  515;   Roger Hockhelf,'  532-   Randy  Wiren,  52T;   Marvin  Skyette,  525;   Terry "Rod- '-  way, "5i^i'at"M��iu^^J52SO>e��t~T,  Caldwell, 546 (203). , -^*  Merry Christmas and good  bowling in the New Year.  USE  TIMES CLASSIFIED  JT ^^^^y>%T;  33ay the light of the  Star ever guide  us and inspire us  in our daily lives.   %^AGi#VBN"|.MI  and STAFF  Redman's Red & White Store  Sechelt, BX.  iaiigh - some -more/ When' you  ^appreciate-somethihi|;^take*me^  effort torsay so.  Be  interested. ; Show  sympa*-..  thy.  Be fun to be:with. Shun  discontent���be    considerate " to  someone else first. Take time  ;to,.. make. .JIXOungster;j;ha^p^.^Gp:iv  to  church.  Be courteous fe, a  stranger and start a'Chain^ re-.  "action. Take ar-?fresh look/ at  those you cherish. Realize how  very much they mean to you.  Then tell them so. Tell them  again Never let your love be- ���  come an unstated assumption  Thijpis ^cmly, a^ample" ornate  way irbu 'can^make^Christm^as!*..   _  a^ celebration th^t touches ypur^  heart -as well as "your pocket-"  book, for a~ Christmas without  Christ   at "the. centre   leaves^  memories*only "of the tinsel and  -the empty-walletT-  It is when our hearts are  touched; when we give the gifts  that cannot be bought or trad--  ed, gifts of faith, hope and  love, that we make the rich,  joyful memories of Christmas '  we love to remember. *������ , ���,.-  To all Sechelt Times readers  a     Merry&^ and    Meaningful  Christmas!      '���',."  ""''   "Sincerelyv,:':";";';,",;.'i,'"/^"'-/',  Rev. J. B. Fergusson,; ���  Anglican Church-:  Think   small.   Big  ideas   up-(  set nearly everyone,   /  mi��w��i��  At Chrxstnuwtinte  we welcome the opportunity  to with you, our good friend*, th��  bappieit of holiday nccuona and to extend our  heartfelt thanks for your valued pntronase*  i^Wi^WHiUiilll^JisiwlfiM'W^S**!!  ��� t^Jife^^��te��l*,f��feSat**s*i!!iaw!ft��S>��ffi  Marine Men's Wear  Virice and Dave  r/wo>vw��iyirMl��fMwiwfwwHiwvvOTwvyvyvv>owvvv>n<wvvwvvvvw^^  ���fv, ,��^f��t��t,B��rf.   /^'j,iUi^��av.J_a.wr��a,r��atK.^pti;j<.'---�����iii���vjvi,-��.aisj jf iig>r*\a<*?"tl>?',^A3a***r&!>fUi --<^V'^?.W��,,.*i,fi��,^^..".^<tt.^^^w^ WA&f ��s/��MHt *--!����*  The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., Dec. 23, 1964 Page 9  GIFTS FOR ALL THE FAMILY  DROP IN  AND BROWSE  AROUND  it's nice to  1 be Gifted with]  *>  We how have in stock  a large selection of  Household Appliances,  7\V. Sets - Gifts for the  **��$.      Fisherman etc.,etc.  P.S.���Here are just a few items  you'll find around rite store to  please everyone on your list:  TOYS ���GIFTWARE  LUGGAGE  SMALL APPLIANCES  RECORD PLAYERS  STEREO SETS  TRANSISTORS-,  :^s<  FREE PASS TO SECHELT THEATRE  WITH EVERY ORDER OVER $10  It LSMS m&MWL  w  V'fcn* "Idf      *    liN   7  HiSf  $4       J"*S>-4^   *    t^MiP^-t^Mufi  SWfATfRS  SOCKS &  TIE SETS  SPORT SHSRTS  jackets  SHIRT  JACKETS  PYJAMA &  iR^BESETS  /���"���    if" '.-���*������ * ''       '.'"'* "'      ' '   '  EVERYTHING FOR HIM  .���': AT.'".".���  ���* .*��>fli-a-.r.-u.fiK^  ������HI>  M����0������*������������������****'"  MORGAN'  'SWEAR  -Jv.  u.  -I  Sechelt  ���J?-^.'  Phone 885-9330  �����.  ��>���������������  �������������������>���***��***��*  ^>Ar.  LADIES' WEAR  ?f   yyy^fy  CHRISTMAS  GIFTS TOR MR i  Adorn her at Christmas  Let flowers say "MerryChristmas" for yjbu /. ,  as gifts ,. and in your own home! We have all the  ^ith the  ^GgrS    t^ad^^^VYuletide favorites . . ,t and many at-  ,smartest gifts'that ever   ^��     tractive new arrangements. Come,  see,  select!  Place your orders early" and avoid disappoint- j$  "��� "  - ' ment,  went under a tree.   "  See us for a fashionwise  array ��� of styles,  smart, dressy and dramatic,   y-  Coats P Carcoats - Dresses  Skirts "Blouses  Cardtoa.n*  ��� ��� ' ��i  Pull-Ovors - HoUsecOats  Lingerie - Leather Handbags  and Millinery  * Ladies' Wear is our  only business,  t ���' ��� ���'������'��*  SECHELT  Phono 885-2002  J/.  LADIES' WEAR  TABLE CENTRES  PLANTERS  :::;;:--:;,Pp!HSEJTAS!i,;;;,:;:;,;  CHRISTMAS GREENS  CERAMIC VASES  CUT FLOV/ERS  >Y   ��� I  ! ��H*M43��i*!lty*.J.S*#M  ^*B*^*T**^-'M��J��Jf*8)F��6*)-|��Wi)>?��MWW;��B*i��  FLOWER SHOP. $*$��� -  ,'���...������,    ���   '     ,    .'',..        .  ''',  Phono 885-4455  ��*i  -ft'  >>>  'd>V''.i  V   ' 'M,., Poge 10 the Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed.��� Dec. 23. 1964    guests at the Jones home, and  -��� r~. * ��� " ' ������    Mr. and Mrs. Rolf Baune.  Pender Tabernacle . . v  ;gz:.  ��::  V*  U  r��;-  , i  , I  hlotesijmm Pender  TH^PENDES Hiarbour Volunteer Fire Brigade held  Its ^annualpinner and dance-in the banquet room; of  the Pender Harbour Hotel. A most delicious Chinese din- _       ^    ner was served to the brigade executive and active fire- wr~ the~5:30 ferry~"waited" five  men and their wives, who were guests of the brigade.    TIMES COMMENDED  A  number'' of Harbour ,resi  dents   spent  long,   cold  hours  waiting out the Squamish wind,'.,  at the Horeshoe Bay ferry t��r> -'  minal on the night of Tuesday,  Dec.  1$.  Some early arrivals^  Those present were Mr. and  Mrs. Een Powers, Mr. and  Mrs. Jim Love, Mr. and Mrs.  Marshall Rae, Mr. and Mrs.  Nichpl Bortnick, Mr. and Mrs.  when his work schedule compelled Howard to turn the work  over to someone else, be found -.*..,-,  a faultless successor in th*M>e*y   hear *ae ^tgate favorable^ epm  hours for the ferry to arrive  from Langdale where it had  waited out the gale-foree vrinds.  While waiting, we tuned in on  the Hot Line, Just, in time, to  Those discarded cards  help children in India  DONT THROW away those Christmas cardsl Gather  them up and give them to the Ladies Missionary  Group of the Pender Harbour Tabnernacle. The cards  are made into picture book for children in India.  Bill Ward,  Mr.  and Mrs.  Ar-    son of Boyd Bennett.  crue S?ott, Mr. and Mrs. Earl  Logan, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bu-  senberry, Mr and Mrs. Ray  Majr;  Mr. and Mrs. Dave Scoular,  Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Harling,  Mr. and Mrs. Bob Crichton, Mr.  and Mrs. Vince Hernandez,  Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clay,  Capt. and Mrs. Bill Thompson  Boyd, son. of Mr. and Mrs.  K. Widman, capably took, over  after one hour's traning. For  several,-'weeks, uriM transportation problems- arose, Barrie  Fenn assisted. During the past  few months Roi Kilborn has  shared duties with Boyd. The  projectionists job is a very te-r  dious and lonely one, and a sih-  ments made by Pat Burns regarding the .editor of', the Se-..  chelt Peninsula Times,, and the  mast-head Ofvtjie Times. That's  something we would have missed if the ferry had been on  .time!   ���  ��� ~ ���")'"���:  TEA CANCELLED ~  Cold and snow forced cancel-,  lation  of   the   Christmas   Tea,  planned for pensioners on Sun-  Corporal   Nelson,   district   fire    cere "thank you" is extended.._ day, Dec. 20. Instead^members  marshall .. and    several    local  , members of the brigade were -  unable to attend.  Mr. H. Clay, brigade president, informed members of the  latest developments in the -forming of the proposed Fire Protection District. Recognition is  expected0 from insurance under-  to these young lads whosj^omy"  0f the Business and Profession-  reward is the satisfaction:' of ,a  job well done.    ~ ' :���   ,  BIRTHDAY   SURPRISE  Aided by Mrs. Gladys Jones,  friends from Vancouver, Sechelt and Pender Harbour gathered to surprise her husband,  Chuck -Jones, . on the occasion  al Club, will mate calls on the  Mission houses at Garden Bay,  and on other older folk, known  to them. '���"*"���  writers  once the Fire  Protec-- 0f his birthday. Quests froniSe-  tion District is formed. At present, the brigade is engaded in  indexing district lots and owners.  Also announced was the new.  fire "emergency telephone number, which is 883-2525.  Mr. Dennis Harling, fire brigade chief, urged that practice  sessions be held in the daytime on weekends. Early darkness makes evening practices  difficult, particularly for the  new members vOf the -brigade.  A suggestion by Mrs. R. Mair  that a ^adjes^auxiliary be form?  : ed was well received.-'"Ladies  'interested in taking part  telephone Mrs. Mair.  ^-Daneing followed the dinner,  and a social evening was enjoyed by all.  COMMUNITY  CLUB  "*���*���"'"       ' ,     ���  The Communityi-Club'announ-  ces, that there will be no show  in the community haUjxOttyDe-  chelt were Mr.  and Mrs. Joe  After hearing strange noises  in the front of bis car, a Utica,  New York, man -took- it to a  garage for a check-up. A mechanic worked oh the engine all  Brenner; Mr. Morgan; and Mrc: morning but the noise contin-  aod Mrs. Ralph Stephansoh. ued.   Finally, listening closely,  Local  guests   were   Mr.   and    the   owner   and  the   mechanic  Mrs.   Don   Scoular,   Mr.,,and ^  Mrs/ W. Higgins; Mr. andfMrs. underneath affront fender. A  Harold Stickland and Mr. and check revealed that a pigeon  Mrs. L. W. Kiborn. From Van- had built a nest inside and the  couver came Mr. and Mrs. Bob offspring were squawking their  Thompson, who were weekend   heads off.  Comes to lead . '."."  light of the world  "IT'S CHRISTMAS!" one happy voiee calls to another.  What a flood of bright memories these words bring  to many people'the world over! To the writer, Christmas  has always been a time of joy bordering on a glory th$t  is hard to describe. "^ *~  Among other projects uhder-  Jtaken^by^ this e^u^getic group  "jJjin&Ti^  dothing for:,th^ needy in Asia;  x^stt-ycolifcting ;of; used - ptastic  medicine bottles, which are  sent to the Mission. ^oil\e lepers; Old - sheetl- are needed  too, to be made into bandages  used in leprosariums; and  those; liotteshjfrts with worn  collars ;:'^c|[Vv^p��---:' i�� longer  want; win be made into hospital gowns. The Mission to the  lepers is international and in-  ter-denominaUonal. If you wish  to assist by donating articles;  or by your presence, telephone  Rev. Aekroyd or Mrs. Aekroyd  at,885-2��i  Sewing projects completed  this year included five quilts  lor orphanages* and the making  M ditty bags to hold the he*  ���side needs of patients in leprosariums. Missionary offerings  this year made possible donations of fifty dollars to each  of the following: The Mission  to the Lepers; The British and  -Foreign Bible Society; and a"  Chinese missionary family in  Victoria. The Ladies Missionary  Sewing Group meets in the  church the last Wednesday of  each month.  The congregation of .the^^ Pender Harbour Tabernacle has  been served for ��TZ years by  Rev; Walter Aekroyd. and Mrs.  Aekroyd, who came here in  W52 to establts  Originally services were held  in the Community Hall, and  Rev. Aekroyd furnished boat  transportation for parishioners  who came from~all parts of the  Harbour. The present building  in   Madeira   Park,   was   com  mended in 1954.  ���'������'���;Suidiy'-:ielbx^  held each Sunday at 10:3a pm���  followed by e&ujeh services.  The" young- group and Men's  Fellowship group smeet: i^yery  second FridayY Services .wHtehe  held in , the, Tabexnacjte on  Christmas Day at ��0:30 a-W,. ���'*  Atex and Alma  Gffmor  CMImorV  Variety Shop  Sechelt B.C.  u     n&^mu -A'    4. w-      ii       In..chU6l��ooa}vi4fc^ya��- aot just  cember ��. The|next ^hrv^ul--lhe gifts rec^Ved or the good  ^e % V}*m *e*iwe> scheduled    timeS  ^th thc family or the  for'January 2.  The club executive wishes to,  publicly   commend   the   young  lads who work unseen, and often unknown, the volunteer projectionists.   ���  ,n Films sponsored by the community club would not be possible without them. Today, as  in past years, the projector is  operated by teen-age boys who  give freely of their time and  services, and who show ajv admirable degree of responsibility  and reliabiliity in their attendance and efficiency.\ ,,   For, thc past three years, un>,  ,. til  June,   1964,   Howard   White,  . was senior- projectionist, assisted  by  Raima  Savolainen  and  ��� Don   McLeod.   This   summer,  sacrifices involved in the giving of gifts and the pleasure  derived therefrom, but the  thought of the wonderous gift  of God's love to men���the,,gift  of "a Saviour, which is Christ  the Lord" (Luke 2:11).  Christians love to think of  how the angels -ca me- to the  shepherds "'to���tell them of the  birth of theSayjour4a[nd of how  "the'"- wisemen"' ������^eWM'^y'^.the.  star that guided them to where'  the infant Jesus lay���the human exponent of the r QUrJist,  Truthi God still sends angels,  or pure thoughts, to those who  are recoptivd"tlttTOH and leads  them to tho light of the Christ,  The qhrist-ideo, &; still the  light 6t the world and'it comes-  today to lead men out of the  darkness of false beliefs in evil  to the light of the understanding that God, good, is All-in-  all. This is the peace and goodwill of which the angels sang  and which will unite nations, as  the individual gains peace in  his own heart.  As the real-glory of Christmas dawns on men, they see.  that it is .not merely a season  of joyousness that is soon passed, but that one can have an.  eternal Christmas in his heart,  a, sense of peace and joy in  sharing his good with others.  Christlikeness is the demand  made on tall true Christians,  Christ leads us from dajrkncss  to light, from discord m harmony, from -sickness to healthj  from sorrow to joy, The Christ-  ^oqs,, not.,,come irt io* blare of  trumpets and drums, but, in  quietness "<of heart, while we  are matching and praying for  the nhswer to our deepest npirl-  tual desire's, our earnest longings. Ah Phillips Brooks' loved  Christmas carol reads {Christ  Ian Science Hymnal, No,  Where chardty stands watch  And faith holds wide the do  The dark night wanes, th  breaks,  And   Christmas   comes   once  more.  i,t r 7-Thc Christian Science  Monitor,  ��     Sincere  ' *l< Good  f Wishes  TJ>'M alt  aglow  with boar  vriaftw* /v>r your  Christmas happiness,  Ann & ��ero Riclifer  1 miBor��A��M .:JBbb: J  YEAr��E��E  LiGION HALL  eauty Salon  Sechdt  Evelyn Hayea  Aboyo fwt office  Cuirlnp and Styllngr  Tuoiday to Saturday 9-5  "Your Stairway To     ^k  Holr Beauty"       '  Pliono O^S-9525  r  t  :S-  *rte.(��(teati***��<*1*1��*fi*��!  TICKETS $3.00.  JOIrJUS  V//////S////////////////S/////S//S//////////////////////////////,  I ,'  ���0   i -''"i WSM^s^^M?^  ^^'isffigsass  !S(^^^SWS!W53"'  ,^_^^tos^%^��.;^^,.��ii^  Round about the town   r '   ���By Ed Green  THE ELECTORATE of Sechelt has expressed its*opin-  ion at the polls.-That is its right and there can be no  quibbling about them if we are to lay any claim to being a democracy. Only time will tell whether the choices  made were good or otherwise.  That there can be a question    ��� ���   of who elected who and for  what, might be found in the fact  that on election day I was in  one of our supermarkets when  a very large woman saw another one equally large and  trilled, "Yoohoo, I thought you  were in Kamloops. Did you get  back?"  A little further on in the  conversation that followed this  meeting the first large woman said, "I've been voting today and I helped to make sure  that plebiscite, whoever it is,  doesn't get elected, because our  taxes would be doubled."  A lot more evidently didn't  want Mr. Plebiscite elected  either. What with truths, untruths and downright imagination there is still some doubt  as to whether the people were  too sure about that issue or if  it was an issue.  "There isn't an ounce of- sand  "Tri   Porpoise   Bay,"   said   one.  "It is a polluted area. Besides  you might get killed by an airplane falling on you there."  "I. am[dead againstthe jPpr-  poise Bay proposal," said another. "I just don't see how we  can afford it. Anyway, why  can't they spend that money on  fixing up the waterfront by the  picture show? But I do wish  it had passed ,. and.... then we.  would   have   had   two   water  fronts." 1  "As a businessman," said another, "I voted against the park  plan but I wish it had passed.  It could be developed into a big  attraction for us. If private  money buys the place we're go- ,  irig to lose out and I don't want  to see that happen."  "Vancouver voters elected  Rathie but they turned down his  money bylaws,'' said another.  "They were afraid of a tax  jump and the taxes are too high  already. No, that didn't influence me. I voted against the  park plan because I don't  think any council we elect  would know how to go about developing it. It would be the  same as the Town Planning Report; ignored and pushed in a  drawer and.forgotten^'!  "Forgotten?" "  "Certainly. We paid a big  fee to expert town planners who  did a survey of the village and  what could be done to the best  advantage. They turned in a  report. Why was it never used?  Why was it" never (Jiscussed?  Why isn't any big problem  properly debated here?"  The speaker was an important business man. What he did  say was eloquent, but what he  left unsaid spoke louder. ,  There  is  one  thing  that  all  Christmas Greetings  to all oiur friends  GUNNAR and PHOEBE HANSON  and SANDRA  VERN and ANN RICHTER  JACK and LEE REDMAN  SYD REDMAN  In lieu of Christmas cards we have sent   g  donations to St. Mary's Hospital  Sechelt Auxiliary Memorial fund.  holders of public office should  clearly understand, and that  includes town ��� clerks too; they  are the. servants, not the masters of the people. There is another point- that -they should  consider; there are no big men  ���only big events that make  some,, men' look smaller than  others.  Now to a happier subject���the  weather.  We have been enjoying the  much-advertised but seldo.m  "proven balmy weather of the  alleged Sunshine Coast for the  past few days.; I telephoned a  genteel old lady |%"#giyiow she  was farlng..InMafcjjre^Jtp^my^  inquiry. she answered likejy a  true Sechelt logger:.. ��� 'Awful,  ruddy awful," she said. "My  so-and-so stove sooted up and  then the blahkety-blank water  pipes froze and then the hot  water tank started so I let all  the water go; a good thing* too,  I was told, or it would have  blown up."  Our. own case wasn't much  happier.   We   have ��� a   hi-fi  oil  v burner" in the kitchen range  that can almost melt the stove  top in a few minutes at any  time. But-this was one of the  times it chose* not to do it. We  had been watching TV and it  kept getting colder and colder  in the house despite, what we  thought, was the best efforts of  the blower burner and a beater.  My wife, profiting by long ex-  ..;., perienceu ofi; Winnipeg .winters,,  went first to the bathroom and  turned on the water taps to help  prevent freezing and then went  to the kitchen. It was then that  she learned the fire was dead  out.  Though it was 10 o'clock at L  night we" called an oil heater  service man and were lucky  enough to have him at the  bouse in 15 minutes. He found  the oil line and filters tight  with frozen water and rust and  after cleaning them out he got  the fires going again.  By 12 o'clock both fires were  dying JownLaiuF it#was obvious .  the oil lines were freezing once  more. We rushed Out with: a  kettle -of*'boiling water^*and  poured it over the filter. The  oil began to flow again but the  mercury fell lower.  At five o'clock in the morning the kitchen range fire was  out.once more. Thanks to my  wife's foresight the water hadn't frozen so I drew a kettle  of hot water .again. and poured.  it over the filter. Once again  the oil began to flow and I got  the ranges tarted once more..  There was no more sleep that  night. Every 'time the oil flow  lessened, about every two  , hours, wc-poured more hot water on tile, "filter and by 10  o'clock in the morning we had  another oil service man there  who took the filter out and we  haven't had any trouble since.  But the alleged car sits out  front, a wretched, forlorn thing  with a dead battery, With the  weather 'forecasts*"being'"what  they are it can stay there.  All in all we are lucky compared to many whoso burners  failed and then had their power  c\i\ off with fallen trees) across  their lines, There arc many  whose water pipes were frozen  and burst while still others had  serious damage done to their  cars, We always seem to grum-,  ble .when,, the rains come but  this n*>vOne- time we'll all bo  glad to sod thorn again,  The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., Dec. 23,1964. Page 11  44  Man lorgets . . ���   ~  God of all creation  providei^of entirety  "���THERE was no room for them in the inn." Luke 2:7.  Do these few words from the Holy Scriptures awaken  in us any thoughts, such as, with all the people from different walks of life going up to register at the inn, there  was no room for a poor woman, who was in greater need  of shelter than others, for she was not only an expectant  jnother, but also to be the mother of Israels' Messiah.  ^^^We]'Sa^iom''ot ms^'. '"   ' ���""-'-il���-^ ���. " ���'���'.'���:���;   Another thought could liken  the world to the Inn, that  amidst all its pomp and gaiety,  amidst the rush of business,  amidst its gigantic buildings of  triumph, amidst all its enterprises and even amidst the  crowds and pressure of the  needest inhabitants, there was  no room for the Saviour of  mankind.  A further thought could be,  that, that Inn, in respect to its  hustle and bustle, is like the  world, in that man crowds  around man, giving himself up  unreservably, whether to vicious indulgence, selfish jenjoy-  ments,  or  in  schemes  of  ad  vancement, till he is so full of  his worldly achievements, that  he gives .no thought that his  food and raiment, his'gifts and  faculities, his hopes, and pro-  pects, in fact everything he  has, even to his very" being,  came down to him from the  God of all creation. " '"  In all this, he fails to give  thanks, and praise, even to rejecting the goodness of God in  sending a Saviour into the  world, to pardon man from all  these sins and shortcomings.  Rev. Walter Aekroyd,  Pender Harbour Tabernacle.  i  y  ST  8  THE CALYPSO CAFE  WILL BE CLOSED  from December 24th,  1964 to  [January 4th, 1965   -������������.���������.������ ar_^  at cr>HisrmMs h  management ���  Gibsons Hardware  AND STAFF  'mmmmmm'fm  Gibsons,  B.C.  \  ;n^,a,,,,.  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CJUCS llUO@Cl    &J      ^^^ymmmr^mm Motion    was    seconded    by  .APPLICATION for rezoning from residential to commer- missioner  Swain   was' absent  cial of a property on North Fletcher Road, gamed and commissioner Dawe voted  ���little support from council of Gibsons at last regular against.   Chairman   Mrs. , A.  meeting.  The application was from  Mrs. L. MacKay of North Fletcher Road who failed to indicate, her reasons for rezoning  ,request.  . Coun. Sam Fladagar warned,  "this has-been tried before. It  is a, strictly residential area."  ��� Pointing out that nearby  properties were commercial,  Coun. Fred. Feeney was told a  amount of $25 be granted.  AIRORT REPORT  Reporting on activity at the  airport, Cdun. Drummond announced new windsocks had finally be acquired. "It has taken about six months to get  them," he said, "but we have  finally made it."  HOTEL   PLANS  Tentative   approval   was  ^ J*L? bu  draW! 2S ����    sought for rezoning with a view  IY.  ���'.' ;;.  m^tj-oFthe homes in the area  'were nice homes, it would be  '.a-'piSy to spoil them.  Goun. Drummond agreed with  Chairman R. Ritchey who suggested Mrs. MacKay be asked  to state her intent. A motion  was then made to this effect.  POOL  HALL   REQUEST  Request was read to council  from the proprietor of the Gibsons Pool Hail asking for lowering of the age limit of boys  and girls from 18 to 16.  It was pointed out that the  provincial law is laid down  limiting age to 18 for those allowed in a pool hall. It was explained by the clerk,*,Mr. C.  Goodings^'t hat municipalities  have the right to alter as they  saw fit but would necessitate  >��hangmg"the ����by4aw.  , Councillor Feeney was of the  opinion there was nothing  harmful in the game and that  ��� -^players were in full view of the s  ^public,   he   therefore   favored  "flowering the age limit.  iv Cqun^iUor .Drummond said he  $ia<f ^e0s0!p&e situation with  ��the police wtio*&ad-no oppqsi-  -jtion to the. proposals. He also  ���felt council should,cpmply.  y It was unanimously agreed  fan amendment be made to the  \ bylaw,  JANKlUAL $25 ^RANT  ��s Formal   application, was   received from the Salvation.Army  for   the   annual^onationfergf  ;,., council to assist in institutiom  'and''  sbcial services"to the-  [ needy. The request outlined the  "fact that the large amount of  voluntary work* carried out by  the army, helped to some extent in taking a load off-^e  taxpayer, ,  I'^'aw"?.;  to constructing a combined hotel and marina by Mr. E. Cart-  wright On property in the bay  area.  Mr. Cartwright was told a  hotel was permisable but rezoning would be necessary for  a marina. General opinion  seemed to be that a hotel would  be an asset to the district.  Many of us would be delighted to pay as we go if we could  catch up on paying as we have  already gone; "-       -";"," "���'---"-  Johnston agreed It is only a  small village and certainly not  properous.  SWAN SONG  What he described as a Swan  Song proved little more than a  tiresome tirade by Commissioner Dawe which in effect  suggested too much attention  had been given to roads south  of Cowrie Street and not  enough ,to roads of Cowrie St.  It    was    suggested another.  commissioner had been given  too much limelight in the press,  the gentleman in question played to an audience and was responsible for vulgar humor. A  whispering campaign was conducted during the last election  directed at one of the candidates and in general he (Commissioner Dawe) had not found  his tenure in office during the  last; couple of &eja'rs, a happy  one.  On which happy note, council  ���adjourriedr  '"  yeeiiYrwA/  /or holiday would not be comp/efe  if we didn't announce our greetings and  thankfto all Gurfrfonds and patrons.  SWANSON BROS.  SECHELT, B.C.  Does Your Club or Group report its  Activities Regularty^  7&etakethisopportunity  to wish everyone a  T  I ���  '��,  ','H'  i j  dddww***  /���><  U -1  >Y  Unanimous approval was gi-  i ven. to   a   motion   the   usual  HILLTOP  BUILDING  SUPPLIES LTD.  Gibsons, B.C.  i "��M����etSB^aB5ftK^lt��**'  r^ope your Day la a happy one, filled  with all the special joya of the holiday eoason,  i       Mandgement and Staff  your CHAIN'.'SAW' CENWE  #w  WILSON CREEK, B.C.  w��l��nww����wi^��i��wi^��������wwwwwww^i^��i^^  t��i]^^e^ii^Kfs^mm��i*m^tV^m\^i'''  'A,ri<r(Af|ik��>   ���<-'  f  If  V.f��,,,/��-,,  iMfxywli'iNix  ,�����..     .,'u'i.^!ft,',-i . -J.)      .,..- (A13V "> >���'.''w.  t,HK*.V i.V��*,,\*>,w'>ihmi *��� �� n����(��. ,.,. n'i, <.���.,<> ��,'*-���� �����-����> h��k�� -, .��,.*%*-),,  I.V.B'.n ',^�� '. ���     ���         ��� 1.  The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., Dee.- 23,1964 Page 13   SWWMMMMBWWMMW^^  Sunday project  SCOUTS officers and supporters gathered together last-  Sunday in a combined effort, and removed old buildings from the rear of the Hospital Cottage, Sechelt, and  deposited them on the Scout site at Porpoise Bay.  Busy year ... ^^,..,,,..^,.1,1^.,,,,:,,....,^, :^^J^  Auxiliniy to St. Mary's  annual report for 1964  MAGISTRATE Andrew, Johnston, installed the following  officers, for 1964: IvlrsTJ.RedrrwrC president; Mrs.  0. Moscrip. vice-president; Mrs. G. Reeves, treasurer;  Mrs. A Redman, secretary; Mrs. B. Fearnley, publicity.  There are 59 active members and 14 associate members.  Ten meetings were "held with an average attendance  of27.. ���   ' ���*' "��� ��� "       "   "'      "���'-   "''"- ^-":-"'������'   '    '  FUNDS  Fund raising efforts and  sources o,f "income for the year-  were: gift and home. baking  table at regular meetings, tea  ' money,;;, wh^  '''njieetings,' memorial > f-'u n d,  which is specifically for the  pediatric    ward.    Membership  fees;   snwrgasbords, 'one   held          r__  April 4 (Itallanltlieme) tlie ojth- ^.treasurer's ���reportv'"Y, ,  er    November    21    (Hawaiian .  theme); cafeteria-��� sjyj.e.:��������� b��.si��  ness' luncheon, held June 20;  May Day  booths,  a   cojlection  1  bottle in the Sechelt Government Liquor Store. Raffles; a  radio and table mats; a bride  doll; a demi tasse set; and Indian sweater and* toque?candle  stick set i and doll i with complete wardrobe. A cheque for  $51,00 from the Secehlt* Catho-  lie Wpmen"s''<::Licl'gue,-':.:Full 'details  will  be  publshed  in the  ACTIVITIES AND  ACCOMPLISHMENTS  Bullontin  board  donated  by  JShssed be (he Day of Christ's birth,  and may tbh Christmas season  i i  Bonner Bros. Furniture  JOE and LOUIE   'I  1/0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000*f**0*'*^  I'M |! I 1- IMI M i. <  ir..- ii i  |  iii    111 n il |l 11 II H 111 Ml 11111 Ml im I       '  Mr. Jack Clements, hung * outside   Hospital   Cottage.   Gavel,  presented  to'the  auxiliary  by  Mr.  John Jackson of the Sechelt Indian Band. Second coffee urn purchased with Nabob  coupons. Copies of the auxiliary'sConstitutional "By la wist  printed by Mrs. Orv. Moscrip,  and distributed to members. On...  April 24^ 12 members attended)'  the   regional   meeting,   lower/  mainland, at Burnaby General^  Hospital.   ..>���-. '-' -...,.--������  May Day Parade Float won  first prize. Mayv22, in St. Hilda's Church: Hall, hosted all  auxiliaries on the peninsula;  Mrs. Ottowell, regional representative, lower mainland  spoke on volunteer work in the  hpspital. June 17^ Joint Auxili;  aries, social tea. Auxiliary purchased 12 metal folding chairs.  Auxiliary volunteered to sew  draps and cubicle curtains for  the hew hospital. Mrs. Maureen Hall and Mrs. Allen Redman attended the annual con-4  yention of the 3CHA Division  in the Georgia Hotel. Name  tags made for each member.  Sum of $10,00 deposited in  the Bank of jyiOntreal, Sechelt  Auxiliary's share, towards thc  $50 bond for the first baby,  born in the new hospital. Cook  book being compiled in conjunction with five other auxili-1  aries on the Peninsula, should  be ready for sale in 1965. Lab.  technician Mrs. K, LcQulme  spoke at the i October meeting,  on X-ray ' and ; lab, equipment.  Announcement made at the  November meeting, that the  new hospital would open on November 29,"'Mr".'Norm Buckley,  administrator and Mrs, Egan,  director of nurses-. At the opening of the hospital, several  members assisted the stuff in  the cafeteria.  PRESIDENT'S   MESSAGE  From this report, I think you  will agree that wc have, had a  vcry4 busy, interesting and highly successful year. I want to (  thank, mosft sincerely, the oxc�� \  cutlvo, tho chairman of committees, the conveners of our'  various, projects, and all of you  who havo helped in any way,  "If has been most gratifying to  me, to hnvo such enthusiastic  support and wonidorful co-oper-  ation, from all of you.  1 find It most difficult to put  Into wordB, my true feelings,  nlneo your response to ..all my  requests was most tioncrons"'1  and done In tho true spirit  needed, to carry , on tho work1  of a hospital auxiliary, and so  to'all of you.onco again, I any,  (hankyou,  Mrs, AUona M�� Rodman/  ' , '������ president. '     ,  ij*>  TOMATO JUICE  EIBBY'S or MALKIN'S, 48 oz. tin  fwwwwwwwwywwwwwwwwwwuwwwwwwmm  ,,  OCEAN SPRAY, 15 oz.  Cranberry  "1#QUt��f|      B      B      B  VWWWWWWWWWWMWWWWMWWWWWWWMMWW,  CARNIVAL ^3 PINT  ICE CREAM I, i=;  l'.,.,^i  nwwwwiwwwivwinnnnivwywwiiii  GARDEN GATE - 2 lb. pkg.  FROZEN PEAS  iwwwwwiwvwwiMwvwiiwwyiivin  GARDEN GATE FROZEN  15 oz. pkg.  v��mvvvw��wwmunvwwwim  IMPORTED  1ERY  n    n    a    n |b.  %nn#wwwwwwwv��wwwuvvwvvwwwvvwwM  A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND  A HAPPY HEW YEAR  TO ALL FROM.V       -  EDRIC FLORRIE and DICK CLAYTON  , ' ' ' ,' ��� .       i ' ' I     i       ' '   '   ' 1  ^ ���'"���"'."���" _ ^ MAURICE  *>$      \,  *,  BARRIE  J>  <f        Gtftt  ww*fwvvwv*>iv>*MVW����mv��mmiw*^^  rill 9:00 p.m.  innrwwwwvvvwvvwwvvifvvwvwvwvvvvi  PRICES EFFECTIVE:  rWionday, Dec. 21 si to Thurs,, Dec, 24fth  weIeseryethIIigh^  a.,...;  'mUMKil^i^!e)^ww^lrt^|UAi^����im  .��� ./���,,��,.,,  ''it ���-,(!.!.  ���y,i<t>.  ���il   V --4.* .^..���.  ..      .....  Poge 14 The Sechelt Peninsula Times, \\fed., Dec. 23, 1964  >. I?  .11  ���'i  #  fc  MORE   ABOUT   .   .   .  Combined meeting  ������from page 1 ������ .--  the Lower Mainland Rover  Scouts. The gift, a beautiful  hand-caryed wooden replica of  the scout badge was in recognition of the special services,  conducted by Canon Greene,  last summer in the Church  1��� Of His Presence, Redroofs.  Following the presentation,  films were shown of the World  Scout Jamboree, held.in Greece  and "Mr. Snellgrove's film of a  Rover Scout Moot held in Squa-  mish -Valley.  ,,���'  A Grand Rapids, Michigan,  policeman bent to read the sign  on a monkey cage in a pet  shop and. a monkey snatched  his glasses right off his nose.  The sign read: "Watch your  eyeglasses." '_.-.���.__  <0000000000000000M0M0W000000000i  A troubled world . . .  R Christmas message  by Rev. J. H. Kelly  AS I WRITE these lines, news continues to reach us from  the Congo and other troubled areas of the world* and  as we learn more and more of the malady in these areas  of the world, the more readily we realize that we are  still living in a world of toil and among men whose-wftd  behavior is dangerously out of control.  Day by day we learn of new  attempts to achieve  an under- has much to teach us of the re-  standing-'- with   our   fellowmen lationshffT'of God to man, and  and    there    are    repeated    at- man_to God, and man to man.  Christmas story  SOFTLY   falling   snowflakes   completed   the   Nativity  scene outside the Holy Family Catholic Church, Sechelt.  Busy shoppers paused.to listen to  the carols;  which played throughout the day.  ~' ������   " "���'...���     .^��� "���   .   n.��n    ii.ii -���������      mi. *-- ��������� ..My��� ���������, ��� ������, il.,���     I   l.i    ' I,      II      II,      II-      ������   WIMIIW- ���������'-- 1^ ���  Choice is ours . . .  Christmas a farce  wKen  "CHRISTMAS ^again, how glad I shall be when it is  over!" "How commercialized it has become!" Christmas cards, what a racket!" ��� ��� 1   These   and   similar   remarks  tempts to bring peace. ancUse���What is summed up in the  curity in���a���troubleQ worlds���phrase���"T h e Fatherhood of  However, it would appear that God and the Brotherhood of  we are still along way from Man?" Let us attempt the re-  Convincing mankind of the cen-     alization of the  Christ  Child-  will be said and heard again  this Christmas time, and the  sighs, weary looks and sharpened nerves will bear out the  fact that for many, Christmas  is something to^ be endured,  tral trust of our creation, andthe Jrue meaning of Christmas j- -There* will toktbe 'numerous  the very pu*pese^fwMvraeh?M^f He was truly G<| ga|��| '&$&$ $laus<|f ft#Ied stores,  this was ordained, -i;^ truly man. Let us really-mefifj mimng^earyl shoppers and the  At this time of the^yeafiam!^ "Peace on Earth and to tafn | adsj :?proclainiingf that it just  for almost the past two xthou- goodwill." which_can only, conie | caiipqfr jbe a real Christmas un-  sand years, man has paused��� through our realization of less your loved one receives a  even for a brief Urne���to-con- Christmas. Christ is r ,tall,KVpie;ce?\of \th'e1^nfer^andlse.  sider  go to  man  goodwill,   fellovvsTiip   and   love,     goodwill  abounds at  this  time  'ed!" "A farce!" You and I  have the choice and the answer  to . the kind of Christmas it  shall be in our hearts and  homes, and it may be the answer for others too-."-   Miss H.  E.  Campbell,  - -St. "John'r* United ~"  Church, Wilson Creek.  A   bachelor   tegja j��o\vardly,  cruel, sSfitln*" frtatleT who is cheating some deserving woman out  a man to reform.  .^s^���,,��� ���  | Walt Nygren  \mw9  Sales  5 Gibsons, B.C.  \r00000000000000000mMM000000000*,  All these have- their relationship in and around what we  call Christmas���the Feast of  the Nativity, but each year we  ask ourselves, "How many will  consider this a holiday and  very little of a "Holy Day?"  -We continually find ourselves  surrounded by every attempt  of man to provide himself with  some form of security���-be it  in sickness or in health and to  many, without an attempt to  provide such security, then we  ���are in no way showing progress  or providing for a society,  These actions and rnany of like  manner, are of extreme value  and most desirable in society,  but only aids to modern living.  Tho   Feast   of   the   Nativity  of the year, but as soon as we  are called to look upon it all  as a memory, how much have  we learned? Today's events are  tomorrow's history, and more,  often than not forgotten history, and yet in spite of all  this, the Feast of the Nativity  is still that which is remembered by all���in one way or another���and  why?  Is this Christmastide to be  another festive event or a festival? It is our choice and it is  are still "lost in wonder, love  and praise" in a God who has  given- to all so wonderouslylh  His Son.' So there will be those  who read the story of the shepherds and Wisemen^and are . U  thrilled again by the angels  song and the /Star;  There will be the singing of  the beautiful hymns expressing  the joy of the Word which became flesh and dwelt among  us; there will be, the giving and'  receiving of gifts, precious because  given  in  genuine  love;  SBDM  1  our   price!   In   Christmas   wo -\ there will be the extra gift for  see many things���but above ally, the needy and lonely, given in  -<-we sec Christ. *     r '''."'   the  Name  of  Him   Who'" ,*ald,  Rev   J^H   Kelly 'Inasmuch as iye have done it  /Vicar St. Bartholomew's - -unto one of these, ye have done  .      Anglican Churcbr"���"1���-it'unto-Me.-��     '     ���-"-'���"  Gibsons, B.C.  fk  CHRISTMAS  WISHES  W*-W��il��-you-<i-Crir/��fmoi'*7/f*by��*hopp��rieifrwprrnflrf  hy eVhtenlment, wolf-iiocfcod  with many torn/or/*.  Feninsulq  Plumbing  Gibsons/ B.C.  Jack^Jior.m^jandl'John  There will be those who refuse to have their preparations  moulded by commercialism and  refuse to use this season of the  year as a time for self indulgence and freedom to do as  one pleases. There will bo  those Who look , beyond Christmas vand perceive what God'3  gift to us In Ills Son cost Him  ���the cross,, and 'knowing thto  will humbly kneel in their  homes and Houses of Worship  to give thanks to God for Ills  unspeakahlu Gift in the One  Who came to glvo us life,  "Chrl��tmas       commercial!/,-  ���UttiA.^i^,^|i^^rt-;ntri,rlUi.  "!��� .it''W!'"|iV<rn'  yt"  NEED A CAR?  NEWlirUSED"  TRY  Peninsula  Motor Prod.   SECHELT; B.C.   PI,,  005-2111   -  Ted  Farewell   i."!���-��� i .  '..,.. ...:..,,1.1 r,T.'*  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD;  ��ATE W&B  ��� This .free rerpinder of comlrja' ���events'' Is a service of  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD;',irlio^.iSwjielr^Penlhsbla''  Times direct for free listings, specifying?; "Date Pad";  Please note that space js limited and some advance dates  may have to wait their tMrn; also that this is a "reminder"  listing only and cannot always carry full details.  Dec, 31���Now Years Eve Dance, Legion Hall, Sechelt.  Jan. 7���L,A, to guides and brownies, bake sale, 10 a.m.  ;      Hospital Cottage.,,.,.......  Jan, 1.6���School District No. 46, RofcrondumvNd., S ojp8"���''  6,  SECHELT RESIDENTIAL LOTS  '   From $1550 ���'y^---^^vv^..'.-..  choice corners available . , ,  Very easy forms ��� Enquiries fa Bob Kent  Phono 885-4461  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  REALTY and INSURANCE  Wharf Road Phone 085-2161  :W.����.*.����W��*W  ,��^,k��S��*M.*.llil"*��*WM*��.��*��*W����^W^Wi..'  ; ;t'i! i'u'i,.i|,,',i''i|,i  i�� nnt ir' VmVi'^Vi.' >"C,i.'|-i^. i,��i��  ,����  '1.1,.  'X  13.      , i'VI���i  ,.��� r", ",77;  ",ri,i "���'���-;,.'.'.!'; l    IW  ; "������*���''";;'.'.rXv.vi.i,^"-"^ ���'���'���-'  i, '-'^'-.v^T*'' ��� I  -^'   ,,,.,    !|.^   ���,  W ,   t-  <Ai,  "'l^lll'f';  t  ul  ��J^fi.lii.,  'I;" >--^y  !���:  The Sechelt Peninsula Timet, Wed., Pee. 23,1964 Poge IS  Candidate calls election recount  NUMBER of events leading up  '-to the last election in Sechelt, Dec. 12, 1964 are apparently not yet finished, for not satisfied with the results, candidate Joe Benner, defeated by  one vote, has called for a recount. '  Ballet boxes were resealed  and shipped to Vancouver  where recount will take place  this morning, Wednesday, Dec.  23 in the presence of a county  court judge.  It will be recalled, in the  count for two seats on village  commission, Ben Lang���topped  the poll with 130 votes, L. P.  Hanson was second with 60,  followed by J. Benner with 59.  Mr. Benner received three additional ballets considered spoiled on a split hair decision by  E. Raynor, returning officer.  It is understood on the question  of a spoilt vote, decision rests  with the returning officer.  It is  also  noted  that Iprior ,-  to the election, a Gibsons publication drew attention to the  fact that rumors circulating to  the effect that Mr. Hanson was .  not  a  Canadian  citizen,' were I  indeed untrue.  Under the circumstances, it is assumed such '.  reported rumors were checked'  out by the returning officer'.  Gibsons  0 Oil FURNACES  No Down Payment - Bank Interest  Years" To" p^"^"  COMPLETE LINE OF APPLIANCES  For Free Estimate �� Call S8S-272S  j Rare visitor  SATURDAY morning and lots of snow, brought snowmen popping up all over the place. Janet, Dennis  and_ Jimmy Bateman of Selma Park, get-busy making  "VSe "W^^C��B^wi^n"'Tt^: S&W'before Christinas^ is  most unusual on the Sunshine Coast  -   * ��� ���'   ' " ���>,,-r'-"     '"' **���"   '' . -:' - ���:������J\~:- -::*-'-'j*���:.'r-;?,"r"'-T:'���������'���.���-'!<":"  >.    -^^-- fAt*        * /*" ��Wl*"  Funds raised . . .  _i_ ..iff-* ��, , v   -  *  Mooiiii  i^0iV ������<...  it'iiiwiat-H  "������llH ���>'  �������$'  mm&f  ----.\...  up.  WHILE looking forward to their own Christmas, children of Madeira Park Elementary School, gave  thought to others. Rec.en^,,Pai Bathgate, from grade  seven wrote, to Sun Columnist, Mamie Malone; requesting suggestions forherp4Trg-4e^|fprtunate people in other  lands. Perhaps you have readTTWIaffileV-growihg praise  of Pat and her letter* ���������^ ������-'  Pat's letter was sent on .to cccds of a candy sale, held at  the Unitarian Service Commit- the school. They also sent $5  U^c, in Ottawa. Inflation on tounsmiik for India fund and  current needs was received ..,..���._. �� . ���  and, for its first project, grad* * to the Juraor Red Cross, to-  soven decided on 9 pin drive, gcther with, stuffed toys made  The pins accompany tnycltcs, by the Grade 6 students. In the  winch the USC send to n��*dy new year (hey will make up  countries, Grades 3 to 7 com-    hca���h m��� f     d,8trjbuHon  by  IVnUtlb'H")   fehV.'  petcd in. a collection for the.  most. pins, , tho winner to bo  awarded gym privileges at recess, for one, week, Grade 7  wns responsible for 297 pins out  ofj the total 57.r�� collected. ���  Hn the new year, Grade 7 h>  tlie  Red Cross, 'Tho "kits' consist  of  soap,   face  cloth   and  tooth brush,^irr a draw string  bag  and  arc  donated  by  thg_  children who make them up'Y  Last year,   the  Junior   Red  tejnds to hold �� clothing djflvc, Cross  group,  guided  by  Ihcir  as Pat says, "We want to keep teacher Mrs, Clara Lee, adopt-  g^lng on this," Pat gives full ed a school In Ma|ayasla< From  ., credit to the Junior Red Cross various   fund   raising   efforts,  group In Grade 0, for the in-, they raised $38, At the price of  tiplratlon provided by their ex- $1 'for   three   pairs,    running  rimplc.   ��� - ���- '-���"-"-'-"��� i-i-'.--"i^-��� >���'���!���'-shoc-Vwere provided for over  JGrade fl raiwed $15, the pro..,. 100  Mnlnyslnn children.  ���  -> ��"  Peace Qnfearth-94r   sf&       Onnrl will *'''' ..     f\ '"''  Goodwill  to all men,  A loyfol Chrlrtmail  l-imt'��ll��^*iM��l*��W��*l*��l����*W��lWS*  X he Bank of Montreal has opened a  new branch in Pender Harbour at Ma*  deira Park. It is open Mondays t6 Fridays from 10a.m. to 3 p.nt.  You are cordially invited to make use  of our services as may suit you best,  Business accounts, savings accounts and  persona) loans are only a few^pXjfeC"   many services provided,.. helpful serv-  ices thatmake life a Hrile easier ^ a  little smoother. '  To save moncy-^-to borrow money  ���for help in all*financial matters, see  your hew neighbour..., the Bank of  Come in and see*us soon.jW$jftfdU ..-..  always be glad to discuss���in complete  confidence, of course ��� any financial  problems ybu may have and to offer  ybii the use of the Bank's services,  A warm welcome awaits you ac Cana-  da s First Bank,  YOUR  NEIGHBOUR  WOULD LIKE  TO  IEET YOll  t.W. BOOTH. MwwboT  lankul Montwal, Section Branch  ������  ���������HMwayMMipiii    i ill  A. R. mOMHQLT, Offlcar-in-Charae  P��ndor Harbour, Madeira Park QIHco.  VILLAGE BAKERY  i      '  Sechelt, B.C.  t* 1 ,*m*^"A*��   ,���"������.f  Bank of MonTreai,  ���>.  woWkTno "vupiM. c'anadrawnsw|TO^ifR.Y  ,>i,*tnii\i.\fi �����<\ "|i*i'i,|^i,ylin^'i),��iiiy.v       -, , .     .. .'.  v/"Ai,'r'0'r"Trre sinc��  mu  ^  B)<S  Uu.cAm v.v.,^^K-K[W^^li%���v,a^V^rlr-T��i<v',-t.���.'  ,.l,,.4.��  hi Irt.  \'.  I  ,, ,,���wi,i,���iiiiif",'''"T"-"**""'"  ���"' ;-'--/' --  '', /nv��^i.v-i,f;...1,, j," ,iift.;,,r,���  "'������������<!���<    ,-���+i'V"' <^��i"  ���\A'  ?���*���  jyamm  , ,;,,or nit-t"i��" i'  |        .     ..,   .     ,���J) ,   ,,���,      ..'J �����-��  *._:#.��. ,~���  ��  .. i..(   i  I ���>  *i'i  ii   VI  }!'# '  *  tf -''i-'   :���'���  Page T6 The Sechelt Peninsulo Times,.Wed.; Dec. 23,1964    BrOWnie Pack Help Cup of Milk Fund  FIRST  Sechelt  Brownie   Pack  held their Christmas party on  December , 14.r Songs,, games  ers  Good effort'  Editor, The Times  Sir���Here, we have a man,  Roy Bolderson, who, under  very -adverse weather conditions gives his greatest effort,  to keep roads and sidewalks,  in the best possible shape.  He takes pride in his work,  for. as I, understand, very little  reimbursement, considering his-  ��foresight_in obtaining suitable v  equipment, at his own expense,  to do. the most efficient work.  It isi" very much appreciated  Roy!  V.   RICHTER  Lucky readers  Editor. The Times  Sir���I do not know the cost  k>'. your paper, but .enclosed is  l:n cents. I would like a copy  (f your December 2nd issue as  1 am interested in the editorial  :,bout Burns  and his program.  It is too bad that we do not  have editors like you! The peo-  1 !e in your area do not realize  how lucky they are. Keep up  the good work.  (Mrs.)  K. J.  COPIAK  Vancouver. B.C.  Appreciation '  'Editor.   The  Times:  Sir���During the past year we  have been constantly reminded  of the valuable assistance you  have given our society. We  would like to thank you most  sincerely for all you have dong,  to help us with our many, projects and our education prQ;  gram "during 1964.  Without. sympathetic- understanding from the news media,  information regarding the services rof the Canadian Arthritis  and Rheumatism Society could  not be brought so'widely to the  many arthritis sufferers and  families. Even today, despite  widespread information, many  people still .do-not .know, where  to turn for help when arthritis  strikes. j  Today there is rnuch that can,  be done for the person with  arthritis. ^Some forms of this  disease can be successfully  overcome, and effective treatment is available to all upon  the referral'.of-a'- physician. -The  sooner correct -treatment is  commenced the better t h e  chances for recovery. Each  year arthritis research provides  more information, treatment is  constantly improving. Eventually the cause of this disease  will be discovered, and then the  cure will bo found: Meanwhile, ^  there' is still much that must  be done.  Your generous support makes  the work  of this' society just ,  tliat   much , easier.   We .thank  ������Opinions by our Readers  you again for your-^ublie-spirit���  ed efforts on our behalf, and.  wish you the very best for 1965.  -     ���Mrs. Ray Talbot,  Information  Officer.;  ��� and, of course, cookies, cake  and candy were enjoyed by' all.  Brown Owl Mrs. R. M. Breese  Santa Claus handed out gifts  from under the Christmas tree.  The Brownies did not forget (he  less fortunate children and donations will be sent to the "Cup  of Milk Fund" for children in  and   Tawny   Owl   Mrs.   E.' J.    India. Th<��ir pop hnttlo rrmnpy  Fitz-Gerald wish to thank all-  the mothers for supplying delightful cakes and cookies,  which always ensure the success of Brownie parties.  is for the infants ward in St.  Mary's Hospital.  Second Sechelt Brownie Pack  was unable to meet last Wednesday,   so   Tawny   Owl   Mrs.  Dolly Jonas, went to the Residential School on Friday, to  give her Brownies their Christmas treats. They were also  shown the new little owl that  was bought with money Sent  from a Powell River Brownie  Pack.  ���Brownies-will���resume in the  riew year, when the children return to school.  ill  1'  * $1  Flattery   is   soft   soap,  soap is 90 per cent lye.  and  4  .-<>.  #.  1 y'  ��  Cents  In Waiting  ��� ��� ���. Let  The:-Times'  Make You  Money!  ,Wt**W W��W^!!W*W��M*��*^��*S^#*����9^^ ��*!!.W  r"p* i mmm ���  I tie I Lines  Phone  885-9654  ^nnnfin'v\'vvyythnr>nftnfmnrjnnf%inttnf^^  lit'.  .1;,..��.,.,,��(.,J..<  CANADIAN FOREST PRODUCTS LTD  HOWE SOUND PUI.P PlIVJSrON  j.,,!',,,,.���-���l��,',l'f  TV1  K '  ';.,. '  f"  \'V  u


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