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Nativity scene, ^   ,.*-,..��� ,,-��� ,   ,  FPILE dgfldfo of, Wilson, &&�� TMted Church ^  tvday School Gently presented the^atiX Sce_S,   -*  carols^ westing by the beautifully WeSg voicSof   ' -  ~ r  Laru Schroeder; Heather Hall, Eleanor sS��andGto   U tilM-'fnr  fideb^ " "���rIor  fa appreciation \ - ;  C -*w      ��.(     *      1.  Icroll presentation  V, A.        ���_  looking ahead  THIS ��rst day^ of ..'the  New  -Year -s a time for looking,  ahead, ^ fqr making plans, for  -*ope-^nd^ptirrrismr-Buriri-r-  highlight of concert  also a timp wheii most of us  look back, with fond memories, to days of ^estefcday.,,  ,'-'���-- t ��� " With" each !New * Year,  we  PRESENTATION of a scroll of aDDreciation t_. thAn^    w ?n.fiou? ��*t time does *  'SStoffi-rM^ ai?y^^ ^ 3^ "Si    ��� ^Looking, ba^h^u^ S  ligftte<J the Chnstmas Concert held in'Sechelt last M- i>a^ of time; we^md tSt  W'      * * J f t " ���  ^      ~TT ; 7^ ,   many interesting events "have  KMay  Qu��ie_. Wendy  Bystedt  "Nativity Scene.* . > v     ^ t^en ptoce on Januaiy. l7lt  read, the* ������"v~*~ ~* 1-*-"^        ���*���'.-�����'��.'    ,   -     *        ^-x-   w _--*^.^. ^. *_....--  before pi  illustrated  ^gussons; the young artist who   ^^ZSSiSKtS 32  spent many  hours ilhist^Hn-   ?!"te y��u?^eche_t schoo^child  1^7  1 - >��  , WISHING.YOU HOLmAIJOYHV  *        \ * \ %*" " V -  FRQM /SECHELT THEATRE AND  RIED :FERN, AtJD MOSS    7  :  * Sechelt, W:c:" ;J "���"'"az -7  ^ ���*  j. <  ^4  ^   *  <p i  1  ���t  ~*  > ���*/  J* I  . .  ��p  ���p?  7  i* ���  <i  *     V,  n^ake the concert possible and ter,   Mrs. ^Wm.   Bystedt* and   wSpZSnDepos,t   8  expressed the hope that it would family   recited   a   Chr^tmas   gSSSted   and   S? __SJ' I  become an annual event, Poem which delighted thetuttte , S2?v AcXpiSl 5S?  ,   ! Sechelt Residential Band pre-, folk.,     ,   .    t ,     ,   ^ Z %���anty Act  ^a���? effec-  .sented a program of musid and \ Program  was  sponsored by"     tL r^u^A xi_ii'��-._'n   i        I.  ftLS iitU* ^on l*W��^ ihe Sechelt PTA andorganizS, a^w^toSjS? ft'  lighted thc aiidiepce,    ^-    * by   Mrs.* Gladys   Clarke   and'  S ik   <? S��oi, Iii'2 ��� _  ISunday school children from ^Daa^cAttS^  ^e kSuD5%   Coast .Gospel- Ceremonies for,the evening was    1944^hi^aS'Em^'    '  ChlChSi?��S?C^U^!d' ViUag^CommissiOner Joe Ben-,, itShito    kisavSl 3E55��      ^  Church presented carol^ and a ncrf        ,- *- ,, -, ��s      V v Jan. 1  1946 '       ��� '  ____________*���__! .'__.*" ^*_*������"'*?���'������   ���-"��� 1- .mi.-11 i.w.1... ���ii.,. f,-,, 1 iWi���_., 1, m���lm^ ,_n _'       . 1 ...   ,f-        * 1   1    j     -i 1 *    .*��� ^    '  1    . -i,-,1,',       '      !  iJii-^twhpms* tmsMaa-W ***  Lloyd's General Store  GARDEN DAY  M.  i ���  Ii  ' "sfifl  d��        * ���_El  "1   i__F-f   *  1^  " .    "  ��-P.  ��� 1"-l  .  t-SH  t   .^ .��     Jirl  .    ��   *i��- ���J,*��  -.*,��;: ���>    1  ' *. '  *i-*rt��V*l*fn'**'��W1SH*1W ^MsHMiieA  Wt]vt9jf for ?eftce���tatri)r  for bleMns^ upon;pott  anb pour lobein one��  W tfjfe Ijojp &eatf ow.  HARVEY  FUNERAL HOME  John R. Harvey;  1'  S  *  .,/.  *m4*mmt*mmm*��0*mm*  ���'1 w-  W^I*WWWYWWll}H ^      --K   ^ I,  "*     ft ���!*���*������� I. *,��NH-fV*fJ  '   I.       I  7 1  ��� ��,i s)  i-M *��?��&��?���*%^y^*^^ ��*.��A* to*-***,*,*.***^,^,  *<    -���  .WSVf^kuA^U-urit  ���*p*-ate**w��^*./ 4i �������#*..*$���_  J*. p^WW^WnW^L  I  I     I'  ���it   *-- t  Page B-2   Sechelt Peninsula Times   Wed., Dec. 22, 1965  -*��� *  Second industry ...,-*-   *������-*.   SsmsMsse loast sitm ed  $2 million of tourism  TOURISM is now rated as the second industry, in. B.Cr  This industry brought > about two. million dollars to,  your province hi 1965, an increase of 14 per cent over  $964. &_��� 1964 tourists left close to. $450,000.00. in the Sun-,  shine Coast Area. '  :   i B.C. is divided'geographically,    of such-.a committee,  into nine regions. This has been       The Sunshine Goast is part of,  -done-by-the ^:C.~Government    Region "B", which is bounded'  Travel .Bureau. .From each of  ,ttiese nine regions, two repre-  - sentatives. are appointed  each  ; j��ear to-become members of the  - Tourist Advisory Council, which  ^neets with the directors of the  B.C. Travel Bureau. The Tourist. Advisory Council receives  support'from, and works closely  \yitti the bureau.  * From regular meetings held  throughout B.C;,. the council  present to the bureau, recom-  mendations. and 'proposals in?the  -interest of tourism. At times,  Special committees are formed  by the Advisory Council to.work  With representatives from the  hpreau to bring about suggested  improvements.- Recent revisions  effective in the 1SM56 Green  Ejook, are the result of the wprk  by Lund to, the west, Hope to  the  east,   Boston  Bar  tq  the-  north,   and   the   International*  Boundary to the south. In Region B, there are three tourist  associations; The Greater Van->  couver Visitors and Convention*  Bureau, the Fraser Valley Tourist Association,   and  the  Sunshine Coast Tourist Association.  Publicity, ' advertising,    and  tourist    promotional    activities  for the whc|e of Region B, are-  deqded7uP0n. by the ..Region B  Council, which is made up of  two representatives from each  joffihe^soeiations-in-RegionrB7  The Sunshine Coast has one'  representative   on   the   Tourist;  Advisory Council, and two representatives on. the Region B-  7",  ���ii;  ���7  ,i pc  ���A  "1,  i ,..,1**,11*.'p-i a  #.M-*"*>��> prfpfP p*. pf>p*M^4.PWP^'  ,., ,* mi  '. I  !'l  ,< f !':  ,i p. *  v i1 M  'A >  t   ���  ��� ^        4*  fo#m>ik$ ��**, j-*****-*  fl-note:o/-cficerat'thiV  happy holiday timet  MANAGEMENT and STAFF of your  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  Wlhon Oecf<rp.C.  Council.,  Money spent* by, Region Bon,  external, ^ertisCn&is matched  4oll*c for, dollar, by. the provincial- government, through tbe  B.C. Travel' Bureau], Advertising in-jbojidajt. pnblhiations,, and  other media. paici*fyr. by Region  B, is, readj by millions who  might otherwise, not hear of the  Sunshiny QoftSjt. 2Qft-00Ov Ttegion  B- brochures, u> which the Sun?  shine. Cp^sfc is publicized, were  distributed: im 1885- "Of totals regional casts, the SCTA paid only'  2.5. peji c&nt.  \t Through njemhership in the  Greater* Vancouver Visitors and*  Convention. Bureau* your tourist  association, gained; publigityjor.  the*. Sunshine. Coa^t in another ���  150..09,, hrochwses which, were  di^trihttted. by. the.<GgW&GB in,  XQ65, Two* years- ago, your association was instrumental in having this area included on the  "Family Fun" road map dis-.  tributed   with   the   Vancouver  Bureau brochures.  Through mejmihership in the.  Pacific Northwest Travel Association, the SCTA promotes Sunshine. Coast publicity in yet an-,  other area. _ ,   . ,  [ Your .tourist association compiled,   printed .and distributed,  over .25,000 Sunshine Coast Area  ~I?6Sul)rochures,  promoting  the.  Sunshine Coast as .a vacation-  land for visitors. If you are a '  member, or an associate member, of the SCTA, YOUR NAME.  ���YQUR, BUSINESS,   was. advertised, in each of the 25,000  brochures disributed to tourists  interested in the Sunshine Coast.  ! In -1965  alone,  the Sunshine-  Goast Area, in which you have  your;- business,* received  publi-  city.iirpublications read by millions ^neceiyed publicity in 375,-.  000 brochures distributed. " '  .We   have   representation   to,  and- are.known by other larger  associations, . and*, to  the  B.C.  Government Travel-Bureau. We.  have-a voice which is heard and  respected -in .matters   dealing,  with, tourism,-  because  indivi-.  duals interested in- tourism forJ  the 'Sunshine 'Coast have been^  representative for all- of us and  gave willingly'of their time and'  ability."  ��� What? does this mean to YOU?  How do- you- benefit .from tourism?  "Visitors to the Sunshine Coast  spent oyer-$450,000.00 in the SC"  area' in* 1%5-rapd there isn't a  local business .that didn't benefit. dSrec'tly or indirectly from,  this^out&Mle money7as.it turnedv  o'ueir eight .or nine, times., No  matter-:where .the tourist dollars are spent first, they ultimately benefit the economy of  the whole area to provide additional employment and increased   purchasing   power.   It, becomes  a. chain, reaction,  permeating   tho   entire   economic  life of the district  Inasmuch as. the hotel, motel,  restaurant- and. grocery people  are primarily, offered the tour*"  isi dollon,, all businesses are  monetarily; involved.  ..tThe banker benefits by loans  for construction ofc new tourist  facilities. Ho benefits from deposits and smflll loans to employees engaged in tourist industry,,  ^Individual' property owners  benefit' from tourist facilities  bijoadeplbft 7 tho tax base,  wnlch 9flfi"cs. the general tax bill.  , ���Increase^ services demanded  b){ visltorsi.ljijcrbaBOfl tho serv-  iqes^ayaUnblp, \$< r^sidontsi; in*  ceases employment.  The  tourist   dollar   will   bo  spent Erectly or Indirectly, at  garages,; au|�� rolpair and st)rv��  icp dcalorfl and- agencies, grocery and meat markets, cafe's,  bakcric^, clpUUng stores, furniture   and   appliance   dealers,  Hijorting goods and camp supply  storo��r. candy,-gift,-and*jcwlcry  stores,   barptir   shops;   beauty  shops, tlicatre-j; taxis, air services, boat'rentals, bait dealers,,  marine services, boatyards, <?on*'  tractors, plumbers, electrician..:  heating equipment dealers,  paint   dealers,   sign   painters*  printers, newspapers1,' clcancra,  laundries,..^transport  Co,,   real' ���"  estate, Insurance, and doctors,  'dcnUits," lawyers, optomctrlstB-  to  accountants, .bookkeepers,  name^a^few. 5    1  ' " Many, people who now have '  summer  homes.* in. the v area,  ' and- many of. the people living  on' the   Sunshine* Coast  were  1 first -attracted, here as ��� visitors  through the efforts of your association. Consider the impact on  area economy.  , ,,Can*you injagine what-would  happen to the economy of our  . district-to your business^ ��� it ~  suddenly    dropped ' by' $450,-  000.00? ^The thought is, appalling.      rl    . --        -  Conversely,   imagine   what  would'happen, to our economy���  ,  and your, business���if tourist in- .  ���come���doubled-by  a gain~of~  $450,000,00! Reports agree that  - we can. double our tourist busi**: "  nessr The potential is here.  -  This will "call for the expand- '  ing use of every promotional *  and publicity tool*at our command; and your fair-share support. The potential membership  from businesses on the Sunshine ���  Coast, number well over 1,000���*  less than 10 per cent supported  the tourist association in 1965.  Individually,  we  can  advertise our own business locally���  but none of us can afford to do '  it on a regional, provincial or  -national���b-a-s-i-s���Collectively;���  through the tourist association,  we can continue to sell the Sunshine  Coast  as   a  year-round-  holiday,   fishing   centret���a n d  thereby help ourselves.  ���YOUR   MEMBERSHIP   IN  THE  TOURIST ASSOCIATION,  IS> NOT; AN- EXPENSE-IT. Ig  AN, INVESTMENT  IN  YOURf   ,  OWN. BUSINESS.  Oicvr.i-fC  WE WISH YOU  THE MERRIEST  OF HOLIDAYS!  GRQCERY  Sechelt, B.C.  ..��_,-___---���---.---_������____ 1| 1 inrmnnnannnnnnrau..  _���  to all our  friends, from  _*\j^-." *>- **��"*  %>��*2?  MANAGEMENT AND STAFF  GULF BUILDERS SUPPLIES  ^^IWtWMIIIWWIMIWWiMMItMMMWWMMWIWIMMWIW  _  M tW*D��Ue**H* ll * Jts M  May tho peace of^hristmas  abide in your heart.  - ELMA.'ond ALEX GILMORE  GItMORPS VARIETY SHOP  i Sccholt, BX,  .fc*t.W,^*i*.^.S��'*��i_iSM*t��*'  ).'  'VI'  .U��uU^iiy^t*(^��w^^i***>*����iW^ 1  ^   f p.Alul  N D-.pp��.i*. p.#<,a,p i, ii >','iip , | | 4;  17' "���' (  st*  t.   */_.,   ��,, **/(    ,*,!��  _��-i.* -n^M *fiJ#it~v   ���  si r-w- ���*. u"'*��*-r"*'  "-r*- ���"*��� --'S���  -.*-*,_-__,,,* -  'A  ftotmd' a&o_.fcthe town-��� ,y^~^m.^***���r *"��* *^.?a**&CV  ���-���'-'   -r- >_. ���-~    i   .... ���. good gift ideas a z  at .all.^Even-JIoe-isn't going too  heavy .on the think line /lately  -A-.    -    ' J<      '--.''-.-   ���By Ed Green  ***_���_. L*2__5__*___^-^,*S�� ��?_'**'. ^&1K_tF___-.,_  get smart;  How,  you might ask,- could'  we afford to build such a magni-  tillage   he* so   confemotuouslv- ^V*"" .*" two.,-jitiis-coum ne Viet Nam So we-can't very, well  Z5^^?i_1_7!m^ ta-fen^are^of by public minted, .be'critiefced if we'd  like to  tell us other things ,    "    * &teens ,wbo   spend^morev-on^ keep  'a -little   for* ourselves.  Arnnnp* fh��-��n *��'._��'��tof_.mm. vmte stints - in one aayr or However, this~ is all in'thefu-  ih_?cu?to^ aDd'w&'U ^^ 5t further                                            in^uuu^|,^^_fluote^_j_ie���goaf pos^ VouWcose However,  A lot of people, including me,    r??Ine,T*SJ���f -Y10"?^!"^?^ Joe V- Soiag to get.bis goal Jwsts  anything. We have more culture <to< tbe square yard than  ���anywhere else*in B.C, and "all.  we have 'to, 'do is, find some  ���place to display it  after"Joe gets his 'goal -post's:  THE   housewife   who 7thiWkS- '  she has run out of gift ideas    \  m^y be missing a** bet j-rigfii  in 'her own' kitchen or ���patitry. i x  Most any family would wel-   ,  tome gifts ofy delicious 'home, ' 4  cooked* foods- " '     ,        *"   ~'    7  Relish, - pickles, ~ preserves, *  ' jellies, Vor Just canned fruits^ '  and  vegetables,"wrapped /in  atlractiv. /, packaging' "mater* '  ials and .topped with a ribbon,  berries or   artificial   decora- r  t,ions���isn't there* a family oh  your   list   that   would , enjoy 7  such a gift? ���     ' *   A   "  -','  thought the -only ,culture7'that Jufl; faculties." Thi^ seems to  counted was in growing turnips ���hlt "P *_X_ and on*e agam l  or African vidlets but I ain ad* say ?��t tht ?an -"*��;says we  ;vised by, experts that much mun- are *��?���* deprived of this is  dane "stuff is only for-peasants  and that music,' art and literature is what we must develop  hefore we can take1 our place  among  the   nations. ���All  that  some Jrind of a nut if he includes- Sechelt; h or even^ the  whole peninsula in this sweeping announcement.' Rigb>-here  is a gold.mine'of moral and  grain Velbiplmlnd the* worid [��te��ertual7f|i'(Jidties ^ajtta Jf. we  *��- fiH-Tii-niPo  that   _-m-ia   h��   haven t exercised ~them to the  fullest forthe-time being\it7is  simply because we have beeii  slightly disorganized while com-  tp-1 filiniellies that would be  empty without it is of small  consequence compared to tbe  arts. , ,  .With' this in mind I .look in  ���Webster's ��� Dictionary  where  I  ing into our own.  Is there any one. brash enough  ^learn���ia^nralt-lettet7rwd-a~^?a^  single word, tillage, is'bidden  "among half a paragraph of other, and seemingly'more important definitions though it would  *be hard to understand howevcn  ..Webster would have had any-  unth all  good wishes'  al Ghristmas!  Village Bakery  Sechelt, B.C.  sicians on this Peninsula? If so  he has never heard the Bugle -  Band   of   the   Indian   School.  These youngsters "are very accomplished and they could also  have a  bagpipe band if they  wanted because there are several stirring pipers here. Choose  anything you tike from go-go to  concert artists, and we've, .got  them. If you are a devotee of  the .ballet- we've got that too  and if we happen to be short of ���  'a few members we can remedy--  this by picking up a few log  birlers at the next Pender Har--  bor  Regatta.   It  doesn't  take  these fellows 10 years to learn  how to twitter around on their  toes. They've got to be on their  toes the minute they start or  else learn swimming. Yes sir,  we've got music in all its bran-'  cbes right here.  Creative artists? We reelc with  them. We have painters who  can turn out anything from seascapes, the forest primeval and  even copper painting the bottom  of fish boats. If you are interested in sculpture, which in  these modern times seems to  be welding a lot of old iron together we have fiicm too. We  also have the old iron and I'm  driving some of it.  Ceramics, weaving, anything  you want to name, we've got it.  By now I'm tired of saying  "we've got it. 'We have and all  we need now ia a place, to de-.  velop it.  This would.be easy if it wasn't  for the fact that instead of start-  tink to THINK BIO, like-Coun.  Joe Benner, we aren't thinking  and when be-does-he'wilUbave  time to THINK 'BIG again.  Without   wishing ' td7_etracf'  from the thinking hig bit, ft  seems to me that since "we have/  a~_ hotbed of -vultureV'Iiere-i^ve ���*  might as- well start "to really  think big and. get sdirie~ action  in this. faVored 7spot.,/Tfiis7is*���  brought about by .the rumors,,  -that sfhee Gibsons '���> has- &-rifew7  Municipal Hall, we/ as'tiuvefen^  $re _ of- .the  Peninsula^,1 should '---  have one too. At preset'alf our ���  thinking" is done ��in a p.ace.-rio't.  -imudh-brg^er^liairirstelJbir wa.7  gon without any of the .station  wagon's' -refinements."*. ,-It --lias 7  been   so   many' things   at  so  many times arid has been -mov**  ed so often that if you whistled ���  to it sharply it would get up and  follow you. Tjus; is no good. It  does not befit our dignity and  -heaven knows we need something to spike it with.  ^  A new-Municipal'Hall that is~  merely a, Municipal Hall is no  good. Today nobody /builds' a"  building; they build a:comptexi  That is what we Tieedln-fact it  is something \ve must have' if  we are to' hold our "heads up  anywhere. Most' villages have  municipal halls 'and 'feel- they  are very advanced ?if they include the fife department, police station and garbage disposal "installations. While this  might be all to the good for  these people it is no good-here  because wc -are forced-to admit  that municipal councils is culture in its highest form, so we  must have a culture complex  and just so we will be'not only  in line but away ahead of any  other place, We can use the  very popular abbreviation gambit and call it CULCOM. Nobody will know what it means  but that doesn't matter. Nobody  knows What "Municipal Hall  means either untirthey'have an  axe to grind and they suddenly  M  Mm  MM  CHRISTMAS CHEER  To you ond yours, best wishes for  a very merry Christmas, from  1   ,        1    1    ���     ���        ' ���'  E(ErrS LLTEvY DOLLAR SIO^E  May )your  J WoJMay .  be bright!  ROBILLIARD  EkECfRIC  Sccholt, B.C.  p-W**.  hEhhQf  May oufzfHmdsh^be epevgreenh  Sechelt; B.C.'   *  ( ' ;  We're got a 'Mg order' of good  mshs ficrejor yon!  George ond Walter Flay  SECHILT BARBER SHOP  <��&$A&M$$ y  y$t (tope tfjat t!)e Cfjcffiftiuatf  ^tafion UitU liiiujr ble^inac*  to 2��ou m\h j>our loveb onetf,  nnb peace to men etuer^iuljecel  VEtmm 1BR05:  Hoo anil iLouio ��� . ���  .    m    **fi     *   t-K*! I  I   ���.    '"1  ..'^  1  I  ��WW*��l��WMWW*WWtM����-��MWWt��W1��MMV1��W*��*<W��^^  .1-  ., ,1..,,..,. ,���,�� .,4^,,ip. ,p^��,....|   , ,k..,_.^.,TOP.p^p"p��u**p******^pp***&-l**p-,'J.'^1  ..i,l   .   .,, pP/ppp  .     .        I  1        ,    '    If','   1 I.j-  r-'-'TW^s^S;  ��� t  'Al  if  ...  <*    J  *_  v  t*?  y  Poge B-4   Sechelt Peninsula Times   Wed., Dec. 22, 1965  Simple decorations . . .  Cut Christmas costs  on gadgets, gimmicks  - By   Giselle Mathers  EVERY CHRISTMAS that comes along seems to bring with  it a galaxy of new ideas in Yuletide decorating.  The traditional symbols of the Christmas tree, holly  and mistletoe, have been almost overshadowed by every  type  of glitter  and  gimmick    ;   ranging      from      aluminum    gadgets that will clutter and  Christmas     frees,   Jibre-jglas _ci_.sh-. _with    your   decorating  lights, and elaborate flower  and tinsel table decorations to  model churches that play  Christmas (carols.  Surrounded by such confusing array of decorating ideas,  scheme. With a little effort and  imagination you can have an  attractive and tasteful Christmas decor.  Almost  every  home  has a  Christmas tree for the holiday  it is not surprising that many    season and decorating it pro-  homes look tike overfastooned  Christmas trees, a hdge-podge  of corled lights, silvery baubles and evergreen wreaths.  The keyword to Christmas  decorating is si m plicity.  Choose a them and stick to it.  Don't be tempted by colorful  Management and Staff  of  STANDARD MOTORS  Sechelt, B.C: ,  vides a lot of family fun. But  instead of choosing lights and  silver balls at random, choose  a color scheme.  If you have the traditional  evergreen spruce or pine, the  Christmas colors of red and  green make an attractive display. Green lights enhance the  color of the tree and cast a  pretty reflection on the red  ornaments. -  If you are buying a sprayed tree, you can try all kinds  of -variations. Pink and blue  on a silver trees or blue and  gold make a display you will  be proud of.  Christmas table centres have  become as much a part of  Yuletide custom as turkey and  plum pudding.f Commercially  made-table decorations are ex.  - pensive, but it's fun���and  cheaper���to create your own.  Don't buy an ill-matched  collection of tinsel sprays, synthetic flowers and elaborate  candles but concentrate on a  more  natural theme."  A' well-shaped piece of silver birch provides an attrac-  . tive base for pine cones, sprigs  .of Christmas evergreens  and  on or  two silver leaves  and  . , balls    that ����� can *, be    bought  cheaply at a chain store.  -  A couple* of plain red candles fitted into drilled holes in  the wood wiirprovide contrast  with the evegrreens and a soft  .glow to show .off your best sil-  Wer and glags wear.  ���   Christmas wouldn't be complete without a piece���pf mistletoe but there are more subtle  ways   of   displaying   it   than  from a string attached to_|he  light fixture.  Turn it instead into a hang-  , ing  decoration of the  centre  of   your   hallway   or   living  room.  Make  the framework of a  " ball from two or more hoops  of wire joined together at the  top and bottom and entwined  with artificial holly, red ber  ries and mistletoe. A few silver-and gold trinkets can.^be  used for " contrast. With , an  electric' bulb Inside "this would  make- an c ideal -Christmas  lamp-shade'.'.   " '    ' *  Christmas, cards, however,  welcome they are, tend, to be  one of the biggest sources of  Untidiness in the" home. Instead of covering every available surpace, from the mantle-  piece to the coffee table with  them, assort them according  to size and shape and string  them up over the window ledges and doorways. Or^hey  can he pinned to l^thsSsf*.  wide red and green r/baon and  used to brighten ujp^a ��� bare  wall.  Most families like to decorate their windows as a sign of  greeting to passers-by and visitors. Spray cans of simulated  snow and colored paint can  be bought in the stores and  these are good for this purpose.  But don't overdo it!  One simple decoiation on  the window looks better than  a jumble of patterns and colors.  Better still is simply a  Christmas wreath or a line of  artificial candles that light up  electrically.  WHAT WISE MEN DID       ���,    Bethlehem,    gave    up    their  ���,   _,...   .��� "  ,,.-,  ..,     > hfgh,   positions,    gave , their v  Tradition    says r that    the������ pr9perg. >to jthe, Ropr,   ami v  Three Wise Men,' .after return-    went out to preach the gospel  ing' to " their', kingdoms , from    of ��� Christianity. *    V^  ilVMi����WWWWMMM>|MVWMMW��WMWWM*W��WV����WWMMMWMW  y i 1  ��lew-  It's time to wish our  >_    -^  many friends the best!  INSPIRED BY MAGI  Gian Carlo Menotti's opera,  "Amahl and the Night Visitors," was inspired by the  story of the Three Kings of  Orient.  EARtETAFTD WALT  AT THE TOP OF THE WHARF  Gibsons, B.C.  OLD-FASHIONED GREETINGS TO OUR)  MANY FRIENDS FROM THE STAFF AT  lW-_��H^K*iWi*W��i***i��,<:  0S^����!W^iiM*��*��* W*"*^'"���^** t>*  WWH^<SMWW��Wi^flta^*^t.i^  ,^^-^4*M(M*#^|p��*W^����  Marine Men's Wear Ltd.  GIBSONS. B.C,  If* J     -.1  , -s .*��<**>*-*. Ft-pU-.*       t   �����  ah, U-w lf^fo^4W<t^*">i^^.fcTO^^ ii.iM.ipwHa-mnnVi-4 *���> d   |I*W.I>t1��*M   ��te * t-'V^'*-******.^*,^,,^,,,,. ,Hl j i p. j    y  J*-*   f*-    -*  "** ,.����������� _ .. w  *>s*>  1^*"-~pp~���'  l>    -I  Recording  ST. HILDA'S teen-age service was recorded last Sunday  for CBC. The service was designed by these young  people for the Anglican Provincial Conference held in  Williams Lake, last October and will7 now be heard on  Vthe Dominion network across Canada, at a date to be  announced later. Rev. Art Hives, co-ordinator for religious programs in B.C. and Alberta supervised the re-  cording. The chQirjMth-ihe^ev^^nd-Mrj^^T^F^rgnssnri-  is pictured here during the recording. ;  ��� ��� -       - - *   v     "        ^-  Teen-age service  *mmmmm-.  iCHBISTMAS?  ^GREETINGS.  tc  ������ Cccw.r  'tis the season  to be jolly!  Staff of  PARKERS  HARDWARE  Sechelt  mmmmm,  ���mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.  J  THE TIMES IS A  UNION-LABEL   NEWSPAPER  recorded by CBC  JTEENACE "service" designed by  the young people of St. Hilda's, Anglican Church for .the  Provind^ Anglican YouthVCon-  ��� ference^ at  Williams, Lake  in'  del. ber;  will~v-sbon   bfe -��� heard  right across Canada.    "   '    *  Rev.    Art   Hives,    Regional  T^oadcasting    - Rejmasepiatiye  for B.C.- and Alberta together  with a technician from CBC recorded" the   complete   service  last Sunday. Rev. Hives formerly   Rector  of  Mission  City,  now  co-ordinates   all  religious  programs for TV and radio.  - Before .entering the xhurch,"  Rev. Hives Avas for ten1 years  a   radio   announcer  'and   disc  jockey.  The recorded service will be  heard over the Dominion network sometime in January and  thc date and time will-bo announced as soon as it has been  decided.  Taking part in the service, on  Sunday, with .the Rev. ��� and  Mrs. J. Fergusson were: Judy  Handford, Heather Espley,  Penny Caldwell, Sandra Hansen, Linda Hansen, Gail Swanson, Valeric Swanson, Judy  Hig _s,- Dayle Billingsley, Alice  Potts, Barbara Jaeger, Donna  Nelson, Mary Ritchie, Jill Cob*  ��� leigh nnd Brian Reeves.  Share with Others  ���by Edgar Grindsted  SHARING is one of life's privileges. If we could not  share Christmas with friends-and loved ones, the  season would be bleak and lonely indeed.   In   iacti   we   enjoy   MQST   - ��� -A. ���  what we SHARE with others���  the holiday meal, gifts, cards,  and the festive preparations -t  home, and effice: And indeed it  is   only as  we  SHARE,   that  CHRISTMAS has real meaning  for  us, *as  in  this   singularly  Sacred Season, we' commemorate the "Wondrous Gift" that  was given to mankind, so many ^  ���cehlnnes-ago. -:    " y \ - _- " ; ' \  \ .The -.season's1 ^festivities7 have -;  a* warmer glow; ;wh'en /-we - in--  elude in; our, Christmas sharing,'  those who so easily might be,  forgotten in ihe rush and preoccupation, of .Yuletide; prepara- -  tion���lonely   senior  citizens,;  homeless-men, underprivileged  children, unwed mothers, families in need, and many others.  It-is my prayer that you will  make Vthis .Christmas truly - a  . time of, sharing���not- just * in a  monetary sense, but in a< most  personel . way���sharing your  very best of mind and spirit  with others. As you do this, I  am confident the miracle of this  celebrated /-Season will ,-bring to  .you as it did to Dickens' immortal Scrooge the'joy of saying���  "AND TO ALL A MERRY  CHRISTMAS."  COME.!  3LETUS  ADOBE HIM!  Helena's  Fashion Shop  Gibsons, B.C.  USE TIMES CLASSIFIED  FOR  QUICK   RESULTS  JWap tf>e peace of Cfjrigtmas  tttt eacfj anijf eberp fjeart*  Frank, Clint, Sybil and Diet ot your  Pender Harbour Store  W  it  ���p.  !  ���.  ��� ��  J.  i  ft  fi  mrJfM  'LA2yA... > ���*���*���..  *$e*Sj��ilSr-fc.lWi^m<^>>M^^  W^_'!_#ip*��^S^i^W#*<  -.taw^MW^MMtwww*' ��� ���***���#.  ���hp-u,*.* /.  YOU WARM  HOLIDAY GREETINGS!.  p.1  SECHEU MOTOR TRANSPORT LTD.  <mm0mm0tmmm  'Mtt^MtMiAWM*  May your holiday  soason befilled  with every happiness. *  MANAGEMENT AND STAFF OF  Kruse Drug Store Ltd.  \  , 1  11  ���,y*"^H f-  __.  *~r    -"���*  ^yxi:^^^^:  Henry gets a new bike     Sechelt Bowling Alleys;  ���-I * _*_"*_��. _ V\ V_��*      "^fNl   f__   li^^A   _L*_ 't        *,      _ kl     v , I �����      1     ���_ I _��*__. ~ ^i ' ~     -   ' '      '    x I      ...      ...J       .-- i i   i_ .n_i _V l 11 ril  ,     i ' l_i l        i ii. i- l ..     "^^ ��� i '.i     i^ in'11    *" ���---���*���-.  ^iw *������*.��   ^   -^>-\ *���*:  r  !  i-^rSc***^^***^-:-  exteMding  greetings  to everyone!  Hilltop Building  Supplies Ltd.  ���-,-    Gibsons, "B.C.  IHENkY t)UNOAN(  raced into th��_ worm, lighted living . r ~^ * "_."������"*��.   __.*  rcomJusVahead of his ofder brothers, Harold and H6rb. .. , ���    * ^yftreMostofy  He "stared at the red, chrome, two-wheeler bicycle urjder the*   LAWR^ENC-S Crucil came witlun -a mark of tekcUrig 4  000 series ending th> ivith 696 (Si53, ^12) .for -a ifren's  season high: 141 McCourt todk "ladies -feign tfotfo?5 with  >768 (291. 293).   ','-���      *      -  : 'A���7=-^���^r T  . _���_*.,.*_ ��_^__M " ^e m t^- ."  LEAGUE SCORES .^^    g^,   ^   $cC6u1->  Ladies: Lil McCutt <88 (262,   ^ -(&lt -g^  ftllB  pearsoi.  269)-'   -    "   ^     ' - Ufa, Dorothy' Sihi-h 1-54, 'Jean  Ladies Matinee: %a_eT"Skytte   mdfed ��53, 252, my frit. 7$  610, Eve Me$crip 20_i, . tMO).   ' J  Pender: Dennis Gamble 74-V ^     i..   _.��**_��__ !  Muriel CarAerdh ��5&, 2$7^, 1M&,' *cWOOL, LEAGUE - -     j  --���-"- ��e^ir$:-Ai_;ttr��e^i>ftnso_L__;4a  trise. "Heliad wanted one so badly. ���  "Wow, a 24-incher and you  are- only eight!" Harold was  Still taking in its gleaming,  newness. "Come on, Henry.  -Ride it-around the block."  -The "No" was startled out  of Henry. The palms of his  hands felt wet and his mouth  dry.  "Why^nat?" Herb and Har-  'old Were "Staring curiouslv.  He couldn't tell them. "It's  Still *&ai^ou_5i_______   "Dope, >it*s got a headlight,  See?" sftarbld kicked the standard up and began wheeling  the 'bike.  "It _ too cold." Henry grasped -at "reasons.1  "Here," Herb insisted:  "wear my bathrobe."  "No, I don't want to go. Not  now." Henry was hoarse, as  desperate-sounding as he felt.  "Besides, here comes Mother  and Dad."  "We'll just go around the  block. They won't care," Har-  "old exclaimed ��� excitedly.  "Here, take the handle bars  and we'll . . ."  "You'll laugh. You'll all  think I'm a coward." /'  "Hemry* Jtenryf'* Dad mounded sad. "You _e *wy ^boy land  you're only eight. I couldn't  lau^h. Now tell me what happened." -  Then haltingly, between  great, gulpingsobs, Henry did.  "I wanted a bike tonore than  anything    and1   I    kind    of  Gooldrup  305,~'#��&riie  Hauka  ���thought���Fd���get-Ohe;���so���_���tt4-(286>73>aW-Sfc^aT~312.        "WW")- Wa#fe #o_itttft ,tltt)  THE TIMES  IS A  UNION-LABEL   NEWSPAPER  ���Henry���knocked~his  beaufP-  ful  two-wheeler flat.  ''No, I  said.   Can't   you   understand*  English?"     "���  Dad said, "Henry, are you  afraid of riding? Why?"  f  i  !  _  I  'Expressing' our best  wishes to all!  PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.  I  ��  "      /  I '   (h  . .  z xi���.���;.'  y /*!, > 'A  At <  '     w  k   $*H*fi*��, ^W ���##!*��*���>^V-W***'-  IL  BRI6HT <300D \A/|SHE$ I  Greetings frow. Dan 'and Bill  C. & S. SALES & SERVICE  learned to ride to surprise  you. Billy let me use his-racer  bike . . . and ... I was flashing along and I didn't 'See this  man opening* his car 'doer so  1 Tammed into it. I landed in  a hedge and now "I'm scared.  I don't want to ride again Ever."  "So that's why your face' is  so scratched up," i)ad said  gently.  "Please, Dad, don't make  me ride," Henry pleaded.1 He  couldn't, he just knew he  couldn't, and it hurt to fall.  "Do I have to?"  __j!!___^Henryr_njQt_-until--you���  want to. No one will even  mention riding. Let's open our  presents and have breakfast  and a happy day. Okay?"  "Okay."  The family tore open packages excitedly, but Henry was  quiet. His brothers ate enormous breakfasts, but he didn't  finish what was on his plate.  Afterwards Herb, without  saying anything, helped him  wheel the red bike into the  garage and shut the door on  its newness. And then ,all  Henry had to do was forget  about it, but it was there just  as surely as the scratches on  his face.   V  He stared at the igarage  door, swallowed/ knotted his  fists in bis pockets" and slowly,  reluctantly walked <iqwn ~ihe  drivewa��Res6iuie.y;^  ed the door open and there  Sloodihe bike. Hlsr hands  were clatohy as'he'wheeled it  out.  I'll fall off, he. told*himself  fiertelyi that's the worst thing  that can happen.  Henry was two-thirds of the  way down the driveway when  Herb's shout, "Quick, everybody, look.!" made him swevve  just'enough so that he sailed  off to land on the grass.  Hefwas on his feet before  his excited family closed in on  him7';,';;'  "Are you all right?" Dad  asked quickly.  Henry, was bending over Mis  "fine  new   bike.   "Sure.   Gee,-  Herb,   look  what  you   made  me do to my bike! It's scratcn-  ed."  Dad righted thc bike. "Now  climb    on    and    try    again,}  . Okay?"  "Okay,"     Henry     nodded.  And, suddenly, everything a-'  , bout  Christmas    was    better  than okay. It was terrific.  Only St. Matthew  records Magi visit  FAMILIAR to all is the visit  of the <Mngl to Bethlchem-7  and yet little is known about  it. In the books of the New  Testament, only St. Matthew  reports' the visit.      >    , ���  9t,   Matthew   called   them.,  "wise men from the 7Ettst/'4ni  the legends -that have devoir"  , oped, they are sometimes called     "Magi,"    because    thisv  word, meaning "august," wm  ' -Uk; name given the; priests of  tho ancient  Mcdos and  Per-  \ninna, \7 v     ���':        ;, i  Tradition nnys they had  heard that n bright now star  would announce the , coming  ��ot..a��.Saviour to^the* worldrAf*"*"*  tor ycriwr.'of, watching, they  saw..the star and set out from  Babylon to find Him.  In Uctholohem, thoy < gave  the Christ Child B9ld }n a  shrlne-shapcd cMkot, n sign  that thoy accepted IHm as  their Klnf?; frankincense, a  ' symbol of his deity; and  "myrrlv in a golden horn, a  prophecy of HU death,  sJumiers:,'Susan ^fergeBsTon 155  C89>. $Wt *o&n 862 C2fej.        I  Sechelt Cdmmer'cM: ^Dorothy  Smith m l(36_, 261 >, Lawrence  Crucil _96 (358, 3*2). Dave Pic-  kard im, (Ztth _re_l .tdtam %fShaving *was *5ri|iwalJy a  768 ;(32S), Dicfe ^Claytdn 486^ protetfive -measrate -s^ntfe lonte  (305)t PrankTv.eveh4^;-ls��i^^"t8a^ -wew easy *Jr oppon*  .Allan 806 (3C0), Sam MacKeri-' emV in��� combat to- seize.  n*ir_li.i Vi...ii-** <* i .1 r*T r"     ���*--*_^Ttj1.lL  jo��. to  RICHIERS T.V. & M0S0110.  Vera ond Ann Rich.��*  . <�� ^  >-,��. -^ ���  tutdaU  .���4��J^^��*��.���^^<��***��^������"�����*f~�����-J",���,l*,",*w**i'**,*'  l^���*M^i^*-��m����**<r*��.i��**'r'"*i, )��*��.�����*-�������  A-im,*  N  sW��ufi��b��-*->B>-(*#d>M��"* *  CHRIS'S JEWELLERS  Chri��, Andy ond Dlonnc  lhA'<'    '  ;#^'7  i��W*����hPii*#����*<��.h*��i--"'  tIl-"**^*^^'T1l?****-'*p*^*'J^>l>*faw*WPW1**'w***^ |Wwfp��P��H��*l*Mi#** A.  A ���.���, "AAA  ,;*����,. the 'cdmmi^i  t, ^ntinue, this, long si  :,val practice. However,  pen awf gg$e&tl^tl$_$ a^e*.  ��� getting, short* shrift, the *��ew * . <,,Z "AZ^jAZy^A77 j'V^f*' ^-'7.77:7^7v r^^^  regulations >,now applies'to any7 f) *>�� __|_^ ��� , ��� C_-_ J^ifJsf* % 'v7 " T''7% 7"."-t*wS'^  WberoftheCa4dianFetcei^P��llOer   _30*_IfS/   - V' '-*��      777"-'V  fnembe  who might be serving at sea,  ���V  .���H-PIPIJ-JIIH..^      .J,| .,.l���        .^   M.I      i      ^         .un.    -  rrBy tinda Warnock  ,. Anothei* ftreh)em, cojifroniiriif *^f  'tfee. coxaraittesi was VWt!/wifc   '     ������__-,.,r _.       -_.-  _��-���*_   j    ��-*_..���.   _ _. *   ���<   *.  ter." What-is to be done about   ON FRIDAY,. December 10, J>enderrSchool hosted junior "  ^eards and ^moustaches?- For      ^.and senior girls from Brooks\arid junior and, senior  jgears sailors have been permit- - boys .fromElphinstone. ^     ^ ;���.'^ ': ���* :,���?y~yj  ted to grow beards but not ahv4 ��� We, are very proud bfithe Jr. ' The, ability of Elphinstone Jr.  pen and soldiers. Regu_Jrtfo<|s, ?and Sr.1 girls* as  they  came   and Sr. boys was really put to7  slate"airmen and soldiers TOayl__tta_wflh-Agith-^wniugg���scores.* ^ <_.--_ in ihir^in^ervsmffs-WK^r-'  qfate  ^ **    i   r  r*  ��   l.i Uin.l|llj"pi.i J|i     n-n.n.u   ; .  THE S^^I^)_I^T!Qff^Y^N^  WICfciRfe '9IKNI SfORE  Steele *;C  :lo��erga35iesrl!ovF  ever/ after Ttough competition,  Elphinstone moved ahead to win,  7-by a mere six points in both  . games.*, * J - '_ ��� "X".*'- r~  -��� <<Jur school gyjn is" beginning  ..toget a-very festive-air about  ," it ,m prepartion'jfor iJaye Christr  masf dance}'to be^tjehi on Deer  - 177 lhe Suture Teachers are r  , getting experience; by*. .gaj|��g7  .'--down-to the Elementary School,  tocotyserve. ^ i   -*  - CLOSE DOWN    -  ik    .,  *-*.*,*...  -   The school is closing off fop  the 'holidays, on; December 22  with an indoor track meet composed of noany unusual events,  such as: book balance, obstacle,  pick-a-back and balloon races'  and many more*  . ��lk now close with a. MERRY  CHRISTMAS 3iw_ *, HA>KY  NEW YEA$.tft alL  l^"J"Wlt'     ���    'I "   '.'   J*  , '\i"��**.  :*���   v1- vj  r'  -�����-'���  ^lllljle^ing-. to ?ou anil ?our��. t  Tyee Bait Products Ltd.  Norm ond Frank *"*  a\A  !inaalVmm0m��0mm0^Ummm^immmnn^mmmmW^^^^imm0mrmt>'^>*'<m^^^*<'>m''m'^^*Mm^  fe��  rrr:  " t  FROM THE HOUSE OF QUALITY -- MORGAN EXTENDS  i   .'  r , '   "��� y-   '�����'���?  it i A.l "'Af <o  -   ��; ���.������ff'*;  to my friends csnd customers pasf - present and future  ���*T .w 1 '7 /- ��  Ii i  9MHK  Don't let It Worry You  FOR THE Li.ST MINUTE SHOPPERS  A FEW SUGGESTIONS      v  "<\M  \   ���>     "i ti. t i    \ >f i (  rf-d^ ^3*>   ��^ w^a* ^ou got'  WeVo such cheerful folks, we make  light of all those wrong gifts Sqnta  bought.. . especially since we know w��  have something sure to please, in place  Slacks  Mats  Suits  Sport Wear  ��� i��' 11 * *���  i   i  , J-tackeffs  Sv/eca^eirs i  Py|qtna$  Ties.  Vests-'  i,'i  i *  '   I,  *���'''*<_��  Mqinry Many Giftr Items  .  fcHMMWW^^-Mrt^A+^fcWiM-WWH^***^1***"^  ���t_b��(��h>i ��M^*��t!w(��Sjt_i��*H��s**��  *���#*(���*>. l.t*-MiB*lt��flifr*<lpfe��<*a  -t fct Ifc.llMtt****'^*** ���*"���* J*  WITH A LONG REPUTATION OF QUALITY SUITS  I i  Cowrie Street  SECHELT  Phone 885-9330  mm��>m��ytmff m*��w***  r**n^+mwm*rf*ri!+���*M��mrfm*^^  I   H.       .^..^HI.P  *    *l s       >  <   ��p   r���  ���-** '�� i* . ����� * T* I *>j "���(**-*- i!  .j-pSS..'  .*.��� --  ��v*--    *-,"-. U ��*.    Stiui.       ��      v.y(     ��.   j-^v _  ,    w."^W^   .........*...*��   P*W1*    -v-w*.*,,...^.. ��*    ��tf ��W. . $. ' ......v^. -^J^,.���iJ.  jt*"*-  Sharing tradition  started by agents  INSURANCE-   agents    of  an  -TEvanston,  Illinois,  company  have developed a tradition of  sharing   at   Christmas   time.  Two years ago, they gave  np th^jf Christmas gifts from  the company to establish a  four-year scholarship with  the National Merits 'scholarship Corporation.  In 1960, the scholarship was  continued and in addition the  agents extended their share  of the Christmas spirit by  .^adopting" three needy child-  fen through Foster parents  -Han,--Inc?-Through=FPPr-the^  assistance to children in Italy,  agents how provide monthly  France and Hong Kong.  Spanish children  Q\m cro seek Magi  X IN MADRID, Spain, it has  j ��� long heenV the custom for  ! men and boys bearing tor-  j ehes, bells and tin cans to go  | out to the city gates to meet  ;the Magi. When children complain, they do not see the  i-'Three Kings pass by, they are  told   the   Kings-  pass   behind  -���. _. i / ���  Poge B-8   Sechelt Peninsulo Times   Sfred., Dec, 22, T965    A>r fireworks: Insome jTreas..,    works are legally on, sale and  .., ~~    ~" ~ there is a dan on firecrackers/   backyard displays are permit-  Firecracker issue . . . - '  ,  , ��� m mm - mr^Ie' ��"'���.'*-��� ���"      ' " ���" ���  Ban recommendations  confused by reports  MEMBER courteils of ihe Union of B.C. Municipalities  have receiven a union recommendation to ban fire:  crackers in their municipalities. This recommendation  was made at pie recent convention of the UBCM.  In areas wher& this has been  discussed in councils, most  newspaper reports have been  Jiiisleading, _due_ to - the���erro-���  ���* * i.  A,t  . i.  i  _.  r- I  z  neous use of the word "fireworks" in place of "firecrackers."' As a result, many people  will^be under the impression  that a province-pde ban on  fireworks is recommended,  which is not the cs&e,     7  A firecracker is a noiseriiaker,  or squib, which goes off with a  bang. Frequently, officials and  others" use   "fireworks"   when  __they_jneanjonly .^firecrackers."  Fireworks is the term used by  the industry and thtf bulk of the  general public for Roman  candles, fountains, * sparklers,  etc���the basis^of all family displays.  Few communities have regulations, other than governing  the time of sales and setting off  to all of you from all of us at  ���. t  REDMANS RED & WHITE MARKET  Sechelt B.C.  Lee, Jack, Bruce ahd Staff  AM  7U_e_r_____i_ains^  _A  In Germany when the char-  ���acter of Saint Nicholas started to become too prominent  and the idea that Christmas  was about the birth lof Christ  was becoming neglected, the  Germans replaced him with  ���hrist?Kind^-the Christ Child.  This name has been modified  to Kris Kringle, say The Book  of   Knowledge   editors.  Decorations go  ^'iaf^BaclrSi ffme  THE. ancients celebrated the  winter solstice'��� the return  of the sun ��� by decorating  their homes with branches of  mistletoe and holly.  Traditionally, Martin Luther  is said to have set up the first  Christmas tree for his children, although it was half, a  -century after Luther's death  that the first reference to a  yule tree appears.  A manuscript traced to the  year 1604 relates: "At Christmas they, set Up fir-trees in  the parlors at Strasbourg and  ^hang there on roses cut out of  many-colored paper, apple  wafers, gold-foil, sweets, etc."  ,i ���'     -   ��� ���  i,i���,__,m  THE  TIMES  IS-A,  UNION-LABEL   NEWSPAPER  "JL*..   J  Say You Saw It In 'The Times'  MbtewmtyW&$4iiM<mM*'tl* ���"�����'#���'  torourmany  friends!  ���!f'  iii -   'Ll  ft.  J. H.,,G. (Jim)  DRUMMONb  INSURANCE  Gibsons, B.C.  nt #><?*���    ��<t- v-Mf pt^OAi W.&-1 Mmw-At ^i**4 **** t*  PMrJieartiesi greetings Jo, you .and .yours!  t  *����***'��-��� ftW-BH* J**����#��w^it��*ilMiM**-li--��l-1 *Wlf!J��tft^jiW^*M(*+(a*fl_fta**  >   I  We hope your Christmas will be as merry as all the Yi/les of yesterday*'  From the management and staff of Canadian Forests Products.  HOWE SOUND PULP DIVISION  'H  _/��!  ���n  ���i  i  i   m  il  ip- ^ptb* mJw m** WiJ-jJit'jJ.fp-tt.D ���$  V  �����       v        i  |l(WPtf!��|Pfl^^  ���_*!fi^.|4W|*Wl*����>.��'|IWI<t��W-i��*.W"��->H"**.**��*VWmit��ifk-'ftV* ��f*tf ^M^��^WV^��-��-py^r-^'"-��f**>*-��'i  /  . V'.s.'7;: |l  �������-  mm-mmmmmmm^^uin^^  ,v,���   7 ,,���,�����,���,..���  ���,,4  _| i  ' '���   pp -p ��� . a"'" ���  \\ ���Hi'*.  prestos isrciWFttBXNG services,  2182 HEST J2TH AVSNUS,  VANCOUVER 9# B. C.  Scrvms the Sunshine Coost, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins (.ending, Grantham's Landing Gibscns, Roberts Crtck M <2> WEDNESDAY, DEC 22, 1965  Wil on Creek Selmo Pork, Sechelt, Hoifmoon Boy, Secret Cove, Pender Hgrbour, Madeira Pork, Kleirtdalc, Irvine's Landing Earl Cove Egmont  Authorized as second class  mail  by   the   Past   Office  Deportment, Ottawa  Volume 3, Mo 3   __0��  4 *Tk��i'  /  a*  _t  Sechelt P-TA .. .  toiM-�� $4__@ aplf mmt  Appreciation tt     . .  REV JIM Fergusson and his wife Jill have endeared   nOCSet project  themselves to people of all ages and all denomina-   in Gibsons area  m pr��pffiiea mm?  KITCHEN equipment to the value of $420 has been offered by the Sechelt P-TA for installation in the con-  Kl   cesslon booth of the proposed building at Hackett Park  when and if completed    Discussing   the   donation   it alreadj been approached in the  last mcetine of council, Chan _bsenc<?  of Cojn   j^  Lang  man Christine Johnston pointed . ..,,,_ ..  out that as the booth was not and had Iooked ll ��* roads  yet   established,   consideration Ditches   appeared   satisfactory  will havc to be given to electa but he had recommended addi-  cal   installation   most   of  the tioml gravel on the mads  equipment oeing electrically ___    .                     ^ .  operated Tbe chairman suggested coun-  Coun   Bill Swain expressing Cl1 inspect further before giving  gratitude for the offer of the final approval  P-TA suggested it be he'd in  obeyance for Uie new councd MIXED FEELINGS  i/._i��e Coun   BerneI Gordon  absent  STREET LIGHTS from jj,,, mti.tin^  sent a jitter  Nineteen    e\i_Ung    ordinary ^ council   txpress���-g his re  street lights*,  will be -changed grct that business demands had  _l _ -   -    "��� w ____.    _ _.    _~.      ________     _.__ "���*  ���#_   UT�� rniirir Vinnr   ��i_    1   i>rtcf    if  W     *M.W��.^.*��* J W ��*��*W* \ ."***     *!���    _***"*****__"**  5S3S -f2'^ ^r *��^__S^ ^vaobi.. c��u^-^-1��&:tK^  ElllgiSSlilS  ^e^eltlast-Tbjwiday^ .*.     -  , -  L^l, Yfce&su^ ;. ,: *. 3  ' ^    oMris department #si^ply���,enc6mpasi? ^est\Secfceit 777,'��� *" J  Within the, village hotaaHes witftfftrt a 6fper cent>votfe.:   V  : ft  Wlttffew ekceptiohs; .SirfSfonty -* ~J��^   ,7-AC      ���   -' ,J"        l '/ '7  74utestions,0sked,the/.nlrister ;���<#$-; Would' npt ^onViiwpcipate     n  ',   V.  reVreakonable-i andJhad' ob-% in'fnh.m* AairAlnnmmt   c��r-_.---.��-'- ^ '   S/Jj  ' 7 foth flctfttutas^"^^  1 /  u  Mft__i&^ ___! 2av_iJ  'i v.    , , jnot(i\vont  ��tfiPis_M  t. ,        -.,.._    W��e' shot in ^ie* event Of expan- .  CanipbeU explained that . sion,t tone resident; of Mest-Se�� 7  ILma.imI.m..     H. _P��        min_A_>_ -���     ���*- .   _    _ __ _  ��� . ._.i.n.__... _____i*__    ____     .  1,4.   _ - *���      )  , /h^WS^?^^                                     and^e'txiadJs-now.deatfbr,  '���!   V  boaM-&t. ?&e*l in OibsonE * i^e^em*?nfof vth^, mpfaitl f. :  _ ��� ^;   &estiWdV, co'ne' ,^e *1��*wt v<-ovolopm;entt   muhlcipahty  ^^n,^, '% onty ^P'*^ wdterservice '; .Taxe?  ���<, 1, �� Hi.fquojling^at ttjeibpati  k7 ;,it; BRAdjijl^bMagct,n>-jeWng  v f uitfijtjiwnco^^mitwei;  ^Tection: '���- i**����'tt't'tf.   1 it  I  t�� I  "1)'(    7  rectlon.   ** <-�����'�����-;���-,  "^ ,* 1,1- .^v. im  ���,'ii-���'��r 'i��iik,"*ww' t��  M  A I  . ,��� ,. /inclitv k<Fobitn,t|dotJlonl .���  t i, aAa 'b��d bceii fl^mM-Am..*1,  ��*f'i '^lemenlftj  (the Hnmt #  wUl'wfiveFbo' onhajnee1 value, of property,' |?ut   !toriaf wou|dp be) ch;  extent'brihO/SO1 fihomtd'-result in o>reasonable . the .dlstrlck pWin"peir capita; ^nts of thk:*UH$toft ^^,  _r_r!i__-fIJsjj�� , jteductton   in1 f"flre   insurance  .grant t)f ^JQ, West^chelt then   invesUgato -lhe;< ��tJMttol..mti   , *  1     '       -*". '*. , ,*������*   ��   ^  i",    ,   wng a partjof the (municipal^ evcry as^^^^bly.oHX^w* <  ".'��� , '. ;'^���n ^T v���������.'���,"���"��� ; Tp���  -ber of pccasldns.<^' *fc(d.^  n./iV^c nnati ^     -* - -v .   - ,*���    ' -       ���     considered^atisf^torj?vtoihoth      '  from We^local^gbFanTn- ,-! VJ^Ce?- V,Pe^ * - *��� ������* ;'  >,,   ��;..    '    . "7 , ,  . "   ,     groups,71henUteps \,woul^^��_ ,   ' ���    T^naes, lakes, a;i;rest' ���      r&^*#^&, ?:  one pcrsojn ^dt'rtib*Times Bdi- ���'  'tor .h^di1 stated couhcll^vrould ,  f double 1 tnxe$,l Vas denl*?d'\ l>j('   ,  . Mrs,j ���fohnstpn   \vhri'7W6s ��� w/ ���  "and  Th--,1.  aremnrlc.  dalrii' thot^^ w  stated. council  .considerably to Uie {K>pularlfy;of   ^0Ti Hm<ih WiiVm,a��. Com*.  16 world.   .    missioner. Bill St-yaln *wh<> l��h>t*>  ed oat thnf pi^$fres�� was^novi/';  table and that to *bnry heads in  V  *ll  issue Jon. 5th  ���I"  * VJ%^$B^^ In w w&fi o?��on, 'and our! sifcebto good wlshqs tor ^ happy, pn>qH��W^.a^M  .-), 7.t7PM*?^8Mtter^0^ft^m^ -i    " ���        ,;       t * -    rpwWnklng., y       ;  ,;77',  ���' /7V'4lu'!i'p'VVv,..'V -7.     ������     ..'���,.������,���      ,.      '   .���;���    ,��   v '" '���.���:".���"'.>  77 .,��.',.      "p17,      Mi        < " ,7 t7i * 'V f - ���' I    ' i   ,������       ' ' ,  l��      *.* "i. ��� *l ('    I 1 / ��.,�� .v-l1-, ' '* ^' >*lv.i  /  ( V  1 'X  >���}  .' .^1  / 1  _*>���  fcft,.   K  \!J iV,  ' i  1     -V\'  *"      ���* *>   PogeA-2   Sechelt Penmsulttjjjaes_7y/ed.t Dec. 2g, 1$65��   "       ^j^.  9mu-mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm���mmmm~������.  ..    "*"**    ���'���>_?'"T  ���  p.,'    I    -  i    _, - i * ���  &S&mPEN_NSiJ_A^��e*       telephone 885-9654   . j  'J ;i "-rt-  .ANTED- Cont,  {(*.��*.-���   - "���""���"���*���  AUTOS & TRUCKS  FOR SALE (Continued)  Classified  Published Wednesdays by the  Sechelt  Peninsula Times Ltd.,  ot  Sechelt, B.C.  Member, Audit Bureau  of Circulation  Classified Advertising Rates;  -3-tine-AdBrretsi 15~woTdsr   One Insertion ,._ r���.50c  .   Three insertions   .   Extra lines (5 words)  PERSONAL (continued)  HAIRDRESSING,    ��� c tt 11 i n,'g,  perms,  color.  Doris  Sugden.  Phone 885-2837.' 9568-tfn  CYPRESS  REST HOME^  J_885__WesL_l0th_Av'e^_  Vancouver, B.C.   .  39c - 30C:-30c  ,-&TRA'PROFITS FOR -  ,  .SALAL PICKERS ;' /  Pickers needed NOW-  ', - CONTACT -  RJ��D ^ rim .& MOSS  Hexi to^Sechelt Theatre  7 Phone 885-9313  v " -    i\ v   '   l      '- 9614-tfn  1957 PONTIAC-station wagon, ASHLEY, wood'heater,-;$SO; ;35  automatic' transmission.^ Phi       mm, canTfera^^ndV^asf^^O;^  885-9663.       ' '    79557-3 office typevvriter/'$50Noi:'trade  , ������'��� -���-������-- ���-~\ -for ' adding -��� Jni4cMri$;77sabie -  TWO tone -i-a-ton Dodge pick-   saw, $10;Vfive rim'sTfor Austin *  up.. .Heater and radio. -Good car,. $10; Phili��haye.$10.< ph^ne*  ��__j__._  t_   * ��� -. *__���_.-��� __���_�����__ .   ^   ���"-    _ '_,_  condition.-   Reasonable    price  Phone 885-21T5.   " ' " 9656-3  885-9956.  a^zaU^^  FOR SALE  BOY'S bicycle, medium,' size.  ��� Excellent condition, $20.- Ph.  886-2768. '    - 9588-3  ��� ���������������-�����������- ���-���������!���. ������������������ ������������>���.-.-_���-. it��� �����������*- -1^  '    JAY BEE-USED  _L__1_jFUI(N1"TURE a-_  ���$].OQ  JOc  (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs.)  Box Numbers, lQc extra  25c Book-keeping charge is added  for AdBriefs not paid by publication date.  Legal or Reader advertising  25c  per count line.  Display   advertising   in   classified  Ad-Brief columns,   1.50 per inch.  SCECpL ��JSTBICT Wo_.4S  "7 ZmECBEUZ)  '���  &*hkttmilocated onW , ^V?8!^4^ (^8a?:  ���������-~ >Ctawt,    about -1%/     Next to Ken's Parking  FILING EQUlP^Et\_? -'  "TYPEWRITERS1''^ -  ADDING jy^CHlSis^  OFFIGE;$t)PPtfe;:^  - i-H  Personal care' home., *,family  style,  invites  guests. 24' hour * Sunshine ��� ywsi,,    *����u_,  a .2, .                 ���-_-     -,-*-��  care. R.N. attendance. Reason- Thours' fcsom' ctawatown Vancou* Beer Jbottles!, We buy ond  able  ratps.       .                  Ver.   via   the   isnv**mn*i ����r-i    _.��_ '          _.n    .  V     .. .  BOOKKEEPING   &PPL1��S  ver, via " the government   car  -2332-tfn' ferry from Horseshoe.Bay.  GRADE TWO te&cher, required io teach at ^Gibsons Elem-  ent9ryV.School tTlus is a 13 room  school, soon to,he increased to  17 rooms, _��& 474s pupils.  Interested, qualified teachers  sell everything  9991-tfn  -/���see 7   77 ,7  p.      ^ j     , *���* 1 ij.  *���*��� A ^      J  **. .     ,' ' -  The -Times \v  . -'  COMING EVfNTS  KEW Year's Eve square dance  -���partj-7-Wilso_rereek-Hall7VSa~  mission $1.00 per person. Light  refreshments.- 9638-3  DEATHS "  HARBISON���Passed away December 15, 1965, William Softly Harrison in his*90th year,  of RR 1, Pratt Road, Gibsons,  B.C. Survived by two sons, *.*_ �����.  John, Gibsons, B.C., Thordas, mittee  Burnaby, B.C. and eight grandchildren. Mr. Harrison served  ia 1914-1918 w.ar. Funeral service was held Monday, December 20, at 1:30 p.m. from the  Pamily Chapel of the Harvey  Funeral Home, Gibsons, B.C.  Rev. H. Kelly officiated. Inter  HOLIDAY Best Wishes, to all  our friends and customers.  Donation to Halfmoon Bay  Hospital Auxiliary in lieu of  cards.     ���The    Cunninghams,  Joan and Bob and children.  ,,-�� _^_u  9590-3 * should ^pply- io _th& Secretary-  ^,wt    ~     .. ��� 7 > ����aawe>_ School District No.  SEASONS    Greetings    to    aU    46 <See_��lt) Box 220 jGibsons  members of Royal Canadian    B.C 7(Tel_ igfr__4i)      ^msons'  USED   washer,   $49.$5; - ;nsed  automatic Pmpaw stovey W'  deluxe, $99.95;'GE wringer. W  DIVING     equipment,   " mask,  snorkel, fins, knife and gun,  $45. Alsft 14�� jboat and 2 hp   she,*    ^9^5,    used "iVAaheb,,  -Branch���140 r-OAPOr-Se^ieltr  St. Hilda's Anglican Church and  ���all shut-ins^ -^Dorothy Erickson, Wilson' Creek, 885-9612. -   '           9594-3  GERRY and Joanne Van De-  meeberg sincerely _ wish  friends and acquaintances the  Seasons Greetings. In lieu of  cards a donation has been ^ent  to the Unitarian- Service Com-  '   9587-3  IN ANY language: Christmas-  Greetings to all my friends.  Frohe ivelhnacthen zum alle  unsere freunde���German Buon  natale a tutti i nostri amici���  Italian. Un joyeux noel a tous  nos amis���French. Een zalig  kerstfeest" al  onze   vrienden���  9570-2  FOR RINT  LOW winter rates���daily, week-  - ly,, monthly. Fully modern  suite. Big Maple Motel, 885-  9513. 9626-tfn  WINTER rates by the week or  month, $50 ^nd up, all inclusive. Also trailer space. Phone  -'885-9565. Mission Point Motel,  Wilson Creek. 9616-tfn  Elgin  motor, $75.  Phone 885-  2076, 9544*50  LOWEST PRICES  Screened Gravel  Dr^hnSocK ;  Fill  Shell dirt.  A.   Simpkins,   Sechelt   885-2f32  9S18-tfn  ITALIAN  made  piano  accord-  ���   ion, 120 Bass with case. Price  $150. Phone evenings, 885*9782,  9559-3  -$39.95;~ Moffat electric'^ ��J*tayge  range,  $79.95; used automatic  washer, $79.95;, 5-piece dini^te.  suite,   used   2   mouths*   reg.  $99.95,   now   $79.95.- P^ribr's  Jiaixlwai��t_Sech^t__PJ_one.-885- -  2171. * 9599-3  LEGAL  NOTICES  PORTABLE     electric     Singer  sewu_: machine, older  model,   $40. ^Jnderwood   standard  typewriter, >J5.  Adjustable ir-  NEW  suite���1 T>edroom, bath-    oning board, $6. Salt and pep  room, combination kitchen  living room. All electric. New-  stove and fridge. Use of laundry room. Phone 885*9333 after  5  t*Jn* 9555-3  per collection, 75c pair. Mrs.  V. M. Hoskin, Pratt Road, Gib-  sons- tnm 9536-tfn  ment,   Field   of   Honor,   Sea -----            ..         KUSTON���Passed   away   sud-  -denljr-in hospital on December   13,   1965,   Zillah   Ruston,  .*��aged 79 years, late of 590 17th  -'Street, West Vancouver, formerly  of  Selma  Park, Sechelt.  .Survived   by   her   sister  Mrs.  Janet   Thompson   in  Scotland,  a niece in West Vancouver and  ' ��   niece  in  Scotland.   Funeral  services   from   the   Hollyburn  Funeral   Home   Ltd.   of  West  . Vancouver  on   December  16th  . fc'ith the  Rev.  C.   F.  Wilkins  o^fic|ating followed  by crema-  t'on. 959^.3  il   milied   it   tajjeh���Maltese.  Isabel Dawson. ��� *   9657-3  $75 CASH ^  '52 Studebaker  Form No. 18   '   * *  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply t��  Lease Land  In Land Recording' District  of Vancouver and situate on  north shore of Skookumchuek  Narrows in the vicinity of Egmont and east of lot 7172, the  east boundary of Lot 7172 be-  CHRISTMAS -and New Years  .. greetings to all our relatives  and friends. In lieu of cards  donations will be sent to the*  Cup of Milk Fund.- ���Florence,  Ray Johnson and family.  &661-3  available.  886-2676.        9577-5  - * r     , , 7   ' eas* boundary or Lot 7172 be  SELMA Park, small furnished*   V3��od Transportation. Can be    ing the west boundajry of lease  modern .cottage. Full plumb- ��� seen OT  Home Oil Service   hnM tn *"* "���"*1l~1 *~  Station, Sechelt.  9578-5  mg, fridge. &rit 1 or 2 adults,  $30 per month. Harry Hill 885-  9764. 9553.5  REAL ESTATE  LOST  CARD OF THANKS  . .SINCERE thanks to doctors  and staff of St. Mary's Hospital for their kind attention  and care of my wife- while a  patient in the hospital ���Say  Page.  FIRST   World, War    1914-1918  service  discharge  button.  $2  reward. Please leave at Times  office. 9569.5  AT WAKEFIELD Beach in  August. Two ladies rings. Reward.   Phone  885-9478.      9596-5  FOUND  ..  �����      _ -*.  , THANKS to all relations, friends  ������ ��nd neighbors* for their kind  . offering and assistance during  , ihe illness and passing of my  fcelo.'cd  wife.  ���Say Page.  9660-3  FOUND    in    Sechelt,     ladies  - watch. Owner mayFclaim on  9659.3  ' identificationi. Phone 885-9657.  9589-3  WORK WANTED  ROY'S  ' PERSONAL  "Tu ALL our friends and customers sincere wishes for a  ��� very Happy  Christmas.  Dona*  ��� tion to thc Eastern star Cancer, Fund will be sent in lieu  ��� *>f   ChrVtmas   cards.   ���Vince  - And Anne Prewcr. 9584*3  I*    1      1  i,   t ��� 1  ^w^t).Mpptwwi**iW��*tw����pp*.  IVAN and Eileen Smith and  ��� Jimmy wish their friends  1 fftnd neighbors a very Merry  . Christmas and a Happy New  Year, In lieu of cards, a don*  .Atlon  has  bceri   made  to  the  ROY BOLDERSON  Box 435 - Sechelt  885-9530 Evenings  , Rototilling - Plowing  Grading - Rolling - Etc.  9826-tfn  ���!OOFw*Ey<f"BInlc:  95953  FOR Cnrpentryl New and re  pair work.  Contact  V.  Mil  chell 885-9582. 9784-tfn  t^H****.** l____________.'____'--'.1''---',-'''l'',*"-^'"^-'^l'a'. -mm t-fiwit ��;*��^-s��^^****il*i*-Hi*ofc^*]a��'iaMa*i( fat*fc#  HOPKINS   Landing   waterfront  on, Point Road. 4  bedrooms,  2 baths. Phone 733-��050 or 261*  3151. ' , 2345-tfn  INVESTMENT property in Se*  chelt area. $500 per acre. Box  381, Sechelt, B.C.    ���       9549-tfn  Two    bedroom, large    living  room, sun porch, carport, heat*  ilator    fireplace. $1,500    will  handle.  A MERRY CHRISTMAS  ond  HAPPY NEW YEAR  ��    from  Do Wortmon and  Jack Warn at  EWART McMYNN  REALTY  Box 238,"Gibsons, 886*2166  880*2500,  886*2681,  886-2393  ovc.        9598-3  PORPOISE Bay, 150 ft, sbelt*  eitsd beach, 'flat land, with  water, light and road, suitable  for^uto! court'end marina. Fp  $WJOOO. ��� Additional . adjoining  waterfronUge - af ailable, Sunshine Coast Products "Co. Ltd,  Box 7389, Sechclr; B.C,  0566tfn  hold to be applied fbr.  Take notice that Larry-Doug*  las Sealey of 2136 West 4th  Ave., Vancouver, occupation  surveyor, intends to apply for  a lease of the' following described lands:          Commencing at a post plant-  CHICKENS,   50c   each.   Ready    ed M SE- cornor Iot 7172'lic-  for freezer (dressed).  Si.Wr-^^3 SMrv<-y pin there; thence  RUBBER stamps  of all descriptions  may 'he  obtained  at The Times. Phone 885-9654.  Quick service on all orders.  Phone 885-2048.  ��9563-tfn  1  Paint -* Fibreglass - Rope  -   Canvas - Boot Hardware  WALT NYGREN SALES  LTD.  Gibsons, B.C.  Phono 886-9303  J  ' 7857-tfn  COIN-OP     DryclcnnliJK     business      Gibson*     .Sunnycrest  Shopping  Plaza.  880-2231.  98IJ3.52  North 5,7 chains; more or "less;  thence East 3 chain, more or  less; thence South for 9 chains,  more or less; thente North  West along high water mark  5 chains, more or less, and  containing 2.2 acres, more or  less, for thc purpose of summer home and eventual residence.  Larry Douglas Sealey  Dated Nov. 22, 1965  '9M2~Pub. Dec. 1, 8, 15, 22, '65  ���TO'.'ALL our friend* and customers, a very Merry Chiat*  mas and ^a prosperous New  Year. In.-Ilcu of cards, dona*  ttom will be sent to the Sal*  ration Army, ���John, Dorothy  ��� and Dorhn: Bosch, Egmont.   HELP WANTED  ^'���"MACHINERY  .ipMffi'p**-*!**^-*** kftj^it^.^ivS^^ft^^H-itipii**^*^*  Mrs. Naida Wilson  Now- 10 years in business.  REQUIRES SALAL PICKERS  Phone 885-9746 or write c/o Box  95923   390/ Sechelt,  0625-tfn  25 KVA nutomntlc-controUcd  Dorman Diesel Power Plants!  Mounted on skids in as-new  condition. Jleplacomcnt cost  $10,000-plus. What offor��V,Write  or, 'phono. Mix Equipment,  Foot of Carrali Street, Van*  ��� couver *7B.(?. Telephone Jllf  4-0030 or RE 6*4830.       ?W3-tfn  KOR SALE  Sechelt Taxi ' and Transportation, Plenso .submit bids to tho  Executor, Estate of John  G,corgo Jonas, through Mr. E.  Booth, Manager, Bank of Montreal, Sechelt, B.C.  f>55-t~Puh. Dec. 8, 15, 22, Jan. 5  2 NEW SUBDIVISIONS  ... c WATERFRONT LOTS  fe rv termlnn?dlV,^n c~ <*<*"* <P Eorls Cove  ferry terminal on the SMnshlne Coast Highway.  iiM?S����!tt*W't*s*sl��**Ww"��i*r��W^  Harbour n^H SrU^r.'^n ��� oVcrlooHlng. Pender  Harbour and  Gulf -   0% down - easy terms  on balance, Discount for cash  FOR SAlE BY OWNER    '  !�����.   ��'5QLADEY *-* Madeira Park, B.C.  �������� ���-2233 or P����<��ne North Vontouvw  985-4934  'CI  . '       "*1   pff      tri-H.   *|[-(4l Hf K**1     I     _ W       '   '' '  ��.'->���--('>��-���"��*' p^_^fcfflapv^__.w..pTM..^,.^-.^^....^L_g,r.yl ^n-*^.w. r* r  :�� y  / \t\ \.7 >7^ <*��7*  l'fp*y^7'V4i rv.._ 7A-* .���->  77^7-^>77i7i.7    ,     .  , .c-il<^^^^*;^ J��LFergus-    ,  *v iif; _h__r"ff^_lh.^^^^^t*DSt_I��.i_''-  _.    ______ __^    J-*      "^FH^ ���*��? ^    ���**-*   '" v ��,** '-���' "���    "  Juetter froirfi* eK^mog ag*  *. - ?ency/(an^nai: tosphiesktn. &��,���  v  A ���*,dia, ^^^l^JV^1-^*'  _ *^we5can7^*^^ej^oy^for.yqd  - \;   , .atftthtf, mc?_4e%_e_nesi. and^cbn-  .   ���*'sideraMe5!'��,Ws^7r^ O*"'  ���mmmmmmnrmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm,  Sechelt Peninsulo  Jnitaricm Fellowshi  Regular Meeling  Asasfcptfe  ^^f'*1.     <      i^f  i  I  -*��� 1," < ,  -*f &�� i  , Sunshine Coast"  *_ Gospe/; Church  (Undenominational)     *  Sunday School ^10 o.m.  >  " ��� Church Service  11;15L a.m. *  PASTOR REV, S. CASSELLS  , Sctima Park Community Hall  /^v   *    ^   rt  te-l    l^^T.i  Thorsteinsoi.-i_iiderson  .   .'' A*   j"       *      p.     *���* f /    * **   * r a , ,_ . ^T1  wedding at St. Hildas  MARRIAGE of Paulette I_euise'Anderson, eldest daugh- "  A   JieT of Mr- vandlMrs.. J. W/Anderson of Wilson Creek,  to Dugp Sheridan Thorsteinson, only son of Mr. land-,  Mrs. ��� Fred;Thorsteinsori of,Vancouver.- took, place, at ^  n?�� pCm^ ��f Friday,; Dec: 17, al St, Hilda's SngBcM;  impnree satelf ^  D__tIN6-the ChrlstmasrSeasol-A^ r^-rsi  we mustnUlhelR thecpblicevi C %'"^ U  ���  -���  -.      .       ..    ,   w-k--    -Jd each other to improve safe-^'5*, -    '^  ^   S** I^rs '^^^ g��fts ^ . ty .onour highways, says .Tony f-'y 7 -"> 7  * Beauty ^Counsellor, donated hr   Gargrave, MLAVFriday; \ ^ . ?> ,   *    ^��tm  %,   Mrs.4 O. Moscrip., . *    -      - _        v3���.   ~i_,��.���_.��,�����. * ���^* _������ ^-    ^ " '  -   �� -,       ���-..��* -.      i     w* J^w>% enforcement, 7 self-disci. -  7    Car^? ^"W* ��"8 around,the   pline and driver' education Ur '/>  eampfire ^directed by Mrs.' D; - the only way "we caii ke#'down> A  Stockw,eU*attd a sMtjyas pre-*   the-financial and human costof  7    sen^edsby5 wie^of the companies. fc automobile accidents, he" said,'  <".  7-         im.     .  l . '  -B��TH��L BAPTIST  CHURCH  SECHELT,,      1  SERVICES  -  Sunday School ��� 10 a.m.  Church Servlco ���i- 11:15 a.m.  Prayer -Wednesday 7:?0 p.m.  REV. A, WILLIS  ,   PASTOR >  You arQ Invited to attend  any or each service.  Church,. Sechelt  Rev. James Fergusson offic- groom's best man; the .ushers  iated .at the;ceremony. Given?, were Ricky Marshland Wes An-  in marriage by her father, the   derson.  y*y.  -*      i  V.4'1 .1*  ST., JOHN'S  UNITED CHURCH  Wilson Creek, B.C.  Sundoy School���9:45 a.m*  Divine Worship���11:15 a.m.  Led by Miss H, E. Campbell  Except on 2nd Sunday each ,  ' qnopth       '  ���  Family Service���11:15 a.m.  Divine Service���3:30 p.m.  Led by Revf W. M. Cameron  ,  petite   bride looked   charming^     The "bride _" mother wore" an    '     '  ���  in a flooFaen_th gowTi of nylon/ pff white $uit< with brown ac-��        e  *vpp1*>t i. <-lr*r>vf*l��<cc; with  �����   ci'nolc    ��_.__.n��in��    �����.j i_t-.j , ..   ��        *     .r  w.*Uu "����� ���^������.w Bi4uumgu��-p . cnuse a green dress, who;lace .  three strand J, pearl necklace overskirt and wore a corsage of k  \yhich enhahced the simple h white carnations. >  neckline,of the gown. Wearing/ ' Fifty guests.attended the re-  elbow length gloves,; the bride ccptJMi held in the Legion Hall,  earned a cascading hoUqdet ot Sechelt, where Mr, Lud Hur-  red roses and white satin ros** foMi proposed'the, toast to the  ettes. The three-tier \ chapel \ bride. Following' the wedding  length veil was held in, place banquet, ' three, young friends-  by a lace petal coronet. of the bride provided music for  Miss Patricai'Gall Anderson, dancing, they are the Sons of  sister of the bride was maid of, A-Go-Go, Paul Rudolph, Norm  honor and bridesmaids v���were Jones and Mike Barns.  Gail Ritchie and Kathy Morri- For travelling,, the bride  son.\ They woro matching wore a blue poodle cloth suit  gowns of sapphire blue sheaths with black hat and veil and  With blue net skirts and'each b!ac-< accessories and wore her  wore a cultured pearl, a gift' Mother's corsage of pink earn-  from tho brjWe, and carried ^f^r ��  attractive bouquets- of white The young, couple will .spend  crysanthemums sprayed with ^0lr honeymoon in California  pale blue set in white net" with nnd wil* Me. up residence at  NICK'S ELECTRIC  Pender Horbour ,  j o  CLYDES CYCLES  Phone 883-2516  R.R.1, Madeira Park  white streamers.  Bob'   Maikawa  was     the  Porpoise Bay, on their return,  I ���vi*s^^^*#p^^lW*ftW*,p*^*:^^',-1'  /   '  i    Tho  Anglican Church  OF CANADA  Rector Rev. James B, Ferguson, B.A., L,th.  Phono 885-97f>3  Christmas/ 1965  ST. HILDA'S^-SECHELT:  Christmas Eve,���-Communion���Dec. 24th���11:30 p,m.  Christmas Day���Communion���Dec, 25th���9!30 a.m.  (Prino the youngsters tool)  Boxing Day (Sunday)���Morning Proyor���-Dec. 26th-���       '  V, 'MiOO-a.m,,,    .���:��������� -.',.��� ���  CHURCH OF HiS PRESENCE---REDRGOFS:     '   ,    '  V        ...,':,...;.... .ST. MARY'S���GARDEN 6aV:,   7     '  Christmas Dayr���Communlon���Doc. 25th���ll:30a,m,  MADEIRA PARK:     .    ���  Sunday (Boning Day)���Communion*���Dec, 26th���7:30 p.m.  1    '' '    V  ��� ', ''EGMONTt - .-'  ��� "  Sunday (Doling Day)--*-Communlon--rDec. 26th���3i00 p.m,  Sunday, January 2nd, 1966  CHURCH OF HIS PRESENCE���Communion���11:00 a.m.  ST. MARY'S-^-GARDEN DAY���Evonsono--3:00 p.m.  ST. HILDA'S���SECHELT���Evo^ong���7:30 p,m.   ,  fmm  No Cents  In Waiting  ��� ��� . Let  '  ' '  The Times,'���  Classified  �������ivia!ice'-'",^oii.,'-if',"M  Money!  TheTimes  Phono  885-9654  Marine Supplies Service  GARDEN BAY  BOATWORKS  A COMPLETE LINE OF  BOAT REPAIRS  Garden-Bay,-B.C.  Phono 883-2366  Scows ��� Logs  t SECHELT TOWING  & SALVAGE LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving  it Log Towing  L. HIGGS  Phono 885-9425  Highway .01- Pine Road     ���   '  **.   '"   * Gibs-ns, fcC,   A    i.^-*   ~  Serving the Sechelt Peninsula -     ;  -   Service and Accessories for all 7   \  1    Mptorcyclesi' .. ���  We pick up and deliver your bike  Phone 8869572 }  Open |to 10 p.m. 7 days a -week     *  CUSTOM TRACTOR WORK   ,  BACK HOE-DITCHING,  EXCAVATING CONTRACTING ,  GRAVEL, TOP SOIL AND Fai.*     ��  Let us solve your problems '   "7  ED FIEDLER - GIBSONS  Phone 896,7764  h   .  ���f  S  y.***  > A'f  1   . .  ppv.-*rr     f  I     V,  * ,J    I     s  ' Phone 885-2062  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Electrical Contractors  Appliances - Electric Heat  Phone 885-2062  TREE FALLING  ' ' "   TOPPING OR REMOVING  ;        LOWER LIMBS FOR VIEW. -  Insured work from Port, Mellon  1 to Pender Harbour  p  PV SERMICES LTD.  Marvcn Yolen 886-9946  Digby Porter 886 9615  *"< * ���"��� ���"" * " ��� ���' ������   ' ������ '"-'��  L&H.SWAN��ONLTD,  Stptk Tanks and Drain FtakJs  .. . B����MMM��nd Fr��nt End..  Loader Work  Screened Cement Grovel  Fill and Road Grovel  Phono 003-9666  Box 172-Sechelt  ELECTRA-CLEAN *  t|  Upholstery Cleaning  Carpets - Furniture -  Rugs* 1  for..appointment  Phone 886-9890  Frank E. Decker  OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block  Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2166  PENINSULA  BUILDING SUPPLY c  "Tho House With A Heart" ��� ' '��� ���              ���    ' !  ..', . i, ;         '       p,.  .   E,J. Caldwell, Proprietor ��� -��  Dor 97 - Sechelt* D,C. '  ; Phono Sechelt 885-9669   7 *"* "*'.*v  TINGLEYS  HI-HEAT    .  SALES and SERVICE  for all your heating  1 "requirements       '  4 Oil Cb/s Finance* Plan^  C. E. (Cal) Tingloy  Box No, 417, Sechelt  885-9636 ��� 885-9332  ...-. -   -a- I   h  ."**  M-v*  ���I .-jj|*  *-*"*i^l,������***���  xWMkAM^  ��� fWw    ���  B^hi^^mi!&nhy^me&  "1 mm he mmx* hid-1 shaft mt Be- $& verms m t&$as! to assy wBsd l-l&B&re 0 he fk^gf^���Jlaex faxes.  ��� ���  ������ - .     ���     Wednesday, Decetaber 22��-156^   ,   ��/[���>������<  A _J-  Feasants   SiassiSfSeleii,:  FAILURE of tbe Scfeool Referes&ta to.c&-  fcsin. the wsssssacry ssrppc&t of the fKs&Sc,  ..gattaafty jawed scrakMsg of a dibaffpois--  ssest fed ihe Board ef Sctiool Trastees,"  tab sarpislBg to tbe 423 wis�� voted no.  CHfesoss* EflsSesd ol SedJd&._7;--     / ^, .���  ' Cerasskfe^gtiosi wss . gfrea < Use Brands  Pesmsijla psofiasaiJs, bot tbe feas&IS^ o���* a  school board (Office in Sedse& "w^feiaK^ely  bsusfed off as narrow msdatei^Vtefe-f aa'  '��� tins RdTateapdaai^erelifeife necessity, ce&ses  ��� cfssslax&afck, odterwtse support wosild Save  bees greater. C&meqoes&$vf h is bow necessary  to revaaxtp- sod rsscfenit wish the hope a "yes"*  voce will esscae success- ^s  To^remsmjd&gswlic as suggested and resubmit wilbout change, -would prove expensive  folly, Tbis is teulamoasi: lo statlfig we are right  the dissetuers wrong.  The  Refecesjdasi Mied ai&J there  rea&oiss for tbis, baste problem to be ironed out  Despite aigeiBsms as to greater populates in Gibsons, it s-toald be bomn& in mind*  die whofe PeaHnseia is astsecf lb TO^fors-tistee  qaarter isHIioa loan- Half a roiffioit to be spent  in the Gibswss area, t^tbinafeeoftbewetfge  to,be d&tdb&ied between Gibsons and Bender  Harbour. ~    _.  Orastrcction of 'tfee boaal offices in  SechelL tbe gssogr^tpbkai Ideation, wonld not  be tfee end of the jssorfd .as far as Gibsons Is  concerned, aiibottgjh it might cause sosse small  It's OK,.. he's not drank. He's tost driven from EarTs  ���-   '* ���"-- *-*-       �� 7 .  * * * . "af  Specially erected fer The Times by Graham Utarop*  zooms* un uu��, wean, ptuuistu w �� i_wt��*_ um.   irKonvenkoces to two or three "trustees. With n     rr it~-^~ \ y "  ^,  before anotbsr attempt is made, wotiM appear   tbe High School, the larger-p0��83atlcra of Gib- uwe to "fn8fl^ * * *  to be a genuine investigation into tbe reason   sons liataraily plajis a large'part^As Jar as    p   ^by.                           "!                                   tbe board ollkes meyce^rnkd^ transportatkm *       "                  i    *                ���"_."'  Trustee B3I ^faMmjrf^ender Harboar   playsane^5giblef>art7 -. r"  ^            -   ; T&tA    Djarti-krr^c���0T^��ri#  KaiiKT ttian <febre intovapie possibilities, JTTVC    l\*wCi*UL"#   *)    ��\lyfLL  "gave two reasons, one tbe^op^effefpatditiiie  for a school on tbe Francis Peiiinsuia, while  many Te��dents favoured additions to tbe Madeira Park School. His second reason wa�� be  felt,  building of a school  board office in  D-tmht  the board should get ckwen to basic fundamentals, bearing in mind .the fact that another  twenty votes would have turned tbe scales.  Sechelt alone votes^ 64 against.  tetters to the Editor must cony ajignatuire and address, dihough a  pen-name njty be used for publication,  SlHSpIeftBli  Mfmitfje Messages  "Most   people  tfiose passages  are bothered by  of Scripture they  do not underbid; bat . . . the  passages that bother me are those  r do undersfand". ��� Mark Twcia  GREAT credit is doe the Hon.*_0an Campbell,   most of os seek progress, and tbis wiB come  Minister of Mttnjcipal Affairs for the   only by widening oar outlook-  trotd^e he took to attend the public meeting in  SedSelt last week in order to give residents tbe  opportunity id discuss expansion policy.  Most significant point, escagdng__jnany,  was the Ministers explanation pointing oat the "  government  policy encouraging more local  administration in preference to control by Victoria,        v. ���������''"���'- ���"  This offers a great deal to unorganized "  districts whlch^ in various ways, have to engage in long drawn out campaigns with Victoria everytime, seryfcesi roads and other,, im-  piwements t,Asre sought. Merging of outside  communities,  into   one   Municipality   would.  therefore put this KSptmsibility on the Idc^l"*  council- ���'"'"',  As Mr. Campbell ekplalined, areas taken in  would then be permitted representation on  council. Participation in village services could  then be demanded and should a service be  needed which is presently non-existant, representations may be made directly to Council.  At a time when people in so many parts  of the world are dieing, fighting for freedom,  whatever one's politics might be, it. is gratifying to find wc have a government bending over  backwards to offer its people greater freedom.  Together with five members of his d&-  partrncnt, Mr. Campbell has been visiting districts such as this, presenting these facts and  recommending such expansion where desirable  to all parties concerned. His biggest problem,  he said later is to dispell the inevitable doubt,  and suspicion encountered with small minority  mm.   i  This, is possibly not too surprising for  what most people have, has been worked and  fought for, while graft and corrupOpn in high  placed is certainly not unusual. NevertbcJe,Vy  n is comparatively rare in local and indeed in  Provincial Government,  ( It is to be borne in mind, our representatives on council and in Victoria, have been  elected by, those who know and trust them.  They arc not in office for the simple purpose  of planning skulldugary, but to administer thc  affairs of the public.  2% Failure  Edi&H", The Times  Dear Sir-���The Board of  School Trustees would like to  thank all those who worked  hard to try to secure the passing of Referendum Number  Seven, and also all those who  went to tine polls and voted.  As was the case with Referendum ��� Number Three, two  years ago, almost 38 per cent  cd those who voted did, in fact,  vote "Yes" and we were only  twenty-two votes short of the ,  three-fifths   majority   required  to ensure that the Referecdara  passed.  When the Referendum ss rep*  resented, it will be vital to ten-  sure that each and eyery person backs up his or her convictions by coming out and voting. Every vote counts when  a referendum can fail by only  two per cent.  PETER C. WILSON  Secretary-Treasurer  SB  THE AFFLUENT SOCIETY  The forces which attempt to <��$mpi our way of  life and otnr beliefs axe no respecters of gjsrsoos  or of countries, and if v.e are Jo combat these force,  effectively, then it will take much more than atomic-  age weapoa* or intercontinental ballistic missiles, for  thev: forces are to be numbered in many ways.  The backbone of any country is the moral  strength of its people* and this.has-'been brought to  our attention on many oc^ion* throughout tbe  history of man. In modern history there is a single  incident���The Battle of Britajn-^-When one uw an  can buy, .how an occasionally marked tendency to-  fmtory know*, thi* is riot ah isolated event.  We, who live in an affluent society/surrounded  by the numerous creature efforts, all which money  can buy, &how an occasionally market tendency towards moral laxity and laziness;,Wc tend to accept  the many things we' find around u* 'a* the end-products of our own initiative and ingenuity, and we are  very proud of ourscJvei���-but hot alway$7thank goodness. We seem lo be losing the ability to offer bur  ihanks, both to Almighty God and even man, furthermore, we are losing, or it would appear s<>7ihc  ability ro leach our children to gjve thanks to Almighty God for His spanifold btauing*.  We are finding it increasing difficult to find  God the Creator in many of our material achlcvc-  JT��cnt��, Wc'"look at the benefits wc po^K-M riot as  Items of 'luxury* any more, but a* lhat which is a  'neco-sity' in this life, How can we expect our children, brought up in this kind of atmosphere, lo have  any re��d understanding of such plain ''staiem'eni aV  'but for Ihc Grace of God wc arc nothing"/ If wc  arc not aware of ibis iruih, ihcn wc Are failing in  rcdponsibiliiics  m*muuumAmimu*xmu*mmmmxmtM\Munii  ESIDENTS  From   Halfmoon  Bay  to  the   Pender  Harbour area, including Francis Peninsula,  Madeira Park,  Irvines Landing,  Egmont, etc.  For a TOLL FREE call to  SIMPSON SEARS  Dial ZEnith 6912.  *iJ.lfl_.>pW\*pll..-*lt��* ��  our rc.ponsibjliiics io our children, ourselves, our  Ninety-nine per cent of them do precisely fc"ow'man- and�� ��bovc all, io pod the Father,  this lo the best of their ability, certainly yiot , "7 The'man who says^-'you can't take it <vltb you',  grinding any personal axe as so many appear l�� Irtdccd, a wive man, arid, whcihcr he know. It or  to suspect, ,ki noi, isrepealing the .words ty. Si. Paul���in hi. Jciicr  Majority pf^hosc who turned out to hear ���<> TJrnoihy���who was using the -words of lob, si.  the Minister were genuinely Interested.in seek- J'8ul,tY*iic 'Wc brouglit nothing Into this worl<l, and  ing answers to their questions, whicirtyw., the ��'!��cc��"i��'n Jh��t wc carry nothing out,The Lord gave  hole purpose of tfjc meeting, There was noth-' and ^e l-ord haih taken away; blessed b�� ihc name  /mg MMn(Jcrhandcd*Qr<*'tw;rc^  council leading to the Minister's appearance,   member that what God h���� given to each one of m  'hiring dtirjlfclimcwc (W) jri milily owe entirely io  IEW YEAR'S  The expansion had l>ccn discussed" and proposed,;�� great dciil of groundwork is involved  and explanations were necessary. It was therefore decided to invite Mr. Campbell over first  in order to explain the mechanics of such an  undertaking, prior,to further investigation und  meeting with tbosc concerned,  As axplained^by Commissioiier.iJill Swain,  J Jim. ihrough our iluiy 10 God and our duly )o mm,  We put our falih In material filings,' and wo  expect ihai wc MuillmiinaKc very nicely without ihc  Ciospcl; lhe Doctrine of Brotherly I-ovc; or even ihc  Worship ol ihe Church, How affiueni Is our wviciy?  -iThcRcvVf,;; If; Kelly,.  ���Iho Anglican Church of Canada,  Roberts Creek Hall  Dance to the music bf the  "FABULOUS VANCOUVtRltES"  FUN ~ FAVOURS ~ FROLIC  Admission $2.00  ��� ' ���. ��� ��� ���     '     *        ���  9 PM. to 2 A.Rr1,  )  X  -*   ���VI  I    I  J. t.i' !��W. '  .........,.,..��� I,**,,,. i,*���, ��� -xmwf, Wed  .i^S^feg  ,.'ll.  e^amwrn _��___��� A_. .1. _.__  ... I 4.    .  ;bef iU��. empty' ffltt$_^Cte ftZt&sp  i  \  !  .. *�����  !"'/"���  \  -1    * ���*���>* V"  * y>i  --y      .  Gibsons  '���Mil ifi ���:  A   ',)  gathering orfii^nce^mimsters'from'afercKs th&.^tto''~<ah��H^  They estop to report.on the economic^tttolE-fotfiil^  -~But' more   significant   still    *������- 7 '���' ^   ���" - - 7- ^ 7Twigr,trjfc grea^tttfttwfc^fe^j  was :tfaeir d^mptioa-al, their, ^tares^'the^m^  SEr^ w^STn/Th^ havef beeB7^ooW^ up^>^7%^^^^^^^Jj:]  They,said how much of the ;       -   ��    f> ,*. - ��%.., ^Fuiaaee~Bii_Sfa��-_i>���^^f^|^fJ  taxpayers, money  they* woidd ��*w before.-^   : ^ 7H^ fa BodOib^^^^  spend,   and* how *tbey  would      The Fi^ancf- ***"*"*'"��� *"*" *���"���-**-���"**-���*���i��-^"^^>UL___s_o-r-<��  ' spend it in the months ahead, the provinces;  ~ Ottawa1 no longer, operates on budget. iht^il r. ^      _ ^..>  the dark.in this regard. Not^ *��-*?pressing frpra their pomt ^Wt^m CSMritov��W-��-g( -  - . -1 .. * _ _pfc-F   rt>S___nw^ �������_��*    H__v,'imM*tn__   jV*  ���*-�����_��>.       .^ iAMJ4._--^ !__#-'__--���     ----J-t     __.__...___.___ ______��� =L   _...  only c  ment"  panics,  forecasts  well. Am -..-   t ���      ___  tcr^ idea of how their spending , jjjj  is going, it can then draft its  own budget in the. best interests of the, n; tion. \  Assuming - Kill employments  and. rising prices it witt theb  reduce its own outlays on goods  andj services. Alternatively, if  unemployment is on the increase and excess capacity exists, ln industry, it wttl^tay out  i moite money in order to get the  economy rolling again; '  The timing of these Finance  Ministers Conferences is also  significant. Generally speaking,' Ottawa leaves the construction of roads, dams, office buildings .and factories to  others. But it, e��n move in a  big way. When'^i' sjiQuld do so  ':'"��muit however,'5 he', determined  ���7well ahead of tim**. This Is* why  "thePearson Government carried out theso discussions with  thc Provinces In December rat  ther than waiting Until Its own  budget Is to be brought down  well Into the New Year..  Also Important Is tlio fact  /that the pi-ovlnees, collectively, now spend more money on  goods and services than docs  the nation as a whole. Ottawa,  by comparison, has been hold*  Ing the line. It,s tctful outlay,  as a percentage df Canada's  national Income, Is actually on  tho j decline. By contrast, the  outlays of the provinces, taken |ogcther with that of their  ESSO OIL FURNACI  No Down Payrtie  S 't< 7!s.i��7  1 ' . <:  Ten Y<  1.7.7* -  Bank Interest  To!>ay; 'Ay  t-Hn -i ��  COMPLETE LINE OF APPLIANCES  H< *w >  hh        i* *.      T(  For Tree Estimate - CaH 88&-272S  ��-  i 1  !i    i  NEED A CAR?  ��       \  *    ���-* p*i*_vw����MWppi    W��*W*����%>.M     H"M****��-*.    itwm m  NEW or USED  '< TRY  Peninsula  Molor Prod.  5EC-ULT, B.C.  Ph. 083.5.1 IT - T��. fnw-wuil  OooBlhb, ahhh.. .just what yoM're looking for.  Hf.d REAL ESTATE fast in the YELLOW PAGES,  Where your fingers do; the walking. ' 7 ,  *�����-. ,��**.����-. nriiM*. ��w-4��U.*��*iwW   ��*m_w^-��m>-.��**-<<-''i> ������*W"MI*  ��r   ,Cj y J,      *���-  ."_.' i  ���**       "  .3/���-   4*77       ^  Pp-'sTw 17f.fcJ  l��W Si* *v��   ,     ������  ||^(W77; 7��  ���Sp j,***      w -ft  i *���  ^Vl-7     -��   .    ">  t*V^^^  . *  r*_f"   *J  fei77>��HN7^  J^3g7il7777  -cv* 3 4 r _ *���*" ,*.   . \  x  ' S-I4r. *> "-V' .**��� f<* '*'_/ v  j��-" l"T**>-s^-7-*^  **���    V   _ V1  p-pj  -7^**I  tfe 7  ���w *-i/^.1**  *h  ^'7'  7  i i  �� S/t'B'ftA*-*^ rMW**** ** "<* tw. *W W��A_4-*Mt*.  J  r ���ymtib-^f #**��* *�����"*  MwWpeM-MrMWtaH^H *t*  ft**_4-*Mt*. JSjKP-r jRV   Mr l'��**,��  say  f Ci?  /or  Cabling rtlsciier  A British Columbia favorite  for more than Forty years;  ft**.**, ft. *.l-at-. A ��V**�����*��  ^   -W4. fe**^ fr ��^ ��** l^*9lW*��'��u**ft-'  ��/  p. .p. /  ��|,     %i   .   se,.  r.io?��--)iia K.V*   ***_*,        ������**  I.  /  Page A-6   Sechelt Peninsulo Times   Wed., Det. 22, 1965  7 777":!*'1H '7,  ;,\ ji.-'T*"' ^\ * ft* T j\ _j_" ^(  .    6  *       <".  1* *J  ���WW-                   w/  ,1  , !  r      )  Squaringly Yours  * I -    ���by Maurice Hemstreet  PANT, PANT! -Puff, puff Ipd a couple of vwheezest' it's  *   probably true that I e-tfen puff and pant when*l> ride����J  up three floors in "an elevator, at'least, that's what a  friend of mine keeps telling- me, but, then TV was "in a '  hurry and I'm in a hurry now.too, so I-will stick to;the_j-  .facts of square dancing, just the facts.    "*    ., ;    "7-"  Last Monday night at the Wil-  ARLENE Dominic of the 2nd Sechelt Brownies is too busy hugging her pussy cat  balloon to pull the cracker offered by happy little Angelina Dan. Barbara Kelly  (1st Gibsons ^ Guide Co.) and young Debbie Campbell shout "Pull" while Sioux Hartle waits for the bang. Sechelt Brownies had a wonderful time at the party in Gibsons, as guests of the 1st Gibsons Guide Oo. 7  Un-* Christmas cake  IT'S FUN training for your hostess badge when there is  a $amt cake like this one to serve. Jinny Alsager,  Colleen Husby, Linda Mcintosh and Mary Wray of the'  1st Gibsons Co. hold the cake for two young Brownies of  the 2nd Sechelt Pack to admire. Vicki Paul and Gerald-  ine August think that these four young hostesses really  "take the cake."  Reached 105 mph  before accident  CLOCKED at speeds of up to  .105 mph, a Sechelt juvenile  driving a late model convertible, came ,to an abrupt stop  when he lost control on a bend  at Davis Bay, coming into contact with a hydro pole.  The incident occurred at approximately 2 a.m. Sunday.. No  injuries wero reported but damage to the auto is estimated at  $800.  POLICE COURT  Marjory Audette presently of  Davis Bay, appeared before  Magistrate Charles Mittlcsteadt  last Friday following an incident in which she drove her  auto off the highway, ending up  in the ditch. .    ���  jCharged with driving without  duo care and attention, she was  fined' $50 and costs.  Ronald Nickerson of, Half*'  moon Pay, charged with being  intoxicated in a public place  was fined $50 and costs.  Stanley George Bryant of Sechelt, charged with failure to  remain oh his right side of tho  jroad ;caiislng;avnenr���;accident,  was  fined $50.  THB  TIMES IS A  UNION-LABEL   NEWSPAPER  ,7  Look I  TWENTY-SIX-Biwnies-of the-2nd%SechelfBrownlc Pack-  had a wonderful time at their Xmas Party. Godmother Mrs. Mildred Chambers presented each one with  a gift which Included the attractive brownie hankerchief.  Arlene Dominie's radiant smile proves'that, the gift was  much appreciated. Mrs, Gladys Ritchie is the new Grey  Owl of the pack. ,  You 'S^MTnT'The Times'  NEED A CAR?  MEW or USED  Peninsula  Motor Prod.  5ECHH.T, B.C.  Ph. 885-21!T7t��4 Fortwell  soiv Creek Com. Centre there  was a lot of'action, as the learners in square dancing went into  th^ir third night of lessons, the  v furnace was out so the dancers'  were quite vigorous and didn't  want to leave the floor, but this  -problem���was-soon-rectified -by-  another square dancer from the  Sechelt Promenaders club, yes,  Cal TingleyVHi, Heat Service  soon had everything working  just great.  Last Tues. night at, Pender  Harbour was the sight of more  fabulous action as three sets  danced their way through another night of square dance lessons. '  Friday's Jr. square dancing  was cancelled "due to a P-T.V  evening at the school where I  believe that Santa Claus was expected. I should have gone but  my taw said that I was too old  to believe in Santa, however, I  still say that if you believe in  something, don't let anyone tell  you different, you see, I missed  seeing Santa that night. i  The Sechelt Promenaders held  their Christmas dinner and  square dance last Saturday  night which was a terrific success. The dinner was just out  of tbis world and a large vote  of thanks' due  to  the square  dance ladies   who   were1  in  charge of all'the goodies that  were there to eat. Whoever said  that you can't have a good time \  at any dance,' banquet, must he  sick when they ..say that .you  -just can't-haVe-anyrfun- unless-  you're half submerged in alcoholic   beverages.   They  should'  come to a square, dance just-  once and find out how the one  set of people really know how  to live. '.No headache the next  day either.  ��� Gibsons Squarenaders held ,  their Christmas dance at' the  Hopkins -Hall last' Sat. night  with over "four sets attending,  and the information I received  -was that it was the. best durned  square dance night they have  seen in quite a while. The informant said they had the same  young caller, Harry Robertson.  ���Peg-and-I-\vouId-like-to-take_-  this opportunity to wish all our  friends, relations, square dance  friends in Sechelt, Wilson Creek,.  Roberts Creek, Gibsons, Pender  Harbour, Port Mellon, West Sechelt, Albek-ta, Vancouver, State  Side, across Canada and Vancouver Island especially Lake  Cowichan area���a very MERRY  CHRISTMAS and a square  dance HAPPY NEW YEAR.  THANKS  To those who supported me during the  recent municipal elections I wish to extend my sincere thanks.  To oil I offer my Best Wishes for Christ- <  mas ond the New Year... ;>  SAMUEL DAWE  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  ��� This free reminder of coming events Is a service o.  SECHEU AGENCIES LTD. Phone Scchch Peninsula  Times direct for free listings,, specifying "Date pad".  Please note thot space Is limited ond some odvonce dotes  may hove to wait their turn; olso thot this is o "reminder"  Jlsting only and cannot alwoys carry full details.'  A'z77<"'7';7-.r'/".:'.'    ' . y,  Dec, 23~-Community carol singing around the Christmas Tree in Sechelt during thc early evening,  ,PCC*,23-~8!0Q p.m. Sechelt Elementary School Activity  Room, Slide Show featuring Hawaii.  Dec. 2-4-~Lady of Lourdcs Church. Carols  11:30 p.m.  followed by Midnight Moss.  ���j   ��� "  Jan. '1���9 p,m.*2 o.m. New-Year's Evo Dance ot Roberts  , Creek Hall.'  Jan,  1��� Pender Harbour Community ,Ha.|.*Novv Year's  Eve Dance, >  SEASON'S GREETINGS  JO ALL  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  REALTY and-INSURANCE  Phone 885-2161  ,*S��<i*�� ��> HiHi W*_��*ii>W **M*.JiMi* **_!����>���  I.  >*'.1.  MWiWR^^B^fteJWstBiW^^^tBrti^pteWJW.  r""'T  ���   , . r ;f*'t'V ~.     r.      {  m -, .-)-��*; ������-**_ *���  ^-I^V-J.^  e  <k  >y~  -e  erman and logger and now em, f rWed./Dec. 12/1965 .Sechelt Peninsulo Times   PogeA-l-?  ployed- with 5 MB&PR.in. Powell " :���.' ^ -  ZRiytsvyisy. a .good' example, "of;/  ;-<m>ne.' who."  CHRISTMAS' 1965. "Peace, on ,EarttlfTGoodWiU To All"  . * ' Men."���People ;throughout7all. Christian countries/.  andindeed in njany .otherjs, in .their own individual w*ay  'practices   what'he'7nessy HosPiteI on DeC- & for ,.|J:S.. comhat.forces-iri^VietNam;  ^-J��v J__hW n���nlon   **<*<*<**<Always Wnly inter-'\d.^f* ^S<a ^tomalbi��^ ���/^,JM?s?^feloni^ted>^   \  ���by John Duniop 7 ested in our younger feneration,,   tipn that/has/been  bothennff I tour *>��; duty with the ifavy us ,  Jimmy has^rigged .up a gymna77him *��^Te'^'"^ **&** aad' **'"**-*-  slum and is Conducting classes,   are, OJ^: Jean-Pierre and that, ,time; being,  is  now on hoine  -in weightliftingfor boys in the    you will.be home for Christmas, -service.   Yesterday they  were  ...       . t_    _    _,    -_.. _.._-,,._-_       . -     Powell Rivet-district   This   in       The recent death*ofJMrs.lFay4/hoys   without   a   care .in  the- -  Will celebrate:the birth 0f;ChnSt,  almost ��000: years , ^ZmiXi^hoS'^dotb^   .P^ge of Sechelt < calls toymfa_aeWorld,   today, they   are   men;,  ago, *, *   d7<    ,   7 -�����^r������'���   "�� :���r���'  Sports in'Vhich he lends'a belp-% the facfstbat Hafry ^and' Faye 7 treading'a difficult and danger-  _._._._._ _._..._.. .._.,...      __.*_.- ���j *__- v.  _____ .     .-   .v     .   __. _ r-   sr, ���.____._._..,,��� _.    ous path m.the service of their-  At .the  1 preserved  1 season.  We/will'.haye' family.  'gatherings,0 we will exchange  gifts, the more fortunate among  us \yill sit down Jo the traditional* Christmas' dinner' and some  of us will gather at a* place of  eventually tbe minds .of all people, At^the 'moment it is only a  dream; in the future, with effort and determination, it could  be. reality.'   7       '   _*____'"-   **  Since*- starting," with .the  weights- a" few months lago,  Jimmy finds that, there, is a  considerable   improvement  Coming  here 'from Pender .^Harbour, in '  the late 1920s .J-airry^ wasJ pri-  jrnarily a fisherman^ with occa-.  .   ,    r .. in y, sional - hahd-logging  interludes,'  _____  Jt___L_<__^7phyMc^  wdrshipTIOact, the;gr^at ma- ��� - Robert   Burns/ one   of   the1 W$*T af lbat ^ ^ PUPJ*$- ^.,household chores and the super-*  jority'.of people,wUl, in some/ world's greatest humanitarians/-  5,ome*Jl1 Egmont, and* one in, vision of their family of three  way,or Other* make Christmas   penned the following immortal * w^nO-Wry ��� a -   district, keeps- boys ,and two girls. .On behalf  " lines in 1794. They/were true    the Wallaces busy computing on  2,000 years ago as they arel to-' hol��days and long weekends be  Bay a little different and friend  ship and goodwill will be* a little  more prevalent    *  '    ���*  If ..these sentiments can prevail within the home,,, why can  they not he extende4 to national  and. international levels? A'  little' less greedf a -little more  understanding of our fellowman,  whatever his race, color or  creed; a realization that there  are good'and desirable points in  any ideology, not only in our  own; more love and less hate  in the hearts of all of us* Then,  -and-then-onlyr^will-tliis^fipple  day.  ��� "Then let us pray that come it  may;  As come it.will for, a' that;  /That' sense and worth, o'er a'  the "earth,  May bear the-gree,  and a'  that.  For at that and a' that,  It's coming yet, for a* that,  ��� That man to man the wa^ld o'er  Shall brothers be for a' that."  EGMONT EYEDROPS  . tween here and - Powell River  -and vice versa. Wife Dolly and  son Allen, the latter a student  ��� at Pender Harbour Secondary  School, are remaining in the Egmont home, at least until Allen,  graduates. Another sdh, Nicky,  is working at Toba Inlet logging  camp. Powell River youth are  -fortunate in having a. man like  Jimmy Wallace in their district,  a. man whose actions speak  .louder than words.    *       .*- *'  ,ot~ their*, many friends'in this  area, we > extend ,our deepest  sympathy/to Harry and the  family.   _ - "* '     ' \   /  ,For quite a number-of years  back. Bill1' Hoover, - his -wife  Jeanette and their three sons,  Bill Jr., Bob and Barry have"  been more or less regular sum.-  mer visitors at ttbe home of  Jeanette's. mother, Mrs% Myrtle  Dalton and her brother, the  late BUI Blakely. Today Bill Jr.,  now a lieutenant in the U.S.  Army   after   graduating   from  country. May good fuck be their  lot.-        '    'J   .  / -��� '        '     -  ���     "  Bill and Bob, both permanent  ..members- <A the U.S.   armed  forces, ^are - following 'in "their ^  father's/footsteps. .Bill Sr. re^_7  "tired from-the U.S. Army;in ,*-  1958^ 5vith/the> rank' of Lieut.-  ' Colonel, and after 22 years se'ry-  -,ice. Seems like it>wasuohly yes- ���  terday since we/first* met the  Hoovers back around 1955. They  Kave become ^'well-known rand  have mad^lrriat^friends in "Egmont over the years and' it is  hoped that the future will find  ' all of them enjoying Myrtle's  hospitality as- they- have 'done ,-  "in the past.    *,+:   -  A  VERY  MERRY  CHRIST-''  MAS TO ONE AND ALL.  -Jimrmy "Wallace onetime~fisfi*:~~~Jeah Blais, entered  Shaugh-   West Point in 1964, is with the  A strike, once the course of  last resort. now_ seems_lhe_path_  of least resistance.  ewd an  ���mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmx  Ch&mS&w Centre  *  Wilson Creek _  __f ' ' - v  lews  of your business Ibad^rs  I    ��_       ___.-i   Deafen for P.M. Conadien - McCuIIoch ���  Homelite ��� Pioneer ond Stihl Chain Sows.  COMPLETE STOCK OF ALL MODEL*.  Portar ond Repair Service  Telephone '885-9626  !  _.  Your Peninsula Centre  *.      _ -1  for furniture, Appliance*?  Soles ond Service  Neven's Radio & T.V.  SALES and SERVICE  For Your  Viewing  Pleasure,  \  Richter's T.V. & Radio Lid.  Sechelt. 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Poth' _ doctors  STORM" warnings .that Canada may be rocked by* a ma*,' -a. ere soft-spoken men who" set  , jar medicare' controversy even .'more violent than ont - their argumentsrrJSut loud  the turbulence that developed over-the'medical services, and clear,the storm warnings  scheme in Saskatchewan .in ,1962}, were funded recent-' -*canie through, topthe-detegates:  ly. The^warnings were heard/daring the working con-   can afford it   <��� 7  ference on the implications of a health charter for Carta* - ���&,.. Justice Hall oj��ened the  dians. "     ���        ^ . /T"! ; ~���^������!T7^~*    Conference ^witb an. address In  Sponsored* by 21 .national' or-', ity if benefits, ^hem people, arc whteh'.he contended' that the  ganizations to" educate" church, absent .from "the province or Economy can affbrtf.'increased  labor, ~ private welfare,, farm, * when they move^their h&mes to* Health."and" education eosls at"  'student and Somen's organiza-    _���>.��. Tiai**:������....*-* '- -    7 ����� ,.     the -rattm*. time-.. Hi_' said. there"  * - s<,'.  tions, about health" issues and.  -proposal^oi^medie^^areHri^  - surancerthe "conference attract^  led nearly 250  delegates.  another "��� province.  TThe-repbrtlof the Royal Com  mission headed/ bjr'Hon. Enf  The    mett M.,_HaD^ Justice of the  conference mT^m^faim ^V.^preme Court af <����*���,.**��  the Han-Royal Commission that   **eaAV generated coratferaMe  recommended a national health* f*TS$J^^J^, ���������- - t ��� ~�����  services plan for Canada. Prime ?.p���vi^f * fTK 1 P�� ^ ��-��se two essential service.  Minister U B. Pearson has set '**!}* .and >contnbuhng:to,. o  greater   pubue .knowledge ���of  medicare that-the .conference  on health services was conven*  ed. , .        .  the same- tftne.-JHe' said-there*  cannot and shouJeP Sot - be' any-' y  question of ^ctesft or-ijf-prior-���  ity between the needs of betterl  education >andv those' of. good  he^lttL He   qrgfted   that   the -  Canadian  economy  is ��� strong,  enough-' to carry. - concurrently'  7.  Jan. 1, 1967 as the. target for  implementing medicare, across  Canada.   -  -* liie Canadian Government at  a Federal-Provincial conference  earlier this year, subject to  parliamentary approval, . has  said it will support provincial  means  of  Congratulations  PICTURED here on the left, Dr: A. J. Cunningham, director of Coast Garibaldi Health Unit has been  awarded certification in the specialty of Public Health   ����*��** ^g* ,,     .   M,  f$n the Roy*t CoHeg?-fP^^:^S^SSi��' 1^25^*55 .  Canada. Witti. torn are Senior Public Healthijnqp-aetii*^^^^^  -_3^fi77IVracD0n_a<i-and^hainn^ the medicare  fiffalth Jim Ford of; Powell Riyer.      ^ , /v: *"��' pian. If only calls for a-general  '    '       t" . ���"*-���" "^' ' "'   " Federal-Provincial   understahd-  For Operating CQS1S . . . ing as  to the nature of  the  which  The great medicare debate  was thereby transferred to the  main ballroom. of ������ Ottawa's  plush Chateau Laurier V hotel.  There an.officer, of the Cana-,.  dian Medical Association and  * Hfr" was*followed the ftext day,  by t)r. Jfcrhn E. F. Hastings; at'  the -Wtdversity of .Toronto.,Prof/  Bastings' said1 that the- issue .of:  "med-care" tar "fa effect been  settled** as a resulf of the, Fed-  erar-Provincial meetings earlier  this5year.' 3 '.  .But if was far from ''settled*1  ���see page A-10  health  wiU  programs  tJnion Board oi - Health S^pU'S^1 contnbu*  f The federal government' h3S  proposes fund raising  HOLDING the last meeting of the year at Gibsons last  ? week, members of the Coast Garibaldi Union Board  of Health discussed the raising of funds for operating  costs. It was proposed that school boards contribute   vided by physicians, both gen  laid down four criteria on which  such an understanding should  be based. They- are:    ���,  BENEFITS' SCOPE.      ,  (1) The scope of the benefits  should be all the services pro-  onj* cent per pitpiL  Rnnds were needed for the  $10Mevy which the Union Board  o&rHealth should pay to the  Canadian Public Health Association, stationery and booths at  fall fairs or similar public functions.    t _.      . ,  The provincial V government  would match any amount  .raised to the sum of $160- plus  the $50 grant for promotion.  Booths would display slides  and literature and possibly1 a  smoking machine illustrating  the danger of smoking.      I  Attending  the  meeting  were  Dr. .A.   J.   Cunningham,   Mr.  W. B. MacDonald, Miss A.J.  Stark and representatives from  -"the three school .districts: Mrs.  Celia Fisher (JJlo. 46), Mr. Jim  Ford (No. 47), Mr.  T.  Foug-  bergr (Ner, 48) who also, represents of Corp. "of. Pemberton.  '   Senior   Health   Nurse,   Miss  Stark spoke on her recent Visit  to Woodlands School for retarded children and praised the en-  ��� thusiasm of the staff there. The  waiting list has lessened some-  , what and children are accepted  according to the emergent na  ture of their -problems. Some  children bad been placed in  foster homes close to the school  so that they"could stili,attend  for treatment.  Mrs. Fisher wondered what  could be"~done for students, not  retarded *, hut emotionally disturbed and unable to study. It-  seems that very BtQe has been  accomplished in B.C. but Ontario is providing special facilities for -such students.  Senior Public Health Inspector Barry McDonald recently at-'  tended a Civil Defence Course  in Arnprior, Ontario together  with some 55 doctors, nurses  and engineers from across Canada. ' There is a dire need for  public instruction on emergency  measures in times of national  disaster, and in the-event of nuclear warfare said MacDonald.  The attitude of people attending  the course changed from initial  indifference to one of zest before the course terminated.  Meetings of the Coast Garibaldi  Union  Board , of  Health  will be held( either in Sechelt or  , Gibsons during 1966, announced  the chairman, Mr. Jim Ford.  .,  eral practitioners and specialists.  (2) The plan should be universal. It should cover all resi-.  dents -of ��� the pYdvince on'urd*'.  form terms and conditions.  (3) The plan must be publicly  administered,     either   directly -  by the  provincial  government  or by a provincial government  agency.  (4) Each    provincial    plan  should.provide full transferabil-  ^School District No. 46  (Sechelt)  -- The results of the electior*' for*three school  trustees for o two-year period commencing on  January 1st, 1966. are 9s follows:  ... r  Name Votes Received  DOUGLAS, Donald Gardner (E) ��� 315  FISHER. Celio*ftiaiie ��y; 265  HORVATH, Joseph Roger (E> ___ 272  JACKSON, Leslie Jooi* HI 243  The result of the Referendum vote is as. follows:  YES: 579 NO: 423  The Referendum is therefore^defebted; since the re-3  ��� '    4 rp        ���**-    *     --1 /  qtiisite 60% majority is locking.      ^ ,        ,  %     7   7   . -  * -  Peter O'.-W#/spa7  . ' Reljurnii^^icer  3SSS_SSE_SSS_33 "'   '  1  Ibuy life insurance? Because tl'tt tf��*Hone  sure investment that provides both immediate and future security;; No one  Jcnows when death wffl strike;;, but you.  and your faraUy can,be prepared financially no matter what happens. Call:  ���)  -V-  For further  Information   ..  wrlro to  Box 381   SECHELT,  im-*c "      "���*��� m\\  B,C.  'v Brypn E. purklnthaw t ��&r     .   *��  Robert E, !>������  .1  Tue  A����Uf��A-p-CK CO***Ntt   ip  5%. OFF  Pioneer Chaini Saws and Accessories  COCViE IN ami see our SPECIALTY TREE  BIG SAVINGS ,  on Chair? Saws and  ' Accessories,  FOR HOME OWNERS.  LAST JMINUTE SHOPPERS--T^  THIS IS IT-���AT YOUR  CHAIN7SAW CENTRE  WjLSON CREEK, p.C.  Phon<  feai  ���M  Ki.. Wb*W-4i-*** .!"-***��>���-*����� B�� .iW*-*.* i*  ��� WiMilW Im ./  '   t  MORE  ABOUT ,'. .,'  % Referendum  4. " 1 -i- *- .  7^    ;      ���from page A-1~  ��� >   . > -1 ' *"      *  w # s   hoped ~ io, _ mimeograph  copies for next year.,"  * Slow learners,at Sechelt are  making7pro_ress due to indi^  vidualf attention, and good progress and keeri1 interest is being  shown hy pupils in Mrs. Wiren's  French class at" Roberts- Creek.  WqJy'Pec;>E2, 1965   Sechelt Peninsulo Times   Poge A-9  50, car vessel ���* v**  ���.'  - ***���.  M.V. Bowen Queen  joins ;ierr _7ileet ��� 1  .-*"*_  *8n-  !   i  Mrs. Wiren recommended  that a trained remedial teacher  ON DECEMBER 17/1965, "the acceptance ceremony ofJ  the M.V. Bowen Queen will take place in Victoria's  ._��_��*. ���*-,-,������������.����   .Inner Harbour. The Premier of the Province of ^ritish^  was ares!a^xeq^SAfor ^the.   Columbia, the-*Hon7 W. .A. Cr Bennett, will~]^epflffer~  reading program.*   ' '      shiP on behalf of British Columbia Ferries' and the peo-~  Island-Horseshoe" Bay>  pleinehtary" readers jn/Jrhe  schools, the district Is still short,  especially in the * intermediate  grades. Improved library facilities in ihe district' are appreciated by teachers'and students,  said Mrs. Wireh.   *  CORRESPONDENCE  Mr. Don Macklam of Canadian Forest Products,   has _ re-  ' The M.V. Bowen Queen is  the latest ship in the world's  largest ferry system. It fea-  tures many innovations such as  molded fibre-glass furniture,  self service sandwich bar and  360-degree angle of vision in a  single wheel house.  The M.V. Bowen Queen,*.with."     __,. - ~~     7~~    ^V ���- _.  ..    in ..     , ��.���     ���.       The water shortage is getting  its 50-car- capacity .design and, sobad ^ todayBI gQt\ lett  Bowen  ��� run.'-' ,, v. ~ _������    ".. ^       . ���  .This, ship,  the ,22nd .in.-the  British Columbia Perry* Service,'  completes   phase', number  two'  in the expansion program  ot'  the world's ' largest ferry'system.   / 7 "  Recent visitor  FLYING visit to Sechelt was made last week by'Mini-  ster of.Municipal.Affairs Dan Campbell, who attend- iatt ^urw rmHKUt   ^ ^  e��*a public meeting to discuss proposed expansion of nuested a meeting with the- -   .���        ���- - ��   village boundaries. He is seen ajt'the. Municipal Airport board in regard to the' propos-   rQom f?r m ^Z5**��*** w*,s��.   ter with the stamp pinned on the  bidding farewell to Village Chairmah Christine Johnston ed'students' counseling service.    **&> service immediately on the- envelope. '-      "*-.,_  as he prepares to Tsoard his* plane for Victoria.' ' ��� It was recently suggested by,  -"��� ������ ��� Mr. Horvath'that supervisors*at  "*" the mill should advise students  *                        *         -*v of job opportunities. It wqs_a^  >   ���Big Town U.S.A.  A FEW QUOTES from Hal Boyle's column, very timely,  . "life is the opening of,many doors/' One often opens  them with trepidation because they lead to situations  one may never have faced before but there is a single  door one may open without fear, confident of what lies  on the otherside, that is the door of memory.  As the years pile i)p. for most    -������ U   of us, it becomes an increasing pleasure to open that d<jor  more often and take a restful  mental stroll back down times  past cbrridor.  You've bad a pretty long walk  in that corridor yourself if you  can remember when. Every fat  man thought he looked slimmer  in a vest and double-breasted  suit 4A fellow bad to borrow  money from hte���^ife for his  mid-day meal, if "Is worked  near a saloon that ser ed a free  lunch. a  Most  American  homes   still  had mice in them, every fire-  house  had   a   Dalmation  dog  usually called spoj;  The only  Americans who regularly cooked their meals outdoors in summer were the residents of hobo  jungles. Only children, believed  in Santa Claus; many a widow  managed to eke out a living in  prohibition days by selling home  brew in her kitchen at 35 cents  a pan: A chocolate soda with  two dips of ice cream sold for  15 cents. The thrill of a lifetime wa.��| to become tho first  Idd in your -block to catih tho  measles:   People  drank   more  buttermilk than skim mityg. Tho  best friend of boyhood was the  neighborhood iceman he would  always   let  you "cat  the  cold  chips that fell on the floor of his  wagon;  You knew a girl wns  i    ready for matrimony when she  started learning how to knit a  pair of men's socks.  Yes we can go a long, long  way back, nnd sometimes I  think it does one good to go  back, life wn.s really worth living in those days. Thc stress  ���        i    "'       * ."*  ���'���;--::::lj|iy? Sluggish?  Feel Better Fast  When you fool tired, olugRiflh,  headachy, nil drogm-d out-  feel better font with Cnrtor'fl  \t. ��� ��� ... h\f.t\o JLivor 1'Jlln, (lontlo, ��iur��  ' Cftrtor'aLlttloLivorPilliihnvo  boon helping Cnnndinna for  i *��� _��....Y"_.!r.vwy"*r?.,..^^��^.ppp^p.*p^v'*pp*j^to,��*pi-^,w-*i*M  *^���-���"-**1�����-���~*���Krtbh tiny pill contnlna ,  Cnrtor'M exolumlvo formula tlint  ban n very nnoclnl actionVon  your liver. Thia apodal notion  ��� istimulntea tho liver bile. Kcena  It flowing freely, Aidn .the  functioning of your digontivo  nyfltom. li)n��w nwny that tirod,  upmet, nlugginh finjling, Helps  *      yon fool good ngnin. T  8o the next time you fool  tired, nliiKRloh. hondnchy, tnko  Cnrter'a Utile Liver Pills nnd  ,   feel i>ot.t��r fnuti Cnrler'u Utile  ���   J-ivor Pills, only 4OfS,  and strain were not there, and  even today with' a life span that  is getting longer and longer as  the years go by, there is not  the peace and quiet, the pace of  today is certainly not inducive  to longer living.  It is rare to see young folk  enjoying ^old folks company,,  when you<- do meet it, it is indeed a rarity. Young people  miss so much when they have  no time for the oldsters, but  that's life I guess, and progress.  -greed-^hat^MrrMacBanrshouId  consult with Mr. W. S. Potter,'  Mr. D. Skelton and Superintendent Gordon Johnson.  Mr. Robt. Barker's request  that the board lend visual aids,  records and tapes to the Free  School at Roberts- Creek was  turned dqwn- In bis letter Mr.  Barker pofnled oat that parents  of pupils at the school were  paying school taxes .which  'should entitle them to this service. The board felt that these  aids should remain where'they  would do most good, especially  as there were not enough to  distribute in the area now.  One little girl piped up, "Because you are so handsome!"  (He couldn't resist that argu-  ent In fact he bbught six  Mcesr "There's no brighter  sales tools," be murmured, than  truth and honesty."  ROGKGAS  PROPANE LTD.  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S  V i/c7  "V  Poge A-10   SecheUr Peninsulo Times  Wed.; Dec. 22,1965 .  Roberts Cre&k News  *^-Ey> Florence McSavaney  :committee of"s&. w-is chosekta. assist*'Mrs. Baba itt final  araapgementsifc^r tlje smorgasbord to tie held, Feb. 12.  Tickets a*-�� tor be available '>J~~    ^~Z n '  ''.    "  as tKey,can*be printed. As-Mrs��     , "R�� village, corner is very  Shupe is leaving,for Sainton    tag-* and-1gay. this^year with  Ann_affer the Christmas holi.   ��&*&..J&M** m< the-Iibrgrg  Mrs,!  days, Mrs,! Forbes w?s elected  treasurer. Mrs. Hughes was appointed in charge of. volunteers  from this auxiliary. A small  presentation was made- to Mirs.  Shupe in, appreciation. of h<ar  work  during ,the. past..'year.  and post office.' A iiwunbeci1 of  people  has^ displays V* in  their-  yards and windows, and it is be* -  ginning - to  look  like  a ��� gay  Christmas.  7B5T. M. Stevens and Mr. Oscar loua are, in. hospital recov-  Brian Swanson vei_y Iriitiflly 7 ejrfng from, surgery; but we all  brought* Ms * accordian   and*   hope "they -will be feeling suffi-*  played while coffee was served.. " ciently  recovered   to   enjoy  T^ds' was- enjoyed by everyone .Christmas turkey-, as usual. ',  I .-- ������- Clirisf mcis^Greetings  I     f-a attorn friends .  MORE: ABOUT  Baby. Clinic  �� Ottawa report  ���from plge A-8  in the views of Dr. Victor Gold-  hloom of Montreal, who represented the Canadian Medical  Association. and. Dr. Samuel  Wolfe, medical director of the  Saskatoon community clinic in  Saskatchewan where govern-  ' ment medicare is now function-,  i��g- ...7'  /Dr. Goldbloom insisted that  doctors must h^ve; the* right to  opt out of any national or provincial medicare program. He  pointed out that the. Saskatchewan plan gave them that right,'  but the doctors had to fight for  it. ��� '    ,.  %3*"As long_as that-door is left  open���as loug-^as.. doctors are  free to walk out-*~they'll walk  in- If you bar that door, they'll  break it down to walk out," he"-,  told the conference.  "This,!' he said,"is the major  lesson, of Saskatchewan. If it is  not learned we will be in danger  of going through the same thing  and that would be very unfortunate for. Canada."  VERBAL BLAST  Dr.  IVolfe let fire with this  7^rbal^blast:j7'!rhere has been  ,'a��lot of'nonsense spoken in recent years  about government-  sponsored  medical  care plans  and their supposed evils."  He defended the scheme now  operating in Saskatchewan. He  ,said, "There is no reason why  we in- Canada cannot have the  best of all medical worlds���a  national plan run by the provinces; an intelligent and informed  public , and^ Satisfied, self.gov-  , erning health professions.''  Dr.   Wolfe   added   however,  "Now having said all this, I am  ���not naive enough, having lived  through the medical caro controversy in Saskatchewan to believe, that theso matters can be  carried out without major* conflicts -��� conflicts both between  doctors and certainly between  ,. the profession and the public."  Dr.   Hastings   agreed   that  there 7 would   be   considerable  vmmsmm  wmmRMm  Thp, Times  mUe 805-9624  MR. AND MRS. J. A. MACKUN  ORY. AND EVE MOSCRIP  ^THE^THINGSTHejTdo to a fellow these days,," thinks -%  baby George Lizee, just three months and receiving ^'g  his first immunization shot against Whooping Cough, |  Dipther^a and Polio. Clinics for pre-school children are  held regularly at St. Mary's Hospital, first and thjrd  Thursdays in the month from 1:30-3:30 p.m. Also once  per month at Irvine's Landing, Egmont, Halfmoon Bay  and Madeira Park Schools. George is the son of Mr ��nd  Mrs. R. R. Lizee of Sechelt.  controversy in the future before;  the medicare plan finally became operative. 7He^d^7_Th6L  skirmishing is '"'by''"'Icio"''means-*  over and the sound and fury  may well rise to new crescendos  in.the months ahead, but of the  end result there can no longer  be.any doubt.  HEAR ECONOMIST  Before it ended the conference heard an economist set  out the economic reasons why  Canadians would in the end  turn to a government- sponsored  medicare program. Prof. J. J.  Madden of the Economics Department at Guelph University  also argued that Canada has  sufficient doctors to "supply the  needs that would result; from  the nation-wide program.  He admitted that the plan at  first    would -.lead   to    longer  queues for physicians' services.  But after a decade the country  would have been able to-step  up its training of qualified  young-,.m(aua^wpmena|!^.meet  tlie hioui-lmg 3eraanft_C he believed.  As to cost the economist believed that by 1991 all Canadians on the average, would be  getting three timep as- -much  health service as they did in  196K iButvf_rst.;Canada..must go  through the period of stormy  controversy. iThe word coming  out of the conference seemed  to suggest that after the sound  and'-'fury had abated���as abate  it must���all will be; well, .both  physically  and economically.  TI - y  The only difference 'between-  a successful man and a failure  is that the successful man is  mistaken- only  two  times  out  of five, while - the unsuccessful  man is  mistaken three, times  out of five.,  se  1961 Valiant Station Wagon $    995  1960 Cadillac Sedan Seville $   2195  Full power Equipped ^  1960  Full power Equipped  Chevrolet Sedan V8       Automatic  Jfcjjj 1295  625  395  . Low Mileage, excellent shape  I960 Vauxhall Victor Sedan &  1958 Chevrolet 2-door  Sedan J  1958 Buick 4 door Hardtop <fc  1050  1956 Olds 4 door Hardtop ___&    395  Runs Good ��� Good Transportation **^  PICKUPS !/2 TONS  I960 INTERNATIONAL, Covered box  1958 CHEVROLET..y2. ton   1950 CHEVROLET  Vi  ton  1  PHONE ��� WIRE ��� WRITE  PENINSULA MOTOR PRODUCTS   ��  (1957)   Ltd. ���'{  Sechelt, B.C, ~~ Phono 886*2111 h  ���TA*������i��t����***_._n*����_i��-��^^  LOUIS, ANOt .PAULINE BENDER  MR. AHD MRS. TOM BLIGU  GORD AND MAUREEN HALLANoKfilRLS  SAM AND ADA DAWE     \  . VERN AND ANN RICHTER     \  ERIC AND BONNIE PEATKAU AND FAMILY  WALTER AND IRENE BURTNICK   '  ALAN AND ROSA SWAN AND FAMILY  JACK AND LEE REDMAN  BILL AND BEULAH LAWSON AND FAMILY  DICK AND VONA CLAYTON AND FAMILY  CLIFF AND PEGGY CONNOR AND MARY  LEO AND ELSIE JOHNSON AND FAMILY  GUNNAR AND PHOEBE-HANSON AND SANDRA  MRS. Z. McCREA  DAVE AND JUDY PARISH AND LANCE  ERVIN AND DIANNE BENNER AND GIRLS  HOWARD AND ELEANOR CARTER  In lieu of Christmas cards we have sent  donations to St. Mary's Hospital  Auxiliary Memorial Fund.  a  r  .   ARTEL �� BRWSHCOLUMBIATTIEPHONECOMPANY  j, u, cwvu  OOUOUS C. WATT  New Appointments Announced  ��� Appointment of J. C. Carlile as Vice-President ~ Finance, and  Douglas C. Watt as Vice-President-Staff Services Is announced by  J. Ernest Richardson, President and Chief Executive Officer of British  Columbia Telephone Company. Both appointments are effective  January 1,1966.        7 I 77. "77'  I Both Mr. Carlile and .Mr; Watt oro native British Columbians  and both aro graduates of the University of British Columbia,  Mr. Carlile bas beert Assistant Vice-President Finance and Mr,  Watt has been Director of Staff Services since Juno I of this yoar,  In his new capacity Mr. Carlile will be responsible for financial  and revenue forecasting and .planning J/lr. Carlile graduated from ���  thO University of British Columbia In Electrical EnglneerlngJ%"]i��f44,,  Ho obtained his Commerce degreo from U.B.C. In 1946 following  servlco In the Canadian Army, His business careor.began In 1946  with Canadian Industries Ltd. From 1950 to 1954 he served with  Brazilian Traction light & Power Company In South America; Ho  joined B- 0. Tel on June 1- )1954 as an engineering assistant and  has been promoted seven times previously. Among his posts >��� wero  thoso of General Plant Supervisor, Coastal Division Engineering and  Construction Manager, Director of Material Purchasing and Controls,  ���Ond'Director of"StafffServiC6S*,^"���fci,***w^**^wwi*w^  Mr. Watt will bo In charge of futufo pfenning and engineering,  plant and traffic and commercial operations, Ho attended elemental  and high schools In West Vancouver and graduated with a Bachelor  of Arts degree from U.B.C. In 1941. Aft��r several months1 on tho,  accounting and payroll staff of Burrard Dry D6ck Co, Ltd., ho Joined  B, C. Tel on August 6, 1945 as a development engineering clerH,  After a brief period with another, company ho returned to B. C. Tel  ' JfyFobruary 1948 and has served the Company since In various capacities, Including General Commercial Engineer, Coastal District Manager, Coastal Division Manager and Assistant Director of personnel,  . I.l>m  M(.  "V  i iJ,.4��.��;��M��* \.. /  r.f  .^y  Wed., Pee. 22, 1965   Sechelfr Peninsula Times .PpgeA-JII  m~  Hunters question  togging road use  j explained by  -��  "CAN YOU use ol<i lagging roads 1o, go 'baotagZ^isra  ��A 2u^?on * get ^Fte frequently, said-Tony Gargrave,.  MLA, .There are a variety of answers to'iliis-qiresfioh,  ne-saick -. ���.-.���'��� */ ....���r.^^rr.wT--*-  If tiie logging road is over  private property tben, of "course,  \ Awouflid-te^himternrimstTBepa-  $isloJ_leap&  ���#w     MtpUAW.1,       Xa_.-4t7|.     J^fr&lWJ - -J.^^*'J> '  ate Mth the owner of the prop-    linlrl   OAviAoQ  >re he can enter. It is ' UUIU.   DCilUa   0  -.._���*.  _*���__-_�����������.        ____  Wl w^T ��s? mc>r* .^soii to go to compete the io- leens commefe  _���_, n!? Can?tiia" Junior Red Cross, Teen Home Nurs-       ���       * wmp��,��,  Sg C2x2��i-4studelxls are busy with pressure bandages,   lllircinn rmircn  Mrs. RuHi Stone checks the work of Eleanor WaUis wffile   "UIMIIIJ  l/UttlMJ *w .��-�������. uu^rs snoma  VelmaSy.WatCheS Dayle BmingS,ey ^5^��^^  Sunshine Coast ... -   ""  'erty before ^ _.,   unlawful to enter other people's  private property vrathaut their  permission, Gargrave said.  If the logging road is over  crown land then ^he person who  wishes to use the road should  - contact tbe local Forest Ranger  to find out who is the owner of  this particular road or who constructed it or who is actively  using, it.  The would-be hunters should  then approach lhat person and  SUNSHINE - Coast Pistol'league, held its last _$boGf_D*Hc.-  12 at 4he Gibsons Bod and <&in  Club, hosted by the/ Squamish  club, with five teams participating. 7 ''7   -   y i  Neixt shoot is scheduled tor  January 9th at 1fce Seda&t EOd  and Gun - club. Scores were: <  Squamish 1491, RCMP 1357,  Gibsons 1517, Sechelt No: j2  1305, Sechelt No. 1 1291.   - ' "7  Tourist Association  plans summer eampigii  'Course which Mrs. Jill Fergus-  son has been holding in the  basement of St Mary's Hospital  for the past 10 weeks.  Not many people realize that  besides being a Registered  Nurse, Jill also holds a Bachelor- of .Science Degree. Among  her many activities -she -also  n f? L^en 's?nt.��rt-to businessmen on the. Sunshine . hootenanny .which never fails to  t-oast and rexada_lsland. So many inquiries about Tex- delight both young.and old. ���  ada. Island are received by the association that business- -   during the course Mrs Fer-  if they wish to be included m the^unshine Coast bro-   feat. Mrs. Mary Gordon, Mrs.  cmir*' r���    Ruth Stone, airs. Marie Mont-  *adio,    and    TV - interviews;    gon����ry andvMiss Nest Lewis,  through visits to Travel Agencies;  and at receptions where  they will have the opportunity  to see'sldies-of various areas.  chure  .Work <a�� the brochure will be  underway as soon as membership forms aTe returned. Deadline!'has *ecn S���t for January  7, in order to have the brochure, ready for distribution in  February, at which time inquiries begin to come in from  prospective vacationers.  Two promotional activities  are scheduled for the spring  months by the Association. In  March, the SCTA will be participating with Vancouver and  Fra$er Valley, Association in a  publicity booth at the Vancouver Sports, Boat and Travel  Show, and in April will be sending a lady representative on  a promotional tour to the wes*  tern .States.  Members of thc SCTA will be  called upon to help staff thc  booth to distribute, literature,  nnd answer questions about the  Sunshine Coast, A carousel of  slide pictures of the S.C. will  be prepared for thc -public to  View. Pictures from all .areas  nro required so tljero will be  a good reprosontativc'Viihowing  of the,entire district."]Needed  for the snow is a promotional  "gimmick"' to bo given nway  to booth visitors as a' reminder of the Sunshine Coast, Ideas  and jiuggejstJona for an attention-getting gimmick arc welcomed, Economy Is a prime  consideration since visitors  number in tho thousands,  Leaving April l�� with the second Goodwill Tour of the Udy  Vancouver Club, will be Mrs.  K, Butler of Gibsons, who will  represent the SCTA, The group  /will stop at cities onroute  where, members will pmfcnolo  tourist (Merest through press,  ���With hef~c3_tensive knowledge  of B.C. as'well as of the Sunshine Coast, Mrs. Butler will  be well equipped to answer any  questions directed to her.  Another project in which the  SCTA is endeavoring to create  interest and .response is tie  supplying of pictures 8" t>y  10" in black and white, wl 7.  have  been, requested by  Van  from time to time many other  people have lent a hand.  On passing the final.test in  the basic home nursing skills  girls will receive cards signed  by , Dominion Chairman of the  Canadian Red Cross. Those  completing , the course are:  Dayle BillingsleyJ. Alice Potts,  Eleanor WaUis,. .Val Swanson,  Heather Espley, Mary Ritchie,  Gail. Swanson,' Bonnie Brackett,  Diane - Ono, Judy Handford,  Valerie ' Joe, Susan * Thorold,  Rita Ono, Sandra Clarke, Carol  Parker,   Roberta   Pratt,   Judy  er can appeal to the minister  of forests under Section 56 of  * the Forest Act.-A hunter so ag-  . grieved should write to the  Jninister at the Parliament  Buildings, Victoria, B.C.     '  A logging, road over crown  land which is no longer being  used because the timber sales,  etc., has been logged out, reverts to tne crown and maybe  used, by the public, Gargrave  said.  Regardless of the status of  the road every citizen that uses  forest lands have a moral responsibility to be careful of fire  in the summertime and not to  damage equipment which he  may find daring his hunting expedition, he said.  The Times  Phone 885-9654  Couver- Channel -8* TV for use ,-Higgs, Sandra Hansen, and Vel-  in planned programs.    , ma Stanley.  BRITISH COLUMBIA FIRJUES  1966 SCHEDULES - JERVIS INLET  commencing January 1st  StHftti*. ttffl��MW8*. Ife^lM*p*S--te-|te-l��l>i9tt'*l��**  NEED A CAR?  NEW or USED  TRY  Peninsula  Motor Prod.  5ICHS1.T, B.C  pf,, 8RS.2111 ���*- Tud F��r��w��l!  LV EARL COVE  (Northbound)  8:30, 10:30 a.m., 12:30, 2:30, 4:30  6:30, 8:30, 11:00 p.m.  LV SALTERY BAY   (Southbound)  7:30, 9:30, 11:30 a.m., 1:30, 3:30,  1, 5;30, 7:30, ?;30 p.itt.  BRITISH COLUSVi  F�����_!_____ IMHtn. i _______���__  M  Pf37 WyM wr"m n  For Information Phono  UNGDALE 086-2372  HORSESHOE BAY   .921-7411  Full colour world map! Yours for  trying the new Homelite XL-500  automatic chain saw!    '  Special offer I Come In and try out the.  all-new Homelite XL-500 chain saw,  . the world's lightest autdrhatic chain saw  with super power. ��ee what a great saw It Is;  Get a 1ree4 ft JS 3 fWRahd McNally world map  with pictures and descriptions of the  trees of North America. Gome in now.  Don't miss this special offerl    .  ,  ��� , '.  .;���.-.. ��� ��� ��� '��� ��� ,, , i  , - . 7>    ���   .    .  ^,7..;., ...   ,     .' .- ,   ... s  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  Phono 085*9626 - Wilson Creek, D.C.  p . .        .  ���  ...kit  .. .4 J ',. . i�� >'*.���,.'�� .... ,i.i .�� .....    '��� i.iV.i- .. ���'  .��i    ,.�����p.,  ,,  ,.*W*)��,  .*'.V. :*M...  *���.*���*.��''*  *���   * t*Ku-*w   * #$# #w��*i1ijm._^.(_^ _����S|-- ,_  J.V       <*.     iP  Page A-12   Sechelt Peninsula Times   Wed., Dec. 22, 1965  V     *%_ r*r       -*    t  7,7   '*  'T "   t"  M        \ ���"     -P     T*I r---%  . ii-!jt- "�� -tTTftiH ��_.������,  �� -l     TJf     trt.     J-o---.*��*-*  mrt**.  ,  .Urf Y7-I , k 1  7    "* J *   'Vj^i.v ��-h **'* A.    ���  * J&&A  v . ^ ^   j*. 'a,tj,i_ri__i_��. t i ����� s.s  Madeira Park Rangers ^  NEW TO Division 6 this year, Madeira Park Rangers are gaining lots of experience  and should make a good showing next season. The nine boys who played Sechelt  Residential on Sunday are pictured here with coach Start Brown. Back row: Glen Harris, Brace Charlton, Kelly Foley and Bob Brown. Front: Stan Brown, beiuus__Gai  Ian Brown, Brian Ite-dr^ndTBiilTftei^T  .....j.i.^ji 11   i,  |.     t    ijji*'J.    ."'���  "yW-  V  rw ������n'fr'  ���^������i    -  1  'mi  Last week-end  soccer results  Nnt fiiiitf*  SOCCER players, coaches and  referees-will; beNiaking a well  earned   rest   over   Christmas.  The  year-end  party held last  Saturday at the Roberts Creek  Hall  was  an outstanding suc-  ,   cess, 150 boys attended and 50  pa^ts.Jraei5.,TO^  sibn wisji all soccer players a  ,    very hippy holiday and games  .    will recommence around  January 9th.  RESULTS  Div. 4���Sechell Residential  Tigers 12, Madeira Park Kickers 2; Gibsons United 8, Sechelt Legion 1.  Div. ft���Sechelt Residential .8,  Madeira Park Rangers l; Gibsons Region 0, Gibsons Canfor  XI-  YOUNG Brain Reid of Madeira Park RarXgers was not   ��� "  quite tough enough to take the ball from the speedy   ^^���f ���ls are,^ced,����  little  Sechelt  Residential  teatn  during   last  iSunday's      ��     *"  game.  7,  ;   . " ,   i^ . ���  Se&helt social notes  the third finger of the left  hand because of an old Egyptian belief that a nerve ran  from that finger to the heart.  i <  pi i  11'  i t  ���.  . *. -*  1  :*'  ." ���-With Your Neighbours  VISITORS at the home of Mrs.   >and Mrs.  Prank Hall is Mrs. .  Olive Porte are Mrs. Myrtle    Hall's ��� brother, Mr. Herb Frie-.  Dalton   and   Mrs    Leah, Grif*    denstad of .Vancouver.       ,        '  iiths from  Egmont,- also Mrs., ���        Q  Ethel   Reid . from   Vancouver.  .   Mrs.  Porte entertained  a few  friends   fi?f   tea,   Mjrs. , E/S, ,  Montgomery, Mr, and Mrs. L,  IVlaynard and Mrs.  Fred Tay- ���  lor. ,       ���    '-.', y  \ ,. Leaving for-her home at Ma-,  dcira Park is Mrs<( Lipda And,*  . rows who has bec'n a guest of  Mr: and Mrs, T, Ivan B.  .Smith, Mrs. Andrews has bcen  ���a patient jn St. Mary's Hospital.,.   ��� '  Mr. - and  Mrs.  Cattcrall .'and  family  from   Bella  Coolq  are  visiting   Mr,   CatteraH's   moth-  .,, ej--, Mrs, Mablo James ot West  .$ftchelt,        . ,  Mr, nrirt,Mr.*>, Jack McGoo of  Ladner are visiting Mrs, Alice  French, *  Spending Christmas wjth Mx.  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