The Ottawa Citizen from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on December 22, 1962 · 45
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The Ottawa Citizen from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada · 45

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TV Weekly Page 3 Indian school subject of specia The eyes of children spark le at Christmas time. At the Kamloops Indian Residential School in British Columbia, some of that sparkle is captured on film in a half-hour Christmas special, Eyes of Children, to be telecast on the CBC-TV network Christmas Dav. The program will be seen on Tuesday, Dec. 25, at 4 p.m. EST. Production is by George Robertson of CBC Vancouver, who went to the Kamloops school with cameraman John Seale to film some 400 children preparing for Christmas. The film is edited by Aria Saare. The Kamloops Indian Residential School was built in 1923 and is the largest of its type in" Canada. It is operated by the Roman Catholic Church under the supervision of the education division, Indian affairs branch of the Canadian government. Has French-Canadian setting A Christmas story with a French - Canadian setting, by Marjorie Pickthall, will be dramatized on the CBC-TV network Christmas Day. Originating from CBC's Montreal studios, The Worker in Sandalwood stars Gerald Rowan and John Julian!, both in the role of Hyacinthe Gendron, a French - Canadian carpenter. Rowan portrays Hyacinthe as an old man; Juliani is the young Hyacinthe. The old Hyacinthe is retelling a Christmas story from his own experience to his young grandchildren. He recalls one cold Christmas when he was apprenticed to Pierre (Alan Mills). Pierre was a hard master, and two days before Christmas he gave the yfaung Hyacinthe a valuable piece of It Lit LI & lit- '.' "THE PELLETIERS" of MAIC0-0TTAWA Specialists In Audiftmftry offer one and alt BEST WISHES for a MERRY CHRISTMAS MAICO, 127 GEORGE, OTTAWA 2, ONT. (CE 6-1221) ANDRE WOUTERS CE 2-6751 F :i Home improvements? YES H Any kind? ANY KIND How much' YOU CALL, I TELL fj References? NO CHARGE f Finance? OF COURSE s. Service? WITH SMILE Workmanship? .... OH ... LA ... LA sandalwood to be fashioned into a carved jewel chest for a wealthy lady. The chest had to be completed by Chistmas morning, and Hy- inheworkeddayandnight tacrn acinthe worked day and night to do it. On Christmas Eve, as Hyacinthe despaired finishing his task on time, a stranger came, sheltering in his hands a frozen bird. For Hyacinthe, he brought a miracle. The Worker in Sandalwood, produced by Fernand Ipper-siel, features Jean-Roger Pieriard as the stranger; Carla Wittes and David Conter as old Hyacinthe's grandchildren. It was adapted for television by Eric Cameron. Background music for the program has been arranged by Georges Savaria. Ottawa's QUALITY 9 m Wort n Clothina Centre IRVING RIVERS 24 By Ward Market Sq. ; AfJIEVlOTEL HOTEL FOR PETS Mood. Rd.. B(l Crnra The children come to the Indian residential school from isolated areas where no provincial or day schools exist. Some are from broken homes. A small percentage are orphans. The school has an outdoor swimming pool, basketball and boxing facilities, a large playground and a winter rink for skating and hockey. The Indian girls, trained by nuns in folk dancing, have won prizes in dance festivals. In Eyes of Children, the youngsters are seen in their classrooms, at play and in their dormitories near bedtime. The camera records their mounting excitement as they rehearse a nativity tableau, paint home-made decorations and practise carols. In the producer's original plan, the Indian school film was to fill a 15-minute segment of a Christmas special from Vancouver. Robertson was so charmed on his first encounter with the children that he decided to devote the entire program to them. TA-8-4292 FOOD AND FREEZER For a Family of Four For as Little as A WEES CALL DOMESTIC FOOD SERVICE &30 Campbell Ave. PA8-J931

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