THE QUESNEL CARIBOO OBSERVER - THURSDAY, S E P T E M B E R 26, 1968 ]3
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New Cheese A n d Did you know that through the
Canada A s s i s t a n c e Plan, the
f e d e r a l government shares in
Beef Specialties the cost of health care services
to persons in rteed?
These services can include
medical and surgical services,
Tasty new main dishes head B E E F ' N ' CHEESE P A T T I E S nursing, dental and optical care,
the priority list these days. (Makes 8 Servings) including d a n t u r e s and eye
For a l t h o u g h homemakers 2 pounds ground lean
beef glasses, drugs, prosthetic ap-
never seem to run out of ideas pliances and other health s e r -
for desserts and goodies, there 1 cup fine soda cracker
crumbs vices. This i s one of manypub-
are never enough main dishes l i c assistance programs being
that pass the family seal of 1-1/2 teaspoons salt
1/4 teaspoon pepper supported by the Plan.
approval. F o r Mom, they must
be economical and reasonably 1/2 cup finely-chopped
easy to prepare. F o r the other onion
f a m i 1 y members flavor and Few drops Tabasco
satisfaction are the prime pre- sauce
requisites as they're quick to 1/2 cup milk
remind you! 8 (2-inch) squares, 1/4
inch thick, Canadian'
Two old favorites team up in 3 tablespoons butter
lively new combinations for this 2 tablespoons flour
year's October Cheese Festival 1/2 cup water
recipes. Groundbeef, the cook's 1/2 pint dairy sour
best friend on budget days, goes cream.
hand in hand with good Canadian Turn meat into a bowl and
Cheddar c h e e s e — a cheese break up with a fork. Add crac-
which takes to economy or lux- ker c r u m b s , s a l t , pepper,
ury dishes wih equal aplomb. onion, Tabasco sauce and milk;
MR. AND MRS. GORDON F A I R L E Y Each recipe has been pretested c o m b i n e thoroughly. F o r m
Gerry Funn Photo and approved by the families meat mixture into 16 thin pat-
who acted as tasters for ustliis ties, a b o u t 3-inches in d i a -
Wedding Ring Theme 'month. Each one i s so flavorful meter. Place a square of
and hearty you can invite friends cheese on 8 of the patties; top
over to enjoy them with you. with r e m a i n i n g patties and FIRST LADY
For Local Couple press edges to seal. Heat but-
ter in f r y i n g pan. Add patties
Golden topped beef; a hearty cheese casserole, just right for after the game, when appetites
are at their peak. Frozen french fried potatoes with a crisp cheese coating add a new note to COIFFURES
D a h l i a s and gladioli decor- and brown well on both sides; the zippy beef, tomato and chili combination. I 170 Carson Ave. 992-7405
bride, John H i r s c h of Mica GOLDEN T O P P E D B E E F I
ated St. Ann's Catholic Church Creek, brother-in-law of the (Makes 8 Servings) remove from pan. Blend flour,
for the wedding of Donna Marie, then water into remaining but-
bride, and Dale Klein of Ques- 2 tablespoons butter
daughter of M r . and M r s . Isa- ter i n pan. Add sour cream and
nel, also a brother of the bride. 1 small onion, finely
dore Klein of Quesnel and Gor- heat gently, stirring constantly,
For her daughter's wedding, chopped until sauce is smoothly thicken-
don Murray F a i r ley, son of M r . 2 lbs. ground lean beef
M r s . Klein chose an orange ed. Return patties to pan and
and M r s . M u r r a y F a i r ley of 2 teaspoons salt
acetate and nylon scalloped lace simmer, covered, 10 minutes.
Williams Lake on September 14. 1/8 teaspoon pepper
coat over an orange polyester * **
Father Desmond officiated. 1 teasoon c h i l i powder
metallic gown. She wore beige
Soloist was M i l via Celliand or- 1/2 teaspoon oregano B A K E D B E E F SWIRLS
a c c e s s o r i e s and an orange
gan music was provided by 1/2 teaspoon basil (Makes 8 Servings)
sprayed carnation corsage with
M r s . . M a r y Girvin. 2 teaspoons sugar ." 2 pounds ground lean beef
s i l v e r leaves. The groom's
Given in marriage by her 2 eggs
father, the bride was lovely in mother was lovely in a powder
3 tablespoons flour I hereby give notice that on Monday, September 30, 1968, at the hour of 10:U0
1 (28-ounce) can toma- 1 (10-ounce) can tomato
a floor-length e m p i r e style blue brocade gown with an aqua matoes soup o'clock in the forenoon,, at the Municipal Hall, Quesnel, B.C., I will sell at a public
French-cut velvet gown with sprayed white carnation cor- 1 (G-ounce) can tomato 3/4 cup instant rolled oats
matching train and lily-point sage. 3/4 teaspoon salt
Auction the lands and improvements thereon in the list hereinafter set out, for all
sleeves. Her shoulder length 2 (9-o u n c e) packages 1/8 teaspoon pepper D E L I N Q U E N T , ARREARS, A N D C U R R E N T taxes due and unpaid by the said
The Legion H a l l i n Quesnel
bouffant net veil was gathered frozen fresh fried pota- * * *
was gaily decorated for the r e - persons at the date of the Tax Sale, and for all costs and expenses, including the
by a satin rosette. Her only toes, partially thawed 2 cups coarse soft bread
ception. Wedding rings, color-
jewelry was a silver h e a r t 1-1/4 cups shredded Canadian crumbs year 1967, and interest thereon, unless the within sum be sooner paid. Cash, certi-
ed streamers, white bells and
locket, gift of the groom. She Cheddar Cheese. 2 cups (1/2 pound) shred-
yellow roses greeted the more fied cheque or Postal Money Order only, will be accepted in payment of the below
carried a bouquet of yellow- ded Canadian Cheddar
than 200 guests who gathered to
roses. Melt butter in frying pan; cheese
Maid of honour, Marion Klein'
wish the young couple well.
add onion and beef and cook until
mentioned taxes and in payment of Tax Sale properties purchased.
The b r i d e ' s table featured 1/4 cup finely-chopped
and bridesmaid, L i l l i a n Klein, meat i s browned. Add and stir onion
both sisters of the bride, wore a beautifully decorated wedding
in salt, pepper, chili powder,
£. A . Green,
cake c e n t r e d between long 1/2 cup finely-chopped
matching floor length empire
yellow tapers in crystal candel-
oregano, basil, sugar and flour.. green pepper Collector
style gowns of a q u a peau de Stir in t o m a t o e s and tomato 3/4 teaspoon salt
19GG, 1967 and
b r a . The cake on the bride's
i s o i e and nylon embroidered paste. Cover and simmer 15 1/8 teaspoon pepper
table was decorated by the Sup-
lace. Long white gloves and minutes. Meanwhile p r e h e a t 1 tablespoon Worcester-
bouquets of white and yellow er Valu bakery, while the wed- LIST OF PROPERTIES
oven to 425 degrees F . Turn shire sauce "
carnations with matching head- ding c a k e was baked by the R O L L NO NAME OF PERSON ASSESSED
meat m i x t u r e into a b r o a d FOR MEAT MIXTURE: Pre- P R O P E R T Y DESCRIPTION
b a n d s completed their cos- mother of the bride and decorat-
shallow baking dish. Top with heat oven to 325 degrees F .
tumes. They wore pearl ear- ed by M r s . Berk.
french fried potatoes; sprinkle Turn meat into a bowl and
rings and drop pearl necklaces, The toast' was to be given with cheese. Bake in preheated break up with a fork. Add eggs,
gifts of the-bride. by Eugene Plamondon, a close oven until potatoes are browned 393 Dewis, Daniel w. & Gertrude Lot 4, B l k . 46, T. of Q., P I . 17,000 959.58 1,051.55
half the tomato soup, rolled 603 C a r r y , Charlotte 91.97
Flower g i r l , Karen Plamon- friend of the bride, but due to and cheese melted, 12 to 15 Part of D . 'L. 48, P I . B1432, exc. P.G.E,
oats, salt and pepper; combine
don, chose a floor length gown sudden illness he was unable to minutes. R / W 39/100 acres PI. A.377 D. L . 48 790.17 06.97 857.14
thoroughly. Turn mixture out 9
of yellow peau de soie and em- attend. Brian Hack of Williams * * * Nordal, Melvin & Frances B . Lot 10, B l k . G, D.L. 48, P I . G1G0 1,005.36 9G.52 1,101.88
onto a sheet of waxed paper and 942
broidered nylon lace. She also Lake was master of ceremonies Wood, Alfred H . & Hilda F . L o t 5, B l k . G, D.L. 385, PI. 1215 411.05 '.4.95 456.00
pat into a rectangle, about 1/2 954
wore long white gloves and car- and the toast was proposed by Halvorsen, Solomon A . & Margaret E . Lot 34, B l k . 11, D.L.385, P I . 1215 139.50 19.16 158.66
inch thick and 10-inclies wide. 955
ried an aqua carnation bouquet John Hirsch, brother-in-law of Halvorsen, Solomon A . & Margaret E . L t s . 35 & 36, Blk. 11, D . L . 385, PI. 1215 627.23 53.68 680.91
Prepare filling. 1472-001
which matched her head-peace. the bride. Any way you Lust, Albert Frank Lot 24, B l k . 10, D . L . 38G, PI 772 232.40 26.88 259.28
FOR THE FILLING:Combine 1473
Her jewelry was a drop pearl f o r the honeymoon to the Lust, Albert F . (Sr.) Lot 25, B l k . 10, D . L . 386, PI 772, 323.24 32.51 355.75
figure i t . . . bread crumbs, cheese, onion, '1617
necklace, a keepsake from the coast and other points south, LeBlond, Henry Lot 20, B l k . 14, D . L . 703, PI. 5532 638.97 5G.54 695.51
green p e p p e r , salt, pepper, 16G5 Kristian, Donald Tudor Lot 32, B l k . 15, D . L . 703, PI. 5532
Ring bearer, John Hirsch,
the bride chose a misty orange
ensemble of crepe and embroid- THE FINEST/ Worcestershire sauce and the
remaining 1/2 can of tomato
1727 Gardner, Paul J . & Gertrude Lot 14, B l k . 1, D.L. 704, PI 5248
1728 Gaylord Holdings Ltd. Lot 15, B l k . 1, D.L. 704, PI 5248
from Mica Creek, the bride's
nephew, carried the rings on a
ered lace. To complement her
outfit she c h o s e brown acces- WELCOME ^ soup. Spread this mixture even-
l y over meat. Roll up j e l l y - r o l l
1744 Lust, Sylvia (E state) Lot 2, B l k . 2, D.L. 704, PI 5248
744.74 68.99 813.73
white satin heart shaped cush- sories. fashion. Carefully cut into eight c/o Edward L . Lust 685.20 67.67 752.87
ion. The cushion was made by The bride attended Cariboc TO Q U E S N E L " 1-1/4-inch slices. Place in a
1745 Lust, Sylvia (Estate) Lot 3, B l k . 2, D.L. 704, PI 5248
M r s . Henry Worthmann. Junior High and Quesnel Secon- broad, s h a l l o w baking dish. c/o Edward L . Lust 1G7.74 21.43 189,17
Best man was Mike Flanna- dary School and i s employed in IS WELCOME Bake in preheated oven about 1
Spence, H a r r y Hamilton
Kristian, Donald T.
4, B l k . 3, D . L . 704, PI. 5248
24, B l k . 1, D.L. 704, PI 53G3
gan of Quesnel and ushers were Quesnel. The groom attended hour, draining off fat once or
1901 Lot 1, D . L . 704, PI. 5895
Manke, F r e d 162.89 20.58 183.47
Lyle Klein, b r o t h e r of the Williams Lake High School and twice during baking.
1927 Lot G, B l k . 2, D . L . 704, P L 6719
s p e n t f i v e years with t h e Brekkas, E i n a r & Greta 1,104.04 101.51 1,205.55
R C A F . He was formerly with A visit frorn our hostess will make
LADIES the Stampeders Hockey Club and < you feel at home, with her basket .
O F F I C I A L H O S T E S S to visit i s now with the Quesnel Kang- of gifts and answers to questions j
the homes of Newcomers, aroos. •/ ; about the city, its services and i
Newlyweds. unci New Rubies, Out-of-town guests included: facilities. Just call . . .
bringing them 'housewarining Cliff and Jessie Swanson of W i l -
gifts' ;md local information, liams Lake, Norma and Herb
while extending the welcome Weatherby of Williams Lake,
hand of the community. Y o u r
own part-lime hours.
Irvine Fairley of V a n c o u ve r ,
Linda Bluette of Vancouver,
"HI N E I G H B O U R " WEL- Verna and Grant C r a i g of W i l - : Phone Mrs. Traverj 992-5488
C O M E S E R V I C E , a Cana- liams Lake, F r e d and Peggy 1
f WELCOME NEWCOMERS!
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every pricipal city and town Bev and M a c L i l l i e s of Williams hpr»
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coast to coast, needs a lady, Lake, Dave Penford of W i l - I Name
age 35 to 55. with a car, and liams Lake, M r . and M r s . E .
organizational ability, who Bellmond of Williams Lake,
wants a year-round business
of her own. N o investment.
M r . and M r s . Brian Hack of I
Commission with exclusive
Williams Lake, M r . and M r s .
E • Hostess have on me
the Welcome Wagon
territory. Complete training John Hirsch and family of Mica
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L DAYS 2-7211 NITES 2-5052
14 - THURSDAY, S E P T E M B E R 26, 1968 - T H E QUESNEL CARIBOO OBSERVER
O T USE
N R H QENL
By RUTH PATCHETT
Would you believe tnat we nad representatives oi a cnurch I
Firs t A id For Marriaaes By BE A McLEAN
NORTH Q U E S N E L — T h e r e -
gular m e e t i n g of the North
I group out here on Sunday, September 8th? They couldn't i Notice has just come from an electronic secretary whicli geting w i l l prevent a lot of mar- Quesnel W.X was held at the
have chosen a more inopportune moment to come, as it I V i c t o r i a that on September 16, won't talk back; later, i f need riage problems. home of B e a McLean on F r i d a y
I was pouring rain again and we had come to the conclusion I 1968, Charter No. 8121 was indicates, by t r a i n e d sympa- The Marriage Aid Society ex- evening. It was good to see some
that the Great Spirit had forgotten the ranchers and farmers J granted to the Western M a r - thetic volunteers. M r s . Brown, pects to be self-supporting. A of the members who have been
entirely in H i s scheme of things. No matter what we have riage A i d Society of B r i t i s h backed by a panel of experts, modest professional fee w i l l be unable to attend meetings lately.
tried to do in the l a s t month, be it haying, digging ditches | Columbia. w i l l offer counsel or refer ap- charged, but no one will be It was decided to hold a Bake
or riding to look for cattle, the rain has plagued us and made j Application was made A u g - plicants to the service or agen- turned away for lack of funds. Sale on Nov. 9 and draw the
I life miserable. The aim i s " M a r r i a g e counsel- lucky ticket for the quilt at that
ust 9 by: D r . C . W. Topping, cy best suited to help.
1 (Sociology Professor, retired), "Many h e e d a sympathetic ling for the Average M a n " . time. The next meeting w i l l be
It looks as i f most ranchers, may find themselves short j D. L . Brown (Social Worker), ear while they sort out their. held on Sunday Oct. 6 at 1 1 a.m.
I of feed this winter, which probably means a bigger than j W. D . Latham (Teacher), C o n - own thinking" she says. F o r - ' S h i r l e y Fortune Mclntyre^ at D a r l e e n McLennan's in
I average number of cattle at the fall sales and a consequent, stance Robinson (Home-Mak- mat for an Open Line Radio A r t i s t , Writer, andAnthologist,' Wells. M e m b e r s will be ask-
I lowering of prices. It seems an unfair situation that grain . er), Gwendolyn Anders ( B u s i - Show b a s e d on the problems has a quote from Abraham F l e - ed to take articles for a pot
I farmers, when they are hailed or frozen out, have crop ness Admin.) and Shirley F o r - phoned in plus interviews witli maner: "Being a parent used to luck lunch, there will be a de-
I insurance to assist them, or i f they can't sell their grain, tune Mclntyre (Artist/Writer). spokesmen from agencies and be one of the most simple, na- monstration of flower making.
"- government comes to their aid, while the beef grower Objectives of the New Society departments has already been tural, inevitable developments Visitors are welcome.
I must take the price offered at the cattle sales, even i f are: Research, Education, and prepared on August 16 and of- in the world. But nowadays no ***
I it means operating at a loss or a very small profit. Surely Counselling aimed at making fered to various radio stations. one has any business to be 1
The S t a r l e t t e Majorettes '
I beef i s an important commodity in the Canadian economy good marriages and preventing "We are waiting to see which m a r r i e d , unless waking and wiU hold a Bake Sale at W i l l i s -
I and needed to help feed the population of this and other marital problems from becom- station i s the most public- sleeping, one i s conscious of Harper on Oct. 12. Donations
I countries. More study should be given by the government ing chronic. The business of- spirited and which w i l l give the the responsibility".
to the plight of the farmers and ranchers, as prices have will be g r a t e f u 11 y received.
I f i c e i s located at #910 V a n - widest coverage" says Veteran
I remained almost static for=2.5 years where beef i s con- c o u v e r Block, 736 Granville, Sociologist D r . Topping. " I am
I cerned and risen very little for other farm produce to Phone 683-3045. Individuals in so happy the Marriage A i d So-
I the producer. On the other hand the cost of whatever the community are cordially i n - ciety i s going into the preven-
machinery or repairs the farmer has to purchase, has vited to join the s o c i e t y as
A N N O U N C I N G the O P E N I N G of
I tive f i e l d " , he adds.
I risen by leaps and, bounds, so that whatever profit he members or as workers. Mem-,
C o n s t a n c e Robinson ( M r s ,
I might realize, i s eaten up by the high cost of other nec- bership i s SI.00 plus adonation Bruce L . ) homemaker with a So-
essary items. according to concern for sound
I cial Work Degree comments:
I We were sorry to read in the last issue of the farm marriage and, of course, bud- "There i s a tremendous need
magazine, "The F a m i l y H e r a l d " , that this month istlie last | get. Applications are encour- for this sort of service - - T h e r e LICENSED DENTAL M E C H A N I C
for this old friend of many farm families. It is too bad j aged from mature happily-mar- sin't a family alive that doesn't
I ried women who have studied
that the cost of putting out such a Canadian magazine is have problems."
I social work or have "Demon-
prohibitive, as it has offered much good advice and many Gwendolyn Anders (Mrs. B.)
I . interesting articles for nearly a century. F o r example strable A b i 1 i t y " in helping 1224 - 3rd Ave. - Prince George, B.C.
I who has her degree in business
in the, September 12th issue, the editorial tells of the people". There will be need for
I administration, f e e l s assis-
competition our Canadian farmers face and the problems both full and part-time counsel-
tance in homemaking and bud- For Appointment Phone 563-7434
I he encounters, even i f he does run an efficient operation. lors.
I I'd like to quote from that editorial, where it tells of the
I The first act of the society i s
public's responsibility. to take over the operation of the
I "The time has come when the public must face some
I M R . AND MRS. H A R V E Y JOHNSON common-Wealth Marriage B u r -
hard facts. Farmers simply cannot c a r r y the whole load. eau which has existed in Van-
I Unless some help i s given them, great sections of our couver s i n c e 1956. Mrs. L i n
agriculture are going to erode at an accelerating r a t e -
and with them, a l l the side benefits they have provided. Local Bride Radiant In Brown, director for the past
eleven years, has matched mpre
That would mean the disintegration of the whole Canadian than 300 couples from all parts
You cannot blame the farmers near suburban areas for I
Gown From Germany of Canada and has received
enquiries from as far away as
selling their land at a, good price for the use of housing Italy and A f r i c a . Counselling
developments, as long as he has to work, a 12-14 hour day St. Pauls United Church in E dmonton, L o u i s e Peramake
and introductions for the would-
for a bare existence. Why should he continue this life of M c B r i d e w a s chosen for the from Ladysmith, Sheri and Don
be married w i l l still be a ser-
drudgery just so that people can be fed, if these same people August 24 c e r e m o n y uniting L a s s e y from Kamloops. Miss vice of the marriage aid so-
don't care, about him and his family? Faye, daughter of M r . and M r s . Diane Savitzky from Austin, ciety. M r s . Brown will con-
H . Hack of McBride and Harvey M a n . , M r s . H . E . Weber and tinue as director of the New
Another informative article in the last issue explains Johnson of Hudson Hope, son of daughters, H a r r y May, M r s .
the reasons for the "Canada Land Inventory", which, the Netty Geofroy, B i l l and Louise Society. She has her B A a n d D i -
M r . and M r s . H . Johnson of
F a m i l y Herald says, i s "one of the most important ever I Weeks, Saskatchewan. C r u i k s h a n k and family^ a l l ploma in Social Service (UBC}
launched in Canada. It involves cataloguing a l l our land took a year of Group Work on
. Rev. D . F a d e r officiated at from Quesnel, F r e d and Denise scholarship at the University of
according to its suitability for various u s e s . " Each P r o - the afternoon wedding. Organist Johnson and Michelle of Hull,
vince i s working on its own inventory and w i l l send it on Quebec, M r . and M r s . H a r r y Pittsburgh, and course sin Adult
was M r s . J . Long. Education (U. of Wisconsin) and
to Ottawa when its survey is complete. The church was decorated for Johnson, M r . Harold Johnson,
It would seem to me that the Land Use discussions p r e - Psychology and Sociology (Sor-
the occasion with gladioli and Gordon, V a l and Jean Johnson, bpnne, P a r i s ) . H e r experience
sently being held in Quesnel, could add some very impor- dahlias and stocks and bows M r . and M r s . K i r b y Wilston-
tant facts to this Land Inventory, when aU the issues includes adult education among
along the aisle. holm, and Don Campbell, a l l of
have been properly debated and the best conclusions reached fishermen for the UBC Exten-
Given in/ marriage by her Saskatchewan, N o r m a Mac- sion Department and among far-
to suit the majority of thosetakingpartin these discussions. father, the bride was lovely in M i l l a n of P r i n c e t o n , Glen mers for the G o v e r n m e n t o f
Having had the opportunity of studying the recommenda- a floor length gown of white Clancy of Hudson Hope, M r . Saskatchewan.
tions sent from the Deputy Minister of Lands and Forests lace over s i l k , featuring an and M r s . Roy Johnson', M r . and
to the Punchaw Livestock Association, we were pleased empire waistline. Her gown was M r s . Gar Johnson and girls, The second step i s to install
to note that it i s recommended that the present policy r e . made by her aunt in Hamburg, M r . and M r s . Herb Boschman a 24-hour open line for per-
Agriculture Lease Policy, which at present requires 50 Germany, and g i r l s , and M r . and M r s . sonal and family problems. A t
percent of the land covered by the application to be c l a s s i - Her scalloped tulle veil was James Johnson and Howard, first tliis will be "manned" by
fied arable, be relaxed and percentage be reduced to a held by a headpiece of w h i t e a l l of Prince George.
minimum of 40 percent for agriculture leases lying west flowers and heart shaped leav-
of the Rocky Mountains. Also the recommendations r e . I es. Red roses and white carna-
the Disposal of Timber on Agricultural Leases in S.S.A. tions made up the traditional
that leased land where there i s timber that i s NOT c l a s s i - bridal bouquet and a pearl drop-
fied as a "thrifty mature pulp wood stand" be issued let, gift of the groom, was her
a licence to cut with no restrictions as to the disposal of only jewelry.
the logs. Lianne Drews, maid of hon-
It was surprising to learn from the Hon. Ray Williston our, wore a deep-pink floor
that the area around Quesnel i s unique in i t s problems of i length chiffon over satin sleeve-
land use and causes more problems than the rest of the less gown, also featuring an em-
Province put together. It is to be hoped that those taking pire wastline. Her short match-
part in the discussions w i l l be able to resolve their i ing pink veil was gathered by
differences in spite of the unusual problems presented by pink heart shaped flowers, and
the indiscriminate mixing of agricultural and forested land her bouquet was of white car-
that Mother Nature has seen fit to place in this part of nations.
the country. Brother of the groom, Gordon
We have an improvement, though small, to report in the Johnson of Weeks, Saskatche-
Blackwater Canyon. The eroded ditches across the road wan, acted as best man and ush-
have been filled in by the Highways C r e w , and although ers were Gar Johnson andHerb
it i s still very narrow, it IS better than it was. Also the
first part of the Blackwater Road has been graded again i B o s c h m a n , both of P r i n c e Save 82,14 - 86,14 Up to 88,14 with studs, on
and was very smooth when I returned from Quesnel F o r her daughter's wedding,
on the 17th. If the frosty, clear weather of the past few M r s . Hack chose a turquoise
days continues, the road should be good until snow flies. fortrel suit with white acces-
P.S. Friends coming up from Quesnel after this letter sories and a white carnation
was written gave us the good news that some real work i s i
being done in the Canyon, with part of the road already I corsage. The groom's mother
was lovely in a light blue linen
widened. We are certainly happy to hear that and w i l l I suit. She also chose white ac-
look forward to seeing the improvements for ourselves
on our next trip i n . I cessories and a white carnation
Flowers, wedding bells and
HIG, MJKLY T H E A D PLUS .HUGGED 4-PLY
streamers decorated the NYLON M A K E THIS CANADA'S FINEST BUY
church hall for the reception
held at 6:30 p.m. The bride's
table was centred by a pink
and white three tiered wedding SALE ENDS
cake with champagne glasses as
Alfred Drews, uncle of the
bride was toastmaster and the Tires available
recption was followed by a pub- for immediate
l i c wedding dance at the Legion delivery at your
Hall. Catalogue Order
For the wedding trip to K a m - r
loops and Hudson Hope, the
Office. 77S/7.>0.| I. 773. r.7tl-l.7
bride chose a navy blue walk- INSTALLATION iNf) TIIADE NEEDED
ing suit witli a navy derby hat. ARRANGED
The t r i m on her suit was white
as were her accessories and
her carnation corsage.
M r s . Johnson i s a secondary
school teacher and received her
GUARANTEED 25 MONTHS AGAINST WEAROUT*
Plus unconditional guarantee niininst all road hazards
education at McBride J r . Sr,
S e c o n d a r y and U . B . C . The
groom graduated from Weeks
Saskatchewan High School and
i s employed as a Firestone r e - Si/.-
presentative in Prince George, It.'l!. I'fl.r SI- I'liiT lli-l!. IW S.lc I'ri.-r
.. Available with
where the young couple will be urn :m 'Mi. ii i:/ii 1I..-U 19.91 18.1! ice-grip studs
making their home. O'.O/ MU.U
19.88 for only
A telegram from the bride's >>•bi .
! • :/ .o n - i-i.r. 17.88 21.13
aunt Marianne in .Berlin was TiHi.ii l'l.'i". 1H.H 22.91 20.99
7;s. VMM 20.91 18.KH
read at the reception.
Out-of-town guests included:
Lianni Drews, Alfred Drews and
M r . and M r s . Gus Drews from
:.u\ jiu .-•(xi.i.i
MH). .".'in v.ii.ir,
Mr. HI.', T M M : .
K'.r. H I ; ;«I.IS
e^ctra per tire
•MX> K 8 V U
during this sale
'• V 670.1.1 Tul.i- i |..-
.T > ~'7-7 Id.'l.i
/ Our most popular winter lire at reduced prices fur a limited time only. Save
Funeral services w i l l beheld S2.1-I to $ 6 . N prr pair, up to .*8.11 when you buy lliein with studs
1.30 pm Friday, Sept 27 at St. / Premium Tract inn's wide, drop tread digs, into I lie snow, gets you moving ami
Ann's Catholic Church hi Ques- keeps you moving in seven's! of Canadian winter conditions
nel for the late Arthur H a m i l -
W will replace tin , charging only for months of se. If
Get Saft-ty with Studs
/ Jiuilt with -I-|.lit-s of U u IVint nylon cord for sure proleetiou against penetration
ton, who passed away at the period nf guarantee has expired, adjustment v il 1crleolia =B
» b n I'Alra ;ind Ileal liuiid-iip. Meets all oflirial safety standards
age of 67 in Simon F r a s e r Hos- aenger
amount of treuil remaining. This applies only to p s l'reiiiiiitii Traetion lire.}' can lie t-ipiippcti
pital hi Prince George Sept. tires, not to tires nseii commercialU. with tungsten steel studs to give you extra J Tread compound is I'ortilied with D y u a t u f to provide a stable ride at today's
safety. V\i to % >u s per tire give maximum super-highway speeds and to make this a longer wearing snow tire
ira.-tion in iee. / F o r extra safety on ice, buy your tires equipped with tungsten steel studs
Hamilton was born i n P e m -
broke, Ontario, and came to
live in Wells hi 1937.
He is survived by his wife,
Cecile, two sons, Orphir of
Powell River, and E r n i e of
Vancouver, one brother hi K e l -
owna and seven grandchildren.
THE QUESNEL CARIBOO OBSERVER - THURSDAY, S E P T E M B E R 26, 1968 - 15
• DRAGON LAKE NEWS • AUSTRALIAN KERSLEY NEWS
B y JOYCE SWANKY Albert Gassoff has returned By MISSIE F O Y L E
DRAGON L A K E — Operation from a trip to Vancouver where
Mrs. T e r e s a Richard and two M r . and M r s . A l e x Hold, for-
Doorstep received overwhelm- he left his wife Denise and son daughters, Rosaline and Linda,
Dougie who w i l l remain there mer Kersley residents now l i v -
ing support when it stopped at have returned after two months ing in Prince George, and their
the Gold Coach location last until after Doug's heart opera- spent holidaying in Roger sviUe,
tion which i s scheduled for this niece, Carol McKenzie, and son
Wednesday. Ladies who assist- New Brunswick. T e r e s a t r a - visited with the Hold' sdaughter,
ed with the registering were, week.. velled on to Hartford, Conneti- Doreen Petti jonn and family en-
M r s . Rose Bergesen, M r s . Joan * ** cut, where she visited a broth- route to Holiday Lodge near
Holmes, M r s . Sheila Lessard, M r s . Glazier and M r s . Joy er and sister whom she had not 100 Mile House.
M r s . Helen Annett and M r s . Bryenton from C l o v e r d a l e seen for 15 years.
Joyce Swanky. visited old friends, the John *** * **
Annetfs this week. The ladies M r . and M r s . J . J / Martin, , We would like to welcome the
M r . and M r s . John Brons- were homeward bound from a former K e r s l e y residents now foUowing families to the K e r s -
wyk of Dale Lake Road return- holiday trip to Alberta. residing in L a n g l e y , visited, ley district. M r . a n d M r s . G r a t -
ed recently from a three week
holiday in their native country,
.* * * • their daughter, Alice Lund and to and two sons, M r . a n d M r s .
Mrs. Jack Preston i s a pa- family last week. A r d e l l and family and M r . and
Holland. M r s . Maier and family.
tient in G.R. Baker Hospital
* ** having undergone surgery. Best
wishes for a speedy recovery.
CARIBOO RADIO'S SOUNDSATIONAL SURVEY
C K C Q AND C K W L T O P T W E N T Y FOR THE W E E K ENDING
THIS WEEK ' LAST WEEK
: 1 Hey Jude Beatles 3
2 Harper Valley P . T . A . Jeannie C . Riley 1 A General Meeting of the Quesnel Men's
3 People Got To Be Free The Rascals 2 Curling Club held in the Curling Club Sept. 23rd
4 Hush Deep Purple 4
5 Fire Arthur Brown - 13
6 F o o l On t h e H i l l Sergio Mendes A motion was passed that all Members of
& B r a s i l '66 8 the Men's Club wishing to curl this season and
7 1, 2, 3, Red Light 1910 Fruitgum C o . 5
not on a rink at the present time are asked to
8 G i r l Watcher
9 Revolution Beatles 11 register with Bill Fowler 992-5441 or Gordon
10 House That Jack Built Aretha Franklin, 9 Harnett 992-2821 - by October 1st. After which
11 Say A Little Prayer Aretha Franklin 12 time new members will be accepted to complete
12 Born To Be Wild Steppenwolf 7 rinks.
13 On The Road Again Canned Heat 16
14 My Special Angel Vogues 17
15 You Keep Me Hangin On Vanilla Fudge 6
16 Help Yourself James and Bobby
17 Magic Bus .•?
18- Do It Again The Beach Boys If Quesnel prospectors were caught en route to their claim in the determination, a gold pan, and a pick and shovel. Today the min-
19 G i r l From The North Country Tom Northcott 10 bush. Pictured-above from the left are Gary Toop, Sophie L i l i - er can call on modern techniques and technologies to unlock many
20 Little Green Apples O.C. Smith ,
Cariboo Radio " P i c k of the Week". . .Ride My See-Saw.
NEW berte, B e n Schemenauer and T e r r y Toop. During a brief stop in
downtown Quesnel M r . Schemenauer emphasized the difference be-
of the c l a i m ' s secrets before he even starts to hunt for thegold.
Although these new aids make the modern prospector's lot easier CURLING CLUB
Moody Blues. ."Spotlight Single". iNaturally Stoned. . .The tween prospecting today and years ago when.all was needed was • It can still take a small prospector a lifetime to produce a mine.
Avant-Garde. ."Country C o m e r " . .When You A r e Gone. . .,
J i m Reeves.
(Continued from Page 4)
Servan-Schreiber, Europe must The United States, as the that we should not stay in the
become an economic colony of French author says, has made race but, limiting our future i n -
North America — a r i c h c o l - i t s most profitable investment come, s h o u l d concentrate i n -
ony, to be sure, but a colony not in machines but in men. stead on the improvement of our
of a. "superior civilization." Its educational system i s the soul. Perhaps that i s the course
One may .quarrel with the mother of its economy. of wisdom but it w i l l not be
French economist's measure-
ment of civilization but that i s
a philosophical problem. In ec-
For example, 43 per cent of
a l l Americans between the ages
knowingly foUowed by a people
who are convinced (wrongly, as never etter
of 20 and 24 are attending uni- I believe) that the pursuit of
onomic terms the facts are quite veristy as against 22.5 per cent wealth and ease is.the supreme"
clear — American tecnology is. in Canada. Even Russia, with objective of life.
penetrating and dominating the 24 per cent, i s ahead of us.
Western world not because it Western Europe lags far be-
F I N A L ANALYSIS .
Robert McNamara, no philo-
deliberately intends to do so but hind, Britain at the bottom of
because it cannot pause, and
sopher but probably the great- Longer. Wider. More car than you've
the list with seven per cent. est industrial manager of our ever seen before at a Ford price.
moves on like a-river by its time, a d m i t t e d in a recent
These figures correspond ac-
own laws and being. speech that science, technology Did you mistake it for o n e of C a n a d a ' s most
curately with economic per-
The r i v e r can be dammed by formance. It i s no coincidence and management "do not sum up expensive c a r s ? Lots of people do.
any nation that i s prepared to but cause and effect that ameri- the entire worth of education." And with good reason. Ford looks like a
exclude American goods, capi- can technology, built on an ex- In the final analysis,, he said, high price luxury car. It has a longer
tal and production methods, but pert work force, outstrips all the important thing is to develop
only at the cost of restricting wheelbase than its higher priced competition.
its rivals. our "human capabilities." A wider track than any c a r in its class.
its wealth. Not many nations will Or, as a Chinese sage,Kuan- Yet without technical training
make this sacrifice. Europe, And a spacious interior. This Ford is
tzu, wrote 26 centures ago,. " I f there can be no p r o g r e s s ,
at any rate, is not making it." you plan for a year, plant a seed. " s p i r i t u a l , humanistic, econo- designed to ride quieter than before.
In h i s attempt to stop the If for 10 years, plant a tree. mic or otherwise'' and the world It's easy to handle and turns in a smaller
economic flood President de If for 100 years, teach the w i l l be threatened by an ex- radius than last year. This is a luxury
Gaulle i s like a man sweeping people." plosion among the poor and size Ford at a very popular Ford price.
back the Mississippi with a The records of comparative backward peoples.
kitchen broom. productivity mean that in Can- This i s a l l true enough and it
ada we must vastly improve our i s true, too, that in Canada
INDUSTRIAL BASE technical education if we intend we have hardly begun to reck-
The flood will be stopped, to stay in the race. on the cost of educating our-
Servan-Schreiber argues, only A philosopher may well argue selves for the economic contest Ford LTD two-door hardtop
if Europe rejects Gaullist na- ahead.
tionalism and unties politically
CUSTOM MEAT CUTTING
and economically, thus building
an industrial base comparable
to that of the United States.
Then, and not until then, will Specializing in Wild Came Somebody finally built a better Mustang.
it have the chance to compete Cooled, Cleaned Cut and Wrapped We did. Five of them.
with American technology and,
Nobody's ever been able to beat the origina
above a l l , with American edu-
FROZEN I0< per lb. Mustang. Until now. The 1969 Mustang is
This lesson applies also to Freezer Beef Cr Pork all-new. Longer. Wider. Roomier than ever. With
Canada. We cannot, compete in five classic models: Hardtop, convertible,
modern i n d u s t r y , we can- Cut and Wrapped the way You want sportsroof, new super-cool Mustang G r a n d e ,
not h o p e to develop our re-
sources adequately or make
WESTSIDE CONFECTIONERY and super-hot Mustang M a c h I. But one thing
hasn't changed. T h e 1969 Mustang is still designed
good our ambitions for the fu- & COLD STORAGE to be designed by you! This year, go young again
ture, unless our workers are
better trained. 353 Anderson 992,6421 with Mustang 1969.
Luxury ride and classic styling in Mustang Mach I two-door hardtop
S.D. No. 2$ (QUESNEL) Canada's best car value.
Meteor value begins with a luxury length wheelbase
longest in its class. A n d Meteor is longer, wider and
heavier. Inside, the luxury of wall-to-wall
carpeting, rich fabric and vinyl or all-vinyl
upholstery. A n d a unique instrument cluster
resulting in more interior
room than any
Tenders are invited for the supply of one new 67 passenger other car in its c l a s s .
School Bus. Meteor, styled and built
in the c l a s s i c tradition
Trade-In — Nil of Lincoln Continental.
Dealers may submit separate bids for one or more types of
School Bus Bodies. Marquis Meteor LeMoyne two-door hardtop
The chassis and body will be a conventional type only. Spe- Until today this classic styling was reserved for much
cifications for the above units may be obtained from the more expensive cars.
Marquis offers exciting new luxury, classic styling and
School Board Office. / elegance in a medium price car. A n d Marquis can be yours.
A mark of s u c c e s s that quietly states your place in the
The specifications laid down by the Motor Vehicle Branch community. Marquis and Marquis Brougham. Elegant
of British Columbia shall be met in full on construction of the cars that look much more
school bus body and chassis. expensive than they are.
The units are required as rapidly as possible. and Marauder offer
sportiness in custom
Prices to be tendered F.O.B. Factory and Quesnel. edition cars with all-out
Sealed tenders plainly.marked "School Bus Tender" will be
accepted up to 5:00 P.M. October 3rd, 1968, at the School Be sure to see:
Board Office, Box 939, McNaughton Avenue, Quesnel, B.C.
Marquis, Marauder, Meteor, Cougar,
Montego, Cortina, Ford, Fairlane,
Mustang, Torino, Falcon and Thunderbird
Watch "Hockey Night in Canada", Wednesday and Saturday nights.
Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Any acceptance
by this Board of School Trustees is subject to final approval by
the Department of Education, Victoria, B.C.
J 237 McLean St. Quesnel, B.C. 992-2524
16 - THURSDAY, S E P T E M B E R 26, 1968 - T H E QUESNEL CARIBOO OBSERVER
* QUESNEL VIEW NEWS Million Dollar
By B A B GARVIN Lynda received less than her M r . F e i r , S c h o o l Superin-
QUESNEL VIEW — M r s . May
Higdon and her house guest,
neighbour received for an o r -
dinary steer. T h i s it seems to
tendant, and G a r n e t H a r r y ,
member of the school board
me, offers little encouragement Hector Wright, Commission-
M r s . Arlene Meyers, attended commented on the problems to-
to the boys and g i r l s who spend er, Workmen's Compensation
the presentation to M r s . Ruth day f a c i n g teachers and p a r -
so much time with their ani- Board, told delegates attending
Patchett of a " L i f e Member- ents and the school executives.
mals. the annual convention of the
ship" in the Bouchie Lake W.L
Union of B . C . Municipalities in
Visitors at the Montgomery Vancouver, last week, that i n -
M r . and M r s . Bert Lee of The H i l l and Dale and We si • farm over the weekend were
juries to municipal workers
North Vancouver, visited the F r a s e r Community 4 - H Clubs M r . and M r s . A r t Long of
cost the W C B $1,126,439 in
Slim Montgomerys last week. w i l l have the concession at the Williams Lake and M r , and 1967.
*** next sale on Oct. 4. M r s . Robert Montgomery and
Wright said that the W C B ,
M r s . Don Weaver i s a pa- ** * family also from the Lake.
last year, charged B . C . muni-
tient in G.R. Baker Hospital. M r s . Florence Montgomery, S u n d a y afternoon M r . and cipalities $1.20 for every $100
We hope you are home soon, Shirley C a s h and Linda T h i - M r s . Richard Montgomery and of payroll to provide compensa-
June. bealt, from H i l l and Dale 4 - H family arid Florence's mother,
tion to i n j u r e d m u n i c i p a l
C l u b a t t e n d e d the4-HHome M r s . J . Marsh also "popped workers.
*** Craft Work Shop held in Ques- i n " . ** *
The West F r a s e r Farmer's "Speaking generally, the r e -
nel Secondary School on Satur- sults (safety) in our large cities
Institute held its meeting in the T r o y N a g y and 13 young
hall Wedne sday, September 18 g u e s t s celebrated his ninth 'have been disappointing. The
with 12 members present. birthday at the home of his bright spots oh the municipal
M r s . J i m Nagy, son Troy, front are those areas close to
Regular business was attend- Misses Mary Jane Langedin and grandparents, M r . and M r s . J .
ed to and a Turkey Shoot was Higdon. large industrial areas," said
Mo Doonan of P r i n c e George Wright.
planned to be held on October spent the weekend at the H i g - Games were played and T r o y
13. don ranch. entertained his guests with se- He cited the examples of
lections on the accordion. Kimberley, T r a i l and Kitimat,
Recent visitors at the Don a l l of which have successful
Weaver home have been Don's Twenty little guests helped Mo Doonan from P r i n c e
accident prevention records
sister and her husband from the I r i s Joan Woolley celebrate her George and M r s . Joan Johnson year after year.
coast. 7th birthday on Sunday. helped with the games and lunch.
Wright said that 42 B . C .
*** Games were played and hot
municipal workers have been
M r s . L o r a Mulvihill visited dogs, ice cream and a clown The West F r a s e r H i l l B i l l y
killed on the job in the past
the A . F . Montgomerys for a brithday cake finished off the teenagers held their bi-monthly ten years. L a s t year three men
few days before leaving for T a - party. hop in the hall on Saturday, Sept.
21. died, 1,025 were temporarily
coma to spend the w i n t e r with disabled by accidents and 46
her eldest daughter. Roily and V i Wilkins from suffered permanent disability,
Kamloops visited at the J . J .
"Thankfully, as a result of
Jimmy M o f f a t , Slim Mont- Wilkins' over the weekend.
your cooperation and the ef-
gomery and Don Weaver sold
cattle at the sale on Sept. 20. A get aquainted meeting for
Way forts of the WCB accident pre-
(Continued from Page 4) vention department we have not
Also in the sale were the 4-H parents and teachers of the West had a municipal worker killed
plete abolition of any and a l l
champion sheep and the reserve, F r a s e r School w a s held Wed- in an excavation accident since
c h a m p i o n steer, for which nesday evening at the school. pollution of our environment. we started our drive on this
"It must, however, be r e -
cognized that, in terms of pol- hazard some years ago." said
lution control, there must be de- Wright.
grees of acceptable changes in He called on municipal auth-
Christmas Deadlines our enfironment as the result
of human activity," he contin-
orities to intensify their safety
efforts to reduce the pain and
ued. " F o r example, while it i s suffering, the loss of life and
for Foreign Mail unrealistic to enforce pollution useful manpower, and to r e -
control regulations upon a lieve the burden on the muni-
The Canada Post Office announces that foreign postal adminis- single trapper in northern B r i - cipal taxpayer.
trations have now submitted a l l Christmas deadline dates for tish Columbia because he has no
surface mailings. These require that letters and par eels should be other human habitation within a "Our accident prevention de-
posted as foUows to ensure delivery by Christmas time: hundred miles of him and there partment i s always at your
DESTINATION LETTERS PARCELS i s no" requirment for control, service. Any time that you would
BRITAIN Nov. 28 Nov. 11 this situation obviously i s not like them to work with you in
E U R O P E A N CONTINENT Nov. 15 Oct. 22 true in a highly industrialized improving a safety program we
R E P . OF SOUTH A F R I C A Oct. 29 Oct. 21 areas such as the southern are more than willing to co-
INDIA & PAKISTAN Oct. 12 Oct. 9 mainland coast. operate," said Wright.
OTHER T R A N S - A T L A N T I C P L A C E S Oct. 12 Oct. 7 "However, on the southern
ANTIGUA, B A H A M A S , BARBADOS & mainland coast, it i s equally Three B . C . areas received
BERMUDA Nov. 18 Nov. 11 unrealistic to expect to apply WCB safety awards from Wright
JAMAICA Nov. 25 Nov. 11 pollution c o n t r o l measures at the U B C M convention. Hon-
TRINIDAD. Nov. 22 Nov. 15 which would guarantee an en- oured for having the best saf-
C E N T R A L , SOUTH A M E R I C A vironment as natural as that in ety record i n their categories
& OTHER P L A C E S IN WEST INDIES Nov. 12 Nov. 4 the trapper's area. during 1967 were Kimberley,
AUSTRALIA & N E W Z E A L A N D Nov. 1 Oct. 24 "The point I wish to make i s Tadanac and Warfield.
J A P A N & HONG KONG Nov. 9 Nov. 1 that there must be some r e a l -
OTHER TRANS-PACIFIC P L A C E S Oct. 11 Oct. 3 i s t i c approach towards the b a l -
At the same time the Canada Post Office took the opportunity ance between man's develop- Flying Captain
to announce surface mailing d e a d l i n e s for the Canadian A r m - ment and improvement of his HOUSEHOLD AND The result of 33 months of spare time labour and an outlay of lines spends h i s spare time flying the 150 miles-per-hour a i r -
ed Forces over-seas. Servicemen w i l l receive their Christmas material life and the preserva- FASHION HINTS $3,000 i s this attractive 2 place Sirocco aircraft built by C P craft around B r i t i s h Columbia when off duty as a captain of the
mail in time i f it i s posted on or before the following dates: tion of the purity of his natural Socks that fit: Be sure to get A i r captain Graeme McKean. The veteran of 17 years with the a i r - large 600 miles-per-hour jetliners. ( C P AIR PHOTO).
DESTINATION LETTERS PARCELS environment. the correct size in socks for
BRITAIN Dec. 7 Nov. 28 " T h i s is in fact what p o l l u - children. It's just as important
E U R O P E A N CONTINENT Dec. 7 Nov. 28 tion control i s intended to ac- as the right size in shoes.
CYPRUS Dec. 7 Nov. 28 complish—that i s , the balance For healthy, growing feet, foot
GHANA Oct. 26 Oct. 22 between development and the specialists recommend obsor-
INDIA & PAKISTAN Oct. 12 Oct. 7 best environmental conditions bent all-cotton socks, in a size
PALESTINE Oct. 12 Oct. 7 we can maintain while r e a l i z - at l e a s t one-half inch longer
INDO-CHINA & TANZANIA Oct. 12 Oct. 7 ing this development." than the child's longest toe.
Y o u can always
have a large amount :'
and a wide variety
of food on hand—
shopping trips are
less frequent. B E T -
keeps its nutritional
, value for better
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