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QUESNEL CARIBOO OBSERVER WEDNESDAY, M A Y 26, 1976-9: THE GOLDFBELDS QUESNEL MACHINERY LTD. TRADING POST Box 4009 Quesnel LTD. PHONE 992-2174 e n s ' H o b o s w i n i c e b r e a k e r t o u r n a m e n t 251 REID ST. QUESNEL, B.C. COMPLETE LINE MONARCH PUMPS the Clippers was Chuck bottom half to win the game. the fourth inning to knock highest scoring contest of the earning the right to play 992-2965 REPAIRS & PARTS If the Quesnel Senior Kopetski's with the winner SPORTS AND RECREATION Baseball League's ice breaker Soroke with a triple and a Billy Barker out of the tournament 11-9. Clippers 994-3336 562-2672 SUBMERSIBLE-SUMP PUMPS- FIRE tournament is any indication single for three runs batted Ron Halverson knocked in the winning run with a single. tournament. Barker had sco- were down 8-1 at one point advancing against the Hobos in the final. Five runs in the it should be an exciting year in. red two runs in the top of the and rallied to send the game Native gold -Tjoid nuggia Jewollery • Beautiful B.C. Jade and Agate JewelleryJ • Souvenirs - Ceramics • leather Goods • Indian Crafts - BiC. Rocks and Gems PUMPS - DEEP & SHALLOW WELL of senior baseball this season. Soroke's two run triple Pete Swanson hit a solo home run for Kopetski's. inning and looked like they into extra innings but could third inning, with the big hit, 8-QUESNEL CARIBOO OBSERVER WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1976 came in the second inning but had the game won, but a three run triple by Glen Oil Paintinfjs - Velvet Paintings - Imported Goods from around the world Books of B.C. • COMPLETE WATER SYSTEMS AIL six league teams com- peted in the two day, double- in the bottom of the inning Labatts came right back. The not pull it off. Kowalski, provided the win- Jen's Hobos came back in In the next game the Hobos ning margin for Labatts. knockout event with Jen's Labatts came back with a two the fourth game of the day to winning run was scored after won their third straight with Hoboes emerging as the run triple of their own to take Kopetski's took advantage win another one, this time 3-0. George Forest had bunted a 6-3 win over Kopetski's. winners. Billy Barker Inn, a 3-2 lead. Bill Mclntyre hit of a tired Labatts team to the triple and was followed by back to the pitcher. He was Hobos scored three runs each score nine runs and defeat who were being touted as the over Prince George Martin & r e c o r d thrown out at first but the sets n e w team to beat this year, went Dean Eberly with a run Sons Loggers. The Hobos got in the bottom of the second them 9-6. Pete Swanson had a out in two straight games. scoring single. only one hit but were helped return throw to the catcher to and fourth innings. Don two run single for Kopetski's. They lost to two of the Clippers got one back in the by five Logger errors. Festerling hit a three run get the runner coming from fifth to send the game into homer for the Hobos. The final game was a good youngest teams in the tour- third was off the mark and The N A S C A R Western Canada championship. The trials at 6 p.m. and the track dashes. The B dash was won extra innings where Soroke The final game of the day tight contest with the Hobos nament, Cariboo Clippers and gave Labatts the win. Canada stock car racers came Quesnel race was not one of record was broken three or by Wayne Bailey of Edmon- singled home the winning run. was the biggest upset of the The third game was a battle edging out the A's 2-1. Two Prince George Labatts. to Quesnel Saturday night these but points gained did four times before the second ton. Second spot went,to last The second game of the day tournament as Labatts scored On Monday, the Loggers of the Prince George teams, runs in the fourth inning got The Clippers who won only three runs in the bottom of and as expected the track count towards a satellite Can to last car out, set the final year's NASCAR champion, saw Jen's Hobos defeat Billy eliminated the Clippers in the Labatts came out on top 8-6 the win for the Hobos. two games in league play last record was lowered, in fact it Am series championship. record. Bryce Mann of Saska- Reg Kennedy of Surrey, in a Barker 5-2. The Hobos scored year and who looked a little was lowered a number of There are cars from B.C., toon in a 1976 Nova toured the 1973 Nova. Quesnel's Abb all five of their runs in the shakey in their league opener times. Alberta, Saskatchewan, and eighth of a mile paved oval in Giesbrecht came in fourth. first two innings after tagging last week, showed some hot Twenty-six super stockers Washington competing in the 14.963 seconds to set the new The A Dash was won by Barker starter Barry Walker bats from the youngsters in were at the Quesnel speed- series that has races at Prince mark. George Doonan of Surrey in a for four hits and getting some their line-up. The Labatts way as part of the Mark Ten George, Edmonton, Calgary The eight fastest qualifiers 1974 Nova after Mann failed help from Barker fielders who have many of the graduates NASCAR series. Only six and Saskatoon. were then split into two to get his car to the starting committed two errors. from Babe Ruth ball in Prince races count for the .Western The drivers started time groups of four to run four lap line in time. Moe Willits, also Hobos starting pitcher Jim George and will give the other aw of Surrey, finished second. Booth helped his own cause Prince George Labatts hitter steps into a pitch thrown by a teams in the league plenty of The cars were then divided with three runs batted in. Billy Barker pitcher. Labatts upset Billy Barker to eliminate trouble. into three groups through the George Williams hit a home them from the ice breaker tournament. All games in the tourna- basis of the time trial runs for run for Barker in the first ment were scheduled to go the slow, medium and fast inning to give them a short five innings but four of the ten Strikes and Spares heats. lived lead. games had to be decided in The slow heat got the The third game of the day extra innings. No games were racing off to an auspicious saw the Clippers suprise won by more than three runs start without a spinout on the again as they forced Kopetski and there was only one first lap, so the race had to be A's to six innings before WED. 9 P.M. Lucky Strikes 10 shutout. started over again. When the losing 3-2. The game was tied Family Affair 22 Try Hards 7 The first game on Sunday race finally did get underway, Car number 55, George Doonan of Surrey crosses the finish line to win the A dash. Doonan also placed fifth in the main event. 1-1 after five innings. The Truckers 18 In Laws 4 was between the Clippers and three Prince George drivers Clippers scored one run in the Leaders 17 Last Straws 3 the Labatts. The Clippers Pin Drops 12 ViMoxam 283-750 who started in three out of the the starting grid for the race. Selby with Powers in second top half of the inning but the edged Labatts 4-3 in six Alleycats 12 FvonDurocher 304-723 last four positions quickly Most of the faster cars got and Klugh third. Mann finally A's came back with two in the innings. The hitting star for Exanthippe Smilers 12 THURS. made their way to the front caught up in traffic in the first broke through to win the A Loggers 12 The Blanks ''.. .25 and finished that way. Paul 15 laps as one of the slower main and the $1,000 cheque ews Uplandera 5 G.M.'s 20 Brown was first, Joe Sabatino cars effectively blocked any that went with it. Willits was Bhie Bombers 2 777 , 17 second and Roger Turgeon passing attempts. It was second and Haslam third. Mary Nieuwboer 272 Flintstones 16 third. finally Roy Haslam of Victoria Next race in the Twin City Sharon Sutton 1 77 Turkeys 13 In the medium heat, Dan in a 1976 Chevelle who made Auto Racing circuit is this Terry Smith 296-788 M-Cs 12 Noble of Kettle Falls, Wash- the move around the slower Sunday when the stockers Hi from the staff at the pool! The following WED. 7 P.M. Pickpockets 12 ington led from start to finish car and the racing was on. Holy Rollers 25 Confusions 11 and modifieds move back to programs will be offered at the pool this summer. Jokers Five 9 to take the victory. Bailey, Mann put on a determined Family Five 20'/: the Quesnel speedway. For further information call us at 992-7612. Rorkes 0 winner of the B dash, was chase to catch Haslam but had True Grit 20 Red Cross Learn-to-Swim classes will be held Roxy Rollers 16'A Billie Pinnette 255 1ST. & 2ND. MORTGAGES moving up on Noble but blew to settle for second again. a tire with three laps to go. Al Tourond of Surrey in a Being active during the summer with three sessions of three Billy Barker first baseman Joe Weremy puts the tag on a Labatts runner caught leaning the wrong way. Bluffers Pow 16 13 Mary Nieuwboer Terry Smith 293-718 331-798 Bryan Selby of Cranbrook 1973 Plymouth was third, weeks each: was second and Don Sales of Barry Powers of Regina, doesn't have to be available under our Session I - July 5-July 23. driving a 1976 Nova was name them co-captains and have them sit on REGISTRATION Quesnel third. fourth and Doonan was fifth. a memory. Session II - July 26-Aug. 13. The fast heat was won by Home Finance Plan. You had to work fast in the pits. Here two crew members are putting a new 'eft front tire on one of the race cars. The super stockers were in Quesnel as the first stop in their series of races Del Kornelson of Calgary. The drivers then moved on to Prince George for races Session III - Aug. 16-Sept. 3. Registration takes place this Saturday (May 29) Post game opposite ends of the bench for 73 of the 78 games. Their only appearances will be against the for BANK OF MONTREAL in B.C., Alberta and Saskatchewan. Mann did a good job of Washington Capitals where they will inspire the comment working his way through the Sunday and Monday. The between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. at Helen Dixon pack and just about caught Kornelson at the finish but Sunday racing was for Can Am series points and the Elementary School gym. The Royal Life Saving Society is introducing By Gary Kingston Canucks to a two win, two loss, one tie record. REDCROSS Junior boys tourney Sunday had to settle for second place. MAIN EVENTS Monday race was the first N A S C A R Western Canada P3RTlCIPBtJIOn 351 Reid St. Phone 992-5571 Will Montreal general manager Sam Pollack three new classes this summer. They will be offered i_Now that the Montreal Canadians have won the trade Glen Goldup, Rick Chartraw, Murray Wilson, SWIMMING After a short intermission points race. during the mornings of the above sessions. They Stanley Cup the only playoff left to be decided is Bunny Laroque, Claude Ruel and Roger Doucet to The 12th Annual Quesnel Junior Boys golf tournament is set for this Sunday at the Past highlights of the tour- nament show that there has been some very good and Ken Reid, also of Quesnel, holds the low net record with the 74-9-65 he shot in the same the main events were run. The B main started out with ten cars but after a few laps On Sunday a new track record was set at the Prince George track when Eric SAVE $25.00 ON are: who can stay on skates the longest, 40 year-old the Washington Capitals for their first, second, and Lifesaving I~which fits in between Red Cross Gerry Odrowski of the Winnipeg Jets or 46 year-old third round picks for the next 27 years. LESSONS competitive golfing during the tournament as Lazzarin. was down to five. Spin outs Dowler of Edmonton was intermediate and senior. Gordie Howe of the Houston Aeros. But there are Will Bobby Orr find true happiness playing on takes place Quesnel Golf Club. years. The most victories The boys will be competing recorded is three by Doug Quesnel golfers have won the tournament six times, and two crashes on the early laps helped to reduce the timed in 15.465. The B dash was won by ALL JOHN DEERE Lifesaving H and Lifesaving ILT-which follow Red still many hockey questions left unanswered. Gross senior and precede Bronze Medallion. .' separate nights for Los Angeles, Detroit, Chicago and the recently moved Kansas City franchise to SAT. MAY 29TH., in two different age groups, Buchanan of Williams Lake 14 and under and 15 to 18, for who won the event in 1965-66 Williams Lake golfers four times and a Prince George numbers. When the race was over, it was Turgeon who Willits and the A dash was won by the home town boy, BICYCLES. Registration for these courses takes place at the Will Kate Smith lose her job as the spark behind Rowing, North Dakota. The Rowing Orrs as the same time as the Red Cross swim lesson the Philadelphia Flyers, after failing to spur them new team will be called, will share the cost of Orr's 11A.M.-4 P.M. the Keen's Men's and Boy's and 67. boy also won once. The survived it all to take the Turgeon. Selby won the slow NOW Shop low gross shield and the winning score has been under checkered flag. Brown was heat, Archie Grenko of registration. on to victory in the fourth game of the final series. two million dollar a year contract with the other Jens Ingstrup low net trophy. Jay Lazzarin of Quesnel 80 eight out of the eleven second and another Prince Edmonton won the medium ONLY Adult lessons begin this week, with lessons on Flyers coach Fred Shero says no. at three teams. The Ingstrup trophy was first put up last year. holds the low gross record with the 73 he shot in 1970. times the tournament has been held. George driver. Bill Klugh was third. heat and Tourond took the fast heat. In that heat, 20" CHILDREN'S HIGH RISE $54.95 either Monday and Wednesday nights or Tuesday And what will become of Clarence Campbell? Will Helen Dixon Elem. School and Thursday nights between 8-9. Last year we had "Kate is still and always will be a part of this The A main, a 50 lap race, Giesbrecht was second and 3-SPEED (LADIES' & MEN'S) $94.95 he be permanently enshrined in the Hall of Fame as was the most exciting of the Sales was third. 5-SPEED (LADIES' & MEN'S) $114.95 a lot of really successful adult swimmers, (hope to team," says Shero. But Flyers captain Bobby a founder in the demise of the NHL or will his CHARGE: $8.00 in-town residents see you out again!) so resolve to take the plunge this Clarke says that his teammates are upset that she Jay and Gloria Lazzarin win night. Sixteen cars lined up on The B main was won by 10-SPEED Quantities may be limited. $124.95 summer. came to the game out of shape and overweight. mouth be used as a target for the puck shoot contest at the Montreal Forum? Score a goal and win not [plus $4.oo surcharge for out-of-town residents] The first session of Bronze Medallion classes one but two 24 by 36 full color glossies of Dave Sash upset Labatts IT'S FUN TO STAY FIT CASH IN ON begins this evening (Wed.) and are conducted "We don't want her back for the next season," Schultz beating a Montreal usherette, a policeman Mixed and Social tournament THIS WHEEL DEAL NOW. Monday and Wednesday evenings with a lecture says Clarke. between 8-9 and a pool session between 9-10. and Roget Doucet over the head with his hockey MEMO Woodland Sash pulled off The game was scoreless for While some Quesnel Golf Other scores recorded 91-24-67. McNeil edged Otto the first upset of the year in the first 80 minutes until Offer expires June 30,1976. Bronze Medallion is the prerequisite for all Another big question to be answered, is what will stick while the caption reads "Hockey violence is only in the minds of kooks." Club members were in Wil- were: Alice and Dave Black- Munk and Dave Blackmore by the North Cariboo Soccer Woodland forward Andy Tay- advanced lifesaving courses, so take it now, and become of Red Kelly's pyramid power. Rumour has liams Lake on the weekend for the Chilcotin Maple Leaf more, 36Vz, Ken and Bachman, 3 7 , John and Jackie Clare one stroke. Munk shot a League last Wednesday when lor found the range with two ELDORADO Recreation Center take another course during July and August. Even it that Maple Leafs owner Harold Ballard has signed For the answer to these and more outrageous they defeated Labatts-Fab 80- 12-68 and Blackmore a goals in the last ten minutes. if you've taken Bronze Medallion, repeat it, and eight Egyptian imports for next year who also questions, tune in next year, my goodness make TRAVEL SERVICE LTD, : Open, the rest staged a couple Panagrot, 38 h, Harry and 94-26-68. Blackmore also had United 2-0 in Prince George. Woodland Sash takes on of tournaments of their own. Mildred Keen, 41V2, Brian the low nine hole score of The win for the undefeated Mackenzie Findlay Forest BOUCHIE LAKE 249-5404 earn a bar for the award (which validates your happen to be in the Pyramid arena building that two months, to "As the NHL Turns" when you On Saturday, they held the and Ann Rankin, 4 3 ' A , Mike 45-13-32. Sash team moved them into Products on Sunday. Macken- MMI9M1 Bronze Medallion a further two years.) business. Watch for future developments. will see Alan (Finger) Eagleson lead the Canadian monthly Nine-hole Mixed and Stevens and Marj Watt, 4 4 V 2 , Other 18 hole scores recor- first place, one point ahead of zie surprised Hausot Kickers Our Mom (or Dad) and Tot program begins team into the World Hockey Championship with v A BIG C O U N T R Y . SIRVICE Social Tournament. The win- Erik and Barb Bodman, 4 5 V 2 , ded were: Ken Bachman, Labatts. Woodland have three 6-0 two weeks ago. Labatts Friday May 28 and will be held each Monday and Will Phil Maloney find any takers for washed up cries of "we won't play if we can't have seven men ners of that were the mother Phil Bodman and Vera Rose, 81- 12-69, Gary Doerkson, ties however and have played face another strong challenge veterans Andre Boudrias and Tracy Pratt or will he on the ice." Three and son team of Jay and 47V2, George and Jackie 96-26-70, Phil Bodman, 89-15- one more game than Labatts. when they go up against Friday between 12-1. While formal swimming Gloria Lazzarin. For Jay it Winram, 4 9 V 2 and John and 74, Oscar Festerling, 87-12-75 For Labatts, last year's Olympics who trail them by instruction is not recommended until the age of six, VISIT DISNEYLAND was his second tournament Terry Lazzarin, 51 V z . George Winram, 95-18-77, only one point. In other most children and parents enjoy the water cheers champions who amalgamated win of the weekend. On The lowest number of putts Brian Rankin, 96-18-78, Bill action, Hausot play Tripke The Amazing with Fab International, it was experience. Instructors will be present to provide ^ 1 rabbit Sunday he won the 600 Block taken were 14 by Ken and Arnot, 88-10-78, K . Reid, the first goals they have Pastry Chefs who are tied McLean Street Open. Clare Bachman and the 83-5-78, John Panagrot, 94-14 with Olympics and Quesnel assistance. surrendered this season after r Tuesday and Thursday nights between 9-10, the PBRJicipamon '259 The team of Lazzarin and hidden hole champions were -80, and George Thomas, three consecutive shutout vic- Forbes Construction host last 7 NIGHTS holidays leave from Vancouver every w e r e '070/7 ^ Lazzarin won by just half a Phil Bodman and Vera Rose. 101-14-87. tories. place Croatia. pool is open for keep fit swiniming and water polo. FROM Sunday from June 27. stroke over Paul and Dorothy The other weekend tourn- There are several awards available for swimming, Children aged 2-16 reduction ofS80 when - , f , M m m sharing accommodation with 2 adults. Benoit, who recorded a low ament was held on both m jitiLwn n n 'Timwrnir:1 n ir r " n " * ^ - ^ * "— and the guards will help you in any way possible. CARYALL BOOKS back. net of 34 V 2 . Third place went Saturday and Sunday, the NLDS ICUE to Bob Bonner and Helen Men's Handicap Medal Play MEN FOR THAT "SPECIAL" OCCASION See you there! 353 Anderson Drive • Return air fare by Pacific Western Airlines Boeing 737 Smith with a score of 35 Vz and championship. 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MIKE MICKIE LTD. • Return air transportation from Vancouver to Honolulu by Pacific Western Amines Open Daily Boeing 707 Priced just right... 8:30 A M • 9:00 P M Complimentary in-lligni meals and bar RECREATION CENTER c Saturday til 6:00 P M ree baggage allowance 44 lbs. per person "STOP IN AND BROWSE, Sunday 10:00 A M • 9:00 PM YOU MAY STRIKE IT RICH" A Lower Floor 323 Reid St. Main Floor 915 FRONT STREET D.L 345A. PHONE 992-5600 I 992-2724 Quesnel 992-2623 558 N. Fraser Dr. 992-2065 . 430 REID ST. ' 992-7002 10-QUESNEL CARIBOO OBSERVER WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1976 QUESNEL CARIBOO OBSERVER WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1976-11 WALLACE DRIVING o ok s od ^ Cariboo ballpark Y u only l o a g o * asyoufeel. £ SCHOOL paRTiaPBcnonk BALL -5560 gets f e n c e , Lights Jim Tennant recorded the lowest net score this year to ling. 42-6-36. OTHER SCORES 43-3-40, Paul Benoit, 48-7-41, John Panagrot, 49-7-42, Ron STRIKE n d best d aOne of the a dsenior boards win last week's nine-hold club Paul Sutherland, 56-18-36, Berezan, 50-8-42, John Diakiw tournament by three strokes. Ken Bachman, 42-6-36, Phil 52-10-42. fence will be painted white to Tennant had a score of Bodman, 4 4 - 7 V 2 - 3 6 V 2 , Larry POINTS LEADERS baseball parks in B.C. will enhance the appearance and 33-3-30. In second spot were Spears, 4 0 - 3 V 2 - 3 6 V 2 , G. You- Tennant also moved into soon see some improvements to prolong its life. It will be Otto Munk, 3 9 - 6 - 3 3 , and Gord nghusband, 52-15V2-37V*. Mel the lead in the points race that will make it even better. located along the two roads Russell, 45-12-33. La Plante, 4 0 - 2 V 2 - 3 7 V 2 , J . with his win last week. that run beside the park. High potential two-bay service station complete with car x Tennant has 31 points, fol- Cariboo ballpark, home of wash; in the town of 100 Mile House, B . C . The ideal Cappan 52-14Vz-31 k, John lowed closely by Munk with the Quesnel Senior Baseball The purpose of the fence is candidate should possess mechanical experience, and a Other ball winners were: Travers, 4 4 - 6 V 2 - 3 7 V 2 , G.Win- 28 and Dave Blackmore with League, will get a new fence to eliminate gate crashers at strong desire to succeed in his own business. For full Gary Doerkson, 47-13-34, Jens ram, 47-9-38, Tom Cheavins, Put your best foot forward and learn information contact: Ingstrup, 4 6 - 1 1 V 2 - 3 4 V 2 , Bob 41-2V2-38V2, Allen Kohlen, 24. Bachman has 21, Russell around its outside perimeter different functions in the park Bonner, 40-4V*-35Vz, Mel Kn- 46-7V2-38V2, Mel Flannagan, 20, Doerkson, 18, and and the league is also selling and also to discourage vandal- ight, 48 - 1 2 V * - 3 5 ' A , Harry 43-4-39, Bob Porter, 52-13-39, Cheavins 17. "SYSTEMS DRIVING" advertising board space to go up on the inside of the outfield ism to the present facilities, J.P. Bedford, Keen, 4 2 - 6 V z - 3 5 V 2 , Bob John- Bill Willis, 49-10-39, Jim Gir- Next tournament is the the new advertising signs and ston, 3 9 - 3 V 2 - 3 5 V s , ' B r i a n Ran- vin, 51-11V2-39V2, Terry For- Medal Play Club Champion- For personalized lessons that allow you to learn at your fence. the tower flood lights. ship this Sunday. 563-2024 or 563-0381 [Collect] kin, 45-9-36 and Oscar Fester- cier, 50-10-40, Lloyd Harper, own speed call: The advertising money will go towards the cost of the Most of the materials and or write to 2314 Shearer labor for the building of the Barker a n d Hobos STEVE WALLACE [instructor] lights that will be going up around the park. The lights fence and the light towers have been donated and are Crescent, Prince George, B.C. may not be put up until the ready to be put to use. unisn Fee: Only $10.00 per hour *** - JZU*J** - ^T\£Z JZ^ZZ^^&tfe^ - - w ~*- win league openers latter part of the season however as they have to be ordered from back east. Quesnel Senior Baseball The Billy Barker Inn used attempt by Oakford. came back with two runs of League president, Jim Alton Union Oil Company of its strong hitting to win the The A's got on the score- their own in the bottom half of The fence around the says that everything is ready Canada Limited. opening game of the 1976 board first in the fourth the inning but the Hoboes got outside of the park will be and it is just a question of Quesnel Dairy Queen manager Brian Jmaeff hands over the advertising space cheque to Quesnel Senior Baseball League eight feet high and construc- Quesnel Senior Baseball lea- inning when Mike Sabanko hit another run in the second and getting a work party together Quesnel Mayor Ceal Tingley takes a swing at the pitch And misses. The Mayor was a busy man gue 6-1 over Kopetski's A's. treasurer Bill Johnson. The Dairy Queen was the first company to have its billboard put up on the outfield fence of Cariboo an infield single driving in three more in the third to put ballpark. ted of sturdy plywood. The to begin building. on Sunday. Here he is opening the Quesnel Senior Baseball ice breaker tournament. Late in the Arnie Predigger of the Inn Inglis who had doubled to the game out of reach. . day he cut the ribbon to open the McLean St. Golf Tournament. and Bud Atkins of the A's right field. Billy Barker got Winning pitcher, Harold were locked in a pitchers duel that one back in the fifth when Gardner Graham wins high point ribbon until the top of the sixth inning when the Barker bats came to life, knocking in five Predigger helped out his own cause with a run scoring single. Toombs went four innings for the Hoboes before giving way to Bud Engelsbry who fini- Rod and Shopping 992-8821 shed the six-inning game. The Centre The Milburn Mountain Rid- King ing Club held it's 5th annual 2nd - Dawn Kolenchuk riding Brother Bear runs and sending Atkins to 2nd - Karen Clarke riding the showers. With one out, Max Helsel in going the distance for the Inn. Predigger struck out seven Hoboes battered three Clip- per pitchers with starter Terry Clarke taking the loss. Gun Club Jack-pot Gymkhana, May 16. Koket Neil Graham, a most improv- 3rd - Sherie Hennigar riding Cookie ed Junior rider, was awarded Kitten 3rd - Debbie Clarke riding singled and last year's home run champion Ivan Malinsoky 4th - Stanley Allan riding got an early start on this In the other league opener in Quesnel last week, Jens Hoboes swamped the Cariboo League action resumes to- night with the Hoboes playing Kopetski. The Hoboes face News the high point aggregate Junior B Aggregate Mark year's title with shot to left Clippers 13-6. The Clippers look like they will be hard the Clippers tomorrow and ribbon for the day. The 1st - Marlene Hennigar riding Prejunior Aggregate center field. New import then on Sunday the first of the The public is cordially invited to participate in the pressed to match their two results are as follows: Thistle 1st - Tracy Bettcher riding Barry Walker singled, Tom doubleheaders with the Financial assistance Quesnel Rod and Gun Club's Shootzenfest, to be Senior Aggregate Spooner reached base on an win count of last season. 1st - Darhl Paley riding Ike 2nd - Coleen Hennigar riding Lady Lucky 2nd - Sandy Fletcher riding error and Jerry McDonald The Hoboes started the Prince George teams start. Management counselling held on Sunday, May 30, at the club. Although 2nd - John Crossman riding 3rd - Debbie Turner riding Smokey walked to load the bases and game off with four runs in the The A's play Martin & Sons in Management training trophies will be awarded to the winning team and Prince George and the Clip- the high individual scorer, the Shootzenfest is Clamity Cheekie 3rd - Dean Allan riding Mark set up Dave Oakford's two top half of the first inning as pers host Labatts at Cariboo Information on government primarily a fun shoot. 3rd - Hans Brinkert riding 4th - Sherie Dwinnell riding 4th - Angel Allan riding Mark run single. The fifth run was the Clippers made numerous ballpark. programs for business Birdie Mouse The first point day of the scored by McDonald after a errors in the field. Cariboo Teams representing the pulp mill, the Cariboo Junior A aggregate Junior C Aggregate year will be held Sunday at 11 bad throw by Kopetski catch- DAVE MURISON or LARRY DANIELSON er Wayne Inglis on a steal one of our representatives will be at Observer, the RCMP, the Quesnel Rod and Gun 1st - Chris Crossman riding 1st - Neil Graham riding Misty a.m. The Talisman Inn in Quesnel Club and many individuals are already slated to on Wednesdays and Thursdays compete, and our club is hoping many other teams and individuals will enter the tournament. In addition to the normal paper and clay bird targets, If you require financing.to start, modernize or THE CORPORATION OF THE expand your business and are unable to ' competitors will also try their hands at balloon TOWN OF QUESNEL obtain it elsewhere on reasonable terms and busting and metal gong ringing. ASSORTED BLACK & DECKER 6" ADJUSTABLE ASSORTED conditions or if you are interested in the. Entry fees are $6.00 per shooter and registration CIRCULAR FBQB management services of counselling , GIRL'S SOFTBALL Mounties 9 Elks 8 Bears 0 5 0 one for the Braves. TAXPAYERS and training or wish information on \ government programs available for your will be from 9 to 10 a.m., with shooting starting at 10 a.m. For further information or to pre-register, WRENCHES WRENCH TOOLS SAW Junior Girls "A" Standings Reds 0 5 0 Standings business, talk to our representative. phone Ric Edberg at 747-2136. Refreshments will ONLY 26 PTS. W L PTS. All T Ball games are played w L PTS. Wildcats 16 Mounties 5 0 10 at Baker Elementary School Braves 5 2 10 be available at the club house. Chrome alloy Reg. 3.47 7'A" saw Each Tigers 12 Yankees 3 2 6 starting at 6:30 p.m. Dodgers 4 1 Calendar of Coming Events Ea. Spec. Elks 1 3 2 Wed. May 26 Expos 3 3 more business days remaining to pay your 1976 Burnout protected motor Penguins 11 May 27 - work "bee" at the club house beginning at Otters 7 Cubs 0 4 0 Bears vs. Reds Texans 3 4 PROPERTY TAXES without the 10% PENALTY Farm league games are Expos vs. Nuggets Pirates 1 6 ADDITION. PAY YOUR TAXES NOW AND AVOID i 4:30. Cougars 6 8 7 ' Beavers 5 played at Rotary and Alex Cards vs. Eagles Wed. May 26 THE PENALTY! May 30 - Shootzenfest - open to the public. Lynx 4 Fraser Parks starting at 6:30 Mon. May 31 Pirates vs. Texans FEDERAL June 3 - General meeting. Bears 3 p.m. Bears vs. Eagles Thurs. May 27 A 10% PENALTY ADDITION will be added after the j BUSINESS June 5 and 6 - Registered Trap Shoot in Prince Junior Girls "B" Expos vs. Reds Dodgers vs. Braves close of business on Wednesday June 30th., 1976 to all ] DEVELOPMENT BANK Wed. May 26 Sun. May 30 George. Monte Carlo Full Front Monte Carlo Full Rear TURTLE Skunks 10 Cubs vs. Elks - Rotary Cards vs. Nuggets 1976 taxes remaining unpaid including unclaimed ' Wolverines Babe Ruth • Texans vs. Expos Provincial Home Owner Grant. 1320 Fifth Avenue, Prince George, B.C. June 19 and 20 - Cariboo Regional Matches, 6 Mounties vs. Yankees - A. Chipmunks Gophers x 2 2 Fraser. Mon. May 31 Expos 12 Texans 9 Willy Bailey hit his third Pirates vs. Mon. May 31 Dodgers E.A. GREEN j Telephone 563-0641 Outdoor registered match. June 26 - Bows vs. Bullets Tournament. CAR MATS CAR MATS CAR WAX CHAMOIS Braves vs. Texans Opening new doors to small business. Intermediate Girls Mounties vs. Cubs - Rotary home run of the year for the Administrator. : July 17 and 18 - Billy Barker Days Shootzenfest. Black, blue, gold, Black, blue, gold, B Synthetic 18 x 20" Millionettes 12 Yankees vs. Elks - A. Fraser Texans. Tues. June 1 Expos vs. Pirates July 18 - Billy Barker Days Fish Derby. olive & brown olive & brown 18 oz. bottle Rookies 9 T Ball Dodgers 13 Pirates 9 Reg. 2.95 Spec. Reg. 7.98 Spec. Reg. 6.79 Spec. Reg. 1.99 Spec. Bootleggers \ 8 Nuggets 36 Bears 29 Braves 7 Texans 6 Crystals Sonics 1 8 8 Expos 25 Eagles 41 Cards 21 Reds 32 Brad Comeau increased his league home run lead to five Trials event for dirt riders Capitals Jokers \ 6 3 Expos 36 Cards 36 Bears 33 Reds 31 with a blast for the Braves. Expos 12 Pirates 8 The North Cariboo Dirt Racers motorcycle club has they have to put a foot down or come off or stall their bike $ 1 . 3 8 Supremes 2 Nuggets 37 Eagles 26 Brett Hartnett hit a home been granted permission to completely they get points Stan dines run for the Pirates. use some land at Little Big ski against them. The rider with MINOR BASEBALL W L PTS. Braves 17 Pirates 15 hill to stage a trials competi- the lowest point total at the O-CEDAR GLEEM Farm League Cards 4 1 8 Roger Heaton and Brett tion during Billy Barker Days. end of the circuit is the JUICE BAR-B-Q | YACHT MOP SPONGE MOP Mounties 15 Cubs 12 Expos 4 1 8 Hartnett with his second in winner. Yankees 13 Elks 7 TOOLSET , Nuggets 4 1 8 two days hit home runs for Bruce Harper, a member of DECANTER Yankees 19 Cubs 11 2 6 the Pirates. Bruce McKone hit The trials event is not Eagles 3 the club, says that they do not necessarily a speed event. Riders maneuver their bikes have any other competitons 8 oz. 5 PIECE through streams and over and planned for the future but if Plastic Jumbo around rocks and logs in the trials event goes well they Reg. 1.98 Spec. Reg. 3.89 Spec. Reg. 2.39 Spec. may stage a few more. Reg. 1.19 Spec. different observed sections. 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Ask too about our discounts on calls to places outside of B.C. £$• £/• / SL L, V / 1 J 1 1 Central St. • *' ^ Phono 563-0271 Dealers Licence Number D1483 12-QUESNEL CARIBOO OBSERVER WEDNESDAY, MAY 26. 1976 QUESNEL CARIBOO OBSERVER WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1976-13 By Steve Ramsey * easily destroy his potatoes sprayed for, such as witches This is not possible with ping a potato into the knives, cellar. bulk system, they would have another round, he said al- Many things accompanied value as seed, Mr. Fawcett broom and astor yellow, and other types of planters as the should it miss. Mr. Fawcett said he aver- to redesign their root cellars though there is no "big the onslaught of the gold rush utilizes a chemical called the only way to prevent the seed is cut up by hand and As one last safety precau- ages 12-15 ton per acre from to accomodate the different money" in raising seed pota- of the 1860's, including the Eptam, which he sprays onto crop's destruction is to con- planted in no sequence. tion it is sprayed with a the extremely fine sandy loam loading methods. toes, he still makes "a little potato. the plot shortly before plant- tinually check for the culprits The planter is not a very disinfectant, before being soil, which potatoes appear to As he prepared to make bit." But unlike many of their ing, and costs approximately and pull out any signs of them. big piece of machinery, as dropped into the furrows and flourish in. contemporaries, which are $40 per acre. Although chemical sprays farm equipment, goes, being buried by a disc. In February or March, nothing more than memories, Another chemical he uses is and periodic inspections us- about the same size'as a small One of Mr. Fawcett's hired crews begin grading and the potato continues to thrive. Thiodan, designed to ward off ually stop any problems be- car, although similarities end men, Sam Field, said the only bagging the 250 tons of seed Potatoes were first intro- insects which thrive on the fore they occur, Mr. Fawcett there. disadvantage of the machine into 100 pound bags. duced to the Cariboo by the plant. has an additional safety fac- On top are two hoppers. was that it did not plant rocks The local producer says he Chinese during the gold rush, Thiodan, applied four to tor, a tuber unit planter. The front smaller hopper is too well. receives $7.50 per hundred- although it was not untii the five times during the summer, PLANTER for the fertilizer, while the HARVEST weight, although he says he Thirties that area farmers is considerably less costly The planter, purchased th- larger rear hopper holds After closely watching his thinks seed growers should be began to grow the vegetable than Eptam, he says, with the ree years ago at a cost of approximately 800 pounds of crop during the summer getting a dollar more per bag. commercially. total cost usually $12-13 per almost $5,000, is shared joint- seed. months, about the first of Most of Mr. Fawcett's seed Today, about 20 farmers acre. ly by Mr. Fawcett's ranch and As the tractor pulls the September crews cut the tops goes to Idaho or Montana, are actively engaged in pro- Another predator is cattle, the Australian Ranch. planter, it disperses the ferti- off the plants, to kill the plant. although it is often shipped, to ducing seed potatoes, averag- who "just love" the plant, Mr. The advantages of the lizer and engages a small twin Mr. Fawcett said the main the Okanagan or coast regions ing 2,500 tons per year. Fawcett says. His only means machine, of which there is conveyor system with sharp reason for lobbing the tops off of the province. One of those potato farmers of prevention is to make only one other in the Cariboo, needles which snare the pota- is to keep the size of the In recent years, seed buy- is Don Fawcett, who produces sure the fence is not in is that it plants the seed in toes. potato down. ers have been attempting to 250 tons of seed potatoes each disrepair. sequence, enabling the pro- The conveyor carries the About two weeks later, get seed growers to switch year on his ranch near Austra- There are certain other ducer to locate all the pieces seed to a chute, where the after the potatoes' skins have over to a bulk system, and lian, 24 miles south of Ques- afflictions that cannot be of the diseased seed. needles release the potato, hardened to prevent peeling discard the present system of nel. dropping it down onto a cross when dug up, the harvest 100 pound bags, but the The producer said he never section of sharp knives, which starts. district agriculturist says pro- intended to be a potato cut it into four pieces. The area seed raiser says ducers are a little reluctant to farmer, but when he pur- To ensure that the planter his usual harvest crew com- do so because of the possibil- chased the ranch six years does not miss, Mr. Fawcett plement is 10, and on a "good ity of contamination. ago, its former owners were has a hired man watch each of day" the cew will put 80 tons Besides, Mr. Fawcett says, raising seed potatoes, so he the conveyor systems, drop* into his 60 foot by 40 foot if growers change over to the continued with it. Here are 11 of the entrants in the 600 Block McLean Street Golf Tournament. Back- row: Ellis Hughes, Jack Gilbert, Brian Pederson, Don LeComte, Art Gilbert, Jim Girvin and Bud Jones. Front row: Elmer Pethick, John Lazzarin, Jay Lazzarin and Omer Dae. The other two entrants were Paul Pederson and Harold Hennigar. "If someone had told me ten years ago that I would be planting potatoes today," he Farm Credit Corporation NOT SOME T Y P E OF TORTURE MACHINE sayd, "I wouldn't have bel- ...but the inner workings of the planter. M c L e a n O p e n g o e s t o a p l a y o f f ieved them." CASH Mr. Fawcett says he stayed still has $370 million to lend Jay Lazzarin accepts the McLean St. Open Golf trophy from last year's champion Bud Jones. with it because the cattle The Farm Credit Corpora- now operating a viable farm $64,000., compared with BIG NAMES He won the tournament on the sudden death hole after Elmer Pethick choked on a 18 inch putt. market is often unpredictable, tion (FCC) has $370 million and who can provide a good $49,000 in the previous year. IN MACHINES ARE FOUND AT The 19th Annual 600 Block old Jay Lazzarin pulled it The event, started some 19 Nine families on the block Lazzarin put it through the and anyways it is "kind of a left to lend farmers in 1976-77, living for their families, will About 66 per cent of last McLean Street Open Golf Tournament went up the out.--or putted it in for the victory. years ago by John Lazzcrin and Art Gilbert, was original- set up holes (contraptions) in their backyards, frontyards, pipe, over the wheel-barrow and into the hole with a score cash crop." The Cariboo region in the Agriculture Minister Eugene Whelan announced recently. be asked to .delay their loan applications or to borrow from year's loans went to farmers under 35, compared with 52 L&M REPAIRS (1974) LTD. ramp, down the trough, The McLean street golf ly held as a touch football porches, composts or any of 14. Then the pressure fell Australian area is considered Although the corporation's other sources," Mr. Whelan per cent the year before. around the water, through tournament is one of those game but a few years later other tricky part of their lot on Pethick. He was lying 12 a virus free seed area, and budget was cut by $20 million, said. Interest rates were also MASSEY FERGUSON - the pipe, over the wheel- weird and wonderful things was turned into a golf that will force the other with about an eighteen inch stringent inspections are con- the minister said, the main The minister also noted increased to 9 per cent from % barrow and under the croquet that only the people of the 600 tournament, but not your competitors to use all the golf putt for the win. But he ducted to keep it that way. reason for the smaller budget that amendments to the Farm nine per cent effective April 1. HESSTON SKI-WHIZ ring before twenty-three year McLean street could think up. average tournament. knowhow they can muster. missed the putt and it rolled Jim Collins, district agri- is an unusually high demand Credit Act last year helped The interest rate is reviewed Not just anybody can cons- down the hill where it took for loans in 1975, with $190 create an unprecedented de- each year on April 1 and Oct. We have the MACHINES for the Cariboo. culturist, says that farmers in truct a hole however. As John him two strokes to sink it. that area must have all seed million of this year's budget mand for loans. 1, and is based on interest SPRING-SUMMER-FAIA-WINTER Lazzarin says, "you have to approved by the seed control already committed before Ap- Under the new amend- rates for government bonds have a little bit of seniority on The victory for Lazzarin committee, consisting of three ril 1. ments, farmers under 35 and investments. the block before you can have marked the first time that one producers and a government Because of the reduced years of age can borrow up to a hole." entrant had ever won the representative. budget, the F F C has intro- $150,000. The previous loan The host member, who tournament more than once. As well as the seed control duced a more restrictive limit for all farmers was stages the finishing hole in his He won it as a junior in 1968. committee, government in- lending policy, favoring those $100,000.00. yard is also responsible for Lazzarin also called upon spectors regularly check the farmers with the greatest Another change in the act providing the cooling facilities himself to make a little producers' crops to ensure a need. allows young farmers to phase for refreshments. speech. disease free area. "The corporation will conti- into full-time farming over Holes were set up at the "This is the happiest day of Although the farmer starts nue to follow the policy of a five year period. Captial homes of James Girvin, Paul my life," he said. "The holes with a contamination free supporting efficient family requirements for young far- Pederson, John Lazzarin, Al are getting harder every year seed, he must employ expen- farms," the minister said, "but mers were also reduced. Hepp, Bud Jones, Elmer and I feel very fortunate to sive chemicals to keep his the first priority is to assist In 1975-76, the FCC loaned Pethick, Harold Hennigar, win." crop disease-free. competent farmers to acquire, $641 million in the form of Omer Day and Art Gilbert, Lazzarin said the turning develop and maintain family Cariboo seed growers have 9,945 loans to farmers, an with a starter hole at Wendy point was on his own hole that farms." earned a reputation for a very increase of more than 1,800 LeBourdais' home. The star- he constructed in his back high quality product, Mr. FARMHAND JIM BRODIE EMPTIES ONLY ONE OF BAGS DELAY from the year before. The ter hole is where all golfers yard. Collins says, but then their, ...each weighing 100 pounds, required to plant 15 acres. "Those farmers who are average loan last year was play to decide the A and B "After getting that 25 on costs are higher too. flights. The top half scorers Bud Jone's hole, the six on my hole really turned it around WEEDS on that hole play in A flight To fight weeds which can for me." You have got to be kidding! Some of the holes were a little hard to follow, so Jack Gilbert and the bottom half play in B thought he better get some help from his caddy on where he should hit next shot. flight. A Dog Eat Dog contest is Other scores recorded were Hog prices by Bud Jones, 123, Art held in each flight at five cents a hole. After both Gilbert, 126, Ellis Hughes, will go down flights have gone through the 133, John Lazzarin, 133, Jim nine holes, the scores are Girvin, 139, Brian Pederson, 147, Don LeCompte. 149, by next fall brought together and the Omer Dae, 152, Paul Peder- Hog prices will go down, winner of the 600 Block son, 154, and Jack Gilbert, says Agriculture Canada. McLean Street Trophy is 154. Federal agriculture econ- declared. The 600 Block McLean omists predicted that hog Street Open has to be the marketings in the third quar- The maximum score on a ter will be close to marketing This minature Jack Nicklaus was not in the tournament but she decided that she wanted to play hole is 25 at which time the most unique golf tournament too. The McLean St. Open is not just a golf tournament, it is a special gathering of the families around. Art Gilbert says that levels in 1975, and will be ball is picked up and the golfer followed by a 7-10 per cent on the block. moves onto the next hole. many of the people who have moved out of the neighbour- increase in the fourth quarter. Each adult entrant is hood have said that they Although prices at Toronto encouraged to have a caddy or would start a tournament of are currently hovering bet- "runner" who is paid the their own in their new ween $65-70, through the regular caddy fees. "Runners" neighbourhood, but to his summer, prices should drop to are responsible for providing knowledge, nobody has. the mid-sixties range and by refreshments to the players at F-10 has front-wheel drive. S o do they. Next year's tournament fall, prices should fall to the all times during the tourna- F-10 has a rear window defogger. S o do they. promises to be the best ever. $55-57 range. ment. F-10 has radial tires. So do they. All the people who have ever If North American grain Thirteen entries were re- -k F-10 has a five-speed transmission. They don't. played in the tournament will growers harvest a large crop, ceived for the tournament, * F-10 has an A M / F M radio. They don't. be invited back for the 20th this year, pork output in 1977 including a golfer from Kel- Annual. It will be a big 18 hole would increase dramaticaly, -k F-10 has bumper over-riders. They don't. owna. The action was fast and affair and when it is all over, resulting in lower hog prices. * F-10 has a heavy-duty 60 amp battery. They don't. furious, so were the runners, and the title went right down McLean Street may never be John Lazzarin seems to be a little bit perplexed about his next shot. Lazzarin was having * F-10 has a competition steering wheel. They don't. to the wire. the same—at least until the trouble deciding where he should drop the ball from the pendulum part of host member Art * F-10 has tinted glass all around. They don't. May long weekend in 1978. Gilbert's Pit and Pendulum hole. T F-10 also gets better gas mileage, with up to 40 m.p.g. in V f A flight members, Jay Lazzarin and Elmer Pethick were in the c' ~,bhouse (sic) Bolens combined city/highway drivingt* The Datsun F-10 has all this essential value as standard with fantastic scores of 118 for the nine holes, when the B Mulching equipment. For the Rabbit, you can get some of the miss- ing features as extra cost options; some you can't order at all. flight members came to the finishing hole. Defending champion, Bud Jones had the Mowers But even with all this standard equipment, the Datsun F-10 costs only $4,360t. or about $200 less than the Rabbit Deluxe.*' only chance of catching the cut the grass, pair. He needed a five to win and a six to tie but could only and the clippings, Datsun.The best selling import in North America* muster an eleven to force the and the time, exciting sudden death playoff. and the work. The playoff was held at host The Ceasus of Canada will Tho facts only you can provide naire and they are subject to call the long distance operator member Art Gilbert's Pit and Pendulum hole. A hush went over the • E cu i e M l hn Mwr dsg x l sv uc i g o u ei n c s anil r c t t e gas into a line m c us h r s provide important benefits for all Canadians, but the farming community has special needs. That's why you are asked to are used to help agricultural associations and government agencies plan and develop new and existing programs. legal penalties if they disclose your answers to anyone else. What to do if you and ask for ZENITH 0-197G. There is no charge. We're counting on you. U E S N E L m lh thai ds p e r d w into youi uc ia p a s o n dont know what to do. The I97G Census of Agricul- crowd, who were ringed complete the agricultural Our lips are sealed. ture is important to everyone l w • N ci pn s t r k • N hg a n o lp i g o a e o a If you have problems with around the green, as Lazzarin questionnaire, in addition to The information you pro- the Census of Agriculture who farms. It's something we D A T S U N and Pethick made the long o mt h th t e py «No t ac buildup • Hl s ep the general questionnaire. can't do without and we can't vide on Census Day is so vital questionnaire, fill in all the climb up the stairs to the e p a n re k e l w gen au al es n t r ly • Ls questions you are able I o an- do itrightwithout you.So Howis the information lo the future of Canada that teeing area. Well it was a long e es r o ic a g fertilising n c sa y • N ds h r e there is a law requiring you to swer and leave the rest until please help us make M * B ht rm ih oh i e f h c ue ... t i wt b t sd s o t e used? t r climb in their condition. Fanning is so complex that count yourself in.This law also the census representative 96 the 1 7 Census of • " _ ! * oe aoy ne l c mwr • S l t i t ro k we need all the information ensures that none of your an- comes around to pick up your Agriculture a com- Lazzarin hit first. His ball yt m r s se • 3.5,4 o 5 h p we can get to develop policies swers shall be passed on to any completed documents. plete success. rolled up the ramp and onto the platform. He tapped it down the trough, through the opening and just missed the m d l a al be o es v ia l and programs to meet agricul- ture's rapidly changing needs. other government depart- ment. Only Statistics Canada personnel, who are sworn to secrecy, see your question- If you didn'tTeceivo either questionnaire by May .'list, or the questionnaires in the official language of your choice, L T D . bonus hole. He was on the ground and down the home 185 DAVIE STREET PHONE 992-9288 stretch lying five. Pethick stepped to the tee. He shot once, twice and the ball still was not on the platform. But on his third try the ball went up the ramp and Quesnel D.L 00785A The above comparisons »m b.isnd on available competitive literature and are subject to change right into the trough. The ball Woodsmen's Supply • Basod on results of 107b E R A tests Your mileago may vary depending on how you drive. •^Manufacturer's suggested retail price F O B Vancouver, Toronto. Montreal, Dartmouth. went through the opening and 140 Marsh Dr. Pre-dolivory inspection and local freight extra Provincial sales tax extra. just missed the water hazard, A dealer may soil for less Don LeComte was the only golfer to hit his ball in the water hazard at the sixth hole. Actually, " Based on Rabbit's suggested rotan pm.i' ""bieri tc c'jange without notice. tOasod on 1975 hitting the ball into the bucket was a bonus. I/eComte saved himself two strokes by going into he was on the ground lying Don LeComte actually took three tries to get his ball through this pipe. LeComte was finishing up the last few feet of the ninth new vehicle registrations in Canada and iho U S A three. Statistics Canada Statistique Canada the bucket. hole. He finished with a score of 149, good for ninth place in the tournament. 14-QUESNEL CARIBOO OBSERVER WEDNESDAY, MAY 26. 1976 Insurance «1 ACTIVE RENT ALL F R A N K ' S payments 1 Top of Dragon Lake Hill For motorists financing their car insurance through I -Gassoff Road - ICBC and wondering when the corporation will deduct the May 1st payment from their bank accounts, despair no longer, because as you read SUPER B U Y SUPER B U Y 992-5303 QUESNEL CARIBOO OBSERVER WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1976-15 P H O N E 7 4 7 - 2 0 9 2 .m. UE S P R VALU UE HT OO E S P R VALU W I E or C L RD 3 this, the operation is probably : '••••'.'"•VV ••'< "--.?.Y-';y %l>' : complete. Bev. Penhall, a spokesman Margarine If Bathroom for ICBC, said in a telephone interview from Vancouver 'II RN 1 LB. £ I T recently, the corporation began "the drawn out pro- r,^ Tissue O FR . •vi OL K 4RL PG cess" of collecting the first ' i. payment on May 3 and should have been finished May 5. He said approximately 10 per cent of the province's 1.3 1.15 million registered motor veh- icle owners financed their insurance on the corporation. Under the financing plan, applicants paid 25 per cent down when they purchased their plates and insurance at the end of February. The remainder was to be paid in 'if three installments May 1, July 1, and Sept. 1 or two months from the date the SUPER B U Y S U P E R B U Y UE H I E RN H U S P R VALU C OC F E C C T UE S P R VAIU policy was purchased. COFFERS Mr. Penhall said if all the premiums are collected more Green Liquid than $8 million will flow into ^B|BL _ Beans' 8 Bleach ICBC coffers. Asked what will happen to IIEbL^ 4 1 0Z.TIN motorists who do not have the necessary money in their m 128 0Z.BTL? i bank account for the payment, he said the corporation will send them a letter advising ftEENB* A f 0 R ' W 7 i 8 8 them they have 30 days to make the payment. BRENDA SMITH, QUESNEL ARTS COUNCIL PRESIDENT, (R) PRESENTS CHEQUE ...for $109 to librarian Jean Turner for purchase of books shown. Cont'd. Pg. 28 Dogs cont'd. CARIBOO REGIONAL DISTRICT CANADA GRADE "A* BEEF, WHOLE, FULL CUT, BONE IN NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING kitchen sinks. I think this law is great but I also think that TAKE NOTICE that the Board oi the Cariboo Regional District has A L L THE FUN AND HILARITY T H A T WENT ON MONDAY AFTERNOON IN LEBOURDAIS PARK O U N D STEAK ...is summed up in the laughing faces of these two youngsters at the end of a race. dogs spread more dirt and disease than the normal camp- received an application to amend Zoning By-law No. 180, by rezoning SUPER er when they are permitted to the property described below: BUY run free. And who says this isn't a dogs world? Don't get me wrong I like dogs just as well as anyone, Part of Lot 1, ^strict Lojt 1918, Cariboo District Plan 11831 from Rural i l zone to Residential TJ zone. r Elks'May Day sees lots of fun in park '. but they are just like children they do what they are trained to do whether it be good or This property is situated at Kersley and is owned by John TO T H E WINNER GO T H E SPOILS OR AT LEAST A FIRST P L A C E RIBBON bad. If you don't want to keep C. Bent. ...these two battle it out to the finish line in one of many foot races. an eye on your dog, do yourself, your dog and the public a favor and don't have a TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that a Public Hearing for the purpose of dog. hearing any persons who deem themselves affected by the proposed In a public campsite and picnic area I think dogs should be kept on a leash and not permitted to run free. They rezoning will be held in the Kersley Community Hall on Tuesday, June 8, 1976 at 8:00 P.M. The m o s t important item in every house is should not be allowed to swim in the roped off areas for the The by-law and any pertinent plans may be inspected at the Cariboo children either. These areas were made for our children not for dogs. Regional District Office, 72 - 2nd. Avenue South, Williams Lake, during regular business hours, after the date of this notice. CANADA GRADE "A" BEEF, BONELESS "THE LADY OF THE HOUSE RUMP ROAST ~. I think this situation is deplorable and I for one would B.M. Woodward WIFE„M0TH ER„HOUSEKEEPER„ like to do something to change Secretary-Treasurer it. How about you? NORMAN LOUGHTON CANADA GRADE "A" BEEF, BONELESS BARON OF BEEF. 1 LB. HOMEMAKERJWDGE and NURSE... HER WORK IS NEVER Bring this ad in and check DONE AND SHE PLAYS EVERY ROLE SUPERBLY! CANADA GRADE "A" BEEF ail the savings during our BANQUETSTEAK 1 . 9 LB. -< >1 V.I.P.Canada's leading home furnishings group recognizes this PRODUCE CANADA GRADE "A" BEEF U M M E R PRIME RIB STEAKS 1.99 LB. fact and devotes many hours to providing their stores with ail of WILSHIRE REGULAR OR SMOKEY MAPLE CALIFORNIA the best in appliances and home furnishings; to make her busy life A V I N G BACON 1.89 LB. Corn on the ...a happy one! Check these savings on new MF farm WILTSHIRE BULK DINNER SAUSAGE Cob FOR THE TOP OF THE LINE tractors under 80 pto LB. SPECIAL CANADA #1 GRADE WILTSHIRE horsepower, plus HOT HOUSE industrial machines! SLIQED COOKED i b s o n S m o o t h HAM 1.19 6 0Z. PKG. Tomatoes 9 LB. WILTSHIRE SPECIAL NEW ZEALAND is sure to please her... YOU C A N NOW S A V E CORNED BEEF 1.48 LB. GRANNY SMITH MANY OTHER V.I.P. CHOICES ARE IN STOCK NOW - including built in MF 230 (s/n 9A 242120 and up] MF235 1300.00 $300.00 Apples LB. MF 245 $300.00 SUPERVALU SEAFOOD 4 ^ ovens and counter cook-tops, Speed Queen washers and dryers, MF255 MF265 $300.00 $300.00 SMOKED BLACK COD 1.19 LB. MF275 Industrial & Heavy Ind. Units $300.00 Moffat ranges and refrigerators...General Electric Elegance ranges MF 20,30 or 40 tractor loader/backhoe $800.00 SUPER B U Y - Bakery and refrigerators! MF 50A tractor loader/backhoe $1000.00 MF 70 integral backhoe loader $1200.00 Crusty Roll $ Pull-a-parts ROOM ENSEMBLES - Buns Limited to available inventories until M a y 28, 1976. We've got other brand-new bargains in stock, DOZEN Cinnamon . v PKG. I & BROWSE I CHESTERFIELDS & ALL HOME FURNISHINGS & ACCESS0RIE at unbelievably low prices. May 26ttl.-29tll. HARDWARE, PRICES EFFECTIVE: M F REPAIRS (1974) LTD. 141 M A R S H D R . In Quesnel's Super Valu Store, Sales in Retail Quantities Only. WILLIS-HARPER FURNITURE & APPLIANCES Masscy Ferguson,. P H . 992-2832 n PAY AS YOU ENJOY BUDGET TERMS! D.L. 12601 mi inn m more than tlie value is su|>er and we're proving it every day. QUESNEL CARIBOO OBSERVER WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1976-17 Daily - Weekly - Monthly CARIBOO GLASS LTD. any Canadians have an addiction RENTALS The Glass Shop Small - medium - large cars Pickups - 4 x 4's - etc. 1WINDOW H P e a c o c k Mirrors a m ble for theh ighest sta kes WE INSTALL MARKETWAY •Plate Glass *Mirrors Although not generally tive employment. In addition, three times normal. Dietary important factor in your chan- some controversy at the pres- Across the Johnston Bridge, DuplateJ I'AUTO.. •Industrial Safety Glass heart research scientists have control may be a key factor ces of surviving. Smokers are ent time. Nevertheless, the " J J SAFELY, known for their addiction to f** BIB 1199 St. Laurent Ave. gambling, Canadians do gam- discovered factors which af- and your doctor's advice sh- a disproportionate percentage increase in physical and men- U U L l Ph. 992-8411 16-QUESNEL CARIBOO OBSERVER WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1976 Quesnel 992-2020 or 992-5169. ble on a numbers game in fect our chances of having a ould be sought in lowering of those suffering sudden tal well-being and the im- which the stakes are as high heart attack. They have given your intake of foods high in death after a heart attack. provement in appearance re- as life itself. The odds vary, us the chance to increase the saturated fat and cholesterol. Your risk increases with the sulting from fitness may more Welcome but all of us are involved in odds of avoiding a heart Moderate obesity - up to number of cigarettes you than justify the effort re- Wagon elit ceremony in the game of chance that determines whether or not we will suffer a premature heart attack. attack too soon. However, just knowing the risk factors is not enough. There are three factors over which we have no control. We twenty per cent above normal weight - can double your risk. Look better, feel better and be more active by maintaining your weight at normal for smoke. The pack a day man has twice the risk and the four packs a day smoker has ten times the risk of a non-smok- er. Happily, giving up the quired. And there is evidence to suggest your chances of making a good recovery are improved, should heart attack strike. Finally, keeping fit will It is a fact that one out of errace for couple should be more on guard if your age and bone structure. need can bring your risk down every four Canadian adults to normal so-give up smok- automatically assist you to The Cariboo Observer has some form of heart they affect us. But more SMOKING ing. control the other risk factors, would like to welcome the disease; that one out of two of important is to change our Smoking not only increases following newcomers to Ques- living habits to reduce the your risk of having a prema- Physical fitness and its so forget the odds on this one us will die from heart disease; nel. A double ring ceremony by and pink. Each carried bou- Following a two-week ho- Myhie, Houston; Mark and other risk factor categories ture heart attack but is an relation to heart attack causes and just consider the results. that the overwhelming major- candlelight was held in the quets of carnations and chry- neymoon in Hawaii, the cou- Brenda, Smithers; Mr. and ity of these deaths will be due which may be present. Check Mr. and Mrs. Ray Desgagne Knox United Church at Ter- santhemums. ple was to settle in Terrace Mrs. Fred Freeman, Doug to heart attack. The age at and see how many factors two sons and daughter, Prince race March 20 for Cindy Gail The mother of the bride where both work for B.C. and Greg, Mr. and Mrs. Henry which these events take place apply to you. MAY 27-28-29 Glaim and Frederick Scott chose a gown of pastel pink Telephone. Unger, Quesnel; Mr. and Mrs. SPECIAL OFFER George; Mrs. Maureen Logan, determines the size of your HEREDITY son and two daughters, Gra- Freeman. and white pattern on a Out-of-town guests were: Art Lee, Port Coquitlam; stake in this game. Heredity, age and sex are nde Prairie, Alta.; Mrs. Lyla Gail is the daughter of Mr. turquoise background, with Becky Wilson, Kamloops; Mr. Mrs. Sandra Mitchell, Hope; the factors we cannot control. The family of a 30-year-old Baity, Surrey; Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Allan Glaim and the deep pink carnation corsage. and Mrs. E d Glaim and Mrs. Dorothy Wheeler, Cache Heart disease tends to run in father who dies of a heart CHILDREN, ADULTS, FAMILY GROUPS Ken Sharpe and two sons, groom is the son of Mr. and The mother of the groom Kalvin, Houston, B.C.; Toots Creek; Dale Thompson. attack will suffer much grea- families and should emphasize Manning, Alta.; Miss Valerie Mrs. Fred Freeman, Quesnel. wore a colorful chiffon gown ter mental and financial hard- the importance of healthful In Natural Colours Mason, Vancouver; Gerald Rev. Dan Lewis conducted with a yellow rose corsage. r GROOM ship than the family of an living, if applicable in your x X 7 SIZE f mid-province Shortridge, Vancouver; Mrs. the cremony with Mrs. Lewis 159 BARLOW A V E . older man dying in his sixties. case. Hardening of the arter- Marilynn Salter, Vancouver; Ms. Yvonne Haywood, Van- at the organ. Ushers were Guy Glaim, brother of the The groom and attendants Jerry Winders and Greg 992-9104 And what is the price paid by a forty-year-old suffering a ies starts at an early age and advances with age to the point PORTRAIT derhoof. bride, and Doug Freeman, Freeman, both from Quesnel, travel QUESNEL, B.C. severe but non-fatal heart where a fifty-year-old man has brother of the groom. wore brown tuxedos with attack which prevents his four times the risk of heart ruffled shirts matching colors Mr. and Mrs. Jim Orser and Given in marriage by her father, the bride chose a in the bridesmaids' gowns. | HAWAII 1977 | return to work. attack of a thirty-year-old. Sex is also important as daughter, Powell River, B.C.; The loss of another 25 traditional satin and lace for About 150 guests enjoyed a I BOOK NOW FOR YOUR 1977 HOLIDAY IN I years' earnings at peak rate, women tend to develop coron- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hawkins, her gown, with detachable hot smorgasbord dinner at the ary artery disease later in life Powell River; Gary Kingston, I THE SUN j the lack of financial security plus, 50*? handling train. Her chapel length veil Terrace Hotel. Ken Blaines which could have been built than men and to a less Coquitlam, B.C.; Mr. and Mrs. HAWAII. CARIRRKAN. X HAWAII, CARIBBEAN, AND YOUR OTHER HOLI- " of lace, which matched the was master of ceremonies and up before retirement, the dangerous degree. Up to Bob Hardy and two sons, yoke and centre front panel of Ed Glaim, uncle of the bride, DAY HOT SPOTS middle age, heart attacks are all p o r t r a i t s f r a m e d Vancouver; Mr. and Mrs. Jim drastic reduction in standard her gown, was held in place by was toastmaster. Many other PHONE 992-9202 or 992-9203 of living and the prospect of five times more frequent in in s t a n d u p folder Dyer, son and daughter, Lan- a satin Juliette cap headpiece. toasts were also proposed, men than in women. gley; Miss Ann Edall, 100 Mile many years taking costly She carried a bouquet of including one by the maid of drugs all add up to a consider- Now let's look at the factors ONE SPECIAL OFFER PER PERSON N O A G E LIMIT House; Michael Krauss, Ot- deep red roses and wore a honor. able stake in this game of life. you can control and remember * ONE PER FAMILY N O GROUP LIMIT Announcement... tawa, Ont.; Mr. and Mrs. gold ring with pearl setting as The three-tiered cake, bak- You may wonder where the the odds stated are those Philip Lachapelle and daugh- her "something old". It was ed by the bride's mother, was N O OBLIGATION numbers come in. compared with normal, that • CHOICE OF DIFFERENT POSES ter, Calgary, Alta. given to her by her maternai cut and served by the bride an KATHY OLIVER AND TOM MACKENZIE MARRIED AT QUESNEL RECENTLY Luckily, four out of five of is, the chances of the indivi- grandmother. groom. A live band provided Don't miss the opening of the new ...St. Andrew's United Church was the scene for the ceremony. dual who does not fit into a ONE SPECIAL OFFER Additional Persons Mr. and Mrs. Werner Sch- those who survive a heart weis, Surrey, Jim McGinn, Maid of honor Becky Wilson the music. attack can return to produc- particular category. EVERY FOUR MONTHS ONLY In Group Af $1.00 Each. Invermere; Mr. and Mrs. of Kamloops, and bridesmaid Bonnie Glaim, wore gowns of TILUCUM THRIFT SHOP OLIVER-MACKENZIE Consistent high blood pres- HOURS: Daily 10a.m.-12.30p.m. and 1p.m.-5p.m. J. Ian Evans Kelvin Bennett, Prince Ch- sure increases your risk to arge; Mrs. Lorraine Jar v..., pastel floral shades of mauve 161 North Fraser Drive four times normal. And what Friday Nights 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. five sons and daughter, Kel- and pink, complimented by goes up can come down. A large white garden hats with D.O.S., F.A.A.O. FRIDAY, MAY 21ST., 9 A.M. veritable arsenal of new drugs A 16x20 FRAMED PORTRAIT VALUED AT $80.00 owna; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sloan and three sons, Surrey; Miss Joanna Hunt, Kamloops; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Klick and two daughters, Ladner, B.C. contrasting ribbons of mauve And Associates OPTOMETRISTS There will be something for everyone and our low, low prices are sure to please. The Quesnel Tillicum Society will be running the shop on a regular basis. United church weddin borrowed from the sister of reception. Thanks go to all book. and diet information enables your physician to give more effective treatment and con- trol the pressure once it's down. WILL BE DRAWN. WINNER WILL BE NOTIFIED 16x20 IS FINISHED. WHEN St. Andrew's United Chu- S U P E R V A L U Willis Harper Block the groom and she also wore friends and family who helped For her going away outfit, Nachatter Kaur Shokar, Tuesday thru to Sat., 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. rch was the scene for the A high level of the blood- |282 Reid St. 992-5304 April 17 wedding of Kathy pearl earrings-a keep sake with the decorating. the bride chose a short striped fats, cholesterol, increases Punjab, India; Mr. and Mrs. Oliver, daughter of Mr. and from her mother. She carried About 150 guests enjoyed a dress with brown accessories your risk of heart attack to More than the value is super and we're proving il every day Baljinder Singh Dhillon, Pun- The Cariboo Observer Prince George ANY and A L L donations are welcomed: a bouquet of yellow roses. cold plate supper catered by and yellow rose corsage. The Mrs. George Oliver, Quesnel, jab, India; Karan Kaur Bains, would like to congratulate 562-1035 Maid of honour, Lynda close friends and family and groom sported a light blue to Tom MacKenzie, son of Mr. Nangal Kalan, Punjab, India; the following parents on Stolarski and bridesmaids, served by Kim Lindblom, corduory pants and vest with and Mrs. Hugh MacKenzie, Mr. and Mrs. Brian Middle- CINDY GAIL GLAIM AND FREDERICK SCOTT FREEMAN MARRIED their new arrivals: Sheila Joynes, Karen Oliver Sharon Adelman, Michelle yellow shirt. Quesnel. stead, Grande Prairie, Alta. ...ceremony took place in United Churchat Terrace. May 14 and Judy Oliver wore match- Gutfriend, Cindy Johannesen Rev. Lesley Smith conduc- Luxury -Mr. and Mrs. Herbjan The couple was to honey- ted the ceremony during ing dresses featuring spring and Tina D'Angio. moon in Victoria before settl- CRISIS LINE OFFERS Gill, a girl 8 lbs. 4 ozs. flowers in green and peach. which the groom was escorted The three-tiered wedding ing in Quesnel. -Fred and Bonnie May, Flower girl Crystle Joynes to the altar by his parents. cake featured yellow roses. Out-of-town guests were Wells, a boy 8 lbs. 2 ozs. wore a light green dress made May 15 Given in marriage by her Don Cochrane, Port Alberni Mr. and Mrs. Don Cochrane That's what you want in your home furnishings. And, that's father and mother, the bride by Vi Wawryk. All wore cross was master of ceremonies and and two sons, Port Alberni; -Glen and Joyce Ander- Anonymity and help what you'll find at Danish Interiors. Fine contemporary chose princess-style gown necklaces, gifts from the Richard Marsh, Quesnel, was Mrs. Lillian Pollick, Vancou- son, a girl 6 lbs. 11 ozs. bride. May 18 furnishings can be found in every department. Drop in with long train and lace trim. toastmaster. Brenda Beaulieu ver; Mr. and Mrs. Len Fox, Her two-layered veil was The groom wore a black and caught the bouquet and Grant Vanderhoof; Mr. and Mrs. -Lome and Beverly soon and see our complete stock. white suit with ruffled shirt. Wawryk, the garter. Lisa Grant Parr and two sons, Trailer Weightman, a girl 5 lbs. 15 Best man, Steve Cameron and ozs. •LIGHT FIXTURES Holland attended the guest Kindersly, Sask. What is a crisis line? cism. AGENCIES CAN'T DO? situation. As in medicine, ushers Jim Joynes and Brian -Richard and Nancy Ca- Oliver, wore dark green suits Sometimes this in itself is arresting the development of •HOME FURNISHINGS Give your family Primarily be available at all wood, a girl 8 lbs. Vh ozs. The Crisis Line responds to enough to allow callers to with ruffled shirts. care times and be anonymous. Of a problem early is far better human needs. The need to regain their equilibrium and necessity, most agencies are than allowing continued grow- -Frank and Connie Eve- •GIFTS FOR EVERY The mother of the bride our best. talk to another understanding carry on. rett, a boy 8 lbs. 7'A ozs. wore a long, peach dress, open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., five th. May 19 OCCASION human being, particularly in Further, our purpose is to days a week. We are available WHAT KIND OF PEOPLE gathered in front, and a times of trouble or loneliness help people in the middle of an -David and Margaret The type of electrical sys- carnation corsage. The mo- 24 hours a day, seven days a CALL THE CRISIS LINE? is as basic as the need for food emotional crisis with which Hagen, a girl 5 lbs. 14 ozs. tem you choose for your ther of the groom chose a week. Men, women and children of Cottage and shelter. they cannot cope alone. We -Robert and Sharon •travel trailer can mean the long, blue fortrel dress with Some people are threatened all ages, harrassed business are not here to probe for Clark, a girl 9 lbs. difference between proper white rose corsage. "Crisis" refers to emergen- by a face to face encounter, men, isolated housewives, be- psychological roots but to help -Frank and Patricia night-time illumination and Cheese. cies as well as "Crisis Periods" and the requirement to give wildered young people, the RECEPTION people deal with a crisis in Spina, a boy 7 lbs. 13 ozs. lighting fluctuations that will Daffodils and pussywillows when one is having difficulty detailed information about lonely, the affluent, the un- their life and not to solve May 20 annoy the critical camper. decorated the tables at St. in recognizing or adjusting to yourself to an agency. The employed, and the poor. chronic problems. -Adrian and Judy Mon- Proper lighting in a recrea- Ann's Parish Hall for the a major life change, such as Crisis Line does not ask your If you ever find yourself in ych, a boy 7 lbs. 15 ozs. tional vehicle can be obtained individual or family stress due name, we care only about quiet desperation, groping For specific problem solv- -James and Marlene through a converterized elec- to a drinking or drug problem, helping you over this crisis with a painful problem which marital breakdown, physical ing, the Crisis Line acts as an period. seems to have no end or Zurch, a girl 6 lbs. 6V2 ozs. 1685 - 3RD. AVENUE, PRINCE GEORGE PH. 563-5330 .trical system, advises Bob H o w t o information service, coopera- Sarsfield, product manager at or emotional injury, unem- answer; call the crisis line ting with Quesnel's commun- Because we are a volunteer Norcom Leisure Products, ployment or school problems. 992-9414. We listen. ity services; social, legal, agency, we are able to take Kitchener, Ont. medical, religious or youth the time to listen. These Remember - we are anony- PURPOSE mous - you are anonymous - all and is able to suggest the factors tend to place the caller "The alternative system, appropriate agencies. in a better position to accept information is absolutely con- which is inferior, is the Since we are a group of p r e d i c t s a l e s the personal support which fidential. Call us anytime, day 12-volt, 110-volt system, or empathctic lay people, we There is a distinction be- furthers constructive rather or night. 992-9414. what is called the dual electri- cannot be experts in all these tween emergency crisis and fields, and we don't try to be. problem crisis. In the emer- than confused consideration of cal system," he points out. Our function is to listen and gency crisis, action must be problems- respond to callers in distress, taken immediately, whereas There is a preventative CARPET "The converterized electri- cal system allows the 110-volt to hear them out without with with the problem crisis, aspect to the "lines" service as INSTALLATIONS a n d a p p r o a c h power source to convert to judgement, prejudice or criti- referrals and further contact well. Sensitive people usually 12-volt within your unit to can often be the answer. call before a problem becomes PHONE provide consistent lighting," acute and with help they are WHAT DOES THE CRISIS 747-1668 Music LINE DO T H A T OTHER often able to avoid a crisis he says. "At the same time you have enough power to operate your water pump and any other 12-volt appliances b a n k m a n a g e r s exams CARIBOO REGIONAL DISTRICT NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING you may have." The converterized system is often found in many high- priced motor homes. It is George McElroy will be in contained in an attractive- Quesnel June 19 to conduct TAKE NOTICE that the Board of the Cariboo Regional District has looking cabinet in which all of The deparment of Economic Development is presenting a workshop examinations for tho Iward of received an application to amend Zoning By-law No. 180, by rezoning the electrical equipment is examiners of the Royal Con- the properties described below: reached through a single door. for people in small businesses. Entitled "Forecasting Sales and servatory of Music. "With the loss oxpensivo Working Capital", it will deal with how to anticipate your sales picture » Part of the N.W 'A, District Lot 3231, Cariboo District dual system," says Sarsfield, for the coming year and how to determine loan funds required, Mr. McElroy begun his music studies in New Bruns- from Rural II zone to Residential II zone. "you'll find two sets of lights. calculate cash flow and establish lines of credit. There is one sot for 12-volt wick, but moved to Toronto to interior lighting and a set of complete his studies at the This property is located on the Blackwater Road 3 miles lights for 110. Generally, tho I f y o u n e e d u s , w e ' r e h e r o Royal Conservatory in 1959, was appointed principal of tho north of Bouchie Lake and is owned by Julius Keis. 12-volt lighting in that system Scarborough Branch in I960 is strictly temporary. It will This one day session will be held on Thurs. work off your car battery, but May 27th, from 9:30 am to 3:30 pm at the Billy and is a member of the board the main power source is the of examiners. TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that a Public Hearing for the purpose of 110-volt lighting system. Barker Inn. Lunch will be provided. Advance hearing any persons who deem themselves affected by the proposed CENTRE: Mr. Ron Silver, Manager registration [$5.00] can be made by phoning "You won't experience a lot rezoning will be held in the Cariboo Regional District Office, 4 Chilco FROM L E F r TO RIGHT: Edith McMillan, Cheryl Lampard, Steve Thorlakson, Marge of problems with tho dual Mrs. Roberta Rines, Quesnel Chamber of * Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hollot* Building, 345 Reid Street, Quesnel on Wednesday, June 9,1976 at 8:00 Donovan, Craig Chambers, Dawn Sales, Kay Honour, Margie Graham, Carole Woodcock, systom-but you will have a Commerce at 992-8716. *of Prince George wish to P.M. drain on your car battery. You ^announce the engagement Amber Manson, Barb Mullock, Sandra Attwood, Roberta Hennigar, Helena Tatargh and Mgr. will also exporionco fluctua- of Iheir daughter Ron Silver, have the welcome mat out for you to help you with any of your banking needs. tions in lighting and in your The by-law and any pertinent plans may be inspected at the Cariboo We're at Reid and Barlow, and we're open from 10 until 3, Monday through Thursday, and on electrical power source Ligh- Ultynni'r^oUtit to Regional District Office, 72 • 2nd Avenue South, Williams l,ake, Friday we're open to 6 p.m. So drop by and say hello, won't you. ting with a 12-volt system is £ IRo^t't^e/ifien thesoi during regular business hours, after the date of this notice. duller-but it Is adequate for son short-term use." tof Mr, A Mrs. Jaco b DEPARTMENT OF •c Hopper of Quesnel, The f B.M. Woodward Sarsfield says that Canad- ECONOMIC ID •fcceromonoy is 1 be held al 0 ians usually expect the same Secretary-Treasurer kind of performance in thoir DEVELOPMENT fQue.snel's Anglican Oovwnmunt ot Urilisl) Columbia J Church, Sept. lllh. 1970. trailer's electrical equipment The bank where people make the difference. BANK: as In home appliances.
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