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22-QUESNEL CARIBOO OBSERVER, W E D N E S D A Y , J U N E 11, 1975
COMMUNITY NEWS
COMMUNITY.NEWS
By Florence Montgomery 992-5917
By Ellen Rogers 992-6928
June calendar for the area
includes a trip to Barkerville
June 10 for grade four pupils of
Pine Crest Elementary School
and Annex.
'
June 11 at 8 the Moose
Heights Community Club
meets.
Thursday June 12 from 9 to
2:30 Sports Day at Pine Crest
Elementary School of Pine
Crest and LeBourdais Annex
pupils, weather permitting.
Refreshments will be available at noon and 2. Parents,
relatives and friends are invited.
Help will also be needed on
the field and with refreshments. Please let Mr. Hudson
at Pine Crest School know if
you can help in either areas.
The Cariboo District WoFraser Guides camped on the
v/ell when they were discoverJune 13 the North Quesnel
property of Mr. and Mrs. Erb on
ed, by Quesnel Search and men's Institute held its annual
W.I.
will be joining other
convention at Rose Lake Lodthe May 31 weekend.
Rescue, on their way out.
volunteer groups in a "Flea
Market in West Park Plaza in
It seerns a surveyor's ribbons ge, Miocene, May 31.
As their leader, Madeline
West Quesnel from 3 to 7.
There were about 80 memled them off the correct trail.
Peterson accompanied them.
bers and guests there.
All is well that ends well.
All passed for their Wilderness
The north Quesnel W.I. will
Our sympathy is extended to
Camp Badge.
Guests were Mrs. Una Rearhold their next meeting June 18
Mrs. Gordon Parker, and the don, vice-president of the Proat 7 at the home of Mrs. Frank
Murray Cryderman, John
family, on the passing of Marj.'s vincial Women's Institute and
Ford in Richbar.
Peterson and Brian Oliver,
stepfather at the lower main- Mrs. Harrner from Tasmania,
grade 10 students at Cariboo
Roll call is pennies for
land last week.
Australia who was a guest of
Junior Secondary School,
Friendship-a penny for each
were included in the field trip
'Pop' Aird was a former Mrs. Molley Plant.
new flower seen since the last
COMMUNITY NEWS
around the Bowron Lake chain.
Attending the convention
resident in the Aird Subdivimeeting. Visitors welcome.
sion, off Barkerville Rd. in the from Quesnel View W.I. were
They certainly had rainy
June 23 the children will
Barlow
Creek Area, about Dot Unrau, as delegate, Helen
weather for it!
have a day off from school for
seven years ago before moving Hicks and Florence Montgomean in-service meeting and yearCongratulations to the Jim
ry who is the President of the
down to Chilliwack.
end duties for teachers of
Petersons who recently won a
The Parkers motored to Cariboo District W. I.
Quesnel School District 28.
canoe in the Overwaitea conChilliwack for the funeral held
Joining the women at lunch
June 25 Kindergarten will be
test.
By Bobbi Grant 7471653
last Friday.
time were about 20 Farmers'
finished for this term.
Madeline Peterson reported
Collette Gionet and Jacynthe touring the area as their grade
Rose Marcotte and her bro- Institute members who were
June 26 will be Awards Day
there was a very good school
Audet both formerly of New six and seven field trip.
ther George Petit had Mr. and attending the District "H" F.I.
for grades 1 to 7 of Pine Crest
fashion show June 5 at CorreBrunswick and now nurses in
Mrs. David Hoddinott, of the convention.
lieu School.
They spent three days here Elementary and LeBourdais
hospitals in Victoria spent the and toured Barkerville and Annex pupils in Pine Crest
Prince George area, visiting . Their guest was Alex Fraser,
Two grade 8 girls from Nazko
weekend with their aunt and other sites during their stav.
them recently.
M.L.A. for Cariboo and his
School gym, starting at 10:30.
won prizes as did girls from
family, Jeanette and Ernie
Also their niece, Pat. Kind- wife.
Recently visiting Mr. and
Parents are invited to attend,
other schools.
Richard.
red, called in on her way back
Mrs. Dick Selzler and family and although seating space is
Attending from West Fraser
There were students from
Rich and Diane Matter and were Alice's parents Mr. and limited there is some standing
home to Chilliwack after spend- F.I. as delegates were Mrs.
Quesnel Junior Secondary,
their daughter Shannon spent Mrs. J . J . Martin, Langley
ing most of a year working in Edythe Clark and Done Duroroom.
Nazko, Cariboo Junior Secondthe long weekend in Merritt
Gloria Ardell, Sparwood,
Yellowknife N.W.T.
'
cher.
On June 5 grade five pupils
ary and Correlieu.
visiting Diane's sister.
spent last weekend visiting her with their teacher and some
George and Rose also attendWelcome home to Beth Hiller
SCHOOL
ed the monthly World War One and Mrs. Josephine Marsh who
Mr. and Mrs. Armand Bona- parents, Mr., and Mrs. George parents went on a field trip to
West Fraser Softball team
Veterans' Luncheon sponsored
teau spent the weekend visiting Legere and other friends,
were in hospital.
the Swift River Environmenthas finally come up with a win
in Vancouver.
Jim Edwards, Fairview Col- al Park off the Barkerville . by the Quesnel Branch 94
Sincere condolences are ex- over Narcosli in three matches
Canadian Legion, and once
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wood lege, Alberta is visiting his Road.
tended to Don Weaver whose with an 11 to 7 score.
again enjoyed it very much.
spent the long weekend in parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
father Sam Weaver, died June
The trip was enjoyed in spite
Sports day is this Friday at 9
Vancouver visiting Mildred's Edwards,
4.
of rain showers, but a worried
a.m. and ending at 2 p.m. Don't
Everyone has been busy the
son and daughter.
The next meeting of the time took place when six
Don and June have left for forget your picnic lunch. Fires
past few weeks trying to catch
Merle and Grant Niebergal Kersley Community Associa- children and the teacher did not
White Rock to attend the will be provided for roasting
up on garden planting.
were in vancoucer recently tion will be held June 17 at 8 arrive back at the meeting area
funeral.
weiners. Coffee and freshie will
Weather conditons have deand Surrey visiting friends and p.m. in the Kersley Hall,
Becky and Jeri Peterson, be provided.
in time to catch the school bus
layed it a little in the area this
relatives.
E v Fisher, Janet Magnasun at 2.
Denise and Bernice Radtke,
The primary grades have
year, even the lilac blossoms
Lenore Anderson along with and Alice Selzler attended the
members of the West
Fortunately all turned out
gone on two field trips.
are a bit -later opening.
six other students of Quesnel District W.I. Convention in
Junior Secondary School has Rose Lake May 31.
COMMUNITY NEWS
been chosen to represent the
Janet Magnusun, the Kersley
school as an exchange student delegate, was the lucky winner
on a cross Canada tour. Con- of the linen chest,
gratulations Lenore.
Fifteen handmade foot stools
The Brownie Mother-Daugh- and 13 lap robes were turned in
ter banquet was held recently for the extended care unit in
By Kate Moffat 993-4493
By Joyce Swanky 747-1044
in the Kersley Hall.
Quesnel. Kersley came fifth in
Cheryl Alexander and Dar- the lap robe competition,
them very useful.
Mr. and Mrs. R.T. Ettinger
Our thanks to the Observer
May' 24.
lene Bott and her 2 daughters,
There were some interesting
and son Byran attended the
Letters of thanks were read photographer who did such a
Witnessing the happy occaHope were in Kersley recently displays of countries the W.I. of graduation ceremonies at the from the Queen Alexandria
good
job
on
the
Australian
sion
were Lenore and Bob
visiting their parents, Mr. and the district have studied during
Royal Columbian Hospital, May Solarium in Victoria, and the Picnic pictures. Most everyone Yorston.
Mrs. Lloyd Meagher and Mrs. the year, including, Mexico,
3-5 ,as their daughter Kerry crippled children's hospital
commented very favourably on
The Cariboo District WoToots Gentry and other rela- Japan, Norway, Sweden and
was one of the graduate R.N.'s. Vancouver for the items they them.
mens Institue held its annual
Hawaii.
tives and friends.
Kerry was home this past had received.
Only one problem, you men- convention this year at the
There will be a meeting June
Recently students of a
weekend on a visit with her
The president commented on tioned it as being the 27th. Rose Lake Lodge at Miocene
Kelowna Elementary School 12 at 1 p.m. in the Kersley
family.
a recent letter in the Observer- annual picnic when actually we May 31.
were billeted in Kersley and School gym for all parents of
Shannon Annett, a student regarding the property which believe it to be the 71st. annual
Those attending from the
surrounding area. They were kindergarten age children.
nurse at Vancouver General the Institutes own.and have let picnic.
Alexandria Womens Institute
Hospital, spent recent weekend the community use, free of
Some of the first farmers in were Alice Windt, Joan BourCOMMUNITY NEWS
end with her parents Helen and charge, for over 40 years.
the area gathered together don, Patti Christie, Marion
As is so often the case with after all the crops were safely Moffat, Myrtle Moffat, and
Bill Annett.
Garden planting in this dis- Institute work all the hard planted to celebrate the Que- Katie Moffat.
trict is sure being delayed this work and money used for the en's birthday, and visit with
It was a beautifully warm
year with the current wet, cold benefit of the general public is their neighbours, with most of
day
and everyone enjoyed the
seldom recognized or appreci- them "travelling to the small
weather.
beautiful
old lodge in its lovely
Two to three inches of snow ated.
field by team and wagon and
James McKelvie
setting on Rose Lake.
The up-keep on the property
lay oh the ground May 24.
on horseback.
Very unpleasant for people is increasing yearly and the
Mrs. Peardon from the proAmbulance for Wells;Wells
Consideration will also be
money decreasing.
camping in the district.
Congratulations to David
vincial board was the guest
had the use of an ambulance for given to Old Age Pensioners,
Inflation leaves its mark Moffat and Margaret Jacques
speaker and showed some
Dragon Lake School held
a short while, but now may for outings such as picnics, to
everywhere.
who
were
married
in
a
civil
slides
from her trip last Fall to
their
annual
sports
Day
June
6,
soon have one of its own.
Bowron Lake and to the
New Zealand.
Under the present system it ceremony at the Court House
Mrs. Betty Davis, zone co-or- Boundry of the Quesnel Dis- although it threatened rain in
appears no one is happy and a
dinator, is expected to be trict, so as not to infringe on the morning the weather later
few people are burdened with a
calling a meeting in Wells regular services within the improved so the events were
lot
of thankless duties to
held
as
planned.
within a week, about establish- Quesnel district.
perform.
I
hope
to
have
a
list
of
ing an ambulance here.
Wells School attendance: In
Competitive rates on 1st and 2nd mortgages in
an interview with school princi- winners for next week's news.
There are at least five
The next regular meeting
pal Dpn. Rampone, we learn the Ed Zschiedrich and Martin
qualified drivers in Wells, and
town
and country. Also agreements for sale
will be on the second Monday in
Wells-Barkerville school enroll- Richards from the Cariboo
assistance for this ambulance
September due to the first
and mortgages purchased. For more complete
ment is now 80 students up to Farmers Institute attended the
project is also coming from
Monday being Labour Day.
information
please phone 563-7791.
annual Cariboo District " H "
and including grade 10.
Harold Hennigar, Quesnel.
Rose Gassoff and Virgie
A spring festival was put on annual meeting held at Miocene
A Bus: We asked Mr. Trev
Hubbard recently attended a
Davis, the Wefls-Barkerville in the school auditorium and an May 31.
church conference at the TrinDenise Gassoff, J . Swanky,
school board trustee about a interesting art exhibit was
ity College at Abbotsford.
C. Abercrombie and Sophie '
former school bus seen around displayed.
They also visited their dauStewart from the Dragon Lake
Linda Campbell, instructor of
Wells and learned that Wells
ghters Molly Cohen and Donna
1330 - 5th. Avenue, Prince George, B.C.
Womens attended the annual
has obtained this bus, which the Wells Ballet School, with
Lamson before returning home.
Cariboo District W.I. Convenwill be in the name of the Wells her class gave a fine ballet
tion
held at the Rose Lake
performance.
Improvement District.
Lodge
at Miocene, May 31.
Later,
a
movie
film
was
It is now being repainted and
The
Dragon Lake Womens
shown
by
Guito
Manthey,
of
mechanically checked before
Institute held a meeting on the
local skiing activities at the
further use.
morning of June 2 at the home
The purpose will be for: Wells Ski Hill.
LaM v/e*;k the WelLs-Barker- of Mrs. Joe Postma on Dale
busing children to outside funcLake Rd.
tions; recreational competi- vill MudentB, along with the
Attendance was down as
tions, ski resort transportation; Vf'ellv Barker/ill Historical Soseveral members are away on
eiety, sponsored a very intergeneral outings.
holidays.
'rttinj; *how by Mr. Victor
Denise Gassoff gave a report
Bopp, Bowron Lake Parks
on the Cariboo District ConvenSupfrrviW; <A tbe Garibaldi
tion at Miocene as she was the
Provincial Park, taken during
official delegate.
each of the four >,eawni of the
It was decided not to participark area.
pate in the W.I.'s flea market
Power
outage;
On
May
30
ket); Jeannie Anderson. Nazko
on June 13 at the West Park
power in the WellvHarkerville
($10 certificate): Susan BradPlaza due to shortage of help
area
was
cut
off
for
25
minutes
ford, C.J.S.
(dressmaking
and suitable items to sell.
when
a
gust
of
wind
lifted
a
shears).
The Quesnel Extended Care
large sheet of aluminum roof
Grade 9 prizes : Linda Fong,
sent
a thank you letter for all
which landed on the main
C.J.S. (jeans); Nanette Neuthe
urine
bag covers the W.I.
power lines shorting out the
mann, Q.J.S. (flight bag); Heahave
made
and given to them
system
ther Cruikshank, Q.J.S. (beauthis past winter.
They find
Wind sox for Barkerville Air
ty kit); Alma Hill, Q.J.S.
(dressmakers shears); Maureen Strip: The Barkerville air strip,
Morehouse, Coreelieu ($10 gift now a paved landing strip, is in
very good condition.
certificate); Robin McLean,
A wind sock was needed, and
Q.J.S. ($10); Maureen Mooring,
after
some effort Jim McKelvie
Correlieu ($10); Debbie Martin,
received
help from Bud Russell
C.J.S. ($10).
of Imperial Oil Company-and
Grade 10: Lucia Vandenberg,
we wish to express our thanks
Correlieu ($20 gift certificate);
to Bud and his company for the
Caren Gamache, Correlieu (
new wind sock.
dressmakers shears); Maureen
Highways problem: A few
Brown, Correlieu ($10).
very ambitious • beaver's have
PAINJ^NG C U P B O A R D S
Grade 12:
Holly Graf,
been giving Bert Covjey and his
BeTore pai'ntmg the insidi; surCorrelieu ($20 gift certificate);
faces of a cupboard, remove
crew a bad time.
Kathie Lund, Correlieu (travel
the doors and shelves. Then
The highways crew has to
bag).
paint the hack, and then the
work to rule, and-only about
sides.
II the doors will not
seven and a half hours a day .
mine off, do not paint the
the outside until the surfaees
Mr. beaver has no rules and
on the inside .ire dry
Residents and visitors celehe works about 20 hours a day
brate the longest day of the building dams in highway culverts.
year in Dawson City, Yukon
Then, considering size for
with a midnight picnic. People
climb, drive or take the bus to size Mr. beaver can out-do the
average worker at least ten to
the summit of the Midnight
450 Johnston Ave.
Dome to watch the sun not go one, and doesn't even stop for a
992-2155
coffee break.
down.
Alexandria
They spent one day visiting Dianne Freisen, first year star.
the police station, fire hall, and Sherry Reimer, third year star.
post office.
Linda Ramsey, Space and WritLunch was eaten at LeBour- ers and third year star.
dais Park and then a tour* of the
Guides receiving badges were
museum before returning back
Bernice Radtke, Native Lore
to school.
and Challenge Emblem. BerOn June 3 the primaries took
nice also received her A l l
a trip by train to Alexandria.
Round Cord and pin.
From there they visited the
Game Farm by bus before
. Donna Morgenstern-four
returning home.
year service star.
The Mother-Daughter Banquet was held May 28. A cold
• plate supper was served.
Hostesses were former Guides Dianne Gray, Ginnie Peterson and Patti-Jo Kumpula.
Special guests were division
Commissioner Vi Klassen, district Commissioner Olive Mitchell and Grannie Floyd.
Retiring Brown Owl Barb
Morgenstern was presented
with an wl shaped candy dish.
Olive Mitchell was presented
with an "Operation V.I.P. Award." She has just recently
come home from the hospital.
Four Brownies flew up to
Guides during the evening.
Those receiving their wings
Bolens
were Linda Ramsey, Tara
Mulching Mower
Gray, Karen Mathers and Sher-
Fertilize
Your
As You
Mow
0
ry Reimer.
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Each of the girls were given a
farewell gift from the Pack.
Dianne Freisen was the neatest
Brownie. She got a book.
Golden Hand presentations
went to: Tara Gray, Linda
Ramsey, Karen Mathers and
Sherry Reimer.
Dayna Gray, Artist, Dancer, Friends to Birds, Skiers,
Crafts and Cyclist Badges, and
first year star.
Jeanette Mathers, Craft Badge
and first year star.
Karen Mathers, Craft Badge
and third year star.
Tara Gray, Neighbor, Skiers
and third year star.
Darla Wheeler, Craft and first
year star.
Marcia Hotvedt, Craft and first
year star.
Patricia Morgenstern, Craft
and second year star.
Sheri Renso, Writers, Cyclist
and first year star.
Davina Morgenstern, second
year star.
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Fifth Week/June 12-16
CHETWYND
KITE FLYING Chetwynd Kite Caprice June 14 and 15 9 arn
to 11 am, 2 om to 5 pm. Don Titus Elorn School 'G. M.
Haines 788-2531.
DAWSON CREEK
VISUAL ARTS One Man Show Juno 12 to Juno 18 Daily
9 arn to 9 pm Dawson Crook Art Gallery and Museum - Show
will feature works of Marg Baker
'Mir. M;uy Wanka
786-5468.
DEASE LAKE
Outdoor Sports Day June 13-14
Friday June 13 Dease Lake Elementary school track meet
Saturday June 14 Pancake breakfast - 9 am to 11 am, fishing derby, softball, kic races 7 games, gymkhana
'Chuck Phi'i-ps, Dease Lake.
A programme of the Community Recreation Branch
British Columbia
J Government
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Department of Travel Industry
Hon. Ernest Hall, Minister-R. L. Colby, Deputy Minister
Pick up your free "Schedule of Events" booklet at
any B.C. Branch of the Canadian Imperial Bank of
Commerce, Recreation office or B.C. Automobile
Association office.
Q U E S N E L CARIBOO OBSERVER, W E D N E S D A Y , J U N E
11, 1975-23
REQUIREMENTS CHANGED
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The British Columbia Inde- board of directors of the
in Victoria.
pendent Logging Association provincial association, chair"There are those firms of
has announced a major policy man Bill Schneider, announced
independent contractors which
change concerning its member- individuals and individual firms
do not operate within the
ship .
will be allowed to become geographical boundaries of eUntil the present time only members.
xisting member associations,"
established associations have
"This new policy is in responsaid Mr. Fraser,"and it seems
been permitted to join the se to widespread interest in the
only fair that all those who
BCILA.
provincial
organization,"said
would like to have a spokesman
At a recent meeting of the Mr. Schneider, "and we would
with access to government
like to have as many indepenshould have that opportunity."
dent logging contractors as
The dues structure for "mempossible enjoy the representabers at large" will be substantion afforded by our Victoria
tially the same as for those
office."
firms who now belong to
Executive Representative
existing regional associations.
Colin Fraser said in Victoria the
If you haven't got your town
The cost varies between an
response from government and
business licence, you had better
annual $200 for an operator
industry alike has been extreget one because the town is
with a single machine and rises
mely
encouraging since the
cracking down.
at the rate of'$50 per additional
association became established
machine to a maximum of $500.
Aid. Albert Johnston suggested that the town building
inspector, who is also the
licence inspector, be instructed
to do a check of all local
businesses to make sure they
have up-to-date trades licences.
"It is part of the building
inspector's job and it is something the town has budgeted
about $20,000 for," said Aid.
Johnston.
Ald.Lon Godfrey questioned
how such a check could be made
without it appearing to be a
"witch hunt".
However, Aid. Gloria Lazzarin pointed out the check
would not be a witch hunt at all,
but merely the town exercising
its right under the bylaw.
The ideal way to take the Cariboo Observer is by
Businesses
beware
How to get the
[Cariboo Observer
delivered to
your home.
L O C A L YOUNGSTER ENJOY T R A V E L L I N G CIRCUS
...which visited Quesnel last week.
Council appoints assistant
clerk metric co-ordinator
Town council voted to ap- municipal governments.
point assistant town clerk Ron
Aid. Gloria Lazzarin further
Paul as its municipal metric
suggested
the town write to the
conversion co-ordinator.
department
asking if it would
The appointment came upon
be
possible
for
the department
the suggestion from the department of municipal affairs to sponsor a special workshop
that municipalities appoint such or schooling session in metric
a co-ordinator to help organize for municipal coordinators.
Council agreed to the motion.
the transition to metric for
FIVE H O R S E P O W E R
Graduate
ONE CLOWN T H A T WHO "HOT-FOOTED IT" A BIT TOO E N T H U S I A S T I C A L L Y
...Professor "Bo Jo" suffers the consequences of too daring an experiment.
MAXIMUM
Elderly outdoorsman wants more
motor power on Bowron Lakes
By Eli Sopow
Howard Harris used to do a
lot of boating on the Bowron
Lake chain when he was
younger.
Back in 1939, when he used to
live at Barkerville and when he
and a group of other men spent
many an hour of backbreaking
work in the construction of a
rail portage system between
the lakes.
"We rebuilt the existing
system. It used to be a rickety
old thing so we got a set of mine
car wheels and some old ties
and rebuilt it on a graded track.
They worked on it because
they loved the wilderness and
they loved the waters.
It was a good place to
commune with nature, to boat,
to fish and to enjoy the
outdoors.
The rail portage system is
gone now.
It became old and when
things become old, they are
disused and generally forgotten
about.
Howard and his wife Lorene
too are growing older.
And because of it, and
because Howard has an infirmity, they no longer are able to
enjoy the waters of the Bowron
Lake chain.
BANNED
* The provinciaLparks, branch,
for logical reason, has banned
power boating on all lakes of
the Bowron chain except for the
large main lake from which
Bowron River flows.
It has created a haven of
about 69 miles for canoeists to
enjoy their sport without the
annoyance of bobbing in the
wash of motorized boats.
But the ruling also has
eliminated a large portion of
scenic waterway to those aged,
infirmed or with children and
not familiar with canoeing.
Howard agrees that large
motorized boats are a hazard to
conoeists especially on the
Loadings
May carloadings for the
British Columbia Railway totalled 12,863, a seven per cent
increase over May last year
when loadings totalled 11,996.
Loadings for the first five
month of this year totalled
57,342 compared with 53,698
for the same period last year.
Traffic which increased substantially in May this year
compared with May, 1974 included export grain, copper ores
and concentrates, wood pulp,
wood chips "milled in transit",
piggyback movements and interline received shipments.
Showing a decrease were
movements of lumber eastern
rail and local and L.C.L. shipments.
meandering Bowron River.
He also agrees with the move
which designated Bowron Lake
Park as a provincial game
reserve and has nothing against
a large area of the chain
segregated for the canoeing
fraternity.
But he would like some
special consideration for those
to whom canoeing is an impossibility.
Just a small consideration.
Like allowing small five
horsepower motors on boats
travelling from the Bowron
Lake lodge to Pat's Point, a
distance of about 12 miles.
What Howard is asking for is
an additional eight miles of
waterway for people to enjoy.
People in small, cartop boats
powered with minimal horsepower.
That would still leave about
61 miles for the exclusive
enjoyment of canoeists.
EXEMPTION
Howard and Lorene have
made an attempt to gain
exemption for people in lowpowered boats by writing to
their local M L A Alex Fraser
who in turn forwarded their
letter to Recreation Minister
Jack Radford.
The reply was not encouraging.
"...current regulations permit
power boating on Bowron Lake
only. The banning of power
boats on the portion of the
chain between Pat Point and
the southerly outlet of Bowron
convenient, thrifty home delivery. You're sure of
prompt, regular receipt of your newspaper when your
neighborhood carrier delivers The Cariboo Observer to
your home.
Lake was necessary because of
who would make a visual
the safety problems due to the
inspection of boat and motor.
wash from power boats and also
"It's my recommendation
because of our concept to that speeds on such boats be
provide a wilderness experi- strictly enforced at five miles
ence within a wildlife sanctu- per hour and that extreme
ary.
caution be used on the Bowron
"Power boating ir not in
River,"he says.
keeping with this concept," he
A second proposal entertainsaid.
ed by the Harris' is that passes
Howard feels Mr. Radford
be issued to the elderly and
has misinterpreted the propodisabled on a daily basis by the
sal of low-powered boats and
park ranger.
doubts if serious consideration
"I remember a time when we
was given his letter.
used to go out on the lakes and
"We feel the latest ruling to take our tent and do some
ban power boats from the camping. We never used to
southerly outlet to Pat Point cause anyone any trouble-nediscriminatory against a goodly ver used to bother anyone.
portion of outdoor enthusiasts
"Older people like us and
who, while unable to paddle a those disabled need the quiet of
cnaoe, still wish to enjoy a part the wilderness too. As much as
of some of the wonderful the young people-maybe
waterways of B.C." he says.
more,"says Lorene.
CONTROL
And so it goes.
The Harris' agree that the
In an effort to preserve the
boating population of Bowron
Lake Park is accelerating wild- environment in its natural silent
ly and- recognize that it is state and to ensure placid
now necessary to limit the waters for canoeists, the pronumber of canoeists in a given vincial parks branch has overarea and control their progress looked a usually quiet and
generally forgotten minority
on the circuit.
"We don't resent people group-the old and the invalid.
coming from other countries to
But they too require the
Bowron Lake, but we do resent
that we can't use the lakes solace that green trees and
because we're old^'Lorene- sparkling blue waters afford.
says.
And Howard and Lorene
Howard says those who wish
Harris are trying to convince
to avail themselves of his
those in authority of this need
proposed recommendation
to be with nature-expecially if
should have to first get a
you're
aged or infirmed.
permit from the park ranger
Bob Palmateer, Quesnel, has
received his Batchelor of Science degree in marine biology
from the University of B.C.
Bob is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. B. Palmateer, Quesnel.
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I: R E A L E S T A T E
FOR S A L E
IV2 acre corner lot at Bouchie
Lake. 12 x 52 trailer, 12 x 30
addition, garage. Excellent well
septic system. Partially fenced,
landscaped. Ideal for horses.
Close to school, store. Phone
249-5573. (45-48)
Three bedroom home on Vsacre, %-mile from town, on
school bus route. Full price
$18,000.00. $125.00 monthly
first mortgage, $7000.00 down,
or trade equity for mobile
home. Phone 992-2845 (47-48)
For Sale: 3 Bedroom home on
large lot. Large heated garage
and excellent garden. Only
minutes Irom down town.
Phone 992-7658 (47-48)
For Sale 40 Acres 2 Bdrm house
outbuildings 25 cleared y r .
round creek full Price $38,000
with $12,500 down with furniture & stock $10,000 down with
out Phone 992-2921 (48-49)
For Sale: Two bedroom home
with W / W carpeting, fridge
and stove included. Large
carport and storage shed on
landscaped lot in North Quesnel. View by appointment only.
Ph. 992-5408. (48-51)
For Sale 1 bedroom home on
IV2 acres land. Full size
basement, electric heat, drilled
well $500.00 down payment low
payments. Phone 992-2922 (4849)
Three bedroom house. 3 years
old. V2 acre lot. 1 mile from
town. Phone 992-5823 evenings.
(48-50)
377 St. Laurent Avenue
M.L.S. Member
992-8866
N E A R COTTONWOOD P A R K
Small cottage on 2 acres near Cottonwood River on
Barkerville Road. Good well, several outbuildings, and
corrals. Priced at $12,000.00 with some terms.
CAN'T B E A T THIS BARGAIN!
26 acres of fully fenced pasture with barn, tack shed and 8
box stall barn for the horses-A good 3 b/r home goes with
this too-Try your down payment and terms to suit!
CARSON P H A S E 2
Where else can you find a 4 B / R home on a landscaped lot
for $30,000? Don't pass up the opportunity to see this
one.
1250 SQ. FT.-of growing room in this older West Side
home-Asking just $28,000.00 and the owner says he'll
carry a mortgage. Hurry to view!
IN A N D R E L A X
One of the finest homes we have listed. Completely
fenced and landscaped in very desirable Johnston Subd.
Four level split - W / W rugs throughout. Very
comfortable family room with old fashioned brick
fireplace. Priced to sell. By appointment only.
OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS!
Promote yourself into this beautiful home in South Hills.
Spacious tri-level plus bull bsmt. 3 large bdrms., family
room, 1V* plgb., fireplaces, carpeting, beautiful rustic
kitchen. See it today! Priced reduced!
SPARKLING N E W
On V2 acre lot , south of town. Cathedral entry•,
covered sundeck, carpeting,full bsmt. Could be 3 or 4
bdrms., plus rec-room. Clear title, try your
downpayment or trade. $34,500. F . P .
V E R Y W E L L MAINTAINED!
Two B / R up and one down, double plumbing, W / W
carpeting, sundeck, carport and extras. Located
on landscaped corner lot in Johnston Subd.
NO MORTGAGE N E E D E D
Plus it's FURNISHED! Sparkling 5 roomed bungalow,
gas heat, fenced 66 x 120 lot, town water and sewer. Only
$24,000.00 Try $4,000.00 down, balance at 10%.
DRIVE BY-1242 YORSTON Then stop in and see how you
can be the proud owner of this well built home. 2
fireplaces, rec room, IV? baths. Priced to sell.
SHEER LIVING E N J O Y M E N T on 9V2 acres. Brand new
4 B / R home-it's all there and ready for you!
Appointments only on this one please!
REVENUE DUPLEX
3 side by side" revenue properties all less than 1 yr.
old-$8,000.00 down will handle.
CYPRESS DRIVE - A lot of T . L . C . went into the
building of this home. Over 1300 sq. ft. of quality Driftwood stone fireplace, 4 B/R, high ceiling, double
garage will handle your camper easily.
D O N T B E LAST! B E FIRST! and make an appointment
to see this well cared for 5 B / R home on Elm Street.
Double landscaped lot, carport and many extras - Only
$37,500.00 or owner will consider selling house and one
lot for $32,500.00.
1400' A R E A ! NEW!
3 large bdrms., Vh plbg., carpeting, 2 fireplaces. V? acre
lot - Callnow for details of this quality home now under
construction. Priced in 40's.
STARTING UP OR SLOWING DOWN!
Drive by 385 Winder Street and see this well
constructed, compact home. Good investment possibility.
Full Price $13,500.00, includes stove and fridge.
4.42 A C R E S
Plus 2 outstanding deluxe mobile homes surrounded by
sundecks and sidewalks. Just south of town. Must be
seen!
W E L L BUILT & MAINTAINED H O M E with room for
your inlaws. Well landscaped and good garden area out
back. 2 yrs. old - Ellison Subd.
$18,500.00 F.P.! ON 1.19 A C R E !
Deluxe 12 x 64 mobile home nicely set up in Richland
Estates, see it today.
OUT OF TOWN LIMITS
2 good homes on over 2 acres just outside of town,
towards Bouchie Lake, both have 4 bedrooms and full
basements. A 2 bay garage is also included. These homes
may be purchased separately or alone. Call us for further
information.
W E E K E N D FARMERS
Will like the 160 acre spread located 43 miles north of
town. Approx. 150 acres could be cultivated. Price
includes new 400 sq. ft. cabin. Asking $35,000.00 with
$15,000.00 down.
ACREAGE
Imagine! 10 acres very well treed, located on Beautiful
Dragon Lake. This land is priced to sell, terms available.
740 feet of lake frontage, Asking $30,000.00.
INVESTMENT, HOBBY F A R M , OR??
42.49 acres just 6 miles south of town. Adjoins acreage
subdivision. Natural wooded state. Asking $32,000.00
with $10,000 down.
PRIME COMMERCIAL
3-66x120 lots situated in extremely high traffic area.
Ideal office location, motel site etc..Park adjoins.
T1BBLES L A K E
5 full acres with over 444 ft of lake frontage only 30 miles
west of Quesnel. Improvements include 7 room 2,000
sq.ft. log house with IV2 baths, 4 bdrms, fireplace and
good T . V . reception. 1-60x20 quansit hut for vehicles, 3
summer cabins with screened porches. Would make
excellent fishing and hunting resort. Call today for
further particulars.
H A V E YOUR OWN CORNER PUB
Very well finished home with a nice kitchen and dinette
for the wife and a real nice recreation room and bar for
the boss man. Two fireplaces one up and one down.
7/10ths of an acre lot completely fenced. 5 miles south of
town.
70 ft.frontage on spring fed Milburn Lake. Would make
excellent building site as power and water and telephone
are nearby. Has year round access. F . P . $11,000.00
DISCRIMINATING PURCHASERS will appreciate the
appointments and features to be enjoyed with purchase
of this newly listed split level designed home. Located on
a quiet cu-de-sac in Uplands. This 1140 sq. ft. three B / r
offers maximum privacy plus view, finished landscaping,
all for a very reasonable $39,500.00
PLANNING A L A R G E PARTY?
If so, your hostess will love the large formal living room.
Located on a quiet North Quesnel street this executive
designed home offers 2600 sq. ft. on five levels, intercom,
built-ins, finished games room and luxurious carpeting
plus many other features that make it a pleasure to own.
Call us and we will arrange your private appointment to
view.
A T LAST! That summer home you've been waiting for.
Yes, we've just listed a little beauty on LacLaHache. 100
ft. lake frontage. Well built cottage, full landscaped and
fenced. Drop in and see the photos we have of it. A steal
at only $27,500.00
ON BOUCHIE L A K E !
Enjoy year round activity. 3 B / R full basement home
featuring 2Vz sets plumbing, two fireplaces and 700
square foot recreation room. Hot water heating system,
seperate sprinkling system. Improved beach and wharf
area. B E FIRST TO VIEW!
TRAILER OWNERS-getting tired of communal livily?
Then drop in and view one of our many large lot
listings-Good terms can be arranged.
TWO ACRESHn Dragon Lake Hill area. Close to Frank's
Supermarket. Priced at just $10,000.00 with $2,500.00
down. Hurry for this one.
CHILDREN GROW! HOUSES DON'T!
So here's a place that's ideal for a growing family. 3 B / R ,
2 baths, plenty of space for expansion and storage and
play area. Full Price $36,000.00.
THROW OUT T H E ASPIRIN!!
Your house hunting headaches are over. One glance at
this property and you'll agree this is it. Features include
3 bdrm..full bsmt, landscaped lot all for only $34,500.00.
CAPE-COD SECLUSION
Situated on 11 acres overlooking Bouchie Lake, this 3300
sq. ft. home combines all the features you've always
wanted. Two fireplaces, double carport, 4 bathrooms,
rented swimming pool, antique railings, etc. Place this
property in a class of its own.
BUSINESSMAN-RANCHER
At the end of the day you'll be happy to go home to your
own 320 acre Ponderosa. 1300 sq. ft. home, full line of
equipment, year round creek plus farm buildings all
included. 70 acres in crop plus additional clearing. Asking
$135,000.00 with liberal terms for the right buyer.
SHANTY BY T H E S E A !
Well, a lake is the best we can do but we're sure you'll
like this cozy cabin on Dragon Lake. Water and sewer
included for only $15,000.00.
UPLANDS SUBD.
3 bedroom family home with carport, sundeck and partly
finished basment. Extra large kitchen and attractive
yard make this home an excellent buy at $34,000.00
BRING A L O N G YOUR HAMtMERas this delightful home
needs finishing. Sound and easy to work on. F . P .
1: R E A L E S T A T E
FORSALE
For sale 2 bedroom home with
basement and garage on 1 acre
corner lot in Red Bluff. Terms
available Phone 747-1619 after
5 (48-49)
Three bedroom home overlooking Dragon Lake. 1385 sq. ft. ,
1 Vz baths., large sundeck, carpet throughout, 2 car garage
with storage area. Above ground rental suite in basement,
oil furnace, laundry room. Ph.
747-1585.
For sale by owner in North
Quesnel. Three bedroom home,
two bedrooms up, one down,
wall to wall carpeting. 23 x 23
garage or workshop plus $455.
revenue per month from three
suites. On 66 x 120 commercial
corner lot. Priced far below
replacement cost. For more
information phone 992-6184 (4849)
24' x 40', 3 bedroom double
wide home on 2 acres, 2 wells,
one drilled, fenced and landscaped. Phone 747-1248 (48-49)
For sale four bedroom home, 6
mo. old and two bedroom cabin.
Fridge and stove in both.
Aluminum siding and good
water. Two acres of land and
fenced. For more information
call 992-2489 anytime. Full
price $38,000.00 (48-49)
PRICE R E D U C E D T O $33,000.00! for quick sale. Over 2
acres of view property and well constructed 2 B / R
home-Close to schools. In Bouchie Lake area.
H E A V E N L Y ! is the only way to describe this attractive
new listing. Located close to all schools in West side on
spacious river front lot. Fireplace, garage, built in
dishwasher are only a few of the many extras. Available
July 1st.
A H O M E OF R A R E DISTINCTIVE QUALITY!
Features 4 bedrooms with beautiful shag carpeting, 2
fireplaces, family room with wet bar, ensuite plumbing,
double garage, plus many more extras. A fully
] automatice kitchen gives you "built in" maid service.
Make this your first step to better living. View by
exclusive appointment.
T H R E E WISHES
If peace comfort and location are important to you, better
look this over! Convenient to school and skating
rink;Only $34,500. Cut out this ad and phone today.
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY-with existing buildings of
over 3000 sq. ft. Can be adapted to many uses. Excellent
property with large parking area. Priced to sell at only
$75,000.00.
UNFINISHED
2 year new on 1 acre. 1008' area, full bsmt. Cathedral
entry, sundeck over garage. Handyman special,
$20,000.00 F . P .
F E A S T YOUR E Y E S ! on this spacious family home on
Pine Drive - Just minutes from downtown. 4 B / R , dream
kitchen and space galore for the kids to roam - on over 1
acre - Clear title property - and owner will carry
mortgage! Asking $37,600.00
T E N A N T S will buy it for you. This comfortable triplex
will actually cost you very little because your tenants will
pay the bulk of the bills. Call today for all the facts.
SPACE-IT'S W O N D E R F U L !
And on this 2.69 acre spread, you'll have lots of it. Fenced
with excellent well which supplies several families. A
well built 4 B / R home complete with all the
appliances-asking only $40,000.00 A real bargin!
S W E E T N LOW
No steps in this immaculate rancher, 3 bdrms. and family
room. Approx. 1500' area on 72 acre groomed lot, near
schools in popular Red Bluff area.
A J U N E BRIDE SPECIAL?
Neat as a pin and all ready for the newly weds or retired
couple. This 2 B / R home on a corner lot features an
attractive kitchen, spacious living room and full basment
and carport. All for the low price of just $27,000.00
CLASSIFIED WORD DEADLINE
A P T . SITE has a view of Fraser River. Terms on full
price of $18,500.00
Excellent opportunity for licenced gasfitter. Heating and
plumbing business. Located in
one of the busiest centres in the
North Peace. Maintenance contracts of $4,000.00 can be
assumed. Equipment valued at
$9,000.00 Last year's volume
over $60,000.00 Full price $14,400.00 Contact: J O N E S &
R E E D E R R E A L T Y CORP.,
10108 - 100th. Street, Fort St.
John, B.C. V1J 2B3 (48-49)
Hatpdyman's Special. Easy terms . Two bedroom, L.R., kitchen, bath up. 1 bedroom and
rec 1 room down. Carport and
extra large lot. Location 278
Roddis St., West Quesnel.
Present offers to John P. Wall,
Box 67\Aldergrove, B.C. Phone
856-4875 Keys at Fircrest Apts.
1
FRONT S T . Commercial "BB". 2 losts that total 132x120.
Put your thinking cap on and call today.
BUILDERS A commercial lot that will accomodate a 6
plex for only $15,000.00. V2 down and owner will carry
the balance. Don't miss this call today.
2.90 A C R E LOT Close to store just off highway #97. F . P .
$9,900.00. Low cash down and assume existing mtge.
5 A C R E L O T 8 minutes north of town. Nicely treed and
would make excellent building site. F . P . $8,500.00
1 A C R E building site in Spruce Ridge terrace. Accessible
year round, fully treed. Asking $8,000.00
2-5 acre lots 10 miles from town on Nazko Rd. - Just over
$8,000.00 each.
2-lots over 2 acres each of Barkerville Rd. $4,300.00 &
$5,500.00-Terms.
2- 1V3 acre lots just off Barkerville Rd.-$3,500.00 each
1 Parcel of 4 lots totaling 7.81 acres, - $10,000.00 with
terms.
"COTTONWOOD
RIVER" Only 18
miles from Quesnel
City Centre on the old
Prince George
Highway
296 Acres В« Lot 8599. This
property is ideal for the small
ranch and recreation minded
person, extensive clearing and
frontage on the Cottonwood River.
$69,500.
40 Acres - Lot 11718. Mostly under
cultivation, a dandy smaller parcel
at a price you can afford. -$14,500.
119 Acres • Frac. S W A of 8598.
3- town lost overlooking Baker Creek
Quesnel-$6,500.00 each with terms.
in West
AVAILABLE
2 lots that total 132 X 120. Zoned commercial "BB" on
Front street. Between McNaughton Avenue and
Shepherd Avenue. These 2 lots have many uses, put your
thinking cap on and call today.
INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY
Well located 4 plex in prime West Quesnel area. A real
good investment at $42,500.00 with terms. Call us for an
appointment to view this 1 t 2 bedroom money maker.
R E V E N U E PROPERTIES:
Triplex-$3(5,000.00 try $6,000.00 down.
3 Duplexes-$40,000.00 each
4 Plex-$42,500-Commercial Zone-$12,000.00 down.
excellent
lovely property,
extensive
frontage on the river,
some
clearing and trees. - $31,500.
14 A C R E S O V E R L O O K I N G B E A U T I F U L P U N CHESAKUT LAKE
Has a 4 B / R storey full basement log house on property.
Some of extras include an 85' drilled artesian well,
fencing, year round accessibility to Quesnel. Call today as
this won't last.
Dupiex-$43,000.00-Spacious-Ensuite
suite
A
owner's
162 Acres - N W A of Lot 8598.
Another very nice parcel with
frontage on the river. - $32,500.
80 Acres Frac S W A of 8584. A
sloping property, treed, some
meadow, springs throughout the
area. • $19,500.
222 Acres • Frac. NE'A of 8598 and
SE'A of 7301 and S'/i of Lot 8583.
You have dreamed of owning a
place that has frontage on a river
like the Cottonwood, plus a
sparkling trout stream, Abau
Creek, and ice cold water to your
house from a hillside spring • then
this is it. Buildings:-Newer type
house needs some finishing,
plumbing up and down, wired, full
basement; Garage/shop, new hay
barn, stock sheds, several log
cabins and storage sheds plus
small rental older house. T h e
property is in 3 seperate legals •
$79,500.
RIVER GLEN
RANCHER LTD.,
651 Fraser Street,
Kamloops, B.C.
4 Plex-$45,000.00
Duplex-$37,900.00
Red Bluff Duplex-$29,900.00-Low Down Payment
Duplex in Red Bluff-$32,500.00
Phone Quesnel
604 992-6803
Phone Kamloops
604 372-5108
Phone 150 Mile House
604 296-3663
EVENINGS C A L L
Rick Hughes
Darwin Watt
LilaWall
Wes Arnot
Mary Arnot
Jacquie Hughes
Rino Manarin
Laurie Gardner
992-9846
992-6595
992-7120
992-5117
747-1466
992-9846
992-9692
747-1092
2: LOTS A N D / O R
PROPERTY
For sale commercial lot on
Johnston flat with warm one
bedroom house and river frontage. Phone 992-6679 after 6
p.m.
(47-49)
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M l< fv-MEMBER
PRIVACY GALORE: 10 x 54 Trailer set among the trees
on 2 acre lot in Abbott Heights - Excellent opportunity Your offer may be right! Call Marg Moore for full details.
LOOKING FOR A LARGE FAMILY HOME: in the
RICHBAR
Need extra room. This lrg. family or revenue home on Vz
acre well lanscaped lot. 2 lrg. bdrms. up and a 3 bdrm. self
contained suite dn. Stoves & fridges included. Also a 10
x 48' trailer extra bdrm. attached. Buy this with a low,
low dn. payment, owner will carry balance!
PRICE R E D U C E D :
This beautiful house has been reduced to $35,900.
Features fireplace, fully finished basement, 2 bathrooms,
paved driveway, fenced & lanscaped.
With 2 house trailers 12' x 64' and a 10' x 52' completely
serviced. Good level treed property. Asking $27,000.
HOME BY T H E RIVER:
2 acres gradual slope. Beautiful view, from two large
picture windows. 1092 sq. ft. with attached garage.
Seclusion & quietness yet only Vs mile from Town limits.
Asking $34,900
1200 SQ. F T .
3 bdrm. home located on .61 acres. Close to school, store
& lake. F.P. $24,000.
BUILDING LOTS
Southhills-Vz acre lot-$5,500.
Vz acre lot-$8,000.
Boucie Lake-2 acre lot-$6,000.
Barkerville Rd.-2 acre lot-$6,000.
Marsh. Sub.-l acre view lot-with well & septic.
992-7218
Fred Baxter Res:
992-6375
Mel Grey
Full price $19,900. Balance at $195.00 per month. 2
bedrooms, each side, good location and on one acre. Call
Lome Perry.
FOR S A L E BY OWNER
992-2732 days
992-2813 evenings
is fenced and has small barn. House has 3 bedrooms, up
and 1 down, finished rec room, laundry, living and dining
rooms, kitchen with nook area. This can be purchased
also with extra 1 acre lot. Call Marg Moore today. Owner
would consider another house in trade as part payment.
LETS TRY $500.00 DOWN: Older 3 bedroom home in
town, good starter or retirement home, needs a little
work, includes some furniture. Call Fred for full details.
FANTASTIC BUY: Yes we have it now. A beautiful
fenced 2.5 acre lot with 3 bedroom home, only 2 miles
from town. Ideal for horse lovers. Outbildings include
hay barn and 2 stall horse barn.^All this for only
$34,000. call Jim for appointment to View.
With a near new trailer set up. Some outbuildings - All
ready to start your farm. See Jim about this ideal country
home.
COUNTRY DUPLEX: 2 bedrooms each side. Live in one
and let the other side make the payments. Try your down
payment. Close to main highway call Fred for details.
A PRIVATE PARK:
With a creek running by on a nicely landscaped acre lot
and right in town. The well constructed 2 bedroom, full
basement home is spotless and very attractively finished
inside and as a added bonus there is a smaller home on
the property renting at $110 per month. Be sure and call
Lome Perry to see this one.
BOTH WORKING: Here is an easy home to care for at
the same time and not too far from town on almost 1 acre,
Home features 2 bedrooms and a den, spacious living
room. Includes washer, dryer, range, fridge and drapes
and built in cabinets in dining room, den and master
bedroom. Terms can be arranged. Phone Fred for this
one.
COMMERCIAL A C R E A G E :
4 acres on Highway 97 south at Gook Road, cleared.
Manufactured log cabin included, an ideal development
site. Asking $60,000.
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LOTS':
10 Mile Lake-1 acre overlooking the lake $8,500
B L A C K W A T E R R D . - 1/3 acre $3,300-10% down
TOWN
Bordering Baker Creek $7,000 Terms.
Willis Street $7,000
I T S
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: 320 ACRES
Farm 20 miles on West Fraser Rd.
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PRICE REDUCED SO ACT NOW: Tomorrow may be
80% Bank Financing Available
Only $2200 Down with B.C. 2nd.
912 Sq. Ft., 3 Bdr., Cedar Feature wall, new W/W Shag
throughout, just move in. Located on Vz ac. lot in Red
Bluff, close to schools.
6 P.M.
992-2427
OFFERS WANTED:
120 Acres
Farm-same location
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H O M E ON 11 A C R E S
Small private lake, new large home, full basement,
carport.
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H O M E ON 5 A C R E S
Large new home, full basement, carport.
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N E W L Y LISTED
1070 sq. ft. full basement, new condition, quiet area,
carport. Asking $35,000
GIVEAWAY
Fully serviced 12'x68' trailer with addition & full length
porch, 1/2 acre, landscaped, fenced view lot. Asking
$16,500
OWNER T R A N S F E R R E D
Says sell this near new attractive 3 bedroom with 4th
bedroom in full daylit basement, nicely landscaped, fully
fenced with patio, close to school and asking only $32,500
CMHC terms.
MORTGAGE FUNDS
*No discounts or bonuses.
""Conventional rates.
* C . M . H . C . in approved areas.
*Rural homes accepted.
"•Confidential service.
LON GODFREY REALTY LTD.
992-5544
QUIET & C O M F O R T A B L E
Drive by 770 Beaubian Ave. and you will want to own this
immaculate 2 bedroom home. Features 3rd bedroom &
game room in full basement, utility room on main floor
carport & paved driveway, Full price only 34,900 liberal
terms.
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
Do you want more in a home such as double fireplaces,
carport, large fenced lot, 1100 sq. ft. with sundeck, patio,
game room. And the price is reduced to $42,000 for quick
sale name your own terms.
Ideal revenue investment, two homes on two side by side
lots in West Quesnel. Look them over and make your
offer. Must be sold. Call Lome for the address.
THINKING TRAILER: Then you should look at this 12 x
68 all set up on .77 acre, south of town, all the work is
done and includes 24 x 16 work shop, 8 x 16 insulated
porch, etc., reasonably priced, immediate possession,
open to offers. Call Fred for full details.
PRICED REDUCED: 1958 Sq. Ft. 4 bedroom home in
North Quesnel. Large 10,000 ft. lot with excellent view
and privacy. Extra large living room with fireplace and
hardwood floors. To view call Jim Moore.
this lovely 3 bedroom home. Kitchen is a dream with lots
of cupboards - full basement has laundry facilities and
partly completed rec room, Marg would be happy to show
you at your convenience.
MORTGAGE
MONEY?
- Unlimited Funds
- Fast Service
- To 90% of Value
- 20 year amortization
We don't have
A.H.O.P. (ASSISTED HOME OWNER PROGRAM)
F U L L PRICE
32,460.00
DOWNPAYMENT
1,611.00
B.C.GRANT
$1,000.00
F E D E R A L GRANT
$500.00
T O T A L COST TO YOU
$111.00
- Bonuses
- Lock-in clauses
- High rates
All legal costs and mortgage Insurance Fee included in
full price of $32,460.
MONTHLY P A Y M E N T S PROPORTIONED TO YOUR
INCOME CMHC 10% MORTGAGES.
NIAGARA REALTY OF
CANADA LTD.
454 Reid Street,
Quesnel, B.C.
Phone 992-7291
2: LOTS A N D / O R
PROPERTY
Lot for sale- Vz acre lot South
Hill Sub. Water and natural
gas. Ph. 747-1350 (47-49)
For sale: 860 ft. prime
Lakeshore property on 10 Mile
Lake. To inspect contact
caretakers at Ph. 992-7883
(48-50)
992-7178
747-2707
992- 8818
993- 4441
2: LOTS A N D / O R
2: LOTS A N D / O R
PROPERTY
PROPERTY
For sale one acre mostly
cleared, with older 2 bedroom
home, needs some repair. Good
well with water in house. 8
miles out, just off pavement.
Phone 747-1528 (48-51)
For sale New three bay logging
truck shop on 1 Vz acres cleared
land in Bouchie Lake area.
$1,500.00 down will handle. Full
price $25,000.00 easy terms.
Phone 747-1381.
OWNER MOVED PRICE REDUCED: Immediate
possession on this near new 2 bedroom, full basement,
spacious home located on West side, close to all
amenities. Call Fred to view.
$18,500 FULL PRICE
Neat and appealing 2 bedroom home on one acre.
Excellent water supply and most of the work is done.
Lome Perry has the information on this bargain priced
buy.
BUY, SELL, TRADE, DIRECT THRUOUT B.C.
H A N D Y M A N SPECIAL
4 bedroom unfinished 1200 sq. ft. home on nice 1/2 lot
with barn. Full price only $13,900 as is with $1,500 down
this is an exceptional opportunity to get started to-day.
ARCHIE HLADY
JACK ABERCROMBIE
BOB SUTTON
RON ABLITT
BUILDERS & DEVELOPERS:
Get your winter project set up on one of these apartment
or condominium sites. We have excellent locations from
$18,500 - and up. On water and sewer. Terms available;
call Fred for full details.
UPLANDS OPPORTUNITY: Only $32,000. full price on
We have:
M.L.S. MEMBER
EVENINGS PHONE
SMALL ACREAGE: 3 parcels ranging from 5 - 7 acres at
Punchesakut Lake. Access to beach just across the road.
Your chance for country living with vacation atmosphere
- Prices vary and terms can be arranged. Phone Marg.
too late to own this spacious 3 bedroom home on 1 Vz acres
in Red Bluff. Featuring new carpets, large utility room,
and nice sun porch. Has chicken house and 2 room
insulated cabin. To view call Fred.
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YOURS FOR ONLY*"
$23,500.00
% Acre lots in Bouchie Lake
area. All lots nicely treed. One
has view of Bouchie Lake. Ph.
249-5410. (46-11)
Try as low as $500. down on this 2 bedroom basement
home in Red Bluff. Needs some work inside but priced
right at $17,900. Call Lome.
RED B L U F F BUILDING LOTS:
4 half acre building lots on Nelson & Cypress streets. F .
P. $4000.00 each.
2 bedroom full basement, all finished house at 893
Broughton St. Phone:
Pinnacle Heights Sub. 9 - l'/z
acre lots left. Power available
and school bus. Ph. 992-2358
(43-2)
ABOUT TO BE REPOSSESSED:
PRICE REDUCED: Lovely family home on 1 acre - Yard
40 ACRES
NEIGHBOURHOOD P U B A N D C A F E .
Recently licensed in Hixon. Only pub in the area, seats
62. Rock fireplace, wood panelled, carpeted, Pool table.
On 10 cleared acres right on the highway. Plenty of room
for expansion. Cafe seats 18.
PROPERTY
COUNTRY ESTATE: Attractive 3 bedroom A-frame
home on 6Vz acres - Grounds are like a park. Room for
garden and animals. Good water supply. Give Marg
Moore a call on this one, as it won't last.
DUPLEX - $2500.00 DOWN:
BUSINESS LOTCATION:
Just South of Town on Hwy. 97. Large 3 bedroom home
with a 14' x 24' store. Vz acre. Very good 1372 sq. ft.
home, full basement. Asking only $35,000
M A K E A N OFFER:
On this 1974 Chancellor Double wide. Located 3 miles
south on an acre lot. Full basement, 3 bedrooms with
ensuite plumbing. Big and roomy 1152 sq. ft. Owner will
consider property in trade.
2: LOTS A N D / O R
Dragon Lake. Closed in sundeck over 2 bay car port. Wet
bar hook up in basement. Owner built with loads of
extras. Landscaped with garden area and fruit trees
priced in mid 40's Call Jim to view.
RANCHER: 160 acres. Large hay meadow with creek
running through it. Machinery and cattle included. New
hay shed, barn and log cabin. Location is fairly secluded
and priced right. Call Fred for full details.
992-5449
242 Reid St.
LARGE 4 BEDROOM HOME: On 2 acres located at
HERE IS A GOOD START FOR THE B E E F
Contact:
Enemark & Campbell Realty Ltd.
country. Need a little bit of acreage to spread out on.
Well here it is and you can still choose some of your own
decor if you act quick. This near new home features 1500
sq. ft. , 3 bedrooms, ensuite plumbing, utility on main
floor. Seperate nook as well as large dining room, full
basement, double garage and spacious sundeck all this
and almost 40 acres to go with it. Call Fred for full
details.
4.5 ACRES:
DUPLEX
Located on Vz an acre lot in Star Sub. with electric heat, a
good well and planted garden. Approx. 3 yrs old. F . P .
$19,500.
AFTER
V2J 2M6
OPEN WEEKEND New home in South hills. 2 - 4 p.m.
Afternoons, 6 - 8 p.m. evenings. House on Vz acre lot, 3
bedrooms, full basement. Almost ready for occupancy.
West Quesnel
3 bdrm. home located on a quiet dead end street. Located
close to schools and shopping plaza. F.P. $32,000.
CALL
QUESNEL. B.C.
ltd.
M.L.S. MEMBER
Dependoble Real Estate Service
9927218
ltd.
agencies
330 FRONT ST.
REALTY LTD.
IM RKII) ST
realty
We also purchase existing
mortgages.
Phone or drop in
2: LOTS A N D / O R
PROPERTY
Vz acre corner lot in South Hill.
Phone 992-5823 evenings. (4850)
We Guarantee Sales Thru'out B.C.
1
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FRED DAVIDSON 992-5702 PETER GOOK
LORNE PERRY
MARG MOORE
992-6275
•"M MOORE
RANCHES
120 acres, 3 bedroom home, lots
of water , some cleared. Phone
993-4438 (48-49)
747-1343
249-5228
992-6275
4: CARDS OF T H A N K S
YELLOWHEAD REALTY LTD.
40 ACRES
Located on the old Quesnel Highway between
Hixon and Strathnaver. Signs are on
boundaries. The full price is $13,000.00.
Call Duke Peterson, collect, days at
5g-8177
BOWRON LAKE CHAIN LOT
We have one of the few lots on the Bowron
Lake listed for sale. Call D U K E P E T E R S O N
for further information at
YELLOWHEAD REALTY
LTD.
743 Victoria St., Prince George, B . C .
563-8177
3: F A R M A N D / O R
For sale-160 acres at Hixon. 30
acres in hay. 25 acres rough
cleared. $300.00 per acre.
Phone 747-2084. (48-50)
1
Phone
992-2121
The Grade 5 students and
teacher of Pinecrest School
would like to express our
gratitude for the concern and
assistance shown by the following people in guiding us safely
back to the Swift River Environmental Centre on Thursday,
June 5: Search and Rescue,
R.C.M.P., West Fraser Mills,
Dept of Forestry, Mr. A. King,
Parents, teachers and friends.
Most sincerely Pauline Russell,
Monica Vinje, Deanna Sutton,
Johanne Laplante, Nancy Smith, and Lynn Wourms.
5: IN MEMORIAM
Clarkson. \
In loving memory of our son
and brother Buz, who passed
away suddenly June 7, 1974.
Days of sadness still come over
us,
Tears in silence often flow,
Memory keeps you ever near
us.
Though you left us one year
ago.
Ever remembered by Dad,
mom, Debra, Laureen, Elaine
and George.
26-QUESNEL CARIBOO OBSERVER, W E D N E S D A Y , J U N E 11, 1975
THE CORPORATION OF THE
TOWN OF QUESNEL
POSITION VACANT:
Deputy Works Superintendent in
Charge of Utilities
CALL: 562-1396
Put the beauty of wood in your home, with it's natural
color, warmth and good insulation qualities.
READY FOR YOU: NEW 3 BEDROOM
SOLARIS PATIO DOORS
WOODLAND SASH & DOOR LTD.
C.M.H.C. HOMES.
Low down payment or your trade on our new homes. Many features such
as, fireplace, full basement, outside basement entrances, A N D a portable
dishwasher for the first three homes sold. All legal fees included.
2165 Ogi I vie Street
Hard Water!
BOB SUTTON REALTY LTD.
Northern Domestic Water Softening Ltd. has a complete
line of commercial and domestic
330 Front Street Phone 992-8818
WAKE'WRTTW'
BUY CARIBOO "PETE" SOIL
lor all your Gardening Needs I
C A L L 992-9414
24 Hour Service
George Oram
Watkins Dealer
Phone 992-2097 (46-48)
Grading, excavating. Subdivisions, driveways, Septic systems and well digs up to 22'
from flat ground. Landscaping
Phone 747-2949. (47-50)
Models wanted by photographer in Quesnel. Apply at Box
"G", c/o Cariboo Observer, Box
4460. Quesnel, B.C. (48-49)
Eldon Steeves
Box 4624,
Quesnel, B.C.
V2J 3J8
Cariboo "Pete" Soil wishes to announce that we are now
ready to fill your needs for shredded peat soil. Phone
your order in or come out and get your own. [Please
phone ahead, first].
JIM TERRICO 7471266
BOB TERRICO 747-2561
Nazko Stage Lines Ltd.
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Water-wells &
Testing
992-7617
MAX MORGAN
STUCCO CONSTRUCTION
EXCAVATING
Spring has sprung,
The grass has riz...
and we are in the
stucco biz!
General backhoe
FOR FREE ESTIMATES & FURTHER INFO
747-1358
IMIIMOMIMMIMMMOII
VIC McKELVIE 992-7876
Box 5 R.R. #4 Dahl Rd.
A L L PHASES OF
SEWING MACHINES
Repairs
CERTIFIED HOOVER
D7F BRUSH B L A D E R
12* D I K A D R U M
ROOT R A K E
DISCING, ETC.
PHONE 747-2235
992-5764
Two Mile Flat
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QUESNEL MACHINERY
9
992-9669
TGT ENGINEERING
ROOF TRUSS SYSTEMS
CMHC APPROVED
Acceptance # 5070
K&S
CONSTRUCTION
R.R. #3 Rawling Rd.
Quesnel, B.C.
Phone 249-5490
We also supply framing packages for
barns, outbuildings etc.
10: EMPLOYMENT
OPPORTUNITIES
Beginning Sept 75 teaching
couple requires well qualified
woman to babysit one child.
Excellent pay, hours 8 - 4. Own
transportation would be helpful
but not imperative. Phone
992-9696 if interested.
FULLER BRUSH OPENINGS for
male or female. Full or Sparetime.
Work your own hours. For details
write T.G. Diamond R.R. #3,
Kamloops, B.C. [include phone
number please]
REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY
OPERATOR
Experience preferred.
APPLY IN PERSON
imiMWMHItlWHIMIMMmtMW
NEW IN QUESNEL
CEMENT-GRAVEL
DRAIN ROCK
ROAD FINISHING
Pit run gravel and fill.
Call
Quesnel and District Credit Union
253 Reid Street
992-9817
DICK C E M E N T WORK
'Block building
•Floor finishing
*Free estimates
PHONE EVENINGS
992-7661
BOOKKEEPER
with typing experience
required.
QUESNEL MINE M I L L INDUSTRIAL
SERVICE LTD.
Phone 992-7057
10: EMPLOYMENT
OPPORTUNITIES
Commercial - Residential
Wayne Johnson
Babysitter wanted, 3 days a
week. Johnston Sub. preferred. Phone 992-5372.
747-2687
Wanted: Reliable, confident,
accurate typist required for
permanent full-time position.
Work consists mainly of typing.
Other duties also involved. Age
no barrier. Wage negotiable.
Split days off. Reply to Box
" T " , c/o Cariboo Observer,
P.O. Box 4460, Quesnel, B.C.
(48-3)
QUEENSW A Y PLUMBING &
HEATING LTD.
1021 Hwy. 97 North, Quesnel
"No plumbing or heating job is to big or to small."
For service please call
992-7762
ess
Reliable help needed for clerical
duties every Saturday throughout summer and next school
year. Reply in writing to Box
"S" c/o Cariboo Observer, P.O.
Box 4460, Quesnel, B.C. (48-52)
THE CORPORATION OF THE
TOWN OF QUESNEL
POSITION VACANT:
Deputy Works Superintendent in
Charge of Public Works
Applications are invited by the undersigned for the
position of Deputy Works Superintendent in charge of
Public Works until 5:00 p.m. June 12, 1975
Applicants will be considered who are experienced in
Public Works administration, construction and maintenance of streets, sidewalks and parks operation and
maintenance of the sanitary landfill. The applicant must
also have the ability to maintain records, prepare
reports, estimate time and cost and perform related
clerical duties. Experience in the supervision and
direction of crews of employees is essential.
Ths position involves the planning, supervision,
co-ordination and other related duties of Town Works, as
specified and directed by the Works Superintendent.
Applications are to be submitted in the applicants own
handwriting and are to give the applicants date of birth,
marital status, educational background, job experience
including names of employers and the dates and
description of employment.
This is a non-union position.
M. Helzel,
May 26,1975
. Works Superintendent
405 Barlow Ave.,
Quesnel, B.C.
V2J2C3
12: VEHICLES
12: VEHICLES
For sale 1973 Vega GT
Station wagon. Air conditioning
4 radial snows, low mileage.
Phone 747-1354 after 5. (46-48)
For Sale 1966 Toyota Land
Cruiser, 283 V8, H . M . Elect.
Winch, reg. and wide rims
$2,100. Ph. 992-9773
For sale-1971 Datsun Station
wagon. Very good condition.
$1,700.00 Ph. 747-2177. (47-48)
For Sale: One 1971 Dodge
Charger. Eight Cylinder, Automatic, Radio Asking $2500.00
.Phone 992-6185 (47-48)
For Sale 1967 Mercury Caliente
4 door. What offers?* Phone
992-5358 or apply 1266 Moffat
Ave. (47-48)
For Sale 1955 4 Ton Ford.
Needs minor tuning only Ph.
992-6693. (47-48)
For sale: 1967 Chrysler Newport 4-dr. sedan. Very nice
condition $850.00 . 992-7497
For sale 1971 Ford Van Econoline Phone 993-4476
SAW FITTER
Qualified sawfitterwith carbide experience
required for a very attractive opening at a
large, modern sawmill operation on Vancouver
Island's West Coast.
Excellent working conditions and good Living
amenities in a picturesque and fully modern
town.
FOR FURTHER DETAILS APPLY IN
WRITING GIVE RESUME OF EXPERIENCE TO:
EMPLOYMENT OFFICER, TAHSIS
COMPANY LTD., 1280 WEST
P E N D E R STREET.
For sale: 1953 Ford pick up.
Good running condition. $150.
Ph. 747-1628 (48-49)
For sale '61 Rambler V8
automatic less transmission.
Offers for parts or as is. Ph.
747-2957.
For sale 1970 Maverick, good
condition, must sell. $1,500.00
or best offer. Phone 992-5305.
For Sale 1966 Ford Falcon
2-door 170 Motor standard,
reasonable condition. Ph. 7471046. (48-49)
For sale: 1973 Toyota Corolla,
1200, 2 door. Only 8,000 mi.
Complete with custom radio,
one owner, excellent condition.
Ph. 992-6541 after 6 p.m.
3
1973 Toyota Land cruiser with
winch. 29,000 miles Phone
992-9348
For sale: 1955 Chev. h ton, 6 x
8 wooden box, 4 speed trans.
Heavy duty split rims. Needs
motor job. Ph. 747-2598 after 6.
For sale 1972 Imperial, immaculate condition, fully equipped
only 28,000 miles. New radial
tires. Call evenings after 5
Phone 992-9661 (48-50)
13: RECREATIONAL
VEHICLES
Roadrunner tilt trailer, for boat
or skidoo. 4 p.m. - 7 p.m. only
phone 992-2477
WEDt EXCAVATING
LTD.
Announces the opening of their new services.
For free estimates
CALL
RAY SEIDERS
R Y Z A K SAWFILING
Vacuum Repairs
992-6839
992-5482
Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning
Vanities,
Counter Tops.
TERMS AVAILABLE
POSTING MACHINE
LAND CLEARING
G. Mitchell
Pen. Tearoe
DRILLING
747-2452
DALEE DIGGERS
CABINETS
Kitchen,
Quesnel, B.C.
Backhoe Excavation
EXTRACTION
SEIDERS
CUSTOM CABINETS
work*
Phone 992-7485
Box 4357
PHONE AFTER 6P.M - BEFORE 7:30A.M.
WOODROW
CONTACT DICK
992-7805
DAYS OR EVENINGS
Phone Mike
at 249-5281
MITTEN BROS.
STEAM BRUSH
|*CUSTOM BUILT
|*FREE ESTIMATES
992-7888
CHARTER BUS
SERVICE
CONTACT:
Well Drilling
KODIAK
Bookkeeping - Taxes Payrolls.
9: BUSINESS
PERSONALS
Got the GRADUATION B A L L
BLUES? I can get into the
swing of things with a "quickie
course" in ballroom dancing.
Phone 747-2823 Mr. or Mrs.
Schafer.
and related equipment in the water softening line
available.
E.S. BOOKKEEPING I
& TAX SERVICE
CONTACT L I N E
A problem, a
crisis -someone
to talk to
" Box 4012
Quesnel, B.C.
563-4909 [collect]
690 Lyon St., Prince George, B.C.
PERSONAL:
To Whom It May Concern:
Take Notice that on and
after this date, I the
undersigned will no longer
be responsible for debts
contracted in my name by
any person or persons
other than myself.
Signed: D.R. Knudson
Address: 1086 Hilborn
Rd., Quesnel, B.C.
Dated: June 9, 1975
•FOUNDATION
BORING
*SOB^, SAMPLING
WATER SOFTENERS IRON FILTERS
TASTE & ODOR FILTERS
NORTHERN DOMESTIC
W A T E R SOFTENING.
ON YOUR SIDE OF THE FENCE. . .
Do you have a drinking problem? Contact Alcoholics Anonymous. Phone 747-1562 or
747-1402. (48-6)
WATER
WELLS
B o n ' f Cry
Contact Quesnel's most active Real Estate office:
8: PERSONALS
Prince George, B.C.
Applications are invited by the undersigned for the
position of Deputy Works Superintendent in charge of
Utilities until 5:00 p.m. June 12, 1975.
Applicants will be considered who are experienced in
Utility administration, construction and maintenance of
underground utilities, operation and maintenance of
sewage treatment plants. The applicant must also have
the ability to maintain records, prepare reports, estimate
time and cost and perform related clerical work.
Experience in the supervision and direction of crews of
employees is essential.
This position involves the planning, supervision,
co-ordination and other related duties of Town Utilities,
as specified and directed by the Works Superintendent.
Applications are to be submitted in the applicants own
handwriting and are to give the applicants date of birth,
marital status, educational background, job experience
including names of employers and dates and description
of employment.
This is a non-union position.
M. Helzel,
May 26,1975
Works Superintendent
405 Barlow Avenue,
Quesnel, B.C.
V2J2C3
1957 Chev., 2 door station
wagon. 283, 4 speed. Phone
992-9014 between 5 and 7 p.m.
(48-50)
For sale 1969 Sports Fury
Plymouth, 2 door hardtop, 318,
V-8. P.S., P.B. Phone 992-5893
or 992-8454
For Sale 1973 Kawasaki 350cc
4,500 miles. Best offer 992-9587
after 6 p.m. (48-49)
For sale: Homemade Tent
trailer in good condition.
$250.00. Will trade for aluminum boat. Ph. 747-1628 (48-49)
Wanted Used 12' car-top
aluminum boat and 9.9 horsepower motor, (and roof-racks)
Call 993-4340 after 5:00 p.m.
For sale 1972 Vega sports
coupe Hatchback, mag wheels.
Auto trans. Phone 992-8431.
For sale 14 Vi foot travel trailer.
Ice box, furnace, sleeps 4 and 3
burner stove. Phone 992-5893
or 992-8454
For sale 1973 Jimmy fully
equipped . I/)w mileage. Extra
set of steel belted Michelin
tires. Ph. 992-2584 (48-49)
Canoes for rent. By day or
week. Ph. 992-7497 (48-49)
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For sale 1965 Dodge li ton, to
be used for parts. Ph. 747-1350
(48-49)
1967 Chrysler Newport, 4 dr.,
nice shape in and out. $825.00
or best offer. Phone 992-7497
4fe
SALES
SERVICE
CHRYSLER
MARINE
ELDORADO
RECREATION
Bouchie Lake
1974 Chev. Custom Deluxe
Pickup Automatic, fair cond.,
16.5 x 10 tires. Price $3,750.00
or take over payments. See at
Coomb's Motel, Stall tt 5.
350 H.P. Hydralic camshaft for
small Chev. engine. New. Ph.
747-1381.
249-5404
Q U E S N E L CARIBOO OBSERVER, WEDNESDAY, J U N E 11, 1975-27
DEMO SALE
DISCOUNT
GAS PRICES
PONTIAC BUICK
' GUEST
LTD.
SPECIAL
CARS
1974 Buick LeSabre 4 Door
$5395.00
1972 Montego 2 dr., hardtop,
$2795
1974 Datsun 710 2 Door
H/T
TRUCKS
6cy), air,
1973 F100 302, 4 speed
$3695.00
3 -1973 Couriers From
$1995.00
$3695.00
$1945.00
1973 Bronco 4 wheel drive
1970 Chev. Vz Ton 6 cyl., 4 speed
S H O R T OF W A T E R , G A S ,
OIL, GOLD? Truck mounted
drilling equipment, well pumps
etc. available. Bud Henning
Drilling Co. Ltd. Ph. 992-8200.
(46-49)
For sale: 1966 Massey Ferguson tractor with backhoe in
good condition $5,500.00 P h .
747-1628 (48-49)
. $2095.00
SPECIAL
1973 Cadillac Sedan DeVille
10,000 Miles Mint $10,500.00
1969 Chev S/W
$2195.00
1968 Chrysler Tonno CounS/W
$995.00
1968 Barracuda 2 DR. H / T
$1695.00
TRUCKS
1973 Ford F250 V8 4spd.
$3495.00
1972 Ford F250 V8 4spd.
$3295.00
1972 Jeep Commando
$3795.00
WRECKING IMPORTS
EQUIPMENT
VOLKSWAGEN SPECIALIST
Prince George
Union Tractor Ltd.
P.O. Box 8010
Edmonton; Alberta
Phone Sales 747-1717
Also Sales 747-1542
T6H4S4
GUEST
MOTORS
Phone: 436-4020
SKNATF27
GOOD U S E D
EQUIPMENT
Box 4677
CAMPERS
CANOPIES
T.M. OWEN'S DEPT. STORE
179 CARSON AVENUE
992-6640
14: CAMPERS A N D / O R
2 miles South Cariboo
Highway 97 Quesnel
747-1717
For sale 16 ft. travel trailer.
Sleeps 6, Ph. 992-8510 (46-48)
For rent-campers and tent
trailers. Phone 992-9610
(46-48)
Trailer camper, light weight
and dual lights for domestic and
imports easy raising. Sleeps 4.
Ph. 992-2538.
For rent - campers and tent
trailers. Phone 992-9610.
For sale: Hardtop tent trailer 6'
X 10', sleeps 6. Excellent
condition. $900.00 P h . 2495443.
For sale 16 ft. TeePee Travel
trailer. Sleeps 6. Phone 9928510 (48-49)
For sale home built 8' overhead
camper. Must be seen to be
appreciated Fits most Vz ton
pickups. Phone 747-2908
Trailer Spaces,
30 Rental Units
Within walking distance of
town.
For sale Mini motor home, 18 ft.
long, 15,000 miles. Complete
and other extras on, asking
$9,000.00 For more information
call anytime 992-2489
15: MOBILE H O M E S
For sale or rent:- 1968 12 x 68
United mobile home, in country
setting, 4V? miles from town,
next to Auction Barn. Phone
992-7373. (45-48)
For sale -12' x 56' mobile home.
3-bedroom. Furnished. Built-in
bunk beds. 8' x 12' addition.
$8,000.00. Call 747-1041 after
6:00 p . m . , #49, Big Country
Trailer Court. (48-49)
12 x 60 Safeway - like new.
Fully Furnished. Set up at Park
Village. Cash and take over
payments. Phone 992-8680
For sale 1969 Country Estate
mobile home. Excellent condition Phone 747-2560
1967 Trailer , excellent condition. Furnished, quiet location.
New range, T.V., included. For
viewing 992-2837 (48-51)
Apply in person
PERSONNEL OFFICE
ERNST FOREST PRODUCTS
29^-6535
BARTELS MOBILE HOME
PARK
684 N . FRASER DRIVE. OR PHONE 992-5159 FOR
MORE INFORMATION.
DIPLOMAT
AMBASSADOR
EMBASSY
MONARCH
CHANCELLOR
CALL RICK JOHNSTON
COMMONWEALTH
MOBILE
HOMES
D.L. #26033
4 MILES SOUTH
Highway 97
HAMEL
MOBILE HOMES LTD.
Agent for
*PARKWOOD
* PARAMOUNT
•GENERAL
•LEADER
•CHINOOK
Financing Arranged up to
12 years.
Wide selection of fully CSA
approved homes on display
BARBED
WIRE
O P E N FOR EVENING
VIEWING
CALL ANYTIME
747-1050
HAMEL MOBILE
HOMES LTD.
DEALERS LICENCE D25057
HWY 97 SOUTH & GOOK
ROAD
strand 4 prong,
17: MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED
galvanized.
Wanted: Movable small building, vicinity Wells, B.C. Reply
Box H , c/o Cariboo Observer,
Box 4460 Quesnel. B.C. (48-49)
$24.99 per roll.
COMOR
18: MISCELLANEOUS
FOR S A L E
SUPPLIES
For sale 400 M . M . telephoto
camera lens to fit 35 m.m.
Super multi-colored Takumar.
Asking $250 Phone 992-2121
and ask for Eli. (42-52)
(Prince George Ltd.)
1991 Ogilivie St.,
For sale: Lumber, rough or
dressed. Timbers all sizes.
Phone evenings 747-1293 or
992-2075 (43-50)
Prince George, B . C .
Phone 563-8871
Two Placer Leases. Alice Creek
& Norton Creek. Phone after 6
p.m. 747-2750 (46-48)
OPEN S A T . TO 5 P . M .
1 |)REVIGK
BlUILDING
SUPPLIES
Snnn
a l e
Chests
,
0
13
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nESS,
1 4118 HART HIGHWAY
$30.00 and up. Ph. 992-7497 H
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1 PRINCE GEORGE, B.C.
• PHONE 962 - 7262
5th. wheel trailer. Complete. | Alum. Ribbed Roofing 24 ga.
Heavy Duty. 20 ft. deck. Phone | •
80c lin. ft.
992-8582.
I Galv. Ribbed Roofing 30 ga.
i
(Any length to 28 ft.)
Car top carrier. Hoover upright H
68c lin. ft,
vacuum cleaner with attach- | r b e d Wire 12Ve ga.
ments. Homemade canopy ap- 1 m
,
„_H\
prox. 4 x 6 . 23" Color" T . V . В§ (Double Strand)
contemporary cabinet. Phone
• . w « . w i w u
992 8510
Ba
n
:
Available immediately one bedroom suite. Fridge and stove
included. Ph. 992-6489
Helpful hints/
355 Reid
9221
ji: 4" Solid pipe, 10 foot i
| length
$7.99 :
:j:4" perforated pipe. 10 foot •
x length. For septic fields
$6.99:
i
i
K
Q t p
'
|RUG RUNNERS
$Per Ft. special
$1.19
FORSALE
Manual Cash Register
—
$60.00
Boat Trailer - 550 - 600 Lb.
Capacity Winch - Good
Condition
$150.00
Phone 992-5841 Evenings
only.
20: R E N T A L HOUSING
Richbar trailer park pad for
rent.
Only 5 minutes from
town. Playground, pure well
water. One month free rent.
Phone 747-1919 (44-49)
PHONE 992-2703
QUESNEL
PROPERTIES
THREE BEDROOM
North Quesnel at Bowron and
Callanan. $215.00 per month.
Utilities extra. Available July
1st. Phone Harry Keen at'
992-2023 before 5:30p.m. (46-49)
One or two bedroom housekeeping units or sleeping
rooms. By day, week or month.
Apply Blue Star Motel. Phone
(47-50)
Two bedroom arpartment. Available July 1st.' Fridge and
range supplies.
References
required.
Phone 992-9660.
(48-50)
Partly furnished one bedroom
house. Close to town. Phone
747-1595.
Three bedroom duplex in North
Quesnel, range and fridge, close
to schools. P<hone 992-9015.
TOWNHOUSES
r"
designed for family living.
Apply 512 Adams St.
Phone 992-8679
BLUE SPRUCE
APARTMENTS
1 & 2 bedroom suites with
w/w carpet, drapes,
fridge & stove incld.
NO PETS PLEASE
PHONE 992-9141
TRAILER S P A C E
Seclusion & quiet overlooking
Dragon
Lake.
Camping. Horses boarded.
Paddockwood Court. Gook
Road. 747-2492. Box 4004.
APARTMENTS FOR
RENT
Downtown and Furnished
Contact Mr. Paul Gagnon
Suite #181
Phone 992-9553 Quesnel
21: PETS
Birchbrae Boarding Kennels.
Dogs and cats boarded. Cats
$1.50 per day. and Dogs $3.00 a
day. Heated. Pick-up and delivery as well as other services
on request. Phone 747-2655
(43-50)
Female seal-point Siamese kitDuplex 2 bedroom , S x S
tens. $10.00 each, phone 993duplex in West Quesnel, with
4530
third bedroom downstairs. Double plumbing, wall to wall
22: LIVESTOCK
carpet in living and dining area.
Full basement with washer and Ken's Horseshoeing and Trimdryer hook up. Counter top ming. To all old and new
range , wall oven, and fridge. customers, the new phone
Available July 1st. Please ph. number is 747-2386. Also has
992-6436 for appointment to clippers to clean your horse up
view.
for the summer.(47-48)
For sale one Shetland pony
(gelding) Gentle $125.00 Phone
249-5562
OFFICE SPACE
FOR RENT
For sale - one horse. Asking
$250.00 Must sell. Phone
992-8586.(48-49)
At 345 & 454
REID ST.
1969 PUREBRED A R A B I A N
B A Y G E L D I N G . Sire Jamal
Lyttlee. Dam Pan Y Vino. An
ideal youth or ladies horse.
Show and halter quality. Judi
Clarke 249-5450 (48-50)
Phone G . Barr
992-5547
FIR CREST TERRACE
APARTMENT
Deluxe 1 and 2 bedroom
suites. Some Furnished.
I
COTTON WOOD COURT
1 AND 2 BEDROOM
For Rent: Semi-furnished
AND BACHELOR
T H R E E BEDROOM TOWNSUITES.
HOUSE A P T . full basement
1
1
Mostly
Furnished.
for storage, washer and dryer
For
information
phone
hook-up, 1 Vz bathrooms, large
11
,
992-6593
lawn, parking for 2 cars. In
992-5800.
l,2,and 3 bedroom suites
Stove, fridge, drapes
and heat are furnished.
Sauna bath, laundry and
Recreation room
For sale four purebred Siamese
kittens, trained. $5.00 each.
Phone 992-8196
Duplex for rent. Fridge, stove
and utilities. Phone 7474198.
В§7 cubic ft. Freezer . $225.00
EQUIPMENT INC.
392-2822
EVENS. W. HOLLEY
392-4903
Williams Lake, B.C.
Girls 3 speed highriser bike
with Banana seat. New condition. Ph. 992-6679 (47-49)
Fully furnished 3 room cabin
for rent. Close to school and
shopping. Ph. 992-6783 (48-49)
Electric baseboard
heaters.
ii!
12 Vz gauge double
C A N B E S E E N BY CONTACTING
rBL^RI^S:
For rent one bedroom furnished apt. Two Mile Flat, Quesnel
Drive In Ph. 992-2605
ROSS SAWMILLS
LTD.
C O A S T A L PACIFIC
SALE
521 North Fraser Drive.
West Quesnel, B.C.
For rent 4 bedroom house
situated on 10 acres with
outbuildings, large garden area
andgood water supply. Located
6 miles from town. Phone
992-9374
CONTACT
1962 IH TD15 Crawlor blade & winch $7,000.00
For rent: Two bedroom suite in
Tri-plex with part basement,
furnished $180.00 mo. Unfurnished $160.00 per. mo. with
drapes, stove, fridge and hot
water. Can be seen at 371
Lewis Drive, Unit #5, to rent
phone 966-2375 or call at above
address on Saturdays between
1 and 5 p.m. Available July 1st.
For rent two bedroom suite in
West Quesnel. Curtains, stove,
fridge included. Available July
1st. No pets. Phone 992-8242
after 5 p.m.
For all your house
wiring needs.
TIMBERS
Special orders cut, Fir and
Spruce
Special orders cut, Cedar
Posts
Box 67, McLeese Lake,
B.C. or call
JERRY KAROLAT
For rent: Two bedroom duplex
and single room also. P h .
992-6343 (48-51)
349 Reid St.
2" Tongue and Groove
Decking
1968 AC HD4 Loader bucket
& bachoe
$10,000.00
1959 AC HD6 Crawlor blade & winch $7,000.00
1972 IH 175C Loader grapple
& shear-A-l $34,000.00
Workers
747-1912
For sale 12 x 66 Atco mobile
home. Phone 747-2659
good condition $4,500.00
1962 TD92 Crawlor - blade
& winch
$5,500.00
Experienced Sawmill
STATESMAN
For sale:
1965 Detroiter 3 bedroom mobile home. Good condition. Ph.
747-1514 after 5 p.m. (48-51)
A l l Local Species, Sizes
and Grades.
-Any Size Order
Dimensions
Spruce, Pine, Fir.
"CEDAR" 1x4, 1x6, 1x8.
1x10. Cedar suitable for
siding, feature walls,
fenqing.
1968 Hough S7B Skidder -
WANTED
12 x 50 Suburban Mobile Home is in excellent condition.
Has just been completely reconditioned. New carpets &
cushion floor, new furniture, beds, etc.
WEST QUESNEL
SECONDHAND
STORE
New and used funiture
We buy and sell
everything!
LUMBER
Two bedroom home on Gravelle
Ferry Rd. Fridge, stove included $100.00 per mo. P h .
747-2625. (48-49)
Two bedroom Quik-lok house,
fireplace, full basement, landscaped lot in West Quesnel.
Reliab'" married couples only.
No pei.,. Apply Fred Davidson,
Gook Realty.
992-5614
A T SAWMILL PRICES
1965 Timberjack 230 Skidder good condition $4,000.00
PHONE 992-6935
FOR
276 REDD ST.
Ph. 992-5313
1966 EH 175B Loader with
Shear
& Grapple
$25,000.00
TRUDEAU'S TRAILER
PARK
TRAILERS
Complete'line of Nu
Life, Swiss herba and
H . S . C . biorganic food
supplement.
See us for all your
imported delicatessen
needs
Cement, 80 lb. bags!. $2.85
Dealer Licence No. D2122
they?
H E A L T H FOODS
HOUSE WIRING
CHARLOTTE MANOR
APARTMENTS
Apartments for rent, no pets.
Phone 992-5408. (48-50)
DELICATESSEN
Light and plug wire
14-2 Reg
12 ft.
14-3 Reg
19 ft.
12-2 Reg
15 ft.
Base Board Heaters
12-3 Reg
24 ft.
Dryer Cable
10-3 Reg
36 ft.
Range Cable
8-3 Reg
65 ft.
Link lead in wire
Black and White
75 ft.
Range Cord
$10.95Ea.
Dryer Cord
$9.95 Ea-.
Ph. 563-6340
$895.00
See John Stewart or
Hartley Guest for your
transporation needs.
347 Reid St.
992-2322
992-7911
172 Reid St.
Contact Greg Zoerb
6cyl Std.
J . & J . SHOES
BUILDING
SUPPLY
CATERPILLAR
992-8871
^ESTIMATES
Skyline Trailer Park: Pads for
rent, small trailer park, garden
spots, pure well water. 5
minutes from town. Phone
992-6391. (48-16) .
Hi, Dad, look at my new shoes
from:
EAGLE
USED PARTS FOR
$2595.00
VITOD
LOCAL DELIVERIES
Fully furnished 2-bedroom
suite. Four blocks from downtowh. Phone 992-2763.
aren't
SAVE ON NEW &
1971 IHC% Ton6cyl 4spd.
1967 Ford
992-7234
For Rent 1-bedroom suite-Furnished walking distance of
town, West Quesnel. available
June 30, Phone Hazel, 992-9722
One 15.5 cu ft. deep freeze. One
compact vacuum cleaner. 5
piece chrome suite, T.V. stand.
Phone 992-8146
For sale Small Cat, front end
loader, gold suction dredge.
Phone 992-2805.
3 Bedroom Townhouse
with 2 bathrooms and
basement. Some have
stove, fridge and drapes.
Free parking. $195. and
up.
20: R E N T A L HOUSING
For sale 3000 watt power plant
combination. 220 volts, 110 V,
110 volts. 7 horse Eriggs and
Statton Practically new Phone
998-4402
$4695.00
1969 Firebird V8 Auto
992-2138
LONG DISTANCE
Going Mining? Portable washing p l a n t a n d other mining 6 pee drum set like new $175.00
equipment, pumps etc. avail- 12 bass Accordian with recorded lessons $60.00 phone 992able. Bud Henning Drilling Co.
6354 after 6
, Ltd. Ph. 992-8200. (46-49)
1973 Gran Torino Sport V8
4 spd
$4695.00
YOUR FORD - MERCURY D E A L E R
PHONE 992-9712
FOR S A L E
$3577.0u
P/B, Stereo
comT
3-speed men's bicycle. Good
condition. $25.00 Phone. 9922321 after 6:00.
16: EQUIPMENT
std.
$2695.00
1973 Grand Prix 2 Door
H / T P/W, air
$4995.00
.1973 Math I V8, auto, P/S,
DEALER LIC. NO. D6451
llll-RIVER PARK ROAD
D L #26144
GARDENS
F O R MOVING WITH C A R E E V E R Y W H E R E
Why not call your Authorized United Van Lines Agents.
QUESNEL MOVING AND STORAGE 1973 LTD.
TWO MILE F L A T ON R E D M X PROPERTY
100 Y D S . F R O M M U L E T R A I N A U T O
For sale: One electric Gibson
guitar and amplifier, very
reasonable. Ph. 992-5925.
C A L L 747-1050
1973 Gremlin 2 Door 6cyl.
MERIDIAN
MOTORS LTD.
266 C A R S O N A V E .
$2995.00
1973 Hornet 2 Door Sdn.
TOWNHOUSE
For sale: Older G . E . fridge,
$50.00, older Westinghouse
electric stove $50.00. Both in
very good working order. Also
king-size Hollywood bed and
headboard. $50.00 Ph. 747-2957
2 BEDROOM
/Large Livingroom & bedrooms, carpet in 4 rooms,
bedrooms & hall Fully
furnished. A - l Condition
TOP O' THE HILL
WILKINSON ST.
FORSALE
1 -1974 12 x 68,
G R A N A D A 2 dr., 6 cyl., Auto.
MONARCH 4 dr., 6 cyl., Auto.
G R A N MARQUIS
FORD E L I T E
Loaded
bucket seats, Auto.
18: M I S C E L L A N E O U S
REPOSSESSION
MOBILE HOME
For sale: One team of ponies
and one harness pony. One 5
yr. old Gelding and a yearling
I
colt.
Ph. 747-2565.
For sale: 3 registered Thoroughbred broodmares. All in
foal for 1973 to a son of Native
Dancer. Apply Allan Rogers,
Eagle Rock Ranch, Box 850,
Princeton, B.C. vox Iwo. Ph.
295-6481.
3 yearling colts for sale. Halter
broken. Phone 747-1686.
•••HMNHMHHHMnMHWMBMMOi
PADS
FOR RENT
SOFT W A T E R
SHADY A C R E S
TRAILER PARK
Phone 747-1691
CEDAR COURT
APARTMENTS
1&2 Bedroom Suites with
W / W Carpet, Drapes,
Stove and Refrigerator.
Sauna Bath
Phone- 992-8959
Two Angus cows with calves
for sale. Also, 3 yearling Angus
heifers. Ph. 747-1686.
23: PRODUCE
Feed oats, whole or crushed, 8
to 8Vz cents per pound. Also do
general hauling, local or long
distance. Phone 992-8278.
24: MUSIC A N D / O R
ART
Slingerland Drum Set. Double
torn and Rogers powertone
snare, Zildian Hi-hat and cymbals. $750.00 Phone 99{>-2667
28-UUESNEL CARIBOO OBSERVER, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 111975
EM T H E WEST PARK PLAZA MALL!!
RETAIL SPACE
FORRENT
CHOICE LOCATION FOR LADIES, MENS,
CHILDRENS WEAR, AND FOOTWEAR, OR
OTHER SUITABLE BUSINESS.
For further information
CONTACT T H E M A L L M A N A G E R BORIS
CARLSON.
P H O N E 992-7088 [NELDA'S F L O R A L ]
IREN
PUPPY HUT
'[DOG
B E A U T Y
S A L O N ]
YOU N A M E IT - WE GROOM IT
Westland Close
Turnoff at Frank's Supermarket
FOR S A L E
1 female samoyed
1 male shelty pup
Phone for an appointment
747-1177
29: AUCTIONS
MUSIC
INSTRUCTIONS!
Piano - OrganAccordian and string
instruments.
Conservatory or
Modern.
Theory Harmony.
AUCTION SALE
J U N E 21ST. - 1:00
P.M.
14.98%
Simple interest
Cash available now
Up to $10,000
No bonuses or hidden charges
Pay off at anytime
No prepayment penalty
Enquiries Welcome.
HOUSEHOLD REALTY
JOEWARK
Auctioneer License 69237
Quesnel, B.C.
Western Canada School
of Auctioneering Ltd.
Canada'sfirst,and tbe only
completely Canadian course offered anywhere. Licensed under the Trade
Schools Licensing Act
R.S.A. 1970, C.366.
For particulars of the next course
write: Box 687 Lacombe, Alberta
or Phone 782-6215
JW PBWNCl Of
tOUKM COUJMtW
D E P A R T M E N T OF PUBLIC
WORKS
NOTICE is hereby given that
an application will be made to
the Director of Vital Statistics
for a change of name, pursuant
to the provisions of the
"Change of Name act," by
me:-John Robert Sutherland
Boyle of 660 Higdon Avenue in
Quesnel, in the Province of
British Columbia, as follows:-*
To change my name from John
Robert Sutherland Boyle to
John Sutherland. Dated this 21
day of April, A . D . 1975
Tender documents may be
viewed
at
the
Provincial Government Plan
Viewing room
108-501 West 12th Avenue,
Vancouver
and the offices of the Amalgamated Construction Association, Vancouver-Industrial
Construction Centre, Burnabyand the Northern B.C. Construction Association, Prince
George.
Information regarding the
bonding of principal contractors
is contained in the Instructions
to Bidders.
Pursuant to Mechanics'
Lien Act
NEW A N D USED FURNITURE
W H E R E A S William John
Waters, Box 142, Wells, B.C. is
indebted to the undersigned in
the sum of $630.09 for work
done and materials supplied in
the repair of 1969 Toyota
Corolla, Model K E 10, serial tt
433701, engine tt 634403, and
the said amount ought to have
been paid, and default has been
made in payment thereof,
notice is hereby given that on
Friday, the 27th. day of June,
1975, at 1:30 o'clock in the
afternoon, a date not less than
two weeks after the date of
publication of this notice at
A C E TOWING & AUTO
WRECKING, located approx.
2'/2 miles on Cariboo Hwy 97
south of Quesnel, British
Columbia, the said motor
vehicle will be sold by QUESN E L TOYOTA L T D .
L A K E SCHOOL.
Open daily 10:am to 10 p.m.
PHONE 249-5211
CAMPING
YOU'LL LOVE IT...
W E NEED MORE
SALESPEOPLE
in the Quesnel area. Men and women today need the
opportunity to increase their income and be happy at
their work.
We offer that OPPORTUNITY If you are interested in
unlimited earnings and convenient working hours, call us
today at 992-9119 or come in and see us at 149 Carson
Ave., Quesnel, B.C.
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NOTICE
"Application has been made to
the Motor Carrier Commission
by Quesnel Taxi L t d . to
increase passenger rates respecting airline limousine and
taxi service for Quesnel, B . C .
and district. Subject to the
consent of the Commission, the
proposed rates will become
effective on or after July 15,
1975.
Information respecting the
proposed rate may be obtained
from the office of the carrier at
340 Anderson Drive. Any
representations regarding this
application may be made to the
Superintendent of Motor Carriers, 1740 West Georgia
Street, Vancouver, B.C. up to
June 30, 1975."
=>€=
Dated this 4th day of June,
1975.
R. B E E T L E S T O N E
QUESNELTOYOTA LTD.
NOTICE OF INTENTION t O
A P P L Y FOR A DISPOSITION
O F CROWN L A N D
In Land Recording District
of Quesnel B.C. and situated
"Application has been made to Narcosli Creek
Take notice that Edwin
the Motor Carrier Commission
Carlson
of Gen. Del. Quesnel
by Ace Taxi & Ambulance
B
.
C
.
,
occupation
Trapper inService Ltd. to increase pastends
to
apply
for
a licence to
senger rates respecting airline
occupy
of
the
following
describlimousine and taxi service for
ed
lands:
Quesnel, B . C . and district.
(b) Commencing at a post
Subject to the consent of the
planted 14 chains south and 5
Commission, the proposed
rates will become effective on chains west of the south west
corner of district lot 9523
or after July 15, 1975.
Cariboo thence 4 chains north;
thence
5 chains west, thence 4
Information respecting the
chains
south; thence 5 chains
proposed rate may be obtained
east;
and
containing 2 acres,
from the office of the carrier at
more
or
less.
340 Anderson Drive. A n y
The purpose for which the
representations regarding this
disposition
is required is
application may be made to the
trapline
homesite
Superintendent of Motor Carriers, 1740 West Georgia
Edwin Carlson
Street, Vancouver, B.C. up to
Dated June 5, 1975
June 30, 1975 >
NOTICE
P U B L I C
A home-makers service to
look after the needs of chDdren
temporarily without a mother,
and to care for the aged and
handicapped is being established in' Quesnel.
There is a need in the
community in the sense that
many families would phone in
and say that mother has to go
to hospital, but there was no
service to take her place while
she was gone," said Mary
Gradnitzer, Cariboo health
nurse.
"So, the father would just
stay home from work and lose a
few days pay or if he was
fortunate, neighbors would chip
in and help out,"she said.
"Also, there are the elderly
in the community who could not
manage with their own housework and we needed someone
to go out and clean up the home
and do some shopping for them,
Mrs. Gradnitzer said.
"So right now we are looking
for women who have had
experience in raising their own
family or who have done work
N O T I C E
NOTICE is hereby given that a Public Hearing with
regard to the issuance of the Land Use Contract will be
held in the Municipal Hall Council Chamber on Monday,
June 16, 1975 at 7:00 p.m.
The Public Hearing will consider the issuance of a Land
Use Contract to M r . James Forbes to permit the
subdivision by Strata Plan of Lot A (K 11800), Block 15,
District Lot 703, Cariboo District Plan 5532, so that the
apartment existing on this property consisting of twelve
(12) units, may be converted to condominiums pursuant
to the Strata Title Act.
LOCATION: East side of Bouchie Street, between
Abbott Drive and Broughton Avenue; (194,198,202, 206,
210, 214, 218,222, 226,230, 234, and 238 Bouchie Street.)
A copy of the proposed by-laws and contracts may be
inspected at the office of the undersigned on any business
day between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. At the
Hearing, all persons who deem their interest in property
affected by the proposed by-law and contract shall be
afforded an opportunity to be heard on matters contained
in the by-laws.
E.A. Green,
Administrator
Town of Quesnel
June 4th, 1975
in a home," she said.
The Quesnel Homemakers
Service'opened its office May 1
with Dawn Norgaard as parttime supervisor.
CENTRE
Contact Line(The Centre)
have taken us under their
board," said Mrs. Norgaard.
Initially funded by the department of human resources,
the services are now trying to
become more independent.
A number of homemakers
services throughout the pro
vince are "fumbling on with
LIP (Local Initiatives Program)
grants, looking for donations as
they go along," Mrs. Norgaard
said.
In Quesnel the services try to
cut down right in the beginning, on overhead, to get off to
a slow but firm start.
"One way or another, money
has to be found, though," said
Mrs. Gradnitzer.
"Right now we are just
stumbling along," she said.
Homemakers receive a regular salary of $2.75 for each hour
worked in a household.
This figure was arrived at to
give homemakers a little more
than minimum wages, but #t
the same time avoid penalizing
families who needed the service, but wouldn't be able to
afford higher wages, Mrs.
Gradnitzer explained.
Salary for the services supervisor and any other administration cost, however, has to come
from government funding as
yet.
But not only are there
financial problems that have to
be
overcome, the services
already have more requests for
homemakers than they have
manpower.
As the services become known
throughout the community,
they hope the numbers of
women who are interested in
this type of work will increase.
"Granted, $2.75 is nothing
compared to what they could
earn on 2 Mile Flat piling
lumber, but the nice thing
about it is that they can work as
much or as little as they
want,"Mrs. Gradnitzer said.
The visiting homemakers
service in B.C. has been in
operation about six years, said
:
Mrs. Norgaard who last month
attended the fifth annual homemakers service conference in
Nelson.
OTHERS
"There is a tremendous number of homemakers in the lower
mainland," she said.
"For some it is a full-time
job."
Even Williams Lake has
existing services with about 35
homemakers and a few native
Indian homemakers working on
the reserves, said Mrs. Norgaard.
"A resolutaion was passed at
the convention to go to the
government (and ask) that the
homemakers service be established within the B.C. medical
services."
Under this scheme, association members would contribute
to financing the homemakers
service and get free services
when they really need it, she
said.
At present only people who
qualify for government assistance, welfare recipients and
the elderly get services free
through department of human
resources funding.
Everybody else pays out of
their own pocket the $2.75 per
hour, which, Mrs. Norgaard
said, is not an awful lot money
as a wage, but which can
amount to a fair bit of expense
if paid out in times of emergency.
Even though the operation is
as yet far from running smoothly after one and a half months of
existence, Mrs. Norgaard has
big plans for the future.
"We intend to run courses for
homemakers, but for starters
we just want to build a nucleus
of good, reliable, honest women."
As if it wasn't hard enough to
get these homemakers 'in the
first place, any woman applying
is required to take out a TB test
and chest x-ray and provide
three references.
This "professional" attitude
towards setting up the homemakers service is necessary,
"because people trust our judgement" in providing them
with reliable women, said Mrs.
Norgaard.
ers home
G.L. Giles,
Deputy Minister of Public
„,,i!!iii
Works'
John Boyle
L O C A T E D ACROSS F R O M T H E BOUCHIE
W H E R E A S Stan GoodaU, Box
127, F o r t Nelson, B . C . is
indebted to the undersigned in
the sum of $449.95 for work
done and materials supplied in
tbe repair of 1972 Tbyots
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
S E A L E D T E N D E R S are invit- Corolla 1600 2 Dr. Cpe., Serial
ed by the Hon. Wm. L . Hartley * 031705, engine #0155732, and
--- -•
-Works
the said sum ought to have
Minister
of- -Public
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, been paid, and default has been
made in the payment thereof,
British Columbia for
notice is hereby given that on
I N S T A L L A T I O N OF N E W
Friday,
the 27th. day of June,
BOILERS Q U E S N E L
1975,
at
1:30 o'clock in the
PROVINCIAL BUILDING
afternoon, a date not less than
Q U E S N E L , BRITISH
two weeks" after the date of
COLUMBIA
publication of this notice at
comprising the removal o f
A C E TOWING
& AUTO
existing boiler and installation
W R E C K I N G , located approx.
of new boiler modules together
272 miles on Cariboo Hwy. 97
with necessary gas, mechanical,
south of Quesnel, British
and electrical connections.
Columbia, the said motor
vehicle will be sold by QUESTenders will be received up to 2 N E L T O Y O T A L T D .
P.M. on Wednesday, the 9th.
day of July, 1975 and those
Dated this 4th day of June,
available at that time will be
1975.
opened in public in the Minister's office, Room 124, Douglas
R. B E E T L E S T O N E
Building.
QUESNEL TOYOTALTD.
THE BARGAIN BARN
SNAP - ON - TOOLS Franchise
dealer required for Quesnel
area. Bakery and dairy driver
sales experience helpful. Route
type selling. Able to acquire
funds for deposit on consigned
stock, plus suitable van. Apply
Doug McLean, 26758 - 112th.
A v e . , Whonnock, B . C . VOM
150. (47-48)
- a A.
Notice of Application for
Change of Name
eingformed locally
Pursuant to Mechanics'
Lien Act
Take notice that on May 25,
1975 under authority of the
Minister of Lands, Forests and
Water Resources and in accordance with the provisions of
Section 17 of the "Grazing Act"
Statutues of British Columbia,
livestock as described herebelow were round-up from Crown
Range in the vicinity of Poplar
Mountain in the Nazko Stock
Range and are being detained.
1 horned red white face cow
Properly completed and signed
branded
on left hip
tenders must be submitted on
with bull calf. 1 roan cow
the official Tender Form and
branded
(:/ T on left hip
enclosed in the preaddressed
with heifer calf, 1 red white
tender envelope provided.
face cow branded )$P(
on
left hip.
Tender documents may be
If these animals are not
obtained on and after June 11,
claimed and the costs of seizure
1975 upon request by mail to
and expenses are not paid, the
the
Minister of Lands, Forests and
Department of Public Works
Water Resources may sell
Parliament Buildings, Victoria,
these animals at auction at 2:00
British Columbia.
P . M . June 11, 1975 at the
Quesnel stockyards.
Requests for documents may be
Rightful owners may make
made at the Government Plan
application to the undersigned
Viewing Room, Vancouver (telfor release of the above-menephone 879-7531, local 268).
tioned animals.
C. Rohn,
Ranger,
Box 4220
Q U E S N E L , B.C.
(V2J-3J3)
emaKer s servio
30: L E G A L S
NOTICE OF S A L E OF
MOTOR V E H I C L E
NOTICE O F S A L E OF
MOTOR V E H I C L E
28 BUSINESS
Taxi business for sale. 9 licenced with stand and property or
without property. Illness forces
sale. Terms. Apply to Box "F",
c/o CaribooObserver, Box 4460,
Quesnel, B.C. (48-49)
CLINTON W. F O O T E ,
PUBLIC T R U S T E E
Consign it to
HOUSEHOLD FINANCE
Corporation of Canada
259 Reid St.
Quesnel. Phone 992-7205
OPPORTUNITIES
Creditors and others having
claims against the said estate(s)
are hereby required to send
them duly verified, to the
PUBLIC T R U S T E E , 635 Burrard Street, Vancouver; B.C.
V6C 3L7, before the 2nd day of
July, 1975 after which date the
assets of the said estates(s) will
be distributed, having regard
only to claims that have been
received.
GET CASH FOR YOUR
MERCHANDISE
27: FINANCIAL
Rates as low as
30: L E G A L S
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of the deceased: Donald
Cameron B A T E , late of Wells,
B.C.
C L E A N O U T YOUR
Attic Garage-Basement
P H O N E 747-1894
SECOND MORTGAGES
3 0 :L E G A L S
4V2 Miles South Highway 97
Piano Tuning
and repairs to all
musical instruments.
PHONE
992-9169
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middle of May and then take a
few weeks off before she goes.
Right now she has to sell her
car. Do you know anybody who
would want to buy her car?
She will have a lot to do in
getting ready.
This week was pretty good
except for my back. It still
bothers me continually.
I will see the chiropractor in
Lansing on Friday.
We are
going up there for zone conference.
Met two new families and
taught them a first discussion.
One family is a member of
the Church of Christ and the
other is a Roman Catholic
priest.
We have appointments to go
back to see both of them...
There is one lady, a Mrs.
Graves, who I think would like
to become a member of the
church, but her husband is a
real stick-in-the-mud.
Can't accept anything about
(the prophet) Joseph Smith.
We have another investigator family that I don't think I
have told you about.
Their name is Lybergs. He
has a carpet warehouse.
They have us over lor dinner
all the time and we never get
much time to tell them much
about the gospel.
They are real nice people and
have two young daughters.
They attend the Lutheran
church.
We will see them
tonight.
Well, I've been here almost
three months now and it should
be just about time for a
transfer...
Actually I hope I stay here a
while...
April 28.
We were in Lansing last
Friday and Saturday for a
coruerence.
The regional representative
for this area was there and
spoke to us missionaries.
Then I went to the chiropractor up there whom I have seen
a couple of times.
He had taken some x-rays of
my whole back.
There is quite a prominent
curve between the shoulder
blades.
He said that by the milkiness
of the x-ray, the body has
already started to try and
correct itself or prevent it from
slipping any more by building
calcium in two areas.
He said, if it is just left it will
eventually result in a fusion of
three or four vertebrae.
Also, because of the curve, I
am a prime candidate for a
popped disk.
Anyway, he would like me to
come back once a week for five
weeks.
Have to see what president
Hansen says about it.
I sure don't want to end up
with a stiff back in one place.
My companion is 19-yearsold...He is a pretty good
basketball player from what
another missionary told me.
He is a good elder and works
hard. Sometimes too hard to
my liking as it is hard to keep
up v/ith, him when my back
bothers me.
He is always willing to let me
rest when I need it though...
We met a real golden investigator this week.
She is a fairly young woman,
about 25 or so, with a young
boy and girl...
She is separated from her
husband...
She called up the church
office here and asked for
someone to give a blessing and
also her home.
We went. I blessed the home
and Elder Jensen gave her a
blessing.
When she got up she was
crying.
We asked her if she would
like to know more about the
church and she said, yes!...
On Sunday she came to
Sunday school and sacrament
(meeting)...
We challenged her to baptism and she accepted.
She will be baptized May 10 if
all goes as planned
May 5.
Received your letter from
the 29th. Don't know why it
took so long for my letter to get
to you.
Lorrell said it took the same
amount of time, over a week,
for my letter to get to her, too.
Don't know what's wrong
with the mail service.
May 12.
On Friday we were to have a
baptism, but the lady decided
that there were a few things
that she was uncertain about
and that she would have to
straighten them out first.
We went and talked with her
last night and she said rhe will
think about the 24th.
She has a testimony of the
church and Joseph Smith and
the Book of Mormon, but has a
few outside pressures that
make it hard on her.
Also yesterday we went to
the Brady's and taught them...
I think they will very definitely come into the church...
P.S. I had a short note from
President Olsen (Quesnel) last
week. Said John will be a great
leader in the church some day.
Don't tell him that or he will
end up with a swelled head...
May 19.
Had a letter from Lorrell.
She said she had phoned Lil and
Phil on the 14th and that Phil
had passed "away the week
before.
I wonder why you never
knew about it on the 12th or did
you not mention it (on purpose)?
She said they didn't have a
funeral, but just a short service.
Maybe you can fill me in on
what happened...
Our baptism with Mrs. Jones
never came off. She decided
she wasn't sure and wants to
wait a while.
We have another family, the
Brady's who are to be baptized
this F r i d a y Yesterday it was up to 80 and
today it is opposed to go to
about 82.
It is too bad for humidity, but
it is supposed to get worse.
Hope I can get used to it.
Don't look forward to that
wetness in the air.
May 26.
I guess by the time you get
this Lorrell will have already
visited with you on her way
back down to Kamloops.
How is she? Did she seem
happy about going or was she
uncertain as to whether she
was doing the right thing or
not?
In one of her letters I
received last week while she
was in Prince George, she
sounded a little unhappy.
So, I phoned her early
Saturday morning to talk to
her.
I guess she told you.
I charged it to your number.
It was only a short call.
I will pay for it; you will have
to keep track of those expenses
and I will pay for them when I
get home.
I did it to cheer her up a
little.
I guess as time gets close to
going so far away from home, it
is hard.
Last Friday we had a baptism in Lansing.
It was...the Brady's.
They have three girls. Only
one of them is over eight years
old, so that is the only one (of
the girls) that was baptized...
Mom, I wouldn't be so upset
about Phil not having the
gospel before he died.
He will still have the opportunity to accept it in the spirit
world.
Maybe he will be more
receptive there than he was
here.
I sent Lil a card with a note...
This Thursday transfers are
up again.
I hope I get to stay here for
another month.
I would like to stay here until
Lorrell is over and settled in
England...
Well that's all I have for this
week.
Hope all is well at home.
I guess summer must be
there by now.
Have you started on the
house yet and is the car
painted?
Well I'll close now.
Love James
President cont'd
improving the quality of life.
"Business is not complacent
about the state of the world and
will seek changes where they
are needed."
However, he warned it must
also be pointed out that business is conscious of its obligation not to sacrifice the human
element by "mindless application of technology".
"We are concerned about
quality as well as quantity."
Business can no longer afford
to turn away from the criticisms and apathy is really our
only e'n^my right now,"he add-
ed.
"There is no room left for
error or contemplation. The
public deserves the opportunity
to listen to us and it is up to
every businessman and woman
to see that they hear it."
Mr. Olson was presented
with gift momentos from representatives of the Quesnel,
Wells, Williams Lake and Prince George chambers of commerce who attended the meeting.
Also visiting Quesnel with
Mr. Olson was Al Hickey,
manager of the B.C. Chamber
of Commerce.
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