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Quesnei Cariboo Observer
Will God always do what is really best?
Do you remember Jim
and Tammy Faye Bakker?
Jim has recently written
a book renouncing the
health and wealth gospel.
Prison apparently afforded him opportunity to
reflect on errors in the
name-it-and-claim-it
movement.
In a nutshell, the theory
is that because God loves
us, he will give us everything we think is good, as
long as we have faith. He
will make us healthy and
wealthy. If our health
fails, he will instantly heal
us upon request
I sometimes wonder
how many young or prospective Christians stumble and fall when they're
led to believe that a lack
of instant healing, or a
failure to win the 6/49 is
always need to understand the reasons for
every event.
The apostle Paul had
faith. He was ready to die
for the Lord. Many had
been healed through him.
There came a tinie when
he suffered some unspecified ailment, and he asked
the Lord three times to
take it from him. The
answer that came back
was, "My grace is sufficient for thee: for my
strength is made perfect
in weakness." He then
wrote, "Most gladly
therefore will I rather
glory in my infirmities,
that the power of Christ
may rest upon me." (2
Corinthians 12:9)
evidence of either insufficient faith or some unconfessed sin.
Lack of faith can occasionally be a factor, but
consider Job. The devil
told God, "... put forth
thine hand now, and
touch all that he hath, and
he will curse thee to thy
face." (Job L l l ) God
gave Satan permission to
afflict Job, but not to take
his life. Job lost everything, including his
health. Still, in reference
to God he said, "Though
he slay me, yet will I trust
in him ..." (Job 13:15)
Lack of faith? Punishment for unconfessed sin?
Hardly. He suffered to
prove his faith, though he
didn't understand until
later. Neither do we
times provide miraculous
healing, and we should be
thankful when he does,
but to demand it every
time we have some difficulty is to deny ourselves
greater opportunities.
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THE QUESNEL Millionaires found the month
of October pretty scary.
In their 13 games this
past month, an unlucky
number to many people,
the M's only won twice 5-1 over Penticton on the
5th and 5-4 over Merritt
on the 8th.
Since their two backto-back victories, the local
Junior A club has lost
every game, including
respective 6-5 and 6-4
decisions to Prince George
and Vernon last week.
However, the M's did
end the month on somewhat of a positive note. In
their loss to Vernon on
the 31st, Quesnel did
manage to score four
times and only let in six.
Comparing those statistics to their two previous losses to die defending national champions,
16-1 and 10-4, shows the
Mills are on an upswing.
But not everything
was entirely positive
about Thursday's defeat
though. Apart from losing
their ninth in a row, the
M's goaltender, Tyler
Nilsson, was peppered
with 72 total shots. And
against Prince George,
Nilsson faced 58 shots.
Those high numbers
indicate Quesnel's defensive play is still somewhat
play, and earned a come
from behind win.
Much of Prince
George's win could be
attributed to the M's
sparse bench - shortened
maiidy due to mjuries.
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Starting as low as
The Prince George Spruce Mngs used solid defenshre play, which eiimlnated Quesnel's
duncesfaithe second and IfainI periods, to overcome an eariy 4-1 deficit and win 6-5.
suspect.
Boon with a pair, ShanNot suspect, how- non Goudie and Fil PelUcever, were Quesnel's for- dotta with his 13th of the
wards as they've been year,
able to find the back of
Vernon jumped out
to an early 5-2 firstthe net lately.
In the last four
games, the M's have netted 18 goals, by far their
best totals of the year.
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period lead and hung on
for the win.
Quesnel scored twice
in the second, but a latethird period marker by
Brent Dodinghorse at
A POOR showing at the Quesnel Arts and Athletic
Foundation's main fundraiser may have dire consequences for local artists and athletes.
A QAAF press release said a disappbinting turnout
•for. the 10th Annual Bob Gassoff Meihoriai Banquet
f-^ias forced executive members to COnSsider their options
regarding the future.
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The QAAF, a non-prpfit which'^^^
; $10,00 tb^ local artists and adj^^s^l^
cial assistance to attend provindal^ natibn^iVnd international evc:n^Ia$tyrear, only diimuiaed up
in
supportfromme Baniquet,tiieu:key fiffialaisdr^^^
That total iis down drastibaUj^^frbih 199^ and
1994's nuttibei-- $8,300 and $11,^00 ^ectively.
"Without cdinmimity kupp6rtv|tod'no mdttey to
[•give oaty the Foundation may not eiast for very much
Ibnger, if at all," said QAAF presiciient Mary Glass-
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Hurt, and playing
hurt, are Graham Taylor,
Jason Nissen, Chris Petry
(shoulders), Steve Tramer,
Ryan Philpotts (knees)
and Brian Farewell (foot).
Almost joining the
injury Ust was Julien Jorgensen.
19:32 put the game out of
reach.
The locals had a great
chance to pick up two
points Tuesday evening,
but failed to do so.
Despite being outscored 4-1 in thefirstperiod.
Prince George
jumped on the scoreboard
five straight times, including rwo on the power
The M's leading
scorer (14-14-28), almost
had his career ended as
Spruce King blueUner Jeff
Rowland stuck his leg out
and tried to take out Jorgensen's knee with a
cross-ice hit.
"He hit my knee
square on," the assistantcaptain sated. "For a second there, I thought my
whole career was over."
"The pain was unbelievable," added Jorgensen, who walked with a
slight limp after the
match.
Trying to shore up his
losses. General Manager
and head coach Barry
Wolff has been busy signing up new recruits.
Playing for the Mills
now are Shea Keams, son
of ex-Vancouver Canuck
Dennis Kearns; Ryan
Boyd and Brent Crunk.
President ponders organisation's future
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M's losing streak extended
(up to $5000. instaHaiion and cushion)
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Qy DOYLE POTENTEAU
Observer Reporter
Quesnel Christian
Center
Suhday
he hath said, I will never
leave thee, nor forsake
thee."
Trust has as much to do
with faith as does beUeving that God can provide
for our needs.
Regarding both health
and wealth, we would do
well to consider Hebrews
13:5. "Let your manner of
life be without covetousness; and be content with
such things as ye have: for
SPORTS EDITOR: DOYLE POTENTEAU
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CASH CALENDAR
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Daily minor hockey
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October and November
are as follows:
28:Glen Barker
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29:Mel Armstrong $25
30:M 8c H Gagnon $25
3 l:Mabel Herman $25
01:Dale Philbrook $25
02:Kris Webb
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HOCKEY
Although
the
Quesnel Millionaires
may be in the BCHL
basement, they may not
be there for very long.
The
Penticton
Panthers, currently
three points ahead of
the M's, have lost t h ^
top two scorers.
J.C. Larocque (9-1625 pts in 13 games) was
traded to the Langley
Thunder. Jay Hem (147-21 jpt8_in 13 ganaes)
has just quit the team.
And another of
Penticton's key players,
Mike Barren, a secondyear vety has sustained a
major injury - a broken
jaw. Barren, expected to
return in three weeks
time, will wear the same
protective face fear that
Pat Lafontaine wore
two seasons ago.
TAE KWON DO
A trip to the Panhard to continue without better support from the com- Am
Games
in
munity."
November will be a
Past redpients of the QAAF, an organisation that little
for
jsasier
operates entirely on its own with no 'assistance form
any political bodies, include Tony FiaJif, Cliris Nevoral, QuesneVs Michael
"
Neil McColl, a number of k>cal ballet >tudent,s schools Warwickl
. The J local resident,,
and mmor sports organisations to naqpie a few.
who
qualified for the
As of October 29th, the group has decided to con,|an-AWericai|i Gani^es
tinue t6 accept applKratibnThtiitiH
eral meeting. At that time^ the Sbciety will tike a twb-^ i l t i | ^ i n n i n g gc^ld
to-five year hiatus unless a'number of Jiew people come medMs Kt^the Nor^
B".C."' ^^ones and
forward to keep the Foundation up and running.^
Canadiap Nationals in
At least two positions will be needed to fill - one of
tae
kvyon do, was
them being president. Giassford, who's been presiding
awariled $500 fpr
over the organisation since its' inception 10 years ago,
travel
expenses.
has announced her intention to resign at the March
year's Gairies.
meeting.
>
take
'place
in Regiiia,
"I've been with the organisation for 10 years. In
that time, we've never had any new people conie out to Saskatchewan during
early November.
our meetings, so I think it's time somebody new catnie
^^uesnel' CaribooiObservei:
Gold moves on up
No need to be
for them to manage.
The classic scenario is
when a husband or
boyfriend tries to teach
his loved one how to
ski.
SKIING IS sport
enjoyed by millions
around the world. Men
and women, as young
as three years and as
old as eighty are participating in alpine skiing.
There seems to be
few barriers to people
being able to take up
and enjoy the Sport.
However, as a ski
teacher with many years
experience, I do know
of one barrier which
keeps people, and
mainly women, away
from the sport - that
barrier is fear.
Fear is not a very
nice thing to experience.
Fear of skiing may be
acquired as a result of a
bad experience or of the
tales we hear of other
people's bad experiences.
But more often it is
a result of our own
over-active imagination.
The fear of flying is a
similar ( phobia that
affects many people.
Whatever the cause,
fear inhibits the person
from participating and
enjoying the activity.
Fear of skiing
acquired from a bad
experience is almost
always the result of
someone trying to ski
on terrain or in conditions far too difficult
Hitting the Slopes
"Be up front
about your
fears and bad
experiences.
Trained
instructors will
understand."
o
He often gives a
crash course of instruction. The only thing
important to him is
how
to
get
the
wife/girlfriend to the
top of the mountain so
he can show her how he
can ski down the difficidt runs.
These experiences
almost inevitable turn
out in disaster. After
such an experience, it is
no wonder many
women never want to
ski again.
Others who have
not participated in sport
very much, or not at all,
often lack self confidence and imagine they
could not possibly learn
to ski.
'
My response to the
'scaredy-cat' is don't
give up - there ishope.
Alpine skiing is a great
sport because almost
anyone can learn to do
it and enjoy it.
As a ski teacher I
have a 99.9 per cent
success rate. To achieve
that figure, I have had
to use the correct formula, which entails the
right preparation,
instruction, equipment
and environment.
The best preparation is to contact the ski
school and ask them for
help.
Be up front about
your fears and bad
experiences - trained
instructors will understand.
They will know
how to help you overcome your fear by
teaching you the correct
skills so that you
always feel in control.
By STEVE DODGE
Observer Contributor
TEAM GOLD vacated the basement with a
4-2 win over a listless
Green side while Red
regained top spot with a
come from ahead 6-5
thrill over Black in recent
Forestry Hockey League
action.
Gold used a strong
first half, as they built up
a 3-0 lead over Green,
and then used some stalwart defensive play to
outlast their opponents 42.
Once again, the scoring stars for Gold were
Brian 'Banger' Nielsen
with two markers and
Rob 'Runaway Traiii'
Bowden with two assists,
as the high-scoring pair
also managed to stay out
of the penalty box.
Brent 'Welcome Back'
Carter and Brad 'Nosy'
Lavigne both SjCored their
first of the year to help
balance the Gold attack.
Bob 'Kamikaze' Keen
and Randy 'Witchcraft'
Crofts were . the only
Green gophers to solve
'Marvellous' Marvin
Fox's goaltending acrobatics.
For the second consecutive game, Red biiilt up
a 5-2 lead only to let it
evaporate. But this time,
Lorne 'Coach' Walkers
scored the winning goal
to eke out a 6-5 victory
for his club.
Jack
'O'Lantern'
Wallis with two goals and
Kevin 'Squirrley' Turley
with three points (2-1)
helped Red to its lead
before the Black cats'
comeback developed.
Wayne ' Whammit'
Zammit banged in his
first two goals of the season with George 'Blade'
Ryan scoring a goal and
two assists.
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Secondary's senior boys ring.
Up next for both PSO
month in Pitt Meadows.
soccer team.
The Clan, despite
posting a good record,
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wound jip fifth at the
zone championships in
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At least that's what die playoffs.
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D.P. Todd did to Duchess
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Park in the championship QSS met in the battle for
B.C.
LIVESTOCK
PRODUCERS
rezoning
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Lot 1, District Lot 5049, Cariboo District, Plan 23045,
ball tournament last Clan beat the Spartans
from Rural Commercial (C-IA) zone to Highway
for OCT23-OCT29,1996
weekend.
15-10, 11-5,15-8.
Commercial (C-Vil) zone (minimum lot size - 1,672
Steers Range WtAve. Helfere Range WtAve.
D.P. Todd dumped
During round robin
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Duchess Park in two play, CSS went 1-2, beasleeping unit; 1,114 square metres per housekeeping
30&.399 67.00- 84.52 300-399 58.00- 69.67
straight sets, 15-11, 15- ting O'Grady 15-12, 17unit; 1,672 square metres per other commercial
90.80
84.00
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13, in the eight-team tour- 15 while losing to Fort St.
400-489 70.00- 82.58 400499 54.50- 69.82
Purpose for Rezoning: to allow for the development of
ney and wojd the bragging James, 14-16, 4-15 and
93.10
76.25
a
ten-unit motel
SO0-S9962.00- 78.55 S0O599 54.00- 68.51
rights for at least who D.P. Todd, 4-15, 16-14
The subiect property is located on Edwards Road.
87.10
75.90
was the better Prince
Kersley, as shown on the sketch plan below, and is
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owned by Robert Wayne Backer.
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ottered in our stockyaixis.Reinhanl SchvKarzers didce qudlty 604 lb s/c readied 7a60.
Betty Temples 458 lb s/b traded to 82.50 Ibny Robertsonstancy6504 lb hic sold to a top
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traded to 81.50. Dale Dunn^ heavy 635 lb s/c reached afip'of 8a00. Rick & Arlene
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lb heifers traded to 81.00 Berry Bush's 600 lb he«m traded to 79.«>. Butcher cows traded
from 38.00 to^43.7& Butcher bUls traded melniy from 41.00 to S32S.
ii|»eiririg for the
TAKE F U R T H E R N O T I G E tflaT a
purpose of hearing all persons wh||bell6ve#|ielr'1h^
in property is affected by the propolod bylsiW yyill be held
in the Committee Room at the Caur^bop R^lpndl District
office, 125 Barlow Ayenao, Quesrjei.BiiC, on Friday,
November 8,1996, at ^gO pm.
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Written submissions fj^^Jding the proposed byf|iW wiil
also be receivedlTh^e^^ubniissions ma]^^^^^^^
at the public hejarfoifoir should^ bg5#e#|yedi^ the
Cariboo Regional bistri6t office, 5 ^ ^ i r f £ m d ^ . ^ f i i e t ,
VANDERHOOF SALE fRIDAY. OC^TOBm 25TH.
In Vtetdartioof, Friday, Oct 25Ui., 525 head of came were'oii offer. Oordon McFae^ wers
Williams l a k e , B.C. V2G 1R9, ( f a ^ ^ M i V ^ ^ ^
In wim Ms 1880 b cows that brougm 40.75 wMe f^ 147a> COM wem at 43.6a
Siemens bUtehbr cows reached 43.00. MacK^y Fama 1360 lb cows brought 40.00. wMe
'
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Ms heiMirettasjeaciied 60M. Caret lnu» 14S4 lb. cows brought 3a.oa Qlen & Denise
$»Bfieri'mmW«i§t a tremendous sal of heavy s/c thcdr B7Sto.group braugitt 77;00.infonTii|&bn or representations c ^ § ^ ^ | | | d e f e p by^the
HmJpiiilnes^^^^^ 82.aa Ron AtUns 445 0) a/b brought 83.00. Slegmund
Regiojh^|( Board after the public
Ihatedl:
FWcB% AifiiiiiM^'iatMa tirought 81.25 Flan Hantngtoti wi^ tn with a bunch of Ms 440 The bylaw and an Informal
3 may :be
|b tVbli bmnh iroJ^.'w^ f<s 615
s/c reached 78Ji5. Geny A Renee Jones ,«m in
the Cariboo
office, 125
wim lfiSlrckmi!n<e^toWc'twtihoa eaoo, their heavy770 lb. s^c brought 7a7Sinspedti^dJit
and
(ftelr 660 ».j|/Cvifc?B.^;pouMe L Baoefi b r p u j ^ % f i « S ^ ^
of calvesfatow.
00
am and
W48ejalB/5'Bca«^S0X)Ci
tttSf-erf-Vi^rjm^^-Xi^ Double thenar
jtffriday,
vwJKrtnjj-HiOttxdemanded 76.76 the saiite^B BjaWSiSSt-'Wc. Blua
6 incliJisive
SofisisALE dn NOV srrfr
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Quesnel Cariboo Observer
Quesnel Millionaires
1996-97 Regular Season Scoring Stats
(As of Oct. 28,1996)
No. Pos.
9 Ctr
11 LW
16 Ctr
5 For
20 LW
21 Ctr
25 Def
10 Ctr
8 Wg
7 LW
27 Def
22 Ctr
3 Def
19 Ctr
17 Def
18 Ctr
23 Def
4 Def
28 Def
Player
GP G A TP PIM
Jorgensen, Julien 18 14 14 28 30
PellicciOtta, Fil
19 10 13 23 92
17 5 13 18 37
Petry, Chris
17 6 11 17 27
Sherwood, Scott
Goudie, Shannon 19 7 8 15 19
Maxwell, Jason 19 5 6 11 23
7 40
16 0 7
Rampone, Len
12 3 2
5 20
Farewell, Brian
4
9
10 3 1
Nissen, Jason
4
2
Tramer, Stephen 17 1 3
16 0 4
4 57
Philpotts, Ryan
Taylor, Graham
16 3 0
3 26
3 10
McGowan, Nick 14 1 2
3 19
19 1 2
Boon, David
3 21
19 0 3
Guest, Andrew
2 12
19 1 1
Overton, Gerald
1 2
19 1 0
Nowicki, Brad
1 22
17 1 0
Tresierra, Craig
14 0 1
1 56
Harding, James
Goaltender
Min GA Avg W L
No. Pos.
Nilsson, Tyler 931 91 5.86 3 12
35 G
1
G White, Sheldon 216 30 8.33; 0 4
Empty net g o a l s
1
Millionaires Team Statistics
vs o p f K j n e n t s
Prince George
Pentiaon
Merritt
Trail
Vernon
Coastal Division
Home Record
Road Record
Overtime Record
GP W L S/OL GF GA TP
0
3 4
0
1
0 1
3
1 2
0
9 10 2
12 13 3
1
3
1 1
3 5
0
0
1
0 1
7 33 0
0
3
0 3
0
28 56 2
8
1 7
48 82 6
0
13 3 10
14 39 1
1
6
0 5
0
6 7
0
2
0 2
Sunday, November 3 , 1 9 9 6
BCHL weekend wrap-up
MERRITTO
SURREY 6
Surrey scored twice in each period in their shutout
over the Centennials. Peter Wishloff stopped 18 shots
to garner the whitewash while Scott Gomez scored
twice and Shane Kuss collected his 15th of the season.
PENTICTON 3
POWELL RIVER 7
The Paper Kings scored three times in each of the
final two periods to defeat the Panthers. Scot Dickson
notched a pair, including the winner, while teammate
Curt Mahn collected foiu- (2-2) points.
VERNON 5
PRINCE GEORGE 1
Sean Patchell scored a pair, including the winner,
to help Vernon to a win in Prince George before nearly
1,600 fans.
PENTICTON 3
COWICHAN VALLEY 5
Chris Jensen scored twice as the Capitals dumped
visiting Penticton. Mike Ronningen, Jeff Glowa and
Ryan Buckman were the other Cowichan Valley scorers while Shaun Ford, Pete Summerfelt and Troy Smith
found the net for Penticton.
NANAIMO 5
PRINCE GEORGE 4
Mark Rycroft scored the winner in the shoot-out
to give Nanaimo a win in Prince George before 1,497
fans. Kris Wallis scored once and added two helpers
for the Clippers while David Labrecque kicked out 46
shots including 22 in the second period to keep the
Spruce Kings in the game.
NANAIMO 2
MERRITTS
Ryan Olson scored a pair to lead the Centennials
to a 3-2 win over the visiting Clippers.
POWELL RTVER 3
CHILLIWACK 6
Newcomer Mitch Shawara scored three times to
help the Chiefs over the visiting Paper Kings. Paul Fior-
The Perfect
that
Christmas
Keeps
on
onio also scored a pair and Jeremy Lapeyre scored once
and set up three other for the Chiefs.
POWELL RTVER 1
COWICHAN VALLEY 7
Bryan Grycan scored once and added two assists
while Jeff Glowa set up three goals to lead the Capitals
to a win over visiting Powell River. Seven different
Capital players found the net while Eric Schileider
scoried the lone marker.
VICTORIAS
COWICHAN VALLEY 2
Steve Taylor scored with just 1:44 remaining to
give the Salsa a 3-2 win over the Capitals. David Neale
and Matt Pettinger scored the other Victoria markers
while Gary Hunter and Wayne Brovra found the net
foi: C V .
CHIIJJWACK6
LANGLEY 5
Jeremy Lapeyre scored twice in the last seven minutes to give the Chiefs a win over the visiting Thunder.
Ben Thomber and Denis Gaudet each scored once and
added an assist for Langley. Mitch Schawara scored
once and added three assist in just this second BCHL
game. He collected five (3-2) points in hisfirstgame.
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DESPITE rr Ijeing the off-season.
Josh Guggenheimer has added another
award to his trophy case.
The grade nine Correlieu student
was named the Prince George Track and
Field Cluh^{^o^|ai1:st|^^ug|umor th^^
past weeki aii Organisation hecompetes
MINORHOCKSSY
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on a part-tinie ba^is for.
Guggenheimer, a short and medium
distance ruimer who medalled 11 at the
B.C. Summer Games and provincial
championships, v^as named B.C. Athletic's top 14-year-old track andfielda^lete.
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posters
arid
other
sgch
obstructions or hazards on u^tlty
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Injured when their climbing spurs
have slipped ofi jciard^, halls and
stepies.
"More than
just a
beautiful
flame...our
ceramic
burner Is m a d e to last
a lifetime-
your
Owners,
B.C. Hydjfdisextrenfielyconcerned
about the1numj)er of posters and
sijpns being attached to our wood
powijr pql#"ady<Byti#Jd garage
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QUESNEL YQUTH bowlers continued their
USUALLY 60 mindominance over their Williams Lake rivals.
utes in the hard-nosed
In the second session of a Youth Bowling Counsport of football is
cil home-at-home series last weekend, Quesnel
enough to decide outcome
crushed Williams Lake 1079 to 922 m pins overage.
of a game.
In all, 10 teams,fivefrom each city made up of
But every once in a
bantams,
juniors and seniors, were competing in the
while, overturie is needed.
Quesnel Bowling Alley last Sunday.
And then once every blue
Two Quesnel teams took home gold and silver
moon, two overtimes are
as the day's two top squads while a Williams Lake
needed.
squad
eked out the bronze.
That's just what hapTaking first was the combination of Darren
pened this past Sunday as
Lovell,
Colin Martin, Curtis Lovell, Tyler Forbes,
the Quesnel Steelers and
Norman Simpson and coach Brent Taylor.
the Prince George Rebels
Second-place went to the team of Kammara
battled each other to a 6Kumpula, Kayleigh Kumpula, Patrick Martin,
6 tie in the Northern
Andrew Adams, Teresa Thomsen and coach Richard
Interior Minor Football's
Ktunpula.
first round of playo^.
Each Pee Wee team
had several opportimities
to break the tie, but failed
^xpetience
to capitalise.
The two will now
a
-part
play a sudden-death quar''''
' ' ^ ' ^ ^ ^ ^ f l Quesnel's
ter Saturday at Massey
Stadium in Prince George,
(^tetitaqe
with hopes of having the
deadlock broken.
Naturally, Quesnel
T E D B W R I T A G E HdUSiB R E S T A U R A N T
head coach Rob Swaan
iSipiN EVERir DAy A T 7 A M
hopes his team comes out Queisnei's Pee Wee Steelers, seen here in action against the Prince George Aigos last
on top. "It was a great month, are looking to make their second consecuthra trip to the provincial championships.
game and I'm definitely
looking forward to Satur- will play Sunday agaiiist a though, the Huskies were bounced from the playoffs
* W e d d i n g s
* Parties
day's matchup."
team yet to be deter- the first team to score a by the P.G. Knights.
Meetings
* U c e n s e d
In their four meetings mined.
touchdown against the
The Rebels had a
this season, the Spruce
JR. BANTAM HUSKIES juggernaut from P.G.
* S m o k i n g * N o n - S m o k i n g
good
shot at victory, as
Capital club has won
The Huskies had thek
All season long, the
three times. Quesnel's hopes of playing football Bears have oidy given up they were up 16-14 late in
* Seating for 4 8 - 5 0 P e r s o n
the
fourth
quarter,
but
a
lone victory x^ame Septem- in November dashed two points (a safety) in
last-miniute majoir by
ber 15, when they won 7- when they were beaten nine games.
Located dovmto^vn^ttie footbridge
Quesnel's
northern rivals
6.
soundly by the Prince
Fbrinti)hMti6hlpall
wQ|ind up costing the
BANTAM REBELS
The wiiiner of the Ckorge Bears 48-6.
The Rebels were Gold Pan City squ|d.
On a positive note
Steelers-Rebeis contest
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1997 Daily Cash Miners
1997 $250.00 Cash Winners
1997 $2,000 Cash Winners
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WIN UP TO $12,000 IN
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Sliquld tlie practice continue
B.C. Hydro will remove signs
and seek darnages tor all costs
Incurred^
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Sunday, November 3,1996 BI
Kevin
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Notices
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Cards of Thanks.
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Obituaries
125
Memorial Services
130
In Memorhim.
135
Coming Events.
140
Personals
..145
Lost
160
Found....
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Infonnation Wanted.....
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200 - EUfPLOYMENT
Employment Opps
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Appliances Services
305
Arts/Entertainment
310
Bobcat/Backhoe
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BookkeepingH'ax
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Building Contractors
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Business Sendees
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Cbmputer Services
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Daycare
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Equipment Rentals
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Food Setyiiies
...350
Handy Persons
355
Health Sendees
360
Home Cleaning/Laundry... 365
Home Improvement
Services
.......370
Landscaplnd/Gardehlngl.'..375
Miscellaneou»Sendces.... 380
lutdrrar.......:.........,...
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Speed Control, Tilt and Cniise, liJi^eee Rack,
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480
Mining Leases
485
Mining Services
.....490
Heavy Dut|^^quipineht.....495
500TBEA£EStATEr
Real Estate ^wvt&s...»....500
Ipperi Housff„-..»...... -..505
JiuiWirig tiiigC::.:.:.».:,,..,.. 510
&|*tti|iiar^ for Saie.-.............5i
fMduseis^for Sal«;-.v-..-.;si.. S20
f M^tfile %rne,3 fqr Sale^.^..,.525
sF^siflfiahibhj^^^^^
600-RENTALS
Residential Rentals
606
Room & Board
610
Shared Accommodation 615
Cabiri/Cottage Rentals....^..620
Mobile Home Spaces
.625
Wanted to Rent
w650
Room & Board Wanted
655
Commercial Rentals
680
HallsforRent
685
700-ADTOMOTIV^
AutomobileforSale
701
P i c k u p s / y ^ for Sale
705
Commercial Vehicles
710
Accessories
720
Parts/Service
725
ATVs...:.
750
Boats/Marine
755
Motorcycles
760
RVs/Motorhomes
for Sale
765
RV/Motorhome Rentals. 770
Snowmobiles..,
.775
Utility Traflers...
780
Miscellaneous Auto.
790
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900 - FINANCIAL - tJB(SAL
Business dppdrtunifi^i.;\..965
Investmern Oppcirtunit|esi...9lO
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Baker Hospltg? Were you
forcedtoilireak feed against
yoiir Arill? Vifere you treated
pooiiy because you chose not
:to?^lease write me your Story.
I nei^ your help. Allinfonnation
Is kept totally <^nfideritial. Reply
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Investco Inc two companies of The Mutual
Qroup. Important information alMul these funds
Is contained in their Amplified prespectus
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office of The Mutual Group. Please read It
caraftilly before investing. Unit values and
investment return wil tkiciuata
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THE CHILDREN of Don and
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friends to attend a opisn house
celebrating their 50th Wedding
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I issuesibr cHilySlOfOG'pSpid. r^l'^i:^
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Garage «ales
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.860
Machinery...
Miscellaneous for Sale.. .865
Miscellaneous Wantisd.. .866
Musical Instatiinents;.... .869
.872
Nursery/Plants...J..
.875
OfRce Equipment
.878
Pets...v.
Sports/Recreational
Eqtilpfneht.........;.'.-... ,...;i.880
Stereo/TV/Sourid... ....;r.882
......885
Swap..
Tools..;.
..887
Travel
,.890
89S
Yard & Garden.
ATTENTION:
SCHNEIDERS POPCORN
CUSTOMERS
Introducing new products:
KAKTUS CHIPS; C A N O L A OIL.
CHERRY. B A N A N A .
CANDY
FLAVORINGS. Great far fond
raisers. Book your parties early.
Xmas Is coming . For nrrare Infonnation call Heidi. 747-0134.
Call Beth Lachmutb
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8 0 0 - F O B SALE
Aircraft
^
805
Antiques
807
Appliances
809
AuctionSales...
811
Books/Coins/Stamps
017
Building Materials
819
Clothing.......
825
Computers/Videos/
Cameras
«
;....828
Crafts/Hobbles
830
Rrewood
840
FumHiira
Change the cha^cter of yoiir home by
replacing youF^wndows. This is usually a
once in a life-time opportunity to remodel,
so why not take advantage of it and
update your entire home. Take ptetures of
the exterior of your home and enlarge and
photocopy them. Use the photocopies to
create new window designs and colours
that bring out the'character hidden in your
home then take the look you wanttoyour
nearest Window Dealer and get a quote
for style and energy eflteiency.
FBOMTIEB REAITf (1996)
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Monday - Friday
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P.O. Box 84, Quesnel, aC. V2J 4V2
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EXCELLENT PERSONALITY
FDCCARSI
SEEKS SOULMATE
Basically outgoing SWF, 40, SWM, 19, 6 ' r , 176ibs., dark SWN^!!3^j^sygoing, fun
5'5", average build, loves brown hair, blue eyes, fun- iQvlnlg. Chef, e^^^
all kinds
country and rock music, bving, alway joking, seeking of sp^rts,vhorseback riding
dancing, movies, looking for
seekS(^-honest, sincere SF.
sincere, loving SM, who is friendly SF, who likes to A d # ^
AN OUTGOING GAL
Ver/ hoppy-go^ucky. outgo- looking for a relationship. dance, Ad#.5225
EASYGOING
ing SWF, 19. 5'7-. I26lbs., Ad#.8238
AGOODAmrUDE
employed, enjoys walks,
•OUt^oingj
fun-loving SWM
TALK RACE TO FACE
Friendly, outgoing SM, 20,
time outside with friends,
33,5'10",
160ibs.,
carpenter,
seeks employed, happy SM, Outgoing SWF, 42, 5'7', 6'3-, 190lb§., East Indian, logged enjoys skiing, biking
140lbs..
dark
tiair,
hazel
eyes,
with a good personality.
empioyeid. enjoys basketcamping, trdvel, 'snowmoemployed, enjoys the outAd#.9311
blllng, seeks slim, attractive
doors, crofts, reading, walks, ball, hockey, football, hangHAPPY-GO-LUCKY
talks, snuggling, seeks honest, ing-out, seeks nice, outgoing clean SF. Ad#.2288
Full-figured. SWF. 19, 5.4-, caring SM. Ad#.2345
SF.Ad#.1200
car%br6wn hdir, blue eyes^d
A U T I L E SHY;
GET IN TOUCHI
UKES THE OUTDOORS
ndMvr; eolov^iports/trdyel,
Employed SWM, 33, 6'2
cuddling, seeks romantic, Friendly, outgoing SWF, 42, Furv-ioving SW dad, 24. 6',
190!^S', blond hair, blue
sincere, sweet SM. Ad#.5253
5'6", rssjbs., brown tidlr,
160lbs., contractor.; likes fishe y ^ , enjoys hunting, fishing
grey/green
eyes, enjoys
ONE-OF-A-KIND
ing, canoeing, camping, camping, movies, socializSWF, 19,6' r , 115lbs., blonde redding, writing poetry, trav- swimming, some sports, seeks ing, good conversations,
hair, brown eyes, outgoing> el, beach walks, seeks honest
seeking trustworthy, romonhappy, petite SF. Ad#.8234
student, enjoys shopping, skl- SM.Ad#.600O
' tic, sincere SF. Ad#.8440
ng, swimmihg. seeks honesf,
YOUNG AT HEART
HAPPY-GO-LUCKY
rellabie, /trustworthy SM. Easygoing, happy SWF, 44,
LETSMEEn
Open-minded
SWM, 25,
Ad#.8177 • <^ '
57', brownish red hair, gioss- medium
Fun to be with, outgoing
build,
selfMUST UKE KIDS '
esrtehloys iflshlng, hunting,;
SWM,
36, 6 ' r , brown
employed,
enjoys
hockey,
Quiet, shy SW mom< 20, §'9'^. complngi walfei^exptoirlng;
hair/eyes,
slim, cook, enjoys
skinny, auburn hair, btowh ydra; sales; sefejdrtg; honest.: skiing, playing cards. seel<s oil outdoor activities, readeyes, enjoys great discus- slneej^ Sjyi; ifoes^reidtton0p. attractive, trustworthy, sining, movies, fishing, seeks
sions, playing with her ion. Ac«f.3412
cere SF. Ad#.9278
honest, loyal SF. Ad#.1111
seeking honest, fun-lovfng
SM.Ad#.2509
FAMILY-ORIENTED
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COUNTRY WESTERN GAL
SW
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36, 5'11', 190lbs.,
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^appy-g6-Iucky SW (;nom,
red-blond
hair, blue eyes,
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way,
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easygoing,
good sense of
eyes, enjoys fishing, camfv
cteafivd And ^pe^ ^)Out ^llt«&^^'^^ bcmng for. Km i*
humor, likes rnpuntaln bikng. walks, seeking honest,
eaofi ExL 2S option 1, you will be piompted to answer som^t.
ing, walking, music, seeks
sincere, trustworthy SM.
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Ad#.1975
honest, sincere SF. Ad#.6666
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SEEKING SOUL MATE
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Nice SNCF, 21, brown hair,
Outgoing SWM, 46. 5'10',
good-natured, enjoys driving
160lbs., light brown hair,
arplihWprc^ stttch. seeks
hazel eyes, self-employed,
iurrtdfdus;' N/Sv ribtvclriiiklng.
enjoys quiet times, drives,
ad Press 1 to respond, press £ to go on to the next ad
fuh-lovihg SMi "fortdqtlng.
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traveling, dining out, seeks
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nice, active, compatible SF.
Ad#.7900
445lbs;. brown
Setvfce ptovkiedfiy Direct Response Marketing, Inc.
hair, green eyes, outgoing,
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seeking honest, loyal, longhaired,
brunette
SF.
Attracf(ve,'T6manti8 SWF, 26,
Ad#.1493
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SINCERE
5'6', medium build, short
A GOOD cook
Witty
SW
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5'9',.
SWM.
26.
6'2-. 260lbs..
brdwo rhdlr. jgrei^p eyes.
Outgoing SWM, 55. 6'1'.
brown hair/eyes, easygoing,
g,*t\avlng ftjn, 175lbs., tsrown hair/eyes,
se'dks hbhistr^drfhg. sensl- ""hqppy-go-lucky,.
employed, enjoys the out22blbs.. blond curly hair, fit,
selfve, mature SM, Ad#. 1192
doors, dancing, seeks honenDployed/ enjoys booting.
employed, enjoys jalonfs,
Jarts. bpwfrng. wallcsi cords. est, sincere, trustworttiy SF.- cooking,
seeks/
slim,
" employed SF, over 5'6', with
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SM,- for relpbnsh%.
06lbs., student;
enjoys
long redljalr. Ad#.l996 .
FRIENDLY TYPE
horseback riding, biking, JogHonest
SWM.
28.
6'9'.,
SkAREMYUFE
|ng» Jbe|ng> active, seeks
wbRksdlir
ISOIbs.. sandy brown hair,
bhest,' nice, athletic SCM.
Fun-loving SWM, 57, 6',
^^li^'sb'rl-' green eyes, employed,
SWE 49, 5'3':i^
Ad*.??33,
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198lbs.,
self-employed,
ou^, employed, ^nfi''
enjoys woridng out, the outr enjoys
couritTy/weStem
HOR^E TRAINER
crafts, computers, viTobd' doors, moyles, seeks honest,,!
niuslc,^ Wdlks, fSWi^
5-10-, woridng, photography, seeks tnjstworthy, understiandJhg,
bedch, golfir ;^rfs?"iseeks
attractive $fv Ad#;<g)lO^ ^^^^^ ^ ^ ^
reddish/brown
hair, blue•jieerir eyes, various
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Me(^i^i^0i^!SaM
seeks easygoing, affebtlonHONEST AND LOYAL
HAPPY-GO'LtiCKY
at© SM, for possible relationtall SWM. 30. «'4r, meidlum
ship: Adf.l 722"^'- •
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holr, green eyes, outgoing.^ build, dark brown halr/eyesj
LETS GET T06E1NER
. enjoys .flno dining, dancing/ employed, enjoys lifei the
WF. -31, 6'3', redhead", bowling, seeking easygoing.; outdoors, seeks SF. wtio likes
brown eyes, freckles, dim- honest.cotlng SM. Ad#;1937
children Ad#2308
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ples,, enjoys, quiet evenings;
R O M A N H C ACnVITIES^:^^' Slim SWM, 18,-136lbs^ stumovies; reading, writing,
seeks communicative, easyT
iAttiletic. easygoing; honest ^ dent, easygoing.' f^obbles
going SM Ad# 1264
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SWM. 31. 6'2'. blond hair;.'
blue eyes, thin build, enjoys ore moUnt<iifii?6ike'' riding,
SEEKS A HARD WORKER. ,
SWF, 38.5'5', ,t40lbS", brown
tiie.outdoois. sports, movies, sports, seeks ea?ygolog SM
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hair, gray/green eyes> good
-seeking,, honest, tnJstworthy Adr222i .
- w^personality; outgoing^ friend-.
SFAd#6659^ ,
ly, likes to read, write poetry, SWM; ta, fun,^ easygoing,
SEEKS SAME'"
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FRIEf^DSHIP HRST
seeks kind, t\onest, sincere
SWM.
18.
tall, dark,, handsporttaneousj en]oys cbnoe- ;Fun, easygolng,--SWM,>3l;some,
fun,
easygoing, spon-*
iSnO"; blond hair, blue-eyes.
MUST UkE CHIU)REN
- Ing. mountain bikSg. fishing, ^^fnpioyed," enjoys ""fishing.' faneous, employed, enjoys
Spontaneousr-caring SW
gQlflng;«horsebaGk' ri8l^e|j otitdooi'-acti\/ItIes,'^ sports
mom." 39,'="6*V'7-"135|b^r, hikingr seeking honest,/^arMjift'^r**?^ r s skiing, seeking honest, ^irtr^i
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brown,haIr/eyes, employed^. „ ^
^ t u i i f e i k e .cete^ovlng SF. for.q long^
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April 3,1969 - Nov, 3,1987
Citstm Mowers by Kathy
As long as we live, you live on
In our thoughts ahd In our
hearts.
Mom,
Sandy, Paul&
family.
MEMORIAL QIFTS
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IF YOrWant to
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Anonymous. 99^2-5560.
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QUESNELANDOISnUCT .
437 B Legion
Drive
992-610^
SNOW REMOVAL EQUIPMENT
160 Lost
LOST OCT. 27th in the Maple
Pari< Mali, Super Valu or Zellers, necklace with silver & aqua
marine stone. Sentimental value from my mother in Nonway.
Reward; 747-3447.
Quesnd & DIatHet PatttaOve
MALE RED MERLE AUSTRACareAsmelatUm
SHEPHERD with a choke
P.O.BoxVS7, Quemel, B.C, LIAN
VSJSJS
Argo Road Maintenance Is Inviting local contractors to
register ttieir snow removal equipment to assist Argo in
the Quesnel District winter maintenance program. Any
further inquiries or concems please contact Ken Spencer
at 992-8809.
Ken Spencer, Operations Mangef
P.O. Box 4310, .
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4305 Quesnel-Hixon Road
Quesnet, B.C.
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140 C o m i n " Events
1987 QSS/CORREUEU
Grad Reunion Meeting
7:00 p.m.. Nov.13,19S6
Begbie's Bar
Everyone welcome to share
ideas.
For more information, call Marci
747-1203 or CarIa 992-7548.
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P^|AllYoiir
Amsau^ Needs
Gall 992^611
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INSURANCE «-»
MopHim
chain, docked tail and blue
eyes. Lost between Brennan
Rd. and Hayhiii Rd., Bouchie
Lk/Nazko Hwy. 249-5955 or
992-6534. Reward offered.
165 Found
FOUND IN THE BEGINNING
OF OCTOBER, , prescription
glasses on riyer>.waik. 9929757.
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DE-ICERS
NOTHING
Former
teachers,
students and
parent^ are
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ALTERNATIVE THERAPY
(Acupressure)
For lovver back pain, hip prob-^
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EARN CASH dailyl Change
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info S.A.S.E: T. Yeatman. 2347
Tranquille Rd.. Kamlpops. B.O-.
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GIRLSI GIRLSI GIRLSI
To Donna and Frank K ^ e r for
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women
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$?,99^perfn|oirt|.
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AUTO MOBILE dataller required. Experienced ohiy. Send
resumes to: Box ^ c/o Quesnei
Cariboo Observer^ l8S-Carsdn
Ave.. Quesnel, B.C. V2J 2Ab.
Apply bV:l^loy; 8, ;1?£i6,*
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QUESNEL AG PARTS 8f SUPPLIES
Opportunities
DO-r^VOURSEiJ DIVORCE
120 Cards o
Call Mike at 741^31^
210 Employment
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$3.9.95 >
starting at...
BUT a phone call to place a
found advertisement. Phone
992-2121 Monday to Friday,
8:00 a m , to 5:00 p.m.
^ielelmite
Betty's
20 years at
Vdyageur School.
Visit Betty at the
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Dated: October 21,1996
PALLIATIVE CARE ASSOCIATION
Your donaiion to the Palliative Care
AssocialJon assists people living Aith Gfe
ttveatening illnesses, theirfeuniesand
friends by providing mjch needed care
and comftat in the most diliicult
drcumstances.
Your gift fn honour br in memory of
someone spedal will be grateMy
acknowledged and you will receive an
income tax receiptfrcmthe assodalion.
Tlianlc you for your support
Donations may be sent to:
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^ a t e r Coolers^Bdffied wifeivf
*Water?Rlters *Water Oistlilere^%
•Iron RIters *Water Soft0nera^
Kevin R, Austin
Box 19, R.R. #8
Crotteau Rd.
Quesnet, B.C.
454.Tiuiiper lUL, Hwy 97 & 747-2377
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DRINKING W A T E | .
TO WHOM rr MAY CONCERN:
Monday - Sat 10 ajn. - 5 pjn.
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NORTHERN OASIS
Take notice that on and after this
date. 1. the undersigned, wil) no
tonger be responsible fbr debts contraqted in my napie.by any person or
persons offier tlian myself.
K e e p s a l u l s
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