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Targeting East Central Alberta

Volume 102 No. 36

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For the first time ever, the Steel Wheel Stampede in Stettler was held on the September long weekend. Starting August 30, 2013 the event kicked off with a parade downtown Stettler. According to Tana Nixon, co-chair of the Stampede, Saturday saw record attendance in the grandstands, the beer gardens were full and overall the parade was a phenomenal success.

Air Canada Express launches from Red Deer Katie Davis

News Reporter Red Deer became part of Air Canada’s flight network on September 3, 2013, in a move to make air travel more convenient for Red Deer and area passengers. The partnership will see three inbound and outbound flights daily between Red Deer and Calgary offered by Air Canada, as well as connections being enabled to Washington DC, Zurich, Tokyo, and other international destinations. These flights are in addition to those already offered by Northwestern Air. RJ Steenstra, CEO of the Red Deer Airport Authority, says that Red Deer Airport was always a vibrant commercial airport, but was previously experiencing some challenges on the scheduled service side of air travel. “We started discussions with Air Canada in February [of 2013],” Steenstra says, “We thought [the Central Alberta region] was an interesting market, with high propensity to travel, high household discretionary incomes, a

large market that at this point hasn’t been fully served with scheduled service.” Steenstra says that airports are ‘economic enablers’, with ease of travel influential in attracting business from a variety of industries including labour workers, researchers, and conference attendees. “Airports contribute to economies in a significant way, connecting business to other offices around the world, in North America or in the province,” he says, “it’s a booster for your region. Sixteen commercial business operate out of the airport, 225 people currently work at the airport, it’s a significant infrastructure for central Alberta.” Angela Mah, Corporate Communications at Air Canada, says that access to the Central Alberta region was instrumental in the decision to bring Air Canada to Red Deer. “Red Deer and by extension, Central Alberta becomes part of Air Canada’s more than 175 destinations on five continents,” Mah says, “we also expect this to be of interest to business travellers

travelling to the central Alberta area.” Steenstra says Red Deer has one of the few airports in Canada that is steadily growing. “One thing people don’t know is that among [Red Deer’s] regional airport peers, this airport is the second busiest airport in Canada,” says Steestra, noting that peer airports include North Bay and Sudbury Ontario, Gateneau Quebec and Medicine Hat Alberta. “In 2009 [Red Deer Airport] was ninth in the country; it is now second busiest,” he says, “Todd Hearse, the Senior Economist at the Alberta Treasury Branch, [spearheaded] a study of the fastest growing regional airports in Alberta. While others are declining, Red Deer Airport has experienced a 25 per-cent increase in growth since 1999.” The airport meets the Transport Canada guidelines as Edmonton and Calgary airports and includes full security screening procedure by the Canadian Air Transport Security Association (CATSA).

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Clearview School Board meeting - ‘Leader in me’ program Brenda Schimke

News Journalist Sharon Fischer, Principal of the Stettler Elementary (SES) and Middle Schools (SMS) was in attendance at the Clearview Board meeting on August 26, 2013 to update trustees on ‘The Leader in Me’ program that both schools will introduce this year. ‘The Leader in Me’ program is based on Dr. Stephen Covey’s ‘The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People’. The goals of the program are to increase students’ selfconfidence, sense of direction, responsibility and better equip them to more positively respond to conflict situations. The anticipated outcomes from such a program are to encourage students to take responsibility for their own education, help reduce discipline problems, establish a common language, increase student engagement, enhance parent involvement and encourage better attendance. Resources and teacher training are expensive but are viewed as an investment for the future.  SES has already approached the Kinette Club of Stettler, who offered to sponsor some of the resources to be shared with the SMS. Staff from both schools will attend a 3-day training session workshop. Trustees were very supportive of this initiative and it could become something other schools in the district may consider.

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Steve Meyer, Director of Technology presented the current status of technology and his department’s budget. A joint decision by all senior administration and principals five years ago to establish the evergreen fund, which deducts a per student fee from each school’s budget to cover the costs of student-use computers, has been successful. At that time, it was decided that strictly applying the funding formula would mean many of the smaller schools would only be able to fund five or six computers in total. Jointly, the group agreed that every school should have a functional computer lab. This cooperative funding plan has been successful in bringing computer-to-student ratios for larger schools in the 3.5:1 range, and for smaller schools in the range of 2:1.  The provincial goal is a 5:1 computer-to-student ratio. The final results show all schools in the district received more than they contributed except for Wm. E. Hay.  “The types of technology and numbers of units that the department is accountable for has steadily increased over the years,” said Meyer, “yet we continue to maintain these very low student-to-computer ratios.”  “We seem to be winning,” said Ken Checkel, “it’s been years and years since I’ve walked into a school and had complaints about the network and computers down.” 

Trustee Yvette Cassidy, expressed continued concern that individual schools are having a tough time keeping their websites current, yet many parents want to access school websites for recent information. Meyer said his department has encouraged and provided support to schools through an easy input structure, assistance when requested and help desk support. “It’s the schools themselves that have the current information,” said Meyer, “and unfortunately with their increased workloads, websites become the afterthought that is put off to tomorrow and that tomorrow never comes.”  Trustee Patty Dittrick expressed disappointment in the lack of video conferencing used.  “I’m really disappointed too,” said Meyer, “with both the Board and the classroom use of video-conferencing.” “The Board hasn’t taken advantage of it

RCMP - Fatal off-road vehicle rollover A six year old female died as a result of injuries sustained in a rollover in the Altario district on August 27, 2013 at approximately 5 p.m. The female was a passenger in a Polaris four-wheel ATV that rolled over, Consort RCMP investigation revealed. Two other occupants of the vehicle were treated and released. The name of the deceased is not being released. Investigation is ongoing at this time.

Man struck by train near Trochu A man was found seriously injured by railroad tracks near Trochu on August 31.

Three Hills RCMP responded to the call by a CN crew member at 12:15 p.m., and subsequent investigation found that a 20 year old Calgary man was intoxicated and walking on or near the railroad tracks several hours prior to being struck by a train. The man lay injured near the tracks until CN crews discovered him between six to 11 hours later. The injured male was transported to Three Hills Health Center by ground ambulance, then flown by STARS air ambulance to Calgary Foothills Hospital.  The male sustained serious injuries but was declared to be in stable condition.


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Railway emergency plan requested Logan Taylor

News Reporter Forestburg Town Council met on August 15 to discuss several matters of importance to the municipality, including the lack of updates regarding Battle River Railway’s (BRR) Emergency plans. Council has not received a copy of the plan, or had any further correspondence from BRR after their initial request for an update in June of this year. At that time they were informed by the railway that they were working on a plan and are currently operating under the CN emergency plan.

“In light of the tragedy in Quebec, we want to better know the Battle River Railway Company’s safety procedures so we know we are prepared,” said Mayor Robert Frizzell. Another issue discussed was the end of the Horton Court Case, a very costly court battle that Council recently won against a resident refusing to pay for a violation of Forestburg’s Animal Control bylaw involving vicious dogs at large. “This was an expensive way of letting our citizens know we do enforce our bylaws,” CAO Debra Moffat said, in regards to


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the cost of the case. With Council losing their MSI Operating grants in 2016 and receiving no government grants for operating costs, they have decided to invest in Metasoft, a company that provides a searchable database to help find funding from private sources. A motion was passed for council to pay $8,000 for membership to access this database for a period of five years. “We are hoping Metasoft will open the doors to other sources of operating revenue,” said Moffat.

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MEDICINE HAT | OYEN | HANNA | CONSORT Becky Linn, Hanna Chamber of Commerce Manager, the Chamber’s mascot and Candace Gordon of the Chamber Group Insurance manned the registration desk at the annual Chamber of Commerce golf tournament on Wednesday, August 28 in Hanna. Thirteen 4-person teams teed off for nine holes followed by a steak supper. Amber Kittler was the lucky winner of the 50/50 draw for $325.

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Bread for beer Brenda Schimke

ECA Review Journalist The numerous tracks snaking through grain and canola crops highlight what has become a common practice of desiccation. Seven to 10 days before harvest, glyphosate is applied to dry up the crop, kill weeds and speed up harvest.     Glyphosate is a weed-killing chemical developed by Monsanto in 1970 and is the key ingredient in the company’s “Roundup” label of herbicides. With its patent expiration many other companies are now in the business of making similar chemicals. Manufacturers of glyphosate, Alberta Agriculture, Health Canada and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in the U.S. all subscribe to the common theme that this herbicide is effective, economical and environmentally benign.  They argue that glyphosate only blocks the production of aromatic amino acid, a process active only in plants and not in animals. Not surprisingly, other studies, including some from reputable German and American universities, argue that ingesting trace amounts of glyphosate over a long period of time does lead to health issues. There have Governments will been many things in our endorse this practice until past, such as PCB’s, asbestos, there is iron-clad research cigarette smoke and DDT, where to show an absolute governments were very slow to correlation between this deem harmful to human health.  chemical application and So it’s fair to say human health. the jury will be out on the use of glyphosate to speed up harvest for some time to come. Yet there are a few interesting asides that are pauseworthy.  First, the seed structure has been changed enough that beer cannot be made from barley that has been desiccated.  As well, producers are told not to use glyphosate on any crop that they want for seed, as germination and plant vigour can be severely reduced.  At the very least it could be argued that desiccation reduces or removes food value from the end products. We may be smart enough to play God and do harvest on our time rather than nature’s, but the jury is still out. Today, we are told by Health Canada that there is inadequate evidence to state whether or not glyphosate has the potential to cause cancer. Yet common sense suggests spraying chemicals on grains just prior to entering the food chain may be suspect. Typically it’s the corporate, mega-producers that need to use speed-up methods to get their mega acres harvested in time to beat winter.  Many smaller producers continue to do it the old-fashioned way – sun and time – but unfortunately most of their crops end up co-mingled with the desiccated crops. Big industry and corporate farms will continue the practice of desiccation for as long as it makes money. Governments will endorse this practice until there is ironclad research to show an absolute correlation between this chemical application and human health. In the meantime, for those consumers who would rather be safe than potentially sorry, you may just have to substitute your bread for beer!


Several inaccurate statements Re: “What tax revenue?,” in The Review, Aug. 29. On August 29, the editorial reported that the County of Paintearth was not receiving a fair deal from the tax revenue generated by Capital Power’s Halkirk Wind project located in the County. There are a number of inaccuracies in the editorial on tax revenue that Capital Power wishes to clarify. Firstly, the timing and the amount of our taxable payments to the County is established by provincial regulation. We have, and always will, follow these regulations. The anticipated amount of taxation going to local municipalities and local schools over the expected 25-year life of the project will be approximately $40 million. The editorial questions about the timing of the start of operations of the Halkirk Wind project are misplaced. The construction of a project the size of the 150 megawatt Halkirk Wind project – Alberta’s largest wind farm – is complex. This is particularly true in Alberta, where our short construction season frequently sees project work extended to late fall. In 2012, we encountered

When is a good time? Rick Strankman, MLA Drumheller Stettler In 2011 the government temporarily shut down acute-care beds in Consort because of lack of physician services. Temporary, as in this case, appears to be an openended indeterminate amount of time. I had previously raised this issue in March, and the Associate Minister of Seniors assured me that the government would work with the community to get this

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prior to construction. As the editorial notes the project is creating economic and community benefits by way of establishing an on site office and permanent positions. In addition, Capital Power is also supporting local initiatives including the annual Bullarama, Castor and District Agricultural Society, Halkirk Centennial, Paintearth 4H Beef Club, Huber Dam Committee, Castor Minor Sports and the Halkirk Elks. Our goal is to be a part of this community, throughout the life of the project. Halkirk Wind is now approaching its first full year of operation. Capital Power is proud to see that it has emerged as a great addition to Alberta’s fleet of renewable energy facilities and we anticipate many years of significant contributions to the local economy. Sandeep Sharma, Senior Manager, Renewables Capital Power Editor’s note: The opinion piece was targeting the government regulations, not Capital Power.


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early spring rains which slowed construction activities. Once we begin construction, our goal is to complete this work as quickly as possible. There is no incentive to delay and the suggestion that “there is a great economic incentive not to bring projects on line until after October 31st” is simply false. Ultimately, the project began commercial operation on December 1, 2012, ahead of schedule and under budget. The editorial makes several inaccurate statements regarding the calculations of assessed values, particularly in regards to depreciation. In fact, we must follow the formulas established by Alberta Municipal Affairs and be prepared to submit to audits and verification by both the provincial government and the municipality. Capital Power also made investments in upgrading existing roads in-order to safely handle heavy loads and approximately 30 kilometres of new roads were constructed for the project. Once construction was complete, the County of Paintearth was satisfied that the roads were left in as good or better condition than they were

facility reopened. When it was apparent no action was being taken, I addressed the issue with the Health Minister this time on the floor of the Legislative Assembly. His answer was less than satisfactory. He answered my question with an answer that brought me no closer to a conclusive date they would be reopened. I then proceeded to ask him a supplementary question where I reminded him that the reason for

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the closure was a lack of physicians. He also was reminded that the good people of Consort had successfully found the required physicians. Once again, it was met with an unsatisfactory non-committal answer for when these beds would be reopened. My final supplemental question was direct and to the point, “when would these vital acute-care beds be reopened?” Turn to Still, Pg 9









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Strankman makes a statement at ‘Building Alberta’ press conference Katie Davis

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those acute care beds, that incident may have been avoided.” “I will say, and it’s very unfortunate, and we find this an awful lot in health care circumstances, where very tragic incidents are used to exploit the sadness that families are having in order to deal with other issues that do need to be dealt with,” said Redford. The Premier said that looking to the future in health care in Alberta “will have to be as innovative as what we’ve just been talking about with respect to the SuperNet.” “But if we look at what acute care means for communities, what family care clinics mean for communities, and how health care workers will support families, then health care will look different,” Redford said, “and I would challenge you to say that the way forward is not by looking back. The way forward is not to say lets just look at what we had 20 years ago. It’s not good enough.” She said looking forward is going to require re-considering health care choices that are appropriate for the community and what recourses will be required to make changes. 

At the culmination of the announcement of new high speed internet funding for the Special Areas on Friday, August 30, Rick Strankman, MLA Drumeller Stettler, stood up and identified that he had something to contribute. Strankman said that he appreciated the developments initiated by the Provincial Government in his constituency, but was unhappy with the status of the acute care in his region. “There has been a death in my community not six miles from my home, and not thirty miles from there there is an acute bed facility that the community… [is] demanding… be reinstated,” Strankman said, “The community has found doctors on their own… and this government has not listened. I’ve made that request [for beds] in the house, to the minister. I have great frustration, and I want to publicly express that here today.” Premier Redford took to the podium to respond, saying that Alberta Health Services had been important in ensuring the right services were in place to meet people’s need. “As we deal with sometimes very difficult personal circumstances, it’s very important for us to make sure that we have all of the information available from medical personnel with respect to how to deal with some of these unfortunate circumstances,” Redford said, “of course it was a very upsetting time I’m sure for everyone who was involved, but I think that it would be a mistake to take… one incident, which was a terribly tragic incident, and Rick Strankman, MLA Drumheller Stettler, expresses his translate that into presuming frustration with local health care during press conference that if there was a facility with on Friday, August 30 in Stettler. ECA Review/K. Davis

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TOWN OF CASTOR ARENA WORKER The Town of Castor is now accepting applications for the position of Arena Worker. This is a Seasonal position and the number of hours varies from week to week, and will include weekends and evenings. Job descriptions are available upon request. Interested individuals are to submit resumes to the Town of Castor, Attention Loreena MacGillivray on or before September 11, 2013. The Town thanks those in advance for their interest, however only those chosen for an interview will be contacted. Loreena MacGillivray, Recreation Director Town of Castor Box 479 Castor, Alberta T0C 0X0 Phone: (403) 882 – 3215

MIDWEST PROPANE Is currently seeking

Gasfitter to operate in central Alberta.

Class 3 Drivers license and all relevant Oilfield Safety Certificates required.

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Field Service Mechanic Needed Gas Pro Compression, located in Three Hills, AB, is a manufacturing & fabrication shop, which produces & services single well gas compressors ranging from 10 to 80HP. Currently we are looking to fill a position for Field Service Mechanic. Successful candidate must possess strong work ethics. Experience with natural gas compression is an asset but not essential. Trade Certification is required and preference will be given to those having experience. Please fax resumes to 403-4435288, apply in person at 227, 17th Ave N, Three Hills AB, or email to

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Field Technician- Provost AB AMGAS Services Inc. is a leading Emission Solution provider to the Oil and Gas Industry. For over 18 years, AMGAS has led the industry in H2S and noxious emission control, supplying a complete line of scrubbers and chemicals. As a result of our recent expansion, AMGAS is currently looking to enhance our team with the following positions based out of our Provost, AB Office

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Part Time Help in our Pharmacy Please apply at our Pharmacy to Heather Brown or Calvin Warnock *No phone calls please

Grocery Clerks and Cashiers for Part time evening and weekends

Stop by and pick up an application form or drop off resume at customer service

FULL TIME FIELD TECHNICIANS Qualifications and Skills • High School Diploma • Oilfield experience is a definite asset • Valid Class 5 Driver’s License • Current field tickets are required (H2S Alive, Standard First Aid, CSTS or PST • Valid Passport If you are interested in applying for these challenging opportunities, please forward your resume, in confidence to Bradi Dunn (Fax: 403-984-9838) or email AMGAS offers a competitive compensation package based on education and experience which includes a company benefit and bonus plan

Application Deadline: open until filled All applicants are thanked in advance; however, only individuals selected for an interview will be contacted.

12 S E P T E M B E R HELP WANTED AN ALBERTA Oilfield company is hiring dozer and excavator operators. Lodging and meals provided. Drug testing required. Call 780-723-5051, Edson, Alberta. ALLTORQ Services Ltd. looking to hire one lead hand and one technician. Oilfield and torque experience an asset. Fax resume to: 780-778-6571 or email: FIELD Clerk Needed for out of town work site (21/7 schedule). Mature, flexible and positive communicator, understanding of importance of safety culture. Reporting to on-site foreman & Edmonton HO. Transportation to & from work site provided. Potential to grow with company; Jobs@ CommandEquipment. com. Fax 780-4883002. NOW LOCATED in Drayton Valley. BREKKAAS Vacuum & Tank Ltd. Wanted Class 1 & 3 Drivers, Super Heater Operators with all valid tickets. Top wages, excellent benefits. Please forward resume to: Email: dv@ Phone 780-621-3953. Fax 780-621-3959. INTERIOR Heavy Equipment Operator School. No Simulators. In-the-seat training. Real world tasks. Weekly start dates. Job board! Funding options. Sign up online! 1-866-3993853.



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WANTED: Progressive Napa AutoPro repair shop seeking Journeyman Technician. Will consider 3rd and 4th year apprentices. Competitive wage/ incentives and benefit plan. Submit resumes by email, fax or mail. Richard Automotive, Box 1173, Three Hills, AB, T0M 2A0. Fax 403-443-5392; brian@

PERSONALS BANK Said No? Bank on us! Equity Mortgages for purchases, debt consolidation, foreclosures, renovations. Bruised credit, self-employed, unemployed ok. Dave Fitzpatrick: 587-4378437, Belmor Mortgage.

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DATING SERVICE. Long-term/short-term relationships. Free to try! 1-877-297-9883. Live intimate conversation, Call #7878 or 1-888-534-6984. Live adult 1on1 Call 1-866311-9640 or #5015. Meet local single ladies. 1-877-8045381. (18+). TRUE PSYCHICS! For Answers call now 24/7 Toll Free 1-877-3423036; Mobile: # 4486;

PETS NORDIC KENNELS, Labrador Retrievers. Canadian, Swedish bloodlines. Black, chocolate, breeding since 1975. Hunting companions, wonderful pets. Puppies available. Call 1-780-6452206, in St. Paul or visit

AMERICAN Eskimo Puppies, 1 female, 1 male. first shots. Asking $400. Call Olive 403-575-8393.

AUCTIONS TIMBER Creek Outdoors Ltd. Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. Sat., Sept. 14, 10 a.m. Selling over $100,000 of new rifles & shotguns, ammunition, archery, hunting, fishing & camping inventory, office & store fixtures. 10% buyers fee. See www. montgomeryauctions. com. 1-800-371-6963.

MEIER-2 DAY Classic Car & Truck Auction. Saturday & Sunday, September 21 & 22, 11 a.m. both days. 6016 - 72A Ave., Edmonton. Consign today, call 780-4401860. COLLECTOR Car Auction. 6TH Annual Red Deer Fall Finale. September 20 - 21, Westerner Park. Last year sold 77%. Only 100 spaces available. Consign today. 403396-0304. Toll free 1-888-296-0528 ext. 102; www.egauctions. com.

at our Manufacturing Facility located at 4102 44th ave, Stettler, AB. Willing to train if candidate has related basic skills or experience. Our Company has an enthusiastic, fast paced working environment with advancement for motivated individuals, and an excellent benefit package. Please forward resume to or Fax 403-742-5544

Apply with resumes to Fax 780-842-6453 or email:


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Case IH Equipment Dealer in Coronation is now accepting applications for a Parts Manager or Lead Counter Parts person as well as Apprentices and Journeyman Heavy Duty mechanics with AG experience. Live the life style of Central Alberta and be home at night. Work for one of the few family owned dealerships where we care about our employees and customers. Successful candidate will be a team player with strong social skills. Counter and Management experience an asset. Computer literacy and knowledge of DIS Parts program a definite asset but not mandatory. We offer: • Competitive Wages • Sick Days • RRSP Plan • Annual Work boot reimbursement • Benefits Package • Monthly Bonus If you are looking for a rewarding career with a successful and growing organization, then forward your resume to: Future Ag Inc. Attn: Human Resources Box 489 Red Deer, AB T4N 5G1 Fax 403-342-0396 or email to

Advanced tickets only $35 Limited number of tickets Phone 403-883-2100 Donalda & District Museum

to ECA Review fax: 403-578-2088 email: drop off: 4923 Victoria Ave., Coronation Remember to identify all people in your photos.

Email resumes to or fax into 403-742-3230 or drop off in person @ 4406 44th Ave., Stettler.

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Prism Integrated Solutions Inc.

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Lydell Group Inc. is currently hiring

Please send resume to: email or fax 403-882-2525

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Labourers, Industrial Painters, Sandblasters, and Welders.

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Accommodation and benefits provided. Will pick up & drop off at airport.

Tuesdays and Fridays from 8-3 pm Permanent, year round positions. No experience necessary.

Gary Fjellgaard Dinner Concert Sun., Sept. 29

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Full Time Automotive Technician

with Class 1 license and have experience pulling Super B trailers in the oil field. Must be 25 years or older with First Aid and H2S training.

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CORONATION Community Christmas Craft Fair Wed. Nov. 20, 2013. Tables $20. Book now for tables before Sept. 30. Maxine 403-578-2389; 403-575-5217; Laurie 403-578-3576. GROW Marijuana Commercially. Canadian Commercial Production Licensing Convention, October 26 & 27. Toronto Airport, Marriot Hotel; Tickets 1-855860-8611 or 250-8701882.

SUPER Colossal Rummage Sale, Sat., Sept 7, 8 am - 3 pm. Elim Pentecostal Church Gym, Drumheller, 245 3rd Street W. Shop till you drop.

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Brenson Trucking from Wainwright is looking to hire

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Email: Fax: 780-542-6739 Alberta

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Looking for that perfect part time employment? We are a Canada wide company looking for consultants and leaders across the country to promote our all natural products that are better for the environment, safer for the home and enhance the lives of people just like you every day.

COME JOIN US. Boston Pizza is looking for motivated and energetic people to work in a fast-paced and fun environment. So whether you’re looking to build a career in the restaurant business or in search of a flexible schedule, we’ve got the right opportunity for you.

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CARDS OF THANKS CORONATION Antique Tractor Pull Club want to thank the following for donations to our tractor pull on Aug. 24 & 25: Coronation UFA, M & N Construction, Rindal Oilfield, Dwight Woody, Zip Transfer, Coronation Industrial, GW Contracting & Halkirk Elks. Thanks also to Rindal Oilfield for use of utility trailer, Seed Clearning Plant for use of the scales and the County for use of the grader. Special thanks to Jim & Wendy Dafoe for having the concession available and to all the volunteers who helped us through the weekend. Thanks again to all those who brought out their tractors and to those who came to watch.

THE FAMILY of Jean Jackson would like to thank everyone for the many kindnesses shown during her recent passing. Dr. Hannah and all the staff at Long Term Care gave her the very best of care and company. Thank you. Charles Girard and his staff at Hanna Funeral Chapel were very compassionate, understanding and professional for which we are grateful. Thank you also to Pastor Grewe for the service and words of love and encouragement. We so appreciate all those that attended the luncheon in Mom’s honour. The video, made up by her granddaughter-in-law Carrie Scoville, showed her life in pictures. The tribute was very well done and loved by all. Thank you so much

Carrie. Thanks also to the Spondin ladies for preparing and serving the wonderful lunch. This time of fellowship brought us all much comfort. To the friends who found time in their busy schedules for visits, food, hugs, cards and flowers, we thank you. We have all been blessed by a host of good friends and family and appreciate every act that paid tribute to Mom. If we have inadvertently missed anyone, please know that it was only missed by words, not by our gratefulness. Thank you. Maureen Juhlke, Bob and Clara Marks, Ted and WeiWei Marks, Lynn and Wade McLeod, Judy and Conrad Scoville, Susan McKeage and Henry Jackson

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Clearview Public Schools is looking for energetic individuals to join our dedicated team of School Bus Drivers. Applications are being accepted for a permanent, full time school bus route in the Coronation area commencing October 1, 2013. Competition closes Friday, September 20, 2013. Competition # 5555-N Applications are also being accepted for part time bus driving positions throughout the school division. Competition # 5556-N Successful candidates will be required to provide a current criminal record check and child intervention check prior to employment commencing. Candidates selected for an interview will be required to supply three references that have agreed to be contacted at the time of the interview. Interested applicants are asked to forward their resume electronically to Applications may also be sent to Clearview Public Schools, Attn: D. Larsen, Box 1720, Stettler, Alberta T0C 2L0. Faxes may be sent to (403) 742-1388. Please quote the competition number on all applications submitted. We appreciate all applications but only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Please remember to check our website at for employment opportunities.

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Boston Pizza is looking for motivated and energetic people to work in a fast-paced and fun environment. So whether you’re looking to build a career in the restaurant business or in search of a flexible schedule, we’ve got the right opportunity for you.

Responsibilities: · Manage internal parts control functions, including part sourcing, order processing, documentation, quotations, pricing and record keeping. · General overall care & organization of the parts room. · Inventory management including procurement, receiving, storage, handling and shipment of parts stock to meet schedules and customer requirements. · Daily interaction with technicians and job coordinators. · Deliver thorough, efficient and courteous service to all customers, in multiple communication methods. · Maintain ongoing responsibility for customer service and provide problem resolution. Requirements: · Experience in parts operations/inventory management. · Competency with computers including MS Office. · Mechanical background is an asset. · The ability to stay organized and multi-task in a fast paced challenging environment. · Is independent and resourceful and has the ability to work under minimal supervision. · Valid driving license. We offer competitive wages and benefits package, if you are a dynamic career orientated individual we would like to hear from you. NGC Compression Solutions Ltd. Stettler AB Fax: (403) 742-5803 Email:

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required, Full Time, 8 hours 5 days/week. Valid drivers license, own tools an asset. Able to work under pressure in fast paced and busy environment.

A&B is a committed employer to the communities where we operate

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Over 55 years strong, Arnett & Burgess Oilfield Construction Limited (A&B) safely provides quality pipeline construction, facility installation, custom fabrication, pipeline integrity, maintenance and related construction services to the energy industry.

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Accounts Payable Administrator • Applicants should have experience with accounts payable processing including general ledger allocations, GST, vendor account reconciliations, job costing and manual cheque processing. • Experience in Worker’s Compensation, PST and electronic payment processing is an asset. • Position requires a strong MS Office knowledge (MS Word, Excel and Outlook). • Ability to prioritize work to meet month end deadlines is required. • Applicant must have strong written and verbal communication skills, be detailed oriented and able to work in a team setting. • Must demonstrate initiative, professionalism and be able to work independently.

Location: Sedgewick, AB. Compensation: Competitive Competition Pkg. Full Benefits Hours: 8 am – 4:30 pm Monday to Friday. Duration of Work: Permanent

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Special Areas to receive funding for highspeed internet

Alberta Premier Alison Redford speaks to media and local politicians in Stettler Friday, August 30 during her â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Building Albertaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; tour. ECA Review/K. Davis

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News Reporter Alberta Premier Alison Redford was in Stettler Friday, August 30 to announce a government partnership project to install new high speed internet towers for the Special Areas. The Premier met with media and local politicians at the Stettler Town and Country Museum as part of â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Building Albertaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;, a nation-wide initiative aimed at connecting government to parts of the province rarely visited on official business. The Premier used the meeting to discuss the maintenance and building of generational foundations in smaller communities, technologyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s role in connecting people in Alberta, and budgetary concerns. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We passed a budget in the spring that was a tough budget,â&#x20AC;? Redford said, â&#x20AC;&#x153;It was a budget that allows us to put Alberta on a sustainable fiscal footing for the future, and weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re going to stick to that.â&#x20AC;? Redford said that longer-term planning was important for a provincial growth outlook, and investment in infrastructure was paramount to sustained development. â&#x20AC;&#x153;As we move forward and think about access to the world and access to information, access to education and access to cultural pursuits, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s very exciting to think that the internet is going to be an important part of that,â&#x20AC;? Redford said. The official announcement of funding for new internet towers - known as the â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Final Mile Initiativeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; - came from Verlyn Olson, Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development and MLA for Wetaskiwin-Camrose. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Special Areas are going to receive $111, 975, and this project is for the construction of new tower sites,â&#x20AC;? Olsen said. He said that through a partnership between his department and Service Alberta, this funding would account for the construction of two new towers, an upgrade to an existing tower and the

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installation of broadband equipment. â&#x20AC;&#x153;This is going to make a big difference to people,â&#x20AC;? Olson said, â&#x20AC;&#x153;whether itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s students wanting to do some research for homework, or whether somebody who has kids on the other side of the world and they want to stay in touch, or whether itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s somebody who wants to conduct business such as selling grain or checking web reports.â&#x20AC;? Jay Slemp, Chair of the Special Areas Board, spoke about the local scope of the business partnership, which sees the towers run by Netago, a business owned by Terry Ducherer and Jim Bietelspacher, both of Hanna. By adding new towers, Slemp said they would be able to reach people who still have no access to high-speed internet. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It allows us to reach that last mile for those people who have actually been waiting six years [for internet],â&#x20AC;? Slemp said, â&#x20AC;&#x153;[and] they donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t wait quietly, as you might know.â&#x20AC;?

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Sainfoin - a great perennial legume Agri-News Are you thinking about seeding a new hay or pasture field in the next few years? If so, consider trying something new and adding sainfoin into the mix. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Sainfoin is a cool-season, perennial forage legume,â&#x20AC;? says Stephanie Kosinski, forage specialist with Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It was introduced to North America from Europe and parts of Russia and Asia. It develops a deep, branched tap-root and numerous fine lateral roots. It is a non-bloat legume that is suitable for mixtures with alfalfa or cool-season grasses, such as Crested Wheatgrass, Russian Wildrye and Western Wheatgrass. Sainfoin has good longevity under optimal growing and management conditions.â&#x20AC;? Sainfoin is best adapted to the Brown and Dark Brown soil zones, and the irrigated areas of southern Alberta. It favours well-drained, light and medium textured soils with good water-holding capacity. It has poor tolerance of acidity and salinity, but handles those soil conditions better than alfalfa. It has good tolerance of alkalinity and drought. Sainfoin grows well in areas that receive 300 mm or more of precipitation in a year. However, it is sensitive to flooding, wet soils and high water tables. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Sainfoin is quite large-seeded compared to the other forage legumes, but even with its large seed size, it still needs to be seeded shallow, no more than ž inches (2 cm) deep,â&#x20AC;? says Kosinski. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Be sure to inoculate sainfoin with the correct rhizobia species before seeding to facilitate nodulation. It germinates well, but can establish slowly. In general, spring-seeded sainfoin stands are well established by the fall. â&#x20AC;&#x153;There may be some hard seed, but you generally donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t need to scarify seed before seeding. It has been suggested that sainfoin is seeded separately and at a right angle to other forages if in a mixture. If seeding sainfoin alone, it is not recommended to use a companion or cover crop.â&#x20AC;? The seeding rate of sainfoin should be based on the pure live seed (PLS). Suggested seeding densities are 40-60 seeds/metre of row (12-18 seeds/foot of row) and 175-250 seeds/m2 (16-23 seeds/ ft2). The final bulk seeding rate will vary with row spacing, seed quality and seed amendments. Seeding rate can be calculated using the Forage Seed Mix Calculator found on Alberta Agriculture and Rural Developmentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s website). â&#x20AC;&#x153;Sainfoin grows upright, making it easy to harvest as hay,â&#x20AC;? says Kosinski. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It also has excellent leaf retention. If cut at 50 to 100 per cent flowering, you will maximize yields. It can work in either a two-cut system under irrigation or a one-cut system in drier areas. Sainfoin has a higher moisture content than alfalfa, but

still cures well for hay. It yields about 80 to 90 per cent of alfalfa hay. If considering Sainfoin for pasture, it is best suited to a rotational grazing system. It can be grazed mid-summer or stockpiled and grazed in the fall. You will have maximum yield when sainfoin is grazed at 50 to 100 per cent bloom, but you will get better regrowth when it is grazed in the vegetative stage. Sainfoin relies on its residual leaf material and stem buds to support new growth more than alfalfa does. This means it is important to leave residual sainfoin after each grazing period. Newer varieties, such as Mountainview have improved regrowth compared to older varieties.â&#x20AC;? Sainfoin has good leaf retention and frost tolerance, making it ideal for fall grazing. Be sure to rest it four to six weeks before a killing frost in order to allow the plants enough time to build up their carbohydrate reserves to survive the winter. It is a good management practice to allow sainfoin plants to reseed themselves every few years. This helps maintain its presence in the stand. Recent studies conducted in Alberta and Saskatchewan have looked at the potential of including new sainfoin varieties in alfalfa pastures for grazing. They have found that these new varieties are more competitive and have improved regrowth rates compared to some older varieties. These studies have also shown that including 20 to 30 per cent sainfoin in an alfalfa pasture significantly lowers, and

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in certain cases eliminates, the risk of bloat. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Sainfoin is highly palatable, with cattle often selecting it over alfalfa when grazing,â&#x20AC;? says Kosinski. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Research has shown that it has lower acid detergent fibre and neutral detergent fibre levels than alfalfa, along with increased digestibility of its stems.â&#x20AC;? Sainfoin is a non-bloating legume due to the presence of condensed tannins. These tannins bind to protein in feed, allowing it to be digested as bypass protein. This avoids the problem of large amounts of protein being quickly digested in the rumen, which can lead to bloat. For more information, contact the Ag-Info Centre at 310-FARM (3276).

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"HSJDVMUVSFt5VSG"DSFBHFt.PUPSTQPSUTt1BSUT4FSWJDFt5SBJOJOH3FTPVSDFT OLDS CALGARY CLARESHOLM CORONATION CRANBROOK 403.556.6961 403.280.2200 403.625.4421 403.578.3744 250.417.0272 PINCHER CREEK PONOKA STETTLER TROCHU 403.627.4451 403.783.3337 403.742.4427 403.442.3982 *OďŹ&#x20AC;er valid from August 1, 2013 until October 25, 2013. Dealers are free to set individual prices. Additional dealer fees may apply. Financing on approved John Deere Financial credit only. See dealer for details. Limited time oďŹ&#x20AC;er which may not be combined with other oďŹ&#x20AC;ers. Discounts or other incentives may be available for cash purchases. By selecting the purchase ďŹ nancing oďŹ&#x20AC;er, consumers may be forgoing such discounts and incentives which may result in a higher eďŹ&#x20AC;ective interest rate. 0% APR purchase ďŹ nancing for 60 months on new John Deere 2000 Series Compact Utility Tractors. Down payment may be required. Taxes, set-up, delivery, freight, preparation charges and a $50 documentation fee will apply. Representative Amount Financed: $10,000, at 0% APR, monthly payment is $166.67 for 60 months, total obligation is $10,000, cost of borrowing is $0. Monthly payments/cost of borrowing will vary depending on amount borrowed/down payment. MSRP cash price based on highest priced product in series: $19,461 (includes $50 documentation fee). Cost of borrowing based on Representative Amount Financed not MSRP cash price. Minimum ďŹ nance amount may be required; representative amount does not guarantee oďŹ&#x20AC;er applies. The charge for amounts past due is 24% per annum. **OďŹ&#x20AC;er valid from August 1, 2013 until October 25, 2013. Dealers are free to set individual prices. Additional dealer fees may apply. Financing on approved John Deere Financial credit only. See dealer for details. Limited time oďŹ&#x20AC;er which may not be combined with other oďŹ&#x20AC;ers. Discounts or other incentives may be available for cash purchases. By selecting the purchase ďŹ nancing oďŹ&#x20AC;er, consumers may be forgoing such discounts and incentives which may result in a higher eďŹ&#x20AC;ective interest rate. 0% APR purchase ďŹ nancing for 60 months on new John Deere 1 Series Sub-Compact Utility Tractors. Down payment may be required. Taxes, set-up, delivery, freight, preparation charges and a $50 documentation fee will apply. Representative Amount Financed: $10,000, at 0% APR, monthly payment is $166.67 for 60 months, total obligation is $10,000, cost of borrowing is $0. Monthly payments/cost of borrowing will vary depending on amount borrowed/down payment. MSRP cash price based on highest priced product in series: $13,411 (includes $50 documentation fee). Cost of borrowing based on Representative Amount Financed not MSRP cash price. Minimum ďŹ nance amount may be required; representative amount does not guarantee oďŹ&#x20AC;er applies. The charge for amounts past due is 24% per annum. â&#x20AC; Manufacturerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s estimate of power (ISO) per 97/68/EC. â&#x201E;˘Trademark of Cervus Equipment Corporation used under license by Cervus Ag Equipment LP.

2005 New Holland BR780 Round Baler New Ezee Feeder 70 Bushel; 2006 Polaris Hawkeye 350 4x4 clw tool box, 1060 miles - quad wagon; 2006 Swisher Z-Max Zero turn lawn mower 60â&#x20AC;? ride on 25 hp; 2001 Nissan Pathfinder 4x4 B.C. registered, farm vehicle for checking cattle, air, heater. CATTLE EQUIPMENT: New in 2013: UFA calf warmer; 4 mineral dispensers, bow and arrow - medication gun; 15 -10 ft. corral panels; 2 - 30 ft. calf shelters; 2- 16 ft. calf shelters; 5 - round bale feeders; 4- 25 ft. wind breaks; 3- 30 ft. line feeders (steel); New Gallagher Electric Fencer used two months, round plastic water tank, 300 gallon; 50 fence posts; 3 calf squeezes; head gate; 8 ft. slide-in steel stock racks; 15 rolls smooth wire for fencing; plastic lick tank; misc. vet supplies; 5 -30 ft. steel panels. SHOP TOOLS: Electric 295 welder with cables c/w helmet; Miller portable welder 250; 100 ft. new cables; New electro flash helmet; UFA calf table; Home-lite generator 4400 watt; Powermate 5000 watt generator; 2 fuel slip tanks; 1 yr. old Fill-Rite heavy duty fuel pump; shop vacuum; wheel barrel; pressure washer; shovels, rakes, hoes,; used gas furnace; drill fill (Blanchard); 10 used windows; plastic barrels; steel bench heavy; chop saw; 2 jackalls; air compressor; 2 chain saws; whipper snip per; chains; 2 push lawnmowers; air hose; tool boxes; tow ropes; 2 - 500 gallon fuel tanks; 1 - 300 gallon fuel tank; wagon wheels. FARM MACHINERY: 14 ft cultivator John Deere HD4 ram; 2 Morris seed-rite drills 10 ft.; harrow draw bars; yard drag harrows; 20 ft. deep HD cultivator; CCIL 30 ft., viber shank cultivator; Lindon post pounder; metal fertilizer box; 6 ft. rotary mower; 2 sliding shop doors; 20 older power poles; 200 pieces of 6 ft. Steel rod 3/4 inch. TERMS - CONDITIONS: This listing is a guide only. TERMS OF SALE: Cash or Cheque with proper ID. SALE MANAGED BY

BEN MEIER AUCTIONS PROVOST, ALTA. â&#x20AC;˘ 780-753-2550 lic. No.164303

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C O R O N AT I O N , A B .

Thirty-eight teams in Coronation golf tournament

Teams numbers entered in the two-day, three person mixed golf tournament in Coronation on Saturday and Sunday, August 31, September 1 topped out at 38 for five flights. Ryan Schedlosky took the championship flight with a total of 124 in 36 holes. Second was Justin Schedlosky with 125 and 3rd went to Blaine Brigley threesome with 126. In the remaining flights the first 18 holes was for establishing flights, the final 18 holes set the winners with ties being broke by playing an extra three holes or chipping. 2nd Flight: 1st - Karla Fleming (64); winning over Kelly Shaw (64) and 3rd - Bobby Williamson (65). 3rd Flight: 1st - Lee Kroeger (63); 2nd - Lindon Heidecker (66) and 3rd - Mark Chan (66). 4th Flight: 1st - JJ Adams (70); 2nd - Brooke Schedlosky (72) and 3rd - Carla Erickson (73). 5th Flight: 1st - Lyle Schaitel (74); 2nd - Ted McKenzie (74) and 3rd - Randy Cox (75).

Easton Cox teed up on Hole#1 on Sunday, September 1 in the 2-Day 3-Person Golf Tournament in Coronation. Thirty-eight threesomes played the annual two day tournament. Easton played with his parents, Brenda and Randy and took third place in the 5th Flight.


Coronation 3-lady best ball results Good-natured competition was par for the course on Saturday, August 24, as the ladies held their annual best ball tournament at the Coronation Golf Course. Twenty-three teams took to the green, with close scores resulting in several chip-offs to determine the winners Flight A: 1st Rae-Anne Stinson (67); 2nd - Brenda Wilson (68); and 3rd - Val Tym (90).


Flight B: 1st Deanne Bish (75); 2nd - Karen Williamson (77) and 3rd - Liz Adams (77). Flight C: 1st Lori Eno (83); 2nd - Joy Usselman

SPORT Shorts

• Dwight Perry of the Seattle Times: “Tom Brady was the top-earning player in New England last year, but he wasn’t even No. 1 in his own household. The financial scoreboard, according to Forbes magazine: Brady $38.3 million, supermodel wife Gisele Bündchen $42 million.” • Blogger TC Chong, from Texas A&M’s latest football injury report: “QB Johnny Manziel, questionable (writer’s cramp).” • British golf commentator Peter Alliss, in a John Huggan column in GolfWorld: “One good thing about rain in Scotland — most of it ends up as scotch.” • Blogger Bill Littlejohn, on Devin Hester of the Chicago Bears saying he has ‘one foot in the Hall of Fame’: “Clearly, the other one is in his mouth.” • RJ Currie of “Tim Tebow’s quarterback rating against Tampa Bay was 0.0. No wonder his coaches keep saying “Oh-Oh!” • Currie again: “My sister-in-law’s terrier will bark when it sees baseball on TV. Honest. Except when the Blue Jays are on; then it rolls over and plays dead.” • Brad Dickson of the Omaha World-Herald: “There are plans to make a movie based on the life of Kurt Warner. Because Warner was an NFL player who didn’t drink or chase women and was never arrested, it will be considered a sciencefiction film.” • Dickson again: “KISS has bought an Arena Football League team to be based in Los Angeles. It’ll be the first football team where the crazy, shirtless guys with face paint in the stands are the owners.” • Comedy writer Jim Barach: “The San Francisco Giants have paid $545,000 to clubhouse workers for violations of minimum wage, overtime and record keeping laws. Or as Tim Lincecum calls $545,000, the third inning.” • Headline at “Australian man runs a marathon a day for 20 months / Difficulty: He’s now 16,000 miles from home.” • Benjamin Hochman of the Denver Post, on Peyton Manning’s offensive arsenal: “The Broncos have three exclamation points at receiver and three question marks at running back.” • Comedy writer Alan Ray, on the Pirates landing outfielder Marlon Byrd and catcher John Buck in a trade: “The Mets get a top prospect and a player to be booed later.” • Dwight Perry again: “Into the The Name Certainly Fits club, let us welcome: Aaron Hernandez’s lawyer: Michael Fee.” • Scott Ostler of the San Francisco Chronicle, after Yankees manager Joe Girardi warned it could be “open season” on Alex Rodriguez: “Man, I hope A-Rod isn’t using that deerantler extract.” • Mike Bianchi of the Orlando Sentinel: “I’m not saying NFL owners are filthy rich, but after settling that concussion lawsuit with players for $765 million, they probably asked, ‘Would you like that in cash?’ “

(84); 3rd - Renee Greer (84) and 4th - Marion Endersby (84). Flight D: 1st - Nola Alderice (90); 2nd Jodi Shipton (90); 3rd Carol Heiderker (91) and 4th - Carol Lundy (91).

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• Jeoffrey 12 ft. d.t. cultivator. • JD 14 ft. double disc smooth blades. • Leon S45 air seeder tank w/ Lombardini 2 cylinder diesel engine, 16.5 X 16.1 tires. • Melroe 480 - 60 ft. hyd. tine harrow bar. • 35 ft. Flex harrows w/ hang up draw bar.

• 2000 Dodge Ram 2500 ext. cab truck, 2WD, loaded, 227,000 km, V10, automatic, new windshield & rear tires, 5th wheel hitch. • 2003 Chrysler PT cruiser, 129,900 km., loaded, manual, excellent condition. • 1992 GMC Sierra ½ ton truck, 193,400km. • 1988 Ford F250 truck 8L engine. ,manual, 4X4, duals, flat deck. 5th wheel ball hitch. • 1975 Ford LN750 3 ton grain truck w/ 18ft. wood box & hoist, 5 & 2 trans., newer motor.

SWATHING & HAYING • Massey Ferguson 4270 w/ 1048 SL FEL & grapple, joystick, 1997, MFWD, 99 hp, 4607 hrs. w/ recent $12,000 w/o @ Pentagon, 12 speed shuttle box trans., 3 pt. hitch, 540/1000 pto, 18.4 X 38 radial tires, 2 hyd’s, exc. cond. • Kubota B6100E tractor, 14hp, diesel, 3pt hitch.


• Highline 6600 Bale Pro bale processor, L.H. discharge, 1000 pto. • NH 358 mixermill. • Pearson cattle squeeze w/ self catch headgate & palpation cage. • Round bale feeders. • 2W Maternity pen w/ self catching head gate. • Scissors style head gate.• Steel bunk feeder. • (36) 2W 10 ft. corral panels. • (10) - Summerville 10 ft. corral panels. • (8) - Hi-Qual 10 ft. corral panels. • (4) - 2W Heavy duty 10 ft. corral panels. • (2) - 14 ft. Wood bunk feeders. • (2) - Plastic trough steel frame bunk feeders. • Edwards 50 head new stock waterer. • 300 Gal. galvanized water trough. • Roping and pleasure stock saddles. • Old saddle with steel tree. • Bridles, halters, blankets & assorted tack. • 8ft. Stock racks - fits in 1/2 or 3/4 ton truck box.


y • JD 535 round baler, 1992, 1000 pto. • 3 Pt. hitch 5 wheel hay rake. • Ajax stack mover, 12 ft. X 20 ft. • Versatile 4400 s/p swather 22’ DSA. • Versatile 400 s/p swather, cab, 18’ p/u reel. • Swather mover & roller.• NH hay conditioner.


• 2010 Husqvarna RZ 5424 zero turn lawn mower w/ 24 hp Kohler motor, 310 hours, 54” cut, super capacity rear bagger, extra set of mulching blades. • Husqvarna & Stihl gas powered weedeaters.

G.S.T. Will Be Charged Where Applicable

Auctioneers Dwayne Dunkle Cal Herder Kurt Cole AB License #209769

• Homemade 18 ft. gooseneck t/a stock trailer, center divider, escape door, electric brakes, newer 16” tires, oil bath bearings. • 14 ft. Flatdeck t/a trailer w/ 4 ft. sides, loading ramps, bumper hitch. • 15 ft. Flat deck trailer, tilt deck.

RECREATION • 1998 Honda Shadow Aero motorbike, 40,000km. • 1981 Honda Goldwing GL1100 motorbike, 71,825km • 2006 Panterra 250 2wd quad, only 117 km. • 1997 Yamaha Big Bear quad, 4 X 4, winch. • Echo 14 ft. deep V aluminium fishing boat w/ 20 hp Mercury outboard motor, swivel seats, anchor, life jackets, & Sprint boat trailer. • 15’ Boat, w/ 50 hp Mercury o/b motor & trailer. • 1975 Vanguard 11.5’ camper w/ hyd. jacks.


• Steel package for 30 ft. X 70 ft. Cover-All shelter, no end walls. • Spray-Air truck mount sprayer w/ 350 gal. poly tank w/ Honda 4 hp. motor, 20’ spray path, wand. • Metal clad 3 ton hopper bottom supplement bin. • 1000 Bushel round plywood bin. • Allied 8” X 40 ft. pto grain auger. • Brandt 8” X 40ft. & Allied 6” X 27ft. grain augers. • 500 Gal.fuel tanks w/ hoses, nozzles & stands. • 500 Gal galvanized water tank w/ baffle. • 500 Gal. sprayer tank on t/a cart. • 1250 Gal. plastic water tank. • Garden shed. • 1500 Gal. round poly tank w/ open top. • 4ft. X 11ft. Utility trailer. • 6ft. X 6ft. Utility trailer. • Agri-Fab 4 ft. utility trailer, flotation tires w/ self dumping plastic box. • Devilbiss upright air compressor, 6.5hp, 60 gal. • Devilbiss air compressor, 4 hp. 30 gal. tank. • 1974 - 1980 Skidoo parts catalogs. • Clarke wire feed welder. • Metal tool cabinet. • Makita ½” drill. • Drill press. • Parts washer. • Sandblaster. • Bench grinder. • Buffing wheel. • Motorcycle/ATV jack. • Floor jack. • Air tools. • Wolf valve resurfacer. • Valve seat cutter kit. • Variety of specialty tools for small engine repair. • Dewalt 10” radial arm saw. • Steel office desk. • 2” Banjo pump w/ 5hp motor.• Filing cabinets. • 1.5” Water pump w/ 3hp motor. • (4)-P225-60-R16 tires.• P265-75-R16LT tires. • Assort. of electric fencers, solar, 110V, 12V. • ±15 - Lengths of 30 ft. 2Д steel pipe. • Qty. of pipe & steel rods w/ various lengths. • Assort. of new fall & winter jackets - various sizes. • Variety of household / kitchenware items. • Plus more items too numerous to list.

Auctioneer`s Note: Duane & Marguerite are relocating to Lacombe to pursue other interests. There is a nice variety of items UP4BIDS for various farming & acreage needs. For more info. call Duane @ (403) 740-3223 or Dunkle Auctions @ 1-(877)UP4BIDS (874-2437).

This List Subject to Additions and Deletions

BOX 545 CASTOR, ALBERTA Sale Site/Sale Day:(403) 575-5388 & 740-6251 Tel & Fax: 1-(877) 874-2437(UP4BIDS)

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