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Paintearth 4-H Beef Club members and Castor cousins Kallista Doolaege (left) and Cassandra Doolaege entered the grand and reserve champions, respectively, at the Coronation District 4-H Show and Sale on June 4 at Consort Sportex. ECA Review/J. MacNeil
All in the family for 4-H champions John MacNeil
Review Reporter As always, it was a family affair for the Doolaege clan last week at the Coronation District 4-H Show and Sale in Consort. Castor cousins and Paintearth 4-H Beef Club members Kallista (Kalli) Doolaege and Cassandra (Cassie) Doolaege were in the winners’ circle June 4 as the two-day show closed at Consort Sportex. Kallista earned top honours for the grand champion steer, while Cassandra entered the reserve champion steer. Both girls are 15 years old and Grade 9 students at Theresetta Catholic School in Castor. “I was surprised,” Kallista said minutes after receiving the grand-champion award. “When we had all 20 steers in (the show ring), I didn’t know. I had no idea (who might win). They all looked really good.” And they were entertaining, too.
Cadets ..................................... 2 Castor news.............................. 3 Stettler news .........................3, 7 Sports................................. 5, 14 Obituaries .................7, 8 and 15 Agriculture ...................... 15 - 18 Classiﬁeds/Career............ 19 - 21 Hughenden school news ....... 20 Alix Museum .......................... 20 Real Estate/Homes ................. 22 Letter to the Editor ................. 23
“Extremely intense,” a smiling Cassandra said of her entry. “My calf wouldn’t really stand good, but it was fun. A cool experience.” Along with Paintearth, clubs represented at the district show were Altario, Brownfield, Coronation and the host Consort 4-H Beef Club. On three occasions in his closing remarks, the judge complimented the finalists for raising “just an outstanding set of steers.” The 4-H members were rewarded for doing their homework. “I brushed my calf every night after school, for the past three months,” Cassandra said. “Mostly when the snow starts to melt, then you can be out there easier, because it’s not as cold.” Kallista added: “Whenever you have a second, or 10 minutes or so, you just go out there.” The Doolaege cousins, whose birthdays
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are just a month apart, farm south of Castor. Both have had siblings involved in 4-H, as well as cousins from Consort. Kallista and Cassandra have been active in 4-H for six years, since they were in Grade 4. They say it’s taught them even more than the tricks of the agricultural trade. “With 4-H, the motto is Learn to do by Doing,” said Kallista, whose school activities include badminton. “Your parents can’t help you, so you have to do it all by yourself at the show, for sure. “In public-speaking, I got third in regionals this year. You learn so much from (that experience). It’s really annoying to write the speech, but it pays off in the end.” Kallista followed older brothers Benjamin and Matthew into 4-H. Matthew has since graduated, but he was back at the show last week to offer his support, as was eldest sibling Cody and his wife.
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Cassandra’s 4-H family includes older sister Riki and younger brothers Spencer and Kelton. Cassandra is also busy on the sports front. She plays hockey, club volleyball and multiple school sports — basketball, badminton and volleyball. She still finds time for 4-H, and enjoys the camaraderie among members. “You get a lot of friendships, there’s camps, and public-speaking is really good,” Cassandra said. “Even just learning to do the books and taming a calf, you learn all that.” The Doolaege girls said they didn’t necessarily have names for their calves, but were open to suggestions. Kallista chose Fred as a moniker for her grand champion. Barney — Fred’s buddy in the Flintstones — might be a good bet for Cassandra’s reserve champion.
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Cadets take flight after turbulent year John MacNeil
during a trying year for the squadron. “For the two years that I have been involved with the squadron, they have been doing leadership beyond their actual rank, beyond their training level, because their squadron has been in a flux, in a (state of) change, and they’ve done a lot,” he said. “I’m very proud to have them as my cadet leaders.
“That’s the good thing about cadets — we provide the opportunities for challenge, and cadets meet it and exceed it, always.” Five of the cadets are off to summer camps, where they expect to develop more leadership qualities, Ricard said. “We as a village teach cadets … so they can go on to become great Canadians.” Ricard thanked the Royal
When the Royal Canadian Air Cadets marched Saturday, June 7, in Coronation for their annual ceremonial review, the 572 squadron did so as survivors. The former Castor squadron overcame a four-month hiatus and a transfer to its new base in Coronation, so there was plenty of relief and pride evident as the young cadets paraded in style at the Coronation Community Centre. “This squadron has had many challenges,” said Capt. Phil Ricard, the retiring commanding officer. “The cadets did their year’s work in about four months. “I’m very proud of these young ladies and gentlemen, for the fact that they have endured. Because it’s definitely a challenge when you cease operations and then have to start up again. They actually made up for the training time that was lost. We did it on weekends and by compressing the lessons so that they could complete their training. The kids were absolutely fantastic.” The revamped group serves air cadets in Byemoor, Castor, Coronation, Consort wilfred Sieger, 91, of Coronation reviews the 572 squadron of the royal and Veteran. Representatives from those Canadian air Cadets during their annual ceremonial review on June 7 at the communities and family members ECA Review/J. MacNeil attended Saturday’s formal ceremony and Coronation Community Centre. a banquet afterward. One of the special guests was reviewing officer Wilfred Sieger, a lifetime member Jake Hayworth, of the Royal Canadian Legion and a resident of Coronation. Cat Gemme, Kaitlin Walters, Megan Emmett “I’d really like to compliment you on a job well done,” Sieger told the cadets. “You were way sharper than I expected.” Family Haircare, Pedicures, Waxing, Sieger, 91, was 18 when he joined the Gel Nails, Eyelash & Eyebrow Tinting, Royal Canadian Air Force. 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squadron, but we made it.” Ricard turns 65 this month, so he’s stepping aside as the commanding officer. “I have to get out of this blue uniform … but I will be here with a blue blazer, with a pin on it,” joked Ricard, who lives in Forestburg. He said he would offer assistance to the new commanding officer, but not interfere with the operations of the squadron training. the
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Castor steps up to plate in fight against abuse John MacNeil
“It happens out here,” Beebe said during a kickoff news conference in Castor. “Lots of our clients are from County of Paintearth and Special Area 2. “So Rhonda’s idea to raise
Stettler, said Beebe, whose husband Fraser has walked in women’s high-heel shoes in each of Castor plans to take a step in the those communities. right direction in the fight against That’s the gist of the fundraiser, sexual abuse and family violence. during which men are asked to The community hosts its walk a mile in a pair of first Castor Walk a Mile in women’s shoes. Her Shoes on Friday, June It’s not an easy task, 20, to raise money in supbut the experience also port of the Association of proves to be enterCommunities Against taining, the organizers Abuse. said. “I think awareness is a “Well, you’ve got to go big thing, and for people to with however it’ll fit in,” realize that (abuse) is an Steinwand said. issue and that there is help,” “However it brings it to said Castor walk organizer the forefront, then it’s a Rhonda Steinwand, a nurse good thing.” at Our Lady of the Rosary Steinwand’s husband Hospital. Ewald has participated “And it’s not just in the in similar walks in city. It’s in the rural areas, Drumheller and Stettler. Sporting red, high-heel shoes they plan to wear in Castor’s too. I’ve nursed for years, The Castor committee first walk a Mile in Her Shoes on June 20 are (from left) and I’m more involved in is still in search of parthe outreach. I think it’s ticipants, with 15 men Fraser beebe, Max Schaffner, Gilbert Paradis and randy really important to try to confirmed as of June 9. Kary. the fundraiser is in support of the Association of keep these (support) ser“If I had five, that was Communities Against Abuse. ECA Review/J. MacNeil vices out in rural areas.” great, so however many,” Judi Beebe, the executiveSteinwand said. “I’d still director of east-central like to get the RCMP — Alberta’s far-reaching awareness out in this area, about working on it.” Communities Against Abuse, said those issues, is a great idea.” Max Schaffner, just one year out sexual abuse and family violence The symbolic walk has been an of high school, is among those aren’t foreign words in homes effective fundraiser in communiplanning to walk in Castor. along and off Highway 12. ties like Camrose, Drumheller and “That means a lot — to have
Town joins effort to upgrade Stettler hospital By Lisa Joy
Review Reporter Recognizing the need to improve Stettler’s increasingly busy hospital, town councillors agreed to spend $6,000 for about a $13,000 blueprint mapping the facility’s future growth. “This is one of our high priorities,” said Coun. Will Brown at the June 3 regular meeting. A group, with one shared goal, has joined and become proactive instead of waiting for Alberta Health Services (AHS) to step up to the plate. It consists of the Stettler Health Services Foundation, the County of Stettler and the Town of Stettler. Leona Thorogood, chair of the Stettler Health Services Foundation and former Stettler town councillor, told council the only way to make the upgrades at the hospital happen is to work together as a community. “My hope is that as a community, we can jointly go forward with this and say ‘All right AHS, here is what we as a community see this hospital developing into, the improvements we would like to see, will you come
on board with us?’ “Stettler is growing and becoming the centre for health-care services for many surrounding communities, prompting
the need for upgrades. “We have gone past the point of we just need something,” Thorogood said. JLT Management
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some of these young guys step up and do that,” Steinwand said. “There’s a few farmers, there’s an electrician, there’s the pharmacist here, so it’s a variety of guys.” The walk begins shortly after the registration, which is set for 11:30 a.m. in the vacant lot across from the library on main street. The Association of Communities covers a wide area in east-central Alberta. “We’re Stettler-based, but we cover from south of Drumheller north to
Vegreville, Highway 21 to the Saskatchewan border, so we cover a large area,” Beebe said. “Last year, we saw about 140 clients in therapy, and we were in 23 different schools doing preventive education programs with kids.” Anyone interested in participating in the Castor walk, or helping with fundraising, is asked to contact Mandy at 403822-2115, Rhonda at 403-822-2483 or Judi at 403-742-3558. Advertorial
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Bulls keep on rolling atop bantam AA level Coach Graham Schetzsle and his East Central bulls are riding high in provincial bantam AA baseball, leading their baseball Alberta division with an 8-1 record. ECA Review/J. MacNeil
Review Reporter The East Central Bulls are stomping on their opponents in provincial bantam AA baseball. In the first weekend of Round 2 action, the Veteran-based Bulls won all three of their games in Red Deer last weekend. They’re atop the Baseball Alberta bantam AA standings with an 8-1 record. “We’d certainly be well on our way to qualifying for Tier 1, which is certainly one of our goals,” said Bulls coach Graham Schetzsle. “The second weekend of Round 2
is (June 21 and 22), and then after that, they’ll have the tiers pretty much set, so in Round 3, Tier 1 teams will just play Tier 1 teams.” The Bulls, a select team stretching from Oyen in the east to Daysland in the west, have showed their mettle against AA opponents in the early part of the season. Their lone AA loss was a 10-7 setback against the Red Deer Braves on May 25. This past weekend, East Central rebounded from a 9-1 deficit to defeat Okotoks Outlaws Orange 11-9 in their final game Sunday. In other action at Red Deer’s Great Chief Park, the Bulls beat
Lacombe Dodgers White 17-10 on Sunday after topping the Strathmore Reds 14-4 on Saturday. “The scores against Strathmore and Lacombe were both one-sided, but the games were a lot closer than the scores indicated,” Schetzsle said. “Okotoks had us down 9-1 at the end of four (innings), but we came back and won 11-9, so that was a good win. “Sometimes scoring runs, for us, is a struggle. I guess it’s hard to say that when we’ve just scored 11 and 17 and 14, but it feels like we have a hard time scoring runs, at times. Our pitching has been solid. Our defence has been pretty good, but I
Steering committee holding meetings Cont’d from Pg 3 Jerri Taylor, principal of JLT Management Consulting, in her proposal identifies the priorities including enhancing the second operating room (OR) and the labour and delivery suite, as well as expanding the emergency room and laboratory and diagnostic imaging lab. The steering committee is holding meetings now until mid September. About five stakeholder meetings are planned until the end of June. The information will be collected by mid July with a draft report ready by the beginning of September. Once the blueprint is finished the group will take it to AHS. “We don’t want to come with our hand out, we want to come with a plan,” said Thorogood. “We are not going to get new walls, we are not going to expand that hospital right now but we can make some changes right now.” She said even though AHS might not be able to fund 100 per cent of upgrades and expansions to hospitals throughout the province, if communities step
up with plans AHS may jump on board. “I’m hoping we are a pioneer in this. There are no guarantees we can do it.” Thorogood said there were more than 170 babies delivered last year, as of March 31.
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expect it’ll get better.” Damon Zimmer of Daysland started Saturday’s game against Strathmore, and Paul Georget of Stettler finished the job. In Sunday’s opener against Lacombe, Carver Zimmer of Coronation was the starter in a game in which the Bulls rallied from a 10-8 deficit to win 17-10. Brandon Buxton of Amisk got the win in relief. “In the last game, Brendan Logan (of Oyen) started and didn’t have his best stuff, and we played somewhat poorly behind him, and that contributed to the 9-1 deficit,” Schetzsle said. “And then, Gavin Logan (of Oyen) came in and pitched very well and shut them down for the last four innings. It gave us a chance to come back and win.” Offensively, “Josh Fawcett (of Consort) had a really good weekend,” Schetzsle reported. “He probably went about 8-for-10 on the weekend.” It was a long weekend for three members of the Coronation Royals club team who also play with the bantam AA Bulls. After playing three games with the Bulls, the trio — Nick Brigley, Robby Gilbertson and Carver Zimmer — returned home for a Sunday night game at Burma Park between Coronation and Czar, the team
otherwise known as MCHA (Metiskow, Czar, Hughenden and Amisk). The Bulls are off this weekend before heading to Calgary the following weekend (June 21 and 22) to finish Round 2 action.
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In the past month, the Bulls also played in two AAA tournaments at St. Albert and Sherwood Park, respectively, and though they finished with a 1-6 combined record, they gained valuable lessons along the way. “Two of those games got out of hand, but the other five games were within one or two runs,” Schetzsle said. “Of course, we got the one victory in St. Albert. So, we went 1-6 against AAA competition in the two tournaments, but they were very competitive games.” At the Dave (Doc) Plotsky Memorial tournament in Sherwood Park on the opening weekend of June, the Bulls went 0-4 in the AAA division. “We lost 2-0 and 4-3 and 7-5 in extra innings, and the other game was a 2-0 game going into the seventh and then we gave up a whole bunch of runs,” Schetzsle said. “But the point being, we were in every game. (Each) was a nail-biter, and we just couldn’t get over the hump and get a win.”
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ECA Review Journalist June 6, 2014. It was 70 years since 10,000 lives were sacrificed on the beaches of Normandy, France. D-day, as it is known, was the turning point for Allied forces, but came with a great loss of life. Ceremonies on June 6 were to remember and honour those who fought and died. Unfortunately, the labourious, pompous ceremonies that played out that day seemed more about showcasing current world leaders than actually honouring the D-Day veterans who were present. First, the ceremony started an hour late because the world leaders were tardy getting away from their luncheon. The veterans were marched out to sit on chairs under the heat of the afternoon sun and more waiting ensued. Finally, leaders started to arrive, but it took another hour to complete their staged intervals of arrival and parade to their seats. Unlike the veteran chairs, these world leaders were seated under cover. Thankfully, umbrellas were eventually brought out to shade the veterans, who were in their late 80s and early 90s. Only three leaders, representing France, the U.S. and the Commonwealth, actually took the time to shake the hands of each veteran. A few gave them a salute, some nodded and amazingly some walked by without as much as a cursory acknowledgement. It should have been the reverse. All the world leaders, with the exception of Queen Elizabeth who served in the British Army during the Second World War as a truck driver, should have been walked in as a group to sit in the sun as each war veteran was given individual acknowledgement and seated in the place of honour. But why should this come as a surprise? Politicians are very good at starting wars, glamourizing past victories, spending tax dollars on weapons of war, but have little time for defeat and damaged or retired soldiers. Prime Minister Stephen Harper joined other world leaders in making themselves the most important part of D-Day celebrations in France. And at home, suicides, lawsuits and anguished spouses pleading for help have become all too common. Then there’s the bitterness surrounding the elimination of veterans’ pensions. The Conservative government took away pensions for veterans and replaced it with a one-time lump-sum payment. Yet that same prime minister, minister of veterans’ affairs and Conservative MPs, who eliminated veterans’ pensions, have kept their own gold-plated, indexed-for-life pensions that max out after eight, short, cushy years in Ottawa! It’s hypocrisy at the highest level. It’s distasteful and disgraceful. Harper and company, man-up! If you’re going to take away pensions from our veterans, then take away your pension, too, and accept a lump-sum payment instead. What’s good enough for our veterans is certainly more than enough for a politician!
Prentice’s foggy fiscal policies by Derek Fildebrandt, Alberta director of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation If the pollsters are right (and the last election showed they’re not always) Jim Prentice will be elected PC leader and premier of Alberta. However, thus far, his public pronouncements on fiscal policy have been as clear as mud. Some digging into these details and clarification from Prentice himself are seemingly warranted. Prentice has made four significant promises so far, as it relates to how he intends to spend your money: 1. No more entitlements; 2. A return to clear and transparent accounting for the province’s budget; 3. Cap the provincial debt; and 4. Did I mention no more entitlements? Let’s start with No. 1, “No more entitlements.” After fighting the government tooth and nail, Alison Redford agreed to open the books on MLA expenses to the public. After her South Africa junket, she might regret that decision, but it was nonetheless the right thing to do. In May 2010, Jim Prentice was quoted in the Calgary Sun opposing the public disclosure of MP expenses, or even allowing the Auditor General to look at them. He preferred instead that they be kept secret and just reviewed by other MPs sitting on the Board of Internal Economy. Since 2010, Mike Duffy and Alison Redford made clear why we need both the public disclosure of politicians’ expenses, and the need for the Auditor General to investigate them. This isn’t to say that Mr. Prentice has any foul expense claims of his own, but it does put him on the wrong side of the transparency argument, and at odds
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“eliminate” it. Alberta’s debt stands at $9.4 billion right now and will grow to $21 billion by 2016, eating up $1.4 billion in interest payments annually. Prentice’s promise to “cap” the debt still involves growing the debt, but eventually putting a lid on it, at some point, which will be discussed later. As the man himself said, “The numbers that I have seen on the existing infrastructure plan are in the vicinity of $20 billion, but until I’m at the table, and can scrutinize it and prioritize the plan, I don’t know if that will be the number or not.” Bold words. We also don’t know at what point he would put a ceiling on the debt. It makes no difference, because debt ceilings (or caps) are worthless promises to limit how much we stick it to the next generation. The U.S. Congress has raised its own debt ceiling 12 times over the past 12 years. Like Pringles, once you pop, you can’t stop. Jim Prentice’s campaign looks suspiciously like those of former PC leadership frontrunners Jim Dinning and Gary Mar; risk averse, full of vague commitments and carefully scripted talking points intended to please everyone. Mr. Prentice is still a bet worth mortgaging your house to win the PC leadership and he may well turn out to be a decent premier, but Albertans deserve more than opaque platitudes. They deserve solid commitments based upon deeply held principles that should be at the root of public service. Mr. Prentice should put some meat on the bones of his promises to give substance to those willing to take a bite.
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with his own campaign commitment to “No more entitlements.” Promise No. 2: A return to clear and transparent accounting for the province’s budget. The Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) has crusaded against Finance Minister Doug Horner’s funny-money budgetary accounting for almost two years now, which allowed the PCs to take billions in capital spending off of the books and claim that they were running a surplus, when in fact they were spending billions more than they were collecting in revenue. Horner insisted that the CTF was intentionally misleading the public when we checked his math and produced a single, consolidated deficit number for Albertans to chew on. Fast forward to June 2014. Jim Prentice has promised to bring back a single, consolidated deficit number with no funny business. Doug Horner managed to change his tune, “If you want to get rid of the confusion and you just want to have one number, fine, let’s just have one number.” Maybe he just didn’t like the CTF’s tone, but hey, a win is a win. Prentice is onto something here, and Horner must know it. Albertans don’t believe the government’s math anymore, and neither does the Auditor General. Prentice has yet to reveal how he will do the math on this new consolidated deficit number, and we may not know until he brings down his first budget as premier. Nonetheless, it’s a positive promise that we will hold him to. Promise No. 3: “Cap the debt.” Prentice’s promise to cap Alberta’s debt is both wrong and vague. Alberta doesn’t need to “cap” its debt. Alberta needs to “stop” taking on more debt, and then
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Stettler skate park no longer a pipe dream By Lisa Joy
Skateparks Ltd. out of Langley, B.C. Construction is expected to begin this week. Since the skate park association’s last meeting with the town, they have raised another $20,900 and expect another $10,000 in donations (John’s Men’s Wear, $5,000), CJ Oilfield Construction, $1,000, and Rotary Club of Stettler, $4,500). The skate park will be constructed on town land near the spray park behind the Stettler Recreation Centre.
Review reporter Cheers and loud applause rang out from residents gathered in the Town of Stettler’s gallery after town council unanimously approved the $402,600 design and construction of a heart-shaped skate park for the community. “Let the digging begin,” Deputy Mayor Malcolm Fischer said at the town’s regular meeting June 3. The Skate Park Association already has $338,425 for the project. The town has committed $100,000 from its 2014 capital budget and $75,000 from its reserves. The County of Stettler has agreed to $30,000 in funding. Combined fundraising and a Community Facility Enhancement Program (CFEP) grant generates $133,425 for the park. The association had a $29,675 deficit after the price for the design came in higher than expected from New Line
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Hospitable home included magic bottomless coffee pot Mary Dorothy Gilbertson passed away peacefully June 1, six days short of her 81st birthday. She was able to do so in her own home with her loving family by her side. Mary was born June 7, 1933, in Bodo, AB, to Simon and Stephania Kozlinski, the youngest of six children. Growing up, Mary enjoyed gardening, cards, dancing and attending rodeos. It was during a dance that she met Jim Gilbertson. Later, they were married. Into the union came Dwaine and in subsequent years, five more children were born: Cody, Kathy, Shane, Tami and Roxanne. Jim and Mary Gilbertson lived on the original Gilbertson homestead just south of Silver Heights, where they continued to operate a mixed farm until the early 1990s. Mary spent many hours enjoying her gardening and beautifying her yard. There was never a bad garden, year after year, every type of flower, vegetable, fruit and tree could be found. Farm hands never went hungry or thirsty with Mary there. The coffee pot seemed bottomless and welcoming for the many visitors who were bound to pass through for food, coffee and a laugh. Unfortunately, their farming life came to a close due to Jim’s failing health, leading Mary to begin their next chapter in Coronation. Mary spent many hours at the hospital until Jim’s death in 2001. Being in Coronation did bring some happiness in the form of wonderful
friendships, having Frances Forrest right next door. Many 2 a.m. card games continued despite the location change, and the “magic” bottomless coffee pot continued to remain. Even after her hip replacement, which had slowed her down, she was sure to keep the yard up to her standards by spending many hours beautifying. She won Communities in Bloom awards for her efforts. She was very involved with her family and taught them many unconventional and sometimes inappropriate lessons. The whole family embraced this, and it was meant with whole-hearted love. She maintained her unique disposition into her final moments, with her own brand of colourful humour, renewing our good moods. It’s with great sorrow, and woven with many fond memories, that we say farewell to a wonderful, caring, and generous mother, grandmother and greatgrandmother. She will be forever in our hearts, and will continue to live on through each and every one of us.
Dwaine (Darlene) Saar, sons Nathan (Susanne) Natalie and Stephen. Cody (Jeorgen) Gilbertson and family, Jason, Jody, Kevin and Kimberly. Kathy (Ron) Andrews and children Keegan, Logan and Colin. Shane (Angie) Gilbertson and family Tori- London, Jordyn, Lanny (Kona) Destenay and Theoren.
Troy (Brenda) Shanice, Keannah, Daylun, Landon, Nick, Addyson, Jase, Bobby and Robby. Marylou-An. Tami (Darvy) Gilbertson and family Travis, Bryce and Austin. Roxanne Shaw and Ken Shaw and family Garrett and Brittany (Jeremy). Brother: Don (Marge). Sister-in-law and brother-in-law Bea (Bill) Lindmark and Jean Gilbertson. Numerous nieces, nephews, and many dear friends.
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The family of Mary Gilbertson would like to thank everyone for the flowers, cards, phone calls, food, donations, and loving words of support. Your care and thoughtfulness has helped us all through this difficult time. We are grateful to the doctors, nurses and all staff at Coronation Hospital for their care. The family would like to express additional gratitude to Brenda Smith for going above and beyond. We would like to thank Rev. Sue Hertell for the beautiful service, Heather Caseley from Coronation Funeral Home, Frances Forrest for kind words, Coronation Lunch Committee for the nice lunch, Barbie Berg and Margaret Evans for their musical talent. Thank-you to everyone who has made the loss of such an amazing woman easier on us.
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING VILLAGE OF YOUNGSTOWN PROPOSED BYLAW NO. 14-702 PROPOSED LAND USE BYLAW DATE: July 8, 2014 TIME: 7 PM PLACE: Youngstown Village Office PURPOSE: In accordance with Section 692 of the Municipal Government Act RSA 2000, Ch. M-26: 1. The Council of the Village of Youngstown to consider a Land Use Bylaw No. 14-702 to replace the Land Use Bylaw No. 98-667 and all amendments thereto The purpose of the Land Use Bylaw is to prohibit or regulate and control the use and development of land and buildings within the Village of Youngstown to achieve the orderly and economic development of land, and for that purpose, amongst other things: • divide the Village into land use districts; • prescribe and regulate for each district the purposes for which land and buildings may be used; • establish the office of the development authority; • establish a method of making decisions on applications for development permits including the issuing of a development permit; • prescribe a procedure to notify owners of land likely to be affected by the issue of a development permit. REPRESENTATION: Oral or written comments and suggestions are invited and should be addressed to the point of proposed Bylaw. They may be made by any person or group of persons or a person acting on their behalf, who claims to be affected by the proposed Bylaw, and from any other persons whom, at the meeting, the Council of the Village of Youngstown agrees to hear. Written submissions may be made by the persons listed above, and must be received in the Village Office by 4:00 P.M. on July 2, 2014. Oral presentations may be made at the hearing by the persons above, whether or not they have made a written presentation. The time limit of oral presentations is subject to the direction of the Chairman. DOCUMENTATION: Copies of the proposed Land Use Bylaw are available for inspection by the public at the Village of Youngstown Office during regular office hours. This notice is given pursuant to the Municipal Government Act. 1st Publication: 2nd Publication:
June 12, 2014 June 19, 2014
Emma Garlock CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
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During construction of ATCO Electric’s EATL, materials are often stored along the line’s right-of-way.
EATL Project Route
14062OA0 In the Forestburg area, EATL construction is taking place between Sec. Hwy. 855 and RR 152. South of Galahad, construction heads east toward Halkirk Hwy. 36 and continues south along Hwy. 36, across Sec. Hwy. 599 west of Castor and south, across Twp. Rd. 360.
Plan to attend a Public Consultation Session for the North Saskatchewan Regional Plan. We’re looking for your feedback and input on a vision for the region and about the challenges and opportunities you see for the fast growing North Saskatchewan Region. Come join the conversation. It’s about your land, your plan, your future.
Wednesday, June 18 Killam Community Hall: 4929 50th St
Be alert in construction areas and abide by the posted speed limits and safety warnings.
Please be cautious when travelling along the EATL right-of-way and be aware of construction-related traffic on nearby roads.
Daytime workshop: 9:30 am – 2:30 pm Afternoon/evening open session: 4:30 pm – 7:30 pm Please RSVP for the daytime workshop at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 780-917-8544.
Learn more at landuse.alberta.ca
To learn about the EATL’s Crop Protection Plan and ATCO Electric’s equipment cleaning practices, visit the website at http://www.atcoelectric.com. Contact the EATL project team toll free at: 1-866-650-2463/email: email@example.com
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Wheel of a Deal Section Hanna cruises toward drag-race weekend All roads lead to Hanna for the annual Hanna Cruisers drag races on June 21 and 22. Racers from all parts of Alberta are expected for the races at the Hanna Airport strip. For $10 a day, spectators can watch drag races at noon on Saturday and Sunday, with time trials at 9 a.m. each day. The Cruisers have packed other activities into an eventful weekend. On Saturday, a car show is set for 11 a.m., while the kids’ area, a money pit and monster truck rides are a go for the entire weekend. An estimated 200 cars are expected for the drag races on the 1/8th-mile course. Cars ranging from Sportsmen to Super Pro are among the classes featured. Sportsmen races pit cars you might see on the street, while the Pro bracket features cars with modified engines. Super Pro cars are those designed strictly for races, with power to reach more than 100m/hr in six seconds. Also hosting the drag races is the Calgary Drag Racing Association, which is a group of Super Pro racers locked in a points race during the weekend. For people interested in registering their car for the event, the entry fee for the car show is $15. The race participants are divided by age: for the junior racers (13-15) and high school (16-17) entries, the cost is $25 per day. For adults, it’s $50 per day. There’s also a $5 fee for adding pit members beyond the initial one.
Taylor Nichols and Derrick Van Hienen (foreground) check out the selection at the annual Castor Gun Show June 7 and 8 at the Castor Community Hall. ECA Review/J. MacNeil
New racers are encouraged to attend a Saturday clinic on how the races work and for car testing, Racers can get their car checked over, beginning at 7 p.m. Racers are expected to have their car on the grounds at 8 a.m. on both Saturday and Sunday for tech inspection prior to the 9 a.m. time trials. A participant supper is planned for 6 p.m. Saturday,
and the Elks Racers breakfast is at 8 a.m. Sunday. Riders will receive a ballot that will enter them into a draw to receive a barbecue. A limited number of entries will be accepted. Racers are asked to pre-register on hannacruiser.com or email Bill Cooper (brassjr@yahoo. com) or Joe Schnurer (btbh@ live.ca). Advertorial
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Town of Castor Coun. Richard Elhard and grandson Duncan Renschler, 12, look over hunting equipment last weekend at the Castor Gun Show at the Castor Community Hall. ECA Review/J. MacNeil
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2014 USED EQUIPMENT FOR SALE Unit #52-025 – 1984 Superior F700 Fire Truck Serial #1FDPF70K5EVA15865; 291,297 KM. – Provost M.D. Shop For more information, please contact Wayne MacLean @ 780-753-0726 or Raina Laye @ 780-753-2168 Tenders for any or all of the above units are to be submitted in a sealed envelope, clearly marked “M.D. of Provost 2014 Equipment Disposal Tender #2” addressed to: Tyler Lawrason, Administrator M.D. Administration Office, Box 300; 4504 – 53rd Avenue, Provost, Alberta T0B 3S0 Tenders are to be submitted not later than 12:00 noon on Wednesday, June 11th, 2014. No faxes accepted for tenders. Faxed amendments will be accepted as long as the original tender is not disclosed. The M.D. reserves the right to reject any or all bids submitted or any part and the highest of any bid will not necessarily be accepted. Please include G.S.T. in the quote. A decision will be made on Thursday June 12th, 2014.
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The Estate of David Young Compeer, AB | June 16, 2014 · 10 am
burma Park Sports weekend attracted baseball teams from multiple levels June 7 and 8. rookie teams with players nine and under beat the heat Sunday afternoon. (above left) ally Shaw, Coronation. (above right) Cole Kubinchak, Coronation. (below left) layton Huber, brownfield. (below) liam Stannard, Coronation. ECAReview/J.MacNeil
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1996 CASE IH 2188
2012 FORD F150 4X4
1979 VERSATILE 835
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Directions: From COMPEER, AB, go 4.8 km (3 miles) West on Hwy 12 to Rge Rd 13, yard on South side of Hwy 12 OR From CONSORT, AB, go 58 km (36 miles) East on Hwy 12 to Rge Rd 13, yard on South side of Hwy 12. GPS: 51.851576, -110.074256
1983 Case 4490 4WD, s/n 08861561, 12 spd, diff lock, 4 hyd outlets, 1000 PTO, 18.4x34, 7905 hrs showing. 1979 Versatile 835 4WD, s/n 034801, 12 spd, diff lock, 4 hyd outlets, 18.4x38, 8252 hrs showing. Case 1070 2WD, 8 spd, cab, 2 hyd outlets, 540/1000 PTO, rear wheel weights, 10.00x16 F, 20.8x38 R.
(above) Jarek Sopracolle of the Coronation royals delivers a pitch during Sunday night’s bantam game against MCHa at burma Park. ECAReview/J.MacNeil
(left) nick brigley of the Coronation royals is the picture of cool at shortstop during Sunday night’s bantam baseball game at burma Park. the royals lost to MCHa (Metiskow, Czar, Hughenden and amisk). ECAReview/J.MacNeil
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2010 Case IH WD1203 30 Ft, s/n YAG663001, DH302 Westfield MK100-61 10 In. x 61 Ft Mechanical Swing hdr, s/n YAZB01026, factory transport, P/U reel, F&A, dbl knife Auger, s/n 167518, 540 PTO, hyd lift, dbl flighting swing. drive,dbl swath, 14Lx16.1SL F, 18.4x26 R, 932 hrs showing. Sakundiak HD8-1600 8 In. x 53 Ft, s/n 53995, 540 PTO. TRUCKS Sakundiak HD7-45 7 In. x 45 Ft, s/n 34637, Honda 1983 Ford 800 S/A Flatbed, s/n 1FDPN80K5DVA3686, GX630, gas, elec start. Lima 429, 235 hp, 5 spd, spring susp, 12000 lb frt, 21000 lb AGRICULTURAL EQUIPMENT rears, 252 in. WB, 20 ft bed, 10,390 miles showing. 2012 Ford F150 Ext Cab 4x4 Pickup, s/n 1FTEX1EM- Harmon 10 Ft Swath Roller. 1CFA16289, 4.2 litre, A/T, 48,035 km showing. LANDSCAPE EQUIPMENT 1999 Ford F150 Extended Cab Pickup, s/n 72 In. 3 p/h Cultivator, 12 in. spacing, 3 pt hitch, 12 in. sweeps. 2FTZX1722YCA10386, 4.2 litre, A/T, 303,427 km showing. Case IH 5600 Air Drill, 12 in. spacing, sgl shoot, Flexi-Coil 2320 tow-between tank, s/n G2320-AD-U085370, sgl fan, 10 in. load auger, Ezee-On 3 bar mtd harrows. Custombuilt 43 Ft Air Drill, 10 in. spacing, sgl shoot, sgl fan. 1993 Harmon 4480 44 Ft Air Drill, s/n A000128, floating hitch, 10 in. spacing, sgl shoot, 3 in. steel packers, 2 comp’t tow-between tank, s/n A000121, variable rate ctrl, sgl fan, 8 in. load auger. Friggstad CS-43 39 Ft Deep Tillage Cultivator, 12 in. spacing, Valmar 2420 Airflo Applicator 242088099 gran pkg, 3 bar mtd harrows. Ezee-On 14 Ft Tandem Disc, 22 in. frt blade, 22 in. rear blade, 12 in. spacing, man level hitch, rear scrapers. Inland 40 Ft Harrows, s/n 262. Schulte Rock Picker, s/n 1058, mech driven.
Haybuster H1000 Big Bite Livestock, s/n 8502123, 1000 PTO, Duratech RCB93 elec governer, 20 ft conv, belly pan augers. Knight Feed Wagon, s/n 2089, 1000 PTO, 3 mixer augers, LH disch.
RECREATIONAL VEHICLE 1999 Yamaha Kodiak 400 Quad, s/n JY4AJ03W8YA017473, 400 cc, A/T.
TRACTORS ATTACHMENT Degelman 12-645 Hydraulic 2 Way Tractor Dozer, s/n 12757 to fit Case 4490 4WD tractor.
OTHER ITEMS INCLUDE
Devilbiss Air Power Charge Airpro 60 Gallon Air Compressor, 6.5 hp. High Head SCH-5050 2 In. Water Pump. SPRAYER Flexi-Coil 65XLT 120 Ft S/A, s/n 565XLT-A-T079107, Miller Bobcat 225NT 225 Amp Portable. 1000 PTO, 1500 gallons poly tank, chem mix tank, chem wash, Metal Lathe · Ansi 4000 Lb Engine Hoist · Carolina CBP5500 55 Ton field markers, dbl boom, dbl nozzle bodies, 18.4x26 turf tires. Heavy Duty Hydraulic Press, s/n 23700...AND MUCH MORE!
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Bobby Miller Coronation royals second baseman Carver Zimmer tags out Quinton MacMillan of MCHa in Sunday night’s bantam baseball game at burma Park, which hosted a weekend of action at multiple levels. MCHa is a regional team that includes players from Metiskow, Czar, Hughenden and amisk, as well as MacMillan’s hometown of Hardisty. ECAReview/J.MacNeil
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Youthful years spent exploring the world
Richard Griebel June 9, 1951, to May 16, 2014 Who has seen the wind? A small boy born into the full grace of nature on June 9, 1951, with a heart full of bird song and a mind open to adventure. Richard spent his youth exploring the world, its people, their cultures and ideas, coming to rest in many special places. He learned all lands are sacred, especially the grasslands around his Castor home. His life was filled with energy and dreams. When he met Kathleen Charpentier, his dreams soared higher than Richard imagined possible. Together they began a journey, challenging each phase of life with passion and ideals They touched many lives, challenged the limitations of this world and changed what was possible. This conviction and
courage was passed to their four children, Marc, Ian, Andrea and Tess. Richard’s heart was bigger than his home and created a space where everyone was welcome. The price of admission was nothing more than the open exchange of ideas, an easy laugh, or the willingness to share a drink by the woodstove. An inveterate storyteller, Richard made us all legends in our own time. The greatest legend was Richard’s Griebel quest for the truth in himself and the rapidly changing world around him. This quest was driven by his passion to be a caretaker of a world where land and animals were sacred and he a provider of
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food, nurturing children and filling people with health and respect. To honour Richard’s dream that we nourish our children and create a world in which they grow healthy and strong, he requested donations be made to The Weston A. Price Foundation (www.westonaprice.org). The foundation is dedicated to restoring nutrient dense foods to our diet through education, research, and activism and is united in the belief that modern technology should be harnessed as a servant to the wise and nurturing traditions of our ancestors. Richard’s story will continue in the loving memory of his surviving sisters and brothers, Jim, Robert, Margaret, Philip, Elizabeth and Rosemary, their life partners, Kathy Griebel, Sandy
Easterbrook, Lorraine Bryan, Lydden Polley and Richard Harvey, his wife, Kathleen, his children Marc, Ian, Andrea, and Tess, their spouses, Dana Blume and Andrew Nikoniak and his granddaughter, Elaina. His life was also filled with the love of his extended family and a global community of friends.
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To our wonderful friends, neighbours and community, we express our gratitude for your concern and generosity displayed towards Richard during his illness and time of death. We hold your acts of kindness in our hearts. Thank-you. Kathleen Charpentier, Marc Griebel, Ian Griebel, Dana Blume, Andrea Griebel, Andrew Nikoniuk and Tess Griebel.
1911: Local members begin gathering each year to celebrate the spirit of community and co-operation that binds us all together. 1945: We pass a resolution to lobby the Alberta government to declare Farmers’ Day a provincial holiday. 14061AU2 14062AU1
1951: Our efforts are successful and we begin observing Farmers’ Day, as a reminder of the contributions our members make to all of our communities. 2010: We revive Farmers’ Day, to honour and celebrate the tradition with our members.
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Arnold lee - Unreserved FArm AUction Cereal, ab. – saturday, june 14, 2014 - 10:00 a.M. Directions: From Cereal AB: South on #886 to junction #570, 11 kms East to RD 5-3 & 5 kms south to yard. (Watch for Signs)
Owners Phone: Contact arnold lee at (403) 526- 0401 or cell (403) 664-9561 TRACTORS, COMBINE & SWATHER:
• Case International 4694 Tractor, 20.8 X 34 tires, PTO, 4 hyd., 5620 hrs showing. • Case 4690 Tractor, 20.8 X 34 tires, 4 hyd., PTO, 8216 hrs., showing. • International 1482 PT Combine, hyd., reverser, 7 belt Victory pickup. • MF 200 SP Swather, 30’ draper table, elect. controls, UII pickup reel, 1645 hrs. • MF 1135 Tractor, 23.1 X 34 tires, dual hyd., PTO. (Engine overhaul approx. 2300 hrs ago, 2 seasons on clutch overhaul - approx. 60 hrs.) • Case 930 Tractor, 18.4 X 34 tires, 1080 hrs on engine overhaul (tack replaced with engine overhaul) • John Deere 720 Diesel Tractor, sells with Robin FEL & bucket
GRAIN TRUCK, VEHICLES & ATV:
• 1981 International S1900 Diesel Tandem, 3208 Cat, 10.00 X R 20 tires, Allison 5 speed auto., 18’ steel box & hoist, roll tarp, plumbed for drill fill., 173,230 kms. • 1987 Ford F 150, 2WD, 176,589 kms • 1990 Ford F150, 4X4 ext. cab, 206,682 kms.
• 1985 Buick Le Sabre • 1953 Chevrolet 1100 • Various older vehicles for parts or rebuilding • Arctic Cat 400 Quad 4X4 Speedrack • 1975 Ford F100 Supercab • 1963 Chev 3 ton, wood box & hoist. Needs clutch repair.
• Brandt 7” X 35’ Auger c/w Honda 13 hp engine, elect. start & winch • Walinga 510 Std Agri Vac
• #1 GSI 4200 bus. on wood • #2 Westeel Rosco 3300 bus. on wood • #3 UFA 2750 bus. on wood • #4 Westeel Rosco 3300 bus. on wood • #5 Westeel Rosco 1250 bus. on wood TILLAGE & SEEDING: • Case IH 5600 Cultivator, 40’, c/w Flexi-Coil • #6 UFA 1750 bus. on wood • #7 Westeel Rosco 1750 bus. on wood 3 bar mounted harrows (located off farm) • Flexi Coil System 95 - 50’ Harrow Packer • #8 Westeel Rosco 2750 bus. on wood • Harmon Rockomatic Rock Picker (located off farm) • MF 360 Discer, 2 - 15’ in tandem TANKS & MISC.: • MF 36 - 18’ discer • Westward end-gate drill fill • Morris 19’ Cultivator, c/w 3 bar mounted • Degelman 9’ dozer blade harrows • 4 - 20.8 X 34 tires • 5 - 6’ P20-4 Flexi Coil Packers • 150 gal. poly water tank • 3 - 4’ Flexi Coil Packers • 2-500, 1-1000, 2-300 gal fuel tanks • 4 - 4’ coil packers • 3 elect. fuel pumps • Mel-Cam hyd. rock bucket • 4 slip tanks • Harmon 8’ Swath Roller • Kirby straw & chaff spreader GRAIN LOADERS: • Round Galvanized Water Tank • Farm King 10” X 60’ Swing Auger SHOP & FARMING SUPPLIES: • Sakundiak HD7-1200 7” X 35’ Auger c/w • Pro Air II air compressor Kohler 14 hp engine & elect. start • Battery Charger
• Socket Sets, Hand Tools • Makita elect. impact • Tow Chains • Various Power Tools • Forney arc welder • Plus a sizable assort. of misc tools, shop & farming supplies too numerous to list
FURNITURE, COLLECTABLES & ANTIQUE MACHINERY:
• 3 drawer oak dresser with mirror, various older dressers • Oak chest of 3 drawers • Brass Spittoon, old telephone • Eatonia wash ringer, butter press, various crocks, butter churn, boilers, washtubs, enamelware , wash board • Stereoscope • Runway light • Coal Oil Lamps, various wood chairs, wrought iron bed, Angora Chaps, small insulators • Kohlswa Sweden Anvil • Leg Vice, #12 AB Jardine Forge Blower, post drill, barrel • Various Pieces of Horse-Drawn Machinery • Various Old Harness, Saddle & Tack
Jeff & Sheryl Van Wert
403-362-2972 “Farmers Serving Farmers”
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How much feed and water are used to make pound of beef? Submitted by beefresearch.ca We recently received an email asking: “I’ve read that it takes 16 pounds of plant material and 5,000 gallons of water to make a pound of beef. How far from the truth is this?” So we calculated just how much feed and water beef cattle do use before they’re harvested.
slaughter weight at 21 months would probably drink about 18,600 liters (4,091 gallons) of water. That animal produces around 512 lbs of edible beef. 4,091 gallons ÷ 512lb beef = 8 gallons of water per pound of edible beef. Many cattle go to slaughter at earlier ages, in which case that water use number would be lower. Cows use water, but they don’t use it up. Water cycles. Only a very small fraction of the water consumed is retained in the body. Most of the water that cattle drink continues to cycle in the environment. Note that water used during processing was not included, nor water used for irrigation to grow feed (some parts of the country use irrigation, some don’t), because accurate data is currently unavailable. Turn to Better, Pg 17
In terms of plant material, because water content is higher in some feeds than in others, feed use is measured on a dry matter basis. Feed conversion (pounds of feed consumed per pound of live animal gain) varies with the type of feed an animal is fed, how it is processed, etc. Current feed to gain ratios in a feedlot animal are about six pounds of feed per one pound of live weight gain. For example, if an animal enters the *On Sale ‘til June 20, 2014 or ‘til supplies last. feedlot at 500 pounds and finishes at 1,400 pounds live Reg. Price $12.25/block Reg. Price $8.15/block weight (which will produce an 868Sale Price Pallet Price Sale Price Pallet Price pound carcass with $ 50 $ 95 $ 95 $ 50 /blk /blk /blk /blk 512 pounds of edible beef), that animal needs to gain 900 pounds. At a 6:1 conReg. Price $6.40/block Reg. Price $14.30/bag version, that’s 5,400 Sale Price Pallet Price Sale Price pounds of total feed $ 80 $ 50 $ 30 used. /blk /blk /bag 5,400 pounds of feed ÷ 512 pounds $ 00 67 x 7000 Reg. Price $215/roll /roll beef = 10.6 pounds of feed per pound of edible beef.
Salt & Twine Sale HiBoot Salt Blocks
Cobalt Salt Blocks
Trace Mineral 120 Salt
Net Wrap Plastic Twine
Based on average daily consumption numbers available here, a beef animal that reaches
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Sale $2995/bundle $ 00 40,000 Reg. $45.00/bundle Sale 41 /bundle 28,000 Reg. $32.50/bundle
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UPCOMING JUNE SALES MONDAY, JUNE 23 AT 10:00 A.M.
LARGE COMBINED FARM AUCTION for GORDON & CAROLE HEATHERINGTON and GLEN & CHERI HEATHRINGTON of New Brigden, AB Sale located: 20 miles North of oyen, aB on Highway #41 then 3 miles West on tWP Rd 31-4 (Sedalia Road) and 2-1/2 miles South on Rge Rd 5-0 GoRdoN HeatHeRiNGtoN equiPmeNt - contact #403-664-2064 – TRACTORS: 1993 Case IH 5250 FWA, c/w 510 FEL 3 pt. hitch; 1983 875 Versatile; 1982 835 Versatile; 1980 2090 Case. TRUCKS: 1987 Chev 70 Tandem grain truck, 19 ft. steel box, 50,291 km, shedded; 1975 Ford F750, 17 ft. wood box; 2002 Ford F150. HARVESTING: 1986 7720 JD Titan II SP combine, hydro; 1985 7720 JD Titan II SP combine; 1994 JD 535 round baler; 30 ft. 4600 Prairie Star swather; 25 ft. 4620 Prairie Star swather. MACHINERY: 110 ft. Brandt QF2000 sprayer, 1200 gal. split tank (800 & 400) double booms; 42 ft. IHC 6200 press drills factory transport; 42 ft. 820 Flexicoil cultivator; 6000 Degelman Signature Series hydraulic drive rock picker; 25 ft. White double disc wing type. AUGERS. LIVESTOCK EQUIPMENT: 2004 17 ft. Hot Shot tandem axle stock trailer. LIVESTOCK HANDLING: Hi-Hog Handling System - WW Cattle Chute; 3 - 30 ft. free standing panels, 25 - 10 ft. panels, 4 - 30 ft. metal silage bunks, 5 - 30 ft. portable wind breaks. RV: 2000 Honda Fourtrax ES FWD ATV. YARD. SHOP. GleN HeatHeRiNGtoN equiPmeNt - contact #403-664-0062 – TRACTORS: 1990 Ford Versatile 846; 1971 1070 Case Agri King c/w Leon FEL. TRUCKS: 1999 Chev Z71 4X4, automatic, 3rd door, extenda cab; 1980 Ford F150; 1977 Ford F600, 15 ft. wood box; 1974 Ford F600, 15 ft. wood box. HARVESTING: 1983 MF850 SP combine; 30 ft. 4600 Prairie Star swather. MACHINERY: 40 ft. Degelman 5000 HD cultivator, c/w 1655 Valmar applicator and tine harrows; 42 ft. Flexicoil 75 packer bar, fold up P30 packers; 570 Degelman ground drive rock picker. AUGERS. SHOP.
ThUrSDAY, JUNE 26 AT 10:00 A.M.
FARM AUCTION for DIAMOND A FARMS (Aaron & Mary Ganser) of Provost, AB Sale located: 12 kms south of Provost on 899, then 3.2 kms east on twp. 382 (Rosenheim Road), and 1 km South on RR 22 coNtact: email@example.com TRACTORS: 1995 JD 6400 FWA, c/w 640 FEL 3 pt. hitch; 1983 4450 JD FWA, c/w 265 FEL; 1981 Case 2090, needs work on clutch. TRUCKS: 1990 Chev 3500 4x4, V-8 4 speed, 9 ft. steel deck, 5th wheel hitch; 1975 Ford F600 16 ft. wood box; 1977 GMC Sierra Classic 25; 1970 1500 IHC, 12 ft. wood box. HAYING: 4865 Agco New Idea round baler; 1987 430 JD round baler, gathering wheels; 16 ft. New Holland 116 hay bine; 336 JD square baler. MACHINERY: 27 ft. air seeder - JD1600 cultivator, 12 inch spacing c/w 150 Blanchard air tank; 50 ft. Flexicoil System 90 harrow packer bar. LIVESTOCK EQUIPMENT: 256 Haybuster Plus II bale processor; 135 Gehl Mix-All; Jiffy grain dispenser, on trailer; Flexicoil trailer type hyd. post pounder. BINS. YARD: 2011 3038E JD FWA yard tractor, c/w 305 loader, only 124 hours; Z445 JD 54 inch Zero turn mower. AUGERS. LIVESTOCK HANDLING: 15 - 28 ft. free standing panels, 20 - 30 ft. portable wind breaks, 6 - 25 ft. metal free standing panels, 6 - 30 ft. portable bunk feeders; Morand maternity pen. HARVESTING: 1983 852 MF pto combine, 21 ft. IHC 75 swather. TRAILERS: 1983 16 ft. Lee Line stock trailer; 24 ft. 5th wheel TA flat bed trailer, c/w slide on metal stock deck. RV: 2003 Bombardier Traxter XT ATV, 4x4, 1908 km; 350 Polaris 4x4 ATV. TANKS. SHOP.
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oNe moRe uPcomiNG auctioN Thursday, JuLy 31* FarM auCTION for Larry Burechailo - rosetown, sK PLEASE NOTE: *DATE ChANgE frOm SPriNg CATALOguE
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Be careful out there
HUNGRY Hungry for work, not fuel
Farm safety is a topic that is receiving a significant amount of media and public attention right now. Farmers and ranchers know that there are health and safety risks associated with their work and some of these risks are a result of handling livestock. We were reminded of these risks with the unfortunate passing last month of
John Earle Paterson of Colinton, who was killed by a bull during semen testing on his operation. Earle was a strong supporter of the cattle industry who understood the importance of having a single organization working on behalf of all cattle producers. We appreciate Earle’s support of our organization and we offer our sincere condolences to the Paterson family. ABP wants to remind producers to be aware of safety and be very careful when they are working with cattle. As producers get older and less agile, it is even more important to consider safety during all livestock handling operations. Cont’d from Pg 16 agriculture sector is working hard 3”The wide version to create a strong culture of safety in our However, we do know that both irrigaindustry and we need farmers and tion systems and packing plants have ranchers to join this process. become much more efficient in waterPUBLIC use. AUCTIONS — Alberta Beef
for work, not fuel
Better at using water than we used to be Progress
June 21, 2014 @ 11:00 a.m Castor, AB - Klaus Farms
Selling - full line of farm equipment, tractors, haying and feeding equipment, grain It is safe to say that as an industry, we’re bins, ATVs, stock trailers, vehicles, cattle equipment.
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doing a lot better at using water than we 12345 Junewere 28, 2014 @ 11:00 a.m 4409- 50 Ave., Vegreville, AB used to. Back in the 1950’s, cattle Selling – 2244 sq ft home on 33 acres in the Town of Vegreville c/w outbuildings, fenced closer to three years of age at and slaughter, crossfenced. would have drank closer to 50,000 litres Antiques, horse drawn vehicles, buggies, 1904 Victoria Vis-à-vis sleigh,1890 horse hearse, cutters , sleighs. (11,000 gallons), and produceddrawn a much smaller carcass (250 lb edible Antique beef).Tractors – professionally restored 1949 Case LA, 1957 JD 430T. EVERYTHING YOU WANT in a row crop tractor is on our 7600 Cat 416C backhoe … and much more It would have taken 44 gallons per pound of edible beef, instead of theComplete eight listing, please refer to www.prairieauction.com and 8600 Series Like our Dyna-VT™ stepless, clutchless CVT or contact 780-499-9832 gallons per pound today. (That’s still a far David Unruh and e3™ SCR emissions system Massey Ferguson created cry from 5,000 gallons per pound!) Canada’s beef industry produces more 403-323-6787 (c) both technologies and with beef now, using a lot less water and feed (h) than we used to. 3.75”EvErything wide403-742-4673 version you working with is ouronDTM want in a them row crop tractor our 7600 That’s good for farm economics, management andAUCTIONS 8600 Series Like our Dyna-vt™power stepless, clutchlesssystem, Cvt and e3™ PUBLIC and helps keep beef affordable for conJune 21, 2014 @ 11:00 a.m emissions Castor, AB - Klaus FarmsMassey Ferguson you get created the mostboth fuel efficient SCr system technologies sumers. At the Selling - full line of farm equipment, tractors, haying and feeding equipment, grain bins, ATVs, same time, stock trailers, vehicles, cattle equipment. tractor yourmanagement dealer and with them working with with our going DtM See power improvements in 12345 June 28, 2014 @ 11:00 a.m 440950 Ave., Vegreville, AB feed efficiency also for a demo or to learn more visit system, get the most Selling – 2244 sq ft home on 33 acres in the Town ofyou Vegreville c/w outbuildings, fencedfuel and efficient tractor going See your dealer mean that we’re crossfenced. producing less ManUpWithMassey.com for1904aVictoria demo to learn more Antiques, horse drawn vehicles, buggies, Vis-à-visor sleigh,1890 horse drawn hearse, visit ManUpWithMasseycom greenhouse gas cutters , sleighs. and manure per Antique Tractors – professionally restored 1949 Case LA, 1957 JD 430T. pound of beef. Cat 416C backhoe … and much more That’s good for the Complete listing, please refer to www.prairieauction.com or contact 780-499-9832 environment.
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MF 220, 26’, 1510 hr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $42,000
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S/coupe 7650, 90’ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$135,000 www.trochumotors.com 2 CI 722, 22’ & 26’ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $15,000 . . . 1-888-336-3866 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $79,000 S/coupe 4650, 1100 TROCHU (403) 442-3866 TOLLhr . FREE Hesston 1200, P/t, 21’ & 25’, Pu reel . . . . . SALES . . . $12,000 CONSULTANTS - Ken Lawrence 403-318-2396 & Wayne Stankievech 403-443-8292 S/coupe 4640, 1600 hr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $72,000 JD 590, P/t, 30’, Pu reel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $12,000 S/coupe 220, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $16,000 MacDon 3000 (Black), P/t, 21’, Pu reel . . . . . . $9,000 F/Coil 68XL, 130’ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $29,000
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4-H show and sale roundup Cont’d from Pg 1 “Sure, he’ll be named Barney,” she said with a laugh. “You can use that.” Kallista agreed. “It sounds pretty clever, actually,” she said.
Cassandra Doolaege, Paintearth; reserve: Abby Heidecker, Coronation. Intermediate heifer judging champion: Jarret Nelson, Consort; reserve: Becka Schmidt, Brownfield. Intermediate feed judging champion: Kyla Duncan, Coronation; reserve: Becka Schmidt, Brownfield. Junior steer judging champion: Tori Kelts, Altario; reserve: Tyler Craigie, Brownfield. Junior heifer judging champion: Tori Kelts, Altario; reserve: Matraca Clark, Altario. Karly ramsay, 11, of the Coronation 4-H beef Junior feed Club lines up for the ring during the Coronation judging champion: District 4-H Show and Sale on June 4 at Consort. Tori Kelts, Altario; ECAReview/J.MacNeil reserve: Aiden Kobi. Senior overall judging: Carissa Schuetzle, Altario; reserve: Brianna Bowyer, Paintearth. Intermediate overall judging: Jarret Nelson, Consort; reserve: Evan Spady, Paintearth. Junior overall judging: Tori Kelts, Altario; reserve: Greg Nelson, Consort. Rate of gain: Kyla Duncan, Coronation. Stall competition: 1. Consort; 2. Consort 4-H beef Club members Kit Sortland (left), Brownfield. 14, Kale Sortland, 9, and Jarret nelson, 13, show Wraight their 4-H colours during the Coronation District Memorial — 4-H Show and Sale last week at Consort Sportex. Corey Twa, ECAReview/J.MacNeil Coronation.
Other results from the district show were: Champion breeding female: Roslyn Pretty, Brownfield; reserve: Koryn Duncan, Coronation. Champion yearling heifer: Roslyn Pretty, Brownfield; reserve: Ty Spady, Paintearth. Champion twoyear-old female: Koryn Duncan, Coronation; reserve: Hannah Jackson, Paintearth. Champion three-year-old female: Ty Spady, Paintearth; reserve: Dayleen Kerr, Consort. Champion herd: Dayleen Kerr, Consort; reserve: Deanna Seitz, Consort. Group of five: 1. Coronation; 2. Altario. Senior showmanship: Ty Spady, Paintearth; reserve: Duncan Edwards, Altario. Intermediate showmanship: Tess Breum, Paintearth; reserve: Evan Spady, Paintearth. Junior showmanship: Lauryn Spady, Coronation; reserve: Greg Nelson, Consort. Senior grooming: Shanelle Evans, Altario; reserve: Aleigha Noble, Altario. Intermediate grooming: Becka Schmidt, Brownfield; reserve: Ryleigh Ference, Altario. Junior grooming: Roslyn Pretty, Brownfield; reserve: Karly Ramsay, Coronation. Senior steer judging champion: Nicole Seitz, Consort; reserve: Brianna Bowyer, Paintearth. Senior heifer judging champion: Aleigha Noble, Altario; reserve: Desiree Kelts, Altario. Senior feed judging champion: Shanelle Evans, Altario; reserve: Corey Twa, Coronation. Intermediate steer judging champion:
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PUBLIC AUCTION June 21, 2014 @ 11:00 a.m Klaus Farms - Castor AB Hwy 36 & Sec. Rd 599, East on 599 to RR 132, 1 Mile North Selling Case 970 c/w FEL, Case 2590 5485 hrs, Case 2590 9274 hrs, Case 4494 PTO 6544 hrs, Case 830 FEL, Case 2290 c/w FEL 7082 hrs, Ford 8N, MH44, MH30 (non runner) Collection Item – Oliver 77 Standard Haying & Feeding Equipment 2011 NDE mdl 804 vertical mixer, NH tub grinder, Hesston 565T Round Bale, (4) Case 8480 Balers, Case 8220/8230 windrower, Renn Bale Processor, Hay Hiker 1400 Bale hauler (new condition) Grain & Grain Bins Approx. 400 bu rye, 1300 bu barley, 350 bu oats (6) 1650 bu metal bins (1) 2800 bu metal bin (2) (2) 1350 bu metal bin ATV 2003 Summit 800 skidoo (new motor) (3) Panterra 250 quads, Wilderness 250 quad, Honda 200-200E trike Vehicles & Trailers 1990 Dodge Ram 2500 134,000 km, 1990 Royal 18’ gooseneck stock trailer, Universal 28’ tandem trailer, 1960 GMC 960 16’ box hoist, 1968 Ford 500 14 ‘ steel box hoist, 2002 Ford F150 xl, 1991 Ford F150, 1987 GMC longbox, Chev C-65 5 speed c/w attachment Equipment 1984 JD 7721 PTO Combine, JD 2320 Windrower c/w 21’ header, Case 8220 / 8230 Windrowers, JD 9350 30’ drill, Versatile 4440 Swather, Case IH 620 press drill, Gehl 135 mixer, Prairie Chief mdl 450 grain dryer, Walinga grain vac, Farm King 30’ harrows, 32’ spring harrows, Morris 20’ & 31’ cultivator, JD 24’ cultivator, Cockshutt 246, (2) grain gravity wagons, Brandt 52 x 8 and 48 x 8 PTO grain auger, rock picker, Alteer 20’ Disc, Everson hyd. Scraper, Swather mount, 10’ hyd. Land leveller Misc. Cattle equipment, saddles, assorted pipes and hoses, posts truck hitches, calf warmer 14062PP0
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June 28, 2014 – 11:00 a.m. Robert Phillips 4409 50 Ave, Vegreville, AB Selling: 2244 sq ft home located on 33 acres within the town of Vegreville, outbuilding fenced and cross fenced Horse Drawn Equipment 1890 fully restored hearse 1904 Victoria vis-à-vis sleigh Dr. Buggy, 2 seat buggy, grain wagon, covered wagon (rebuilt) cutter, bobsleigh Tack, Harnesses and Horses (2) sets of harnesses, (3) single driving harnesses, halters, saddles , collars 7 yr old standard bred gelding 9 & 10 yr Percheron team Antique Tractors Professionally Restored 1949 Case LA, 1959 JD 430T, 1941 Case V (rare) Antiques Cream cans, railroad lamps, lamps, crocks, dining room furniture, wood burning stove, ceramic dolls, butter churn, 1933 pump organ, much more Vehicles 2001 Trails West 26’ 3 horse slant trailer 2010 Pace 24’ cargo trailer, 1990 Dodge crew cab, 1979 Cadillac Heavy Equipment Partial list only, subject to additions or deletions For more info contact Prairie Auction Services at www.prairieauction.com, or call Lyle - 780.499.9832 or Miles - 780.210.2501 Alberta Auction License # 328169
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BEAUTIFUL spruce trees. 4 - 6 ft., $35 each. Machine planting; $10/tree (includes bark mulch and fertilizer). 20 tree minimum order. Delivery fee: $75 - $125/order. Quality guaranteed. 403-820-0961. 2006, 18.3 M3 Aluminum Wabash 406 code tank. Truck has 550 Cat engine. Well maintained. In Edson. Asking $120,000. Call 780723-4781 or 780-7289502. EVERY water well on earth should have the patented “Kontinuous Shok” Chlorinator from Big Iron Drilling! Why? Save thousands of lives every year. www.1-800bigiron. com. Phone 1-800-BIG-IRON.
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FEED barley. Paskal Cattle Company in Picture Butte area is looking for Feed Barley. Put more $ in your pocket. Sell direct to us. Please call Main Office for details. 403732-5641.
Stettler Barley Mini Storage Wanted Household, furniture, business records, etc. Various sizes. Protected by security alarm and fenced and lighted perimeter. OWNERS: Reg & Darlene Hunter
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HEATED canola buying Green, Heated or Springthrashed Canola. Buying: oats, barley, wheat & peas for feed. Buying damaged or offgrade grain. “On Farm Pickup” Westcan Feed & Grain, 1-877-2505252.
SEMEN tested Black Angus yearling bulls for sale. Contact Roger Spady (780)879-3941 FOR SALE. Simmeron Simmentals, fullblood full Fleckvieh yearling bulls, polled and horned, A.I. bloodlines, very quiet, muscled. Website: simmeronranch.ca. Martin 780913-7963.
ARABIAN-Quarter horse cross, Palominos; fillies, geldings. Contact Dale Dunkle, Castor, 403882-2455
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Hwy 21 Feeders of Acme is buying off farm Barley for immediate or deferred delivery. Contact Sharon at 403-546-2278 Ext 2.
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AN ALBERTA oilfield company is hiring experienced dozer and excavator operators, meals and lodging provided. Drug testing required. 780-7235051.
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FARM house for rent. Available July 15. Very nice home with 3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, detached garage. All appliances included. Use of barn & corrals if desired. Located at 39330 Hwy 36, 13 mi north of Castor. $1000 per month. Contact Dorothy at 403-8542656 evenings or leave a msg.
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AUTOMOTIVE technician (Certified or qualified Apprentice) required, 12 minutes south of Calgary. Successful candidate will have a proven track record of quality workmanship and efficiency, and commitment to manufacturer training. Chrysler experience preferred. Brand new state of art service facility and shop equipment. Excellent compensation. Will consider transfer bonus. Fax resume: 403-938-8627 or email: email@example.com. Southridge Chrysler, Okotoks, Alberta.
PCL ENERGY. Now hiring Journeyperson Pipefitters ($40+/hour) and Scaffolders ($38+/ hour) for an industrial project in Vascoy, SK. LOA of $145/day worked, travel and bonuses paid! We offer competitive wages and benefits. Send resume to: pclenergyjobs@pcl. com. MEDICAL transcription is an in-demand career in Canada! Employers have work-at-home positions available. Get the online training you need from an employer-trusted program. Visit: CareerStep.ca/ MT to start training for your work-at-home career today!
HEAVY duty mechanic to work in private shop on farm. We have several semi trucks hauling farm products as well as farm tractors. Job would include maintenance on all equipment, as well as repairs as necessary, clutch, wheel seals, some welding, etc. This is a full-time year round position. 250-8386630. leolorie@ uniserve.com. INTERESTED IN the Community Newspaper business? Alberta’s weekly newspapers are looking for people like you. Post your resume online. FREE. Visit: awna.com/for-job-seekers.
KEN’S Power Tongs Ltd. requires an experienced Power Tong Operator immediately for long term employment in Edson area. Oilfield experience, clean driver’s abstract & valid oilfield tickets required. Fax 780-6932200. Phone 780-7234810. NOW HIRING! Field Technicians. Are you looking for an opportunity where you can make use of your skills & talents? Consider joining our team. For more information call 1-855-697-6799 or visit www.corix.com.
THERE is still a huge demand for Canscribe Medical Transcription graduates. Medical Transcription is a great work-from-home career! Contact us today at www.canscribe.com. 1-800-4661535; info@canscribe. com. MEDICAL BILLING Trainees needed! Learn to process & submit billing claims for hospitals and doctors! No experience needed! Local training gets you ready to work! 1-888627-0297.
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Vetter takes high school students on medical journey Submitted by Susan Campbell Hughenden Public School In late May, 38 Hughenden Public School students travelled to Wainwright to take part in the south track meet. Despite chilly, breezy weather, students performed admirably in all disciplines of track and field. In total, 33 HPS athletes qualified for at least one event at the BTJHAA final meet held in Paradise Valley on June 3. At that meet, HPS came in third overall. We are looking forward to the nine Grade 3 students of the Amisk Apple Centre coming to our school on Friday for an orientation and tour in anticipation of a more successful start in the fall. Thursday and Friday, the Grade 5 class are headed for their outdoor camp at Hardisty United Church Lake Camp. We encourage everyone to save their Boston Pizza receipts starting Sept. 1 to submit them. The school receives five per cent of the pre-tax sales. On June 6, the Chemistry 30 class enjoyed a visit from Cheyanne Vetter, who gave a presentation on pursuing a post-secondary journey in medicine. Cheyanne graduated from HPS four years ago. It was interesting to hear her journey thus far and the passion she has for encouraging more to pursue rural medicine. Cheyanne will be taking her next three years of schooling in Regina, where she will experience a lot of clinical practice. Thus far, she is still trying to decide if she wants to pursue a focus in family medicine or general surgery. Students appreciated the opportunity to have a variety of questions answered. Last Tuesday, students and staff were treated to a visit by Legacy 1 who spent the day at our school. Legacy 1 was a group of gifted individuals in the fine arts who sent ripples of inspiration to all Wildcats throughout the day. All HPS students spent the morning in workshops on “spoken word poetry,” hip-hop dance, and ‘beat box.” Students then could choose to attend the workshop of their preference for an advanced class. In the afternoon, there was a school-wide assembly that showcased the talents of the group from Calgary. Final exams will soon be upon us and consequently exam schedules are out. In addition, next year’s timetable has been presented to students. The year-end complimentary barbecue will be on June 16.
The athletic awards assembly will be hosted in the afternoon, followed by the annual Grade 12 versus HPS staff slo-pitch game.
The Buffalo Park Foundation kicked off the beginning of its “top rail” Funding project in Hughenden last week by building mosaic tiles. The Hughenden Public School grades 10 and 12 art classes shared their artistic talents with the foundation to create cement mosaic tiles from the original plaster from the Wainwright Hotel. Ashley Stone, also a former HPS graduate, worked with students. Tiles then will be given in part of sponsor packages.
The “top rail” project is in efforts to help complete the Buffalo Park Foundation in its final fundraising initiative to secure funds to retrofit the Wainwright Hotel into the Buffalo Park Centre in downtown Wainwright, scheduled to open in 2016. Buffalo National Park covered 100,000 acres south of Wainwright whose fences would have run close to some original homesteads in the Hughenden area. After closing in 1939, the majority of the land was developed into a POW camp for German soldiers, and then later developed into Camp Wainwright, which is one of Canada’s premier training facilities.
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Journeyman Millwright- Stettler, Alberta (All other trades will be considered based on agricultural industry experience)
DESCRIPTION: ENR Distribution is an emerging company which is providing sound agronomy and effective nutrients in an environmentally responsible fashion ensuring a sustainable source of enriched food to help nourish an increasing world population. The position will be responsible for all aspects of the maintenance and repair of mechanical equipment at our fertilizer plant and storage site to ensure both short and long term safety, efficiency, reliability and cost effective production. This will all be in accordance with company policies and relevant government standards and codes.
Christie Mason from the boomtown trail, dresses in period costume as irene Parlby, an early alberta parliamentarian. She spoke to the crowd of more than 50 at the alix wagon wheel Museum during its 40th anniversary celebration Saturday, June 7. beside her is lacombe County Coun. brenda Knight wearing the black hat with red feather, and museum board member Connie barritt. the museum was named wagon wheel because of the shape that is formed when looking at alix’s location and its surrounding historic region with the spokes dividing the heritage school districts. ECAReview/L.Joy
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50th ANNIVERSARY OK Tire. Coronation Tire is celebrating 50 yrs of serving our customers. Join us for lunch on Friday, June 13 from 11:30 - 1 pm. to be held at the shop.
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Sat., Jun. 21 @1pm Selling 40’ Sea Can; 2008 Sylvan Boat; 6 Long Guns; Motorhome; Variety of Tack & Ferrier Tools; Camping; Fishing; and more.
Listing & Pictures on website: www.scribnernet.com AUCTION Sale. Saturday, June 14, 9 a.m. Welding & heavy duty mechanic tools/ equipment. Acreage equipment. SW of Stony Plain, Alberta. Details: www.spectrumauctioneering.com. 780-960-3370 / 780903-9393.
AUCTION FOR TIM & LINDA COLP
403-578-3956 COMMUNITY Farewell Supper for Terry and Brenda Belcourt. Mark your calendar for Friday, June 20th, 6:30 - 8:30 pm. Bar-B-Que at the Church. Ladies please bring a salad. P-H ELEVATOR, Stettler Father’s Day Breakfast, Sat. June 14, 9am - 1pm. Everyone welcome. Donations welcomed. FAREWELL Social for Rev. Sue Hertell, Wednesday, June 18, 7:30 pm. Trinity United Church MIXED WEDDING Shower to honour Megan Polege and Matthew Edey on Sun. June 22 @ 2 pm @ Battle Bend School. Everyone welcome.
Sat., Jun. 14 @11am METISKOW, AB Truck, Tools, Yard & Garden, Furniture, Cap & Stamp Collection, Antiques & more.
IN LOVING MEMORY of Harry Wadstein, June 6, 2009. Think how he must be wishing That we could know today, How nothing but our sadness Can really pass away. Never forgotten, Irene, Nolan and Edith, Calvin, Kristie, Cody and Kyleen
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ACREAGE auction. Big Toys for Big Boys. June 15/14, 10 a.m. East of Bowden, Alberta #587, 3 miles. Tractors, 3 PTH equipment, tools. Pilgrim Auction, 403-5565531; www.auctionsales.ca. AUCTION sale. Wednesday, June 18, 5:30 p.m. Acreage North of Onoway. Toyota RAV4, 2 western saddles/tack, Massey 44, Yamaha 350 quad, more. Details: www.spectrumauctioneering.com. Call 780-960-3370 / 780-903-9393.
CAPT AYRE Lake Swimming Lessons, July 7 - 18, 2014. Offering: Tadpoles (6 months - 5 yrs) Red Cross Level 1-10, Rookie/Ranger/Star, Bronze Medallion/ Bronze Cross. Call Darci Penman for more information or to register, 780-857-2019 or 780-753-0498.
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Petrof ield Industries, t he Leader in manufacturing Hydrovac trucks, is accepting resumes for the following positions: * General Labourers * Industrial Painters * Sandblasters * Material Handler * Automotive Electrical Technician * Journeyman Welder / Apprentice * 2nd Yr Welder with Aluminum experience Visit our website at: www.tornadotrucks.com for more details. Our Company has an enthusiastic fast paced working environment, with advancement possibilities for the motivated person, and offers an excellent benefit package.
JOURNEYMAN AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN Starting $32 - $36/hr 5002-46 ST Stettler, Alberta Our company is the largest independently owned tire dealer in Canada. Our 250 locations offer clean and safe work environments encouraging a motivating and fun atmosphere. We are looking for relentless problem solvers who not only have strong technical skills, but who are also good communicators and thrive in the service industry. We are seeking a motivated Journeyman Automotive Technician to join our team. As the ideal candidate, you have a strong background in general vehicle maintenance; enjoy working with a high energy team in a retail environment. Kal Tire offers a competitive compensation and benefits package, along with a company-wide profit sharing plan that recognizes individual and team contributions. Kal Tire welcomes your interest in the Automotive Technician opportunity. Interested applicants are requested to submit their resume to email@example.com , fax 403-742-3317 or in person.
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CAREER OPPORTUNITY Alberta Health Services is one of the leading health-care systems in Canada, responsible for the delivery of health care to more than 3.7 million Albertans. Working at AHS enables a better quality of life, not only for our staff, but for their families. We value the diversity of the people and communities we serve, and are committed to attracting, engaging and developing a diverse and inclusive workforce. There is no shortage of reasons to join our team.
Duties include grass cutting and trimming, utilizing riding mowers, push mowers, weed whippers, irrigation equipment, hedge trimming, tree trimming & grounds clean-up. Inside work to include painting, clean up of mechanical rooms and assist with other maintenance workers in various duties.
• Grade 10 required, grade 12 desired. • A valid Class 5 Alberta driver’s license and a current driver’s abstract. • Must be aware of and understand WHIMIS and Occupational Health and Safety Guidelines. • Effective communication skills must be able to read, write, speak and comprehend the English language.
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A 20-year-old Edmonton man died at the University of Alberta Hospital on Saturday, June 7, from injuries sustained in a singlevehicle rollover on Highway 13, just west of Daysland, Killam RCMP reported Sunday. “A 2007 Chrysler Sebring was
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●1951 JD Model AR & B tractors –restored-(T). ●1946 JD Model A tractor - part. restored - (T). ●1950 John Deere Model AR tractor - orig.-(B). ●1939 JD “D” tractor – Keith - (403) 578-8093.) ●1948 John Deere Model D tractor – orig.– (B). ●1949 JD “M” tractor – Keith - (403) 578-8093.) ●1951 JD Model R tractor – original – (T). ●1955 JD Model 60 tractor – restored – (T). ●1954 John Deere Model 70 tractor – (B). ●1955 JD Model 70 tractor - restored – (T). ●1962 JD Model 710 tractor – original – (T). ●1956 John Deere 720 tractor - restored – (T).
●1957 John Deere 720 tractor – restored – (T). ●1958 John Deere 720 diesel tractor -orig.-(B). ●1956 JD 820 green dash tractor – orig. – (B). ●1958 JD 820 black dash tractor -restored -(B). ●1958 JD 820 black dash tractor -restored -(T).
●1959 JD 830 Rice Special w/ elec. start - (B). ●1966 John Deere 5020 tractor – orig. – (B). ●1964 JD 4020 tractor - Dave -(403) 575-7111. ●1950 Case Model “D” tractor – orig. – (B). ●1950 Case “DC4” tractor - part. restored - (B). ●1949 Case Model “LA” tractor – orig. – (B). ●1951 Case Model “S” tractor - restored - (T). ●1941 Cockshutt 80 tractor – original – (T). ●1948 Farmall FAA tractor -part. restored -(T). ●1954 Ford NAA tractor – restored – (T). ●Ford 8N & Fordson Power Major tractors - (T). ●International Model W4 tractor – orig. – (B). ●1948 IH McCormick Cub - Ted -(403) 578-4037. ●Ford 8N & 9N tractors -Gerald -(780) 582-3514. ●1949 Cockshutt 30 tractor w/ FEL loader & rebuilt motor - Lennart – (403) 578-2482.
●1950 Cockshutt 40 tractor - restored - (T). ●Massey Harris Model 44 tractor - orig.- (B). ●1954 MH 44 Special tractor - original - (T). ●1953 Massey Harris 55 tractor - original - (T). ●1951 & 53 Minneapolis Moline UTS - orig.-(T).
●1948 Chevrolet Fleetmaster Sport 2 door coupe, 89,709 miles, 3 sp. manual trans., 216 inline 6 cyl. motor -Ted -(403) 578-4037. ●1981 Ford Thunderbird Town Landau car, 44,150 original km’s, 2 door, 1 owner, - (T). ●1973 Chevrolet C50 2 ton truck w/ gin pole, 2 winches, 44,726 orig. miles-John(403) 575-0971. ●1969 GMC 910 ½ ton truck, 119,803 orig.miles. ●1951 GMC 1700 Maple Leaf 2 ton truck w/ 14 ●1948 Oliver 77 standard tractor -restored-(T). ft. flatdeck & hoist,John – (403) 575-0971. ●1946 Oliver 70 tractor -partially restored - (T). ●1940’s General Motors 1 ton truck - not running. ●1949 Oliver 88 tractor -partially restored - (T). ANTIQUE FARM EQUIPMENT ●The following tractors are not running● ●1940 John Deere “A” tractor – (B). ●1941 JD “A” tractor w/ slant dash -(B). ●(2) - 1948 John Deere “D” tractors- (B&T). ●1949 John Deere “R” diesel tractor – (B). ●1957 John Deere 820 tractor – (B). ●JD “HH” horse drawn restored manure spreader. ●1963 John Deere 3010 tractor – (B). ●Adams steel wheel horse drawn grader. ●1951 Case Model “D” tractor – (B). ●Hart–Carter threshing machine- complete - (B). ●1944 Case Model “S” tractor – (B). ●Allis Chalmers Roto Baler.●Square bale elevator. ●Case Model DC4 & 730 tractors – (B). ●(2) - Ferris Wheel square bale loaders. ●Cockshutt Model 30 & 35 tractors – (B). ●John Deere 8ft. steel wheeled cultivator. ●1952 Cockshutt 40 w/ farm hand – (B). ●JD one way discer, landleveller, & gumbo plow. ●1955 Cockshutt 40 diesel tractor – (B). ●Massey Harris seed drill. ●Case trail mower. ●1959 Cockshutt Model 570 tractor – (B). ●Cockshutt horse drawn disc & grain grinder. ●David Brown 1210 tractor – parts – (T). ●IHC #9 horse drawn mower.●Wooden hay rack. ●Ford 9N tractor - Leigh - (403) 575-0374. ●Guelph Manor wood / coal burning stove. ●(3) - International Harvester W6 tractors - (B). ●Monarch pump jack.●Windmill tower, 25’-no head. ●1963 International 660 tractor – (B). ●Massey & Lacrosse pump motors.●Hay rake. ●1980 IH 1586 tractor -Dave-(403)575-7111. ●Steel wheels – assorted sizes. ●Saw mandrel. ●(2) - 1950 Massey Harris 44 tractors – (B). ●Simplicity pump engine.●Fergus steamer pump. ●(3) - Massey Harris 44 tractors – (B). ●1, 2, & 3 Bottom plows. ●Grain grinder. ●1948, 51, & 52 Massey Harris 55 tractors-(B). ●Old license plates. ●Wagon wheel bender. ●Massey Harris Model 55 tractor – (B). TRACTOR PARTS ●Massey Harris Pacemaker tractor – (B). ●John Deere 820 radiator & engine cover. ●Massey Harris 102 Twin Power tractor - (B). ●John Deere 5020 side panel & differential. ●(2) - McCormick Deering 1530 tractors - (B). ●Case tractor seat & 3pt. hitch parts.●JD starter. ●Minneapolis Moline Model Z tractor - (B). ●Oliver Hart - Parr, 88, & 99A tractors.- (B). ●Case radiator cap, cover, & belt pulley adaptor. Auctioneer's Note: Items followed by a (B) are MISCELLANEOUS ●JD 345 ride-on hydrostatic lawn tractor w/ 54” deck, 30” rear tiller, 1,100 hours – (T). ●Howse RT5 - 3pt. hitch 5 ft. rototiller – (T). ●Dearborn 3pt. hitch 8 ft. cultivator. ●± 40 - John Deere original parts manuals.
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Dennis Bossert’s - (403) 578-3425 & items followed by a (T) are Wayne Todd’s - (403) 578-3251. This incredible auction will captivate the interest of everyone!! A rare opportunity to go back in time & witness an impressive lineup of antique tractors & equipment that will be selling completely unreserved!!
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