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Volume 103 No. 21
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Bulls step up to plate as east-central reps John MacNeil
Review Reporter The East Central Bulls are road warriors. Whether practising or playing bantam
Alberta region. “It’s all within a 75-mile radius, but some of the kids are 75 miles southeast (of Veteran), and then the (Damon) Zimmer boy is from Daysland, so they’re 150 miles apart from each other,” said Bulls coach Graham Schetzsle of Veteran. “It’s kind of mind-boggling.” Not to mention travel for games. The Bulls opened the season with three games in Lacombe two weekends ago, and headed to St. Albert last weekend for AAA tournament action. This weekend, they’re off to Sherwood Park for another AAA tourney. “It’s a challenge, no matter what community you’re in,” Schetzsle said of trying to find enough competitive players to field teams in rural communities. “Stettler is a pretty big community, but for Castor, Coronation, Veteran, Consort, Oyen and (others), it’s just impossible in this day and age to have one competitive team in each place.” Community collaboration and the commitment of coaches, players, parents and sponsors have enabled the Bulls to step up to the plate against some of the best players in the province. “The luxury of it is it allows kids in our area to play a little bit better baseball,” said Schetzsle, whose coaching staff includes Barry Logan of Oyen, Trevor Fawcett of Consort and Brad Zimmer of Daysland. “We aren’t in the AAA league, because of extra travel demands, but we have been competing closely with the AAA teams for the last couple of years. Some of our kids are an hour away (from Veteran), but at least it’s (worthy ball
AA competitive baseball, the Veteranbased Bulls are getting used to life on the highway. From Oyen in the east to Daysland in the west, the 14- and 15-year-old boys truly represent the east-central
close to home). It’s the only competitive baseball team in this age group in the east-central region.” The Stettler Sliders operated last season at the bantam AA level, but they aren’t back this season because most of those players have graduated from bantam. Two former Sliders — Taylor Frank of Castor and Paul Georget of Stettler — are now with the Bulls. Coronation, Brownfield, Veteran, Consort, Hardisty, Amisk and Czar are among the other communities represented in East Central’s 14-man lineup, including affiliate Jarek Sopracolle of Coronation. “This particular age group, we’ve had to reach out far and wide to get the numbers,” said Schetzsle, whose son Hayden is among the nine first-year bantams with the Bulls. “I’ve coached the core of this team since 2008. We’ve lost and gained a few pieces along the way, but there’s five originals from 2008, so those kids were eight years old at that time.” Last season, those Bulls won the provincial peewee AA Tier 1 championship. “We won Tier 1 provincials last year as a peewee team, and I have no reason to believe we won’t at least qualify for Tier 1 (bantam) provincials this year,” coach Schetzsle said. “I don’t know whether we’ll win or not, but who knows.” The Bulls hope to host a round of provincial qualifying at Veteran in early June. On the season-opening weekend, East Central posted three wins in as many games — 7-6 over Camrose Cougars Royal, 15-0 over Lacombe Dodgers Blue and 12-2 over the Heisler Junior Cardinals. Turn to Bulls, Pg 3
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Carver Zimmer slides into second base while Robby Gilbertson waits for the ball as the bantam AA East Central Bulls practised May 14 at Veteran. ECA Review/J. MacNeil
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East-central cadets gain slice of dough John MacNeil
Review Reporter The new Coronation-based cadet squadron marched door-to-door last week in the final phase of a pizza fundraiser. The cadets delivered pizza and other food products to east-central Alberta homes last Wednesday night to gain a slice of the profits. “We earned over $7,000 for selling the pizzas,” said Annette Allen, the squadron sponsoring committee chair of the Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron No. 572. “Our cut of it was about $1,600. So it really helps out.” After a four-month hiatus, the former Castor squadron resumed operations at the end of March in the group’s new base, Coronation. Along with the recruitment of more civilian instructors, the revamped squadron has stepped up fundraising efforts. “We’ve had some really great supporters,” Allen said. “The Elks came through. They donated the rental of the hall (in Coronation) this year. “Next year, since we’re getting too big now for the hall that we’re (training) in, we’ve cleared it with Cam Brown, the principal of Coronation School, that we can use the gymnasium on Mondays, starting in September. So that’s great — that’s a big area to work with.” The cadets and their leaders turned to pizza to make dough in support of their activities. “Coco Brooks (Pizza of Calgary) offered so much more this year,” Allen said. “They had Buffalo burgers and meat packs and everything this year, so it was a big seller.” The east-central squadron made a major move this winter, not so much geographically, but organizationally, as it relocated to Coronation from just down Highway 12 in Castor. In the process, the to-be-named 572 squadron added adult officers, a shortage of whom had threatened the future of the local organization and caused its wintertime suspension of operations. “We got a whole new whack of civilian
instructors, which is what we needed,” Allen said Friday. “A lot of women have stepped up and are willing to help out. “We need a couple of more male instructors. We have one male civilian instructor right now, and then the commanding officer, of course. But we have five civilian instructors that are women. We could really use another male influence in there.” The instructors teach the classes, but previous experience in a cadet squadron isn’t a prerequisite, Allen said. “You can learn right along with the cadets. I’ve taught classes … Actually, it’s quite educational.” Before they regrouped March 24, the cadets hadn’t marched together since Remembrance Day ceremonies last Nov. 11. Seemingly, they haven’t missed a beat on the membership front. The membership remains stable and shows signs of growth, Allen reported. “I believe we’re standing at 14 (members), including 11 from the Castor squadron. We’ve got three new members, but we have more coming. They’re just not 12 years old yet. They want to sign up next year. “They can be from anywhere in this area. They’re mostly from Coronation, but we also have cadets that come from Byemoor, Hanna, Brownfield and Castor, and hopefully next year we’ll have some from Veteran and Consort.” The 572 squadron has lost its Stettler content, but cadets from that area have the option to join squadrons closer to their home, such as those in Ponoka, Red Deer and Penhold, Allen said. “It has to usually stay within your 100-kilometre range. So they could go to Ponoka or they could come to us. It’s their choice.” The Coronation squadron, still mulling a potential moniker to match its 572 trademark, has confirmed that Royal Canadian Legion Branch No. 119 of Castor agreed to remain the sponsor of the local cadet group. The cadets plan to gather in Coronation on Saturday (May 24) to practise air-rifle shooting and to make up classes. On June 1, the air cadets are scheduled to take flight at the Netook Gliding Centre outside Olds.
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Bulls ramp up training with AAA tournaments Cont’d from Pg 1 With spring seemingly stranded on first base, it’s been difficult for all teams to gain an accurate read on their prospects for this baseball season. “I think we’ll be OK,” Schetzsle said as the Bulls practised May 14 on a rare sunny night. “It’s hard to tell, because it’s been so bloody cold, for one reason. We’ve been practising out here in very cold weather. We started on April 20, so we’ve been at it just about a month. There’s been a lot of cold weather. This would be about our seventh practice. It seems every one has been plus-2 with a wind.” The Bulls ramped up their training by entering Edmonton-area AAA tournaments on back-to-back weekends. “This weekend will be a stiffer test,” Schetzsle said. “It’s just for development. It doesn’t do anyone any good to win (convincingly). If you’re winning 15-0, it’s not even a good practice this early in the season. And we’ve always attended one AAA event, as a rule, per year. There’s some very talented kids in the province — and they put time and work into it — and it allows us to see what level we need to get to, or that we can get to. You only get better by playing better people — plain and simple.” Schetzsle speaks from experience on the Veteran field
where he’s watched generations of baseball. “I kind of grew up on this ball diamond,” he said. “My dad and a few other guys had a senior team here for a lot of years — the Veteran Angels. “When I came home from college, we had a senior team for three or four years … until I quit playing (and began coaching) when my son was old enough to play.” Son Hayden has just turned 14 years old. For baseball families, spring and summer weekends on the road are a way of life. The Bulls hope they’re on
course for the provincial championship tournament in late July. “We’ll only get a couple of weekends off from now until the end of July, so it’s pretty intense travel and schedule,” coach Schetzsle said. “And that’s part of the reason why there isn’t a lot of (competitive) teams like this, because not everybody wants to put in this time commitment.” The Bulls are banking on pitching contributions from multiple sources, with “eight or nine kids that can throw strikes and get people out.” As for starters, Schetzsle listed newcomers Frank and Georget and
incumbents Brendan and Gavin Logan of Oyen and Carver Zimmer of Coronation. Bulls AA roster: Brandon Buxton, Amisk; Robby Gilbertson, Brownfield; Taylor Frank, Castor; Josh Fawcett, Consort; Jarek Sopracolle (affiliate), Nick Brigley and Carver Zimmer, Coronation; Parker Grabler, Czar; Damon Zimmer, Daysland; Gage Nelson, Hardisty; Brendan
Logan and Gavin Logan, Oyen; Paul Georget, Stettler; Hayden Schetzsle, Veteran. Coaches: Graham Schetzsle, Veteran; Trevor Fawcett, Consort; Brad Zimmer, Daysland; Barry Logan, Oyen. Sponsors: TCI Business Capital, Calgary; Aspen Ford Sales, Stettler; Royal Oak Safety, Veteran; Dryland Cattle Trading Corp., Veteran; Iron City Rentals, Edmonton.
We would like to send a huge thank you to all those that have sent food, flowers, cards, visited, phoned and attended the memorial luncheon since the passing of Bill. A special thanks to the Castor Fire Department, Ambulance Staff, Doctor Hanton, and all the staff at the Castor Hospital. Also to Phil Doan and Terry Howe for assisting with the graveside service and the ladies that provided and served lunch at the hall. We would also like to thank Dean Ross and his staff for all their help. It is great to live in such a small and caring community. Your support has meant the world to all of us. In lieu of thank you cards, we have made a donation to the Castor Hospital in Bill’s honour. With all our appreciation, Mickey, Jason, Lisa, Hailey, Clinton, Tina, Maddox, and Kennedy Hronek
ECS students Elias waldner (left) and rhett Swahn show their might during the relays at the Coronation School elementary track and field meet May 15. ECAReview/J.MacNeil
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ECA Review Journalist There’s more to Canada’s Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP) than has been discussed in most media reports. Sure, there’s the all-toofamiliar “entitled” Canadians that have such poor work habits that employers prefer spending the extra $5,000 to get a temporary foreign worker. And then we have those heart-wrenching stories of select employers treating temporary foreign workers more as slaves and hostages than employees. Or we have stories of long-term employees being dumped in favour of cheaper foreign workers. But most agree, especially resource-based provinces such as Alberta, Saskatchewan and Newfoundland, that there is a shortage of workers prepared to work in low-paying service industry jobs. It’s a problem, but our provincial and federal government policies have created the worker shortages. The root problem, that everyone avoids talking about, is the current economic growth model, which is to extract natural resources at break-neck speed. The current Canadian population and its immigrants are just unable to keep up with job growth even though Canada has the highest immigration rate per capita in the world. There is a belief that temporary workers are the magic bullet. Use them and lose them. It saves taxpayers from dealing with their, or their family’s education, health, old age pensions, and the like. But alas, it’s never that simplistic. No temporary foreign worker program has ever been successful in any country when it has been overused. France, the Netherlands or the United States with its illegal immigrant “unofficial” program, are classic examples of TFWPs gone bad. Over-usage of temporary workers always means greed and convenience have surpassed need and human rights. If we don’t want all the inherent problems that come with a massive TFW program, there are options. Slow down resource development is primary. That would go a long way to solving many problems. Other solutions would be to offer affordable child care similar to Quebec so that foreign nannies aren’t necessary. Or even better, let oldfashion supply and demand market-economics work. If a service industry has labour shortages, higher wages will attract new job seekers to the industry. If you bring foreign workers over your intention may be to use them, then lose them, but their intention is to get a foot in the door and eventually move themselves and their families to Canada for a better life. I’m only a second-generation Canadian and I know that is exactly why my four grandparents came to Canada.
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Concert band members from immaculata High School in ottawa entertain at Consort School last week as part of their weeklong musical exchange. in front is wal wal. in the second row (from left) are Michael Donaghy, Stephen Donaghy and Jacob bays. ECA Review/J. MacNeil
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Saturday night. Jennifer Martinez, the senior music teacher at Immaculata, is a strong propoEven before her school trip to Consort, nent of the power of travel and music in city girl Chloe Walker had visions of Little educating children. Her school particiHouse on the Prairie, the long-running TV pated in similar exchanges last year in show about rural life in simpler times. Summerland, B.C., and two years ago in When she and her band mates from Fredericton, N.B. This year’s Ottawa stuImmaculata High School in Ottawa bused dents visiting Alberta came from grades 7, into east-central Alberta last week, there 8 and 9. were no signs of former Little House stars “One of the things I believe in is experiCharles and Laura Ingalls, but country ential learning,” Martinez said as her charm still radiated in communities along concert band warmed up for a community the Highway 12 flatlands. show in Consort last Wednesday evening. “I like it a lot,” said Walker, 13. “It’s “Students are able to develop a higher really different from what I’m used to at level of human communication where home, which I think is really good, there’s less people and more learning. I because it’s giving me a lot of different think there is a trend about empathy in experiences and opportunities to see difsmall communities, and students learn to ferent parts of Canada that I’m not appreciate (that culture) more. exposed to as much. “The kids are changed forever. There’s “Like, I’ve been out to the Maritimes no better education than travel and and I’ve been to British Columbia, but this music.” is a place where you don’t (necessarily) go. Martinez believes that students from Like, you don’t go on a family trip to rural both ends of the country showed adaptAlberta. That’s just not something that ability during the exchange and had “lots happens. So I feel really lucky that I have of fun” in the process. the opportunity to see something like this, The common denominator was music, because it doesn’t happen every day.” as Immaculata’s concert band blended It happened last week, as 30 students and with Yellow Blackbird’s pop and rock three teachers from Immaculata Catholic repertoire. high school spent a week in Alberta, “It’s kind of cool — the concert band side mostly in Consort, for the return engageand the rock band side — and the different ment of a national exchange with music styles of music,” said Davies, whose students from Consort, Coronation, Delia daughter Samantha and son Lorenzo are and Wainwright. Three weeks earlier, the part of Yellow Blackbird. “We play Alberta contingent of 22 students and eight together for part of the show. Just all of adults visited Ottawa for the initial phase that, what it takes to mould that in, was a of a program known as SEVEC (Society for process that I think brought all of the stuEducational Visits and Exchanges in dents pretty close together, as did billeting Canada). with each other.” Fifteen of those Alberta students came The Davies siblings gave some of the from Consort School, where music teacher Ottawa visitors, including Walker, a tour Boyd Davies seized the opportunity to of the Consort Enterprise newspaper expose his students — and members of the office. extracurricular Yellow Blackbird Band — “We walked there and (Samantha) was to teenagers and music from Canada’s waving to everyone,” said Walker, a Grade capital city. 8 student who plays clarinet. “It seems “We had a lot of junior high kids, so for everyone knows everyone, which is really lots of them, it was their first trip on a cool. I think the farming aspect is cool, plane,” Davies said. “The whole idea is to too.” get to know students from other parts of Grade 9 student Jacob Bays, 15, said Canada. And it’s a home-stay program, so none of the Immaculata band members you go and billet at their homes, and they had heard of Consort before last October, come back and do the same here. when they learned their school was “One of our main goals … was a musical matched with east-central Alberta. exchange, so we definitely have the kids “We Googled it and looked at the together a lot. Lots of them are pretty good Wikipedia website and the most interfriends now and know quite a bit about esting thing we found (about Consort) is each other. that there was only, like, 600 people,” Bays “Everywhere I go, people are, like, said. “That’s all we really knew. ‘You’re from where?’ Even in Alberta, “We thought it would be interesting, I people don’t know where I live. But now guess.” there’s 33 more people from Ontario who After flying to Calgary on May 12, the know where I’m from.” Ottawa students toured Canmore and City and rural music students bridged Banff before visiting the Royal Tyrrell the gap from Consort to Ottawa, perMuseum in Drumheller the next day and forming onstage together last week in proceeding to Consort. Turn to Definitely, Pg 15 east-central Alberta, including an appearance at the Consort School graduation
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ZAP! Theatre supports international cause Lisa Joy
Review Reporter A group of homeschool students from across Central Alberta — wanting to continue acting beyond high school and fundraise for an orphanage in Tanzania — helped create ZAP! Theatre group. Now, ZAP! Theatre, which started in May 2012, returns this year with its biggest production yet, The 3½ Musketeers. Most of its performers are from Lacombe, Ponoka area and Red Deer. The cast has 18 members ranging in age from 16 to 24. “Unwilling to simply accept what they were told was ‘reality’ and ‘growing up,’ these actors banded together to keep on acting, despite the hectic schedules created by work and university,” said Paige Mansell, assistant manager
of ZAP! Theatre. “The actors all wound up together because of Debbie and Dean Zepick (of Lacombe), who have used the performing arts to bring the homeschool students of Alberta together through winter drama productions, choirs and intensive summer camps,” she added. The family-friendly musical in two acts is a spoof, with apologies to Alexandre Dumas’ classic story. The performances, produced by special arrangement with Baker’s Plays, are at Asker Luther Church east of Ponoka. The 17th century ball gowns couldn’t be found in thrift stores, so the cast and families took on the challenge of making most of the costumes from scratch, under the direction of costume coordinator Lyndall Cave, said Mansell. They
rented one costume from the costume department at Red Deer College. Laurel Mansell painted the set. Music is by Jack Sharkey and the play is directed by Debbie and Dean Zepick. The theatre group helps street boys of Mwanza at the Christian Life Orphanage, which is supported by the Central Alberta Homeschool Choir. The actors, directors, managers and stagehands are all volunteers and pay for the production, period costumes and props out of their own pockets. At their productions, they have free-will offerings to help offset these costs. In addition, the group has launched a flexible funding video on Youtube at https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/ zap-theatre-presents-the-threeand-a-half-musketeers with a goal
of raising $2,500 from May 5 to June 4. As of Tuesday they were able to raise $1,260. The troupe just wrapped up its May performances and will
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Your turn to be the judge Brenda Schimke
University in England. In addition to practising law in different parts of Alberta and British Columbia she was a Law Professor at the University of Alberta. She currently resides in Europe. An online version and an audio version of “The Judgement Game” are soon to
be launched. The on-line version will provide feedback by regions across the country as to what decisions are being made, which in itself will be very intriguing. It’s a great read for anyone interested in, or frustrated with, the judicial system as you, the reader, are the ultimate decision maker. Graydon has a passion to see this book used in middle and high schools. It gives youth the opportunity to expand their decision making capability and unravel the mystery of their consciousness early in life. The book is not suitable for children because of its adult themes.
When someone does something tragic to others, for example the recent killing of five promising young people in Calgary by a detective’s son for no apparent reason, we ask, “How can that be?” “We know so much about technology, and although there is much study on the brain, we don’t really have any idea what’s happening in other people’s minds,” said Charalee Graydon. Graydon was in Red Deer over the long weekend promoting her recently published book, “The Judgement Game.” The Judgement Game” is a series of case studies which allows you to take part in the criminal and civil justice systems of the fictional country of Torcia. The country faces many of our present-day problems — domestic abuse, addictive behaviours, home invasion, impaired driving offences, sex and greed. The Judgement Game is about returning justice to the people and is interactive requiring you to make the decisions on the type of punishment Torcia will use. Charalee Graydon is working on a second book that Many will remember the author, will also focus on the law. ECA Review/B. Schimke Charalee Graydon, who was born and raised in the Brownfield area and took her schooling in Brownfield and County of Paintearth No. 18 Coronation. She also practiced law with Gary Grant in Stettler between 2003 and DEVELOPMENT PERMIT 2008. Graydon graduated from the University APPLICATIONS APPROVED of Alberta with an Arts and Law degree Notice is hereby given that the following and received a Rhodes scholarship to Development Permit Applications have been complete at doctorate of law at Oxford approved:
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Cont’d from Pg 4 To belittle the positive impact on the economy from the oilsands would be a comment bred in ignorance: many have succeeded in acquiring jobs in Alberta through this means. It brings a transient, fluid economy all across the province and it provides much revenue for Canada more broadly. Many would not have jobs without the “patch,” and it has put Alberta on the map — for better or for worse — on a global scale.
The extremes between catering to big oil and maintaining a natural balance are always being negotiated in this province. More recently, the oil interests muscled out a quieter, less hostile enemy with the aid of the Alberta government: the habitat of endangered mountain caribou. The government proceeded with auctioning off of 1,700 hectares, or seven plots, of land north of Grande Cache for oil development. The area to be auctioned off includes territory for the 100-animal RedrockPrairie Creek and 78-animal Narraway herds, which have both been severely affected in numbers due to environmental disturbance caused by development more broadly. If the numbers of these herds seem low, that can be directly attributed to their endangered status: the highest, most devastating designation a species can acquire, denoting that without proper monitoring and safety measures the species is at peak risk for extinction. For impact: these creatures, at this very moment, are at a high risk from complete and total annihilation from the planet. The government, declining to acknowledge this endangered classification nor hold a moratorium to discuss the sale, is persisting with the argument that property is being sold within strict development guidelines — guidelines that many within the environmental and conservation sector say aren’t sufficient to
actually keep the risk of extinction at bay. Despite the fact that more measures, including longer-distance drilling and a more aggressive stance on reforestation, have been suggested to be added to the drilling provisions to ensure the animals can maintain a healthy lifestyle in their territory, the government has firmly locked it’s horns on selling the land under its rules.
To privilege the acquisition of monetary gains over the maintenance and restoration of living creatures is an uncalculated risk; disrupting the province’s natural biosphere and potentially eliminating the ability to maintain Alberta’s most beautiful and holistic natural resource: its nature. Relinquishing the homeland of multiple endangered species to money-making machines, when the oil industry is presently thriving within Alberta and elsewhere, is greed manifest. Natural resources such as animal species and living lands aren’t as lucrative financially as oil — but they contribute to the health of the Earth and the variety and attraction of Alberta. Think of the tourism ads promoting the province on television: one doesn’t see sweeping, slowmotion images of the oilseeds, but brilliant video of the mountains, the pastures: Alberta’s nature. This natural landscape used to promote the province to outsiders is the same one that clears the skies so we have breathable air, nourishes the ground so we have cultivatable land and maintains the cycles through which our lives are governed. We have already begun to see the ill-effects of natural destruction on a global scale, such as a study that determined a link between pollution in Asia and erratic weather patterns in the U.S. When it comes to nature, nothing is done in isolation and certainly nothing is benign and harmless. To rush with haste into a potentially
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Irresponsible Cont’d from Pg 4 He talks about it is a woman’s right to choose. There are many choices that a woman can make if she unintentionally becomes pregnant. These choices do not have to include abortion, but I am quite sure that what he is referring to is abortion and not adoption or some other choice that would preserve the life of the fetus. You can sugar coat this issue with all the soft weasel words you like but it does not change the fact that when the life of a fetus is deliberately terminated, it is murder! When a woman chooses to abort a fetus, she chooses to end the life of what would have been a human like herself. It demonstrates a total lack of respect for human life. In far too many situations, abortion is used as a form of birth control. What makes abortion even more odious is that it is paid for with the tax dollars of the people that are strongly opposed to the termination of life for the most vulnerable. If women want choice, they could choose to make sure they do not participate in unprotected sex. Trudeau has demonstrated on more than one occasion that he does not believe in democracy. He once stated in an interview that his idea of a model government is China.
He believes that his Liberal candidates must represent his views on pro-choice, not the views of their constituents. So if the majority of an MP’s constituents believe in pro-life, Trudeau would demand that the MP vote pro-choice. In demanding that his candidates be pro-choice instead of being pro-life, Justin Trudeau is asking his candidates and our society to support irresponsible intimate personal behaviour. I think the real problem with this issue is political correctness. We need to call a spade a spade. In my opinion, abortion is murder pure and simple. If it was referred to that way and people understood it that way, I am sure there would be far less of it. The statistics on abortion are absolutely staggering and should not be tolerated in a civilized society. Herman Schwenk Coronation
Custom manure spreading: - equipped for big or small jobs: low sheds and confined areas. General Contracting: - all types of skid steer service - all types of fencing
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AUCTION for Cameron & Frieda Thompson of Edberg, AB
Saturday, May 31 10 a.m. Featuring: 1968 Chrysler 300 4 dr. hard top car w\ 440 magnum motor , and other older collectible vehicles. Good selection of horse harness and chaps, spurs, bridles and more. Good line up of machinery. For antiques there is a excellent line of antique oak furniture, and other rare and unique collectibles. For info or flyer for this auction contact: Doug and Loraine Kennedy @ 780-679-4142 or check out our website @ www globalauctionguide.com
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Stettler county backs skate park Lisa Joy
Review Reporter County of Stettler council, at its May 14 meeting, approved $30,000 in cash or inkind work for the Stettler Skate Park. The skate park committee has received more than $150,000 from the Town of Stettler, $75,000 from province in a Community Facility Enhancement Fund grant and have raised more than $58,000 themselves. The land for the park is provided by the town and will remain under town ownership. The first phase, a heart-shaped portion, will be developed first. Mike Lawlor, representing the skate park committee, told county council that the community response has been good and they expect more donations. “We’re just trucking along,” he said. Exactly what day they will break ground hasn’t been nailed down, said Lawlor, but he added it will be determined when they get closer to their fundraising goal. Coun. Les Stulberg voted against the county funding $30,000. County council approved $88,881 for a survey to correct the Old Bolin Subdivision encroachments. The Summer Village of Rochon Sands, in its Buffalo Lake South Shore Intermunicipal Development Plan (BLSSIDP) allows them to work jointly with the County of Stettler to survey the encroachment and give affected landowners a chance to buy the reserve land from the county. The first phase of the project costs about $34,279, which the county budgeted $28,902. The Summer Village of Rochon Sands’ portion is $5,377, but the county will pay it and recover the funds from the summer village later this year. In a split 4-3 vote, county council voted in favour of re-supplying calcium for up to 10 residents along 19-3, two miles south of 39-2 and two residences east of 39-2. The road was initially surfaced with calcium in 2011, but the application only lasted about two to three weeks because of heavy volume of traffic. “It’s a main thoroughfare,” Larry Mulgrove told county council at its May 14
regular meeting. “After the three weeks, the calcium is a dirty dust.” Township Road 39-2 is the only through road from Stettler to Halkirk and connects many landowners from east and northeast of Stettler. In addition, an eightlot subdivision application was registered in 2012 in the area. Stettler Auction Mart also generates a large amount of heavy truck and trailer traffic. Oilfield companies and large farm machinery also use three miles of 39-2 road. New commercial businesses in the area have also translated into increased traffic. Councillors James Nibourg, Les Stulberg and Dave Grover voted against the motion. County council unanimously agreed to administration’s recommendation that the county consider the upgrading of roads as a condition for a development permit or subdivision approval. For residential development the county will base its decision whether upgrades are needed on the impact the application will have on road function. If upgrades are needed, the county will add the upgrades to the road construction program as its budget allows. A report prepared by John van der Bank, director of planning and development, stated this approach was needed because many county roads don’t meet current new construction road standards. Councillor Les Stulberg said the changes will make the county more user-friendly. The Donalda and District Ag Society will see about $6,000 in funding after County of Stettler council agreed to help fund a hot water tank and furnace for the Donalda Community Hall. Last fall, their furnace and hot water heater quit and had to be replaced right away because the hall couldn’t operate without them. They had unsuccessfully applied for grant money from the Recreational Special Project Funding. The Donalda and District Ag Society provided an updated financial statement that revealed its limited surplus to cover the unexpected expense. The $6,000 will come out of the county’s Operating Recreation Reserve, leaving a balance of about $47,000.
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ofDIANNE Strome, ABBLAESER and of Strome, AB
Saturday, June 7, 2014 – 10:00 a.m.
Saturday, 7, 2014 – 10:00 a.m. RAYJune and DIANNE BLAESER
Located: From Strome, go 1.2 km west on Hwy 13, then 0.3 km north on RR 152, then 0.5 km east on Twp Road 444; OR from Daysland, forgo 13.2 km east on Hwy 13, then 0.3 km north on RR 152, then 0.5 km east on Twp Road 444. Located: From Strome, go 1.2 km west on Hwy 13, then 0.3 km north on RR 152, then 0.5 km east on Twp Road 444; This go is a13.2 verykm clean of equipment. major OR from Daysland, east line on Hwy 13, then 0.3 Most km north on pieces RR 152,have then been 0.5 kmshedded. east on Twp Road 444.
of Strome, AB
This is a very clean line of equipment. Most major pieces have been shedded.
Saturday, June 7, 2014 – 10:00 a.m. Located: From Strome, go 1.2 km west on Hwy 13, then 0.3 km north on RR 152, then 0.5 km east on Twp Road 444; OR from Daysland, go 13.2 km east on Hwy 13, then 0.3 km north on RR 152, then 0.5 km east on Twp Road 444.
This is a very clean line of equipment. Most major pieces have been shedded. TRACTORS TRACTORS John Deere 4640 c/w 20.8x38 duals (vg • • John Deere 4640 c/w 20.8x38 duals (vg tires), 5100 +/– hr., quad trans, 3 hyd., big tires), 5100 +/– hr., quad trans, 3 hyd., big 1000 PTO, aux. front fuel tank, vg cond., S/N 1000 PTO, aux. front fuel tank, vg cond., S/N 4640H027720RW • John Deere 4240 c/w JD 158 loader, 7’ bucket 4640H027720RW and grapple, 11,000 +/– hr., quad trans, • John Deere 4240 c/w JD 158 loader, 7’ bucket after market 3-pt. hitch, 20.8x34 singles, 3 TRACTORS and grapple, 11,000 +/– hr., quad trans, hyd., one owner, S/N 4240H012920R • John Deere 4640 c/w 20.8x38 duals (vg • after market 3-pt. hitch, 20.8x34 singles, 3 John Deere 1050 2WD, 637 hr. at booking, tires), 5100 +/– hr., quad trans, 3 hyd., big hyd., one owner, S/N 4240H012920R 3-pt. hitch, vg rubber, 540 PTO, 28 hp, roll 1000 PTO, aux. front fuel tank, vg cond., S/N • 4640H027720RW John Deere 1050 2WD, 637 hr. at booking, bar, vg cond., S/N CH1050S018728 • Ford 8N, 3-pt. hitch, motor has been redone 3-pt. hitch, vg rubber, 540 PTO, 28 hp, roll • John Deere 4240 c/w JD 158 loader, 7’ bucket TRUCKS bar, vg cond., S/N CH1050S018728 and grapple, 11,000 +/– hr., quad trans, 1978 Ford 700 Louisville c/w wood box and • after market 3-pt. hitch, 20.8x34 singles, 3 Ford 8N, 3-pt. hitch, motor has been redone hoist, roll tarp, 55,765 km showing, 361 hyd., one owner, S/N 4240H012920R TRUCKS eng., 5&2 trans., vg 10:00R20 rear tires, • John Deere 1050 2WD, 637 hr. at booking, • 3-pt. hitch, vg rubber, 540 PTO, 28 hp, roll 1978 Ford 700 Louisville c/w wood box and very nice truck • bar, vg cond., S/N CH1050S018728 1952+/– Fargo 2T grain truck, 12’ box and hoist, roll tarp, 55,765 km showing, 361 hoist, 4 spd., 6 cyl. • Ford 8N, 3-pt. hitch, motor has been redone eng., 5&2 trans., vg 10:00R20 rear tires, • 1990 Ford 250 TRUCKS reg cab, long box, 5.8L on very nice truck propane, auto., 229,305 km showing • 1978 Ford 700 Louisville c/w wood box and
• 1952+/– Fargo 2T grain truck, 12’ box and
HAYING hoist, roll AND tarp, HARVEST 55,765 km EQUIPMENT showing, 361 hoist, 4 spd., 6 cyl. • JD 530 round baler, good cond. eng., 5&2 trans., vg 10:00R20 rear tires, • • 12’ NH 499 hyd. swing haybine, vg cond. 1990 Ford 250 reg cab, long box, 5.8L on very nice truck propane, auto., 229,305 km showing • JD 7721 PT combine, JD 6 belt PU, hyd. 1952+/– Fargo 2T grain truck, 12’ box and transport swing, limited acres on concave, hoist, 4 spd., 6 cyl. HAYING AND HARVEST EQUIPMENT • feeder chain and elevator chains, airfoil sieve 1990 Ford 250 reg cab, long box, 5.8L on • • JD 530 round baler, good cond. 18’ Versatile 400 swather, Honey Bee knife, propane, auto., 229,305 km showing • HAYING 12’ NH 499 hyd. swing haybine, vg cond. PU reel AND HARVEST EQUIPMENT 25’ 7721 MF PT PT swather, lifters, batt reel, • • JD combine, JD 6 belt PU, newer hyd. JD 530 round baler, good cond. canvasses swing, limited acres on concave, • transport 12’ NH 499 hyd. swing haybine, vg cond. • feeder chain and elevator chains, airfoil sieve 18’ CCIL PT swather; 18’ Macdon PU reel; JD • JD 7721 PT combine, JD 6 belt PU, hyd. 6601 airfoil sieve transport swing, limited acres on concave, • • 18’ Versatile 400 swather, Honey Bee knife, Otma 8-wheel 3-pt. hitch rake, 7’ AC sickle feeder chain and elevator chains, airfoil sieve PU reel • mower 18’ Versatile 400 swather, Honey Bee knife, • 25’ MF PT swather, lifters, batt reel, newer 6’ Flexicoil canola roller PU reel • canvasses 25’ MF PT swather, lifters, batt reel, newer • 18’ CCIL PT swather; 18’ Macdon PU reel; JD canvasses • 6601 airfoil sieve 18’ CCIL PT swather; 18’ Macdon PU reel; JD 6601 airfoil sieve • Otma 8-wheel 3-pt. hitch rake, 7’ AC sickle • Otma 8-wheel 3-pt. hitch rake, 7’ AC sickle mower mower • • 6’ Flexicoil canola roller 6’ Flexicoil canola roller
FIELD EQUIPMENT EQUIPMENT FIELD 27’ JD 610 DT cult. c/w NH3 kit, 4 bar • • 27’ JD 610 DT cult. c/w NH3 kit, 4 bar harrows • harrows 33’ CCIL 279 field cult., 4 bar harrows • • 33’ CCIL 279 field cult., 4 bar harrows Two 12’ Kello-Built 210 offset discs, notched blades, will sell separately (Selling for Jack • Two 12’ Kello-Built 210 offset discs, notched Potter: 780-385-0334) blades, will sell separately (Selling for Jack • Potter: 780-385-0334) 28’ LZB hoedrills FIELD EQUIPMENT • Back-on drill mover • • • 28’ LZB hoedrills 27’ JD 610 DT cult. c/w NH3 kit, 4 bar 60’ Flexicoil tine harrows and drawbar harrows • • Back-on drill mover Kirchner V ditcher 33’ CCIL 279 field cult., 4 bar harrows • • 60’ Flexicoil tine harrows and drawbar 14’ Alteen disc Two 12’ Kello-Built 210 offset discs, notched John Deere 10’ land leveler • • • Kirchner V ditcher blades, will sell separately (Selling for Jack HD farm wagon chasis (was NH 3 cart), large • • 14’ Alteen disc Potter: 780-385-0334) tires • • • John Deere 10’ land leveler 28’ LZB hoedrills Haul-All fert./seed tote, 2 hyd. augers, vg Back-on drill mover • HD farm wagon chasis (was NH cond. 3 cart), large • 60’ Flexicoil tine harrows and drawbar • tires Kinsella rock picker Kirchner V ditcher 55’ diamond flex harrows and drawbar; 18’ • • Haul-All fert./seed tote, 2 hyd. augers, vg • 14’ Alteen disc Rollo-Flex DT cult., Case 4 bottom plow • cond. John Deere 10’ land leveler CATTLE EQUIPMENT cart), large • • Kinsella rock picker HD farm wagon chasis (was NH 3 Bale King 2000 bale processor, 1000 PTO, • • 55’ diamond flex harrows and drawbar; 18’ tires vg cond. fert./seed tote, 2 hyd. augers, vg • Rollo-Flex DT cult., Case 4 bottom plow Haul-All • cond. Peerless 400 roller/mixmill, 4” hyd. feed auger CATTLE EQUIPMENT • Kinsella rock picker McMillen hyd. post hole auger, 9” and 12” • • 55’ diamond flex harrows and drawbar; 18’ Bale King 2000 bale processor, 1000 PTO, • bits Rollo-Flex DT cult., Case 4 bottom plow vg cond. • Powder River cattle squeeze and palp. cage • • Peerless 400 roller/mixmill, 4” hyd. feed CATTLE EQUIPMENT 12’x12’ maternity pen c/w auto headgate • Bale King 2000 bale processor, 1000 PTO, • auger Four 10’ WW stall fronts with rolling gates, vg cond. • McMillen hyd. post hole auger, 9” and 12” four 12’ WW stall partitions • Peerless 400 roller/mixmill, 4” hyd. feed • bits Two self feeders, 12’ and 16’, metal roofs auger Twelve 10’ panels, Four 16’ panels, 10’ • • • Powder River cattle squeeze and palp. cage McMillen hyd. post hole auger, 9” and 12” gate panel, quantity steel gates, tire feeders, • 12’x12’ maternity pen c/w auto headgate bits troughs, back scratchers Powder River cattle squeeze and palp. cage • • Four 10’ WW stall fronts with rolling gates, IH 275 TA manure spreader, older; JD hay • four 12’ WW stall partitions 12’x12’ maternity pen c/w auto headgate sweep Four 10’ WW stall fronts with rolling gates, 34’ TA bale trailer • • Two self feeders, 12’ and 16’, metal roofs four 12’ WW stall partitions Seventeen 13’ guard rails, railroad ties, used • • • Twelve 10’ panels, Four 16’ panels, 10’ Two self feeders, 12’ and 16’, metal roofs • gate panel, quantity steel gates, tire feeders, Twelve 10’ panels, Four 16’ panels, 10’ troughs, back scratchers gate panel, quantity steel gates, tire feeders, troughs, back scratchers • IH 275 TA manure spreader, older; JD hay • sweep IH 275 TA manure spreader, older; JD hay sweep • • 34’ TA bale trailer 34’ TA bale trailer • • Seventeen 13’ guard rails, railroad ties, used Seventeen 13’ guard rails, railroad ties, used
fence posts, two 9’ feeder panels fence posts, two 9’ feeder panels • • Three Three Solar Solar Parmak Parmak 6V 6V fencers, fencers, 12V 12V and and 110V fencers, lg. quantity elec. fence posts, 110V fencers, lg. quantity elec. fence posts, lg. quantity elec. fence wire lg. quantity elec. fence wire • EZE bloodless castrator, calf puller, lg. • dehorner, EZE bloodless castrator, calf puller, lg. Medidart, calf snatcher, misc. vet supplies dehorner, Medidart, calf snatcher, misc. vet GRAIN VAC, AUGERS, BINS supplies fence posts, two 9’ feeder panels Kongskilde 700 grain vac, 1000 PTO • Three Solar Parmak 6V fencers, 12V and GRAIN VAC, AUGERS, BINS • 110V Brandt 7”x28’ auger, Kawasaki 10 hp, elec. fencers, lg. quantity elec. fence posts, • lg. quantity elec. fence wire Kongskilde 700 grain vac, 1000 PTO start • EZE Brandt 7”x28’ auger, Kawasaki 10 hp, elec. Sakundiak 8”x41’ PTO auger; Malco 6”x28’ • bloodless castrator, calf puller, lg. auger dehorner, Medidart, calf snatcher, misc. vet start Westeel 4 ring feed/seed hopper bin • • supplies Sakundiak 8”x41’ PTO auger; Malco 6”x28’ • 900 bu+/– round wood bin GRAIN VAC, AUGERS, BINS auger • Kongskilde 700 grain vac, 1000 PTO 12’x14’ wood bin •
• Westeel 4 ring feed/seed hopper bin
3-PT. HITCH EQUIPMENT Brandt 7”x28’ auger, Kawasaki 10 hp, elec. • • 900 bu+/– round wood bin • 7’ Howards HD 3-pt. rototiller start • 5’ 12’x14’ wood bin • Hi Co HD 3-pt. disc, notched blades, vg Sakundiak 8”x41’ PTO auger; Malco 6”x28’ cond. auger 3-PT. HITCH EQUIPMENT 7’ IH 80 3-pt. snow blower, single auger Westeel 4 ring feed/seed hopper bin • • • 7’ Howards HD 3-pt. rototiller 5’ JD 506 3-pt. rough cut mower 900 bu+/– round wood bin • • 5’ Hi Co HD 3-pt. disc, notched blades, vg 5-1/2’ 3-pt. cult.; 3 bar 3-pt. harrow; 7-1/2’ 12’x14’ wood bin cond. 3-pt. rear spring tooth 3-pt. 3-PT.blade, HITCH54” EQUIPMENT cultivator • • 7’ IH 80 3-pt. snow blower, single auger 7’ Howards HD 3-pt. rototiller
• 5’ JD 506 3-pt. rough cut mower and QUAD • 5’ Hi LAWN Co HD TRACTORS 3-pt. disc, notched blades, vg 2011 JD 425 EZ Track zero turn lawn mower, • 5-1/2’ 3-pt. cult.; 3 bar 3-pt. harrow; 7-1/2’ cond. 129 hr. at blade, booking, cut, 23 hp, 3-pt. rear • 7’ IH 80 3-pt. snow blower, single auger 3-pt. rear 54” 48” spring tooth bagger, front weights, exc. cond. • 5’ JD 506 3-pt. rough cut mower cultivator JD 112 lawn tractor, 32” rototiller, mower, • 5-1/2’ 3-pt. cult.; 3 bar 3-pt. harrow; 7-1/2’ elec. lift, good cond. LAWN TRACTORS and QUAD 3-pt. rear blade, 54” spring tooth 3-pt. 1997 Yamaha 350 Big Bear quad, 4x4, • • cultivator 2011 JD 425 EZ Track zero turn lawn mower, winch, racks, good cond. TRACTORS 129 LAWN hr. at booking, 48” and cut, QUAD 23 hp, rear • 2011 JD 425 EZ Track zero turn lawn mower, ATV dump wagon; Westward quad sprayer •
bagger, front weights, exc. cond.
ANTIQUE48” CAR 129 112 hr. lawn at booking, cut, 23 hp, rear • JD tractor, 32” rototiller, mower, • 1972 Chev Caprice 2-dr., showing 97,298 bagger, front weights, exc. cond. elec. lift, good cond. • miles, 400 eng., auto, runs good JD 112 lawn tractor, 32” rototiller, mower, • 1997 Yamaha 350 Big Bear quad, 4x4, elec. lift, good cond. • winch, racks, good cond. 1997 Yamaha 350 Big Bear quad, 4x4, winch, racks, good cond. • ATV dump wagon; Westward quad sprayer • ATV dump wagon; Westward quad sprayer
ANTIQUE CAR ANTIQUE CAR • • 1972 Chev Caprice 2-dr., showing 97,298 1972 Chev Caprice 2-dr., showing 97,298 miles, 400 eng., auto, runs good miles, 400 eng., auto, runs good
FARM MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS FARM EasyCheck Grain Storage Monitor, handheld; • • EasyCheck Grain Storage Monitor, handheld; OP1 cable • OP1 cable 100 gal. slip tank c/w 12V pump; two 500 • 100 gal. slip tank c/w 12V pump; two 500 gal. / one 300 gal. fuel tanks/stands • gal. / one 300 gal. fuel tanks/stands Bin dollies and hitch; drill fill; 250 gal. water tank on wheels; 300 gal. water tank • Bin dollies and hitch; drill fill; 250 gal. water • tank on wheels; 300 gal. water tank Quantity 1/2” plywood MISCELLANEOUS • Pick-up FARM box trailer with canopy; 500 gal. • • Quantity 1/2” plywood EasyCheck Grain Storage Monitor, handheld; propane tank (older); 2-3/8” well pipe OP1 cable • Pick-up box trailer with canopy; 500 gal. SHOP TOOLS and HOUSEHOLD • propane tank (older); 2-3/8” well pipe 100 gal. slip tank c/w 12V pump; two 500 • Westward 5 hp gas pressure washer, Peter gal. / one 300 gal. fuel tanks/stands #19 anvil, and 20 T HOUSEHOLD hyd. manual press, SHOP TOOLS • Wright Bin dollies and hitch; drill fill; 250 gal. water washer, Lincoln grease gun, Plews tank on wheels; 300 gal. water tank • parts Westward 5 hp gas 12V pressure washer, Peter • 18 V grease gun, 5/8” drill press, 2T eng. hoist, Quantity 1/2” plywood Wright #19 anvil, 20 T hyd. manual press, Motomaster HD battery charger, air compressor, • parts washer, Lincoln 12V grease gun, Plews Pick-up box trailer with canopy; 500 gal. bench grinder, RPM gauge, Kawasaki 14 hp propane tank (older); 2-3/8” well pipe 18 V grease gun, 5/8” drill press, 2T eng. hoist, motor, 2000 W genset, Rockwell table saw, SHOP TOOLS HOUSEHOLD chain hoists, cable, and Honda 5 hp water pump, Motomaster HD battery charger, air compressor, • neck yokes, antique cook stove Westward 5 hp gas pressure washer, Peter bench grinder, RPM 20 gauge, Kawasaki hp Wright #19 anvil, T hyd. manual 14 press, • Wood bolt bin and contents, Stihl 18” chainsaw, motor, 2000 W genset, Rockwell table Plews saw, parts washer, Lincoln 12V grease gun, Dewalt sawsall, JD 230 amp AC welder, Mantis 18 V grease gun, 5/8” drill press, 2T eng. hoist, chain hoists, cable, Honda 5 hp water pump, edger / cultivator, Makita 14” cutoff saw, JD Motomaster HD battery charger, air compressor, neck yokes, antique cook stove kerosene heater, cutting torch outfit, chains, bench grinder, RPM gauge, Kawasaki 14 hp • jacks, gopher traps, shop tools, etc. Wood bolt bin and contents, Stihl 18” chainsaw, motor, 2000 W genset, Rockwell table saw, • Dewalt sawsall, JD 230 amp AC welder, Mantis Some household items chain hoists, cable, Honda 5 hp water pump, AUCTIONEER’S NOTE edger / cultivator, Makita 14” cutoff saw, JD neck yokes, antique cook stove The above listing is a guide only. All goods are sold on kerosene heater, cutting torch outfit, chains, • Wood bolt bin and contents, Stihl 18” chainsaw, an “as is”, “where is” basis and any description, verbal Dewalt sawsall, JD 230 amp AC welder, Mantis jacks, gopher traps, shop tools, etc. or in advertising, of goods is set out or offered as a / cultivator, Makita 14” cutoff saw, JD guide only. Doug Johnson Auction Service Ltd. accepts • no edger Some household items responsibility for errors in description, it being the kerosene heater, cutting torch outfit, chains, responsibility of prospective buyers to inspect the goods AUCTIONEER’S NOTE jacks, gopher traps, shop tools, etc. before the sale and satisfy themselves as to condition, • Some household items The above listing is a guide only. All goods are sold on age, authenticity, make or model. an “as is”, “where is” basis and any description, verbal This list is subject to additions and deletions. Doug AUCTIONEER’S NOTE or in advertising, of goods is will set out as a Johnson Auction Service Ltd. not or be offered responsible The above listing is a guide only. All goods are sold on for accidents, damage or loss. All sales are final. GST guide only. Doug Johnson Auction Service Ltd. accepts an “as is”, “where is” basis and any description, verbal will apply on some items. Payment in full on sale day. no responsibility it being as the or in advertising, for of errors goods in is description, set out or offered a Arrangements must be made 48 hours prior to guide only. Doug Johnson Auction Service Ltd. accepts responsibility of prospective buyers to inspect the goods the sale for cell for phone and no responsibility errors in absentee description, bidding. it being the before the sale and satisfy themselves as to condition, responsibility of prospective buyers to inspect the goods age, authenticity, make or model. before the sale and satisfy themselves as to condition, This list is subject to additions and deletions. Doug age, authenticity, make or model. Johnson Service Ltd. will and not deletions. be responsible This list Auction is subject to additions Doug Johnson Auction Service Ltd. will not be for accidents, damage or loss. All sales are responsible final. GST for accidents, damage or loss. All sales are final. GST will apply on some items. Payment in full on sale day. will apply on some items. Payment in full on sale day. Arrangements must be made 48 hours prior to Arrangements must be made 48 hours prior to the the sale sale for for cell cell phone phone and and absentee absentee bidding. bidding.
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DOUG JOHNSON AUCTION SERVICE LTD. For moreCamrose, information, Ray#334038 Blaeser at• 780-376-3954 or 780-385-1486 AB •contact License Phone 780-672-1105 For more information, contact Ray Blaeser at 780-376-3954 or 780-385-1486
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Sale Conducted By DOUG JOHNSON AUCTION SERVICE LTD. Camrose, AB • License #334038 • Phone 780-672-1105
DOUG JOHNSON AUCTION SERVICE LTD. Camrose, AB • License #334038 • Phone 780-672-1105
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1023E Sub-Compact Utility Tractor
• 22.4 HP engine • Hydrostatic transmission • TwinTouch™ dual pedals
XUV 825i Gator
0% APR for 60 months + $1,435 off
• 50HP (37.3 kW) • 44 mph top speed • Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI)
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THE FRONTIER Pool League and participants would like to thank the following for their donations of door prizes for our season wind-up. Coronation Industrial Sales, John Bolt Welding, League Pipeline, Midfield Supply, M & N Construction, Preston Environmental, Techmation and any others I’ve missed, Thank you. Our pool league runs from November to March. Each team consists of two players. It’s loads of fun. New teams welcome! Only one night a week.
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including all venting for air conditioners, sewer and fans; and repairs to the siding on the ambulance bay situated next to the municipal public works shop. All roofs to be brown seamless metal). All roof quotes must include all venting required and all work required so that the Village deals with the one contractor only. If you are getting sub-contractors you must include that cost in your quote. This project needs to be completed before September 30th, 2014. Enclosed please find a Stipulated Price Bid and Contract Form. The Village requires those bidding to provide a detailed outline of what services are to be provided, what equipment is to be utilized and what building materials are to be used. The Village also requires that each roof be quoted separately as well as the repairs to the ambulance bay please quote separately. version “The Municipality reserves the right to accept3”orwide reject any or all tenders and to waive irregularities and informalities at its discretion. The Municipality reserves the right to accept a tender other then the lowest tender without stating reasons. By the act of submitting its bid, the Bidder waives any right to contest in any legal proceeding or action the right of the Municipality to award the work to whomever it chooses in its sole and unfettered discretion, and for whatever reasons the Municipality deems appropriate. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, SO007488 the Municipality may consider any factor besides price and capability to perform the work that it deems in its sole discretion to be relevant to its decision, including but not limited to the following: price.” The tenders are to be received at the Village of Consort in sealed envelopes by (NOON – WEDNESDAY JUNE 4, 2014) and will remain sealed until the end of the period of time set for receipt 3” wide version of tender documents. Notification will be given to the chosen Bidder by (June 12, 2014) by mail. MÉTIS Please contact the Village for tender packages. 403-577-3623
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This will be a one year maternity leave position to begin in July 2014. 4 days/week. Computer skills in Microsoft Office and accounting experience considered an asset Please fax, e-mail, or mail resume to: East Central Gas Co-op Ltd. Box 190 Hanna AB T0J 1P0 Fax: 403-854-2051 firstname.lastname@example.org Attn: Reg Corry Deadline for applications is May 26th, 2014 Study International Development Only those candidates chosen for an interview will be contacted. at Lakeland College. This new one-year
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MÉTIS CANADIAN YOUTH LEADERSHIP PROGRAM 12345
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‘Definitely something I’ll remember’ Cont’d from Pg 7 Most revealing was “just the landscape of the Prairies,” said Bays, who plays competitive hockey. “But it’s been a nice, interesting change.” Bays, a saxophonist, was matched with Connor Sheppard, a Grade 9 student from Consort who plays bass guitar. While they might come from varied backgrounds, it seems common themes emerge among teenagers. “You know the (same) video games,” Bays said with a smile. “Listen to music, play music.” Sheppard, 15, said the Albertans made the most of their week in Ottawa and beyond. “It was fun,” he said of a tour that included visits to Parliament Hill and Montreal, rockclimbing and a taste of Poutine. “Lots of great experiences. Met a lot of awesome people. It was definitely something I’ll remember. “I mostly just like meeting all the people there. It was cool to see. Things aren’t that much different there, but they’re still different. One thing that I just remember, because it was funny, is that their milk comes in bags. “The Parliament buildings were really cool. It was awesome to see where it’s all done (politically). Lot more people than here in Consort. I got used to it. I liked
the bigger city over the small town.” Wherever he settles as an adult, Sheppard hopes music remains an influence. “I’m definitely going to play music my entire life,” he said. “I like playing music and listening to it. “After I graduate,
I’m planning on going to university and becoming an architect.” Sheppard described his billet mate — Bays — with words that finished atop the chart during the music exchange. “He was just really fun and cool and awesome.”
County of Paintearth No. 18
2014 PROPERTY TAX NOTICES
Deadline for Payment: June 30, 2014
The County of Paintearth No. 18 mailed the property tax notices for 2014. The deadline for payment of 2014 property taxes is June 30, 2014. Balances still owing after June 30, 2014 will be subject to a penalty of 5% and a further 10% penalty on all outstanding balances after September 30, 2014. Payment can be made by cheque, cash, or debit at the County Administration Office located at #1 Crowfoot Crossing, Highway 12 and Twp Road 374; at the TD Canada Trust in Coronation, or the ATB Financial branches located in Halkirk, Castor, or Coronation. Check our website for financial institutions set up to accept on-line payments at www.countypaintearth.ca
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PUBLIC MEMBER Campus Alberta Central Governance Team
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Olds College and Red Deer College developed an innovative Regional Stewardship Model to address their joint responsibility to provide adult learners with access to post secondary educational programming and support services in the central Alberta Region. The partnership, called Campus Alberta Central (CAC), is seeking applications from individuals interested in serving as a public Governance Team (Board) member on the Campus Alberta Central Governance Team. A public member shares with the Chair and other members of the Governance Team the responsibilities of: Governance and the formulation of policies regarding academic, learner support services and fiscal matters Establishing the purpose and vision of Campus Alberta Central Ensuring the academic financial and social well-being of Campus Alberta Central and issues affecting education, adult learning and life-long learning To be eligible, you should have: Senior leadership experience An understanding of financial matters Community volunteer experience with Board governance Preference will be given to those who have demonstrated interest in rural post-secondary education or an awareness of issues affecting life-long learners and/or demonstrated an understanding of the Policy Governance Model. In order to bring a broader perspective to the Governance Team, preference will also be given to applicants from communities in rural central Alberta. Appointment: A public member is appointed for a term up to two (2) years and may be reappointed for one further term of two (2) years. There is no salary available; however, some travel costs are covered with this position. If you are interested in this unique opportunity, please forward a resume or statement of your related qualifications to Caroline Bodmer, Administrative Assistant, Campus Alberta Central. This personal information is being collected and used under the authority of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act to determine your qualifications and suitability for the position noted above. Applications should be addressed to: Caroline Bodmer Administrative Assistant to the Governance Team Campus Alberta Central C/o OldsCollege 4500 50 Street Olds, AB, T4H 1R6 Or email: email@example.com 403-507-7748
Application Deadline: May 30, 2014
ROADSIDE SPRAYING PROGRAM Carillion Canada Inc. will start a ROADSIDE SPRAYING PROGRAM along Provincial Highways as required to control the spread of weeds and brush beginning approximately May 22, 2014 – in northwestern Alberta in and around the following areas: M.D. of Opportunity No. 17 M.D. of Big Lakes M.D. of Lesser Slave River No. 124 County of Athabasca No. 12 Smoky Lake County 14053CC1 County of Thorhild No. 7 Sturgeon County Parkland County Brazeau County County of Barrhead No. 11 Westlock County Strathcona County Leduc County Lac Ste. Anne County Landowners who do not want the ditches adjacent to their property sprayed may be granted an Annual “No Spray Agreement” stating that they accept responsibility for the control of weeds in the ditch along their property. For more information, or to complete a “No Spray Agreement” please call 780-449-0502 or contact your nearest Carillion Office.
SPECIAL AREAS BOARD MAILING OF ASSESSMENT NOTICES Notice is hereby given that the Assessment Notices for property held in the Special Areas were mailed May 15th, 2014 in accordance with Sections 308 & 311 of the Municipal Government Act, being Chapter M-26, R.S.A. 2000 Any person who wishes to object to the assessment for any property must, by July 21st , 2014, register a complaint on the Assessment Review Board Complaint Form provided at: www.specialareas.ab.ca or the Special Areas District Office in your area
M.D. Of Provost No. 52
Used Equipment Tender M.D. #52 Waste Management Authority is currently accepting tenders for sale of a:
1999 – 953C Cat Waste Handler c/w 3 tooth ripper attachment. Approx. 10,000 hours. Serial number #2ZN02396. For more information, please contact Darren Kvigstad 780-753-1311 and can be seen at the MD shop at Provost. Tenders to be submitted in a sealed envelope, clearly marked, “Disposal Tender of 1999 – 953C Cat” and addressed to: MD 52 Waste Management Authority Box 300; 4504 – 53rd Ave. Provost, Alberta T0B 3S0 Tenders are to be submitted not later than 12:00 on Wednesday June 11th, 2014 and tenders will be opened at 1 p.m. No faxes accepted for tenders. Faxed amendments will be accepted as long as the original tender is not disclosed. The MD 52 Waste Management Authority reserves the right to reject any or all bids submitted and the highest bid will not necessarily be accepted. Please include G.S.T. in the quote.
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Do Not Go Where The Path May Lead, Go Instead Where There Is No Path And Leave A Trail...
(L - R) Back row: Eric Rodvang, Victoria Ross-Torres, Heather Koturbash, Ryan Marquart, Austin Gilbertson (sitting), Michael Rush, Kacie Golby (sitting), Brandon Schenkey, Riley Smith (sitting), Lucas Richardson, Courtney Crookes, Daniel Brown (sitting) Lauren Copan (sitting), Corey Twa, and Carlina Letourneau (sitting). Front row: Brenden Brigley, Colton Black, Cody Wales, Braiden Bowthorpe, Brittany Fulgham, Ory Butterwick, Karli Plehnert, Cassidy Gardiner, Alissa Craigie, Trey Zimmer, Kayla Peach, Ashley Dabbs, Garnet Crookes, Matthew Checkel and Amanda Chapman. ECA REVIEW/Y. Barnes
2014 Coronation Graduation Exercises
Saturday, May 31
7:30 pm at Coronation School Gym Grand March and Dance to follow
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Published on May 22, 2014