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• Of all the diamonds to be found on Earth, only 20% of them are suitable for jewelry. The majority of diamonds are used for industrial drilling, grinding, cutting, and polishing tools. Diamonds are embedded into drill bits for drilling oil and gas wells through thousands of feet of rock.

• Diamonds were first discovered in India, but most diamond deposits are found in Africa and Russia. There are significant deposits in Brazil, Australia, and Canada, and in a few U.S. states, Arkansas, Colorado, Wyoming, and Montana. There’s only one mine in the world where you can be a miner, located at Crater of Diamonds State Park in Arkansas, a 37.5-acre ancient volcanic crater. For $7, you can mine all day and keep anything you find. In 1990, one lucky park visitor found a diamond weighing 3.03 carats in the rough. After cutting, the gem was a perfect 1.09 carat. Don’t get your hopes up, however – gemologists estimate this was a one Continued on page 6

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The Moose Jaw Humane Society has been in contract negotiations with the City of Moose Jaw relating to its pound keeping services since December 2011. Under a contract signed in 2007, the humane society has been carrying out these services for approximately $125,000 annually. At the shelter’s AGM on April 16th, board president John LaBuick and financial chair Dave Field made a presentation to the shelter’s membership illustrating the poor condition of the humane society’s facility and laying out the costs incurred by the MJHS over the course of the years following the signing of that contract. The actual expenses for the shelter to provide these services is in excess of $380,000, however, only twenty percent of the shelter’s overall income is derived from the city to cover these costs. In addition, there is no allowance in the current agreement for replacement due to wear and tear on shelter equipment, vehicles, and its building, not to mention costs related to general overhead expenses. (see attached pie chart, page 5) The humane society projects a further financial shortfall of over $85,000 for the current year. As a not-for-profit organization, this will mean even more belt-tightening in the months to come. In an effort to offset these expenses, the MJHS has requested what it deems to be a fair increase in fees from the city for pound keeping to the effect of $384,000 per year; the shelter is not looking for a means to finance the “humane society” portion of the organization, but rather simply to cover the costs associated with the impound of the stray animals of the city. More recently, these contract negotiations have stalled – chiefly because to date, the shelter has received no counter offers from the city. Each year, the Moose Jaw Humane Society sees an average intake of 1,500 dogs and cats, with the vast majority being strays, often going unclaimed. Under the City of Moose Jaw bylaws, the shelter must hold all stray dogs and cats for 72 hours in impound. The MJHS as a shelter finds that to be unacceptable and chooses instead to adopt the animal into a new home. If they remain unclaimed after that period of time elapses, the city by law states that the animal is to be euthanized. Over the course of the animal’s stay at the shelter, the MJHS adheres to the policies and procedures of the Humane Society and Animal Protection Act of 1999. The shelter’s board and staff believe very strongly that the MJHS is the best solution for handling the pound keeping for the City of Moose Jaw. The shelter is the only party that has a designated facility, properly trained, qualified personnel, an understanding of the required care, and a strong background in animal welfare. He reiterated that the membership can help the cause by calling the city councilors and mayor to express their dissatisfaction with the contract negotiations, and become advocates for the shelter’s needs.

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Make a read and stick with it. Far too often, I see people go through each stage of a hand with the notion that they will wait to see what their opponent does next and then re-evaluate. This is a fancy cover-up for two silly mistakes: being indecisive and getting attached to a hand. Anybody who has played a lot of poker is familiar with this faulty pattern. I recently observed a perfect example of it in a live $5/10 no-limit hold ’em game. Sitting in the four seat, a serious and competitive player had raised before the flop to $60, getting two callers who had initially just limped in. Holding pocket kings, he was already anticipating raking in a big pot. The flop brought J♥ 8♣ 7♦, and both of his opponents Player’s checked. Still happy with his hand, he bet $150, a typical hand: amount with $195 already in the pot. One player folded, and the other raised to $400. As the player in the four seat began to analyze the situation, I had a good idea of what he was thinking. He was losing confidence in his hand. Many likely hands could beat his, and he never expected to be check-raised in the first place. He was hoping that somebody would call him the Opponent’s whole way and have a lower pair than his kings. This is hand: when he became indecisive, feeling like he couldn’t fold yet. I’m sure he considered that it would only cost $250 more to call, and that there was already $745 in the pot, giving him nearly 3:1 pot odds. Besides, he was in position, so he could see what happened on the next card. At the same time, he was already attached to his two kings. He had not picked up any strong hands all Flop: night. It was frustrating. So, he began to rationalize his desire to continue. He no doubt thought about the possibility that if he folded a strong pair like this one, everyone at the table would start to bluff him relentlessly. Not to mention that he would appear scared of even a small amount of money, the paltry $250 being Turn: insignificant at these stakes. Of course, he concluded that he could not fold. But he came to that decision not by sound reasoning, but rather by the attachment to his pair of kings that cursed him from the beginning. Watching him, I could see that he never really made a read on his opponent. He got bogged down in coming up with excuses for not folding. When he finally decided to call and see what happened on the turn, which brought the 2♣, his opponent went all in for a little over $1,000. After agonizing for a couple minutes, the player in the four seat said, “I just can’t fold this hand,” and called, losing to a set of sevens. Always make a read even if it is hard to stomach, and make the right play even when it is difficult. Never let your emotions get the better of you. Success in poker comes mostly from patience and discipline.

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• Although less than 1% of diamonds are mined in the U.S., America buys more than half of the world’s total production of quality gems.

• A diamond’s value is based on the “Four C’s” – carat weight, clarity, color, and cut. A diamond’s carat is not the same as that of gold. Pure gold is considered 24 carats, while one diamond carat is 0.007055 oz. (200 mg). Not all diamonds are clear. The presence of impurities causes the gems to vary in color, as can heat or irradiation. Nitrogen in a stone produces a yellow color, while irradiation might produce green. Blue, red, brown, pink, orange, and even black might result from the presence of both irradiation and heat. Clear diamonds are the highest grade and value. • Diamonds lose about 50% of their original weight during the cutting and polishing process, changing a rough stone into a faceted gem. One diamond weighing two carats is worth double that of two one-carat diamonds. About 75% of all diamonds sold worldwide are round cut. Other popular cuts include the football-shaped marquise, the pear cut (which are rounded on one end with a tapering point on the other), and the emerald cut, a rectangular shape with cropped corners.

• Although blue, green, and pink diamonds are extremely rare, they are not the rarest gems. That honor belongs to the pure red ruby. Diamonds themselves aren’t actually rare at all, with thousands mined every year. • The world’s largest diamond was found in South Africa in 1905. Dubbed the Cullinan, it weighed 3106.75 carats uncut, three times the size of the next largest diamond, the Excelsior, also found in South Africa. The Cullinan was cut into the 530-carat Great Star of Africa and the 317-carat Lesser Star of Africa, along with

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• The legendary Hope Diamond is a 45.52-carat deep blue stone famous for a supposed curse upon its owners. Its blue color is attributed to trace amounts of boron and nitrogen within its composition. When exposed to ultraviolet light, it produces a red phosphorescence, a “glow-in-the-dark” effect. The curse alleges that the gem brings tragedy to all who own it or wear it, but it’s likely that the stories were fabricated to heighten the diamond’s mystery and consequently, its value. However, legend has it that two owners committed suicide, another was killed by Russian revolutionists, one murdered by her sweetheart, and another thrown from a precipice. At one point, the gem was in the possession of Marie Antoinette and her husband King Louis XVI, who were guillotined. It’s believed that the Hope Diamond came from a mine in India, and was brought to Paris by a French gem merchant. It currently resides in the Smithsonian Institute, donated by diamond merchant Harry Winston in 1958. The irreplaceable gem is reportedly insured for $250 million. It’s displayed behind a 3-inch-thick (76 mm) bulletproof glass in its own display room.

• It’s become traditional to present one’s intended with a diamond when proposing marriage. This dates back to 1477 when Archduke Maximillian of Austria gifted Mary of Burgundy with a diamond upon their engagement. It’s also customary to wear engagement and wedding rings on the third finger of the left hand. This is because the ancient Egyptians believed that particular finger’s vein ran straight to the heart.

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• KINSMEN SPORTSPLEX Public swim from 3:30-5pm and in the evening from 7-9pm. • TEEN WELLNESS CLINIC Public Health Services offers a teen wellness clinic from 2-5pm.


• BOOK LAUNCH: LIVING WITH THE HAWK Join us at the Moose Jaw Public Library at 7:30pm in the South Meeting Room for the launch of author Robert Currie’s new book. • KINSMEN SPORTSPLEX Public swim from 3:30-5pm and in the evening from 7-9pm. • FAMILY HISTORY Discover the thousands of years of heritage around the Moose Jaw River Valley, presented by Family History Society. Speaker Jan Radwanski. For more information call 306-692-0920. • POSTPARTUM DEPRESSION SUPPORT GROUP Statistics state that as many as one in five mothers suffer from postpartum depression. Join with others who are going through the same struggle and find a place of support, encouragement, and information to assist in your recovery. Group time is from 10:00-11:30AM at Strong Start Family Centre (679 Hall St. W.) Free child is provided.


• WRITER’S CIRCLE Come to the Moose Jaw Public Library at 7pm for an hour of reading, writing and critique. • KINSMEN SPORTSPLEX Public swim from 3:30-5pm and in the evening from 7-9pm. • WEDNESDAY NIGHT LADIES LYNBROOK BUSINESS LEAGUE The Lynbrook Wednesday Night Ladies’ 9 Hole Business League will be holding their annual spring meeting and registration night at 7:00pm at the Lynbrook Club House (1525 4th Ave. N.W.) Contact Vivian Barber at 306-693-2698 or email for more information. • BIG COUNTRY TOASTMASTERS A service club dedicated to training in public speaking. Held at SIAST from 7-8pm. For more information please contact Lorna Arnold at 306-693-8739.


• ROCK PAINTING Join us at Moose Jaw Public Library at 2:30pm in the South Meeting Room to learn how to transform any size rock into a unique work of art. Guest: Sylvia Coward.

• KINSMEN SPORTSPLEX Public swim from 3:30-5pm and in the evening from 7-9pm. • ANNUAL MINTO CHURCH GARAGE SALE Event runs from 9am-9pm at 1037 7th Ave. N.W. Use south door entrance. • LYNBROOK 9 & 18 HOLE GOLF LEAGUE Opening lunch and registration ($15 & $25), general meeting to follow at the Lynbrook Golf and Country Club. New members welcome. For more information please contact Brenda at 306692-9004 or Lynne at 306-692-1291. • MS SUPPORT GROUP “Do you or someone you know suffer from MS?” Please join us for our monthly support group. It is a positive group with guest speakers and time to speak to each other. Will be held the fourth Thursday of every month from 7:00 pm-8:30 pm at Providence Place. No need to RSVP, just drop in. For more info phone the MS Society at 1-800-268-7482.


• KINSMEN SPORTSPLEX Public swim from 3:30-5pm and in the evening from 7-9pm. • THE HERITAGE SINGERS SPRING CONCERT Located at the Central Lutheran Church (27 Hochelaga St. W.) at 7pm. Tickets are $6 and available at the door. Refreshments to follow. • ANNUAL MINTO CHURCH GARAGE SALE Event runs from 9am-noon at 1037 7th Ave. N.W. Use south door entrance. • ROSEWOOD APARTMENTS GARAGE AND BAKE SALE Rosewood Apartments is hosting a garage and bake sale at 140 High St. E. There is something for everyone! Runs from 4-8pm. • ST. VICTOR PETROGLYPHS - BOOK SIGN & PRESENTATION Tim and Louise have spent the last 40 years researching and recording the Petroglyphs at St. Victor. This will be a visual presentation in the Performing Arts Theatre in Crescent Park followed by a book sign in front of the gift shop. Sponsored by the Moose Jaw Museum & Art Gallery. Call 306-692-4471 for more information. • RIB & CEASAR FUNDRAISER From 5-9pm at Champs Sports Bar. Tickets $12. 50/50, Door prizes. All welcome! Please don’t miss this exciting and affordable night out! Fundraiser is a 4 year boy, who is currently battling luekemia. Money will go towards travel, medical and living out exspenses.


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BOLD AND BEAUTIFUL: As Liam and Steffy’s wedding took place, Oliver reached out to a heartbroken Hope, offering her a happy future. When Katie received good news about her health, Brooke intended to permanently suppress her feelings for Bill, while he made a sincere commitment to his marriage. Coming: Taylor may find herself with unexpected ammunition.

DAYS OF OUR LIVES: Caught in the rectory office, Nicole and Vargas took their lovemaking elsewhere, and she called out Eric’s name. Nicole agreed not to quit working for Eric, despite her feelings for him. When Jen got her job back at the hospital, Anne made it clear that Jennifer is her enemy. Cameron gave Abigail a passionate kiss for saving his career. Coming: Ciera unwittingly holds the key to Kristen’s undoing.

• ROSEWOOD APARTMENTS GARAGE AND BAKE SALE Rosewood Apartments is hosting a garage and bake sale at 140 High St. E. There is something for everyone! Runs from 10am-2pm. • COSMO CRAFT & TRADE FAIR From 9am-3pm at the Cosmo Centre. Tables available for rent by call Eunice at 306-692-3460. • PRAIRIE COLORS 12th Biennial Quilt Show from 9am-5pm at the Exhibition Convention Centre. Admission $6.00/day or $10.00/weekend pass. For more information please contact Carole at 306-6925188. • NOT YOUR GRANDMOTHERS KNITTING CIRCLE FOR TEENS Whether you are new to knitting or are already a knitter, whatever your skill level – come down to the Library and join our Teen Knitting Group. For those who haven’t knit before, supplies will be available to get you started. If you’re already a knitter, bring along a project or two. 11:00 am in the Young Adult Department of the Moose Jaw Public Library Public Library Guest: Helen Wattam. • TOWN & COUNTRY SINGLES DANCE Come out for an evening of dancing and fun. 8PM to midnight at 566 Vaughan St, Church of Our Lady Community Centre. Band; Al & Company. Adults of all ages and couples are welcome. Midnight lunch is served and the cost is $10. For more information please contact Marion at 306-601-6634.


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• MAY 8TH/2013: DISGUSTING SCIENCE Join us at the Moose Jaw Public Library at 4:30pm for some activities that are icky, creepy, and just plain gross. Ages 6-9. Registration Required. For more information please call 306692-2787. • MAY 11TH/2013: AN EVENING OUT Hosted by the Moose Jaw Elks Lodge at the Moose Jaw Exhibition Grounds. 6pm cocktails, 7pm supper. Tickets can be purchased at The Moose Jaw Health Foundation, Flattop Automotive (306-691-0667), Nancy Enns (306-690-1690) or any Elks Member. or 693-1269 GENERAL HOSPITAL: Prepared to end her pregnancy on her own, Britt opted to ask Patrick to go with her - just as he was about to leave for his first date with Sabrina. Britt found Ellie about to open Maxie’s medical records. Milo hid Lulu from her loved ones in his apartment while Dante searched relentlessly for his wife. Coming: Luke could be a game changer for Scott and Laura. NASHVILLE: On a rebroadcast,

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SAUCE: About 1 pound fresh Italian plum tomatoes, 8 to 10, cored and cut into chunks 2 jalapeno chiles, halved, stemmed, seeded, and deveined 2 or 3 garlic cloves 1 teaspoon tomato paste 1/2 bunch fresh cilantro, leaves only Salt Freshly ground black pepper SHRIMP: 1 pound large fresh shrimp, peeled and deveined Salt Freshly ground black pepper 2 tablespoons peanut oil or vegetable oil 4 large radicchio leaves 3 cups mixed baby salad leaves 1/3 cup Chinois Vinaigrette (recipe follows) 4 Belgian endive leaves 1/2 cup thinly julienned mixed bell peppers

Continued from page 14 Rayna rethought her priorities after Teddy gave her another side of the Peggy story. Juliette felt a sense of belonging with Sean’s family, only to receive a rude awakening. Gunnar risked destroying his partnership with Scarlett when he confessed his feelings for her. Deacon got a promising tour offer, but he may not like what he finds beneath the surface. Coming: Juliette has to decide what means the most to her.

ONCE UPON A TIME: Unable to control her thirst for revenge, Regina persisted with her desire to destroy Snow by letting her stepdaughter’s guilt over killing Cora blacken Snow’s heart. In the former fairytale land, the Evil Queen asked Rumplestiltskin to transform her into a peasant so that, disguised, she could kill Snow White, believing this would earn her the love and respect of her subjects. Coming: Danger to Henry aligns opposing forces.

90210: In an effort to get teenage professional surfer Cassie to become their first sponsored athlete, Liam and Navid asked her favorite musician, Olly Murs, to do a special performance. Naomi’s attempt to make a good impression on Jordan’s mother, Cheryl, had disastrous consequences. When Annie decided to publicly reveal that her novel is fiction, Dixon persuaded her to change her mind and tell the truth. Coming: Relationships are resolved as “90210” concludes.

RED WIDOW: While discovering the painful truth about the identity of Natalie’s kidnapper, Marta learned riveting information regarding her husband’s murder. Gabriel took dangerous matters into his own hands. Kat and Ramos rekindled their illicit relationship and faced the consequences. Coming: “Red Widow” airs what is likely its final episode next week. REVENGE: Emily, Aiden and Nolan united to track down the Falcon’s true identity and put a stop to the Initiative. Victoria was faced with her own internal battle following an eye-opening interview on “Nightline.” Emily struggled with the direction of her future while forging ahead with her plan to unearth information about Victoria’s other son. Coming: Nolan’s desire for his own revenge takes a shocking turn.

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1 tablespoon chopped fresh chives

First, prepare the sauce: In a blender or a food processor fitted with the stainless-steel blade, combine the tomatoes, jalapenos, garlic, and tomato paste. Pulse until finely chopped, and then continue processing until smoothly pureed. Transfer the puree to a medium mixing bowl. Very finely chopped the cilantro leaves. Stir them into the sauce and season to taste with salt and pepper. Set aside. Lightly season the shrimp with salt and pepper. Heat a large skillet over medium-high heat. Add the peanut oil and, as soon as it is hot enough to swirl freely, add the shrimp, working in batches if necessary to avoid overcrowding. Cook them until they turn opaque and bright pink, about 1-1/2 minutes per side. Remove from the pan and keep warm. To assemble the salads, arrange a radicchio leaf on one side of each large serving plate. Put the salad leaves in a mixing bowl, add the Chinois Vinaigrette, and toss thoroughly. Mound the leaves on top of the radicchio and garnish with the endive leaves. Spoon the sauce over the other side of each plate and arrange the cooked shrimp on top. Garnish with the julienne of peppers and the chives. Serve immediately. CHINOIS VINAIGRETTE 1/4 cup plus 2 tablespoons rice wine vinegar 1/4 cup peanut oil 1/4 cup soy sauce 2 tablespoons Asian-style toasted sesame oil Juice of 1 medium lemon Freshly ground black pepper Salt

In a small mixing bowl, combine the vinegar, peanut oil, soy sauce, sesame oil, and lemon juice. Whisk briskly until thoroughly combined. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Refrigerate any unused dressing in a covered nonreactive container. Use within several days.

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