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Cheers to all the pre-schoolers who are graduating now. Great job!

Jeers to the local company that came into my home and ruined my new laminate floor and took chunks of new Gyproc out of the walls.

Cheers to the construction team that redid our cement patio in such a speedy manner. We really appreciate it.

Jeers for letting the food bank get so low. This town has more than enough to be able to give back a few dollars in groceries.

Cheers to the Estevan Shoppers Mall for announcing the parking lot will receive some new pavement.

Jeers to people who park like donkeys. Jeers to the people who let their dogs poop all over the place and do not clean it up. Have some respect.

Cheers to all the kids who participated in the mini Relay for Life at Westview School last Friday.

Jeers to the horrible state of the city’s roads and having to replace tire rods on my vehicle thanks to the potholes.

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Day of Caring encourages helping hands The future for Day of Caring, at least foreseen by United Way Estevan’s president, is a communitywide event in the spirit of volunteerism. “That’s ideally what we want this to evolve into, or my vision anyway,” said local president Roberta DeRosier. “It’s for us to only be a part of this day, where everybody in Estevan is doing something. The United Way is doing something, but pay it forward. (It’s important) that everybody takes that one day out of the year to make a conscious effort to help somebody.” The Day of Caring is an initiative by the United Way to bring volunteers together in an effort to get projects, both big and small, completed for others who maybe wouldn’t be able to do the work themselves. A lot of the jobs involve spring cleanup-type work, landscaping and other yard work, as well as cleaning out eavestroughs. Lori Buchanan, United Way Estevan’s executive director, added their mission is partly to create a desire to help out. “The biggest thing is trying to turn people on to the idea of helping someone out, someone that could just use a hand or a brighter day,” said Buchanan, “and yet, then to continue that throughout the year. We’re just encouraging people to carry it on year round, and give a hand when they see a need.” DeRosier added, “Eventually, we’ll just be one part of that. Everybody will be doing their thing, and we’ll be one part of that.” The organizers have already extended the or-

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more support than they have ever received previously from the business community, a sentiment echoed by Buchanan. “(There has been) lots of interest, that’s for sure, from businesses, and we’re getting a lot of individual volunteers now, which is wonderful towards crunch time,” said Buchanan. The deadline for projects and volunteers was May 15. While they are more strict about not accepting new projects after that date, they won’t turn away any volunteers who step forward in the next few days. Organizers were matching people to projects earlier this week, however. Buchanan noted they have close to 100 volunteers to take on about 18 projects. “We still really, really encourage people to do

their own, like if they’re working that day and can’t join us, to do their own project and help out a neighbour friend,” added DeRosier. Everyone is encouraged to take some time to help out another on the Day of Caring, even if it is completely separate from United Way’s efforts. For those who do their own project, they can let United Way know, so the local branch can post it with the other projects done that day. There will also be an Enbridge-sponsored community barbecue from noon to 1 p.m. at the Alliance Church. While it’s complimentary for all volunteers, donations from the public will be accepted. If you would like to volunteer for the Day of Caring, contact Buchanan at 634-7375.

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Fire burns in all of us In many ways, it doesn’t take much to mesmerize us, to stop us in our tracks and just freeze us in a moment. Some things are simple but magnificent, like a great voice. Norm Park recently noted the vocalists that cause him pause, but for the young crowd today, it’s Adele. It’s hard to argue for any voice that could top hers in today’s music. Some things make us stop because of how complicated they are. I can sit and read about or listen to Stephen Hawking any time, even though the majority of his stuff is way over my head. I don’t understand exactly what he’s talking about, I just understand he puts forward some incredible ideas and I enjoy finding out about mind-boggling things. Those are two examples of the greatness that humanity has to offer, but maybe the greatest thing we’ve ever offered is fire. It’s campfire season again, so every weekend from now until September people will be sitting transfixed by flames licking the air in quick, reflexive bursts. There’s just something relaxing about a campfire. There isn’t really much to

Jordan Baker Thoughts From My Fingers debate about why; it’s in our blood. The soothing nature of the campfire leaves us truly mesmerized. We can’t take our eyes away, the same way a golden retriever just can’t ignore a tennis ball. It’s fun to think about the things we have little control over thanks to thousands of years of an activity being ingrained into our DNA. The campfire is a universal sign of comfort and safety, and at a biological level now, we all share those feelings. Since our first fires, our genetics have just changed and now we all have that fire gene. A great way to quiet down a party is to sit everyone in front of the fire. Pretty soon everyone will just be sitting there staring at fire. At any other time, eight

people sitting in a circle sharing no words or glances would be incredibly awkward, but when you put a crackling fire in the middle of that group, it’s simply serene. No matter how advanced we become as a species, there will always be those simple things that reside inside our genes. We’re certainly more sophisticated than animals, but we all still have those animal instincts. I’ve read that laughter was used to communicate safety back before language really took off. If you wanted the rest of the group to know everything was A-OK, you’d just laugh. Now we can tell everyone it’s all good, but the laughter remains. I don’t want to give up laughter, but it’s one of those things that seems really silly when you think about it. Spectacular but silly. We have bug zappers that draw in airborne insects. Just like the bugs that are drawn to those electric blue rays, we are drawn to fire. We’ve just also developed a healthy fear of the flames too, so we know enough not to touch them. I guess that’s still how we have the bugs beat.

Computer usage growing on the farm There is something interesting taking place in farming that most people not directly involved in the industry probably appreciate, and that is the increasing use of computer technology. You can be driving down any grid road on the Canadian Prairies and see a tractor in the field, and from the car seat it doesn’t look all that different from a tractor a quarter century ago, except for its sheer size. But climb inside the cab of a new tractor and you quickly recognize the level of technology that farmers now utilize. It’s also the same when looking at a combine or sprayer. Equipment today is highly computerized - with monitors for everything. The information the monitors compile gives farmers insight into what they are doing in the field - something farmers could not previously dream of knowing. The monitors provide farmers with the ability to know exactly what is happening as the wheel turns across the field, and they also offer them knowledge to maximize exactly what they are doing that day. Perhaps the area the public should be aware of is the way global positioning technology is creating precision farming in terms of laying down both fertilizer and crop protection products. By preventing pass overlaps, and

Calvin Daniels Trader Agriculture Columnist adjusting application rates to areas of the field, farmers optimize their investment. The environment has to benefit too. There is nothing to be gained by fertilizer that is not utilized by a crop so it may leech to groundwater. There is also nothing to be gained by doubling application of herbicides. The technology available to farmers is allowing them to be “greener” in terms of what their impact on the environment is. And things are going to get better. It is not so much science fiction as when the technology arrives at the farm gate that farm sprayers will have the technology to recognize individual plants in a field and apply spray to those and not the entire green canopy. Once such technology is purchased, it will have an obvious payback by reducing total product applied. You could see the same plant recognition technology being ideal for in-field application of foliar supplement that would

go directly to plants and nothing else. Farmers are already seeing that benefit on the fertilizer application side of things. They are able to overlay soil test results from across a large field and the computers adjust application rates to specific areas within a field. For example, the added nutrient requirements on the top of a hill will not be the same as in a field’s low spots, nor will they be the same in a lighter area that may be more saline. The advantages of precision farming will include precise placement of seeds in the future. Large seed plants, such as corn, have been the main focus of the development of seeding systems that meter out seeds precisely to ensure the optimum number in a row. Over time that same technology is moving to be used in small seed crops such as canola. The monitors maximize seeding rates, reducing seed costs, and helping the crop maximize production based on plants per square foot. Although the equipment may look similar to that of a quarter century ago, the technology of computer monitors is fundamentally changing how crops are planted, cared for and harvested. Certainly precision farming is at the heart of operations today, and will only become more refined moving forward.

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Goals set for local MS walk There are many marches that draw attention and raise funds for a number of different causes, but Estevan’s MS Walk is of particular importance to Dave Seipp. Seipp, the local MS Walk co-ordinator for the past decade, decided to get involved and organize the walk because of the diagnosis of his older brother. Last year, the local walk raised about $39,000 for the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada, which pledges the goal of curing MS. To help, Seipp has laid out a goal of $45,000 for this year’s walk. Helping Seipp are all the walkers. He said the walk has been gradually growing year by year, and the attitude of the participants is a hopeful one. “They’re pretty ex-

cited, pretty pumped up by the day. We all hope to find a cure,” said Seipp. The May 27 walk begins and ends at the Souris Valley Aquatic and Leisure Centre. The paricipants will head to Wellock Road and then continue to St. Joseph’s Hospital before heading back to the leisure centre for the post-walk activities. Seipp also has some contingency plans in case of rain or any other form of inclement weather. That would be to move the walk into Spectra Place. “People with families that have little kids, they don’t want to walk out there,” he said, so moving everything inside would be best. When the walk is over, there is still plenty to do. Seipp noted there is a ceremony for individual as well

as team prizes. A barbecue will be available as a prize. There are a number of categories for prizes, like best costumes and most team spirit. Seipp said while he does a sweep of everyone there, the decisions on who wins don’t rest wholly on his shoulders. “I get some people to help me decide on those,” he said, noting it’s often some of the other volunteers. Pre-registered walkers have been raising pledges for several weeks, but Seipp noted that those who wish to walk the day of the event can make a $20 pledge toward local fundraising efforts. He’s received donations from businesses already, and as far as pre-walk fundraising goes, they are doing as well as previous years. “I am sitting at the same place as last year. We’re

Walkers taking part in last year’s MS Walk leave from the Souris Valley Aquatic and Leisure Centre. Last year’s pledges raised $39,000, but walk organizer Dave Seipp is setting a goal this year of $45,000. The walk is this Sunday at 1:15 p.m. (raising pledges) at the same pace.” The walk is this Sunday with registration at noon, and the walk beginning around 1:15 p.m.

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• Even if you haven’t heard the They Might Be Giants song “Istanbul (Not Constantinople)” you are probably aware that the Turkish metropolis has undergone name changes throughout its long history. It seems that when the name was Constantinople, it was common for residents of the area to refer to things “in the city,” which in the Aegean dialect of Greek is pronounced “is tan polin.” Eventually the name stuck, and in 1930 Turkish authorities formally adopted the name Istanbul. • The giant squid has the distinction of possessing the largest eyes of any animal -- they’re as big as pie plates. • For a queen bee, laying 3,000 eggs is all in a day’s work. • Evidencing a drastic change in the nature of the United States since its agrarian beginnings, today only a quarter of Americans live in rural areas.

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Should employers be monitoring employee Internet usage during the workday?

He She He She Said Said By: Jordan Baker

This is being debated as a right to privacy versus working duty matter. What people need to realize is that there isn’t really any such thing as privacy at the workplace, and nobody should expect it. That’s just part of work. We believe in transparency in government because it works for us, so why shouldn’t employers ensure transparency for the people who work for them. In one of the comment sections for this topic, the first entry was “What will be next? Invasion of employees’ bedrooms?” While Pierre Trudeau made that great quote about government and its role in civilians’ lives, this isn’t quite the same. Employers obviously shouldn’t have access to their employees’ bedrooms, unless those employees are making bedrooms out of their offices. A boss will almost definitely have a problem with an employee sleeping in his or her office. When it’s at work, sleeping is the exact same as Internet usage. Sleeping at your desk wastes time in the same way surfing the web for personal business does. The connected world we live in has created a lot of new distractions for everyone while they’re working. You don’t have to work in an office to have this problem. Someone at a construction zone with a cellphone has the same opportunity to browse. In some jobs, there may be situations that would encourage browsing because employees need to be up-to-date on the latest information on particular subjects. The Internet is about getting information, and in some jobs that is necessary. Those situations may be more challenging to deal with when employees who should have access to the Internet take advantage of the freedom that privilege entails. Some places block certain websites, but if Internet access is considered a right for all, then that’s kind of like depriving your employee of water. There has to be a middle ground somewhere.

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I don’t have an issue with my employers checking up on my Internet use. After all, I’m only using the Internet to look up things for work. And check all my social media. And e-mails. And favourite websites, like cracked. com and just general horoscopes. I know that in a lot of ways, that’s not the kind of Internet usage most employers like to see, but I think it’s realistic and I know I’m definitely not the only person who’s checking Facebook during work hours. Social media is actually a facet of my career, so visiting sites like Twitter actually make me a better journalist. The same excuse can’t really be used for Pinterest, but that’s not important ... As long as employers are letting employees know that they will be monitoring their time spent online, I don’t see anything wrong with it. However, if bosses are sitting in their office secretly watching employees read their private e-mail, that’s not OK. Employees should know that they’re being monitored, so they can make the informed decision about whether or not to cruise the ’net during work hours. Employers should also mention to employees when their web time is inappropriate. If I’m spending too much time pinning designs for my future house, my boss should let me know, so I can knock it off.  I’m sure I’m not the only person who would rather be politely told that I need to spend less time surfing and more time working. At least for me, most things I Google can be passed off as research for future projects.

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Land For Sale By Tender Approximately 16.35 acres, located in the Town of Arcola (Approx. 1 mile off of the Highway #13). Legal Description: Blk C, Plan No 101409106, Extension 25 No buildings (bin to be removed by Seller). Nonserviced but services located across the road from property. Roadway on the west side of the property is to be rebuilt and resurfaced and to be without weight restrictions. Term and Conditions: 1. Land to be Free and Clear of Encumbrances. 2. Possession 15 days following acceptance of winning bid or unless otherwise mutually agreed. Balance of tender amount to be paid on or before possession. 3. Taxes to be paid by Seller to possession date. 4. Buyer pays Land Titles fees, Seller provides Transfer Authorization to Buyer. 5. Highest or any bid not necessarily accepted. 6. All Tenders must be in writing and include bid deposit of 5% by way of bank draft or certified cheque. Inquiries relative to land to John Davies at 577-7970 or James Trobert at 634-2616. Tenders must be submitted on or before May 31, 2012, at 4:00 p.m. in a sealed envelope marked “Davies Land Tender”, c/o Trobert Law Firm, #305-11334th Street, Estevan, Saskatchewan S4A 0W6

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Soft foods for seniors Eating a healthy, wellbalanced meal is important at any age, but it’s especially necessary for seniors. Here are some tips for staying healthy in your golden years: --Get plenty of water. --Eat high-quality proteins such as eggs, lean meats, poultry and fish. --Incorporate a good balance of carbohydrates and fiber such as bread, cereals, pasta and other grain products into your diet. --Get calcium from low-fat sources such as milk, yogurt, cheeses and broccoli. --Stay active physically, mentally and socially. Sometimes, because of a variety of health challenges, a soft food diet is recommended for senior citizens. This budget-friendly recipe for Fettuccine With SunDried Tomatoes serves two, but can be easily doubled to serve more. Eggs are used as a high-quality but inexpen-

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2. Return the pasta, broccoli and tomatoes to the pot. Add the pesto, Italian seasoning, pepper and cayenne pepper; toss until evenly coated.3. Beat the eggs and milk in a bowl until blended. Pour egg mixture over pasta, stirring gently to coat and combine. 3. Cook over medium

sive source of protein. It’s easy to make and eat, and freezes well. FETTUCCINE WITH SUN-DRIED TOMATOES 4 ounces dried spinach or whole-wheat fettuccine 1/2 cup fresh or frozen broccoli florets 1 to 2 ounces sundried tomato halves, quartered 2 tablespoons prepared pesto sauce 1 teaspoon Italian seasoning 1 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper 1/2 teaspoon cayenne pepper 2 large eggs 1/4 cup low-fat milk

heat, stirring gently, until the mixture thickens and no visible liquid from the egg remains. Add in some of the reserved pasta water, as needed, if the pasta seems too dry. Sprinkle with cheese and basil or parsley, if desired. Serves 2. *** Angela Shelf Medearis is an award-winning children’s author, a culinary historian and the author of seven cookbooks. She’s known as The Kitchen Diva and is the executive producer and host of “The Kitchen Diva!” cooking show on HULU.com. Her newest cookbooks are “The Kitchen Diva Cooks!” and “The Kitchen Diva’s Diabetic Cookbook.” Her new inspirational book is “Ten Ingredients for a Joyous Life and a Peaceful Home -- A Spiritual Memoir,” co-written with Pastor Salem Robinson, Jr. (www. dunnsmemorial.com). Visit her website at www.divapro. com. (c) 2012 King Features Synd., Inc.

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Snowbird damaged after collision with bird

PROVINCIAL MOOSE JAW, Sask. - A Snowbird jet was damaged when it hit a bird during the aerobatic team’s first show of the season. The military precision flying team’s performance over 15 Wing Moose Jaw on Wednesday was going well until one of the Tutor jets struck the bird. Te a m l e a d M a j o r Wayne Mott says they stopped the show so the pilot could land, then restarted the performance. Mott says the minor damage to the plane should be fixed by Friday when the team leaves for a Winnipeg show this weekend. The Snowbirds will perform at 39 air shows across North America in the 2012 season. NATIONAL OTTAWA - The Supreme Court of Canada won’t quash an appeal over the withdrawal of lifesupport from a comatose patient. In a quick ruling today on a motion to quash, the justices refused to throw out the case, saying it will get a full hearing later this year. The case pits the

family of Hassan Rasouli against his doctors over the question of when doctors can withdraw life support. Rasouli had been diagnosed as being in a persistent vegetative state and his doctors wanted to pull the plug over the family’s objections. The doctors went to court to clarify who may make such a decision and when. *** CHICAGO - The time has come to finally close the door on more than a decade of Canadian military involvement in Afghanistan, the prime minister said Monday at the end of the NATO summit. Though Canada will continvue to financially support the Afghan army, there will be no boots on the ground once the NATOled mission concludes in two years time, Stephen Harper said. “The end date is firm and final,” Harper said. “Canada will not have a military mission after March 2014.” Harper’s announcement came as NATO and its partner nations re-affirmed they are on the way out of a long and costly war that has to date claimed the

lives of more than 3,000 foreign troops, including 158 Canadian, and thousands of Afghans. *** NIAGARA FALLS, Ont. - A man survived a 50-metre plunged over Niagara Falls on Monday, becoming only the third person known to have gone over without a safety device and lived. Police and fire crews arrived at the scene around 10:20 a.m. after witnesses reported seeing a man climb over the retaining wall and deliberately jump into the river waters. The man, believed to be in his 40s, went over the Horseshoe Falls and surfaced in the lower Niagara River basin adjacent the Journey Behind the Falls observation platform, Niagara Parks Commission Police said in a release. INTERNATIONAL WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court won’t reduce the $675,000 verdict against a Boston University student who illegally downloaded 30 songs and shared them on the Internet. The high court on Monday refused to hear an appeal from Joel Tenen-

baum, of Providence, R.I., who was successfully sued by the Recording Industry Association of America for illegally sharing music on peer-to-peer networks. In 2009, a jury ordered Tenenbaum to pay $675,000, or $22,500 for each song he illegally downloaded and shared. A federal judge called that unconstitutionally excessive, but the 1st U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals reinstated the penalty at

the request of Sony BMG Music Entertainment, Warner Brothers Records Inc. and other record labels represented by the RIAA. *** HARARE, Zimbabwe - Sixty-five miners are awaiting rescue underground at a platinum mine on Tuesday after conveyor equipment collapsed in southern Zimbabwe. National Mine Workers Union head Shadreck Pelewelo said that 20

miners were rescued after the incident which caused a fire at the Mimosa platinum mine about 400 kilometres (248 miles) southwest of the capital, Harare. Mining company Implats said in a statement that the fire has been contained. Pelewelo told The Associated Press that rescue efforts were “going on well so far” and there were no fatalities.

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Bruce Penton Sports Columnist

Walks? A mere seven. His earned-run average (0.00) is easy to compute, since he has yet to allow one, but he’s doing it without throwing the ridiculous heat for which he was famous as a rookie. A recent story on si.com said the Reds are working “to perfect his slider and his sinking, two-seam fastball.” The online article said the Reds still aren’t sure how to handle him. “He will be a starter,” Reds manager Dusty Baker told si.com. Reds’ fans are asking “when?” Last year, Chapman pitched a mere 50 innings, giving up 24 hits, or one every other inning. This year, his one-hit-every-three-inning -performance is a testament to his improvement. Maybe the Reds will move him into the starting rotation when his hits-to-innings-pitched -ratio falls to one in five or six. It’s understandable that

the Reds don’t want to rush things. Chapman has the potential to be one of the best ever, but the Reds, who have the talent to be a playoff contender, are meandering along around .500 and could use an ace like Chapman to become their stud starter. Fans in Cincinnati and around North America can’t wait for the Cuban to be unleashed. • Dwight Perry of the Seattle Times: “Stunt woman Jolene Van Vugt of London, Ont., broke a world land speed record when she clocked 46 mph in Sydney, Australia - on a motorized toilet. Canadians are reportedly so flush with pride they can’t keep a lid on it.” • R.J. Currie of sportsdeke.com, on the same subject: “Canadian Jolene Van Vugt set a speed record in Australia by driving 74 kph on a motorized toilet. The lady isn’t kidding when she

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says she’s really gotta go.” • Perry again: “Pass-rush specialist Bruce Irvin, the Seahawks’ No. 1 draft pick, agreed to a four-year, $9.3 million deal with a $5 million signing bonus. In keeping with the theme, he asked for all his cash in sacks.” • Mike Bianchi of the Orlando Sentinel: “I’ve always wanted to be able to play golf like Tiger Woods, and now I can. He’s awful.” • Comedy writer Jim Barach: “Shaquille O’Neal has earned a Ph.D. in education from Barry University. He earned the degree in four and a half years. He would have gotten it sooner but part of his doctoral thesis included having to shoot 10 free throws and make five.” • Rick Reilly, ESPN. com: “So what did NFL commissioner Roger Goodell think New Orleans Saints football players would do when their leaders put in a bounty program for quarterbacks’ heads? Did he expect the Saints players to raise their hands and say, ‘You know what, Coach? I’m out. But good luck with that!’” • Comedy writer Jerry Perisho: “Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh is out indefinitely with a strained abdominal muscle. Once again, we couch potatoes see the benefit to having no

abdominal muscles.” • A groaner from R.J. Currie: “Reuters reports an elephant in the Washington, DC, zoo has taken up playing the harmonica. Zookeepers nicknamed her CFL because she plays for peanuts.” • Currie again: “Flyers coach Peter Laviolette said he’s never mastered ‘the season-ending speech’after a playoff loss. If he needs some pointers, maybe he should give the Sharks a call.” • Another one from Perry: “If quarterback Drew Brees’contract impasse turns into a holdout, at least the Saints’ storyline has gone from bounty to mutiny.” • Budd Bailey of the Buffalo (N.Y.) News, after more than 400 Spanish soccer fans missed their team’s match in Bucharest because they mistakenly went to Budapest: “Next up for the confused group: A trip to Madison Square Garden in New York to see Josh Hamilton and the Rangers.” • Scott Ostler of the San Francisco Chronicle: “Two jurors in the trial of Roger Clemens were dismissed for falling asleep during testimony. Why couldn’t Brian McNamee give the jurors a little shot to pep ‘em up?” Care to comment? Email brucepenton2003@ yahoo.ca

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Aroldis Chapman no longer throws the unhittable 106 mile-per-hour fastball for the Cincinnati Reds. Now, he’s around 99 mph with his fastball, a sick 88 with his slider, and these days even more difficult for National League batters to hit. Chapman, a 24-year-old Cuban refugee who fled the Communist country while his country’s national baseball team was playing in the Netherlands a couple of years ago, is being brought along slowly – some think too slowly – by the Reds, who won the right to sign him and gave him a six-year, $30 million contract. Young pitchers who command that kind of dough are usually either stars of the starting rotation or key closers. In Chapman, the Reds have what may be the best eighth-inning set-up man in baseball history. Eighth-inning set-up men usually earn salaries similar to backup infielders. But what a gem the Reds have in Chapman: Through May 20, the left-hander had pitched 22 innings over 18 games for the Reds, and allowed only seven hits fewer than one every three innings. Strikeouts? Thirtynine, nearly two per inning.

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MACK AUCTION

HOUSE REMOVAL & GRAIN STORAGE

Our Past

RUDY & JOAN HANELT THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 2012 BENSON, SASK.

May 22, 1991

DIRECTIONS; FROM BENSON: 2 MILES NORTH ON HWY 47 AND 3 MILES EAST SALE STARTS @ 3:00 P.M. (AFTER DEAN ALLEN EQUIPMENT AUCTION) • WATCH FOR SIGNS

OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY, JUNE 10, 2012 - 1:00 P.M.

Dust was everywhere Saturday and Sunday during the chuckwagon and chariot races at Estevan’s Woodlawn Regional Park. Here, Estevan’s Mike Kolke was urging his team across the finish line Saturday afternoon. Each week the Southeast Trader Express shares recent stories from the community but we’ll also give you a look into the past. If you have a photo you think readers of the Southeast Trader Express would find interesting please submit it to Jordan Baker at jbaker@estvanmercury.ca.

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HOUSE FOR REMOVAL 3 BEDROOM BUNGALOW, APPROX 1132 SQ. FEET, 2X6 CONSTRUCTION, X-90 SIDING HOUSE MUST BE REMOVED BEFORE OCTOBER 1, 2012 GRAIN BINS & FANS 3 – WESTEEL ROSCO 3500 BUSHEL HOPPER BOTTOM BINS 2 – WESTEEL ROSCO 2200 BUSHEL HOPPER BOTTOM BINS; AERATION, LADDERS, OPENERS BEHLIN 3200 BUSHEL HOPPER BOTTOM BIN; AERATION, LADDER, OPENER HARVEST HOPPER 2000 BUSHEL HOPPER BIN 2 – 3HP AERATION FANS KEHO AERATION FAN

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DIRECTIONS; FROM BENSON, SK. GO 2 MILES NORTH ON HWY 47, 8 3/4 MILES WEST ON GRID 705 & 1/2 MILE NORTH. SALE STARTS @ 10:00 A.M. • WATCH FOR SIGNS TRACTORS JOHN DEERE 9100 4WD TRACTOR; 2065 Hours, 24 Speed, 3 Hydraulics, SN.RW9100H010142-1998 (Allen) * FORD VERSATILE 846 DESIGNATION 6 4WD TRACTOR; 3478 Hours, 4 Hydraulics Plus Return, 18.4-38 Duals (Krell) * JOHN DEERE 6400 2WD TRACTOR; 580 Hours, Quad Powershift, 3 PTH, 2 Hydraulics, SN.L06400P142182-1996 (Allen) * JOHN DEERE 4020 2WD TRACTOR & LEON FEL; 4684 Hours, New 18.4-34 Tires (Allen) * CASE 970 2WD TRACTOR; 4243 Hours, 2 Hydraulics, 20.8-34 Tires, SN.8802808 (Krell) * JOHN DEERE 60 2WD TRACTOR; Gas, Belt Pulley, PTO, Hydraulics (Krell) HARVEST EQUIPMENT JOHN DEERE 9400 SP COMBINE; 713/1038 Threshing/Engine Hours, John Deere 212 Pick-up Header; SN.HO9400X645418 (Allen) * JOHN DEERE 930 STRAIGHT CUT HEADER; 30 FT, Batt Reel, Transport Trailer, SN.HOO930P646484 (Allen) * CASE IH 721 PT SWATHER; 21 FT, Batt Reel (Allen) * VERSATILE 400 20 FT SP SWATHER (Krell) * NEW HOLLAND 109 28 FT PT SWATHER (Krell) YARD EQUIPMENT & ATV’S 2010 KUBOTA BX 2360 4WD YARD TRACTOR; 81 Hours, Diesel, 60” Mower, 3 PTH, PTO, SN52874 (Hanelt) * 2010 LAND PRIDE 3PTH 50” ROTOTILLER (Hanelt) * LEON 8FT 6 WAY DOZER BLADE; Hydraulic Tilt & Angle (Allen) * FARM KING 960SB 3PTH SNOWBLOWER; 8 FT, Double Auger (Allen) * JOHN DEERE GATOR TS; 4X2, 328 Hours, SN.004X2X099692 (Allen) * YARD MAN LT 1238 LAWN TRACTOR (Allen) * YAMAHA KODIAK 400 QUAD; 4X4 (Hanelt) * HONDA 250ES BIG RED ATC (Hanelt)

TRUCKS 2001 FORD F-150 EXTENDED CAB TRUCK; 4X4, 5.4L, Automatic, 33 300 Kms, SN.2FTRX18L41CA20933 (Allen) * 1986 IH S1600 TANDEM TAG AXLE GRAIN TRUCK; Diesel, 5&2 Transmission, Cancade Box & Tarp, 57 000 Kms, SN.1HTLAMGM6HH460345 (Allen) * 1975 CHEV C-65 GRAIN TRUCK; 5&2 Transmission, Steel Box, 29 300 Miles, SN.CCE625V155295 (Allen) * 1987 FORD F-800 SINGLE AXLE GRAIN TRUCK; 24 690 KMS, Cancade Box, Roll Tarp, 10.00-20 Tires, 429-4V Gas Engine, SN.V1FDPF82K0HVA21788 (Krell) * 2004 CHEV SILVERARDO 1500 EXT CAB 2WD TRUCK; 92 000 KMS, SN.2GCEC19V741225060 (Krell) * 1992 CHEV SILVERADO 1500 REGULAR CAB 2WD TRUCK; 160 070 KMS (Krell) * 1984 CHEV SIERRA 1500 REGULAR CAB 2WD TRUCK (Krell) * 1956 CHEV ONE TON STEP SIDE TRUCK; SN.61434603627 (Krell) * CHEV ONE TON STEP SIDE TRUCK; Box & Hoist, SN.0143418047 (Krell) CAR 2004 BUICK CENTURY LIMITED 4 DOOR CAR; 48 885 KMS, SN.2G4WY52JX21238110 (Allen) GRAIN HANDLING CUSHION AIR 5000 GRAIN VAC; 540 PTO (Allen) * SAKUNDIAK 7X45 PTO AUGER (Allen) * BRANDT 6X37 AUGER & MOTOR (Allen) * SAKUNDIAK 7 X 45 AUGER & KAWASAKI ENGINE (Krell) * POOL 7 X 45 AUGER & KOHLER ENGINE (Krell) * HYDRAULIC DRILL FILL (Allen) SEEDING & TILLAGE JOHN DEERE 9350 DISC DRILLS; 30 FT (Allen) * JOHN DEERE 610 CULTIVATOR; 40 FT, Tine Harrows (Allen) * CASE IH 7200 HOE DRILLS; 2 X 14 FT, Factory Transport (Ken Gowan

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DIRECTIONS FROM ESTEVAN, SK. EAST OF ESTEVAN ON HWY. 39 & TURN SOUTH ON SHAND ACCESS ROAD. WATCH FOR SIGNS! Up for auction 20’x50’ insulated and lined shop for removal before Oct. 31,2012. Up for auction JD 4240 2WD tractor, JD 8440 4WD tractor, JD 8430 4WD tractor, JD 2130 2WD tractor with JD 145 FEL, JD 4010 2WD Diesel tractor with Case 70 FEL, JD 401 C 2WD industrial tractor, Versatile 700 4WD tractor with 12’ dozer blade and rear mount Allied 895 loader, Case 1370 2WD tractor with clamp on duals, 2005 Dodge Laramie diesel 2500 quad cab 4WD, 2005 PJ gooseneck tandem flat deck trailer, 1996 Lode King 53’ Drop Deck triple axle trailer, 2-200 barrel oilfield drilling tanks on skids, Belarus 611 2WD diesel tractor with PTO, Gleaner L-2 SP combine, Gleaner 24’ straight cut header, MF 24’ 9024 combine header , Versatile 20’ PT swather with Macdon Pickup reel, Koenders Poly swath roller, Case 8465 Round baler, MF #12 square baler and stooker, MF 124 square baler, NH 852 round baler, NH 1100 SP haybine, NH hay rake, 5 bundles 1x8-8’ windbreak slabs, 4 Ritchie livestock water bowls, Sven

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Honda engine, Sakundiak 6-36 grain auger, 28’ JD 655 air seeder, 33’ Allis Chalmers 2600 D Double Disc, 35’ IH 55 chisel plow cultivator, 27’ IH Vibra cultivator, 12’ acreage cultivator, Rockomatic rock picker, 12’ rock rake PTO drive, Land Pride 3PTH 5’ finishing mower, cement mixer, Leon FEL, 100 Barrel tri axle pup trailer, 2002 tilt 24’ trailer flat deck trailer with 7000lbs. winch,Well site mobile rig shack with 10x32 living quarters, shopbuilt 20’ hi-boy flatdeck trailer, Arnold Bros storage reefer van, enclosed B train storage trailers with fuel storage and parts shelving, tandem axle dolly convertor, Rhino aluminum tub ATV trailer, Aluminum jet ski lift, Cub Cadet zero turn RZT lawn mower with 40 hours, Eagle gas engine air compressor, slip tanks, 1250 gallon poly water tanks, aluminum ladders and step ladders, Metal Industries 1500 bushel hopper bottom bin. Visit www.mackauctioncompany.com for complete printable sale bill, photos and video.

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Everyone disappointed by Stefano’s release THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Rick admitted to Brooke that she was right all along when it came to Amber. Caroline explained to Thomas why she kept her secret from Bill all these years. Marcus and Dayzee began planning their wedding. Hope confronted her fears of abandonment during her therapy sessions. Bill felt certain that the key to destroying Hope was through Deacon. Stephanie criticized Ridge for offering to design Hope’s wedding dress. Steffy issued Liam an ultimatum about their relationship. Hope had a surprise wedding guest on her list. Deacon weighed his

options after Bill offered him a deal. Wait to See: Marcus confronts Justin. Bill misinterprets the context of a business meeting. DAYS OF OUR LIVES Everyone celebrated the news of Stefano’s arrest -- until a CIA agent arrived and demanded his release. Victor admitted to Maggie that he was the one who stole

her harvested eggs. Lexie collapsed in Abe’s arms. Carrie was devastated to learn that she was pregnant with Austin’s child. Lucas praised Sami for her honesty about meeting up with EJ in the park. Nicole found that her feelings for Rafe expanded beyond gratefulness. Gabi’s plan to drive a wedge between Chad and Melanie backfired. Marlena went out and bought a gun after Stefano once again got off scot-free. Carrie assured Nicole that she would keep her secret from EJ. Kate and Sami had a rare bonding moment over Sami’s troubles with Will. Stefano gained new respect for being a pa-

and came home to Port Charles. Starr was shocked that Michael wouldn’t be testifying against her. The Quartermaines were stunned by the news that Franco was related to them. Wait to See: Heather has a strange new companion. Maxie foils the prosecution’s case against Matt. THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS Jack found Victor and Sharon’s budding romance rather amusing. Danny was understanding of Daniel’s reason for marrying his enemy, Daisy. Nikki accepted Jack’s marriage proposal. Danny warned Phyllis that Ricky was snooping around in her past. Sofia decided to file for divorce after Neil admitted that he wasn’t attracted to her. Jack was thrilled that the judge found in his favor against Genevieve and Victor. Daniel had trouble coping with his guilt on the anniversary of Cassie’s death. Later, Cassie’s family gathered at the ranch to honor her memory. Wait to See: Danny and Christine reunite. Sharon reveals a shocking secret about Billy’s past. (c) 2012 King Features Synd., Inc.

PHOTO: Peter Bergman stars as Jack on The Young and The Restless. triot. Wait to See: Rafe and Carrie realize they can’t be together. Gabi hires someone to be her stalker.

Let’s celebrate the retirement of two dear friends.

GENERAL HOSPITAL Connie admitted that she framed Sonny for the murder of Starr’s husband and daughter. Jason told Elizabeth that he wasn’t sure he could raise Franco’s baby as his own. Dante reported

Please join MNP as we say goodbye to Blair Bergen and Earl Bremner as they prepare to retire on June 1. It’s a bittersweet occasion for those of us who have worked with and developed friendships with Blair and Earl over the years. They have been an integral part of MNP, as well as the community of Estevan and surrounding area. Like you, we will miss their friendship and support.

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to a crime scene only to find Lulu there first. Michael and Starr had a chance encounter at the police station. Molly witnessed a hug between Jason and Elizabeth. Anna helped Felicia cope with the stress surrounding Maxie’s conviction. Later, Maxie was harassed by another inmate at the jail. Carly tried to get past Johnny’s cheating on her. Kristina left college

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Out On The Links

A handful of Canada geese found their way onto the No. 7 hole at the Estevan Woodlawn Golf Club on Wednesday.

World War I Display

Remembering the 152nd Weyburn/Estevan Battalion (Forerunner to the South Saskatchewan Regiment)

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German Potato-Salad Packet Grill spuds with bacon pieces, then toss with a cider-vinegar dressing. 2 1/2 pounds (medium) red potatoes, cut into 1-inch chunks 2 slices uncooked bacon, chopped 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoons coarsely ground black pepper 2 green onions, chopped 3 tablespoons cider vinegar 2 teaspoons sugar 1. In large bowl, toss potatoes with bacon, salt

and pepper until potatoes are evenly coated. 2. Using 18-inch-wide heavy-duty foil, layer two 20-by-18-inch sheets to make a double thickness. Spray with nonstick cooking spray. Place potato mixture on center of stacked foil. Bring long sides of foil up and over potato mixture and fold over several times to seal well. Fold ends to seal in juices, making sure not to fold in too far in order to leave room for heat circulation inside. 3. Place packet on grill over medium heat and cook 30 minutes or until potatoes are fork-tender, turning packet over once halfway

through grilling. 4. Remove packet from grill and carefully open; add green onions, vinegar and sugar to potato mixture, tossing gently to combine. Makes 8 (3/4 cup) servings.

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Drewitz School of Dance Presents

The 29th Annual Recital Dancing Memories... The Best Years of Your Life

In Concert Choreographed & Directed By Lorie-Gay Drewitz-Gallaway, A.R.A.D.

Estevan Comprehensive School Cafetorium Saturday, May 26th, 2012 Matinee: 2:00 pm (Doors open at 1:00 pm)

Evening Performance: 7:00 pm (Doors open at 6:00 pm)

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Fed Up By Vandalism

Students sit in this gazebo built by Grade 8 students on the Pleasantdale School grounds that showed signs of vandalism earlier this week after the school found it had been abused for the third week in a row. See next week’s Estevan Mercury for a complete story.

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THE TRADER EXPRESS, FRIDAY, MAY 25, 2012“I’ve just set the timer

Traditions Bring Families Together for 18 minutes,” said Karen Helfand to her 9-year-old daughter, Rachel, and Rachel’s friend Claire. That was the cue for the girls to dump and pour the measured flour and water on the counter and mix the simple dough with their hands to make matzo for Passover earlier this spring.

They were learning that it’s all about “time” as they prepared and baked the dough in haste -- just as it was done by the Israelites thousands of years ago in the land of Egypt when they escaped slavery and fled for safety in a hurry. “We want our daughters to have a Passover

Seder to remember,” said Claire’s mom, Patty Diamond, program director of Mayim Rabim Congregation in Minneapolis. “When extended families gather around their tables and the plate with the horseradish (representing the bitterness of slavery) is served with matzo, the children will connect per-

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sonally having measured, mixed and manipulated the unleavened dough themselves. Passover is our tradition, and we pass it on to our daughters, just as our mothers did for us.” Traditions, whether religious or otherwise, can bring a sense of special identity to family life. And the good news is that just about anything your family enjoys doing together can become a special ritual that keeps you close. And those rituals will no doubt have a few simple things in common: They are easy to do, you share them with your children, and they give you a “we.” “In our family ‘we’ always go fishing on Father’s Day, or ‘we’ always make sandcastles and a bonfire at the beach on the Fourth

of July.” You might think of traditions as a mosaic of your family’s soul. They say who you are, where you are and where you come from. Encase special life events and start calling them your own this spring and summer. These traditions bear repetition not only because they are fun, but also because you rekindle the wonder of relationships and family by doing them again and again. As you fill your family calendar with kids’ camps, gardening, ballgames, outings and vacations, think about how you can make a trip or activity a special tradition, a “we” event that defines who you are. Remember, a family tradition doesn’t have to cost a lot

of money or be elaborate. In fact, it’s the simple and silly ideas that are often treasured most. Pass them along from year to year and watch your family story become a living gift to your children. *** D o n n a E r i c k s o n ’s award-winning series “Donna’s Day” is airing on public television nationwide. To find more of her creative family recipes and activities, visit www. donnasday.com and link to the NEW Donna’s Day Facebook fan page. Her latest book is “Donna Erickson’s Fabulous Funstuff for Families.” (c) 2012 Donna Erickson Distributed by King Features Synd.

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to change my walking style. It’s extremely irritating. I have been walking the way I walk since I was an infant. Is there really a special way to do so? -- R.C. ANSWER: Most people develop a walk natural for them, and there’s nothing wrong with that. Some general pointers about the proper walking style are worth incorporating into your walking pattern. Keep your head erect with eyes focused about 20 feet in front of you. Your arms should be bent at the elbow. When the right foot hits the ground, the left arm should be in front of your body, and vice versa when your left foot hits the ground. The heel of the foot should strike the ground first, and the liftoff should come from the toes. Older people tend to shorten their walking stride in an attempt to keep both feet always on the ground. This gives them more balance and stability. They should try to take a little longer stride and use their arms for balance and stability as I described above. *** Dr. Donohue regrets that he is unable to answer individual letters, but he will incorporate them in his column whenever possible. Readers may write him or request an order form of available health newsletters at P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475.

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DEAR DR. DONOHUE: I am 9 years old. I read what you said about dust mites. I am wondering if they can hurt me. Will they affect me in any way? Am I safe around them? One night I was snuggling my pillow pet, and my mom said, “Remember, it has dust mites.” She gave me your article. I couldn’t sleep that night, knowing that loads of dust mites were crawling around me. So tell me. Should I be afraid? What makes them go away? What will happen? -- T.M.C. ANSWER: Have no fear, T.M.C. Dust mites have not done, are not doing and will not do anything harmful to you. I have them too. So does just about everyone. They’re all over the world. They’re less than one-hundredth of an inch, barely visible. They don’t bite you. They feed on dead skin that has fallen off the body. They don’t crawl in and out of your mouth, as the letter writer

suggested. Dust mites don’t give you any illness, although some people are allergic to them and itch when exposed to them. In a very few people, they might trigger an asthma attack. None of this has happened to you or me. I don’t think it ever will. Dust mites need high humidity to survive, around 70 percent. You can cut down on their number if you keep your room humidity lower than that. Don’t try to get rid of them. They’re part of the biological diversity that exists in our world. I don’t know if they do us any good, but they don’t do us any harm, aside from the allergy thing. Sleep in peace. I apologize for ruining a night’s sleep for you. Please don’t ask me about bedbugs. They don’t make people ill either, but they give me the creeps. *** DEAR DR. DONOHUE: My husband and I have started walking every evening. It’s our way of staying in shape. I like it. My husband actually listens to what I have to say when we walk. There is one thorn in my side, however. My husband insists that I don’t walk correctly, and he is constantly giving me ways

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At The Library.....

Mondays & Wednesdays, @ 3:00, 3:30 & 4:00 pm – Hello Computer! – Come and get answers to your computer questions in one-on-one sessions. Bring your laptop or use a public computer. **When registering please indicate what you would like to learn. Tuesday, May 29th @ 2:30 pm – Tuesday Afternoon Book Club: the Uncommon Reader – Can’t make it to Cover-to-Cover Book Club Thursday evenings? No problem! To accommodate your busy schedule Jill is hosting a Tuesday afternoon book club focusing on an alternate title. This month we will be discussing The Uncommon Reader by Alan Bennett. Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom becomes obsessed with books after a chance encounter with a mobile library. The story follows the consequences of this obsession for the Queen, her household and advisers, and her constitutional position. Call 636-1621 to pick up your copy today. Thursday, May 31st @ 6:00 pm – What to Read Next? – Unsure what to read next? Jill will introduce you to reader’s advisory databases, focusing on Novelist and Fiction Connection. She will teach you how to select new titles based on your favourite books and authors. Come and learn how to select books you enjoy. Don’t miss out on your next great read! Call 636-1621 to register. Tuesday, June 5th @ 6:30 to 8:00 pm – Customer Service: Simple & Easy – Join Verna O’Neill of Community Futures as she takes you through time-tested, easy customer service techniques that are sure to connect with your clients. Session topics will include four components of a customer service strategy, key skills that are a ‘must’ to create outstanding customer experiences, ways to keep customers coming back, and methods that encourage the potential of your customer service team. Send your front-line staff to this workshop! Or come and refresh your own customer service knowledge! This session is free to attend. Materials will be provided. Registration is required as space is limited. Call 636-1621 to pre-register today! Thursday, June 7th @ 6:30 to 8:00 pm – Geo-caching in Partnership with Active Estevan – Curious about geo-caching? The library now has GPS units for patrons to borrow. Come to the library and join Barb Wright, who will be teaching how to geocache – learn how to use a GPS and have fun at the same time! Families welcome! Saturday, June 9th 2:00 pm – Armchair Travel Russia & Ukraine – Curious about Eastern Europe? Join Irene Roy for an informative discussion about her experiences in Russia and the Ukraine. She toured St. Petersburg and Odessa at the point when communism was being overthrown in Eastern Europe. Her discussion will shed light on Eastern Europe politics, history and culture. Don’t miss this opportunity! Tuesday, June 12, 19, 26 @ 5:30 pm – Knitting for Beginners – Interested in knitting but not quite sure where to start? Join experienced knitter Shauna Stock who will be teaching basic knitting skills in three sessions. Participants are encouraged to practice what they learned following the program and voice questions or concerns in subsequent programs; Shauna can help! Adults only please. Participants must bring their own yarn and knitting needles, call the library for details. Thursday, June 14th @ 9:30 to 10:30 am – Sunrise Program: Music for Young Children with Joanna Smith – For Ages 2 ½ to 4 yrs. Sunrise ® is an exciting and innovative pre-school music program offered at Music For Young Children ® Studios. Children are introduced to the exciting world of music through singing, rhythm and listening activities. Group instruction enhances the development of listening awareness, fine motor skills, attention span and social skills. Join us for this free one session demo class and get a taste of what MYC ® has to offer! Thursday, June 14th @ 6:00 pm – Food Fear Factor – Are you fearless? Do you have an iron stomach? Test yourself. Come compete in Food Fear Factor at the library – a race through five rounds of creatively disgusting food to make it to the final “Gross-Out” table, where finalists will compete to be named champion gastronome. Please indicate any allergies. Adults only please. There will be no Baby Time, Toddler Time or Story Time Programs for July & August. Regular sessions will start in September.

The Library will be closed Sundays starting June 17th. Please pre-register for all programs unless otherwise indicated. Call 636-1621. The library will be closed on May 20 & 21.

SUPPORT WORKERS NEEDED

Southeast Regional Victim Services is looking for volunteers in the Estevan City Police / Estevan RCMP detachment area to work with victims of crime and traumatic events by providing information, advocacy, support and referral. Victim Services is a policeaffiliated program. The following qualifications are needed: * 18 years of age or older * pass a police security screening and take an oath of confidentiality * sincere interest in and the ability to work with people * successfully complete initial training program and participate in ongoing training and staff meetings Training is provided free of charge. Funded by Saskatchewan Justice. For further information, please call 634-8040.

POLICE CONSTABLE

The Estevan Police Service was established in 1906 and has been built on a tradition of excellence. The City of Estevan has experienced a great deal of growth in the past three years, especially in the energy sector including oil, coal mining and power generation. This growth and economic boom has created several challenges within the City of Estevan including the Police Service. The Estevan Police Service is increasing the size of the Police Service and currently has two vacancies for the position of Constable. The Estevan Police Service has a rigorous application process; however, this process is to ensure that the people we hire to wear the Estevan Police Service uniform are the right people for the job. If you are hired as a new recruit you will enter a rigorous training period of 42 weeks. The first 18 weeks will be at the Saskatchewan Police College in Regina, Saskatchewan where you will receive instruction in criminal law, officer safety, self defence, firearms, report writing and cross cultural training. After graduating from the Police College you will receive a further 24 weeks of field training under the guidance of a Field Training Officer. Experienced members are encouraged to apply. The Estevan Police Service offers an exciting career in law enforcement with excellent benefits and a competitive salary.

COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER (Dispatcher)

Duties and Responsibilities: The successful candidate will demonstrate excellent interpersonal communication skills. This person will handle incoming telephone calls, general public inquiries and complaints, and will communicate via radio transmissions with members on patrol. Must be able to work independently under stress as well as produce a high degree of accuracy.

To apply or receive further information please see contact information below.

Application packages can be picked up at the Estevan Police Service or mailed out upon request. Please return the completed package with an updated resume in a sealed envelope to:

Estevan Police Service

301-11th Ave., Estevan, Saskatchewan. S4A 1C7 or call 306 634 4767. You can also email: schartrand@estevanpolice.ca or jpierson@estevanpolice.ca Del Block – Chief of Police, Estevan Police Service Only successful candidates will be contacted.

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The Estevan City Police would like to remind the residents of the following regarding PEDESTRIAN SAFETY. Pedestrian Safety is for ALL ages. Unfortunately, in traffic accidents involving pedestrians and motorists, it is the pedestrian who suffers, often with tragic results. In many cases it is not the driver’s fault. It is the responsibility of both driver and pedestrian to ensure each others safety by the following some simple rules. PEDESTRIAN: Cross at marked crosswalks or traffic lights, not in the middle of the block or between parked cars; -make sure drivers see you before you cross; -Cross when traffic has come to a complete stop; At a traffic light, cross at the beginning of a green light. Do not cross once the “Don’t walk” signal begins to flash or once the light has turned yellow. NEVER cross on a red light; -Watch for traffic turning at intersections or entering and leaving driveways; -Wear bright or light-coloured clothing or reflective strips, when walking in dusk or darkness. MOTORIST: Be patient, especially with older pedestrians who need more time to cross the road; -Always look for pedestrians, especially when turning; -Remember, stay alert and slow down on residential streets and through school zones. Fines for these offences (motorists or pedestrians) range from $70.00-$230.00. AS A PARENT OR CAREGIVER: -Teach and reinforce the proper techniques for crossing the road safely with your child. -Stress the importance of walking on the inside of the sidewalk, or where there are no sidewalks, as far away as possible from the travelled portion of the road: -Stopping before the edge of the sidewalk at all times; -Being alert and stopping at driveways and where there are no curbs. Thank you, Cst D STEPHANY #44 Estevan Police Service

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Construction Bulletin

KENSINGTON AND ROONEY ROAD The City of Estevan is undertaking construction for Concrete and Surface Works The affected area includes Rooney Road and Nesbitt Drive and Kensington Avenue intersection. Property access and parking restrictions are to occur. This work will commence April 2, 2012 and will take approximately four (4) weeks to complete (subject to weather) Glen Peterson Construction Ltd and Souris Valley Paving will perform this work within the current Bylaw regulations and specifications.

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- The housing units must be rental and cannot be converted to condos for a minimum of five years - This grant cannot be stacked with other rental grant programs For further information please contact: Jim Puffalt, City Manager 1102 - 4th Street, Estevan, SK, S4A 1Z9 306-634-1802 citymanager@estevan.ca

PUBLIC NOTICE

WATER & SEWER UTILITY RATES INCREASED AS OF JANUARY 1, 2012 Property Tax Discount

2012 DISCOUNTS

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Tax notices will be sent out in June, once taxes have been levied

Taxpayers are encouraged to take advantage of the pre-payment discount the city offers on 2012 Property Taxes if paid before June. Please note that you will not receive a prepayment notice. If you wish to take advantage of the discount please stop into City Hall or call 634-1812 or 634-1811 to determine what your 2012 discount will be.

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More than a great paycheck, a career with a difference. Permanent Full Time Positions Requirements • Current Certification in • National Lifeguarding Services (Bronze Cross/Medallion) • Assistant Water Safety Instructor/WSI • First Aid/CPR • Ensure the safety of Aquatic Centre Enjoy • Great work environment • Continuous learning opportunities • Outstanding benefit package • Working with great people

Guests • Instruct lessons for children and adults alike. • Administer First Aid in the event of an emergency • Keep environment clean, and free of hazards.

Apply to: Kelvin Pillipow - Human Resources 1102 Fourth Street, Estevan SK S4A 0W7 Phone: 306-634-1842 • Fax: 306-634-9790 Email: hr@estevan.ca

Volunteers Needed

The City will be planting flowers to beautify the City and we need help!

Please show up and bring your work gloves:

PUBLIC NOTICE The Council of the City of Estevan, pursuant to Section 209 of the Saskatchewan Planning and Development Act, 2007, gives notice of its intention to amend Zoning Bylaw #2010-1834 as hereinafter provided: Consideration is being given to make a number of amendments to the Zoning Bylaw #2010-1834 which are of a minor nature – specifically errors and omissions that have been discovered since the passing of the Zoning Bylaw (2010). The amending “housekeeping” bylaw (No.2012-1876) may be inspected by any person at the Legislative Services Business Division, 1102 4th Street, Estevan, Saskatchewan, between the hours of 9:00am and 12:00 noon, and 1:00pm and 4:00 pm, Monday to Friday. City Council, at it’s meeting to be held on June 11, 2012 at 7:30pm in the Council Chambers, City Hall, will consider any written submissions respecting the proposed bylaw, provided such submissions are received by the City Clerk, Legislative Services Business Division, City Hall, 1102 Fourth Street, Estevan, Saskatchewan, no later than 4:00 pm on June 6, 2012. Dated at the City of Estevan this 8th Day of May , 2012.

CITY OF ESTEVAN – 2012 WATERMAIN FLUSHING SCHEDULE Friday, Monday, Tuesday May 25 & 28, & 29, 2012 Area bounded by Valley Street and 1st Street, Souris Avenue, 6th Street, Alice Road, including Westview Place Wednesday, Thursday, Friday May 30, 31, June 1, 2012 Area bounded by Souris Avenue, Kensington Avenue and 6th street, Perkins Street, including the Valleyview Subdivision, Jubilee Place and Bay Meadows Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday June 5, 6, 7, 8, 2012 East of Kensington Avenue (within city limits)

Friday June 1,2012 at 9:30 am Leisure Services Forecourt Second Planting June 13 & 14, 2012 @ 9:30 am Leisure Services Forecourt

Wednesday May 30, 2012 at 9:30 am behind House of Stationary Thursday May 31, 2012 at 9:30 am Leisure Services Forecourt LET’S CLEAN UP OUR COMMUNITY! LET’S CLEAN UP OUR COMMUNITY! LET’S CLEAN UP OUR COMMUNITY! LET’S CLEAN UP OUR COMMUNITY! LET’S CLEAN UP OUR COMMUNITY!

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Water Main Replacement The City of Estevan is undertaking concrete work and road works at: MONTHMONTH WEEK 2012 TENTATIVE DATES AREA Souris Avenue – Seventh Street to King Street WEEK 2012 TENTATIVE DATES AREA PASS 2 th th The purpose of this work is to provide timely and cost effective replacement of existing cast iron water main AUGUSTAUGUST 22 NE Corner Aug 13thAug – Aug13 17th – Aug NE17 Corner th th 3 Aug 20thAug – Aug20 24th SE24 Corner with PVC pipe, replacement of existing water and sanitary sewer services from water & sewer main up to the 3 – Aug SE Corner st MONTH WEEK TENTATIVE DATES AREA 4 Aug 27th2012 – Aug 31 SW Corner property line and surface restoration. This work would require closure of immediate areas of excavation and may th st th 42 1 SW Corner Sept 4thAug – Sept27 7thth – Corner AUGUSTSEPTEMBER Aug 13 – Aug AugNW31 17 NE Corner necessitate parking restriction in adjacent areas. This work will commence during the week of April 9, 2012 th th SEPTEMBER 13 Sept 4 th––Sept NW Corner Aug 20 Aug 724th SE Corner (from Seventh Street) and will take approximately Four (4) Weeks to complete (subject to weather). Glen Peterson Construction Ltd. will perform this work within the current Bylaw regulations. 4 Aug 27th – Aug 31st SW Corner NORTH WEST th th George Street – Dufferin Avenue to Bannatyne Avenue th th SEPTEMBER 1 Sept 4 – Sept 7 NW Corner June 4 – June 8 The purpose of this work is to provide timely and cost effective replacement of existing cast iron water main with PVC pipe, September 4th – September 7th NORTH WEST replacement of existing water and sanitary sewer services from water & sewer main up to the property line and surface restoration. This work would require closure of immediate areas of excavation and may necessitate parking restriction in June 4th – June 8th adjacent areas. This work will commence during the week of April 9, 2012 and will take approximately Three (3) to Four th th September 4 – September 7 NORTH EAST NORTH WEST (4) Weeks to complete (subject to weather). Glen Peterson Construction Ltd. will perform this work within the current Bylaw th th May 14 – May 18 June 4th – June 8th regulations. th th August 13 – August 17 Woodlawn Reservoir September 4th – September 7th The City of Estevan is undertaking construction of a Treated Drinking Water Reservoir. SOUTH WEST May 28th – June 1st The affected area includes The Woodlawn Avenue Right of Way North of the St. Joseph’s Hospital. NORTH EAST August 27th – August 31st This th th Right of Way is not a though road and no traffic will be allowed in the area that is not involved with the reservoir May 14 – May 18 construction. SOUTH EAST th th August 13 – August This17 work will commence March 5, 2012 and will take approximately ten (10) months to May 22nd– May 25th NORTH EAST th th th th August 20 – August 24May 14 – May 18 complete. th Ledcor SOUTH WEST August 13 – August 17thConstruction Ltd. and JV&M Constructors Inc will perform this work within the current Bylaw regulations and specifications. May 28th – June 1st Safety th August – August 31st SOUTH 27 WEST Construction site could be dangerous. If you have children, please ask them to keep a safe distance from the site. We will take every precaution to ensure public safety, but we need your assistance to constrain the natural curiosity of younger May 28th – June 1st SOUTH EAST children. Please DO NOT attempt to go close to areas affected. AugustThe 27thCity – August 31st and Province of Saskatchewan Rental Construction Incentivend of Estevan th May 22 – May 25 Theft or Vandalism Program is now taking applications for funding. The Rental Construction Incentive th th act of vandalism, theft or anyone suspiciously tampering with equipment, signage or barricades please If you see August 24any SOUTH EAST– August Program provides a $ 5,000 grant per door for new rental units or conversions of20 contact nd th call Police. housing to rental units. This $ 5,000 is matched by the City of Estevan through the May 22 – May Questions 25 and Concerns CANDO Rental Construction Program full property tax abatement for the year of th th August 20 – August st The City24 of Estevan, Engineering Services apologize for any inconveniences that this work may cause and thank you in construction and 1 four years after. advance for your cooperation and patience. If you have any question or concerns, please call at 634-1818 or approach To be eligible: the supervisor or foreman on site. PASS 2

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INFORMATION FOR EXTERNAL USE (PUBLIC RELEASE) SCHEDULED PASSES

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12E157 - Highrock Manor Hz .......................................................................................................... 2A2-36-3A10-25-7-1 12E178 - VOC Souris Flat Hz......................................................................................................4D16-14-2D16-13-1-34 12E177 - Elkhorn Northgate Hz.......................................................................................................1A2-29-2D13-28-1-2 12E172 - CNRL Steelman Hz............................................................................................................2A11-2-3D16-2-5-5 12E169 - Williston Hunter Tableland Hz..........................................................................................1A1-14-4D16-2-1-11 12E168 - Williston Hunter Tableland Hz............................................................................................ 4A1-16-1A1-9-1-11 12E176 - Vale Mclean Re DD ....................................................................................................... 1B5-29-2A5-29-18-15 12E175 - Vale Mclean .................................................................................................................................... 5-29-18-15 12E174 - Geopetrol Coteau Lake Hz ..............................................................................................2C7-10-1B8-10-1-20 12E188 - BDOG Mair 2Hz ...........................................................................................................2C10-27-1C12-27-8-32 12E196 - PBEN Clarilaw W 2Hz........................................................................................................ 3A2-32-2A2-29-7-5 12E190 - Harvest Corning West Hz ..................................................................................................3C13-8-4A9-7-11-7 12E205 - Triwest Parkman South Hz .............................................................................................. 5A1-22-2A3-23-8-33 12E206 - Renegade et al Crystal Hill 2Hz ..................................................................................... 4A9-26-3A11-25-10-2 12E231 - BDOG Mair SWD ................................................................................................................................ 4-2-9-32 12E210 - Triwest Hastings Hz ...........................................................................................................2B12-2-4C7-3-3-33 12E237 - Fire Sky et al Cantal S 2Hz ............................................................................................8D16-11-3A3-13-5-34 12E218 - Elkhorn Northgate Hz............................................................................................................. 1B4-7-4B4-6-1-2 12E229 - Elkhorn Northgate Hz.......................................................................................................4D1-29-2D14-28-1-2 12E233 - PBEN Kisbey 2Hz ..............................................................................................................2C14-4-1C12-5-8-5 12E216 - PBEN Kisbey 2Hz ..............................................................................................................5C13-4-1C13-5-8-5 12E213 - Spectrum et al Vieweld Hz .............................................................................................2D16-22-2D8-27-8-5 12E222 - Williston Hunter Tableland Hz.............................................................................................. 4A1-2-3A1-1-1-10 12E226 - Williston Hunter Tableland Hz................................................................................................. 8A1-4B4-2-1-10 12E224 - Williston Hunter Tableland Hz.......................................................................................... 3B4-16-3A1-16-1-10 12E221 - Husky Oungre Hz............................................................................................................. 1B4-25-4A4-24-1-13

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THE TRADER EXPRESS, FRIDAY, MAY 25, 2012

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SOUTHEAST SASK USED CAR SUPERSTORE CARS

2011 CHEV MALIBU PLATINUM EDITION 30,000 kms .......................... $18,900 2008 CHEV COBALT 4 door, sport red, 56,840 kms ...................................... $12,700 2008 CHEV COBALT COUPE auto, power roof, 40,800 kms ......................... $12,700 2007 CHEV COBALT COUPE A/C, cruise, tilt, pw, pl, 112,000 kms ................. $9,800 2006 BUICK ALLURE local trade, 124,000 kms .............................................. $9,950 2005 CHEV CAVALIER 4 door, A/C, cruise, tilt, 88,000 kms ............................ $5,700 2004 CHEV CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE auto, leather, chrome wheels, 8,600 kms ..................................................................................................... Sale $32,300 $33,900

TRUCKS, SUVS, VANS

2011 GMC YUKON cloth, 20’s, white, 54,000 kms ...................................... $37,900 2011 DODGE DAKOTA CREW 4X4 19,200 kms....................................... $25,700 2011 CHEV SUBURBAN leather, 4x4, 34,000 kms ...................................... $38,900 2011 GMC TERRAIN SLT2 V6 leather, roof, dvd, nav, 2,200 kms................. $35,700 2011 FORD ESCAPE LTD loaded, leather, power roof, only 15,500 kms .......... $28,700 2011 CHEV TRAVERSE AWD, LT, quad, buckets, 43,400 kms ........................ $29,900 2010 GMC 1 TON CREW CAB DURAMAX 163,000 kms ......................... $25,900 2010 CHEV CREW 4x4 very nice, black with 20’s, local trade, 41,000 kms .... $32,700 SOLD 2010 CHEV 1500 CREW 4X4 6.2L, max pkg, 134,000 kms, local trade ...... $21,980 2009 BUICK ENCLAVE CX AWD 64,685 kms, very well equipped ................ $32,880 2009 GMC SIERRA SLT 1500 72,785 kms, Crew, loaded ........................... $25,900 2009 GMC R/C lwb, V6, auto, air, cruise, tilt, 69,500 kms ............................. $14,980 2009 CHEV UPLANDER SWB quad buckets, very nice, 59,300 kms.............. $15,500 2008 CHEVY TAHOE ATZ sunroof, DVD, loaded, very nice, local trade, 79,000 kms ................................................................................................... $33,700 2008 HUMMER H3 fully loaded, cloth buckets, very clean, 69,000 kms........... $28,600 2008 SATURN VUE AWD A/C, cruise, tilt, pw, pl, 78,000 kms ..................... $18,990 2008 DODGE NITRO 4X4 loaded, only 48,911 kms .................................. SOLD $21,800 2008 FORD EDGE LIMITED AWD, black, local trade, 101,300 kms ................ $19,900 2008 ACADIA SLT AWD, Red Jewel, tint coat, leather, local trade, 93,000 kms.. $26,900 2007 GMC CANYON CREW 4x4 local trade, only 54,000 kms ................... $19,900 2007 CHEV TRAILBLAZER SS AWD 395 HP, leather, power roof, 100,000 kms ................................................................................ $23,700 2007 PONTIAC TORRENT A/C, pw, pl, cruise, tilt, AWD 110,000 kms ........ $14,600 2007 CADILLAC ESCALADE loaded, leather, 20’s, 81,000 kms ..................... $38,700 2006 ENVOY DENALI loaded, leather, local trade .......................................... $11,900 2005 ACURA MDX leather, power roof, only 102,000 kms ............................ $19,700 2005 PONTIAC MONTANA EXT 105,300 kms .......................................... SOLD $10,700 2004 CHEV AVALANCHE 4x4 only 117,314 kms....................................... $15,700 2002 YUKON DENALI XL fully loaded, local trade, only 126,000 kms ............ $13,700 1994 CHEV E/C 4X2 very clean, 209,000 kms ............................................. SOLD $4,995

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Domestic cars

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Used Cars

2009 DoDge Challenger White, 83,005 kms..........................$22,900 2008 CheV MalIBU lT Silver, 72,340 kms...................................$14,900 2004 ChrYSler CroSSFIre Black, 66,000 kms .......................$12,900

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USED CARS

2009 MAZDA CX-7 40,000km......................................................... $29,900 2009 SEBRING TOURING Very nice car ....................................... $15,995 2008 DODGE CHARGER 68,000 kms............................................ $17,500 2008 VW NEW BEETLE CONVERTIBLE 64,000 kms ................... $17,995 2008 CHRYSLER SEBRING Only 20,000 kms .............................. $14,995

USED TRUCKS/VANS

2011 FORD F150 CREW CAB 24,500 kms .................................... $32,995 2011 TOWN & COUNTRY .............................................................. $31,900 2011 GRAND CHEROKEE ............................................................. $39,500 2011 DODGE 1500 CREW CAB BIG HORN 49,800 kms .............. $33,900 2010 FORD XLT SUPER CAB ....................................................... $21,900 2010 RAM 1500 SLT Q/C 4X4 Loaded ........................................... $28,995 2010 GMC SIERRA 1500 CREW CAB 59,000 kms ....................... $27,995 2010 DODGE CALIBER ................................................................. $13,995 2010 RAM 3500 Diesel SLT ............................................................ $36,995 2009 RAM 1500 CREW CAB LARAMIE Loaded ........................... $32,500 2009 DODGE JOURNEY RT Loaded ............................................. $27,995 2009 JEEP PATRIOT LTD.............................................................. $21,995 2009 CHEVY UPLANDER LT 69,000 kms, DVD............................ $11,995 2008 RAM 2500 4X4 SLT Q/C Diesel ............................................ $19,995 2008 FORD ESCAPE...................................................................... $13,900 2008 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN SXT ......................................... $15,995 2007 GRAND CHEROKEE 57,000 kms ......................................... $19,500 2007 TOWN AND COUNTRY ......................................................... $12,995 SOLD $17,995 2006 RAM 1500 ST 4X4 Nice shape .............................................. 2005 DODGE RAM 2500 SLT Q/C 4X4 Diesel............................... $18,995 2005 GMC 1500 CREW CAB ......................................................... $19,995 2005 DODGE 1500 Q/C SLT 87,000 kms....................................... $14,995 2003 FORD F-150 XLT ................................................................... $13,995 2003 DODGE 1500 Q/C SLT 2WD ................................................... $9,900

TRAILERS/MOTORHOMES/RVs

2008 RPM TOY HAULER, 26 Ft. .................................................... $24,900 2008 ROCKWOOD WINDJAMMER, 28 Ft. .................................... $20,900 2006 ROCKWOOD TRAILER, 26 Ft. Bunks & slide out................ $16,500 2006 BRISTOL BAY 5TH WHEEL LOADED ................................. $31,995 1980 TRAVEL AIR MOTORHOME, 24 Ft. ....................................... $6,500

Used Trucks, SUVs & Vans 2011 ForD eSCaPe XlT Leather, red, 10,758 kms ........................SolD 2011 JeeP granD CheroKee lareDo Black, 30,078 kms ....$36,900 2011 CheV TraVerSe Loaded, white, 21,000 kms .....................$34,900 2011 CaDIllaC eSCalaDe White, 39,500 kms..........................$59,900 2011 JeeP PaTrIoT Silver, 17,444 kms .......................................$23,900 2010 DoDge JoUrneY rT Red, 41,021 kms ..............................$27,900 2010 raM 3500 CreW long BoX Tan, 67,000 kms ..................$39,900 2009 DoDge granD CaraVan Red, 47,000 kms .....................$19,900 2009 JeeP CoMManDer SPorT Leather, 59,000 kms ..............$23,900 2009 ForD eSCaPe XlT Red, 65,761 kms..................................$19,900 2009 JeeP PaTrIoT Red, 46,905 kms .........................................$17,900 2009 ForD eSCaPe XlT 86,507 kms ..........................................$19,900 2008 CheV aValanChe lS Tan, 108,013 kms...........................$24,900 2008 ForD F350 larIaT DUallY Black, 170,000 kms ..............$32,900 2008 ForD eSCaPe XlT Red, 57,258 kms..................................$17,900 2008 CheV SIlVeraDo lT Blue, 82,385 kms .............................$18,900 2008 JeeP lIBerTY lTD Black, 78,987 kms, leather...................$22,900 2008 CheV SIlVeraDo lT 2500 60,821 kms..............................$29,900 2007 DoDge raM SPorT reg CaB White, 48,382 kms ...........$17,900 2006 JeeP lIBerTY lTD Red, 101,000 kms ................................$12,900 2006 DoDge DaKoTa CreW CaB Grey, 76,000 kms ................$15,900

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TRUCKS

2007 Dodge 1/2 4x4 ......................................................................... $12,000 2006 Dodge 1/2 4x4 ......................................................................... $10,000 2006 Chevy 15 passenger van........................................................ $12,000 2005 15 Passenger Van 153,000 kms............................................. $13,000 2005 Chevy Uplander 7 Passenger Van .......................................... $5,500

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RVs/CampeRs/TRaileRs FOR SALE: 1992 Citation 26 ft. 5th Wheel. In immaculate condition. Hard wall sides, rubber roof, air conditioner, power jacks, awning. Always stored inside for winters. A must-see unit and reasonably priced. Phone: 306-5450403. FOR SALE: 2003 Winnebago 31 ft. Class C Motorhome, 12. ft. slide-out, walk-around bed, light plant. Mint condition. Loaded, with many extras. Sleeps 8. Phone 306-634-3988.

Career OppOrtunities

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HEAVY EQUIPMENT REPAIR in Slave Lake, Alber ta requires heavy duty mechanic and industrial parts person. Experienced apprentices may apply. Call Herb 780-849-0416. Fax resume to 780-849-4453. PROFESSIONAL SALES CONSULTANTS required. Be a part of Central Alberta’s largest volume Ford dealer. We offer a competitive pay plan with aggressive bonus structures, vehicle allowance and Central Alberta’s largest inventory of new and used vehicles. Relocation assistance and salary guarantee available to the right candidate. If you are looking to be part of our winning team: Please forward your resume: Attention: Dean Brackenbury, GSM. Email: d-brack8@dealeremail.com. Fax 780-352-0986. Toll free 1-800232-7255. Seasonal full time truck driver and/or general labourer required for the 2012 season. Successful applicant must hold a valid 1A license. Competition closes June 8, 2012. Contact RM of Longlaketon No. 219 for complete details: 306939-2144 or email: rm219@sasktel.net Taber Times/Vauxhall Advance Is seeking an Editor to lead a three-person newsroom. Candidate must be able to multi-task, produce a quality newspaper and maintain online presence. Send covering letter and resume to: Coleen Campbell, Publisher Email: ccampbell@abnewsgroup.com Deadline Thursday, May 31. TABER TIMES/Vauxhall Advance is seeking an editor to lead a three-person newsroom. Candidate must be able to multitask, produce a quality newspaper and maintain online presence. Send covering letter and resume to: Coleen Campbell, Publisher. Email: ccampbell@abnewsgroup.com. Deadline Thursday, May 31. EXPERIENCED WINCH TRACTOR and Bed Truck Drivers for drilling, rig moving trucking company. Phone, fax, email or mail. Email: rigmove@telus.net. Phone 780-842-6444. Fax 780-842-6581. H & E Oilfield Services Ltd., 2202 1 Ave., Wainwright, AB, T9W 1L7.

General employment HELP WANTED!!! Make up to $1000 a week mailing brochures from home! Helping Home-workers since 2001! Genuine Opportunity! No experience required. Start Immediately! www.MailingBrochures.NET INTERIOR HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR SCHOOL Sites in Alberta & B.C. Hands on real world machine training. NO Simulators. Start any Monday. Funding Options. www.IHESchool.com 1-866-399-3853 TDL GROUP CORP o/a Tim Hortons, 400 King St. E, Estevan, SK. Hiring Food Counter Attendants. Full Time/Shift Work. $11.01/hr. + Benefits. E-mail resume to: recruitmentcanada@ timhortons.com Or Fax resume to: (403) 2037430. WORK OPPORTUNITIES Plus Travel, Hotel Jobs in England. Childcare positions in United States, China, New Zealand, Australia, Spain, and Holland plus more. Teach in South Korea. Accommodations & Salary Provided. Various Benefits. Apply: 902-422-1455 E-mail info@scotia-personnel-ltd.com

• Many people have sent in the tip to use two bowls, one larger than the other, to serve cold salads at picnics. You add a few cups of crushed ice to the larger bowl, then nestle the smaller bowl into it, making it “chilled.” In any case, remember: Don’t leave food out longer than two hours. • If you’re planning food platters for your barbecue, consider making several smaller platters instead of one large dish. The large ones are harder to store when you prep beforehand, but a better reason is that the items will not go stale/too warm/ too cold quite as fast, and it’s easy to switch out plates throughout the party. • “Using plastic cups for a crowd? Remember to put out a permanent marker, colorful rubber bands or some other way to mark each person’s glass. It’s sometimes hard to keep track when they all look the same.” -- C.L. in Pennsylvania • “Purchase a small cooler to use for large quantities of side dishes. I have a cooler advertised as fitting a six-pack of drinks, but it’s perfect for holding macaroni salad at our summer beach gatherings with family. I do not use it for anything else, and it retains its cold temperature despite the heat (when everyone remembers to keep the lid closed, of course).” -- R.R. in South Carolina • “For serving utensils used during picnic lunch, I have two large zip-top plastic bags. I label them ‘clean’ and ‘dirty.’Anything used to touch raw meat goes in the ‘dirty.’ And serving spoons that can be used again to serve are in ‘clean.’” -- M.A. in Arizona Send your tips to Now Here’s a Tip, c/o King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475 or e-mail JoAnn at heresatip@yahoo. com. (c) 2012 King Features Synd., Inc.


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Blue Jays move some pieces around National TORONTO - The Toronto Blue Jays have sent struggling first baseman Adam Lind to the minors. The Jays demoted Lind to triple-A Las Vegas and promoted catcher Yan Gomes. Lind is batting just .186 with six doubles, three home runs and 11 RBI in 34 games. The six-foot-two, 212-pounder has just six hits in 13 games this

month. Gomes meanwhile is batting .359 with 12 doubles, five home runs and 22 RBI in Las Vegas. Gomes, who is set to become the first Brazilian born player to appear in a major league game, has also played at first and third base this season. *** HELSINKI - For a third straight year, Canada is making an early exit from the IIHF World

Hockey Championship. Michal Handzus tipped in a shot with 2:32 to play in regulation as Slovakia eliminated Canada with a 4-3 quarter-final victory Thursday. The goal came just five seconds after Canadian captain Ryan Getzlaf was given a questionable five-minute major for kneeing Juraj Mikus. Getzlaf said he thought it was a clean check.

Plan now for emergencies Q: I wanted to write and remind your readers to have a plan in place in case of natural disasters. I live in a hurricaneprone area, so I keep what I call a “hurricane kit” ready at all times. It’s stocked with first-aid supplies, food, water and other items that I can grab and throw into the car in case my family needs to evacuate. I also know the location of important papers so I can grab those, too. And I reserved a corner of my garage to store post-hurricane supplies like tarps, a generator and basic tools. I learned to do all this several years ago when a Category 3 hurricane passed through my town, but not until after the storm. Now I’m prepared before the storm. -- Curtis F., Orlando A: Thanks for reminding us all, Curtis! Organization is key to surviving during and after a natural disaster, fire or other calamity. Here are a few tips to keep in mind: --Prepare your family

for the most likely scenario depending on your geographic location: hurricane, tornado, blizzard, wildfire, flood or other event. --Learn about and prepare for household emergencies, including fire, a gas leak, carbon monoxide leak, etc. --Create an escape plan and rehearse it with your family. --Create an evacuation kit that includes important papers, food, water, first aid, blankets and other essential items. --Include pets in your plans! Add pet food and medicines to your evacuation kit, along with a copy of their vaccination record and license. And keep their carry crate accessible. --If you must shelter

in place during a disaster, designate your home’s safe spot (basement, central room, closet or bathtub, for example), and make sure everyone knows to get there quickly. --Create a post-disaster supply stash that includes several tarps (to cover damaged roof areas or create temporary shelter), a generator, canned foods, water and first aid, and store in a reinforced area if possible. Store gasoline away from the house at all times. HOME TIP: The University of Missouri offers a free disaster plan template. Download it here: http:// extension.missouri.edu/p/ EMW1011 Send your questions or tips to ask@thisisahammer.com, or write This Is a Hammer, c/o King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 328536475. (c) 2012 King Features Synd., Inc.

Disney cookie jar Q: I have a “Lady and the Tramp” Siamese cat cookie jar that was made in 2004. I understand it has increased in value and wonder if you can give me an idea of how much. I seem to remember paying about $25 for it originally. -- Sue, Camden, Ohio A: Remember the names of the cats? Si and Am. Your cookie jar was in a limited issue of 250 and is worth $200, according to “The Official Price Guide to Disney Collections” by Ted Hake (House of Collectibles, $29.95). *** Q: Is there someone near me who can help me appraise my mother’s dishes. They are approximately 80 years old, clear glass with an etched pattern. Can you help me? -- Nora, Albuquerque, N.M. A: I think your dishes are probably pieces of a Depression glass pattern. There are several excellent guides you can use to see if you can find your particular pattern. One of my favorite references

is “Warman’s Depression Glass: Identification and Price Guide” by Ellen T. Schroy and published by Krause (www. krause.com). This guide has most of the patterns issued, is fully illustrated and easy to navigate. I think the prices listed accurately reflect the marketplace. Keep in mind that values change from region to region. For example, Coors pottery brings a much higher price in Colorado than it does in Vermont. If you would rather hire the services of an appraiser, there are several in the Albuquerque area, including Phyllis Thunborg (502-8980863) and Suzanne Staley (888-758-1118). Check out Staley’s Website at www. suzannestaley.com. If you use an appraiser, you should expect to pay for this service. ***

Q: I bought a corner castiron table a number of years ago for $75. It has dragon feet, and I bought it because I thought it was unique. I am enclosing a picture of it and would like to know the age of this table. -- Lela, Godfrey, Ill. A: Without actually being able to examine this table, I can only venture a guess. It appears to reflect the styles of the 1920s and ‘30s. To find out for certain, you need to contact a dealer or appraiser in your area. Write to Larry Cox in care of King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475, or send e-mail to questionsforcox@aol.com. Due to the large volume of mail he receives, Mr. Cox is unable to personally answer all reader questions. Do not send any materials requiring return mail. (c) 2012 King Features Synd., Inc.

*** CALGARY - Jessica Zelinka won’t be under the same pressure as other Canadian athletes at next month’s Olympic track and field trials in Calgary. But the heptathlete plans to move out of her Calgary home while she’s competing. Zelinka wants to avoid distractions and concentrate on her seven events over two days. “This year, I’m going to go into a hotel I think so I don’t have to worry about my daughter’s naps and her eating,” Zelinka explained Wednesday. “Going to a hotel will at least give me that time and space to prepare for competition.” The trials will be held June 27-30 at Foothills Athletic Park, where Zelinka trains. The London, Ont., athlete lives in Calgary with husband and water polo player Nathaniel Miller and their daughter Anika, who is about to turn three.

International OKLAHOMA CITY Oklahoma City police say at least eight people were shot late Monday blocks from Chesapeake Energy Arena after the NBA playoff game between the Thunder and the Los

Angeles Lakers. Capt. Dexter Nelson said some scuffles broke out in a crowd of people walking east toward the Bricktown district, a popular nightlife area. “Some girls got into it with a group of guys, and the guys opened fire on the women,” Nelson said. He said the shooting occurred at 11:35 p.m. Police know of at least eight people wounded in the incident, but Nelson did not have information on their ages or genders. He said one victim was in critical condition while the others sustained non life-threatening injuries. *** OSTRAVA, Czech Republic - Usain Bolt will try to improve his season best in the 100 metres on Friday in his first race on the European continent ahead of the London Olympics. The Jamaican sprinter, who won three gold medals at the Beijing Olympics four years ago, clocked 9.82 on May 5 in Kingston, Jamaica. “I would definitely like to run faster ... probably 9.7 would be good for me,” Bolt said Tuesday after he arrived in Ostrava for the Golden Spike meet.

Bolt will also compete in Diamond League meets in Rome on May 31 and Oslo, Norway, on June 7 before returning to Jamaica for the national trials. He plans to be back in Europe to run in the 200 at the Diamond League meet in Monaco on July 20, his last race before the London Olympics. *** HARRISBURG, Pa. The June child sex-abuse trial of former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky will not be delayed, a judge ruled Monday. The one-sentence order by Judge John Cleland did not explain his reasons, but it means the case will very likely begin with jury selection inside a central Pennsylvania courthouse in barely two weeks. Sandusky lawyer Joe Amendola had asked for the delay on May 9, arguing that he needed more time to find and interview witnesses, and that pending criminal charges against two Penn State administrators made them unavailable as witnesses. He said without the delay, he was concerned he would not be able to represent Sandusky effectively and adequately.

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES Holy Family Roman Catholic Separate School Division No. 140 Applications are being accepted for the following position:

Temporary Part-Time Caretaker (50%) St. Mary’s School, Estevan, SK. For full details on this position go to:

permanent full-time employment

Prepare & cook pizzas, salads, sandwiches as ordered. Set up & stock line to maintain proper levels of ingredients required. Train new staff. Use proper weights & measurements to make/prepare consistent product. Clean equipment & clean line & work area as required. Must be available to work until midnight. $13.00 per hour permanent full time available. Apply in person with resume to

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FOOD SERVICE WORKERS We are accepting resumes for part & full time positions. Duties include: Food preparation, stock and inventory, serving customers, some baking, making sandwiches, operate cash register and be able to give proper change as well as general cleaning and equipment maintenance

Starting wage - $11.01/hr. If you are interested in joining our team apply in person with resume or call: Margaret - Subway 517 - 4th Street, Estevan • 634-6616

Lavoie Mobile Cleaning is currently accepting resumes for the following positions:

• Vacuum Truck Operator • Steamer Swamper Both positions require the following:

• Class 1A or 3A drivers licence with good drivers abstract • H2S Alive, First Aid/CPR and Confined Space Entry (only for Steamer Swamper position)

Wage negotiable depending on experience and qualifications. Benefits package offered after 3 months. Email resume to: brad.lmc@sasktel.net OR fax to: 306-634-1210.

Pratts Food Service, Western Canada’s fastest growing family owned and operated broad line distributor, supplying restaurants, hotels and institutions, requires a sales professional to maintain and continue to grow our business in Estevan and surrounding area. Selection priority will be given to those applicants who have a minimum 3 to 5 years Food Service experience in such areas as food service sales, Chef, front of house manager and restaurant owner. You must also be self motivated, goal oriented and dedicated to customer service. Computer knowledge is required. Overnight travel maybe required. Excellent compensation package to include salary, commission, car allowance, etc. Only successful applicants will be contacted. Please forward resumes to:

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TOWER CAFÉ Help wanted for 5 food and beverage servers. Full time permanent employment to serve food, greet customers, present menu and bill. Salary $11.00 per hour. Previous experience preferred but not required. Contact Pete at 634-2220 or apply with resume in person.

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CARPENTER/CONCRETE FOREMAN Territory Manager

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Kelly Panteluk Construction Ltd. has two

Administrative Assistant

positions available in Estevan, Sk. KPCL is looking for self-motivated, organized, and conscientious people who pay attention to detail and are willing to follow directions accurately. Some office work may be required on jobsites near Estevan. Temporary and full time positions are available for local residents. Accounts Payable, Data Entry, Excel and Word experience is necessary. A valid driver’s license is also required. KPCL offers competitive wages, with overtime paid after forty hours per week. Forward your resume, complete with references to: elly@kpcl.sk.ca Attention: Elly Panteluk No phone calls please.

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Big on Career Satisfaction. Big Country Energy Services LP is a premier pipeline and facility construction company servicing western Canada, and we’re opening our doors to exciting new career opportunities in our Estevan division. Built on the foundations of safety, quality and teamwork, Big Country understands that people and commitment to the community are the most important parts of our business. If you desire a rewarding career you can be proud of – then look our way. We’re currently building our team with dedicated and innovative professionals, who will prosper with us and share our focus of dynamic customer service.

Field Safety Advisor Possessing vision, drive and discipline, your role will be to effectively champion our safety programs in order to maintain and improve upon our best-in-class safety performance. Embracing a mentorship role, you are able to lead and guide employees on company and industry specific safety policies and procedures. You will be responsible for gaining safety compliance on the jobsite, reviewing and maintaining policies and procedures, advising on proper completion of all legislated paperwork, conducting inspections and audits, facilitating incident investigations and managing WCB claims. As our ideal candidate for this position you will possess a minimum two years proven proficiency in the safety advisory field, supplemented by previous experience in pipeline and facility construction. You demonstrate an above-average understanding of WCB principles, provincial and federal legislation, and industry best practices. Delivery of orientation and in-house safety training is required – a current NCSO or CRSP with trainer certifications is a definite asset. You have exceptional organization, analytical and investigative skills, and the ability to effectively communicate on all levels. Solid decision making and problem solving skills are vital – and the ability to work under pressure in a fast-paced environment and meet deadlines is essential.

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Peavey Mart’s Opportunity We are looking for an enthusiastic Store Manager who has the initiative and ability to grow with us, has a passion for retail and a winning attitude in our Estevan Store. As the Manager, you will be responsible for creating and maintaining a positive shopping experience for our customers that builds Peavey’s image and achieves goals. What it takes • Proven leadership skills • 1-3 years experience in a supervisory role in a retail environment • Ability to develop a team in a diverse work environment • Proven communication, and organizational skills • Understanding of margins, pricing and inventory levels • Past experience with merchandising and product presentation • Excellent work ethic and bondable • Commitment to OH&S program and employee safety • RCMP/Background record check required A non-profit youth development The Perks 4-H Saskatchewan program helping • Competitive wage and bonusisbased on store sales performance a non-profit Saskatchewan • Discount on all Peavey’s versatile consumer goods youth aged youth development • Competitive Health Benefits including Dental, Medical, program helping 6 to 21 get Prescription Drug Plan and even a Health Care Spending Account Saskatchewan a head start on • Company sponsored, self directed matching at youthRRSP aged plan, RRSP success since 1917. 6 to 21 get year 5 Find out more: a head on • Opportunities for Advancement andstart Training www.4-H.sk.ca success since 1917. or (306) 933-7727 To apply please email resumes to: Find out more: Gerry Forget New members, clubs www.4-H.sk.ca and volunteer leaders Area Manager are always welcome! or (306) 933-7727 Peavey Industries gerryf@peaveyind.com New members, clubs and volunteer leaders

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Keneco is a fully integrated environmental service company which provides exemplary service to the upstream oil and gas industry throughout western Canada. Since its inception in 1994, Keneco has established itself as a proven leader in the environmental industry offering services from regional locations throughout Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia. Keneco is comprised of a highly skilled management team and experienced staff who provide incomparable service in drilling waste management, reclamation /remediation, environmental assessments, site investigations and environmental management services. Keneco Environmental Services (2000) Inc. requires the following;

Environmental Field Technicians – Consultant Positions Location: Weyburn / Estevan Saskatchewan Keneco Environmental requires Drilling Waste Disposal Technicians. Knowledge in applicable regulatory guidelines and legislation is preferred. Waste disposal technician duties will include A non-profit drilling fluid sampling, testing and disposal coordination. Candidates will be required to represent youth development Keneco during discussions with landowners, agents of regulators, and representatives of Keneco’s program helping A non-profit customers. Successful candidates will have a working knowledge of computers and possess a Saskatchewan science related degree or diploma. Position a willingness to travel. Experience is an asset youthrequires development but not required. youth aged A non-profit program helping

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THE TRADER EXPRESS, FRIDAY, MAY 25, 2012

EMPLOYMENT

For more information on the positions below visit

www.cornerstonesd.ca SEIU 56 ASSOC 60

Permanent Full-Time Caretaker Estevan Comprehensive, Estevan, SK Summer Students (2) Estevan and Area Schools, Estevan, SK

Temporary Full Time Position Smile Services Inc. is in the process of hiring a candidate to fill a temporary full time position for 37.5 hours/week. The successful candidate will be required to administer the Acquired Brain Injury Independent Living Program, which includes working with clients in the program. Qualifications: Applicants must clearly demonstrate their relevant work experience and education in the area of Acquired Brain Injuries. Preferences may be given to a candidate possessing post secondary education in a related field, such as occupational therapy. Must have a valid driver’s license and be able to drive into the rural area. Must be in possession of a Police Record Check. Please forward resume to the manager: SMILE Services Inc. 1201 - 2nd Street Estevan, SK, S4A 0M1 Fax: 306 634 8535 Application Deadline is May 31, 2012 at 4:00 pm

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Permanent Full-Time Penta Completions requires a

Warehouse/Yard Assistant for our Estevan operation. Duties Include

• Shipping & Receiving • Inventory control • Invoicing • Some on call work is required

Requirements

• Valid Class 5 drivers licence • Computer experience would be an asset • Successful candidate will earn a current WHMIS and TDG certicate

Submit resume including references to: Penta Completions Supply & Services Ltd. 58 Devonian Street P.O. Box 667 Estevan, Sk. S4A 2A6 Fax: 1-306-634-6989 or Email: lhaukeness@pentarods.com

Certified Energy Services is looking for experienced service rig personnel

Positions Available: driller derrick hand floor hands

Join a small locally owned and operated company that will value and reward your efforts and contributions. Become a key element of a growing company and be rewarded with growing opportunities. Certified Energy Services is 100% committed to its employee’s health, safety and well-being

Wages negotiable and comprehensive benefits package To apply: Phone: (306) 471-7799 Or Fax to: (306) 634-3636 Mail resume to: Po Box 1720 estevan, sk s4a 1c8 Or email to: dave.odgers@certifiedenergy.ca

Shaw Earth Moving is a family owned business in South East Saskatchewan. Shaw Earth Moving offers an array of equipment and services that caters to both the needs of Oilfield construction and RM road building. We are a diverse company looking to hire heavy equipment operators and 1A operators for both divisions. We offer competitive wages based on experience and ability. Safety tickets and training are an asset but not crucial. As well as competitive wages we offer a group benefit plan. We are now accepting applications for the following positions:

Cat Operators, Grader Operators, Track Hoe Operators, Scraper Operators, Tandem Gravel Truck (3A), Heavy Equipment Haulers (1A) Please fax or email resumes to:

306.685-2267 rhonda.shaws@sasktel.net

Has an opening in their

Production Department The Estevan Mercury requires a full time ad builder in their production department for two maternity leave positions. Applicants must be able to multi-task in a fast paced, deadline driven environment, He/she must be a team player with an eye for detail. Knowledge of Mac Computers and Adobe Creative Suite is an asset, but we are willing to train the right applicant. The position is Monday to Friday during business hours. Our company offers a health benefit package. Please mail or e-mail resume to:

Melanie Tribiger, Production Manager prepress@estevanmercury.ca The Estevan Mercury Box 730 Estevan, SK., S4A 2A6

Journeymen Electricians and Apprentices PowerTech Industries Ltd. in Estevan is seeking Journeymen Electricians and Apprentices for work in the Estevan and Carnduff areas. Experience: Safety Certificates are needed. 1st Aid/CPR, H2S. Applicants must have a valid driver’s license. Full benefits packages and RSP plan. Duties: Day to day electrical construction and maintenance in the oilfield. Wage/Salary Info: Depending on experience & qualifications. To Apply: Fax: (306) 637-2181, e-mail sschoff.pti@sasktel.net or drop off resume to 62 Devonian Street, Estevan, SK.

Boundary Dam Mine Sherritt Coal is Canada’s largest thermal coal producer, with nine surface mines in the provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan. Producing more than 94% of the thermal coal produced in the country, Sherritt currently supplies domestic utilities and international companies with fuel for electricity generation. Boundary Dam Mine has an immediate opening for an:

Administrative Assistant

The position is a temporary full time position. Sherritt Coal offers competitive wages. Interested candidates should email or fax a resume and cover letter. E-mail: careers.BDMandBFT@sherrittcoal.com Fax: 306-634-7058. Applications may also be submitted in writing to: Human Resources, Sherritt Coal, Boundary Dam Mine, Box 3000, Estevan, SK S4A 2W2

We thank all candidates for their applications, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

CAREER OPPORTUNITY Penta Completions requires a

Field Service Tech for our Estevan operation.

Applicants should possess oil well operation knowledge, related industry service experience or technical certicates and practical experience. You should possess good communication skills, organizational, problem-solving skills and be able to work in a team environment. Computer experience would be an asset. Duties to include dynamometer data collection, analysis, optimization, rod string design, sucker rod eld service tech, installation and servicing of oil well automation and variable frequency drives. We offer a competitive salary plus eld bonus & service vehicle. Penta is an industry leader in all aspects of rod pumping sales, applications, analysis and automation. This is an opportunity for the right individual to acquire skills and knowledge to enhance their qualications in technical eld service. Please forward resumes via e-mail, fax or in person. Qualied applicants will be contacted for interviews.

Penta Completions Supply & Services Ltd. 58 Devonian Street P.O. Box 667 Estevan, Sk. S4A 2A6 Attention: Lyle Haukeness Fax: 1-306-634-6989 Email: lhaukeness@pentarods.com


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