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Intersection Project put on hold

submission for the project had is completed. The land owner is been turned down, council had currently negotiating a compenapproved $650,000 in their 2014 sation option with town adminbudget to go ahead with the im- istration. Jack Miner rolls at Feeder The Drainage Engineers report provements as a standalone projSchool Soccer tourney ect. Stantec Consulting complet- needs to establish apportioned Page Eleven ed the intersection and drainage assessment and benefits for land design engineering, specifications taken and putting the project on By L.G. Karry The Graham Sideroad and and tender as required, but only hold would give the engineer the Road 3 East Intersection Im- one contractor answered the call time needed to finalize the report. “There’s no secret about Plancke also believes that retenprovements have been put on for the tender. success. Did you ever know a Plancke outlined a number of dering the project at the beginhold until 2015. successful man who didn’t tell The intersection improvements other factors which led to his ning of 2015 will result in more are needed due to an increased recommendation to retender the contractor interest. He said that you about it?” RIVERSIDE 1 has “when the Town volume of traffic and concerns project in 2015. Negotiations for historically –Kin Hubbard SHORELINE regarding the safety and stability land conveyance needed for the tendered during this time, pricing Augustof26, Stanton - 6x34was reduced as most contractors project on Construction the southeast corner the 2014 intersection. resulted in the required would explore (the) opportuniA report by the Director of have not Rita Tom Municipal Services, Andrew land conveyance as the owner is ty as a first project” for the new This proof is for typographical errors and omissions. Please double check all dates, names, email and web addresses for accuracy. Once you sign off on this artwork, citingboxperpetual lost cropto your proyear. He also noted that “in-water Plancke, explained whythe client the approval any errors become the responsibility of the client. Please check carefully and initial prior to returning this proof sales rep. project is being put on hold. He duction and a logistics issue with construction work is restricted said that even though a grant the corner once reconstruction between March 15th-June 30th”


and voiced the hope that if the winter is not too severe, that work could be done before the March 15th date. Councillor Gord Queen made a motion to go with Plancke’s recommendation that all unspent funds remaining in the budget be transferred to a reserve account for the project for use in 2015, and that the project be retendered when outstanding items had been addressed. Seconded by Councillor Beth Riddiford, the motion was passed. The tender received by the town has remained unopened. $52,000 has been accrued against the project currently. Both Union Gas and Bell Canada have relocated infrastructure to make way for the improvements.



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Cottam Stormwater Study given go-ahead

By L.G. Karry

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Mayors call for immediate action to keep drinking water safe in the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence

The report revealed that the RFP process came Cottam is situated at an in at $55,000 plus HST. protect Great Lakes and the federal government’s Toledo water apex where stormwater CrozierBaird Engineers The additional funds St. Lawrence residents response to the threat flows to the north, west will complete the will be derived from crisis a ‘wake from the kind of threat of microcystin toxins in and south from the Cottam Stormwater the operational budget that recently closed down Lake Erie. up call’ centre of the urban area. Study. The firm won relating to storm sewers Toledo’s drinking water “The microcystin All of the storm sewers out over five other and professional fees. system, ” said Mayor toxin as seen in Kingsville Mayor in the settlement area engineering firms. Each The Study is being Rahm Emanuel. “This Toledo’s drinking water Nelson Santos joined eventually outlet into firm submitted a Request undertaken due to situation cannot and will represents a significant other officials Wednesday municipal drains which for Proposal (RFP) basement flooding events not be tolerated as the public health threat, in calling for immediate serve the surrounding which was reviewed and in the urban settlement new normal. ” ” said Racine Mayor action to ensure water agricultural area. “independently scored” area during intense The summit, hosted John Dickert, chair of in the Great Lakes and According to Gabriele, on criteria defined in the storm events. According by Mayor Emanuel and the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River currently there appears Proposal. Scores ranged to a report prepared by the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Cities remains clean and safe for to be areas “experiencing from 74.9% to 88.7%. Corrie Gabriele, Manager St. Lawrence Cities Initiative. “Mayors drinking. chronic surcharge due to CrozierBaird got the of Municipal Services, Initiative, brought will work with federal, At the Mayors Drinking a lack of capacity in the high score, beating out “The Study will provide together twenty U.S. state and provincial Water Summit, Chicago receiving drains”. She the next highest by 2.1%. a high level overview of and Canadian mayors authorities, agricultural RIVERSIDE 1 Mayor Rahm Emanuel SHORELINE said that investigation They are enlisting the the areas of concern in and leading experts interests, residents and and fellow Great Lakes is warranted to Kingsville see if services of Gerard Rood the existing stormwater in drinking water businesses to ensure that September 30, 2014 Town of 2x130 and St. Lawrence Cities the bottleneck in the Engineering Inc. network at the present and environmental everyone is doing their Initiative mayors from Cindy existing stormRita sewers The Cottam Stormwater time and for the protection. Topics of part to eliminate this across the United States is email caused issues Study was approved anticipated development discussion included threat to Great Lakes This proof is for typographical errors and omissions. Please double check all dates, names, and webby addresses for accuracy. Once you sign off on this artwork, and Canada called for any errors responsibility check carefully initial thesuch client approval boxundersized prior to returning this proof to your sales rep. threats to drinking as age, in the become 2014 the Budget forof theofclient. thePlease remainder ofand the drinking water.” Final Approval ASAP ADVERTISING PROOF immediate action to water, with a particular Following expert infrastructure, or $50,000. Costs through Cottam Settlement area.” protect the Great Lakesr KINGSVILLE EXTRA 2 r PROFESSIONAL REAL ESTATE GUIDE 4 r KINGSVILLE REPORTER Proof # ______ focus on the causes of presentations and ininadequate controls and St. Lawrence River the Toledo drinking depth deliberations, the during the development Publication Date: Client: CLIENT APPR as a source of drinking 2021 Division Road North Sept 30, 2014 water shut MAXENE down. The mayors called for action: of the contributing water for over 40 million Kingsville, Ontario N9Y 2Y9 Typesetter: Accountwere Rep: joined by mayors By USEPA to establish drainageROXANN area. Phone: (519) 733-2305 people. Kathy U.S. Environmental a common limit and Council confirmed Fax: (519) 733-8108 “Today, my fellow This proof is for typographical errors and omissions. Please double check all dates, names, email and web addresses for accuracy. Once you signAgency off on the Protection (EPA) anPOSTMEDIA/ emergency community response her recommendation to artwork, any errors become the responsibility of the client. Pleasemayors I stand united check carefullyand and initial the client approval box prior to returning this proof to your sales rep. Administrator Gina protocol for microcystin engage CrozierBaird for in our call for more, THE CORPORATION OF THE McCarthy, who explained in drinking water for the Study. better and faster action to TOWN OF KINGSVILLE the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence region; Part-Time Maternity Leave Replacement By Great Lakes states to Office Support Employee establish a phosphorus Maxene Len open lake water quality Guerrieri Filiault standard; The requirements of the position include: Sales Representative Sales Representative By agriculture to further 519-791-3640 ERIE SHORES REALTY INC. BROKERAGE 519-890-5045 u Operating in a computerized office Independently Owned & Operated reduce the runoff from 519-733-8411 farms into Lake Erie, environment the applicant must have including better nutrient knowledge of computer software management and (i.e. Microsoft Office Programs), 26 CLARK ST. COTTAM application of the ‘4R Keyboarding, File Management and Nutrient Stewardship’ $194,500 Telephone Reception experience program; Join us to view this just listed, u Good organizational and communication RIVE spacious bi-level. Features include By municipalities skills SHO large open foyer, Kitchen, sepato further reduce u Experience in cash handling and rate dining room, living room, 3+1 Sept 30 2014 Sandy McIntyre - 3x60 phosphorus loadings Bedrooms, 1.5 baths, bright family front-line customer service work will be through more green room with Gas FP. Bonus 4 season Cindy Rita an asset infrastructure, better sunroom faces fully fenced for rear This proof is for typographical errors and omissions. Please double check all dates, names, email and web addresses accuracy.treatment Once you sign off on this artwork, u Minimum college diploma in Business or plant any errors become the responsibility of the client. Please check carefully and initialyard. the client approval box prior to returning this proof to your sales rep. Office Administration operations, and pollution Call for more prevention measures. Maxene or Len for details. “We receive most Work performed in an office environment for of our water in the St. a maximum 24 hours per week at the Parks Lawrence River from and Recreation Department Arena Complex. the Great Lakes,” said Some work hours will be during the weekend. Québec City Mayor Mar and Québec Metropolitan If you are interested in this position, please Community Tom President pick up an application package from the Town Régis Labeaume, “With This proof is for typographical errors an of Kingsville Municipal Office located at 2021 any errors become the responsibility shared responsibility forof Division Road North, Kingsville, Ontario or these waters, Canadian through the Town’s website at Continued on Page Four Applications must be received no later than 4:30 p.m. on Friday, October 10, 2014.


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Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board candidates

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Mary DiMenna seeks return to Trustee seat

girls in university and was with Cardinal Carter Council meetings and always involved in their and Villanova Secondary love visiting my schools,” school lives.” she said. “Schools are Schools,” she said of her During her time as Park recent time at the National willing to move the Superintendent, Marian Park. “The students gather meetings around my worked closely with the seeds in the fall, grow schedule. The only time local school Boards and them and replant them I miss a meeting is if it developed programming in the spring. It’s all very conflicts with a Board that complemented the hands on and really got matter. We have great curriculum. She has the students involved.” staff and administration Mary DiMenna worked closely with staff within the Board that put As Trustee, Marian states is seeking a fourth and students in the park that she will continue student needs first.” consecutive term as the and is ready to use her to work closely with Added Mary, “There’s local Trustee for the expertise in the next stage the schools and various a lot of opinion about Windsor-Essex Catholic of her life. the Catholic system, but community partnerships. District School Board. “We have been working there’s a need and parents As for strengths, Marian The area includes five on a restoration project want the option of a faithContinued on Page Four elementary schools and based system.” one high school in Essex, On the positive side, Harrow, Kingsville and Mary stated that recent Leamington. EQAO test results show that Trustees worked Mary was first elected that the WECDSB is closely with Provincially in 2003 and currently above the provincial appointed personnel serves as the Viceaverage in marks in grade who ran the day-to-day Chairperson of the 10 literacy and grade 9 operations. Board. Math. DiMenna stated that “I feel like I still have “Our grade three and there was a great deal of work to do,” said Mary Marian Stranak is six results are also above open dialogue between on why she is running. hoping to be the area’s the provincial average,” the Board and the “We have come a long new Trustee on the she added. “We are province, which helped way as a Board, but more Windsor-Essex Catholic seeing great success in improve the financial needs to be done. We District School Board. the classroom.” situation at the Board. now have a $10.7 million The Kingsville resident Mary is currently the Continuing on that track surplus. As Trustees, riverside recently retired SHORELINE as The Professional LaSalle Post Lakeshore News Estate Guide x shorel office manager atReal Jag is paramount and Mary we have made some Superintendent of Point RIVERSIDE 1 World Wide Imports. wants to be a part of the SHORELINE tough decisions, which Pelee National Park. Client: Corey Gosselin September 30, 2014 Publication Date: In her spare time, she ongoing improvements. included consolidating “I’ve always been Jan 21 2014 Southgate Residence enjoys going to dinner Mary states that she is schools.” in education,” Account Rep: Roxann Typesetter: involved Tom that Rita with friends, taking in extremely active and in Mary recognizes said Marian of years This proof is for typographical errors and omissions. Please double check all dates, names, email and web addresses for accuracy. Once you sign off on the movies volunteering touch with thosecheck in all her the proof WECDSB endured artwork, any errors become responsibility the client. Please check carefully and initial the client approval box prior to returning this proof to your sales re with the Point Pelee and This is for typographical errors and omissions. Please double dates, names, emailand and web addresses for accuracy. Oncethe you sign off onof this artwork, atclient theapproval Roma Club in thisits any errors become the responsibility client. Please check carefully and initial the box prior to returning proof to your sales rep. outreach some tough times of theriding. numerous Leamington. “I go to all the School in recent years, but programs. “I have two

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• Families: Ensuring Kingsville remains an affordable place to live and grow through fiscal responsibility where high quality services and programs continue to be offered. • Seniors: Understanding Kingsville is a growing retirement community and ensuring recreation, programs, and accessibility remain priorities. • Infrastructure: Keeping the future in mind and being proactive in our planning with a priority on drainage, roads and active transportation.


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Leah Swaddling celebrates nintieth birthday

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highlights programs such as the International Baccalaureate program offered at Assumption high school. “We have excellent programs in teaching young people how to be leaders and strong religion-based programming,” she said. With regards to challenges, Marian stated that the Board has made some progress dealing with the financial deficit, but more work needs to be done. As for winning the seat, The Professional Marian recognizes it’s Real Estate Guide Leah Swaddling celebrated her 90th birthday in style with an open house on Sunday a huge challenge trying afternoon. The well known lady, a long-time contributor to The Kingsville Reporter, was RIVERSIDE Dat to defeat aPublication long-time SHORELINE joined by many family and friends for the occasion. Leah turned 90 on September 21 trustee. and family organizedLions a special celebration last weekend. Pictured left, Leah enjoys a Sept 30, 2014 Kingsville - 2x56 Typesetter: “I’ve got to get my name dance with her brother to the sounds of ‘Lonesome Lefty & The Crying Shames’. At right, This proof issome for typog out there and get Cindy Rita artwork, any errors be holding an autographed picture sent to her by Alex Trebek, Leah is joined my several exposure,” said Marian. family members including many Once of her and great grandchildren. This proof is for typographical errors and omissions. Please double check all dates, names, email and web addresses for accuracy. you grandchildren sign off on this artwork, She has concerns any errors become the responsibility of the client. Please check carefully and initial the client approval box prior to returning this proof to your sales rep. The Great Lakes and St. “There is no simple or that sometimes voters Mayors single action alone that Lawrence Cities Initiative don’t take enough time Continued from Page 2 will eliminate this public ( is a to learn about who is cities stand as strong health threat but we binational coalition of 114 running to represent partners in cleaning up strongly believe this is mayors and other local them as Trustee. Lake Erie and protecting a fixable problem,” said officials representing over “I think people are the remaining Great Kingsville Mayor Nelson 17 million people, that ready for a change,” she Lakes from all threats to Santos. “Protecting our works actively with federal, continued. “I am ready our drinking water.” state, tribal, nation and Great Lakes and reducing to represent the people September 23, first 2014 Kingsville Fireof D governments these threats to our provincial Leamington, Kingsville, drinking waterTom requires all and other stakeholders to Essex and PeleeJoyce Island. I SPONSORED BY KINGSVILLE LIONS CLUB advance the protection, of our collective efforts to This proof is for typographical errors and omissions. Please double check all dates, names, and web addresses forto acc willemail always be available any errors become the responsibility of therestoration client. Please check and initial thevoters client approval box prior to returning andcarefully promotion reduce these phosphorous to listen and share loadings and improve the of the Great Lakes and St. ideas and questions.” Looking for a fun way to Lawrence River basin. water quality in our lakes. ” Marian and husband enjoy a little girl time? Lions Community Hall Brady Michaud have Plan a Mary Kay party! been married for 21 years Invite your girlfriends. 23 Mill Street West, Kingsville and have two daughters. RIVERSIDE Enjoy free makeovers.


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Harvest and Horses Festival at the John Park Homestead

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Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolf?

The Cast: 27 people vying for our vote The air is cool and The Play: Municipal Election 2014 crisp – it’s autumn and What is on the line: Entrusting seven people to make the it’s time to celebrate right choices for our community for the next four years. fall traditions and our area’s agricultural No municipal election has garnered such discussion, heritage. Visitors trepidation, confusion, and dare I say it—excitement to the John R. Park in my memory. That does not mean much, as I have a Homestead’s Harvest somewhat selective and at times dim memory—but this and Horses Festival on year there is a lot to think about when deciding who to Sunday, October 5th vote for and what they will bring to council chambers. will experience oldChoice can sometimes be overwhelming and the only fashioned fall merriment way to make an informed choice is to be informed. riverside Windsor Parent on the farm. Sounds simple doesn’t it? Of course, a lot of the onus SHORELINE LaSalle Post Lakeshore News x shoreline RIV Proof # 1 Magazine From Noon until 4pm, is on the candidates themselves and how they choose SHO area’s only 30, living to present themselves. Signs dot lawns; in fact there are Client: Trinity United Church BBQ 2014 te:theSeptember Client Approval: Aug 19-22 2014 Great Northern Insulation - 2x30 history agricultural multiple signs on many lawns adding a rather festive The Kingsville Seniors’ Group made donations of $1,000 to each of five groups last Account museum west of London Roxann note to the town. Some candidates are going door to Mary were made Cindy/L Lucy Thursday evening. TheRep: presentations as part of Royal Canadian Legion Week will errors hostand omissions. its popular door; some leave literature in our mailboxes; others graphical Please double check all dates, names, and web addresses for accuracy. Once youbehalf sign off on the at Branch 188 email in Kingsville. Carol Watson on of the group made presentations to This proof is for typographical errors and omissions. Please double check all dates, names, email and web addresses for accuracy. Once you sign off on this artwork, ecome the responsibility of the client. Please check carefully and initial the client approval box prior to returning this proof to your sales rep. POSTMEDIA/ community publishing Harvest and Horses various methods we rep. have at our Lynne Crawford of Branch 188,any John Ingratta ofresponsibility Leamington Memorial Hospital errors become the of theDistrict client. Please check carefully and initial thecommunicate client approval box via prior the to returning this proof to your sales Festival. “This event was fingertips—many taking to Facebook to get their message Dialysis Unit, Cheryl Deter of the Windsor-Essex Hospice Leamington Campus, Wayne launched last year as a across. And still others have taken the tact which I find Gunning of the Kingsville Historical Park, and Don Coghill of the Kingsville Goodfellows. combination of two of commendable and attend council meetings to see just Pictured, (left to right) are Lynne, Wayne, Don, Cheryl, John and Carol. Continued on Page Nine what they will be facing should they be elected. Photo by Steve I’Anson That so many are taking an interest in municipal politics is heartening. Civic pride is the backbone of local Trinity United Church politics. Being able to make decisions after deliberating 1005 Road 2 West, Kingsville (New California) on what is best for the community is a sacred and massive responsibility. Council chambers are not the RIVERSIDE 2 stage for dilettantes but for those who are diligent and SHORELINE Saturday, October 4, 2014 serious minded. 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FREE Not Wheelchair Accessible. a snapshot in time—and I am eagerly waiting to hear the voices behind the words at the first Candidates’ Night on 1.800.265.1914 Support persons for people with Special Needs - Half price. October 2nd. I may change my mind after hearing what they have to say. Prices in effect As I cover council on a regular basis, I have some until 1954 ~ …for FAMILY October 11, 2014 2014 insight into what makes a good mayor, deputy-mayor …for GOOD FOOD and councillor, but I find the one factor that is the most HOURS: Mon-Fri • 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. important is their heart. Sounds rather airy-fairy on Sat • 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. …for SAVINGS the surface, but a man or woman who has heart cares Closed Sunday about the community at large, but also each resident individually. A good council representative has empathy, compassion, sympathy, and sensitivity. 10 lbs. Beef Roasts 3 lbs. Stew Beef What am I looking for in a candidate? Someone who 8 lbs. Ground Beef 6 lb. 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A decision this past year by the current council of the Town of Kingsville was for this municipal election 17 Chestnut Street · Kingsville · Ontario · N9Y 1J9 voting solely by Internet P U BLISH ED EVE RY T UE SD AY and telephone. In my opinion this decision has definitely disenfranchised a significant portion of Publications Mail Registration Number 07903 the Town’ s eligible voters Yearly Subscription Rates: $41.95 • $53.55 (outside Essex County) HST incl. who normally exercise Newstand: $1.00 HST incl. International rates available upon request. their right to vote. Council members had a chance to revisit their decision when concerns were brought to their attention but in their overall wisdom administration · circulation decided to hold the line. Joyce Pearce · Administration · 519-733-2211 ext. 10 When this decision was made for Internet and Bob Thwaites · General Manager · 519-735-2080 ext. 123 telephone voting a survey was taken, in speaking with a number of people advertising only one resident has identified he answered Rita Sims · Sales Manager · 519-733-2211 ext. 23 this survey, and objected Kathy Mastronardi · Sales · 519-733-2211 ext. 26 to the method. Now having attended the open house and learning editorial that a 16 digit number will be required and that Nelson Santos · Editor · 519-733-2211 ext. 24 your birth date needs to be on file, concerns Steve I’Anson · Associate Editor · 519-733-2211 ext. 30 regarding internet and si’ phone method of voting is the main topic for many production residents. This is certainly Roxann Mailloux · Graphic Artist · 519-733-2211 ext. 28 interrupting the process of considering and voting for the best candidate. press Did the council of the day know that a 16 digit Dave Morton · Press Manager · 519-733-2211 ext. 25 number would be needed, that your birth date would be required and if it deadlines takes you longer than 20 minutes to finish voting Display ads · Fridays 4:30 pm on internet you will be Classifieds · Fridays 4:30 pm cut off and need to start again. Lack of privacy, letters to the editor not only birth date on The Kingsville Reporter welcomes your letters to the editor that are of file with the Town but in interest to our residents. However, we reserve the right to edit this manner of voting you for grammar, clarity and length or to reject letter over matters of birth date will be shared libel, legality, taste or style. Letters must be signed with a daytime with the company whose phone number of the writer attached. servers are in Toronto and Mailing address: interestingly the company Letters to the Editor · Kingsville Reporter is headquartered in Spain. 17 Chestnut St., Kingsville N9Y 1J9 At least the mail in voting or email: method was done locally and which I believe would have been beneficial to our local economy. Was there any discussion of the possibility of a large number of candidates running for council? This possibility has become a reality with 27 candidates on the ballot. The process of internet or We acknowledge the financial support of the Government of Canada phone voting might be an through the periodical Fund (CPF for our publishing activities. issue for an appropriate The contents of the paper are property of Postmedia Community Publishing and cannot be and accurate account a member of

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of number of votes for the best candidate or candidates. Certainly this was not brought forward when the demonstration of the proposed voting method was presented to Council. In fact having attended this particular meeting the demonstration failed 5 times and not withstanding these failures, Council directed it to proceed. Councils rational appears to have been based on a notion of embracing technology and reduction in election costs. I would ask “what cost” certainly we do not have the final numbers of the actual financial cost of the election, but there is a greater cost, your right to privacy and democracy. The introduction of voting solely by internet and telephone, now has introduced voter suppression of a large number of potential voters. There is the discussion that while this might encourage those that are tech savvy to vote but from the comments it has certainly discouraged a segment of our society who are not computer literate. The issue of voting via the telephone for councillors with a slate of 23 is a barrier to those in previous elections who acted on their right to vote and attempted to vote with understanding the issues and the candidates. As a result of the decisions made, there is a large population who normally vote with dedication will now have concerns of the difficulty they might face in voting. The available assistance to these voters would not have been required if other methods were available. Sincerely, Katherine Gunning Dear Editor: Given that Kingsville residents are faced with the massive challenge of sorting through a list of 23 Candidates for Council plus, 4 more for Mayor and Deputy Mayor, I felt it essential both for my own sake and, perhaps to assist those many people who continue to ask me about candidates, to undertake an analysis of all prospective Council candidates.

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Given that our municipal Council will bear full responsibility for the expenditure of our local tax dollars over the next 4 years and, in hopes that we will receive good municipal government and that our tax dollars are used efficiently and effectively, I took an initiative. I developed a series of 10 Questions and submitted them to all 23 candidates for Council and the four candidates form Mayor/ Deputy Mayor. For now, what I would like to do is to share my observations based upon replies received from Council candidates. Of the 23 Council Candidates who were sent the 10 Questions, 20 have responded. Using a spreadsheet, I charted the 20 Respondents replies to my 10 Questions. Then, having spent a portion of my original career marking assignments of thousands of University of Windsor Political Science students, I graded the answers and now offer my conclusions. You can make your own decisions as these are simply suggestions about those Candidates most likely to provide competent municipal leadership in Kingsville. I DO NOT and WILL NOT endorse candidates. These are suggestions about who should be considered. The 10 Questions ranged from: Basics such as: Your Qualifications? Your three Primary Policy concerns? To Your willingness to devote 40+ hours a week to Council business; and, most importantly some policy and knowledge questions. Policy questions included: the mobile sign mess; traffic chaos on Main Street East; and views on subsidization of the Carnegie Arts Centre. Knowledge questions related to the Ontario Municipal Performance Measurement Program (MPMP) (the most recent Report was table in Council on September 8th); the role of the Ontario Municipal Board; Debenture funding of new infrastructure projects; and, familiarity with Kingsville’s municipal budget. And, thus, fellow ratepayers here are (as they say at the Oscars) the

envelopes: Those Council Candidates who received a Grade of “A” or better include: Tony Gaffan and Thomas Neufeld. Those Council Candidates who received a Grade of “B” to “B+” include: Gary Bain, Susanne Coghill, John Driedger, Corey Gosselin, Ted Mastronardi, Sandy McIntyre, Larry Patterson and Tina Wells. Those Council Candidates who received a Grade of “C+” include: Ron Patrick, Derek Prowse and Doug Williams. Thus, of 23 Council Candidate, only 13 really look as if they are up to being entrusted with our future and our money. There were three complete failures. I do not regret dismissing the remaining 10 Candidates beyond the observation, first that those who chose not to respond to the 10 Questions thereby offered no basis whatsoever to base any judgment about their ability to serve the community. And of the remainder, among the replies were so many examples of those for whom you are left wondering, “what possibly could lead them to believe that they have the ability to take on a multi-million dollar municipal responsibility?” We have some extremely serious business to attend to on Election Day, October 27th. I cannot tell you how to vote–that is your responsibility. I can however, share my professional expertise and offer suggestions based upon firm analysis of a set of fair and comprehensive questions. I shall, naturally, keep my five preferred candidates to myself. It is up to you to determine from among those 13 suggested candidates, perhaps, the best five who reflect your vision of our community’s well-managed future and who, in your opinion, can do the job of representation effectively and with respect to those of us who ultimately pay the bills. Sincerely Lloyd Brown-John, Kingsville East

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New California News By Alice Keyes

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Farmers’ Market Extension Okayed

The 11 a.m. Sunday Luncheon was held at St. By L.G. Karry service at Trinity Church John’s Roman Catholic on September 28 was Church Hall in Woodslee. The Community Farmers’ Market is staying around led by the minister, Rev. *** one week longer than they originally proposed. Olav Kitchen, assisted Best wishes The areProfessional sent The original agreement the Post MarketLakeshore packing SHORELINE hadLaSalle New Real Estate Guide x by Charles Whittle who to Steven and Heather up on October 11th, but the town agreed to extend As we say goodbye to my favourite month of was the greeter, and by Cowell of Publication Tecumseh,Date: their licence another week in order to be part30th of the Client: Sept. 30, 2014 w September, we also say goodbye to some nice warm Barbara Keyes who was who are celebrating their Migration Festival celebration. weather. We look forward to the fall colours of the trees the Lay Reader. Ramie Account Rep: Wedding Anniversary A report by the Director of Corporate Services, RuthR Roxann Typesetter:on and flowers. Tytgat and Charles were September 30. Orton recommended that the licence be extended for This proof is for typographical errors and omissions. Please double check all dates, names, email and web address *** artwork, any errors become the responsibility of the client. Please check carefully and initial the client approval box in charge of the Offertory. *** one more week to take in Saturday, October 18th at I hear the Ruthven Apple Festival was a huge success. Margaret Pare played the Happy birthday to the behest of Cherrin Meleg, a representative of the It always is. organ and led the choir Melissa Cowell who Community Farmers’ Market. *** in the anthem “You Are celebrated on September Councillor Bob Peterson made a motion in support of Still no robins to look at to enjoy their colours. The Way.” The sermon 29, to Victoria Durward the recommendation and it was carried unanimously. *** topic was “Prayer.” on October 1, and to Ken Connell phoned to say they still have lots of *** Emily Rumbles who will hummingbirds at their feeders, and several orioles also. Trinity Church is celebrate on October 3 *** hosting a barbeque *** The fall colours of the many pots of mums are so roast beef/pork dinner A lovely open house beautiful everywhere we look. of on Saturday, October 4, was held at Church of the *** from 4:30 p.m.-7p.m. For Epiphany Hall on Sunday, Paul & Brenda Happy birthday to all my friends whose birthday is information, please call September 28 in honour in October. Bonnie at 519-733-2590. of Leah Swaddling, who Moore *** *** has turned 90 years My birthday party was a huge success. The weather Open House Former Kingsville young. The party was was balmy, my friends and family came out to help me resident Alan Bailey attended by many friends th celebrate my 90 birthday last Sunday. The Parish Hall Sunday, and his wife, Janette of and relatives who shared of the Anglican Church was filled with happy people Winnipeg recently visited this special birthday October 5, 2014 helping me to accept the fact that I am now 90 yearsSeptember 23, 2014 Kingsville Phys with relatives in the area. with Leah. Her children old. I still feel the same, happy and thankful for the 2:00 - 5:00 p.m. On Sunday, September and their families Tomhosted Rita wonderful life that I’ve been given. I count my wealth in 21, they participated in the celebration which Pelee Island Winery the many friends I have. I even received an autographed is for typographical errors and omissions. Please double check all dates, names, email and web addresses for acc the Alzheimer Charity This wasproofenjoyed by all who picture of my heartthrob, Alex Trebek. I even had a any errors become the responsibility of the client. Please check carefully and initial the client approval box prior to returning Kingsville Run in Amherstburg. attended. piper come from Leamington to play ‘Highland Laddie’ Following the run, and ‘Amazing Grace’. I want to thank my granddaughter they and a number of Caron for arranging this lovely event. Thanks also for Bailey cousins enjoyed RIVERSIDE 1 Mayor Nelson Santos and several of the members of SHORELINE a luncheon hosted by the town council for being present to help me celebrate. Shirley Recipe Dube andCorner Linda - Liz Engert September 30, What a day. No, I don’t feel any older. My2014 laugh lines Nichol at Shirley’s home are a little deeper. My secret for living so long is I am Tom Rita in Colchester. Alan is the lucky to live in this peaceful, friendly town for the past This proof is for typographical errors and omissions. Please double check all dates, names, email andlate web addresses for accuracy. Once you sign off on this artwork, son of the Doug and 60 with the lotsresponsibility of friends, sunshine and blue skies. any years errors become of the client. Please check carefully and Iinitial the clientBailey. approval box prior to returning this proof to your sales rep. Jean could live another 10 years. 313 Main St. E., Suite #19, Kingsville *** Email: Among those who BSC. PT, B.A. attended the Retired REGISTERED PHYSIOTHERAPIST Women Teachers of N Ontario, Windsor-Essex Professional Branch Luncheon, held The ZEHRS SHORELINE x LaSalle Post Lakeshore News W E Real Estate Guide on Tuesday, September 23 S RIVE SHOR were Alice Keyes, Barbara Publication Date: Sept 23, 2014 Client: Call Malott Community Ev from Harrow from Leamington MAIN ST. Keyes, Marie Bailey, Debi September 23, 2014 Kingsville Community Farmers Market Kingsville Malley, Muriel Newman, Typesetter: Account Rep: Rita Roxann Tom Rita Linda Lynch, Rhonda This proof is for typographical errors and omissions. 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Pumpkin Spice-Cranberry Muffins 2 cups all-purpose flour 2/3 cup granulated sugar 1 tablespoon pumpkin spice blend 2 teaspoons baking powder 1/2 teaspoon fine salt 1 stick (8 tablespoons) unsalted butter, melted



1/2 cup pure pumpkin puree 1/2 cup whole milk 2 large eggs 1 teaspoon orange zest Turbinado sugar, for sprinkling

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Line a 12-cup muffin pan with muffin liners and lightly coat with cooking spray. Combine the cranberries and orange juice in a small microwave safe bowl, cover the bowl with plastic wrap and poke a small hole to vent. Microwave until the orange juice is warm, about 1 minute. Set aside to let the cranberries plump, about 5 minutes, then drain off the juice. Whisk the flour, granulated sugar, pumpkin pie spice, baking powder and 1/2 teaspoon salt into a medium bowl and set aside. Whisk together the butter, plumped cranberries, pumpkin puree, milk, eggs and orange zest in a large bowl. Add the flour-spice mixture to the pumpkin mixture and gently fold the batter together until it is just combined (it’s ok if there are a few lumps). Divide the batter evenly among the prepared muffin cups and sprinkle the top of each muffin generously with the turbinado sugar. Bake until golden brown and a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean, 20 to 24 minutes. Cool the muffins in the pan for a few minutes before transferring to a wire rack to cool completely.

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entertainment · community events · If you would like your event listed, please contact Joyce Pearce at or 519-733-2211 ext. 10 ·

Starting Oct. 27 Ruthven Public Library has new hours. Monday, closed. Tuesday, 2:30 – 5:30 p.m., Wednesdays, 10 a.m – 1 p.m., Thursdays, 5 – 8 p.m. Fridays, closed, Saturdays, 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Tues & Thurs. 10 a.m. The Morning Fellowship AA Meeting. Church of the Epiphany, 96 Main St. W., Kingsville. More info 519-733-4866. Every Friday 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Soldier 4 Christ Youth Group. Music, learning, fun and much more. Ages 10 plus. Highschool ages welcome. Faith Reformed Church. More info 519562-8765 or rapture101. Oct. 1 - 31 Light The Way: Lighthouses in Watercolor. An Art Exhibition by George Alles. Carnegie Arts & Visitor Centre. 519-733-6250

Attention all artists and photographers. It’s time to begin preparing October 2-19 your “migratory birds” Thursday – Sunday entries for the 45th Annual 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. Migration Festival art and photo competitions, to be Dreamscapes : Annual held in the KDHS gym, Members Exhibit. Gibson October 18 – 19, 2014. For Gallery, 140 Richmond. more info contact Mary at The fourth annual exhibit Ad Name: CW Presents ... Trim Size: 5" x 7.14" File Resolution: 300ppi showcasing the art of Publication: Community Ent Ad Safe Area: theN/Amembers ofColour: theK Fort Insertion Date: Sept 30 Bleed:Malden No GuildDesigner: of Sharon Arts

and Crafts. Admission is free-donations support this heritage site. 519-736-2826 www. Wed. Oct. 1 1 – 7 p.m. Leamington Blood Donor Clinic. F.T. Sherk Centre, 249 Sherk St., Leamington. Call 1-888-236-6283 for information and to book your appointment. New donors and walk ins welcome. Wed. Oct. 1 4 – 6:30 p.m. K.E.Y.S. presents Mighty Machines. 23 Mill St. W., Kingsville. Include up close, hands on exploration of the large machinery. More info Jenna Foley, 519-7338983, ext. 39 or jfoley@ Oct. 1 at 6:30 – 8 p.m. Leamington Kinsmen Rec. Centre, 240 Sherk St., Leamington. All youth 14-18 years of age are welcome to be a part of Voices of Youth in Advertising Department:(VOYC). x22739 Community








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Know Your Limit, Play Within It! 1-888-230-3505 Ontario Problem Gambling HelpLine. All ages welcome in our Augustus Tower and convention complex. Must be 19 years of age or older to attend performance or enter the casino and all other outlets. Caesars Windsor reserves the right to cancel or change/alter this performance without prior notice. Those who have been trespassed from Caesars Windsor and/or self-excluded from any OLG or Caesars property are not eligible to participate in a promotion and/or redeem offers. The Caesars brand and related trademarks are owned by Caesars License Company, LLC and its affiliated companies. Used with permission.

Are you a senior or person with a disability and require help with raking leaves? Leamington, Kingsville and Wheatley residents can contact SECC’s home maintenance program to register for one time complimentary leaf raking taking place on Wednesday, October 29. Call 519-326-8629 before October 24 for info or registration.

Share ideas, participate in community impact projects, earn volunteer hours for school, meet new people and have fun! Be part of the Change- Be part of VOYC! For more information contact: Wanda Rodrigues VOYC Program Coordinator 519.733.8983 x 22 email: wrodrigues@ Wed. Oct. 1 – Nov. 19 10:30 a.m. Family Storytime. This program includes stories, songs, rhymes and activities to encourage to lifelong love of reading. Ages under 5 years old & caregiver. Kingsville Public Library. Register online or at the library.

details, contact George at Everyone welcome! Sat. Oct. 4 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. The Arts Society of Kingsville invites you “Ask the Appraiser” Unico Community Centre. Certified Appraiser and Canadian Art Specialist, Mandy Salter, will assess the fair market value of your treasures. For more information visit the Arts Society of Kingsville Facebook page. Sun. Oct. 5 2:30 – 3:30 p.m. Join Life Chain. Kingsville, Main & Division. Leamington, Erie & Talbot. Essex, Talbot at Centre. Harrow, King at Queen. More info 519-325-0929 or 519-9697555.

telling us about “The Mill Creek Monster” the most recent of Bob’s published works. All are welcome. Tues. Oct. 7 at 5:30 p.m. It Must be Fall. Let’s fall into fun and games, craft and lots of books. Ages 4 -6. Cottam Public Library. Register online or at the library. Thurs. Oct. 9 6:30 - 9:30 p.m. Meet Your Kingsville Candidates presented by Cottam Rotary at the Cottam United Church. Sat. Oct. 11 2 p.m. & 7 p.m. Free Sacred Concerts by Keiv Symphony Orchestra and Choir. Leamington Mennonite Church, 78 Oak St. E.., Leamington.

Wed. Oct. 1 7 – 10 p.m. Shooters Photography Oct. 17 - 18 Club Meeting. We meet Kingsville BIA Scavenger Mon. Oct. 6 at 2 p.m. at Colasantis Tropical Hunt October 17th-18th. Kingsville Gosfield Contest sheets available Gardens, 1550 Road 3E, Heritage Society Meeting. at Carnegie Arts & Visitor Ruthven; Willow Room September 23, 2014 Hall, Centre Meet Herrington in the food court. Please or the on Candi www. Kingsville Baptist Church, use west parking. Visit starting Tom Joyce Division Rd. N. The guest October 16th. Great prizes us on This proof is for typographical errors and omissions. Please double check all dates, names, email and web addresses for acc speaker with Bob Lynch, available to be won! 519for meeting and club any errors become the responsibility of the client. Please check carefully and initial the client approval box prior to returning our KGHS, Vice President 733-6250 information. For further

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2014 Concerts for a Cure Series to assist local charities

to participate in traditional harvest Continued from Page 5 Since the beginning, Relay for Life.” and accessible facilities for Caesars Windsor is proud activities including cider the Homestead’s other the compassionate care of Caesars Windsor has Last year, through Caesars to launch its second series pressing, apple drying, popular events,” explains those battling cancer and donated more than $8 Windsor’s Concerts for a of Concerts for a Cure, sausage stuffing, corn Homestead Curator, support for their families.” Million to various local Cure, $15,000 was donated extending this unique husk craft making, and Janet Cobban. “Horses causes to the Canadian Cancer Carol Derbyshire, Cancer-related fundraising initiative to more. Families are also and the harvest season including Canadian Executive Director for two months during Breast Society Windsor-Essex. invited to climb the are a natural fit; horses Cancer Society Windsor Hospice of Windsor, and Prostate Cancer This year’s incredible spooky staircase and were integral to all Essex; providing funds greatly appreciates the awareness months. The October and November listen to scary stories aspects of farming well longstanding relationship to purchase three pieces line up includes a total of company has committed in the attic of the 1842 into the 1900s.” their organization has of capital equipment for 10 shows: Russell Peters to donating $1 for every house at 12:30pm and had with Caesars since the Windsor and Essex (Oct 3), Australian Bee Colosseum ticket sold for This Homestead 2:30pm. In the house’s the beginning. One of the County Cancer Centre Gees (Oct 9), Engelbert an October or November event is presented in parlour, curious visitors highlights was a $500,000 Foundation Men’s Health Humperdinck (Oct 18), show towards Cancer partnership with the can learn the history of donation in 2000 towards Centre; launching the Australian Pink Floyd (Oct Awareness. This year’s Essex County Carriage certain superstitions, the Hospice Village. She Windsor Cancer Research 24), So You Think You Can beneficiaries are two Club and other horse such as why horseshoes said, “We are proud and Group’s Passport program Dance – ALL AGES (Oct dedicated, local nonowners who volunteer were always hung in a honoured to partner with and dozens more. This 25), REO Speedwagon profit organizations: to bring their animals certain direction, why Caesars Windsor on the year alone, the company’s (Nov 7), Sarah McLachlan Hospice of Windsor and to the show. Many salt is thrown over the left Concerts for a Cure. It is Corporate Giving program (Nov 8), The Band Perry In Honour of the Ones different breeds will be shoulder when spilled, one more amazing way along with successful – ALL AGES (Nov 15), We Love. featured – from ponies and what it means that they have stepped employee fundraisers has Gabriel Iglesias (Nov 21) Kevin Laforet, President and miniature horses to forward to support the donated over $150,000 and Air Supply (Nov 29). and CEO of Caesars when a bird comes into the largest draft breeds Hospice and give back to various local CancerTicket purchases your house, and more. Windsor said, “We are including Percherons to our community. From focused causes. happy to be able to can be made through Try “divinations” to and everything in Laforet added, “Concerts c a e s a r s w i n d s o r. c o m , our family to yours, thank contribute in this way determine your future – between. “What sets for a Cure is only one or at the you!” once again and help results not guaranteed! this event apart from Anita Imperioli, President element in our continual Box Office located in the raise awareness towards The Homestead is other horse events is the of programs and Founder of In Honour support the fight against cancer. main casino building on located at 915 County RIVERSIDE 1 chance for visitors to awareness. SHORELINE I the second floor, open of the Ones We Love, raising Unfortunately, it continues Road 50, at the corner of get up close; to meet the most - proud said, “We are very proud to touch30, too2014 many of our Iler Road, on the shore September Leamington Rightam to Life 2x56 of our Friday, Saturday, Sunday horses and their owners, employees’ passionate and on additional show to partner with Caesars lives. We are proud to of Lake Erie. For more to learn their names, and involvement year after days. Non-show days from Windsor once again. Our partner with these two Tom Rita information, (519) 738to pat these magnificent year in fundraisers goal is to make Windsor incredible organizations noon to 8 pm and on show This proof typographical errors and omissions. Please double check all dates, names, email and web addresses for accuracy. 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This proof is for typographical errors and omissions. Please double check all dates, names, email and web addresses for acc andcheck their families of errors theirbecome dedication to theof the team SUNDAY, October 5th, 2014 from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. taxes andto fees. any the responsibility client. Please carefully and initial theapplicable client approval box prior returning Cindy Rita A new feature for this also participated in the community. ” Local LIFE CHAINS year’s will be pony This proofevent is for typographical errors and omissions. Please double check all dates, names, email and web addresses for accuracy. Once you sign off on this artwork, will be held in: any errors becomefor the responsibility check carefully and initial the client approval box prior to returning this proof to your sales rep. cart rides children of the client. 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We are a consumer society, and no one can blame us; there are ads everywhere telling us that we need to spend our hard earned money. One of people’s favourite things to purchase is a new car, and who can blame them? It’s one of the most fun purchases you can possibly make! Good financial planning would tell you to steer away from that “new car bug” that has you wandering the local car lots and keep your current vehicle, but that is much easier said than done. Instead of directing you away from that brand new shiny car with all the features, I want to help you save some money when you go to purchase your next ride. The trick to saving thousands of dollars at the dealership involves two very simple steps. #1. Never talk monthly cost with the dealership #2. Do not get the financing from the dealership. The next time you are looking for a vehicle, go to a bank or your local financial institution and get a pre-approval vehicle loan, and determine the maximum amount you can afford to purchase and what the rough monthly payment would be. When you go to the dealership, you already know what you can afford, and you won’t be talked into taking a longer term on financing to fit your budget. Also, when you have external financing, you can take advantage of “Cash Incentives” and other dealership discounts that aren’t available if you finance with them. These discounts can often times offset the seemingly “low Interest” or “0%” financing that they are offering. It isn’t uncommon in our office to finance a vehicle for a client at 4.5% and overall save the customer money when they were offered anywhere between 0 - 1.99% financing at the dealership because the “cash incentive” was much higher than the cost of borrowing at 4.5%. I hope this helps you save some money on the vehicle of your dreams! If you have any questions about this or any other financial related topic please send me an email at Ian A.S. Murray, CHS, EPC. Ian Murray is a wealth and risk manager and owner of Ian Murray Insurance and Financial Services Inc. in Kingsville, Ontario

As a lifelong resident of this community, my commitment to our hometown remains without question and today my goal is to keep Kingsville top of mind as the community of choice. But I need your help to enhance our “2020 Vision for Kingsville” to shape a grassroots “Communities’ Agenda”- Your Agenda!

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Continued from Page 12 comment sheets. The study is part of finished thirteenth. Plans to improve active the County Wide Active Quick’s crew was up transportation routes Transportation System early Saturday morning along County Roads (CWATS). A number to make repairs to get the 50 and 20 in the Town of parts of the system car back to the track for of Kingsville were have already been the Shootout. presented to the public implemented, but the “I would have loved to last Tuesday evening. County, municipality and win the championship, The County of Essex architects are looking but being the first Miniand Town of Kingsville for feedback as to what Mods Shootout winner is held an open house at residents feel should be pretty good too,” Quick the Kingsville Arena to the priority. said. outline proposals from Residents are being “It’s a credit to P.J. MMM Group. asked if they are primarily (Wolters) and my crew, The plan is to undergo recreational walkers, they worked on the car all a design study along the walkers to go places such day and get it to Victory north side of County as shopping, recreational Lane tonight,” he said. Road 50 stretching from cyclists, cyclists who bike Cottam’s Denis Cull Drive to South of to work or to shop, or all DeSerrano finished Sycamore for a total of the above. fourth in the season distance of 3.2 km. A Residents are also being championship race, similar study is being questioned as to what they driving his father Norm’s undertaken for County see are the three biggest No. 96 car. Road 20 from DiMenna challenges, constraints Chatham’s Jake Hooker, Drive to County Road or barriers to improving 14, won the Sport Stocks ndsor 31, Parent stretching 2.8 km. active transportation feature on Saturday, a gazineJay Cranstone, Senior conditions in each route. Proof # 1 race shortened to 14 Landscape Architect The results will help laps because a rash of 30, 2014 Approval: RIVERSIDE withClient MMM explained determine the best September use accidents. SHORELINE that County Road for the path. Cindy Essex’s Doris Lajeunesse 50 presents some To find out more about Sept 30 2014 Leamington Rec Complex - 4x100 was fourth, Cottam’s This is for typographical errors Please double check all date challenges. theproof CWATS plan, log onand omissions. Tiffany eighthandand any errors become the responsibility of the client. PleaseEllis check carefully initia Cindy Rita He explained that to Kingsville’s Rob Young This proof is for typographical errors and omissions. Please double check all dates, names, email and web addresses for accuracy. Once you sign off on this artwork, the roadway is very ninth. any errors become PleaseMcLaughlin, check carefully and initial the client approval box priorwith to returning this Group proof to your sales rep. David Senior Project Manager MMM (right) speaks to a narrow for the a responsibility stretch. of the client. resident at an open house last week regarding active transportation proposals for County Along that same path, 2021 Division Road North Roads 20 and 50 in the Town of Kingsville. the municipality has Kingsville, Ontario N9Y 2Y9 Phone: (519) 733-2305 experienced drainage Kingsville has negotiated adding that the easement transportation route. Fax: (519) 733-8108 issues. During the open house, potentially be an easement on the north could “The Town of side for utilities,” he said, used for an active residents could pick up By Steve I’Anson

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A record crowd at MWCP ‘Fiestas Patrias’ in Leamington

Dancers perform at the Migrant Worker Cultural Program’s ‘Fiestas Patrias’ held recently in Leamington.



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Several brand new our economy. Frozen. Her first public Masters of ceremonies appearance was at the features at the Migrant Worker Cultural Program Angela Ventura, a local Uptown Leamington BIA’s this year included a business that provides annual Sidewalk Sale this to migrant summer. MWCP was very new location, Rhine services and Lester please to help her launch Danube Club; a soccer workers tournament; a very Cruz, a migrant worker her “dream” of becoming impressive performance from Mexico, opened an accomplished singer. “celebration of by the Puro México Ballet the The performances by Folclórico de Toronto, independence” at 3:30 PM the Puro México Ballet and an English and by introducing Orlando Folclórico de Toronto Spanish speaking master Valencia’s Pachanga Latin were a real crowd pleaser. Band leader from London. The dancers certainly of ceremonies. Over 50 migrant workers The band proceeded to achieve their stated played in a well-attended play lively music from mission, of their nontournament that preceded various Latin American profit organization that the start of the festival. countries. Orlando is was founded in 2003, The first place winner from El Salvador and namely to “promote was the Five Star team formed his four-member Mexico’s cultural diversity (representing Honduras); band 29 years ago which through folkloric dance.” the Nature Fresh team includes musicians from Their authentic colourful placed second, and the Colombia and Ecuador. costumes and traditional This vibrant musical dances were a pleasure to Guatemalan team placed third. A presentation of performance was followed watch. the trophies took place with a very talented 19 The children were year-old singer Tatyana included in the festival during the festival. Claudia Suarez, D’Voce from Toronto. with their “balloon operations manager of Tatyana performed at sculptures” created by the Migrant Worker last years Fiestas Patrias the very talented Jangles Community Program, festival and was invited the Magic Clown from welcomed the attendees to return by popular Windsor. and explained the demand. At the age of 12 The final performer organization’s mission she opened the Los Tigres was by singer and roper to provide social, del Norte concert held in “El Charrito”, Salvador cultural and recreational Leamington in 2007. She Gomez, from Detroit. opportunities and to is currently preparing for a This traditional form of September 30,native 2014Ecuador entertainment KDHS -isRBC tour to her build cultural bridges very between them and in December 2014. unique. This is Salvador’s Tom/CP Rita The next performer year their host communities performing in This proof is for typographical errors and omissions. Please double check all dates, names, email and web addresses for ac 8-year in errorsappreciation andof thewas MWCP’s festival. any become the responsibility client. Please checkold carefullysinger and initial the client approval box prior to returning recognition of their hard “Teresita” who sang “Let work and contribution to it Go” from the movie


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Tu e s d ay, S e pt e mb e r 3 0 , 2 0 1 4 25 Years Ago September 26, 1989 The 1989 International Plowing Match is over, but the massive five-day event has left behind a lot of memories for the over 100,000 people who attended it. It had taken 39 committees and hundreds of volunteers three years to plan and organized the plowing match. *** Florence Hardy, the secretary of the Horticulture Society, was recently presented with a horticultural service award for meritorious service to horticulture. The award was presented to her by the members of the society for her hard work and dedication over the years. Florence received the award from Doreen Plancke, the society’s president. *** The Legion Branch 188 Memorabilia Trailer returned to Kingsville after being at the Plowing Match. Over 3,000 people toured the unique display and according to Charlie Campbell, curator of the exhibit, many favourable comments were received. *** Coleen Szura recently donated a painting of the Kingsville train station, which she painted, to the Society for the Preservation of Kingsville Antiquities to be used in an upcoming auction to raise funds to save the train station. Paul Decaire accepted the painting on behalf of the society. *** Twelve groups and individual acts participated in the annual Ruthven Apple Festival Lip Sync Contest at Colasanti’s. A variety of performances ranging from hard rock ‘n’ roll to songs of the 1960s entertained the audience as six finalists were selected for the final competition to be held this weekend during the festival. Participants obviously had worked very hard on their acts and made judging very difficult. *** Leamington Cable TV is in the midst of a complete system rebuild. By the end of October, over a dozen new cable only channels will become available to Leamington Cable TV subscribers. The new lineup includes exciting new channels like cable news network from Atlanta, CBC


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Arthur Montgomery McCormick Arthur Montgomery McCormick is entitled to be classed among the prominent residents of Pelee Island for more than one reason. He is the only living child of the late William McCormick, the founder of the family on the Island, and he has done more than lead a life worthy of a descendant of so honorable a family. A.M. McCormick was but a few months old when the family settled on the Island. Only six years old when his father died, he was reared under the fostering care of a loving mother, who gave him a Christian rearing. At the age of twenty years, he commenced sailing on the lakes as a common seaman, spending one season with his brother, Capt. David McCormick. In 1878 Mr. McCormick was appointed postmaster of the Island, being the first to fill that office on the Island. When the Island was formed into a township, he was elected its first reeve and filled that office for two terms. In 1879 he started in the mercantile business, being the first engaged in that business on the Island, and during the past quarter of a century he built up a successful business. Mr. McCormick was married on Nov. 25, 1856 to Esther McCormick. Ten children have blessed this union: Blanche, Frederick, Cora, Edith, Arthur, Norman, Maude, Augusta, Gertrude and Clyde. (Commemorative Biographical Record of the County of Essex, 1905) Newsworld, Weather Now, The Nashville Network and Arts & Entertainment. 50 Years Ago October 1, 1964 A float from the Ohio Geological Survey was found this week off the Lakeshore Hotel beach. About 14 inches in diameter and painted a brilliant orange, it requested anyone finding it to phone collect to a number listed in Sandusky, Ohio. From its appearance it could have been floating in the lake for some time. The base is of half-inch plywood. It is presumed that it was set afloat to check the currents of Lake Erie. The hotel is getting in touch with Sandusky to report the “arrival”. *** Gosfield South Council’s road department received approval from the Ontario department of highways to apply a cement-soil surface on the Second Concession road from Division Road to Albertville Sideroad. *** The commissioners of the Gosfield North Municipal Telephone System cordially invite all their

customers and anyone interested, to attend the open houses of their new dial exchange building and farewell party for their operators on Tuesday, October 6. *** Nine school records were broken at the annual track and field meet held at the Kingsville District High School. Most of the records were made in the javelin, discus and shot put events. New records were established by Lanny Dwyer, Raymond Verschuere, Ted Fines, Ellen Ferguson, Carol Wilson and Marilyn Peacy. Overall champions were Lanny Dwyer, Brad Lewis, Richard Melton, Jim Hiser, Ted Fines, Kim Lewis, Ellen Ferguson, Sharyne Clifford, Jackie O’Donnell, Kathy Walls, Marilyn Peacy and Barbara Melinz. *** Here and there…Starr Malott taking over the KDHS “highlights” column…Jim Pollock posing for pictures…Pat O’Malley practicing up on his golf game…Bill Post asking for a beer (root or ginger)…Del Quick and Dick Wigle discussing politics…Jim Atkinson

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taking a position with Crawford-Post. 75 Years Ago September 28, 1939 Still shocked by the horrible experience of being aboard the torpedoed Athenia, Mrs. Bertha Tingle, Kingsville woman, considered it “just a bad dream”. Recuperating from the nerve strain of her rescue, Mrs. Tingle remained abed since returned to her Kingsville home on Water Street. This morning she took a short walk through town hoping to forget her near death. *** Kingsville and Gosfield South branch of the Red Cross was organized for war service work at an enthusiastic meeting in the town hall. One hundred men and women were present, and in a collection taken at the close of the meeting $50 was raised for preliminary expenses. The first distribution of wool for knitting will be made tomorrow at the town hall. *** One trans-Atlantic air mail route has already been suspended and the other will be cancelled after last trips this week,

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Postmaster E.A. Brown announced. Imperial Airways terminated the air mail service between Southampton and New York via Montreal. Service from New York via Shediac, New Brunswick, to Southampton will be terminated by PanAmerican Airways. *** Prompt discovery of a fire and quick action of Kingsville fire department saved a vacant twostorey hone on Spruce Street from destruction. Of undetermined origin, the blaze began in a clothes closet on the first floor of the unoccupied house. A neighbour was attracted by the fire and quickly summoned the fire department. *** Kingsville Lions Club will conduct the war service work through a committee of four, with Capt. Austin B. Smith, K.C., as Chairman, and Dr. R.R. Hodgins, G.W. Hogarth and W.D. Conklin, it was decided at the club’s meeting at Birchlea Villa. Appointment of the committee followed a brief speech by President E.L.

100 Years Ago October 1, 1914 For years back we have been impressed with the importance of a night watch for any town. The businessmen of Kingsville have, for a long time, paid a man to patrol the main streets and alleys at night, and they are a unit in saying that they are more than satisfied with the arrangement. Several incipient fires have been discovered by the night watch and put out before serious damage has been done. *** Blackbirds in large flocks are still making a nuisance of themselves in the trees on Queen Street, below Pearl and Mill streets, and the residents there keep up a brisk fusillade of shot to try and drive them away. *** The stores in town will not all close on Thursday afternoon. C.A. Quick will keep open. It seems he is willing to come to an arrangement whereby all close at seven every night, excepting Saturday night and the night before holidays, but thinks the winter is a poor time to close in the afternoon of any day, and burn lights half the night. *** Some boys from town were out at Phaen Wigle’s, on the McCain Sideroad west division, this week nutting. Mr. Wigle sent out a little boy to ask the lads to stop clubbing the trees and leave the place. Instead of doing this they assaulted the boy and whipped him. Mr. Wigle has the names of one of the boys, a big fellow who ought to know better than act in the way he did, and if he can get the names of the others there will be interesting doings at the town hall in a few days. *** There is no open season for quail this year, and it ought to be kept closed for all time. There is not a more valuable little bird to the farmer, why should it be shot at all.

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The Kingsville Municipal Heritage Advisory Committee will do their best to provide some information for the homeowner and the rest of our readers. It doesn’t have to be a designated home, just an older home (even with all the modern additions added on to it). But if you do have an older photo of the property we would love to use it in the paper, otherwise a picture of the outside of the home would be great. (We can help out with that). Kingsville has a lot of history and we would like to share it with our readers on our By-Gone Days page.

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KINGSVILLE LEGION. Friday Night Dinners. 5 p.m. – 7 p.m. Weekly menu items $10.00, Specials Fish & Ribs $12.00 or $1.00 off with Legion Seniors Card. Next Brunch, Oct. 12, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Karaoke every 3rd Saturday of the month. 519733-5162 or 519-733-9081. 37-TFC



VEGETARIAN Cooking Class.Leamington Seventhday Adventist Church, 220 Erie Street North. Tuesdays, October 14, 21, 28, 2014, 6 p.m. $5.00/session. For further information and registration, contact Eva Klassen at (519)-326-8749. Also register by email at 39-2-C



HIRING RESTAURANT supervisor. Enthusiastic, highly motivated, customer service orientated, Organized individual needed in a fast pace restaurant. Two years restaurant management experience required. Responsibilities include cash, inventory, demonstrate initiative, self-directed, ability to train others. Please send resume to P.O. Box A, c/o Kingsville Reporter, 17 Chestnut St., Kingsville, Ont. N9Y 1J9. 39-2-C INSULATOR, general labourers wanted. Valid license and vehicle. Call Gary 519-567-4992. 39-3-P HIRING WELDERS. Apply in person to 212 Wigle Ave., Kingsville. 36-4-D GREENHOUSE HELP WANTED. Including weekends. Please reply by fax only 519-733-8059. 1-TFC

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GREENHOUSE AND PACKING line labour. General greenhouse labour, duties include pruning, picking, planting and cleaning of greenhouse. Packing line labour, duties include inspecting, weighing and packing produce on assembly line. Lifting, bending and standing is required. Must be able to work all shifts. Rural area no public transportation available. Rate of pay$11.00. To apply please email tammy@policellafarms. com or mail to Domric International, P.O. Box 218, Ruthven, Ont. N0P 2G0. 24-27-C

ONE AND TWO bedroom apartments. Almost new appliances, laundry services, secured building, newly renovated. Close to shopping centres. Available now. 519816-3095. 37-TFC

GORD K. LAWN Maintenance. Complete property maintenance. Cutting, rolling, aeration, dethatching, fertilizing, fall clean-ups, snow removal. Senior discounts, licensed and insured. 519-818-6347. 1-TFC

ALL PERSONS having claims against the Estate of JOHN TAYLOR, late of the Town of Kingsville (formerly Town of Harrow), County of Essex and Province of Ontario. Deceased, who died on or about the 2nd day of July, 2014, are required to send particulars thereof to the undersigned Solicitor before the 28th day of October, 2014, after which date the assets will be distributed to the parties entitled thereto, having regards only to those claims received. DATED at Harrow, Ontario, this 25th day of September, 2014. KARL G. MELINZ Barrister and Solicitor P. O. Box 880 Harrow, Ontario N0R 1G0 Solicitor for the Estate Trustee With a Will. 39-3-C

CAMPBELL, Roger. Passed away Friday September 26, 2014 at the age of 67. He is predeceased by his father and mother Henry and Edith Campbell. Roger is survived by 3 children, Michael, Kelly and David (Monica). He was Papa Roger to Xander, Logan and Jesse. He is also survived by two sisters, Diane (J.P.) Duquette of Quebec City and Helene (Wolfe) Campbell of Mont.- SaintHelaine, Quebec. Special cousin to Bob (Kippy) Casey and Shirley (Jimmy) McGuire, also many nieces and nephews. Cremation has taken place in Windsor. A gathering of friends and family will be held at Lakeside Park, Kingsville at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Windsor Humane Society. Arrangements entrusted to the C. Sykes Funeral Home, Kingsville. Condolences may be left at www.



BUYING SCRAP GOLD. Thursday, Oct. 2, Unico Building, 37 Beech St., Kingsville. 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Coins – All coins, Canada, USA, World. Loose coins. Canada and US mint sets, all collector coins, war medals, pocket watches. Gold rings, chains (even broken gold jewellery), gold teeth, sterling, mint sets, musical instruments, etc. Also buying all costume jewellery. Top prices. We simply pay the most. House calls available. Dan Jones B.A., B.Ed. 519819-1805. 38-2- C



AVAILABE NOV. T0 APRIL. Two bedroom house. Cedar Island. $700. plus utilities. 519-995-2160. 36-3-D ONE & TWO BEDROOM apartment. Fridge, stove, hot and cold water included. Adult secured building. Nonsmoking, no pets. $725 plus hydro. 519-733-4003 or 519322-9468. 36-TFC L E A M I N G T O N LAKEFRONT. Upscale and Affordable in Leamington’s ONLY waterfront rental apartment building overlooking Leamington Marina and Park and minutes from the beach. Amenities include library and social rooms, new Smart Card ”no coin” laundry, beautiful lobby, underground parking, outdoor balconies, FREE utilities and window coverings. Fully secured and 24-7 on site management. Ask us about our limited time, New Tenant incentives. www.ska-apartmentrentals. com. Call Mike or Kevin 519326-8819. 1-TFC

IN KINGSVILLE. Two bedroom townhouses with full basement. Utilities extra. Good references required. 519-996-0471 or 519-7333372. 1-TFC APARTMENT, VERY CLEAN and quiet. For information call 519-7339383. 1-TFC ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION Branch 188 banquet hall, weddings and parties. Call 519-733-5162. 1-TFC



NEED A LAWN? Seeding and sodding. Call Earth N Turf Contracting. 226-2801829. 39-2-D I S A B E L L E ’ S ALTERATIONS. 3156 Olinda Sideroad Rd., Ruthven. For men and women. Over 30 years of experience. Call 519326-8179 for appointment. 39-13-D NEED HELP with your housework, decluttering or sorting and packing for a move? Call Nancy-Jean at 519-567-4819. I have years of experience and very reasonable rates. 39-2-D ELECTRICAL WIRING repairs etc. by licensed electrician. Small jobs welcome. Call Art Tiessen 519-326-7900 anytime. 39-6-D JULIE’S ERRANDS and deliveries for Seniors and more. Serving Windsor and Essex County. Includes housekeeping, grocery shopping and more. 519818-6692. Licensed/police clearance. 1-TFC COMPUTER REPAIR. All computer repairs, sales and service. Free pickup and delivery. 519-962-9252 or 519-566-1471. 1-TFC ON TIME MOVERS. Are you moving, need something picked up or delivered? Please call Larry or Dave, 519-7367411 or 519-984-7412. 1-TFC

BOOKKEEPING SERVICE. Accounts receivable. Accounts payable. Payroll etc. Call 519-733-4975, leave message. 1-TFC SUN PARLOUR MOVERS Est. 1947. Packing, moving, storage. Apartments, household, corporate. Local, long distance. Seniors’ discounts. Free estimates. Don’t be alone on moving day. Call 519-326-9432. Family owned and operated, satisfaction guaranteed. 1-TFC OIL GARD ANTI-RUST 30 years of experience on all types of vehicles. Seniors rates. New formula II no-drip available. Call now for an appointment. You’ll be glad you did because rust never sleeps. 519-326-9111. 1-TFC DISCOVERY CHILD CARE PROGRAM provides High Quality Licensed SchoolBased Childcare. Our program offers seamless childcare located in the following schools: Kingsville Public, Jack Miner, St. John de Brebeuf in Kingsville and Queen Elizabeth in Leamington. Full day enrichment programs for Toddler for 16m-2.6, PreSchool JK/SK children ages 2.6-6 years, before and after school care for children 3.812 years-old. Programs also available for PA Days, March Break and summer. Financial assistance is available to those who qualify. For more information call 519-7338202. 1-TFC

IN MEMORIAM PETERSON, George In loving memory of my husband, George who passed away 14 years ago, October 5, 2000 This day is remembered and quietly kept. No words are needed as I do not forget. Always loved and remembered by wife Muriel. 39-1-P



MELEG - Shirley and Brittany Meleg would like to thank Tom and Cindy of Dalziel’s Automotive, Kingsville for their generous donation to the fundraiser for John. It was so greatly appreciated. 39-1-P




STEPHENS, Arthur O. Aug. 25, 1909 – Oct. 1, 1959 In loving memory of a dear father, grandfather and greatgrandfather who passed away 55 years ago. He was taken without any warning, His going left hearts filled with pain, But though he is gone from amongst us, In my heart he will always remain. Sadly missed and forever remembered by your loving daughter Marlene and her family, Henry, Stephen, Laurie, Christoper and Danielle Slingerland. 39-1-D

LAMBERT, Leon Gabriel (Leo). At the Sun Parlor Home, Leamington on Friday, September 26, 2014. Age 94 years. Predeceased by his first wife, Jeanne D’Arc (1969) and survived by his wife June and her loving family. Dear father of Regis (Doris), Gilles (Anne-Marie), Gaetane (Emilien), Jacques (Diane), Doris, Lisette, Daniel and the late JeanGuy (Margaret) and the late Andre (Deb). Also survived by many grandchildren and great grandchildren. Rested at the C. Stuart Sykes Funeral Home, 91 Division St. S. Kingsville on Monday, Sept. 29th. Funeral service was held from the funeral home chapel on Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2014 at 11 a.m. Father Rick Janisse officiated. Interment in Greenhill Cemetery, Nov 12, 2013 Kingsville. If desired, donations to the Alzheimer For Subscription Tara/Tom Society would be appreciated. rates Joyce This proof is for call typographical errors and omissions. Please double check all dates Condolences may be left at any errors become the responsibility 519-733-2211 x10 of the client. Please check carefully and initia 17 Chestnut St., Kingsville, ON

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and Zachary Innes. Loving great grandma of Hayden Rose and Ryan Patrick Daley. Only child of the late Lillie and Donald Brush of Harrow, Ontario. Sister-in-law of Mary (the late Michael) Jurocko. Cremation has taken For over 100 years the Sun Parlor Home has been offering long term care to the community of Essex County. place in Windsor. A service Our Mission is “to serve our community by providing supportive resident-focused care that promotes quality to celebrate Jackie’s life will be held in the chapel at the C. of life.” As a not-for-profit municipally owned and subsidized long term care home, with 206 beds, all of our Stuart Sykes Funeral Home, resources are dedicated to our residents. 91 Division St. S., Kingsville at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, OcThe Sun Parlor Home for Senior Citizens has 2 (two) vacancies in the Building Maintenance department: INNES, Jacqueline Ruth. tober 1, 2014. Friends will be Passed away peacefully at received one hour before the Southgate Residence, Kings- funeral service. Interment to Maintenance Charge-Person and Maintenance “A” Person: ville on Sunday, Septem- follow in Greenhill Cemetery, RIVERSIDE 1 ber 28, 2014 at 84 years of Kingsville. In lieu of flowers, SHORELINE The successful applicants will be graduates of a two year technical diploma program with demonstrated age. Beloved wife of the late memorial donations may be June 10, 3014 Grossi - 2x30 Robert Randall Innes. Dear made to the Essex County knowledge of computerized building control systems (electronic, pneumatic, electrical), two years mechanical mother of SusanTom (John) Da- Humane Society or charity Rita proficiency in Microsoft Outlook, Excel and Word, with ability to promote a culture of a systems experience, ley and David (Heidi) Innes. of your choice. Condolences This proof is for typographical errors and omissions. Please double check all dates, names, email andsecure web addresses accuracy. Once you signgood off on this artwork, safe and workforenvironment with interpersonal and communication skills. A valid Ontario driver’s Cherished grandma of Rob-of the may any errors become the responsibility Please carefully and initial the client approval box prior to returning this proof to your sales rep. leftcheck at www.sykesfunlicense (Class F) is also preferred. The successful incumbent will be required to provide a clear driver’s ert (Jill) Daley, Sarah Daley

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