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Dalton Beck seemed to balance on the rim of the skatepark bowl with his tire but<br />

was actually in mid-air as he rotated his bike after propelling up the side of the<br />

bowl. Dalton was one of several Ghost Ryders representing Delburne Centralized<br />

School (DCS) at the June 1 DCS School Invitational Competition, which featured<br />

six schools and 21 competitors on bikes, scooters and skateboards. The event<br />

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INDEX<br />

Bashaw council ................. 2<br />

Coronation council ............ 2<br />

On the other hand ............. 6<br />

Letters ............................... 6<br />

Sedgewick news ................ 7<br />

Agriculture ...................8-10<br />

Obituaries ....................9-10<br />

Stettler Steel wheel ......... 11<br />

Sports .............................. 13<br />

Classifieds/Career .......14-15<br />

Crossword ....................... 14<br />

Real Estate/Homes .......... 16<br />

Hand Hills<br />

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FORESTBURG COUNCIL<br />

Wheel<br />

of a<br />

Deal<br />

Pages 12-13<br />

is the first ever hosted by the Ghost Ryders following a year and a half of<br />

work fundraising, planning and building the park. Schools represented at the<br />

competition included DCS, Bowden Grandview, Didsbury High, Innisfail High,<br />

Westglen Middle (Didsbury) and Ecole Fix Run (Sylvan). <br />

<br />

ECA Review/D. Johnston<br />

RCMP have increased presence in town<br />

Dena Clark<br />

ECA Review reporter<br />

Sgt. Judith Devoe reassured<br />

council members that RCMP<br />

members are in fact very active<br />

in Forestburg despite local resident<br />

claims of low visibility.<br />

During their regular meeting<br />

on Wed., June 1 Devoe told<br />

council members that although<br />

“they can’t be everywhere all the<br />

time due to having 11 communities<br />

not including the county<br />

[under their watch] and only<br />

having five constables, one sergeant<br />

and one corporal, they<br />

have been out a lot more”.<br />

Often during the wee hours of<br />

the morning when residents are<br />

asleep and unaware of their visit.<br />

Devoe went on to explain that<br />

the claims of ignoring resident<br />

calls is often a case of lack of<br />

information and unwilling participation<br />

on the part of the<br />

residents.<br />

When the RCMP receive a call,<br />

several factors come into play.<br />

The first being a case of priority.<br />

For example, if they receive a call<br />

that there is someone speeding in<br />

Forestburg however they also<br />

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Another factor is when people<br />

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however are unwilling to go<br />

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2 J u n e 9 ' 1 6 C o r o n a t i o n / S t e t t l e r , A b . E C A r e v i e w<br />

Bashaw council nixes idea of<br />

multiview programmatic targeting<br />

Lisa Joy<br />

ECA Review reporter<br />

Bashaw town council, at its regular<br />

meeting June 2, agreed not to proceed<br />

with an advertising program that<br />

would have cost the town about $1,000<br />

per month.<br />

The targeting would have given the<br />

town exposure to about nine million<br />

potential buyers seeking commercial<br />

or residential property and increased<br />

development potential, said Chief<br />

Administrative Officer Theresa Fuller<br />

in her report to council.<br />

A U.S. based company, Multi-View,<br />

pitched a proposal to council last<br />

month saying Bashaw could capitalize<br />

on businesses looking to relocate to<br />

either Calgary or Edmonton.<br />

Mayor Penny Shantz suggested the<br />

town complete a strategic plan and<br />

look at its future goals before considering<br />

this type of marketing.<br />

The presentation didn’t seem geared<br />

towards small towns, said Coun. Lynn<br />

Scultz.<br />

“It was all pie in the sky stuff,” he<br />

said adding that it’s not possible for<br />

Bashaw to get a Tim Hortons and the<br />

marketing company shouldn’t put that<br />

in the presentation for a town of 900.<br />

Coun. Bryan Gust said he agreed<br />

with Schultz that it was pie in the sky<br />

and said, “I’m just not buying into it.”<br />

More information needed on<br />

staffing: council<br />

Town of Bashaw council, at its regular<br />

meeting<br />

June 2, agreed<br />

they want more<br />

information<br />

before helping<br />

pay a summer<br />

student’s wage<br />

for the Tourist<br />

Booth and<br />

Museum.<br />

Last month<br />

council approved<br />

$3,375 for the historical<br />

society to<br />

hire someone for<br />

the summer<br />

months. Both<br />

town administration<br />

and the<br />

historical society<br />

had assumed<br />

they were<br />

declined for the federal Summer Jobs<br />

Grant application. But after the town’s<br />

CAO returned from vacation, Chief<br />

Administrative Officer Theresa Fuller<br />

received information that the application<br />

for $1,512 was approved.<br />

In the meantime, the historical<br />

society had to proceed with the hiring<br />

process and didn’t limit the criteria to<br />

a student. The grant specifies that a<br />

student must be hired.<br />

The historical society now proposes<br />

that a summer student be hired to<br />

work with a mature staff hired. This<br />

would mean an additional $1,728 in<br />

wages with the town picking up $864 of<br />

the cost.<br />

Coun. Bryan Gust said if the town<br />

approves this it may set a precedent of<br />

two staff being hired for the summer.<br />

He suggested the town come up with<br />

an overall dollar figure of how much<br />

they are willing to support instead of<br />

helping pay two positions.<br />

Mayor Shantz said the positions are<br />

valuable but asked how much does the<br />

town support in a dollar amount.<br />

Coun. Schultz said if the town agrees<br />

to pay for the second position it should<br />

be under the understanding that next<br />

year the same funding won’t be forthcoming<br />

and it’s a one-time support.<br />

Coun. Darren Pearson said two staff<br />

aren’t needed in the same spot. Coun.<br />

Gust said he can see two staff needed if<br />

staff are doing kids shows but agreed<br />

double staffing wouldn’t be required<br />

every day.<br />

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Ag society support declined<br />

Town of Bashaw council, at its regular<br />

meeting June 2, declined the Ag<br />

Society’s request for rodeo<br />

sponsorship.<br />

“I don’t think we should be putting<br />

taxpayers’ money into that,” said<br />

Coun. Darren Pearson adding that it’s<br />

something local businesses should<br />

support.<br />

You are welcome to join our next free day on<br />

June 13 from 10am to 6pm<br />

Moonwalkers would<br />

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for Play Free days:<br />

Mayor Shantz said council turned<br />

down other similar requests so they<br />

wouldn’t set a precendent.<br />

Coun. Rosella Peterman the rodeo<br />

will take admissions and if the citizens<br />

want to support the event they will<br />

show up and pay an entry fee.<br />

Coun. Bryan Gust said the town supports<br />

the Ag Society and has been very<br />

supportive of the group in the past.<br />

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E C A r e v i e w C o r o n a t i o n / S t e t t l e r , A b J u n e 9 ' 1 6 3<br />

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CORONATION COUNCIL<br />

Decision on tax incentives deferred<br />

Dena Clark<br />

ECA Review reporter<br />

The decision on whether to offer tax<br />

incentives for new commercial and<br />

residential developments was discussed<br />

by town council at their last<br />

regular meeting on Mon., May 30.<br />

CAO Sandra Kulyk told council<br />

members that many businesses found<br />

out about the bylaw after the fact and<br />

took advantage of the tax incentives<br />

retroactively.<br />

Coun. Vickey Horkoff inquired about<br />

how much the town lost offering the<br />

tax break while Coun. Keith Griffiths<br />

countered with how much the town<br />

stands to gain in taxes over a 30 - 40<br />

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Council members opted to think on<br />

the matter and deferred the decision<br />

until the June 27 meeting.<br />

CAO Report<br />

Sandra Kulyk, in her report to<br />

council, said she had met with Wendy<br />

Dafoe and drafted a grant application<br />

for the installation of an aerating<br />

water fountain for the Coronation Dam<br />

and worked with an engineer on development<br />

of the design and estimated<br />

capital cost for Hwy 872 Water Main<br />

Extension project.<br />

She also noted to council she was<br />

working on developing policies on protocol<br />

for chlorine leaks at the<br />

Coronation Swimming Pool, fire<br />

department media strategy and town<br />

office media strategy.<br />

Concern over speed limit<br />

Cont’d from Pg 1<br />

If a caller is unwilling to testify then<br />

a ticket cannot be given if there is no<br />

one to stand witness to a wrong that<br />

occurred.<br />

Devoe said other problems include a<br />

caller not providing adequate<br />

information.<br />

For instance, calling in to the RCMP<br />

but only providing the colour of a<br />

vehicle, not the license plate, model of<br />

vehicle or any distinguishing features<br />

about the driver make it almost impossible<br />

for the RCMP to locate the<br />

individual who has been reported.<br />

“We are doing our job,” said Devoe<br />

who urges residents to call and speak<br />

with them directly regarding issues<br />

surrounding the apparent lack of faith<br />

in their policing, because it, “is in the<br />

town’s own mind”.<br />

Council members thanked the<br />

RCMP for their increased presence<br />

and agreed that citizens needed to do<br />

their civic duty as well if they wanted<br />

to community to remain safe.<br />

Passionate presentation<br />

Ervin Siemen made a very passionate<br />

presentation to council<br />

regarding his concern for the speed<br />

limit at the crosswalk on 53rd street.<br />

Seimen’s wants<br />

the speed limit<br />

D<br />

reduced to 30 km<br />

an hour to avoid<br />

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currently<br />

waiting to<br />

happen.<br />

“When you<br />

have a speed<br />

limit of 50 km/hr<br />

people go 70 km/<br />

hr, when you<br />

have a 100 km/hr<br />

people go 110 or<br />

120 km/hr.”<br />

Seimen’s feels<br />

that reducing the<br />

speed limit to 30<br />

km/hr will at<br />

least reduce the<br />

speed to 50 km/<br />

hr for motorists.<br />

Coun. Kurt<br />

Oberg inquired<br />

about the possibility<br />

of<br />

installing photo<br />

radar.<br />

Discussion then<br />

ensued about<br />

who would cover<br />

that cost.<br />

Sgt. Devoe who<br />

was on hand to<br />

deliver her own presentation said that<br />

the “RCMP doesn’t do that”.<br />

Oberg then suggested talking to the<br />

County of Flagstaff about a partnership<br />

for photo radar cameras,<br />

specifically sharing the cost and<br />

having the cameras rotate amongst the<br />

communities.<br />

Council assured Siemen the issue<br />

would be looked into and addressed.<br />

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4 J u n e 9 ' 1 6 C o r o n a t i o n / S t e t t l e r , A b . E C A r e v i e w<br />

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Steer wrestler JD Hayes of Rocky Mountain House was watched by spectators from coast to coast rodeo committee<br />

member, Day Lenfesty told the ECA Review during an phone interview the day after the rodeo. Tickets were purchased<br />

from residents of B.C. and residents from as far away as the province of Nova Scotia. ECA Review/D.Clark<br />

Dolline B. Good of Calgary (left) and Ken Morrow of Michichi (centre) along<br />

with an unknown male spectator were three of the 5000 in attendance<br />

during the three-day Hand Hills Lake Stampede. ECA Review/D.Clark<br />

During the grand entry of the Hand Hills Lake Stampede was one of the only times during the weekend that there<br />

was no line-up out the door of the concession building for the rodeo’s famous pie. <br />

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The temperatures felt much hotter than they<br />

were at the 100th anniversary for the Hand<br />

Hills Lake Stampede on Sat., June 4. Even this<br />

black lab felt the heat and attempted to cool<br />

off with a refreshment. ECA Review/D.Clark<br />

There were 482 camp sites, not including the chuck wagon racers or the rodeo contestants who stayed at the rodeo grounds to watch events like<br />

bronc rider, Cole Scott of Kamloops, BC during the 100th anniversary of the Hand Hills Lake Stampede on June 3 - 5. ECA Review/D.Clark<br />

A bus load of tourists from Spain watched their first wild horse race during the Hand Hills Lake Stampede on the weekend. ECA Review/D.Clark<br />

Face painting, cowboy attire for sale at the<br />

trade show and the four huge bouncy castles<br />

were just a few of the items on the Hand<br />

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6 J u n e 9 ' 1 6 C o r o n a t i o n / S t e t t l e r , A b . E C A r e v i e w<br />

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Welcome back!<br />

by B.P. Schimke e-mail address as well. Too much<br />

What a relief to have the mandatory tweeting and posting on Facebook<br />

long-form census back this spring after often tells everybody you’re not home,<br />

being tossed out by the Harper including thieves.<br />

Government in 2010.<br />

The previous Conservative<br />

Statistics Canada because of its consistent<br />

collection methodology over the policy on ideology rather than facts. So<br />

Government preferred to base public<br />

years is the envy of the world. Our the efficient, consistent, unbiased collector<br />

of data, Stats Canada, got in the<br />

government has the best data to use<br />

when developing public policy or distributing<br />

billions of dollars to<br />

Without good quality data, govern-<br />

way.<br />

provinces and communities.<br />

ments can pick and choose private<br />

The better the data, the better the companies to give them the data they<br />

needs of Canadians can be met. want to support their ideology, rather<br />

Businesses also use the valuable than the needs of all Canadians.<br />

source of information for all sorts of In Harper’s 2011 census there were<br />

things, including whether a community<br />

is right for a new business. no data could be released because of<br />

about a thousand communities where<br />

Former Prime Minister Stephen the insignificant number of people<br />

Harper’s argument was governments responding to the survey. Statistically<br />

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Quite ironic given that far too first time ever, our statistics as a<br />

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receivers outside the home that can ones who are not working on your<br />

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habits to retail corporations.<br />

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When we put our name into draws at using proper methodology, including<br />

trade shows or fairs, we give away at a the mandatory census forms, operates<br />

minimum our name and phone as a science which in turn benefits all<br />

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Dear Editor,<br />

Some people believe in man-made<br />

climate change. Others do not. As<br />

someone who has been bothered by<br />

the issue from the beginning, here is<br />

my take on how the issue evolved.<br />

Once upon a time back in 1970s to<br />

2005 a self-avowed socialist by the<br />

name of Maurice Strong, a Canadian<br />

from Quebec was quite influential in<br />

the United Nations. One day he and<br />

several like-minded members of the<br />

UN came to the conclusion that the<br />

earth was running out of resources.<br />

Not only that, the developed world was<br />

using a disproportionate share of<br />

those resources.<br />

Being men of influence and good<br />

conscience they decided the UN<br />

needed to do something to correct this<br />

imbalance. The under-developed countries<br />

of the world deserved an equal<br />

share of resources. This. of course,<br />

would mean the developed countries<br />

would have to transfer wealth to the<br />

under-developed countries.<br />

In addition the world needed to consume<br />

far less resources in order to<br />

provide for future generations.<br />

Hydrocarbons were targeted as a good<br />

place to start.<br />

This is all outlined in the UNs<br />

Sustainable Development Agenda 21<br />

that is creating havoc for farmers<br />

today.<br />

With this in mind they ultimately<br />

formed the Intergovernmental Panel<br />

on Climate Change – IPCC. The task of<br />

this committee was to determine manmade<br />

causes of global warming. I<br />

believe this is the sole purpose of the<br />

committee to this day. They developed<br />

computer models to show the relationship<br />

between CO2 and global<br />

temperature.<br />

There was an inconvenient period of<br />

time, the Medieval Warm Period, that<br />

spoiled their projections. What to do?<br />

Eliminating that period of time from<br />

the model solved the problem and gave<br />

them the famous hockey stick curve<br />

linking global warming to man-made<br />

CO2.<br />

Some uncooperative scientist<br />

pointed out the error of their ways.<br />

The model has proved not that accurate<br />

in predicting global temperature<br />

because of the false assumptions used<br />

to create it. Even the UN admits temperatures<br />

have actually fallen in 19 of<br />

the last 20 years. In fact, the earth has<br />

only warmed less than ¾ degree<br />

Celsius in the last 100 years according<br />

to the National Center for Atmospheric<br />

Research.<br />

Several scientists have pointed out<br />

that in the past, increased CO2 levels<br />

actually occurred after periods of<br />

global warming, not prior to. Global<br />

warming actually produces greater<br />

plant growth and people have more<br />

food to eat. Dr Freeman Dyson a theoretical<br />

physicist at Princton’s Institute<br />

for Advanced study estimates 15 per<br />

cent of world agricultural production<br />

is as a result of increased CO2.<br />

According to Dr. Micheal Moore<br />

optimum CO2 levels for plant growth<br />

are about 1500 ppm, almost four times<br />

current levels. Plants won’t grow<br />

below 150 ppm.<br />

Other planets like Pluto and Mars<br />

are warming as well without the use of<br />

fossil fuels. Who knew sun activity<br />

has a bigger influence on earth temperature<br />

than man ever could burning<br />

fossil fuels.<br />

The IPCC has a conflict of interest<br />

here. Their mandate doesn’t include<br />

an investigation into the scientific<br />

data.<br />

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by Jamie Geddes<br />

Sedgewick’s Bethania Lutheran<br />

Church (BLC) closed its doors for worship<br />

with a public silent auction and<br />

indoor sale on Saturday, June 4.<br />

Bethania church officially began<br />

her humble rural beginnings August<br />

11, 1911 with Pastor H. T. Egedahl’s<br />

leadership and guidance.<br />

Egedahl’s efforts were supported by<br />

Pastors’ Halvorson and Moseby as<br />

they began organizing and structuring<br />

the early efforts of this church<br />

in 1906.<br />

Many had gathered to worship God<br />

in various settlers’ homes finding the<br />

trek to the nearest church difficult so<br />

the formation of a separate congregation<br />

began with some coming from the<br />

Trinity congregation and they were<br />

joined by new settlers.<br />

In 1911, after a series of events and<br />

the hard work of the founding efforts<br />

of Egedahl, Halvorson and Moseby,<br />

along with the dedicated parishioners,<br />

BLC became a reality.<br />

After the rural church burnt down,<br />

the Lutheran Ladies Aid gave the congregants<br />

the current land and part of<br />

the building to begin anew in the<br />

Town of Sedgewick in 1975.<br />

The building onsite was enhanced<br />

when the old Ferintosh church was<br />

brought in to join the existing building<br />

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2000, Chapter M-26, and Bylaw No. 2009-559 and<br />

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(14) days after publication of this notice at which time<br />

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Victoria Avenue, Coronation, AB or by mail to Box 219,<br />

Coronation, AB T0C 1C0<br />

Date of Publication: June 9, 2016<br />

Town of Coronation<br />

Development Officer<br />

Sandra Kulyk<br />

to create what is now the Bethania<br />

Lutheran Church.<br />

Many people from throughout<br />

Flagstaff County showed up to bid on<br />

auction items and get some good deals<br />

on the sale tables.<br />

Office equipment and furniture,<br />

kitchen wares, pews, sitting chairs,<br />

Sunday school tables, etc. were all for<br />

sale.<br />

The proceeds will be divided with a<br />

good portion going to support a<br />

Lutheran Seminary in Saskatoon in<br />

dedication to past local Pastor Allen<br />

Severson to honour his service and<br />

the balance with be used to provide a<br />

new sign for the local cemetery.<br />

Although the doors are now closed<br />

for worship, the local church will get a<br />

new lease on life and service as the<br />

BLC congregants and board have graciously<br />

donated the building to the<br />

Good as New Shop.<br />

The Good as New Shop is operated<br />

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Special sense of humour<br />

and unique laugh<br />

Cindy Lou Jackson passed away at<br />

the Stettler Health Care Centre on<br />

Wed., May 25, 2016 at the age of 51. She<br />

was born in Edmonton on Nov. 20, 1964.<br />

Cindy grew up on the family farm in<br />

the Paintearth district. She attended<br />

school in Castor and graduated from<br />

Gus Wetter in 1983.<br />

After school Cindy moved to<br />

Edmonton to work and then later to<br />

Camrose and then to Stettler<br />

working in retail and hospitality.<br />

One of Cindy’s greatest joys<br />

was spending time with her<br />

niece and nephew, Hannah and<br />

Levi. Cindy loved to collect. She<br />

had a substantial collection of<br />

Thomas Kincaid, Bearington<br />

Bears and Cherished Teddies,<br />

just to name a few.<br />

She was passionate about decorating<br />

for every holiday,<br />

Christmas being her favourite.<br />

She enjoyed old western movies,<br />

particularly John Wayne.<br />

Cindy always took pictures and<br />

videos at every family gathering,<br />

which will be cherished. And last but<br />

not least, she loved her dog, Abbey.<br />

Cindy had a special sense of humour,<br />

a unique laugh and one liner comebacks<br />

that always made you smile.<br />

Cindy was a wonderful<br />

daughter,<br />

sister, aunt and<br />

friend that will be<br />

truly missed.<br />

Cindy is survived<br />

by her<br />

mother Ardeth<br />

Jackson; brother<br />

Barry Jackson<br />

(Carol); niece<br />

Hannah and<br />

nephew Levi<br />

Jackson<br />

(Ashleigh<br />

Wingie); her birth<br />

brother Jeff<br />

Cameron<br />

(Connie) and<br />

their children<br />

Brittany and<br />

Breanna; special<br />

friend Victor;<br />

other family and<br />

many dear<br />

friends; last but<br />

not least her<br />

beloved dog,<br />

Abbey. She was<br />

predeceased by<br />

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her father Elmer Jackson; both sets of<br />

grandparents Jackson and McConkey<br />

and her birth mother Shirley Cameron.<br />

Funeral services were held at Knox<br />

United Church, Castor on Wednesday,<br />

June 1, 2016 at 2 p.m. with Rev. Barbara<br />

Zimmerman officiating. Gloria<br />

Harding presented her gift of music for<br />

the hymns and the Knox Church Choir<br />

led the singing. Interment took place<br />

in Castor Municipal<br />

Cemetery with Hannah<br />

and Levi Jackson as pallbearers.<br />

Honourary<br />

pallbearers were Pat<br />

Kroetsch and Victor<br />

Jakaitis.<br />

Friends gathered in the<br />

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Jackson<br />

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Structural Steel<br />

Farm Equipment<br />

25+ years Experience Residential & Commercial<br />

24 Hr Service<br />

Heavy Duty Trucks & Equipment<br />

BAUMAN CAT<br />

SERVICE LTD.<br />

• Complete Cat Work<br />

• Owner\Operator<br />

• Cat And Trac-Hoework<br />

• Fence Line Clearing<br />

• Brushing And Site Clearing<br />

• Slough Draining<br />

• Dug Outs With Cat Or Hoe<br />

• Stripping And Leveling Of Soils<br />

• Acerage Contouring<br />

CONTACT DUANE @ 403-740-3149<br />

A G r i c u L t u r e<br />

UNRESERVED ACREAGE AUCTION THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 2016 – 4:00 PM<br />

UNRESERVED ACREAGE AUCTION UNRESERVED ACREAGE AUCTION THURSDAY,<br />

THURSDAY,<br />

JUNE<br />

JUNE 23,<br />

23,<br />

2016<br />

2016 –<br />

4:00<br />

4:00<br />

PM<br />

PM<br />

UNRESERVED ACREAGE<br />

Earl<br />

AUCTION<br />

Webb THURSDAY, – Alix, JUNE AB 23, 2016 – 4:00 PM<br />

Stettler Auction Mart<br />

Since<br />

1953<br />

Lic. #003546<br />

Held at Stettler Auction Mart<br />

Stettler Auction Mart<br />

Saturday, June 18, 2016 - 11 a.m.<br />

TERMS – Cash or Approved Cheque - Nothing removed until settled for.<br />

Sale conducted by: Stettler Auction Mart (1990) Ltd.<br />

For Details Call: 403-742-2368<br />

Greg - 403-740-9610<br />

Jim - 403-740-9609<br />

On site lunch by Bev’s Catering<br />

Selling:<br />

Machinery, Tractors, RVs, Livestock Equipment,<br />

Panels, Feeders, Tools, Misc. and more.<br />

TRACTORS<br />

• Bobcat 5220 Diesel Skid Steer - 2083 hrs.,<br />

excellent • IHC 1066 tractor, cab • Harry<br />

Ferguson Ltd. gas tractor - 3 pt, 2 wd, 4 spd.,<br />

PTO, 11.2 x 28 rear tires - good, S/N TE65151<br />

c/w King Cutter 3 pt swivel blade, made in<br />

England by the Standard Motor Co. Ltd.<br />

MISCELLANEOUS<br />

• 4 - 265 - 70-16 Michelin tires • 4 - 275 - 80-<br />

22.5 Michelin tires • 4 - 275 - 70R18 Michelin<br />

tires • 3 Ford rims 2006 - 18” aluminum with tires<br />

• 1 - 275 - 70R18 New Continental • 600’ heavy<br />

rig shack cords with boxes and ends • 1995<br />

Chev truck topper • 34” dual rims with spacers<br />

• Tail gate panels AND MORE.<br />

All Consignments<br />

Welcome<br />

Earl Webb – Alix, AB<br />

Earl Webb – Alix, AB<br />

LOCATED: From Mirror, go 6.4 km west on Hwy 50, then 1.4 km south on<br />

Rge Rd 23-1 or from Alix go 5 km north on Rge Rd 23-1.<br />

LOCATED: From Mirror, go 6.4 km west on Hwy 50, then 1.4 km south on<br />

Gate LOCATED: Sign – 40302 From Mirror, Rge Rd go 231.<br />

Rge Rd 23-1 or from Alix go<br />

6.4 5 km<br />

km north<br />

west<br />

on on<br />

Rge Hwy<br />

Rd 50,<br />

23-1.<br />

then 1.4 km south on<br />

FOR Rge Rd 23-1 or from Alix go km north on Rge Rd 23-1.<br />

LOCATED:<br />

Gate MORE Sign – INFORMATION,<br />

Gate Sign From 40302<br />

40302 Mirror, Rge Rd<br />

Rge Rd go 231. CONTACT: Shelly Lake at 780-621-7098.<br />

231. 6.4 km west on Hwy 50, then 1.4 km south on<br />

Earl Rge FOR has Rd MORE 23-1 moved INFORMATION, or from into Alix town. go 5 He CONTACT: km has north purchased on Shelly Rge Rd Lake a 23-1. lot at of 780-621-7098.<br />

these items new.<br />

Note FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT: Shelly Lake at 780-621-7098.<br />

Gate Earl the has Sign 4:00 moved – 40302 pm into start Rge town. Rd time. 231.<br />

He has purchased a lot of these items new.<br />

PREVIEWING Earl has moved into town. He has purchased lot of these items new.<br />

FOR Note MORE the 4:00 INFORMATION, STARTS pm start MONDAY, time. CONTACT: JUNE Shelly 20 UNTIL Lake SALE at 780-621-7098. DAY.<br />

PREVIEWING Note the 4:00 pm start time.<br />

Earl PREVIEWING has moved<br />

HOURS STARTS<br />

STARTS into town.<br />

– MONDAY, 12:00<br />

MONDAY, He<br />

PM<br />

has JUNE to<br />

JUNE purchased<br />

7:00 20 PM. UNTIL 20 UNTIL a lot<br />

SALE SALE of these<br />

DAY.<br />

DAY. items new.<br />

Note<br />

PREVIEWING<br />

PREVIEWING the 4:00 HOURS<br />

HOURS pm start – time.<br />

12:00 PM to 7:00 PM.<br />

12:00 PM to 7:00 PM.<br />

PREVIEWING STARTS MONDAY, JUNE 20 UNTIL SALE DAY.<br />

PREVIEWING HOURS – 12:00 PM to 7:00 PM.<br />

TRACTOR<br />

• HD quad ramps<br />

• Jet Drill press<br />

panels<br />

• 2009 • 2009 Massey TRACTOR<br />

Ferguson<br />

• HD quad ramps<br />

Jet Drill press<br />

panels<br />

/ DC<br />

• 50 gal slip tank<br />

• 2009 Massey Ferguson YARD TRACTORS • Dayton 230 AC / 180 DC • 50 gal Westeel slip tank<br />

YARD TRACTORS • Dayton 230 AC / 180 DC • 50 gal Westeel slip tank<br />

1652 1652 MFWD w/ w/ MF MF DL<br />

DL<br />

TRACTOR<br />

• HD quad ramps<br />

w/ GPI 12 V pump, newer<br />

1652 MFWD w/ MF DL • Agco Allis 918H tractor w/ welder<br />

w/ GPI 12 V pump, newer<br />

• Agco Allis 918H tractor w/<br />

Jet welder Drill press<br />

panels w/ GPI 12 V pump, newer<br />

130 130<br />

• 2009<br />

loader loader<br />

Massey<br />

& & 6’ 6’<br />

Ferguson<br />

bucket,<br />

vg cond<br />

• Jiffy gas ice auger,<br />

130 loader & 6’ bucket, rototiller<br />

rototiller YARD TRACTORS<br />

• Dayton Anvil,<br />

Anvil,<br />

vg<br />

vg 230 cond<br />

cond AC / 180 DC<br />

50<br />

• Jiffy<br />

gal Westeel<br />

gas ice auger,<br />

• Jiffy gas ice auger, slip tank<br />

cab, cab,<br />

1652 cab, showing showing<br />

showing MFWD 386 386<br />

w/ 386 MF hrs,<br />

hrs,<br />

DL<br />

• Craftsman lawn tractor w/<br />

Oxy / Acetylene set w/<br />

shovels, pitch forks, hoof<br />

3-pt hitch, 52 hp, 540 hrs, • • Craftsman Agco Allis 918H lawn tractor w/ w/<br />

• welder Oxy Oxy // Acetylene Acetylene set set w/ w/ w/ shovels, shovels, GPI 12 pitch V pitch pump, forks, forks, newer hoof hoof<br />

mower<br />

bottles<br />

trimmer, Portable 14 gal<br />

3-pt 130 3-pt hitch, loader hitch, 52 52 & hp, 6’ hp, bucket, 540<br />

PTO, 1 hyd, vg cond, 540<br />

S/N mower rototiller<br />

Anvil, bottles vg cond<br />

• Jiffy trimmer, trimmer, gas Portable ice Portable auger, 14 14 gal gal<br />

Mastercraft work bench<br />

wheeled fuel container,<br />

PTO, cab, PTO, 1 showing 1 hyd, hyd, vg vg cond, 386 hrs, S/N<br />

Craftsman YARD EQUIPMENT<br />

JUF54802<br />

lawn tractor w/<br />

• Oxy Mastercraft / Acetylene work set bench w/ shovels, wheeled pitch fuel fuel forks, container, hoof<br />

3-pt hitch, 52 hp, 540<br />

mower<br />

• Bolens<br />

YARD<br />

5hp<br />

EQUIPMENT<br />

walk behind<br />

Two bolt bins w/ contents elec fencers, stock prod,<br />

JUF54802<br />

bottles<br />

trimmer, Portable 14 gal<br />

w/ elec stock prod,<br />

PTO, 1 3-PT hyd, HITCH • Bolens vg cond, S/N<br />

weed eater 5hp walk behind<br />

• Two Two chain bolt bins saws w/ contents antique elec fencers, trunks, antique stock prod,<br />

3-PT Mastercraft work bench wheeled fuel container,<br />

YARD EQUIPMENT<br />

JUF54802<br />

EQUIPMENT HITCH<br />

• weed Hardi eater<br />

• estate sprayer,<br />

(Husqvarna Two chain saws & Poulan)<br />

door antique & windows trunks, (4 antique pane),<br />

Bolens 5hp walk behind<br />

Two bolt bins w/ contents elec fencers, stock prod,<br />

• door & (4 pane),<br />

• 6’ FarmKing EQUIPMENT<br />

3-pt rotary • Hardi trailer estate type sprayer, • Double (Husqvarna tier tool & Poulan) cabinet,<br />

singe door bottom & windows plow on<br />

(4 pane),<br />

• 6’ 3-PT HITCH 3-pt weed eater<br />

Two chain saws<br />

antique trunks, antique<br />

singe bottom plow on<br />

• 6’ mower FarmKing 3-pt rotary<br />

• Honda 4 stroke weed Butterfield tap & die,<br />

steel<br />

trailer type<br />

• Double tier tool cabinet,<br />

singe bottom plow on<br />

mower EQUIPMENT<br />

Hardi estate sprayer,<br />

(Husqvarna & Poulan) door & windows (4 pane),<br />

• tap & die, steel<br />

mower<br />

• 64” Cambio Breve Hato • Honda eater 4 stroke weed<br />

IR Butterfield 2hp air compressor,<br />

tap & die, steel<br />

• 6’ 64” FarmKing Cambio Breve 3-pt rotary Hato trailer type<br />

• Double tier tool cabinet, singe bottom<br />

MUSICAL<br />

plow on<br />

eater<br />

IR 2hp air compressor,<br />

MUSICAL<br />

• 64” 3-pt Cambio HD rototiller Breve Hato<br />

• Murray 22’ gas<br />

Acklands gas genset,<br />

mower 3-pt HD rototiller<br />

eater<br />

IR 2hp air compressor,<br />

Honda 4 stroke weed Butterfield tap & die, steel<br />

INSTRUMENTS<br />

MUSICAL<br />

• Murray 22’ gas<br />

Acklands gas genset,<br />

INSTRUMENTS<br />

3-pt • 6-1/2’ HD Otma rototiller 3-pt cult<br />

snowblower, 5hp, limited Makita cut off saw, angle<br />

64” 6-1/2’ Cambio Otma Breve 3-pt cult Hato • Murray 22’ gas<br />

Acklands gas genset, • Galotta eater snowblower, 5hp, limited<br />

IR Makita 2hp air cut compressor,<br />

off saw, angle INSTRUMENTS<br />

accordian (red),<br />

• 6’ 3-pt rear blade<br />

• Galotta MUSICAL accordian (red),<br />

use<br />

grinder, bench grinder,<br />

• 6-1/2’ 3-pt Otma HD rear rototiller 3-pt<br />

blade<br />

cult<br />

21 key<br />

snowblower, Murray use 22’ gas 5hp, limited Acklands Makita cut<br />

grinder, bench gas off genset, saw, angle<br />

grinder,<br />

21<br />

• Galotta<br />

key INSTRUMENTS accordian (red),<br />

• 6’ 3-pt homebuilt leveler<br />

• YardWorks 4-1/2hp floor jack, paint sprayer,<br />

• 6’ 6-1/2’ 6’ 3-pt 3-pt rear Otma homebuilt blade<br />

• Vardes accordian, 24 keys<br />

3-pt cult leveler • use snowblower, YardWorks 4-1/2hp 5hp, limited Makita floor grinder, jack, cut bench paint off saw, sprayer, grinder, angle<br />

Galotta Vardes 21 key<br />

• 3-pt ball hitch trailer<br />

accordian, (red), 24 keys<br />

lawnmower<br />

electric hand tools, air<br />

• Conn clarinet<br />

• 6’ • 6’ 3-pt 3-pt ball homebuilt rear hitch blade trailer leveler use lawnmower<br />

grinder, electric hand bench tools, grinder, air<br />

mover<br />

• YardWorks 4-1/2hp floor jack, paint sprayer,<br />

21 Conn keyclarinet<br />

• Homelite gas hedge tank, tiger torch, large<br />

• Vardes accordian, 24 keys<br />

• Yamaha PSR 180<br />

• 3-pt • 6’ mover 3-pt ball hitch homebuilt trailer leveler<br />

• lawnmower YardWorks Homelite gas 4-1/2hp hedge floor tank, electric jack, tiger hand paint torch, tools, sprayer, large air<br />

• Vardes Yamaha accordian, PSR 180 24 keys<br />

3-pt ball QUADS<br />

trimmer; extendable elec battery charger, booster<br />

keyboard<br />

• Conn clarinet<br />

mover hitch trailer lawnmower<br />

electric hand tools, air<br />

QUADS • Homelite trimmer; extendable elec battery charger, booster<br />

Conn keyboard clarinet<br />

• • mover<br />

Suzuki Eiger 400<br />

chain sawgas hedge cables, tank, tiger Mastercraft<br />

torch, large<br />

• Banjo, • Yamaha Saxophone<br />

PSR 180<br />

Suzuki Eiger 400<br />

Homelite chain sawgas hedge tank, cables, tiger Mastercraft torch, large<br />

• Yamaha Banjo, Saxophone PSR 180<br />

4WD quad, QUADS<br />

showing<br />

• trimmer; Remington extendable pole sawelec<br />

wrenches battery charger, & router booster bits,<br />

keyboard<br />

4WD quad, QUADS showing<br />

trimmer; Remington extendable pole sawelec<br />

battery wrenches charger, & router booster bits,<br />

AUCTIONEER’S AUCTIONEER’S keyboard<br />

NOTES<br />

• Suzuki 835 km, Eiger c/w 400<br />

5’ front<br />

• chain Garden saw<br />

seeder; Qty of qty cables, hand Mastercraft tools, misc iron /<br />

NOTES<br />

• Suzuki 835 km, Eiger c/w 400 5’ front • chain Garden saw seeder; Qty of cables, qty hand Mastercraft tools, misc iron /<br />

• • Banjo,<br />

If<br />

• Banjo, paying<br />

Saxophone<br />

If paying Saxophone<br />

by cheque and<br />

4WD blade, quad, vg cond, showing<br />

VIN • Remington gardening tools pole & saw<br />

supplies pipe wrenches / tubing<br />

& router bits,<br />

by cheque and<br />

4WD blade, quad, vg cond, showing VIN<br />

Remington gardening tools pole & saw supplies wrenches pipe / tubing & router bits,<br />

unknown AUCTIONEER’S to Auction<br />

NOTES<br />

835 5SAAK46K457112123<br />

km, c/w 5’ front • Garden Qty mole seeder; traps Qty of qty AUCTIONEER’S unknown to Auction NOTES<br />

835 5SAAK46K457112123<br />

km, c/w 5’ front<br />

• Garden Qty mole seeder; traps Qty of qty<br />

MISCELLANEOUS<br />

hand tools, misc iron /<br />

MISCELLANEOUS<br />

hand tools, misc iron /<br />

Company, • If paying we by require cheque a<br />

and<br />

• Suzuki Quad Runner 300,<br />

• If Company, paying by we cheque require and a<br />

blade, vg cond, VIN gardening<br />

• blade, Suzuki vg Quad cond, Runner VIN 300, gardening SHOP EQUIPMENT<br />

tools & supplies • SHOP EQUIPMENT<br />

tools supplies<br />

pipe<br />

8’ pipe x 8’ / 8’<br />

/ tubing<br />

garden tubing shed<br />

letter unknown of reference to Auction from<br />

4WD, showing 5868 km,<br />

garden shed unknown letter of reference to Auction from<br />

5SAAK46K457112123 • Qty mole<br />

5SAAK46K457112123<br />

4WD, showing 5868 km,<br />

Qty mole AND traps<br />

AND traps<br />

TOOLS • 8’ x MISCELLANEOUS<br />

12’ barn style garden<br />

your bank.<br />

TOOLS<br />

8’ MISCELLANEOUS<br />

Company, we require a<br />

winch<br />

• Miller Sidekick XL mig shed<br />

x 12’ barn style garden • Company, your See complete bank. we require terms and<br />

a<br />

• Suzuki winch<br />

Quad Quad Runner Runner 300, 300, • Miller<br />

SHOP SHOP Sidekick<br />

EQUIPMENT<br />

EQUIPMENT XL mig<br />

• 8’ shed<br />

8’ x 8’ 8’ garden garden shed shed<br />

• Suzuki quad trailer<br />

welder<br />

Four Two W 10’ portable<br />

• letter See<br />

letter<br />

conditions complete of of reference reference<br />

on our terms website.<br />

from and<br />

from<br />

4WD, • 4WD, Suzuki showing showing quad trailer 5868 5868 km, km, welder AND TOOLS<br />

• 8’ Four 8’ x 12’ 12’ Two barn barn W 10’ style style portable garden garden your conditions your bank. bank. on our website.<br />

winch winch<br />

•• Miller Sidekick XL mig<br />

shed<br />

• See • See complete terms terms and and<br />

• Suzuki • quad trailer<br />

welder<br />

• Four Two W 10’ portable<br />

conditions on on our our website.<br />

VEHICLES<br />

• 1997 GMC 4x4, new battery, tires, windshield.<br />

• 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo, good<br />

condition, 280,000 kms., 75% tires, 4x4, 5.3L<br />

engine.<br />

• 2008 Honda Ridgeline pick-up, 120,000<br />

kms., automatic, 4x4, loaded.<br />

• 1985 Chev C30 truck c/w steel flatbed deck,<br />

3” rails, 2 tool boxes, 600L aluminum gas<br />

tank, dually, 350 gas, runs great, c/w Hobart<br />

Champion 8500 welder, cables on reels, new<br />

electric fuel pump in tank • 16’ stock trailer -<br />

tandem axle, new tires, totally reconditioned.<br />

CAMROSE, AB<br />

CAMROSE,<br />

Email djas@xplornet.com<br />

AB<br />

Phone 780-672-1105 • Fax 780-672-3955<br />

Phone 780-672-1105 Fax 780-672-3955<br />

Email djas@xplornet.com<br />

www.dougjohnsonauctionservice.com<br />

Phone www.dougjohnsonauctionservice.com<br />

780-672-1105 • Fax Email<br />

AB AB djas@xplornet.com<br />

License • 334038<br />

Fax 780-672-3955<br />

Email License djas@xplornet.com<br />

334038<br />

www.dougjohnsonauctionservice.com<br />

www.dougjohnsonauctionservice.com<br />

AB License 334038<br />

AB License 334038<br />

email: sam1990@telusplanet.net<br />

website: www.stettlerauction.ab.ca<br />

www.globalauctionguide.com<br />

Auction<br />

EQUIPMENT<br />

• Linden Post Pounder.<br />

• Post pounder • Honda 5500 genset • Chain<br />

harrows • Transfer auger.<br />

LIVESTOCK EQUIPMENT<br />

• Hi-Qual manual cattle squeeze • Free standing<br />

24’ - 31’ steel panels • Cattle feeders • Horse<br />

panels • Horse feeders • Horse cart • Grain<br />

hoppers.<br />

Watch newspaper for added listings<br />

as sale day approaches.<br />

Auctioneers:<br />

Allen McMillan<br />

Dick Creasey<br />

Scott Douglas<br />

Terry Silbernagel<br />

Cashier:<br />

Lona Benjamin


Cereal, ab. – saturday, june<br />

Directions: From Cereal AB: South on #886 to junction #570, 11 k<br />

(Watch for Signs)<br />

Owners Phone: Contact arnold lee at (403) 52<br />

TRACTORS, COMBINE &<br />

• 1985 Buick Le Sabre<br />

10 J u n e 9 ' 1 6 C o r o n a t i o n / S t e t t l e r , A b . A g r i c u l t u r e<br />

SWATHER:<br />

• 1953 Chevrolet E C 1100 A r e v i e w<br />

• Case International 4694 Tractor, 20.8 X<br />

34 tires, PTO, 4 hyd., 5620 hrs showing.<br />

• Case 4690 Tractor, 20.8 X 34 tires, 4 hyd.,<br />

PTO, 8216 hrs., showing.<br />

• International 1482 PT Combine, hyd.,<br />

<br />

OBITUARY<br />

reverser, 7 belt Victory pickup.<br />

• MF 200 SP Swather, 30’ draper table, elect.<br />

A real prairie pioneer woman<br />

controls, UII pickup reel, 1645 hrs.<br />

• MF 1135 Tractor, 23.1 X 34 tires, dual hyd.,<br />

PTO. (Engine overhaul approx. 2300 hrs<br />

ago, 2 seasons on clutch overhaul - approx.<br />

60 hrs.)<br />

• Case 930 Tractor, 18.4 X 34 tires, 1080<br />

hrs on engine overhaul (tack replaced with<br />

engine overhaul)<br />

harrows<br />

• John Deere 720 Diesel Tractor, sells with<br />

Marie Alice Elizabeth Beebe (Davis)<br />

passed away peacefully in the Red<br />

Deer Regional Hospital at 2:20 a.m. on<br />

Mon., May 23, 2016. She would have<br />

been 87 years old on Tues., May 24.<br />

Alice was born on the farm north of<br />

Veteran on May 24, 1929.<br />

She was raised in the<br />

area and finished her<br />

schooling by graduating<br />

from Ponoka High School<br />

in 1947, then taught for a<br />

short time at Nose Hills<br />

after that.<br />

Alice married Delford<br />

Beebe in 1951 and soon<br />

started their family.<br />

They resided 12 miles<br />

north of Veteran for many<br />

years. From there Alice<br />

Beebe<br />

moved to the Consort Seniors Lodge<br />

until health issues forced her to move<br />

to a care home in Red Deer.<br />

Family was the most important<br />

thing in her life. She was the mother of<br />

six, grandmother of 11 and great<br />

grandmother of nine.<br />

Being a real prairie pioneer woman,<br />

born and raised in the Nose Hills area,<br />

she knew the value of hard work,<br />

family, community and living alongside<br />

mother nature.<br />

She was a member of a number of<br />

organizations including the Nose Hills<br />

ladies group, Catholic Women’s<br />

League, Nose Hills Community<br />

Centre, a square dancing club, and the<br />

Brownfield quilting group.<br />

She was also very active with the<br />

Boy Scout group, and did massive<br />

“album history” for that group, and<br />

also did a massive research/history<br />

for the old schools in the area.<br />

The majority of the pictures are now<br />

hanging in the Veteran Community<br />

Hall for all to see.<br />

She enjoyed baking, antiques, collecting<br />

coins, license plates, spoons,<br />

stamps and travelling. She also sold<br />

Avon products in the community.<br />

Alice had a garden that never ended.<br />

She would ride the little “ride ‘em”<br />

lawn mower for hours on end to keep<br />

the lawns and yard looking neatly<br />

trimmed.<br />

Her life was dedicated to raising her<br />

children and helping family. Many<br />

hours were spent making pies,<br />

washing and ironing clothes. She<br />

helped Delford with the farm work and<br />

was always trying to be a good<br />

neighbour.<br />

Love, patience, kindness, hard word<br />

and understanding plus a strong belief<br />

were some of the very important<br />

values she instilled in her children.<br />

There was never a dull moment in<br />

her life on the farm or when she lived<br />

in the Consort Villa and then continued<br />

to Extendicare Michener Hill,<br />

Red Deer, Ab.<br />

She continued gathering friends and<br />

attending church, card games, bingo<br />

and music programs. She made the<br />

most of her life despite many, many<br />

hardships, one of which was kidney<br />

dialysis at the Red Deer Hospital three<br />

times a week.<br />

She will be forever missed and never<br />

forgotten as she holds a special place<br />

in our hearts. She always had wings<br />

and now she can fly.<br />

Forever missed by her loving family:<br />

children: Gloria Beebe Preston of<br />

Creston, B.C., Dale Beebe of Canyon,<br />

B.C., Ken Beebe of Calgary, Bernie<br />

Canada Day Flag<br />

June 30, deadline Mon. June 27.<br />

$27 (includes GST)<br />

Contact 403-578-4111<br />

(Charlotte) Beebe of Beaver<br />

Lodge, Ab., Lane Beebe of<br />

Nose Hills, Ab. and Gayle<br />

(David) Trout of Cochrane,<br />

Ab.<br />

Her 11 grandchildren are:<br />

Michael (Linda)<br />

Preston, Darla<br />

Preston, Trina (James)<br />

Moberg, Lindsay<br />

Beebe (Graham),<br />

Kaylee Beebe (Justin),<br />

Brandon Beebe,<br />

Ashley Dingerville,<br />

Marissa Beebe, Brooke<br />

Beebe, Erin Trout and<br />

Austin Trout.<br />

Her nine great<br />

grandchildren include:<br />

Cooper, Robert,<br />

Keanna, Ryder, Amber,<br />

Braxton, Tanner, Bryden<br />

and Kendall.<br />

She is also survived by<br />

her brother Pat<br />

(Joanne) Davis;<br />

sisters-in-law<br />

Jeanette Davis<br />

and Gene Davis;<br />

brothers-in-law<br />

Bud Devey and<br />

Ernest Monagle;<br />

nieces, nephews;<br />

other family members<br />

and many<br />

dear friends.<br />

A funeral service<br />

for the late<br />

Alice Beebe was<br />

held on Mon., May<br />

30, 2016 at Corpus<br />

Christi Catholic<br />

Church in<br />

Consort, Ab. with<br />

Father Leon Kler<br />

officiating.<br />

Loving words of<br />

remembrance<br />

were given by<br />

grandchildren<br />

Darla Preston,<br />

Erin Trout and<br />

Mike Preston.<br />

Marilyn Long<br />

shared her gift of<br />

music as pianist<br />

and leader of song. Readers<br />

were Martha Oxamitny and<br />

Gordon Long.<br />

Alice was laid to rest in<br />

Veteran Cemetery, Veteran,<br />

Ab. beside her husband<br />

Delford Beebe.<br />

Donations in memory of<br />

Alice are gratefully<br />

accepted to a charity of your<br />

choice c/o Parkview Funeral<br />

Chapels & Crematorium,<br />

Box 186, Castor, Alberta T0C<br />

0X0, 403-578-3777, who were<br />

entrusted with the care and<br />

funeral arrangements. To<br />

send or view condolences to<br />

the family, please visit www.<br />

parkviewfuneralchapels.<br />

com.<br />

Card of Thanks<br />

Thanks to all her caregivers<br />

and a special thanks<br />

“Farmers Serving Farmers”<br />

• Various older vehicles for parts or<br />

rebuilding<br />

• Arctic Cat 400 Quad 4X4 Speedrack<br />

• 1975 Ford F100 Supercab<br />

• 1963 Chev 3 ton, wood box & hoist. Needs<br />

clutch repair.<br />

TILLAGE & SEEDING:<br />

• Case IH 5600 Cultivator, 40’, c/w Flexi-Coil<br />

3 bar mounted harrows<br />

• Flexi Coil System 95 - 50’ Harrow Packer<br />

• Harmon Rockomatic Rock Picker<br />

• MF 360 Discer, 2 - 15’ in tandem<br />

• MF 36 - 18’ discer<br />

• Morris 19’ Cultivator, c/w 3 bar mounted<br />

• 5 - 6’ P20-4 Flexi Coil Packers<br />

Robin FEL & bucket<br />

• 3 - 4’ Flexi Coil Packers<br />

GRAIN TRUCK, VEHICLES & ATV: • 4 - 4’ coil packers<br />

• 1981 International S1900 Diesel Tandem, • Mel-Cam hyd. rock bucket<br />

needs to Parkview<br />

3208 Cat, 10.00 X R 20 tires, Allison 5 • Harmon 8’ Swath Roller<br />

speed auto., 18’ steel Funeral box & hoist, roll tarp, Chapel GRAIN LOADERS: for a job<br />

plumbed for drill fill., 173,230 kms.<br />

• Farm King 10” X 60’ Swing Auger<br />

• 1987 Ford F 150, 2WD, well 176,589 kms done and • Sakundiak all HD7-1200 their 7” X 35’ help. Auger c/w<br />

• 1990 Ford F150, 4X4 ext. cab, 206,682 kms. Kohler 14 hp engine & elect. start<br />

REMINDER<br />

Joan Rossler & David Marlowe<br />

UNRESERVED FARM AUCTION<br />

Hanna, AB<br />

Lunch Available<br />

Saturday, June 11, 2016 at 10 am<br />

Guest Consigners: Jules & Sylvia Bisbois<br />

(403-854-8179 or 403-854-2352), Betty Olmstead, Ken Sauter<br />

Directions: From Hanna AB North on Hwy. 36 to GardenPlain Community Hall, cont.<br />

3.3 kms to Buchan Rd. (TWP 34-2) & 4.3 kms East to yard #13325 (watch for signs)<br />

Owners contact: 403-854-2445 or 403-854-6345<br />

Listing & pics can be found at www.charltonauction.com<br />

Office 403-362-2972 Auctioneers cell 403-793-9988<br />

27th Annual Pre Summer<br />

Equipment Consignment<br />

AUCTION<br />

SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 2016 @ 9 AM<br />

MONTGOMERY AUCTION SALES CENTRE<br />

1 Miles North of Blackfalds on Hwy 2A, 2 Miles East on Lakeside Sargent Road<br />

9am - Misc 9:30am - Lawn & Garden<br />

10:00am - Lumber 1pm - Machinery<br />

Selling Tractors, Farm Machinery, 3pt Equipment, Skid Steer<br />

Attachments, Trucks, Vehicles, Classic Cars, ATV’s, RV’s,<br />

Boats, Equipment & Enclosed Trailers, Skid Shack,<br />

Commercial Storage Canopies & Party Tents, Livestock<br />

Equipment, Lumber & Trusses, Lawn & Garden Equipment &<br />

Supplies, Trees, Wine Making Supplies, Tools & Misc.<br />

TERMS: CASH/CHEQUE/C/CARD Subject to Additions & Deletions<br />

See www.montgomeryauctions.com for full listing and pictures.<br />

MONTGOMERY<br />

AUCTION SERVICES LTD.<br />

www.montgomeryauctions.com • BLACKFALDS, AB. • 403-885-5149 • 1-800-371-6963<br />

Co-sponsored by<br />

to the Red Deer Dialysis<br />

Unit for all their care and<br />

attention to our mother’s<br />

• Brandt 7” X 35’<br />

engine, elect. sta<br />

• Walinga 510 Std<br />

GRAIN BINS:<br />

• #1 GSI 4200 bus<br />

• #2 Westeel Ros<br />

• #3 UFA 2750 bu<br />

• #4 Westeel Ros<br />

• #5 Westeel Ros<br />

• #6 UFA 1750 bu<br />

• #7 Westeel Ros<br />

(located off farm)<br />

• #8 Westeel Ros<br />

(located off farm)<br />

TANKS & MISC<br />

• Westward end-g<br />

• Degelman 9’ do<br />

• 4 - 20.8 X 34 tire<br />

• 150 gal. poly wa<br />

• 2-500, 1-1000, 2<br />

• 3 elect. fuel pum<br />

• 4 slip tanks<br />

• Kirby straw & c<br />

• Round Galvaniz<br />

SHOP & FARMI<br />

• Pro Air II air com<br />

• Battery Charger<br />

Jeff & Sheryl<br />

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Stettler, AB 403-742-1300<br />

Building buildings for building herds<br />

Shelters and sheds for livestock beds<br />

Stettler<br />

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403-742-5025<br />

Savings in Every Aisle!<br />

• Specializing in Repairs to<br />

ALL Makes & Models<br />

of RVs & Trailers<br />

• Full selection of RV<br />

Parts & Accessories<br />

• RV Storage<br />

403 742 5667<br />

44 Ave.<br />

generationsrv@gmail.com<br />

Welcome to the<br />

Stettler Steel Wheel<br />

Stampede<br />

Monday-Friday<br />

7:30 am - 5:30 pm<br />

Saturday<br />

8:00 am - 2:00 pm<br />

After hours, call<br />

1-800-661-8473<br />

Welcome all<br />

Rodeo<br />

contestants<br />

and fans<br />

STETTLER<br />

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Welcome to the Stampede<br />

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-ACCESSORIES -YAMAHA GOLF CARTS<br />

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Email: mike@highway12sales.com<br />

Financing Available o.a.c<br />

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Stettler Steel Wheel Stampede<br />

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55 Ave.<br />

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Spruce<br />

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52 St.<br />

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50 St.<br />

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BAGSHAW ELECTRIC LTD.<br />

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We have WIRE!<br />

- Household NMD<br />

- Underground NMW and USEB<br />

- Metal Jacket BX and Teck<br />

- Cable, internet, telephone & thermostat<br />

- Single conductor RW90<br />

- Ground wire<br />

- Well wire<br />

- Extension cord wire (and cord ends)<br />

- Welding/grounding cable and more<br />

Many sizes in stock,<br />

and most other are next day delivery.<br />

Competitive prices.<br />

Cut to any length you need or by the roll<br />

Welcome Rodeo Contestants & Fans!<br />

Adrienne Copeland, owner<br />

Certified Dog Trainer, Dealing with Difficult Dogs Certificate,<br />

International Association of Canine Professionals Member,<br />

Pet First Aid, Behaviouralist<br />

Educational Dog Daycare, Boarding,<br />

Training & Rehabilitation<br />

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Ave. Cl.<br />

48 St.<br />

Good Luck<br />

Rodeo<br />

Contestants<br />

53 53<br />

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YOUR SPECIALIST FOR<br />

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window flooring furnishings<br />

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wall<br />

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coverings<br />

coverings lighting<br />

paint & accessories lighting interior design<br />

interior interior design<br />

No job is too small...call Cold Lake or stop by for all your welding needs:<br />

Custom Projects - Farm Repairs - Commercial - Residential<br />

Migratory Bird<br />

Refuge<br />

In shop or portable services available.<br />

We also carry a large inventory of steel.<br />

Welcome all to the<br />

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Hwy. 12<br />

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Don't forget about our Trucking Division: picker, winch,<br />

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Stettler Steel Wheel Stampede<br />

Crisis Aid Program<br />

Fundraiser<br />

PANCAKE BREAKFAST<br />

Saturday, June 11<br />

8 am - 10 am @ Brenda’s Cozy Cafe<br />

This is a by donation event and all proceeds will go to the Crisis Aid Program<br />

Brenda’s Cozy Cafe<br />

4913 - 50 th St. Stettler, AB 403-742-8166<br />

Summer hours for July & August<br />

Mon. - Fri. 8 am - 3 pm<br />

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rights-of-way<br />

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the Purchase of a Trailer<br />

Government of Alberta press release<br />

Previously, the deadline to cut and<br />

remove hay from those rights-of-way<br />

was July 15. The deadline has been<br />

extended to August 15 and September<br />

15, depending on the region.<br />

The deadlines have been staggered<br />

to account for varied growing conditions<br />

across Alberta. Farmers and<br />

landowners are advised to check with<br />

their local Alberta Transportation<br />

office to determine which date applies.<br />

Farmers and landowners are also<br />

advised that:<br />

Haying permits are free and available<br />

at local Alberta Transportation<br />

offices.<br />

During haying operations, all bales<br />

and equipment within the highway<br />

right-of-way must be stored as far from<br />

the highway as possible.<br />

All bales and equipment must be<br />

removed from the highway right-ofway<br />

by the applicable deadline.<br />

Due to the potential hazards of<br />

working within the highway right-ofway,<br />

insurance may also be required.<br />

Alberta Transportation encourages<br />

landowners to use the hay in provincial<br />

highway rights-of-way for their<br />

personal use.<br />

check us out online<br />

www.ECAreview.com<br />

Hay permits allow Alberta<br />

Transportation to monitor and coordinate<br />

haying with other activities that<br />

may occur within the highway rightof-way,<br />

including construction or<br />

operational activities performed by<br />

highway maintenance contractors.<br />

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Donate 10% of retail parts sold in<br />

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Donate $500 from every RV sold at<br />

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So who will it be? The<br />

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McIlroy won the Irish Open — the<br />

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all the negativity associated<br />

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Augusta in April that handed the<br />

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Now that McIlroy’s ankle is fixed,<br />

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my followers want<br />

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PRAIRIESKY Royalty<br />

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5 PARCELS of farmland<br />

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All West Realty Ltd.,<br />

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ESTATE OF David<br />

Campbell offers the<br />

following parcels of<br />

land for sale. SW 8,<br />

Range 22, Township<br />

33, W4 assessed at<br />

$500,000. SE 32,<br />

Range 22, Township<br />

32, W4 assessed at<br />

$615,000 (some surface<br />

revenue). Both<br />

parcels are 160<br />

acres more or less<br />

and are rented for<br />

the 2016 season.<br />

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that is at assessed<br />

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Mobile Homes<br />

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Sale by tender, closing<br />

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had a feudal order with zero growth,<br />

long work days and short lifespans.<br />

Under Capitalism output has<br />

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halved and lifespans have doubled.<br />

Life is good. Except where capitalism<br />

isn’t practiced. One of the goals of the<br />

recent Paris meeting was to change<br />

the economic model that has been so<br />

successful for the last century and a<br />

half.<br />

If the governments of Alberta,<br />

Ontario and Canada were honest, they<br />

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down the consumption of resources,<br />

decreasing world population and<br />

making everyone more equal. They<br />

instead accomplish all those things in<br />

the name of stopping climate change.<br />

Well I guess Trudeau did say he<br />

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Turn to Quit, Pg 16<br />

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16 J u n e 9 ' 1 6 C o r o n a t i o n / S t e t t l e r , A b . R e a l E s t a t e / H o m e s<br />

E C A r e v i e w<br />

3” wide version<br />

Quit taking things for granted<br />

Cont’d from Pg 15<br />

No one is building<br />

either wind turbines or<br />

solar farms without government<br />

subsidies and<br />

carbon offset credits.<br />

Current policies are<br />

leading us to bigger governments<br />

and weaker<br />

economies. If we’re content<br />

with the direction<br />

climate change policy is<br />

taking us, i.e. less jobs,<br />

higher costs and lower<br />

standards of living, then<br />

I guess we have the right<br />

governments in place, be<br />

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Resources will be allocated<br />

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market demand.<br />

Creative minds will find<br />

alternative sources for<br />

scarce resources if given<br />

some freedom to do so.<br />

The humanitarian thing<br />

to do is get out of the way<br />

and let entrepreneurs<br />

find a way to feed the<br />

world without putting<br />

road blocks in their way.<br />

I believe conservatives<br />

have been complacent<br />

over the years and the<br />

left has blown past us.<br />

We need to be more<br />

vigilant and quit taking<br />

things for granted.<br />

They are in power<br />

now. Nothing we can do<br />

about that till next election.<br />

They actually<br />

believe they are moving<br />

us forward. Anger, frustration<br />

and sarcasm<br />

won’t get them out.<br />

Hopefully as people<br />

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prices they get the message<br />

but let’s not take<br />

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We need to educate<br />

common sense people.<br />

The lefties are probably a<br />

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I heard a great story<br />

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mad tell him a lie.<br />

If you want to<br />

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Licensed by Real Estate Council of Alberta<br />

PAYMENT<br />

$ 10,000 $45.75<br />

$ 20,000 $91.50<br />

$ 50,000 $228.74<br />

$100,000 $457.48<br />

$200,000 $914.97<br />

$300,000 $1,372.45<br />

$400,000 $1,829.93<br />

$500,000 $2,287.42<br />

Call Dale Field<br />

1-866-880-8829<br />

Email: dalefield@mcsnet.ca<br />

www.northernalbertamortgages.ca<br />

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