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KOROLEK - Frances Korolek (nee
Shewchuk) of Theodore, SK,
passed
away
peacefully
on
October 14, 2014 at the Malinowski
House (Yorkton Village, Yorkton &
District Nursing Home). She was
born on July 22, 1925, the eighth
child of Eli and Waselka (nee
Kostachuk) Shewchuk of West Bend,
SK. Frances grew up during the
depression years when life was
hard. She attended Aysgarth
School, completing Grade Eight.
Some of her memories of her
school years were: walking three
miles to school; going to school
during a thunderstorm and having
to cross a fence before lightning
struck again; and her family being
called “Galicians” because they
were Ukrainian. Frances met John
Korolek while visiting her sister,
Mary. Mary’s husband, John
Malinowski and John Korolek were
school
friends.
After
eight
months
of
courtship,
they
got married on July 17, 1943
at the farm of Steve and Patty Korolek. Frances and John then
moved to a farm five miles northeast of Theodore. Their first
house was a one room building made of logs, 14 feet by 14 feet. When
the children started coming, they built a second house where they raised
their five children. In 1982, John and Frances moved into Theodore. John
passed away on October 13, 1996 and Frances continued to live there
until she moved into Malinowski House in February of 2013. Frances
grew a weedless but bountiful garden. She baked bread, cooked six
meals a day and milked cows, all on the same day as a gang of six to
eight men were threshing grain at her place. Company at her farm, at all
hours of the day or night, was a familiar sight and she always put on the
coffee pot with a tasty meal. Many hours of playing cards, “King Pedro”,
with the neighbours were enjoyed by all. Throughout her life, Frances
shared her great love for her children and grandchildren but when the
great-grandchildren started arriving, her comment was “I’M OLD”. She
kept saying this until two days before her passing. Frances’ life slid quickly
downhill after she broke her hip in August of 2014. She will be remembered
for her love for her family, her precise, “everything in order ways”
and how certain personal items were very important to her. Frances was
predeceased by her husband, John (1996); two children, one in infancy
(1957) and a daughter, Caroline (1953); mother, Waselka (1949); father,
Eli (1972); sisters, Jennie (1929), Doris (1989), Anne (1988), Mary
(1998), Rose (2012) and Jean (2012); brothers, John (2001), Bill (2000)
and Matt (2000). Frances is survived by her children, Chris (Robina),
Mervin (Caroline), Rodney (Cathy) and Cherise (Larry) Husulak and one
sister, Lena Antonishyn; 10 grandchildren, 21 great-grandchildren and
numerous nieces and nephews. Prayers were held on Sunday, October 19,
2014 and the Funeral Service was held on Monday, October 20, 2014.
Both services were held from the Chapel of Christie’s Funeral Home in
Yorkton, SK with the Very Reverend Father Mel Slashinsky officiating.
The Cantor, Gerald Yaholnitsky was assisted by members of the church
choir. The Cross Bearer was Rochelle Berrns. Following a luncheon in
the Gunn Reception Room at Christie’s Funeral Home, the Interment
Service took place in St. John’s Ukrainian Orthodox Riverside Parish
Cemetery with Tyler Husulak, Derek Berrns, Kelsey Valuck, Shaylee Valuck,
Robert Cross and Deron Malinowsky serving as the casket bearers.
Friends so wishing may make donations in Frances’s name to St. John’s
Ukrainian Orthodox Riverside Parish Cemetery as tokens of remembrance.
Friends so wishing may forward their condolences to the family
by visiting www.christiesfuneralhome.com. Funeral arrangements were
entrusted to Christie’s Funeral Home & Crematorium, Yorkton,
Saskatchewan.
WATRYCH - Born Martha Kathryn
Judith Irvine in Kelvington, SK on
February 28, 1944, Judy was the
oldest child of Forbes and Marie
Irvine (Gugins). Judy grew up and
attended school in Kelvington and
Gilbert Plains MB before moving to
Saltcoats in 1957 where she
attended Saltcoats Elementary and
High school meeting many lifelong
friends. Judy married John Harry
Watrych on January 26, 1962. The
newlywed couple moved to the
Outlook area for a short period
before settling in the Bredenbury
area where they started farming.
They were blessed with three
children, a daughter, Valerie and two
sons, Greg and Stephen. In 1971
the family moved to Calgary,
where Judy took on various jobs to
help with the family income. Judy
enjoyed camping with family and
friends and many weekends were
spent taking the trailer out to
Drumheller, Pine Lake, Elbow Valley
and the mountains west of Calgary.
In 1982, Judy, John and their youngest son, Stephen moved back to the
Saltcoats area to an acreage in the Perley district. This is where Judy
developed a deeper love of music and learned to play the
banjo and guitar. She was actively involved in the community
and enjoyed participating in the community socials at the
Perley school. Judy took a job at Lakeside Manor Care Home in Saltcoats
where she was inspired to go back to school and receive her Special
Care Aid certificate. Judy worked at the Saltcoats care-home until her
retirement in 2001. On June 27, 1999, the family lost their husband and
father, John. This transition was very difficult for Judy but she was always
grateful for the support she received from friends and family. In 2002,
Judy moved into the town of Saltcoats and loved her little house on Allen
Street. In 2003, Judy was diagnosed with breast cancer and spent the
next couple of years battling and finally beating the disease. Life
continued to be hard and Judy struggled with other health issues over the
years. The best times for Judy were with family and friends around the
fire pit or at the campsite, playing cards and get-togethers. Her favorite
times always seemed to start with “remember when…”. Judy was blessed
with three children, two sons-in-law and two grandsons, who she
treasured and adored and never missed an opportunity to tell others about.
The family is confident that her friends have all heard repeatedly how
wonderful they are. In early February of 2014, Judy was diagnosed with
ovarian cancer. She spent the next eight months battling bravely, however
Judy finally succumbed to her illness on October 12, 2014. Judy was
predeceased by her husband, John (1999), her father, Forbes (1978) and
her brothers, David (1946) and Doug (1969). Judy leaves to cherish her
memory, daughter, Valerie Spencer (Vaughan); sons, Greg (Nelson) and
Stephen; grandsons, Justin and Michael; mother, Marie Irvine; brothers,
Larry, Les (Emilie), Don (Nitasha) and sisters, Susan (Charles) Rowley,
Eileen (Larry) Gulak and their families; brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law,
Eva (Chris), Sue (Jack), Alfred, Dennis (Val) and families, as well as
numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Funeral
Services were held on Saturday, October 18, 2014 from the Saltcoats
Community Hall, Saltcoats, SK with Reverend Walter Farquharson
officiating. The organist, Ruth Datema, led the congregation in the singing of
the hymns, “All Things Bright and Beautiful”, “Jesus, You Have Come to
the Lakeshore” and “Would You Bless our Homes and Families”. Special
Music was shared by Linda Datema and Connie Taylor, accompanied by
Teresa Laycock, who sang “One Day at a Time”. The Cremation Committal
followed in the Saltcoats Town Cemetery with Judy’s children, Valerie,
Gregory and Stephen serving as the urn bearers. Friends so wishing may
forward their condolences to the family by visiting www.christiesfuneralhome.
com. Funeral arrangements were entrusted to Christie’s Funeral
Home & Crematorium, Yorkton, Saskatchewan.
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YUZYK - Mr. Frank Yuzyk of
Calgary, AB, formerly of Yorkton and
the Kamsack district passed away
on September 26, 2014 at his
home. He was 62 years of age.
Frank Edward Yuzyk, the eldest
son of the late Albin and Mary
Yuzyk of Kamsack was born May
14, 1952 and was raised on the
family farm in the Verigin area. He
completed grades 1-12 in Kamsack.
After
graduating
from
high
school in 1970 Frank got a job in
Kamsack at the local hardware
store. A few years passed by and
Frank moved to Yorkton where he
worked at Morris and made some
very good friends whom he stayed
in touch with over the years. It was
then that he met Brenda Holowatuk
who he later married. Frank
decided he wanted to try a career
in banking and a position came up
in Stony Plain, AB which started
his career with the Credit Union.
From there Frank took a branch
manager position in Onoway, AB
where they resided for a number of
years. This is where his daughter Krista was born. As the years went on
Frank found himself with various management positions within Credit
Unions until he settled in Calgary, AB where he took a position in insurance
at the Cooperators. Frank lived in Calgary until his sudden passing. Frank
enjoyed camping, fishing and wasn’t too bad at golf. He always had his
camera with him and photography was one of his passions. He also had a
love for vehicles and spent many hours working on cars. He was an
active member of the hot rod club in Calgary. Frank’s house in Tisdale, SK
was always brightly lit up at Christmas and the snow forts he built for
Krista were truly amazing. Frank will always be remembered as a kind and
caring person. He enjoyed socializing with his friends over cold beverages
and card games. Frank’s latest greatest passion was for his granddaughters. This was evident in the countless conversations they shared
over the phone and the joy in his eyes when he got to see them this past
summer. Frank was predeceased by his parents Albin and Mary Yuzyk.
He is survived by his daughter Krista and fiancé Jon Malcolm along with
three beautiful granddaughters Bailey, Laila and Sofia. His brother Bill
and wife Lorraine; niece Rachelle, her husband Justin and son Lyle and
nephew David of Saskatoon, SK. His brother Leonard and wife Karen;
niece Kristin and nephew Tyler of Winnipeg, MB. The Funeral Service
was held on Friday, October 17, 2014 at St. Gerard’s Roman Catholic
Church in Yorkton with Rev. Father Francis Hengen officiating. The
organist, Pamela Yaremko led members of St. Gerard’s choir in the singing
of the hymns, Be Not Afraid, Psalm 23, Song of the Angels and Amazing
Grace. The cross bearer was Laila Pawlik and the readers were Sheila
Flahr & Bailey Pawlik. The interment took place in the family plot at Yorkton
City Cemetery. Memorials honouring Frank’s life may be made to the
MS Society. Condolences can be sent to the family at www.baileysfuneralhome.
com Funeral arrangements were in care of:
KINDRATSKY - It is with great
sadness that we announce the
passing of Ilona, after a long and
courageous battle with cancer.
Ilona, wife, mother and grandmother
passed away on October 7, 2014
at the Yorkton Regional Health
Centre, Yorkton, SK. Ilona was
born on November 19, 1942 in
Yorkton, the daughter of William
and Nellie (nee Barteluk) Lozinski.
She received her elementary
school education at Moss Lake
and North Willow Grove schools.
She took her high school education
at the Norquay High School
and graduated in 1960. Ilona
enrolled in the School of Nursing at
the University of Saskatchewan.
She then completed her practical
nursing in Yorkton and graduated
as a registered nurse in 1966. On
October 9, 1966, Ilona married
Nestor Kindratsky at St. Thomas
Roman Catholic Church in Norquay,
SK. They made their home
in Yorkton and were blessed with
three children, Karen, Lorie and Robert. Ilona loved nursing and worked
in many wards at the Yorkton Regional Health Centre. Ilona retired in
December of 2007 and in February of 2008 was diagnosed with cancer.
After months of treatment, Ilona came home to recuperate but this did not
stop her from travelling with her daughter, Lorie to watch Figure Skating
Championships. She enjoyed watching curling and was a season ticket
holder with the Yorkton Terriers. Most of all she enjoyed spending time
with her family and most especially her granddaughters, Julia, Jessica
and Jenna. Ilona had a strong faith which gave her a great deal of
strength during her battle with cancer. Ilona was predeceased by her
parents, William and Nellie Lozinski and her in-laws, Joseph and Anna
Kindratsky. She leaves to treasure her memory and mourn her loss, her
husband, Nestor; her son, Robert; her daughters, Karen and Lorie; her
granddaughters, Julia, Jessica and Jenna; her sisters-in-law, Mary Ann
Kindratsky, Ellie Kilmister, Vicky Tanton and Evelyn Banks; her brothersin-law, Victor Kindratsky and Jim Bracken as well as many cousins,
nieces, nephews and friends. The family wishes to extend their sincere
appreciation to the staff of 2nd South, and Ilona’s nursing friends and former
co-workers for all the compassion and care they gave her during her final
days. The Prayer Vigil Service was held on Monday, October 13, 2014
from St. Gerard’s Roman Catholic Church in Yorkton, SK with Father
Francis Hengen officiating. The pianist, Lorraine Lysak, led members of
the music ministry team and the congregation in the singing of the hymns,
“Prayer of St. Francis”, “Psalm 23” and “Amazing Grace”. The Funeral
Mass was celebrated on Tuesday, October 14, 2014 from St. Gerard’s
Roman Catholic Church with Father Francis Hengen as the Celebrant.
The pianist, Pamela Yaremko, led the singing of the hymns, “Be Not
Afraid”, “Psalm 33”, “You Are Near”, “Come to Me”, “May Flights of Angels”
and “Christ Be Our Light”. Following a reception in St. Gerard’s Parish
Complex, the Interment Service was held at the Canora Town Cemetery,
Canora, SK with Mitch Koroluk, Greg Bucsis, Kevin Yurkiw, Brent
Vanin, John Banks and Jim Kilmister serving as the casket bearers.
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TODOSCHUK - Mrs. Elsie Todoschuk, resident of Kamsack, SK,
widow of John Todoschuk, entered
eternal rest peacefully in her sleep
on October 6, 2014, at the age of
82. Elsie Todoschuk was born
June 10, 1932 on the family farm
in Stornoway, SK. She was the
daughter of Ted and Mary (Griff)
Matechuk. She received her
education at New Canadian School. In
1950 she was united in marriage
to John Todoschuk and farmed in
the Verigin district. Elsie remained
on the farm until 2010 when she
moved into the Eaglestone Lodge
until her passing. She was devoted
to her family and took time to
teach her grandchildren to knit,
hobbies and play cards. Her hobbies
were gardening, cooking and
quilting. Elsie leaves to cherish her
memory, her children Richard and
Shirley Todoschuk of Winnipeg,
Ernest and Mavis Todoschuk of
Regina, Johnny and Debbie
Todoschuk of Regina and Anthony
and Cheryl Todoschuk of Verigin;
sister Pearl Kitzul of Swan River, MB; thirteen grandchildren and eighteen
great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. Elsie was
predeceased by her husband John in 1998, parents Ted Matechuk in 1975 and
Mary Matechuk in 1954, daughter Shirley in 1950, son Harold in 1995,
granddaughter Angelica in 1997 and great-granddaughter Avery in 1999;
sisters, Emily Sasyniuk in 1965 and Lena Bodnaryk in 2012. Prayers
were held Monday, October 13, 2014 and the Funeral Service on Tuesday,
October 14, 2014 at Holy Transfiguration Ukrainian Orthodox Church
in Yorkton with Very Rev. Father Mel Slashinsky officiating. The responses
were led by Gerald Yaholnitsky & parish choir members. The cross
bearer was Michelle Stephens. Honourary Bearers were Erica Pellerin,
Michealine Karpen, Kristy Poulin, Ashley Wigmore, Nike-Lynn Reed and
Teawna Todoschuk. The interment took place in the Garden of Crucifixion
at Yorkton Memorial Gardens with Warren Todoschuk, Tammy Mitchell,
Jamie Todoschuk, Jody Todoschuk, Evan Todoschuk and Kolton Todoschuk
serving as the casket bearers. Memorials honouring Elsie’s life may
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AICHELE - Mr. Helmut Aichele of
Yorkton, formerly of the Saltcoats
district, beloved husband of Iris
Aichele passed away at the Yorkton
Regional Health Centre on Thursday,
October 9, 2014 at the age of
82 years, with family at his side.
Helmut Milton Aichele was born on
April 13, 1932 in the Otthon District.
He was the fifth of nine children,
born to William and Huldina
Aichele. Helmut was raised and
attended school in the Fone Hill and
Otthon districts. Helmut grew up
working on and off the farm helping
to provide for his parents and
siblings. In 1962, Helmut left home
to attend Canadian Nazarene
College in Winnipeg, MB for one
semester. He later returned to
Saltcoats where he worked with his
brother Walter on the family farm.
Helmut accepted the Lord as his
personal Saviour at a young age.
He was a member of the Church of
the Nazarene in Saltcoats where
he faithfully served in a variety of
positions for many years. Helmut
and Iris were united in marriage on July 9, 1977. Together, with Iris’ three
children, they continued farming on the home quarter near Saltcoats. In
2011, Milton and Iris sold the farm and moved to Yorkton where they
resided together until Milton’s declining health necessitated a move to the
Theodore Health Centre in April 2014. He resided there until his passing.
Helmut was predeceased by his mother Huldina, father William, brothers
Alfred, Alvin and Walter, sisters Selma and Lorraine, sister-in-law Dorothy
Aichele, brothers-in-law Nick Protsko and Harland Geiger. He will be
lovingly remembered by his wife Iris of Yorkton, SK; step-daughter Sharon
Airriess of Sylvan Lake, AB; step-daughter Diane (John) Marshall of Dauphin,
MB; step-son Kevin of Winnipeg, MB; son-in-law Stephen Airriess of
Spruce View, AB; grandchildren Nathan (Paige) Airriess of Red Deer, AB;
Jordan Airriess and partner Alexandria Adam of Stony Plain, AB; Jessica
and Meghan Airriess of Spruce View, AB; Logan, Joshua and Matthew
Marshall of Dauphin, MB; great-grandchildren Lincoln Airriess of Red
Deer, AB and Sierra Adam of Stony Plain, AB; brother Ed (Joyce) Aichele
of Yorkton, SK; sister Alice (Cecil) Geiger of Three Hills, AB; brother Irwin
(Esther) Aichele of Calgary, AB; sisters-in-law Emma Aichele of Langley,
BC and June Aichele of Calgary, AB; as well as numerous nieces,
nephews, cousins, neighbours and special friends. He will be missed by all.
The Funeral Service was held on Thursday, October 16, 2014 at Yorkton
Memorial Gardens Family Centre with Rev. Rick Gibson officiating. The
organist, Amanda Buhler led the congregation in the singing of the
hymns, ‘My Jesus, I Love Thee’, ‘What a Friend We Have in Jesus’ and
‘What a Day That Will Be’. The eulogy was given by daughter, Sharon
and a tribute was shared by son, Kevin. A special musical selection,
‘Because He Lives’ was sung by the children, Kevin, Diane and Logan. The
interment took place in the family plot in the Garden of St. Matthew at
Yorkton Memorial Gardens with Nathan Airriess, Jordan Airriess,
Wally Bowlin, Dennis Aichele, Tony Tarabokija and John Protsko serving
as the casket bearers. Memorials honouring Helmut’s life may be made to
Gideon’s International or the Theodore Health Centre. Condolences can
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RIEDER - It is with extreme sadness
to announce the sudden, yet
peaceful, passing of our beloved
husband, father, grandfather, uncle,
son, brother and friend Darrell
Richard Rieder. Darrell passed
away peacefully in his home
(Southey, SK) at the age of 57 on
October 8, 2014. Darrell was born
in Yorkton, SK on November 20,
1956. In 1977, Darrell caught the
eye of Joyce (nee Peel) of Foam
Lake, SK and they were married in
1978. In 1979, they were blessed
with the birth of their daughter
Lisa. In 1981, they were blessed
again with the birth of their second
daughter Colleen. In 1978, he
started work with the Saskatchewan
Wheat Pool where he worked
until his retirement until 2007. Darrell
also farmed with his father until
2012. Darrell fully retired and sold
the farm shortly after the passing
of his father in 2012. Despite
holding two full-time jobs for over 30
years, Darrell always made time to
be involved with his daughters’
activities and completing his wife’s endless To Do lists. Darrell will forever
be remembered for his farmer’s love of the Weather Network, coffee row
at the local coffee shop, wise cracks and shenanigans after Thursday
night curling, Southey and Buylea Lions Club functions and local Southey
Marlin hockey games. Darrell’s recent hobbies alongside his wife included
travel to several countries around the world, cottage life at Collingwood
Lakeshore Estates near Strasbourg and snowbird life at their home in
Poinciana, FLA. His grandson Levi loved to play and tease his Grandpa
and Darrell loved to tease and spoil his grandson. A recent trip to
“Mickey’s House” with Grandpa will forever remain with his grandson. His
jovial spirit and wisecracks to young and old will forever be missed. Darrell
worked hard and played hard. His love for his family and friends will
forever be imprinted in the memories of those left behind. Darrell was
predeceased by his father, William Rieder (2012) and in-laws Dorothy (2000)
and John (2009) Peel. He is survived by his loving wife, Joyce; daughter
Lisa (Andy) Grudnizki; grandson Levi Grudnizki; daughter Colleen (Cam
McGeogh); mother Olga Rieder; sister Linda (Brad) Ouart and Pamela
(Dennis) and Tyler (Brit); sister Leslie (Dale) LeBlue, Dion (Skyler), Allanah
(Kyle) and great-niece Brynn; sister-in-law Joan (Hans Arne) Hansen;
Inga-Lisa (Peter) and great-niece Alina; and Liv-Anita as well as aunts,
uncles, cousins and numerous friends. Flowers declined with donations
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13 at 2:00 PM.
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PLAN OF THE WEEK
PLAN NUMBER 1-3631
DRAMATIC ENTRY
HOME
Among the many
striking attributes of this
three-bedroom family
home is a dramatic entry,
a 13-foot-high porch
flanked by wooden pilasters set on river-rock
bases, that leads into an
open-plan great-room/
dining-room/kitchen with
a vaulted ceiling.
The great room features a gas fireplace set
at an angle into one corner so that it will also
warm the dining room
and kitchen area, making
this a popular spot for
family gatherings during
the cooler months. A half-
wall surrounds a handy
desk that is located near
the coat cupboard.
In the summer, the
sundeck beyond the great
room window – reached
via the dining room – will
provide the ideal spot for
al fresco meals. Part of
the sundeck is covered,
offering the possibility of
year-round grilling.
The kitchen is separated from the great
room by a four-seat eating bar and work island.
Set into the work island,
the kitchen sink’s placement will allow the cook
to participate in activities in the great room. A
capacious walk-in pantry
is located in one corner.
The L-shaped counter
configuration will save
steps during meal preparation.
The master suite,
with a wall of windows
overlooking the deck
and beyond to the back
garden, will be flooded
with natural light. A
roomy ensuite includes
double basins with generous counter space and
a separate shower stall,
as well as a soaker tub
located by a window
overlooking the side
garden. A roomy walkin closet completes the
suite’s amenities.
The second bedroom,
overlooking the back garden, is separated from
the third bedroom by a
three-piece bathroom.
The third bedroom features a partly vaulted
ceiling and an extra-wide
window sill.
To the right of the
foyer is an L-shaped
staircase that leads to
the unfinished basement
included in the plans. To
the left of the foyer is the
laundry room, which –
with access to the double
garage and a coat closet
– will double as a mud
room. Ceilings throughout are 9 feet high, except
where noted.
Exterior
finishes
include horizontal and
vertical siding, stone
accents, decorative bracing in the gables, mullioned windows and tall
wooden pilasters with
stone bases. Barn-style
garage doors lend an air
of country class to the
home, which measures
48 feet wide and 54 feet
deep, for a total of 1540
square feet.
Plans for design 1-3631 are available for $695
(set of 5), $790(set of 8)
and $866 for a super set
of 10. Also add $30.00 for
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Notices / Nominations
Tenders
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Come Help Celebrate!
60th Wedding Anniversary
for
Borden and Eleanor Krasowski
at Willowbrook Community Centre
Come and Go Tea
on
Saturday, October 25, 2014
1:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Card of Thanks
The family of Norma Thompson
express their sincere gratitude for
the kindness, comfort and sympathy,
thoughtful gestures and support
given to them during their time
of loss. We were deeply touched
by the cards, beautiful floral
tributes, the delicious food and the
memorial donations made in
Norma’s honour. A special thank you
to the many caregivers in the
Saskatoon and Sunrise Health
Regions, including the Saskatoon
Cancer Center, and the staff at the
Brightwater and Bentley Residences
for their compassion and care
shown over the years. Norma will
be greatly missed by all who knew
her.
The family of the late Jim Bridgewater would like to thank everyone
for their overwhelming acts of
kindness and generosity. The
cards, phone calls, flowers, food
and donations to Health Centre in
Jim’s memory. Thank you to Rev.
Walter Farquharson from the United Church in Saltcoats for his kind
words. Also, thanks to the Nurses
and Doctors for the good care at
the Regional Health Centre.
-From the Bridgewater Family.
Card of Thanks
The family of the late Ken Printz
wish to thank the many relatives
and friends for their prayers,
cards, food, donations and sharing
with us the recent loss of Ken.
Many thanks to Reverend Dan
Moeller, Zion Lutheran Church
members, as well as Bailey’s Funeral Home for making the arrangements for the celebration of
Ken’s life.
Coming Events
FALL TEA and Bake Sale at St.
Andrew’s United Church. 29 Smith
St. East. Saturday, October 25
from
2pm-4pm.
Everyone
Welcome.
YORKTON COMMUNITY Choir
and Concert Band Fall Concert,
Sunday, November 2 - 2:00pm St. Andrew’s United Church.
Please join us as our theme for
this concert is “Salute to the
Veterans’, featuring songs and
arrangements such as ‘Sentimental
Journey’, ‘For the Fallen’, ‘Homeward Bound’, ‘Boogie Woogie Bugle
Boy’, ‘Nightfall in Camp’, ‘I’ll Be
Seeing You’, ‘One Tin Soldier’,
‘Battle Hymn of the Republic’, and
more. Children and students free,
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Carpentry
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Quality Workmanship
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Over 30 years experience
FOR ALL your interior, exterior
renos and repairs. Decks, fences,
siding, windows, doors and builds.
Bath and kitchen remodelling.
Experienced and licensed. Call Mike
306-621-7526.
K&K CONSTRUCTION & Carpentry: Renovating, Roofing, Siding,
Fences, Garages, etc. Call Thomas Kowalchuk at 306-621-5663 or
306-786-1887
(business).
Fax
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Cleaning
JUNK REMOVED From
Yard. Call 306-782-0851.
Your
VILLAGE OF CALDER
THE ORIGINAL Denny the Handyman has faded into retirement and
thanks all those for your past support. The name and the service
continues under new management. For kitchens, bathrooms,
complete room renovations including flood repair, roofing, fences,
decks, general home repairs and
more , Call 306-621-9223.
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that nominations
of candidates for the office(s) of:
Health Services
The Disability Tax
Credit Allows for:
$1,500 Yearly Tax
Credit
$15,000 Refund
(On Avg)
Covers: -Hip/Knee
Replacements,
- Arthritic knees, hips,
hands, or shoulders,
- COPD, other Disabling
Conditions
For Help Applying
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Legal/Public Notices
CRIMINAL RECORD?
Canadian Record Suspension
(Criminal pardon) seals record.
American waiver allows legal
entry. Why risk employment,
business, travel, licensing,
deportation, peace of mind?
Free consultation: 1-800-347-2540
Notice to Creditors
In the Estate of DOREEN LEZON,
late of Yorkton,
Saskatchewan, deceased.
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All claims against the above Estate,
duly verified by statutory declaration,
and with particulars and valuation of
security held, if any, must be sent to
the undersigned before the 15th day
of November, 2014.
BELL, KREKLEWICH & CHAMBERS
Barristers and Solicitors
147 - 3rd Avenue East
MELVILLE, SK
S0A 2P0
Solicitors for the Estate.
Childcare Available
NIA’S PLAYHOUSE is a licensed
dayhome located in Yorkton near
the hospital. Please call 306-7829618 for availability and for more
info.
SPOTS OPEN in my Home Daycare Immediately! Please call for
further details. 306-783-3735.
NOTICE OF CALL FOR NOMINATIONS
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MAYOR: VILLAGE OF CALDER (1)
will be received by the undersigned on the 22nd
day of October, 2014, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00
p.m. at the Village of Calder Office, 21 Main
Street and on regular business hours October 8,
2014 to October 21, 2014 at the Village of Calder
Office, 21 Main Street.
Nomination forms may be obtained at the
following location:
Village of Calder Office, 21 Main Street
Dated this 8th day of October, 2014.
MILDRED DANYLKO,
RETURNING OFFICER
Houses for Sale
Houses for Sale
HOUSE FOR SALE IN
SALTCOATS
BEAUTIFUL 3 bedroom townhouse; 2 Bedroom also available.
Call George @ 306-537-3228 or
Troy & Tara @ 306-521-0009 or
306-783-0244.
www.pin.ca/sask/11-07-04.
Well maintained energyefficient 1420 sq. ft. house
on corner lot. 2 full baths
& ensuite plus 1/2 bath,
attached floor heated garage.
24x30 floor heated workshop
with drive in door.
Phone 306-744-2516
278 3RD Ave. N., 3 bedroom, new
shingles & windows. Ready for
rental, $86,000., appliances included. Has aluminum siding. 306783-1328.
QUICK SALE, one of a kind, private house & acreage living in
town. House has new floors, kitchen & living, fridge/stove. Downstairs has TV/Rec. room, nook
style bar and large bedroom, baths
on both floors. Yard has mature
trees. Creek in back yard. Room to
expand or build a shop. Priced for
quick sale at $220,000. OBO. Call
306-563-4496, leave message.
Industrial/Commercial
Industrial/Commercial
COMMERCIAL SPACE
FOR RENT
116 Ball Road
Yorkton, SK
3120 sq. ft. (can be
divided into 2 bays)
Phone Stan
@ 306-782-4200
(during the day)
Land for Sale
2 QUARTERS Of Land in R.M. of
Garry #245, Goodeve area, 240
acres cultivated. Asking $260,000.
OBO. Phone 306-876-4503.
Industrial/Commercial
OFFICE SPACE
FOR RENT
IN YORKTON
1500 sq. ft., will develop.
Call 306-842-1538
INVITES TENDERS FOR SNOW REMOVAL
AT THE FOLLOWING SCHOOLS:
Calder School – Calder, SK
Canora Jr Elementary – Canora, SK
Canora Composite – Canora, SK
Churchbridge Public – Churchbridge, SK
Esterhazy High – Esterhazy, SK
PJ Gillen – Esterhazy, Sk
Fort Livingstone – Pelly, SK
Grayson School – Grayson, SK
Hoffman School – Langenburg, SK
Langenburg High – Langenburg, SK
Macdonald School – Stockholm, SK
Invermay School – Invermay, SK
Kamsack Comprehensive – Kamsack, SK
Victoria School – Kamsack, SK
Norquay School – Norquay, SK
Preeceville School – Preeceville, SK
Sturgis Composite – Sturgis, SK
Sturgis Elementary – Sturgis, SK
Saltcoats School – Saltcoats, SK
Springside School – Springside, SK
Columbia School – Yorkton, SK
Dr. Brass School – Yorkton, SK
M.C. Knoll School – Yorkton, SK
Yorkdale Central – Yorkton, SK
Yorkton Regional High – Yorkton, SK
Davison School – Melville, SK
Melville Comprehensive – Melville, SK
Miller School – Melville, SK
Interested parties shall provide the following information: School, hourly
rate, a description of equipment to be used, and capability to provide
priority service.
Scope of Work:
1. Areas to be cleared on a regular basis are the bus lanes and staff/
student parking lot(s).
−These areas must be cleared as required to accommodate staff and
students arriving at 8:00am.
2. Any snow clearing in addition to bus lanes and parking lots must
be pre-approved by the Facilities Department through the Facilities
Coordinator.
Contractors must comply with all applicable Occupational Health and
Safety regulations specifically Regulations 154(1), 156, 157(4), and
161(1).
Tenders marked “Snow Removal Tender” will be received by the
undersigned until 4:00 pm, Monday, November 3, 2014 by mail, in
person, email or by fax to the following:
Teresa Korol, Facilities Manager
Good Spirit School Division
63 King Street East
Yorkton, SK S3N 0T7
Email: [email protected]
Fax: 306-786-4791
This will not be a public opening. GSSD reserves the right to reject any or
all tenders. Lowest bid not necessarily accepted.
Land for Sale
Space For Lease
3/4 OF LAND near Preeceville.
May sell home quarter separately.
Also 26 acres on the riverbank.
Owner will finance. Phone 306614-9085.
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY For
Lease on Betts Avenue in Yorkton.
This property offers 2280sq.ft. of
space and plenty of parking for
commercial, retail, office or storage. Flexible options for re-design
and
modification.
Available
November 15, 2014. Phone 306-6219226 or 306-621-5076.
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4 pm to 7 pm
370 Myrtle Ave.
MLS® 511707
1148 sq. ft. bungalow, 3 bedroom, developed basement,
single attached garage, several updates inside and out,
includes appliances and window treatments.
45C Palliser Way,
Yorkton, Sask. S3N 4C5
Premier Realty
Trina Stechyshyn
Cell: 306-621-7269
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Central - 206 1/4’s
South - 75 1/4’s
South East - 40 1/4’s
South West - 65 1/4’s
North - 6 1/4’s
North East - 4 1/4’s
North West - 12 1/4’s
East - 51 1/4’s
West - 4 1/4’s
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Apartments/Condos for Rent
BENMAR HOLDINGS INC.
Under New Management
THE SUITES
on
Bradbrooke
233 & 243 Bradbrooke
Drive
Welcome to your “Turn Key”
Home Away from Home
Furnished Suite
Off.: 306-783-1919
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RHEIN HOUSING Authority has
one-bedroom Senior Social housing
units available for rent in the
Rheinwood Manor and 3-bedroom
Family Social housing units. Rent
is based on income. Heat, water
and sewer are included in the rent
for Senior units and tenants in
houses pay all utilities. For more
information, eligibility requirements
and to get an application form,
please contact Regional Housing
Operations - Southeast in Yorkton
at 306-783-1000.
SPRINGSIDE HOUSING Authority
is currently accepting applications
for 1 & 2 bedroom Senior Suites at
the Heritage Place. Fridge and
stove included. Central laundry
with two washers and dryers. Well
kept, ready for rent. Rent is based
on income. For more information
and applications please call Morlie
at 306-792-2222.
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COOK STOVE, white, Beach
Foundry $450, oak cafe bench
$500, oak mission style table
$350, pot bellie stove, Souvenir
$300., 3 oak office chairs,
$50/each. Offers accepted. Call
306-621-7927.
RECONDITIONED
APPLIANCES
Houses For Rent
1, 2, & 3 Bedroom houses for rent
in
Canora.
Starting
at
$500/month. Utilities extra, No
Pets.
Phone
306-563-2031.
www.canorahomerentals.com.
2 + 1 Bedroom Home. Close to
high schools, Available Immediately. N/S, N/P, $850/month plus
damage. Phone 306-783-4240.
3 BDR House, fridge/stove, washer/dryer, close to Regional High
School and College. Call Dale,
306-782-9497 or 306-621-5625.
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BEAUTIFUL 3 bedroom townhouse; 2 Bedroom also available.
Call George @ 306-537-3228 or
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OLDER TWO Bedroom House.
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condos close to downtown. Bath &
a half, deep soaker tub, walk-in
closet, 9 ft ceilings, oak trim, up
graded ceramic tile flooring, private balconies for BBQ, lots of
storage plus heated attached garage. Appliances include fridge,
stove, dishwasher, washer and
dryer. $1,395./month plus utilities.
Non smoking, no pets. References
required. Call 306-621-5550 for
further information or for viewing.
Phone 306-782-2465, and we will
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We have 1 and 2 bedroom suites available.
Suites include fridge,
stove, dishwasher, a/c
and coin op laundry.
Rent is $775 - $875.
To view, please contact
Brian at 306-782-2080
4-PLEX SUITE
FOR RENT
1200 sq. ft. 2 bedroom,
incl. major appliances,
no pets.
$900/month +utilities
Accepting applications.
Ph: 306-783-9236
Terry or Janet
FURNISHED BASEMENT Suite.
Shared kitchen & laundry. Seeking
mature professional N/S, N/P. Call
306-621-8120.
ONE-BEDROOM Senior Social
housing units are available for rent
in the Villages of Gerald & Hyas.
Fridge, stove, washer, dryer, heat,
water and sewer are included.
Rent is based on income. If you
are looking for peace of mind this
is an excellent living arrangement
for you. Never worry about home
repairs or having to cut grass or
shovel snow. For more information, eligibility requirements and to
get an application form. please
contact Regional Housing Operations - Southeast in Yorkton at
306-783-1000.
YVONNE LAY CREATING
Classes being offered are in
Melville.
- ANNIE SLOAN CHALK PAINT
BASICS - Learn the basics of
painting, waxing, distressing and
buffing with Annie Sloan Chalk
Paint. When finished, you will be
able to paint any table, chair, shelf,
dresser or frame in your home
quickly and effortlessly. No prestripping of varathane and no paint
smell. Unbelievable coverage and
quick drying with Annie Sloan
Chalk Paint. Make old furniture or
picture frames look new. The
Shabby Chic look is in! Check it
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- ANNIE
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CABINET REHAB - Learn how to repaint your kitchen cabinets with
Annie Sloan Chalk Paint and make
them look new again! No pre-stripping of varathane required. We
show you how to save thousands
of dollars by easily repainting your
old kitchen cabinets like a pro.
-BEGINNER STAINED GLASS
FOIL - You’ll go home with a larger stained glass window hanging
that you will be proud to say you
made on your own. We’ll show you
how.
- STAINED GLASS MOSAIC
TABLE - You will be shown how to
make a beautiful mosaic design on
an out door patio table, that your
friends won’t believe you made by
yourself. This is a student favorite.
- HAND MADE SOAP AND BODY
BUTTER - Once you are shown
how to make your own, you will
never buy the store bought stuff
again. We make it as natural as
possible and it smells and feels
wonderful. Gone is the itchy dry
skin! These are seperate classes.
- ESSENTIAL OIL & SCENTED
VOTIVES, WAX MELTS AND
CONTAINER
CANDLES
Wouldn’t it be nice to give someone the gift of your own creation?
Christmas is coming and everyone
loves these.
All classes are hands on
All supplies and equipment are
provided for every class. You take
home everything you make. Having fun is mandatory! We will offer
daytime, evening and private
group sessions.
Class
Gift
Certificates
are
available for Christmas or Birthday
giving. For more information call
Yvonne @ 306-728-5552 or email:
[email protected]
Heavy Equipment
1996 WESTWARD
9200
sp
swather, 25ft 960 HDR w/pu reels.
1700 hrs. Recent $7,000. work order approx. 100 hrs ago - new
canvas, knife, rubber rollers. 972
wobble box. Excellent condition,
$35,000. OBO. Please Contact: 1306-593-7101.
Hunting Supplies/Firearms
I BUY Unwanted guns. Will pick up
at your residence if necessary.
306-562-8266 between 6pm-9pm.
Musical Instruments
Appliances
Washers $
starting at ...... ...
Dryers
169
$
99
starting at .................
Washer & Dryer
Pairs
$
starting at .........
249
3 Months Warranty
PIANO - Apartment size
Mason & Risch
“Cecilian”, Trombone,
Alto Sax, Violin &
shortwave radio.
Phone 306-783-7929
For Sale - Misc
FOR ALL YOUR
BAKING NEEDS
YOUNG’S
PLANT WORLD LTD.
DELIVERY
AVAILABLE
Highway #9 North, Yorkton
306-783-8660
THORSNESS
For Sale - Misc
Appliance Centre
14 Betts Ave. Yorkton
306-786-7676
Suites For Rent
ALLANBROOKE
APARTMENTS
Craft Items / Gift Ideas
For Sale - Misc
Garage Sales
STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP
110 GORDON AVE. EAST. (East
of Peavy Mart). Saturday only!
October 25, 9am-4pm. Miscellaneous
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1 DOUBLE BED with a padded
headboard, Singer sewing machine, rain barrel. Phone 306-7922081.
2 WINDOWS: 1 - 106 1/2” wide x
70 7/8” high, low-e, clear, complete with argon gas, 5/16” double
ladder grill, white. New price
$1,965., asking $1,475. 1 - 88 7/8”
wide x 70 7/8” high, Sunstop clear,
complete with argon gas, 5/16”
double ladder grill, white. New
price $1,705., asking $1,300. Call
306-435-6726.
8 PIECE oak dining room suite at
least 80 years old, $2,500.; 1
portable Kenmore sewing machine
with attachments, $30.; 1 Tasco
450 power astronomical reflector
telescope, $225. Contact Karen at
306-783-0903.
9FT Bottom, 6ft tops kitchen cupboards. Good for shop or garage.
Price $50. Phone 306-745-8175.
AD SPECIAL BARN-STYLE VINYL Garden Sheds - 8x8ft.
$1,100; 8x10ft. $1,300; 8x12ft
$1,500; 54” vinyl doors; insulated
large dog houses, $300. 306-783-8260.
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Butcher Supplies, Leather +
Craft Supplies and Animal
Control Products. Get your
FREE 134 PAGE CATALOG.
1-800-353-7864 or Email:
[email protected]
Visit our Web Store:
www.halfordsmailorder.com
BUYING SILVER coins, old paper
currency, gold jewelry, old costume jewelry, military items, store
signs, antiques and collectibles.
Call 306-563-6794.
FOR SALE: Quadavator and discer - $600.00 each. Wood Chipper
5hp; B/S engine. $300.00 Phone
306-782-8821.
KID’S TOYS, excellent condition,
wagon, sleigh, bike, musical potty
chair, hobby horse plus more.
Phone 306-783-4428.
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WOODEN PALLETS
APARTMENT SIZE Washer/Dryer.
3 years old. Only used a dozen
times. Asking $450. OBO. Phone
306-890-0730.
MULTI SIZES.
YOU HAUL - LOADING AVAILABLE.
CONTACT JIM
Wanted
306-782-2465
FIREARMS. All types wanted,
estates, collections, single items,
military. We handle all paperwork
and transportation. Licensed Dealer.
1.866.960.0045 www.dollars4guns.
com.
NORBERT’S MANUFACTURING
is looking for a responsible person
or dealership who would be dedicated to selling Norbert’s Trailers.
Must have a location with a prominent sight line for our trailers to be
displayed. For more information
please
email:
[email protected]
Furniture
9pc. DINING ROOM Set, Dark
Blue with natural wood tabletop.
62” table w/15” leaf chairs, upholstered seats. China Cabinet top
with glass doors, bottom with solid
doors, 2 drawers. $700. Call 306783-6924.
DOWNSIZING - furniture sale. 9
piece antique dining room set, 6
piece solid maple bedroom suite,
beige leather sofa & love seat,
desk, filing cabinet & more. Call to
view 306-783-9192 or 306-6416530 or email: [email protected]
FOR SALE: Complete Household,
no appliances, two years old,
Esterhazy. Excellent quality furniture,
beds, etc. Phone 306-745-5814 or
306-745-6424 between 7am-2pm.
KITCHEN TABLE with 6 chairs for
sale. Call 306-621-2107.
FOR DETAILS AND PICKUP
MINK COAT Size 14 $50, Baby’s
Highchair $10, Horse Blanket.
Phone 306-783-5443.
2001 INFINITI, Minty. $3,000. 2
ugly sticks with rods & reels.
$30.00 each. Phone 306-783-2083.
FIREWOOD $100./CORD, poplar,
truck load, $70., butcher hogs,
$250.-$300, grain fed, turkeys,
grain fed, ready for Thanksgiving,
$2.25/lb. Phone James McDermott
306-742-4403.
MEN’S DUNLOP Right hand golf
clubs. 5 woods, 7 irons, putter,
sand wedge & ball retriever, $175;
QuitoVac
Mosquito
Eliminator.
Covers 1/2 acre, $125; 54X30
desk. Has three drawers, $75.
Timelife Epic of Flight, Timelife
WWII, Timelife Old West, Practical
Handyman Encyclopedia, Science
& Invention Encyclopedia, Popular
Mechanics & Popular Mechanics
Yearbooks,
all
hard-cover,
$.50?each or reasonable offers.
Call 306-877-2052.
PROVINCE-WIDE CLASSIFIEDS.
Reach over 550,000 readers
weekly. Call this newspaper NOW
or 306-649.1400 for details.
ROCKWELL BEAVER table saw,
3’l x 2’w x 3’h; 8 hp snowblower,
24” cut, electric start, Tecumseh
engine. Call 306-783-5582.
RURAL
WATER TREATMENT.
Patented iron filters, softeners, distillers, “Kontinuous Shock” Chlorinator, IronEater. Patented whole
house reverse osmosis. Payment
plan. 1-800-BIG-IRON (244-4766);
www.BigIronDrilling.com. View our
29 patented & patent pending inventions. Since 1957.
SNOW WHITE (3 1/2ft) and the
seven dwarfs (2ft.) lawn ornaments, made of concrete needs
some painting. $125, 45 gallon
plastic rain barrel with taps, hoses
and stand - $25. Call 306-783-9234.
UNDERGROUND WIRE, shop
lighting and many other electrical
supplies new and used. Phone
306-621-5076.
OAK OVAL Table w/leaf asking
$250. RCA Stereo w/ radio,
stereo, 5 slot CD player asking
$300. Call 306-783-1214.
MOVING SALE: Everything priced
to sell. Included are 3 piece white
sofa set, 5 piece master bedroom
set, antique dining table, china
cabinet, filing cabinet, desks and
more. Also, mowers and a tiller.
Phone 306-783-3749.
WINE MAKING Supplies: primary
fermentation bucket, 5 gallon carboy, auto bottle filler, hydrometer,
wine thief, stirring spoon, sanitizer,
corks, bottle drainer tree. $100
sold firmly as a lot. Filtering System, $175. Floor Corker $60.
Phone 306-621-5673 or 306-7832587.
448 MOUNTVIEW ROAD. Fri.,
Oct. 24 & Sat., Oct. 25, 10am5pm. Christmas items and sewing
notions. Lots of both.
527 PARKVIEW ROAD. Wed..,
Oct. 22, 10am-5pm & Wed., Oct.
29, 10am-5pm.
613 SPRING AVE. Springside.
Sat., Oct. 25, 10am-5pm. Estate
Sale. Leather chesterfield, 4 pc.
bedroom suite, etc. 2001 Grand
Am, 1978 Glastron F166 Sportster, 1977 Johnson 85hp motor,
1978 Caulkins boat trailer. Good
selection of household & yard items.
Pets
REGISTERED
AMHA
31”
miniature black & white mare.
Phone Nimetz Miniatures 204-7344005, Kenville, Man.
Cats
FARM KITTENS to
Phone 306-782-2716.
give
away.
Dogs
FOR SALE: Golden Labrador
Retrievers puppies. Looking for
good homes and responsible owners. Choose from male or female.
Please call 306-697-2959.
Auto Miscellaneous
TIRES FOR SALE: 1-General- 400
SL, P205/75R15, tread 11, 1Samson,
6
ply
rating,
LT
235/75R15, tread 16, 4-Michelin
MXV4,
top
grade,
Primasy,
215/60/R15, tread 16. All tires like
new. Phone 306-563-6883.
Cars
1999 CADILLAC SEVILLE STS,
fully
loaded,
35mpg.,Asking
$2,700. Call 306-548-2879. Sturgis.
2000 SATURN SL2 4-door, 4 cyl.
auto, fully loaded, new windshield,
new front brakes, recent new battery, complete tune-up and serviced, very good economy, no
rust. Must be seen. Phone 306338-3369 or 306-491-5420.
2003 TIBURON GSR V6, A/T/C,
upgraded stereo, 158,000 kms,
great condition, $5,500. 2006
Dodge Caravan, A/T/C, 139,000
kms, great shape, $5,900. Call
306-620-8541.
2004 HONDA ACCORD LX, 4
door, silver, 157,000kms, one
owner, easy on accelerator. Open
to offers. Phone 306-563-6883.
2005 FORD FOCUS SES ZX4.
White, 79,000 kms, fully loaded
with heated leather seats, sunroof,
remote start. $5,500. Call 306783-3404.
2006 BLUE Chevrolet Cobalt, 2 dr,
2.2L auto, cruise control, cloth interior, summer & winter tires, command start. 158.000kms. $4,500.
OBO. Contact 306-621-6778.
2007 FORD FUSION V6 SE,
4-door sedan, 106,000kms, excellent condition. Winter tires fitted,
silver, $8,000 OBO. Call 306-7455814 or 306-745-6424 between
7am-6pm.
2008 TOYOTA YARIS Sedan,
A/C/T, 69,800kms, Automatic, Excellent small car, great on gas.
Asking $9,200. OBO. Phone 306782-7083.
2011 MUSTANG. 14,123.4 kms,
never winter driven. Mint condition.
Must be seen. Phone 306-782-4734.
REDUCED
Grandpa’s Car. Must be Sold.
2003 Lincoln Town Car. Previous
ad $10,500. Now $7,500. Call 306695-2257.
Parts & Accessories
GREAT PRICES on new, used
and
remanufactured
engines,
parts and accessories for diesel
pickups. Large inventory, engines
can be shipped or installed. Give
us a call or check us out at
www.thickettenginerebuilding.ca.
Thickett Engine Rebuilding. Ph.
204-532-2187 Russell, MB.
Trucks & Vans
1996 GMC 2500, 4X4, Z71 package, 6.5 turbo diesel, runs very
good, 2 new batteries. First $5,000
takes it. Call 306-695-2257.
2001 FORD F150 Super Crew
Lariat, 203,000 kms, new tires,
loaded, $6,400. OBO. Phone 306542-2207 or 306-542-8176.
2008 WHITE FORD F-150 XLT
5.4l
Triton
SuperCrew
4x4,
166,985 kms, hard flip locking tonneau, full bed liner insert, pd, pl,
A/T/C, AM/FM CD, outside temp.
display & compass, block heater,
car proof available, non-smoker,
$17,600. OBO. For more info call
306-621-8801.
2010 FORD 150 XLT, 4 door
S/Crew XTR
Pkg., 4X4, 5.4L.
Very good condition. 103,000kms,
power train care warranty to
150,000kms. $21,000. OBO. Call
306-783-0820.
2010 FORD F-150 4X4, Crew cab,
5.4 Triton, 114k, excellent shape,
tow mirrors, after market rims,
loaded, no leather, black. $20,900.
OBO.
Phone
306-740-8422.
Stockholm.
Boats
14 1/2 VANGUARD Trihull Boat.
70 Mercury power tilt & trim, trailer
& lift. $2,900. Call 306-783-0210.
`15FT TRI-HULL Boat, 70h.p. motor, trailer. Call 306-783-3724.
1988, 16ft. aluminum Crestliner.
25hp Merc., Live well, bilge pump,
fish finder, Minnkota electric trolling motor. $3,500. Call 306-898-2278.
Boat Access / Parts
SHORE MASTER boat lift with
cover and electric winch, located
at Madge Lake near Kamsack,
Sask. Call Ted Gardner at 306542-7604.
RVs/Campers/Trailers
1993 33ft Dutchman Classic
camper trailer. Excellent condition,
fully loaded & can be seen at city
campground. Price $9,500. Phone
306-745-8175.
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RVs/Campers/Trailers
Livestock
Steel Buildings / Granaries
General Employment
1998 27ft. Triple E 5th wheel
camper with goose neck hitch
adaptor (adapter is removable),
ducted AC and furnace, no slide,
microwave, queen size bed in
front, brand new large awning,
6200lbs dry weight, asking $6,000
($5,800 without adapter) OBO.
Kamsack, 306-542-3670, 306-5427128,
[email protected]
FOR SALE: Polled Purebred 2
year old and yearling Charolais
bulls. Some red factor. Phone 306435-7116, 306-645-4383 or 306645-2955. King’s Polled Charolais.
STEEL
BUILDINGS/METAL
BUILDINGS 60% OFF! 20x28,
30x40, 40x62, 45x90, 50x120,
60x150, 80x100 sell for balance
owed!
Call
1-800-457-2206
www.crownsteelbuildings.ca
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1999 TAHOE GLIDE LITE. 24ft,
5th wheel, slide-out, awning,
fridge,stove/oven, microwave, air,
heat, radio, queen bed, sleeps 6,
full bath. N/S or pets. $10,000
OBO. Phone 306-783-2124 or
306-621-5055.
2008, 32ft., ULTRALIGHT Palomino Trailer Camper. Sleeps 6,
Queen size master bed, one 12ft.
slide-out, 20ft awning, air conditioner, lots of storage space, outside BBQ, additional outside
shower. Has to be seen to be appreciated. Reduced to $16,500.
Call 306-783-5364. Yorkton.
RVs/Campers/Trailers
2011- 36ft, 5th Wheel RV for sale.
Unique floor plan, bedroom at
back, 2 washrooms, 2 hide-abeds, bunks, sleeps 10, 3 slides, 3
T.V.s, add a room & more included. Phone 306-621-6765.
2010 JAYCO 31ft trailer, on seasonal lot at Ricker’s Campground.
Includes decking & garden shed.
$28,000. Call 306-621-5338.
Snowmobiles
2010 POLARIS SWITCHBACK.
White in colour, lady driven, Call
306-783-5550, after 6pm. Call
306782-1401.
Farm Implements
18FT. COCKSHUTT self-propelled
swather. 105 John Deere self-propelled combine. 1033 bale wagon.
Phone 204-539-2181.
1970’S MODEL 546 Rock-o-Matic
rockpicker, rebuilt teeth, reels/tires
good. Asking $2,000. Call 204564-2593, Dropmore, MB.
1983 1480 IHC Combine, 3400
hrs, always shedded. Phone for
details 306-641-6012.
1986 CIH 4000 SP Swather, 24.5’,
U2 pickup, reels. Price $5,000.
Massey 850 Combine, J.D. pickup,
straight header. $5,000. Complete.
Call 306-563-6261. Canora, SK.
1996 HESTON SWATHER 8100,
very good shape, 30ft double
swath, 2100 hours, UII pickup
reels, guards, sections, canvas, all
very good shape. Call 306-7283058. Melville, SK.
20FT. 400 VERSATILE Swather,
mint condition. Call 306-272-4713.
30FT,
WESTWARD
pull-type
swather, pick up reels, like new,
only cut 2500 acres. Call 306-7832899.
4010-20 w/dozer or loader, runs
good. 8 & 10 ft Heavy Duty Dozer,
fits any tractor. Call Perry 306728-8345.
425 LEON Silver Manure Spreader. Asking $19,000. OBO. Phone
306-595-4795 or 204-734-0138.
TAKING ORDERS For December
9th butchering 1/2 or whole bison.
18 months old, finished on oats,
no
antibiotics
or
chemicals.
$3.75/lb (hanging weight) plus
cutting and wrapping cost. Call
204-539-2961.
Steel Buildings / Granaries
BUILDING FOR SALE. Approx.
5,000 sq.ft. - 40’ X 110’, 20’ X 20’
good solid building. 2 A/C, all mechanical, 5 furnaces and electrical.
“MUST BE MOVED”, basement
cleaned out and hole closed. Columbian Centre Melville, SK. Call
Richard for more info 306-7309400.
STEEL
BUILDINGS...
“GIFTCARD
GIVE-AWAY!”
20X22
$4,358. 25X24 $4,895. 30X30
$6,446. 32X32 $7,599. 40X46
$12,662. 47X72 $18,498. One End
wall Included. Pioneer Steel 1800-668-5422
www.pioneersteel.ca
Career Opportunities
STEEL BUILDINGS/METAL
BUILDINGS UP TO 60% OFF!
30x40, 40x60, 50x80, 60x100,
80x100 sell for balance owed!
Call: 1-800-457-2206
www.crownsteelbuildings.ca.
4800 bushel metal industry
floor.
2000 Westeel steel
Westeel 3400 bushel, on
floors. Phone 306-792-2180
or 306-792-4544 during the day.
steel
floor,
wood
early
Career Opportunities
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“Yorkton’s WENDY’S
IS HIRING”
STORE LOCATION: 160 BROADWAY STREET EAST,
YORKTON, SASK. S3N 3K4
1) Food Service Supervisor (3-5 yrs exp), $13.00/hr.
2) Food Counter Attendant (F/T & P/T) $11.25/hr.
Shifts are 6am-2:30pm; 11-7:30pm; 6pm-1:30am.
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CAMPUS
needs a Power Engineering Instructor! Please contact Brian Carreau at 780-835-6631 and/or visit
our website at www.gprc.ab.ca/careers.
Heavy Equipment
operators
for late model CAT equip:
motor scrapers
(cushion ride), dozers,
excavators, rock trucks,
graders (trim operators).
Camp job. Competitive
wages plus R & B. Valid
drivers license req’d.
Send resume and work
references to:
Bryden Construction
and Transport Co. Inc.
Box 100, Arborfield, Sk. S0E 0A0;
Fax: 306-769-8844
Email: [email protected]
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www.brydenconstruction
andtransport.ca
Parkland
Overhead
Door
Installers/
Door
Technicians
Will train.
Full time, permanent.
Wages depending on
experience.
Call 306-783-3600
Fax 306-783-2143
Position open in our thriving dealership for a
LUBE BAY TECHNICIAN
Main duties include changing oil, filters and
topping off all fluids. Previous experience an
asset but willing to train. Salary based on
experience.
Fax or apply in person with resume to
Larry Hardy.
115 PALLISER WAY
YORKTON, SASK.
Fax 306-786-6286
Only those selected for interviews
will be contacted
730 CIH 30’ swather, auto-fold,
pickup reels, lifters, Keersheer cut
off, Also, Versatile 400 swather,
20’ with DSA, always shedded.
Older swathers one MF, one JD,
offers. Phone 306-641-6012.
Wanted
Grapple Skidder,
Feller Buncher,
Processor Operators,
Dozer Operators,
Equipment Haulers,
Class 1 Drivers for Log
Haul, Self Loading Log
Truck Driver
Based out of
DraytonValley Alberta
Competitive wages based
on experience, benefits,
acommodation, and
drives to airport provided.
Good equipment.
BELLY MOUNTED swath roller to
fit any swather. Excellent condition. $750. Phone 306-645-4223.
Rocanville, Sask.
Class 1 Drivers
Required
CASE 2188 combine, 1996, 2700
hrs, shedded, would take 1680 on
trade. Call 306-783-7272.
CCIL 550 Self-propelled swather,
running condition. $1,000. OBO.
Call 306-794-4506.
MINT TR97, 1,216 seperator
hours, Genesis engine, identical to
TR98, very few hours on $25,000
work order, used very little in last
10 years, shedded, serviced and
operated by one owner. Asking
$40,000 or will take grain on trade.
Phone 306-272-4451. Foam Lake, SK.
WANTED: CAT D7E, Cat 17A, Allis HD16 in fair working condition.
Phone 306-547-2836. Hazel Dell, SK.
Feed & Seed
HEATED CANOLA
WANTED!!
- GREEN CANOLA
- SPRING THRASHED
- DAMAGED CANOLA
FEED OATS
WANTED!!
- BARLEY, OATS, WHT
- LIGHT OR TOUGH
- SPRING THRASHED
HEATED FLAX
WANTED!!
HEATED PEAS
HEATED LENTILS
"ON FARM PICKUP"
Westcan Feed
& Grain
1-877-250-5252
Buying/Selling
FEED GRAINS
heated / damaged
CANOLA/FLAX
Top price paid
FOB FARM
Western
Commodities
877-695-6461
Visit our website @
www.westerncommodities.ca
MASS HIRING EVENT!
(Yorkton)
The Real Canadian Superstore is having an in-store mass
hiring event on Tuesday, November 4, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
We are looking for talented colleagues who are passionate
about providing an exceptional shopping experience for our
customers and delighting them every step of the way!
To apply, please join us on Tuesday, November 4,
10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Real Canadian Superstore
Attention: Store Manager
206 Broadway Street East
Yorkton, SK S3N 3K4
Fax: (306) 786-4018
E-mail: [email protected]
At Loblaw, it’s about our respect for the environment, sourcing
products with integrity and making a positive difference in the
community.
Seniors, Parents, Children!
Earn some extra cash (possibly of up to
$400/month depending on route size),
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EMPLOYMENT AVAILABLE
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FULL-TIME
PO Box 46 Site 145 RR1
Brandon, Manitoba
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JOHN DEERE 9600 Sunnybrook
cylinder - concave and beater,
MAV chopper, 914 pick-up header,
930R straight header, green lighted, shedded. Excellent Condition.
Phone 306-645-4223. Rocanville,
SK.
B21
General Employment
NOW HIRING!
Fax: 780-542-6739
Email:
[email protected]
ACCEPTING
EQUIPMENT
&
Tractors on Consignment. Call
Perry 306-728-8345 or 306-7284702.
GOOD’S USED TRACTOR
PARTS
(204) 564-2528
or 1-877-564-8734
Roblin, MB
General Employment
BRANCH MANAGER
RUSSELL
Maple
is aa John
John Deere
Deere
Maple Farm
Farm Equipment is
Agricultural equipment
equipment dealer
Agricultural
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Private MRI services warranted
S a s k a t c h e w a n ’s
Premier Brad Wall
mused recently about a
health reform idea that
is good for both patients
and taxpayers.
In fact, it’s an idea that
more provinces should
pursue.
Specifically,
Wall
mused on Twitter about
the idea of allowing
private
clinics
in
Saskatchewan to sell
MRI scans to the public
just like Alberta currently allows. Thus, if you’re
a Saskatchewan resident
and you need a scan of,
say, your shoulder, you
could choose to go on the
government’s waiting list
and receive a scan at no
cost or choose to pay out
of pocket and receive a
scan sooner at a private
clinic.
No matter how you
cut it, giving patients
more choice just makes
sense. Consider it from a
patient’s perspective.
If
you’re
a
Saskatchewan patient
and decide to go on a
waiting list for an MRI,
there are likely going to
be several people ahead
of you. In fact, the Fraser
Institute reported Sask
MRI wait times were
eight weeks on average
in 2013. But if the government allows private
clinics in Saskatchewan
to offer the service, some
of those people on the
waiting list ahead of you
will undoubtedly decide
to pay out of pocket and
drop off the government’s
waiting list. Thus, you
could get bumped up and
receive the service faster.
Alternatively, if you
were thinking of leaving
the province to pay for
an MRI scan in Alberta
or the United States,
Premier Wall’s idea
would mean you could
receive the scan in the
comfort of your own province. Thus, it would be
cheaper for you as you
could probably avoid
hotel bills, airplane tickets and other incidentals
that come from leaving
the province for health
care.
From an economic
perspective, Wall’s idea
is long overdue. Every
Saskatchewan taxpayer
that currently leaves the
province and pays for
health care in other jurisdictions is actually taking money out of the Sask
economy. One can hardly
blame them though, if
you’ve got the money and
can receive quicker for
your pain, why wouldn’t
you?
The other benefit
from allowing private
MRIs is the fact that
Saskatchewan
could
attract patients and their
cash from other provinces such as Manitoba;
a province that doesn’t
allow private MRIs.
In fact, a Manitoba
taxpayer recently told
the Canadian Taxpayers
Federation about going
to the U.S. and paying for
an MRI in Minneapolis.
His reason for doing so:
he was in pain and the
wait list was too long
in Winnipeg. Suddenly,
Saskatchewan
would
become a convenient
location for many other
Manitobans.
Obviously critics won’t
like Premier Wall’s idea.
They’ll fire up the fearmongering machine and
suggest the sky will fall if
Wall’s idea comes to fruition. After all, Wall’s idea
takes some power away
from the hands of government unions, bureaucrats and ideological
dinosaurs, and gives it to
patients.
The
fact
is,
Saskatchewan has had
private companies performing CT scans and
knee surgery for several
years now and the sky
hasn’t fallen. Nor has the
sky fallen in the education system where parents can choose to send
their kids to public
schools or pay for private
schools.
Hopefully Premier
Wall proceeds with his
idea. It’ll be good for
patients suffering in pain
as well as taxpayers.
Colin Craig is the
Prairie Director for the
Canadian
Taxpayers
Federation
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practice is a cost-effective option that reduces
labour
requirements
and can keep livestock
out of the corrals until
just before calving season. Maximizing forage
yield while maintaining
forage quality is the
goal for most producers.
However, one area that
is commonly overlooked
is that of plant disease
and the effects that mycotoxins can have on grazing livestock.
Crop disease is largely
dependent on the weather conditions and for that
reason it is very hard to
manage. Cool and moist
conditions when cereal
crops were flowering has
resulted in an increase
of crop disease, particularly fusarium and ergot.
Mycotoxins can be quite
harmful to livestock, and
while ruminants are gen-
erally more tolerant to
mycotoxins than other
livestock species, they
are still at risk.
Fusarium will produce a several different toxins, including
vomitoxin, zearalenone,
and fumonisins. Each of
these toxins will cause
negative effects on beef
cattle if present in high
enough concentrations.
The effects of each compound differ slightly but
can be characterized
by a reduction in feed
intake, reduced growth
and performance, suppressed immunity, and
potential fertility issues
such as disrupted breeding cycles and abortion.
If any of these toxins
are at levels of 5 ppm
or higher, feeding management is necessary to
avoid possible toxicity.
It is important to note
that straw from fusarium
infected cereal crops will
also contain the associated mycotoxins and can
become an issue if cattle
are consuming it.
When fusarium is
present, it is more likely
that other mould metabolites may also be present
in Western Canadian cereal crops, for example
aflatoxin and ochratoxin.
These toxins can become
more concentrated in
stored feed, especially if
moisture levels are elevated. Cattle consuming
feed with aflatoxin may
develop a suppressed
immunity which could
cause vaccines to fail.
Moderate levels of ochratoxin can be broken
down in the rumen and
is of lesser concern for
healthy cattle. However,
it is a suspected carcinogen and can lead to liver
and kidney damage, as
well as abortions, if large
amounts are consumed.
The incidence of
ergot has been steadily increasing in recent
years, and this year is
no different. Most cereal crops and grass species are susceptible to
ergot and for this reason
both grain and forages
should be considered
for possible infection.
Very few ergot bodies
are needed to harm livestock as deaths related
to ergot poisoning have
been observed with as
little as 0.04% in the diet
by weight. Symptoms
include depressed feed
intake, reduced milk production, lack of blood
flow to extremities
resulting in the loss of
ears, tails, and hooves,
and eventually death.
If conditions remain
wet through the fall, forage set aside for fall grazing will be more likely
to become mouldy. This
is especially true for
crops lying in the field
destined for swath grazing, although standing
forage, hay and green
feed should not be overlooked. Producers should
have their feed tested
for mycotoxins if they
suspect mould may be
present. With the exception of ergot, contaminated feed can usually be
diluted and fed provided
a feed test is completed
and mycotoxins levels
are known, though feeding mouldy feedstuffs to
pregnant cattle is not recommended.
Sean Thompson, BSc,
AAg, Regional Livestock
Specialist
Watrous
regional
office
For more information about winter feed
management, contact
your Regional Livestock
Specialist, or call the
Agriculture Knowledge
Centre at 1-866-457-2377.
Wall wants COOL quashed
Premier Brad Wall
welcomed the World
Trade
Organization
(WTO)
compliance
panel ruling in favour
of Canada and urged
the United States to end
mandatory Country of
Origin Labelling (COOL).
“The latest WTO ruling once again confirms
that the U.S. mandatory
COOL rules unfairly
discriminate
against
Canadian cattle and
hog exports,” Wall said.
“COOL is a protectionist
measure that hurts producers and negatively
affects the entire supply
chain on both sides of the
border and it should be
scrapped.”
COOL adds substantial costs to the integrated North American meat
and livestock industry
while providing no meaningful benefit to consumers. COOL prevents U.S.
processors from co-mingling U.S. beef and pork
with meat from Canadian
cattle and hogs resulting
in the need to segregate
livestock. Segregation
adds higher costs for companies using livestock
born or raised outside of
the U.S. along with additional costs for producers. Consumers are also
impacted through higher
meat prices.
“The ruling released
today is a positive step
for Saskatchewan cattle
Trucking & Transport
Penn-Truss Mfg. Inc.
and hog producers,” Wall
said. “While the U.S. may
appeal this decision, we
strongly urge the U.S.
Congress to repeal COOL
for beef and pork or make
a legislative fix which
would remove the arbi-
trary and unjustifiable
discrimination and damages against Canadian
cattle and hogs that is in
the current legislation.”
Saskatchewan supports the federal government in pursuing retalia-
tory tariffs if necessary.
COOL
is
an
important issue for
Saskatchewan producers.
Saskatchewan’s
cattle herd is the second
largest in the country at
nearly 2.9 million head
and the province’s producers supply feedlots
and packers in western
Canada and the United
States. In addition,
Saskatchewan markets
around 2.1 million hogs
every year.
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