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MH0053480: Cottonwood 1567 sq ft, fully
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CLAY ARTISTRY
WARNING! DO IT NOW!
BEFORE YOU GET THE NASTY
By Barbara Watson
Plasticine, modeling clay, and
play dough, yield to the hands and
fingers and their delight in sculpting.
From ancient times clay from the
earth has been used to make not
only vessels with practical applications but also representations of animals and people.
There are people who are mesmerized by the potential of this pliable material and produce art that is
then fired, and glazed. In our city the
use of clay to make anything from
dinner plates to toilets and sewer
pipes was a business employing
many workers. The business no
longer exists, but the museum documenting that amazing enterprise is a
witness to the utilitarian application
of clay. Today there are artists on the
site. They use the clay to produce
works of art that play with shapes,
forms, and glazes. It’s all there for
those interested to enjoy.
You don’t have to be an artist or
someone needing a set of dishes to
model with clay. You might be a
four-year-old boy whose six-year-old
friend teaches him to use clay to
build a convertible car with tires and
a spare wheel. That was the introduction to sculpting that Chuck Oldham had. In a YouTube lesson he
demonstrates that first creation
which led him to a life long love of
sculpting with this gift from the
earth.
Medicine Hat’s sculptors and
potters are always engaged using
clay to create. There are some who
putter at this pursuit. They met at
the Hat Art Club recently to enjoy
kneading and forming something
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Hands on joy with the helpful Annette checking the art
specific. The project was quite
almost daunting. A female model
dressed in a robe sat in front of the
group. Some sculptors could see her
from the right side, some from the
left, some from the back and some
from the front. For a novice this task
presented a tremendous challenge.
How could a person take this rectangular lump of clay and wind up with
a representation of a beautiful
woman?
This is where a knowledgeable
instructor makes the impossible possible. Annette is used to working
with beginners. She broke the task
down into several manageable
stages. After that it was up to the eye
of each sculptor to see what was
actually there. And as each sculptor
saw all the other sides of the figure
for 15 minutes or so at a time, forms
resembling this person took shape.
Annette paused at each person’s
work of art and suggested a way to
make this or that detail realistic. We
learned how to make the collar of
the robe as well as the cuffs of the
robe, which then gave the illusion of
a complete robe.
The allure that this particular
medium has for artists is that it can
be shaped with the tools at hand.
The two hands that deliver the
artist’s concept to the receptive
material are considered the best
tools. It is accepted that “hands on”
experience brings with it a great
measure of success. Working with
clay is the ultimate in working this
way.
After being in the class with the
model and working the clay to represent the human form it was only
natural to research prominent clay
artists. I found one who enjoyed clay
as a child but grew up to work in the
corporate world. He’d left clay art
behind, something his parents probably applauded.
Few parents
encourage their children to pursue a
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5 questions you should ask your pharmacist
(BPT) - A visit to the
pharmacy can be about
more than just picking up
prescriptions or supplies for
the medicine cabinet. It can
actually be an important,
and convenient, time to ask
your pharmacist key questions that could impact
your health.
People are encouraged
to use their pharmacist as a
resource for information
about everything from prescription medication to
lifestyle changes. There are
five key questions you
should frequently ask your
pharmacist.
What can I expect from
this medication?
Whether you're picking
up an over-the-counter
remedy or a prescription,
you should feel free to ask
your pharmacist what to
expect from the medication.
Many
medications
have potential side effects
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• Do you know how to protect yourself
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when you travel on vacation?
Our certified immunizing pharmacist can take
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Which medication(s)?
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• Typhoid
• Tetanus
• Diphtheria
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From where?
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monday - friday 9 am to 6 pm
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CARRY DRIVE MEDICAL CLINIC
#139 - 116 CARRY DRIVE SE, MEDICINE HAT, AB
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Thurs-Fri: 9:00am - 8:00pm
Weekends and Holidays 11:00am - 2:00pm
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that you should be aware of
before you take them. It
may be something as mild
as a little stomach discomfort or drowsiness, but
knowing what to expect
will help you handle any
potential side effects. Also,
knowing what to expect
could keep you from blaming any new, unrelated
symptoms on your medication.
You should also ask
how long it will take for
your medication to make
you feel better. Most antibiotics should have you feeling better in three to five
days, but an anti-depressant may need to be in your
system for three weeks
before you begin to feel its
effects. If a prescription
medicine doesn't seem to
be working in the proper
time frame, you should let
your doctor know. Remember that sudden discontinuation of some medications,
without proper professional advice, can be costly to
your health.
How long should I take
an over the counter medication before I call my doctor?
Over-the-counter medicines can provide relief for
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We are happy to have Bob, Lana, Claudette, Delanie, Evan, Kathy,
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Their professionalism and superior customer service do us
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They look forward to serving you in your next prescription
purchase.
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Order your prescription via phone or online and receive a
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Co-op Mall Pharmacy
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Pharmacy Hours:
Mon-Fri 9am-7pm
Sat 9am-6pm
Sun 11am - 6pm
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10 Northland Way N.E.
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Pharmacy Hours:
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Sat 9am-6pm; Sun 11am - 6pm
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a number of ailments, but
sometimes you need to see
a doctor either for a prescription or a correct diagnosis of your symptoms.
Your pharmacist can help
guide you when you're not
sure if it is time to see a doctor.
A pharmacist can give
you advice on how quickly
you should see symptom
relief with an over-thecounter medication. Many
times, people will treat
themselves too long with
over-the-counter medicine
or will switch from one
product to another looking
for relief, and many times
don't go to a physician
when they need to.
How do I manage my
condition?
When someone leaves
the doctor's office after a
diagnosis, they may be
scared or shell-shocked.
There may be questions
about medication or daily
management that they didn't think to ask.That's where
a pharmacist can help.
A pharmacist can
counsel you about weight
loss, healthy eating and
ways to promote cardiovascular activity. With proper
disease management, some
patients
can
actually
reduce or eliminate their
need for prescription medication altogether.
Do these medicines
mix?
It is important to ask a
pharmacist about whether
any new medication will
mix well with other things
you are already taking.
Dietary supplements,
herbal supplements and
over-the-counter
medicines can interact or interfere with prescription medications. When you are
having a prescription filled,
your pharmacist should ask
you about all other medications that you're taking. If
you're on prescription medication, check with the
pharmacist before beginning any new over-thecounter supplements or
medication to make sure it
is safe.
What should I do about
my persistent, minor symptoms?
You should never hesitate to ask a pharmacist
about a persistent, minor
symptom that might be
bothering you.
If you're having a nonspecific or persistent symptom that you think is minor,
you should still ask your
pharmacist about it. A pharmacist can recommend an
over-the-counter medicine
that may relieve symptoms,
but can also advise you to
see a doctor about your
symptom rather than ignoring it.
A pharmacist can be a
great source of health information. All you have to do is
ask.
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HEALING WITH
NATURE
OLY’S ALEHOUSE
& EATERY
QUICK CLEAN
Make it Oly’s for an ALE of a good time!
Happy Hour: 3 pm - 7 pm & all day Sunday
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20TH ANNIVERSARY
403-548-OLYS(6597) 417 - 7th St. SW
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Friday, March 20TH
Ribs, Kneffla & Sauerkraut
Listen to Music performed by Dusty Tucker
Monday, March 23RD
• Wash • Vacuum • Wipe
Newest Comedy Musical Group Coming
$10 Cover Charge
Small and Mid Sized Vehicles
Your Car Isn’t Clean UNLESS it’s
Cleaned HARDCORE!
Friday, March 27TH
6 oz. Steak with Choice of Sides
739 Kingsway Ave. S.E. Medicine Hat, AB
Join us for Wing Wednesdays
403.527.3445
VLTs are here, try your LUCK
Agriculture
Automotive
Automotive
Garage Sales
FOR SALE: Massey Ferguson
165 tractor -3 point hitch, Allied
loader, 3245 hrs. $4000.00.
John Deere 14 ft. Hoe drill, good
shape $400.00. Phone: (403)
527-0206
FOR SALE: Canopy for 2007 to
2012 GMC Canyon or Colorado
$400.00 OBO. Phone: (403)
526-1963
FOR SALE: 1995 Chev Z71,
leather interior, A/C, tilt wheel,
most options of the day,
416,000 km, 85% highway miles
on synthetic oil front to back
since 20,000 km’s, new tires,
new brakes, extensive complete
tune up and mechanical check
up in the last 6 months, service
records etc on file. would make
a good farm “go for” service
truck,
has
skin
cancer,
mechanically in A-1, I wouldn’t
be afraid to take it on the road.
Asking $2000.00 obo maybe
considered. Phone: (403) 5818632 9am - 5pm
RUMMAGE SALE: Medicine
Hat Coin & Stamp club is
holding a rummage sale March
21st from 12 - 4 pm at the Red
Cross Building, 398 Aberdeen
Street SE, Free admission.
Automotive
FOR SALE: 2004 Honda
Odyssey van, leather heated
front seats, new tires, timing belt
done at 131,000 km, clean
consistently maintained, at
188,000 km, $7489.00 obo
Phone: (403) 977-1637
FOR SALE: 2007 Ford Focus
SE, 92,000 km, $6000.00.
Phone: (403) 526-8647
FOR SALE: 2 seat covers,
camo for truck bucket seats,
$50.00. Phone: (403) 580-9922
FOR SALE: 1981 Chev 3/4 ton
2 wd, 350, 4 spd., runs
excellent, $1600.00 obo. 1984
Ford 1/2 ton 4 x 4, 300 6 cyl, 4
spd. runs excellent, rare,
$2400.00 obo Phone: (403)
928-1468
FOR SALE: 1991 Ford Escort, 4
cyl., 5 spd, great little A to B car,
$400.00 obo, as is. Phone: (403)
866-3590
CLASSIFIEDS SELL!!
Household
FOR SALE: Complete 10 piece
kids bedroom suite includes 2
captains beds, dressers & desk,
light blonde wood, good
condition, $700.00 obo. Phone:
(403) 527-7587
FOR SALE: Sofa with oak trim,
country flower print $60.00.
Phone: (403) 526-9041
Donna Rae
The Natural Healing Clinic has been helping people
in Medicine Hat for 20 years. We have been through
many changes over the years, trying to find the best way
to help people be healthier.
Dr. Albert Schweitzer said “Within every patient there
resides a doctor and we as physicians are at our best
when we put our patients in touch with the doctor inside
themselves”. That is what we have been focusing on for
the last 10 years, teaching people about natural healing
methods so they can be more aware of their own needs
and address them before they get really sick. For those
that are really sick, when they come to see us, we teach
them the best way for their particular body to heal itself.
Natural Healing isn’t as easy as popping a pill or
taking a multi-vitamin. We all know that taking the easy
route just doesn’t address the real problem that lurks
underneath. For the thousands we have helped here,
they are now more self sufficient and understand their
special weaknesses and needs.
For those who would like to look at past
articles we have written or handouts that
we use in the clinic, we are now on
facebook: facebook.com/naturalhealingclinic
AND many will also appear on our blog:
[email protected]
We look forward to helping many more people over
the next 20 years.
Donna Rae at the Natural Healing Clinic.
Phone 403-526-5700
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on Monday March 23rd
from 9:00am to 5:30pm
13th Avenue Co-op Mall location
on Wednesday, Thursday & Friday
March 18, 19 and 20th
from 9:00am to 7:30pm
Northlands on Saturday and Sunday,
March 21st and 22nd
from 9:00am to 5:30pm
Taber Co-op Food Store
on Tuesday & Wednesday,
March 24th & 25th
from 9:00am to 7:30pm
OUR PROFITS
ARE YOUR PROFITS!
Medicine Hat Co-op Members received
6 cents/Litre in shares
and cash back
2014 Allocation Rates
Pump Gasoline/Diesel Fuel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.3%
Clear Gasoline/Diesel Fuel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.3%
Dyed Gasoline/Diesel Fuel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.2%
Oil and Grease . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15.0%
Propane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.0%
Agricultural &
Crop Protection Supplies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.0%
Fertilizer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.5%
Hardware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.0%
Pharmacy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.8%
Food/Groceries/Confectionery . . . . . . . . . . . 4.5%
Wine,Beer and Spirits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.0%
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March is National
Nutrition Month
Written by Mary Lou McCrodan, Assistant Manager
The Wellington Retirement Residence
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MEDICINE HAT
DENTURE CLINIC
RAINY DEIS
DD
In the Co-op Mall
Complete Dentures • Partials
• Softliners • Relines • Repairs
106, 3030 - 13th Ave. SE
Open Monday - Thursday 8am-5pm
Friday 8am-1pm
403-526-0020
The Bistro
at Strathcona Centre
will be providing light lunches
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
COST: $6.50 Members, $7.50 Non -Members
Friday Hot Lunch Special 11:30am - 1:30pm
March 13th
March 20th
March 27th
Soup of the Day
Bacon Wrapped
Chicken
Soup of the Day
Beef &
Mushroom Pie
Soup of the Day
Farmer Sausage
& Perogies
Dessert of the Day
Dessert of the Day
Dessert of the Day
Light Lunch Menu
Daily Home-Made Soup of the Day
A Selection of Hot & Cold Sandwiches made to order
(panini/baguette/bun/wraps)
A Selection of Desserts & Fresh Fruit
Tea, Coffee & a Selection of Cold Beverages
Lunch combo (sandwich/soup/dessert or fruit/tea or coffee $6.50 members and $7.50 non-member.
Items will also be individually priced if a combo is not required)
Daily Hot Sandwich Specials
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
Beef Dip
Crispy Chicken
Sandwich
B.L.T.
Turkey &
Cranberry
Swiss
Hot Lunch
Special As
Advertised
Every year in March, dietitians across the country remind us of the importance of
healthy eating and the positive impact nutrition has on our health and well-being.
Eating well will help you feel your best every day and can help prevent heart disease, diabetes, osteoporosis and some types of cancer.
Aging affects nutrition. As you get older, you need to eat less food (fewer calories)
but you need the same amount, or even more, of certain vitamins and minerals. To get
the food and nutrients you need, plan your meals.
Plan for three meals and one to three small snacks each day. Skipping any meal,
especially breakfast, will make it difficult to get all the nutrients you need each day.
Choose foods from the four food groups at each meal
Canada's Food Guide Recommends…
Seven servings from the vegetable and fruit group each day. Some examples of a
serving are: 1/2 cup fresh, frozen or canned fruit or vegetables, 1 fruit, 1/2 cup 100% juice
or 1 cup of raw leafy vegetables.
Six servings for women and seven servings for men each day from the grain products group. Examples of a serving from this group are: one slice of bread, 1/2 bagel, 1/2
pita or tortilla, 1/2 cup (125 mL) cooked rice, cooked cereal, or cooked pasta.
Increasing intake of milk and alternatives to three servings each day to help meet
increased needs for vitamin D. Examples of a serving from this food group are: one cup
(250 mL) milk, 1/2 cup (125 mL) canned evaporated milk, one cup fortified soy beverage,
3/4 cup (175 g) yogurt, 1 1/2 ounces (50 grams) of cheese.
Two servings for woman and three servings for men each day from the meat and
alternatives group. Examples of a serving are: 2 1/2 ounces (1/2 cup) cooked poultry, fish,
shellfish and lean meat, 2 eggs, 2 tablespoons of peanut or nut butters, 3/4 cup (175 mL)
cooked legumes or tofu or 1/4 cup (60 mL) nuts or seeds.
Eating alone can be difficult for people of any age. Cooking alone may seem like
more work, but there are ways to put the fun back into eating. Start with keeping your
fridge and cupboards full of nutritious foods that you enjoy.
Try to share meals. Studies show that when you eat with others, you eat healthier.
You could try organizing a ‘meal sharing group’ and get together with a few friends or
family who also have empty nests and share the cooking tasks. When you do this, you
can still buy the larger portions, but you get to have some fun and share the cooking
and the delicious outcome with the group. Treat yourself well by making plans to eat
well and also enjoy the company of family, friends and neighbours.
Every day at The Wellington, residents have the opportunity to experience fine dining in the Harvest Dining Room while sharing the company of fellow residents and family. Sample menus are posted on our website. To learn more about the good eating that
awaits you at The Wellington, please call 403-526-5762 or visit www.thewellingtonmh.com
Senior Services – City
of Medicine Hat
News and Views March Edition
Notice of membership fee changes:
Regular Membership: $32.00
Full Membership: $70.00
Revised prices are effective: Monday,
March 23, 2015
WELLNESS WEDNESDAY EVENTS
Watch each month for upcoming events
and topics that will assist you in reaching
your personal goal for health and wellness. Take the first step to making a difference in your life. These events are no
charge and open to everyone.
WELLNESS WEDNESDAY INFORMATION
SESSION
March 18 ~ 10:00am - 12:00pm ~ South
Auditorium at Strathcona Centre
Topic: Funeral Planning 101
· what to do when a death occurs
· funeral options available
· pre-arrangements/pre-planning options
· cemetery options
Get the answers to any other questions
you may have about funeral arrangements and options. Stay and talk to some
of the great staff from the local funeral
homes about your, or a loved one’s specific planning options. Session will be facilitated by: Cook Southland Funeral Chapel
& Crematorium, Pattison Funeral Home &
Crematorium, Saamis Memorial Funeral
Chapel, and The City of Medicine Hat.
INFORMATION OFFICERS
Starting March 2nd, Information Officers
are available by appointment only. Monday & Wednesdays at 10:00 - 12:00pm
People are encouraged to use this program for assistance to fill out Canada Pension Plan Retirement forms, applying for
the Guaranteed Income Supplement, or
assistance with Old Age Security forms.
INDOOR LAWN FLOOR BOWLING CLUB
is moving from Chinook Village to Strathcona Centre South Auditorium: Thursdays
1:00pm – 3:00 pm and Saturdays 1:30pm
– 3:30 pm
Start Date: Thursday Feb. 19th and
Saturday, Feb. 21st
For more information call Pat Rogge (Club
President) at 529-2763.
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Senior Services – City of Medicine Hat
News and Views - March Edition
COMMUNITY VOLUNTEER
INCOME TAX PROGRAM (CVITP)
Volunteers assist low to modest income seniors, who
have simple tax situations, with preparation and electronic filing of their annual income tax and benefit return.
You must be a 2015 Strathcona Centre member, not
exceed the maximum income levels listed below, and
have a simple tax situation.
THIS PROGRAM STARTS MARCH 1st!
2013 INCOME TAX YEAR MAXIMUM INCOME LEVELS
TAXPAYER STATUS
FAMILY INCOME
Single Person
up to $30,000
Couple
up to $40,000
One adult with one child
up to $35,000
Each additional dependent add $2,500 to
the family income
Maximum interest income $1,000
TAXPAYERS NOT SERVED BY THE CVITP are individuals
with complex returns, such as those who:
• have self-employment income
• have business or rental income expenses
• have capital gains or losses
• have employment expenses
• filed for bankruptcy
• deceased in 2014
Qualifying individuals can contact the Strathcona Centre
Reception desk at (403) 529-8307 to register. You must
have a membership before you can sign up. A volunteer
tax officer will contact them to schedule an appointment
time.
7 mind-blowing ways smart hearing aids can change your life
4. They anticipate and adapt automatically
Smart hearing aids constantly scan the environment to determine the optimal listening mode
for your current situation. For example, at a noisy
family gathering, the hearing aids can automatically focus on Aunt Sally talking in front of you. They
even know when you're driving a car from the
sound of the engine. The microphones automatically adjust to the side or back seat so you can hear
passengers clearly without turning your head.
(BPT) - Smart devices are everywhere today.
From phones and watches to appliances and even
toothbrushes, smart devices are easy and intuitive
to use, anticipate your needs and desires, are interactive, and seamlessly connect with your other
high-tech devices.
Even hearing aids are getting a high-tech
upgrade, with brands now making smart hearing
aids. But how do you know if a smart hearing aid is
for you? Check out the top seven features of smart
hearing aids and see how they can redefine quality
of life for you and your loved ones:
1. They mimic the way your brain hears
Did you know you hear with your brain, not your
ears? When fit as a pair, smart hearing aids share and
exchange information in real time, imitating how
the brain naturally hears. This type of technology is
called binaural (two-ear) hearing.
2. They outperform normal hearing
Ever had trouble hearing in a busy restaurant?
Smart hearing aids automatically tune in to speech
you want to hear while suppressing unwanted background noise. This has been proven to provide better hearing in these situations than people with perfectly normal hearing.
3. They outsmart wind
If you've ever been on the phone when the wind
is blowing, you know what it's like to have wind
wreak havoc on your conversation. With traditional
hearing aids, the same thing happens when wind
hits the tiny microphones. Smart hearing aids outsmart wind by taking the audio signal from the
hearing aid with less wind and instantly transferring
it to the side with more wind.
5. They continuously learn
Manual volume or treble adjustments are
sometimes needed when you first wear hearing
aids but nobody wants to be constantly fiddling
with these controls. Smart hearing aids remember
and learn from every volume adjustment you
make, so in just a few weeks they will have learned
your personal listening preferences.
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6. They put you in control
Automatic adjustments are very convenient, but
in some situations it's good to know you can still
take manual control when wanted. Smart hearing
aids make these manual adjustments easy and discreet by integrating with your smartphone. Free
smartphone apps allow you to discreetly control the
volume, program and treble of your hearing aids.
Another app lets you choose the direction you want
to listen just by tapping your phone.
7. They connect to other devices
Smart hearing aids use Bluetooth technology to
transform your hearing aids into wireless stereo earbuds. They give you the freedom to interact with all
of your devices, so you can stream a phone call, listen to iTunes or Pandora radio, or stream Netflix
from your TV or tablet.
Remember, all hearing aids should help you
hear better but the most intelligent hearing aids
take advantage of the latest technology to address
all of your listening needs. Talk with your hearing
care professional to find out if smart hearing aids are
the right solution for you.
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CLAY ARTISTRY
Continued from Front Page
career as an artist. It is a precarious way to make a living.
The artist I found returned
to “messing around with mud.”
He says, “For me working with
clay allows me to earn a living
doing something I would
choose to do with pleasure.”
He’d left behind a corporate
world where, “there was too
much posturing and rutting of
horns going on.” Peter Holland
felt the enchantment of working with a material out of which
he could shape anything that
his imagination suggested. You
can find Clay Artist Peter Holland’s works on the Internet.
The clay we use in the Hat
Art Club comes from Plainsman
clay and is mined in Alberta,
Saskatchewan, and Manitoba.
There is a certain delight in
opening the box and hauling
out a large block of the material that might tend towards gray
or tan. The plastic bag keeps it
moist. Roll down the bag and
with a wire cut free a rectangular portion. Then you feel a bit
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respond to the suggestions
your hand give it. Of course
there are other handy-dandy
tools that make marks in clay.
Sometimes the simplest items
make the most interesting
impressions.
Those who have played
with clay for years will even buy
garlic presses for the potential
they have to make long strands
of spaghetti, or wool for a
sheep. It’s the potential of clay
that makes it magic.
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The Medicine Hat Police
Service would like to remind
you that:
Did You Know???
Unbelted occupants are one
of the leading causes of
death and serious injury in
motor vehicle collisions. 43%
of deaths are from unbelted
occupants and 57% of dead
youths were unbelted. Please
buckle up for safety!!
Richmound Agricultural Land Tender
Household
FARM LAND for sale by Tender located in the
R.M. OF ENTERPRISE #142
SE 11-18-28 W3 (160 acres) NW 02-18-28 W3 (159 acres)
Land is located 3 miles North of Richmound, Saskatchewan
NEW KING MATTRESS:
New
King
Mattress,
orthopedic pillow top. Still in
plastic. Sell for $400. Can
deliver. Phone: 403-5263628
Tenders to close April 2, 2015, 7:00pm
Please submit tenders in writing to the vendor; Darrell P. Koch,
6 Ross Heights Place SE, Medicine Hat, Alberta T1B 2E5
For more information: 403-527-5063 or [email protected]
FOR
SALE:
Garbage
compacter,
older
model,
excellent working condition,
$75.00. Phone: (403) 580-9922
Buyer should rely upon their own personal inspection of land for sale.
Lands listed are sold as is, less uncollected crops.
FOR SALE: Hobbylock 4 thread
Serger $150.00. Phone: (403)
528-9094
Terms and Conditions of the Tender are as follows:
1. Buyer’s offer must clearly indicate legal description and offer must be clearly stated.
2. The highest, or any, offer will not necessarily be accepted, the landowner reserves
the right to reject any bid.
3. In addition to the top offer for any individual parcel, consideration will be given to
offers that provide the highest aggregate price for combination of parcels.
4. Buyer must provide a certified cheque of a 5% deposit of the price being offered,
or the tender will not be considered.
5. An agreement for sale and transfer will be prepared in the name of the successful
Bidder. 30 days will be allowed from the date of agreement to provide the balance
owing in cash or the 5% deposit will be forfeited. All fees to register land are the
responsibility of the purchaser.
Household
BEDROOM SUITE: Extreme
value 3pc bedroom suite,
new still in boxes, $499. Can
deliver. Phone: 403-5263628
FOR SALE: Small stacking
stools with backs, 5 for $25.00.
Phone: (403) 527-6985
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FOR SALE: Sears fridge 29”
deep x 28” wide x 60” high,
white, excellent condition,
$350.00 Phone: (403) 504-4677
FOR SALE: Janome special
edition sewing machine with
cabinet $80.00. Phone: (403)
527-6985
SUPER DEAL: Spring Air,
Mattress/box, brand new still
in plastic, $200. Can Deliver.
Phone: (403) 526-3628.
FOR SALE: China cabinet,
table and 6 chairs, real oak,
excellent condition, moving sale,
for more info Phone: (403) 5276682
FOR SALE: Fancy oak curio
cabinet with glass doors
$375.00. Large 5 ft to 7 ft maple
dining table, excellent condition,
$375.00. Phone: (403) 5041938
FOR SALE: Pinwheel crystal
and cut glass cake plates and
boles, condiment dishes, etc.
$20 - $80 obo. Phone: (403)
527-3881
QUEEN SIZE MATTRESS &
BOX:
New,
orthopedic
pillow-top, mattress. Still in
plastic. Sell for $280. Can
deliver. Phone: 403-5263628
FOR SALE: Gliding foot stool
$75.00 obo. Phone: (403) 5273881
FOR SALE: Electric motorized
Tempur Pedic single bed, never
used $500.00. Phone: (403)
526-5214
City Clerk Department
580 First Street S.E., Medicine Hat, AB T1A 8E6
PH: 403-529-8220 FAX: 403-529-8182
NOW HIRING CENSUS ENUMERATORS
City Clerk (Temporary Term)
The City of Medicine Hat has opportunities for Census Enumerators within the City Clerk Department. These
positions will be responsible for the collection of confidential Census data. As part of our Census Team you will
be an important point of contact for the public during the 2015 Census.
If you are over the age of 18, hardworking, industrious, tactful, capable of exercising good judgement and are
available to work evenings and weekends between the months of April, May and June, then consider applying for
one of our Enumerator positions. Training will be provided.
Required Qualifications:
• Experience in dealing with confidential information.
• Ability to be organized, self-motivated, show initiative and make decisions independently using sound
judgement, sensitivity and tact in dealing with others.
• Ability to work with an Ipad to enter census information.
• Ability to walk door-to-door with possible navigation of stairs and curbs.
• Demonstrated attention to detail and superior communication skills.
• Demonstrated ability to prioritize.
• Flexible and customer service focused, with demonstrated experience in dealing positively with the public.
• Portray positive self-image.
• Previous experience as a census worker preferred but not mandatory.
Qualified candidates are invited to complete an application form and submit to the City Clerk Department, City
Hall, 580 – First Street SE, Medicine Hat, AB T1A 8E6; fax (403) 529-8182; e-mail [email protected]
Applications can be found on the City of Medicine Hat website or picked up at the City Clerk department,
2nd floor, City Hall. The closing date for applications is March 20, 2015.
We thank all applicants; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
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922 Allowance Avenue S.E., Medicine Hat, AB T1A 3G7
Office Hours: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM Monday to Friday
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advertising and other material printed by or distributed by the Medicine Hat or Lethbridge
Shopper. All copy and type arrangements are subject to approval of the General Manager on
behalf of the Shopper who has the right to refuse any advertisement or insertion. The
advertiser agrees that the liability of the Shopper, or its employees for damages or costs
arising out of errors in printing or insertion of advertisements or other material is limited to
the actual amount paid for the space used by that portion of the advertisement containing the
error or the actual cost paid to have the advertisement or any other material inserted in the
Shopper. Notice of error is required before the second insertion. The Shopper will not be liable
for any other claims of damages for not printing or non-inserting of any advertisement or
other material. NOTE: Files can be e-mailed, however The Medicine Hat Shopper will not accept
responsibility for colour inconsistencies. E-mailed files must be accompanied by an electronic
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COMMUNITY
COMMUNITY
IRVINE & DISTRICT AG
SOCIETY - will be having a St.
Pat's Family Dance, Saturday,
March 14th starting at 8:00pm at
the Irvine Sports Complex. Music
by Sizzlin' Sounds. Lunch
provided. For more info call 403834-2122
GET YOUR PASSPORTS READY The Medicine Hat Public Library
want to take you on a trip.
Passport to knowledge contest
for a chance to win great prizes.
Collect stamps for your passport
when you attend any regularly
scheduled library program or
the four specially planned trips
throughout the year.The first trip
scheduled for Saturday March 14
from 11:00am to 4:00pm, will
take you on a crafting journey.
Unique craft stations will be set
up at the Medicine hat Public
Library, Crazy Quilters Lair,
Cultural Centre, Miywasin
Centre, and Police Point Park.
Visit all 5 locations and collect a
Passport to Knowledge stamp
for each craft completed.
ALL
SAINTS
ANGLICAN
CHURCH - Annual Turkey
Supper - 606 12th Street SW,
Sunday March 15th . One Sitting
6:00 PM. Tickets by Reservation
call 403-526-9182. Adults $12,
(Children under 12) $8. Gluten
Free Available.
ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION
BR# 17 GENERAL MEETING March 16 in the Canteen at
7:30pm. Please attend.
LIFETREE CAFE - Presents - Only
One Way to God? - Hillcrest
Church Coffee House, from 78pm Wednesday, March 18th,
2015. 3785 - 13 Ave SE. Coffee
provided. All are welcome. Free.
Check our Facebook page:
Lifetree Cafe- MH or visit
lifetreecafe.com for more info.
CANADIAN MENTAL HEALTH Presents learn the art of
balancing your money with
expenses, money saving tips and
pitfalls along the way. Small
classes. Free. March 19, Hillcrest
Church 1:30 - 4:00pm.To register
call Karen Canadian Mental
Health 403-504-1811 ext 101.
THE GAS CITY GOOD SAM RV
TRAVEL CLUB - will be holding
their regular meeting at 7:00pm
on March 19th at the Union Hall
2055 Saamis Dr. NW. For more
info contact Marg at 403-5272933.
ROVING GYMS - Free indoor
play for families with children 0 6. 6:30 - 8:30pm Every
Wednesday: Downtown YMCA.
Friday, March 20: Vincent Massey
School
FIFTH AVENUE MEMORIAL
UNITED CHURCH - located on
the corner of 4th Street and 5th
Avenue will host a Spaghetti
Supper and Dessert Auction Friday, March 20th at 6:00pm.
Cost: $25.00/adult with a $20.00
tax receipt, $5.00/youth 17 &
under. Seating is limited.
Advance tickets only. Tickets are
available at the church office. For
more information or tickets
please call 403-526-2237
MEDICINE HAT COIN & STAMP
CLUB - is holding a Stamp and
Coin Rummage Sale on March
21 from 12 noon to 4:00pm at
the Canadian Red Cross Building,
398 Aberdeen St. SE. Free
admission.
MUSIC COLLECTORS SHOW
AND SALE - Saturday, March 21,
9:00am -5:00pm St. Ambrose
Church, 505 Fifth St. SE Redcliff.
Instruments, Amplifiers, PA's,
Home Stereos, Records, CD's etc.
Concession available.
THE GERMAN CANADIAN
HARMONY CLUB - is holding
their Annual Eisbein (Porkhocks)
& Sauerkraut Supper & Dance,
Saturday March 21st at the
Harmony Hall, Redcliff. Cocktails
at 6pm, Supper at 7pm. Dance
Music by The Harvey Fleck Band.
Everyone is Welcome. For more
info Call: 403-581-9140, 403-5483556 or 403-548-7531
LONGFELLOW HALL - is holding
their Reverse Raffle Dance on
March 28, doors open at 9:00pm.
Dance to Phoenix. For more info
call 403-529-7432
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and wellness can seem like a daunting task, especially if you know you
have some bad
health habits to
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make today can
result
in
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health benefits.
It
starts
with you. You
have more control over your
health than you
think you do.
Here are
five steps you
can take today
that can have a
positive impact on your overall
health and wellness.
Stop smoking
Everyone knows smoking is bad
for you. In fact, people who smoke
have by far the greatest risk of lung
cancer, and increased risk of a cardiac
event. But, many people don't realize
that changes in the lungs caused by
smoking can actually improve over
time once a smoker quits.
Even if you've smoked for many
years, you can reduce your lung cancer risks just by quitting.This isn't just
about your own health. Smoking
puts the ones you love at risk,
because even second-hand smoke
can cause cancer. So, quitting is a
win-win for you and those you love.
People who want to quit smoking do better when they set a target
date to quit. Try working with your
primary health care provider who
can actually individualize a stopsmoking plan for you. Getting support from others is a crucial part of
the battle.
Increase your water intake
Sixty percent of your body
weight is water. Your body depends
on water to carry nutrients to cells
and to flush toxins out of vital
organs, so getting the right amount
of fluids each day is crucial.
Men should drink 3 liters, or 13
cups, per day. For women, the recommendation is 2.2 liters, or 9 cups, per
day. If that recommendation seems
tough to follow, try dividing it up
throughout the day.
Make sure you have water with
every meal and also drink water at
least once between each meal. That
divides up your fluid intake and can
make the amount seem less daunting.
And, you don't have to stick to
water. Milk, coffee, and other drinks
that contain a lot of water and not a
lot of calories count towards your
daily fluid intake.
Exercise
Exercise reduces your risk for
chronic disease, improves balance
and coordination and helps with
weight loss. Exercise is a key part of
living a healthy life.
150 minutes a week of moderate
exercise, or 90 minutes of vigorous
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to spend hours
at a time in the
gym to reap the
benefits.
Adopt the
Mediterranean
diet
The
Mediterranean
diet is a diet rich
in fruits, vegetables, olive oil,
nuts and fish.
The results of
numerous studies show longterm
health
benefits to adopting the diet.
This is a diet filled with antioxidants and anti-inflammatories. This
diet has been shown to reduce the
risk of heart disease and cancer
when adhered to long-term. Weight
loss and improvement in cholesterol
can be seen after just a few months.
Have your cholesterol checked
You might be surprised to learn
that you should begin having your
cholesterol monitored by a doctor at
age 20.
There is no reason to avoid having your cholesterol checked. If your
cholesterol levels aren't where they
should be, you can change them.
Levels that are too high can be
controlled by diet, quitting smoking,
exercise, and even prescription medication.
There are so many things we can
do to improve not only the length of
our life, but the quality of those
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"staycation" has grown in popularity. Decks and patios
can make backyards more appealing. The scope of your
investment will depend on the size of the deck and
design. Doing the work yourself can cut the cost of decks
in half, but only if you have the specific tools or experience to tackle such a project.
• Improve curb appeal. Adding attractive landscaping and freshening up the entryway to a home can add
considerable value to your home, as buyers judge homes
by their exteriors. Completely renovated interiors may
never be seen if buyers pass up your home because of a
less attractive exterior. Classy, subtle changes, like wellplaced shrubbery and a green lawn, can work wonders.
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Before making improvements, homeowners should
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The Properties
Your guide to RENOVATING or RELOCATING!
Redefine a space with an interior decorator's help
(MS)Those who have already invested quite a bit of
money into their homes but want to add some finishing
touches would be wise to hire interior decorators or
designers. Homeowners often have no idea where to
begin when attempting to establish flow from room to
room in their homes. Decorators can help homeowners
tailor the interiors of their homes to the homes produce
the desired vibe.
Hiring a designer can help a person avoid making
potentially costly design errors. An aesthetically appealing house also can increase the home's value, setting a
property above others in terms of appeal. Even though
the designer will charge
a fee, the investment
may be well worth the
expense when the room
is done right the first
time.
Interior decorators
have
numerous
resources at their disposal. Fine tuned to the
world of design, they
understand which trends
will come and go and
also which design ideas
have staying power. In
addition, decorators will
be in touch with vendors
in the industry, connecting homeowners with
the best of the best in
terms of providing furniture, housewares, photography, and additional
special touches that help
make a house a home.
In addition to expertise and resources, interior decorators have eyes
that will be trained on
things homeowners may
not have noticed or even
realized can be done. A
designer may envision
removing a room to create more space or knocking a wall down to let
more natural light into a
room.
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Things that mar an automotive paint job
A car owner who decides he or she wants the car to
remain in the best shape possible will have to take an
active role in maintenence and damage prevention. One
of the key things to remember is to never allow any substance to remain on the paint for too long.
• UV light: Just as UV light can affect skin, hair and
other parts of the body, it also can affect the paint on a
car. UV rays oxidize the paint and cause a white, powdery
film to form on the car. Washing the car frequently
enough and applying the best quality wax will help
keep UV rays from penetrating through the paint.
• Over sprays: Life does not stop to allow cars to
drive through, particularly when it comes to construction zones. It's possible for a car to be doused in paint
spray, tar, concrete, and other chemicals that are routinely used in construction. Do not allow these substances to harden on the car. Rinse promptly with automotive soap. Try to avoid construction zones whenever
possible.
• Natural substances: Tree sap, bird droppings and
splattered insects contain compounds that can erode
the paint on a car. Avoid parking under large trees
where sap and bird droppings may be prevalent. In
terms of bug splatter, try to wash it off as soon as possible to alleviate damage.
• Eggs: Oftentimes, rambunctious children think it
is funny to egg a car. However, the enzymes and sulfur
content in eggs can cause paint and clear coat to dissolve, leaving white spots in the wake of the egg.
Because egg can be sticky and very hard to remove
once dried, it is helpful to wash it off as soon as possible.
It takes only a few hours for the damage to be permanent.
Bring in this reusable coupon and get the
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not just HONDA
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2007 Dodge Nitro
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2005 Chrysler PT
Cruiser GT
2007 Mitsubishi
Eclipse GS
2014 Toyota
Tacoma
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for
for
95
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TIRE
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AND
33 POINT
INSPECTION
Coupon required. Expires March 31, 2015
*Some exceptions and exclusions apply see dealer for details.
Sun Valley Honda has the lowest price on Tires in
Medicine Hat Guaranteed. We will sell and install almost
any size or brand of tire. This Guarantee applies to all
vehicles you own not just HONDA.
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STK#: P015022A
WAS $14,999
$
NOW
12,998
STK#: P10579B
WAS $8,998
$
NOW
7,500
STK#: P10545C
WAS $7,999
$
NOW
6,999
STK#: P10585B
WAS $31,998
$
NOW
30,499
2010 Nissan Sentra
Spec V
2001 Chevy
Silverado 1500 LS
2011 Nissan Rogue
SV
2005 Kia Sedona
EX
STK#: C015012A
WAS $13,998
$
STK#: A014037B
WAS $7,999
$
STK#: P10576A
WAS $21,000
$
STK#: A014022B
WAS $6,999
$
NOW
11,999
2007 Pontiac
G-5 SE
NOW
5,998
2011 Subaru
Impreza STI AWD
NOW
18,999
2010 Ford Edge
SEL
NOW
4,999
2011 Nissan Juke
SL AWD
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Sask Tax Paid
STK#: Y014031C
WAS $7,400
$
NOW
5,999
Sask Tax Paid
STK#: P10572A
WAS $37,998
$
NOW
34,993
STK#: R014017A
WAS $20,000
$
NOW
17,499
STK#: P10538B
WAS $21,998
$
NOW
18,999
2012 Toyota Camry
LE
2011 Chevy Impala
LS
2008 Toyota
Highlander Sport
2010 Ford Focus
SE
STK#: P10565A
WAS $20,998
$
Sask Tax Paid
STK#: P10513C
WAS $12,998
$
STK#: Y014026A
WAS $20,998
$
STK#: V014076A
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16,999
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Strachan Court
Court SE,
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Medicine Hat
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WE SPECIALIZE IN
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A passion with safety in mind
When driving a
motorcycle,
you
should never be overconfident... better to
be cautious and anticipate what could happen. Anticipating the
road and any obstacles means looking
ahead as the bike will
always head towards
where you are looking. So, on a winding
road, when negotiating a bend, you
shouldn’t look at the
bend you’re in but
rather at the next one.
Indeed, looking ahead
is the key safety element when on two
wheels; this is what
influences your driving. You should
always stay on the
part of the road
where you have maximum visibility and
avoid straying into
the opposite lane.
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2014 GMC Acadia
Stk: 5259A; 41,113km, AWD, Silver
Was $31,900
NOW
28,999 +GST & FEE!
or $211 bi-weekly
$
2014 Chevrolet Impala
Stk: 5283A; 2 in stock, V6, auto, Bluetooth, satellite radio
or
Was $25,900
Stk: 5284A
NOW
23,999 +GST & FEE!
or $175 bi-weekly
$
2012 Hyundai
Sonata
2014 GMC
Yukon SLE
2014 Chevrolet
Spark
2010 VW
Tiguan
Stk: 5251C; 45,875km,
Leather, sunroof, aftermarket
wheels
Was $18,900
Stk: 5288A; 48,870km, 4WD,
Leather, remote start,
Bluetooth
Was $38,900
Stk: 140654A; Auto
Was $12,900
Stk: 150280A; 84,506km,
4 motion, auto
Was $17,900
NOW $16,999
or $143 bi-weekly
NOW $36,999
or $268 bi-weekly
NOW $11,999
or $90 bi-weekly
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or $165 bi-weekly
2013 Chevrolet
2500 LTZ
2014 Cadillac
ATS
2013 GMC
Terrain
2014 Chevrolet
Tahoe LT
Stk: 5274A; Only 29,306 km,
4WD, Crew Cab, diesel,
leather, remote start, white
Was $54,900
Stk: 5276A; 20,157km, AWD,
2.0L Turbo, remote start,
leather, auto, black
Was $34,900
Stk: 5224B; AWD, auto,
Bluetooth, satellite radio,
black
Was $22,900
Stk: 5287A; AWD, Leather,
remote start, auto, white
Was $38,900
NOW $53,999
or $390 bi-weekly
NOW $32,999
or $240 bi-weekly
NOW $20,999
or $155 bi-weekly
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Simple steps that help people with diabetes
keep their feet healthy
(BPT) - A diabetes diagnosis can
be daunting, but a simple attitude
adjustment can make a world of difference in how well you fare while living with the disease. By proactively
taking steps to monitor key health
indicators, experts agree that it's possible to prevent some of the most
severe risks of diabetes,
including lower limb
amputation.
People ages 20 and
older who are living with
diabetes account for
about 60 percent of nontraumatic
lower-limb
amputations.
The occurrence of
diabetes-related
foot
and lower-leg amputation has decreased by 65
percent since 1996.
Working together, podiatrists and their patients
with diabetes can reduce the number
of amputations even more.
People with diabetes may be less
aware of cuts or wounds on their feets
due to the nerve damage related to
their disease. Regular and vigilant foot
care can help catch problems before
they develop into a health crisis.
Here is advice to help people with
diabetes protect their foot health:
• Inspect your feet daily, checking
the entire foot and all 10 toes for cuts,
bruises, sores or changes to the toenails, such as thickening or discoloration. Treat wounds immediately
and see your podiatrist if a problem
persists or infection is apparent.
• Exercise by walking, which can
help you maintain a healthy weight
and improve circulation. Be sure to
wear appropriate athletic shoes
appropriate for the type of exercise
you're doing.
• When you buy new shoes, have
them properly measured and fitted.
Foot size and shape can change over
time, and ill-fitting shoes are a leading
cause of foot pain and lesions. Certain
types of shoes, socks and custom
orthotics are available for people with
diabetes, and they may be covered by
insurance.
• Keep your feet covered and
never go barefoot even at home. The
risk of cuts and infection is too great.
• See a podiatrist to remove calluses, corns or warts - don't tackle them
yourself and don't ask a unlicensed
non-professional to do it. Over-thecounter products can burn your skin
and injure your foot. Podiatrists are
specially trained to address all aspects
of foot health for people with diabetes.
• Get checkups twice a year. An
exam by your podiatrist is the best
way to ensure your feet stay healthy.
For people with diabetes, taking
charge of your own foot health can
help you avoid foot-related complications like amputation. Work with
today's podiatrist to help you safeguard your foot health.
Motorcycles and safe
driving practices
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The pleasure of driving on two wheels has to be combined with flawless safety practices.
Certain skills have to be
mastered in order to drive a
motorcycle. The pleasure of
driving on two wheels must
be combined with flawless
safety practices. After all, the
smallest of errors can be fatal.
Before getting on their
bikes, motorcyclists must first
of all pay careful attention to
their clothing. Why? Because
their clothing is the only form
of protection they have. Everyone has scraped a knee on
asphalt when riding a bike or a
scooter as a child, so just imagine the result of a fall or a crash
at 100 km/hour! an hour!
Wearing a jacket made of
leather or an anti-abrasive
material is not a luxury, it’s a
necessity, whatever the weather. Gloves and boots are other
indispensable items in a
motorcyclist’s wardrobe. As far
as helmets are concerned, full
face models offer the best protection.
Short trips are advisable
for the first few outings in
order to get the feel of the
motorcycle.The techniques for
maintaining balance at slow
speeds, negotiating bends and
corners, braking at intersections, and avoiding obstacles
must be mastered perfectly —
all while keeping to the speed
limits, of course. Sharing the
road with other users is another important element that will
only succeed if everyone
behaves in a safe and courteous manner.
Being aware of the risks
attached to driving a motorcycle and being capable of managing them is to demonstrate
an exemplary, proactive attitude, one which will never
detract from your pleasure
and sense of freedom.
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• Free Consultations
• New Patients Welcome
• Alberta Senior Benefit Program
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• Repairs While You Wait
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Miscellaneous
Mark’s Towing
PRAYER TO THE HOLY
SPIRIT: Holy Spirit you who
Auto Wrecking & Metal Recycling
make me see everything and
shows me the way to reach my
ideal, you who gives me the fine
divine gift to forgive and forget
the wrong that is done to me.
And you who are in all the
instances of my life, with me. I in
this short dialog want to thank
you for everything and confirm
once more that I never want to
be separated from you no
matter how great the material
desires may be. I want to be with
Deliver your scrap vehicles and scrap metal to our yard at the
you and loved ones in your
junction of Hwy 41 & Hwy 41A and receive EXTRA CASH. We take old
batteries, radiators, stoves, scrap bikes and steel pipes for recycling.
perpetual glory, Amen. Thank
you for your love towards me
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and my loved ones. Person must
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pray this 3 consecutive days
with out asking your request,
after the third day your wish will
Hunting
Miscellaneous
be granted no matter how
difficult it may be. Then promise
WANTED FIREARMS: Buying FOR SALE: Christmas tree, 7
to publish this dialog as soon as
shotguns,
estate,
military, ft., pre-lit, absolutely beautiful.
your favor has been granted. J.T.
hunting. Please don’t give up,
$100.00. Phone: (403) 527surrender
firearms
YOUR CLASSIFIEDS!
unnecessarily.
For
more 6682
information Phone: (403) 5021015
Used Auto Parts
Free Scrap Car Removal
Free Scrap Metals Removal
We pay $25 - $1000 for scrap cars
FOR SALE: Remington 22
caliber model 541S custom
Sporter, engraving on receiver,
checkered stock, 4 x 8 Bushnell
scope, collector gun in mint
condition
asking
$750.00
Phone: (403) 928-2612
FOR SALE: Pellet rifles and
pistol. 22’s - single shot, semiauto and bolt action c/w scopes.
17 hmr new in box. 410
pump.410 double barrel, 28 ga
over/under new. 12 ga double
c/with hammers. 223 Tikka c/w
tactical scope. Phone: (403)
580-9922
Miscellaneous
BLESSED VIRGIN: O most
beautiful flower of Mount
Carmel, fruitful vine, splendor of
heaven, blessed mother of the
Son of God, Immaculate Virgin,
assist me in my necessity, O
Star of the sea, help me and
show me here, my mother of
God, queen of heaven and
earth, I humbly beseech you
from the bottom of my heart to
succor me in my necessity
(make request). There are non
that can withstand your power.
O Mary conceived without sin,
pray for us who have recourse to
thee (3 times), Holy Mary place
this prayer in your hands (3
times). Say this prayer for three
consecutive days then publish it
and it will be granted to you.
Many grateful thanks. J.T.
FOR SALE: 14 ft boat & trailer,
new steering cables, new tires,
seats 8 people, 1991, 30 hp
motor, excellent fishing boat
$875.00 obo. Phone: (403) 8663590
FOR SALE: Baldwin organ in
excellent
condition
$100.
Phone: (403) 580-3522
FOR SALE: 1 male, 1 female
Shih Tzu cross puppies for sale.
1st, 2nd shots and vet checked
healthy dogs ready to go to new
home. Phone: (403) 526-8725
FOR SALE: Sear’s 800 router
and table brand new set router
bits, press drill and 2 - 4” belt
sanders $500.00 takes all.
Phone: (587) 253-1384
ESTATE
SALE:
Electric
hospital bed $2000.00. Lift chair
(brown) $1500.00 used 2 days,
new price $6512.50. Phone:
(403) 528-9094
FOR SALE: AKC Reg. German
Shepherd puppies, black & red,
direct from Germany, over 54
years experience, titled parents,
starting at $1500. Serious
inquiries only Phone: (509) 4666177,
[email protected],
www.Ca-JiShepherds.com.
Spokane, WA.
FOR SALE: 92 Wilderness
Yukon Trailer, 22 ft, sleeps six,
well maintained, non smokers,
many features, asking $5000.00
obo. Phone: (403) 526-9041
lingerie and underwear
#4 - 3rd Street SE
in REDCLIFF!
Large Selection of Adult Specialty Items!
• Toys, Toys, Toys
• Books, Magazines
• Lingerie, Role Playing
• Gifts and Prizes
• Novelty Items
We also
carry gif
certifica t
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for all! s
Come see our great selection today!
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FOR SALE: Technics electric
keyboard, $1200.00. Washer &
Dryer $450.00 for both. Phone:
(403) 527-9478
FOR SALE: Mid efficient
furnace, like new. New Reznor
60,000 BTU unit heater. Phone:
(403) 580-9922
FOR SALE: Girls white
accordion $400.00 firm. Free
Joyce Meyer tapes. Phone:
(403) 526-6453
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55. Plunder a town
59. No. Albanian dialect
60. No (Scottish)
61. Blatted
64. X2 = a Pacific tourist
commune
65. AKA option key
66. Angelina's spouse
67. "Wedding Crashers"
Wilson
68. Grassland, meadow
69. Laughing to self
(texting)
CLUES ACROSS
1. Fashion dandy
4. Cycles per second
7. Strikebreaker
11. Aquatic reptile
(informal)
13. Express pleasure
14. Swiss river
15. Contains cerium
17. Ribonucleic acid
18. On top
19. Taxis
21. Banking machine
22. Small salamander
23. Voltage
25. Pointed summit
27. DWTS host
33. In a way, smoked
34. Peat moss source
35. W. African nation Sierra ___
Greg’s
36. Cocoa plum tree
41. Holiday (informal)
44. Venezuelan capital
46. DWTS hostess
48. Hideouts
50. Actress Lupino
51. The content of
cognition
53. Point one point N of
due E
Remedy’s Rx
31. V. William's clothing
line
32. Scotland's poet's
initials
37. Auto
38. Single spot card in a
deck
39. Crow sound
40. Former CIA
42. Factory where arms
are made
43. Radioactive unit
44. Scoundrel
45. Freshwater duck
genus
CLUES DOWN
1. Licenses TV stations
47. 9 decades
2. Metal-bearing mineral 48. Makes tractors
3. Meat from a pig (alt.
49. 55120
sp.)
51. Southeast Nigeria
4. A bottle with a stopper
people
5. Short labored breath
52. Arab sailing vessel
6. Hair washing soap
54. Hay bundle
7. Steam bath
56. Blood type
8. "R.U.R." playwright
57. Driver compartment
Karel
58. "Das Kapital" author
9. Beside one another in
Marx
lines
62. Consume food
10. Not straight
63. Dental degree
12. Former OSS
16. Truck driver's radio
20. Dried-up
24. Million gallons per
day (abbr.)
26. Encircle (archaic)
27. '__ death do us
part
28. A single unit
29. A siemens
30. Prohibition
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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Accordion stand.
Phone: (403) 527-3289 or 403504-8722
FOR SALE: 15 old wooden
cheese boxes $10 to $20 each.
Butter molds $15 to $30. Old
wooden butter paddles $20
each. 3 lb, 5 lb and 10 lb
Medalta butter crocks $35 to
$60. Medalta Stetson hats $50
each. Hycroft hats $8. Phone:
(403) 548-4950
FOR SALE: AKC Reg. English
bulldog puppies, vaccinated,
dewormed, micro chipped &
health guarantee included,
$2500. Phone: (360) 620-6017
Port Orchard, WA
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
MUSIC
COLLECTORS:
Redcliff music collectors 5th
annual Show and Sale,
Saturday March 21, 2015,
St. Ambrose Church, 505 5th
St SE Redcliff, AB. Buy, Sell,
Trade musical instruments,
amplifiers, home stereo,
CD’s, vinyl records, other
related collectibles. Free
admission,
concession
available. come and join us.
ANNUAL TURKEY SUPPER:
All Saints Anglican Church, 606
12 St SW, Sunday March 15th.
One sitting 6pm, Tickets by
reservation. Adults $12.00,
Children under 12 $8.00, gluten
free available. Phone: (403)
526-9182
FOR SALE: 51 piece Easter
village, $35.00 for all. Phone:
(403) 526-5194
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Clean spacious
1096 sq. ft. 2 bedroom, 2
bathroom condo in Grandview
Village. For further information
Phone: (403) 526-4155
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FOR RENT: 3000 sq. ft. space
for rent for storage or
warehouse in Brier Park area.
Phone: (403) 529-2022
FOR RENT: Wellington ground
floor independent living, west
facing ground floor condo
available now. This one
bedroom suite features new
carpets, flooring and paint
throughout,
free
laundry
facilities are only two doors
away, other included amenities
are
games
room,
theatre/chapel, library/computer
area and work out facility. Don’t
miss this opportunity. Phone:
(403) 580-0697
Services
SPRING
LAWN
MAINTENANCE: Aeration,
de-thatching, edging, weekly
cuts. Booking now for end of
March. Phone Nick: (403)
928-1505
INCOME TAX RETURNS:
Rates starting at $42.00, T1,
T2, T3 returns and more...
Over 29 years experience.
Five Star Bookkeeping & Tax
Services, 3-1364 Southview
Dr SE (Located in the
Mackenzie Square, Kitty
corner to London Drugs) 8:
30am - 5: 30pm Mon-Fri., 10:
00am - 5pm Saturdays.
Phone: (403) 529-1455
BASIC
INCOME
TAX
RETURNS: Done for $35.
Free pick up and delivery. H
& R Block trained. Senior’s
rates available. Phone: 403928-2700
GREENLEAF
TREE
TRIMMING: Spring is here.
For all your tree trimming
needs. We specialize in
pruning fruit trees, cedars
and hedges. Contact the
branch manager for a free
estimate. Phone: (403) 5295109
Thank you
Delilah
The Medicine Hat & District SPCA
would like to extend a sincere
thank you to the following
businesses. In addition to
supporting the Adopt-A-Pet page
published in the Medicine Hat
Shopper, they also made a cash
donation to the SPCA.
• All Seasons Self Storage
• Animal Medical Centre
• Avalon Hobbies & Gifts
• Broadway Dental
• Busy Bee Auto Salvage
& Repairs
• Canine Reflections
• Farm Land Supply
• Gas City Drywall
• Hat Fresh Air Home
Centres
• Hi-Tech Paint &
Collision
• Jackson Dodge
• Jay’s Classic Pet
Grooming
• MHR
• Mountain Stone
Contracting Inc.
• Murray Chev Olds
• Nutters
• Onside Restoration
• Peavey Mart
• Petland
• Rodeo Ford
• The Hill Salon
• Walmart
Medicine Hat
SPCA
55 Southwest Drive SW
403-526-7722
922 Allowance Ave SE
403-527-5777
Services
Services
HOUSECLEANING: I do house
cleaning, reasonable rates,
many years experience. Phone:
(403) 526-5816
LOSE
WEIGHT:
Lose
weight now, ask me how.
Phone: (403) 866-4488
WE DON’T MISS A THING
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SAVE YOUR INSURANCE:
Fender benders, scrapes,
rust repair, restorations.
Phone: (403) 928-1468
HOME
RENOVATIONS:
Home
improvements,
maintenance & renovations,
licensed and fully insured.
No job too small! Call Mike
Phone: (403) 504-7772.
BUCKY’S
CONCRETE:
Driveways, sidewalks, patio
& garage pads, curb & posts,
retainer walls, tear-out &
replace driveways. Free
estimates. Phone Wayne:
(403) 580-7973.
SMALL
JOBS
HANDYMAN:
Small
household jobs including
drywall repairs and painting,
also fence repairs & painting.
Phone Allen (403) 527-3956
Bob 403-527-4638 leave
message.
COMPUTER TECH: House
calls up till 9pm. Free
diagnosis of your computer.
Lowest rates. Seniors rates.
Will teach you the basics.
Will
pick-up
of
old
computers. Virus removal
and data back-up. Free pickup and delivery for repairs.
Phone: 403-928-2700
SMALL ENGINE REPAIR
SERVICE: Servicing all
makes and models of small
engines as well as ATV’s,
snowmobiles,
UTV’s,
motorcycles,
generators,
snowblowers, lawn and
garden equipment and much
more. Affordable rates and
guaranteed work. Phone:
(403) 952-1371
Tax Tips For Families With Children
Child Amount: Families will benefit from a $2,255 child amount for each
child under the age of 18 for the last time in 2014. This will result in a
federal tax saving of $338 per child. And if one parent cannot use the
entire amount to lower their tax payable, the unused amount can be
transferred to a spouse or common-law partner.
Credit for being active: The Children’s Fitness Amount is a nonrefundable credit is worth up to $1,000 for children under the age of 16
enrolled in an eligible program of physical activity. Not every program
meets the eligibility guidelines so you need to ensure you know the
requirements. Make sure you keep your receipts. Disabled
children will also qualify for the credit if they are under 18.
Artistic credit: The Children’s Arts Credit is another non-refundable
credit worth up to $500 for children under the age of 16 enrolled in an
eligible program. This could include language classes, Girl Guides or
Scouts, art classes or ballet lessons. Again, keep your receipts to make the
claim.
Universal Child Care Benefit: This is available to any family with
children regardless of their household income. It used to be available
only for children under the age of six. However, effective January 2015, a
new $60 per month component will be paid for children over five and
under 18. The component for children under six will also be increased
from $100 to $160 per month. Parents will receive a retroactive payment
in July 2015 for the enhanced amounts for the first six months of the year
UCCB is taxable in the hands of the lower-income spouse.
Family Tax Cut: For families where one spouse earns more than the
other and have at least one child, they may transfer up to $50,000 in
taxable income to help reduce their family tax liability. The maximum
claim is $2,000.
Save for future education: Designed to help save for a child’s postsecondary education, parents can make up to $50,000 RESP lifetime
contribution. Canada Education Savings Grant (CESG) per year is $500.
Canada Learning Bond: To help lower income families, the Government
provides $500 in a CLB at birth for children whose families are entitled to
the National Child Benefit Supplement. As long as the family is still
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basement, etc.
We have journeyman
carpenters and cabinet makers.
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finishing carpenters.
Heartstone
Call
for a free estimate at
403-581-6205
Services
AMWAY: Amway products
and business opportunity.
Phone: (403) 529-9412
WILL DO: Will do income
tax, small fee $25.00, also
small business. Phone
Agatha: (403) 581-0481
Wanted
WANTED: Senior to share
house $400/month includes
utilities & cable, prefer female.
Also 2 bedroom mobile home to
rent in Winnifred, AB. Phone:
(403) 502-9934
WANTED:
Looking
for
musicians for oldtimers rock ‘n
roll band for work at local jams,
call Mac Phone: (403) 504-5300
PAINTING: Over 25 years
local
house
painting
experience.
Customer
satisfaction
guaranteed.
Wholesale paint prices. Free
estimates.
Phone Bob:
(403) 528-7007
WANTED: Old auto harps for
parts, working or not working.
Phone: (403) 548-2075 or 403548-8470
TOSHIBA LAPTOPS: $175
for dual core. Tech Certified,
6
months
warranty.
Computers starting at less
than $100. Desktops, $150.
Anti-virus and MS Office
available for only $30 more. I
am a Tech. Trades welcome.
Free pick-up and delivery for
repairs. Phone: 403-9282700
FOR SALE: 5, older, Toyota
Steel Track rims, 15”, $50
each; 2 older produce/meat
scales - 1 wood, 1 metal $300 each; 1 box of approx
130
assorted
muffler
clamps, all new but some
rusty, $250; 50 assorted auto
belts, new, $100; New glass
sheets, 16” x 24”, build your
own greenhouse, $2.00
each.
403-331-0026.
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Lethbridge
FOR RENT: 3 acre yard. 5
minutes from town at
Stewart Siding Industrial
Park w/2 bedroom mobile
home for office. 1,200 sq. ft.
heated shop & 2,500 sq. ft.
canvas quonset w/dirt floor.
Available December 1, 2014.
$1,000/month + utilities.
Phone: (626) 543-0415
ATTENTION HUTTERITES,
HUTTERITES,
HUTTERITES AND LARGE
SHEEP
PRODUCERS:
Large, metal, self feeders for
sale. 4 total. Will easily feed
4,000 lambs and more. Don’t
miss out on the best
investment that you’ll ever
make. Only $7,500 each.
Phone Tom at 403-3310026. Evenings or leave a
message.
FOR SALE: 2005 Chev Impala.
4 door. Great shape. Asking
$4,000. OBO. Call John for more
info: (403) 330-6654
FOR SALE: 1999 Saturn
Sport 4 door Sedan. 1.9L, 5
speed. Air/tilt/cruise. Power
windows, locks & mirrors.
CD player, tack, trailer hitch.
Inspected. Good tires &
windshield. $2,550.
Call
(403) 328-5713.
FOR SALE: 1 acre fenced
yard, 3,000 sq. ft. Brand new
heated
steel
building.
Rented with tenant. 5
minutes from tow, Stewart
Siding
Industrial
Park.
REDUCED TO $270,000.
Phone: (626) 543-0415.
FOR SALE: Antique body
parts 1947-54 truck. Fender,
door, running boards,grill,
parts, steel bin, gas tank.
Phone: (403) 329-0257 or
(403) 315-4232.
Lethbridge
DeJong’s Tours
FOR SALE: 2 Gibson guitars,
electric. One is a “Les Paul”
1998 signed by “Buddy Guy” &
the other is a 1981 335 Gibson
signed by “Randy Bachman” &
“Fred Turner”. Both for $9,000,
will do part trade for Rolex, etc. I
also have an old record
collection & more. Call Steve:
(403) 329-1750
UPCOMING 2015 Tours
FOR SALE: New & used
stair glides plus porch lifts.
Great
shape!
Free
installation and delivery.
Phone: 1-800-318-6000 or
(587) 220-2759.
FOR SALE: Delta Sidekick
10” Sliding compound mitre
saw, 15 amp, 5,000 RPM c/w
stand. Cost $661, selling for
$400.
Phone: (403) 3200048
FOR SALE: 2001 Kia
Sportage. Good condition,
motor is toast. Phone: (403)
892-1443
FOR SALE: 3 and 4
wheeled scooters - used.
Great
shape,
1
year
warranty,
free
delivery.
Phone: (587) 220-2759 or 1800-318-6000
KNIFE
MAKING
CLASSES,Registration/Tool
s/Equipment/Info - Phone:
(403) 308-2483 or Email:
[email protected]
MOOSE JAW
March 30 - April 2
4 Day Trip - Cost $270.00/person dbl.
MOOSE JAW
April 13-15 & April 27-29
3 Day Trip - Cost $189.00/person dbl.
CRANBROOK CASINO
May 11-13
3 Day Trip - Cost $165.00/person dbl.
NEW YORK CITY - WASHINGTON, DC
May 25 - June 7
14 Day Trip - Cost $3,225.00/person dbl.
FORT MCMURRAY
July 14-17
4 Day Trip - Cost $520.00/person dbl.
BLACK HILLS - YELLOWSTONE
August 10-19
10 Day Trip - Cost $1,458.00/person dbl.
EASTERN CANADA and
NEWFOUNDLAND
September 12 - October 4
23 Day Trip - Cost $4,360.00/person dbl.
BRANSON - NEW ORLEANS
October 28 - November 12
16 Day Trip - Cost $2,648.00/person dbl.
For any of the above trips, call 1-866-362-5416 for a full detailed
brochure, or visit our website www.dejongstours.com
FOR SALE: Garment rack on
wheels, 37”W x 60” H. Single
rod for hanging clothes. Easily
comes apart for storage. $5.00.
Phone: (403) 394-0707.
Lethbridge
Lethbridge
WANTED: Various Hunting
Guns
and
Reloading
Components. Phone: (403)
381-3275.
FOR SALE: Old, Model 555,
Massey Ferguson Tractor &
12 ft. Cultivator, $1,200/both.
Phone: (626) 543-0415
WANTED: Running motor
for 2001 Kia Sportage, 2.0
Liter. (403) 892-1443
STOP PAYING TOO MUCH
FOR . . .Your mobility
products, scooters, power
wheelchair porch lift & stair
glides. Call for the Best Price
&
Service.
21
years
Experience. 1-800-318-6000
or 587-220-2759.
LETHBRIDGE GROCERY STORE &
RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT AUCTION
UNRESERVED AUCTION
ADDRESS: 1702 23 STREET NORTH Lethbridge AB
SALE DATE: MARCH 24 at 10 am
VIEWING: MARCH 23rd FROM 10 am to 5 pm
REMOVAL: MARCH 24th, 25th, 26th 9 am to 5 pm or by APPOINTMENT
COMPLETE GROCERY STORE OF EQUIPMENT - 1999 VERTICAL GPI208 BALER, 2007 MAPLE BEV,
BAR BEVERAGE BAR, RETARDER BOX BAKERY, 2007 DELI BOX COOLER WITH SHELVES BOX DELI,
2007 DAIRY COOLER SHELVING BOX DAIRY, 2007 GROCERY FREEZER BOX BOX FREEZER, 2007
BAKERY FREEZER BOX BOX FREEZER, 2007 FLORAL COOLER BOX FLORAL, 20x30x9 FT WALKIN
MEAT COOLER, 8x24x8 FT WALIN MEAT COOLER, 12x40x8 FT WALKIN BOX PRODUCE COOLER, 2006
LOW VOLUME WALL ASSEMBLY CABINET/COUNTERS, 2006 EXTND POS CABINET
CABINET/COUNTERS, 2007 FULL FLORAL TRELLIS UNIT CANOPY, 2 - 8 TIER S/S CART, 2004 D5-8L
CASE COOLER, D5-9 GROC CASE DELI SERVICE, D5-12 GROC CASE DELI SERVICE, 3 - 2006 MED
TEMP DAIRY CASE CASE DAIRY, D5-12L CASE DAIRY, M1-12E MEAT CASE MEAT, M1-12E CASE MEAT,
5 - 2006 LOW TEMP MEAT FISH CASE CASE FISH, 2 - 2005 D5-6 CASE PRODUCE, 2 – 2003 D5-8 CASE
PRODUCE, 2 – 2003 P2-8 CASE PRODUCE, 4 – 2003 P2-12 CASE PRODUCE, RIC-01 CASE PRODUCE,
4' DELI CASE - HOT FOOD, 4R CHICKEN RACK CASE - HOT FOOD, 2007 ESBDVS-8 MED TEMP DELI
CASE DELI, 2007 MED TEMP DELI CASE CASE DELI, M3-12E CASE DELI, 2 END NARROW ISLAND
CASE CASE N REFRIG, 2007 PARTITION SERVICE CASE CASE N REFRIG, 207 2 DR FLORAL CASE
CASE-REF FLORAL, 2006 CASE FOOD COUNTERTOP CASE, 2012 BOHN COIL-SM-156AE COIL, 2012
BOHN COIL-SM-156AE COIL, DELI COIL, BAKERY BOX COIL, 2013 ZFD-9K4E-TF5-931 COMPRESSOR,
2010 LACA-032E-TAC-800 COMPRESSOR, 2007 3RK1-0310-TAC-800 COMPRESSOR, 2010 KATA-0150TAC-800 COMPRESSOR, 2004 EAVA021ETAC800 COMPRESSOR 10/22/2004, 9RS3-0765-TFC
COMPRESSOR, KATA-0150-TAC COMPRESSOR, MRA0500TFC COMPRESSOR, 2007 PETOSKEY
LITTER RECEPTACLE CONTAINER, 2007 IDL ROOM COUNTER COUNTERS/CABINETS, 2007 WALL
MOUNT COUNTER COUNTERS/CABINETS, 2006 CONDIMENT STATION COUNTERS/CABINETS,
CUSTOMER SRV COUNTERS/CABINETS, PHARMACY PDX 27 COUNTERS/CABINETS, ARTISAN
BREAD DSPLY-BAKERY N-REF, 2007 MOBILE BREAD MERCH DSPLY-BAKERY N-REF, 2006 GIFT CARD
END DISPLAY END, 7 - 2007 LIFESTYLE SHADOWBOX DISPLAY FIXTR FLOWER, 2007 STEPPED UNIT
FLORAL DEPT DSPLAY FIXTR-FLOWER, 2007 FLORAL ARMOIRE DSPLAY FIXTR-FLOWER, 2007
UNIWEB SHADOWBOX DSPLAY FIXTR-FLOWER, 2007 4 PIECE FLOR FIXTURE DSPLAY FIXTRFLOWER, MELON CRATE DSPLAY FIXTR-N REFRG, PRODUCE DEPT CUBE UNITS (3) DSPLAY FIXTRN REFRG, BUN ROUNDER DIVIDER, 2012 MISTWISE ROLL SYSTEM FILTER UNIT, 2006 RO SYSTEM
FILTER UNIT, 2007 3 SEC REACH-IN FREEZER - REACH IN, 4 – 1999 RL5 2 DOOR W/AC FREEZER REACH IN, 4 - RL-4 FREEZER - REACH IN, 15 - RL5 5 DOOR W/AC FREEZER - REACH IN, LUCKS
BAKERY FRYER-DONUT, 15-OJC-18R GENERATOR, TCPW-100S GEN TRANSFER SWITCH, 2009
STERILOX 2200 GENERATOR SYSTEM HUMIDIFIER, 2007 AVA SERIES RO II HUMIDIFIER, 2006
ICEMAKER ICE MACHINE, LUCKS 2 BOWL ICING MACHINE, 2007 FULL SIZE FLORAL KIOSK KIOSK,
2006 CUSTOM IBM WORKSTATION KIOSK, 16' ALUMINUM STEP LADDER, FLOOR DISPLAY
MERCHANDISER, MERCHANDISER G MERCHANDISER, 8' MED TEMP ISLAND MERCH
MERCHANDISER, BKRY SPIRAL MIXER – STORE, 2007 ELECTRIC COMBI OVEN OVEN, 2006 GAS
DOUBLE RACK OVEN OVEN, BAKERY PROOF BOX, 2007 UNDERCOUNTER REFRIGERATOR
REFRIGERATOR, 2 - 2006 REFRIG UCR48 REFRIGERATOR, REFRIG BEV AIR REFRIGERATOR,
SIMPLEX 208 ROLL-SHEETER, 3422 ABP SAFE, GROCERY SHELVING SHELVING, 3 COMP DELI SINK
SHELVING, FLORAL LIFESTYLE SHELVING SHELVING, SHELF WIRE RACK SHELVING, 4 - THOMPSON
RACKS SHELVING SALE SHELVING, 32 LF DELI SHELVING, BAKERY SHELVING, SHELVING, SKY
SHELVING SHELVING, PILL SHELVING SET SHELVING PHARMACY, 3 COMP SINK SINK, MEAT 3 COMP
SINK, PROD 2 COMP TRIM SINK, PROD UTENSIL SINK, SE 12 BIZERBA SLICING MACHINE, SOUP
STATION SOUP BAR, 3 DELI MAPLE BASE TABLE
NEW EQUIPMENT - 5 Foot & 6 Foot S/S Tables, Bain Maries, All Sizes of Prep Tables, Upright Coolers,
Upright Freezers, 100's of Aluminum Bakery Pans, Double & Triple S/S Sinks, Bakery Racks, Slicers, More
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FOR SALE: 1982 Class A
32’ Vanguard motor home.
102,500 km. Generator, air
conditioner, furnace, central
vacuum, 4 piece bath,
sleeps 8, micro, awning. Top
of the 1982 line. Must be
seen! $6,500 OBO, or will
consider trade for 24’ - 26’
travel trailer. Phone: (403)
738-4733.
FOR SALE: 81 Dodge 4x4,
360, 4 speed. All mechanical
new or rebuilt. Has safety,
only 70K on work. Complete
or parts. Also Dana Diffs 4
85 Dodge 1/2 4x4. Phone:
(403) 320-6802
FOR SALE: 1989 - 16 ft Holiday
Trailer - Loaded, single axle,
new air, vents. Phone: (403)
320-9236.
Lethbridge
FOR SALE: 2003 KIA
Magentis Optimus. 4 door,
2.4L. CD player, PW, PL,
cruise, tilt. New windshield,
new axle & new front brake
pads.
Has
mechanical
inspection. Runs and looks
good. Asking $2,375. OBO.
Phone: (403) 315-3877
FOR SALE: Large mail box.
Phone: (403) 752-4099
FOR SALE: 2006 Chev
Uplander minivan. Lowered
floor, (wheelchair van).
42,000 ks. New tires.
$28,800. Phone: 1-800-3186000 or (587) 220-2759.
Lethbridge
FOR SALE: Rare 1889 Ebony
Piano - Near perfect condition.
This lovely Victorian Piano has
harps and bows etched into
ebonized original black finish,
but the wood under the finish is
also Ebony, a rare and very
heavy hardwood. This piano is a
Decker Brothers 1889 Upright
Concert Grand. The sound is
deep and rich because the wood
is more tightly grained. I have a
new appraisal on this beautiful
piano for $8,000. Phone: (403)
329-8045
WANTED
URGENTLY:
Gold, Silver, Coins, and
Stamps. Gold and Silver
Jewelery, even broken. We
pay TOP prices. Have cash,
will travel. Call us last at 403752-3099. Don’t be afraid to
leave a message!
Lethbridge
LARGE, 16’ HIGH X 12’
WIDE
METAL
SELF
FEEDER, $7,500; Belting,
6” by 115” long, offers;
Tractor tie chains, new,
various sizes; 2 older oil
heaters, offers; Ford 6 cyl
pump motor, $2,500; NH 358
Mixer Mill, $3,500; Int 1974,
966 Hydro tires, like new,
needs some TLC; 4 HD
black hay tarps, $100 each;
Walk-in cooler, $2,000; 3
wheel movers, 5x5, offers;
Electric fencing equipment,
lots of posts and wire; 4
church pews, top quality
Oak, $175 each; 7 rolls of
roll-on
shingles;
6”
Sakundiak auger with extra
Wisconsin motor, $600. Call
Tom:
(403)
331-0026.
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RES. MEDICINE HAT 403-526-32
89
310A-SOUTH RAILWAY DR. N.
REDCLIFF
REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY:
I NSIDE MARKETING /SALES SUPPORT
9 MONTH TERM
TREE REMOVAL
Tree Cut,
PHONE OR FAX
403-548-3554
SENIOR DISCOUNTS
high pressure epoxy injections
LANDSCAPE /EXCAVATION
Repair of wet and dry concrete cracks:
WES’S
• pipe intrusions etc.
• exterior weeping
tile installation
• pivot pads
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VIBRATORY LINE PLOW
Used for installing underground sprinklers
Peter Vanderhaar
Owner
Call
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403-529-7219
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403-529-7219
Box 1266, Bow Island AB, T0K 0G0
Telephone cell 1-403-952-1733
www.vanderhaar.ca
Email: [email protected]
If you would like to place
an ad in this monthly
feature contact your
Shopper sales
representative at
30%OFF
Res: 403-504-8688 | Alija: 403-878-3731
CONCRETE CRACK REPAIR
• basement walls
• shop floors
• concrete cisterns
• grain bin pads
Clean Your Mess Up
• All Size Tree Removal
• Stump Grinding
• Yard Cleaning
We have an immediate opening for a bright,
energetic individual in our advertising
department.
The Inside Marketing Representative is in
daily contact with advertising clients, maintains
advertising accounts and contracts, completes ad
layouts and proofs, ensuring full customer
service through phone and email contact. This
position also works with the sales team to
promote a strong business and community
presence.
This is a full time position (7.5 hours per day),
with a paid base plus commissions based on
sales volumes. This is a 9 month term position,
with the possibility of extension.
HANDYMAN & HAULING
House & Yard Maintenance
• Small plumbing jobs
• Yard cleanup and
landscaping
Hauling
• Haul small loads of gravel
and top soil
• Haul away junk
Resumes should be marked:
Attention Manager
and can be mailed to :
The Medicine Hat Shopper
922 Allowance Avenue SE
Medicine Hat, AB T1A 3G7
or faxed to: 403-527-3625
TREE SPECIALIST
or emailed to: [email protected]
• Tree Trimming and Removal • Stump Grinding • Snow Removal
Applications close
March 31, 2015
403-527-5777
Best
Best of
of the
the Best
Best
30% off Regular Price!
SENIOR T
N
DISCOU
Call Ali Now for a Good Deal!
403-502-7740 & 403-977-7740
We thank you in advance for your interest.Only selected
individuals will be contacted for interviews
No phone calls please.
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