Brandon Sun (Newspaper) - July 5, 2002, Brandon, Manitoba
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Memorial Donations. . .
Cards of Thanks.......
Day Care Centres......
Licenced Family Day Care
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Professional Help Wanted . IOO Skilled Help Wanted . . 10b Sales Help Wanted ... 110 General Help Wanted .115
Teachers Wanted. . . . 120
Secretarial / Accounting 125
Employment Wanted .130 Employment Directory. . 131
Employment Training . . 136
Business Services 137
Business Opportunities . 139
Houses for Sale.......200
Houses for Rent.......205
Houses Wanted to Buy . 210 Houses Wanted to Rent 215 Vacation Accommodation 216 Vacation Accommodation
Out of Town Houses
Out of Town Houses
Out of Town Houses
Wanted to Buy 230
Out of Town Houses
Wanted to Rent.... 235 Apartments Furnished. . 240 Apartments Unfurnished. 245 Apartments
Partly Furnished. . . . 250 Apartments Wanted ... 251
Rooms to Let.........255
Room and Board 265
Roommates Wanted . . . 268 Room and Board Wanted . 270 Mobile Homes for Sale . 275
Mobile Homes for Rent. 280 Mobile Homes Wanted . 285 Mobile Home Lot Rentals. 290
Property for Sale 305
Revenue Property 310
Space for Rent........315
Commercial Property for
Sale or Rent.......320
for Sale or Rent .... 325 Buildings for Sale/Rent . 330 Office Space for Rent . . 335 Storage Space Wanted . 336 Storage Space for Rent . 337
Farms for Sale........350
Farms for Rent........355
Farms Wanted Sale/Rent 360
Cabins/Cottages/Lots. . . 370
Money to Loan.......382
Mortgage Money 384
Mortgages for Sale .... 385
Miscellaneous Articles. . 400
Antiques and Collectibles. 420
Photo Equipment 440
AudioA/isual Equipment 450 Computers/Software . . . 460
Office Equipment 470
Restaurant Equipment. . 480 Musical Instruments. . . . 490 Hobby and Craft Supplies . 500
Coins and Stamps 505
Produce for Sale 515
Guns for Sale.........530
Hunting Supplies 535
Pools/Spas and Hot Tubs 545 Landscaping Services. . . 550 Nurseries, Trees and Plants. 555
Lawn and Garden
Building Materials 570
Building Movers 571
Building Services 572
Home Decorating 573
Cabinet Sales/Service. . . 574 Doors and Windows
Autos for Sale........600
Autos for Rent........602
Auto Parts Sales/Wanted . 606
Trucks for Sale........610
Trucks for Rent.......612
Truck Parts SaleA/Vanted . 613
Farm implements 622
Commercial Vehicles . . . 623 Stock/Utility Trailers. . . . 624
Trailers Sale/Rent 625
Aircraft Sale/Rent 630
Heavy Equipment 640
Motorcycles Wanted . . . 662 All Terrain Vehicles .... 664
Snowmobiles Wanted . . 672 Snowmobile Trailers . . . 674
Campers for Sale 680
Travel Trailers for Sale. . 684 Travel Trailer Rentals. . . 686 Motorhomes for Sale. . . 688 Motorhome Rentals. . . . 690
Business Services 710
Professional Services . . . 720
Art and Craft Sales .... 756
Legal Notices Tenders.....
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01 in Memoriams
10 Coming Events
94 Skilled Help Wanted
105 General Help Wanted
GORRIE: On July 3, 2002, Elwood Clinton Gorrie died at Brandon Regional Health Centre. Elwood was born in Wawa-nesa on November 27, 1915 to Charles and Evelyn Gorrie. He leaves his wife of 61 years, Treva; daughter, Linda of Brandon; son Chuck and daughter-in-law Jocelyn and two grandsons Andrew and Kent, all of Victoria. Also surviving are one brother Jack and his wife Joyce Gorrie of Lethbridge, Alberta; also by numerous extended members of the Gorrie and McKellar families. Elwood was educated in Wawanesa. In 1939, he moved to Brandon and worked for Canadian Motors before accepting a position with Anglo Canadian Oils Ltd. He became Vice President in 1954 ending his career through several mergers with Gulf Canada retiring in 1974. Elwood was an enthusiastic and vital citizen of the Brandon and Clear Lake communities. In Brandon, he served as a member and chairman of the School Board, President of the Kiwanis Club and Governor of Toastmasters International. He served as Alderman and was elected Mayor of Brandon iii 1974. He was a lifetime member of Central United Church, serving in the Sunday School, Church Board and loved singing in the choir. Elwood had a special love of music since the days of playing in a band during the Depression. One of his favorite pastimes was entertaining playing his guitar. Elwood’s interests included wood carving and carpentry. As an active out-doorsman, Elwood enjoyed curling, golf, sailing, fishing and windboarding. A memorial service will be held on Monday, July 8, 2(X)2 at 2:30 p.m. at Central United Church in Brandon. Rev. Joan Jarvis will officiate. Donations may be made in Elwood’s memory to Central United Church Memorial Fund, 327-8th Street, Brandon, Manitoba R7A 3X5, CN1B, 354-10th Street, Brandon, Manitoba, R7A 4G1 or to a charity of choice. Flowers are gratefully declined. Arrangements are in care of Brockle Donovan 727-0694. Messages of Condolence may be placed at www.brockiedonovan.com
“HAPPY BIRTHDAY WAYNE LABAY”
He may be on the greens hiding away, or wandering the isles of Superstore and IGA.
But if you see him, give him a break He will have "50” flaming candles on his birthday cake.
~ Love Jackie, Dave and family.
COWIESON Centennial Celebration -
The Cowieson Family Farm, of Souris, Manitoba, has turned 100 years old!! An invitation is extended to everyone who would like to join in a celebration to commemorate this milestone. The centennial takes place on Friday, July 12, 2002 at the home farm,. SW 6-7-21 )6 miles south of Souris on Highway #22 and 2 1/2 miles west on PR #734) Festivities will commence at 3:00 p.m. Historical Society plaque presentation at 5:00 p.m. Lunch and refreshments served at 6:00 p.m.
In loving memory of Johnny, blottier, uncle, who passed away July 5, 1996.
His charming ways and smiling face Are a pleasure to recall;
He had a kindly word for each And died beloved by all.
~ Love your sister Trudy, Butch, Michael, Marlin, Rhonda and Marty.
In loving memory of Curtis Faulkner, who left us July 5. 1995.
Those whom we love go out of sight, But never out of mind.
They are cherished in the hearts,
Of those they left behind.
Loving and kind in all his ways, Upright and just in all his days, Sincere and true in heart and mind, Beautiful memories he left behind.
~ lovingly remembered by wife Mary, children, Linda, Rick, David their families and friends
MARJORIE ELAINE RULE
In memory of our mother, grandmother, who left us July 5, 2001.
Her smile, her caring thoughts, and love will always be with us.
Jim remembered how she always loved to take care of him.
We also remember the days she loved to travel with their trailer as her family does now.
~ Sadly missed and always remembered her beloved husband, the late Jim Rule, Lorraine, Tom, and their families.
DOES your partner physically hurt you
in any way? Play mind games or put you down with words? Have you been a victim of sexual assault? Confidential help is available 24 hours a day. Call Y W C A Westman Women’s Shelter, 727-3644 or toll free 1-800-862-2727.
KINSMEN JACKPOT BINGO
Saturday, July 6
in 50 numbers or less Bonus on Lucky KIN NUMBER
Saturday at 5:30 on CKY-TV Bingo Cards available at local retailers throughout Manitoba.
For dealer information please call (204) 233-6365
(Lie 797 Bl)
40th Anniversary Tea
in honour of
Art and Bernice Atkinson
Sunday, July 7, 2002 2-4 p.m.
Valleyview Community Centre In lieu of gifts -Loonie for charity
GLADYS CAMERON 80th BIRTHDAY
The family invite you to share in the celebration of our mother’s 80th Birthday. Gladys Cameron will celebrate her birthday on July 6, 2002 from 2 00-4:00 p.m. in The Don Glen Salon, north entrance, Seniors For Seniors Hall, 311 Park Avenue East, Brandon. No gifts please, donations will be accepted for the Heart and Stroke Fund.
Canadian Ukrainian Men’s Club Fridays — 7:30 p.m. Ukrainian Hall (loth St and Assimboine Ave )
Five Early Bird Games starting at 7 p.m. ACCUMULATOR GAMBS
Lucky 7 $200 in 17 nos Isl Bonanza: $550 .nu.os 2na Bonanza: $2,200 in b4 nus $100 Consolation — Five Quickie Games.
Early Bird Pot $1,000
“Y” Pot: $314 Loonie Pot: $236 Roving Ton* Line: $200 in 8 nos Regular Blackout Jackpot $1,500 in 81 nos $1,000 in 82 nos Extra Jackpot: $18,761 Quickie Pot: $550
$»uu $3GG «2GG $1GG
in 53 nos in 54 nos in 55 nos togo!
ta SI tit: 1 BC Hall Rental 727-7144
SOUTHWEST KU,IDN Al MEI IS CEN IRE
Every Friday Night (DOORS OPEN 6:00 P.M.)
Thursday. July 4
Lucky 7 - $1,500 in 31 nos. Bonanza Bonus - $11,150 in 52 nos.
Bingo Hall 725-1946
Licence No. 853111 Nevada No. 853BO
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LPPP552, missing since June 26 from the Broda Bay area lf found please return, we are ottering a $25 reward Call 728-7818 & leave a message
COME to Souris & ride “THE BARGE”,
approximately a one hour cruise, with full commentary. Leave from the Boat Dock in Victoria Park - Weekdays at 2 p m & 3 p.m. plus 2 p.m., 3 p.m. & 7 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday for July & August. Group bookings for family reunions, birthdays, anniversaries etc. Call 204-483-2838. Fully wheelchair accessible
LOST: Nokia cell phone. Call 727-7697
Brandon’s Coolest Party Line
Ad: • Jokes • Stories & More!
Free local calls • Ladies R- Free, 18+ Fully automated * Totally interactive
DO YOU OR A FAMILY MEMBER have a problem with alcohol? lf so, call Alcoholics Anonymous at 571-3684.
GAY. LESBIAN BI-SEXUALS of Bran don - 727-GAYS (4297), Friday 7-9 p.m. Talk to a volunteer.
PRAIRIE SOCIAL SINGLES Next dance July 13, at The Loft, 111 -7th St. Brandon. Marjorie 571-0057, or Nicki 725-1488.
CLUB 77 SINGLES invites you to join us for planned weekly events, friendship & support. Elsie 728-0474, Mabel 728-7038
WANTED 29 people to get paid $$dollars to lose weight All natural 1-866-874-9887
THE HAIR HUT has openings for inde pendent hairstylists and/or nail techni clans. 927-26th St. Phone 729-9911.
CLASS 1 DRIVERS NEEDED NOW. Call Robert 727-1673 or 727-6894 or fax resume to 725-3548.
WANTED: Local and long haul truck driver with Class 1. 728-0860 or 724-7765
COMBINE OPERATOR WANTE~67"Calj
728-0860 or 724-7765.
CONSTRUCTION LABOURER to build pole sheds in Alberta. 403-660-8818.
Day Care Centres
DOODLEBUGS, toys, movies, crafts, fieldtrips, lots of guidance and love, full and part-time spaces available. 728-1627.
Skilled Help Wanted
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& COM BS
Permanent Part-Time Position
Mail resit mc to:
Hunt Miller & Combs
148-8th Street Brandon, MB R7A3X1 (204) 727-8491
Sales Help Wanted
REDLINE TRANSPORT has an opening for the right individual to run flat deck, dry van and reefer equipment western Canada & US. Must have some U S. experience and the ability to make decisions en route. We treat our people fairly and pay competitive wages. Please send resume to: Redline Transport, Box 488, Rivers, MB, ROK 1X0 or fax (204) 328-5395 Check us out at www.redlinetransport.com
CLASS 1 DRIVERS
is offering a great opportunity to work/travel throughout Canada/US. Excellent pay rate Sign up bonus and incentive 1-800-215-8141 or 867-5436
MANAGER - RANDY RIVER - Are you
skilled, sales driven and like to have fun? Do you have one year experience and a proven track record? Salary plus bonus, great benefit plan. Email resume attention: [email protected]
or fax to Anita 1-403 247-4041.
95 General Help Wanted
NIGHT CALLS, get connected instantly to party girls with no rules! Call toll free 1 -800-799-0117. 18 plus
LIVE XXX GIRLS! 1-900-561-6397. $2 99 per minute 18 plus.
WELDERS required immediately. Must
have 3rd year apprentice or minimum 5 years experience. Metal fabricating skills, mechanically inclined. Class 3 license an asset Send reply to box 04142, c/o The Brandon Sun, 501 Rosser Avenue, Brandon, MB, R7A 0K4
CROCUS DENTAL CENTRE is seeking a friendly, team spirited Phase ll Dental Assistant to work Mon. - Fri. in our general practice. Priority will be placed on people skills. Please forward your professional resume to: CDC, 708-18th Street, Brandon, MB, R7A 5B5 or tax 204-727-1340.
ELECTRICAL POSITIONS AVAILABLE
Journeyman & apprentices. Commercial and industrial experience an asset. Competitive wages. Send reply to: Box 04141. c/o Brandon Sun, 501 Rosser Avenue, Brandon. MB, R7A 0K4
WILLING and able lo work with large farm equipment, Class 1 essential, general ♦arm work and mechanical experience Year round employment for the right per son Phone 728-0860 or 724-7765
RAINBOW"EAVESTROUGHING now ac cepting applications for employment. No phone calls. Drop oft or mail resumes to 504 Grandview Street, Brandon, R7A 7L2.
CLASS 1 DRIVER for Canada & US Dedicated van run. Good abstract and references required. Good home time. Call 725-3979
SOUS CHEF/LINE COOK - Challenging exciting team position with a restaurant and catering staff of 30. Neepawa’s finest family restaurant. - 204-476-6115.
CLASS"lA DRIVER REQUIRED.
Local pick and deliveries, must have minimum 3 years experience. Good wages & benefits. 725-7996 after 5:00 p.m.
JOURNEYMAN autobody mechanic, wages $15/hour 40 hour week, or $17/hour flat rate with 30 hour per week guarantee. Call /fax resume Pierson Autobody, 634-2364
We require a part-time warehouse person Your duties include customer pickups, packaging and unpacking furniture, loading and unloading trucks Must he able to work evenings and weekends with minimum supervision Heavy lifting is involved Experience is an asset, but not necessary. Candidates must be neat, well groomed and be able to deal with the public in a polite and friendly manner
Plea se apply in person af: The Brick 127-7th Street Brandon
Y VICTORIA! NN
is currently seeking an individual to fill the position of
The individual must be highly motivated, and possess excellent customer service skills. The successful candidate will have computer experience, and be a team player.
Apply in person at front desk. The Victoria Inn 3550 Victoria Avenue
No phone calls please
7 VICTORIA!SS Beer Warehouse
Flexible hours Must be willing to work weekends
Apply in person to The Victoria Inn Beer Warehouse 3550 Victoria Avenue
No phone calls please
Doormen, Runners. Coat Check/VLT s, Day Bartender and Cooks
Please apply in person to Houstons 3130 Victoria Avenue
DO you want to earn a few extra dollars7 lf so, this position may be tor you. We are requiring a casual person for a self-storage office. Must be dependable to work upon short notice; computer skills and sales skills an asset: courteous telephone manner; must be able to work weekends and possible holidays; general oflice experience preferred; mature person only apply. Please drop off. mail or fax your resume, clo Trans Can Mim-Stor Brandon Ltd. 35b Paik Avenue East Brandon, Manitoba. Hr A /Ab. Fax 204 727-7672. Email address [email protected]
aToCAL BRANDON OFFICE requires the full-time services ot a clerk/reception-ist. Duties include typing and filling coire-spondence, insurance claims customer service, and some cash transactions. Experience with inventory, cash handling, computer applications and internet a definite asset. Flexibility and enthusiasm are traits this workplace requires Competitive wage negotiable with experience. Deadline for application is July 17, 2002. Please apply to Box 01136. c/o The Brandon Sun, 501 Rosser Avenue. Brandon. MB, R7A 0K4
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Full-time &. Paki-iimi
RISI AUK ANT (GOK & Vv AITERy WAITRESSES
Apply in person to: Keystone Motor Inn 1050 - 18th Street
NOW HIRING FULL AND PART-TIME
Apply in person to; 18th & Richmond
KEYSTONE Kleanmg & Janitorial
Supplies ate currently looking for eager ti enthusiastic people lo join our team Ko, stone Kleanmg currently has 3 part-time positions open. Must be energetic, outgoing, bondable & have a Class 5 drivers license. Some benefits, aoovc average wage Experience an asset Contact with lesume: Biont Cutty. General Manager. 1539 Rosser Avene .
DOMINO S PIZZA is now hiring an inside stat! member to work part-time. The ouc cessful applicant must be comfortable on the phone and willing to work in a very fast-paced environment Please apply in store with application or resume
NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS.
Positions available for full/part-time customer service/sales. $14,55 base guaran teed. Great for students Scholarships available. Call 725-0321 or
www collegestuderitwork com/mh
RELIABLE person to work on Equine Ranch in Virden area. Experience operating haying equipment and handling horses an asset Top starting wage otu+ed Phone 838-2328
REQUIRED immediately tor the following positions. Vendor manage! Promotions manager, Front desk clerks, night desk clerks, Bartenders, Doorman. Please apply in person to Canadian inn, 150 5th St
WAWANESA HOTEL - ’help’ m immediately, cooks and serving personnel for restaurant. Phone Bill 725-6825 or 528-3331, 9 a rn to 6 p m
BABYSITTER NEEDED to come into our
home and care for twins Must have experience and be able to work flexible hours Phone 728-1840
YARDPERSON required for livestock handling facility Swine experience would be an asset Full-time position Jamie or Art at Pete Quintaine & Son Ltd 728-/549
CARPENTERS & APPRENTICES for new
home construction Duties include concile work, framing, siding, finishing work Fax resume to 726-0331
WANTED experienced DJ s 72/ 3523