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Brandon Sun (Newspaper) - July 6, 2002, Brandon, Manitoba Travel Trailers For Sale 684 Auction Sales 740 Garage Sales 747 Tenders 80S Tenders 805 Tenders 1979 Bonair 700 tent trailer sleeps 6, some upgrades, $1,500 ODO. Phone 571-0102 after 5 OO p.rn 1978 Edson trailer, sleeps 6, fridge oven/stove, furnace, equalizer hitch, lots of storage Phone 727-7812. 1977 17’ LEOCRAFT TR A ILER Steeps 4-6, 3 way fridge, stove furnace, toilet, electric brakes, excellent condition, $2,500 OBO. Phone 204-867-2032 1976 Vanguard 16' trailer, fridge, stove, furnace, toilet, sleeps 4, new curtains & upholstery, $2,400 OBO 827-2396 after 5 1975 21' NOMAD CAMPER, bathroom, sleeps 6, excellent condition, asking $5,500 Phone 204-386-2302 after 6 . 1974 21 PROWLER TANDEM awning. fridge, stove, loaded mint. first $4,500 takes it. Call 725-4147. 1974 Triple E 17' trailer, new propane lines, pump, convertor, batteries. Good condition. Sleeps 6, bathroom. $2,999. 910 Patricia Ave , 726-4688. FAST SALE, 14' Triple E Camper, fridge, stove, newer tires & propane tanks, 1405 Van Horne $1,750. Call 761-3888. Motorhomes For Sale 688 Professional Services 720 Get out of debt... without going bankrupt! Let BDO Dunwoody Limited advise you of the alternatives and assist you in finding the best solution to get yay back on track. Call us today. 727-0671 Tony DeVhegere, Trustee Michelle Ratcliffe, Senior Administrator 117 - 10th Street. Brandon. Manitoba R7A 4E7 I-800-775-3328 IBDO BDO Dunwoody l imited Questions aboutBankruptcy? We have the answers! For y FREE consultation call Darrin Surminsky, CA, Trustee Stewart At Brandon, CA, Trustee 727-0661 or 1-800-774-8377 e-mail: [email protected] * After Business Hours Call 571-7666 www.mnp.ca jiAp MEYERS NORRIS PENNY LIMITED TRUSTEE IN BANKRUPTCY MURRAY RANKIN AUCTIONS SUMMER SALE REGISTER: Friday, July 26th. Wayne & Marg Richmond, Cypress River. Very premium farm equipment & truck auction, 1/2 mile south, 1/2 west of Cypress River; 12:30 p.m. Saturday, July 27th, Southern Manitoba, Melita Antique & Collector Auction at Melita & Area Arena, 9:30 a m. 300 furniture, glassware and other antiques & collectibles, some good consignments could still be taken. Phone Peter 522-5883 or Murray 523-7191. Saturday, August 10th. Amos & Marion Currie, Holland, MB, very large auction complete dispersal ol vintage cars & trucks, antiques & collectibles, 9:00 a.m., 11 miles north of Holland. Saturday, August 24th. Mr & Mrs Al Dickie, Ninette, Household and outdoor auction sale in Ninette. Saturday, August 31, Kearney Harvest 24th Annual Antique & Collector Auction, 9:30 a rn in Killarney Curling Arena.    Visit    website www.mrankinauctions.com or phone for listings to: Murray Rankin Auctions, Murray Rankin & Associate Peter Downey, 204-523-7191 Killarney, MB or cellular 204-534-7401. Serving Southern Manitoba. Garage Sales 747 1991 AIRSTREAM Land Yacht, 36’, fully loaded including leather/cloth interior. $45,000. Safetied Call Gary at Champagne Aufp 727-8277 or 721-0977. 1991 PACE ARROW~MOTORHOME, loaded, safety checked, can be seen at 4525 Victoria Avenue $50,000. 725-4769. 1990 Bow West camper van, Dodge maxi, loaded, rear twin beds or king. fridge, stove, furnace, toilet, awning, safetied, immaculate condition, $14,900. 483-3842 1979 CHATEAU 28' Class A motorhome, roof & dash air. rear bedroom/double bed. Asking $14,900. 867-3971, celli 867-7356 1976 Triple E, real good shape, only 6,000 miles on a new motor sleeps 6, roof air conditioning. $10,500 Phone 826-2582. 1976 Winnebago, 25 class A. 454 engine, roof air. sleeps 6-8, 54,000 miles, clean, ready to go, safetied. $8,500. 728-5230 1973 24 CLASS A TRIPLE E moto-rhome. Low mileage. 2 way fridge, stove, oven, furnace, large bathroom, good tires, ready to go. $7,000. Call 748-6088.I*MOVIE SALE Clcmmcnson's Movies & More MOVIE SALE -1000’s of previous viewed movies for sale: 4 for $20 & 4 for SIO (Tax Included) Fri., July 5, 12-6 Sat., July 6, 10-6 Sun., July 7, 12-6 DON’T MISS THIS HUGE CLEARANCE!! LARGE FAMILY YARD SALE Furniture, household items, baby clothes, kids toys, oak bar, much more. Sat. July 6, 9-2 1347-Sth Street ESTATE YARD SALE 3 miles N. Jct. of Hwy #1 & #10 Fri, July 5, 5 - 9 p.m. Sat., July 6, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Furniture, clothing, books, canning supplies & various household items. Something tor everyone! Yard Sale Saturday, July 7, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. Something for Everyone! Highway 270.4 miles West of the Husky, 2 miles North Cancelled if raining! 537 Rosser Ave. East, Sat 9-2. Multi-family, miscellaneous items. BACKYARD SALE, 528-23rd Street Sunday, July 7, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. 12 MAGNACCA ORES. - Yard Sale, Sat. 8 a m. - 1 p.m. Something for everyone. 103 CLARK DRIVE, Saturday 9 - 2 p.m. vcr, stereo, bed, big and small items. 512-12TH STREET, Sat & Sun 10 a m. GARAGE SALE - 404-11th St., Sat. 9-4 Flea Markets 755 OAK Lake Cottage Owners Association. Beach Flea/Craft/Market Garden Sale. August 4. Rain date Aug. 5. 10-2 p.m. Provincial Park Picnic Area across from main beach. Table rental $15/table. Send name & cheque payable to OLCOA by July 26, Box 174, Oak Lake, MB ROM 1P0. For information call 204-748-3255. H & H ROADSIDE CAFE - Alexander, MB, 250 off Hwy #1. Flea Market Sunday, July 7, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Tables $12. Live country band. Smorg $7.99 + tax. Interac available. Phone Donna or Pat 752-2344. BARNEY’S MOTEL FLEA MARKET Junction #10 & #1 Hwys. 10-4 every Sunday. $15 table. 725-1540. Legal Notices 800 PLUMBING & HEATING SHOP Closing Out Sale - fittings, pipes, tools, diamond drill, tinsmith parts, fixtures, etc. Back lane entrance. 120 - 9th St 9 a m. - 4 p.m. Saturday, July 6 & Sunday, July 7. GARAGE Sale. 121 Patterson Cres. July 6, 9-3 p.m. Dresser, stroller, desk, baby clothes (Just Like Me), queen size bed frame, barbecue, toddler bed & much, much more. Something for everyone. GARAGE SALE Fri. & Sat. 9-3. House-hold items. Also RC planes & boats. Will trade for HO. 230-12th St. East. LARGTMULTI FAMILY yarcTsale 1234 9th St. Friday, July 5, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Saturday, July 6, 8 a.m. -4pm. 3 family yard sale - Sat, July 6, 9-4. 131 23rd St Movies/bikes/plants/toys/clothes, & much more. Everything going cheap! 1602 10th St. Sat 9-2, 2 family yard sale, something (or everyone, also selling hairdressing equipment: sinks, chairs, dryers. 2 1/2 miles north of airport on #10 highway. Fri 2-8 p.m. Sat 10 a.rn -6 p.m. Furniture, bikes, tools, and much more. LARGE 3 Family yard sale 53 River-heights Drive. Friday, July 5, 4-7 p.m. Saturday, July 6, 9-3 p.m. ESTATE Stuff, some furniture, household effects, winter coats. 56 Ashgrove. Sat 8 a rn - 12 p m. no earlybirds. SATURDAY, 10-4, multi family yard sale, 933 Russell Street. GARAGE SALE - 8-1, Sat., Jul7 6T37 McLeod Drive Various items. 73 ELMDALE BLVD. - MOVING SALE, Saturday, July 6, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. SUNDAY ONLY - Yard Sale, 8-2 at 66 Highland Park. NORTH Hill, 12 Kerr Place, Sat 9-3, Sun 9-2 A/C, kids items, skis, knitting machine HUGE F amily yard sale, sat. 8:30-3 p.m. 56 Basswood Bay. 21 DELTA BAY Friday & Saturday. Kids stuff, toys & Universal York gym. UNDER THE HIGHWAYS PROTECTION ACT THE HIGHWAY TRAFFIC BOARD Notice is hereby given that a hearing of the Highway Traffic Board will he held on Tuesday, July 23, 2002 at 11:00 a.m. in Classroom “C”, Brandon Agricultural Extension Centre, 1129 Queens Avenue, Brandon, Manitoba. PERMITS - PART I - SECT ION 9 H.P.A. AND PART 111 - SIX’ HON 17 H.P.A. 3/001 IX00/(702 - JAY M AKHNOOK An Application for Change in Use of Access Driveway to Residential/ Agricultural/Commercial onto P.T.H. No. I A. S.W. 1/4 20- IO- IVW. R.M. of Cornwallis. The Highway Traffic Board will he prepared to consider all submissions, written or oral, on the above applications by contacting the Assistant Secretary prior to or at the hearing. 200-301 Weston Street W innipeg, MB R3E 3H4 Phone: (204) 945-8912 Iris Murrell. Assistant Secretary THE HIGHWAY TRAFFIC BOARD Tenders 805 MOUNTAIN VIEW SCHOOL DIVISION Formerly Duck Mountain School Division No. 34, Dauphin Ochre School Area No. 1 and Intermountain School Division No. 36 NOTICE OF TENDER TO PROVIDE AUDITING SERVICES The Mountain View School Division invites proposals for the auditing of its Financial Statements as per the requirement set out in Sections 41(8) through 41(14) of the Public Schools Act. A detailed tender package can be obtained by contacting the undersigned. Proposals are to be marked “Audit Proposal” and will be accepted by the undersigned on or before 12:00 noon Friday, July 19, 2002. The lowest or any proposal will not necessarily be accepted. Bart Michaleski, Secretary-Treasurer Mountain View School Division 505 Main Street South Dauphin, Manitoba R7N 1L3 Phone: (204) 638-3001 Manitoba THE MANITOBA WATER SERVICES BOARD NOTICE OF TENDER Sealed tenders, marked as follows will be received by the undersigned at The Manitoba Water Services Board, Imperial Square, 2022 Currie Blvd., Box 22080, Brandon, Manitoba, R7A 6Y9, up to 11:00 a.m., prevailing Brandon time on: July 19,2002 for the following works; The construction of 11,300 m of pressure pipeline and 10 service connections located in the Rural Municipality of Portage la Prairie MARKED M.W.S.B. No. 760 R.M. of Portage la Prairie Water Pipeline Extensions 2002 Tenders will be publicly opened and read at the location, time and date specified above. Each tender must be accompanied by a fully executed BID BOND on the form provided and in favor of the Minister of Finance for the amount shown on the Tender. Under NO CIRCUMSTANCES will a certified cheque be accepted in lieu of a Bid Bond. Tender documents may be obtained on or after July 8, 2002 at 2022 Currie Blvd., Box 22080, Brandon, Manitoba, R7A 6Y9, on the deposit of a CERTIFIED CHEQUE in the amount of $50.00 on each Tender. Deposit will be refunded only on (1) the submission of a bona fide tender or (2) the return of the tender documents within seven (7) days after tender closing. The lowest of any tender may not necessarily be accepted. Brandon, Manitoba KEYSTONE CENTRE BRANDON MANITOBA CANADANOTICE OF REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS Western Canada's Premiere Agricultural, Recreational and Entertainment Centre is accepting bids for a DETAILED ENGINEERING CONCEPT REPORT The Keystone Centre intends to retain an individual consulting firm or joint venture to develop a comprehensive Engineering study of the facility. The goal of the project is to develop a multi phase action plan for capital improvements designed to meet the environmental, operational, life safety and accessibility levels required by code and/or business operations. The Keystone Centre need not accept the lowest or any Bid The Keystone Centre shall have the right to evaluate competing bids in accordance with its own criteria for evaluation applied at the specific time being tendered, whether or not such criteria has been expressly related to the Bidders. The Keystone Centre reserves the right to accept a bid (if any) which it deems to be in the best interest of the Keystone Centre. Mandatory Site Visit Bids will only be accepted from parties that attend or send a representative to a site visit scheduled for July IO, 2002, 10:00 A.M. (local Brandon time) In the Assembly Hall in the Keystone Centre. Complete Bid Packages are available at the Keystone Centre Administration Offices #1 1175 18th Street, Brandon, MB, R7A 7C5 or by Email: [email protected] Manitoba THE MANITOBA WATER SERVICES BOARD NOTICE OF TENDER Sealed tenders, marked as follows will be received by the undersigned at The Manitoba Water Services Board, Imperial Square, 2022 Currie Blvd., Box 22080, Brandon, Manitoba, R7A 6Y9, up to 11:00 a.m., prevailing Brandon time on: July 19, 2002 for the following works: The construction of a wastewater lagoon with one primary cell and two secondary cells including 20,000 cm of topsoil removal, 39,000 cm of common excavation, 900 rn of 200 mm forcemain, scarifying and recompacting cell bottoms, and associated works, for the community of Reston in the R.M. of Pipestone. MARKED M.W.S.B. No. 758 R.M. of Pipestone Reston Wastewater Lagoon Tenders will be publicly opened and read at the location, time and date specified above. Each tender must be accompanied by a fully executed BID BOND on the form provided and in favor of the Minister of Finance for the amount shown on the Tender. Under NO CIRCUMSTANCES will a certified cheque be accepted in lieu of a Bid Bond. Tender documents may be obtained on or after July 8, 2002 at 2022 Currie Blvd., Box 22080, Brandon, Manitoba, R7A 6Y9, on the deposit of a CERTIFIED CHEQUE in the amount of $50.00 on each Tender. Deposit will be refunded only on (1) the submission of a bona fide tender or (2) the return of the tender documents within seven (7) days after tender closing. The lowest of any tender may not necessarily be accepted. Brandon, Manitoba /ta Manitoba Hydro POWER SUPPLY SPECIFICATION NO. 011749 CONSTRUCTION OF MANITOBA HYDRO SERVICE CENTRE BUILDING AT DAUPHIN, MANITOBA Sealed tenders will be received at Manitoba Hydro, Corporate Purchasing Department, 1565 Willson Place, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3T 4H1. Copies can be obtained by contacting the indicated individual or a copy can be picked up at the Brandon District Office. The work shall consist of supplying all supervision, labour, plant, tools, equipment and materials as required for the construction of a new Manitoba Hydro Service Centre at Dauphin, Manitoba. This will include, but is not limited to; the building foundation, a pre-engineered metal building, and building services (mechanical and electrical). Tenders will be opened in the presence of any interested parties at 1:45p.m., on the day tenders close, in Conference Room 300A, on the 3rd floor of Manitoba Hydro’s 1565 Willson Place location, in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Closing Date: 12:00 hours (Noon), Manitoba Local time, Friday, July 26, 2002. Contact; John Horn, Corporate Purchasing Department, Telephone (204) 474-3563, Fax (204) 474-3179 or internet E-mail [email protected] Manitoba Hydro reserves the right to reject any or all quotations. The lowest quotation will not necessarily be accepted. G. J. McNeill, Supervisor Corporate Purchasing Department Winnipeg, Manitoba Manitoba THE MANITOBA WATER SERVICES BOARD NOTICE OF TENDER Sealed tenders, marked as follows will be received by the undersigned at The Manitoba Water Services Board, Imperial Square, 2022 Currie Blvd., Box 22080, Brandon, Manitoba, R7A 6Y9, up to 11:00 a.m., prevailing Brandon time on: July 26, 2002 for the following works: Construct a wastewater pump station including installation of Owner supplied pump system, building, mechanical, electrical and associated works at the Poplar Bluff Industrial Park located in the R.M. of Portage la Prairie. MARKED M.W.S.B. No. 746 Rural Municipality of Portage la Prairie Poplar Bluff Wastewater Pump Station Tenders will be publicly opened and read at the location, time and date specified above Each tender must be accompanied by a fully executed BID BOND on the form provided and in favor of the Minister of Finance for the amount shown on the Tender. Under NO CIRCUMSTANCES will a certified cheque be accepted in lieu of a Bid Bond Tender documents may be obtained on or after July 8, 2002 at 2022 Currie Blvd., Box 22080, Brandon, Manitoba, R7A 6Y9, on the deposit of a CERT! RED CHEQUE in the amount of $50.00 on each Tender. Deposit will be refunded only on (1) the submission of a bona fide tender or (2) the return of the tender documents within seven (7) days after tender closing. The lowest of any tender may not necessarily be accepted. Brandon, Manitoba Classified Display 830 Ii n /IU    you, need, id, yen* imaqdMotieHl MANITOBAChildren’s Museum i f924-4000 U.S. gov’t warns private planes of terrorist threat By Jonathan I). Saiant Associated Press WASHINGTON The government told owners and operators of private planes yesterday to strengthen security because terrorists may try to use general aviation aircraft to attack in the United States. “Terrorists who are no longer able to hijack commercial airliners because of increased security at commercial airports may turn to GA airports and aircraft to conduct operations,” the alert said. The Transportation Security Administration said it had “credible indications” that terrorists were planning attacks, but did not know the specific targets or the methods to be used. The security agency asked private plane owners and operators to lock airplanes when they’re not in use, check the identification of all crew members and passengers and make sure that there is no unidentified baggage or cargo on board. In addition, they were urged to look for planes with unusual modifications, people with altered or phoney identification and individuals standing idle near planes. “If you observe persons, aircraft and operations that do not fit the customary pattern at your air port, you should immediately advise law enforcement authorities,” the agency said. More than 200,000 of the 215,(XX) planes flying in the United States are small private planes, known as general aviation aircraft, according to the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association. Association officials say the planes are too small to do much damage, but other airline experts disagree, saying they can carry plenty of explosives. There also is concern that terrorists will use private planes to scatter chemical or biological material. Last month, U.S. air force jets scrambled twice to intercept two private planes that inadvertently entered the restricted air space around Camp David, the presidential retreat in Maryland where President George VV. Bush was staying. Jets also scrambled when another private plane inadvertently flew the restricted area around the Washington Monument, putting the aircraft as near as six kilometres to the White House. In February, a 15-year-old boy stole an airplane from a flight school at the St. Petersburg-Clearwater International Airport in Florida and smashed it into the 28th floor of a Tampa office building, killing himself. L.A. crash ‘sounds completely like an accident’: FAA spokesperson ASSOCIATED PRESS Two planes sit on the runway at Monmouth Executive Airport Thursday in Wall Township, NJ. New York Police Department aviation teams pursued the two small planes that were detected in restricted airspace around New York City. Two planes fly through restricted air space WALL TOWNSHIP, N.J. — Two small planes swooped through restricted airspace around New York City and buzzed a cruise ship before police helicopters forced them down almost an hour later. The two Florida pilots were released from police headquarters early yesterday without being charged criminally, although they may face Federal Aviation Administration sanctions for flight violations, the FBI said. The pilots were identified as Andre Morais and Daniel Oliveira, both of Miami. The incident Thursday night came amid heightened security for the Independence Day holiday, but there was no evidence of a potential terrorist threat, officials said. “It was just poor judgment,” said Sandra Carroll, a spokeswoman for the Newark FBI office. The planes, owned by the Flonda-based Aerial Sign Corp., were flying as low as 15 metres off Queens’ Rockaway shoreline, well below the required 300-metre minimum, said Jim Peters, an FAA spokesman. They also brushed past a cruise ship near New York Harbor, Carroll said. She said the pilots ignored warnings from the New York police helicopters to leave the area, and one plane appeared to aim itself at one of the choppers, leading the helicopter pilot to believe the plane was trying to ram him. — Associated Press SAN DIMAS, Calif. — Richard Rang had just eased into his folding chair beside a lake, looking forward to a Fourth of July picnic that he hoped would lift: his family’s spirits following his mother’s funeral earlier in the week. Hearing a noise in the distance, Kang looked up to see a small white airplane, apparently out of control, flying straight toward his crowded picnic area. “We couldn’t get away,” Kang said. “We heard the noise and then boom! It hit.” The twin-engine Cessna slammed into the ground at Frank G. Bonelli Regional Park in this Los Angeles suburb, killing four and injuring a dozen, including Kang and four relatives. The accident hit a region jittery over Independence Day terror warnings and stunned by a deadly shooting about an hour earlier at Los Angeles International Airport. Federal    Aviation Administration spokeswoman Laura Brown said the crash “sounds completely like an accident,” and Gov. Gray Davis noted that the pilot issued two distress calls after takeoff from Brackett Field, a small airport near the park. The pilot and a passenger were killed, as were two children on the ground. The airplane snapped the top off the tree next to Kang. Pieces of the tree and the plane showered down on the family. “It landed right on top of us,” said Kang, an automobile dealer. Both people aboard the plane were killed: pilot Michael Brand, 44, and Michael Alder, 49, who was identified by the Los Angeles County coroner’s office as the plane’s co-pilot. Also killed were Jackie Engo Ton, 12, and Branden Truong, 16 months old, coroner’s and hospital officials said. Among the injured were two in critical condition. The Cessna came down at midday as hundreds of people were barbecuing and celebrating Independence Day. “The wings clipped on the trees. It went nose first. Bodies flying all over the place,” said witness Javier Franco. He said two girls were trapped under the plane. Onlookers rushed to help, lifting the wreckage off victims and applying CPR until rescue workers arrived. By early afternoon, the scene was strewn with both the plane’s wreckage and the remains of holiday parties. Paper plates and cups were scattered across the ground. A child’s push scooter was propped next to a picnic table a few feet from the wreckage, and an airplane engine rested on a crumpled green lawn chair. Kang, 54, his wife, Kyung, 49, and his brother, Sinyong, 51, were treated for minor injuries. His daughter Connie, 15, and sister, Duk Sun Kang, 52, were seriously injured. — Associated Press ;