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Brandon Sun (Newspaper) - July 6, 2002, Brandon, Manitoba MR CONDITIONERS Now Available JACKS MAYTAG 1009 13th Street 7281711 DON From Enron to nothing on Story on A10 Saturday July 6 2002 Baseball legend dead at 83 Story onB3 Pod jons 535 Princess 726O382 Local stress levels lower BY CURTIS BROWN Brandon Sun For a person who works two Andrea Anderson is surprisingly I like working two says who splits her time between Key Man in the Brandon Shoppers Mall and Jiffy Food Youre always doing some thing It never gets Anderson could be indicative of many people in the Brandon While she juggles she handles stress A Statistics Canada study finds that western Manitobans have lower levels of stress and depression than most While 26 per cent of Canadians surveyed say they have a high level of only 22 per cent of people in Brandon say theyre stressed The Marquette region reports 25 per cent of the population is stressed and the figure for Westman is 19 per whos working two jobs so she can travel to Mexico this says the only stress she feels is when shes try ing to coordinate her Occasionally I feel a bit of stress from getting my hours straight at each figuring out the But I dont feel a whole she The pressures of work can catch up to Miranda Martens manages both the Clear Lake and Brandon outlets of North Shore In a typical she works 55 That load can take a she At you get fairly COLIN SUN Miranda Martens works 55 hours or more per splitting her time between jobs here and at Clear A new Statistics Canada study shows western Manitobans are less stressed than the rest of the Drinking and smoking continue to pose problems for the health of Page A3 Access to health care boosts the longevity of peo ple living in Page A3 The citys above average obesity hasnt caused a rush on health Page A3 stressed Youre always run youre always on the Heather the Brandon Regional Health Authoritys mental health co is surprised by these I never would have thought it would have been less than the national Kirkham We certainly see both stress and depression in our line of Seven per cent of national respondents say they have compared to six per cent in That doesnt that there arent more people around who are About twothirds of people that have depression dont get warns Bruce Leflar of the Mood Disorders Association of I would be a bit hesitant in accepting those Flood watch issued WINNIPEG CP Sunny skies yesterday didnt stop offi cials from preparing for the worst after heavy rains pounded waterlogged southeastern Manitoba Thursday With more rain still a possi a flash flood watch was issued for the Seine River water shed and the Red River flood way was put into operation for the second time this year to reduce Winnipeg sewer We all knew that with the sustained levels in the river that we had a protracted risk and a plan was developed in coopera tion with the City of Winnipeg and the committee that regulates those gates so that we could avoid a 1993 said Chuck Sanderson of the Emergency Measures SEE RED RIVER PAGE A2 INSIDE FOR SALE 2OOO Bayliner Details under Geese get free lift Story on Page AS LOCAL EDITORIAL TRAVEL ENTERTAINMENT SPORTS THATS WEDDINGS RELIGION LANDERS Saturday tax included o 6191 55 9 Gunman went to LAX intending to kill FBI LOS ANGELES APCP The Egyptian immigrant to the who gunned down two peo ple at Israels El Al ticket counter went to the Los Angeles airport intending to the FBI said yes It appears he went there with the intention of Why he did that is what we are still trying to FBI agent Richard Garcia said one day after the Shootout at the thirdbusiest air port in the United Hesham Mohamed a 41yearold limousine was shot to death by an El Al Travellers dove to the ground or scattered for cover when gun fire erupted at the El Al where passengers were checking in for Flight which was bound for Toronto and Tel Hurve who lives in was at the ticket counter when the gunman started I was at the corner of the counter of the El Al counter I jumped on the floor once I Hesham Mohamed Hadayet Victoria Hen Yaakov Aminov saw his after the two first he told CFTO News yes terday morning after landing at Torontos Pearson International once I was on the floor I ran behind the luggage Then the shots blast there were maybe seven or he the colour draining from his The slayings came on the Fourth of when the possibil ity of terror attacks had put secu rity on high alert around the United Federal withheld judgment on whether to label the attack as There is no no indi cation at this time that this is ter White House press secre tary Ari Fleischer said FBI spokesman Matt McLaughlin said We cant rule that but theres nothing to indicate terrorism at this He suggested it might be a hate as did Garcia at a news conference yesterday after SEE SHOOTING PAGE A2 Road work annoys drivers BY KYLA DUNCAN Brandon Sun Brandon residents are sick and tired of the multitude of plows and barricades on 18th I think its says Dena while making her way to an 18th Street work Its especially a pain for our business The provincial which is one of the citys busiest is currently receiving a face lift from both the province and the Its causing many residents Its a If I could avoid it I would definitely find another Danielle Louis I usually leave about 10 min utes earlier because I just dont know what to expect when I get It seems to be different Provincial crews are working from Victoria Avenue to Queens Avenue in both northand southbound City crews are working between Queens and Richmond avenues in northand south bound Its a pain in the says an cab who didnt want to give his last I try to miss most of the con but most of the time I cant avoid Mark says he usually works the night shift when construc tion crews are not on the but he said the mess left makes transporting his customers diffi The city doesnt give any so its kind of a pain because in its a different spot every The city is installing a new water main and will be finished within the The province is installing left turning lanes at most intersec tions between Victoria and Queens avenues and repaying the road and They wont be finished until sometime in But Don director of regional operations for Transportation and Government says the result will be well worth putting up with the It will improve traffic flow and it will improve thats one of the main reasons were doing McKibbin Shortterm pain for longterm Rick Taylor is wondering why crews cant work at night to avoid aggravating the It is an says while stopping for gas at an 18th Street Esso I dont understand why they have to do it during the day with all the Ive heard in Winnipeg they do some at night to avoid SEE CITY HELD PAGE A2 649 ;