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Brandon Sun (Newspaper) - July 6, 2002, Brandon, Manitoba A2 BRANDON July 2002 Shooting leaves killers family in disbelief CONTINUED FROM Al We are not ruling out hate We are not ruling out terrorism completely and we are not rul ing out other types of issues that it may be a ran dom act of Garcia Israeli officials said they consider the shooting a terror Ticket agent Victoria and Yaakov a jeweller and father of eight who was dropping oft a were fatally shot before two El Al guards overwhelmed The guards and a woman who lives in Canada were wounded in the incident another woman suf fered heart Global News identified the Canadian as Sarah of I just head a I thought you being the Fourth of Phillips told the TV network in an interview from a Los Angeles And then everybody hit the floor inaudible said get down and I got But before I I felt a burning sensation in my I feel lucky to be Im glad to be Initially CBCTV reported the wounded woman was a Canadian but Foreign Affairs clari fied she was a landed The Canadian Consulate General in Los Angeles has been in contact with her and she is reported to be doing All possible councillor assistance has been made available to said MarieChristine a spokesperson for Foreign Hadayet listed July 4 as his birthday on one of two drivers His wife and two sons had gone to Egypt for the neighbours Federal agents later examined the from which Hadayet ran a livery and car ried away a and boxes and bags of In Hassan Mostafa a retired general who is married to Hadayets said the suspects wife and sister were taken in for question ing by Egyptian Mahfouz said the news of the shooting left him in Police also visited the apartment of Hadayets in a middleincome area of security guards at the building Neighbours said Hadayet was quiet but became incensed when an upstairs neighbour hung large American and Marine Corps flags from a balcony above his front door after Another Steve said Hadayet complained about it to the apartment He thought it was being thrown in his who also went by the last name had California drivers licences listing two different birth dates April and July 1961 according to the The gunner carried a semiautomatic Clock a nine millimetre handgun and a 15 centimetre but had no said Ron assistant director of the Los Angeles FBI He had extra ammunition and magazines ready to McLaughlin David Parkus heard five or six shots and turned from the Singapore Airlines counter to see the gunman wrestling with a A second guard charged and shot the Parkus As the gunman Parkus he saw a hunting knife fall to the One guard was hit on the forehead with the butt of the gun and cut on the right and the second guard was cut on the lower stabbed on the left and had a superficial gunshot wound to his right said a trauma surgeon from Clark forced to push his car in Stampede parade CALGARY Whether they saw it as a political metaphor or just bad Tory Leader Joe Clark and a broken down car had Calgary Stampede parade watchers roaring Known for leading the Progressive Conservatives through some tough times in party the former prime minister showed similar tenacity in helping push a stalled Buick more than 10 blocks as he was fuelled by the cheers of thousands of It may have helped that the parade wound through the heart of Clarks Calgary Centre The Tory leader said afterwards he doesnt shirk work when it is there to be When the car I decided I wasnt going and then when people got out to 1 wasnt going to be a passenger in The 1967 Wildcat convertible broke down about halfway through the The carburetor flooded when the driver tried to restart the the battery was With cars full of Canada Alliance politicians cruising just in Clark and his helpers abandoned their seats and began pushing the boat of a car with all their It was not a small he Not only did I get to be in the I got the exercise Clark suggested he may use any extra muscle he developed to push the partys issues once Parliament resumes in Im in he Press LOTTERIES PICKS 648 SUPER 7 bonus 27 EXTRA 5034981 CONTACT US Toll DEATHS Ada passed away at Fairview Gordon of John beloved hus band of Eugenia 1913 Elwood beloved hus band of Timothy beloved son of John and Theresa Anne of Jennie nee Marjorie of Helen passed away in Hilda Gordon of Watch Tomorrows BRANDONOSUN for these flyers Suposlore VI SAFEWAY VJPJ FOOD DRUG S PORTC H E K1 Partial distribution subscribers and nonsubscribers If you do not receive these flyers call the Brandon Sun Circulation Department 7270527 City held meeting to warn motorists CONTINUED FROM Al Steve the engineering con sultant for the says the city tried to prepare the public for the construction in January and March informational We had a lot of public meetings before we did this and talked it We walked them through the he We tried to adapt our program to address some of their Both the province and the city say they are ensuring all business along 18th Street are accessible during the Ready to retreat COLIN SUN A group of approximately 50 youths march across Victoria Avenue yes terday evening during a Pilgrims March in The youth were on their way to a retreat for local Catholics who will be attending World Youth Day later this month in a gathering of young faithful who will have an audience with the Hitchhiking treeplanter disappears PRINCE The emotional parents of a treeplanter miss ing for two weeks after planning to hitchhike begged yesterday for the pub lics help in locating their Jack and Barb Hoar of Red came to this northern British Columbia city to help in the search for their 25yearold She was last seen June 21 on Highway 16 west in Prince The highway winds through isolated areas between communities in northern Shed been planning to hitchhike to a 370kilometre drive west from Prince George on Highway 16 to surprise her but never showed We need our daughter we need to have her Barb Hoar said bursting into Anything that anybody can do to help just absolutely any article of clothing that you find if you could We just need to find a place to get We want our pre cious daughter Hoar was supposed to report back to work June She was reported missing July 2 by her employer a tree planting company doing reforestation near Prince Jack Hoar said his daughter would never go this long without She has always been committed to She has never missed so for her to not show up for the startdate is just something that is totally out of char We have a very real concern that an accident of some kind has befallen search and rescue dozens of Hoars fellow treeplanters and her family and friends are taking part in the ground and air RCMP said theres no reason to believe Hoars disappearance is connect ed to the socalled Highway 16 Investigators have no evidence to support foul play in the case of said Mike The murders or suspected homicides involved mostly teenaged girls who disappeared between 1990 and 1996 while hitchhiking or walking alone at night along Highway 16 or in com munities along the Three were later found dead and two are still missing but suspected to be vic tims of foul Press Red River continues to pose a threat CONTINUED FROM Al That flooded basements resulted in million in On Thursday 75 millimetres of rain fell on parts of Winnipeg as heavy thunderstorms rolled through the area and the nearby town of Steinbach was hit with 129 The cleanup continued In the heavy rain poured into some fuel storage tanks on the edge of the displacing perhaps litres of gasoline which had to be cleaned up with vacuum Gary of Manitoba Conservations dangerous goods depart said residents in the area were in no immediate The wind is blowing from the east to the away from town any vapours that are coming off are going out across a field and not really affecting Some of the areas hit by heavy rains last month were largely spared Thursday night so the Roseau River didnt rise But the Red River north of the United States border continued to rise yesterday and without the floodway it would have been perhaps a metre high er in Every third of a metre the river rises in the city at these levels decreases the capacity of the citys storm sewer sys tem by five to 10 per say In when the floodway was used to lower river it didnt push the level south of the city past the nat ural This time that is not the Steve Topping of the Water Resources Branch said only farmers crops were being put at risk and they would be This is the first time since the flood way was built that it has been used in the It was designed to reduce the threat from spring flooding and in 1997 saved Winnipeg from one of the worst floods of the 20th Topping said it was impossible to say when or even if flooding might In southeast Manitoba got 178 mm to 305 mm of rain in some About 100 people were forced from their homes as the Roseau River over flowed its banks and destroyed hun dreds of acres of The provincial government announced million in disaster The heavy rain has also meant a huge surge in Manitobas mosquito Brandon Suns Forecast On Demand i Weather Network SI Manitoba Forecast Mainly sunny with a few morning Winds High Humidex Warm front Cold front Tonight Low Monday High Low H 27 L 16 Tomorrow Mainly sunny with cloudy High Low Tuesday Variably cloudy pop High Low Wednesday Variably cloudy pop High Low UV forecast Todays UV index Time to burn Skies today tonight Occlusion Trough H High pressure L Low pressure Sunrise Sunset Moonrise Moonset July 10 O July 17 July 24 Aug 01 Brandons almanac today Temperature High Low Normal Record Last year Yesterday Precipitation Todays Normals Yesterday mm Dauphin Sunny iRuuell MinnedoM il Lake Cartaerry ny Sunny Sunny Virlen BRANDON Sunny Melita U Prmlrta Sunny Killanwy Sunny Bismarck Boston Chicago Dallas cloudy Denver Fargo tstorms tstorms Houston Angeles Miami tstorms New York Phoenix sunny windy Salt Lake San Diego Seattle cloudy Tucson tstorms tstorms cloudy cloudy tstorms tstorms tstorms windy showers tstorms Canada today Calgary Charloitetwntshowers Churchill showers Edmonton sunny Estevan Dauphin sunny Fredericton Halifax Kapuskasg Lethbridge Monclon ishowers Montreal North Bay sunny Ottawa Albert George Rupert Quebec Regina Saint John Saskatoon Johns showers Sudbury sunny Swift Thunder storms Toronto sunny Vancouver Victoria Whitehorse Windsor sunny Winnipeg sunny YellowKnife showers Resorts Acapulco tstorms Barbados Bermuda sunny Cancun tshowers Cuba tstorms tshowers Montego B Nassau Puerto Rico showers showers showers showers showers rain tshowers tstorms tshowers tstorms tshowers Commercial Services 2002 y ;