Brandon Sun (Newspaper) - June 26, 2002, Brandon, Manitoba
Memorial Donations. ... 15
Cards of Thanks........20
Funeral Directors 30
Party Supplies........ 51
Coming Events........ 60
Find-a-Friend . . .......90
1-900 ................ 91
Day Care Centres.......95
Licenced Family Day Care . 96 Family Daycare........97
Professional Help Wanted . IOO Skilled Help Wanted . 105
Sales Help Wanted ... 110 General Help Wanted ..115
Teachers Wanted 120
Secretarial / Accounting 125
Employment Wanted . .
Mobile Homes for Rent.
Employment Directory. .
Mobile Homes Wanted .
Restaurant Equipment.. .
Trucks for Sale.......
Mobile Home Lot Rentals.
Musical Instruments. . . .
Trucks for Rent......
Hobby and Craft Supplies
Truck Parts Sale/Wanted
Employment Training . .
Property for Sale......
Coins and Stamps.....
Produce for Sale......
Business Opportunities .
Space for Rent........
Commercial Property for
Guns for Sale.........
Sale or Rent.......
Commercial Vehicles . .
for Sale or Rent
Stock/Utility Trailers. . .
REAL ESTATE I
Buildings for Sale/Rent .
Pools/Spas and Hot Tubs 545
Office Space for Rent . .
Landscaping Services. . .
Aircraft Sale/Rent ....
Houses for Sale.......
Storage Space Wanted .
Nurseries, Trees and Plants
Heavy Equipment ....
Houses for Rent.......
Storage Space for Rent .
Houses Wanted to Buy .
Farms for Sale........
Lawn and Garden
Houses Wanted to Rent
Farms for Rent........
Vacation Accommodation 216
Farms Wanted Sale/Rent 360
Motorcycles Wanted . .
All Terrain Vehicles . . .
Out of Town Houses
Building Movers .....
Snowmobiles Wanted .
Money to Loan.......
Snowmobile Trailers ..
Out of Town Houses
Campers for Sale.....
Mortgages for Sale
Cabinet Sales/Service. . .
Out of Town Houses
Doors and Windows
Travel Trailers for Sale.
Wanted to Buy.....
Travel Trailer Rentals. .
Out of Town Houses
Motorhomes for Sale. .
Wanted to Rent
Motorhome Rentals. . .
Apartments Furnished. .
Professional Services . .
Miscellaneous Articles. .
Partly Furnished. . .
Apartments Wanted . .
Rooms to Let........
Art and Craft Sales . . .
Room and Board.....
Autos for Sale.......
Roommates Wanted . .
Autos for Rent.......
Room and Board Wanted
AudioA/isual Equipment 450
Mobile Homes for Sale
Auto Parts Sales/Wanted
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01 In Memoriams
10 Coming Events
BUDZINSKI: Dora (Domna) Budzinski (nee Marchuk). May 17, 1901 - June 21. 2002. Dora (Domna) Budzinski (nee Marchuk) was born in Insinger, SK, May 17, 1901. She was the last surviving member of 11 Marchuk children born to Lewonky Marchuk and Anastasia Lapa-schuk, Ukrainian immigrants from Kiev. Ukraine. She was married Feb. 25, 1919 to George Budzinski also from Insinger area. They homesteaded iii In-singer until 1941, then moved to Flphinstone, Manitoba, where they farmed until 1949, then moved to Oak Lake, Manitoba, farmed until 1955. From there they moved to Binscarth. Manitoba, and farmed until George’s death in 1964. Dora then moved to Brandon where she lived until moving to Winnipeg in 1983. She resided in Winnipeg until her death on June 21, 2002. She was predeceased by her husband George of 45 years in 1964, son William in 1970, daughters Mary Bodnarehuk in 1996 and Nettie Godenir in 2002. Also granddaughter Charlene Bod-narchuk in 1960 and great-grandson Bobby Henson in 1992. She is survived by daughters Kay Budzinski ot Winnipeg and Elsie Witteveen of St. Mary’s, Ontario and one daughter-in-law Mary Budzinski of Winnipeg. There are also 12 grandchildren, 29 great-grandchildren and four great-great-grandchildren. Prayers will be held on Thursday, June 27, 2002 at 7:00 p.m. at Chapel Lawn Funeral Home. Funeral service will be held on Friday, June 28, 2002 at 10:00 a.m. at Chapel Lawn Funeral Home, 4000 Portage Avenue. Very Rev. Father Henry Lakusta of the Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral will preside over the services. A luncheon will be served following the services at the Chapel Lawn Reception Centre. Pallbearers will be Dora’s grandsons. Arrangements entrusted to: Chapel
Lawn Funeral Home Cemetery and Crematorium 204-885-9715.
GRIFFITH: Marjorie Griffith, of Oak Lake, wife of the late Roy Griffith passed away peacefully at the Assiniboine Centre. Funeral service will be held on Friday, June 28, 2002 at 2:00 p.m. in the Oak Lake United Church with Pam Dean officiating. Interment to follow in the Oak Lake Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society, 415 1st Street, Brandon, Manitoba, R7A 2W8 or a charity of choice. Messages of condolence may be placed at www.brockie-donovan.com. Arrangements are in care of Brookie Donovan, 727-0694.
MADDEN: Lillian Jean
Madden passed away Sunday, June 23. 2002 at the Assiniboine Centre after a long illness. She was bom Lillian Kalyniak on December 19, 1938 in Russell. Manitoba to Ted and Rose Kalyniak. Her early yeafs were spent in the country near Leonard, Manitoba and then the family moved to Inglis, where Li I began school and learned to speak English. After Grade 12, she worked for an insurance company in Regina and Winnipeg. She married Leo Madden on November 5, 1966 and
moved to Brandon where she had two children. Lillian loved problem solving, crossword puzzles, and logic problems. She taught herself how to sew, upholster furniture and refinish basements. Lillian was very skilled at crocheting fine thread dollies and afghans and also loved to spend time gardening and caring for her plants, bird watching stargazing and traveling through Canada and the United States. Lil is survived by her husband Leo, of Brandon, her daughter Leeanne and son-in-law Matthew Nowak, of Great Falls. Montana, her son Elliot Madden of Calgary, and her brother Leon Kalyniak and family of Winnipeg. She was predeceased by her parents. A mass of Christian Burial will be held on Friday, June 28, 2002, 10:30 a.m. at St. Augustine’s Roman Catholic Church, with a reception to follow the service in the church square. Cremation has already taken place. In lieu of Bowers, please consider donations to the Canadian Cancer Society, 415-lst Street, Brandon, Manitoba, R7A 2W8. Messages of condolence may be placed at www.brockiedonovan.com. Arrangements are in care of Brookie Donovan, 727-0694. TURNER: (Margaret) Jean
Turner, beloved daughter, sister, mom and grandma passed away peacefully, after a battle with cancer on June 21, 2002 at Rockeyview Hospital in Calgary, Alberta. Jean will be greatly missed by friends and family. She was always there for them, offering support, love and any help that she possibly could. Jean s career as a cosmetician brought her into countless peoples lives, doing inake-up for several graduations and wed
dings, where she made many long time friends, lf you walked up to Jean’s counter at Super Thrifty Drug Mart you were always welcomed with a warm smile and a helpful ambition like no other. Along with Jean’s career she also enjoyed many other hobbies, such as doing crafts, sewing, her strong belief in spirituality and of course, shopping for herself and others. Jean moved from Brandon to Calgary to be close to her children and grandchildren. Family was very important to Jean throughout her life. Much of her joy came from being with her grandchildren (Austin 8, Courtney 5 and Conner 4), with whom she spent much of her time. Jean is survived by her mother Margaret McManus, son Todd Turner (Pam Andries), daughter Susan (Rob) Sparrow, grandchildren Austin, Courtney, and Conner Sparrow, brother Robert (Bev) McManus and children Kelly and Mark McManus, as well as many other aunts, uncles and friends. A memorial service will be held at Mclnnis & Holloway East Side Memorial Chapel, 5388 Memorial Drive NE, Calgary, Alberta and interment to follow at Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to The Canadian Cancer Society or MADD.
"Mom, you will be thought of often and missed even more. ”
ZAHARCHUK: The death of William (Bill) Zaharchuk beloved husband of Hazel, occurred at the Brandon Regional Health Centre on Tuesday, June 25, 2002. Viewing for family and friends will be held at Memories Chapel 330 - 18th Street North on Thursday, June 27, from 7:00-8:00 p.m. The funeral serv ice w ill be held at Memories Chapel on Friday on Friday June 28, 2002 at I LOO a.m. with Rev. Father Victor Yakowchuk officiating. Mr. Peter Romanik will be cantor. Interment will follow in the Brandon Cemetery. Donations in memory of Bill may be made to the Brandon Regional Health Centre Foundation, 150 McTavish Avenue Fast, Brandon, Manitoba, R7A 2B3. Complete obituary information to follow. Arrangements are with Memories Chapel & Pre-Planning Centre, 727-0330.
In loving memory of our daughter and sister Jean, who passed away two years ago today JusI her hand to clasp,
Her patient face to see;
To hear her voice, to see her smile, 4s in the days that used to be But some sweet day we ll meet again Beyond the toil and stnfe,
And clasp each other's hand anew, In Heaven, that happy life ~ Lovingly remembered by Mom, Brothers, Orvil and families
In loving memory of our Dad, who passed away June 26, 2(XX).
What we’d give if we could say Hello, Dud, in the same old way. To hear your voice, and see your smile.
To sit w ith you arui chat awhile. So if you have a father Cherish him with care.
For you 'll never know the heartache Till you see his vacant chair.
-Always remembered and sadly missed by Sharon. Donna and families
It's our 4th AnniversaryI
Come Help Us Celebrate
June 27, 28 & 29th
Discounts!! Door Crashers!! Refreshments!!
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101.5 Princess Ave. 726-0030
In loving memory ot Harry F. Tiller, who passed away June 26, 2000. When thoughts go back As they often do,
We treasure the memories We have of you This day is remembered And quietly kept,
No words are needed.
We shall never forget.
You are always near,
Still loved, still missed And very dear.
~ Lovingly remembered by wife, Gladys and children, Sharon, Bob, Donna, Mike, Katherine, Bobby and Cory.
Judith and Hillar Treffner (nee Shelvey) of Sidney, Australia, thank God for the safe arrival of their precious, first born daughter. Amelia Rose on June 20, 2002 She weighed in at 7 pounds, 11 ounces and measured 20 inches. Proud grandparents are Rev and Mrs. Ernest Shelvey of Rivers, Manitoba and Mr. and Mrs. Erik Treffner of Vancouver, BC. Great grandmother Eva Shelvey of Brandon, Manitoba.
PUBLIC NOTICE RIVERVIEW WARD MEETING
Please take notice that a Riverview Ward Meeting will take place as follows: Date: Wed.. June 26, 2002
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Location: Last End
Community (.'entre Park Street &
V ictoria Avenue The following items will be discussed at the meeting:
(2) changes to the Transit System; and
(3) an update regarding the Keystone Centre
Representatives from ('its Administration and above noted boards will be in attendance. Please plan to attend if you have any questions, concerns or comments w ith respect to the above issues or any other matters of interest.
Councillor Errol Black RIVLRVTKW WAKI) NO. 9
Monday thru Saturday Lunch until 4:30 p.m.
6 oz. Steak Sandwich - %4V9 Friday & Saturday K oz. Sirloin Steak
6 Lobster - * I 1,5
Sunday 11:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Roast Turkey Dinner with pumpkin pie — ‘6““ Hehind Lakeview Inns A SuiI
(Ain’t she sweet?)
WELL, WELL, LOOK WHO'S FORTY!
How did this happen??
OLA - Love your big sis
HAPPY 40th JO ANN ~
~ From your younger, prettier, richer brother in Wyoming
P.S. Mom loves me Best!!
MIDNIGHT BBG - Saturday, June 29,
Rosser Ave & 8th St., 12 a m. to 3 a rn. 2002. Organized by StreetLove Outreach downtown Brandon. Pastor: Henry & Choice Idonije 726-8492. You are invited
Brandon Friendship Centre
Thursday and Saturday Afternoons
Door Open: 12:30 p.m.
Early Bird: 1:30 p.m. Regular Gamins; 2:00 p.m.
Proceeds to Amateur Sports Everyone Welcome! Upstairs - 836 Lome Ave.
Royal Canadian Legion Branch No. 3 560 - 13th Street East
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Doors Open 5:45 p.m. Early Bird Games 7:00 p.m. Regular Games 7:30 p.m.
Loonie Pot $162 649 Pot $500 in 50 #’s Lucky 7 Jackpot $286 Extra Jackpot $316 BONANZA $1,500 in 50 #’s $1,200 in 51 #*s $1,000 in 52 Vs $800 in 53 #’s $500 in 54 #’s $200 TO GO NE VADAS!
License No 397BI and NLC73
* Saturday evening dances iii our chi I)room for members ami guests.
BANQUET HALL RENTAL Weddings. Anniversaries. Craft Sales Auctions, etc.
All Inquiries 728-^>026
Prairie Oasis Bingo
241 - 8th Street Monday Afternoon Bingo
Card Sales Start 12:30 p.m. Early Birds 1:15 p.m. Regular Games 1:45 p.m.
Jackpot $250 in SO nos. or less $150 m 51 nos.
$100 in 52 numbers Consolation $50 15 Regular Games • Bonanza • Lucky 7 • Mini Loonie Monday and Thursday Evenings Doors Open 5 p.m.
Share the Wealth 6 p.m.
Early Birds 6:45 p.m Regular Games 7:30 p.m. Jackpot $1,000 :n 52 nos. or less $750 in 53 numbers $500 in 54 numbers $200 to go 18 Regular Games • Bonanza •Lucky 7 “Y” Accumulator
License No 2617BI, BO
Canadian Red Cross Croix-Rouge canadienne RED CROSS
Elks Hall, 1740-18th Street N.
Doors Open 6:00 p m Early Birds — 7:00 p.m. Regular Game — /:30 p.m.
Looney - $119 Lucky / - $764
Red Cross - $42 Dtte Action $716
Golf Par 4 - 50% of Sales Jackpot • $2,981 Combined Bonanza - $9,058
Motorcycle jacket, reward. 727-4339.
NEXEN CHEMICALS invites you to attend their Expansion Ceremony & Open House on June 27, 2002 Official ceremonies begin at 11:00 a m. followed by a free beef on a bun lunch. Tours of the newly expanded facility will be available until 3:30 p m Please wear flat shoes (no high heels or open toes) for the tour. Unfortunately we cannot include children under the age of 12 Nexen Chemicals is located 4 miles east of 17th Street East on Richmond Avenue
FOUND: Medium sized black female
older dog in Grand Valley area on Sunday, June 23. Call 728-1166 to claim
FOUND IN DELORAINE: Keys & Remote Starter for a Honda Can be picked up at Prairie Moments Flower Shop, 747-3640
FOUND: 6 TOED ORANGE 4~WHITE
male kitten, in Princess Avenue, Hurl’s Food Mart area Phone 729-8726
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