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Brandon Sun (Newspaper) - June 26, 2002, Brandon, Manitoba B8 BRANDON SUN. Wednesday, June 26. 2002 616 Marine 650    Travel Trailers For Sale 684 Garage Sales 747 Tenders 805 Tenders TST 2000 Windstar LX, immaculate. 5-door, loaded, only 40,000 k. warranty, 3.8L, keyless entry, anti theft, CD, safetied, trades considered Brinkworth Auto, 728-6597 1997 Chev Astro extended van, 4 3 litre, 6-cylinder, clean, safetied, $7,850. 855-2217 or 851-0116 1995 PLYMOUTH VOYAGER, V/6, auto matic, safetied, 146,000 kms, loaded, command start. $5,800. Call 571-6231. 1994 PLYMOUTH VAN, V/6, automatic^ safetied, excellent condition. Asking $4,900. Phone 726-5106. 1993 WHITE GMO SAFARI, 7 passenger, safetied. $6,300 OBO. Call 727-6163. 1989 3/4 ton Chevy Van, Van Decor conversion, 85,000 original kms, mint condition. Call 728-1313 I fi RI NE** LE I SCI RE 2030 Park Ave. 727-1151 Paddle Boats from *595 12' Fishing Boats from *1,595 See Dealer For Details. OLDER 16' trailer, fridge, stove, air conditioning, toilet, new tires, recently reconditioned, $1,650 OBO. Phone 727-4247. DUTCHMEN LITE - 26’ 2000 model, fully loaded including more than $1,600 in extras, asking $19,000. Call 728-7650. TRAVELAIRE Lowlite 18.5ft. 5th wheel, awning, fridge, stove, bathroom, new rubber, good condition. 728-2711. Motorcycles 660 1989 GMC Safari van, new tires and battery, safetied, air, cruise, asking $4,000. Phone 728-4999. 1988 CHEV Astro Van 4.3L, automatic, 163,000 kms, good condition, 40,000 k on rebuilt engine. Safetied. $4800. 727-0069. 620 Farm Tractors 8N FORD, with 3 point blade, P.T.O. good condition, asking $2,350. Phone 728-1861. Farm implements 622 1977 International 3200 Skidsteer. buckets & fork, asking $3,500 OBO. Good condition. Phone 724-6689 or 763-8715. FARM KING 6' ROTARY MOWER. 3 PT, very good, $1,350; Farm King 6’ finishing mower, 3 PT, $1,150; Massey 65 tractor, 3 PT, loaded, diesel. $5,500. 526-2724. DUGOUT SPECIAL, 165x65x15, $1,800 (PFRA eligible), 110x65x10 $1,100. Dugout clean out, $600 (most sizes). Call Kelly Doherty, 724-4521. 2000 YAMAHA XT225, 39,179 kms, only been rode for 1 season, still like brand new. $4,000 firm. 328-5310. 1982 GS 650L Suzuki, windshield, new seat cover, 2 helmets. $800 firm. Phone 726-1142. 1980 Yamaha XS1100 low kms, saddle bags and trunk, full ferring, $1,800. Phone 204-724-2489 1979 YAMAHA GT 80 DIRT BIKE, very good condition. $800 OBO. Phone 725-4382 or 727-8110. 4th ANNUAL WESTMAN BIKE FEST for Westman Dreams For Kids, July 12 & 13, Ox'n Cart Campground, Oak Lake, MB. Live bands, camping, poker run, BBQ dinner. Info, call Chris, (204) 761-3888. FOR SALE - 1985 SUZUKI RM 125, $1,500. Phone Mark, 571-0607. Motorhomes For Sale 688 1999 29' SHASTA, V/10 ENGINE, generator, air, awning, rear bedroom (queen bed), sleeps 6, excellent condition, 45,600 kms, $54,300, warranty. Phone 727-3676. 1980 Chev Coachman motorhome, sleeps 6, fridge, stove, furnace, roof air, new tires, very nice condition, low mileage, $11,000. 759-2177 days, Romain LAWN SALE It’s 2 good one! Everything from appliances to tires, books, clothing, toys, picture frames & much, much more. Thursday, June 27, 10 a.m. -8 p.m. 439 Kirkcaldy Drive. 1150-19th STREET, Thursday & Friday, 10-4. Ceiling and floor tiles, microwave, collectibles, furniture, books, 8 track tapes and much more! 4~FAMILY YARD SALE - Lots of tools, china, ornaments, kids miscellaneous, etc. Wed & Thurs. 9-5. 1324-3rd Street. HUGE 26 FAMILY YARD SALE Cancel-led if rain. Thurs. & Fri. June 27-28. Large variety of things. 10 a m. 860 - 9th Street. Flea Markets 755 1973 24’ CLASS A TRIPLE E motorhome. Low mileage, 2 way fridge, stove, oven, furnace, large bathroom, good tires, ready to go. $7,000. Call 748-6088. Auction Sales 740 BRANDON HILLS FLEA MARKET - Sunday, June 30, 10 a.rn.-3 p.m. 11 1/2 miles south of Brandon. Numerous displayed, collectibles, yard sale items. More information call Bev 728-6142. All Terrain Vehicles 664 Stock/Utility Trailers 624 1994 SUZUKI RM250 DIRT BIKE, lots of performance parts, $3,500 OBO. Phone 859-2517. 1989 YZ250, good running condition, asking $1,200 OBO. Phone 204-571-1826. 2 HORSE BUMPER HITCH TRAILER, 6' 6”, rubber floor mats, excellent condition. Phone 728-3260. ATV TRAILER, ideal for farm and garden, 3 1/2x41/2’, 10" sides, all steel, new condition, $450. Call 204-827-2780. Campers For Sale UNRESERVED AUCTION for Robert & Margaret Allison of Elkhorn MB, & Alice Willmott of Douglas, MB, Thursday, June 27, Riverview Curling Club, 420 Maryland Ave., Brandon, MB. Sale starts 5:30 p.m. Preview 3:00 p.m. Large clean sale with appliances, furniture, tools, household, antique furniture plus other antiques & collectibles. The Allison's are moving into senior housing and Alice Willmott is 96 and is in a personal care home. Complete listing & photos on our website or we can fax you a sale bill. Terms: cash or cheque. Lunch available. WIENS AUCTION & APPRAISALS, Brandon, Manitoba. 204-725-1411. Fax: 725-4450. Toll free: 1-877-825-5029. www wiensauctions.com UNRESERVED AUCTION Sat. June 29, 10:00 a m. 2 miles east on #1 Highway Virden. Rototiller; Ariens riding mower; Husquavarna chain saw; garden tools; shop tools; cream can; old pictures old frames; bench saw; annex wood stove; lawnmower; office, filing cabinet, desk; 300 gallon fuel tank & more. Cherns Auction Service 204-799-5392, 204-748-2527. Tenders 805 1987 espre 5th wheel camper, air, Garage Sales awning, forced air furnace, 2 way fridge, ;...............  —.................. good condition. $9,000 OBO. 634-2424. “hT Marine 650 15 1/2’ ANCHOR fibreglass boat, 50-h.p. Mercury, trim, 2 tanks, Caulkins trailer, $2,500 FIRM. Call 725-3735. 15’ OPEN BOW Anchor tri-hull with 60 h.p. motor & Caulkin trailer. Very good condition. $2,500. 727-8386 or 728-1949. 14’ Anchor Fiberglass boat, 40-h.p. Mercury, electric start, tilt trailer, seats need to be recovered, $1,200 OBO or trade for a Skidoo of equal value. 726-0459. 14' VANGUARD FIBERGLASS BOAT, 40-h.p. Evinrude, electric start, Calkins trailer. $1,400 includes skis, rope, jackets. Phone 683-2334 after 6 151/2’ Tri-Hull, open bow, 50-h.p. Mercury motor, full canopy, split windshield, asking $2,000 OBO. Phone 725-3499. 1984 BAYLINER 2150 WITH CUDDY~ barbecue, toilet, 305 Volvo. Lots of extras. LCR finder. Open to offers. 726-3947. 6-H.P. VIKING, $225 Phone 728-4637, Monday-Thursday after 5 p.m. 1987 Starcraft Camper, sleeps 6, ice box, 2 burner stove, sink, hydro, mint condition, $2,900 OBO 724-2499. 725-3206 1985 STARCRAFT. $1,300 725-2952 Travel Trailers For Sale    684 1995 34’ Jayco Trailer, bumper hitch, slide out, double frame. Queen size bed. sleeps 4, air/fumace. mint condition. Call 728-9065 or weekends 1-204-729-5662. 1991 Dutchman 26’ 5th wheel, mic, 3 way fridge/stove, tub/shower, toilet, sleeps 6. View in Clear Lake. 1-306-783-1262. 1978 Edson trailer, sleeps 6, fridge, oven/stove, furnace, equalizer hitch, lots of storage. Phone 727-7812. 1977 20’ COACHMAN, sleeps 6, furnace, fridge, stove, oven, bath, canopy, tandem axle, equalizer hitch, $5,900. 726-8644. 1977 23 1/2’ Travel Trailer, fully equipped, good shape. 728-6725, 728-1840. 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. BAG SALE June 24 - 28 Clothing, purses and shoes - $5/bag. MCC THRIFT STORE 414 Pacific Avenue (Closed Saturdays) MOVING sale - June 28, 10-9. 2 1/2 miles past airport on #10 North (west side). Next to Motorcycle Exchange. Fridges, stoves, bikes, kitchenware, dishes, antique icebox, 2 wheel trailer water tanks, 8” radial arm saw, 3 point sickle mower, 2 man sport tube, dishes, miscellaneous furniture, tools, insulated dog houses. YARD SALE - HIO 1st ST. Thurs., June 27, 3 p.m. - 9 p.m. Fri., June 28, 9 a.m. - 9 p.m. Household items, Christmas lights & decorations, ladies plus clothing, men’s sweaters. Parking in Backland THURS., AND FRI., JUNE 27 AND 28, 1532 Patricia Avenue. 10-4. Adult 3 wheel bike, child's bike, car bike carrier, golf clubs, humidifier, Dirt Devil vacuum, clothing, kitchen, items & miscellaneous. GARAGE SALE - 608-25th STREET, Wednesday, June 26, and Thursday, June 27, 9:00 a m. to 4:00 p.m. <8* 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 I l:(X) a.m., prevailing Brandon time on: July 12, 2002 for the following works: The construction of a 200,000 litre in ground reinforced concrete water reservoir, pump-house. process piping, mechanical equipment, electrical and associated works in the Community of Sperling in the Rural Municipality of Morris MARKED M.W.S.B. No. 756 Rural Municipality of Morris Sperling Reservoir. Pumphouse, Mechanical and Electrical Tenders will be publicly opened and read al 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 June 27. 2(X)2 al 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 (I) the submission of a bona fide lender or (2) the return of the tender documents within seven (7) days after tender closing. The lowest or any tender may not necessarily be accepted. INVITATION TO BID ROOF REPLACEMENT TO NEEPAWA COLLEGIATE - PHASE III for the Beautiful Plains School Division No 31, Neepawa. Manitoba Sealed bids for Roof Replacement to Neepawa Collegiate - Phase III will be received at the office of LM Architectural Group before 12:00:00 p.m. local time as designated by the clock on the switchboard at the reception desk, on Wednesday, July 10, 2002 The project consists of the removal ol approximately 8,210 sq.ft. of existing (flat 4 ply built up) roof and replacement with a wood frame insulated sloped standing seam metal roof system c/w prefinished steel fascia, gable end cladding, gutters and downspouts. In addition, work to include approximately 460 sq.ft of metal roof work a HM Kellington School in Neepawa, MB Documents are available on Wednesday. June 26, 2002 from LM Architectural Group, 300 - 290 Vaughan Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Phone. (204) 942-0681; Fax (204) 943-8676 (Document Deposit: $5000 certified cheque) All other bidders may view documents at Condata, CMD Building Reports, Winnipeg Construction Association, and Construction Association of Rural Manitoba Inc., Brandon, Manitoba Each bid must be accompanied by a Bid Bond taken out with an approved Bonding Company in the amount of 10% of the submitted bid The successful bidder will be required to furnish an approved surety company Performance Bond tor 50% of the contract price upon signing the contract The Owner reserves the right to reject any or all bids received The lowest or any hid not necessarily accepted UTI LIVI ARCHITECTURAL GROUP ARCHITECTS PLANNERS INTERIOR DESIGNERS 300 - 290 VAUGHAN ST WINNIPEG, MANITOBA R3B 2L9 PH (204) 942-0681 FAX (204) 943-8676 Classifieds pay! SPEED MHF tm ttttttm utmtm STYLE ^ -rn 101 Rosser Ave. 725-3864 If you don't vsee it, we eau get it!!! • alloy wheels • RACTIVE • intakes • stainless steel mufflers • Erebuni shogun body kits • JSP spoilers • neon underear lighting Come down and see us between: Mon-Fri 11-7 Sat 12-6 Coif Scramble 2002 Accused terrorist won’t fight extradition By Brian Daly Canadian Press MONTREAL — An Algerian man with alleged links to a plot to blow up the U.S. embassy in Paris told a court yesterday he won’t fight a request for his extradition to the Netherlands. Court documents identified the man as Amine Mezbar, a resident of Canada smce April 2000. He was known in previous news reports as Adel Tobbichi, which Dutch authorities have called an alias. Mezbar, aged 34 according to Dutch court documents, showed little emotion as he waived his right to an extradition hearing, meaning he could be handed over to the Dutch following a review by a Quebec judge. “(If he waives extradition) he’s then subject to being sent to the Netherlands as quickly as the Netherlands can get personnel over here to take custody of him,” said James Brunton, a lawyer for the Canadian government. Dutch prosecutors have charged Mezbar with several counts, including conspiracy to detonate an explosive, conspiracy to commit murder and stealing and falsifying passports. Also charged in the Netherlands in connection with the plot are Jerome Courtailler, 27, of France, Abdelgham Rabia, 30, of Algeria, Saad Ibrahim, 23, of Eritrea and Algerian Rachid Ahmed Zouaoui, 44. The Dutch say the men are all linked to Osama bin Laden’s al-Qaida terrorist network. French investigators said the group planned to blow up the American embassy in Paris this spring, with Tunisian Adel Traboulsi slated to be the suicide bomber. The group was also allegedly planning to attack NATO targets in Belgium. The alleged Paris plot was foiled when police in four coun tues launched raids after the Sept. ll attacks. NDP, Tories gag Manitoba Grit WINNIPEG — The lone Liberal in the Manitoba legislature is keeping silent, but not by choice. Both the NDP government and the Opposition Conservatives have prevented Liberal Leader Jon Gerrard from responding to ministerial statements in the house for almost a month. Because he is the sole Liberal in the house and therefore not an official party, Gerrard needs to ask leave to speak on ministerial statements. Either official party can choose to deny him that right and they have done so — six times since June 13 and twice before that. Gerrard, who is still able to ask one question during question period and debate bills, finds the situation amusing. “The NDP seem to be upset with me over something now and it was the Tories the week before,” he said, shaking his head and chuckling. “I think it’s a little bit of pettiness on both their parts.” He said he didn’t know, nor care, what he had done to irk either. In mid-May, Gerrard criticized the Tories for their spending habits when they were in government and for their agreement to pass a bill removing the statute of limitations on child sexual abuse. On May 27, Gerrard voted for the bill and commented that it didn’t accurately reflect the reality of residential schools. He was chastised by both parties for his comments, and on May 28, the Tories began denying him leave to speak. The next ministerial statement came on June IO, and the Tories denied Gerrard leave to speak again.    —Canadian Press O0/o no payments sn FOR 90 DAYS PORCHAS? 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The regulatory authority ordered all amphibious tour operations halted Monday while officials conducted the emergency inspections and accident investigators descended on the site where four died. But by late yesterday companies in Halifax, Montreal, Kingston, Ont., Toronto, Victoria and Kelowna, B.C., had either resumed or been cleared to resume tours, said Transport Canada spokesman Peter Coyles. “There have been some changes ordered to these vehicles” as a result of the inspections, said Coyles. “We verified the watertight integrity of the hulls.” He said Transport Canada inspectors visually inspected the vessels’ buoyancy tanks and examined the welds in the hulls, all navigation and safety equipment and hull fittings such as propeller shafts. “Safety is a shared responsibility,” said Coyles. “Everybody has a role to play, from operators through to the regulatory authority.” — Canadian Press That all may read... CNIB’s nationwide campaign for digital library services Forest fire forees evaeuation in northern Saskatehewan TURNOR LAKE, Sask. — A blazing forest fire has forced more than 350 people from the tiny aboriginal communities of Tumor Lake and Birch Narrows in northern Saskatchewan. Flames approached within metres of the villages located about 600 kilometres northwest of Saskatoon yesterday. “It was very, very smoky in the community,” said Earl Greyeyes of the provincial fire centre. “Winds from the west actually just helped fuel the fire. They pushed it along towards the community.” Evacuations began Monday afternoon as children, the elderly, and those with respirator)' problems such as asthma were taken to nearby Buffalo Narrows, La Loche and Meadow Lake. The rest of the people in the communities were evacuated yesterday morning. Greyeyes said the fire has already consumed more than 200 square kilometres of timber. RCMP Sgt. Gord Wellar said no one is in danger and the fire appears to have skirted the communities last night. — Canadian Press Bank on Books for the Blind You can help to build one of the largest specialized library collections in the world The Goals: • Improve the production time of alternate format materials • Expand the collection to more than 120,000 titles • Create the world’s first Internet portal for the blind • House one of the country’s largest audio archives Visit your nearest financial institution before June 3()th to Bank on Books for the Blind. Please give generously. The Canadian National Institute for the Blind ;