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Brandon Sun (Newspaper) - June 27, 2002, Brandon, Manitoba —    ■    —    —       —.....      -     —..................—.........    —............. .. dp* CT TP RI Aire* A DCAB B I TP CB    EDC Cl    For as ,ow as $28.08 prepaid. Offer valid on all private BUI rn UH I 9| yE I    rn    #%B9VIhU    I    Ell ■ ■KBE* party "For Sale" categories. Call 571-7400 for details.ON THE NET — lf your word ad is in this paper, it’s also on the Internet. Visit us at Obituaries r i Obituaries 01 Graduations -- - 41 Personals 94 Skilled Help Wanted 105 General Help Wanted 115 BUDZINSKI: Dora (Domna) Budzinski (nee Marchuk). May 17, 1901 - June 21. 2002 Dora (Domna) Budzinski (nee March uk) was born in Insinger, SK, May 17, 1901. She was the last surviving member of 11 Marchuk children bom to Lewonky Marchuk and Anastasia Lapa-schuk, Ukrainian immigrants from Kiev, Ukraine. She was married Feb. 25, 1919 to George Budzinski also from lnsinger area. They homesteaded in Insinger until 1941, then moved to Elphinstone, Manitoba, where they farmed until 1949, then moved to Oak Lake, Manitoba, fanned 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 Bodnarchuk in 1996 and Nettie Godenir in 2002. Also granddaughter Charlene Bodnarchuk in 1960 and greatgrandson Bobby Henson in 1992. She is survived b> daugh ters Kay Budzinski of Winnipeg and Elsie Witteveen ut St Mary’s. Ontario and one daugh ter-in-law Mary Budzinski ot Winnipeg There are also 12 grandchildren, 29 great-grandchildren and four great-great-giandchildren. Prayers will be held on Thursday, June 27, 2001 at 7:00 p.m. al Chapel Lawn Funeral Home. Funeral sci vice 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 Re ception Centre. Pallbeareis will be Dora’s grandsons. An auge -ments entrusted to: Chapel Lawn Funeral Home Cemetery and Crematorium 204-885-9715. EDGERTON:    Evelyn    Celia. 83 years old, beloved wife ol the late Cliff Edgerton, died in the Brandon Regional Health Centre on Wednesday, June 26, 2002 Funeral service will be held from St. Paul’s United Church, Souris, Manitoba on Saturday, June 29. 2002 al 2:00 p.m. Interment in the Souris & Glenwood Cemetery. In memory of Evelyn, donations may be made to the Arthritis Society or to a chanty of youi choice. Ko waichuk's Funeral Home. Sou ris, Manitoba in caic ol arrange ments. GRAY: Mabel Gray, beloved wife of Dan Gray and mother of Laurie Gray, of Sinclair, Main tuba. passed away at WestMan Nursing Home, Virden, Manitoba oil Monday, June 24, 2002 at the age of 71 years. Funeral service will be held lroin Reston United Church, Reston, Manitoba on Friday, June 28, 2002 at 2:00 p.m. with Heather Sandi-lands officiating. Interment will be in Sinclair Cemetery, lf friends so desire, memorial tributes may be made to WestMan Nursing Home Remembrance Fund oi Sinclair Cemetery Care Fund iii memory of Mabel. G. R. Carscadden Funeral Chapel Ltd. Virden, Manitoba in care of arrangements. GUNNING: ll is with oui deep est sorrow that we announce the passing of oui beloved husband lather and grandfather James (Jim) William Gunning who left our lives suddenly on June 25, 2002 at Rivers Health Centre, in Rivers, Manitoba. Jim is sui vived by his loving wife. Helga. daughters. Janet (Jake), Challie (Nelson) and his seven-year-old grandson, Keith Gunning. He a1 so leaves behind his sisters, Patricia, Colleen (Bill) Ward and their children. Jim was raised in Winnipeg by his grandparents Jessie and William Teeple and his aunt and uncle Jim and Sandy Sandburg and their children Shirley and Bobby Sandburg. Jim will be sadly missed by his family and friends, who knew him for his love, friendship and keen sense of humor. The ceremony to remember Jim's life will be held at Memories Chapel, 330 - 18th Street North. Brandon, on Friday, June 28, 2002, at 4:00 p m Rev David Wilson will of ficiate. Friends who wish may make a donation in memory of Jim to the Heart & Stroke Foun dation of Manitoba, 230    42 McTavish Avenue East, Brandon, Manitoba, R7A 2B2. Ai rangements are with Memories C hapel & Pre-Planning Centre, 727-0330. LAMB: The memorial and interment service for Charles Lamb will be held at Tarbolton Church on Sunday, June 30 at 2:00 p.m. Memorial donations may be sent to Tarbolton Cemetery Fund, c/o Barrie Cochrane, Alexander, Manitoba, ROK 0A0. MADDEN:    Lillian Jean Madden passed away Sunday, June 23, 2002 at the Assiniboine Centre atter a long illness, SIK was born Lillian Kalyniak on December 19, 1938 in Russell. Manitoba to Ted and Rose Kalyniak Her early years were spent in the country near Leo nard, 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 pu/ zles, and logic problems She taught herself how to sew. up holster furniture and refinish basements. Lillian was very skit led al crocheting fine thread dol lies and afghans and also loved to spend time gardening and cating for her plants, bird watching stargazing and traveling through Canada and the United States. Lil is survived by her husband Leo, of Brandon, her daughtei Leeanne and son-in-law Matthew Nowak, of Great Falls, Montana, her son Elliot Madden of Calgary, and her brother l^eon 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 flowers, please consider donations to the Canadian Cancel Society 4Is 1st Street, Brandon. Manitoba, I R7A 2W8. Messages of condolence may be placed at Ar-! rangements are in care of Brookie Donovan, 727-0694. In Memoriains 10 YAROMY In loving memory of our father Michael who passed away June 27, 1962 From this world of griot and sorrow, To the land of peace and rest, god has taken you Home, Father, Where there Is everlasting iest ~ Ever remembered by daughters Rose and Anne of B.C., Helen and Mary and son Joe of Winnipeg, MB. Graduations 41 it your road should take a turn, we will be proud of you no matter what you choose. Als. congratulations for landing the job with Parks Canada this summer in Prescott, Ontario at Fort Wellington National Historic Site. Your involvement with Brandon Conservatory Chorale, Student Council, school sports, school band, figure skating, Western Youth Choir, St. Paul's United Church Choir, The Plum, Drama, and volunteering for many events has made you the responsible, loving, caring and compassionate person that you are today. We are thankful to the many people, like the teachers, Elizabeth Grant, Bit and Louise Lawson, Chris and Glenda McConnell, Peggy McLeod, Mary Ann Carlisle, Averil Whitfield, Nicole’s young skaters, The Tensome, family, friends, and neighbors, that are responsible for helping make you the person you are today! We are also thankful to my mother, who was a big part in Nicole’s life especially during a hard time in Nicole’s young lite. The sprinkle of rain we received on hei graduation day, was a sign that her Grandma Good, her guardian angel, was watching over her and would be very proud of her. We love you very much daughter!” Love Mom, Dad, Jordan and Theron Coming Events 80 It's our 4th Anniversary! Come Help Us Celebrate June 27, 28 & 29th Discounts!! Dooi Crashers!! Refiesnmtnts!! y Store LWSW Gift & Party Store ion Princess Ave. 726-0030 COME to Souris & ride “THE BARGE”, approximately a one hour cruise, with full commentary. Leave from the Boat Dock in Victoria Park - Weekdays at 2 p.m. & 3 p.m plus 2 p.m., 3 p.m. & 7 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday for July & August. Group bookings for family reunions, birthdays, anniversaries etc. Call 204-483-2838 Fully wheelchair accessible. MIDnIghTbBQ - Saturday, June 29, Rosser Ave. & 8th St., 12 a.m. to 3 a.m. 2002 Organized by StreetLove Outreach downtown Brandon. Pastor: Henry & Choice Idomje. 726-8492 You are invited Notic AC CO 65 uOtS your partner physically hurt you in any way? Play mind games or put you down with words? Have you been a victim of sexual assault? Confidential help is available 24 hours a day. Call Y W C A. Westman Women’s Shelter, 727-3644 or toll free 1-800-862-2727. 68 SOUTHWEST REGIONAL ME I IS CENTRE MIW© Every Thursday Night (DOORS OPEN 6001> M) 656-6th St. Thursdayy June 27 bonanza Bonus $10,550 in 52 nos. Triangle $850 in 41 nos. Bingo Hall 725-1946 I .aclu i. No.    Nevada    No.    853BO ELKS GINGO Elks Hall -16th St North Every Thursday Early Birds 7 30 Early Bird Accumulator: $5000 I.inky 7 Accumulator. $1521 in 20 nos M im Iamjiiic; $509 ill 25 nos. Pot of Gold Bonanza: over $9,400 iii 52 nos. it not won on Wednesday I conic Pot: $186 Y Accumulator $847 Lost 70 Motorcycle jacket, reward. 727-4339. Found 75 Find-a-Friend 90 Adult Personals 91 NIGHT CALLS, get connected instantly to party girls with no rules! Call toll free 1-800-799-0117. 18 plus “CONORA TULA TIONS NICOLE KOWALSE AFOOT on graduating with Distinction!’' We ate so proud of you and of all that you have accomplished! Congratulations on receiving the Morley Fallis Bursary and the University of Winnipeg Entrance Scholarship. Your plans of becoming a Pediatric Doctor make us very proud, but Personals 94 Brandon’s Coolest Party Line Dial: 72-Party Ads * Jokes • Stones & More1 Free local calls • Ladies R Free, 18+ Fully automated • Totally interactive OVERWEIGHT? Genetic RESEARCH, shows deficiency in specific enzymes! Miraculous discovery! More info 24 hours, 1-866-211-9276. OO YOU OR A FAMILY MEMBER have a problem with alcohol? lf so, call Alcoholics Anonymous at 571-3684. Licenced Family Day Care 96 A.M. SPACES for fall, kinder, pre-school, infant. Linden Lanes. Kathy, 729-9072. Family Daycare 97 WEST END FAMILY DAYCARE - non smoking home. Full & part-time welcome. Call 725-3179. MOTHER of two willing to babysit for the summer, Kirkcaldy area. Call 726-5900. SlledHelp^Wanted    105 IT ^ovtheNa„Wi^ ‘    Oifate /lodge Employment Opportunity The Dakota Oyate Lodge invites applications for the position of DIRECTOR OF ADMINISTRATION This is a 26 bed personal care home aluatfcd on the Sioux Valley Dakota Nation (approx. 30 min utes west of Brandon, MB). The Administrator shall be respon sible for the overall operation of the facility on a daily basis QUALIFICATIONS: Education and Training: • Extensive Administrative/ Executive Management training and experience. • Background in governmental funding process • Dispute Resolution Training • Public Relations Training Experience: • 5 years minimum experience in management with at least 2 years of supervisory experience • Demonstrated ability in administration, ie. Staffing, program development and planning, evaluating personnel, teaching, financial management and delegation • Must have excellent organizational ability. Salary based upon experience and qualifications. Application deadline: July 6, 2002 @ 16:00 A detailed Job Description is available upon request. (204) 855-2354 A Criminal Record Check will be requested of the successful applicant. Please submit applications in writing to: Dakota Oyate Lodge Box 127 Griswold, Manitoba ROM OSO FOUND: Medium sized black female ade) dog in Grand Valley area on Sunday, June 23. Call 728-1166 to claim. FOUND InTjELORAINE: Keys & Remote Starter for a Honda. Can be picked up at Prairie Moments Flower Shop, 747-3640 FOUNOTi TOED ORANGE TlwHTri male kitten, in Princess Avenue, Hurl’s Food Mart area. Phone 729-8/26. CLASS 1 DRIVERS VM TRANSPORT ts offering a great opportunity to work/travel throughout Canada/US Excellent pay rate Sign up bonus and incentive I -800-215-8141 or 867-5436 BOOKKEEPER/ACCOUNTANT full-time permanent position exists in small Brandon firm with multi branches. Must be computer literate and fully familiar and experienced with ACC PAC and computerized payroll. Must be competent with month end and year end functions. Send resume to: Box 03198, c/o Brandon Sun, 501 Rosser Ave., Brandon, MB, R7A 0K4. CROCUS~DENTAL CENTRE is seeking a friendly, team spirited Phase ll Dental Assistant to work Mon. - Fri. in our general practice. Priority will be placed on people skills. Please forward your professional resume to: CDC, 708-18th Street, Blandon, MB, R7A 5B5 or fax 204-727-1340. ELECTRICAL POSITIONS AVAILABLE Journeyman & apprentices. Commercial and industrial experience an asset. Competitive wages. Send reply to: Box 04141, do Brandon Sun, 501 Rosser Avenue, Brandon, MB, R7A 0K4. RAZZAMATAZZ DANCE CLUB is receiv ing tenders for the position of Dance Instructor to teach, tap, jazz, and/or ballet for the 2002/2003 season. Submit applications to: Razzamatazz Dance Club, Box 866, Rivers, MB ROK 1X0 by July 19/02. CHEF/COOK required immediately by full service hotel in Shoal Lake. Excellent working conditions, competitive wages & excellent living standards. Call Mark 204-759-2401 or fax resume to 204-759-2232. RAINBOW EAVESTROUGHING now ac-cepting applications for employment No phone calls. Drop off or mail resumes to 504 Grandview Street, Brandon, R/A 7L2. General Help Wanted 115 WANTED $$$ _ $$$ The Brandon Sun is looking for future Newspaper Carriers in CARBERRY, MB This is an excellent opportunity for a young person to learn the fundamentals of a small business while earning some money. This is also an excellent opportunity for an older person to earn extra money in their spare time. lf you are interested or know of someone that might be interested please call the Brandon Sun at: 1-877-786-2472 or 571-7427 BRANDON Cs SUN R.M. OF CORNWALLIS - Administrative Assistant, permanent, part-time. The Rural Municipality ot Cornwallis is inviting applications tor a part-time (22.5 hours per week) Administrative Assistant The sue cessful applicant must possess computer skills with a proficiency in Microsoft Word. have general office experience, axe ellen, public relations skills and the ability to work cooperatively and independently in a small office setting, experience in a local government office is a definite asset, interested poisons can obtain a copy of the job description from the Municipality's administrative office located one mile east of First Street (Brandon) on PR457. Persons interested in this position are invited to submit a written application and a typed resume, tnciuuing references and wage expectations by 2:00 p.m. July 3, 2002, to Rural Municipality of Cornwallis Site 500, Box 10, R R 5, Brandon MB R7A 5Y5 HAIR CUTTER REQUIRED tor Shilo Barber Shop Apply to 705-24th Street or call 728-0068, leave message Royal®, requires SERVERS & PART-TIME SUPERVISORS Must be energetic, outgoing, willing to work days, evenings weekends. Rick up applications ar front desk 3130 Victoria Avenue TO THE KIND LADY among the plates & cups in Canadian Tire on Saturday afternoon, June 8, I apologize and thank you. Please contact box 04140, do The Brandon Sun 501 Rosser Avenue Brandon, MB, R7A 0K4 LIVE XXX GIRLS! 1-900-561-6397. $2 99 per minute 18 plus. WANTED 29 people to get paid $$dollars to lose weight All natural. 1-866-874-9887 Are YOU making what your worth? Interested? Call 1-866-874 9887. BRANDON SUN NEWSPAPERS IN EDUC ATION THANKYOU The Brandon Sun would like to thank this year’s Newspapers in Education sponsors. Your support made this program possible. We look forward to working with you for the 2002-2003 school year nnvAn I1 WAC! I I v illi i    ii I nill!] DO you want to earn a few extra dollars? lf so, this position may be for you. We are requiring a casual person for a self-storage office. Must be dependable to work upon short notice; computer skills and sales skills an asset; courteous telephone manner; must be able to work weekends and possible holidays; general office experience preferred; mature person only apply. Please drop off, mail or fax your resume, do Trans Can Mini-Stor Brandon Ltd., 355 Park Avenue East, Brandon, Manitoba, R7A 7A5. Fax: 204-727-7672. Email address: [email protected] No phone calls please. The KUV_ Inn Sr Suites requires LINE COOKS Applications can be picked up at the front desk 3130 Victoria Avenue THE RUSSELL INN HOTEL AND Conference Centre is accepting applications for the position of Cook. Duties to include line cooking, prep, banquet cooking and general food safe procedures. We offer $8.00/hour to start. Free accommodations for first month, full benefit package that includes pension, dental and extended health. Interested applicants can call 1-800-665-0678 of fax resume to (204) 773-2175, attention Willie Pont, Food and Beverage Manager INTERESTED 7n WORK IN CT NIGHTS? Johnson's Commercial and Industrial Services has two full-time cleaning positions available for tne night shift Previous cleaning experience preferred, but will train the right individual. Driver’s license is required. Forward lesumes to. JCI, 381A Park Avenue East Brandon MB R7A 7A5, attention Rob EMPLOYMENT OPPERTUNITY Position: Activity Worker - maternity leave, Term: 1 year, Hours of work: 40 hours per week. Duties, responsibilities include planning and implementing a wide variety of activities and programs for adults with developmental disabilities. These may include Supported Employment, production of products for sale lifeskills and daily living skills/social skill 'raining, rev.ication, music and cornmun canon skills training as well as providing jne-on-one support for specific individuals Qualifications: post secondary education in a related discipline or a combinate of naming and experience may be oon ,.dered. Previous experience in programming computer knowledge and record keeping an asset. Applicant must be motivated mature, able to work independently be creative flexible and have good communication skills A valid driver’s license arid a police record check is required Salary $8.62    $9.70. Start date August 6 2002 Closing datr tor applies tions is july 12 2002 Oniy those applicants bein.* ie-' wet) will be contacted Please ub,.ut applications lo. Cmdy Grossman, Redvers Activity Centre. Box 418, Redvers SK SOC 2H0, Phone 306 452 ao44 Fax 306-452-6003 EMPLOYEE WANTED for feeder hog barn in Kearney area, competitive wages, Deuefits package, hog experience an asset. Position available end of June. Send resume to Jeff Biixhavn, Feeder Bam Production Manager, Dynamic Pork, Box 148, Kearney Manitoba, ROK IGO or fax to 204-523-5670. ROMANA PIZZA requires full-time server. Must be able to work weekends. No experience necessary, will train suitable applicant. Apply in person, 39-9th St. after 2. Use rear entrance THE CANADIAN INN REQUIRES the following: Full-time night desk clerk, doormen, bartenders, promotions manager. Please apply in person to the Canadian Inn, 150-5th Street. WOODEN EDGE is looking for a Sales Associate. Retailing and woodworking background an asset Drop off or mail resume to 820 Pacific Avenue, Brandon. MB R7A OJI. WAREHOUSE/TRUCK driver, quality employer, excellent benefits, must have clear driving record. Send resume only to PPG Canada Inc., 1234 Princess Avenue, Brandon, Manitoba, R7A 0R3. PERMANENT part-time cleaner required to work with professional cleaning team. Must have valid driver’s license. Apply in person to 215 College Avenue, Brandon NEED TO FILL BY FRIDAY! Customer service/sales. No experience necessary. $14.05 base guaranteed. Call 725-0321 or website www QUARKS, URBAN TRAIL and NATS in Shopper^ Mall Brandon, have immediate openings for part-time sales positions. Please apply with resume. LOOKING FOR TANADA US Drivers 3 years or n.uie experience required. Clean driving abstracts. Call 204-725-4185 8-5 KIM S CHINESE RESTAURANT is hiring all position^ Please apply in per son 42 McTavish Ave East 571-9266 BOISSEVAIN FAMILY RESTAURANT requ'ms waiter waitress and cook Call S3‘ >uoJ. ask tor usa or Felicia. PERSON iu help with haying & harvest accommodations available. Experience an asset. Phone Dan 483 2717 evenings. HELP wanted evenings and weekends. bring resume to Hurl's Food Mart (east end). 738 Victoria Avenue East HOUSiKEEPING DEPARTMENT STAFF required, casual Apply at Western Motel, 1148-18th Street. PAINTER^ AND “HELPERS WANTED^ Phone Carlos or John after 5, 729-9165. WANTED experienced DJ’s 727-3523 Employment Wanted 130 MOWING, SPRING & FALL clean-ups, sodding painting small demolition, junk removal and trimming. Call 725-2414 2 MEN + a truck. We do it all! Trees, yard work, moves, junk to dump 726-0901 STRONG MOVERS - Need something moved or disposed of. Call 761-2393. EAVE3TROUGH CLEANING, trees cut, seniors discount. Phone 724-9638. Employment Training 136 WORLD’S BEST JOB! TRAVEL Teach English Jobs guaranteed. 5 days in class, online or correspondence. TESOL teacher certificate course, government accredited 1000's of great $$ jobs globally. Free information pack 1-888-270-2941 Free information seminar Saturday, July 6, 1:00 p.m. www.canadianglobal.cum Business Opportunities 139 I Qui/no'N CSS subs Wort it's *1 Fastest C.’roil'in# QmVii Service Restaurant is looking foi great people who would like lo lead a learn while serving truly great fast food in Brandon. Profit sharing and ownership options available. Small investment required. S&diuts reply* only is: Box 01134, c/o The Brandon Sun, 501 Rosser Avenue, Brandon, MB, K7A 0K4 2 BAY SERVICE GARAGE lor leat* in Onanole, MB Proven, busy location! Vehicles, small engine, boats, snow machines, lots of work! Great business opportunity! Available immediately due to illness. Call now for further information 848-4454. Just in time for the very busy tourist season! BRANDON SUN Thursday June 27, 2002 B5 Call Monday to Friday, 8:30 am to 5:00 pm571-7400Toll Free 1-877-786-2472 • Fax 204-725-0976 ;