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Brandon Sun (Newspaper) - June 27, 2002, Brandon, Manitoba Garage SMes 747 Garage Sales 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 Backlane. GARAGE SALE - 14 Clark Drive, Friday, June 28, 4-8, Saturday, June 29, 9-1. Lawn mower, fertilizer spreader, tools, household items, etc. Friday, 12-7 & Saturday, 8-4 822 - 13TH STREET Books, dishes, TV, misc. articles, table & chairs, bedroom suite, china cabinet, hide-a-bed, To view larger items call 826-2134._ 1150-19th STREET, Thursday & Friday, 10-4. Ceiling and floor tiles, microwave, collectibles, furniture, books, 8 track tapes and much more! Garage Sales 747 Garage Sales 747 Garage Sales 747 Flea Markets 7S5 4 FAMILY YARD SALE - Lots of tools, china, ornaments, kids miscellaneous, etc. Wed & Thurs. 9-5. 1324-3rd Street. JUNE 27 & 28th, 4:30-7:30, 305-1 st St Backlane Little Tikes and Fisher Price toys, car seats, books, boat motors. SALE Fri., June 28 & Sat., June 29th. Lots of goodies! 4 miles south of WalMart, on 18th St. Something for everyone. BRANDON HILLS FLEA MARKET - Sunday, June 30, 10 a.rn.-3 p.m. 11 1/2 miles south of Brandon. Numerous dis-players, collectibles, yard sale items. More information call Bev 728-6142. MOVING SALE - FRIDAY & SATURDAY, 9-5, 175 Prairie Cres. Good quality furni 126-3rd St., Fri., 9-9, Sat., 9-4. Hammock, ladies bike, Christian tapes, books, cas YARD SALE - FRIDAY, June 28, 9-3, 123 Regent Cres. Lots of clothing, house ture & much more. 727-3573. settes, portable toilet, wardrobe, car bra. hold items, set of encyclopedias & misc. HHHMHBeM Multiple »!(»«> un .jus* ii*, ut HUGE 26 FAMILY YARD SALE Cancelled if rain. Thurs. & Fri. June 27-28. Large variety of things. 10 a.m. 860 - 9th Street. 332 11th Street East, Friday 8:00-4:00. Household items, clothes, tools, shop va-cume, chain hoist, misc. FRONT Yard Sale 1161 - 7th Street, June 27 & 28,Thu and Fri, 10-3. Large clothes, cabin stuff, pool table, furniture, etc. Mlf<H kl I a na . impair! ii ipmh. extreme fatigue and double vision. ■KHI Multiole Sclerosis HUGE MOVING SALE, 13 Spruce Drive, 2 FAMILY YARD SALE, Saturday, June GARAGE Sale, 12 Basswood Bay, Fri. 4: Society of Canada off Elmdale Blvd., Friday, June 28, 11-5. Furniture, lots of kids clothes, toys & misc. 29, 8-1. 614 - 19th Street. Toys, kids clothes, tools & much more. 30-7:30, Sat. 8-12. Childrens wagon, teeter totter, toys, adults/girls clothes, misc. 1800 268-7 5 82 In Brief Connecticut court rules it’s OK to fire pregnant workers HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — The Connecticut Supreme Court ruled yesterday small companies can fire pregnant employees without violating the state’s ban on gender discrimination. The court ruled in a 3-2 vote that a 1967 law exempts businesses that have fewer than three workers. “This state’s public policy against sex discrimination by private employers is not absolute,” Justice Richard Palmer wrote for the majority. “The legislature has carved out an exception to that policy for small employers.” The case involved Nicole Thibodeau, who was fired in 1998 by her employer, Design Group One, a tiny architectural firm in Chester, Conn. Her lawyers argued the firm violated her rights under the state Constitution, which prohibits discrimination based on gender. The court’s decision is “very upsetting,” her lawyer, Elaine Rubinson said. “I never thought they would do that,” she said. The Connecticut Civil Liberties Union had said upholding Thibodeau’s firing would leave tens of thousands of workers at small businesses in Connecticut without legal protection from discrimination. U.S. Pledge of Allegiance ruled unconstitutional SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — For the first time ever, a federal appeals court yesterday declared the Pledge of Allegiance unconstitutional because of the words “under God” added by Congress in 1954. The ruling, if allowed to stand, means schoolchildren can no longer recite the pledge, at least in the nine Western states covered by the court. The pledge reads: “I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.” In a 2-1 decision, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said the phrase amounts to a government endorsement of religion in violation of the Constitution’s Establishment Clause, which requires a separation of church and state. “A profession that we are a nation ‘under God’ is identical, for Establishment Clause purposes, to a profession that we are a nation ‘under Jesus,’ a nation ‘under Vishnu,’ a nation ‘under Zeus,’ or a nation ‘under no god,’ because none of these professions can be neutral with respect to religion,” Judge Alfred T. Goodwin wrote for the three-judge panel. “The president’s reaction was that this ruling is ridiculous,” said White House spokesman Ari Fleischer. The ruling was also attacked on Capitol Hill, with Senate Majority Leader Thomas Daschle calling it “just nuts.” The 9th Circuit covers Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon and Washington state. The case was brought by Michael A. Newdow, a Sacramento atheist who objected because his second-grade daughter was required to recite the pledge at school. Newdow, a doctor who holds a law degree and represented himself, called the pledge a “religious idea that certain people don’t agree with.” First Manson family member may be paroled LOS ANGELES (AP) — Of all the members of Charles Manson’s murderous “family,” Leslie Van Houten was always seen as the different one — the youngest, the one most vulnerable to Manson’s diabolical control. Now she hopes to be the first member of the cult involved in the 1969 Tate-La Blanca killings to get out on parole. Tomorrow — nearly 33 years since the slaughter of actress Sharon Tate and six others shocked the country — Van Houten, 52, goes before the state parole board for the 14th time. This time, she might have a chance. Earlier this month, Superior Court Judge Bob Krug strongly admonished the board for flatly turning Van Houten down every time based solely on the crime. Such decisions, he said, ignore Van Houten’s accomplishments in prison and turn her life sentence into life without parole, in violation of the law. In addition, Krug said that Van Houten had successfully completed every rehabilitation program offered in prison and that her psychiatric evaluations “clearly indicate that she is not a present danger to society and should be found suitable for parole.” Deputy District Attorney Stephen Kay will be arguing against Van Houten’s parole for the 14th time. “This is not a garden-variety murder case and it should not be treated as such,” he said. “I commend her for her good acts in prison and she appears to be a model prisoner. I think she should spend the rest of her life being a model prisoner. I feel because of what she did, she is not entitled to parole.” U.S. House flushes to ann pilots, despite Bush opposition WASHINGTON (AP) — Ignoring U.S. administration objections, the House of Representatives transportation committee voted yesterday to allow more than 1,000 pilots to carry guns for a two-year trial. The legislation approved by voice vote would allow up to 1,400 pilots — two per cent of the work force — to volunteer for training and obtain permission to carry guns on board planes they are piloting. Backed by pilots’ unions, bipartisan groups of legislators in both houses have moved to overturn the administration’s decision to keep guns out of airplane cockpits. The Association of Flight Attendants objected to the bill, saying it does not protect passengers and crew members in the cabin. Baby’s Here? You’ll need a few t BABY’S HERE Share the good news with ■ Friends, Family and Neighbors with a Birth Announcement in the Brandon Sun. W rtyusm mi tvtoy ** Marta! tty t*fwu «f lh Mr    «*£    tinter ■teated tty tefv'fu rf lh- OMfc MMM* ma « Mf CtoAmMttn*# ** ***    ■ AwsSfCtafc tfhwt* *f if* m*ik- <•**?*«! i* hi**** rt*    hmm    mo    * When you place a Birth Announcement in the Brandon Sun you will receive a Baby's Gift Pac filled with $25.00 worth of brand name products absolutely FREE for you and your baby. gaby's Here Option No. 1 WORD AD (Based on 50 words, extra words 25C) One laminated copy of your ad $31.45 + GST Option No. 2 DISPLAY AD (Boxed, 1x40 line with baby border or picture) One laminated copy of your ad $41.95 + GST You also receive an ad in our Baby Tabloid that will be published in January 2003 featuring these babies born in 2002! BRANDON Call: 571-7400 Baby's Here Gift Pac and Baby's On The Way Gift Pac are Registered Trademarks of Advantex Marketing International Inc. AUTO GLASS REPAIR AND REPLACEMENT 727-0123 fiI SSE!    ^ect (tass (tam Service autoptic • Stone chip and crack repairs • Windshield replacement • Side and rear windows • Equipment glass • Plexiglass Hometown AUTO GLASS 710-1 st Street 1-800-441-9142 Introductory Practice Motorcycle Training Courses One day practical courses for new or inexperienced riders. Motorcycles supplied Dates: July 20 and July 21 FM: $150 plus GST Location: Keystone Centre, Brandon Tlato: 8:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m. For Information: 949-1085 Toll From Humber 1-000-691-3321 MANITOBA SAFETY COUNCIL 700-213 Notre Dame Avenue Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 1N3 ‘Talking* chimp dies at 29 ELLENSBURG, Wash. (AP) — Moja, one of the “talking” chimps at Central Washington University who communicated with humans by sign language, has died at 29 of complications from an abdominal hernia. She was one of five chimps at the university’s Chimpanzee and Human Communication Institute, a sanctuary for adult chimpanzees who communicate with humans and each other using American Sign Language. She could talk about most things,” said institute co-director Roger Fouts. “She would ask for a favourite dress ... and say what colour she wanted.” Moja was raised much as if she were a deaf human child, and accumulated a signing vocabulary of about 180 words and phrases. She could also draw pictures and tell lab workers what the figures represented. New Web site fights eredit-card fraud WASHINGTON (AP)—An anti-fraud education group that tipped federal authorities to an Internet credit card scheme has opened a Web site that enables people to find out if thieves have their card numbers. The database created over the last seven weeks already has amassed 100,000 stolen credit card numbers, the group said. The group, CardCops, collected the information from Internet chat rooms where thieves have been checking whether stolen card numbers are still valid or have been deactivated. Cardholders can go to and type in the number. If the number comes back positive, cardholders should alert their financial institution. inning a holiday Keep your funny-bone in shape! Laughing has proven stnesi-release and health lieneflts. l-uiiny how that works, eh? Sliariny c Healthier Future „, w1' ’ f*£tn T/c/r*acr/on EXHAUST • Chrome & Stainless Tips MINUTE MUFFLER 601-9TH STREET, BRANDON 727-0020 Your Flooring Specialist Carpet. Vinyl. Ceramic Tile and Laminates Brent KAMA BACK carpet 4 different Styles 20 colors SpyjAL5 UJq Yd Mc Room, Coto*.. ^ Anywhere! building centre Formerly Beaver Lumber 1020-18th St., Brandon 728-2230 WIN s50 CASH Every Monday beginning on June 11 to September 3, a draw will be held from all entries received the previous week. TO ENTER 1. Give us a restart date when stopping your paper for holidays and your name will be entered ONCE into the weekly draw. 2. Subscribers who stop their paper with a restart date AND donate their papers to our “Newspapers in Education” (NIE) program will have their names entered TWICE into the weekly draw. 3. Subscribers who HAVE NOT stopped their paper for the previous weekend can call our Customer Service Centre on Wednesday or Thursday between 9 a.m. -12 noon and have their name entered ONCE into the weekly draw. To Subscribe call 727-0527 or 1 -877-786-2472 BRANDON Q SUN BRANDON Here's A Deal You Can Swallow! Starting June 15, 2002 and ending July 31, 2002 you have a chance to Win a Hot/Cold Water Cooler Amo 2 jugs of water a month for A YEAR courtesy of The Brandon Sun and Pure Water Plus. Pure wdtix Plus How? Any customer who signs up for a minimum monthly debit or 3 month subscription during this promotion will receive a FREE WATER REFILL COUPON*, lf you sign up for a 6 month subscription you will receive TWO FREE WAIER REFILL COUPONS, lf you sign up for a 12 month subscription you will receive THREE FREE COUPONS redeemable at Pure Water Plus Your name will also be entered into the draw for the Water Cooler Package. lf you are a current home subscriber and convert to a monthly debit subscription or add an additional 3 months to your subscription during this promotion you will receive a FREE WATER REFILL COUPON* as well and get your name entered into the draw for the Water Cooler Package. ’"Water retill is FREE. Deposit required for water jug at time of redemption. Deposit is refunded upon returning of the water jug. Water coupons will be mailed out upon receipt of payment for subscriptions and/or Upton receipt of cancelled cheque for monthly debit conversion. We carry a full line of Water Distillers HI Interest HI Payments o.a.c. for 1 year ‘See store tor details Pure Motet Plus 523-B 8th Street Brandon, MB R7A 3X8 (204) 726-9495 Free Delivery! Steam Distilled PURE WATER $400 TP/18.9L bottle 718.91 bottle 1 with minerals ;