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July 27, 2010Vol. 10, No. 22
Your Community Magazine
S
USSEX
H
ERALD
The
OssekeagPublishing
Your CommunityConnection
Loaded, one owner& only 57K.
2007 F150 Crew 4X4 XLT
$22,900
Fully loadedincluding leathermoon & much more
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 433-9000
$23,900$29,900$19,900
2007 F150 Crew 4X4 Lariat
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Local makers of50+ kinds of quality:SausagesMarinadesDeli MeatsNo GlutenLow in FatNo MSG
756-8489
BBQ Every Friday: 11 - 6pmBeside Post Office
 
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Ravings
 
by Mike Hickey
"FUNNY!!"
Every now and then I stumble upon somethingthat I think is so funny that I need to share itaround."It seems a Spanish teacher was explaining to her class that inSpanish, unlike English, nouns are designated as either masculine orfeminine. House, for instance, is feminine: la casa; pencil, however,is masculine: el lapiz.A student asked, "What gender is computer?"Instead of giving the answer, the teacher split the class into twogroups, male and female, and asked them to decide for themselveswhether computer should be a masculine or a feminine noun. Eachgroup was asked to give four reasons for its recommendation.The men's group decided that computer should definitely be of thefeminine gender (la computadora), because:1. No one but their creator understands their internal logic;2. The native language they use to communicate with othercomputers is incomprehensible to everyone else;3. Even the smallest mistakes are stored in long term memory forpossible later retrieval; and4. As soon as you make a commitment to one, you find yourself spending half your paycheck on accessories for it.The women's group, however, concluded that computers should bemasculine (el computador), because:1. In order to do anything with them, you have to turn them on;2. They have a lot of data but still can't think for themselves;3. They are supposed to help you solve problems, but half the timethey ARE the problem; and4. As soon as you commit to one, you realize that if you had waited alittle longer, you could have gotten a better model.-- The women won."My own ideas of women and computers is more like "Older modelscan be great value but many are prone to going into "sleep mode"unexpectedly. While rebooting them sometimes cures the problem,they tend to get cranky. When not in sleep mode, older modelsfrequently emit an annoying whine. Computers and womeninstinctively know if there is a man trying to control them and willnever do what they are supposed to."In one major way women and computers are not alike whatsoever.Feeding women seems to work wonders for their dispositions, butfeeding a hamburger into the CDROM tray is just plain messy!!!!
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Sussex Herald - July 27, 2010
 
The Canadian Diabetes AssociationClothesline program collects the itemsyou no longer want, in order to generaterevenue to help those suffering fromDiabetes. People wishing to donate cancall the “Clothesline” at 1-800-505-5525for a free home pick-up of their reusableclothing and household items.
 A cure for Diabetes could be hiding in your closet,thank you for your support! 
Know who to turn to
CANADIANDIABETESASSOCIATIONASSOCIATIONCANADIENNEDU DIABETE
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See Story onPage 20
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Enjoy the
Sussex Downtowns’Hot Spot
572 Main Street, Sussex  Join us for:Free Wireless Internet AccessSoups & SandwichesSpecialty Coffees andScrumptious Desserts
Sussex Downtowns’Hot Spot
572 Main Street, Sussex  Join us for:Free Wireless Internet AccessSoups & SandwichesSpecialty Coffees andScrumptious Desserts
Email: PatMacmullin@rogers.com Phone: 944-0239
Café 
 
Breakaway
 
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Sussex Herald - July 27, 2010
SUSSEX SHARING CLUB
Surveillance cameras installed 
- after muchdeliberation, by the Board of Directors of theSussex Sharing Club, it was decided to installsurveillance cameras. To protect theprivacy/confidentiality of our clients/customersthese cameras
will not 
be in operation on the daysthat we are open.For the past decade we have appealed to the public not to drop off clothes or other items that are only fit for the dump. Global TV did anews items, which was run several times showing some of the furnitureleft on our deck (which was torn, broken or missing pieces). There werealso articles in newspapers and on the radio. Many incidents of peopleremoving items from the deck, ripping open bags/boxes and thendiscarding the items either on the deck or parking lot. We also hadreports of people putting their garbage in our garbage bins. Since Jan
th
2005 until June 30, 2010 it has cost us $11,771.18 in garbage fees.Some RCMP officers have graciously given suggestions as to whatsteps to take when something inappropriate shows up on the screen.Any action has to be taken by us and they are willing to assist, as far asthe law allows. The cameras have already recorded the removal of items, which will be addressed by the Board at the next meeting inSeptember.Any person(s) in need of clothing, mattress, or other items, may speak to Kelly Craig, our administrator, for help. All items will be given, freeof charge, to anyone in need. We are quite willing and ready to do this.We encourage people to contact us rather than steal the item(s). Whenwe are closed Kelly can be contacted by leaving a message on ourmachine at 433-6047 and she will get back to you. These messages areusually retrieved daily. Kelly can also be reached at her home at 432-4819.We appreciate greatly those who donate clean clothes and items thatare unbroken and complete.
Thank you
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RCL SUSSEX BRANCH #20
66 Magnolia Avenue, Sussex
;
432-66 99Office Hours:
Tuesday - Friday, 9:00am-5:00pm.
Wednesdays
- Foot Clinic; Bingo - doors open at 6:00,Early Bird starts at 6:30 and regular games at 7:00pm.
Thursdays
- 8:00pm, Crib.
Take-out Lunches:
The RCL #20 will beselling taking take-outlunches on
Thursdays
from10:00am-2:00pm. Allorders need to be in by
Wednesday
by4:00pm
to be pickedup the
next day
. Formore informationplease call the Legionand ask for Michele.
Summer hours:
 
Until 
th
September 6
,Branch
closed 
on
Sunday & Monday
 except for specialevents.For more informationcheck out our website at: www.sxlegionbr20.com.
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Rodney Shirley, PFPInvestment & Retirement Planner 
Royal Mutual Funds Inc.Sussex, NB E4E 7H9
Cel: 506-432-0333rodney.shirley@rbc.com
 Your retirement is about morethan numbers.
Tax-Free Savings Account
For short-term and long-term goals, consider a Tax-Free Savings AccountEveryone has different reasons for saving and investing. But no matter what your goals are,you may be able to realize them sooner with a Tax-Free Savings Account (TFSA). Thisregistered account is unlike anything Canadian investors have seen before. Investmentreturns in the account — whether interest, dividends or capital gains — are not taxed, evenwhen withdrawn. A TFSA has the potential to help you reach your goals sooner.TFSA benefits:The TFSA has a number of special features that make it useful in a wide range of situations.These include:
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Flexibility. You can make withdrawals whenever you want, for any purpose. Withdrawalsare added to unused contribution room starting the following year. Unused contributionroom is carried forward indefinitely, so you can re-contribute whenever you have themoney.
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Investment choice. You can hold a wide range of investments in your account.
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No income requirement. You don’t need to have earned income in order to make acontribution.
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Versatility. A TFSA could be appropriate for both your short-term and long-terminvestment goals.
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Tax-free. Unlike other tax-deferred plans, earnings in a TFSA are never subject toCanadian tax. You don’t pay taxes even if you withdraw.
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Lifelong eligibility. There’s no requirement to collapse your account at a set age. You cankeep it as long as you live. This makes it especially valuable as part of a long-termstrategy that also includes RSPs/RIFs.The TFSA lets you create a flexible, tax-sheltered savings fund you can use for a variety ofpurposes. You can use it for short-term goals, such as a new car, a dream vacation or even anew home. But you can also use it in addition to your registered Retirement Savings Plan(RSP) to help you reach long-term goals, such as providing funds for your retirement. Howyou use a TFSA and the benefits it can provide will vary depending on your individualsituation and investment goals. How you use your Tax-Free Savings Account depends onyour own personal needs and goals. Please give me a call to discuss how the TFSA maybenefit you.
Please consult your advisor and read the prospectus before investing. There may be commissions,trailing commissions, management fees and expenses associated with mutual fund investments.Mutual funds are not guaranteed, their values change frequently and past performance may not berepeated. RBC Funds are offered by RBC Asset Management Inc. and distributed through authorizeddealers. Financial planning services and investment advice are provided by Royal Mutual Funds Inc.Mutual funds are sold by Royal Mutual Funds Inc. Royal Mutual Funds Inc. is licensed as a financialservices firm in the province of Quebec.
 ® Registered trademarks of Royal Bank of Canada. RBC and Royal Bank are registered trademarks of Royal Bank ofCanada. Used under licence.
It’s about you. That’s why I’ll ask unexpected questions that get right tothe heart of what’s really important to you. We can meet at a place that’sconvenient for you, talk about your vision of retirement, and worktogether to create a financial strategy that gets you there.Call me to make an appointment.
Financial planning services and investment advice are provided by Royal Mutual Funds Inc. Royal MutualFunds Inc., RBC Asset Management Inc. and Royal Bank of Canada are separate corporate entities whichare affiliated.Royal Mutual Funds Inc. is licensed as a financial services firm in the provinceof Quebec. ® Registered trademarks of Royal Bank of Canada.
 © Royal Bank of Canada 2007. TM© 2005, VANOC. Used under license.
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