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Sentinel Tribune ACTION LINE! CLASSIFIED ADS Classified Rates $4.50 for first 25 words. 20 cents each additional word. (Pay for 2 weeks - get 3rd week free) Peach Classified Rates $6.00 for first 15 words, 25 cents each additional word. (Pay for 2 weeks - get 3rd week free) Combination rate Peach & Sentinel Tribune $8.00 for first 15 words 25 cents each additional word (Pay for 2 weeks - get 3rd week free) / tssoeesooseeoeeesoseeeeseeosoeeeossoosooseeoseooeoossoeeeooeeeeooee Phone 274-6136 or 1-800-410-1859 Wednesday, May 12, 2004 Page 13 SALE 11 ft. slide-in Good condi- ).00; 18 ft. Larson Mere. I/O with eng!ne. Tandem nice. $1600.00. S-35,36,37p a willingness to work a flexible time schedule. Send resume or call for an application to: Hospice of Murray County, PO Box 86, Slayton, MN 56172 or phone 507-836-8114. Closed date !s May_30: s-34,35,36x HELP WANTED -- Marlow's Amoco - must be able to work nights and weekends. Stop in and talk to Gloria or Char. S-34,35,36x "in ............. This home has in addition to Owner says many family hol- there's plenty of Totally remodeled is neat-as-a-pin from room. Includes 3 2 1/2 baths, living, family room, floors, double If your Iook- a home in ILY must one. Call Murrayland at 507-763-3599, murrayland S-36,37,38x S -- 2 bedroom Available Stove and refriger- Rent based on Equal Housing Westbrook ,507-274-5922. S-36,37,38x HELP WANTED -- Substitute custodial help wanted at the Westbrook building of the WWG schools. Contact Loy at 507- 274-5450. S-34,35,36x HELP WANTED -- Adult or high schooler to babysit a 3 month old infant in your house or mine. Full time or part time. Call Joy christians 274-5235. S- 36,37,38p RUMMAGE SALE GARAGE SALE -- Walnut Grove - May 13,14,15 at 240 and 211 Main Street, 8 to 6 each day. Misc. of all kinds. ........ S-36p 1/2 Price Garage Sale -- May 15, 9:00 - 12:00 at Betty Natterstad's. S-36p 3E FOR CHILD Care? & Referral Child care referrals to on local informa- l -800-658-2444. State of MN DHS. S-47-38p SERVICE -- Hotpoint, Dish TV. Prompt Steffen Electric, S-14ffx WANTED -- LPN/RN: of Murray County is hire/contract a LPN hours week due to patient census and vacation times, one weekend a have a caring and nature, interper- and CARD OF THANKS CARD OF THANKS We would like to thank every- one for the cards, gifts, and money we received for our shower. They will be put to good use in our future home. Thank you for sharing this special time with us. Jen LeBrun $736p ........... Nat ban Bakke CARD OF" THANKS I would like to thank Maylen Peterson and the Westbrook VFW for awarding me their scholarships. I will be leaving for Basic Training with the Army Reserves in July and upon com- pletion of my AIT training, I plan to attend MN West Tech College in Canby. S-36p Jordan Dibble nal Directory Stroke Victim? E. Kerr & Assoc. Nielsen, Assoc. LAWYERS - Toll Free 1-500-231-2025 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Tracy Office 629-3820 Funeral Home L Joy Kulow, Owners Phone 859-2161 Birkholz & Rye Attorneys at Law Thursday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Telephone 274-6501 Will, Estate Planning, Trusts, Real Estate, Business Law, Personal Injury, Appointments M. L. GRAMS & ASSOCIATES, APA A Professional Association Certified Public Accountants P.O. Box 458, Westbrook, MN Phone 274-6171 Men. & Wed. ONLY 9-12 & 1-3 Tribune your printing jobs call 274-6136 I).j. Dill, D.D.S. DenUatry 274-5945 Friday Clinic MN 56183 COTrONWOOD-SLAYTON VETERINARY SERVICE PLLP Large & Sman Ammal Med. & Surgery After Hours  Serce Avabte WINDOM 2250 Hwy 60 E... 831-1473 Toll Free Dial 1 &Then.. 888-831-8387 IVtTOIll 19( Maple Ave...11311,4 Wabasso State Agency For all your insurance needs Phone 859-2152 Walnut Grove, MN. 56180 Is Agency Insurance Real Estate Phone 859-2154 MN 56180 MN 274-5962 Almlie Funeral Homes Steven & John AImlie (Call Westbrook 24 hrs. a day) Westbrook 274-5464 Tracy 629-4510 Westbrook Health Center * Medical Clinic * Peterson Estates * Westbrook Hospital Ave., Westbrook, MN. 56183 (507) 274-6121 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Saturday 24-Hour Emergency Care Always Available Thank You My sincere gratitude and thanks to my wonderful family and friends ,for their prayers, flowers, food, phone calls, cards, visits and caring while I was a patient at the Westbrook hospital and since my return home. A special thank you to Pastor Terri for her comforting visits. Your thoughtfulness and concern are much appreciated and I am truly blessed. S-36x Kathleen Maguire OPEN HOUSE OPEN HOUSE Reception for Cody Nelson in honor of his graduation on Saturday, the 29th of May, 2004 from 12:00 - 4:00 p.m. at the Revere City Park. All friends are welcome. S-36,37,38p OPEN HOUSE Please join us for a Graduation Open House in honor of Jordan Dibble on Saturday, May 29, 2004, from 5:00 - 8:00 p.m. at our home, 1414 - 280th Ave. Westbrook, MN. S-36,37,38p OPEN HOUSE Open House in honor of ALEIDA Van Maasdam'sgradu- ation -- 5 to 9 p.m. FRIDAY, May 28, at Storden Baptist Church. S-36,37,38p COME AND GO BRIDAL SHOWER--Tracy - For Carla Treague, bride-to-be of Joe Swenhaugen on Saturday, May 15, 2 - 4 p.m., at O'Brien Court, 410 State St., Tracy S-35,36p BRIDAL SHOWER -- Walnut Grove In honor of Kara Swanson on Saturday, May 22, 2 p.m., in the social hall of Trinity Lutheran Church, Walnut Grove. Kra is the daughter of Richard and Faith Swanson. S- 36,37p r MILLER CONSTRUCTION Serving all your carpentry needs for over 25 years Kim and Derek Residential contrators, Lic. # 3688 41861 270th st Jefters, MN 56145 37261 280th st Westbrook, MN 56183 Ph. 507-628-4258 . 507-227-0207 j PUBLIC NOTICE CITY OF WESTBROOK Board of Review Council Meeting April 5, 2004 The Westbrook City Council met in special session for the Annual Board of Review on Monday, April 5, 2004 at 5:30 p.m. in the City Council Room. Present: Harold Schmidt- Mayor, John Madson, Craig Jans, and Rocky Kolar. Digger Phelps was absent. Others present at the Board Meeting were: Rick Nor "dahl, Alex Valdez, James VanWesten, Jozef Rusek, Mike Uhlenhopp, Tom Merchant, City Commercial Assessor- David Van Loh, City Residential Assessor, Gale Bondhus and Donna Torkelson. Mayor Schmidt presided at the meeting. Rick Nordahi representing the Westbrook Health Center requested to have their tax sta- tus changed to exempt, no changes made. James, Alex, Tom and Mike had questions on the value increase; changes were explained and no changes made. Jozef Rusek had ques- tion on value decrease; County will set up an appointment to look inside the house. Motion by Kolar and seconded by Jans to leave changes as is. All voted in favor. Motion carried. Motion by Madson and sec- onded by Kolar to adjourn the Board of Review meeting at 6:30 p.m. All voted in favor. Motion carried. Others present at the regular council meeting were: Jozef Rusek, and Alan Wahl. Councilmen, Digger Phelps was absent. Mayor Schmidt presided at the meeting. Motion by Madson and sec- onded by Kolar to approve the minutes from the March 1st Council meeting. All voted in favor. Motion carried. Police Chief, Alan Wahl, pre- sented the police report, which was reviewed and approved by the council. All voted in favor. Motion carried. City Commercial Assessor, David Van Loh talked to the council about his job as com- mercial assessor. Dave's con- tract was up in April and expressed that he would like to continue doing the commercial assessment for the city. Motion by Jans and seconded by Madson to renew David's con- tract for a year. All voted in favor. Motion carried. Jozef Rusek representing the Westbrook Public Utilities spoke to the council about the Public Awareness Plan and the importance of Natural Gas. Pool Manager Lairdie Kells reported to the council on the upcoming pool season. Lairdie said that 7 new lifeguards would be taking the lifeguard training in June to get certified for the upcoming season. Motion by Kolar and seconded by Jans to approve a .25-cent increase per hour and WSI teachers will get an additional .25-cent per hour. All voted in favor. Motion carried. Motion by Madson and sec- onded by Kolar to accept the Resolution for the Red Rock Sportsman Club to have their Gambling off site. 4 Ayes 0 Nay. All voted in favor. Motion carried. The council discussed upcoming street projects. Fourth Street in front of Duane's Body Shop will need NOTICE First-half of ALL real estate taxes must be paid or postmarked on or before: Monday, May 17 (ABSOLUTE DEADUNE) Note penalty on reverse sicle of tax staternem for late payment. Please include white payment stub when paying your taxes. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Thank you, J=n00 COTTONWOOD COUNTY AUDITOTRF.ASURER CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING All classified ads for non- established accounts must be pre-paid (or charged to Visa or Mastercard) before running. If not a $3.00 ! ing charge will be added t totals less than $10.00. On Two for Three Special no refunds after first inser- tion. Rates are based on pay- ment before the end of the month in which the ad was published All advertising must be paid for by the 27th of the month or a $3.00 billing charge will be added for accounts under $10, or 50c for accounts with a bal- ance over $10. Not respon- sible for errors in ads taken over the telephone. NOTICE RESPONSIBILITY: Please check your ad after the first insertion and bring any errors to our attention immediately. Corrections will be cheerfully made. We are not responsible for errors beyond the first insertion. If you fail to notify us, the pub- lishers liability is limited to cost of the first insertion of the ad. INVESTIGATE before you invest. The Sentinel Tribune does not knowingly accept fraudulent or deceptive advertising. Readers are cau- tioned to thoroughly investi- gate "Business Opportunity" and other ads which require an investment. to be done this year. Rocky Kolar will be checking on this. Motion by Madson and sec- onded by Kolar to approve the purchase of a new lap top com- puter for the Police Department. All voted in favor. Motion carried. Motion by Madson and sec- onded by Kolar to purchase a Tommy Lift for the city pickup. this is used for heavy lifting such as barrels and chlorine tanks. All voted in favor. Motion carried. Jon Madson received a quote from the county for the city's share of the storm sewer exten- sion by third Street and Davis Avenue. The City's share would be $5200 and at a previ- ous meeting, the council voted to spend no more than $5,000. John Madson will talk with the county and let them know that the council will not pay the additional $200.00 Motion by Jans and second- ed by Kolar to approve the fol- lowing building permits; Art Wiggins for an addition to his garage, Chad Paplow to replace existing deck, Doug Kletscher for a storage shed and the Westbrook Health Center for a new parking lot. All voted in favor. Motion carried. Motion by Kolar and second- ed by Madson to approve the bills totaling $131,706.26. All voted in favor. Motion carried. Motion by Kolar and second- ed by Madson to adjourn the meeting. All voted in favor. Harold Schmidt, Mayor Rachel Christians City Clerk PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION City of Westbrook Regular Meeting April 6, 2004 Regular meeting of the Public Utilities Commission of the City of Westbrook, Minnesota was held in the Public Utilities Office at 4:00 p.m. on the above date. Present: Grams, Christians and Supt. Jutting. Absent: Soil Motion by Christians, sec- onded by Grams to accept the minutes of the previous meet- ing as read. Motion by Christians, sec- onded by Grams to allow the bills in the amount of $87,469.72. A detailed list may be viewed at the Public Utilities Office. Motion by Christians, sec- onded by Grams to transfer $8,000.00 to the City. Upon no further business and upon motion by Christians, sec- onded by Grams, the meeting was adjourned. Keith Christians Secretary PLANNING AN AUCTION? Household - Farm- Business Complete Auction Service Rich Reiner Springfield, MN. Phone 1-507-723-5243 Call collect. If you had a stroke or brain aneurysm between 1992 and 2001 within three days after taking Dexatrirr, you may be entitled to payment from a settlement agreed to by the manufacturer of Dexatrirr. Please call attorney Lee Hollis at 800-701-3672 to inquire about your legal rights. The court has established May, 2004 as the last date to apply for certain settlement benefits, so please call promptly. Lee J. Hoilis, Attorney www.hollislawfirm.com HELP WANTED Westbrook Good Samaritan is currently looking for an LPN or RN to work the night and evening shifts, approxi- mately 6-7 shifts in a pay period, more when filling in for vacations. We have $2,000 sign on bonus for this posi- tion until May 7, 2004. Also looking for a nurse to work every_ other weekend on evening shift. We have competi- tive wages with benefits, or ask about our Pay in Lieu of Benefits program. The nurses at WBGS are team oriented and make working fun. Call . :Samarkan Geana Hamiltn' RN/Human Resources for interview time: =,o,,z,.,.z,s,.., 507-274-6155, ext. 117. ms,e EOE/M/FNet/Handicap ADVERTISING SALES REPREsENTATIVE New Century Press is seeking an enthusiastic self-motivated people person with strong advertisin i il  g nto its group of SOuthwest Minnesota and Northwest I()wa newspapers and shoppers. This position is based from our We sbrook, MN office. Re-onsibilities include servming existing accounts, developing new accounts and assisting in developing new promotions. Sales experience preferred. We offer competitive pay, retirement Investment program, paid vacation, personal days, health bertts and more. Send Tribune, BOx 98, Westt)fook, I