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INDEX RECORD PAGE 2 COMMUNITY PAGE 3 COMMUNITY PAGE 4 SPORTS PAGE 5 CLASSIFIED & FAMILYPAGE 6 AREA FOCUS PAGE 7 PAGE 8 PAGE 9 PAGE ] 0 PAGE 1 1 PAGE 1 2 ,. "EVE I-LZENGA I"l :)NORED AT S 4SO P, 3E2 00sday 5, 2003 5 cents entinel ribune VOLUME NO. 19 NUMBER 9 i 12 PAGES Plus supplements in local edition ncil salary ase for time benefit to remain percentage basis r The city council Staff salary increases, and For full time employ- step as specified by the reg- schedule was approved. The to about a three percent and seasonal employees 5 cents per hour increase. was given a $50.00 a as emergency manage- defense director. The posi- extra hours of salary-for community was left at $110.00 per aalary for civil defense and director was cut from pe-month since Wahl the duties of civil defense. Council approves Continued on page 12 TRICK OR TREAT WESTBROOK -- Brenda Knudson hands a piece of candy to Theresa Merrick daughter of Pat and Shelly Merrick. She was making the rounds of businesses handing out candy at the Women's club Halloween parade last Friday afternoon. Conrad remembers well mission to Scbweinfort Germany I Veteran inisces Van Loh Tuesday, 11, i the day we who served forces of the World War ago, and war are now These men experiences War, and they their memo- of us who remember services. In mid 1942 he reported to Fort Mead in Maryland, and from there he was sent. to Clearwater, Florida, for his basic train- ing. He received the rank of sergeant after completing gunnery training. After being moved to several military bases around the country, he was finally on his way to his assignment in Scotland. According to Conrad. only the officers flew to Scotland in the YB40 planes. Herm Conrad Continued on page 3 11/8 of Planes being artd crew mem- lrt h, aq are cur- the news. Herman with during war a part of the [or 38 months His dis- are dated 1945. That to Conrad, getting ahead of grew up in was work- mill when requested his in the armed 30/17 28/16 38/26 A few Mostly Times of sun clouds. Highs sunny. Highs and clouds. in the low in the upper Highs in the 34 and lows 2Os and lows upper 3Os Ill the upper in the mid and lows in tenl, teens, the mid 20. No treat from mother nature WESTBROOK -- Olivia Carlson was busy Momlay morning shovel- ing her walk after about 3 to 4 inches of snow fell. Sleet and mist continued throughout the day and night making walking and driv- ing quite hazardous. I 11/9 39/25 Mix of rain and snow showers RETURN TO FORBIDDEN PLANET PAGE 7 INFORMATION CIRCULATION Student Council planning Veterans Day program By Tom Merchant Sentinel Tribune WWG i The high school student council is busy planning their third annual Veterans Day program. The program will be held Wednesday November 12, at 1:00 p.m. at the high school gymnasium. Army Reserve, Desert Storm vet- eran and Westbrook Alumni, Paul Vosberg of Dovray, will be the speak- er. The Westbrook VFW club and American Legion will present the col- ors. Choir director Constance Knott will direct the kindergarten through fourth grade mass choir, and the Senior high choir. Instrumental music director Tom Vondracek will direct the senior high band. A special flag folding ceremony will be demonstrated. The public is cordially invited to attend. Swimming pool needs additional funds By Caroline Van Loh Sentinel Tribune The approach of winter and the snow sports winter brings are on the minds of young and old alike. Cooling off at the local swimming pool definitely isn't needed, and yet now is the time to prepare for next summer's pool activities. Westbrook's swimming pool has sprung a leak. This past summer, 10,000 to 20,000 gallons of water leaked out of the pool system each day. According to an estimate given by Palmer's Sunset Swim, Inc., of Rogers, Minnesota, cost of repairing the leak is about $10,000. Stopping the leak will be a 3- step procedure. Step one involves saw cutting around the perimeter of the pool at the intersection of steel walls and concrete bottom. The next step is to chip out concrete at the panel line and caulk with epoxy pool caulk. To complete the job, workers would cement in repaired areas and blend with the existing pool shell. The city can handle routine maintenance, but the time has come to hire outside help for more exten- sive work on the pool. A group of concerned Westbrook residents met last week to formulate plans for a pool fundraiser that would help pay for the necessary repair work. Swimming pool Continued on page 3 - CONTACT Us CLASSIFIEDS ADVERTISING 507-274-6136 OR 800-410-1859 Please read and recycle Printed with Soybased Ink Copyright 2003 Sentinel Tribune ?i / ii