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Wednesday, Apr 30, 2003-3B and Quilts & More as a full septic tankline quilt shop'offers Portable toi- fabric, thread, books, and handi- patterns, notions and units classes. Bemina & and corn- Pfaff Sewing machines services and custom machine the quilting. Open 10 a.m. Call to 5:30 p.m. or by ap- pointment 406-482- in 3366. Located 2 miles north of Sidney on and Highway 200, 3/4 mile informa- east on County Road 127, 1/2 mile south on is the County Road 352. to adver- See Rinse "N Vac carpet An Expert cleaner rental available Wednesday at FINNICUM S for sizes and $12.95/day. Located at Look t051 South Central, classified Sidney, MT 59270, Call all the busS- 406-433-5373 for more information. to set it Re- Air- offers and in- 406-488- 406-488- Complete with system check $39.50 & up Pick up, delivery I I V Stop in and buy one of our $6000 grocery coupon books for only $400 and get a 1 -year subscription! You choose the coupons you want! These are name brand products and the coupons can be used at your local grocery store. Stop in and see Melissa at the Sidney Herald-Leader, or call 482-2403. and installation Painting available. sed, free ;idney Elec reasonable iathyor 111 EIVl;~l~ ~,iew at .... 310 2nd Ave. NE,, SidneY o 482-2403 ..... ,, - " deflates so '8 ItS to 12 Simply ~';Cents"able, GETA ~Lj~. II Nothing 3 S. Inter- painting techniques, I fast as a punctured FairvieW,at 406- more.decratingcall ~ideasSandyand [:~rio ,'~ee MelP, i~r~ [rot ~~:n|r exit: rh:~n~::!: re, ~r~!~ c~*~h I 591sultant'3. at 701-744- |~lllh | I Thomas Dewer or your Small World Daycars at & Pre*School 406- ~rv., monthly Infants to 12 years old. offer:yr.! NOW! Ca]i ARI) HONTANA 623 N Central, Sidney, '~.~t "~,rww:l~)l)4:~{)4;i.iA|;~D,~:~:,~l~ MT. Monday-Friday 6am-6pm. Preschool, 2 Summer Jobs Now? and P~- days a week, snacks and meals included in rate, before and after ........ |~~~D ! ~t.I["~~.~RCI~= .~ ............ school care, fully .li- censed. Call Connie at 406-488-7337 for more ETa- information,o 406- Stick with the "best" EZ Computers: Cus- tom built computers, service, repairs, office networking. On-location service calls, A+& Net- working + Certified Technician. Earl E. Si- ~aard, Culbertson, MT all 866-787-6699, Therapeutic and Re- in laxationMassages: pit Stacey Krumwiede, mulch. certified massage or therapist with Bache- Iors in Athletic Training, available by appoint- ment at Healthworks, 216 14th Ave. SW, Sid- ney, 406-488-4631. We sell vehicles of all garag- resi- COmmercial. sorts. If you are looking under- for something specific .......... sys- give me a call I can main-probably find it for you. esti-Call Russell Stotts at five Rocken' R Used Auto Call Lee Sales, Sidney, 406- Troudt at.482-8822. www.beqgleproper- Yellowstone Chlro- practlc Clinic : Treat- ments of sports and work related injuries. Open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m.-6p.m. Dr. and Auto Tires, We in- Napa auto 406-742- hours 406- Ryan Laqua, Chiro- practic Physician, 222 or 406-742- 2nd Ave. SW, Sidney, 406-433-4757, toll free 1-866-433-4757. Heating, top quality , plus serv- affordable 218 3rd Volunteers appreciat- or odl We have several for opportunities for volun- teers. We will work around your schedule. & Sheet Call the Volunteer Co- " * ati U.S. umrrugrat on Inspectors Auto Driver Wanted Ferrell Transport is a North Dakota/Montana based company serving customers through local districts. We are seeking full and part time drivers for the Dickinson, Wafford City, Baker MT, Beach, Sidney MT, Tioga areas. Responsibilities include hauling crude oil, salt (production) water, service work, maintaining equipment, providing service to customers in a professional environment. Excellent communi- cation skills and a genuine commitment to pro- viding superior customer service are required. Candidates must be able to meet applicable Department of Transportation (DOT) require- ments. Oilfield experience is preferred but not required. We offer a competitive salary, excel- lent benefits package, employee stock owner- ship plan, and safety incentive awards program. Interested candidates should apply in per- son at the Baker MT, Beach, Tioga or Watford City offices, or call (701) 842-3618, EOE/AAP/M/F/D/V NOTICE NOTICE BRORSON SCHOOLS NO- Mid-Rivers Telephone Cooper- TICE OF ELECTION ative, Inc, is now offadng local LEVY ELECTION telephone services to subacdlP Notice is hereby given by the ers throughout the Fath4ew Trustees of Brorson School and Sidney tel~ ax- District No. 11, Riehland Coun- change area. Where Mid-Riv. ty, that pursuant to a certain er's facilities are not available, resolution duly adopted at a Mid-Rivers will offer re-sold regular meeting of the Board of services from Qwest. Mid-Rlv. Trustees of said school district ers also offers two low-income hetd on the tOth day of Febru- assistance programs as Out- ary, an election of the regis- lined on page 208 ol OUr 2003 tered electors of Brorson Telephone Directory. Ufaline School District No. 11 of Rich- provides federal unNersal I~p- land County, be held on May 5, port to reduce monfiy service 2003. charges paid by qualifying low- These electors will vote at the income customers. Unkup pro- Srorson Elementary School rides feOerel univereal ~ervice District Teacherage for the pur- support to reduce service con- pose of electing one (1) Trustee nection and line extension and voting on the questioo of charges paid by qualifying low. whether the Board of Trustees income customers. Please con- of School District No. 11 of tact the Mid-Rivers office in Sid. Richland County, Montana. ney at 433-6782 or 1-800--452- shaft be permitted to levy the 2288 for further information. following: (Publish Apdl 2, 16 & 30. 2003) Shall the District be authorized NOTICE to levy the sum of Five Thou- sand, Six Hundred. Sixty dot- RESOLUTION Mrs ($5660.00) and being ap- WHEREAS, the Board of Trust- proximately 646 miffs for the ees of Fairview School ~s purpose of operating and main- 13 & 3, has determined that taining Brorsen School Pus- personal property of the Die- sage of this proposal will in- tdcts is or is about to become crease the taxes on a home abandoned, obsolete, un~e~ira- with a market value of $50,000 ble, or unsuitable for the t~'hodi by approximately $7.71 on a purposes of the Distdcla, and home with a market value of WHEREAS, the Trustees may $100,000. by approximately sell or otherwise dispose Of $15.42. and on a home with a such personal property in ac- market value of $200,000 by cordanee with Section 20-6- approximately $30.85. 604, MCA (1999). Polls will be open between the THEREFORE, it I$ hereby re- hours of 12:00 Noon and 8:00 solved that the Board of Trust- PM. Once opened, the polls will use of Falrvlew Schools will sell be kept open continuously until or otherwise dispose of the 8:00 PM abandoned, obsolete, undeslra- Any qualified registered elector ble or unsuitable personal prop- may send a signed wdtten re- erty, in any reasonable rnenner quest for an Absentee Voters determined to be in the belt in- Ballot to the school district terests of the Oistdcla, and clerk's office beginning Febru- FURTHERMORE, the affectlve ary 21,2003 at: Brorson School date of this resolution shall be Distdct Clerk, P.O. Box 145, May 12,2003. Sidney, MT 59270 Any Taxpayer may appeal this Applications for absentee bal- resolution of the TnJ~ee~ at lots will riot be accepted after any time prior to the effective 12:00 Noon, Monday, May 5, date of this Resolution, to the 2003. District court by filing a verified Dated and posted this 1 l th day petition with the clark Of such of April, 2003. Attest: Cad~ Verhasselt, District court and serving a Oopy of such petition upon the Districts, Clerk The petition must set Out in de- Leslie McMitlen, Chairman tail the objections of the peti- tioner to the adoption of the Resolution or to the disposal of the property. The final determi- Advertising Deadlines: Mondays and Thursdays at 2 p.m. nation of the matter will be by the court. Attest: Jacklyn Young Distdct Clerk Fairview School (Publish April 27 & 30, 2003) Copy Paper 500 Sheets| 8 1/2"x 11"-$5,501 Crossword Answer 4/27/2003 II S O R E S [] L A H - P C A U L A L O R A 0 E nil T E R A S IS III O N o u~ N TIe Puzzle April 30, 2003 7 29 34 38 54 CLOES ,CROSS .... 2. Turkish title 3, Margosa tree, tropical Asia 1 South African monetary unit 4. te, remove 5. Philippine island 5. Trends 110. Philippine Island 6. Black calla genus 14. Double curve 7. Matakam call 406- Cell 406-489- Field ,boUt,Tan. ~.~~~-~ Garage Sale Locator Jcking, =ne is 4PM Call -------'---- ,r.'teyr ~~ onFri~ care for the Locator to be Ellery,~~~,,~. p blished ~s wei- 406-742- U on ........ , May 7th ~f. Afford- & casual- .-.. ~ ....... Call 406- [ ~b'0"t-fl'i='~gf ...." ...... i~'6f=ifRE~.~Y ............. "~ii~Vii~ IiGarage Sale! Moving Estate Yard Sale! 414 3rd. Benefit Garage Sale: 419!I " Refri~-appl0. Ilulel 303 3rd St. SE, May St. NE, May 2 & 3; 9AM - S. Ellery, May 2, 3, &4thJI of all ~12; 6:00p.m. - 8 p.m. and 5PM. Bedroom furniture,8AM to ?I modelS.appliancesWe iMay 3; 8:00a.m. - 3:00p.m. washer & dryer, dining I. ~IFurniture, clothes, house- room set(4 chairs, 2 2 Party Garage Sale: 116i! m/p ~llet by the ~ hold items, misc, items, leaves) entertainment cen- N. Ellery, May 2: 8AM tot 'est Hol- tel china hutch, pots, pans, 6Pro, May 3: 8AM to ?, lots the fair- il dishes, bedding, towels, of misc. items. ' womans clothing, matching 1!607 2nd St. SE, May 3rd, end tables. Many more items. En- Will do ~r, chainsaw, and wee- Call I iILols Kalberer, loads of teen Iigirls clothes and misc. I! Huge Moving Sales, 405 11516 3rd Ave. SE, May 3, 7th Ave SW, Fri., May 2, 4- 1!SAM to 3PM 7pro, Sat., May 3, 9 ato- ll 4pro. 1/2 price 2-4, q ........... -----~ ...................................... t ............... 15. Small genus of Eurasian aquatic 8. Inclined perennial herbs 9. Bravo! Bravo{ Bravo! 16. Mirish 10. Ruler 17. Surveyor's concern 11. Abba __, Israeli politician 20. Source of tea leaves 12. Ring 21. Brazilian river 13. Sanskritic language 22. Caused 18. Hereditary genes 23. Sound 19. Company officer, abbr.. 25. Bands 23. Gymnosperm genus 29. Clupeid fish 24. Woods 33. Spirit in The Tempest 25. Flavorsome 34. They think algorithms 26. A sharp narrow ndge found in rugged 35. Garland mountains 36. A solid missile discharged from a 27. Military installations ifirearm 28. Imaginary place 38. Reduced in size 29. Steep cliffs (Hawaiian) 41. Hirobumi _, Japanese Prime Minister 30. Hamamelid dicot genus 31. Della __, singer '42. First Chinese dynasty 44. Bind 32. Thou __ well 45. Covetous 37. Norse god of thunder 48. Put in advance 39. Marking 49. Scarce 40. Before 50. Car mechanics group 43. Institute legal proceedings 51. Inexorable 46. Burst 54. Glyptography 47, Sounded 59, Oates book 48. Uneven in quality, texture, etc. 62, Make barking sounds 50. Went in a stealthy manner 63, Dog 51. Infection 64. Predatory whale 52. Titaness 65. The cardinal compass point that is at 53. Soft-finned fishes 90 degrees 54. Paragon 66. Ill-natured 55. Clod 67. Visible radiation 56. Monetary units 57. South Amencan Indian 58. Old Irish alphabet 'CLUES DOWN 60 Lasting records 61, Not I 1. College army ........ , i