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Local World War II
author at German-
town Library Oct. 15:
The Friends of the
Germantown Community
Library invite the public to
spend an evening with
Eugene Schulz, author of
The Ghost in General
Pattons Third Army: The
Memoirs of Eugene G.
Schulz During His
Service in the United
States Army in World
War II Wednesday, Oct.
15 at 7 p.m. The library is
located at N112
W16957 Mequon Road,
Germantown. This is a
free event.
BY THOMAS J. MCKILLEN
MANAGING EDITOR
Gov. Scott Walker joined employ-
ees of Airgas Inc. Oct. 8 in celebrating
the companys new facility in
Germantown.
According to information from
Airgas, the new 250,000-square foot
facility will include office space as well
as the distribution center while also
serving as the new home for the Airgas
Total Access sales unit that serves
Airgas customers in the midwest and
mountain states.
Information from Airgas states the
company is one of the nation's leading
suppliers of industrial, medical and spe-
cialty gases, and hard goods, such as
welding equipment and related prod-
ucts
In comments to employees that fol-
lowed a tour of the new facility, which
is still under construction, Walker said
the companys growth wouldnt be hap-
pening without the quality of the com-
panys employees.
I thank you for that, because its
not just about a building, its about a
company growing, its about adding
employees, its about adding value, cer-
tainly about adding new workspace.
But (overall), it wouldnt happen without
the quality of the employees here in the
state of Wisconsin for Airgas, they
wouldnt be making that kind of invest-
ment, Walker said.
Walker noted that between July
2013-14, Wisconsin ranked third in the
midwest for private sector job creation
while last months state unemployment
rate was 5.6 percent, the lowest since
October 2008.
That wouldnt happen without
companies without employees like
you, Walker told Airgas staff.
Walker also cited a portion of the
new building devoted to training on
welding. He noted that October is man-
ufacturing month and that Wisconsin is
tied with Indiana for their reliance on
manufacturing as part of the workforce.
He noted that many manufacturing
employees are near retirement and that
there is a challenge and an opportuni-
ty for developing a future workforce in
manufacturing.
What youre doing here is not just
about a building, its not just about
sales, its ultimately about helping more
people live the American dream for
those that work here and the customers
you serve along the way, Walker said.
President of Airgas USA, LLC
Andrew R. Cichocki said making the
Germantown facility possible involved
a collaboration between the state, vil-
lage and construction firms C.G.
Schmidt, Eppstein Uhen Architects, and
Ric Miller Construction Consulting.
Cichocki said the new facility will
be double the size of the current
Germantown facility while also adding
staff from an other facility in the
Milwaukee area. He said 20 employ-
ees will be added at the new facility
now with 60 more to be added over
the next several years.
Airgas President and Chief
Governor tours Germantown business
Airgas celebrates new facility
Gov. Scott Walker speaks during
an Oct. 8 program celebrating
the new Airgas facility in
Germantown. Photo by Thomas J.
McKillen.
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The following report was taken
from records at the Germantown
Police Department.
Disorderly conduct
A female subject was arrested for
disorderly conduct at 5:11 a.m. Sept. 26
following a fight with a coworker at her
place of employment in the N11000 block
of Moldmakers Way.
Drug possession
Two subjects, a male and a female,
were taken into custody for possession of a
controlled substance at 3:48 p.m. Sept. 27
following a traffic stop at Highway 41 and
Holy Hill Road.
Retail theft
A male subject was arrested for
retail theft at Walmart, W190 N9855
Appleton Avenue, at 9:50 p.m. Sept. 24.
A search of the man yielded heroin and he
was conveyed to the county jail for felony
drug possession.
Theft
A male subject reported the theft of
his wallet from his unlocked vehicle in the
W16000 block of Main Street Sept. 25.
Underage alcohol
A male subject was cited for under-
age consumption of alcohol at 1:56 a.m.
Sept. 28 after he was observed walking
near Highway 41 North and Lannon Road
at 1:56 a.m. Sept. 28. He was transported
to the county jail on a probation hold.
Warrants
A male subject was taken into cus-
tody on a Winnebago County Sheriffs
Department warrant and for possession of
marijuana at 8:51 p.m. Sept. 24 during a
traffic stop at Highway 41 and Lannon
Road North.
A female subject was transported
from the Waukesha County Jail to the
Germantown Police Department on a
Germantown warrant at 6:32 a.m. Sept.
26.
GERMANTOWN POLICE BLOTTER
The Germantown Senior Club will
present its annual bazaar on Saturday,
Oct. 25, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., at the senior
center, W162 N11960 Park Avenue.
There will be crafts, a rummage, home-
made bakery for sale and lunch.
Anyone wishing to purchase a table or
sell their crafts or homemade goods may
do so by signing up at the senior center.
The cost of an eight-by-three-foot table
and two chairs is $20. For more infor-
mation, contact the senior center at
(262) 253-7799.
Germantown
Senior Bazaar
set for Oct. 25
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Causes of breast cancer
Studies continue to find lifestyle fac-
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risk. Some studies are looking at the
effect of exercise, weight gain or loss,
and diet on breast cancer risk. We are
also learning more about how genes
influence breast cancer. This should
happen more quickly now that the
human genome has been mapped out.
Radiation treatment
For women who need radiation after
breast-conserving surgery, newer meth-
ods are being studied to see if they work
as well as standard treatments in keeping
breast cancer from coming back. They
can make it easier to get treatment since
the treatment can be done on in a short-
er time.
New chemotherapy drugs
Because advanced breast cancers are
often hard to treat, researchers are look-
ing for newer, better drugs. A drug class
has been developed that targets cancers
caused by BRCA mutations. This class
of drugs is called PARP inhibitors and
they have shown promise in clinical tri-
als treating breast, ovarian, and prostate
cancers that had spread and were resist-
ant to other treatments. Further studies
are being done to see if this drug can
help patients without BRCA mutations.
Targeted therapies
Targeted therapies are a group of
newer drugs that take advantage of gene
changes in cells that cause cancer.
Drugs that target HER2: A number
of drugs are approved to target excess
HER2 protein. Studies are being done to
see how best to use these in treating
early breast cancer. Other drugs that tar-
get the HER2 protein are being tested in
clinical trials. Researchers are also look-
ing at using a vaccine to target the HER2
protein.
Anti-angiogenesis drugs: For can-
cers to grow, blood vessels must be
made to feed the cancer cells. New
drugs are being made that may be useful
in stopping breast cancer growth by
keeping new blood vessels from form-
ing. Some of these drugs are now being
tested in clinical trials.
Other targeted drugs: Everolimus
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seems to help hormone therapy drugs
work better. It is approved to be given
with one certain hormone therapy drug
to treat advanced hormone receptor-pos-
itive breast cancer in women who have
gone through menopause. It has also
been studied with other hormone thera-
py drugs and for treatment of earlier
stage breast cancer.
Other possible targets for new breast
cancer drugs have been identified in
recent years. Drugs based on these tar-
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still in the early stages of clinical trials.
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When you start your vehicle, the instru-
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thing is working properly, the lights go off. On
occasion, however, a light remains on and it is
best that you find your vehicle's handbook
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the light means and if the vehicle is safe to
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some of the more common warning lights and
what you should do in the instance they occur.
The air bag warning light indicates there
is a problem with a crash sensor, an air bag
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to drive. If you are out driving when this
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road, more of the vehicle's weight is
placed on the edges of the tires. This
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This turning causes the edges of the tires
to wear over time. If your tires wear
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tires. If you don't rotate your tires, you'll
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means always having uneven wear on
your wheels. If you replace your tires four
at a time-and keep them rotated regularly-
you'll have even wear on all four.
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the amount of miles you drive each day.
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need to rotate your tires more often than
you visit the dentist for a checkup. A rota-
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7,500 miles. That's often the time for an
oil change, so do some multi-tasking and
get both jobs done at once. Check your
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model.
How to have your tires rotated has
been subject to debate similar to the dis-
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check your owner's manual to see if
there's a specific method recommended
for your model of vehicle. If there isn't,
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as flossing. One method is to move the
front driver's side tire to the back driver's
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passenger's side. The front passenger's
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By Ralph Lee
There's enough not to like about winter
without having your car break down on the
road. Take these steps while the weather is
warmer so your body temperature doesn't
rise because of car problems when the tem-
peratures drop.
Manual labor
Break out your owner's manual, grab an
iced tea (remember, you're doing this while
it's still warm out) and find a comfy chair.
Now, read your manual and make sure
you've been doing all the recommended
maintenance to this point. Get the things
done that you've neglected and make an
appointment to have anything done that's
required in the immediate future. Anything
that's a problem now (hard starts, stalling,
rough idling) can be exacerbated by haz-
ardous winter conditions.
An ounce of prevention
Do a little investigative snooping under
the hood to prevent trouble before it starts.
Check your belts and hoses for wear. Make
sure all your fluids are topped off, including
the all-important windshield washer reser-
voir. When was the last time your anti-freeze
was changed? If you don't know, it may be
past time. Don't forget the battery. Remove
your terminals and use warm water and bak-
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There's nothing worse than having every-
thing mechanically sound only to find your
vehicle won't start because the battery is
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It's a blizzard outside, but you're warm
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By Tresa Erickson
"What are you going to all of that trou-
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she hears you making an appointment with
a service station to have your tires inspect-
ed. Unlike your sister who lives in the
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winters can be harsh. In order to ensure
you get where you need to this winter, you
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Good tires can make all of the differ-
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By Ralph Lee
You may not know what end of a
wrench to hold, but anybody can get a grip
on these helpful car care tips.
Get the soap
Perhaps the simplest thing to do to take
care of your car is to wash it on a regular
basis. Washing your car once a week can
help keep at bay the bugs, tar and other
debris that can build up over time. Given a
foothold, these things can become nearly
impossible to clean off. If you can't manage
a once-a-week wash, try for once a month.
If you can't manage once a month and you
have kids, hire 'em out.
Check the oil. Stat!
Your car's oil is like its blood. It needs to
be checked regularly. Check your owner's
manual for the type of oil your car uses and
where the oil dipstick under the hood is
located. At least once a month, check your
oil level. Top it off if necessary. All you need
is the oil, a funnel and some paper towels to
clean up any mess.
And while you're checking the oil...
Your car has other fluids that need to be
checked every so often as well. These
include automatic transmission fluid,
coolant (anti-freeze), brake fluid, differen-
tial oil and power steering fluid. Consult
your owner's manual for the location of
these fluid reservoirs. Check their levels
periodically, top them off when necessary
and have them changed when your manual
indicates.
Hold the grease
You're keeping the outside of your car
looking sharp with regular washings, but
how about under the hood? Head to your
local auto parts store and check out the
variety of degreasers available. Follow the
directions and watch your engine sparkle.
An added benefit to having a clean engine
is it makes it easier to locate any trouble
spots (e.g., leaks).
Windshield woes
Between washings your windshield may
get dirty from rain or snowstorms or our
fine-feathered friends. A clean windshield is
crucial to safe driving. Virtually any kind of
glass cleaner and lint-free towel will have
your windshield sparkling in no time. Don't
forget the inside of the windshield as well.
Also check and clean your windows as
necessary.
Out, out, damned spot
It's no fun noticing a spot or two on your
windshield that you want to clean off and
finding out you're out of washer fluid or,
worse yet, your wipers are worn out. Wiper
blades should be changed about once a
year. Check your washer fluid level when
you check the oil.
Lots of lights
There's nothing worse than looking in
your rearview mirror and seeing the flash-
ing lights of a police car behind you.
Sometimes the reason for a traffic stop is as
simple as a missing headlight or taillight.
Avoid this problem by doing a periodic
walkaround of your car to make sure all
lighting systems are functioning. Don't for-
get the light illuminating your license plate.
Inside the vehicle, make sure all your interi-
or lights are working properly.
Inflation situation
Under- or over-inflated tires can be a
dangerous-and sometimes deadly-situation.
Tires improperly inflated wear out faster
and can rob you of the gas mileage you
deserve. Check your owner's manual for
the proper amount of pressure your tires
need. Get in the habit of checking each
tire's pressure at regular intervals. You
could be saving your life and you will save
money.
Basic car care steps
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By Sam Erickson
With colder temperatures coming, you
might be thinking about making some addi-
tions that will help your home and your pock-
etbook get through the winter unscathed.
Many people automatically think of drafty
places in the home like doorsills or older win-
dows. Its a great idea to pay attention to
these, but insulation actually has a much
greater effect. Rather than a quick draft, poor
insulation is like a slow sieve, leaking energy
at every surface of your home. Fall is the per-
fect time to install more insulation in your
home.
The first step is to find out how much insu-
lation you actually have. Crawl up in to your
attic and look at the depth of the insulation
there. That can offer you a clue about the
quality of the rest of the insulation in your
home. There are also numerous organizations
that will come out and do a home energy
audit for you. Having an energy audit is a
good idea for a number of reasons, including
the fact that it will reveal the quality of insula-
tion in hard-to-check places like inside your
walls.
These days, youve got several options
for home insulation. Most people think of
giant rolls of pink, and these rolls or batts are
still readily available. Made of fiberglass or
rock wool, they are easy to install and rela-
tively cheap. They are also cut to standard
widths to fit between wall studs or floor joists
in the ceiling. You might also look into profes-
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foam-in-place insulation. Loose-fill insulation
can be blown into place, making it useful for
odd-shaped places like roofs or ducting
where it can be difficult to install other kinds
of insulation. Rigid foam can be applied to
exterior walls and has a higher R-rating
based on thickness.
Each type of insulation is given an R-rat-
ing, essentially a measure of how much resist-
ance to heat flow the product has. As you do
your research, youll quickly learn the R-val-
ues of different types of insulation. Remember
that these are based on depth as well, and
the resistance to heat will change based on
how much material you put into your house.
Each region of the country has different
recommendations for the amount of insulation
you should have, so check with your contrac-
tor before proceeding to maximize your
investment. Insulation is one of the most effec-
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investment than other options. In addition to
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VILLAGE OF GERMANTOWN
For your convenience the Village Public Works Department is
scheduling a Fall brush pick-up starting the second Monday in October
(October 13, 2014). Although this process will take approximately 2
weeks to complete, we will not be extending the pick-up, or picking up
brush that is put out after Sunday, October 12, 2014.
Limbs shall be no more than 6 foot in length and placed at the curb with
the trunk facing the street for easier handling. Please tie branches 2 or
smaller into bundles no larger than 2 feet in diameter using twine or light
rope. Your cooperation with this will greatly increase the efficiency at
which we can pick up the brush. Brush in containers WILL NOT be
picked up as too often there is yardwaste in the bottom of the
container. Yardwaste and leaves are not included in
the pick-up. We encourage you to take your
yardwaste to the Recycling Center.
Please be aware that raking leaves into the
street area is against Village Ordinance and
the Village of Germantown WILL NOT pick
up such leaves. Again, we encourage you to
take your leaves to the Recycling Center.
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Executive Officer Michael L. Molinini said
the company has been in Germantown since
1996 and have known about a week after
we moved in that what we had was too
small. Weve been waiting patiently for so
long to get around to dealing with this as
weve supported growth in other parts of the
US and now its your time.
Molinini thanked Gov. Walker, Village
President Dean Wolter and residents and
civic associations in the village for their sup-
port.
Wolter welcomed Airgas employees to
the new facility. Wolter said the planning
and development of the facility has occurred
over the past two years.
Today is the culmination of all the plans
and many, many meetings so that we can
stand here today and look at this beautiful
building behind us a beautiful building
thats perfect in a perfect place, Wolter
said. Some said this building would never
be built, others said it would be built but not
in Germantown. Ive always believed this
building would be built in Germantown.
Wolter cited the winning team includ-
ing Airgas officials. He thanked the company
distribution facility in Germantown and their
continued support in the community.
Wolter also thanked two officials at the
Department of Natural Resources (DNR) for
their assistance in addressing wetland miti-
gation applications that allowed the facility
to be constructed. He also thanked village
staff and construction teams on the project.
Wolter also cited the use of a tax incre-
mental finance (TIF) district for the area that
helped developed the business park for the
facility. He noted that within the past four
years, many companies have expanded in
the village, many of them using Airgas prod-
ucts.
Gov. Walker has helped provide the
right economic environment for this to occur.
Gov. Walker and the state Legislature have
made the right decision, providing tools to
Germantown and all communities in
Wisconsin the ability to attract new business
and for its current businesses to grow and
add jobs, Wolter said.
From page 1
...Airgas facility
Gov. Scott Walker (third from left) talks with officials from Airgas Inc. during a tour
of the companys new facility in Germantown Oct. 8. Photo by Thomas J.
McKillen.
By Nikki Ackerman
Staff Writer
A one-day show that supports area chari-
ties, the 32nd annual A Community
Affairthe major fundraiser of Menomonee
Falls service organization Community
Leaguewill take place on Saturday, Oct. 18
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Menomonee Falls
High School, W142 N8101 Merrimac Drive,
Menomonee Falls. All proceeds go to chari-
ties. Admission is $4.
The high school gym and cafeteria will be
transformed into an intricately-decorated area
of 100 exhibitors featuring tables of arts,
crafts, collectibles and treasures. All exhibitors
are on one level for the convenience of the
shopper. (Strollers are not permitted.)
It is the wide array of vendors, both new
and returning, that sets this event apart from
others of its kind, said exhibitor chair Kathy
Kirtchen.
The best thing is our variety, she said.
We limit our numbers of types of exhibitors.
For example, we dont have 100 jewelry
booths. We have holiday decorations, garden
items, metal art, home decor, the latest and
greatest in fashion and so much more. There is
so much variety.
The fair will also include other special fea-
tures: free massages from Rivercrest
Chiropractic; $5 appraisals by certified per-
sonal property appraiser Barbara Eash, who
will be giving verbal appraisals for all items
except stamps and coins (two-item limit; pho-
tographs are acceptable); cash raffles of
$500, $200 and $100 (tickets are $2 each,
three for $5, or six for $10; and themed buck-
et/basket raffles.
The events well-known cafe area will fea-
ture sloppy joe sandwiches, Community
Leagues famous chicken salad, hot dogs,
taco nachos, popcorn, and homemade
desserts. The Pastries N More section will
be offering fresh-baked pies, cakes, quick
breads, decorated cookies, bars and hand-
made candies.
The lunch is wonderful and our baked
goods are wonderful, Kirtchen said. The
food is a big draw for everybody.
Attendees can also enjoy browsing and
bidding on the silent auction itemseach
exhibitor has offered a piece for the auc-
tionin the Market Square area.
Overall the event will be an experience to
remember, said Kirtchen.
We know its going to be a spectacular
show because we have worked hard all year
long, she said. It is amazing to see. The gym
is just beautiful.
Proceeds from the show will benefit numer-
ous local and greater metro charities, as well
as scholarships and civic projects. Over
$800,000 has been donated to charities
since the shows inception more than three
decades ago.
We give to so many different groups,
families and organizations, Kirtchen said.
This show is our main way of helping all of
them out.
For more information, one can contact the
Community League Hotline at (414) 581-
0352, visit www.communityleague.com or
email cleague@communityleague.com.
A free shuttle bus will be available from
the high school and stadium parking lots.
Community Leagues A Community Affair set for Oct. 18
Health care, real estate
programs at Senior Center
The Germantown Senior Center will be
offering free classes on the changes to health
insurance seniors will soon encounter.
United Healthcare: As Medicare open
enrollment approaches, United Healthcare is
offering two free informational
classesWednesdays, Oct. 15 and Nov. 12
at 9 a.m.
Realty program: A EXIT Realty presen-
tation called Selling Your Home in Todays
Market 101 will be offered Wednesday,
Oct. 22 at 10 a.m.
Medicare: A Medicare class with
Jennifer Fechter from the Washington County
ADRC will be offered Thursday, Oct. 23, 1 to
3 p.m., and Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2 to 4 p.m.
Class will explore the new options available
regarding Medicare Advantage and prescrip-
tion drug plans. One must be 60 or older to
register.
To make a reservation, stop in at Senior
Center or call (262) 253-7799.
Imagination Theatre to open sea-
son with Drop Dead! Oct. 24
Imagination Theatre of Germantown
opens its eighth season just in time for
Halloween with the murder mystery farce
Drop Dead! running one weekend Oct. 24-
26 at the Lutheran Church of the Living Christ,
W156N10660 Pilgrim Road, Germantown.
Dates and times are:
Friday, Oct. 24 at 7 p.m.; Saturday,
Oct. 25 at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.; and Sunday,
Oct. 26 at 3 p.m.
The play is recommended for mature audi-
ences. Tickets are $12. Individual tickets are
on sale now and can be ordered by mail at
P.O. Box 271, Germantown, WI 53022, by
check; online at www.itogonline.org by credit
card; by phone: (262) 957-0399; or in per-
son half hour prior to curtain on show week-
ends. For more information, visit us at
www.itogonline.org .
News & Events
Around the village and county
The village of Germantown is looking for
additional election inspectors/poll workers for
the upcoming election.
Poll workers are responsible for election
procedures in the polling place in which they
are assigned. These procedures include, but
are not limited to: helping to open the polls;
registering voters; issuing ballots; providing
assistance to voters; explaining the use of vot-
ing equipment; closing the polling location;
and delivery of election returns.
Training is required and provided by the
Office of the Village Clerk. This training will
provide the necessary information and knowl-
edge to be a successful election inspector. On
Election Day, inspectors will start at approxi-
mately 6 a.m. and work until the completion of
their duties after the polls close.
Requirements to be an election inspector:
be an adult citizen of the United States who
resides in Washington County; be able to
speak, read and write fluently in English; have
strong clerical skills and be able to solves
problems and be an effective communicator;
work as a team; not a candidate for any office
or being voted on at the polling location dur-
ing the election; enjoy people and service to
others.
Anyone wishing to sign up or have ques-
tions asked can contact the Village Clerks
office at (262) 250-4740.
Germantown seeking poll workers
CROSSWAY CHURCH
W156 N10041 Pilgrim Rd, Germantown.
Sunday morning worship services at 9:00am
& 10:45am. (262) 255-0702
info@crosswaygt.org www.crosswaygt.org
FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH
W172 N11187 Division Rd, Germantown.
Pastor Thomas Kaul. (262) 251-8250. Times
of worship: Mondays 6:30pm, Sundays 9am.
WEST ALLIS
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF WEST ALLIS
1576 S. 78th St. 414-258-7400. Bible study for
all ages at 9am. Worship at 10:15am with nurs-
ery care provided. www.firstbaptistwestallis.org
JACKSON
STILL WATERS COMMUNITY
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
3617 Scenic Rd., Jackson 262-677-1311
www.stillwaterschurch.com
Contemporary Services. Worship: Saturday
5pm, Sunday 9 & 10:30am. Staffed Nursery
& Sunday School provided at all services.
HUBERTUS
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CHURCH & SCHOOL - WELS
Corner of Hubertus Rd. & Tally Ho Trail.
Pastor Mike Helwig (262) 628-2550x208.
School: K3-8th grade and Day Care 3 years+.
Services: Thursdays 7pm; Sundays 8am &
10:30am; 9:15am Bible Study and Sunday
School. www.crownoflifeonline.com
LUTHERAN CHURCH
OF THE PRINCE OF PEACE
Good Hope & Pilgrim Roads - Menomonee
Falls. Rev. Thomas Engler. Worship: Thurs-
day 6:30pm and Sunday 8:00am & 10:30am.
Sunday School & Bible Study 9:15am. 262-
251-3360. Handicap accessible.
www.popmf.com
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LIFE CHURCH
Services Times - Saturday 4:30pm; Sunday
9:00am & 10:45am. Childrens Service &
Nursery Provided. All services at
Germantown Market Place - Squire &
Mequon Rd. 262.251.5050
www.lifechurchwi.com
MENOMONEE FALLS
EMMANUEL COMMUNITY
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
N84W16707 Menomonee Ave. 262-251-3830
Traditional Worship Sundays 8:30 & 10:00
AM; Christian Education 8:30am. Nursery
available at all services.
www.ec-umc.com
GRACE EV. LUTHERAN CHURCH
W196 N9525 Cross View Way, Menomonee
Falls, 262-251-0670. Worship Sat 5:00pm;
Sun 8:00, 9:30 & 11:00am; JAM Sunday
School 9:30am; Traditional & Contemporary
Worship; www.grace-connect.org. Come join
us - Grace feels like home!
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The Germantown boys cross country
team finished third at the Fond du Lac
Invitational Oct. 3 while Menomonee Falls
finished sixth.
Germantown was led by Jake DuFrane,
who finished fifth overall with a time of
16:30. He was followed by Craig Reese in
13th (16:57), Brady Sheridan in 18th
(17:05), Jake Garvey in 25th (17:20), Nick
Foti in 34th (17:35), Evan Adair in 37th
(17:42) and Dylan Ayer in 40th (17:49).
Menomonee Falls was led by Josh
Hindman, who finished eighth with a time of
16:41. He was followed by Brandon
Schinker in 27th (17:23), Cooper Dozzi in
31st (17:29), Jayce Kolinski in 36th
(17:39), Kevin Larkin in 47th (17:57), Brian
Guiffre in 49th (18), Tom Goihl in 51st
(18:01) and Owen Stenger in 65th (17:27).
In the girls competition Germantown fin-
ished fifth while Menomonee Falls finished
12th.
Germantown was led by Alyssa
Goesch, who finished fourth with a time of
19:08. She was followed by Brianna
Klopfer in finished 23rd (19:53), Molly Bau
in 38th (20:29), Jennifer Lindgren in 39th
(20:30), Calli Lemke in 44th (20:47), Lucy
Delain in 49th (21:11) and Emily
Betthauser in 51st (21:11).
Menomonee Falls was led by Juliette
Schefelker, who finished in 52nd with a
time of 21:12.
The Hamilton boys cross country team
finished eighth at the Racine Case Eagle
Invite run at UW-Parkside Oct. 4. Hamilton
was led by Josh Desorcy, who finished 12th
with a time of 16:43.5. He was followed by
Tyler Voelzke in 38th (17:21.5), Steven
Smith in 41st (17:24.2), Eric Downs in 55th
(17:39.9), Sean Thompson in 72nd
(18:03.5), Ben Burke in 77th (18:12.1),
Michael Swope in 81st (18:16.5) and
Nicholas Schmidt in 83rd (18:21.8).
The Hamilton girls team finished seventh
at the event. The Chargers were led by
Emma Woelfel, who finished 26th with a
time of 20:20.1. She was followed by Rachel
Jeffers in 33rd (20.37.1), Riley Swope in 41st
(21), Carolyn Troutman in 43rd (21:05.3),
Megan Jansett in 51st (21:21.4), Chelsea
Parker in 52nd (21:21.7), Ella VanHaren in
58th (21.40.6) and Hannah Jeffers in 59th
(21.42). Also running for Hamilton were
Katelyn Schneider in 67th (22:01) and Eilan
Selin in 70th (22:12.7).
Cross country: Germantown
boys third at Fond du Lac Invite
The Menomonee Falls foot-
ball team gave students another
thing to cheer for on homecoming
week: A playoff berth.
The Indians scored twice off
West Allis Central turnovers on
the way to a 30-0 win over the
Bulldogs Oct. 3.
"I can't say enough about
these players and these coaches
overcoming all the adversity and
everything to be where they are
right now big homecoming
win," Menomonee Falls Coach
John Baker said afterward. "They
really played hard."
Baker mentioned there were
players who were not available
due to injures and said the win
was "a great overall team effort."
Central stopped Menomonee
Falls opening drive so it was the
defense that got Menomonee
Falls on the board, as Tom Paul
recovered the fumble from a later-
al and returned it 18 yards for a
touchdown at the 4:07 mark of
the first quarter.
Menomonee Falls defense and penal-
ties stopped the Bulldogs next drive,
prompting a third down quick kick by Will
Konecny that gave Menomonee Falls the
ball at their own 19-yard line. Menomonee
Falls started a 19-play drive that ended
with a 31-yard field goal by Connor Flanik
at the 4:54 mark of the second quarter.
The teams traded possession for most of
the third quarter until Menomonee Falls
started a 57-yard drive that ended with a 1-
yard touchdown by Bryce McMurtry at the
2:53 mark of the third quarter to give
Menomonee Falls at 24-0 lead.
Menomonee Falls next drive was
stopped by Central at the Indians 7-yard
line but the Indians defense forced the
Bulldogs into a punt, with Menomonee Falls
starting a drive on their own 41-yard line
that ended with a 14-yard touchdown run
by McMurtry at the 7:02 mark. Jacob
Texiera finished the scoring for
Menomonee Falls when he intercepted a
Central pass and returned it 45-yards for a
touchdown.
With the win, Menomonee Falls quali-
fied for the playoffs for the third straight
season.
"Our ultimate goal is to keep making
the playoffs every year but if we keep get-
ting better you never know what can hap-
pen," Baker said.
Hamilton 17, West Allis Hale 10:
Hamilton held off a late run by the Huskies
to get their second Greater Metro
Conference win of the season while holding
a 2-5 overall mark. Hamilton's touchdowns
came on a 1-yard run by Mike Barnes at
the 5:34 mark of the first quarter and a 11-
yard run by Sam Herriges at the 6:48 mark
of the third quarter.
Germantown lost twice to Divine
Savior Holy Angels (DSHA) at the
Menomonee Falls Invitational Oct. 4.
The Warhawks opened the day with
a 25-20, 19-25, 11-15 loss to the
Dashers. Germantown rebounded with
a 25-21, 25-19 win over Kettle Moraine
Lutheran and followed that with a 25-
16, 25-6 win over West Allis Hale Oct.
4.
In the semifinal, Germantown beat
Greendale 25-19, 25-17. Germantown
then finished the day with a 20-25, 25-
19 loss to DSHA.
Afterward, Germantown Coach Ted
Gollakner said he was pleased with his
teams performance at the invite.
"They played with a lot of energy,
really picked it up against DSHA. They
learned that they can compete with one
of the best teams in the state," Gollakner
said. "I think that's only going to help us
down the road."
The second place finish at the Falls
Invite came a week after a 13th place
finish at the Lynne LaPorte Sprawl in
West Bend. Gollakner said that at the
Sprawl, the difference between a win or
loss were a few mistakes at any point
during the set.
"Obviously, we need to get a little
better. A few things were exposed
against DSHA," Gollakner said. "What
we have to control is stopping the runs
of three or more (points). They had too
many runs or three or more, that dug our
hole for us.
In morning play, Menomonee Falls
lost to Greendale 21-25, 25-27 while
posting wins against Middleton (18-25,
25-18, 15-13) and New Berlin West
(25-18, 25-21). In the semifinals,
Menomonee Falls lost to DSHA 23-25,
23-25 and finished the day with a 23-
25, 25-21 , 14-16 loss to Greendale.
Afterward, Menomonee Falls Coach
J.C. Bruns said his team has to increase
its offense.
"They're trying, which is why we're
so close. It's frustrating, but it's also a
good thing since we're not that far away
-- we just can't over that hump," Bruns
said.
Bruns said a similar pattern occurred
the previous weekend at the Sprawl,
which included wins over Germantown
and Westosha Central.
"Everything comes down to a couple
of points here or there. Unfortunately,
it's a couple of points we don't finish on
that ultimately leads to us not winning a
game," Bruns said.
Menomonee Falls has two week-
night conference matches left before the
conference tournament and the postsea-
son begins.
"We want to be the kind of team
people don't want to play in the play-
offs, that's where we want to be. We
might get a much lower seed than we
normally get, and that's fine," Bruns
said. "We want to be good enough at
the end where we might surprise peo-
ple.
Menomonee Falls quarterback Bryce McMurtry
receives a play call from an assistant coach dur-
ing the home game against West Allis Central
Oct. 2. Photo by Thomas J. McKillen.
Football: Falls qualifies for playoffs
Girls volleyball: Germantown
second at Falls invite
Menomonee Falls is seeded first in its
postseason regional bracket.
Postseason brackets were released by
the WIAA last week. Menomonee Falls will
face Manitowoc Lincoln at 7 p.m. Oct. 14.
Hamilton is seeded second and will host
Milwaukee Riverside.
Germantown is seeded sixth and will
play at Oshkosh West at the same time.
In Division 4, Kettle Moraine Lutheran is
ranked first in its bracket and will open play
Oct. 14 against the winner of the Cedar
Grove/Belgium vs. Living Word Lutheran
match on Oct. 11.
Early week results: Germantown had a
2-3 North Shore Conference record and a
8-10 overall mark following a 2-0 win over
Port Washington Oct. 7. Zachary Knudson
and Jacob Agbius both scored for
Germantown. Also on Oct. 7, Menomonee
Falls and Hamilton played to a scoreless
tie. Afterward, Hamilton had a 1-2-3
Greater Metro Conference record and 7-6-
4 overall mark while Menomonee Falls had
a 3-2-2 Greater Metro Conference record
and a 14-2-3 overall mark.
Boys soccer: Falls seeded first
in regional bracket
Lef t photo: Lincoln Gruber and Kellie Szopinski were named
Germantown High School Homecoming King and Queen Sept. 26.
Members of the Germantown Homecoming Court are Lucas Deubler,
Joe Lemerond , Steven Doran, Tyler Kloss, Connor Schulz,
Alexander Petruzates , Morgan Brummer, Madeline
Heupel, Keelyn MacGregor, Kelli Paluch, Machelle
Tuszynski and Olivia Foht. Top photo: The Menomonee
Falls Homecoming Court was introduced during an Oct. 2
assembly. Members of the court are Anna Kemnitz, Eric
Clough, Josh Karls, Rebecca Novak, Morgan Richards,
Emon Khadem, Will Genthe, Hannah Yohnk, Alex Eastman
and Jami Lessila. Photos by Thomas J. McKillen.
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1000-1999 Notices
1002 Coming
Events
WAUKESHA EXPO
MARKET
S.E. Wisconsins Fastest
Growing/ Antiques/Art
Crafts/ Collectibles/ Home
Party/Flea Market show!
SAT. Oct. 11th, 9-4pm
SUN. Oct. 12th 9, 9-3pm
FREE PARKING
$5 admission or
$3 + 2 can goods each for
Hunger Task Force
WAUKESHA COUNTY
EXPO ARENA
1000 Northview Rd.
Waukesha, WI
Info: Jeff 414-587-8225
**WE ARE BACK**
1005 Legal Notices
STATE OF WISCONSIN
CIRCUIT COURT
WAUKESHA COUNTY
PennyMac Loan Services,
LLC 6101 Condor Dr., Suite
200 Moorpark, CA 93021
Plaintiff, vs. Gregory B.
Gibbons 26209 S Grapefruit
Dr. Queen Creek, AZ 85142-
9471 Jane Doe Gibbons
26209 S Grapefruit Dr.
Queen Creek, AZ 85142-
9471 Defendants.
PUBLICATION SUMMONS
Case Co. 14-CV-01529 The
Honorable Linda Marie Van
De Water Case Code 30404
(Foreclosure of Mortgage)
The amount claimed
exceeds $10,000.00. THE
STATE OF WISCONSIN To
each person named above
as a defendant: You are
hereby notified that the
plaintiff named above has
filed a lawsuit or other legal
action against you. Within
40 days after October 16,
2014 you must respond with
a written demand for a copy
of the complaint. The
demand must be sent or
delivered to the court, whose
address is 515 W. Moreland
Blvd., Waukesha, WI 53188-
2428 and to Gray &
Associates, L.L.P., plaintiffs
attorney, whose address is
16345 West Glendale Drive,
New Berlin, WI 53151-2841.
You may have an attorney
help or represent you. If you
do not demand a copy of the
complaint within 40 days, the
court may grant judgment
against you for the award of
money or other legal action
requested in the complaint,
and you may lose your right
to object to anything that is
or may be incorrect in the
complaint. A judgment may
be enforced as provided by
law. A judgment awarding
money may become a lien
again any real estate you
own now or in the future, and
may also be enforced by
garnishment or seizure of
property. Dated this 7th day
of October, 2014. Gray &
Associates, L.L.P. Attorneys
for Plaintiff By: William N.
Foshag State Bar No.
1020417 16345 West
Glendale Drive New Berlin,
WI 53151-2841 (414) 224-
1987 Gray & Associates,
L.L.P. is attempting to collect
a debt and any information
obtained will be used for that
purpose. If you have
previously received a
discharge in a chapter 7
bankruptcy case, this
communication should not
be construed as an attempt
to hold you personally liable
for the debt.
The Express News
recommends that care be
taken in answering ads that
sound too good to be true.
The Express News assumes
no responsibility. Answer at
your own risk.
2000-2999
Services
2003 Cement/
Masonry
CONCRETE SERVICE
Small jobs: driveways,
patios, sidewalks, color
concrete, yard drain
systems, grading, top soil.
Licensed/ Insured. 262-
246-0529/ 414-218-2045
Jim
2008 Financial
Services
*****A NOTICE TO
CONSUMERS: Persons
who arrage or improve
credit must be registered
with the Wisconsin Office
of Commissioner of
Banking. For further
information contact (800)
452-debt
2012 Home
Improvement
SIDING, WINDOWS,
Gutters & Roofs. Call for
Estimate. 262-502-1050
Quality Home Improvements
2014 Landscaping
ALBERTS
CONTRACTING
Com./Res. Snow services,
brick paver patios/ walkways,
retaining walls, seeding,
sodding, mulching, pruning
& much more. Free
Estimates. BBB Accredited
Clint 414-659-6757
KLEEN KUTS LAWN
Service. Bushes/ trees
trimmed & removed,
retaining walls, seeding
/sodding, lawn cutting,
thatching, Spring clean-up,
gutter cleaning. Drain Tiles
Total Landscaping
Commercial/ Residential
Free Estimates. 262-613-
6996
2021 Roofing
FALL GUTTER CLEANING
and roof repairs. Free
estimate. Insured and
Bonded. Call 262-442-5913
ROOFING & CHIMNEYS
Tear-offs, re-roofs, rubber
roofs. Chimney repairs,
rebuilds, tuckpointing,
flashings. Gutter cleaning &
more. Free Estimates.
Licensed, Insured. 262-442-
5913
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TREE & SHRUB SERVICE
Trimming & removal. Over
20 Years working with you
and for you. Including fall
gutter cleaning. Call John
414-963-6134
3000-3999 For
Sale
3000 For Sale
MOTORCYCLE JACKET
Black, Large, NEVER
WORN! Zipper pockets,
fringes, very sharp looking.
Asking $200/ OBO 414-
764-2377 or 414-762-0113
3010 Cemetery
Plots
DOUBLE WIDE CRYPT IN
prestigious main building of
Wisconsin Memorial Park in
Brookfield. Retail price is
$30,000, asking $15,000/
OBO. Call 262-226-9143
4000-4999
Rummage
4016 Rummage
Menomonee Falls
RUMMAGE/GARAGE SALE
Thurs. Oct. 16th - Sat. Oct.
18th, 7am-4pm. Antiques,
furniture, queen size
bedding & much more!
4017 Rummage
Sussex
DOUBLE ESTATE SALE
Antiques, toys, tools,
glassware, furniture, Blue
Mountain Pottery,
princess house, Avon
glassware, Beauty Salon
hair dryers and supplies,
& more! Oct. 17th-19th,
10-5pm. No Early Sales!
Cash Only! N88 W24498
N. Lisbon Rd. Sussex (1/2
mile East of Hillside Rd.)
5000-5049 Rentals
5023 Apts -
Menomonee Falls
BRIGHT, SMOKE FREE
Falls 2 Bedroom Upper: has
range, refrigerator, air
conditioner, laundry hook-
ups, storage locker, NO 4
legged pets! $650 262-251-
0345. An Etzel Property
6000-6049 Real
Estate for Sale
6000 Real Estate
PUBLISHERS NOTICE: All
real estate advertised in this
newspaper is subject to
Federal Fair Housing Act of
1968 which makes it illegal
to advertise any preference,
limitation or discrimination
based on sex, race, color,
religion, national origin,
marital status, lawful source
of income, age handicap,
sex orientation, ancestries,
or familiar status, or an
intention to make any such
preference limitation or
discrimination. This
newspaper will not
knowingly accept any
advertising for real estate
which is in violation of the
law. Our readers are hereby
informed that all dwellings
advertised in this newspaper
are available on an equal
opportunity basis.
7000-7999
Automotive
7000 Autos for Sale
1982 3 QTR. TON CHEVY
Pick-up, white and black, 6.2
with 45,000 miles on rebuilt
Turbo 400 Transmission, 4
Lift Kit, New Tin. $14,000/
OBO 262-251-7007
1982 3 QTR. TON CHEVY
Pick-up. 6.2 with 10,000
miles on rebuilt Turbo 400
Transmission, 4 Lift Kit, New
Tin. $6,500/ OBO 262-251-
7007
1985 SUBURBAN 454
Engine Turbo 400
Transmission from L.A.
$4,500/ OBO 262-251-7007
1988 FORD LPD CROWN
Vic. Four door, V8,
automatic, electric doors and
windows, new shocks, gas
tank and brakes. Must sell!
$3,950/ OBO 262-377-5980
1988 GRAND MARQUIS
LS. Florida car. Never any
rust anywhere. Original solid
loaded. Everything works!
135k miles. Interior like new!
Good tires. Drives/ rides
beautiful. Have owners
manual . Good investment!
New lowered price by $1,00
to $2,900, Negotiable. 262-
309-2114
2002 TOYOTA COROLLA
LE Good condition, 154k
miles, beige interior &
exterior, sunroof, newer tires
& brakes. Original owner.
Asking $3,300. 262-442-
6077
FOR SALE: 1986 NISSAN
300ZX T-Tops, Gray, Stick.
$1,200. Call 262-338-6236
7053 Autos Wanted
8000-8999
Employment
8000 Employment
THE MAIDS HOME
CLEANING $100 Bonus,
Full Time Days M-F, Valid
Drivers License, Pd.
Training, Pd. Vacation, Pd.
Holiday, Advancement,
Bilingual an asset. 262-
251-9739
8009 Sales/
Marketing
8010 Skilled Trade
EXPERIENCED PAINTER
Must be experienced in new
home construction spraying
woodwork, etc. Steady year
round work. Wages vary
based on experience. Call
920-538-3426
8011 Seasonal
Employment
SNOW PLOW DRIVER
needed. Must have good
driving record. Lawn care
help also for spring season.
Call, Trevor 262-255-7457
BEAUTY CENTER
2731 W Forest Home
Ave.
414-383-9777
We carry: Avon, Jafra,
Zermat, & many more
cosmetics. Also, we
carry clothing, perfume,
& jewelry.
Mention ad, get 10%
discount!
ISR
CASH
for
JUNK CARS
414-393-8542
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453-9390
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Horses Noon. Consignments
start Friday, 10/17 from 9am-
7pm and on Saturday, 10/18 at
9am. NO CALL IN
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GUNS/HUNTING GEAR
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TOMAH, WI. Fri. 3-8:30pm, Sat.
9-5pm, Sun. 9-3pm. Info: 563-
608-4401, or
www.marvkrauspromotions.net
VIROQUA GUN SHOW Oct. 24
& 25. Vernon Cty. Fairgrounds,
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Sat. 8am-4pm. Adm. $5. BUY-
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Aeration Systems also available.
www.roeselerfishfarm.com 920-
696-3090
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Ad Network) and/or the member
publications review ads to the
best of their ability. Unfortunately,
many unscrupulous people are
ready to take your money!
PLEASE BE CAREFUL
ANSWERING ANY AD THAT
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to file a complaint regarding an
ad, please contact The
Department of Trade, Agriculture
& Consumer Protection 1-800-
422-7128
BUSINESS FOR SALE
L-7546: WELL ESTABLISHED
HARDWARE STORE w/newer
building in Marion, WI. Good
income $250,000.00 Contact
Nolan Sales LLC, Marion WI
800-472-0290
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7261 Hwy. 60 West, Hartford, WI 53027
262-709-4444 Email: hr@helgesen.com
Website: www.helgesen.com
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Fall Into A New Career!
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Benefits include:
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Full Insurance Benefit Package after 60 days, Company paid Life
Insurance and Short Term Disability Insurance
In addition to great benefits, we support employee
development and offer cross-training opportunities.
Send your resume or apply in person at:
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Maintenance
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Mold Making
NOW ACCEPTING
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search:
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Hwy 60, Jackson
1 mile east
of Hwy 45
CHESTERS
CHICKEN
OF
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LOF
TECHNICIAN
$500 Hiring Bonus
Full-Time. Experience preferred. Must
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good driving record. Please contact Janet
Hoffmeister at 262-255-6000 for an
interview.
Ernie von Schledorn
Menomonee Falls
SKILLED TRADES
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We are seeking a career minded, experienced Electro-Mechanical
Technician to join our team. Responsibilities included the installation,
service, repair and preventative maintenance of the Corrugator and
Conveyor systems in a state of the art facility. This position is for 2nd or
3rd shift.
Preferred qualifications include but are not limited to: 2-3 years of
Electro-Mechanical Automation System Installation & Troubleshooting
Experience; operational knowledge of automated industrial machinery
which includes: motors, servos, drives, relays 3 phase power,
communication devices, industrial/electronic controls and power
transmission systems; good understanding of hydraulic and pneumatic
systems; strong troubleshooting and problem solving ability with
practical, mechanical and electrical aptitude; must be able to read and
interpret both electrical and mechanical drawings; must be fully
computer literal with Microsoft environment; excellent written and
verbal communication skills; ability to work independently in a mature
and professional manner; two year technical degree, certificate or
equivalent experience desired. All candidates must be willing to work
any available shift; as well as overtime. Corrugated background and/or
boiler license is a plus, but not required. Only TEAM THINKING
individuals should apply. Quarterly bonus included.
Apply online at www.rocktenn.com (http://www.rocktenn.com) or email
resume to Julie Schram jschram@rocktenn.com or fax 414-312-4340.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer
Human Resources Dept. Eutectic Corporation
N94 W14355 Garwin Mace Dr. Menomonee Falls, WI 53051
Fax (262) 532-4692 e-mail irma.nueske@eutecticusa.com EOE
MAINTENANCE SPECIALIST MAINTENANCE SPECIALIST
Eutectic Corporation, a leading manufacturer of welding
consumables, is seeking a Maintenance Specialist with broad
knowledge/experience in standard skilled trades (electrical,
mechanical, welding, A/C, machine repair, etc.) and diagnostic skills
to assess machine malfunctions. Strong leadership and effective
communication skills are required.
This is a 1st shift position located in Menomonee Falls. Full
benefit package with a starting salary of $20 to $24 per hour.
Please submit resume with salary requirements to:
BRAKE PRESS OPERATOR-2nd shift
WELDERS-2nd shift
LASER OPERATORS-2nd and 3rd Shift
Apply online at: www.apiheattransfer.com Career link
Come join our fast paced, exciting
work environment with real
opportunity for growth!
Apply in-person at your local
Blain's Farm & Fleet
www.FarmandFleet.com
EOE-Tobacco & Drug free environment
Supporting Family Values
Automotive Service
Technicians
NOW HIRING
FULL/PART TIME
SEASONAL MANUFACTURING TECHNICIAN
Hartford and Brown Deer, WI
I NVESTMENT CASTI NGS
Must be able to lift 50 lbs. frequently.
High school diploma or equivalent.
Ability to stand and/or walk for the duration of shift
Ability to safely perform tasks which include
continuously pulling, pushing, grasping, bending,
and reaching.
Please apply online at Signicast.com
Please indicate seasonal work desired.
Signicast is an equal-opportunity employer
EEO/AA M/F/V/D
JOB
DESCRIPTION
QUALIFICATIONS
Ready to join the cast of a world class manufacturer as
a seasonal employee? We are looking for team players
with a positive attitude and a good work history that
enjoy solving problems and working in a fast paced
environment. Current openings are for highly motivated
team players in a seasonal role in our manufacturing
facilities in Hartford and Brown Deer, Wisconsin. The
seasonal opportunity is expected to span from January
to approximately early June, with some opportunities for
starting earlier or ending later. These seasonal positions
will be part of our regular shifts. The day shift is from
6:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. and the night shift is from
6:00 p.m. until 6:00 a.m. This 12-hour shift works on
a 2-week rotating 2-2-3, with every other Friday /
Saturday / Sunday off. Wage is $14.50/hr. As a member
of our winning team, youll also enjoy benefits including
401(k) savings plan with company match, and a
quarterly paid profit sharing plan. This is an opportunity
to continue your professional growth with a world leader
in a highly automated manufacturing industry with a
growing company that prides itself on making all of our
parts in the United States.
SKILLED TRADES
GENERAL EMPLOYMENT
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W150 N11127 Fond du Lac Ave. Germantown
ellenshome2@wi.twcbc.com
ELLENS HOME
in Germantown is expanding and looking for
dependable professionals who love working with the
elderly. Top wages & benefit pkg.
ACTIVITIES ASSISTANT
CBRF CAREGIVERS
VARIED SHIFTS, FLEXIBLE SCHEDULE.
PART TIME CASUAL
HEALTHCARE SERVICES
We are currently seeking a full-time or part-
time inside sales rep. If you enjoy working in a
friendly environment and talking on the phone
we would love to talk to you. Sales experience
helpful, bilingual a plus, will train. Position
consists of selling advertising space and multi-
media advertising along with printing.
Inside Sales
email resume to:
hr @discoverhometown.com
or mail to:
Express News
9077 Deerbrook Trail
Brown Deer, WI 53223
SALES/MARKETING
Felhofer CPA, SCis currently seeking the right
individual to help us through our busy 2015 tax season. This is a seasonal
position and will require about 30 hours per week. Competitive wages
offered based on experience and skill level.
Responsibilities:
Prepare complete and accurate individual tax returns
Refer complex tax issues to manager for advice and counsel
Ensure client confidentiality and privacy
Qualifications:
Must have Personal Tax Identification Number, must be available to work
from late January through mid April, minimum of 3 years of individual
income tax preparation experience. Proficiency in Drake income tax
preparation software a plus, experience with Intuit QuickBooks a plus,
Microsoft Office experience a plus, working knowledge of general ledger
accounting. Must have excellent organizational skills and be detail
oriented, Must be able to meet and work efficiently with deadlines
Are you a people person who is committed to accuracy and detail?
If so, please email resume to david@felhofer-cpa.com
PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL
GENERAL OFFICE HELP
Local food service provider has a
part-time opening for a motivated
person. The position will include data
entry and dispatching duties. Will train
for dispatch, but data entry skills are
required. Applicant must be pleasant
and helpful while working with
customers and employees on the
phone. Knowledge of local city streets
is a plus. Approx 4 hours per day,
mid-day, Mon thru Fri with flexibility.
Full days on occasion.
Nice atmosphere and friendly people.
Please respond to email with resume
or list of work experience
gstahovic@dsfoods.com
Part-time
OFFICE ASSISTANT wanted
Permanent position. Must be
dependable, detailed orientated
with pleasant phone and customer
relation skills, computer literate.
Duties: Data entry, scheduling, and
general office work. Please no calls.
GERMANTOWN AREA
Please email resume to:
konsseptic@sbcglobal.net
Please no calls
SALES ASSISTANT
is looking
for a Full Time/Part Time Assistant
for our Marketing Consultant TEAM.
Must be organized, have good
phone skills, be detail-oriented, and
have the ability to multi-task. A
minimum of 1 year customer service
experience is required.
OR MAIL TO:
Express News
9077 Deerbrook Trail
Brown Deer, WI 53223
EMAIL RESUME TO:
hr @discoverhometown.com
OFFICE/CLERICAL
Various Shifts
Available
Apply at:
Village Mart
Mobil
Hwy 60,
Jackson
1/2 mile east
of Hwy 45
CASHIER
WANTED
Come join our fast paced, exciting work
environment with real opportunity for growth!
Apply in-person at
Blain's Farm & Fleet
of Waukesha
2310 Kossow Road, Waukesha, WI
www.FarmandFleet.com
EOE-Tobacco & Drug free environment
Supporting Family Values
Part Time Cashiers
Warehouse Loader-Unloader
GENERAL EMPLOYMENT
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DENT
DENT
AL
AL
HYGIENIST
HYGIENIST
Email resume to:
joy@brookfieldsmiles.com
or call 262-784-4026
3 Days a Week
Tues, Thurs, Fri
in Brookfield
13900 W. Burleigh Road
Brookfield, WI 53005
Founded by First Congregational Church of Wauwatosa
PART TIME POSITIONS
Admission/Rehab RN - Part-time
24-32 hours, 1:00pm-9:30pm
RN - Part-time, 3rd Shift 20 hours, 11:00pm-7:30am
CNA & Certified Medication Assistants
Part-time 20-28 hours
Certified Dietician - Part-time 24 hours
Come Join Our Friendly, Family Atmosphere.
Interviews on the Spot
Please bring resume or complete application On-site.
Applications welcomed from 8:30am-4:30pm Monday-Friday
and 9:00am-2:00pm Saturday
Fax resumes to: 262-781-4296
Email resumes to: hrdept@congregationalhome.org
EOE/Drug Free Workplace
CERTIFIED NURSING
ASSISTANTS
FULL AND PART TIME!
MAYVILLE NURSING &
REHABILITATION CENTER
305 Clark Street Mayville
Mayville Nursing & Rehabilitation Center is
currently seeking qualified Certified Nursing
Assistants to join our caring team. All shifts are
available. WI Certification is required; prior
experience is preferred.
Interested candidates can apply at the center
and get a tour visit us at www.extendicare.com
to apply online.
Extendicare... "Helping people live better"
DOES WORKING EVERY OTHER
WEEKEND SOUND GREAT TO
YOU? Make a difference in someones
life only working every other
weekend. Bridges of Wisconsin is
looking for you to work with adults
w/developmental disabilities in the
West Bend area. We are hiring for part
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& 3rd shifts. All positions include
every other weekend. You must be at
least 18 yrs old & have a licensed /
insured / reliable vehicle. Please call
262-338-4941 ext 33 & leave a
message.
Providing supports that build bridges
between individuals and their communities
BrightStar is looking for dependable
Caregivers to provide one-on-one care
with senior in their homes. Openings on
1st, 2nd and 3rd shifts and weekends.
CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant)
HHA (Home Health Aid)
LPN (License Practical Nurse)
RN (Registered Nurse)
Valid drivers license and Background
checks required.
www.brightstarcare.com/west-bend/
BrightStar is Growing and
Hiring In-Home Caregivers
Apply on-line or in person at:
BrightStar of West Bend
W227N16841 Tillie Lake Court
Jackson, WI 53037
Please call if you have questions:
Job Line: 262-677-9203 | Fax: 262-677-9208
or Email: diane.lincoln@brightstarcare.com
Independently Owned and Operated
Serving Ozaukee, Washington and Dodge Counties
FOOD SERVICE COOK
The Elizabeth Residence, an
elderly assisted living facility,
is seeking a part time position
in our Dietary and Food
Service Division. Must be
available evenings, alternating
weekends and holidays.
Prepping,cooking and baking
experience required.
9289 N Port Washington Rd
Bayside, WI 53217
Please apply
in Person
HEALTHCARE SERVICES
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262-375-3900
800-451-5180
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PRE-OWNED CARS
2015 CHRYSLER 200 S Blue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$25,900
2009 DODGE CHALLENGER RT 43k, orange . . . . . . .$22,900
2012 DODGE CHALLENGER RT 27k, black . . . . . . . .$21,900
2012 TOYOTA CAMRY 25k, grey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$18,900
2002 CHEVROLET IMPALA . . . . . . . . . . .CALL FOR DETAILS
2011 HONDA ACCORD EXL grey, very clean, 12k . . .$18,900
2012 DODGE CHARGER SE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$18,900
2011 CHRYSLER 200 LIMITED 18k, Tungsten . . . . . .$16,900
2012 FORD FUSION SEL Burgundy, 29k . . . . . . . . . . .$16,900
2012 HYUNDAI SONATA GLS 19k, blue . . . . . . . . . .$15,900
2010 BUICK LACROSSE CXL Silver, 91K . . . . . . . . . .$15,900
2013 CHRYSLER 200 TOURING 16k, Blue . . . . . . . . .$14,900
2011 CHRYSLER 200 TOURING 40k, Blue . . . . . . . . .$13,900
2008 HONDA ACCORD LX 54k . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$12,900
2011 CHEVY IMPALA LT Black, 79k . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$10,900
2008 PONTIAC G6 GXP white, 101k . . . . . . . . . . . . .$10,900
2007 CHEVY IMPALA LT 5lk, silver . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$10,900
2006 HONDA CIVIC MX 69k, Magnetic Pearl . . . . . . .$9,900
2007 CHRYSLER 300 V6, Inferno Red . . . . . . . . . . . . .$8,900
2006 CHEVY IMPALA SS Black . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$8,900
2003 BMW 325XI 5 speed, black . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$7,900
2005 FORD FIVE HUNDRED LIMITED Black . . . . . . . .$6,900
2001 CHEVROLET IMPALA gold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,900
2002 OLDSMOBILE INTRIGUE GL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$2,900
PRE-OWNED TRUCKS
2011 DODGE RAM 2500 CREW CAB . . . . . . . . . . . .$37,900
2013 RAM 1500 SPORT 14k, white . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$34,900
2012 RAM 1500 LARAMIE Bright silver met . . . . . . .$31,900
2012 RAM 1500 LARAMIE 49k, Deep cherry red . . .$30,900
2011 RAM 1500 BIG HORN 18k, Silver . . . . . . . . . . .$29,900
2013 GMC SIERRA 1500 SLE Grey, 23k . . . . . . . . . . .$28,900
2013 CHEVROLET AVALANCHE LT 59k, black . . . . . .$28,900
2013 RAM 1500 ST 50k, Hemi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$27,900
2011 RAM 2500 BIG HORN 67k, silver . . . . . . . . . . .$27,900
2011 CHEVY SILVERADO 1500 LT Victory Red, 32k .$26,900
2012 RAM 1500 ST Grey, 23k . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$26,900
2008 FORD F-350 SUPER DUTY 58k . . . . . . . . . . . . .$23,900
2006 GMC SIERRA 2500HD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$19,900
2012 RAM 1500 ST Mineral Grey Met . . . . . . . . . . . .$17,900
2012 RAM 1500 ST 50k, Mineral grey met . . . . . . . .$17,900
2007 CHEVY AVALANCHE LT Silver 97k . . . . . . . . . .$16,900
2006 DODGE RAM 1500 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$13,500
2007 DODGE DAKOTA SLT 77k, Mineral Grey . . . . . .$12,900
2004 NISSAN TITAN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$12,900
2004 DODGE RAM SLT gold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$9,900
2002 DODGE DAKOTA SPORT blue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$6,900
1998 CHEVROLET SILVERADO 1500 blue . . . . . . . . . .$5,900
PRE-OWNED SUVS
2014 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE OVERLAND 26k . . . .$39,900
2014 JEEP WRANGLER SPORT 3.6L . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$30,900
2012 DODGE DURANGO Blue, 9.5k . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$29,900
2013 HONDA CR-V EXL Black, 5 speed, 8k . . . . . . . .$27,900
2009 JEEP WRANGLER UNLIMITED SAHARA
Green, 35k . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$24,900
2012 GMC TERRAIN SLT-1 35k, Olympic White . . . . .$24,900
2011 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE LAREDO Black . . . . .$22,900
2011 FORD EDGE LIMITED Burgundy . . . . . . . . . . . .$20,900
2007 INFINITY QX56 Silver Indulgence . . . . . . . . . . .$18,900
2011 DODGE JOURNEY CREW 57k silver metallic . . .$18,900
2008 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE LIMITED Black, 68k .$17,900
2009 DODGE JOURNEY R/T 59k, grey . . . . . . . . . . . .$16,900
2007 MERCEDES ML320 DIESEL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$16,900
2006 JEEP WRANGLER X 80k, Black Clearcoat . . . . .$15,900
2010 NISSAN ARMADA 127k . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$15,900
2008 JEEP COMMANDER LIMITED Maroon . . . . . . .$14,900
2009 JEEP LIBERTY SPORT 74k, grey . . . . . . . . . . . . .$14,900
2009 JEEP COMPASS SPORT 51k, silver met . . . . . . .$12,900
2008 CHRYSLER PACIFICA LIMITED silver metallic .$10,900
2005 GMC YUKON Black, 132k . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$10,900
2007 SATURN VUE 6 cyl, 5 speed, 102k . . . . . . . . . . . .$9,900
2007 JEEP COMPASS SPORT Tan, 99k . . . . . . . . . . . . .$9,900
2006 FORD EXPLORER LIMITED Cashmere Clearcoat .$9,900
2007 DODGE NITRO SLT Inferno Red Crystal . . . . . . . .$7,900
2001 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE LTD black clearcoat . .$7,900
2002 JEEP LIBERTY SPORT 53k, blue . . . . . . . . . . . . .$7,900
PRE-OWNED VANS
2012 HONDA ODYSSEY EX
53k, Alabaster Silver Met . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$23,900
2012 CHRYSLER TOWN & COUNTRY White Gold . . .$19,900
2012 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN EXPRESS
14k, Silver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$18,900
2010 CHRYSLER TOWN & COUNTRY TOURING 57k .$16,900
2004 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN SE Blue, 89k . . . . . .$6,900
2004 CHRYSLER TOWN & COUNTRY
90k Midnight Blue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$6,900
2001 DODGE CARAVAN SE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$2,000
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2014 CHRYSLER
TOWN AND COUNTRY
& GRAND CARAVANS
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WINDOWS DOORS SIDING
N112 W14880 Mequon Road | Germantown
Showroom: M 9-5, T-Th 9-7, F 9-5, Sat 9-1
262-255-7170
www.allamericanwindow.com
Estimates are FREE!
Expires 10/31/14 Expires 10/31/14 Expires 10/31/14
*One special per household. Not valid with any other offers or previous purchase.
$
150OFF
*
STANDARD INSTALLATION
ON REPLACEMENT STYLE
STEEL DOOR & STORM DOOR
FREE
*
TYVEK

HOUSEWRAP
WITH SIDING
10 SQ. MIN.
$
100OFF
*
STANDARD INSTALLATION
ON EACH REPLACEMENT
WINDOW
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