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Sentinel Tribune ACTION LINE! 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 CLASSIFIED ADS $8.00 for first 15 words 25 cents each additional word (Pay for 2 weeks - get 3rd week free) oeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Phone 274-6136 or 1-800-410-1859 Wednesday, March 17, 2004 Page 11 / 000000000000 ENT The City of Js applica- of WSJ Lifeguards for the summer Swimming certifica- at the )ns from Rachel at the City Hall. is Friday, at 4 p.m. S-27,28,29x -- The Red Community Pool SHETEK DENTAL CARE/MURRAY COUNTY is looking for a full-time Dental Assistant/Receptionist to work Monday, Thursday. Must have great computer and people skills. A registered Dental Assistant in preferred. Murray CARD OF THANKS County offers a competitive BEST!!! wage and benefit package S-28x Alex Ourada including health, Life, STD, -- ............................. Dental, LTD and State PERA. CARD OF THANKS CARD OF THANKS Thanks for the great surprise party! "1 was totally shocked" Family and friends are the Interested candidates please contact Angela Anderson, Human Resources at 507-212- 4153 or 507-836-1230. Send resumes to QE,,23L0JJ, valley.org or mail to Murray County Memorial Hospital, Attn: Angela Anderson, 2042 Juniper Avenue, Slaylon, MN 56172. Closing date March 26, 2004. al certified Equal Opportunity Employment assistant manager, ("EOE"). ......... S-2_8,29X_ for this summer A copy of cur- WORK WANTED -- Spring- must be summer, remodeling and new Thank you for the excellent care I received while I was hos- pitalized at the Westbrook Health Care Center. The staff is so kind and caring. Thank you to the Ambulance personnel that transported me and cared for me. Thanks for all the prayers, cards, phone calls, plants, and flowers and visits. I really appreciate all of you. I continue to recover at the Westbrook Good Samaritan Home where I receive very time of application. be picked up School in Lamberton. If 'questions, please Deadline )ril" 15,2004. S-28,29,30x -- Shetek is seeking applica- position LPN or Home ing Coordinator office. We wages and The closing positions is Contact Home at 507-212- Anderson, Manager 53 to find out more this great oppor- can be at Tracy Area 251 Fifth MN 56175 to ander- EOE. S-28,29x tN WANTED you Let's talk _2Olxcare. construction. Siding, windows, - Gustie Anderson doors, shingling and decks. --m ................................. Matt Jackels Construction, Inc. CARD OF THANKS 507-274-5499 or 507-360-6420. Licensed and insured. S-28,29,30,31x -SERVICE APPLIANCE SERVICE -- Maytag, GE, Hotpoint, Dish Network Satellite TV. Prompt local service. Steffen Electric, 859-2114. S-14tfx NOTICE LOOKING FOR CHILD Care? Child Care Resource & Referral provides child care referrals to parents based on local informa- tion. SMOC 1-800-658-2444. Funded by State of MN DHS. S-47-38p CLASSIFIED ADS CALL 274- 6136 oR 1-800-410- 1859 ssional Directory 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 E. Kerr & Assoc. Nielsen, Assoc. LAWYERS Toll Free 1-500-231-2025 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Tracy Office 629-3820 (;;rove Funeral Home , Joy Kulow, Owners 859-2161 M. L. GRAMS & ASSOCIATES, APA A Professional Association Certified Public Accountants P.O. Box 458, Westbrook, MN Phone 274-6171 Mon.- Fri. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. CoI"rONWOOD-SLAYTON VETERINARY SERVICE PLLP Large & Srnall Annal Meal. & Surgery After Hours Emergency Service Available WINDOM 2-50  60 E... 831-1473 Toll Free Dial 1 & Then.. 888413141387 SI.AYTON t909 Maple Ave...838-8594 Wabasso State Agency For all your insurance needs Phone 859-2152 Walnut Grove, MN. 56180 Almlie Funeral Homes Steven & John Almlie Tribune all your pnnting jobs call 274-6136 Dill, D.D.S. I=emily Dentistry Phone 274-5945 MOnday & Fnday Clinic MN 56183 Agency (Call Westbrook 24 hrs. a day) Westbrook 274-5464 Tracy 629-4510 Insurance Real Estate Phone 859-21 54 MN 56180 MN 274-5962 :EPAIRABLES Westbrook Health Center * Medical Clinic * Peterson Estates * Westbrook Hospital Bell 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 I would like to thank everyone for cards, calls and visits; to Pastor Roy, hospital staff and the help of my family when in the hospital and since my return home. It was greatly appreciat- ed. God bless you. S-28p_ ........ _De lrt Jensen " CARD OF THANKS Thanks tO all my dear friends and family for the many cards t received for my 95th birthday. There were phone calls, and greetings from folks I met in the streets. It was truly a "card shower" and it made my tears come. Thanks also to my dear family who took me out to eat, to my church family, and for the party at the Jeffers church. May God bless you, and may you know Jesus, the Good Shepherd who will lead you in reen pastures. :28p ............. Hil_da Be_rs_ CARD OF THANKS A heartfelt thank you to all that remembered us on the death of our mother, Anna M. Johnson. The cards, memorials, flowers, plants, and kind expressions of sympathy were greatly appreciated. We are grateful fer the loving care she received at Prairie View Healthcare and Tracy Hospital. A special thanks" to Chad Seamann for all his visits and words of comfort, and the Willing Workers of Church of Christ for the delicious lunch. GOd bless all of you.. Anna's tens sons S-28x and their families CARD OF THANKS The Walnut Grove Community Club would like to thank the Walnut Grove Community for its generous donations at our Annual Pancake Supper. Thank you for the cash and 6 large boxes of items given to support our troops. Thank you to Betty and Emil Bannick for delivering those items to the Redwood Falls Armory. Three boxes full of food items were also donated to our local Food Shelf. What a Ireat community! ;-28x CLASSIFIED ADS J SMALL PRICE BIG RESULTS FOR STRUCTURED ANNUITIES and (800) J.G. Wentworth means for Stmctmad I .... Farm For Sale 163.69 acre farm for sale. 2 1/2 miles east of Walnut Grove, MN on US Hwy. 14. $2300/acre. Contact Null Christensen 909-796-1632 PUBLIC NOTICE Westbrook Public Utilities Regular Meeting February 3, 2004 Regular meeting of the Public Utilities Commission of the City of Westbrook, MN was held in the public utilities office at 4 p.m. on the above date. Present: Grams, Christians, Soil and Supt. Jutting. Motion by Soil, seconded by Christians to accept the minutes of the previous meeting as read. Motion by Christians, sec- onded by Soil to allow the bills in the amount of $183,098.81. A detailed list may be viewed at the public utilities office. Upon no further business and upon motion by Soil, seconded by Christians, the meeting was adjourned. Keith Christians, secretary City of Walnut Grove February 9, 2004 Regular Session The Council met in regular session on the 9th day of February, 2004, at 7:30 P.M., in the Council Room. Present: Bob O'Donnell, Donald E. Johnson, Lee Steffen and Todd Harrington. Absent: David Hoyt. Mayor O'Donnell presided at the meeting. Marge Peterson gave the liquor report. The new menus will cost $45.50 more because they had to go to a tri-fold instead of bi-fold. She will be able to make this difference up in rebates. She asked the Council to consider a shelf on the walls around the pool table to be used to set drinks on and to lean the pool cues against, so they don't leave blue marks on the wall. Jeff Steichen gave the water/wastewater report. Discussion was held on a water service line break under Main Street. The Council discussed how the new tractor should be paid for. Motion by Lee Steffen, second by Todd Harrington, to set it up on a 5 year payment plan, with the possibility of paying it off early. All voted in favor. Motion carried. A Building Permit Application from Ron and Karla Beens was tabled until the city can locate the water shut off. Kathy Mischke was present to discuss the city's policy on paying for water line breaks. She felt the line could have been damaged when the main was tapped for the new funeral home service. She also ques- tioned why the city changed their policy regarding owner- ship of the line from the main to the curb stop. No change was made in the city policy. Motion by Lee Steffen, sec- ond by Donald E. Johnson, to have the League of Minnesota I PLANNING AN AUCTION? Household - Farm- Business Complete Auction Service Rich Reiner Springfield, MN. Phone 1-507-723-5243 Call collect. 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 billing charge will be added for 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. Cities attorney send a letter to PeopleService regarding liabili- ty for the chlorine gas leak in the city park last August. All voted in favor. Motion carried. Motion by Donald E. Johnson, second by Todd Harrington, to approve the min- utes of the January 12 and February 3 meetings. All voted in favor. Motion carried. Motion by Todd Harrington, second by Donald E. Johnson, to approve Claims #23771 through #23860. All voted in favor. Motion carried. Delinquent utility bills were discussed and it was decided to turn them off as soon as possi- ble. Dave Hemp, Walnut Grove Police Department, asked per- mission to apply for a state and federal grant for bullet proof vests. The Federal grant would pay for one-half or $300, whichever is less and the State grant would pay for one-half or $349.44, whichever is less. The Federal grant would be fi)r all full and part-time licensed offi- cers and the State grant would be for full-time licensed offi- cers only, with the part-time employees paying the other halt' if they order a vest. Motion by Donald E. Johnson, .second by Todd Harrington, to approve applying for the grant. Motion carried. Dave also asked for a cloth- ing allowance for part-time Officers of $100.00 per year/per officer. The Council approved purchase of one pair of pants, a long sleeved shirt and a short sleeved shirt for Dave Hemp and Mark Johnson, to be replaced as needed. Merna Malmberg gave the police report. The Council approved ordering new parking tickets and warning tickets and paying $30.017) for dues to the SW MN Police Chiefs Association. Motion by Lee Steffen, sec- ond by Donald E. Johnson, to approve a new transmission for the dump truck in the amount of $2,4( for pans, plus labor. All voted in favor. Motion carried. Motion by Lee Steffen, sec- ond by Donald E. Johnson, to adjourn. Karen Erickson Clerk-Treasurer City of Walnut Grove Special Session February 3, 2004 The Council met in special session on the 3rd day of February, 2004, at 6130 P.M., with the Economic Development Board, in the Council Room. Present: Bob O'Donnell, David Hoyt, Donald E. Johnsom Lee Steffen and Todd Harrington. EDA President David Hoyt called the meeting to order. Purpose of the meeting was to discuss what should happen to the Walnut Station building on Main Street. The Wilder Museum would like the city to take over the building from them. It was the feeling of the Council that the museum should advertise the btfilding for sale if they did not want to own it any more. Meeting adjourned. Karen Erickson Clerk-Treasurer 1999 Olds Intrique, leather, "2001 sunroof, 40,000 miles.. $7,500 25,000 miles ......... $13,900 "1999 lauzu Trooper, 4x4, 65,000 miles ................. $7,600 *,"   -o-o, 3-'f;-.000-'- ........... $3,900 "2003 Chevy Impala, roll, 17,000 miles .................. $3,800 *2003 Jeep Uberty, . side, good bags, 4,000 m ........... $6,900 *2002 Ford Taurus, front & right side, 7,000 miles ......... $2,800 *2000 Dodge Grand Caravan, rt. side, with parts .......... $4,100 *2000 Chevrolet Venture Van, E-Z rear, ddves, good bags, 48,000 m ..... $4,300 '2000 Ford Taurus, 34,000 n- E*Z left side, good bags, have pans... $3,600 "1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee, baton a. tend and door, E-Z, 90,000 m.. $3,500 I I banking at your fingertips Our TELEBANK Service 24/7 Call or Stop in for Additional Information INTE(3R! 631 Main Street Walnut Grove, MN. 56180 507-859-2151 Member FDIC Im LENDER