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! . The National Rifle Association is at it again. In our law enforcement agencies' attempts to quell the ternble slaughter on our streets, they are asking Congress to pass a bill requiring a seven day waiting period before anyone can own a gun. This does not seem such a hardship for hunters to this comer. In the first place, just what is the need for automatic K-7 or whatever Cottonwood County District Court March 15 - 21, 1991 Speeding: $44.00 - Randy Lynn Ihnen, Burnsville, MN; Patricia Jean Quade, Jeffers, MN; Ricky Ronald Bah, St. James, MN; James Gerald Lutgen, Crystal, MN; Thomas Lewis Cagle, Windom, MN; Steve Michael I.arson, Sioux Falls, SD; Christopher James Stanley William Johnson, Windom, MN - $22.00; Donald Henry Butterfield, MN - $22.00. - DWI: Alan Dean Legler, Dundee, MN - Count 1: $625.00, stayed 30 day jail for 2 years, supervised probation 2 yeats, pay all fines & assmnts; enter & complt primary outpatient cd u1mnt, no s/s viol. 2 years. Count 2:$110.00. Count 3: $44.00; Lori Jane those powerful firearms are called to someone who plans to Vlasak, Faribault, MN; Jeffrey Quarberg, Windom, MN-$550.00, slaughter game? NRA members who advocate the purchase of Todd Meyer, Spicer, MN; Mark stayed 30 days jail for 1 year, pay such guns cannot be true sportsmen or women. What is the sport Edward Winter, Des Moines, IA; $75 alchl assmnt, abide by of killing an animal with no effort as long as the hunter has a Zongjia Cheng, St. Paul, MN. recommd, of alchl assmnt, pay all powerfu firearm that is used by the military? Such armaments in $55.00 - Marsha Roberta Kimpe, fines/assmnts, no s/s/, msd/grtr the hands of criminals put our law enforcement people at a greater Windom, MN; Lisa Michelle roving trf. viol. 1 yeaz; Harry Jacob risk than they are already facing everyday on the streets and Voelker, Minneapolis, MN; James Pankratz, Mountain Lake, MN - highways. It is time for common sense in the ownership of guns in Harold Cooper, Sioux Falls, SD; $625.00, stayed 30 days for 2 this country. Sure the right to bear arms is one of the freedoms Thomas Fletcher Willoughby,years, supervised probation for 2 guaranteed by our Bill of Rights, but let us all be practical on the Maple Plain, MN; Audrey Macyears, pay fine/sc, no s/s viol. 2 type of arms, we own. A machine gun or an automatic handgun Jurgens, Windom, MN; Marvinyears, enter & cmplt out-patient puts every household in the country at risk. How about the right of Daniel Snyder, Windom, MN; Iztmnt & follow aftercare; Richard every citizen to live in peace and free from fear of someone going Tricia Jan Peterson, North Branch, Dale Krueger, Windom, MN - berserk and spraying a gathering of honest citizens with deadly MN; John Francis White, Lcmars, $625.00, 30 days jail stayed, pay bullets such has happened in a California school yard and a fast $66.00 - Troy David Nickel,fine and assmnt, withing 6 months, food establishment. Advocating the ownership of such deadly Sanborn, MN; Roger Dean no sis viol mad/griT, moving weapons as a "right" puts the NRA way off base. There certainly Jacobsen, Brooklyn Park, MN; traffic viol for 1 year, attend and must be a better way for the organization to spend their members' Trista Gabrielle Volk, Heron Lake, complete chemical educ. ping. Expired registration: Herbert Willis Pritchett, Mountain Lake, MN - $22.00; Randall Kenwyn Sykora, Storden, MN - $22.00; Stanley William Johnson, Windom, MN - $22.00; Dean Arvid Youngkramz, Lake Lilfian, MN - $22.00. Expired drivers license: John Francis White, LeMars, IA - $22.00. Minor consuming: Lori Jane Ouarberg, Windom, MN - $220.00; Tim James Skarphol, Windom, MN - $110.00. NSF: Cynthia Lee Johnson, Lakefield, MN - $110.00 (stayed $55 00), restitution $117.92, have no s/s viol. 1 year, pay fine and restitution; James Alan Nolte, Windom, MN - $110.00 (stayed $55.00), restitution $89.20, no s/s/ viol. 1 year, pay fine and restitution. Allow dog to run: Sandra Ann Lensing, Windom. MN - $25.00; George Steinkamp. Mountain Lake, MN - $25.00. More than 1 big game license: George Richard Buchholz, Jr Westbmok, MN - $110.00 (stayed money than "buying" the votes of our representatives in Washington. If you are one that receives your paper on Tuesday evening, there will be a music program presented by the Walnut Grove K-4 elementaw students on Wednesday, March 27 at the Walnut Grove school Time is 10:00 a.m. We seem to be a city where people leave unwanted animals. Linda Scheiber has another stray at her house and would like to find the owner or someone who is interested in adopting the purebred male cocker spaniel. He is about three or four years old, very playful and friendly, and golden in color. He apparently has been gone from his previous home for quite some time as he was badly matted and quite thin. If you are interested, call Unda at 859-2622. If an owner is not found in a few days, the little guy will have to be destroyed. Those who visit the Walnut Grove school library on evenings when it is open to the publics take note, the library will be closed this Thursday, March 28. This is Holy Week and church services are scheduled for the evenings of this week. Be sure to check the article in this week's Sentinel Tdbune Fail to display current registration: Douglas Brian Willaby, Mountain Lake, MN - $22.00. Disobeyed stop sign: Zeckie Sulimon, Minneapolis, MN - $44.00; Bryan Lee Rempel, Mountain Lake, MN, $44.00. SENTINEL & TRIBUNE Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN - Wednesday, March mtsmanagement. On the contrary, we put this rainy day fund aside to help us through a recession. And it's now raining across America. Governor Arne Carlson, who once served as State Auditor, ought to know this. He ought to know that a recession means a work slow down, and that means a temporary loss of revenue across the board. And he ought" to know that by exaggerating the situation in Minnesota, he, too, is slinging that barnyard stuff. When he sl;outs his "mismanagement" rhetoric, he ought to know that 47 states - - save only Alaska and Washington - - would love to trade places with Minnesota. Sincerely, Paul Anders Ogren, Chair Committee on Taxes Aitkin, MN Dear Editor: Hats off to the Chargers for a wonderful season of haskethag that ended with a series of terrific tournament games! Not only are these young men blessed with talent, they possess many fine qualities which are evident both on the court and in their every day fives. We have heard nothing but praise from the many people who have had the privilege to work closely or to be associated with these fine young men Them was hardly a dry eye in the place at Sunday's welcome home celebration as they expressed their gratitude and feelings to those who have helped them along the way to accomplish a dream. They are indeed winners, both on and off the basketball court, and we extend repairman As they stood explaining the problem, a strode up, pulled a key pocket, opened the door l drove away! Only then a duplicate car, make, color in the next space. The morning's circt the nasty weather and of a busy schedule against her. She was own haman nature It is a good story to we all susceptible? Funding available through County Seed Fund The Cottonwood Capital Fund was assist inventors and]or businesses in the f'urst development of a new money is in the form interest loan and can be either new business expansion of an existing Eligible uses of the include: product research, patent and market research implementation, business planning funds, small business training, and development. The of the Seed Capital create new and within the county. The Seed Ca reviewed several to date has assisted two our sincere congratulations to the First, a loan was made Chargers! Machine and Marlowe and Donna Nelsen of Windom for the marketing its concerning the dates of the Westbrook Walnut Grove Middle Fail to yield: Charlotte Irene $55.00), suspension due to On Human Nature Fireplace. Second School Spring Play. Somg adjustments were necessary due to Sietsema, Windom, MN- $44.00. extenuating and mitigating by Joan Bakker made to Frontier Westbrook enabling conflicts and the times and dates for both Westbrook and Disobeyed semaphore: Kevin J. circumstances, no sis fish/game Recently. when required to keep to manufacture the p alnut Grove are noted elsewhere in the paper. Erwin, Wakefield, NE - $44.00. viol. 1 year. The. Persian Gulf war !s not over for all our servicemen. Many Seatbeit (driver): Thomas ' an appointment in a distant city, we portable "Clam" ice h realized we would he only 50 miles wi, sti, De stationed in that part of the world. It is a strange culture Fletcher Willoughby. Maple Plain. The application pr from dear-but-seldom seen friends, of a preliminary a] for someone who has been raised in the Midwest. One of our MN- $10.00; LceAnn Clayton, Letter to so we called to tell them we would order to initiate final servicemen who would like to get mail is local David C. Byers who Spicer, MN - $10.00; Mark stop by for a short visit the next of a project. has requested mail from you. His addressis: David C. Byem, PSC Edward Winter, Des Moines, IA- the Editor afternoon. Bea mentioned a applications are Box 554d 2006CS, APe New York, 09289. Send him a note and $10.00. fill him in on the happenings of the area. Seatbelt (passenger): Carol morning meeting, but said she'd be regular basis by staff home in plenty time to greet us. . Capital Board. Upon Poland's leader, Lech Walensa, expressed his love for Lynn Winter, Des Moines, IA -,It was a cold, wet, February day. review by the Board President Bush during his visit to D.C. last week. Who wouldnl $10.00. A grey fog hugged the low hills applicants will be ashen love the leader of a country who forgives millions of dollars in Child restraint vie.: Susan Kay Dear Editor: and wisped across the road, but a full final applicat debt? We could all love Bush if he forgave all the debts of our Falk, Sanborn, MN- $27.50. Politicians react to a nationwide that was better than the sleet storm Cottonwood County So bankrupt farmers the past few years and allowed them to remain Exhibition driving: Christopher recession in different ways. There of the day before. Even against a on their family farms. Just what gives Bush the authority to John Hubley, Jeffers, MN- $44.00. are those who understand thatwind, we arrived before twoBoard makeup representation from all d squander our tax money by forgiving debt to Egypt, Israel, and Cords & wires showing: changes in our natiomd economy oclocL Dean came out to meet us. the county and the Co. other countries while there are millions in the United States Stanley William Johnson. reach down into all of our budgets Peering into the threatening sky. he of Commissioners. In homeless and without the bare necessities of life is beyond this Windom. M N- $27.50. - - our family homes, businesses told us that his wife had had with questions about P corner's comprehension. We not only forgive their debts, but we,No brake its. on trailer: and state and local gove=TmU L difficulty getting away in the and potential projecl continue to g=ve mem loans that probably will be forgiven late/: on. - What a way to win fdends! Then there arc w'h0 make morning, for her car door was iced contact: Joy Storey, " . political hay by slinging that shut and he had to work it open for issioners Secretar it Next Tuesday, April 2, is recycling day in Walnut Grove. Have barnyard stuff. You've read it. her. He bad really expected her to 5669. Y your recyclables sorted and out on the curb. Minnesota, they say, is a horribly return much cartier. " managed state, and that's why our Another hour passed before we "'==='--''&l'~ budget out of balance, saw Ben's car come into the yard. NOW AVAILA If that s true, then Minnesota and This is the tale she told: CONGRATULATIONS CHARGERS ! GOOD JOB! " the 43 other states with deficits Arriving early at the Community 1 & 2 Bedroom U have simultaneously become Center, she'd parked right out Call Glenda Zu HAVE A GOOD WEEK! "mismanaged. We all hope this ffonL Then, r rvoas to get home, gr. recession is short and shallow, but she was dismayed to be un able - the truth is this national do /ntum again - to get the car door open. 859 2686 has hit everyone's budget-- Our She rushed to call aUto service Plunl U stores, restaurants, industries, company, but was told to wait, Insurance households and governmenL there were other calls ahead of (ISSN 8750- 3905) . But, how's this for hers, She paced, peeking out to ] Roger g" Haar Main Street SUaA.C, Westbrook, 274-6164 "mismanagem t?" Minnesota has the third largegt budget reserve in watch for the truck. It was a long Ralph T Gladys E and Thomas J. Merchant Publishers Thomau Merchant Managing Editor Junette Merchant Westbrook Office & Proof Reader Roxy Soil Ad Layout & Bookkeepe Patrlcla Peterson : Editor Madeline Alcorn Walnut Grove Office Nancy Goring,lypesetter Edna Laasrnan Walnut Grove Correspondent Lois Knutson Dovray Correspondent Mra. Donald Comnlck MIIroy Correspondent Mrs. Paul Martin Lucan Correspondent Published every Wednesday at Westbrook, Mn. 56183 Second Class Postage Paid at Westbrook, Mn. 56183 EFFECTIVE MARCH 1, 1.991 SUBSCRIPTION PRICE FOR THE SENTINEL-TRIBUNE WILL BE In the following counties: Cottonwood, Redwood, Lyon, Murray, and Nobles $15.00 Per Year Elsewhere in Minnesota -$18.00 Per Year Out of State - $22 00 Per Year Canada & foreign countries inquire at the Sentinel-Tribune Office "Snowbirds" may put their paper on hold at no extra charge while they are gone, or pay $4 00 extra to have it mailed out of state. Missed copies cannot be furnished because the cost of mailing single copies is almost $1.00 Any request for a back copy must clude $1.50. Newstand price is 45 cents per copy Mail change of address notice to: Box 98, Westbrook, MN. 56183 or Box 398, Walnut Grove, MN. 56180 DEADUNES: Local News Noon Monday Articles and other news 5:00 p.m. Monday All Peach Ads & Market Ads Noon Monday Display Ads 10:00 a.m. Tuesday Classified Ads Noon Tuesday WESTBROOK SENTINEL OFRCE HOURS 507-274-6136 Monday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Tuesday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. W6dnesday 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Thursday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Noon Hour - CLOSED WALNUT GROVE TRIBUNE OFRCE HOURS 507-859-2187 Monday 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Tuesday 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Wednesday 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m, Thursday Closed Friday 9:00 a m. - 3:00 p.m. Noon Hour - CLOSED Other: Call Patricia Peterson at 859-2120 STATE FARM INSURANCE (;OMPANES Home Ol~es: ~ IIIn0~ America. Our estimated $600 million rainy day fund is more money in the bank than any other states have, except oil rich Alaska and Washington. This kind of financial .pr redness didn't happen through wail At last the wrecker pulled up and Bea hurried out into the blowing cold to greet the Is youtr Mailing Label Circled in Red? Dee. Joh~ S 000 wettb~oek. Mn. $61 | If the mailing label in the upper right hand comer of your paper is circled in red, your subscdption is due. Renew your subscription as soon as possible So you wonl miss any issues. For your convenience, we've provided the coupon below. I I I U I I I I I I III I I I I II I III I I I III I I I I I $15.00 -- 1 year renewal in Cottonwood, Murray, Redwood, Lyon,and Nobles counties. $18.00 -- 1year renewal elsewhere in Minnesota $20.00 ---- 1 year renewal for out of state Canada and foreign countdes - inquire at office NAME: ADDR :SS: CITY: STATE . . 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