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TRIBUNE Inside Wednesday, April 28, 2004 Page 3 .rvist bill ive them District Gil Gutknecht Pported H.R. 1779, Guardsmen and Financial Relief 1779 allows or reservists who for more than to make penalty- withdrawals from or pension fund. 0v passed the  erwhelmingly. We ask our guards- Bidders bid high for a good cause From page one At most sales, bidders want to get an item for the cheap- est bid possible; however, at the auxiliary auction Saturday night one husband was overheard telling his wife to bid higher. A couple of people who donated items for the sale bought back some of their own donations. And then, near the end of the sale, packages of buns, chicken sandwich spread, and potato salad left over from the meal served earlier were put on the auction block. One unusual item creat- ed by Jim Erickson for tlJe auction came with a big red sold tag on it. This item has a history with the auxiliary auction, because it has appeared on the auction for a number of years. Buyers keep it for a year and then donate it the next year. Digger Phelps was the top bidder on the piece this year. Will he break with tradition and keep the special piece? Plan now to attend next year's auction to see if Digger is willing to part with his purchase and follow tra- dition. Luverne Johnson Saturday night. coaxes bids from the crowd at the annual auxiliary sale last reservists to make sacrifices, we give them the flex- take care of their responsibilities." said. 'Fhis meas- them the needed and encourages management of funds." future retire- security, this also encourages of the withdrawn the IRA/pension thin two years of this active duty. It the contribution to the amount of the funds to allow The meas- to those ordered to active duty after 11, 2001 and 12, 2005. look into the eyes women who are for active duty, I concern in their the ones they are This bill Some of that bur- giving them the freedom they concluded. is the of the House Subcommittee Operations, Nutrition--- and Vice Chairman of HOuse Science I a member of HOuse Budget Area news briefs Fulda -- On Friday evening, area law enforcement were called to search for a 3-year old boy who was missing in Fulda. At 7:30 pro, the little boy was found sleeping in the trunk of his parent's vehicle, which was parked in the driveway at the child's home. Lamberton -- A shop on the Clyde and Fern Arnold's farm was completely destroyed Sunday night during the storm. The shop, with a large overhead door, tools, etc. was strewn over the yard and adjourning field. Two smaller buildings which were very. close to the shop were unscathed. Slayton -- There were happy tears when children from the "old" neighborhood on Linden Avenue delivered a quilt of memories to Evie Michaelson in her new home at Sunrise Terrace, Slayton. Nancy Boerboom and a group of youngsters delivered the quilt last Thursday. Tracy -- What deficiencies exist at the Tracy Aquatic Center? Testing at the pool has been underway since September. At least five different firms have been involved in tests and analysis of the aquatic center. Last week. Tracy City Council members accepted a recommen- dations to hire Braun Intertec for another round of tests. Windom -- Both buildings that were destroyed in last September's arson incidents have been demolished. A lit- tle more than two weeks ago, the Gift N' Things building was demolished. Early this week, the Blue Star Motel, located across from Toro on Highway 60-71, was razed as well. The future of that lot is unknown at this time. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Dear subscriber; please check the due date on your address label of your paper. In order to avoid a lapse in your subscription, please remit your renewal Charger Greenhouse preps for season opener WWG Greenhouse man- agement class is busy preparing for the 2nd year of bedding plant sales. Students plan to open their Greenhouse, located in the school's tech campus park- ing lot, on Wednesday, May 5th. Greenhouse hours can be found in the ad created by the desktop publishing class, taught by Ms. Shannon Dolven. The desk- top publishing class created sales signs, advertisements, and gift certificates for the Charger Greenhouse as a class project. Greenhouse manage- ment students recently toured Heibert's Greenhouse in Mt. Lake to select plants for their Greenhouse and to put in their initial order for plants. The Charger Greenhouse gives students a chance to practice their skills and learn how to sell a product, operate a till, wait on customers, work with people, manage a small business, care for plants, and plant planters. ust Ducky geese and ducks were spotted about 4 of Dovray late Monday afternoon. The two walked away then got up and flew away stayed put the whole time. NOTICE: City of Westbrook Ordinance #74 dog/cat license is due between 1st and May 31st, 2004. The fee is per animal. Proof of inoculations rabies must be presented or tNaO LICENSE WILL BE ISSUED. gs must be on the dogs and cats. Fines: No License .......... $95.00 Running/Barking ...... $95.00 may be increased in the future. Play it Safe: Before You Dig Call Gopher State One CaB Call Gopher State One Call two working days before you dig to avoid underground utilities in your area. - Call Before You Dig - It's Safe It's Smart It's The Law (661) 464-0002 800-2P--1166 WWG Greenhouse management students at Heibert's Greenhouse in Mt. Lake selecting plants for their Greenhouse that will be open- Jng on Wednesday, May 5th. Cit_j00f Westbrook City Wide Clean-up Dates: For residences / businesses properties May 1st - May 15th, 2004. Inspection of Properties will be made by the Police and City Council after the 15th of May. Citations will be issued for non-compliance. I I I City of Walnut Grove Wednesday, April 28 Wednesday, May 5 Branches should be no more than 6' in length, 8" in diameter. MUST BE ALONG THE CURB 111932 I II m