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SENTINEL TRIBUNE On Record Wednesday, June 30 2004 . COURT NEWS COTTONWOOD COUNTY DISRTICT COURT June 18-23, 2004 Speeding: $110.00 - Anthony Edwin Siemonsma, Renner, SD; Merlyn Orville Lutter, Howard Lake, MN ; Jeovanny Alvarado Castro, Worthington, MN; Verlyn Keith Fast, Bingham Lake, MN; Peter Scott Fleming, Eden Prairie, MN; Christopher Thomas Parmelee, Burnsville, MN; Dwight Alvin Wichman, Stewart, MN; Brian Eugene Stover, Pocahontas, IA; Marlene Jean Benson, Stewart, MN; Jean Shannon Gerdes, Truman, MN; Esteban Zurita Ramirez, Garciasville, TX; Heidi Jo Reith, Fulda, MN; Todd Michael Swanson, Sherburn, MN; Allison Fay Walther, Bloomington, MN; Calvin Wayne Brastad, Savage, MN; Jonah Benjamin Cihak, Windom, MN; Jesse Joe Freeman, Jenkens, MN $120.00 David Lee Otterdahl, Elko, MN ; James Warren Alford, Sibley, IA $130.00 - Daniel David Dean Henderson, Jeffers, MN; Kirk Adam Nelson, Sanborn, MN; Amanda Maria Loers, LeMars, IA; Roger Raymond Swanson, Alpine, CA; Barbara Marie Carlson, Bloomington, MN; John William Latham, San Mateo, CA; Vicky Lynn Hakeneis, Fulda, MN $140.00 Ratsaphanh Rasivong, Brooklyn Park, MN $170.00 Nick Paul Chleborad, Lincoln, NE No-Two Wheel Endorsement: $120.00 - Patrick Robert Schmitt, Dovray, MN Expired Plates: $270.00 - Gloria Anne Grunst, Windom, MN, jail/prison - stayed 10 days 1 yr., 40 hrs. in lieu of fine, pay as ordered, no misd. > viols. 1 yr., pay by 7/15/04 Fail to Yield-Accident: $170.00 - Deborah Davis Christopher, Jackson, MN, pay today Fail to Yield: $170.00 - Kyle Keith Forstrom, Trimont, MN Window Tint 16%: $120.00 Rory Michael Goehring, Windom, MN No Seatbelt: $95.00 - Gregory Joseph Staebler, Fairmont, MN; Darrell Keith Walklin, St. Cloud, MN; Marty Robert Espenson, Bingham Lake, MN; Daniel Joseph Melheim, Mt. Lake, MN; Jamie Ann Goeman, Windom, MN; Brady Steven Lund, Windom, MN; James Allen Peiffer, Windom, MN; Mitchell Peter Masters, Wilder,-MN; Alicia Dawn Meyers, Gilman, IA; Randall Scott Meyers, Windom, MN; Danny Lee Myrvold, Heron Lake, MN; Scott Andrew Johnson, Fargo, ND Speeding, Expired Plates, No Seatbelt: $150.00 Merlin Wayne Stoesz, Mt. Lake, MN Underage Consump- Births tion: $370.00 - Darla Mac Price, Fairmont, MN, jail/prison - stayed 30 days 1 yr., supervised probation 1 yr., pay as ordered, no misd. or > viol. 1 yr; $170.00 - Casey Faye Harrington, Windom, MN; $270.00 - Curtis Nickoli Goering, Mt. Lake, MN, pay as ordered, no msd. > viols. 1 yr., flw. & comply with prior Brown Co. & Cttwd. Co. snt., pmt. plan; $170.00 - Ashley Ann Kleven, Walnut Grove, MN, DL suspended 6/14/04 rein- state 6/18/04 Underage Drink & Drive, Minor Possession: $420.00 - Jason Martin Kruger, Windom, MN Angle With Extra Lines: $110.00 - Xaixania Chonhthasinh, Mt. Lake, MN Underage Consump- tion, Minor Possession: $170.00 - David Christopher Erickson, Windom, MN Fail to Register: $120.00 - Kenneth Earl Weier, Sioux Rapids, Ia Possess Over Limit- Blue Gill: $120.00, restitu- tion $100.00 - Len Xayavong, Mt. Lake, MN, pint. plan Expired Registration: $90.00 Edward Paul Gallagher, Jackson, MN Drive After Suspen- sion: $370.00 - Jessica Dealoras Kalash, Mt. Lake, MN, pay as ordered, no misd. > viols. 1 yr. Lydia Rae ,Nelson Travis and Anne Nelson, Hartford, SD announce the birth of their daughter, Ltia Rae'on ]U ?, 204 at the Avera McKennan Hospital, Sioux Falls, SD. She weighed 7 pounds and 3 ounces and was 19 1/2" long. She is welcomed home by sisters, Sophi and Hannah. Grandparents are A1 and Shelley Nelson, Walnut Grove, Marie Story, Burnsville and Walt and Pat Story, Walnut Grove. Great grandmothers are Dorothy Rabe, Walnut Grove and Rose Nelson, ere. : i Jenna Inga Paplow Chris and Amy Paplow announce the birth of their daughter, Jenna Inga, born Official Weather Station - 2004 June 19, 2004. She weighed 7 pounds and 4 ounces and was 20" long. Grandparents are Don and Paula Paplow, Westbrook and Todd and Brenda Anderson; Lamberton. Great grandpar- ents are Esther Paplow, Lewis and Helen Amundson, Westbrook, Arvid and Eunice Anderson, Lamberton and Dorothy Johnson, Storden. SW ReJrch and Outreach Center UIdverdty ef Lambcrton, MN 56152 Hirlc Date i Pip() c,L  (m) Soll remp (19 omL(ct $n) Mcrx. Min Max Mln 6 22 70 46 82 58 6 23 78 50 81 57 6 24 80 48 82 58 6 25 64 49 83 59 6 26 73 48 84 60 va.y , Si.c= M, z lUy A.,. Curr Histic 2" 4 N 8  0.00 9.78 6.12 70 66 66 0.00 9,78 6.27 71 6 66 0.47 10.25 6.30 70 67 67 0.00 10.25 6.43 66 63 63 0.00 10.25 6.57 67 64 63 Cone GDD tu'r, mt ltistari 814 729 628 748 643 768 650 788 662 809 6 27 75 51 84 59 0.00 10.25 6.65 71 67 65 675 830 1 6 28 68 49 84 60 0.01 10.26 6.76 68 66 65 684 851 i llll i Reldlnlp are retarded at  for the previous 24-hour period Historic lhards are for Lambo MN 1961-2003 Notice to Walnut Grove area subscribers & readers A drop box for various news items is located at the... I n's Mor00mntilo 507-859-2600 OUr convenience toll. we have adoeu a tree number at our Westbrook Office / 1.800-410"1859 I tf you have questions / or would like to plaCe an ad or order ,., inti C,r,....n. p|ease call the above number. next to the Walnut Grove Post Office. Hours: Monday - Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. i!1 ASK A TROOPER By Sgt. Kathy Pederson MN State Patrol Trooper Kathy: Is it legal to drive a pickup truck with the tailgate down? Alo is it against the law for people to ride in the back of a pickup truck? Minnesota State Statute 169.43 states that no truck shall be driven or parked on any road with the tailgate down except while the vehicle is being loaded or unloaded, or when a load extending beyond the tail- gate makes it impossible to close the tailgate. I would also like to remind motorists that any load that extends to the rear four feet or more beyond the bed or body of a vehicle requires a red, yellow, or orange flag not less than 16 inches square displayed at the extreme rear end of the load. A red light visible from 500 feet to the rear and sides is required when dark. Currently Minnesota has no law that specifically prohibits passengers from riding in the box area of a pickup truck. I do not know any other way to say it: TRANSPORTING PASSEN- GERS IN THE BOX AREA OF A PICKUP TRUCK IS DANGEROUS! It is much safer to ride in the cab prop- erly restrained because pas- sengers can easily be thrown or fall out of the back of an uncovered pickup truck. My brother was driving his pick- up down bumpy road when his dog was thrown out and ended up with 2 broken legs. It could have been worse. A passenger riding in the box area of a covered pickup truck is also at significant risk. People are not cargo. Peopledesecve-bet ' A similar question I get is: Can a person ride in a camper while going down the highway? Again, it is not always the safest but it is legal in Minnesota to ride in a camper while it is being pulled down the highway. If you have any ques- tions regarding traffic safety and or traffic law please write to Sgt. Kathy at MN State Patrol, 1800 East College Drive, Marshall, MN 56258. Sgt. Pederson will not offer advice on specific situations or real events which involve law enforce- ment. Everyone needs an estate plan Estate plans aren t just for the rich or elderb: No one knows what the future holds, so it's important that everyone have a plan, say educators with the U of M Extension Service who have written a series of fact sheets on estate planning. Here are some examples of why estate planning is important for everyone: *For the young couple with chil- dren, it's crucial to have a will that designates guardians for those children in the event both parents are killed. *For people who think they don't have enough money to worry about estate planning but have lots of life insurance: their death can cause an estate problem. *And take the example of people who are injured in an accident and suddenly aren't capable of making their own medical and financial decisions. Their estate plans can name an individual who will make those decisions for them. You can fine the estate planning series at There are 10 fact sheets on topics such as establishing a will, distributing estate assets, gifting assets, trusts, life insurance, income tax issues and disposing of personal and household items. OBITLARIES Gary Lee Hanebuth Funeral services for Hanebuth will be held on June 30, 2004, at the Funeral Home. Casket I;earers children, nephews and nieces. will be held at the North Hero Walnut Grove, MN. Gary Lee Hanebuth was Fredrick and Bernice Hanebuth on May 17, Springfield, MN. He was Trinity Lutheran Church in Walnut Grove, MN and at St. John's Lutheran Church in Ottertail, MN. ated from Perham High School in 1968, Fergus Falls Junior College in 1970 and from Pi Tech in 1973. He was married to Sue DeHaven. Gary operated a meat market in Henning, MI' years, specializing in homemade sausages the past three years he worked for the USFDA as | inspector in Lexington, NE. Gary loved the enjoyed fishing, trapping and hunting. He also was a ed taxidermist, learning the skill as a hobby that occupation. Playing bluegrass music on the another hobby that brought him pleasure. He dening and was an excellent cook. Gary Lee Hanebuth died at his home in Arapahoe, June 26, 2004, at the age of 54. He is survived by his children, Jeffrey James Jennifer Hanebuth and Joshua John Hanebuth Denise, a granddaughter, Kylie Hanebuth, all of Two brothers, Charles and Cynthia Hanebuth of Heights and Honolulu, Hawaii and Pete and of Long Prairie, a sister, Nancy and Virgel Osland Grove, MN, two nieces, Anne Hanebuth and Hanebuth, and four nephews, Jacob Hanebuth, Hanebuth, Jon (Doreen) Osland, Jim (Holly) Jeffrey Osland. He was preceded in death by his parents. PEOPLE WHO READ NEWSPAPERS ARE Buy, I or R in the ads Sen1 Tribune Ph. 1-800-410- ! ; "CUSTOM" & WAVEFRONT ith the Zeiss Mei 80 Laser (No, ,, vsA From clinic, winnipeg LOOK before you I.ASIK Dr. D.R. Kadambi has perfocmed over 21.000 Call Us Today Tel: Visit us on the web: wwwa 250 Portage Ave Winnipeg, Canada R3C 0B 1 FARM LANDFOR 74.52 acres Delores Rupp has decided to sell the following of land located in Murray County, Minnesota: East Half of the southeast Quarter (EI/2SEI/4 (3), Township One Hundred Six North (106N), Range nine West (39W), EXCEPT that part of the Southeast Quarter (E/12SEI/4), Section 3, Township 1( Range 39 West, described as follows: Commencing at Southeast corner of said Southeast Quarter (SEI/4), Westerly along the South line of said Southeast Quarter 285 feet to the point of beginning; thence North 555 feet; thence West 430 feet; thence South 555 feet, mote or point on the South line of said Southgast Quarter thence Easterly along said South line 430 feet, more or the point of beginning; Murray County, Minnesota. TERMS AND CONDITIONS QF SALE: 1. Date: Thursday, July 15, 2004 2. Time: 10:00 o'clock a.m. 3. Place: Rolling Hills Golf Course (dining 4. Bids: Sealed bids will be received until noon on Wednesday, July 14, 2004, at the Grams, at 628 First Avenue, Westbrook, Minnesota and Wednesdays, 9:00-12:00; 1:00-3:00); or at the LaW of Birkholz & Rye, at 611 First Avenue, Westbrook (Thursdays 10:00-5:00), or mailed to 101 South P. O. Box 461, St. James, Minnesota. at the sale on July 15, 2004, at 10:00 a.m. so they can bids in the usual and customary auction manner. 5. Terms of Payment: 15% Down on dat 35% Due on December Balance due on January i 6. Possession will be granted when the 2004 crop removed. ,d 7. The Seller will provide a current abstract of title r warranty deed. 8. The Seller will pay the real estate taxes payable in 2004. The Buyer will pay the real estate and payable in 2005. 9. The Seller specifically re.serves the right to terms of sale, tO waive any irregularities in the any and all bids. This very fine piece of ground has a crop 73.30 with a 33.5-acre corn base. The land will be the crop is removed by the current renter. For additional information regarding this land or terms of  please contact: Daniel A. Birkholz Attorney at Law 101 South Seventh Street St. James, MN 56081 507-375-3374 301 Allison, 1 Newton. ," 316.283-27