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TRIBUNE Inside Wednesday, September 1, 2004 Page 3 e plays everything "by ear" from page 1 of us work hard prac- the piano so that we play a piece fairly well the music in front of We struggle getting the phrasing, and dynam- just the way the piece is Not Richard. He everything "by ear." fact, his ability to read is quite lihited. The goes that his older sis- came home one day and her little lrother play- "The 12th Street Drag " the piano. The sister was one taking piano les- not Richard, so she quite surprised to hear playing. That was just the begin- of his life-long associa- with the piano. served our country the Korean War, where worked as a cook. For years he was a baker Estherville, Iowa, his In his younger Richard spent his playing in area piano roller rinks, and dance in ad around Arnold's He would often go the dance hall gig bakery to get the day's of bread baked. His jokingly said that Jim's player piano was instrumental in developing his friendship with Richard Egerston (right). Richard could have offered a package deal to wedding couples: decorated cake, food for the reception, and music for the wedding. Age and its accompanying problems are starting to affect Richard's ability to danced or skated to his play the piano, but his fin- music when they were gers still look pretty limber younger. The grand piano at as they move across the key- the VA hospital in Sioux board. He now plays for Falls is one of his favorite nursing home residents, places to perform these many of whom probably days. Area news briefs Fulda -- A drug bust on Sunday at about 10 p.m. was a result of a fire call on Saturday night. Scott Reinke, 111 E. 2nd, Dundee, MN was arrested Sunday and released on a $25,000 bond. A complaint was ready for the judge to sign on Tuesday afternoon. Marijuana plants were found in the raid. Lamberton -- Work on the sanitary sewer ponds is under- way by Quam Construction and has been since work in the sanitary sewer began. The 7.5 acre secondary treatment pond has not operated efficiently for some time. About 1 foot of soil in the center was removed and 2 or 3 feet on the edges and a 100 millimeter heavy duty polyethylene sheet will be put down. Slayton -- Slayton Building Materials lent their skid loader and use of employee Larry Hoogendoorn to help unload the many flats of toys that were delivered to Slayton Monday morning. Murray County is the lucky recipient of $25,000 worth of toys, clothing and school sup- plies, the result of Whitney Buesgens named a top youth volunteer, receiving her award in May in Washington, D.C. Tracy -- Six school districts get $230,000 integration grant. A newly formed collaborative between area school districts, Balaton, Milroy, Murray County Central, Westbrook Walnut Grove, Wabasso and Tracy, is aimed at integration of minorities into schools and communities. Goals include hiring a coordinator, holding a community kick-off event, and providing language learning opportuni- ties. Windom- Beginning this year, WAHS superintendent and principals have decided to lock most entrances to both Windom Area Middle High School and Winfair Elementary School. Superintendent Froke comments 'q'his is a start. We'll evaluate how this impacts our day-to-day operation and see if we need to go further, especially at the high school." 411 NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Dear subscriber; please check the due date on your address label of your paper. 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