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McAn=h populations SENTINEL & TRIBUNE PAGE are at an all-time high in Minnesota and we hope for another Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN - Wednesday, September 4, 1991 record-setting harvest to keep the "'G '" I1.11 #11' e mmm~lJ J,m ,~,mm ~,m~ m population in check." ,:r Although the number of -'- I -| " * vehicle's owner's manual. "[ antlerless permits is up Windom, MN, $25.00. significandy sta'te~vide, McAninch tag pressure increases as the tire h( 8llOtll Cottonwood County Issuance Of Dishonored Check pointed out that ihe number of 1 (~ up from use; for accur "" District Court -- Susan Nora Rothstein, Fulda, permits to be issued in the newly measurement, only check ; JII ~ ~ Speeding--S56.00 - Bruce MN, $150.00 ( stayed - $55.00). configured perm!t boundary areas adjust the pressure when the tire Herman Bondhus, Storden, MN. No s/s for one yr.; Restitution of will be increased conservatively.' i [se cool. - $67.20. Chad Lowell Purrington, $30. Gary Lars Holey, Windom, "We would be careless if we 3. When driving, start and sl Windom, MN. MN, Restitution - $342.70. 300 ;ubstantially increased the number This is it! The final week of ' Fail To Yield Right Of Way --- hrs.; Prohibited from maintaining of permits this year in these new rs slowly when possible and sic checking account. Other Courtareas based only on assumptions down so tires don't squeal d the Men's 2-Man League. ThingsReneeAnnHerrig, Mountain Lake,provisions; Credit w/time srvd. we make on what the hunter are really close in the early league MN, $89.60. ~6ffU~ comers. Fast starts and stops, and the Intermediate Leagues are Underage Consumption -- sentence to service, pressure and harvest, as well as tire squealing wear more robber( your tires and take miles off still open to change. The lateScott Robert Oltmans, Windom, No Seatbeit --- Irving Josephnext spring's reproduction, might - -~- operating life. Plotz, Clements, MN,$10.00. be," McAninch stated. "It's 4. Di'ive the speed League finally got in some of the make up rounds and is a little closer than last week. MEN'S LEAGUE STANDINGS August 21 EARLY LEAGUE: Bigbee-Olson 94 1/2 Fogelson-Hanson 91 1/2 Jorgenson-Teichroew 88 1/2 INTERMEDIATE LEAGUE #1: MN, $120.00. Cnsmptn AIchic Bvrg. -- Tony Jerome Krusemark, Hoffman, MN, $120.00. Person Under 21 Cnsmptn. --- Kristine Ruth Berge, Windom, MN, $120.00; Daniel Thomas Cory, Windom, MN, $120.00; Thomas Preston Quiring, Windom, MN, $120.00; Suzie Marie Rodoni, Windom, MN, $120.00. Dog License Require~d -- Robert Meier, Windom, MN, $25.00. Allowing Dog To Run At Large --- Robert John Meier, Erickson-Gillis 98 1/2 Beeck-Edckson 92 1/2 Iversou- Hedman 81 INTERMEDIATE LEAGUE #2: Torkelson-Byers 91 Croat-Best 86 LATE LEAGUE: lsder-Kirchner 98 Zieske-Berg 96 1/2 IS Another reminder to sign up for the 3-Man Best Ball Tournament on Sunday, September 15th. Also in September the Awards Night will be held on Saturday, September 14. There is a new signup sheet for anyone who wishes to play in a Nite Golf Tournament in September. As of Sunday, there didn't seem to be too many signed up. --4S--- Environmental The Southwest Minnesota Association of Conservation District Employees (SWMACDE) has been approached by educators in our fourteen county area, asking us to sponsor a full day of Environmental education activities. Therefore, our first Environmental Fair will be held September 25, 1992, at the Lyon County Fairgrounds, Marshall, MN. The Environmental Fair will consist of hands-on learning stations covering the following topics: trees, recycling, household hazardous waste, global environment, water quality, wildlife, native prairie restorations, wetlands, wind and water erosion, soils, and the food web. There will be a variety of displays for the students to observe. The students will attend approximately eight different sessions throughout the day. We will be planning the day for 2500 6th grade students representing 80 schools within the 14 county area, and their teachers. Due to the large territory we are Now that the golf season is coming to an end, I think a "You Done Good" award should go to Doug Bakke for the job he has done at the course. What with getting the bugs out of our new automatic watering system, and the problems with the motors in the pump house, we still have had great fairways, greens and roughs to play on all mmn r long. "Way to Go Bakke". Speeding & No Seatbelt -- Loretta Margaret Zaug, Watertown, SD, $69.80. Pass In No Pass Zone -- Marvin Laverne Boshart, Truman, MN, $44.80. Attempted Burglary -- Toun Soutthivong, Mountain Lake, MN. Surcharge - $55.00. Supervised probation for 1 yr. Restitution; 80 hrs.; 4 DJ Credit. Other Court Provisions; Sentence to Service, Credit s/time Srvd Sentence to Service. Firearms deer hunters, especially those who plan to hunt this November along the Minnesota River corridor and areas adjacent to it, should carefully check the map on the 1991 deer hunting Re (ISSN 8750 - 3905) Ralph T Gladys E and Thomas J. Merchant Thomas Merchant Junette Merchant Roxy Soil Patrlcla Peter=ton Madeline Alcorn Nancy Goring Edna Leeeman Lois Knutson Mrs. Donald Comnick Mrs. Paul Martin Publishers Managing Editor Weetbrook Office & Proof Reader Ad Layout & Bookkeeper Editor Walnut Grove Office lypeeetter Walnut Grove Correspondent Dovray Correspondent Milroy Correspondent Lucan Correspondent Published every Wednesday at Westbrook, Mn. 56183 Second Class Postage Paid at Westbrook, Mn. 56183 EFFECTIVE MARCH 1, 1991 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 include $1.50. Newstand price is 45 cents per copy. Mall change of address notice to: Box 98, Westbrook, MN. 56183 or Box 398, walnut Grove, MN. 56180 DEADUNES: Local News Articles and other news All Peach Ads & Market Ads Display Ads Classified Ads Noon Monday 5:00 p.m. Monday Noon Monday 10:00 a.m. Tuesday Noon Tuesday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday W1ESTBROOK SENTINEL OFRCE HOURS 507-274-6136 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Noon Hour - CLOSED WALNUT GROVE TRIBUNE OFFICE HOURS 507-859-2187 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. ' 9:00 a.m - 12:00 p.m. g:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Closed 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Noon Hour - CLOSED Other: Call Patnda Paterson at 859-2120 Fair Sept. 25 covering, we had to limit the number of students to the 6th grade level. Upon the success of the project we plan to continue this project each year. Teachers will be able to gain information for use in classroom projects, discussion and locate sources of materials and spe, akers. We will be utilizing many different agencies, groups and presenters to communicate our theme of environment. Presenters for this event will include personnel from: Department of Natural Resources, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, MN Pollution Control Agency, MN Extension, MN Department of Transportation, Soil Conservation Service, S0il and Water Conservation Districts, Land Stewardship, and Nature Conservancy. Each presenter will deliver a presentation based on their area of expertise. For further information contact: Marilyn Bernhardson at Redwood Soil and Water Conservation District 507-637-2427. important that we be conservative with the increase this year and then do additional fine-tuning again next year." Re-drawing certain permit boundary areas is a key component of'the DNR's aim to manage the state's deer herd more effectively through more precise management in permit areas. McAninch explained that the DNR manages deer populations by permit areas, primarily through hunting and the issuance of antlerless permits. "The number of antlerless permits issued is determined, to a large extent, by the deer population and accompanying habitat in a given permit area over a period of time. Over-all, that works very well but in those permit areas which have very diverse kinds of habitat, such as river valleys next to open farmland, it is not as effective." "In such areas, you can have excellent deer habitat adjacent to the fiver but in the heavily farmed areas nearby there may be little habitat. Of course, you'll have more deer in that good habitat. Until now, the number of antlerless permits issued for such an area has been based on the deer population in both areas combined," McAninch continued. "The result can then be not enough deer harvested in the good habitat but too many in the open farmland area." Delineating permit boundaries is not as easy as simply drawing lines on a map, however. "First of all, you need to have good roads which are clearly defined on the map to use as boundaries. Then you need to take into account such things as deer movement routes along river tributaries, for instance, as well as to anticipate future changes." As an example of a future change, McAninch mentioned the Swan Lake Area Wildlife Restoration Project in Nicollet County. Although not immediately adjacent to the Minnesota River, as more land in the project area is protected for wildlife it -is.expected regulations, the Department of to eventually become a direct link Natural Resomr.es advises, to the river valley for deer. By "Hunters with anflexless permits ~notluCndPa "?egs ft~or Carh~eg~,4%xtl~en~ can hunt anderless deer only in the area specified on the permit and some permit area boundaries have been changed," said Capt. Fred Hammer, Region IV Enforcement Supervisor for the Department of Natural Resources at New Ulm. "A person may hunt bucks throughout the entire zone during the time punched on the license, however." Jay McAninch, a deer research biologist for DNR, said there have been a number of changes in both the anflerless permit areas as well as in the number of permits to be issued. "There will be 193,980 anflerless permits issued this year as compared to 138,650 last year," further out into farmland country than others in order to incorporate the Swan Lake area. McAninch said all permit area changes are listed on the 1991 deer hunting map. "Make sure you take a good look at it," McAninch urged. square feet of sidn, 9,000 tastebu ls, five million hairs and 13 billion nerve cells. Harley Christians & Keltgen Seeds invites you to their at the Double Ranch 4 miles south and 1 1/2 miles east of Westbrook THURSDAY, SEPT. at 6:00 p.m. Beef Burgers! A day trip to visit restored log cabins will take place on Thursday, September 5th. Seating is limited only by number of cars m caravan. Meet at the Heritage House Museum, Westbrook, at 8 a.m. for an 8:30 departure. For more information call Alvin Kleven at 274-5222 or Wesley Bakker at 274-6373 The home pollution fighter Q: Is there anything we can do about all the tires that get thrown away each year? A: Over the last six years, Minnesota has been developing a system to process and reuse scrap tires in order to clean up our old tire dumps. However, about 3 million waste tires are discarded every year in Minnesota. We all can help reduce this number by making our tires last longer. Some drivers have been able to double the mileage of their tires and save hundreds of dollars by following these suggestions. 1. Use the recommended size tire for your vehicle. Undersized fires can lose 10 percent of their life. Consider buying a retreaded tire to encourage markets that reuse tires. 2. Inflate your tires to the pressure recommended in your Higher speeds mean hotter temperatures, which cause wearing. 5. Keep your tires in operating condition. Tires that damaged, out of balance, aligned, worn down to the bars," and not rotated will hundreds of miles of wear. 6. Slow down on rough and potholes. Any damage makes your tire less round cause added wearing of the For more information Minnesota's waste tire contact the Minnesota Control Agency Regional Office, Mark Director, RLC Building, 109 Fifth Street, Marshall, MN 507/537-7146. "I back the fam//y insurance I sell with Kood serwce. Call rr . Roger Haar Westbrook, MN Phone 274-6164 Join in the community effort to provide civil defense warning systems for the Schmidt Memorial Hospital and the Westbrook Good Samaritan Center. I) at the Westbrook Elementary School grounds. Serving from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Come and eat! Stay and enjoy the Chargers game with RTI WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT. Matching funds provided by AAL. Don=tlons from Lions. PRICE: $1.50 each Dr. Henry Schmidt Memorial Hospital ber 17, 1991 7:30 p.m. at the Community Center, Westbrook, MN. PUBLIC WELCOME 3 openings on Board. If interested call 274-6121 Judy Lichty ome financial institutions say they're number one At our bank, ore" mm mmab ore. We know we wouldn't be here without you. Every customer is important to us. Southwest State Bank We~lla~a~ 14I(. ~ Office) l'hone (607) ~rz 4F61ss FDIC