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ACTION 1NE!. . . . . . . . . . . CLASSIFIED A.D To Place an ad- Phone 274-6136 or 1-800-410-1859 Wednesday, October 21, 2009 Page 13 AUTOMOTIVE GARAGE SALES 472-3045 or 712-479-2493. OLD CARS. October: $65/ton. Roll-off dumpsters For Sale: 2002 Ford Focus I've been in my house 45 SERVICES available, Certified scale. SE, navy blue, 4-door, 4-cyl:, years! I'm having a moving Unloading services. B&C automatic, power sunroof/ sale -- lots of stuff to dispose MCCARTY MOTORS "The Metals, Rock Valley, IA, 712- windows/locks, 91,000 miles, of! Sat., Oct. 24, starting at Place To Go" for outdoor 476-4500. good condition, $4200 OBO. 9:00 a.m. 500 8th St., Iocat- power equipment. Snapper, Call 507-274-5117atnightor ed south of park in Walnut Country Clipper, Briggs & WORK WANTED leave a message. Grove. Stratton, Kohler, Tecumseh. 712-472-3257, Rock Rapids, SCRAPBOOKER FOR HIRE All classified ads for non-established accounts must be pre-paid (or charged to Visa or Mastercard) ads RESPONSIBILITY: Please check your ad after the first insertion and bring any errors to our attention imme- For Sale'. 2000. Honda,. F A g a IA. -- Love to scrapbook butdiately. Corrections will be cheerfully made. We are not Accord LX, n=ce cond=hon, -- ........... B"AKKER TAXI don't have the time? Want a responsible for errors beyond the first insertion. If you fail $5950..2000 Ford Explorer, EQUIPMENT -- me. turnaround" DERMY time.- 6- scrapbook but don't have the to noti us, the publishel's liability is tim|ted to cost of the ..-..., ~.,~,- ....., ...~-super-~ce'~et$5250~ Curtis-''" NEW & USED FEED MIX- Drawing for free shoulder- ambition? Let me turn your first insertion of the ad. 41 71 1 ERS; PARTS, SERVICE mount deer See us at treasured memories into a INVESTIGATE before you invest The Sentinel 3- 9 .... . lasting keepsake! CustomTribune does not knowingly accept fraudulent or decep- For Sale: 2005 NissanAItima bearings,Liners' augerS,chain,fhghtmg,etc. 726-3080.bakkettaxldermy'cm" 712- made scrapbook albums tive advertising. Readers are cautioned to thoroughly 2.55 -- silver, great mpg (30), www.postequip.com. Post ~ ordesignedsomeoneeSpeCiallYspecial.fr CallYU investigate 'Business Opportunity" and other ads which 86,300 miles. Asking Equipment, Rock Valley, IA, . $8650.00. Phone 712-472- 712-476-4500. .malor DESTRUCT!ON, con- Holly at 507-855-2494 orrequire an investment. 6o5-838-7377. CLASSIFIED AD DEADLINE 2379. -- lact uarren ~ A,=,avance RENTALS Transmission for all car care ~ 9 a.m. For Sale: '96 Dodge Caravans- - - - -- ---- needs. 712-477-2294. 507-360-9963.BALING'~~Alfalfa' grass &I out' L=~'= mu'~ ~liOctober2?thl, officeat 36 Park Drive,' Slayton, 'Or l=t, tl , A j Rent_ s -- 3-seat, 4-door, good condi- For Rent: 2BR mobile home ~ straw. No job too far. David tion. $1350.00. 507-483- in Rock Rapids -- central air, /4,1~l/r.,u Kramer 507-967-2140 or 2936. stove, fridge, washer, dryer. ~ 1~U~7 Available immediately. 712- WANlY_U: bL;HAI-' IHUN, Se;,, in the As wet weather delayssix months, the recom-air more than 3 to 5 Approximately 40 soy- the harvest over much of mended moisture content degrees, Extension beans lost in this area will I Ca/a rlowe/,orcl , -ase.-eu southern Minnesota, is 11 percent. Soybeans experts warn, or you will add up to one bushel per d University of Minnesota harvested at ll to13 per- overdry the beans and acre. Makelossdetermi-ICarolineSonderRaardl Extension crops experts cent moisture can be possibly cause an increase nations at several loca-I West12ro4og hS(56183 I Sentinel encourage soybean grow- placed directly into ordi- in splitting, tions and calculate an ers to combine as early as nary storage bins Research shows that average. possible to prevent yield equipped with simple aer- exposing soybeans to rela- For more information, Tribune losses due splittir/g, lodg- at|on systems (perforated tive humidity values of visit Extension's website ' I Ph. 274-6136 ing or poor threshing of ducts or pads and. rela- less than 40 percent can for eorn and soybean pro- the plant. However, they tively small fans), cause excessive splitting, ducers dealing with frost I 1-800-410-1859 caution, if soybeans areNatural-air drying Although most and other weather effects, harvested at greater than guidelines: Using Minnesota soybeans have www.extension.u'mn.edu/ 13 percent moisture, art|- unheated air to dry soy- reached maturity, harvest Frost. ficial drying is necessary, beans usually works well, losses that don't make itFor soybean harvesting Growers should manage but it's a slow process (two inside the combine storage and handling their options for storing to six weeks, depending account for roughly 80information given todays higher-moisture soybeans on initial moisture, air- percent of harvest loss, weather Conditions in according to the following flow and weather), according to ExtensionMinnesota, check out recommendations, says In southern Minnesota,crops educator Dave these additional resources Extension agronomist use an airflow of 1 cubic Nicolai. To minimize th!s from University of Seth Naeve: foot of air per minute, per loss, Nicolai says it s Minnesota Extension; Soybeans with greater bushel (cfm/bu) to dryessential to remember Grain Storage Tips: than 13 percent moisture beans with 17 to 18 per- that ground speed, com- Factors and Formulas for are likely to mold under cent moisture, 0.75 cfm/bu bine adjustments, and the Crop Drying, Storage and warm . conditions, for beans with 15 to 17 location and speed of the H a n d 1 i n g However, if the storage percent moisture, and 0.5 pickup reel are important beans mm us by. b Lo t m ec. ture callv in the field and (189KBPD byWiJliam stored for at least six drying guidelines: If "fidjust your combine for Wilcke and Gary Wyatt, months (at 13 percentcool, damp weather pre- the crop conditions, University of Minnesota moisture) without mold vents soybeans from clry- Nicolai said. Extension, Reviewed in problems, ing to 13 percent mois- Estimating soybean 2009 by David Nicolai For storage in temper- ture, consider adding a harvest loss: Estimate Soybean Drying, atures higher than 60 small amount of heat to loss by checking an area of Handling and Storage degrees or for periods of the natural-air dryers. 10 square feet, Extension by Bill Wilcke and Vance d hMinnesotaMrey' University of fied ined Medication Aide IBIAt .t a Vc &l learlyHarvest soybeans aSas possible Would you like to be part of a caring team? tentlon Vie n terans |W | VA Extends "Agent Orange" Benefits to more veterans | | Extension news release Candidate must have CNNHHA and Trained I i Parkinson's Disease, Two Other Illnesses Recognized. ! i from Oct. 13, 2009. Medicationof AideworkingCertificateindependently.and must be capable | 11~ ~Veterans Affairs has now added Park|risen s Disease, B cell Leukemias, and | lld I Hospice is willing to assist qualified HHA in | ~ | lschemie Heart Disease to the VA's list of presumptive diseases related to the herb|- | ~ | i N ! cide commonly known as Agent Orange. ! ~ | receiving TMA certification. Call or pick up an" application at the Hospice ~ | Veterans who served in Viet~]am during the war and who have a "presun~ed" illness | l.~ | ATTE 507"836"81,1,40" | ~ ~ do not have to prove an association between their illnesses and their military service. | ~ | i N i This "presumption" simplifies and speeds up the application process for benefits. I N ! S n OW b i r d s | h~ | in practical terms, this means Vietnam veterans (defined as those veterans on land) | ~ | | ~ | ' who are diagnosed With any of fl~ese presumptive diseases would be eligible for | ~ ~ | h~ | disability benefits In additin' if any f these diseases caused r cntributed t the | " | Profession ! r~ I veteran's death, the veteran's spouse may be eligible for VA benefits. ! ~l =~--~' ~ | k~ | It is recommended that if any veterans or spouses in Cottonwood County believe ~ ~ | z ~ ~ | they may qualify, please call Todd Dibble, Veterans Service Officer at 507-831-5522 | ~ |. ~ - i I R I or stop by the office ]ocated at 41385 Hwy. 71in V,/ indom, i ffi ! ~ | This decision brings to lh the total number of presumed illnesses recognized by the ' =! your business Sa ford ~ | Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). Following is a complete list of Agent Orange | kl~ | -- ,,~ W~:,stb~k name nere-: Iffl presumptive diseases. I~l | l~ |" Acute & Subacute Transient i I | Remember to stop Call Joan Sanford Veestbrook | ~t | Peripheral Neuropathy Chloracne I lit | byyour newspaper 920 Bell Ave,, , | ~ |" Chronic Lymphocytic Leukcnia . AL Amyloidosis | [] | ~1"" Wcstbrook, MN 56183 | [MS |. Diabetes Mellitus (Type 2) Hodgkin's Di!ease | pi] | office to change | |. Multiple Myeloma Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma| [I | your address for the .... Medical Clinic r-~n'~ 9711 ~'Ir,~ (507)274-612/ | ~ |" Porphyria Cutanea Tarda Prostate Cancer | ld | winter. | [] | : Respiratory Cancers Parkinson's Disease | [] | ~,' vv.'L-."r'v= ~lj,# Clinic Hours: N " " Mon-Fri. 9 am~5pm | ~ | Soft Tissue Sarcoma | II Knakmuhs Agency Saturday [~i (other than Osteosarcoma, Choadmsarcoma. Kaposi's sarcoma or Mesothclioaa) ~1~[I lnsumnce Real Estate " "'~ " |" I rhisadmadepossiblebyagrant)qomtheoMinnesotaDepartmentofVeteransAJ)airs. ~ ~gedoh=~v Phone 859 154 Westbook Hospital I fol'changi WalnutGrove. MN56180 (507) 214-6121 to out (~f Westbrook. M N 274-5962 24 hr. emergency scrvicc w n Peterson Estates W--"-~ ~" .... Senior [.ivmo an[ [o see ATTENTION!!! Snowbirds Professional Directory. (507)274-6804 New Century Press is seeking an enthusiastic self-motivated people per- son with strong phone & personal communication skills to sell advertising into its group of Southwest Minnesota and Northwest Iowa newspapers, shoppers and magazines. This position is based from our Westbrook, MN office. Responsibilities include servicing existing accounts, develop- ing new accounts and assisting in developing new promotions. Sales experience preferred. We offer competitive pay, retirement investment program, paid vacation, personal days, health benefits and more. Send resume to Lisa Miller, PC Box 28, Rock Rapids, IA 51246 or email Imiller@ncppub.com your business name here? Call Joan At: 507-274- 6136 SENTINEL TmUUNE For all your printing jobs Call 274-6136 Westbrook Walnut Grove RESPECT THE E RTH