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'AGE Rents/Land/Values/Outlook meeting SENTINEL & TRIBUNE tober,Walnut Grove- Westbrook, MN- Wednesday, October 31, leg0 The Cottonwood County available for farmers to use in I I Extension Office will be developing rents based on their sponsoring a Rents/Land own crop yields and expenses. ANation pauses to celebrate 93 p.m. on Thursday, November 15, at them determine a desired cash ns ' Values/Outlook meeting at 1:30 landowner's worksheet will help x Oj: theWindom AmericanLegion.Dary Taller, Extension return from their farmland Special Veterans Day November 11 fa.t - Area emphasis will be given to 'putting Farm Management Agent, will be your farm lease into writing" and discussing the outlook for the describe lease provisions that At 11:00 a.m. on November 11, Minnesota Veterans Home in major agricultural commodities in protect both parties. hs L I = '" - the county. With harvest Another feature of the program ' g 1918 the uns of World War I Minneapolis, 51st Street and wcre stilled. Mlnnehaha Avenue South. The |O yOU think you have no choice of candidates for completed, Taller will give an this year will be devoted to rising For the first time in our nation's observance will startat 10:30a.m. i nor in next Tuesday's election? Sure you have - there update on the commodity prices land values and how much can one history, Americans on European . Themain address will be. given that we can expect for the 1990 afford to pay for land. Current land 'Night" it! parties on the ballot. Probably the most promi.sing crop. Taller will discuss projected sales within the last twelve months soil had defended the cause of oy LJeneral James leoen, freedom. Since that day, other Chairman of the. Minnesota ling. 10/Jeastpolitlcal would be the EarthRIGHT candidates, Heart carry over stocks, production will be considered. A computer generations of Americans have veterans rio es uoara. Me= 24 -, ior.(dudlth Ann) Chosa and Steven Hesch-Bruggeman. figures, and crop usage for corn program developed at the answered their countrys call to t:anov.=tcn ano uave L, oi ,2117 1/2 !.aDout It -- the major parties certainly aren't offering us and soybeans. Cattle and hogs University of Minnesota called 15 1/L!iP.eaking oi elections and quandrles of candidates, projections will alsobe considered. Buy: Minnesota will be used to defend the national purpose and the Minnesota Jewish war Jim Christenscn, Cottonwood determine at what point land will cause of individual freedom.Veterans, also will speak. rove finally has a candidate who will be willing to fill November 11, 1990 Veterans A complimentary Continental 14 .mayor of .this great city for the next two years. County Agriculture Agent, will pay for itself using current farming Day, a time to honor all of our DreaKIast, Wi.g be sewed before the 13 f =man, Greg Hansen, has agreed to accept theg sttiTrns If present rent information that will practices. (View points of a real Nation s veterans, men and women program pcelves enou h votes in a write-In cam ai n O cou se, help renters and landownersestate lender may be a portion of who have fulfilled the highest un this. Veteransu a.y, 11 1/2 g p g . 11 1/2 .lllleave a blank In Greg's place on the council, but there develop a fair rental agreement, this program). obligation of their citizenship. ovemt er I J, . lyyu; l ne Cash rents, crop share, and flexible This meeting is open to the minnesota American t.egmn The Minnesota American ,pJu oe someone in the community who would agree to fill cash rent arrangements will be public. Legion urges all Minnesotans to salu.tes al! veterans of our nauon, -=g's remaining term on that government body. The discussed. Worksheets will be I will appoint someone to that position if Greg is honor this countrys veterans who and m M!nncsota: especially tho . Be sure you put an "X" in the box on write-in votes. "' gave their" lives" for their country mat taught, tor meir country ano now all you citizens --- it is your duty and privilege to and VOTE next Tuesday, November 6. Stand up and Global Family Fair at Windom Nov. 4 andThefOr officialfreed mstateand democraCY.observance of devotion"gave their saidlaSt fulljimmeasureLeTexier,Of One more thing -- be sure to vote YES on the Veterans Day will be held Sunday, Department Commander of The Amendment that puts some of the gambling and family issues. There will be )reservin . our natural resources. A Global Family Fair will be food samples from Japan, Norway, yOU will receive your paper in time for this celebrated at American Lutheran Germany, India, Africa, and e Halloween Party for children pre-school Church of Windom on Sunday, Mexico. Craft demonstrations will Sixth grade will be held at the Walnut Grove November 4th with food, music, include rosmaling, weaving, ty Building today, Wednesday, October 31 from 3:30craft demonstrations and guest spinning, map making, and many p.m. ursday, November 8, the Citizens State Bank is speakers. Bishop Charles Anderson others. Musicians will perform :) ing a Quilt Show at the Walnut Grove Community of ELCA will preach at both 8:30 music with an international flavor and 11 a.m. services. The as well. Free nursery is provided rOm 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. They will also be treating afternoon events begin at 1 p.m. for children ages 0 to 3 years old. he. to pumpkin pie and coffee during the afternoon. If with a keynote address by Dr.Special activities for children 4 to WOUlO like to display an heirloom quilt or one you have Dean Freudenberger of Luther 9 years old will include crafts, .% have it at the bank by noon on Thursday. Northwestern Theological music, dance, and stories from erlcan Legion and Auxiliary members, take note. The Seminary. He will speak on the around the world. /Veteran's Day Supper will be held on Monday, topic 'The Challenges of the If you have any questions, err 12 at 7:00 p.m. in the Legion Club Church in the 21st Century. At 2 please call Pastor Laurie Skow- ii good to all the creatures. Have a good week! p.m.the fifteenParticipantsworkshopsCan chooseon globalfr m Anderson, 831-1794. Vlckerman to Buffalo to be sold hold charitable at Blue Mounds gambling meeting from the left: Steve Ewlng, Pipestone (Region 7 n. Secy/Treas ); Rep Roger Cooper, DFL Bird Donna Mielke, SW'Tech "College EMS Coordinator; Jim Vlckerman, DFL T y; Robert Mielke, Windom 7 EMT Assoc n. V-President) ill: erman and Cooper by Emergency Technician First Responder -- State Cooper (Bird Senali~ Jim Vickerman were honored at Slayton School by members of ',ion 7 EMT Association. to Association Vice- Bob Mielke, Vickerman sponsored and gh the legislative P which will communities in ng their ambulance the exceptional done Rep. Cooper and an, ambulance rural Minnesota would a crisis", Mielke stated. mgh their diligence, and providers hope for the future", he added. According to Donna Mielke, EMS Coordinator at Southwestern Technical College, "Increased funding for volunteer ambulance personnel and a more practical definition of individuals eligible for training reimbursement, have increased numbers of potential volunteers to continue the availability of quality pre-hospital emergency care". Mielke added, "All of us involved in Emergency Medical Services are indebted to these men for their extraordinary efforts at the Capital". The Cooper/Vickerman legislation also addressed problems encountered by rural hospitals, physicians and nurses. The Region 7 EMT Association membership consists of pre-hospital care providers from the 10 county area in Southwestern Minnesota. It represents 40 ambulance services and 44 First Responder units. The recognition event was held at a special ceremony at the Associat.ion's October 22 meeting, held at Slayton High School. State Park Twenty buffalo will be auctioned on Wednesday, Oct. 17, at Blue Mounds State Park in southwest Minnesota. The sale begins at 1 p.m. and the public is invited to inspect the animals from 8 a.m. until sale time. Typically, the buffalo are purchased for either breeding stock or buffalo meat which is low in cholesterol. All of the animals to be sold have been tested and have health certificates. "Surplus buffalo are sold at a public auction to mai0tain the herd level established by the buffal herd management plan," said Merlin Johnson, park manager at Blue Mounds State park. Animals to be auctioned include nine calves, six-months-old; three mature cows; and two each of 18- and 30-month old heifers and bulls. State Senator, Jim Vickerman, Tracy, has announced that on October 31, 1990, he will hold a public meeting on issues related to charitable gambling. The meeting will be held at the Tracy Servicemen's Club at 7 p.m. Tom Anzelc, Director of the Gambling Control Division of the Department of Gambling, will also be attending the meeting. "I urge all area residents who have an interest in charitable gambling issues to attend this meeting," said Vickerman. "It will be a good opportunity to voice their concerns and let the gambling enforcement officials know year feelings." STATE FARM Its the simple way to answer any Queshons about your family insurance protection And ds free Call me. Roger Main Street Westbrook, MN Haar 274-6164 ~ome O~Tcet O'eoR~ngto~ y1990 CHARITABLE gambling taxes more than doubled. goal as State Representative is to keep charitable gambling funds in the communities, not sent to the state. Charitable gambling groups should be commended for their hard work, nottaxed to death. Pr l~ed ,~ 1 ~ Icr by lhe ~ l ~ Peil. Bob Oieler Treosurqw. Brewsler, ~ 56119 November 11, 1990 at the Minnesota American Legion. i; P Phone 274-5962 Westbrook, MN. STEVE SEVERSON Some people talk about promoting Ethanol as a way to reduce our dependence on foreign oil and provide additional markets for our farmers Dave Frederickson delivers! Beginning in his first weeks as our State Senator, Dave Frederickson fought for the recognition of Ethanol. He has been fighting -- and winning -- ever since. Senator Dave Frederickson makes one campaigr promise for the 1991 He will introd 'ce tegislation requiring t/ at all regular unleaded gasoline sold in Minnesota contain The Choice Is Clear: Dave Frederickson doesn't just talk about helping farm families State Senator Dave Frederickson delivers. ON NOV. 6TH VOTE TO [ DISTRICT 20 STATE SENATOR for by Frierds of Fw.der~dewe Vo~ur~eer Committee; Eldoe Haul,T~.uur~, Kedd~ven, .V~nne~t=