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Volunteers of Year GRACEVILLE angel, nition of as a RICE HOSPICE - ORTONVILLE/GRACEVILLE BRANCH have four volunteers who were recognized for their service as Hospice volunteers. Marlton (Bud) deNeui and his wife, Joyce, of Clinton, are pictured with their angel, presented to them in April during Rice Hospice's Volunteer Event at Willmar. ice selects a and this prac- by the various ding the of Rice were recog- work in the in the Branch of Rice Thompson Marlton (Bud) rural Clinton volunteers the Hospice begun in Big Volunteer as Volunteer, and out when organized She stated that orga- involved able to continue on the Regional meets with and staff in basis, as well as Advisory are both patient as well This desig- to any- to be with the the final DONNA THOMPSON OF ORTONVILLE is shown with her angel, presented in recognition of her longflme service as a Hospice Volunteer. /nd a Bereavement volunteer, and hours of life. Jean Pansch V Cthletes are very prone to back and why our chiropractic clinic works athletes to help relieve stiff joints and pinched nerves. and soothing massage r treat our clients. And we'lll right nutrition, exercise and stress ement to keep you healthy• Come visit our complete, modern diagnostic facility for a free spinal exam, Peterson • Clinic Main Street Ortonville 320-839-2323 is a Patient Volunteer Office Hours: M-W-F 8:300m - 5:00pm; Tues.-Thurs. 8:30am - 12noon; Sat. by appt. when she canle by to have her photo taken this week, she was on her way to a Hospice meeting! All four of these volunteers are rep- resentative of the many volunteers involved in the Hospice Program in Big Stone County. The Ortonville/Graceville Branch will have a booth at the Big Stone County Fair again this year, and are conducting a fund-raising raffle as a part of this activity. Tickets are avail- able from the Hospice volunteers throughout the county• Make sure you stop in at their booth in the Commercial Exhibit Building at the fair in July. Annual Bayview 4th of July begins 9:30 a.m. Come help celebrate the Annual Bayview 4th of July Parade and celebration• Boat parade at 9:30 a.m. weather permitting. Line up for walking parade at Rick and Tammi Lundberg's west end of Bayview at 10:30 a.m• At noon, a picnic at Koehntopp and Vangsness cabins. Bring a dish to pass, lemonade and coffee furnished. Dress in red, white and blue. Uie value of your homel the looks and value  your withe y landscaped yard. With our computerized service - we can change the look of your home right before your eyes. our work. CALL THE LANDSCAPING EXPERTS. lead to t /  Where one ca[[ does it all.1  I " Lawn Ca. & Landscaping N. Hwy. 15 • Mdbank, SD • 605-432-6313 Mon.- Fri. 8am - 6pro Sat. 8arn-4prn Legion fights for 'Concurrent Receipt' ad White House objects The 2.8 million member American Legion, the nation's largest veterans organization, is at odds with the Bush administration. The issue is legisla- tion that would allow service-disabled military retirees to concurrently receive their military retired pay and their disability compensation from the Department of Veterans Affairs• The Office of Management and Budget today issued a policy state- ment, recommending a presidential veto of any legislation that would authorize concurrent receipt of both retired pay and disability compensa- tion. The American Legion has been fighting hard on Capitol Hill to inval- idate the century-old provision that subtracts a dollar from a military retiree's retired pay for every dollar he Young Swedish pianist to perform here Child prodigy Swedish Pianist, Anders Gustafsson, will perform in the Milbank High School Theatre this Friday, June 28th, 2002 at 7:30 p.m. Anders, a 15-year old child prodigy from Amai, Sweden, his 10 year old sister Emma and father, who accompanies him on two keyboards giving a full orchestra sound, amaze audiences of any age. They play everything from boogie-woogie to the classics, he even performs "upside down!" His most notable Concert was for the King and Queen of Sweden. Anders is in the Midwest on tour. He recently performed in the 2001 Norsk Hostfest in Minot, ND. A free will offering will be taken. Refreshments will be served after the concert• Come, bring a friend! Granittdalen 1-651, the local chapter of Sons of Norway, feels privileged to bring such top-notch family entertainment to our area. or she earns in compensation for dis- abilities sustained in military service. "This is one of the hottest issues that I encounter in every place I visit," American Legion National Commander Richard J. Santos said. "A military career is filled with hard- ships, family separations, personal sacrifices, and all too often being placed in harm's way. Denying a mil- itary retiree an earned benefit - his or her military retirement pay - is uncon- scionable. Today, in Afghanistan, career officers and noncommissioned officers risk losing their retirement pay if they are wounded or seriously injured, which is absurd. "We are talking about two entirely different issues: longevity-of-service pay and disability compensation. You choose to serve your country, but you do not choose to get wounded or hurt. Punishing someone for getting shot in the defense of democracy is immoral and must not be tolerated by the American people. Congress under- stands which is the reason there is enough support for concurrent receipt legislation in both chambers to over- ride a veto." Ironically, a veteran (non-military retiree), collecting disability compen- sation, who retires from any govern- ment or private employer, receives concurrently retired pay and disability compensation without penalty. The law penalizes military retirees by not allowing concurrent receipt• And The American Legion takes issue with the status quo. INDEPENDENT WANT ADS BRING QUICK RESULTS! ] No one covers Minnesota better. It's comforting to know that Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota has been providing quality health care plans for nearly 70 years. With the variety of plans for individuals, groups and plans that work with Medicare, we've got you covered. Give me a call for more information. 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