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THEIN WELL CO. Wells * Pumps Water C0nditi0ninl] -- King Crossword -- Last week's answers Solution time: 25 mins. A S P S O U R Daily Matinees Movie Hot Line (320) 685-7111 Arrests made for area burglaries July 2009, the Meeker Countyand Brent Paul Martin, age 35, both & Grill of rural Litchfield in March Sheriff's Office joined with multiple of Annandale, for burglarizing a 2009. Numerous other items were central Minnesota law enforcement Fort Ripley golf course, recovered during the warrant, tying agencies. They pooled investigative Aug. 26, the Meeker County this group into many related bur- resources to responsd to dozens of Sheriff's Office assisted in a search glaries across central Minnesota. burglaries across the region that warrant at a residence in the 8600 Formal complaints have been had similarities, and were sophis- block of 79th Street NW, in Annan- filed in Meeker County on Brent ticated in nature. The disarm- dale, where both Dale and Martin Martin and James Dale, and follow- ing of alarms, types of businesses reside. Several items of stolen prop- up is still being conducted on sev- that were hit, time, showed simi- ertywererecoveredthatlinkedMar- eral cases. Brent Martin has posted lar methods of operation. Intelli- tin and Dale to three separate busi- bail on his pending charges and is gence was shared across the region ness burglaries over the past year in awaiting further court appearances. as a result of investigative meet- Meeker County. The AMaze'n Farm James Dale is still being held in ings. Tuesday, Aug. 25, the Morri- YardinruralEdenVaUeyhadrelated Morrison County awaiting his ini- son County Sheriff's Department burglaries in November 2008 and tial appearance in Meeker County. arrested James Irving Dale, age 45, June 2009, as well as Kicker's Bar St. Cloud Area Job Fair 2009 to be Sept. 15 Tuesday, Sept. 15, has been set numerous employers andjob seek- Since many employers inter- as the date for the 13th annual St. ers to meet at one location,view or schedule appointments Cloud Area Job Fair 2009. The job !'The job fair continues to be for job applicants right at the job fair will take place at the St. Cloud a success each year," said Linda fair, applicants are encouraged Civic Center and is scheduled to Yozamp, manager of WorkForceto bring copies of their r~sum~s run from i to 5 p.m. It is sponsored Center/Job Service. There were if they have them and dress as if by Minnesota WorkForce Center, 1,200 job applicants at last year's they were going to an interview. St. Cloud Area Economic Develop- job fair. Yozamp continued, "Dur- If you would like more informa- ment Partnership, St. Cloud Tech- ing this economy, the Area Job Fair tion, please call a WorkForce Cen- nical College, and St. Cloud Times. is another way for job seekers to ter/Job Service representative at The job fair is free to the public and talk with employers about current (320) 308-2929. offers an excellent opportunity for or future job openings." Tidbits me. I've watched toddlers learn- Private and government-owned ing to walk in sandals and have radio and TV networks broadcast Crickets in the house on the patched many scratched kneesthroughout South Korea. i8th? Acorns on the ground about from their falls. I've watched peo- The common thread between the same time and now sounding pie dance up a storm wearing flip- the two Koreas is food. The most like hail on the deck and roof on flops or slip-ons and marveled that popular and basic food is rice. The even slightly windy days and the they can do such. What s wrong previously mentioned kimchi, is calendar only showing the 27th of with me? next in popularity to rice. Kim- August. I hope the signs of fall do Koreawasthenationwelearned chi is a highly spiced mixture of not mean an early start of winter, about this month. The menu cabbage, onions, turnips and sev- Rereadin my notes from the wa Chicken Bulgogi (which left eral other vegetables. Other foods last dining site coordinator's meet- much to be desired), cooked cab- they enjoy are barley, fish, apples, ing, I decided to share a couple of bage with garlic butter (yummy), peaches, pears, beans and pota- tidbits with you. OnJulyl, Minne- steamed rice with parsley and toes. sota cut the senior dining meals grapes. As we continue the Celebration by 16 centers per meal; bringing Kite flying is popular even of Nations, the spotlight will be on the p~r meal co-~t down to $6.16_ Ifa i~ ..... ,~ oldeer K ........ ]tt~t likc we~l)a[ll ill ~ept~ll~ber- th~ ~t ~I g~O~i~ ~t ~, 1 say "cheese"- who came up with The last "tidbit" this month Is failed to notice. Still, the program that?-whentakingpictures, Kore- about a change starting in Octo- can feed 100 people a day for the ans say the name of one of their ber. Brainstorming the topic has average cost of offe day in a nurs- favorite foods, kimchi. Kimchi is a been discussed numerous times ing home. side dish of fermented vegetables at the coordinator meetings in St. The Council on Aging provides and various seasonings. Cloud for several years. Kimball what is called "Nutritional Edu- North Korea is ruled by the will become one of many"no pre- cation" to Senior Dining Sites on Communist Party. Their constitu- registration" sites. a monthly basis. This year, they tion guarantees religious freedom, Inallhonesty, I have mixed feel- have "Fall Prevention" once each but the government discourages ings about it. I know through other quarter; with different informa- it as it conflicts with communist sites~ experiences, there are din- tion each time. This quarter's teachings. Virtually, no religious ers who won't attend if they have title was kind of catchy: "Don't Be activities occur openly. Few of to register the day before. Hope- Swept Off Your Feet." their people own cars. Few of the fully, knowing you can just show The information that caught my attention was about dressing your feet in the best. Did you know what you wear on your feet can help you stay active and right-side up? One should always wear non- skid:soles indoors and outdoors. Keep your laces tied. We older folk know that and most likely taught our children and/or students to tie theirs. Right.2 So, why are many children running around with laces dragging along their shoes? Laces now-a-days are a lot lon- ger than they used to be. Working with children, many times a day, I find myself telling kids to tie their shoes. Tongue in cheek, I have learned, children never trip or fall due to untied laces; shoes can be slipped on and off much faster and shoes can go flying off your foot when you kick a ball. I decided to tie my "outside" shoes loosely in order to get them on and off quicker. It worked okay, but my feet seemed to flop around and it felt like nay foot would slip out of the shoes. It wasn't exactly comfortable. Maybe it only works for children! Wear shoes and slippers that enclose your foot instead of slip- ons or flip-flops. I tried flip-flops once and decided they weren't for city people besides high-ranking government officials have houses. Most of the city people live in one- or two-room apartments. Notice, it is rooms, not one- or two-bed- room apartments. The state pays all school expenses and students are required to attend 11 years. The students are also required to work for the state part of the summer. Only those students who have the Communist Party's approval may continue schooling beyond the 11 years. The government controls all broadcasting, publications; and radio and TV networks. South Korea has many high- rise apartment buildings and modern houses in cities and as it has become more properous, the number of vehicles has increased, averaging one vehicle for every five people. People have complete freedom as far as religion is concerned. Nine years of schooling is required by law and is free for stu- dents. South Korea's 1.5 million farms average 3.5 acres in size and South Korea is one of the world's leaders in the fishing industry. up to eat will "up" our numbers. I know a site that had no pre-regis- tration for years. Upon switching to having them sign or call the day before, several informed the coor- dinator that they just wouldn't come, and they kept their word. I will still give the cook in Maple Lake a "guesstimate." The current diners are good about telling staff if they plan to be gone or if they have an appoint- ment and they might not get back in time. They know I order for them just in case. Some take it home with them the next day. My hope would be any senior who decides on the spur of the moment to join us for dinner, will. 'Till next time, Rosalea Hoeft Satellite Site Coordinator