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on farm women panel 000-I00NDEPENDE- DA ag outlook foru NT State and Extension at the USDA's Forum, held late mgton D.C. National m Economic and the ses- in the United States to their md COmmunities," contribute to ranches and to strong communi- Work that farm Y invisible." on women's work with off-farm work, community agricultural Professor and Director of at Penn State the session. L. Findeis, Agricultural, and Regional at Penn Tait, Tait Farm and PA, and BIG STONE CO. Commissioner Jeanne Krueger at right is shown with Jeena Hughes of Danvers during the panel discussions. members of the Farm Women The Farm Women Network is a Network of West Central Minnesota. non-profit group located in west cen- Representing the Farm Women tral Minnesota. This network of farm Network were Jeanne Krueger, women act together to identify and Beardsley, MN; Jeena Hughes, address issues important to farm Danvers, MN; Dorothy Rosemeier, women, farm families, family farms Executive Director, West Central " and rural communities. The network Sustainable Development fosters learning, sharing and personal Partnership; and Sara Croymans. growth of its participants through Chippewa County Extension leadership education, communica- Educator. tions, and fellowship. In honor of the 50th wedding anniversary of Gorden and DeLoris Strobel, their children and grandchildren request the pleasure of your company at an open house reception on Saturday, April 20. 2fX)2 from 1 to 4 p.m. at Trinity Lutheran Church, 341 Park Street, Orlonvillc. No gifts please. QUALITY CLOCK REPAIR Antique Mantle 400 Day Anniversary Striking * Chiming CRAIG RANDLEMAN ORTONWILLE, MN 320-839-2357 Minnesota Cerl Clock,maker - Watchmaker Call After 6 p.m. for Estimates Peterson backs telemarketing consumer protection bill Rep. Doug Peterson Thursday voted for a landmark telemarketing reform bill that will shield consumers especially senior citizens from annoying and unscrupulous telephone solicitation calls. "Passage of this bill will help restore a little domestic peace to the family dinner hour," Peterson, who co-authored the bill, said. "But phone sales calls aren't just an annoyance. Many telemarketcrs use deceptive sales practices and some are outright frauds. This bill, which had the strong support of the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) lets peo- ple block those calls." The bill establishes a "Do Not Call" list, managed by the Minnesota Department of Commerce, for citi- zens who don't want to receive sales calls. Telcmarketing firms would be required to abide by the list, and if they break the rule they could be fined up to $1,000 per illegal call. Companies that repeatedly and exces- sively violate the rule could be banned from doing business in the state. Costs would be partially covered by a fee on the telemarketing firms. Local tele- phone companies will provide their customers with information on how to get their names on the "Do Not Call" list. The bill passed with an over- whelming bi-partisan majority - 126 to 8 - in the Minnesota House of Representatives, Peterson noted. "I was disappointed to see a num- ber of rural Republican legislators, including Rep. Richard Mulder of Ivanhoe, oppose this bill," Peterson said. "Many senior citizens have been victimized by telemarketing fraud. Twenty-six states already have do- not-call lists. This protects our people. I don't understand why a rural legisla- tor would oppose it." People who feel they have been defrauded by telemarketers can con- tact Minnesota Attorney General Mike Hatch, Consumer Protection Division, toll-free at 1-8(X)-657-3787 or in writing at Consumer Protection, 1400 NCL Tower, 445 Minnesota St., St. Paul, MN 55101. Consumer com- plaint forms are also available on the Internet at http://www.ag.state.mn.us/con- sumer/complaint.html. Smith and Timothy annOUnce their d and Carol Jean Ulrich, late Herbert graduated from University. as minister of Church of the ND and as a Tim is sales manager is being hodist 116th invited to our coffee on a.m. at the on Highland arson from "Timeless astration of flowers and ass. Kuehnast, Northfield, You" music (605) 2340. 13, 2002. provided on Inter/non- fees, no ts are $3 Welcome. See -= 80th SUmner the Sumner thday on 02 at the ary Room !is YOur gift. 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