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Nelson is ASA Fellow 'ber 24, Wallace W. Nelson, professor and superintendent at the University of Minnesota Southwest Experiment Station, was installed as a Fellow of the American Society.of Agronomy (ASA) at the f m2, Society s 1990 annual meeting, 21 to 26 October in San Antonio. ASA has been electing ! ' outstanding members to the position of Fellow since 1924. day -10/16 It becomes more apparent each day that Congress and Colleagues within the Society nominate worthy members based sident Bush are way out in left field when it comes to on professional achievements and 19 eading around the tax money of the hard working United meritorious service. The ASA 17 htes Citizen. How about this laeauty -- President Bush has Committee on Nomination of !5 the Senate Armed Services Committee to give Air Fellows, with the ASA Past ] rce Chief of Staff Michael Dugan (remember he was fired by President Acting as nonvoting J J superior for speaking out of turn on the Persian Liulf chair, ranks the nominees. Election jsco) a "golden parachute". Bush wants the committee to is then made by the ASA 9 !t iw Dugan to remain on active duty until 1991, when a Executive Committee. Only 0.3 nj tary pay raise takes effect. Dugan will receive pension percent of the members of the efits normally reserved for higher ranking officers. That Society may be elected Fellows. d nsion would be $75,900 annually after 1991 instead of Dr. Nelson has B.S. and Ph D. ,650 Dugan would receive at present retirement rates, degrees in soil science from the cording to a Quick flaure, that amounts to about a 30*/. University of Minnesota. His :~-r - " " a /dhth. irts aPf tf mw l laallffl ; ghA/rr contributions include research on / ikin soil compaction, nitrogen g military retirees receive? management and fertilization, And then we get to Congress, the bodies that wm cropping systems, rooting natle receive a lucrative Increase in salaries at the characteristics, and numerous hnlng of 1991 through their devious actions of making agronomic management systems. s automatic so they would not feel the wrath of He has served as Chair of ASA paying their wages. No where in our society are their Division A-7. He also received the who do not have to answer for their ineptness and ways except in government, Those working for government agency are our employees and they should that fact driven home in no uncertain terms. Walnut Grove. Tina Richards elected to SMAHC SENTINEL & TRIBUNE Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN - Wednesday, October 24, lgg0 I I| best represent the views of the Benson and sportspeople of this area." Randy Kamrath has already Christensen win early received the endorsements of other career award organizations including the Minnesota Dental Association, Janet Benson and Jim Care Providers of Minnesota, Christensen, Cottonwood County Pharmacists, Minnesota Extension Agents were honored by Chiropractors, Saint Paul their colleagues at the annual Volunteer Committee for Good conference of the Minnesota Government, Minnesota Soft Drink Extension Service. Benson Association and the Minnesota received the Early Career Award in Hotel, Restaurant and Resort Home Economics while Association. Christensen received the Early Career Award in Agriculture. They received their awards at the Minnesota Association of New Life Treatment Extension Agents luncheon on Center fall rally October 10 which was held in Excitement has mounted over Brainerd. the years as the Fall Rally The MAEA Early Career Award sponsored by New Life Treatment is presented to an agent who has Center approaches. In the past four developed quality programs and years, we have had opportunity to made significant contributions in be challenged by the speakers that their communities through their have come and shared. Extension careers. The award is We have scheduled our Rally for presented to recognize outstanding 7:15 p.m Tuesday, October 30, new agents who have served 5 1990. The large crowd that years or less as an Extension gathered last year encouraged us to Agent. Receiving recognition from their go ahead with similar plans for this year. Our Rally will be held at the peers is but one testimony to the Southwest Christian High School quality of educational efforts Gymnasium, Edgerton, MN. exhibited by Benson and Dr. Don Bartlette will be our Christensen. inspirational speaker for the to be held at the Legion Club in Walnut All and Auxiliary members are welcome to T will be a 7 p.m. . J he Minnesota Zoomobile will be at the Wamut Grove /ementary and WWG Middle School on Thursday, October A so, parents note, students will have their Individual lctures taken on Wednesday, October 31 at the elementary lind middle school. DON'T FORGET THE BLOODMOBILE OCTOBER 29. HAVE A GOOD WEEK! Still no word from Bush on how we can eliminate our evening. Dr. Bartlette is currendy a ce on foreign oil with alternate fuels. He is too busyWALNUT GROVE -- Tina also served on the SMAHC Grants full-time public speaker who up the precious stuff in Air Force I campaigning for Richards, local artist, has been Review Panel. She is presently Kamrath endorsed travels extensively throughout the United States and Canada. His :es. That only costs us taxpayers $5,000 per hour that elected to the Southwest Minnesota serving a partial term on the r Fo.rce I is in the air - not counting take off and landing, Arts and Humanities Council SMAHC Board to fill a vacancy, byNRA major presentation, titled ]a all the people the President has to tote along with him tar irlty and other reasons. Even Quale is burning up the fuel (SMAHC). She was elected to a She has been selected by the Former State Senator, Randy "Macaroni at Midnight," is a three year term at the 16lh annual Slayton Public School to serve a Kamrath who is seeking the Senate profile of the speaker's experiences lr.F.orce.II on the campaigning trail. Sure do have strange meeting of SMAHC in Montevideo weaving residency at the school District 20 seat in the November 6 as an Indian child growing up with r lal business" In this country these days on October 12, 1990. during this month. Slayton school election, has been endorsed by the severe speech and physical uur only recourse to the "big spenders" will be tO go tO Tina lives in rural Walnut Grove received a $500 grant from Na onal Rifle Association (N'RA). handicaps in an environment of polls In November and kick the crooks out as soon asand wig represent Murray County SMAHC as part of the I am proud to have received the poverty, child abuse and ible. ' Amicus Federated Women's Club will be sponsoring the in the organization. She has a B.A. McKnight/SMAHC Arts in Rural endorsement from the NRA. It alcoholism. .oomobile this coming Monday, October 29 from 2 to 7 p.m. in Studio Art from Southwest State Education Grant Program. means a lot to me to have received Those who have heard Dr. .he Walnut Grove Community Center. Most of the corn and University in Marshall and has had Sharon Mace, employed as a strong support from this Bartlette are convinced that no one roean harvest should be completed by that da te so numerous art exhibits and reporter for the Redwood Livewire organization." Kamrath said. "The will want to miss this outstanding )efully there will be a good turn out of donors on mat day. commissioned works. In addition, newspaper, has been elected to the United States Constitution opportunity for a rich evening of J do not need an appointment, just stop by during the she has taught classes in SMAHC Board of Directors fromguarantees the fight to bear arms inspiration. residencies in the visual arts Redwood County. Ms. Mace has a and I will not deprive people of In addition to Dr. Bartlette's noted and contribute. 4-H ranging from drawing to printdegree in Theater from Southwest that right." keynote speech, we will hold a making to tapestry weaving. She is State University and has previously The National Rifle Association short annual business meeting. a member of the Southwest served on the SMAHC Grants an(] based their endorsement on Reports in regard to the past fiscal Tuesday, October 30, the North Hero All Stars Club Minnesota Weaver s Guild and the Review Panel and livesin candidate interviews, issue year at New Life Treatment Center bers will be out and about "Trick or Treating for Prairie Basket Weavers. she had Redwood Falls. questionnaires voting record, will be distributed and election of CEF'. Members will be contacting you after school, so be Kamrath said, I am basing mydirectors to our board will be held. :ly wIth your donations at that time This is the first year . . campaign on the issues facing rural Retiring board members to whom th Hero will be conducting the drive.'ln previous years, the American Cancer Society sponsors Minnesota. After examining the we say thanks are Phillip )ntleth Century Club has been in charge. . . voting records by both myself and Anderson, Ruthton, Francis Cohrs Wednesday, October 31, the Amlcus Study Cluo will De mammography screening during my opponent, the NRA concluded of Westbrook, Mary Schelhaas of raining students in pre-school through 6th grade at a that my voting record and beliefs Edgerton, and Delores Vande Party at the Community Center. Time of the party Breast Cancer Awareness month of dwick 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Grove Cub and Boy Scouts are selling popcorn as fund raiser for the year. If you are contacted, beThe American Cancer Society will be conducting the reduced- bpurchase some, It is reported to bevery delicious, has launched a campaign to cost mammography screening you quilt makers, if you want to display your . xlrastically reduce breast cancer project at medical facilities FOrk, there will be a Quilt Show on November 8,'The e Stmte Bank is sponsoring the event. Quttts-Jlq mld be deaths in this smm by sponsoring a throughout the state beginning Rural reduced-cost mammography Octol r 22.'ldt r'e tt omen can m me bank by 'rhur,/sday morning, November 8. Thescreening project at medicalcall 1-800-ACS-2345 to find out lay will be from 2 to 5 on Thursday afternoon, November facilities throughbut the state, how to make an appointment. lers rill even be free pumpkin pie and coffee for visitors. About one out of ten women Infant and Child Health and Well in advance is the notice for the November 12 will develop breast cancer at some Safety Classes Mike Vollmer WILL SER1/E PUBUC FIRST. .t WILL GIVE PROMPT. ACCURATE ANO FRIENDLY SEIRNICE. .t WILL INSURE CURRENT OFFICE EFFI~ENCY WTTH PRESENT STAFF RET/UNED. . WILL RESPECT CONFIDEN11AUTY AND UPHOLD INTEGRITY OF OFFICE BUSINESS. . I,IQ~T QUAURED CANDIDATE WITH BOTH EXPERIENCE (OVER YEARS) AND EmJeAX . ,ONLY C,M~OATE EXP1ERIIENCED IN OFFICE M UNL GEME rr ' A PO rll E C FUU GE IN OOUNI"Y GOVERNMENT. ancl cg'culalecl by Michael Volimer o~ his own ~f, time in her life, according to present statistics. It is the second- highest cancer killer of women and probably the most feared. Yet breast cancer is highly curable if detected early. During the last three years of the mammography screening project, more than 30,000 women in Minnesota have been screened and 207 cancers detected. These are cancers that may have gone undetected without the screening project. The American Cancer Society recommends mammography every year for asymptomatic women 50 and over. every one to two years for women 40-49 and a baseline mammogram for women under 40. In order to create awareness of and adherence to these guidelines. the society's Minnesota division The Redwood Falls Hospital is offering a 4 week course for persons caring for infants and small children starting Tuesday, october 30th from 6:30-9:30 p.m. This class includes CPR certification of infants and children plus topics such as cuts, bites, fever, fractures, seizures, and burns. Participants will receive information concerning items to include in a home first aid kit plus methods of how and when to use these items. Jenny Scoates, staff nurse at the hospital, will be the educator. Fee for the course is $25.00 and classes will be in the hospital education loom. For information or to register call 507-637-2907. 831-1987 or 1.800-247-41401 PROGRAM II "Healthy small businesses are vital to a thriving rural economy. We need the state's help to cut business costs and stimulate develoment in rural Minnesota." Ted Winter Record On Business - * Maintained property tax reduction. * Continued to push for workers camp reform. * Reduced clean-up liability for small business under- ground storage tank owners. * SOUTHWEST MINNESOTA ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS FUNDS FOR: - Frontier Industries, Westbrook $102,000 - Huisken Meat Center, Chandler $1,000,000 - Monfort, Worthington $868,000 Ted talks with businessmen Rick Ommen and George Welk MnDOT about local concerns. Making Good Changes To Bring Jobs And Improve Business Climate In Rural Minnesota State Representative District 23A Paid for by Ted Winter Volunteer Committee Margaret Kunerth, Treas; 802 3rd Ave, Worthington, MN 56187