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Editorial Comment WWII VETERANS in attendance at the Veterans Day Program on Saturday, Nov. 13 held at the Big Stone American Legion gathered for this photo following the program. From left to right are Elwood Throndrud, Gene Burdick, Les Iverson, Gerald Glees, Ray Bergeson, Frank Zeek, Dwayne Koehntopp, Dale Lantis, Ervin Kaufman, Jeff Bunting and Harry Pinkert. Veteran Service News By Dan Meyer Big Stone Co. Veteran Service Officer The office hours for the Big Stone County Veterans I Service Office are 7:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday through Friday. My office phone number is (320) 839-6398. I want to thank all the veterans and civilians who attended Amy Klobuchar's visit to our County on Nov. 12, at the Ortonville VFW. Senator Klobuchar is a true veteran's advocate and is committed to making sure that our veterans are recognized for their military service to this great Nation. Senator Klobuchar presented the Flag of the United States of America that was flown over the United States Capitol. A Certificate for the Flag was also presented to the Big Stone County Veterans on behalf of their service to the United States of America. I will be purchasing (with outreach grant dollars) a shadow box for the U.S. Flag and the accompanying Certificate for display. This shadow box will be displayed at the County Courthouse for all county residence to enjoy, and be present for display at future veteran's Outreach events. All Big Stone County residents should be very proud of our veterans. Freedom is not free, it comes with a price)!!! In other news. Veterans Affairs (VA) to Fast Track to claims for Agent Orange exposure. VA has announced an aggressive new initiative to solicit private-sector input on a proposed "fast track" veterans' claims process for service- connected presumptive illnesses due to Agent Orange exposure during the Vietnam War. They affect veterans with Parkinson's disease, ischemic heart disease, and B-cell leukemias. In practical terms, veterans covered by the "presumptive of service- connection" don't have to prove an association between their medical problems and military service. Until next week, take care and "Fair Winds and Following Seas !" D YOUR AT CARLSON DRUG! Holiday Russell Stover BOXED CANDIES for Thanksgiving and Christmas FREE GIFT ;REETING CARDS for Thanksgiving and Christmas BOXED CARDS DRUG Your Locally Owned and Operated Main Street Thri.fty w.h Ortonville, MN White P, ormocis,s Mike ond Brian 320-839-6102 IDrug ToSer00eYo.r LOTs OF FIO CIFT WRAP, GARLAND, LI( AND OTHER DECORATIONs! OFC set for Project Christmas OFC of Ortonville, Inc. (formerly Ortonville Area Jaycees) are getting geared up for Project Christmas again this year. The OFC will be buying gifts for underprivileged chil- dren in Big Stone County. Last year, over $5,000 went towards gifts for 200 children. If you would like to help with this excellent cause you can send cash donations to Project Christmas, P.O. Box 53, Ortonville, MN 56278 or you can drop off "new" unwrapped gifts or donations at Blair Johnson, CPA and Minnwest Bank in Ortonville. The OFC buys all the toys locally. They plan to do their shopping on Saturday, Dec. 4. Please have all toys and cash donations at the drop off sites by Tuesday, Nov. 30. If you have any questions regard- ing this please call Lisa Merritt at 320-839-6284 or Carri Hamann at 320-839-2774. ,,z.e, ,,=, ,,ze, % bird" 1 2 3 12 16 19 22 26 31 35 39 43 49 50 51 55 62 65 Clues ACROSS 1. Wainscot 5. Glasgow inhabitant 9. Rural Free Delivery, (abbr.) 12. Dry 13. Digital transmitting device 15. Picasso's mistress 16. City historically called 1. Jassy 2. 17. White poplar 18. Fevers associated with 3. malaria 19. Reciprocal of ohm 4. 20. A way of coursing 5. 22. Chinese kingdom, 6. 304-439 AD 25. At all times 62. 63. 64. 65. 66. 67. 7. 26. Being the first or 8. preliminary stage 9. 27. __ Farrow, actress 10. 11. 28. Yuppie status car 31. To have 32. Pairs with Mamas 14. 34. What we breathe 15. 35. Pre-2002 Austrian 21. money unit (abbr.) 23. 24. 36. Hawaiian geese 38. Point midway between S and SE 39. Decorate a cake with frosting 40. Military school student 42. Barbie's boyfriend 43. Port in SW Scotland 44. Egyptian goddess 45. A fencing sword 47. Fitted instrument container 48. River sediment 49. Lunacy 53. __ Dhabi, Arabian capital 55. The size of a surface 56. Sacred Muslim shrine 60. Walking aid JEll ..... -- -- mJ Striker's replacement 25. Issue forth Sedate 26. Tobacco Klu Klux __ 28. Court game Language of the deaf 29. One who hoards Consequently money Kill a dragon (var. 30. Small brown spel.) songbirds 31. First Chinese Clues DOWN dynasty County in China 33. Intersect to form a Ancient name for cross Syria 37. Scottish tax Restaurant clean up 41. A citizen of Bangkok person 44. Face coverings Unequivocally 46. Sir James Whyte detestable and Shirley Temple Senior officer 47. Atomic # 58 Adult male swan 49. Chadic A lyric poem 50. Segments of a circle Broadcasted on TV 51. The distribution of Finger millet playing cards Roman satyr 52. Grab The least desirable 54. Two-toed sloth portion 57. Swiss river Princess of Colchis 58. Not small Emerald month 59. Rapid bustling Medical moniker movement Possessed 61. Point midway Mongolian capital _ between NE and E Bator The Ortonville Independent (U.S.P.S. 412-460) JAMES D. KAERCHER Publisher / Managing Editor SUZETTE KAERCHER-BLAKE Editor and Advertising Sales MIKE SWENSON Associate Editor / Advertising Rep Tues., Nov. 23, 2010 Vol. 92: No. 45 Continuing the ORTONVILLE JOURNAL STAR Published Every Tuesday at 29 2nd St. N.W. Ortonville, MN 56278 Periodicals Postage Paid at Ortonville, Minnesota SUBSCRIPTION RATES $35.00 per year in Big Stone, Lac qui Parle, Traverse and Swift Counties in Minnesota, Grant and Roberts Counties in South Dakota. $40.00 for all other counties in Minnesota and South Dakota. All others, $45.00 per year. Postmaster: Send address changes to The Ortonville Independent, Box 336 Ortonville, Minnesota 56278. NEW SUBSCRIPTION RATE SCHEDULE - ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ARE BASED ON A FEBRUARY 1ST DUE DATE- Big Stone, Lac qui Parle, Traverse, Swift Counties in Minnesota and Grant and Roberts in South Dakota February .......... 35.00 August .............. 17.52 March ................ 32.12 September ........ 14.60 April .................. 29.20 October ............. 11.68 May ................... 26.28 November ........... 8.76 June .................. 23.36 December ........... 5.84 July ................... 20.44 January ............... 2.92 ALL OTHERS IN MINN. AND SO. DAK. February ........... 40.00 August ............. 20.00 March ................ 36.63 September ........ 16.68 April .................. 33.30 October ............. 13.36 May ................... 29.97 November ......... 10.00 June .................. 26.64 December ........... 6.67 July ................... 23.31 January ............... 3.34 ALL AREA OUTSIDE OF MINN. AND SO. DAK. February ........... 45.00 Augusl .............. 22.50 March ................ 41.25 September ........ 18.75 April .................. 37.50 October ............. 15.00 May ................. 33.75 November ......... 11.25 June .................. 30.00 December ........... 7.50 July ................... 26.25 January ............... 3.75 "PUBLISHER'S LIABILITY FOR ERROR" The Publisher shall not be liable for slight changes or typographical errors that do not lessen the value of an advertisement. The Publisher's liability for other errors or omissions in connection with an adver- tisement is strictly limited to publication of the advertisement in any subsequent issue or the refund of any monies paid for the advertisement. DEADLINES Church notes - Saturday mail Display ads - Friday mail Correspondence - Monday mail Pictures - 5 p.m. Friday News - Friday afternoon Classified ads - Friday noon (Any ad brought in later will be too late to classify.) OFFICE HOURS A Monday: 8 AM-5 PM h Tuesday: 8 AM-5 PM A Wednesday: 8 AM-5 PM A Thursday: 8 AM-5 PM h Friday: 8 AM-5 PM A Holidays may affect office hours. LETTERS POLICY Letters to the editor discussing com- munity issues are encouraged. Letter writers should be aware that The Independent reserves the right to edit and/or condense letters for print. The paper also reserves the right not to pub- lish letters that are unsuitable or for which it might be held legally liable. Letters should contain the writer's rinted or typed name, signature, address and telephone number. Addresses and telephone numbers will not be published. Letter writers are asked to limit them- selves to one letter per month. Please keep letter brief, perferably not over 350 words, and to the point. AD vs. NEWS The Ortonville Independent policy in determining what is advertising and what is news is based on one simple test: If an individual business or organi- zation charges for admission to an event for an item or for a service, it will be con- sidered advertising. In other words, "If you charge, we charge." Advertising is the life-blood of a news- paper. Without it a newspaper would cease to exist. The money a paper receives for subscriptions and single paper sales is used to pay for the ink and paper used in producing the product. It no longer does so because of paper cost increases. It still covers the cost of ink and a small portion of the paper used. Advertising to a newspaper is like crops and livestock to farmers; meat and products to the grocer; dresses and coats to the soft-line merchant; and plows and tractors to the implement dealer. Without any of those items, the particular busi- ness WOLIId not be in business. ADS: We reserve the right to refuse any advertising without obligation to justify our decision. POLICIES: A News: Our goal is to report the news as fully and accurately as possible. The staff's opinions will appear only on the opinion page. A Editorials: Opinions published on this i page whether locally written or reprinted from other sources is intended to stimu- late thinking and discussion among our readers. Opinions expressed by the edi- tors are their own and not necessarily those of or, her staff members. Opinions expressed in items from other publica- tions may be contradictory to the editor's own views, but are offered for their gen- eral interest INDEPEN_DENT Phone 320-839-6163 or fax 320- 839-3761 to place display, classi- fled advertising or news in the Ortonville Independent or via... e-mail mail@ortonvilleindependent.com For Sports e-mail mike@ortonvilleindependent.com For the Editor e-mail sue@ortonvilleindependent.com Check our web site: www.ortonvilleindependent.com Page 4 0000INDEPENDENT Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2010