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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, October 19, 2016 Page 7 Redwood County Share the Spirit 2016 Mirrors of one Redwood County Share of age. Suggestions for gifts: groceries for Christmas din- the Spirit is in its 38th year gloves and mittens for ner and gifts for the children, throughout Redwood County K-grades 4, new toys and All family sizes to fit your and the 28th year for the books, new blankets and budget. Lamberton site. quilts, stocking caps & Please contact either Donations of "new" gifts scarves. Monetary gifts areMatte Weber at 507-648- of no more than $20 per gift also accepted. 3442 or Mary Amoldi at 507- are accepted at the following Do you or the organization 752-7657 with any questions locations before December 9 that you belong to want to do you may have and to set up in Walnut Grove; Integrity something special this your sponsorship. Bank Plus, Fond Memories Christmas? Family sponsor- Let's help to make 2016 a and Knakmuhs Agency. The ships are available. This Merry Christmas for every- gifts are for ages 0-18 years would include purchasing one. I .I 99 From the Office of Minnesota Attorney General Loft Swanson When you pay for services or merchandise with "plastic" (credit or debit cards), you have certain legal rights if your card is lost or stolen, if unauthorized charges are made to your card, or if you are charged for goods or services that were never delivered to you or were dam- aged or defective on delivery. Credit Cards - Lost or sto- len cards. A federal law called the Fair Credit Billing Act (FCBA) says that if you report a credit card lost or stolen before it is used, you cannot be held responsible for any unauthorized charges. If someone steals your physical card--not just the number--and uses it before you report the card stolen, you are only liable for $50 of unauthorized charges. If a thief just steals the number, you are not liable for any unau- thorized use. Undelivered and defective merchandise or services. Ifa product that you paid for by credit card is never deliv- ered, damaged or defective, or if your credit card statement con- tains other errors, you may be able to dispute the charges with your credit card company. If you are unable to resolve the problem with the merchant or service provider, send a written complaint to your credit card company at the address it pro- vides for "billing inquiries" within 60 days of receiving your statement containing the error. Be sure to include your name, address, account number, and a description of your c~ncems in your written complaint. Your credit card company must then resolve the dispute within 90 days of receiving your com- plaint. Debit Cards - Lost or stolen cards. Under the federal Electronic Fund Transfer Act your liability depends on how quickly you report the lost or stolen card. If you report a lost or stolen card: before the card is used fraudulently, you're not respon- sible for any unauthorized charges; within two business days, you are responsible for no more than $50; after two business days, you may be responsible for as much as $500; more than 60 days after receiving a statement that reflects the unauthorized use, you may face unlimited liabil- ity. Ifa thief just steals your debit card number, you are not liable for any unauthorized charges if you make a report back of your card and your card within 60 days after receiving a statements to call if your card is statement that reflects the unau- ever lost/stolen. thorized use. Contact the credit bureaus Unsatisfactory merchan- and check your credit reports to dise or services, ensure that no other financial If you purchase unsatisfacto- fraud or identity theft occurred. ry goods or services with a debit You may want to place a freeze card, you usually don't have the on your credit report, which right to stop payment or dispute prevents thieves from accessing the charge. In this case, using a your credit history and obtain- debit card is just like pay- ing credit cards or loans in your ing with cash. name. Your financial institution Send written notice of lost may offer greater protections or stolen card to the financial than those required by federal institution in addition to calling. law. For more information or to Other Tips: file a complaint, please call the Keep your financial institu- Minnesota Attorney General's tion's contact information some Office at 1-800-657-3787 or place safe. 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E Lyle Onken 507-530-1233 FIFTEEN THIRTY FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO YEARS AGO YEARS AGO October 17, 2001 October 22, 1986 October 21, 1971 Fire poster winners After a silence of twenty- At its meeting Monday from Walnut Grove are six years, the 100-year-old night, the Village Council Staey Zeug, 4th grade; bell that called parishioners discussed a proposed new Spencer Knott, 4th grade; at the Church of St. Paul in water tower with the engi- Abby Hoffman, 3rd grade; Walnut Grove to worship in neers, Sioux Engineering of Amelia Malmberg, 2nd the old church, is ringing Windom, and an application grade, Laura Xiong, 1st once again, after a bell for a grant or loan was made grade; and Alexa Byers, tower was installed near the to the FHA to help finance it. kindergarten, new church on Washington The high school football The Stars and Stripes Street. team defeated Westbrook have been flyin.g in hon- Loren Hoyt, caretaker at 24-0 in a Seven Star grad places since the the Walnut Grove City Conference game Friday September 11 terrorist Cemetery, reported a group night. attacks, Chad Coulter of volunteers set to work at The Twentieth Century kept his patriotism on the cemetery recently to Club, in cooperation with high as he was out glean- make some much-needed young people in the 4th grade ing a soybean field, and improvements on the water and older, will have a drive had the US flag on high, drainage. Sell Brothers, for UNICEF on Saturday, making an impressive Hap Munson, and Clair October 30. A supper fur- sight as he went down the Hanson helped tile and nished by club members will field. A Light has been make other improvements be served to the young people added on the combine so by donating labor, machim in the church parlors follow- that it can be seen at ery, and their time.ing the drive. night if he should combine after dark. 235377 STATE OF MINNESOTA COTrONWOOD COUNTY AUDITOR To the voters of Cottonwood County, State of Minnesota. Notice is Hereby Given, That a General Election will be held on Tuesday, the Eighth (8th) day of November, 2016, at which the polls will be open based on the following list for the purpose of electing candidates for the following offices: FEDERAL OFFICES TOWNSHIP SCHOOL DISTRICT Ten Presidential Eledors for OFFICES OFFICES the office of President and Town Supervisor Seat C School Board Members Vice-President of the United Town of Amboy District No. 81 --Comfrey States Town Supervisor Seat B School Board Members One Representative in Town of Amo District No.177 Windom the United States House Town Supervisor Seat C School Board Member of Representatives in Town of Amo Special Election District Congressional Districts: Town Supervisor Seat C No. 177 Windom 1 and 7 Town of Ann School Board Member at Town Supervisor Seat C Large District No. 2884 STATE OFFICES Town of Dale Red Rock Central One State Senator in State Town Supervisor Seat C School Board Member Senate District: 22 Town of Germantown District No. 2884- One State Representative Town Supervisor Seat B 01 Red Rock Central in the Minnesota House Town of Great Bend School Board Member of Representatives in Town Supervisor Seat A District No. 2884- Legislative District: 22B Town of Highwater 02 Red Rock Central CONSTITUTIONAL Town Supervisor Seat A School Board Member AMENDMENTS Town of Lakeside District No. 2884-03 Amendment 1 Town Supervisor Seat A--Red Rock Central Remove "Lawmakers" Town of Midway School Board Members Power to Set Their Own Town Supervisor Seat B District No. 2898 Pay Town of Mountain Lake Westbrook-Walnut Grove Town Supervisor Seat B School BoardMe?hb~s" COUNTY OFFICES Town of Southbrook District No. 330 Heron One Commissioner in County Town Supervisor Seat B Lake Commissioner Distrid 2 Town of Springfield School Board Members One Commissioner in County Town Supervisor Seat B District No. 505 Fulda Comrhissioner Distrid 4 Town of Storden School Board Members One Soil & Water Town Supervisor Seat C District No. 836 Conservation District Town of Storden Buflerfield Supervisor in the 2 Soil & Town Supervisor Seat C Water District Town of Westbrook JUDICIAL OFFICES-- One Soil & Water SUPREME COURT Conservation District TOWNSHIP Supreme Court Associate Supervisor in the 4 Soil & CLERKS Justice 6 Water Distrid Town of Amboy One Soil & Water Town of Germantown APPEALS COURT Conservation District Town of Great Bend Court of Appeals Judge 5 Supervisor in the 5 Soil & Town of Highwater Court of Appeals Judge 8 Water Distrid Town of Southbrook Court of Appeals Judge 11 Town of Springfield Court of Appeals Judge 13 CIl*lr OFFICES-- Town of Westbrook Court of Appeals Judge 14 MAYOR Court of Appeals Judge 16 City of Bingham Lake TOWNSHIP Court of Appeals Judge 17 City of Comfrey TREASURERS Court of Appeals Judge 18 City of Jeffers Town of Amo Court of Appeals Judge 19 City of Mountain Lake Town of Lakeside City of Storden Town of Storden FIFTH DISTRICT COURT District Court Judge 1 in the City of Westbrook TOWNSHIP 5th Judicial District City of Windom CLERK-TRrJJURER District Court Judge 3 in the CITY COUNCIL Town of Ann 5th Judicial District MEMBERS Town of Dale District Court Judge 6 in the City of Bingham Lake Town of Mountain Lake 5th Judicial District District Court Judge 9 in the City of Comfrey. TOWNSHIP 5th Judicial District City of Jeffers QUESTIONS Distrid Court Judge 10 in City of Mountain Lake Town of Southbrook City of Storden the 5th Judicial District City of Westbrook District Court Judge 1 6 in City of Windom--Ward 1 the 5th Judicial District City of Windom Ward 2 Dated October 7, 2016 Cottonwood County Auditor Cottonwood County Minnesota GREAT BEND MIDWAY TOWNSHIP SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP MOUNTAIN LAKE TOWNSHIP DALE TOWNSHIP TOWNSHIP Springfield Town Hall Law Enforcement Center MOUNTAIN LAKE CITY County Road 15 902 5th Avenue Mountain Lake Heron Lake, MN 56137 Windom, MN 56101 Community Center 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. 1027 Second Avenue Mountain Lake, MN 56159 CITY OF WlNDOM DELTON TOWNSHIP 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Windom Community Center Cottonwood County 1750 Cottonwood Lake Drive Courthouse CITY OF COMFREY Windom, MN 56101 900 3rd Avenue Comfrey Community Center 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Windom, MN 56101 120 Brown Street E 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Comfrey, MN 56019 AMBOY TOWNSHIP 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. GERMANTOWN TOWNSHIP CITY OF JEFFERS Jeffers City Hall 106 S. Deaver Avenue Jeffers, MN 56145 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. SELMA TOWNSHIP Selma Township Hall AMO TOWNSHIP South Court Street STORDEN TOWNSHIP Liberty Park HIOHWA/IR TOWNSHIP Comfrey, MN 56019 CITY OF STOP.DEN 10:00 o.m. - 8:00 p.m.Storden Civic Center 312 America Street LAKESIDE TOWNSHIP Storden, MN 56174 CARSON TOWNSHIP 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. CITY OF BINGHAM LAKE SOUTHBROOK Bingham Lake Senior Center TOWNSHIP 2nd Avenue Ann Harms Home Bingham Lake, MN 5611834708 440th Street 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Heron Lake, MN 56137 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. ROSEHILL TOWNSHIP WESTBROOK TOWNSHIP CITY OF WESTBROOK ANN TOWNSHIP Westbrook Community Center 849 5th Street Westbrook, MN 56183 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. i