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Page Ten N/Warren Town. and County News Thursday, January 14, 2010 CLASSIFIEDS thank you $150. Move-in-ready. Call We want to say Thank You to see 783-9230. to Santa and his Elves for ................................... the HyVee gift card. It was 1329 Sunset Dr. 850 sq ft. ALL classified advertising is 20 cents a word with a $3.50 minimum AND payable in advance of publication. Bring your ad to the office and pay for the ad at that time. We reserve the right to accept or refuse any or all advertising. Publisher reserves the right to cancel any advertisement at any time."Happy Ads" and "Thank You's"'are $2. DEADLINE IS NOON ON FRIDAY! cluded. In newer area. Rents $1,200.00 $1,400.00. Several plans appreciated very much! Rick, Sherry & Matthew Webb ................................... announcements In need of or wanted, soft- ball players: Local 12-U tournament softball team in need of a couple of girls, especially pitchers, for the upcoming softball season. Don't have to be from Norwalk. If you were 12 from which to choose. 515- office, 4 rms, bath, $750. 360-5063. Black Gold Realty, 681 .................................... 515-468-5148. 6310. services ................................... If you need housekeeping, Small 2BR home between laundry, cooking, ride to DM and Norwalk, $600 appointments, errands, plus retainer. Propane etc. I have references, call paid, available NOW. Call Pat 515-238-7433. Becky's Cleaning Service Weekly, bi-weekly, monthly or special projects. Have references, free estimates, Small engine repair, pick up and delivery available. Prompt reasonable ser- vice. We have used lawn mowers. 981-0014. Jim 285-3610 .................................... Dixon. ................................... The Painters -Trained By ................................... 2 BR apt. in Norwalk, $550 The Best: Interior and Ex- Rapid Rolloff Dumpstersto per month, $325 deposit, terior, Drywall Repair, Pro- Rent, 20-yard, '/Ve deliver all utilities paid exceptelec- fessionals, Quality Work, to you." 515-370-2590 tric, no pets, references Insured, Commercial/Resi- (Long Distance). OVIATT Concluded from p.8 grams that can help you filter out inappropriate con- tent, go to www.getnetwise.org/tools. Create your own version of "Never" land. Make sure that your children understand the "never" rules of using the Internet. Never give out any personal infor- mation for any reason to anyone on the Web, no matter how innocent the request may seem. Unless instructed otherwise, children are too often eager to give out their names and addresses to get free gifts through the mail or access to "fun" sites. Cut out spam. Install a virtual filter on your home computer to prevent unsolicited e-mail and other po- tentially harmful materials from being delivered. If your e-mail service does not already include a spam filter, you can buy and install software to help. Freedom of information. Children, particularly those in the preteen and teen years, use the Internet to com- municate with peers. They create MySpace profiles and blogs. Kids consider this information private and be- lieve that it is only accessed by their friends and those close to them-but the reality can be far different. Ex- plain to your children that, because whatever they post years old; or younger on January 1,2010 and inter- ested, please call. Practice starting soon! Joe: 971- 3333 or Eric: 991-8886. ................................... Alcoholics Anonymous, 7 p.m., every Saturday, New Life Lutheran Church, 4380 Wakonda Dr. Use north basement door of the required, 515-480-0857. ................................... raised. Call non 515-971- Patava Concrete 2 BRApt in Carlisle, Rental 8871, 20 years of experi- Taking orders for tearouts, Assistance available, ence. patios, replacement, new Equal Housing Opportu- _ .................................. construction, driveways, nity, 515-577-0873 or515- Schedule your Chimney garage slabs. FREE ESTI- 681-0365. Evaluation and cleaning MATES. Cal Matt Palen ................................... today. Keep your family and 210-1284 or Tim Patava 2 BR, Brick 4-Plex, heat, home safe. Climbing Boys 210-1285. water, sewer, garbage paid. Call 221-9300. online is available for anyone to see, they should have dential, Warren County ................................... no problem with you reading it. Be "Checkpoint Charlie." Keep your family com- puter in a public area, and periodically check over their shoulder to see what sites they are on and which win- dows they quickly minimized as you approached. Learn the lingo. If you do not know what a blog, an IM, and achat room are, among other Internet terms, find someone who can bring you up to speed. The only way you can be an effective ally for your child on the Chimney Gleaning. 981- " .................................. Web is to understand the language. 9077, Tim Mineart, CSIA church. Call 480-3578 or 981-0822. ................................... childcam Jumping JillyBeans, pre- school and childcare, 5 full- time openings, two part- time. CPR and First Aid Certified. Educational ac- tivities and fun field trips, elementary edu. degree with5+ experience. Call Jill at 515-480-3954. ................................... employment Part-time Nanny Position- Norwalk. Monday through Friday, afternoon till 5:30 p.m., hours flexibte, good pay. Pick-up kids from school, light house clean- ing, running errands. Must have reliable insured trans- portation. Good refer- ences, strong work ethic. This is not a babysitting job. Call Craig, 515-208-5006. ................................... houses for sale 927 E. 18 t" St:'3 bedroom, 4 th non conf. bedroom,.2 1/2 car garage, finished base- ment, Ig bkyd with privacy fence. Great location-by the pool, park and high school. $147,900. Call Matt or Jill 981-4663. ................................... 6670 Hwy G-24:4.4 acres, 2800 + finished 1 1/2 story, 4 BR, 2 bath, 24x40 metal bldg. Black Gold Realty, 681-6310. ................................... Certified. New 2 and 3 Bdrm. homes. ................................... Lawn or snow care in- Lady Warriors Begin New Year Norwalk began 2010 with a conference win over Newton Tuesda Jan. 5. The first half was a close match as neither team was really able to put points on the board. Newton struggled with Norwalk's press and the Warriors were having a difficult time finding a good shot in the Cardinal's zone. Norwalk held a 4-3 advan- tage after one quarter of play. Paige Lammers hit a three-pointer with five minutes remaining in the first half and Norwalk led 7-4. Both teams traded bas- kets and at the end of the half the score was tied at nine. Norwalk held New- ton scoreless for five min- utes and the Warriors were able to build a six point lead by the end of the third 19-13. In the final period of play, Norwalk led by as much as 11 with the help,, of another Lammers three before Newton chipped away at the lead. Newton was forced to foul to try to get back into the game. Makenzie Reed, Tori Mateer and Hall VanVelzen all stepped to Pella Christian survived to pull out a 22-20 win at Norwalk Friday, Jan. 8. The Eagles gained a 6-2 advantage at the end of one quarter. Norwalk outscored the Eagles in the second quarter and went ahead 9-6 after Lammers hit a three-pointer, but the Warriors were unable to score for the remaining three minutes and went into the locker room trail- ing 10-9. In the third quarter, Lammers scored on a lay- up with 3:20 left to go to tie the score at 13. VanVelzen hit a short jumper at the 1:55 mark to tie it again at 17. The score was tied going into the fourth quarter 19-19 after Mateer had a lay-up with eight seconds left. Norwalk only managed one fourth-quarter point holding Pella Christian to three points, but that proved sufficient for the win. The cold temperatures outside translated to cold shooting inside at the free- throw line as Norwalk was one-of-eight from the char- it.y stripe. Leading .................................. the free-throw line to 501 North Ave: 6/10 acre, 3800 finished, 3-4 or 5 BR, 4 bath, zoned residential up and business down, great location. Black Gold Realty, 681=.63,10. make 1+1 opportunities and Norwalk held on for a 36-29 win. Leading the way for Norwalk was Reed with 14, Mateer had 10, Lammers six, ................................... VanVelzen for rent 4 bdrm, 2 bath, large kitchen, very spacious, fenced back yard. Just south of County Line Road-Greenfield Plaza, 536 Marlou Prkwy, $850 rent, $850 deposit, pet dep. four and Lyndsey Pritchard rounded off the scoring with two. Megan Patava recorded three steals for the Warriors. Pella Christian Outduels Norwalk Girls In a low scoring battle, Norwalk's scoring was Mateer and VanVelzen with six each and Lammers with five points. Pritchard finished with two and Reed one point. Norwalk Falls to 6 th Rated DCG Norwalk traveled to Dallas Center-Grimes Sat- urday, Jan. 9, and,fe:tttithe Mustangs 48-32. : The Warriors trailed af- ter one quarter 11-10. Norwalk found scoring difficult in the 2 nd and was with Win scoreless for two separate three minute stretches but played well defensively and went into the half down four points, 21-14. Norwalk was unable to score for the first seven minutes of the third quar- ter and the deficit grew to 17 points. The fourth quarter Norwalk's offense came to life and the Warriors cut a 20 Mustang lead to nine trailing 41-32 with three minutes remaining when Lammers hit her second three-pointer of the game. DCG was able to pull away for the win. Free throw shooting hampered Norwalk again as the Warriors shot 47% from the charity stripe. Reed led Norwalk with 14. Lammers had six, Patava four, VanVelzen and Tay- lor Welden three each. Shelby Seibert finished with two. If the sun stopped shin- ing suddenly, it would take eight minutes for people on earth to be aware of the fact. INCOME TAX PREPARATION ,,"Electronic Filing ,,'Reasonable Rates ,"30 + Years Experience JOE HANSEN 285-6522 Imposters are lurking. Sexual predators are skilled at using the Internet to entice children into online rela- tionships, usually by setting up fake identities. Sadly, you must strongly stress that your children cannot trust anyone on the Web who they do not personally know through family or school. Calling for help. Explain to your children that they absolutely must tell you if a "person" from the Internet wants to call on the phone or meet them in person. Such meetings or'calls never can be allowed to take place without a parent's presence (including listening in on the other line), (See wwgc.safekids.com/kidsrules.htm for more rules that children and their parents should agree to abide by.) Be understanding. Although some children deliber- ately seek out "off-limits" Web content, many times they stumble upon them while trying to find legitimate in- formation. If your child comes to you and tells you about a disturbing image or site, understand that people are misdirected in their searches all the time and that it was unintentional. Read more about it! Check out some of the many Web Sites that help parents keep their children safe on the Internet. One of the best is wwwoNetSmartz.org, developed by the National Center for Missing & Ex- ploited Children and Boys & Girls Clubs of America. A Freight Brokerage Company Nationwide Service for Vans, Reefers and Flatbed Trucks Call Elite when you want your shipments handled the right way. Craig Warfield 800-289-1240 Ranch Home For Sale 1722 Cedar St., Norwalk 3 BR, 1 full plus 3/4 BA, 1125 sq. ft. plus 725 sq. ft. finished in basement, updated kitchen, new paint through entire home, new windows in 2006, new landscaping in 2009, new carpet in basement, one BR and hallway in 2007. Lots of other .ni'ce cl3anges throughout. Asking $157;000 which includes carpet allowance for master bedroom and third bedroom, buyer's choice. Seller pays closing cost with full-price offer. :: Call Scott 720-9850 or Tracee 720-9848