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Thursday, March 1, 2012 N/Warren Town and County News Page Five OFFICIAL NOTICE OF SHERIFF&apos;S STATE OF IOWA WARREN COUNTY PUBLICATION LEVY AND SALE Iowa District Court } SS COURT CASE # EQCV033185 WARREN COUNTY CITIBANK NA AS TRUSTEE FOR WAMU SERIES 2007-HE2 PLAINTIFF vs MICHAEL RUBY; DEBRA KAY COWlE; DOUGLAS EUGENE RUBY; NICOLE MAYE RUBY DEFENDANT (Judgment Debtor) X Special Execution As a result of the judgment rendeced in the above referenced court case, an execution was issued by the court to the Sheriff of this county. The execution ordered the sale of defendant(s) X REAL ESTATE to satisfy the judgment. The property to be sold is X described below: The Northwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section 15, Township 75 North, Range 24 West of the Fifth Principal Meridian, Warren County, Iowa, Except beginning at the Northeast comer of the Northwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter, thence West 663 feet, thence South 940 feet, thence East 663 feet, thence North 940 feet to the place of beginning And Except that portion condemned by the County of Warren, State of Iowa as shown In Deed Record 189, Page 156-193 and Except Pamel "1" and "J" of the survey of the Northwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter, of Section 15, Township 75 North, Range 24 West of the Fifth Principal Meridian, Warren County, Iowa, as shown in Irregular Plat Book 14, Page 13 of 75-24 In the Office of the Warren County Recorder AKA The NW 1/4 of the NW 114 of Section 15, Township 75 North, Range 24 West of the 5th P.M., Warren County, Iowa EXCEPT beginning at the Northeast comer, thence West 663 feet, thence South 940 feet, thence East 663 feet, thence Nor 940 feet to place of beginning AND EXCEPT Parcel "r and Parcel "J" of the Survey of the NW 1/4 of the NW 1/4 of Section 15, Township 75 North, Range 24 West el the 5th P.M., Warren County, Iowa, as shown in Irregular Plat Book 14, Page 13 of 75-24 and recorded in Book 2001 Page 1523 on February 26, 2001 in the office of the Warren County Recorder. (Locally known as: 15247 R63 Hwy, Indlanola, Iowa) The described property will be offered for sale at public auction for cash only as follows: Date of Sale Time of Sale March 16, 2012 10:00 AM Place of Sale Warren Co Courthouse, East Doors, Indianoia, Iowa X This sale not subject to redemption. X Property exemption: Certain money or property may be exempt. Contact your attorney promptly to review specific provisions of the law and the appropriate notice, if acceptable. Judgment Amount Costs Accruin 9 Costs Interest 5.006% Attorney $167,279.35 PENDING PENDING from 5-13-11 Benjamin Hopkins $7,066.30 1350 NW 138th St., Ste 100 Clive, IA 50325 (515)222-9400 Date: February 14, 2012 Sheriff: JAMES W. LEE, WARREN COUNTY, IOWA Mayor's Moment By Mayor Doug Pierce As I stated last month, I am writing articles in regard to the ever-increasing de- mands being placed on the services provided by the City of Norwalk. This month, I am going to talk about the Library with some examples of the "growth" that it is experiencing thanks to the superb efforts of Holly Karlen, Library Director and the staff. Last year, the Library had over 71,000 visitors. By comparison, at the six month point of this year, there have been over 41,000 visitors, so if this rate continues, it can be projected that there will be an increase of over 10,000 over last year's numbers. Therefore, 80,000 plus is not an unrealistic utilization expectation this year. Last fiscal year, the Library had 16 adult programs; however, that has now been increased to 39 with many more planned for the rest of this year. Additionally, the Summer Reading Program had 990 children signed up last year and the expectation for this year is that it will easily exceed 1,000. If you combine that with an added Adult Summer Reading Challenge, it is making the case that we are rapidly "outgrowing" our library, especially when you consider that Norwalk is increasing in population at the rate of 7-10% each year which, obviously, will result in an escalating utiliza- tion. I attended the Library Board's monthly meeting on February 13 and after all the program/event information had been presented by Holly, it became apparent that in the near future, we will need to be seriously considering a library expansion. Again, a good problem to have but it shows the ever-increasing demands being placed on our Departments. I want to thank the Library Board (Tom Dunn, Chair; Diana Duffy, Laura Greiner, Jordyn Hill, Andrea Johnson, Donna Kitterman and Dick Schreiber, Secretary) for their dedicated efforts to make our Library so supportive of the needs of Norwalk. The Norwalk Library originally opened its doors March 5, 1962 -- fifty years ago. Because of this significant "Golden Anniversary," the Library will be celebrating this event for the rest of the year with a variety of programs and events for the commu- nity. More information will be coming out about this and I urge you to take part in this celebration and let the Library Board, Holly and the staff know how much they are appreciated. College Savings Iowa to Give Away $529 College Savings Iowa Account. State Treasurer Michael L. Fitzgerald encourages those attending Kidsfest to visit the College Savings Iowa booth to register to win a $529 College Sa v- ings Iowa account. Kidsfest, a family-oriented event that features fun ac- tivities and entertainment for children and their families, will be held at the Iowa State Fair- grounds in the Varied In- dustries Building from March 2-4. Representa- tives from College Sav- ings Iowa, the state-spon- sored 529 plan, will be available for questions. DRAPERIES, BLINDS AND DECORATING call Carol for an appointment 515-314-6781 "COME ENJOY THE GOOD LIFE" Now Accepting Applications Good Life Retirement Center 1 Bedroom Apartments, Newly Remodeled, Park-like Setting, Community Center, 24-7 Maintenance, Rental Assistance Available, Must be 62 Years or Older, Handicap/Disabled Any Age 515-981-4424 ( www.NationaI-ManagemenLcom It's always a party at, atsAMORE 8384 South Orilla Rd., Norwalk 981-9127 after 5 p.m. Tues.- Fri. or 371-2092 Any Event, Any Day, Any Food. Any Way Banquet Facilities for any Occasion Rent by Hour or Day Full-Service Bar ,Full Kitchen Country Setting ,Dance Floor Seats up to150 Guests Holiday Parties, Family Reunions, Dinners, Wedding Rehearsals, Graduations, Birthdays, Business Meetings and School Events This year, the College Savings Iowa booth will give kids the opportunity to spin a wheel and win one of several prizes, including piggy banks, bookmarks and temporary tattoos. While kids are busy having a great time at the event, Treasurer Fitzgerald hopes parents will take a moment to look over some of the materials provided at the College Savings Iowa booth. "We all know how time seems to run away from us, and before you know it, it will be time to start thinking about col- lege," Fitzgerald said. "The sooner you start saving for your child's college ex- penses, the better off you'll be later on. We're excited to have the opportunity to participate in Kidsfest again this year. It's a great event and a great way to get the word out about College Savings Iowa." College Savings Iowa is designed to give families a tax-advantaged way to save money for their children's higher educa- tion. Investors can choose from fourteen investment options, including four age-based investment tracks. Anyone - parents, grandparents, friends and relatives- can invest in College Savings Iowa on, behalf of a child. Iowa tax- payers can deduct up to $2,975 in Contributions per beneficiary account from their 2012 adjusted gross income, and there are no income or residency re- strictions.* To learn more about College Savings Iowa or to open an ac- count, visit www.college savingsiowa.com or call 1- 888-672-9116. *Adjusted annually for inflation. If withdrawals are not qualified, the de- ductions must be added back to Iowa taxable in- come. Investment returns are not guaranteed and you could lose money by in- vesting in the plan. Partici- pants assume all invest- ment risks as well as the responsibility for any fed- eral and state tax conse- quences. If you are not an Iowa taxpayer, consider before investing whether your or the designated beneficiary's home state offers any state tax or other benefits that are only avail- able for'investments in such state's qualified tu- ition program. 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