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Page Ten N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, March 28, 2013 Norwalk. Needs to be tuned.You move. 515-306- 1214. ................................... hildcare 2 full-time openings. Norwalk-Legacy area. Af- fordable care, safe, loving family environment. Ages 5 weeks and up, including before/after school care. SUMMER CARE is filling up quickly, so reserve a spot now. 515-779-0537. .................................. Sunrise Learning Home Daycare Here to help meet your family's needs, Preschool Program, 10 years of daycare experience, $125 per week. Feel free to call with any questions, 515- 981-0538, Angela. CLASSIFIEDS 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 fight to accept or refuse any or all advertising. Publisher reserves the right to cancel any advertisement at any time. . . "Happy Ads" and "Thank Yous" are $2. DEADLINE IS NOON ON FRIDAY! thank you an on-call basis to catch Isaac Electrical LLC 515- Thank you Dr. Elwood for stray dogs and cats. You 494-6492. Call for all your our"new neighbor" plant. It must provide your own electrical needs. is so thoughtful of you. equipment and be insured. - ................................. Newspaper Staff Fees paid will be negoti- Downs Pest Control ................................... ated. Contact the City And Property announcements Clerk at 515-981-9214 for Maintenance Viieger's Learning Center m0re information or to ap- Spiders, ants, wasps, has openings for grades K ply. roaches, bed bug treat- thru 8.Tutoring lessons are ................... " .............. ments, termite work. We designed to help each stu- for sale also offer property mainte- dent progress in hisorher Avon Representative, nance such as debris re- school work. Please call Sandy Brenizer, 515-238- moval, mold testing, snow 981-0886 for further infor- 6718. Nbrwalk-Lakewood and lawn care, demowork mation. . area. and roofing. 515-309- 2089, www.downspest Norwalk Food Pantry, Io- Pre OrderYour Farm Fresh control.com. Cated at New Life Lutheran Chicken Meat! You can .................................. Church, 4380 Wakonda choose whole or cut up INCOMETAX Dr., is open everyWednes- birds! Average weight 4-5 PREPARATION day from 5 to 7 p.m. for Io- Ibs. $2.50/Ib. Will be ready As an Ins Registered Tax cal residents, in the middle of May. Call Return Preparer, I would .................................. now, 515-337-5485. be happy to assist you with free .................................. your 2012 income taxes. Old upright piano in for rent NEW CLIENT SPECIAL! I Black Gold Realty will prepare your income Norwalk, 311 Snyder, tax return for one half of 3BR, 1 car garag. =, nicely what you paid another pro- decorated. 934 Norwood fessional preparer last Dr., 4BR, 1 V2 baths, 16 x year. Deb Ostrem, RTRP- 28 family room, 2-car de- over 35 years of experi- tached garage. DSM, ence. Please call 981- 9,000 sq. ft. warehouse, 5083 for an appointment. 6,000 plus 3,000 ft., can be Available evenings and split. SE Union and weekends. Granger, Price $1,200 and Stonefield Home $600. Call Larry at 681- 6310. Services Wade Smith 515-490- 1329 Sunset Dr., Norwalk, 1946, electrical, plumbing, 1st floor, offices, $725/mo. repair. Call Larry 681-6310. " ....................... .......... Clean Cut Tree Service .................................. services Removals, trimming, stump grinding, brush Garden tilling, honest, rea- cleanup, fully equipped sonable, reliable. Also, and insured. Free consul- handyman jobs by retired tations, 981-0511. carpenter. 981-0133. _ ................................. Fireplace Small engine repair, pickup Chimney Servicing employment and delivery available. Annual servicing of your Prompt reasonable set- chimney system keeps vice. We have used lawn your family safe and your mowers. Local honey for home in good repair. We sale. 515-975-4348. Jim offer inspections, cleaning, Dixon. repairs, product sales, re- .................................. Glen Morris Lawn Care lining, tuck-pointing and NORWALK CSD Part-Time Teacher's Aide, please apply at: www.nor walk.k12.ia.us. Caregivers Hiring for Des Moines south side area. Assist eld- erly in their homes with: -Companionship Light Housekeeping Meal Preparation Bathing Assistance From the Heart Senior Care, 515-967-2366, 105 8th Street SW, Altoona, www.fromtheheartsenior care.com. ........................... ...... Dog/Cat Catcher Wanted The City of Cumming is in need of an individual or company tu be available on Free Estimates, fully In- sured, personalized ser- vice. Fertilizing, weed con- trol, mowing, trimming, sidewalk edging, Spring/ Fall clean-up, shrub trim- ming, snow removal, caulking sidewalks/drive- way cracks. 515-208- 4398. .................................. Seamstress can do alter- ations, work with lycra fab- ric, sequins, beading and custom costumes. Call Lynne at 285-0604. .................................. !t}ultimate Join an Award-winning Health Care Team[ Ultimate Nursing Services has RN/LPN openings for FT/PT days/nights, P'r/PRN weekend days & evenings, weekday nights shifts available. We offer case-specific training, ftexible hours an8 wages based on experience. Contact,!mate @ 1 more. Call Climbing Boys Chimney Cleaning Tim Mineart 689-9077 Patava Concrete Taking orders for tearouts, patios, replacement, new construction, driveways, garage slabs. FREE ESTI- MATES. Call Matt Palen, 210-1284 or Tim Patava, 210-1285. .................................. LETTER TO THE EDITOR Concluded from p. 1 gambling problem. In the research I have done into this topic I have learned Iowa has one of the most aggres- sive and successfu, gambling addiction programs in the country. However, because of this program and personal responsibility, there aren't as many people suffering from a gambling problem as some might try to point out. A rec-nt study on gaming in Iowa completed by the University of Iowa concluded that the number of prob- lem gamblers has declined since a similar study was conducted in 1995. So, this idea that gambling addic- tion in Iowa is on the rise is simply false. I think it is important for communities to grow, and all of us can play a role in making that happen with a Yes vote on May 7th. Folks, let's be honest, the 600 good jobs, economic development, and benefits to our schools and the community outweigh any downside. Sincerely, Susan Geddes Paid for by Warren County Citizens for Good Jobs. I Legislative News By State Representative Julian B. Garrett Clerk of Court Offices For several years now County Clerk of Court offices have been closed to the pub- lic at certain times, on certain days. I was successful in getting an amendment to our Justice Systems budget proposal to require that they be open during regular busi- ness hours. The bill will have to be passed by the House and Senate and be signed by the Governor with that provision in it, to take effect. Beginning Farmer Program Expansion The House has approved House File 599, an expansion of the Beginning Farmer Tax Credit program. It is very difficult for young people to get started in farming if they do not have family members who own farm land. This bill increases tax credits for existing farmers who lease land or livestock facilities to beginning farmers. It also creates a new tax credit in the amount of 7% of the value of the custom work, for landowners who hire a beginning farmer t'o custom farm part or all of their land. There is an additional 1% credit if the beginning farmer is a veteran. . Fighting Medicaid Fraud On March 19 the Iowa House passed House File 553, a bill giving the Department of Human Services additional tools to fight fraud and waste in the Medicaid pro- gram. Among other things the bill imposes civil penalties ranging from $10,000 to $50,000 on those engagingin various fraudulent activities. I was the floor manager for the bill. Girl Scouts Visit I had the pleasure of meeting with Girl Scouts from Earlham and Norwalk March 20. They were Lizzy Hanson and dad Todd Hanson from Norwalk, Alexis Huls, morn and leader Lisa Huls, Grace Zobeck and Karmilla Brindley, all from Earlham. I A,00A s,Nc00 .,88 am'00ll We Repair All Makes & Models! 802 Sunset Drive, Norwalk, IA 50211 llz=i=.l Phone:515-981-0649 Residence:515-287-6512 ii... Jill 'WE'RE A (IA) AUTO CARE CENTER Martensdale Location The lll I. P, rolnlu Tlallllil hallenY Concealed Carry Classes Iqml a dine N line aml It Imt.eqbtamd llm&Iff  / ww.tm'tter.eom,'lQCene mm qml.mm Call or register online 866-371.4111 I www.e2c.us Prlve clams available upon request Martensdale Location Call.Mary at 515-981-1104 "-I CDL DRIVERS/TRAINEES NEEDED IMMEDIATELY UP TO $500 SIGN-ON BONUS Earn up to $40-$50K in 1st year To find out more about this great career opportunity, go to our website: www.dolldistributing.com to apply. CLERICAL DEPARTMENT Various Duties PART-TIME 28 TO 40 Hours A Week Monday Through Friday Call Mary at 981-1104 HELP WANTED Looking for The Brightest and The Best Telemarketing Consultants to update salon libraries with the ewest & best hardcover hairstyling books. $7.25 hourly wage plus bonus. Part-Time 24 hours per week 8 a.m. - 2:30 p.m., Tuesday- Friday Join Our Progressive Team HELP WANTED 7