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LEGISLATIVE NEWS STATE REPRESENTATIVE JULIAN B. GARRETT Siding, Roofing, Windows, Doors, Decks, Additions, Remodels House-Senate again come up short next ment for a minimum num- Conference Committee year. Republicans in the ber of days was dropped. A House and Senate House are working to bal- About 75% of Iowa schools Conference Committee is ance spending and rev- already meet the require- debating differences in enues so that we spend no ment and most others can Senate File 209 as passed more than we take in. add a few minutes per day in each chamber. The big- Democrats want to con- to their schedules to com- gest difference involves tinue using one-time ply, depending on their what to do with a "sur- money to increase current current instructional plus" at the end of the cur- spending, hours. rent fiscal year that is ex- School Houks Dove Hunting Bill pected to be just under At the request of the The House passed Sen- $400 million. The Senate Department of Education, ate File 464 on Wednesday, would like to spend most House File 534 was passed with bipartisan support• of the money while the by the House requiring The bill removes the pro- House wants to use most 1,080instructional hours hibition against dove of it for tax relief. Keep in for elementary and highhuntingin Iowa. The DNR mind that the only reason schools. The current re- now is free to set a hunt- we have the "surplus" is quirement is 990 hours ing season for doves. This that the State had about and 180 days. The 1,080is a very emotional issue $700 million in federal hours would include as-and I received e-mails money that was used to semblies and passing time from people onboth sides. pay ongoing expenses. If between classes, but not Most of the messages I re- we continue using one- lunch, professional devel- ceived from our area sup- time money to pay for on- opment or parent-teacher ported removing the ban. going spending we will conferences. The require- I voted for the bill. I heard from a number of people f -~ who told of going to Mis- PROFESSIONAL SERVICES, INC, souri each year to hunt THE BEST VALUE IN HOME IMPROVEMENT doves, spending several hundred dollars in the process. I believe if we can *Fully Insured i" ......... '* References $ DEAL WITH CONFIDENCE $ 812 North Avenue For Sale or Rent $97,000 or $800 Per Month, Plus Deposit Complete remodel three years ago, new roof, heat, air, etc. Call 515-975-6336 keep those hunters here in Iowa, it should be a small boost to our economy. We obviously have more im- portant issues to deal with than this one. I am pleased to be able to put it behind US. Abortion Bill The House Government Oversight Committee voted out HF 5, a,bill that prohibits abortions after the 20m week of pregnancy• This bill is intended to pre- vent Nebraska, late term abortionist, Leroy Carhart from opening a facility in Council Bluffs. It is mod- eled after a Nebraska law. It does provide an excep- STATE OF IOWA WARREN COUNTY NOTICE OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF SHERIFF'S LEVY AND SALE Iowa Distnct Court } SS COURT CASE # EQCV033015 WARREN COUNTY WELLS FARGO BANK NA PLAINTIFF VS TRAVIS JAMES KEENEY; JPMORGAN CHASE DEFENDANT (Judgment Debtor) X Special Execution BANK, NA; SHANTELLE KEENEY; AQUA FINANCE As a result of the judgment rendered in the above referenced court case, an execution was issued by the court to the Sheriff of this county. The execution ordered the sate of defendant(s) X REAL ESTATE to satisfy the judgment. The property to be sold is X described below: Tract No. 1: Beginning at a point 610.0 feet Norlh and 33 feet West of the Southwest corner of the SE 1/4 SE 114 of Section 27, Township 77 North, Range 23 West of the 5th P.M., Warren County, Iowa; thence Westward at Azimuth 91 degrees 51' (N 88 degrees 09' W) 309.70 feet (on South fight-of-way line of highway); thence South at Azimuth 271 degrees 51' (S 88 degrees 09' E) 292.70 Feet; thence North at Azimuth"180 degrees Off 26.46 feet (on West right-of-way of highway); thence Eastward at Azimuth 271 degrees 51' 17.00 feet; thence North at 180 = degrees Off West fight-of-way of highway 122.00 feet to point of beginning. This encloses an area of 1.045 acres. Tract No. 2: Beginning at a point 610.0 feet North and 342.70 feet Westward (on South fight-of-way of highway) and at Azimuth 91 degrees 51', from the Southwest comer of the SE 1/4 SE 1/4 of Section 27, Township 77 North, Range 23 West of the 5th P,M., Warren County, iowa; thence Westward on the South right-of-way line of highway at Azimuth 91 degrees 51' (N88 degrees 09') 378.30 feet, thence South at Azimuth 0 degrees 00' 148•46 feet; thence Eastward at Azimuth 271.51' (S 88 degrees 09' ) 378.30 feet; thence North at°Azimuth 180 degrees 00' 148.46 feet to the point of beginning, This encloses an area el 1.289 acres. (Locally known as: 16718 Emerson Street, Indianola. Iowa) tion to avert the woman's death or where a delay will create a serious risk of substantial and irrevers- ible physical impairment of a major bodily function. Forums In April we plan forums in Indianola, Earlham, Milo and Winterset. As always please feel free to contact me with your ideas or concerns• julian •garrett@legis.state.ia.us Awarding Kids Who Give (NAPS)--Young people across America are making a positive impact in their com- munities by volunteering. Fortunately, giving back doesn't always have to be its own reward. Win_hers of the am~u,~ Kids Who Give contest, sponsored by Farm Rich, will each get a donation of up to $2,500 to their causes, a personal gift card and a prize pack valued at around $300. Grand-prize winners, with a parent or guardian, will also get an all- expenses-paid trip to the awards dinner in New York City. The contest is open to Many kids---such as Katie Stagliano, who fights hunger by creating vegetable gar- dens and donating more than 3,500 pounds of har- vest to people in need-- want to spread happiness and help others. -U.S. residents ages 7 to 17 and you can enter it at www.kidswhogive.com. The contest was created by Farm Rich, the frozen snacks and appetizers brand, to recogni,ze and celebrate outstanding young people who go above and beyond to volunteer in their communi- ties in an effort to make a difference and to educate other interested kids on how to start giving back. Entries will be accepted March 1 to May 31, 2011. You can join the conversations at www.facebook.com/FarmRich Snacks; foUow@kidswhogive on Twitter; and view video U.S, Senator Right now in Washington, we are having an impor- tant debate on the federal budget, which involves how we fund priorities for the fiscal year. Unfortunatel)˘ some are using this as an excuse to attack one of the bedrocks of the American middle class: Social Security. Like many Iowans, I can personally attest to the criti- cal role Social Security plays in the lives of Americans. My father had nothing more than an 8th grade educa- tion and worked in the coal mines for much of his life. He married a widow - my mother - and they bought a small farm in Iowa. In the Great Depression, he lost his farm and his savings and when I was 10 years old, my mother passed away. At that time, my father was 64, handicapped from black lung, with little savings to his name and three sons under the age of 18. Fortunately, that next year at age 65, he started to receive his Social Security checks - money he earned from years of hard work. This was our only income, and because of it, our family was able to stay together, my brothers and I were able to get an education and my father was able to keep his dignity. This personal story is just one of the millions of ex- amples of the important role Social Security continues to play for countless Americans. Social Security is the most successful domestic program in our nation's his- tory. It lifts over 13 million seniors out of poverty every year, and for almost half of our seniors, Social Security makes up around 80 percent of their retirement income. It has provided millions' of Americans with the chance to retire with dignity and will continue to be the foun- dation of a secure retirement as future generations en- ter their golden years. Unfortunately, today the same people who wanted to leave Social Security to the whims of the stock mar- ket are now using the budget debate as an excuse to attack the hard earned benefits of working class fami- lies. The fact is Social Security has never contributed one dime to the federal deficit, nor is Social Security a long-term contributor to our national debt. In fact, So- cial Security will continue to pay every dollar prom- ised for another 26 years. It is not in crisis. So during our debate on the federal budget our mes- sage is simple: back off Social Security! For more information on all that I am doing to pr°- tect Social Security, please visit my website at harkin.senate.gov. To see a speech I recently gave on the subject you can visit my Youtube page at www.youtube.com/SenatorTomHarkin. a Geothermal s Heating/Cooling Drilling a Systems Residential • Commercial O0 ˘ ef2t tier m~:ht~w~r W w~: UgvUy" c°u ~' I I I Monday-Thursday I I 10 a.m.- 8 p.m. ! I Friday & Satur&y I I 10 a.m.- 5 p.m. I I Sunda}; 1-5 p.m. I I Closed Sundays 1 I (Memorial Day-Labor Day) I Y The described property will be offered for sale at public auction for cash only as follows: Ditto of Sale Time of Sale Place of Sale May 6, 2011 10:00 AM Warren Co Courthouse, East Doom, Indianola, 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. Judoment Amount Costs Accruina Costs Interest 5.3750% Attorney $79,348.77 PENDING PENDING from 12-13-10 David Edokson $1,110.10 215 10th eL, Ste 1300 Des Moines, IA 50309 (515)288-2500 Date: March 29,2011. Sheriff:. JAMES W. LEE, WARREN COUNTY, IOWA FOR SALE WARREN FARMS Norwalk 71 Acres, 50 Tillable Black "Gold" Realty 515-681"6310 In-Floor ~ Geothermal Heating "Insured & Certified" SALES ~ SERVICE ~ REPLACEMENT BATHROOM REMODEL