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Thursday, April 28, 2011 N/Warren Town and County News Page Fifteen MORE GARAGE SALES Concluded from p.14 8448 Buchanan Trail. Multi-family garage sale. Friday, April 29 and Satur- day, April 30, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. kids' art desk, Hello Kitty dresser, dishes, Pheas- ants Forever wall clock, mission-style coffee table. 4951 Wakonda Dr. 5-plus families. Friday, April 29, 7- 5 and Saturday, April 30, 7- 3. Sporting equipment, Girls clothing sizes 0-9 The usual and the unusual! toys, bedroom set, enter- months and 5T-8/10, boys ................................... tainment center, oJtdoor clothing sizes 3-5, includ- ing shoes, snow boots and slippers, lots of baby ac- cessories and kid toys, maternity clothes, size M & L, many household items including Tupperware, Sanyo stereo speakers and carpet cleaner, office items including motiva- tional art, legal-sized paper and white boards. EVERY- 9301 Lakewood Pointe Dr. Friday, April 29 and Saturday, April 30, 8-no0n. Children's name-brand clothing (kids size 5/6 - teen small, slims and regu- furniture, rollerblades, brand name clothing (tons), all sizes cleats, bball shoes, kitchen table/ bench/chairs, holiday decorations, household lar size), toys, gamesl kitchen goods. movies, books, music, col- _ ................................. lectibles, electronics, TV, 6428 G24 Highway. Fri- VCR, John Deere day, April29 and Saturday, lawnmower, tools, hot tub, April 30, 8-3. Clothes, girls much more. and boys sizes, 10-16, THING MUST GO! .................................. coats, girl and boy sizes, ................................... 4652Wakonda Dr. Satur- 10-12, purses, home 2924 Windsor Dr. Multi- day, April 30, 8-? Annual dcor, air hockey table, family garage sale. Friday, garage sale, United States twin comforter sets, round April 29 and Saturday, April Navy Submarine Veterans, oak dining table and desk. 30, 8-3 both days. approximately 15 families .................................... .................................. Lots of everything. 1912 and 1917 Bristol St. - .................................. Big Garage Sale. Friday, 5201 Wakonda Dr. Friday, April 29 and Saturday, April April 29, 8-noon and Sat- 30. 8-1 both days. Furni- urday, April 30, 7-2. Hosta ture, toys, accessories and and garage sale. Hostas- more. solid and variegated, ferns, ................................... Sedum, Black-eyed Su- 2670 Lexington Dr. in the san, Artemisia, $2 to $4. Legacy. Friday, April 29 and Presale of plants available, Saturday, April 30, 7a.m.- call 285-5347. Child's ? Household goods, rock- dresser, router and table, ing chair, camo clothing, solid ash antique fold-up CUMMING Moving/Garage Sale 3230 Cattail Creek. Friday, April 29, 8-6 and Saturday, April 30, 8-4. New Tupperware, baby items and boys clothes NB-18 mos., quilting fabric, pat- terns, notions, Longa- berger, hide-a-bed, glider rocker, computer modem, Home Interiors, household misc. tools, bedspread, Christ- table. Household misc .................................... mas and misc. items and clothing. 1161 Columbine Ct. Ga- rage sale and bake sale: Friday, April 29, 8-4 and Saturday, April 30, 8-1. Multi-families! Baked goods, kids' clothes all sizes, toys, books, house- hold goods and much misc.! Sale to benefit the Women of Norwalk organi- zation-all profits for com- munity betterment projects! 315 Turnberry Dr. Multi- family garage and moving sale: Friday, April 29, 8-4 and Saturday, April 30, 8- 1. Boys and girls clothes, toys, household items, twin beds and frames, girls bed- ding, snow blower, bikes, sports equipment and shoes, much, much more! Lakewood Elementary Parking Lot. Huge multi- family Rush 13U Baseball team garage sale and bake sale. Saturday, April 30, 8- 4. Tons of items. Something for everyone! Come for great deals and good food. ................................... Lakewood Village Assn. Garage Sale Days. Friday, April 29 and Saturday, April 30, 8-4. Visit Lakewood for numerous participants in the Annual 2011 Garage Sale Days. Lots of variety and interesting items in- cluding tools, toys, games, sporting equipment, cloth- ing, household items, fur- niture, appliances, etc. .................................. 9390 Lakewood Cir., west of Elementary. Friday, April 29, 8-2 and Saturday, April 30, 8-? Girls' clothes to 4T, boys' size 12/14, toys, DVDs, books, Polly Pocket, HUGE MULTI-FAMILY GARAGE SALE 2929 LEXINGTON DR. Fri., April 29, 7 a.m.- 3 p.m. Sat., April 30, 8 a.m.. Noon Nice boys Nike and Under Armour clothes, including shorts and shirts Sports Equipment/Gear Name-brand clothes (including coats) for the whole family, ALL SIZES Electronics: "l'Vs, Gaming Stations, Hand-held Game Devices & Games Books ,Jewelry Home Furnishings, including a dresser Baked Goods All Proceeds Support A Norwalk Youth Baseball Teaml I I SHERIFF'S REPORT Disclaimer: All defendants are innocent until A__ril 12 The Mid Iowa Narcot- ics Enforcement task force seized marijuana and drug paraphernalia in the 13000 block of Summerset Road. William Coffman, 50, Indianola, was charged with possession of mari- juana, Drug Tax Stamp violation and possession of drug paraphernalia. A__l?ril 13 Caleb Prevo, Winterset, reported being bitten by a dog. A__pri115 Des Moines Police De- partment reported an as- sault victim in the 12000 block of Carpenter Street. A 33-year-old male was located and reported he had been assaulted and that his girlfriend was kid- napped. However, she was located and reported that her friends threw the other victim out of the car after he was assaulting her. A rescue unit was called, but he refused treatment. Charles McAninch, Indianola, reported a bur- glary; taken was $3,900 worth of firearms and elec- tronic equipment. Fredric Dalrymple, Indianola, reported he lost a wallet at the Bevington Kum & Go. Deputies stopped a speeding vehicle going 107 miles per hour in a 65 mil e per hour zone at the 5100 block of Hwy 65/69. The driver, Andrew Hoyt, 20, Osceola, had an infant in the back seat. He was charged with driving while barred, speeding and child endangerment. Andrew Blackford, Indianola, reported the possible theft of anhy- drous ammonia. Officers found a suspicious vehicle in area. It was South Cen- tral Iowa Paranormal ghost hunters. The inves- tigation is continuing. Samantha Foxn, Nor- walk, reported mailbox Norwalk Physical Therapy & Anytime Fitness 1st Annual FREE Health & Wellness Expo Sat., April 30, 10 a.m.- Noon 1101 Chatham Ave. Body Fat Testing ,Injury Evaluations Balance & Spinal Screens Bounce House for Kids & More! All Ages Welcome. Held Rain or Shine: In case of inclement weather relocated to St. John the Apostle Catholic Church, 720 Orchard Hills Dr. proven guilty in a court of law. vandalism; $50 loss. ACCIDENTS March 13 - 7 p.m., Harding Street and 55th Avenue: a vehicle driven by Lew Heldenbrand, 46, Prole, was eastbound, lost control, struck a ditch and trees; $7,000 damage. April 11 - 12:29 p.m., Hwy 65/Middle River: a vehicle driven by Karen Hornaday, 53, Knoxville, was passing a vehicle driven by Thomas Rempe, 51, Indianola, when she drifted into the Rempe ve- hicle; $1,500 damage to the Rempe vehicle and $750 damage to the Hornaday vehicle. TERRA INDUSTRIES Concluded from p.13 Terra's nine plants cov- ered by the settlement in- clude four nitric acid plants at Yazoo City, MS; two each at Sergeant Bluff, IA and Verdigris, OK and one at Woodward, OK. According to the con- sent decree, Terra alleg- edly constructed, modi- fied and operated its vari- ous facilities without ob- taining appropriate pre- construction and operat- ing permits, and without installing best available control technology for controlling air pollution. Terra also allegedly vio- lated the Clean Air Act by failing to comply with ap- plicable air emission lim- its and ongoing require- ments for emissions moni- toring, recordkeeping and reporting at some of its fa- cilities. "Reducing air pollution from the largest sources of emissions, including acid facilities, is one of EPA's National Enforcement Ini- tiatives for 2011-2013. The initiative continues EPA's focus on improving com- pliance with the new source review provisions of the Clean Air Act among industries that have the potential to cause significant amounts of air pollution. In fiscal year 2010, EPA's enforcement actions in the cement manufacturing, coal-fired power plant, glass and acid sectors led to approxi- mately 370 million pounds of pollution reduced or treated, $1.4 billion in es- timated pollution controls and $14 million in civil penalties. The consent decree, which is subject to a 30- day public comment pe- riod and final court ap- proval, is available at: www.justice.gov/enrd. SUBSCRIBE TODAY! Send $18 check or money order for a one year subscription to PO Box 325, Norwalk, IA 50211 USPS JOB OPPORTUNITY NORWALK POST OFFICE HAS AN OPENING FOR A RURAL CARRIER ASSOCIATE (RCA) This is a Non-Career Part-Time Position HOURLY WAGE is $19.45 APPLY AT WWW.USPS.COM *Click on Careers at the bottom of the page *Click on 2) Search Jobs Online *Select lowa and Start *Click on the link for the position/town Applications will be accepted from 04/21111 through 05104/11 at WWW.USPS.COM For further details contact the Postmaster (515) 981-5398. For Sale or Rent 812 North Avenue $97,000 or $800 Per Month, Plus Deposit Complete remodel three years ago, new roof, heat, air, etc. Call 515-975-6336