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N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, August 20, 2015 NORTH WARREN TOWN-AND COUNTY NEWS PO. Box 325, 1122 Main St. Ste. 1, Norwalk, IA 50211 515-981-0406 A weekly publication of Klein Publications, Inc. Published every Thursday in Norwalk, Iowa Official newspaper for Norwalk, Cumming, Norwalk Community School District and Warren County. Member of Iowa Press Association and National Newspaper Association Steven F. Klein Publisher Sally Huntoon Advertising/Managing Editor Arlene Knust Typesetter/Office Lori Ford Special Assignments Established May 1968 by Dorothy L. Graham Subscription Rates: $18 per year — Single Copy 50 cents Senior Citizens and College Students $15 per year Residents outside Warren, Madison 8: Polk Co. $24 per year Periodicals Postage Paid at Norwalk, Iowa and Additional Mailing Offices ALL COPY/ADS MUST BE SUBMITTED BY 12 NOON FRIDAY TO INSURE PUBLICATION IN NEXT ISSUE We reserve the right to accept or refuse all advertising. We reserve the right to cancel any advertisement at any time. Postmaster: Send Form 3579 to PO. Box 325, Norwalk, lA 50211 Member of: National Newspaper Iowa Newspaper Association Association Senate News By State Senator Julian B. Garrett Julian.Garrett@legis.iowa.gov. What Does the Oath of Office Mean? When a President takes office, he or she is required to take an oath to uphold the Constitution and make sure the laws are faithfully enforced. President Obama does not seem to take the oath seriously. As we learn in civics class, the Congress makes the laws and the Presi— dent is supposed to enforce them. Here are just a few of a number of instances where Obama has ignored the law or purported to change it: 1. He has publically stated that he will not enforce parts of the immigration laws that he does not agree with. He has even sued states that tried to enforce the laws that the federal government is not enforcing, to stop them. 2. He has delayed or unilaterally changed several provisions of Obamacare. He delayed the employer mandate that was supposed to go into effect January 1, r 2014, for a year to January 1, 2015. He then made a dis- tinction that does not exist in the law between employ— ers with 50-99 workers (mandate delayed until 2016) and employers with 100 or more employees (mandate takes effect in 2015). 3. He made illegal “recess” appointments to the Con— sumer Financial Protection Bureau while Congress was stiil in session. He was trying to avoid a congressional vote on confirming his appointments. Right to Carry Glitch It has recently been discovered that it is legal for a person with a permit to carry a firearm to carry a weapon in a motor vehicle, but not a snowmobile or ATV. This is counterintuitive and could easily get a permit holder arrested and jeopardize their permit. Code section 483A.36 covers vehicles on ahighway. The section pro- hibits the carrying of a firearm unless it is unloaded and secured in a case but it contains an exception that states "except as permitted by law.” This has been interpreted to mean there is an exception for permit to carry hold— ers. That same clause does not exist in the two Code sections covering snowmobiles and ATVs. I hope that we can fix this problem when the legislature convenes in January. You never know what kind of opposition might occur when it comes to firearms laws. O'Lear rmsecmmy MICWCW ‘ Your full—service funeral care. We provide: 0Consultation OPre-Planning OGrief Support OMonuments Fl Eric E 01”” 0 oral Arrangements W; 515-981-0700 Director www.01ea Jeanne Yordi Family Service neralscom Adviser ]// Pointers for Parents 9 Morning Fuel For $01 ‘ fast when you serve these-waffles with strawberries and vanilla-honey yogurt sauce. (NAPS)—-The benefits of breakfast and good nutrition are well documented—chil— dren’s learning is stimulated and they perform better aca- demically when they are “fueled for school.” Unfortun- ately, this most important meal is the most skipped meal 'of the day. It is estimated that as many as 40 percent of girls and 32 percent of boys skip breakfast on a regular basis. So with busy school day schedules, how can you make sure your morning routine is healthy? The National Frozen & Refrigerated Foods As- sociation recommends stock- ing your freezer and refriger- ator with convenient, tasty, healthy options from the cool aisles of your grocery store. There are many quick, tasty, nutritious options that will please both parents and kids. You can have these deli- cious breakfast options ready in minutes: Fill toasted waffles with peanut butter and jam for a unique breakfast sandwich; serve with orange juice. ' Create a yogurt parfait with layered granola and fruits. , - Mix yogurt, frozen strawberries, skim milk and bananas in a blender for a tasty smoothie. ' Heat frozen: pancakes and top with fruits and syrup or honey. Make breakfast sand- wiches with bagels, cheese, egg substitute and precooked sausage. And for a special morning treat, try this scrumptious waf- fle breakfast—sure to make everyone in your family smile. Wafiles with Strawberries and Vanilla-Honey Yogurt Sauce frozen wafl'les 1 cup low-fat vanilla yogurt 2 Tbsp. low-fat sour cream 1 Tbsp. honey '/2 tsp. vanilla extract 1 cup strawberries (fresh or frozen) Prepare waffles accord- ing to package directions. Combine yogurt, sour cream, honey and vanilla in a bowl and stir well to make sauce (can be made night before—cover and chill). Top waffles with sauce and fruit. Serves 4. Better Your Breakfast (NAPS)—The focus on fiber continues, and for good rea- son; Americans struggle daily to get enough fiber in their diets* but do not want to sac- rifice taste. The need for nutri- ents does not stop at fiber. Research shows that con- sumers are also seeking to add more antioxidants and other nutrients to their diets**, and the inclusion of these nutri— ents can be simple and con- venient when you know where to find them. The answer to increasing your nutrient intake is rec- ognizing where to find much- needed vitamins. ' Looking to maintain healthy internal tissue and vision? Seek out vitamin A and beta-carotene in carrots, sweet potatoes, pumpkin and cantaloupe. 0 Promote healthy tissue and strong blood vessel walls with vitamin C, which can be found in oranges, gapefmits, kiwifruit and strawberries. Snack on sunflower seeds, nuts and avocado for extra vitamin E. ' Stock up on eggs and salmon as well as fortified milk to boost your vitamin D intake. 0 Another tasty source of antioxidant vitamins? New Kellogg’s FiberPlus Antioxi- dants Cereals, in Bererogm‘t Crunch and Cinnamon Oat Crunch, are a rich source of antioxidant vitamins C and E. ‘ NHANES 2003—2004 The answer to increaslng your nutrient intake may be recognizing where to find much-needed vitamins. If you are looking.for a con- venient and tasty way to increase your overall nutri- ent intake, look for products that are great—tasting and include numerous nutrients, such as antioxidant vitamins, fiber, zinc and protein. Reading the Nutrition Facts Panel is a simple way to deter- mine whether a product con- tains adequate amounts of much-needed nutrients. Kellogg’s FiberPlus Antioxidants Cereals are high in fiber, giving con- sumers 35—40 percent of their daily recommended fiber and 100 percent of their daily rec- ommended vitamin E——all in one serving. Learn More For more information, visit www.kelloggsfiberplus.com. ” Wellness Lifestyle Insights 2007 by the Hartman Group, Inc. *3”!- Our own physical body possesses a wisdom which we who inhabit the body lack. -Henry Miller SDI-3(- SUBSCRIBE TODAY! Send $18 check or money order for a one year subscription to PO Box 325, Norwalk, IA 50211 Worship at these Norwalk Area Churches NORWALK Christ Our Savior Lutheran Church (LC-MS) 515 Sunset Dr. 515-897-4183 Steven Klawonn, Pastor 9:00 am Worship 10:30 am Sunday School Wed. Family Education 6:30 pm Wed. Confirmation: 5th-8th grade 6:30 pm *‘k'k Crossroads Church 2601 Border St. www.2thecrossroads.com Glen Blumer, Pastor 515—287-8580 9:30 am Worship Nursery Children‘s Programming 3 years old through 5th grade Wed. 6:30 pm K—l21h grades 403* Fellowship Community Church 225 North Ave. wwwi‘ccnorwalkcrg Rob Jones. Pastor 981-0699 Sunday A’lorning Service: 10 am Disciple City for Children: (18 months-5th grade) Sunday Mornings. 10 am Quality childcare provided for children under 18 mo. ‘Unstoppable’ for Jr. High: (6Ih-8th grade) Sunday Evenings. 6-8 pm ‘Unshaken’ for Sr. High: Nth—12th grade) Sunday Evenings. 58 pm *** First Baptist Church Sunset Dr. & Mafred 981-4391 Trey Perrott, Pastor 913” am Coffee Fellowship 10 am Morning Worship 5:30 pm Sunday Kids and Adult Ministries Class for all ages Nursery Provided Wednesday Night Link Groups *** New Life Lutheran Church 4380 Wakonda Dr. 285-5965 www.newlifenorwalk.org Nate Liedtke, Pastor 8:15 am & 10:30 am Worship 9:30 am Sunday School Childcare Provided *** orwalk Christian Church (Disciples) 701 Main St. 981-0176 Travis Stanley, Pastor Marti Stanley, Pastor 8:30 am Informal Worship 9:15 am Church School 10:30 am Worship Nursery Provided Wed. pm CYF & Chi Rho *** Norwalk United Methodist Church 1801 Sunset Dr. 981-4251 Steve McElroy, Pastor 9:30 am Worship Nursery Provided *** St. John the Apostle Catholic Church 720 Orchard Hills Dr. 981—4855 FAX 981-9475 Father John Ludwig Sacrament of Reconciliation 4 pm Saturday Masses: 5 pm Saturday 9 am Sunday Nursery, Sunday School *** QlMMlNQ Harvest Church (Evangelical .F rec) 4225 N. Birch Ave. PO Box 115 98 l -432 1 harvestchurchcummingcom Thomas Cackler, Pastor Sunday 10 am Worship tit DES RIOIN ES Christian Life Assembly of God Church Fleur Drive and Hwy 5 Warren Hunsberger, Pastor 515-953-0322 10 am Worship Children’s Ministry, 0-5 Kids’ Church 6 years & up Nursery ages 0-2 6:30 pm Wed. Elevate Youth *** 7 Grace Baptist Church 112 County Line Rd. 285-8871 www.gracecares.net Doug VanWey, Pastor 9:30 am. Sunday School 10:45 am Worship Jr. & Sr. High, Men’s and Women’s Ministry Nursery Provided. *** Mt. Zion Church of God 8383 Ridgevicw Dr. David Chu, Pastor 664—2828 *** MARTENSDALE Martensdale Community (An Evangelical Free Church) 1 Mile North of Martensdale on Hwy 28 Jeremy Kidder, Pastor 641-764-2491 Worship: 9 am Bible Study: 10:30 am Jr. High & Sr. High Youth: 6 pm Sunday tint St. Paul Lutheran Church (Evangelical Lutheran Church in America) 615 Iowa Ave. 641—764-2752 Ron Mohr. Pastor, 770-1286 Don Rothweiler, Pastor SUMMER HOURS BEGIN 9:30 am Worship Call for times on Adult and Children Bible Studies *** MOLE Linn Grove UnitedMethodist Church 7483 50th St. 981-4062 Ginni Otto, Pastor Free-will offering Breakfast 89:30 am 10 am Worship Adult Sunday School — 11 am, *4”! IMQIANOLA Freedom Fellowship Church (IFFC) 2604 N. Jefferson Way 515-961-5755 Pastor Jeff Rabe Pastor’s Cell 515-333-2458 9:30 am Sunday Worship 12:45-2 pm Wed. Adult Bible Study Tues-Thurs. is for Community Food Closet. (Please call for availability) *** Good Shepherd Evangelical Lutheran Church (ELS) 202 N. Kcnwood 962-0351 Robert Harting, Pastor 9 am Worship 10:15 Sunday School *** The above lice listings are to Help newcomers know the Regular worship schedules of Norwalk-area churches. Special Events and services will not be listed here. Policy: Churches must be in the Norwalk Area and in Warren County for this free listing.