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Page Four ..... N/Warren Town and CountyMew s Thursday, October 6, 2011 NEIGHBORHOOD NOTES[ Congratulations to Jenny Gudenkauf and Vicki Gizzi and their families on win- ning the 50" Panasonic Plasma 3D TVs!I These two lucky winners were drawn via the Chevy Youth Baseball raffle program this summer sponsored by Holmes Chevrolet of Norwalk!! Thanks to Holmes Chevrolet for their community-minded support and to all who purchased raffle tickets. Pictured, left to right: Jeff Lucas, Recreation Supervisor, Norwalk Parks and Recreation, Jenny Gudenkauf and fam- ily, Vicki Gizzi and family and Tim Boes, General Manager, Holmes Chevrolet. Photo submitted. SHERIFF'S REPORT Disclaimer: All defendants are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. September 7 ACCIDENTS Officers recovered a Aug. 24- 3:45 p.m., R57 1997 Jeep, which had been Hwy: a vehicle driven by reported to the Indianola Jessie Manatrey, 18, rural Police Department as sto- Indianola, lost control and len; no valued listed,went into the ditch; $4,500 September 17 damage. Clint Kloberdanz, rural " Sept. 24 - 2:50 a.m., In- Indianola, reported a mo- tersection of Hwy 28 and t0r ccle taken from his Fairfax Avenue: a vehicle regidence; $1,800 loss. driven by Jamie Eginoire, 15, Norwalk, lost control Vetter Equipment, rural and went into the ditch Indianola, reported a lawn striking a culvert and flip- mower, valued at $9,500, ping over onto its top. taken from the business. Eginoire was taken to StevenMcCombs, rural Blank Children's Hospital Ackworth, reported a, by Norwalk Rescue; Yamaha dirt bike, valued stopped waiting for a non- contact vehicle to move through the intersection; $1,500 damage to the Conklin vehicle and $2,500 to the Foster vehicle. (NAPS)--You can protect your teeth against nighttime teeth grinding and clenching with a disposable dental night protector such as Plackers® Grind No More® Dental Night Protector. Plackets® also offers a vari- ety of dental flossers and oral OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Public Notice The City of Norwalk, a Municipal Sepa- rate Storm Water Sewer System (MS4) permit holder, will hold a Storm Water Pollution Prevention Workshop on Oc- tober 11, 2011 at 6:00 P.M. at the Norwalk City Hall Council Chambers, 705 North Avenue, Norwalk, Iowa. This workshop is for the education of Developers, Builders, Consultants and Residents concerning ways in which Developments. & Construction sites may be designed to improve water quality. For further information contact: Alan Waugh Phone: (515) 981-0228 Ext. 224 LEISURE LINE Concluded from p.3 technique/form practice, workout, finisher and cool down. You will need to bring the following to class: 5'- 1" PVC pipe (for stretching and teaching tool), one Base- ball, jump rope and water/towel. Instructor: Angie Starmer is original founder of CrossFit Iowa, Certified Level I CF Instructor, 2010 Sectional and Regional CrossFit Competitor, Olympic Weightlifting Certified and DMPD PT Consultant. Registration: Through Oc- tober 14; Dates: Tuesday and Thursday, October 18 through December I (plus Saturday, Nov. 19); Cost: $70 resident/S80.50 non-resident; Class Time: 7:30-8:30 p.m.; Location: Oviatt Multi-purpose Room (door #16); Mini- mum/Maximum: 10/20. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION PUBLIC NOTICE TO ANY PERSON CLAIMING OWN- ERSHIP, RIGHT, TITLE, iNTEREST OR CLAIM TO: 1968 STARCRAFT 14 FT. ALUMINUM OUTBOARD BOAT WITH HULL #68220694 HOMEMADE UTILITYTRAILER WITH TEXAS PLATE 64WYJV EXPIRING IN 2006 THE ABOVE PROPERTY HAS BEEN TAKEN INTO CUSTODY AND WILL. BE DECLARED ABANDONED IF NOT CLAIMED OCT. 12, 2011. PROOF OF OWNERSHIP IS RE- QUIRED AND ANY APPLICABLE STORAGE FEES MUST BE PAID. FAILURE TO CLAIM SAID PROP- ERTY BY OCT. 12, 2011, WILL RE- SULT IN A FORFEITURE OF ANY RIGHT, TITLE, CLAIM, OWNERSHIP OR INTEREST IN THE PROPERTY AND WILL BE DEEMED CONSENT TO DISPOSE OF THIS PROPERTY BY AUCTION OR DEMOLITION AC- CORDING TO LAW. INQUIRIES MAY BE MADE TO 515- 961-1102 DURING NORMAL BUSI- NESS HOURS, Apples and blueberries are 90 percent pollinated by honeybees. $ TA N D R GROUP LEADERS IN COMMUNICATION SOL ONS N. NEWTON STANDRIDGE (515) 229-5310 WWW. STAN D Pd DG E G ROUP.COM 1304 Skylane Drive, Norwalk, IA 50211 PRINTING AND PROMOTION providing solutions for print, design and specialties Sheriff Jim Lee Warren County Mikayla Corder, 13, care accessories. For more on at $2,500 taken from~his~'~-2q~'0rw~/I~,~wak taken to healthy teeth and gums, visit .,~1~,.~ ~,~ www.Plackers.com. residence. ,.,~ ..... -MercyMedical Center and Madison Breckenridge, 16, , Mike Fairman, Green- Norwalk, was taken for field Plaza, reported medical treatment by pri- " " $1,000 damage to a 1994 vate vehicle. Two other Ford van whenvandals passengers, Logan Jones, scratched the paint and 19, Norwalk and Dylan |8 YOUR CAR READY FOR COLD WEATHER?? wrote obscenities. Kick, 19, Norwalk, de- Advantage Cycle, ruraldined treatment. Investi- Indianola. reported a tire gation continues and .,, CAN YOUR TIRES AND BRAKES HANDLE THE SNOW?? taken from the business; no charges following in- vestigation. Dan Hamm, Greenfield Plaza, reported a vehicle belonging to Green Heat- ing and Cooling in Ankeny, was vandalized when a rear window was broken out; $200 loss. Sxgtmlljz Officers conducting a traffic stop on I-twy 92, east of Martensdale, charged Brian Lindaman, 23, San Diego, CA with OWI. Sundown Equipment, Bevington, reported van- dalism to several tractors at their business; $410 loss. Officers investigated a sexual abuse complaint involving a juvenile at ru- ral Indianola; incident re- mains under investigation. Hildreth Construction, Des Moines, reported a trailer taken from a rural Cumming address; $5,000 lOSS. Terry Flatt, rural Indianola, reported tools taken kom an outbuilding at his property; no value listed. charges are pending; $4,000 damage to the ve- hicle. Sept. 25 - 4:20 p.m., R63 Hwy north of Grimes Street: a vehicle driven by Sandra. Holmes, 73, Urbandale, struck a deer; $4,000 damage to the ve- hicle. Sept. 25 - 5:40 p.m., R45 Hwy and Hwy 92: A ve- hlcle driven by Cody Fos- ter, 22, Indianola, rear- ended a vehicle driven by Sean Conklin, 18, Martensdale, which had Seniors and other Medi- care beneficiaries need to pay careful attention to their Medicare choices during the current enrollment period. You can learn more about Medicare prescription drug coverage options from the Plan Prescriber experts at www.planpreacrlber.com. $*$ One remedy for painful muscle spasms works in under a minute and lasts for up to eight hours. Galled Crampgll, it gets drawn deep into the muscle where it can help eliminate post- cramp pain. Learn more at www.cramp911.com or (800) 696-1490. ----- It's always a party at 8384 South Orilla Rd., Norwalk 981.9127 after 5 p.m. Tues.- Fri. or 371-2092 Any Event. Any Day. 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