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BggJl.iillilllHIllmllJilll .... - _; Jall.W!amtaimliJtalNa,..qi..tmg,Lm . _ - . :aL - , _, __ |' Thursday, November 3, 2011 N/Warren Town and County News Page Seven RIVA Concluded from p.1 specific changes within the city you would like to see made? If so, what are they? A. "No specific changes. I would like to see thoughtful and tasteful commercial development in the city." Q. Have you been a can- didate for either council or mayor in the past and if so, when and what position? A. "Yes, City Council." Q. Have you been active in other community projects and if so, what are they? A. "I participate in the RuNorwalk. I have also served on the Board of Trustees for the Clive Li- brary and the Board of the Des Moines Woodwork- ers." Q. Do you have mem- berships in professional, civic, social, church orga- nizations? A. "CFA Society of Iowa, Des Moines Wood- workers Association." Q. What are your hob- bies and/or special inter- ests? A. "Golf, running, woodworking and attend- ing city council meetings." I Deadline for ads, ! legals and stories is Noon Friday! SYLVESTER Concluded from p.1 Committee. Q. Do you have any specific changes within the city you would like to see made? If so, what are they? A. "My idea of a curfew ordinance was met with resistance by the current council in spite of dozens of supportive community members. I would like to see our police force in- creased. Our population has outgrown the number of employed officers." Q. Have you been a can- didate for either council or mayor in the past and if so, when and what position? A. "No." Q. Have you been active in other community projects and if so, what are they? A. "Started the cam- paign to pass a minor cur- few ordinance." Q. Do you have mem- berships in professional, civic, social, church orga- nizations? A. "Licensed to sell real estate in Iowa." Q. What are your hob- bies and/or special inter- ests? A. "I enjoy going to my kids' sporting events, read- ing, working part-time outside the home." MAYOR'S MOMENT Concluded from p.1 triotic citizens continue to step forward - they volun- teer to train, sacrifice and perform under pressure when- ever and wherever needed. As the General John Jumper, Chief of Staff, Air Force stated a few years ago, "When you look our young military men and women in the eye, you like what is looking back at you!" During WW II, I in 17 wore the uniform - today only 1 in 120 do which means that less than 1% of society in today's world truly understand the commitment and sacrifice it takes to serve. Because of this lack of mili- tary experience, it permeates all of society, but'directly impacts some of the congressional decisions that are made towards the DoD. So, in honor of Veterans Da3 please take the time to thank those you know who have or are serving. I also want to wish you all a Safe and Happy Thanksgiving Holiday with family and friends. Remember, Thanks- giving is a day we pause to give thanks for what we have and Veterans Day is a day we give thanks to the people who fought for the things we have. WINE HARVEST Concluded from p.1 with bidding for auction items closing at 8:30 p.m. Sponsoring the event are Norwalk Area Chamber of COmmerce, City of Norwalk, City State Bank and McClure Engineering Company. A percentage of the proceeds will go toward Norwalk High School Schol- arships. SUBSCRIBE TODAY! Send $18 Check or money order for a one year subscription to PO Box 325, Norwalk, IA 50211 i Cool Stored Grain Now Greg Brenneman, ISU Extension Ag Engineering Spe- cialist comments, "In just the past couple of weeks a lot of corn and soybeans went into storage with tempera- tures in the 70s and 80s. With grain this warm, mois- ture migration within the grain mass and spoilage can occur very quickly, even with fairly dry grain." "With average daily temperatures now in the mid- 40s to low 50s, newly stored grain should be cooled down as soon as possible," advises Brenneman. He con- finued, "While stored grain should be cooled to 30-40 degrees for winter storage, the sooner we get grain tem- peratures down, the better. Fans might need to be run several times during the fall to get grain down to win- tertime storage temperatures. The time required to completely cool a bin of grain depends on fan size. In general terms, a large drying fan will take 10-20 hours to cool a bin of grain. How- ever, a small aeration fan can take a week or more to completely cool a full bin. In either case, it is best to measure the temperature of the air coming out of the grain to see if cooling is complete. It is also much better to error on the side of running the fan too long rather than turn it of too soon. If grain is dried down to the proper moisture and correctly cooled, it should store very well through the winter. Even so, it is best to check stored grain at least every two weeks during the winter and once a week in warmer weather. To do a good job checking grain, in- spect and probe the grain for crusting, damp grain and warm spots. Also, run the fan for just a few minutes and smell the exhaust air for any off odors." For more details, Google "Managing Dry Grain in Storage" AED-20 to order a copy from Midwest Plan Service. Google "post-harvest grain handling M" to check out more post-harvest grain information. o In the world of horses, a palomino is a light tan or golden horse with an ivory or cream-colored mane and tale. A sabino Is a roan or light red home with a white belly. Norwalk Voting Precincts I iill "" ] Precinct 1: Vote at Norwalk Easter Library 1051 North Ave Precinct 2: Vote at Lakewood School 9210 Happy Hollow Dr Precinct 3: Vote at St Johns the Apostle Catholic Church 720.Orchard Hills Drive CITY OF NORWALK VOTING PRECINCTS