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Thursday, November 12, 2015 N/Warren Town and County‘News ’ Page'sg’ven Gustafson Announces Re-Election Plans Rep. Stan Gustafson has announced he will be seek- ing re-election to the Iowa House in District 25 which includes all of Madison County and portions of Warren County. Gustafson is a graduate of the University of Califor- nia at Berkley where he earned a degree in Finance. After graduation, he became a 2nd Lieutenant in the Marine Corps and served in Vietnam in the Second Bat- talion, lst Marines. Stan served on active duty and in the Reserves for a total of 26 years, retiring as a Lt. Colo— nel. Once stateside, Gustafson used the GI Bill to attend law school at night while working for Mattel Toys in California. Eventually, he opened his own legal prac- tice, focusing on International law. Upon retirement, the Gustafson’s moved to Dallas County to be closer to their grandchildren. Stan has been active in Republi- can politics and a variety of veterans causes. In the House, Gustafson is the Vice Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee and also serves on the Eco- nomic Growth, Human Resources, and Veterans Affairs committees, as well as the Justice Systems budget sub- committee. ' . "Just like all Iowans do at home, the state must con- tinue to balance its checkbook and not spendmore than it takes in,” said Gustafson. "I will continue to work to make sure every tax dollar is spent efficiently and effec- tively and any overpayment is returned directly to the taxpayers." Stan and his wife, Betty, have five children and eight grandchildren. Taste of Home Cooking School Taste of Home Cooking School with Culinary Spe- cialist Guy Klinzing will be at the Jacobson Build- ing, Iowa State Fair- grounds, Monday, Nov. 16; Doors open at 4 p.m. The show kicks off at 7 p.m. At the Taste of Home Cooking School show, at— tendees experience two hours of exciting recipe demonstrations using in— gredients that are easily found at the local grocery store. Taste of Home Culi- nary Specialist, Guy Klinzing will show step- by-step how to create sat~ isfying and flavorful dishes. And best of all, the recipes are submitted by real home cooks from across the country. Fea- tures of the event include a Marketplace where you can shop and sampleyour way through several ven- dors before the live show, several food trucks from the metro serving up deli- cious eats for your dining pleasure. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Notice of Sheriff's Levy and Sale WARREN COURT? SHERIFFS OFFICE 1 PO 30X 33?. Inez/mom US. 5012.! «31519514122 IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FOR WARREN COUNTY surge or: pawn } Doom Na. (Sate No.) 1152232: :15 t ) as Wm WARREN COUNYY l NOTICE OF LEVY PLPJNIIFF ~ JPPAORGAN CHASE BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATED“ v5 DEFENBANT: KEAN.1AUREE W A; a (suite! M’juugrmn: renames. 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A seatbelt survey involves an officer observing driv— ers as they pass and re- cording whether or not the driver was properly buck- led up. School Resource Officer Criswell conduct- ed the survey during the first week of September. The survey results showed that only 92% of students were properly wearing a safety restraint. "While 92% is a signifi- cant number and indicates a high level of compliance, it is lower than the 94% statewide average for all drivers,” explains SRO Criswell. “The Norwalk average for all drivers is 96%.” Statistically, 16 to 19 year old drivers are the most likely age group to be involved in a crash. This age group is also three times more likely to be in- volved in a fatal traffic ac- cident. Armed with specif- ic data that Norwalk’s teen drivers were using their safety restraints at a lower rate than the general pub- lic, and that nationally teen drivers are more likely to be involved in a crash, the N PD carried out a Seatbelt Safety Project hoping to increase usage rates among high school driv- ers. During the month of September, public safety announcements regarding safety restraint use were broadcast to high school students. The theme of these announcements was to remind students that every person, in every seat, on every trip should buck- le up. In conjunction with the announcements offic— ers on Bikes patrolled the parking lot and streets around the school on two different days. As a result four seatbelt warnings were issued. On Septem- ber 29, officers on bikes again patrolled the school parking lot and nearby streets. This time with the intent to issue citations to those who were not prop- erly restrained. Apparent— ly the efforts completed earlier in the month worked, because no unre- strained student drivers «were located or issued a ticket. During the first week of October, additional an- nouncements were made concerning the need to buckle up. Another seat- belt survey was also con- ducted. This survey deter— mined that after the project concluded, 98% of our stu— dent drivers buckled up. ' “Our intent with this survey was not to penalize student drivers who didn’t wear their seatbelts,” said Criswell. “We want to ed— ucate students about the importance of buckling up. It’s also another oppor— tunity to remind teens that they are not invincible.” t ‘ Boutique Shopping for a Cause The Junior League of Des- Moines is holding its 27th Annual Holiday Gift Mart, November 19 — 21, at ' the Community Choice Credit Union Convention Center (Veterans Memori- al Auditorium), 730 Third Street, in Des Moines. More than 50 vendors display home décor, acces- sories, clothing, food, gifts, and toys along with a theme and fun activities each day. ‘ Thursday, Nov. 19, 6 — 9 p.m., admission $15, Girls Night Out: The evening will feature a fash- ion show and complimen- tary appetizers will be served along with a cash bar while you shop. Ad- mission of $15 is required for this event, available in advance or at the door. Friday, Nov. 20, 9 a.m. — 9 p.m., free admission, Winter Wonderland: Bring the family for kid friendly activities including photos with Santa Claus, face painting and more while you shop. Saturday, Nov. 21, 9 a.m. — 3 p.m., free admis- sion, Living Healthy: Join us for yoga, nutrition consult- ing and more while you shop. 1611 Sunset Dr. Norwalk 981—0836 Dine In or Carry Out 0Daily Specials ~Winn's PizZa Tuesday thru Saturday 11 a.m. 9 p.m. Sunday 11 a.m. 8 p.'m. Closed Monday OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Notice of Sheriff's Levy and Sale WMREK county SRENFFS OFFICE PO so; 317, momma. 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