Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 9, 1966 · Page 17
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», 1«M AlOONA flM.) ADVANC1-1 'Hot Seat' Caused by Cold Shoulder By Abigail Van fiuren DEAR ABBY: I stopped by my husband's place of business just before closing time to get a lift home. When I walked in, he had the guiltiest look on his face, and the back door of his office was wide open. There was a chair drawn up right next to his. I felt the seat, and it was still warm. We have been married 33 years ,and I never worried about his taking an interest in other women because for the last 10 years he has had no interest in me. Now I am beginning to wonder if maybe the reason he had no interest in me was because he was all worn out from his interest in others. I would like your opinion. SUSPICIOUS. DEAR SUSPICIOUS: It could be that the hot seat you're worrying about results from your cold shoulder. Warm up one and watch the other cool off. DEAR ABBY: I am a young mother of three who has lived in this neighborhood only a tew months. When I need something from the store in a hurry, I ask my neighbor's 12-year- old daughter to go to the store for me. Of course I pay her for it. When she returns, she makes a habit of sitting around my house for a few hours. I never especially liked this, but didn't feel like telling her to go home. Well, this little monster went home and told her mother that she does my housework and baby sits for me while I go across the street to the bar and get drunk! Her mother believed her, too. .A neighbor told me this. All I could do was deny it. My husband wants to move away from this neighborhood but I love Roy's Grill at Bancroft gets remodeling work Bancroft — Work began this week on an extensive remodel' ing program for Roy's Grill here. The restaurant will be ultra-modern in every respect when the renovation is completed. A large dining area will be constructed adjacent to the present kitchen with red American Jeauty Carpeting being layed. A "Modern Kleen" kitchen grill will be installed, in addi- ion to the present kitchen, along the west wall with stainless teel fixtures. The walls will be inished in formica, and mahogany paneling. The booths will >e contoured in shape of ma- logany color with the counters o match. The counters will be urrounded with barrel shaped stools complete with chrome ba- es. Amber hanging light fixtures will be located in the dining area with indirect lighting over he new grill section. The flooring, other than the dining area will be of the new vinyl corlon tile. No contempla- ,ed closing is expected during the remodeling process, expected to take from two to three weeks. satisfactory rental oqrrttnenf* eon b* entered into #ith iaW Companies. Where the use of poles owned by the Ncrth- western Ben Telephone Company or the Algdria Municipal Utilities is hot prac- tieooie 6r mutually sofisfaifofy rental agreements conrtot be entered info With said Wrhpdnies, the CoWparty shall hdye the fight to erect and maintain its own poles and other appliances, as may be necessary for the proper construction and maintenance of tion systefn. the television disthbu- my house. What's the solution? A GOOD MOTHER DEAR MOTHER: When you »«• this little "monster" ask her if she wants to tell her mother she lied, or does she want YOU to tell her. Don't let a 12-year-old tale-bearer drive you out of a house you love. DEAR ABBY: I am faced with a situation which baffles me. I am a grown woman of 40, and a neighbor of mine (also a grown woman) is my problem. Everytime 1 am in her company she paws and pets me and grabs my hand and tries to hold it. She is constantly kissing me. 1 have been told she is "lonely." Well I've been "lonely." too, but not for another woman. I try to stay away from her unless our husbands are around, but she comes over when I'm alone. I've told my husband why this neighbor makes me nerv ous, but he says she's a married woman and I am making a lot out of nothing. I am running out of excuses to keep her away from me. 1 feel like a prisoner in my own home. My husband is a physician so 1 can't sign my name. Can you help me? A PRISONER DEAR PRISONER: Apparently you have an abnorma neighbor woman, of a very sticky variety. Assuming you are no unconsciously encouraging her, and from your letter I woulc say you are not, the time has come for you to stiffen your spine and TELL her if she doesn't quit pawing you, she isn't welcome. Life presents many situations requiring forthright action if one is to protect himself, and if you feel like a prisoner in your own home, this is definitely one of them. SMtMfi J. the Company shall grant to the City, joint use of any and all poles owned by it, for any proper municipal purpose acceptable to the Company and unocr such arrangements as may be mutually agreed upon, insofar as may be done without interfering with the free use 1 and enjoyment of the Company's own wires and fixtures, arid the City shall hold the Company harmless from any and all actions, causes of action of damage caused by the placing of the Clty'- wires' or appurtenances Upon the pole of the Company. Proper regard shall be given to all existing safety rules govern- ng construction and maintenance in effect at the time of construction. Settle* 4. The Company's transmission and distribution system, poles, wires and appurtenances, shall be located, erected and maintained so as not to endanger or interfere with the lives of persons, or to interfere with any improvements the City ,may deem proper to make, or to unnecessarily hinder or obstruct the free use of the streets, alleys, bridges, easements or other public property. The City reserves the right to require the Company to place its conductors underground and to designate the districts in which such work shall be performed, and also to order the removal or relocation of poles, wires and other appurtenances erected by the Company, whenever, in the judgment of the City Courv cil, such action is in the public interest legal Notices Test equipment, adequate to detect spur- ous radiation, shall be furnished by th« Company ot its expense and shall b« nod* available for.- use by City Inspec- ion personnel during regular business hours during th« period of this Franchise. *•*'!«« n. The antenna and receiving equipment shall be installed and rnolrv aineyl. so as to give a reasonably noise 'ree picture on each channel. Scttieii U. The installation and maln- •enortce of equipment Shall be such that no objectionable intermodulafion distortion will occur. • , Section tr. The Installation and maintenance of equipment shall be such that standard NTSC color signals Shall be fransmitted to any subscriber's receiver without objectionable picture degradation. Section It. The distribution system of the Company shall not be abandoned, either in whole or In part, without the consent of the City Council. In the event ot the failure of the Company to render community television service to the City of Algona and the inhabitants thereof, as contemplated and provided for by this Ordinance, within a .period of two years from the effective date Of this Ordinance, the City Council shall have the right, on reasonable notice to the Company, to declare this Ordinance and the rights and franchise granted thereunder forfeited; provided, however, failure to comply with the terms hereof by reason of causes beyond the reasonable control of the Company, which could not be anticipated at the time ol the acceptance of its terms by the Company, shall not be sufficient grounds to declare a forfeiture. Section If. Upon termination or forfeiture of this Franchise in accordance with any of its terms, the Company shall, within a reasonable time, remove Its cables, wires, and appliances from th« and the shall forthwith comply with any and all instructions and direc fives in such matters, at its own expense Section 5. Construction and maintenance of the transmission distribution system, including house connections, shot be in accordance with the provisions of the National Electrical Safety Code, pre pared by the National Bureau of Standards, the National Electrical Code of the National Board of Fire. Underwriters, and such applicable ordinances and regulations of the City of Algona affecting Installation which may be presently in effect or may be enacted by the City Council of the City of Algona. Section *. Installation and housedrop hardware shall be uniform throughout the City, except that the Company shall City streets, lanes, avenues, sidewalks, alleys, bridges, highways, easements ana other public places within the City, and subsequent additions thereto. Section 20. The Company shall indemnify and hold the City harmless at all times during the term i of this grant from and against all claims for Injury or damages to persons or property, both real and personal, resulting from the negligence on the part 'of the Company In the construction, erection, operation or maintenance of any structure, equipment, appliance, or products authorized or used pursuant to authority of this Ordinance, and the Company shall carry insurance against liability due to damage to property in an amount not less than One Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000.00), as to any one person, and Two Hundred Thousand Dollars ($200,- f h« Cbrnpony, upon fic*ipt of Art i notice in writing from the City, shall defend pi Its.own ^expense 6ny action or proceedings against the City in which it is claimed that the damage or Injury arose from the Company's negllgenc* In the operafi&ri of its television system. Section 21, In further consideration of the granting of this Franchise to the Company, the Company Will pay to th* City the following sums, to-wit: (a) During the first three years commencing with the effective date of this Franchise - NONE; (b) During the next five years two per cent (2%) of the gross receipts frompthe mbnthly service charges paid by .the Company's subscribers; (c) During the remainder of the franchise period three per cent (3%) of the gross receipts from the monthly service -charges paid by Company's subscribers. The rrtonthly service charges referred to above shall not be construed to Include any installation charges which the Company' may, make to the subscriber. Amounts payable to the City hereunder shall be paid to the City Clerk within thirty (30) days after the end of each franchise year. Upon written request of the City, the Company shall annually permit its books and accounts to be examined by any certified public accountant that the City may select, for the purpose of ascertaining the gross receipts from the monthly service charges' paid by Company's »ub- scribers. Section 22, The Company shall not transfer, sublet or assign any right or franchise granted hereunder without the prior writteri approval of the City. Section 23. Any person, firm or corporation violating any of the provisions of this Ordinance shall be deemed guilty of misdemeanor and upon conviction shall be fined In an amount not to ex- iail be free to change its hardware and in- 000.00), as to any one accident, and -i-ii-*!— 1— __ 11-- —» gainst liability due to injury or death f persons in an amount not less than )ne Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,00.00), as to any one person, and Three lundred Thousand Dollars ($300,000.00) s to any one accident. RACERS NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION You are notified that upon the peti- ion of 25 property owners of each vot- ng precinct in the City of Algono, Iowa, have been asked as Mayor to call o special election to determine whether a television franchise should be granted to Community TV Tower Company, an Iowa Partnership. By reason thereof, no- rice is hereby given that a special election will be held in the City of Algono, Iowa, on the 15th day of June, 1966, for the purpose of submitting to the legal and qualified electors of said City, to be voted upon by them, the question of whether the following public measure shall be adopred: Shall the following non-exclusive community television franchise ordinance be adopted? COMMUNITY TELEVISION FRANCHISE ORDINANCE NO. AN ORDINANCE GRANTING TO COMMUNITY TV TOWER COMPANY, AN IOWA PARTNERSHIP, ITS SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS. THE NONEXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO ERECT, MAINTAIN AND OPERATE TELEVISION TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION FACILITIES AND FACILITIES FOR THE TRANSMISSION OF FREQUENCY MODULATED SOUND SIGNALS. AND ADDITIONS THERETO. IN, UNDER, OVER, ALONG, ACROSS AND UPON THE STREETS, LANES, AVENUES, SIDEWALKS, ALLEYS, BRIDGES, HIGHWAYS, EASEMENTS AND OTHER PUBLIC PLACES IN THE CITY OF ALGONA FOR THE PURPOSE OF TRANSMISSION BY CABLE AND DISTRIBUTION OF TELEVISION IMPULSES AND TELEVISION ENERGY AND' FREQUENCY MODULATED SOUND SIGNALS TO THE INHABITANTS OF SAID CITY FOR A PERIOD OF TWENTY FIVE <2S) YEARS, AND REGULATING THE SAME; PROVIDING TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SAID FRANCHISE AND PROVIDING PENALTIES FOR VIOLATION THEREOF. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ALGONA: Section 1. In consideration of the faithful performance and observance of the conditions and reservations hereinafter specified, the nonexclusive right is hereby granted to Community TV Tower Company, an Iowa Partnership, its successors and assigns, hereinafter referred to as the ''Company'', to erect, maintain and operate television transmission and distribution facilities, including poles, wires and appurtenances, and additions thereto, and facilities for the transmission of frequency modulated sound signals, in, under, over, along, across and upon the streets, avenues, sidewalks, alleys, bridges, easements for utility installations and other public places in the City of Algona, and subsequent additions thereto, for the purpose of transmission and distribution of television impulses and television energy and IN DOWNTOWN MINNEAPOLIS EXTRAORDINARY... tht ALL NEW HOTEL V m ac- frequency modulated sound signals _ cordance with the laws and regulations of the United States of America and the State of Iowa, and the Ordinances and regulations of the City of Algona, for a period of twenty-five (25) years, following the fulfillment of Section 25 hereof. Section 2. The poles used for the Company's distribution system shall be those erected and maintained by the Northwestern Bell Telephone Company, or the Algona Municipal Utilities when and where practicable, providing mutually stallation procedure as the art progresses. Section 7. The Company shall temporarily raise or lower its wires to permit the moving of buildings by a holder of a City Housemover's License. The Company shall be given not less than 48 lours notice to do the work. Expense of such temporary work will be paid to the Company by the permit holder. Section 8. In the maintenance and operation of its television transmission and distribution system in the streets, alleys and other public places, and in the course of any new construction or addition to its facilities, the Company shall proceed so as to cause the least possible inconvenience to the general public. Any opening or obstruction in the streets or other public places, made by the Company in the course of its operations, shall be guarded and protected at all times by the placement of adequate barriers, fences, or boardings, the bounds of which during periods of dusk and darkness shall be clearly designated by red warning lights. Section 9. The Company shall maintain its attachment on poles that the City now uses, or has been authorized by other franchises now in force or hereafter enacted, to use, in such manner that it will not interfere with the use of such poles by the City. Section 10. In consideration of the rights granted in Section 1 hereof, the Company agrees and binds itself to extend its lines and to serve any anc all applicants for television service whose dwellings or places of business are located in the City of Algona, and who in good faith have entered into or signified their willingness to enter into a contract for such television service. Extensions will be at the expense of the Company, except where such extension would require unreasonable or unecono mical expense to the Company, in pro portion to the potential revenue to be derived therefrom. Section II. The Company shall have the right to prescribe reasonable servici rules and regulations for The conduct o its .-' business, • not > inconsistent with thi provisions of this Ordinance. Such rule shall be filed with the City Clerk shall be effective as of the date o such filing, and be subject to approva by the City Council within six month after such filing. Whenever it is necessary to shut of or interrupt service for the purpose o making repairs, adjustments or install ations, the Company shall do so at sucl 'ime as will cause the least amount o inconvenience to its customers, and un 'ess such interruption is unforeseen anc 'mmediately necessary, it shall give rea sonable notice thereof to its customers Section 12. Rates charged by the Com pany for service hereunder shall be fai ar\d reasonable and designed to meet al necessary costs of service, including t fair rate of return on net valuation o its properties devoted thereto under ef ficient and economic management. Th Company agrees that it shall be subjec to all authority now or hereafter possess ed by the City Council or any other bod having competent jurisdiction to fix rea sonable and compensatory television sig nal distribution rates. The books and re cords of the Company shall be mad available to the City, or any represen tative whom it designates in writing, fo inspection, examination, or audit for rat than three vears. Section 13. The Company shall provid making purposes, at intervals ot nor les sufficient channels to provide receptio from all available major networks a any one tima at its standard charge fo such service as distinguished from pro gram by program charges. Sectron 14. 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Each day such violation is committed or permitted to continue shall constitute a separate offense; provided that any violation by the Company of the provisions of this Franchise, or any material portion thereof, or the failure to promptly perform the provisions thereof, shall be cause for forfeiture of> this Franchise, after written notice to the Company, and continuation ot such violation, failure or default. Section 24. Should any Section, clause or provision of this Ordinance be declared invalid by a Court of record, same shall not affect the Validity of the Ordinance as a > whole or any part thereof, other than the part so declared Invalid. Section 25. This Ordinance shall take effect, and be in force from and after its approval and ratification by the legal voters of the City of Algona, Iowa, and after its passage by the City Council of the City of Algona, Iowa, and th« acceptance of its terms by the Company Yoi can LEAH ON US ••••••• -.;'./. ' • ' f • > For All Insurance Nttdf! 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