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4-A!g6ne flo.) Upfm D*§ Mofntt trmrcdoy, May 30, *M ntofr iiiji H^I»V!M.^^. im • vww'v >^*<r> ^^wr i »*»nr q »«T'T* ^*wv*Tvfc^??rv\Tp^*^w»%^» Chief and cwc»r pro- t-Cri fo fl pO- »M tion to town, to b* voted ofibft fey th«*i, flu natural and/at artlffetnf jnt. of ...... "'*" ---- on Zon- be 'ims i;mo ot ina so ninny grade scnooi bfiag (jieserued. our aueniion is oiit ii (..liit'd to UHI taimiiar iairy tail.-, i or me. tne sio.y u. (..inaiM.ua ana !iur I'l .nc-.-. ami tut' j-liuai ot tne Ugiy uui-Klin^ iuivt m wr ioM thinr cnarm. /MUI, thi-utiM ihtTo arc tunes ni,\vad,iyt warn 1 envy the Fiuict'.ss \vnu sJt.pl for a Hundred years, 1 can sim K<- '! H lime itidigiuuu at tnc \VKCU \vm> cuusoo tne young lauy to pru'k her linger wan a spinuu JUM bvcausu she wasn t ihvutM to tne Pi mce.sses' Cnnstinas party. * * * I was pretty gullible when j was a child but iairy stories did not completely tool me even m tnose tiiiys. iNot tnat it kepi me from rt'ciuing tncm anyway, but already i nad run up a^ainsi quite a few situations that, couldn't be solved with the wavi? uf a magic wand, I'd slili like to have a first class t airy Godmother at my beck anJ can and i could those butties ut>e a couple ot with the Ouilt-m Lienic. tsui life is real and veiy uavnost und you "can t haruiy get none" oi that siuif, any more. The authors of fairy stones are wunout exception, unknown, and tne SOUK-JS 01 me tales lost in antiquity. But i wonder what wouiu Happen u someoody aid a re-write job on the plots oi tnese tales ana maat them eonlorm more to the way they wouJd happen in every-da> lue. * * * Take, Cinderella, for example. That business about her slaving all duy over a hot stove anu scrubbing and sweeping is quite believable beeause I know it can happen even if a gal doesn't have a cruel stepmother. I will also buy the pan wnere the Prince falls lor Cinderella at the ball because the magic of, love at first sight still operates today. But 1 nave my doubts about any pumpkin turning into a gold coacn anu i maintain that rats and micj wouldn't make/very good horses and i'ootmen even it they were enchanted. The episode in Cinderella I simply won't swallow if we are going to keep it in the reaims of realism is when the Prince comes around with the glass slipper on the day after the ball. It Cinderella danced as much as she was supposed to have, her feet would be several sizes larger and the slippers i would not fit no matter how much they were poked and pried. Besides, what's so darned romantic about having small feet? Jeck-in-lhe-Beanstalk was a character without much sense. He took his poor widowed mother's cow to market and got conned out of it. He ended up with a handful of beans. Boy, was hit mother mad! 1 can't say 1 blame her, either, but really if she wert as hungry as they've always said she' was, she wouldn't have thrown the beans out of the windo%v for the beanstalk to grow. She would have beat hei son, put the beans in a pot, add ed a ham bone and mada bean soup- But then, generations o> sroall'fry would have been cheated out the Giant's scairy chant, "Fee Fie. Fo, Fum! I smell the blood of an Englishman!" * * * Red Riding Hood was a myopic young lady on the way to visit her Grandma. She must have- needed glasses badly if she coulci not distinguish a wolf from her own grandmother. Girls nowadays are instructed more carefully about buddying up with .strangers but then they have the advantage of knowing t h a: wolves often have crew cuts and drive sports cars. On the other hand, as long as we're keeping this realistic and knowing how the gals keep their figures nowadays, it might very well be that the wolf would pass Red Riding Hood up entirely and do all his whistling at her grandmother! * » » King Midas was a guy wRb the golden touch. If he were living today his address would probably be somewhere in Texas. He would undoubtedly own all the Uranium mines, the jet plane factories. Standard Oil, United Steel and General Motors. Even if he gave up any of his interests to gu to Washington, th£ company would keep on piling up dividends for Midas just from ha» having once touched it. All 04 the money he sent in to the Department of Internal Revenue would somehow come back as refunds becaujttf of & new ruling on corporation twees and I know, well to whkh political he would belong. King Aldus got into.-trouble in line olo when he touched his be- oyud daughter and she, tou |p gold. This could bv , iyffittm} *» a modern version. If believe half of what wt about important executive* be far too busy _ ts tw*tiy. The nearest ' f<$ $9 his ite»MEtt£?*' the* tettem takM b»* ssnd lo school and th* notstwjn, ''check Maybe we uiouiu le^va iairy stories alone in their orit>.:ui versions. Kids have to fuce '.no grubby facts of i-armni; a living soon enough so .>! t,':ey i-.-in jje a little ciH-nantmuit out ot "lei'.-. pretend" pernaps we should iei them do so. Soup enough they i. find out that Knights uou t cuint- catling on White Chargers, Kaig, don t give up half their kingdom for being kind to a 1'nnc-e in disguise and Tthat the Golden Fleece or the magic apple is no t-ubstituc for plain old-fashioned haru work. Besides, 1 sort ol like U. dream a little, myself. Our lllllesi one, Jeanie se?ms to have a small talent tor up siorits. isne laoonousiy down episodes and presents come of them to her teacner. uae day she came home ciated because her teacher had commented on one ol her essays. "Mrs i^arsou read my story and she says I'm going to be just like my mother. i was quite picased anil 1 still would be if Jeanie haan't adaeu one question — "Say, Aiaina, i* that good or bad?" 4 • <- « Little Richud Schildlknscht 2V4 year old son ot Beuy anu Walter Schi.dlknocht hau quite it harrowing experience u; least it was exuemt'jy ing lor nis pui-crus. iticii- ard got into Ins si.iter, Ana's, purse, took out a JBLK and proceeded to swallow n. It dicm'i go all the way down and a trip to St. Ann revealed it was stucK m his esophagus. Specialists were alertea at Fort Dodge ana the Schildtknechts sped in tnai direction. Richard s.ept calmly all the way. 1'ne jack was extracted with instruments and all 'the little boy sutlered from the deal was a sore throat and a lever. His parents, however, aged ten years, no matter what tne numuer of lliiJir birthdays read. —GhACE. acipfc v -»ch-;$ ?o ?hc sidewalks will co flft ts r f.ie con-.D-etion of cast » o,- STvj'ir' «C"»rr prefect is comp:ctt?d. L^fv Asti-.rni-t toio tnt> council tn»t the t:r»t po»n-^ n ^ n ^s st^r.c\1 on the Poiice >.-«.•• .4'i.vi f-und. tnur p*. ri.it was granted to the D & D ^stc. it-, orrecn building permits were orant- eti. fo'iofci^ig claims wvfe approved. tcncrai eovurnmtnf fund i'a<id A. 5..i-.n, salary ..... ___ $179.60 (.a-uiron i. SnierK. salar, ____ cr: L.ctKc!ni^n. salary ______ _ ».^r ici.u.iz, t»p,.>rv.c ...... . / i_-efK, a'jf.inceo c.nh ....... * ^^.r.igue. refund buiidtng per- rm 0103. cooe n/ C>xle Assoc., buiid- bu.oO 37. /U 36 9U 1.00 55. 7i 1 ht Arnorican City Ma., sutwcnp- t.yn .... ......... _____________ .^.00 , roti,i«etierii btll Telephone Co., s-.-rv >ce ...... ----- ^ ---------- 32,70 Ko<.n bfufhers, office supph&s ___ 11.43 Street Fund Jess Lashbrook, salary __________ 137.97 AiCcri ht-ry^rKic, saiary ________ llti.ijb Duff Is, Salary ________ H8.&3 , rticnartj Frambach, sa.ary tx«i>inond »». M«izen, jr., salary . i^j .^'J frew, sd,dr f ___________ ocor^e Vvcig Jr., labor _________ f-^i^vui HtMinerj, labor ..... ____ 99.O3 9o.-o 4. /I 4/1 5u 00 i-.'Ad itale DJ ,K, withholding lax uity CUIK, tKivtinco tasn ......... ^.DU i.n,.-v»usi i-rv!i.e 1.0., tuei oil -. 8^.14 11. J. t_o«<M confrdt.^r (V liuilcier, siuevtaix. & crossings __ . ______ 34.20 uyie icgiu, inc., sign* --- ______ M.iV r«»rinwv;krt:m cull lelepnone Co., ><.r,,ce ---------- ... ........ 11.25 H. j. cuwan <-ontratior & bu.io«r, ortaMn^ wa:«.s _ ____ ___ ______ . 6.00 Instrument Repair Service, level «nd II.K-J ----- ........ - ......... 389.00 Kon.iicjoi f-idruwjre, ino^c. ______ *j,/6 <.,,,.• jigns,, UK., sigru . ........ 2o.96 rubnc Safety Albert Boekelrr.aii, saury ________ 145.97 Kiciiaru n. ^ro_>n, sa.jiy ________ Ua.j7 i-nv^it w. Huftnison, salary ____ 141.37 (-tier C. Jorgtnsun, ^aiary ______ 1^4. J7 ..Li.ln.lil J. i.lCot.tit, Xl.aiy _____ I IO.03 • 'iiiidiii I. An^t'iioajcr, salary .. l«!i.jS >,i.-.,wa A. Vo, a ., sa.ar, _________ 104.12 ira -ixohi, sa.uiy ________________ 2u.OU tiDjri, salary ___________ iiuit.' o.3.'iK, witnno-uing tax lu.UU A. SHE'E JOB May 18 was a big day for Mrs Maria Jensen of Uysart, wnen ohe reached her lObih birthday, ihe occasion was observed in the onck house which has been her nome lor the past 87 years. She's a native of schieswig-Holstem, coming to this country at the age 01 ia. Her health is still good. Council Minutes COUNCIL MINUTES The Council mat in aajourned session April 24, 1957 with Mayor Shierk, in the chair, and all Councilman present. Minutes of the last meeting were,read iKi approved. Resolution relating to the widening of the intersection of Jones and State street >rix. ^\.yoiia insurance Agcncr, hire oidi.^tt Ac^iuenf r'oin.y ______ 250. CO h.ot ».i^e»rerii t>eii Te.cpcione Co., service --- ..... . ...... ----- 21.34 riut/wii s, service on typewriter _. oo./j riuiucr ivunutdcturing Co., repairs I9.VC AiDcrt bo«!«.eiman, expense ____ _ 56.08 Sanitation Fund Chester H. Scnuiiz, salary ------ 224.68 /•sio-rc bdds, saiary ____________ I OJ OJ it-n.»a ( i«3non. saiary ---- ._._.. 6s. y/ .'iriiiO Kutiuugc, saiury ______ ,_ s.JU /u.iie> A. egn, salary ---------- l4tj.ya ••rtu oruiiba.n, saiary __________ VV.6i . imtra, labor _________ 7H.22 cig jr., laoor ___ . ___ . ol.yo c ojitK, winihpioing lax bi.lu baw>cr, rtnl __________ 3D.UU c-inicra, labor __________ ^4.OU , aov<jncu cash _______ 2.VV i>lorihwcatL>rn Bell Telephone Co., W i_. urjwn upp.y i_o., muse. /•M.ni^ipji cqjipn.tnr Co., repairs ki.crejtion Fund Larry's Recruaiiun, >otf ba is Airport Fund Iowa Aeronautics >.omuiiS3ion, OniLoni a>.-r Aleuxa i,-vuii.cipdi urilines, waier _ ivon i^rv.co 1.0. , fuel oi 21.40 36.00 130.00 3.UO & repairs I4O.OU ./diifai uiuncjo,v, ed^uincnt ______ I ,UU fur.ung Muter Fund Raymond J. r-rKtu, saidry ______ 132.38 .s.iiKy 5jnus, ij.dr/ ___________ /C-.US lowd jraiii banic, witnnoiuing tax Ji.yu »-ify Citriv, auvancc casn ________ 1.6J 9.00 NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION Noucu is hereby given that a special eltx-liun will be hticl in tlie town oi iJurt, lowa on the 10th. day ot June, 1057, lor the purpose of submitting 10 tne legal and quaUltod electors ol said question of whether the following i.'ublic measure shall be Adopted: Shnll the following noti-*Xcla«lv* f'nr.chlsp Ordinance No.' 85 pas-ted by i ho Town Council of Bun, Iowa, on me f.th day of May. 1957: OR DIH AN dE tt6. *5 AN ORDINANCE ORANttNO UWtO THE NOHTH CENTRAL PWBUC SERVICE CO.. AN IOWA CORPOHAJlON, ;TS SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS, A NON-EXCLUSIVE FRANCHISE JUttD aiuKr, FOR A PERIOD or TWENTY- FIVE (2S) YEARS, TO ERECT, COM. STRUCT, RECONSTRUCT, MAINTAIN AMD OPERATE AN ARTIFICIAL AMD/OR DISTRIBUTING SYSTEMS OR COMBINATION ARTIFICIAL AND NATURAL OAS PLANT AND/ OR DISTRIBUTING SYSTEM* , FOR THE MANUFACTURE AND DdlTRl- BUTION OP NAT tf HAL OR AfTIFI- CIAL GAS, OR ElTSifl OR BOTH OF THEM. IN TltS TOWN OF (URT, IOWA, CONSISTING Of ALL SUCH BUILJINOS, MACHINERY, fiOUIP- MENT. MAINS, flPEJi; FIXTURES, TANKS, AND OTHfR APPURTENANCES AS MAY BE NECEtSARY OR USEFUL FOR SUCH MAlfUFAC- TURING AND/OR DIlTHimjTlNO SYSTEMS NOW CONSTRUCTED AND MAINTAINED, OR TO BE HEREAFTER CONSTRUCTED AND. MAINTAINED, AND TO USE A»b 6CCUPY THE STREETS, AVENUES, ALLEYS, BRIDGES, AND OTHER PUBLIC PLACES OF SAID TOWN WITH OAS MAINS, PIPES. PIPELINES, CONDUITS AND OTHER NECESSARY OR JSEKJL APPLIANCES OR EQUIPMENT FOR THE MANUFACTURE. SALE, AND/OR DISTRIBUTION OF SAID GAS IN AND TO SAID TOWN AND TO THE INHABITANTS THEREOF, AND OTHERS, AND TO SELL, TRANSMIT, AND DISTRIBUTE SUCH GAS TO SUCH TOWN AND ITS INHABITANTS OR OTHERS WITHIN OR WITHOUT THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF SAID TOWN FOR LIGHT, HEAT, POWER, FUEL AND COOKING, AND FOR ALL OTHER PURPOSES, AND PRESCRIBING THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE GRANT AND THE PENALTY FOR THE VIOLATION OF SAME, AND REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES, IN CONFLICT THEREWITH. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF BURT, IOWA: — Sacnon I. That the town of Burt, Iowa hereby grants unto the North Central Public Service Co., an Iowa Corporation, its successors and assigns, hereinafter called the Grantee, a non. xclusivc franchise and right, for a ponoU ut twenty-five (25) years from and after the date this Ordinance oeconu's effective, to erect, construct, . enmsuuct. maintain and operate, and use within the corporate limits of ;;.iid town of Burt, lowa, as the same are now or may hereafter be located, artificial and/or natural gas plants or i,jam. anu/or distributing systems, or a combination oi artificial and natural gas plants or disributing systems, together with all appurtenances, pipes, mains, machinery, tanks, and appliances necessary or useful thereto for the manufacture and/or distribution of both of them, whfrthw Mid plant. or plants, and transmission and dit- tribution systems have b*en h*r*to- ioip. or may hereafter b« constructed and installed for the purpose of sell.)•;'. distributing, and supplying gas to said town and the inhabitants there- it, and others, together with the right :md franchise to use th* streftts, al- ic>s. avenue*, bridges, and public plsces of said town, as the same are now or may hereafter b« located or extended for the purpose of install- ;ng. constructing, reconstructing, maln- inining. and operating thereon, therein, tnereunder and thereover, uld ystcnis for the transmission and distribution of gas. consisting of gas plant ii plants, gas works, and/or distributing sj steins /or artificial and/or n.r.uial gas. or a combination of artl- mial and natural g»S plants and/or ;ii.-iributing systems together with all appurtenances, pipes, mains, machinery, tanks, and appliances necessary of .isiiul thereto for the manufacture ami/or distribution of natural and/or .i/ til icia) gas. or either or brth of them, unhiding pipe line or lines, to and' through said town together with the ;i,nnnise and right to operate, dis- . riDiiif. and sell gas, eitner natural or artificial, to said town and to the •:ii,,r.MaiM.s ihercol, and others within or without the corporate limits of ,.iHl town for any and all purposes. and under such restrictions and regu- .J.MIIIS as aie hereinafter contained, ,ma such other reasonable regulations .is may hereinafter be provided by Ordinance. Section 2. That in order to carry iino cifect the rights granted hereunder, the Grantee is authorized to m.iKe all necessary excavations in the streets, avenues, alleys, and other pub- ,u places of said town, but the same snail be done with the least possible inieri'erence with, or inconvenience to the public, individuals, or public piopttty, and the Grantee shall, at n< ovui expense, in all cases restore .ill stieets, avenues, alleys, and pub- i,c places, and all pavements and excavations as close to their original lunullion as possible. Section 3. That the grants herein contained are upon the expressed con- uition that the Grantee shall be liable tor all damages caused by the negli- c;c'iH-f or mismanagement of the (jiantce, its agents or employees, in Uic construction, reconstruction, and maintenance of said gas works or gas .systems, and that it shall prdtect said limn Hum any and all liability thereof. Section 4. That Grantee agrees to urnisli and supply the town and its umabitants with gas under such pres- >jre and conditions as may reasonably uo required under such rules and regulations as may be established by the tiiantee and the Town Council of the .on 11 of Uurt. lowa, and only so long as Grantee can secure such supply o. y.is. Also Grantee shall not be requlr- i.-u or obligated to actually construct .1 distribution system under this Franchise until it is able to secure sufficient gas for that purpose. Section J. That said Grantee shall have tne right to supply, distribute, anU sell gas, both artuicial and nat- ONE STOP... for ALL your Agricultural Chemical Needs! A complete lino of DOW CHEMICALS of which ESTERON 99 is outstanding. The sure kilt for Canada Thistle (AMJNOTRIAZOIE) WEEDAZOL Soybean weed control ALANAP .fNS^CT Control . . . 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It's fresh...it's dif* ferent... it's delicious! 1957, CONTINENTAL BAKJN6 COMPANY, WC, [Buttermilk! BUTTERMILK makes the difference! . fot my tnd tn fmf&osM fo town and It* Inhabitant* thereof, and to charge therefor such Just and reasonable rates as may hereinafter bf fixed and determined by the Town Council of the town of Bvtrt, lowa t or such rate making body as maj> hereinafter be established, under the laws of ehe State of Iowa, and giv. en jurisdiction thereof, provided thai the rates to be charged by the Grantee hereunder are to be reasonable and shall at all times be such as will yield to it a reasonable return from its property used, and useful in the furnishing of gas. The Town Council agrees that, upon the filing of an application for a change in rate, ft will take final action thereon withlh ninety (90) days after the filing thereof. Section 6. No extension of the distribution system will be demanded Of the Grantee by the town of Burt, Iowa, or any other regulating body until the Grantee is able to obtain suf- licient gas for such extension and until the Grantee has been assured mat It will have such additional customers under contract to use its product as will assure to the Grantee a reasonable return on its cost for .my such extension. Section 7. That said Grantor agrees that after the Grantee's distribution system has been built the Grantor will not interfere with location of said distribution system without reimbursing the Grantee for cost of such relocation. Section ft. That all of the provisions of this Ordinance shall apply to the successors or assigns of the Grantee with the same force and effect as they do the Grantee itself. < Section 9. That Grantee shall hold the town harmless from any and all causes of action, litigation or damages which may arise through or by reason of the construction, reconstruction, maintenance and operation of sold distribution and transmission systems and other construction hereby authorized. Section 10. That any person who shall cut. Injure or destroy any of the buildings, machinery, equipment, pipes, fixtures, mains, tanks, or other appurtenances or other property of the Grantee lawfully erected, maintained and being within the corporate 'limits of said town, shall be deemed guilty of misdeamor, and upon convlc- iion thereof shall be punished by a fine not to exceed One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) or imprisonment not ex- Deeding thirty (30) clays. Section 11. That the Grantee, shall, within .sixty (GO) days after the puui. Mtton of fMl Orflinane*. Hfnlfy fn writing an acceptance of the grant herein, Including the conditions and restrictions herein expressed, and this ordinance and Franchise (fronted herein shall not be operative or binding unless such acceptance is filed witn UK- City Clerk. The Grantee shall pay tiv cost incurred in holding the election to submit this Ordinance to the legal rift-tors for their approval, as provided by law. Section it. That all ordinances, or parts of ordinances, insofar as they are In direct conflict herewith, are hereby repealed. Section 13. That this Ordinance shall take effect and be In full force and effect subject to Its approval by the majority of the legal electors of the town of Burt, Iowa voting thereort, 'as provided by law, and subject to its fef acceptance t>? the Omit**, herein, upon It* flutticitlon law provided. Nets i. Nelson Mayor of the Town of Burt, Iow» ATTEST: Mnrion M. Chlpfnan Town Clerk of the town <rf Burt, Iowa POLL1WO f»l.ACt The polling place for said elecMtm shall.be at the Bttrt Cft* Hall. *fld the polls will be open « eight o'clock a.m. of the forenoon and Will b* closed at eight o'clock p.m. in the evening of said day. .... Nels 3. Nelson Mayor ATTEST : Marion M. Chiptnan Town Clerk (19-20-21-81) INSU RANC £ I M S II n A N O C I H fi U n A N C My company offers all 31 tt you have a family, own A home, or drive a ear.., you want the bwt protection money will buy. You can always rely on State Farm insurance for all threa ... at reasonable ratea. Before you invest in further protection for your family, your home or your car... let me toll you about State Farm'* budget-planned insurance. » peyt to IOMW your STATI FARM A0«nt HAROLD C. SUNDET 300 East Elm Algoua, Iowa PHONE CY 4-2341 Don't Miss These tow Prices During Our Greaf ,.«~/ The tire that was ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT •n 8,000,000 new cars as they left the factory. 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