The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 13, 1957 · Page 32
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6*Al§tina (la.) Upp«r DM MolftM Thursday, June 13, 1957 . . .. i.eti < ¥tt£ TOWS COtTtfCtL 6f fttfi TOWK at »U»T, IOWA * A rfteetHig of th^fottn Council Of the tpwft of BflrVlowa was held In * the Council .Chamber on the ilth day of June/ 19S7, at 8:00 o'clock p.m., and : at said meeting t no,. Council took the following' action!, T ^» " The otftelftt^eaftvahMf the returns 6f the special election held on the 10th day; of June, 3057, was' received, adopted and placed on file and the Council authorized the publication of * Ordinance Mo. 65. ' ' -, Marion M. Chtpman Town Clerk of the town of Burt, Iowa ORDINANCE NO. 65 AM ORDINANCE OHANTINO UNTO THE NORTH CENTR-MrlPUBLIC SEH- VICE CO., AN 1OWA«COHPORATION, ITS SUCCESSORS AND ASSIONS, A NON-EXCLUSIVE FRANCHISE AND RIGHT, FOR A PERIOD OF TWENTY- FIVE (55) YEARS, TO ERECT, CONSTRUCT, RECONSTRUCT, MAINTAIN AND OPERATE AN ARTIFICIAL AND/OR. DISTRIBUTING SYSTEMS OR COMBINATION ARTIFICIAL AND NATURAL GAS PLANT AND, OR DISTRIBUTING SYSTEMS FOP THE MANUFACTURE AND DISTRIBUTION OF NATURAL OR AHTIFI- • CIAL GAS, OR EITHER OR BOTH -:, OF THEM, IN THE TOWN OF BUHT, IOWA, CONSISTING OF ALL SUCH BUILDINGS, MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT, MAINS, PIPES, FIXTURES, TANKS, AND OTHER APPURTENANCES AS MAY BE NECESSARY OH USEFUL FOR SUCH MANUFACTURING AND/OR DISTRIBUTING SYSTEMS NOW CONSTRUCTED AND MAINTAINED, OR TO BE HEREAFTER CONSTHUCiED AND MAINTAINED, AND TO USE AND OCCUPY THE STREETS, AVENUES, ALLEYS; BRIDGES, AND OTHER PUBLIC PLACES OF SAID TOWN WITH GAS MAINS, PIPES, PIPELINES, CONDUITS AND OTHER NECESSARY OR USEFUL APPLIANCES OR'EQUIP- MENT FOR THE MANUFACTURE, SALE, AND/OH 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-TOWNS AND ITS INHABITANTS OH OTHEHS WITHIN OR WITHOUT THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF SAID TOWN FOR LIGHT, HEAT, POWEH, FUEL AND _COOKING, AND FOR ALL OTHER PURPOSES, _AND __PnES_CRIBING u THE FOR CONFLICT THEREWITH. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF BUHT, IOWA:— S*cll6ft 1. That-the town of Burt, towa hereby grants unto the North Central ..Public Service Co., an Iowa Corporation, Its Successors and assigns, hereinafter called the Grantee, a, nonexclusive franchise and right, for a period of twenty-five (26) years from and after the date this ordinance becomes effective, to erect, construct, reconstruct, maintain and operate, and use within the corporate limits of said town Of Burt, Iowa, as the Same are now or may hereafter be located, artificial and/or natural gaa plants or plant, and/or distributing systems, or a combination Of artificial and natural gas plants or distributing systems, together with all appurtenances, pipes, mains, machinery, tanks, and appliances necessary or useful thereto for the manufacture arid/or distribution of natural and/or artificial gas, or cither or both of them, whether said plant, or plants, and transmission and distribution 'systems have been heretofore, or may "hereafter be'constructed and installed for the purpose of selling, distributing, and supplying gas to said town and the Inhabitants thereof, and others, together with the right and franchise to use the streets, alleys, avenues, bridges, and. public places of said town, as the same are now or may hereafter be located or extended, for the purpose of installing, constructing, reconstructing, maintaining, and operating thereon, therein, thereunder and thereover, said systems for the transmission and distribution of gas, consisting of gas plant or plants, gas works, and/or distributing systems for artificial and/or natural gas, or a combination of artificial and natural gas plants and/or distributing systems together with all appurtenances, pipes, mains, machinery, tanks, and appliances necessary or useful thereto for the manufacture and/or distribution of natural and/or artificial gas, or either or both of them, Including pipe line or lines, to and through said town together with the franchise and right to operate, dis- .tribute, and sell gas, either natural or artificial, to said town and to the Inhabitants thereof, and others within or without the corporate limits of said town for any and all purposes, ajid under such restrictions and regulations as are hereinafter contained, and such other reasonable regulations as may Hereinafter be provided by Ordinance. Section 2. That .in order to carry into effect the rights granted here•under, the Grantee Is authorized to make all necessary excavations in the streets, avenues, alleys, and other public places of said town, but the same shall be 'done with the least possible interference with, or inconvenience to, the public, individuals, or public property, and the Grantee shall, at 118 own expense, In alt cases restore all streets, avenues, alleys, and public places, a«d all pavements and excavations as Close to their origins 1 condition as possible. . t Section 3. That the grants herein contained are upon the expressed condition that the Grantee shall be liable for all damages caused by the negligence or mismanagement of the Grantee; Its agents or employees, it the construction, reconstruction, ant maintenance of said gas works or gai systems, :and that It shall protect said town from any and all liability thereof Section 4. That Grantee agrees to furnish and supply the town and its inhabitants with gas under such pressure -and conditions as may reasonably be' required tindeTr such rules and regulations as may be established by the Grantee and the Town Council of the town of Burt, Iowa, and only so lont as Grantee can secure such supply of gas. Also Grantee shall not be required or obligated to actually construct a distribution system under this Franchise until It Is able to secure sufficient gas for that purpose. Section S. That said Grantee shall have tho right to supply, distribute, and sell gas, both • artificial and natural, for any and all purposes to said town and its Inhabitants thereof, and to charge therefor such just and reasonable rates as may hereinafter be fixed and determined by the Town Council of • the town of Burt, Iowa, or such rate making body as may hereinafter be established, under the laws of the State of Iowa, and given Jurisdiction thereof, provided that the rates, to be charged by the Grant ee' 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, it will take final action thereon within ninety (SO) days after the filing'there- •f. Seciion 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 sufficient gas for such extension and until the Grantee has been assured that '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 any iuch extension. Sdciion 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. Secilon 8. 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. Secilon 9. That Grantee shall hold riW Swell Gifts for Special Merchandise Selections for "Late Shoppers" Summer Sporf Shirts ,^*n* .« , • • " • • ••*) H" 9 * » i" '• Most Popular Gift for a Popular Guy 1 98 to 3.98 Not too late io get Dad a pair of wonderful Spoil Shirts . . . not if you come to Graham's ! We have a large and splendid assortment for you — cool, breezy summery shirls. Woven plaids, handsome prints, Ivy League stripes, and all in vibrant colorings that make them choice and gift-yl Handsome body styles, loo. Get Dad's sport shirts at Graham's iomorrowl MENS HOSE Cottons, rayons, nylons, wools — stretch hose in all colors and many, many patterns. — Pr. MENS BOXED 'KERCHIEFS 3 181 Lois of different handkerchief si Plain whites, of course . . . and colored borders and rich patterns. Boxed so he gets them in gala fashion! John Unnan Birthday Next Saturday and Suhday, Juno, 15 and 16, are slated to be rather "special days"- for a widely-known Sioux C o u n t y, Iowa, farmer and stockman, He is John Linnan, f atrier of L. E. Linhan, Algona attorney, and next Saturday, , the .day before Father's Day, he will observe his 92nd birthday. So it is only natural for family and friends to put the two occasions together in one observance. Hale and hearty, Mr Linnan, widely-known in western Iowa and South Dakota, actively manages the 1,000 acre" farm he owns near Maurice. He travels Widely to buy cattle for the farm, and approaching 92, can still put men many years his junior through arduous physical endurance. In 1873, John Linnan, then 8 To Observe 92nd and Father's Djpy Together ' • years of,age, first found himself in Algona. The family was 'emigrating West, and the Mil" waukee tracks ended at Algona. The family spent a few days here before heading West in a wagon, and Mr Linhan still remembers how he "herded cattle" on the outskirts of Algona. Following that, his first visit back to Algona was in 1920, the first year of his son's entry into law practice here. He now resides with a daughter, Joan Linnan, and besides L. E. Linnan of Algona, has two other daughters and a son, all of whom are California residents. Mr Linnan says he "has a big bushel basket ready" ... to hold the Birthday-Father's Day cards expected at the f Maurice post office this coming weekend. LEATHER BELTS A variety of belts . . , different colors, different widths, the different new belt textures. All sizes so you can fit perfect $liOO Complete Line BIG SMITH Work Clothes Graham's BIG SMITH Department features everything in this 'famous name'. Overalls, Jeans, Work Shirts, Matching Uniform Shirts and Pants, Caps, Etc. All in One Downstairs Department. Handsome PERPETUAL CALENDAR $4 This perpetual calendar also has attached memo pad — in a rich and handsome leatherette binding. Give Him ASH TRAYS Large Selection of Shapes and Styles $1 Perpetual • CALENDAR For His Desk $1.50 From 'A io Z' INDEX PAP With Automatic Selector $1 Grahams MAGIC MEMO PAP $1 Neat sue memo pad between exceptionally handsome covers — and magnetic pencil thai "sticks 7 ^ to" the pad. 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 said distribution and transmission systems and other construction hereby authorized. Secilon 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 misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof shall be punished by a Fine not to exceed One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) or Imprisonment not exceeding thirty (30) days. Section 11. That the Grantee shall, within sixty (60) days after the publication, of this Ordinance, signify in writing and acceptance of the grant herein, including the conditions and restrictions herein expressed, and this Ordinance and Franchise granted here- n shall not be operative or binding unless such acceptance is filed with the City Clerk. The Grantee shall pay the cost incurred In holding the election to submit this Ordinance to t'.. legal electors for their approval, as provided by law. Seciion 12. That all ordinances, or parts of ordinances, insofar as they ire in direct conflict herewith, are hereby repealed. Section 13. That this Ordinance shall ake effect and be in full force and effect subject to Its approval by the majority of the legal electors of the own of Burt, Iowa voting thereon, as jrovided by law, and subject to its icceptance by the Grantee, as provided lereln, upon its publication as by aw provided. Nels J. Nelson Mayor of the Town of Burt, Iowa ATTEST: Marion M. Chipman Town Clerk of the Town of 3urt, Iowa (Published June 13, 1957. in The Algona (Iowa) Upper Des Moines). Ottosen News Arden Hoveys were dinner guests at the home of Clarence Hovey in Armstrong Sunday afternoon. . ' Mr and Mrs Dave McKin of Washington D. C. spent Friday evening at the home of Dale Wagener. Mr and Mrs Dale«Schroeder were guests Friday evening -at the home of Clinton, Rath. Wednesday evening Mrs Glenn Mino and girls of Swea City were guests at the Dale Schroeder home. OF 4-ROOM 18' x 28' HOUSE IN LONE ROCK Sat., June 22 2:30 P.M. House has good roof and siding, can be used aft tenant home, for grain storage, or 2 single unit garages. MUST BE MOVED FROM PRESENT SITE •Also 2,000 bd. ft. used 6-inch sheathing and 30 - 2 x 12s, 12 feef long; and two small buildings. Wilfred Radig LONE ROCK Lloyd Berkland, Auctioneer John Harris Rites Held At Bode Monday Funeral services for J6hn W. Harris; 62, long-time Bode resi- 1 dent, were held Monday,, .at 2 p.m. at St. Olaf Lutheran- church here. The Rev. M. Cv Kraabel officiated and there were military rites by the American Legion. The Bogaard funeral home of Humboldt was in charge. Mr Harris died quite suddenly Friday evening at his home after a long illness. Surviving are his wife; two' daughters and one son — Mrs Donald Blair of West Bend, Mrs Richard Thompson of Forest City and Harland Harris of Bode. Other survivors are six grand,children; and two sisters — Mrs Guy Kuyper of West Bend and Mrs Joel Severseike of Cambridge, Iowa. LONE ROCK By Mrs Clarence Kraft Mr and Mrs Fred Genrich and Mr and Mrs Hugh Walsh left Friday for Iowa City. Mr and Mrs Walsh visited the Phil Garrys and Mr and Mrs Genrich visited at the Alf Jorgensen home. They returned home Sunday evening. Lawrence Geitzenauer and sons, Brian, Leon, and Mark went to Fort Dodge, Saturday. Mrs Ersel Alme of Ottosen visited her mother, Mrs Maude Blanchard, Sunday. While there they went calling on Mrs Maude Blanchard's sister at Algona, Mrs Lester Johnson. Mrs Floyd Salisbury's parents, Mr and Mrs Joe Hertz, and brother, Roy, of Rolfe, were § uests Sunday afternoon at the alisbury home. Alton, Hildreth, and Ronny Pettit, Art and Rodney Priebe and Dell Marlow returned Sunday after a trip into northern Canada. There is a Donkey ball game this Saturday at Lone Rock. It is a twilight game and will start at 6:30 p.m. Guests at the home of George B. Long Sunday evening after the wedding of their son, Dennis Long were: Mr and Mrs C. Ackerson and Douglas, Mr and Mrs Everett Ackerson, Sandra and Susan, Mr and Mrs Nick Nemmers of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Clarence Nemmers and Ves Nemmers, Mr and Mrs Gene Nemmers, Mr and Mrs Maurice Kollasch, Mr and Mrs Bob Binzen and Bobby and Mr and Mrs Marlyn Bausman. Mr and Mrs Paul Saxton of Ringsted were guests at the Blame Saxton home Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Dale Peterson and family of Laurens were Sunday guests of the Ronald Christenson's. Nine flags have flown over what is now the U.S.. They were Spanish, British, French, Dutch Swedish, Russian, Mexican, Texan and Confederate. -—~ - • The tire that was ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT ON 8,000,000 new cars as they left the factory. Same Tread Design PIUS Modern.Improvements "Si|sjr<" ; (Firestone Deluxe Super Champions [ X lnamniiiiiiii.dh»ni), - in , j* 15? 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