The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 11, 1958 · Page 12
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BLINDNESS OVERCOME—John Turner talks to prospect while seeing-eye dog looks on. 'Only Inconvenient/ Says Blind Salesman DENTON, Tex. blind is just an WV- "Being inconvenience. It's not » handicap. People get it mixed up," said John Turner, a successful young insurance agent. His left hand stroked his seeing eye dog, Villa, as he' went on firmly: "It means you can't do things as quickly as you'd like, you can't hop into a car and go some where; but it's not a handicap." John, an athletic-looking man of 23, has the record to back up his words. In his first year as a life insurance agent he sold $700, 000 in insurance and received an industry scholarship as one of the four most promising young agents of 1958. He has won other company prizes. Became Blind in 1953 Retina troubles plagued him in high school, although he was a successful athlete until "the spring of 1953 I got so I couldn't see at all." Several operations failed to help Turner more than temporarily, but he finished high school in May of that year. "I learned braille that fall and got Villa in November of 1953. I started school at North Texas State College in February of 1954 and graduated in June of 1957," he related. College didn't present any great problems he said. "I learn' ed to take notes in braille and in longhand and had my books taped so I could listen to them. And I hired readers." "Yes. and they were always girls," chimed in his pretty petite wife, Jeanie. Turner smiled a little. "I majored in marketing and 12 AUSTIN (Minn.) HfRAlO Thursday, Dec. 11, 1958 called her up and that was ttte most expensive phone call 1 ever made," he grinned. During the day John and Villa call on customers, walking around the town of 30,000, At night, his wife gets a baby sitter for their baby daughter and drives him on calls. Most Memorized "1 have most of them in my head," Turner said of rates and other questions he might be asked about an insurance program. "I can come within a few cents of them in the main groups I deal with. If 1 don't know them, 1 call Jeanie or come back with her at night." Turner said his wife does most of the reading and he does most of the correspondence. "I really don't feel I could do any better if I could see," he said. "I expect to always be a salesman. I don' want to try managerial work, although I feel I could probably handle it, with Jeanie and Villa, if 1 tried." Asked if he had any main problems, he laughingly answered: "Not enough business." "Seriously," he went on, "I don't have a main problem." He reconsidered a bit, "perhaps you might say I have to work a bit more at night." "Getting baby sitters is our main problem," Jeanie said. John's life is as normal as pos- Br ANDREW C. LAVO [paper, It wilt be a harder job QVESTION: We are getting rea- than if it were not painted. dy to redecorate our dining room. We want to change the color of the walls but do not want to go QUESTION: Every time I read about making mortar or concrete, to the bother of removing the the directions call for the use of wallpaper. Can we paint right over Portland cement. Why is this par- got a BBA," he said. "I took!sible. He plays cards with a brail- some insurance courses and fig-|i e deck. "He's got a phenomenal ured on getting some kind of a sales job. "It took me about two months. I checked with about 14 compan ies. Most of them wouldn't even consider me. I guess they justj weren't interested in anyone who; couldn't see. memory for cards," his wife said, "but he hasn't learned to read the cards quickly enough yet to tell what he deals to other people." jticular brand always recommendANSWER: You can get good re- ed? suits painting over wallpaper on-' ANSWER: The word Portland ly if the papir is well bonded to'refers to a type of cement and the wall. If the paper is bulging not a brand. Portland cement is or blistering in spots, you are in 1 the common, gray cement used for trouble. Should you decide the! throughout the United States and wallpaper is in good enough con- in many other parts of the world, dition for painting, the next step!It is manufactured by many dif- is to find out whether the paper Iferent companies both here and contains metallic inks or special' colors that might bleed through the paint. To test it, select an inconspicuous corner or spot and^ paint it. After it has dried for several hours, or overnight, see whether any part of the oattern i council of Austin, Minnesota."^ "have Ic vieihu Tf u i. . „. .in u i i the hereinafter described premises an- iS Visible. If it IS. you Will have to | nexed to the corporate limit* of Aus- seal in the colors with shellac, PRWfi WUflUW wrm .. SHEUC abroad. WTNMI It wts flint made, i along about 1850, it looked so much like the limestone from the Isle of Portland, England, that it was named after it. Wife's Prompt Action Sores Fritnd's Lift PALM DESERT, Calif. (AP)Prompt action by composer Rudolf Friml's wife saved his life when a Resolution NO. 4104 Providing for s public hearing In :h* mutter of changing the use dte- trlct of certain premises located in Uistln, Minnesota. WHEREAS the Council deem It icceasnry and advisable to consider Ordinance NO. Ml .. corporate limit* of Aus:in to tne West. WHEREAS all of the owner* owning the premises hereinafter described have petitioned the Common , ,, „ '°° la " aluminum primer or one of the ready-made primer sealers. The painting can be done after the sealer is thoroughly dry. One thing Landed Job "Then this Ray Campbell gave me a chance to work." Campbell, a local manager for Massachusetts Mutual, explained his action simply: "I thought the man deserved a chance." "I stayed home and studied a month or two," Turner related "Then we had a course in Dallas at regular intervals. By August I was earning money and in October, November and December of that year I sold and delivered more insurance than any of the Massachusetts Mutual agents in the North Texas area." Turner set up an office in Denton, where he went to school. He grew up in Frisco, Tex., a few miles to the east. He married his senior year in school to a girl he had known since childhood. He hadn't seen Jeanie in several years, he said. "Then C heard she was in town, going to Texas Woman's University. I ing to games and getting someone to describe to him what's going on. The word handicap came up again. "Jeanie and I saw a man with a real handicap today," John said. "We saw a blind man rattling a tin cup. He didn't have a profession and he didn't have a dog like Villa, here. That man was really handicapped." Contractors Spur Use of Aspen Building Aspen is finding more and more use in building construction, according to Parker Anderson, extension forester at the University of Minnesota. Although it is often small in size, aspen, if piled and air-seasoned, is satisfactory for most building purposes. For beams, joists and rafters, aspen lumber is equal to white pine, Anderson says. g °" you must re ™"iber about painting wallpaper: should you at some later date to remove the Legal Notice Toys!-Joys For Girls and Boys ORDER FOR HEARING ON PETITION TO SELL OR MORTGAGE REAL ESTATE STATE OF MINNESOTA, County Of Mower—as in Probate Court In Be Estate of Annlce Barkhu/f also known as Annls Barkhuff, Adult The representative of »ald estate having filed herein a petition to sell or mortgage certain real estate described In said petition; IT IS ORDERED, That the hearing thereof be had on the 31st day 01 December. 1958, at 10 o'clock A.M. before this Court In the probate courl room In the court house In Austin Minnesota, and that notice hereof be given by publication of this order in the Austin Dally Herald and by mailed notice as provided by law. Dated December 2nd. 1958 PAUL KIMBALL. JR. Probate Judge. (PROBATE COURT SEAL) MEANY, LEIGHTON A MEANT Attorneys for Petitioner. Austin. Minnesota Pile No. 10893 Dec. 4, 11. 18 Ordinance NO. 882 An ordinance to amend the zoning Ordinance 713. Austin Compilation. THE COMMON COUNCIL OP THE CITY OP AUSTIN DO ORDAIN- SECTION 1. The use district of the hereinafter described premises shaJl be changed from residential to Industrial use and said premises are !?«eby removed from the residential district of the city of Austin and •"u"Vr.4 ln tn * 'ndustrtal district of S id h 4cr^ 0 a f . A Cow, :The Prem "" afe - Beginning at a point 2 rods North of and 27 rods West of the Southeast corner of the Southeast Quarff ter of Section 4. Township 102 fi Range i 8; thence West 19 rods; ' he ? ce North 1714 rods; thence East 19 rods; thence South mi *~«- »- the place of beginning. WHEREAS said premise* adjoin the City of Austin and are subject to Incorporation within the corporate limits of Austin, Minnesota, by petition to the governing body of the City of Austin, NOW THEREFORE THE COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF AUSTIN DO ORDAIN: SECTION 1. That the land hereinafter described be added to and Incorporated within the corporate limits of the City of Austin, Minnesota, and said Common Council does hereby declare said premises hereinafter to be Incorporated within and to be a part of the City of Austin: The East 193 feet of the North half of the South One-third of the West three-quarters of the North half of the Northwest quarter of Section 4, Township 102 North, Range 18 West, Mower County, Minnesota; ALSO That part of the Northeast quarter of the Northwest quarter of Section 4, Township 102 North, Range 18 West, described AS follows: Beginning at the Northeast corner of tract A-l described In the deed from Oehler to Bustad recorded In Book 209 of Deeds, page 73, In the Mower County Register of Deeds office: thence East along the North line of s«M trace A and In a continuation of said North line to the East line of the West three-quarters of the North half of the Northwest quarter of said section 4; thence South along the East line of said West three-quarters of the North half of said quarter section to the extended South line of tract A-2 described In said Oehler-Bustad deed; thence West to the Southeast corner of said tract A-2; thence North In the East line of said tract A-2 to the point of beginning, Intending to describe herein the tracts of land described In the deeds recorded In Book 216 of Deeds, page 557 and In Book 218 of Deeds, page 558 In the Mower County Register of Deeds Office. SECTION 2. The above described land extending the corporate limits of the City of Austin, Minnesota, shall be added to the end of 2300.63, Austin Compilation, In Its regular chronological order. Passed by a vote of the yeas and nays this 5th day of Dec., 1958. Yeas 6. Nays 0. APPROVED: CHARLES R. HANSEN Mayor ATTEST: J. H. WEILAND City Recorder Dec. 11. lescribed from residential to com nercial and light industrial, which premises are described as follows: (a) South 277 ft. of North 50o ft. Block 10 ' (b) North so ft. South 100 ft, of North 600 ft. Block 18 (c) South 50 ft. of North 600 ft. Block 10 All In atavln Addition WHEREAS It appears to be expedient that a public hearing be had In order to determine the necessity and advisability of changing tht use district of the above described premises In the manner set forth. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Common council that a public hearing be had In the matter of changing the use district of the premises above described In the Council Rooms In the Municipal Building on East Water Street In Austin, Minnesota, at 8:00 p.m. on the 19th day of January, 1P59, and the City Recorder Is hereby directed to cause n notice of said hearing to be published once in the Austin Dally Herald at least five days prior to the date of said hearing. Passed by a vote of the yeas ivnd nays this 5th day of December, 1958. Yeas 7, Nays 0. APPROVED: CHARLES R. HANSEN Mayor ATTEST: J. H. WEILAND City Recorder table top shattered and cut lu'a leg, • doctor says. MM. Friml applied a tourniquet with a towel and took her 78-year- old husband to a doctor's office Tuesday. 'Twenty-Hire* stitches were required to ctoae the wound. Resolution NO. 4103 Providing for ft public hearing In the matter of changing th« tile district of certain premise* located in AIM tin, Minnesota. WHEREAS the Council deem It necessary and advisable to consider the necessity of changing the use district of the premises hereinafter described from residential to commercial and light industrial, which premises are described at follows: Beginning at a point 32 teet North and 33 ttet West of the Southeast corner of the North half erf the Southwest quarter of Section 34, Township 103. Range 18; thence West along the North line of Myrtle Street 1S3 feet, more or less, to the land of Edward Schultz; thence North parallel with the Bast line of said quarter 77 feet; theAce East 153 feet, more or less, to a point 33 feet west of quarter line; thence South in a line parallel with Said quarter line 77 feet to the place of beginning, being nil of the land lying and being between the Schultz land on the West and the tyon land on the North. WHEREAS It appears to be expedient that a public hearing be had In order to determine the necessltv and advisability of changing the use district of the above described prem- '•os in the manner set forth. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council that a oubllc hearing be had In the matter of changing the use district of the oremlses above described In the Council Rooms In the Municipal Building on East Water Street In Austin. M'n- ncsota, at 8:00 n.m., on the 19th day of January, 1959, and the City Recorder Is hereby directed to cause a notice of said hearing to bn published once In the Austin Dallv Herald at least five days prior to the date it said hearing. Passed by a vote of the yeas and nays this 5th day of December, 1958. Yeas 7. Nays 0. APPROVED: CHARLES R. HANSEN Mayor ATTEST: J. H. WETLAND City Recorder According to a 1<Wft Federal Reserve Board Survey of Consumer finances Americans have asset- of at least a trillion dollars. Resolution NO. 4105 Providing for a public hearing In the matter of accepting a certain plat wltnin the corporate limits of Austin to be known as Southlawn Third Addition to the City of Austin. Minnesota. WHBREAS the owner* of the pfem- IMS hereinafter described have tiled with the City Recorder a certain plat for acceptance by the city Council of Austin, and WHEREAS it appears expedient that a public hearing be had in order to determine the advisability of accepting or rejecting said plat as filed with the City Recorder, »nd WHEREAS the premises described In eald plat are described as follows: All that part of Subdivision 1 of Out Lot 4 and all that part of Out Lot 5 located In the Northeast Quarter of section 9, Township 103 North, Range 18 West, Mower County, Minnesota, described as follows, to-wit: Commencing at a point on the North line of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 9, 903.48 feet West of the Northeast corner of Said Section 9, thence West along the North line of said Section 9, thence West along the North line of said Section 9, thence West along the North line of said Section 9 540 feet, thence South 188 feet, thence West 80 feet, thence South 670 feet, thence East 600 feet, thence North 858 feet to the point of beginning, in Austin, Minnesota. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council that a public hearing be had for the purpose of determlng whether to accept or reject, the plat above described and said hearing shall be held at the Council Rooms In the Municipal Building on East Water Street In Austin, Minnesota, at 8:00 p.m. on the 2nd day of January, 1959, and the City Recorder Is hereby directed to cause a notice of said hearing to be published In the Austin Dally Herald prior to said hearing. Passed by a vote of the yeas and Nays this 5th day of December, 1958. Yeas 7, Nays 0. APPROVED: CHARLES R. HANSEN Mayor ATTEST: J. H. WEILAND City Recorder Legal Notice 3TA1U O* 1 MINNESOTA. County Of Mower Bids close Januray i, 19S9 tn the Matter of county Ditch No. 8 of Mower county, Minnesota. NOTrCR OF LETTING On January i, 1859 at 1:00 P.M. in the commissioner! Room at the Oouft Bouse in the City of Austin, Minnesota, * complete contract for construction of county Ditch No. 8 will be let to the 'lowest responsible bid* der. The estimated cost thereof li *10,« 09? and the approximate amount ot work Is: 6,130 Cu, Yds. of Excavation; 50 tin. Pt, 18" Reinforced culvert Pipe In- Pipe 1 tniet; staiiatton; 1 Plnodwater Concrete Bulkhead: Bids are Invited for the entire work as one Job. Specifications for the construction are on file In the office of the County Auditor of Mower County. The right is reserved to reject any and all bids. Each bid shun be accompanied b; a certified check at bid bond payable to the County Treasure* of Mower Count?, Minnesota, for hot less than 10 per cent of the bid, ns security that the bidder will enter into the contract and give a bond n* required by law. The engineer, C. V, Jones, will attend the letting and no bid will be accepted without hi* approval as to compliance with plans and specifications, The Job will be let In one Job to the lowest responsible bidder therefor. Bids shall not be received which In the awegivt* axceed by more than 30 per cent th« total estimated cost of construction. The letting may be adjourned from time to time. Forms of bidder's proposal are on file with the said County Auditor and are available from the Engineer, O. V. Jones, Comer of Margaretha and Eleventh Street, P, O. Box 648, Albert Lea, Minnesota. Dated at Austin, Minnesota, this 8th day of December, 1958. ORAHAM R. UZLIK, County Auditor County of Mower State of Minnesota Dec. 11, 18, 26 PERSISTANT ITCH You too may bo amaied tho quick way 600 OINTMENT brings peace at lait to tormented skin. At your druggist. Dec ii Dec. ii Read The Classified Ads. jf*«W*«««**l««*«TOM***tCt€l«^^ NATE'S Cold Weather SPECIALS!! 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WEILAND City Recorder Dec. 11. 18 For Boys — Guns, tanks, holsters, army toys, trains, drums, planes, dart sets, etc. Yes, Dolls of many kinds in our huge toy stock — Also irons, toasters, toy phones, tea sets, nurse sets and doctor sets for mals. Legal Notice ORDER FOR REARING OH PETITION FOE ADMINISTRATION LIMITING TIME TO FILE CLAIMS AND FOB HEARING THEREON JTATB OP MINNESOTA County ot Mower -u In Probate Court In Re Estate of Llllle L. Bunge also known as Llllle Bunge, Decedent gj Donald H. Bunge having filed Mi herein a petition for general admln- gilatratlon stating that said decedent »«i in wie umce or me ttegister a'". 1 " 1 Intestate and praying that Har-l of Deeds of Mower County, Mlnne- I B|oid E. Cummlngs be appointed ad- —'" — " "••- "" """" ' — • Qi "ninistrator; B! IT tS ORDERED That the he»rln» thereof be had on the 30th day of December, J958. at 10 o'clock A.M. be. ;ore this Court In the probate cour' room In the court house tn Austin Minnesota, that the time within which creditors of said decedent may file their claims be limited to four months from the date hereof, and that the claims so filed be heard on the 6th day of April, 1959, at 10 o'clock A M . before thU Court In the orobate court room In the court house in Austin, Minnesota, and that notice hereof be given by publication or this order In the Austin Dally Her- an- •TARTER SET A complete gi't p»ciuf t of 5* dimcmioo viewing fun... tp* cttliy priced for Christmas giv. lag f E»cjb tct fast 7 "come •live* picture* of » favorite kids' sabject. .. plus famous View-Master Stereo Viewer... plus 21 csfiw sift pictures. 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WHEREAS all of the owners own- Ing the premises hereinafter described have .petitioned the Common Council of Austin, Minnesota, to have the hereinafter described premises annexed to the corporate limits of Austin, Minnesota, and WHEREAS said premises adjoin the Ity of Austin and are subject to .ncorporatlon within the corporate Imlts of Austin, Minnesota, by petition to the governing body of the City of Austin. NOW THEREFORE THE COMMON IOUNCIL OF THE CITY OF AUSTIN DO ORDAIN: SECTION 1: That the land hereinafter described be added to and Incorporated within the corporate llm- ts of Austin, Minnesota, and said Common Council does hereby declare said premises hereinafter described to be incorporated within and to be a part of the City of Austin. (A) Out Lots 11, 12, and 13 In Block 3 of Auditors Plat located in Northwest Quarter of Northeast Quarter of Northeast Quarter and Southwest Quarter of Northeast Quarter of Northeast Quarter In Section 4, Township 102 North, Range 18 West, which said Plat Is dated August 24, 1946, and was duly filed for record In the Office of the Register of Deeds of Mower County, Minnesota, on October 8, 1948, In Book 5 of Plats on page 37. (B) Out Lots 7, 8. and 11 In Block 6 of Auditors Plat of Re-Arrangement of Blocks 5 and 6 located In the Northwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter and the Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section 4, Township 102 North of Range 18 West, In Mower County, Minnesota, which said Plat Is dated August 11, 1952, and was duly filed for record In the Office of the Register sota on September 19, 1952, In Book 8 of Plats on page 2. (C) Lot* l, 2. 3. 4, and 5 In Block 2 In Plunkett's Addition to the City of Austin, Mower County, Minnesota. (D) Lots 1. 2, 3. 4, and 5 In Block 1 of Plunketfs Addition to the City of Austin, Mower County. Mlnnne- so ta. (E) Lots l, 2, 3, 4. and 5 In Block 1 of Mauer's Addition to the City of Austin, Mower County, Minnesota. SECTION 2: The above described land extending the corporate limits of the City of Austin, Minnesota, shall 5 be added to the end of 2300.63, Austin i 1 Compilation, in it» regular chronological order. Passed by a vote of the yeas and nays this. 17th day of November, 1958. Yea» 7, Nays 0. APPROVED: , CHARLES R. HANSEN 1 ATTEST: J. H. WEILAND City Recorder Dee. H, 18 Thousands of Gift Suggestions ... To Please Everyone . . . Shop Nate's . 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