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Sioux County Index (Newspaper) - July 12, 1995, Hull, Iowa Read all about the Homestead Cooperative of Hull on Pages Read about the Homestead the first of its kind in Iowa Enjoy interviews with the new home owners Plan on attending the open house Thursday and Saturday Horse Show Days previewed Dave Dedrick is Grand Marshal for the Horse Show Days 26 Jake Moss is the Parade 26 Here comes the 46 Celebrity Donkey 66 The 15th Annual Horse Show will be 76 Single copy Price o and Boyden Reporter VOLUME 51239 I I July 12 32 pages plus Serving Hull and Boyden for more than 100 years 32 vj iiF V YOUNGSTERS LEARN HOW to blow bubbles for a bubble race during Fridays Hull Public Library Summer Read ing Program Balloon Olympics at Hubbling Codirector Tom Van Soelen demonstrates what It takes to blow the bubbles in the shifting breezes that Balloon Olympics send spirits soaring Participants in the Hull Pub lic Librarys Summer Reading Program celebrated reaching the halfway point with a Bal loon Olympics and picnic Fri The Olympics began at in Hubbling The par THE ACTION MOVED PARK where the youngsters watched ii i i ff i i r i n ii ill iiic yai as a hotair balloon prepared to take off towards the end of the Balloon played a variety of Olympic games featuring balloons and Boyden bans new slaughtering in city The activities then moved to Westside Park where there was a picnic for the participants and their The activities included demonstrations on wind and the all relating to the summer reading programs Skys The The evening was concluded with the launching of a hot air Fridays activities were spon sored by the Friends of the Hull Public This years summer reading program is proving to be even more successful than last There are more participants this year and some of them have already reached their goals even though they are just halfway through the The Boyden City Council has unanimously adopted an ordi nance to ban all new slaughter ing of animals within the city The council took the action July The council waived the first and second readings of the ordinance and adopted it the ordinance will not be in effect until it is Boyden City Attorney John De Koster explained to the council that the ordinance would not apply to the current operation of Midwest Premium Pork which does slaughtering in its Main Street De Koster said that operation was an exist ing operation before the ordi nance and can operate as long as it complies with other city the new ordinance does include wording that would ban slaughtering from that plant if the plant failed to operate for at least 120 In other the council set two public hearings for One hearing will be on the councils proposal to sell a por tion of the railroad adjacent to Centennial Park to The second hearing will be in connection with a request from the Boyden Economic Development to replat a portion of the Bosman Old Home The council must vacate the existing streets to allow the development corpo ration to plat new streets in the A public hearing is required to vacate Boyden Police Chief Eric Tegges reported that he has been fully certified by the He asked the council to develop a use of force policy to establish what force city police officers can use to enforce city and state He also reported that he has been patrolling the Boyden Recreation Area and believes the alcohol use there has The council also decided to have the city finance committee chairman countersign all city The city has been advised on several occasions to have two people sign all city Potential buyers for Hull phone system meet local residents Three officials of the compa ny selected by West Com to purchase the Hull and Boyden telephone exchanges with Hull and Boyden residents July to answer questions about their company and the services they will The representatives of Heart land Telecommunications Com pany of Iowa were Tom president Dennis general manager and Jane director of public They assured about eight Hull and Boyden residents who attended the meeting that their company is experienced at operating telephone is dedicated to providing friendly customer service and firstrate telephone and are look ing forward to being active in the communities they Borchert said it is hard to tell how long it will take to get approval of the sale from state and federal regulatory He indicated that he hoped the process would not take longer than nine months to a he said it is ble to know for sure how long the process will Continued on Back Page
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