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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
May 24, 1934     Golden Valley News
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FINE STAGE1 SETS BUILT B Y/ BEACH HI. BOYS1 Robert Russell, Preston Neff, Jerry Keohane, Helen .Ro. bertson, Evelyn Thompson, Ralph Balers Fine Artists. Net= hool ex bi ,last Monday Kfternoon and evenh~, one of the most noticeable things was the work done by the boys and girls in the public speaking classes. Among the many fine sets built by them was a large stage set built by Robert Russell m~d Preston Neff, which was a thing of beauty. The ~(Ccntlnued from page one) iSl~reby proposed by the legal vot- e~ o5 the City of Beach, a municipal a~'po~tion of the County of Oolden Valley and IP, Jtte of North D~kot~: INITIAL RESOLUTION +~Be It Resolved That the City of lm,.~.h, a m~Acipal corporation of j . County of Golden Valley and J Af the)school exhibits, held last 8tats of North Dakota, do issue ' ~'; ~-'" o ................ ]Monday ~fternoon and evening, one mmxm z mare Ul~y oI M~ Ior ~llet . ; ...... of the construction and I o! u~e most nouceame tmnge was zNth~mmee of a plant and equip- [ the work done by the boys and girls delivery and furnkhing of elec- t~ heat, Hght and power, either dl- tale ;heat, light nd power, either di- rectly or indirectly, to or for the and for the PUrChase and ac- q~isJtion of a site upon which to erect and locate said proposed plant. That the maximum amount of bonds proposed to be issued under andby Virtue of this Initial Resolu- tion be and hereby is declared to be Twenty-eight Thousand and 00- 150 (S28,G00,00) Dollar& That the maximum interest rate said bonds shall bear, in the event that the same are issued, shall be six percent (6 Percent) Per annum. That the said bonds shall be in maturities. That the years of maturities of such bonds, if the same are issued, shall be 1955, 19S6, 1937, 1938, 1940, M, 1942, 1943, 1944, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1953 and Im4. That the said bonds be issued for the purpose of the construction. acquisition and maintenance Of a or equipment for the produc- ~ ~, delivery or fur- .of ~eleetrtc heat, light or Dower, eithe~ directly or indirectly, to ~r ~r the public and to purchase ~ldto upon which to construct and said plant. TI~ ~he assessed valuation of all the ~ property in the City of Beach, Is S412~94.00. in.the total amount of bond ess of the said City of Beach is Nil Dollars. That the amount of outstanding indebtedness of the said City of Beach issued for a purpose similar to that proposed in this Initial Reset lution is Nil Dollars. The voters proposing this Initial ~luti~ feel that the rates in the GI~y of Beach for electric light and power are exorbitant and out of all when the cost of production -~g the commodity is considered. It is our intention in submitting this resolution and petition to bring the matter before the council in such manner that a vote on the issuance Of be~ds may be had at the time of the Primary Election on June 27th, 1~4, If neither of the other two plal~ which wears herein proposing mm be placed into effect. The first plan which we wish to suggest to the Council and petition it to have placed into operation is that an ap- plication be made to the United States goverr~ment to have the sum of ~SD00.00 allotted to the City of Be&eh out of the Public Works Ad- ~tion Fund~ for the purpose of erecting the plant and distribu- tkm system. The bonds issued un- der this pian would be revenue issued ~ag~inst the revenue of the pla~t and would not constitu~ & general obligation of the City of Beach. These bonds would be put- bY the PWA and thirty per- cent of this amount would be do- ,~e w~h of Beach same to be the of the City, in the amount o~ $28,000.00, said bonds to he Wed for the purpose of paying for the establishment of a dlstribu- tim system in the/City of Beach, a~d that a contract be entered into With Kane l~vate concern for thd~ ea~ctlma of the plant itself, and that a ~ on the plant be given to the private concern erecting said l~m~, and that such morts~t~e be off out of the proceeds of rev- cffime o~ such plant. An investigs~on has been made of ~he rates charged and the profits made In the operation of municipal power and light plants, and we feel th~ such a plant could be operated at Beach with a considerable saving in rates to the ~mers of the commod- ity and at a fair profit to the mun- ltpality as is shown by the exper- the City has had in of the water depart- ment that at the most within plant could be revenue derived It is our intention that an allotment of Administration funds cannot be as herein explain- ed, t~t/~he City Council Issue said in the amount provided for in ~ Initial l~esolution and that the fun~ so raised be used for the purlmse of the construction, acqu~- t~ and maintenance of suc~ plant and equipment and for the purchase ~g~r~ ~ which to construct and maintain such plant under the plan hereinbefore submitted. shoot~ are tasty as greens and ) au~ welcome ad- early s~u~. ap~et~o~ of off or bacon set was completely made by hand and complete in every detail. There was a fine inlaid floor, handmade furniture, rugs, lamps, in fact every- thing that goes on a fine set, even to indirect lighting and footlights, all in proportion, There was also velvet stage drop. Another beauty, showing labor and care and talent was the set built by Jerry Kcohane. Still another was a lovely set car- tied out in black and cream, buil~ by Ralph Belers. Another was a lovely catholic altar, the stage com- plete having been built by Evelyn Thoml~on