Titonka Topic from Titonka, Iowa on June 12, 1975 · Page 10
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ORDINANCE NO. 526 THE METHOD OF A RUN-OFF ELEC- p* ™* PRIMAR Y ELECTION FOR THE CHOOSING OF PERSONS FOR ELECTIVE MUNICIPAL OFFICES. Be It enacted by the Council of the City of Titonka, Iowa: SECTION 1. .Purpose. The purpose of this ordinance if to adopt the alternative of using a run-off election in lieu of a primary election for the choosing of persons for elective municipal offices, and prescribing the procedures to be followed therein. H a0 2 ' ^ u "-° ff election adopted. The provisions of Section 376 9 Code of Iowa, 1975, providing for a run-off election are hereby adopted in lieu of the requirements for a primary in Sections 376. 6 and 376. 7 thereof. . 3. Regular Municipal Election. Within 24 hours following the fortieth day prior to the municipal election, the clerk shall forward the petitions of all candidates that have been properly tiled with the clerk, to the county commissioners of elections who shall then do all things necessary for conducting die municipal election. SECTION 4. When Required. Each candidate at a municipal election receiving a majority of all votes cast for the office sought shall be declared elected. A run-off election shall be held only for positions unfilled because of failure of a sufficient number of candidates to receive a majority vote in the regular city election. Candidates who do not receive a majority of the votes cast for the office for which they have filed as follows: 1. If no candidate for a single office receives a majority of the votes cast for that office, the two (2) candidates receiving the largest number of votes shall be placed upon the run-off ballot. 2. If any of the top candidates, in an at-largc contest, to the number of positions to be filled receive less than a majority of the votes cast at the election, those candidates receiving a majority of the votes shall be declared elected and those candidates receiving the next highest number of votes but not having a majority, to the number of twice the number of unfilled positions, shall be placed on the run-off ballot. _ SECTION 5. publication of ballot. If there must be a run-off election the commissioner of elections shall cause to be published once in a newspaper or newspapers published within the municipal corporation and of general circulation therein, in proper form, the names of persons as they are to appear on the municipal run-off ballot, said publication to be not less than four (4) days before said run-off election, SECTION 6. Run-off election. Any such run-off election shall be held two (2) weeks after the rcgualr municipal election. The run-off election shall be conducted in the same manner as provided by law for conducting municipal elections except that there shall be no added voter registrations accepted for said elections but transfers may be accepted until tea (10) clays before the election, as now provided under law. SECTION 7. Repealer. All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict with the provisions of this ordinance arc hereby repealed. SECTION 8. Severability clause. If any section, provision or part of this ordinance shall be adjudged to be invalid or unconstitutional, such adjudication shall not affect the validity of the ordinance as a whole or any section, provision or part thereof not adjudged invalid or unconstitutional. SECTION 9. When effective. This ordinance shall be in effect after its final passage, approval and publication as provided by law. Passed by the Council on this 5th day of June, 1975, and approved this 5th day of June, 1975. WALTER BAADE, Mayor. Attest: MYRTLE G. ALKE, Clerk. Titonka, Iowa June 5, 1975 COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS City Council met in regular session, Thursday, June 5, 1975, at 7:30 p.m. with Councilmen Heyer, Jarcn, Krominga and Schuster present. Absent, Boyken. Also present, Alfred Redenius, Loren Hansen, Bill Kiley and Clerk Alke. Minutes of May 1st meeting approved and financial reports accepted. Rcpresentativa of McCormack Distributing Co. attended the meeting and explained the lease program for a Taylor Frcezemaster for soft ice cream. Council to consider plan. Street bids were opened and Boggess Construction Co. , Emmetsburg was the lowest bidder. Cigarette permits were approved. Ordinances 524, 525 and 526 adopted. Registered letters will be sent to all delinquent water and sewer accounts notifying discontinuance of service if not paid. Complaints about dogs running free and enforcement of ordinance discussed. Letter from Mr. Wilbcck in regard to a speed zone north of school grounds; letter to be written Co Co. Engineer. Council will meet with the park committee in a special session, Thursday, June 12 at 7:30 p. m. A special council meeting will be held Thursday, June 26, to allow payment of all bills due for this fiscal year ending June 30. Bills listed below allowed. Meeting adjourned. GENERAL FUND: , Titonka Telephone Co.; Phone bill ............. $ 9.44 Treasurer, State of Iowa; State Withholding Tax ...... 38. 17 Titonka Savings Bank; Federal Withholding Tax: ...... 130.60 Portland News By Mrs. Victor Fitch her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Don G. Keoppel of Charles City visited Monday afternoon in the Donald Ringsdorf home. Randy, Kent and Rachelle Grosser attended Bible School last week in the Burt Presbyterian Church and attended the picnic at Smith Lake. Thursday afternoon Korene Grosser also attended the picnic. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch, Korene Grosser and Rachelle, and Mr. and Mrs. Am and Dangelser attended the funeral of Mr. Dan Williams in Britt Tuesday afternoon. While good works are not the basis for salvation, they are certainly the evidence of it. Written Monday, June 9... Mrs. Wally Woods accompanied her mother, Mrs. Irma Barton of Algona and her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Martinek of Wesley, to Fairmont on Sunday where they were dinner guests in the Ron Barton home in honor of Cheryl's first communion. Mrs. Leone Intermill of Titonka was also a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Discher drove to Mason City on Saturday to visit her father, Mr. Henry Dearchs, in Mercy Hospital. He entered the hospital Friday for surgery on his leg. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Trunk- hill entertained Cub Scouts Pack 63 of Titonka Sunday with a pot luck picnic dinner. The afternoon was spent visiting, playing ball, horseshoes and cycling. Around 50 attended. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Trunk- hill and family of Algona were Wednesday evening coffee guests in the Richard Trunkhill home in honor of Dick's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Meister, Mrs. Linda Meister and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Meister and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meister, all of Burt, and Mrs. Phillip Goetz of Wesley dined out Satur- . day evening at the River Road Golf Club in honor of the 6th wedding anniversary of Mr, and Mrs. Eugene Meister. Mrs. Olive Person of St. Peters, burg, Fla., Mrs. Esther Duncan of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker of Swea City and Mr. Harold Smith of Titonka were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Grace Trenary and Kenneth. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Veerman and Jeri of Algona were Sunday supper guests in the Henry Smith home. Mrs. Virgie Smith and her house guest, Mrs. Nona Jensen of Mil bank, S.D. were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Smith's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Frambach in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Shipler attended a dinner and family get together Sunday in the home of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. George Westling, at Badger. Between 25 and 30 attended. Mr. and Mrs. Ode Cherland of Algona were Sunday afternoon visitors in the E.G. Schwietert home. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Schwietert drove to Blue Earth Tuesday morning where they both entered tile hospital for a check-up. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Zwiefel and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Olson and boys drove to Redwood Falls Sunday where they attended a Heifncr family reunion. 81 registered at noon and a few others came during the afternoon from Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin I.P.E. R.S.; IPERS ..................... 111.79 Social Security; Social Security. ... ...... ..... 189.19 Myrtle G. Alke; Salary, Prepaid Expense .......... 134.29 Matt Parrott and Sons Co.; Supplies, ............ 11.71 Kossuth Co. Recorder; Recording. . ............ 4.50 Titonka Topic; Printing, supplies .............. 116.04 STREET FUND: Marv's K & H; Gas and oil ................. $ 26. 67 Bccd Hardware; Supplies ....... ........... 25.29 Anderson Implement; Repair ........ . ....... 2.59 Tyke Service Center; Repair ................ 5. 25 Frank D. Fisher; Battery (PU) ................ 57.50 Titonka Plumbing and Heating; Repairs. .......... 5.85 William G. Kilcy; Salary .................. 189.97 PUBLIC SAFETY FUND; Marv's K f, H; Gas and oiL ................. $69.80 Farmer's Co-op Oil; Gas, Tires (Amb. , Police Car) .... 247.07 Loren D. Hanscnj Salary ....... ... ........ 461.69 William G. Kilcy; Salary ....... . .......... 40.00 Titonka Farm Store; Oxygen ................ 7.95 Marshall & Swift; Laundry .................. 5. 13 Gone Draper; Air splints. .................. 49. 35 Raymond Gaul; Ambulance call .............. 4.71 Rolland S. Fox; Ambulance calls .............. 15.06 Walter Baade; Ambulance call and gas ........... 17.24 Vern Rafdal; Ambulance call ............ .... 11.30 SANITATION FUND Interstate Power Co.; Electric bill ............. $38.44 William G. Kiley; Salary .................. 189.09 Beed Hardware; Supplies ................. 1.49 Don Norland; Hauling .................. 8.00 William G.. Kiley; I lauliug (Landfill) ........... 5.00 ILECRliATlON FUND: Interstate Power Co.; Electric bill ... ......... $ 6.00 Rhonda Meyer; Petty Cash ................ 25.00 Titonka Senior Citi/cns Center; Rental aid ........ 40.00 Farmers Co-op Oil; Alcohol ..... „ ......... 54.00 Beed Hardware; Supplies ................. 32. 83 Titonka Farm Store; Repair and rental .......... 15.65 Neal Hansen; Mowing .............. .... 28. 50 Pete l-laines; Labor ................... 40.00 U.B.C.; Lifeguard stand .............. ... 29.55 Water Conditioning Cons. ; Floats, lights, chlorine. . . . 674.20 Titonka Plumbing and Heating; Repairs ......... 47.55 Earl Draper& Sons; Candy ................ 31.05 Titonka Topic; Ad and supplies. ............. 20. 85 WATER FUND: Interstate Power Co. ; Elactric bill ............ $471.13 William G. Kiley; Salary and postage Myrtle G. Alke; Salary. . ...... .......... North Central Public Service; Gas bill .......... Beed Hardware; Supplies .0 ...... . ...... .. Neal Hansen; Mowing .................. Rollies Food Center; Supplies ............... Matt Parrott f, Son; Supplies. ............... TRUST AND AGENCY FUND: I.P.E.R.S.; IPERS. ......... ..... ..... $ Social Security; Social Security ............. ROAD USE TAX FUND: Marv's K & H; Gas .................... $ Gary S leper; Diesel fuel ................. Anderson Implement; Repair ............... Tyke Service Center; Repair ..... . ......... SEWER CONSTRUCTION FUND : North Central Public Service; Gas bill ......... . $ Minnesota Valley Testing; Tests ............. Thompson Scwcr and Drain; Cleaning .......... Myrtle G. Alke; Salary .................. Marv's K f, 11; Gas .................... William G. Kiley; Postage ................ Titonka Plumbing and Heating; Packing 101.10 66.27 75.68 2.65 10.50 3.44 1.75 10.24 21.0!) 18.41 20.07 5. n 23.35 23.91 30.00 2.1. 75 (i(j. 27 8.00 .82 2.50 ATTEST: Walter Baad Myrtle G. Alke, City Clerk. Mayor. Attention Commodity Traders 3.27 56.50 64.00 196.00 62.00 PRICE CHANGES WILL OCCUR IN EACH OF THESE COMMODITIES THIS SEASON. HOW WILL THE PRICE CHANGE AFFEXT YOU? MORE IMPORTANTLY, SHOULDN'T YOU BE USING THE FUTURES MARKET TO GAIN THE MAXIMUM BENEFITS FROM PRICE CHANGES? Our weekly market letter provides specific buy and sell recommendations on all actively traded commodities including: LIVE CATTLE, PORK BELLIES/ LIVE HOGS, SOYBEANS, SOYBEAN MEAL AND OIL, WHEAT, CORN AND OATS. For a free 4-week subscription to our weekly market letter, mail the coupon below or call your PEAVEY COMPANY COMMODITY SERVICES OFFICE. We have direct telephone line to trading floors... no telephone operators to go through. Peavey Co. Commodity Services P.O. Box M Bancroft, Iowa 5W17 CHARLES D. INGALLS Commodity Broker Bos.: 51W8M787 Please send me your weekly market letter for the next four weeks. NAME.... ADDRESS. CITY. STATE , 23P. TELEPHONE NO and North Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Olson and boys were Wednesday supper guests in the Earl Zwiefel home. Mr. and Mrs. Harris Harms entertained at a chicken barbecue Sunday afternoon and evening. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Eimers, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wood and Randy, Mr. and Mrs. Leioy Davis and Roxanne, Bud Shipler, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Arend, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lovstad and Sandy, all of Burt. Bernice Haase of Burt took Leona Haase and Evelyn Moore to dinner at the Fireside Cafe in Burt. This was in honor of Leona's birthday. They returned home for the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Haack of Lone Rock came to spend the afternoon and help Leona celebrate her birthday. Mr. Ray McWhorter and Mrs. Frank Becker drove to Ames Thursday ifternoon to attend the 60th anniversary reunion of the Class of 1915 of Iowa State University, of which Mr. McWhorter was a member. They were met by Barbara (Mrs. Thomas Johns) another daughter of Mr. McWhortcr, who is on the Alumni Board. A Gold Medal dinner was held Friday evening especially for the Class of 1915, those who lived to reach the 60th anniversary year. Mr. McWhorter also has medals for the 50th and 55th anniversary years. Saturday noon the general alumni luncheon was hold in which all the alumni gathered. Miss Linda Becker of DCS Moines drove up to join them at this luncheon. 28 members of the Class of 1915 were present of the original 325 who graduated. A list of those passing away in the last five: years was read. At the time the Class of 1915 graduated, the enrollment w.-is around 3,000. It is now over the 20,000 mark. The group returned home Saturday evening, tired but having enjoyed it all very much. Mrs. iuigene LJoyd of Slien- andoah came up last week and is visiting in the Roger Scott and Harold Andrcasen homes and with other relatives in Buit and Algona. Mr. Lloyd came Friday and returned home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lloyd, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Scott and family, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Andreasen, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Andrcasen, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bahliug and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Tjaden were guests in the Harold Andreasen home Sunday for a pot luck din- ner. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Smelling and family of Tripoli visited in the Doyle Trenary home last Tuesday afternoon. THE TITONKA TOPIC June 12, 1975 — Page 3 — Don't burden today's strength with tomorrow's load. Plan for Meaty Hogs CO-OP FRITTERS Plenty of milk falfi and augurs for needed energy and taste u\>- }>eul get f>igs onto dry (liiiekly. H?^L;VJ' /i /MA/O co-or HOI: //t'/jis mure )>igx (/in'c/v/!/, c/'- f'O.VC/'.'.V/'/iA'/'/'.'.S /((•/'<•/(//(/ ««<•/ licaltliilii nil to 4(1 l-'rtiin 10 ll>.\. In linisli fur n ll>*. an a i>l(in lluit in linii'-testetl mcd/i/, ln-<iltliii, iiiiiiiinl. 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