The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on February 2, 1974 · Page 9
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Humboldt, Iowa
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Saturday, February 2, 1974
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y Jivfe Hambptdt Independent Cash in on a classified and see. Phone 332-2514 NOTICES NOTICE: MR. FARMER, that old cold house may be colder this winter and for a few winters to come. Don't fight heating fuel shortages, Check our .double wide mobile homes with total electric heat Comfort Living Algona 619295-3572. R-46-1 1-31-1 WANTED WANTED-.HARD TO place automobile insurance. Phone 332-3812. Miller Insur-' ance Agency, Humboldt, Iowa. _ P-27-tfI-12-tf WANTED: BABY SITTER Feb. 7 to Feb. 22. Weekdays 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Car required. Thor, 378-3211 after 6p.m. _ R-46-1 1-31-1 WANTED: HIGH POW- ered rifle. Chest type freezer. 332-4344. R-46-1 1-31-1 HELP WANTED: EXPER- ienced wheel alignment man. Salary and commission. New heavy duty equipment. Call 515-295-2421 1-30-2 R-46-2 RENTALS FOR RENT: NEW THREE bedroom home in Dakota City, appliances furnished, $150 per month. Phone 332-3391 after 6 weekdays. ! _ I-3M R-47-1* FOR RENT: BY THE WEEK. Three very pleasant sleeping rooms, one with kitchen, carpeted, color T.V., air' conditioned in summer. Bathroom with tub shower combination and living room to be shared by three rooms. Inquire in person at Beacon Motel. No telephone calls please. _ R-46-1 1-31-1 BE GENTLE, BE KIND, TO that expensive carpet, clean it with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampnoer $1. Martin and Miller Home Interiors. R-46-1 1-31-1 READ THE WANT ADS HELP WANTED OPENINGS FOR HIGH caliber experienced waitresses. Will train qualified applicants. Apply in person, Star Restaurant. 1-31-1 R-47-1 TEXAS OIL COMPANY Has opening in Humboldt area. No experience necessary. Age not important. Good character a must. We train. Air mail: A. L. Dickerson, Pres., Southwest- Petroleum Corp., Fort FOR SALE FOR SALE:PENNCREST electric dryer, 6 years old. Excellent condition, $50. Phone 332-1611 after 5 p.m. MADE U°P ECOLOGY boxes, Nice for get well, birthdays or any ocassion. First place west of Val's Cafe. Mrs. Carl Leist. R-46-lxx I-31-lxx £OR SALE: 1963 FOUR door Chevy. Motor and tires, good condition. Call 332-1905. R-46-lxx I-31-lxx FOR SALE: FULL KEY- hoard Remington hand operated adding machine. 'Fuhk's Garage, 332-3347. R-44-4x I-29-4x UKC REGISTERED BLUE tick at stud. $75 or choice pup. Contact Jim Dodd, RR 2, Humboldt. R-46-lxx I-31-lxx FOR SALE: OLDER TYPE refrigerator $16. Runs good. Square tub Maytag $15. Wood burning kitchen stove $30. Very good bedroom suite complete and a living room suite. Call 379-1715. R-46-11-31-1 SEWING MACHINE-SIN- ger Touch & Sew, winds bobbin in machine, good condition, guaranteed. $58.65 or easy payments. Call. 332-4456. I-31-4xx R-47-4xx FOR SALE SEWING MACHINE-VIK- ing Open Arm. Zig-Zag, decorative stitches, blind hems, over casts, etc. Good condition. Guaranteed. $167.10 or small monthly payments. Call 332-4456. I-31-4xx R-47-4xx BAYSE ROCK CORNISH Broilers are different. 4-4 Vz pounds in 8 weeks. 100 head is equal to the equivalent, in meat of 2 hrjgs in 8_.weeks. Also California Nick Pullets. Order now. Early order discount. Bayse Hatchery, Humbojdt. R-45-tf I-29-tf FOR SALE: LIMED OAK dining room set table, china and four chairs. Two pull- down ceiling lights black metal tops with white glass defusers. Excellent condition. Denzil Wiemers, Gilmore City 373-6104. R-46-lxx I-31-lxx Buy, sell, rent Place your ad Phone 332-2514 To place your ad phone 302-2514 YOU'LL ALWAYS .GET A WHEN YOU READ THE WANT ADS ern Worth, Tex. I-31-lxx WANTED Experienced Waitress Write Humboldt Country Club or call 332-3364 If no answer 332-2673 COULD THIS BE YOUR AD IN THIS SPACE? Phone 332-2514 The Humboldt Republican and Independent HOMES FOR SALE HOMES FOR SALE Help Wapted . Immediately Full-time nurses aid must be willing to fulfill state requirements for Geriatics certificate. Contact Mr. Chuck Hertel Sissen Care Center Humboldt Phone 332-1525 PHONE 332-2514 Split foyer, 4 bedroom home, 2 baths, intercom system, birch cupboards, completely carpeted, air conditioned, large lot. Price reduced to sell. 3 bedroom home, fully carpeted, completely remodeled. Walking distance to town. Will FHA for full amount. Runkle Realty, Inc. Phone M2-324-1 Jim Hamilton, salesman - 332-9904 SERVICES ADDING MACHINES AND typewriters, sales and services. IOWA BUSINESS MACHINES, 25 North Fifth Street, Fort Dodge, Iowa. "North side of City Square." R-5-t.fI-41-tf THANKS TO ALL CLASS- ified ad readers. You make the world go round. SERVICES Pull time mechanic 10-6 with 40 years of experience. Parts and repair of all makes and made) of snowmobiles, motor cycles and small gas engines. FOLEYS SPORTCENTEtt Federal Land Bank Loan Services Glen E. Yates Manager West on Highway 20 Across from Fort Museum Fort Dodge, Iowa WELL DRILLING AND PUMP REPAIR Goulds Submersible Pumps and Monitor Pltless Units MARTIN WELL COMPANY PHONE 332-3585 DAKOTA CITY _ SERVICES LOWEST AUTO INSUK- ance rates for cancelled, rejected or SR22 filings. Same day filings easy terms. Call Holt Insurance, 332-3677, Humboldt, Iowa. R-49-td I-34-tf WELL KEPT CARPETS show the results of .regular Blue Lustre spot cleaning. Rent electric shampooer $1. Humboldt OK Hardware. R-46-11-31-1 ROOFING- REMODELING and repair. For reliability and guaranteed satisfaction. Call J,ohh.Scnneider,37.3_.-Q695 Free \ ,$ R-3MI-46-2 _ YOUR SERVICE CENTER for Car & Truck Alignment Motor Tune Up Wheel Balancing W&H CO-OP OIL CO. Phone 332-2782 Hwy. 169 Humboldt Behlen is' Corn-growers Favorite Drying Tank. High air flow - simple - long life - No gimmicks needed to make it work. Taylor Implement and Const. Co. Algona, Iowa HOMES FOR SALE Your Classified Ad Number Is332-2514 HOMES FOR SALE Immediate Possession GOOD FAMILY HOME Four bedroom, 1 Vz story home close to downtown. This house features a new kitchen, newly carpeted dining room and living room. A new roof, on a full lot. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION This 3 bedroom ranch style home has a nice kitchen with lots of cupboards and built-ins, finished Jfamily room, covered patio, 2 car garage with a fenced lawn. SEE TODAY Worthington Insurance and Real Estate Located at the corner of Sumner and Toft Phone 332-3326 HOME FOR SALE 5 BEDROOM HOME One of the finest homes in Humboldt. This home features hot water heat, fireplace, open stairway, full basement, two sleeping porches, double garage with new cement driveway. All large rooms with beautiful oak woodwork. Walk-in closets. Situated on I 1 2 lots with lots of shade trees and ISO rose bushes. Third flour is made into an apartment with outside entrance. Apartment income pays property tax and insurance. Shown by appointment only. Yours for Better Housing Dick Stephen 332-2867 Merlyn J. Pollock Phone 332- 1642 5th and Broadway Humboldt Darrell Rusher Home .33.2eJB%.' LEGAL SCHOOL BUILDING BONDS HUMflOLDt COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT, If* HtJMftOtDf AND ttfcftSTfctt COtNf IBS, IOWA Sealed bids will be receive 1 * bytli* undersigned Secretary Of the Bdafd of Directors of'the Hurnb6ldt Community School District, In the . Comities of rtumboldt and Webster, SUl* of Iowa, al her office 900 Sumner Avenue, Humbeldt. lowo, until 1:00 o'clock P.M., Local Time, on the 14th day of February', 1974, for $435,000 School Building Bonds of said School District. at which time they will be presented to- the Board of Directors of said School District at Us meeting to be then held at the Administration Offices, 900 Sumner Ave., Humboldt, Iowa, arid in said School District. After the receipt ot open bids, the sealed bids will be opened, and the bonds will be sold to the highest and best bidder for cash. Ooen bidding will be concluded as soon as possible but in any event not later than 2:00 o'clock P.M. Sealed bids will be fully protected. Said bonds will be dated February 1, 1974, in the denomination of $5,000 ' each, bear interest payable November 1, 1974, and semiannually thereafter on May 1 and November 1 of each year, and will mature in numerical order $35.000 on May 1, 1976, $50,000 on May 1 of each of the years 1977 to 1981, inclusive, and $150,000 on May 1, 1982. None of said bonds will be optional for redemption prior to maturity. Said bonds will be registrable as to principal only. Both principal and interest will be payable at the office of the Treasurer of said School District, Humboldt, Iowa. Each bid must be for all of said bonds on the Official Bid Form, upon terms of hot less than par and accrued interest, and shall specify the interest rate or rates for the bond* in a multiple of one-quarter or one-tenth of one per cent, provided . that no coupon interest rate may exceed 7% per annum, only one rate shall be specified for a single maturity and not more than three rates may be named for the issue. Repeating a previously mentioned rate will not constitute an additional interest rate. The difference between the highest and lowest coupon rate bid for the issue shall not exceed l-Vi% per annum. Each installment of interest will be represented by a single coupon on each bond. The bonds will be awarded to the best bidder determined upon the basis of the lowest total interest cost at the rate or rates designated in his bid from February 1, 1974, to the respective final maturity dates, after deducting any premium. These bonds are being Issued pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 296 of the Code ot Iowa,. 1978, as amended, and all taxable property in the School District will be subject to the levy of taxes sufficient to pay the same without limitation as to rate. Said bonds are expected to be delivered against full payment in eaih or immediately available funds within forty (401 days after the sale at any mutually agreeable bank or trust company in the City of Chicago, Illinois, or Des Moines, Iowa, without expense to the purchaser. Should delivery be delayed beyond sixty (60) days from date of sale for any reason not due to the fault of the School District, except failure of performance by the purchaser, the School District may cancel the award or the purchaser may withdraw his check and thereafUr-ou interest in and liability tor the bonds will cease. When the bonds are ready for delivery, the School District will give the successful bidder five days' notice of the delivery date and will expect payment in full in cash or immediately available funda on that date, otherwise reserving the right at its option to determine that the bidder has failed to comply with his offer of purchase. The School District will furnish the printed bonds and the approving opinion of Messrs. Chapman and Cutler, Lawyers, Chicago, Illinois, together with the transcript and usual closing papers, including non-litigation certificate. Said opinion will be printed on the bonds and will recite that under existing federal laws, regulations, decisions and intepretations, interest on said bonds is exempt from present federal income taxes. Each bidder must furnish a certified or cashier's check drawn on a solvent state or national bank for $8,700 payable to the order of the Treasurer of said School District as a guarantee of good faith, which sum shall be agreed liquidated damages to be forfeited to the School District by the successful bidder upon failure to take up and pay for the bonds when ready. The Board of Directors reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to waive any irregularities in any bid and to determine In its sole discretion the best bid for the issue. The Board of Directors has authorized the preparation of an Official Statement containing pertinent information relative to said bonds and the School District, and an Official Bid Form. For copies of these documents or for any additional information, prospective purchasers are referred to the undersigned at his office in Humboldt, Iowa, or to the Financial Consultants to the District, Paul D. Speer & Associates, Inc., 20 North Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois 60606. Telephone: Area 312 346-0858. Published by order of the Board of Directors and dated January 21, 1974. C. F. Campidilli Secretary 1-30-2 Mil II t: OK PKOHATE OK HILL, OK APPOINTMENT OF EXK.Cl TOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS Probate No. 5MO-0174 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THK STATE OK IOWA IN AND FOR HI MBOI.DT COUNTY In tht> malttT of the estate of Krhrccu Muasst-n. Dcceusi'd. Tn all |it-r.sons intt-ri'Mtvd in the t'.suiti- nf Kfhi-t-ca MansM'n. Dtceasi'd: You art- hrrrhy nutifii'd that on the Hh day of January. 1974. the last will and it-Manu-nl ul Hi-bt-cca Maassen. dru-a.srd, bi'arinK dal? uf the 10th day of June. 1970, wus admitted to probate in :he above named court and that Ronald Maassen wai appointed LEGAL NOTICES executor of said estate. Notice :l» fuVthef gtvefl that any action to jet aside said will must be brought In the district court of said county within one year from the date of the second' publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice'ii'further given that all person* indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate/shall file them with the clerk ot the above name* district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance; and unless so filed within six months from ffie second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever bitrred., , Dated this 4lh day of January. 1974. ' Ronald Maassen. ' Executor of said Estate .1620 Baltimore Waterloo. Iowa 50702 • Jaqun and Mansfield Attorneys for said Executor Humboldt, Io«a 50548 Date of-second publication: Nineteenth day of January, 1974 1-30-2 NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION TO: THE VOTERS OF THE CITY OF HUMBOLDT AND RESIDENTS OF THE LAND BELOW DESCRIBED. You are hereby notified that the City Council and MaVor of the City of Humboldt, have ordered, by resolution duly adopted that a special election be held on the 19th day of February, 1974, at which, will be submitted to the voters 'of .the City of Humboldt, and those residing within the territory below described the following question:' ''Shall,the proposition to annex the territory described as follows: West Vi of the N.W. .'/« of Section 36, Twp. 92. Range 29 W. of the 6th P.M. N. E. '/• of Section 35, Twp.'92, Range 29 W. of the 5th P.M. E Vi of the S. W. 'A of Section 35, Twp. 92. Range 29 W. of the 6th P.M. S. E. '/< of Section 11. Twp. 91, Range 29 W. of the 5th P. M. S. W. '/i of Section 12. Twp. 91. Range 29 W. of the 5th P.M. lying West of the West fork of the Des Moines River, In resolution adopted by -the Council of the City of Humboldt; Iowa, on the 7th day of'January, 1974, be approved." You are further hereby notified that the polling places (hall be as follows: Ward No. 1: School Administration Building at 900 Sumner Avenue, City of Humboldt, Iowa. Ward No. 2: Municipal Building at 419' 1st Avenue South, City of Humboldt, Iowa. Residents of territory proposed to be annexed will vote at the Municipal Building at 419 1st Avenue South, City of Humboldt, Iowa. "' to'u are'furthe'r hefeby'ho'trfledthat said polls will be open from 7:00 A.M. to 8 P.M. C.D.S.T. R. D. Hake City Clerk 1-29-3 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS Probate No. 5862-0174 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR HUMBOLDTCOUNTY In the matter of the estate of John P. Jensen. Deceased. To all persons interesled in Ihe estale of John P. Jensen, Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 25th day of January, 1974, Ihe last will and testament of John P. Jensen, deceased, bearing date of the 18th day of March. 1966, was admitted to probate in the above named courl and lhat Tina Jensen was appoinled executor of said estale. Notice is furlher given that any action to set aside said will must be brought in the district court of said county within one year from the dale of Ihe second publicalion of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to said estate are requested lo make immediate payment tn the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly aulhenlicated, for allowance; and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid! such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 25th day of January, 1974. Tina Jensen Executor of said Estale .112 I Hh North Humboldt, Iowa 50348 Baker. Miller & Baker Attorneys for said Executor RIIX 337 Humbnldl. Iowa 50546 Date of second publicalion: Ninth day of January.1974. I 31 2 COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS CITY OF HUMBOLDT HLMBOI.DT, IOWA Humholdi City Council. January 21, 1974. at 7:00 P.M.. Regular Meeting, Muniripal Huilding. Mayor Jean M. Kleve presiding. I'resent: Hanisch, Van Horn, Sime and Ennis. Absent. None. Also present. City Allorney Sloebe. Moved by Hanisch and seconded by Ennis lo approve the reading of the minutes of January 7. 1974. All ayes. Senior Citizens services Inc. representatives appeared lo ask the Council for help in selling up a recreational center. $3,000.00 was proposed lo lake care of Ihe firsl years rent, insurance and utililies. Il was moved by Sime and seconded by Ennis lo refer this request lo Ihe Park and Hecreatinn board for Iheir recommendation. All ayes. Huilding permil charges were discussed and Ihe Council is expected lo reach a decision al the nexl meeting. Moved by Hanisch and seconded by Sime lo purchase uniforms for the radio dispatchers at $63.00 to $75.00 each. All ayes. Merlyn Pollock, representing Cresl I'ak, received permission lo install a portable monitor in their sewer line which would lake regular interval readings on sewage content. After this information is gathered for 30 days a LEGAL NOTICES permanent-monitor and related equipment needed will be Installed. Pollock «l*o requested snow, removal for Forrest EsUteS, a platted-dedlcated sub division. The City Engineer I* to be consulted first to see if curb, gutter and surfacing installed to now Is to be riccepted by the City. Moved by Van Horn and seconded by Sim* to approve the Mayoral appointment of Jack Haas to the 1 police department as patrolman for 6 month probationary, period. All ayes* Moved'by Ehrtls and seconded by Van Horn to accept the low bid of Humboldt Printing Co. for a card file. Ail nyes. Moved by Sime and seconded by Ennis that the following resolution be approved. BE IT RESOLVED that the Humbnldl Trust and Savings Bank be designated as the depository for funds of Draining District 13-A just received tram the Humboldt County Auditor and those hereafter received shall be deposited in said bank for the district. All ayes. Moved by Van Horn and seconded by Ennis to approve the application for a building permit for remodeling to the former creamery building In the fire zone. All ayes. Moved by Sime and seconded by Hanisch to approve payment of the final 10% for storm sewer construction ($7.497.85) after having found that all requirements requested by McClure Engineering have been met. All ayes. Moved by Sime and seconded by Van Horn to adjourn. All ayes. R. D. Hake City Clerk 1-31-1 COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS CITY OF BODE BODE, IOWA Council met January 2. 1974, all members present. Newly elected Mayor, Howard Curry and Council- LEGAL NOTICES »nd . were administered The Mayor then pronounced this meeting " ll * regular session for the month. Resolution passed, designating Bad. State Bonk us depository for th« cltlM funds up to $26,000. The titles employees sal.r e« *«• set; motion carried the following appear In print in the council proceeding this one time only. Mayor, Howard Curry, $70.00 per month. Clerk, Lucille Torgerson, $182.00 per month. Librarian, Lalla Hanson, $40.00 per mrtnth. Superintendent of streets, sewer, water and garbage, LeRoy Worbjr, $850.00 per month. Assistant, Alvin Bakken, $230.00 per hour. Following claims were allowed: Bode Fire Debt., salaries. . . $1,113.60 Sun Oil Co .................. M - M Davenport Bank & Trust Co, 80.00 Marine Nail. Exchange Bank 30.00 Humboldt Co. Auditor, Election Expense ........ 203.18 Farmers Elevator .......... 157.45 West Bend Real Estate, Bonds ........... ....... Hclmanlnc ................ Midwest Limestone Co ...... Thorpe Well Co ............ Standard Oil Bode Lumber .............. Literary Guild ..... -. ....... Doubleday Bargain Book Club .................... Iowa Public Service. ....... NW Bell Telephone Co ...... Doubleday Bargain Book Club.. Sun Oil Co ................. . Alvin Bakken .............. 163.28 Meeting adjourned. Lucille Torgerson Clerk ' I-il-1 38.00 38.00 496.25 1««-0« 89.04 8.92 S.18 213.68 10.70 13.07 130.00 Dee. 197J FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE CITV OF BODE, IOWA Class of Property Assessed Value Real Property: General Personal Properly Railroad Property Telephone, Telegraph and Express Companies Utilities. Including Transmission Lines and Pipelines. Total (Except Monies & Credits) 488.078 Total Amount of Levies asked in August 1972 Number of Acres of Agricultural Lands W ithin Municipal Corporation... Assessed Valuation of Agricultural Lands Within Corporate Limits Subject'° ,^* N( ; IAL REpoBT of THE TOWN OF BODE, IOWA JANUARY 1,1973THROUGH DECEMBER 31,1973 MUNICIPAL REPORTS Tax Revenue Other State-Federal Transfers 115.8 32,189 From Counly Receipls Receipts In General . 1,298.59 1,613.20 1,147.02 4.030.89 •Street..'..'.'.':'M'.'.....'-X. 3,864.76 247.76 Public Safety 1,922.61 6,532.82 Sanitation 2,888.00 2,564.78 Municipal Enterprises (Except Utilities) 724.20 5.00 Recreation 290.23 150.00 1,000.00 Debt Service (Utilities) 1,838.67 Trust and Agency (Except Utilities) 2,474.62 RoadUseTax 6.138.02 Liquor Profits 1.523.89 Special Assessments 5,805.79 All Other lExcept Utilities) 8,949.24 TOTAL RECEIPTS 15,299.88 16,919.35 15,757.97 5,030.69 FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE CITY OF BODK, IOWA JANUARY 1,1973 THROUGH DECEMBER 31,1973 MUNICIPAL DISBURSEMENTS Total 8,089.60 '4.112.82 8,455.48 5,452.78 729.20 1,440.28 1,838.67 2,474.62 6,138.02 1.523.69 5,805.78 6.949.24 53,007.69 Salaries and Wages Other Principal Transfers and Interest Oul ToUl Fund General 3,268.44 Street 3,094.02 Public Safety 2.115.54 Sanitalion 1,924.23 Municipal Enlerprises (Except Utilities) 395.40 Recreation 265.81 Debt Service (Excepl Utililies) Trust and Agency (Except Utililies) 1.964.76 Liquor Profits Special Assessments . . . All Olher lExcepl Utilities) TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS 13,028.20 5,679.13 2,946.44 4,503.40 5,388.76 534.95 530.56 1,912.00 4,578.18 1,523.69 8,947.57 6,040.46 6,618.94 7,312.99 930.86 796.87 1,912.00 1,964.76 1.523.69 4,578.18 3,507.00 3,507.00 6,490.18 5,030.69 44,182.81 19,583.24 RECONCILIATION OF MUNICIPAL FUND TRANSACTIONS JANUARY 1,1973 THROUGH DECEMBER 31,1973 lUoei Not Include Utllltiei] Warrant Issuing Officer's Book Balance, January 1,1973 $16,080,88 Plus: Receipls for year ending December 31,1973 53,007.69 Tolal lo account for go, Qgg Qg I,ess: Disbursements for year ending December 31, 1973 44,182,81 Warrant Issuing Officer's Book Balance, DeccmberSl, 1973 Less: Petty Cash and Charge Funds, and cash on hand at December 31.1973 8J7.2, Less: Investments Meld at December 31,1973 14,633.24 Depository Cash Balance, December .'il, 1973 | g 705 ig REPORT OF MUNICIPAL INDEBTEDNESS JANUARY 1,1973 THROUGH DECEMBER 31.197S [Utilities Excluded! Honds: General Revenue Stamped Warrants Tolal £ -> S19.000.00 37,000.00 2,690.00 .158,690.00 1,000.00 2,000.00 2,000,00 5,000.00 U J I I 18,000.00 35,000.00 9M.OO 63,890.00 UTILITIES FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE CITY OF BODE, IOWA JANUARY 1,1973 THROUGH DECEMBER Jl, 1973 Receipts Waterworki Sales Non operating Revenue: Merchandise Sales Sales Tax Collected Other Total Receipts Disbursements: Plant Operation Planl Maintenance Distribution Operation Distribution Mainlenance Miscellaneous Sales Tax to Stale Total Disbursements UTILITIES FUND TRANSACTIONS JANUARY 1,1973THROUGH DECEMBER 31,1973 Warrant Issuing Officer's Book Balance-, January 1,1973 Plus: Receipts for year ending December 31,1973 Tolal to account for ; Less: Expenditures for year ending December 31,1973 Warrant Issuing Officer's Book Balance, December 31,1973 . 7,949.25 . 178.64 239.44 30.00 8,891.18 2,878.55 . 3,319.18 . 9U.OO 2,259.»« . 80.00 239.44 9,441.07 Waterworks 895.89 8,891.83 9.287.M 9,441.87 158.86 00 1811"

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