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Friday, December 5, .1941 COUNTY BOARD PROCEEDINGS Thtfutald, 352.84 4.00 2.50 34.57 18.00 17.35 12.15 1.25 1.40 4.56 10.00 4.00 4.00 (Continued from Page 2) Ironwood Times, Inc., proceedings and clerk 352.84 Wilbur Maki, other obligations - . _ · 4 oo Wakefleld News, other obligations _. ... "."I 250 Duluth Herald News Tribune, other obligations " 34 57 John Hakala, expense to Duluth, airport IS 00 Pearce E. Graham, sheriff " « 35 Bessemer Light Utility, sheriff _____ _ 12*15 Johnson Hardware, sheriff ·_'--_ __ _ "I 1/25 Bessemer Pharmacy, sheriff " ~"~ ~ ~ ^ ' 4 0 Kolinski Standard Service, sheriff _ ~ ~ ~ . 4'50 Arthur Fertile, sheriff IIIIIII II 10'oo Hugo Loo, sheriff--Donna Case search 4'00 Robert Loo, sheriff--Donna Case search _ " 4 00 Thomas Pietchach, sheriff--Donna Case search " 12 00 William Niemela, sheriff--Donna Case search - ~~I 16'oo Robert Ebli, sheriff, Donna Case search _ "_ I_ 4'00 Stanley Ohman, sheriff--Donna Case search II.I 4*00 Charles Austin, sheriff--Donna Case search I_II__II 19*.00 The following warrants were issued alter the October Claims Accounts and prior to the November Claims Accounts through the General Fund with the exception of the salaries: Warrant No. 14716 14717 14720 14739 14924 149S9 14960 14965 15249 15401 GRAND VIEW HOSPITAL Accounts Payable--October, 1941 Petty Cash 1 J4S2.82 Iver Peterson 1.53 Manchester Biscuit Company, 13.74 R. A. Johnston Company 8.2?! Chaney Truck Gardens IS.CS^ W. Meyer Company 41.93} Bessemer Bakery ?-2Qi Michella Company .75! J. Sexton Company 42.»4 ; Wakefield Bakery 86.27* Wakefleld Bakery 30.00! Christiansen Son 31.90! Cloverdale Dairy 197.84E Brookvale Dairy 95.17! Brookrale Dairy 7.501 Northern Baking Company 11.93 j 12.00 I A. Kanipes 85.50; 16.00 4.00 4.00 19.00 Payee Purpose L. A. Filtppini, expense to Houghton, treasurer meeting-.? Reid's Cash and Carry 36.82; Hurley Baking Company 6.40- Michigan Pack 101.53 j Lesselj-ong Hardware ,, 15.S5J General Electric Company 4.05j Texas Company : 63.16! Zimmer Manufacturing Co. __ 2.99; I. J. Neavflt 39.75 = Bros. 10.17 J s L. S. D. P. Co. 15402 15404 15447 15450 15453 1545S 15459 154GO 15461 15462 15463 15664 15668 15673 C. N. W. Ry. Co., express, auditor ,,___»_ ____________ 1.27 Postmaster, Bessemer, postage, sheriff __________________ 10.00 L. J. McManman, exp, to Marquette, U. S. vs. G. V ^H.. 34~00 Marvin Desonia, probate court, afflicted child _____________ 27.10 Postmaster, Bessemer, postal cards, clerk ________________ 5 . 0 0 ~ 4.02 Gogebic Co., Treasurer, taxes Postmaster, Bessemer, postage, register of deeds Railway Express Agency, express, auditor _ _ 9 0 3 4 IIIII is'.oo , ___________ I__ 1.25 Postmaster, Bessemer, postage, treasurer _ _ 15 00 " " " Bottle Co. F. Stearns Company «.,,*.( Milavelz Auto Company 11.46; L. S. D. Power Co. .65* Stanco, Incorporated 10.10? Lewis Manufacturing Co. 12.96, Johnson Coal Company 4.71} Johnson Coal Company 15.SO Cloverland Garage Mich. Bell Telephone Co. 2.23 [ 43.54 12.411 00 ! ?g£r ' Co. P. 1.50 8.29; 12.50; ______ . J. A. Blaha ________________ 35.001 Dr. A. J. O'Brien _________ 15.00 1 Duluth Plumbing Co. _______ 17.721 Employers Mut. Liability Ins. 76.69' Kewanee BoUer Corp. ___ . __ 55.2i' Sanbom Company _____ __ _ 2 s| Smith, Kline French Lab._ 3.75 i Serfling Printing Co. _______ 2.7Si Postmaster, Bessemer, postage, clerk 20.00 Mary Casagrande, witness. People vs. Johnson __I-I--I " 1 50 · Katherlne Markovich, witness, People vs. Johnson _ _ I- 1 50 j v Mary Siskowski, witness, People vs. Johnson 1.50 i ' Aili Polso, witness People vs. Johnson I~_~II l'so i Wm. Fincko, witness, People vs. Johnson ~ Conrad Frederickson, witness, People vs. Johnson ^ ,,,, James W. Nolau, probate court, afflicted child -_ ." 27.10 Postmaster, Bessemer, postage, probate court 15 00 Western Union Tel. Co, expense from Detroit in re: People vs. Johnson 27.10 15680 L. J. McManman, report of no contest _~ 5 eo 16194 Arthur Fertile, exp. to Detroit in re: People vs.'jolTnsonll 100.00 16199 Postmaster, Bessemer, postage, sheriff 10.00 16201 Postmaster, Bessemer, postage, prosecuting attorney " I 10.00 Claim Record--Gogebic County Road Commission C. N. W'. Ry, Co, freight ? 17 . 47 R. A. Heidemann Co, WPA culvert pipe __ 1011 89 ! Kenne dy Company 11.33; Leonard Mayer, expense to WPA Marquette ~ I~ 13*30 1 Maraha "l Wells Assoc. Stores 1.36; Wadhams Socony-Vacuum Co, lubricating oil -I-_I_I"IIII"~IIIII "133541 F - J - Hager Lumber Company 20.4S; Standard Oil Co, gasoline I_II ~~_ . " 941'77 M Jchigan Bell ' 1 11.71: National Metala Bank, note and interest IIIIIIII 982*78 Bessemer National Bank, note and interest I II_~II ~ 8237 69 Ivan D. Wright, professional services I ----- · Bessemer Post Office, stamps _ I~"I~_~~ 2 0 0 0 State of Michigan, notary public fee II___I"IJI1~I l'oo John W. Halliger, full payment on claim IIIIIIIII'III I~ 43 16 Secretary o£ State, refund on gas sales " ~ 31 68 Margaret Weymerskirch, compensation insurance" _II_IIII~I 198*38 Railway Express Agency, express IIIIII'I I 7 40 Atco Company, lubricant _ ~ 21 35 Apple River Mill Co, deer feed II-IIIIIIIIII IIII~~I~T~I~ 34" so Bakka Tire Shop, vulcanizing tire I__I II__I" ~~ 1*75 Bessemer Auto Co, truck and auto parts , I "I 207*10 William C. Birk, snow fence ties II~~I~I~IIII_~II 296 ^7 Blackhawk Mfg. Co, plow repairs II_I_I ~ 29*40 i Burns Chevrolet Co, car repairs I II~II~ 4*44 I Boyle Super Service, radiator repairs III__I " 6 00 i Bark Rivei- Bridge Culvert, sliovel parts I_~II~II~ 87*49 I William Bonifas Lumber Co, lumber ___: IIIII.II I ~ _ _ ~ _ _ ~ _" 69 12 Baylis Sanitary Supply Co, near white wipers" I "~ ~ ~" I 84 20 ' Brebner Sinz Machinery Co, tractor parts I"~II_ 19 32 i Beauchamp Elec. Car. Co, generator repairs I_I__I~ I 119 0' I Durham Crook Garage, tires and truck parts I"_I~IIIII 84 4S j Connor Lumber Laud Co, 2192 yards of gravel _ " "_ 109 60 ' Chipman Chemical Co, atlocide 4"93 | Chicago Journal of Commerce, subscription ~I.~~I.~~T~I.IH~~ 2 30 C. N. W. Railway Co, freight II_~ ~~ "" 3*30 C-Z Chemical Co, baud soap I I I I T _ " 31 93 Cuptal Oil Refiner Co, oil filters IIIIIIIIIIIITIIII__I_I~_" I 29 66 Cfoon Motor Co, tires and tubes - - - ass"12 Cities Service Oil Co, fuel oil _ _~~I_IIIII~II~II~II "" 4s'*)fi W. D. Cochran, freight I ~ ~ ~ ~ 3~54 Delta Hardsvare Co, hardware supplies IIIIIIIIIIII III'I 60 67 John J. Prick, miscellaneous hardware IIIIIII.IIIII ~ 5 55 Carl H. Frlnk, plow repairs _ ~ " is 34 Alvin Abraham, brooms ------^-------------- . Four Wheel Drive Auto Co, truck repairs __II~_I " in'^c ' Tt^^t m.,1^1. . n i r _ A _ . - n _ » _ . . » . ·-- -- -- -- -- ·» -- -- «. -- -- , _ _ _ _ j.t/ »**U THIRD DISTRICT City of Wakefield: food _ --. $1695.40 Clothing 21.91 Fuel _ 43.SZ Wood Hauling 11.00 Woods Operation 130 69 Medical, M. D. S1.75 Medical, D. D. S 59.00 Transportation 5,50 Medicines 23.05 Norse 4.50 Rent 38*00 Public Utilities 2.33 Burial _ ,, 425,00 52533.26 INFIRMARY FARM EXPENDITURES Sal., Keeper. MatronWa.OO Salary, Dom- Labor_ 152.00 Pood S99.97 Clothing _ 30.62 Fuel 3S9.0S Physicians 50.00 Nurse _ 140.00 Medicines _ 53.24 Medical, Sundrv 154 $2 tight I 7 6 .64 Cleaning, ToHet, Ldy. 49.00 Freighr, Exp., Cart._ _9S Maintenance, Building 30.00 New- Equipment 51,56 Telephone Telegh. 16.06 OfSee Expense 12.00 Insurance _ 211.09 Maintenance Efeift). _ 56.75 Truck _ 26,22 52574.S3 FARM. Salary . $ $5 oo Hay. Grain, Feed 62.55 Main. Equip. (Trac.) 35.00 Chairman, Board of Supervisors. W. B. Faul, County Auditor. ter I am taking the liberty of reply- I Ing to your letter of November 7 in on Thursday, 2:30 P.M. Present: November 6, 1941, at Conservation Commission in the Bond Falls matter. At its meeting on Tuesday, Novem- Ben Goldman, B. Clarence Johnson, A. W. Bulinski and William R. Helien. Absent: Raymond E. Garvey. Falls except 40 cubic feet per second from June 1 to Labor Day and 25 cubic feet per second for the balance of ^ j the year. This agreement is to be The Committee learned .with con-1 111,,? 1 ' 6 ?* f ?. r on ! ye . ar but with the sternalion, from an AP dispatch ort-' lmdersta nding that it can be suspend- gloating in Lansing that the State v r a l a n , ^ fl . time . , aud court action ! Conservation Commission on Novem- . Dro111 8 ue u tne P«o»c interest appears her 4th, had agreed to a one year re- n,l-" 1 '?? pa "" dy ,,. doctiou in the amount of water the » V uri ° s tjie tim ^ th ?t the agreement Copper District Power Company is re- t "? e ? ect accurate flow records are quired to send over Bond and Agate p and re su"ar observations Falls, in Ontonagon County, two fam- ?i~ e l ? Jnade as to the condition of ous Upper Peninsula beauty spots i ? stream from tn e standpoint oE Tne Board of Supervisors, local con- ? 8 ,, fe and the scenic "eauty of the servationists and residents have op- j posed any further diversion of water I This action was taken by the Coin- i from toe middle branch of the Onton-' mission following extended discussion agon River, taking the position that without any specific recommendation besides spoiling two beauty spots by Director Hoffmsater or any mem- which are of tremendous interest to De r °* the staff, with Commisionera tourists, one of the best trout streams Titus and Whiteley voting against is being ruined and Bluff and Sucker the,agreement. ^^ iat0 "I bi - Clx t ]? 6 water is being ; Yours very truly, diverted, are being flooded over their ^ Wayland Osgood banks, making fishing impossible. I -'-. Secretary At an earlier meeting of the Commis- WQ:cli County - - - - - - ' ' GOGEBIC COt!NTY SOCIAL WELFARE Administrative Expense October, 1941 ^Personnel ------ §lS40.0a Traveling Expense __ 244.37 Tele-phone, Telegraph Postage -------- 115.70 Cocunisslcners _ ___ S2 50 Printing ---------- 142.50 Office Supplies, Rent 6.90 ing the signatures o 2 500 resdems of Gogebie and Ontouagon Counties opposins such diverS To site the reaction of the Board of Supervi sors and to obtain the a n s w e r s t o ' !som« pertinent questions the Com · jmfcttee auihor^ed the sending of the i I following letter quote' pre- to the Board of Supervisors and it was moved by Supervisor Gar- yey, supported by Supervisor Hakala ifhat this matter and correspondence be -received and referred to the Conservation Commitee with power to contact the Upper Peninsula Members of the State Conservation Com- "NovembPr 7 1041 I misslon to investigate why they vot- |"Mr, P. i. Hoffmaster Erector e a ? * ey d!d °" the B °" d Fa " S Department o7 cSS^EE ' TTM^' -^ ^^ , °° nserva Lansing, Michigan n Committ ee have the right to go ! T.-- ,' , T _ to Lansing to see the Governor on this · question. Motion carried. In Re: Salary Adjustment and Raises A discussion Telep. Housekeeping Aide Adult Hospitalteation M. D. Local ----- 575.S5 Hospital Transport. _ 116.56 Surplus Commodities 6,33 Homes ____ 64.00 ?3326.1S Recommendation i Dear Mr. Hoffmaster: j It was with considerable disappoint- toe" CommSio r rme ae t?nTof r NoT 4°th A I" 8 TM 33 TM TM 3 hel(J amo ^ at ** which stated that toe Bond Falls dis · m « nbe « ot the Boar d » regard to pnte was settled on the terms of the f 1 "^ mcreases for the Social Wel ' Copper District Company We can ^f9, Department aa well as adjust- not construe the action of the Conser i 1 S '°" Salanes of the i anlto « and vation Commission as otow-than^ an -^ S m the Gourt House together abandonment of the interests of the ^ ^.Mme Inspector and his dep- people of this State whose riirhl^ ^ , K wfl3 movetl b * Supervisor transcend those of any private con ^adolney, supported by Supervisor in this region. Reasonable tion would have permitted the U.flj Johnson Johnson 146.06; Western Union 7.37! Colsoa Corporation 32.3ll Abbot Laboratories . 12 301 Sharp Smith 14.6l| P f TM l f.-- ------ 50:00 ^.^ William Ander^n7 D ' --"-j ^ ^^^"1^ 'SK^Lffi'! ^^^ ^nperTsor'Trotitock Peters Harksms 4.25 , " ^ recommended that when it^torliy and without bindMnr-T, ? , , , H t that : the question of salary increases Ironwood Pharmacy 7 .S2 becomes necessary for the Sheriff ori'could bave prevented unfair H- and | adjustments be referred to the Alex Mnminut r.- anv ofheT- r-«r«t^ ^«,=_- . « r J^ . - P rev entett unfair diver- winnVir.^ r~TM m n-- * ;J .... . ID -45 3.50 19.SO Alex Marcinak Johnson Hardware Columbia Ribbon Co. III U. S. Industrial Chemical Co. Gogebic Neon Sign Company Gogebic Neon Sign Company Schering Corporation S s Auto Parts Co. _.,,,, Yahr Lange, Inc. 21,43 G. D, Searles Company ~ ~6 17- Vincent Vokal 6 o".6o! U. S. Hospital Supplv Co. - 145 79! O. K. Auto Parts 35 = Lundin Johnson _ 39 s?i Park Davis Company isll2; " H. Sargent Co, I »4\i;| co oJi« County Oftacial to s o n t l sion a n d d a m the County on hnsinels and stream levels Emg opportunity to obtain er-l Although we wired fluctuation request IOF Attached meeting, -- -- --,, Board: direct word of the at County Auditor, which is to Board of Supervisors to toe bill he renders i have confirmation of nave confirmation of the news re-i will inn, P ' r lease If such settlement was made | SaudeSon" was it upon the recommendation ot woodward' the Dirprtni- t,a r«».: rt c _* .\-_ TT.. . »Twuuwttiu. Finance Commitee for consideration and . ^ le3r reter back t° the Board for for the . Octobfer lat, 1D41. Roll called on amendment: Ayes: Supervisors Achatz, Bulinaki, Eriek- Garvey, Goldman, Hakala, Helien, William " - ' carried HSsr2?--- i? s ?» : »asifc*K t- ' ^^L Ke ?- r - Chamnan, A. ( Department, or was the action taken of its own voli- Hosp te . Aad£tor . «- ,, *· ~-" · J,JL.U» -» -irt "" ' -- -- »·-*·--»_« -lo» 1941.. 3.1" Joestmg Schilling 112.46 i 3:0 ° p - w Troy Laundry Machinery Co. 38 2" t Present: Snpervisors Norbert P Physicians' Hos. Sup". Co. 71.741 Achatz - Chairman; George W Sand A f a f - r i F i r u k t-n fll- ~. - -* *-* _ _ f orcnv« "\TTIllr -w » ·-·»*** vi S9~40 ~ Ted Fulsher Motor Sales, truck repairs. __.__! _ "I 33'91 Pearce E. Graham, plumbing supplies I ~II~I III II" 4 45 Gogebic Auto Co, truck repairs I__ _ ~~ ~~ "05 Gordon Smith Co, compressor I--II_IIIIIIIIII"~~III"I 4*72 Gravely Motor PIovv Cul. Co, mower repairs I.I ~ 18 75 Great Lakes Macli. Welding Works, track repairs __ I~I 4*60 Gar Wood Industries, truck repairs I~~I_~_ 19 53 E, Garnich Sons Hardware Co, hardware supplies Brick Haanpan, 178S cu. yards of gravel Herald Publishing Co, office supplies I Hanna Iron Ore Co, grinding bits I-II.I 52 80 Ironwood Rura] Telephone Co, telephone rental IIIIIIII~~I~~I~~ 10 59 Torri Jacobson, Secretary, safety club contribution II_II_~~ 15~00 Johnson Hardware, miscellaneous supplies "94 J. A. Jacquart, claims for borrowed diet "IIIIII II 12"as 'Kelly Bros, coal ~ ~ " 10203 Klauer Mfg. Co, Snogo repairs IIIIIIIII""! "~~ 129*75 Kelly-How-Thomson, hardware supplies ~ II ~ 24 12 Kolto Vclin, light bulbs IIIIIIIIII 23 66 Wm. Krohn Machinery Co, tractor repairs II I~I I~~I 69'si Lindstrom Auto Sales, truck repairs " "" ~~ I'^A L. S. Power Co, light and power I--_II-I.IIII~ _" II"" 54"61 Lundtn Johnson, tires and tubes --II"_"I~_ ~I 423 99 Lesselyong Hardware Co, hardware supplies I 123 51 Linde Air Products Co, union carbide , I-_II 9*30 Marenisco Telephone Co. telephone rental II I_ I 5*30 Michigan Power Shovel Co, shovel repairs -- " ift"9n Soo Line Railway, freight III"""""! "" 4 40 Michela Company, coal and lumber ,, 192"71 Michigan Bell Telephone, telephone toll I--IIIII " 76*90 Marshal] Wells Co, hardware supplies Mathison Tire Co, recapping tires c» en W. S. Nott Co, belting IIIIIIIIIII ~ I"" 308 79 News Record Printing Co, office supplies ~~I~~I ~~I~I_~ 27~75 Northwest Engineering Co, shovel _ ~ 41*90 Irwin J. Neault, Walter parts , " I I"~ 632*5K O. K. Auto -Parts, truck and auto parts II-II 34387 Photostat Corporation, photostat supplies"III.I'I 7270 Paper Calmenson Co, shoe steel III ~~ 75 32 John Pritzlatt Hardware Co, hardware supplies S6 11 Peters Hemkes, oxygen and truck repairs 2t'zi Paramount Supplies, electrical supplies il i» ReedBburfe Hardware Co, tire chains Ill 36456 Theo. B. Robertson Products Co, toilet supplies I Q ' R R Rotary Snow Plow Co, plow repairs ~ ql"?! George St. John, dynamite _ _ _ _ : li'i-n South Side Service Station, gas III ,B ,,, Michigan State Highway Department, mapa " en Paul Sauter Co, plywood ; __ -.,·?, M. Selln, miscelaneous hardware"!!"^ iJ'no Summit Oil Co, oil 14.08 Sherwln Williams Co, "pafnT"!!!!!!!""""" 52 '9° Service Recorder Co, Servls recorder "' ST'^ S; *. S ^^", to Parts - truck an d auto parts IIII "" W'RO Standard Oil Co, fuel oil tt.ox Service Supply Division, crus"her"parts "" oH* Twin City Iron Wire Co, crusher parts " " ^nf United States Garage Co, steam roller oo Upper Michigan Trailer Sales, truck parts II Kf ,o Wise. Mich. Power Co, electricity ' i"ii Western Union, telegraph ·*" Wausau Iron Works, plow repairs 9 *'"i| Western Iron Stores Co, roller chains '· ot'J!! ·--" SMony Vacuum Oil Co, fuel" oTl'IIIIIIIIIIIII ?«'« and auto Merchants Chemical Co Olson S: Bergquist Co " * ~ P. Oberlander Pengelly X-Ra. J. A. Minfcin Co. II *4s"oo! "' J. A, Fillman Co. 17' ' '*' Peoples Oil Co. S6 S1 1 erson, William Johnson, Ben Gold 4 , 9 man, liaymond K. Garrey, E. ciar- S.55 ^ Johnson and W. W. Woodward .45, Chamuan of toe Board ot Supervisors. Abseat: Sopervisor William H importance to us that fan immediate reply.. not positive that the news item de- We are Supervisors Anderson, Col- Clarence Johnson, Kuiviiien, Supervisor Baratone. 1. Out during roll call: Supervisor Wilson. 1, Amendment carried. Report of Purchasing Committee A meeting of the Purchasing Committee, held at the Courthouse on Friday, October 31, 1941 at 3:00 P.M. Present: Supervisors Edward Marauder, Chairman: Norbert P. Achatz, A. W. Colberg, George H. i-~o^i,c IUUL iue news item w a s . T , p ·mn f . n ,, IT. ,, r accurate, so, in fairness to the Com- aA.ii B ^^ ence mission, we aro asking for direct information Very truly yours. and William R. Helien. Lawyer, Johnson Apple River Mill Co. " I K. H. Kearney Co. News Record Printing Co. 9 4 0 i ..*** Present: Supervisor R, A Me- K.tS-SS^-^i Water Earfr.0! toe U.li . County Auditor j Forest Serrice. 2^26 i Porcupine Mountain Area '»s;«35^%?r^=iSLr^*"»' -· - IMUCK property Absent: None. The Board ot Supervisors had pre- wusly referred to the Purchasing Committee, with power to act, the a new Depart- the Sheriff's Depart- I ment. An invitation to bid was published In the Ironwood Daily Globe. Six Gogebic County firms submitted sealed bids in response to Ished invitation. the pub- - Peterson Nast Co. 134.63, i area . i has been of «he Hook bill, de- j referred the Porcupine iloun-1 No recent information I and h«m I , The bids consll lered by the Commit- been tee were as follows: Com-1 Lindstrom Auto Company, 444.40 Northern Drug 6oWanV"ir K S The ComiitTeerSnSeS^toTc^un i S° n £*' T4 ? N R47W ' N ° price a»wjy?-j^ w^sss^r.^^ the TTjlJnn n^»^i:»» ft _ TT in--*^« «-*. = _*_ . _ . _ ^^^^ *· WaSn-I -»-- , " ~ - - - - - - - j ---^ea^-ui^.jf _ _ _ _ _ _ -£.if t£j ~~ --*3-··»*»«%, ·*» m » . in i f n i ryoft. ««- \\T«oi i -nriT-j-Vi-^ r^ s\ » " ~ " I to Union Bottling Company S.sl in f to °- ^ich has toe bi n^de^ c^-' SSS ^ m °^ , d " ly made *»S5X ^s-:::: "I;g BSSTtrfisarsT-S iSrrFJ »-" s «'»" Lederle Laboratories _ i o" Congressaaa Hoot TMa | Pn »? =7 TM^ R Hellen ' Norbert P. Ach- i.iu _ aoo^ and Senator ate and County Auditor W. B. Fauhl to form a special Winthrop Chemical Co _ "s'se! F. C. Hayek Sons I 17'agl Petty Cash 395 7?! Payroll -.--HIIIIIIIsilstoT . e p Payroll _ _ ..... .--.---.. ....... ----------- 41. 8S _ ---------------------------- 19870, 6« GOGEBIC COUNTY ROAD COMMISSION TOTAL _________ _'-34833.84 Total Grand View Hospital Accounts Payable ----- $11590 30 Expenditure^ Jujy, September and October. 1941 FIRST DISTRICT City of Ironwood: o , . Clothing ----------- 1S1.SO Fuel --------------- 2SO 0? Wood Hauling _____ 439 75 Woods Operation ___ 90 00 Medical, M. D. ----- 1 76 .50 Medical. D. D. s. ,, Transportation _____ Other Relief ___ !?"£ tP « mients ----Medicines _ ______ . Rent i. ----------- ~ 709"so Public Utilities _____ 12.08 48.50 9 55 7 jjj) 65.78 **.53 " 97145 99 SECOND DISTRICT City of Bessemer: ------------- $2726.95 Clothing --------- aas,^ Fuel -------------- 235 OT Wood Hauling ______ 117.00 Woods Operation __ 394 20 M*" 0 * 1 ' M. D. --- 235.75 Medical. D . D . S __ 49 w Transportation" ___ 3 55 . Cash Payments __ 129 03 Medicines _ -------- Nnrse _ ___________ SevrinK Project --- 1 Rent _ __________ j4j 75 Surplus CoounoditJe«I n'.K Aide _ lt.cs M ° f advocated sp Fishing here- the establishment r fo r one montfe to toe Conservation Department a reply has would H has no snca authority ° f the John Sabol and State Legislature.' Cisco take Level subcommittee to negotiate for the purchase of the said land. The aubcommitee will render a report at a later . meeting of the Conservation Committee Presqoe Isle Roadside Timber The Committee took under consideration the fact that the Road Commission has purchased right of way 4)nri vun .1 r.E .3.. 11 t- _ . _ J the new TM . l der net price - including"" parcel," trade-in __ 4flo fln *" "· ' Point Motor Sales?" PontiTc deluxe Torpedo Six, with heater, net price, including trade-in S90 00 Gogebic Auto Co, Plymouth Spec. Deluxe two door sedan (with heater), net price, Including trade-in ,, 675 flo Burns Chevrolet Co, Chevro- 510.00 for in Wakefleld to prereat illegal of the water level on toe take Gogebie Level and roadside timber Presque Isle Road for which it has not ibeen reimbursed. As part reimbursement on motion by Kuivinen, supported by Wm. Johnson, and duly carried, it was voted to recommend to the *.. ' JS^nn Ot Su P erv 'sors that the sum of the J4.000.00 be transferred from, the General Fund of the County to the Road and Park Fund. Respectfully submitted, Conservation Committee, by Norbert p. Achau, Chairman. William Johnson. Ben Goldman, William A. Kravinen, George W. Sanderson, E. Clarence Johnson, W. B. Fauhl ConnU Auditor. Thei above reports of the Conservation Committee were presented to the Board of Snpervisors, and It was moved by Supervisor Achatz, supported by Supervisor Kuivinen that they be adopted and incorporated into the level ance of toe Court RespectfaOr Conwrratio. Goldman, Nor- Georse . Woodward, meeting. Motion minutes of this carried. Communication OB Bond Fall* Con- trover*? Department of Conservation Lansing Mr. W. B. Fauhl GoBeblc County Auditor Bessemer. Michigan »e*r Mr. FaolU: In the absence of Director Hoffmw- let Master Deluxe Town Sedan, net price,' Including trade Cloon Motor (_o,~~Spec7aT Deluxe 2-door Plymouth Sedan net price. Including trade-in 584.00 After due discussion and consideration of the needs of tho Department on motion duly made, supported and carried, it Deluxe B ^ T0ted to P ur chase for Department a 1942 Ford Tudor, e cylinder, 90 H P a " black - wlth m a vy duty cushions, at a net cost to the County of $455.00, from the Lindstrom Auto Sales, of Ironwood, with a o£i ^ ? r heater and defrosters to be added at extra costs. The meeting was "then adjourned. -!,,* , , submitted, Purchasing Committee, By Edward W. B. Fauhl, County Auditor. report of the Purchasing f Was » rcs ^t«d to tb! of Supervisors and it was moved by Supervisor Lawyer, supported £L S E P6r ! l80r ^Wloock- that the re · Port be adopted and Incorportaed Into toe mmuteg of this meeting. ,u Oll . calle d with the following re- Johnson,, Johhfton, Kelly, JUwyer. Lurmore, Marandw, ney, Sanderson, Stenholm, cock, miaon. Woodward. 22. (ContiiiiMd en Pm* «). '^^^l^^^i^^^S^;^.^^^^ .-ifet-is*ife Siisr^ife;^ ^^-^: i · i;

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