MONDAY, SEPT. 11,1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, 1VJICHIGAN. Rent That Room At Once! An Ad In The Rooms And Board Section Can Do It \ PHONE 21 FOR AN AD-TAKER LUDINGTON DAILY NEWS Dally rate per line for consecutive Inlertlons: Charge Cash Three days, 3 lines $ .81 f .72 One day, 3 lines 36 .30 Advertising ordered for irregular In- icrtlons .takes the one time insertion rate; no' ad taken fpr less than basis of ihrec lines. Count six average words to the line. Chnrco jwls >vill be received by tole- phbnel^afid ?f^ p atd aU-TJhe Daily News Office within six days from the first nsertloit cash rate will be allowed. Ads ordered for three or six days and iloppod before expiration will be charged only for the number of times the ad appeared and the adjustment taadc at the rate earned. Publishers reserve the right to edit >r reject any Classified advertising copy. Rale per line for white space it the tame as a line of copy. JUST RECEIVED Big Ball Clark's O.N.T. Mercerized Crochet COTTON In colors, cream, ecru, honey beige and white. 19c ball PENNEY'S Announcements Flowers suul Mourning Goods 4 TUT FI.OWEUS—And funeral work. Tel. 672. Frank Nordlnc. 810 E. Ludington Avc. SIX-VOLT WIND CHARGER—165-amp. battery, 150-ft. wire, used 3 months, | $17.50. L. II. Crimpc, Ford Lake (near I Fountain). Personals WILL STORE PIANO—For use of It. Musi be In fairly good condition. Tel. 401 -W. SKE— The now Hparton safe Stock-Aide electric fencers, Portable and well built with twin signal lites and voltmeter. $12.95 to $19.95. II. Smcdbers & Son, Custer. YOU'LL LIKE—Our new numbers In Elgin watches lor men and women. Hamilton's, 225 S. James St. Farm and Dairy Products 56 Strayed, Losv Found 10 FOR SALE—Tomatoes, squash, potatoes. Charles Tetzloff, '•}:, ml. S. of Amber colliers. STRAYED TO MY FARM—English setter. Indiana (log license on collar. Hazlel Herges, Walhalla. Automotive ^S^^^^^^^^XN^^^»«^'VXN - >^y^^N 1 ^* AulomoDlle* for Sale 11 PEACHES FOR SALE—Prolifics and Al- berlas nrini; container. A. A. Benedict. Tel. 35-F-24, Ludinglon. Fuel, Feed. Fertilizers 3fi DRY HARD WOOD—For sale: 1 cord, $2.75; 2 cords, $5.00. Delivered. Phone 670-M. BARGAIN USED CARS—1934 V-8, 1932 Muilil-B Ford, 1930 Modcl-A Ford, 1929 Kurd; also cars for S25 and up. Urody Hros., 42S K. Dowlaml St. COR SALK—wodel-A Fords, Chcvrolcts. Plymouth*. Used cars, $20.00 up. Bar- | ton's, East Ludlngton avenue. | FOR QUICK SALE—1933 DcLuxe Chev-| 'olet with radio, in good condition, i Sinclair Service, Custer. Trailers 11A FOR SALE—Dry hard wood, $2.75 per cord. 3 cords. S7.50; stove-length hemlock edgings, 3 cord loads. $6. E. E. Olmstcad, It. 1, Ludington. Tel. 16-F-3. SACCO PLANT FOOD—For better lawns and gardens. BETHKE FEED BARN. Phone 165-W. Good Things to Eat 57 NEW HONEY NOW READY — Save money; bring own container. John M. A. Hansen. !<• mi. N. of Stiles corner. POPEYE U. 8. Patent Offico Trademark Reristere* It's in the Bag! (GET OUT ..A (OF HERE!*) WEWILLUELPYA PICKUPVERMOK1EV ;*» VJE WAKJWA BORROW A MILLIOK1 DOLLARS I AM ACCUSTOMED WELL, DON'T JUST DO WAK1T AMILLIONJ VJHAT DOVOU SUOKCHY SMITH Trademark Registered u. a. fa ten ^ oince Hands Across the ;Sea DICKIE DARE Trademark Registered U. S. Pateiii Office Hidden Assets POl/M TO HARD \ VA MEAN VJ&'KB B FOR SALE—Choire of five house trail- I ers. low priced. Call at Alstrom and | •Anderson's. Household Goods I Business Service ' Repairing — Service Stations 16 dOAD SERVICE— Day or night. For night servicf call 692. Hctka Garage, 1102 S. )I.l(llson. Tel. 860. JBJunniau Services Offered I* lOl.'R PAY ENVELOPE— May depend on ypiir eye/iic^l. Don't take chances on ' A UIIANI1 NKW—Studio couch, high quality innersprlng coiistriiclJon. Special at $27.50. W. E. READER & CO.. In CUSTER. ItARCiAIN PRICES—On good used gasoline engine washing machines, cream separators. range stoves, electric ranges, gasoline stoves. L. Mattix Store, Scottvillc. ESTATE 11EATRO1.A—-For sale. Reasonable. Nearly new. Inq. 814 E. Mclendy St. DUE TA HIT RAJPUTANA TOMORROW MOWING! JI6T WAIT Till. 6OM& KICH INDIAN, QBT6 A 6QUIHTAT THAT ^ ypiir eye/ic. ont ae cance poor gla's-ses. Chlnnery, Srottvlllr. U. DUMAS RADIO SERVICE— RCA Victor Radio. Kxpert service on any radio. 225 S. .lames St., and Scottvllle. Cleaning, Dyeing, Renovating 20 HEN'S SUITS—Drv cleaned and pressed: plain dresses, 4!lc. Ludinglon Dry Cleaners. James i Foster Sts. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE — For sale cheap. Inquire' 207" Jefferson "'St r^et. SAVE UP TO $50—On new floor sample refrigerators. 100 gal. of oil free with Norge Fastemp oil heaters. Wallace Ktiras, 210 W. Ludington Avc. Tel. G04. SUPERFLAME OIL HEATERS — $34.50 and up. Grotemat's WIFE SAVING STATION. Employment *XV^VN^>*-«^V^N^^VV^^N^ 3ieJ» TTantcd—Female 32 iIRL OR WOMAN—Wanted for general housework. One to go home nights. Apply between 3:30 and 5:30 p. m. Mrs. Robert Wayt, 307 N. James St. Jlltl. OR WOMAN WANTED—For general housework. Call 607-R or inquire at 405 W. Court St.' Hela Wanted—Male 33 SPECIAL GLIDERS—And leg levelers built into the Duo-Therm oil heater protect rugs and floors. Thermostatic control $6.50 extra. II. Smedbcrg & Son, Custer. USED SINGER SEWING MACHINES—S3 up. SPECIAI—All makes overhauled, $2.50. Done by experts. Singer Agency. 110 S. .lames St. Farm Eqmpntent FACT6, KIP, We GOr A ------ - •PERSON, THAT'S PK&TTi 6At> FINANCIAL. V^ANTA VOUK Trademark Registered TT. s. Pat.pnt nfflrr moved the same be adopted. Ky., were recent visi- Bldgs. For Rent TWO-CAR GARAGE—20x24, for rent. R-asonablc. Inq. 605 S. Washington Ave. Real Brokers in Real Estate K tors of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hensel. A new bridge at Seattle, with a main stretch more than a mile in length, will be supported by floating pontoons. FOR BARGAINS—In real estate see j Home Realty Company, First National I Bank Bldg. Phone 227-W. I FOR SALE—Good used McCormick- Duering corn binder in excellent condition. Lawrence Matdx, ^cottville. STEADY WORK —GOOD PAY—RELIABLE MAN WANTED—call on farmers. No experience or capital required. Make up to $12 a day. Write Mil. RABY, Box 102, Bay City, Mich. Help—Male and Female 34 3ANCK BAND WANTED—For local night club; piano, drums and saxophone. Darnell's Lake Shore Inn. Tel. 132-R ' for audition. Live Stock ^•'*'-''wx^'w-^>»^^xN rf -^^•» M ^^ Dogs, Cats, Other Pets 47 IOUNDS—'(', English beagle, if, bluetick, 14 mos. old, partially trained for hlmt- Ing; for sale. W. G. Stevens, Custer. Horses. Cattle, Vehicles 48 SAY GELDING—5 yrs. old, wt. about 1.600; for sale. R. R. Witte. 1 mi. W. IHvc-rton townhall; H.I. Ludington. FOR SALE— Two_extra good Guernsey cows, fresh. Rliey Yaple, R. 1, Pentwater. THOROUGHBRED "BIG HOY"—4U mos. old; also white WyandoHc pullets for sale. Herman Seidler, R. 1, Custer. Take_ The IE IRS PUMPS-WATER SYSTtHS'HAYTOOLS-OOWl KANOERS ( a. 8MKDBERQ it SON. CUSTER. Musical Merchandise 1JI40 WESTINOHOUSE— Precision-built radios on display, $10.95 to $79.95. Console and table models built for television, and record-playing attachments. New beauty, tone and quality at a very low price. II. Smcdberg &. Son, Custer. Rooms and Board Rooms—For Rent G7A FURNISHED ROOM—For lady, with or without board; also furnished 3-room apt. available Oct. 1. Inq. 301 N. Delia. Official Proceedings September 5, 1!)39 COMMISSION PP.OCEEDINGS Regular meeting of the Board of Com- 208 N. JAMES ST.—Suitable for rooming I mlssloners. held at the City Hall, Lud- house, large family or flats. Bargain in'Uon, Michigan, on Monday, Sept. .•>, for cash. Shown by appointment only. > 1P39, at 7:30 o clock P. M. ^ .. .*'.. * * . _«. . •* ' T^ «„ „ n «*- TH r. TJVitirt*« *•!•»« afftt^fnT" f:ir.V Booses tor Sale •I 84 i WHEREAS, hereby A. T. Benson, Nat'] Bank Bldg. SWAP COLUMN Ads accepted for this column will be published two times for 25 cents. Each ad must bear name and address of advertiser, They must be accompanied by cash or stamps. Ads must be brought or mailed to The News, none taken by telephone. If ads Involve exchange of labor for commodities, or vice versa, they will be placed in a special Labor Exchange department and run free of charge. BEAN PULLER—Will swap for anything 1 can use. Stanley Blal'ord, 2 mis. E. of King's corners; R. 2, Freesoil. Merchandise » I NXVNX^XN^V^>.^%^NX < \XVXN^"VX\ Articles tor Sale 51 i KOR SALE—"Ideal" lawn mower sharpener, K, h.p. electric njotor, lawn mower parts; an at a bargain. 402 N. Wil- II.Illl • 'iii '- • :r. . • : Ham. FOR SALE CHEAP—Good, strong baby 1 buggy and white crib good as new. Inq. 104 W. Dowland St. Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 74 FURNISHED THREE-ROOM — Apartment for rent. Inq. 605 S. Washington Avc. FURNISHED APARTMENT — For light housekeeping at 802 N. Pcrc Marquette St. Tel. 856-R. SIX-ROOM, UNFURNISHED—Apt., 1st floor, centrally located, all conveniences, steam heat. Inq. 208 E. Filer St. 'Houses for Rent 7-J MODERN HOUSE—For rent at 206 North Franklin street. Olmstcad & Ncwbcrg. Phone 22 or 792 evenings. CEDAR POSTS AND WOOD—Will swap for labor. William J. Hall, 609 N. Rath Ave. DRY WOOD—Or outstanding timber T,\<- mis. E. of Wannamaker's corners; will swap for cattle or hoes. Frank Knowles, R. 2, Branch. DUROC BOAR—!'/• yrs. old; will swap for a heifer. Godfrey Wagner, R. 1, Custer. GOOD HAY—Will swap for young cattle or what have you. Earl Lcavitt, 4J4 mis. N. of Custer. HOMEMADE TRAILER — And 4-whecl trailer; will swap for pigs, chickens or anything 1 can use. Gerald Stewart, R. 1, Fountain. Lower Hamlin AUCTION SALE Thursday, September 21st at 1:00 o'clock. Location: At my farm, 3'/ 2 miles North and 2'/ 2 miles Westj of Scottville, or 5 miles East and 3'/2 miles North and |/2 mile Bast of Ludington. LIVESTOCK: 2 Horses, One Colt, 6 Cows, 4 Heifers, 2 Guernsey Bulls. USUAL TERMS. . WATCH FOR OUR PULL ADVERTISEMENT IN THE DAILY NEWS ON MONDAY, SEPT. 18TH. L. MATTIX, Auctioneer. MIKE BUNDZA, SMITH & EDDY, Clerks. Mr. and Mrs. recently visited Harry Bonner with Mr. Bonner's brother, Herbert Banner, for a few days, also motored to Manistee and Honor before returning to their home in Detroit. Present His Honor the Mayor. Citv 1 Attorney, Chief of Police, Commlssion- i rrs Bertram, Schmock, Madison, Mnrks, I Hnllfr. Zeber. Johnson. Absent, Pell. Moved by Johnson and supported by i Zeber that' the minutes of the previous meetings be approved. Carried. PETITION A petition for a curb and gutter to be constructed as a WPA project on North Delia Street from Haight Street to Stray Avenue was read and referred to the City Engineer and Street Committee. FINANCE REPORT Contingent $450.00 General Street 869.57 Police 302.50 Fire 64.00 Water 471.80 Cartier Park 10.00 Park 108.49 Cortler Park 39.00 General Sewer 210.70 Sewage Disposal 175.00 Contingent 1.10 Police 35.00 Water 178.97 Cartier Park 22.00 Contingent 619.06 General Street 480.58 Police 44.57 Poor 132.00 Fire 53.7C Water 739.30 Park 20.39 Sc-wagc Disposal 271.5E Library 174.26 General Sewer 303.3: Cartier Park 4.86 Light 738.60 Moved by Johnson and supported by Madison that the report be accepted and adopted and orders drawn according to the charter. Roll call, yeas seven, Bertram, Schmock, Madison, Marks, Haller Zeber, Johnson. Nays none. Carried. An estimate of partial payment o $1,336.27 for Oscar Nelson, contractor on PWA project No. 1683F was read. Moved by Zeber and supported by Schmock that the estimate be allowed with the approval of PWA and a check drawn on the construction fund of PWA Project No. 1683F. Roll call yeas seven, Bertram. Schmock, Madison, Marks, Haller. Zeber, Johnson. Nays that it is necessary to borrow the sum of $43,000.00 In anticipation of the collection of the unpaid taxes for the proceeding fiscal years of 1935 to 1938 both inclusive, ending the last day of April of each year which at this time j amounts to $75.199.31, and which represents the taxes levied, assessed and falling due during the calendar years of 1934 to 1937, both Inclusive, and to issue its note therefore for the purpose of obtaining funds to operate the City for i the balance of the said fiscal year, and j WHEREAS, Subsection 3 of Section of Act No. 26 of the Public Acts of Michigan, 1931, as amended, authorizes he borrowing of money in anticipation f the collection of the unpaid taxes during any preceding fiscal year in the mount not to exceed 60% of such un- lald taxes if the taxes have been finally determined, and WHEREAS, all of said unpaid taxes lave been finally determined and are ow outstanding and delinquent, and WHEREAS, there arc no outstanding oans against such taxes, and WHEREAS, the sum of $43,000.00 is i8.5% of the unpaid taxes for the preceding fiscal years of 1935 to 1939, both nclusive, NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED AS FOLLOWS: That the City Treasurer be, and she s hereby authorized to make an application to the State Loan Board for, and in behalf of the City of Ludington for permission Jo borrow and issue the note of the City of Ludington in the total amount of $43,000.00 in anticipation of the collection of the unpaid taxes for the preceding fiscal years of 1935 to 1938, both inclusive, which note shall bear interest but not to exceed 6% per annum, and shall be dated September 1, 1939 nnd shall be due and payable on or before February 29, 1940. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that if permission be granted and such note be issued, that such delinquent taxes for the years 1935 to 1938. both inclusive, when collected, including the proceeds of sales for the nonpayment of taxes and proceeds ol redemption from such tax sales, shall be placed in a sinking fund for the payment of such note and if the amount in such sinking fund shall be insufficient to pay the principal and interest of such note in full when due, the amount necessary for ; SURE GOOD T' BE HOME AGIN/ I BEEN, DOWN ON ELM STREET SEEIN' ALL TH' BOysf AB JENSEN'S SHAVED OFF HIS BEARD, — GOT RED PAINT IN IT WHEN HE WUZ SPRUGIN' UP HIS BARN" AN' CAL PEEBLES' PRIZE HEIFER CHASED HIM RIGHT INTO HIS POND// ^ OH--DID YOU HEAR ABOUT MYRTLE BILCOMB5 NEW BOARDER ? cm} ^ ffi »s & none. Carried. such payment shall be advanced out of the general funds and provision shall be made on the next general tax roll for raising the amount so advanced, and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that said note be in substantially the following form: On or before February 29, 1940, for value received, the City of Ludington, Mason County. Michigan, promises to Phy to bearer at the office of the City Treasurer in said City of Ludington, the sum of $43,000.00 with interest thereon at the rate of % per annum, and for the prompt payment of this note, both principal and interest, the . . , Moved by Madison and supported | full faith, credit and resources of the by Marks that a building permit be granted to M. L. Pratt. Carried. Moved by Bertram and supported by Haller that a second hand dealer's 11- Mrs. Nail ' Braugman Of Chi- | cense be granted to Robert Johnson. cagO recently Visited Mr. and CnM oved by Bertram and supported by Mrs. Tom Peterson for a few days. Pete Halstead of uary, Ind., had the pleasure of landing a 16-pound catfish last week. Mr. and Mrs. Gavins and daughter, Lillian, have returned to their home in Toronto after spending the summer at their cottage. Mrs. Alice Hayford and Lucille Wagner are leaving for a weeks' visit with relatives and friends in Elgin, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hensel of Traverse City were week-end guests of Mr. Hensel's brother, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hensel. Pchmock that a second hand dealer's license be granted to Gerald and Estell Hendrlck. Carried. TAVERN LICENSE Moved by Schmock and supported by Haller that the application of Poullkos G. Sarres for a tavern license at 201 South James Street be approved. Carried. Moved by Madison and supported by Haller that the Mason County Fair Committee be granted the use of the street decorations during fair week providing they pay the firemen for putting up and taking down the same and they assume the responsibility of their return in good condition. Carried. RESOLUTION AT A REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF LUDINGTON, MASON COUNTY, MICHIGAN, HELD AT THE CITY HALL, ON THE STH PAY OP SEPTEMBER, 1939, AT 7:30 P. M. The" following ' was pre•**•« ««j itr-M*. TI.« mM^^^nA^. ~.v AHB luuuwmjs ACBUiULiuu wuo mo- Mi*, ana MIS. Ute Epperson Of geixted by Commissioner Haller who City of Ludington are hereby irrevocably pledged. This note is Issued in pursuance of a resolutian duly adopted by the City Commission of the City of Ludington at a meeting held at the City of Ludington on the day of Sapteniber, 1939 A. D. This note Is a tax anticipation note and Is issued pursuant to Subsection 3 of Section 1 of Act No. 26 of the Public Acts of Michigan, 1931, as amended, and is a general obligation of the City of Ludington and payable out of the sinking fund of said City, created by the payment of delinquent taxes. It is hereby certified and recited that nil acts, conditions and things required by law precedent to and In the issuance of this note, exist and have been done and performed in regular and due time and form ns required by law, and thai the total indebtedness of said City of Ludington, including this note, does not exceed any constitutional, charter or statutory limitation of tax rate or of bonded Indebtedness. In Witness Whereof the City of Ludington, Mason County, Michigan, by Us Board, of Commission has caused this note to be signed by Its Mayor and countersigned by its Clerk, and Its corporate seal to be affixed, hereto as of AT THE END OF HIS FIRST DAY HOME, AFTER SOAKING UP ALL THE ITEMS OF LOCAL INTEREST HORSEFEATHERS WAS ABOUT TO RELAX WHEN, SUDDENL^ THERE CAME A KNOCK AT THE POOR Ills day of September, A. D. 1939. City of Ludington, By Countersigned: Mayor. City Clerk. AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that if permission be granted for the sEuance of such note that the Mayor and City Clerk, be, and they are hereby, authorized to sign and execute said r.ote on behalf of the City of Ludington and cause the corporate seal of the City of Ludington to be affixed thereto, and that said note when executed be delivered to the City Treasurer for sale. The Reoclution passed August 29, 1939, authorizing the Issuance of tax anticipation notes and any other resolution heretofore enacted, the provisions which conflict with this Resolution, are hereby R. pealed. Whereupon vote was taken with the following results. Ayes 7. Nays 0. Motion carried. STATE OF MICHIGAN ) )ss. COUNTY OF MASON ) I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct copy of a resolution adopted by the City Commission of the City of Ludington, Mason County, Michigan; at Its meeting held September 5th, A. D. 1939 and spread upon the records of said Commissioners. City Clerk. Moved by Haller and supported „ by Schmock that the resolution be accepted and adopted. Roll call, yeas seven. Bertram, Schmock, Madison, Marks, Haller, Zeber, Johnson; Nays none. Carried. AT A REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF -THE CITY OF LUDINGTON, MASON COUNTY, MICH-, IGAN, HELD AT THE CITY .HALL, ON' THE 5TH DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1939, AT 7:30 P. M. The following resolution was presented by Commissioner Bertram and moved the same to be adopted. WHEREAS, on the'First Day of July 1926, the City of Ludington Issued Its general obligation bonds in the sum of $40,000 for the construction of a certain bridge located In the City 'of Ludington, the principal of which said bonds is due end payable July 1, 1946, and WHEREAS in the resolution authorizing the Issuance of said bonds, the f.um of $2,000.00 per year was authorized to be levied and assessed and placed;In a sinking fund for the retirement' of gald bonds at date of maturity, and WHEREAS a sinking fund for said bond issue in the sum of $20,000 has been deposited In the Ludington State Bank by virtue of the levy and assessment of the required amounts and WHEREAS the said sinking fund Is at the date of these presents $6,000.00 short of said required amount by virtue of the unpaid delinquent property taxes during the period of which said bond issue has been outstanding, and WHEREAS there remains unpaid the, sum of $15,349.88 delinquent taxes for the current fiscal year which said delinquent taxes are due and owing and have not been pledged for the' payment of any indebtedness. BE IT RESOLVED AS FOLLOWS: ;"Thftt there is hereby Irrevocably, >apn proprlated out of the unpaid delinquent 'tfttes for the current fiscal-.year ending April 30, 1940, the sum of $6,000 to be set aside In a sinking fund as . the amount is collected for the purpose of supplementing and making, up the. deficiencies existing in the sinking fund for the $40,000 bridge bond heretofore ssued. All collection of said unpaid current taxes are to be placed In aald sinking fund In the State Bank In the Oity of Ludington until the full amount if $6,000 has been accumulated therein and until the said sinking fund requirements for the said $40,000. bond^Jssue are fully complied with. Until-Bald sinking fund requirements have been fully complied with no collection of unpaid taxes will be used, appropriated or pledge to any other purpose whatsoever. ... Moved by Henry Bertram and;-supported by Paul Marks that the xJpre- solng resolution be adopted., 'Whereupon vote was taken wtth the foUijw- ing results. Ayes 7, nays 0. • STATE OP MICHIGAN ) \ COUNTY OF MASON , j .'>, I hereby certify that the foregolnjr Is, a true and correct copy of a resolution adopted by the City Commission ofethe City of Ludington, Mason County, MM tgan, at its meeting held SeptemWSf 1 A. D. 1939 juwTspread upon the —•" of said qoromisBlQn.era. "- '• .''/'. city :qfcri5. J| Moved by Bertram and supported ty>li Zeber that the resolution be''Wfif" 4 **' 1 -"®*' and adopted, Jtoll call, yeas seven, tram. Sohmack, Madison, Mar,k$ ler, Zeber, Johnsou. Nays none; rled.. " ' --/^ ,. vtowd hv "••ber and « 9chmopk to ad]aurn.0»g. DEAN T8'^ A'i.l!. tlVj. *!'..(., I , ia.1 *, . . iJ .. .__V 1.
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