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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 12, 1934
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A1ASOJN CITY GLOBJS-GA/lii-iii Sell Your Baby Chicks Now Through Globe-Gazette Want Ads--Phone 3800 Classified Advertising Information Fmeen centa B line nrst insertion. Ten centa a line lor each consecutive iub* ·equent Insertion. (Count Ilvo average words to the line.) Seven insertions are given COT the price "CLASSIFIED DISFLAT ADVBKTISINO to cents per column Inch each insertion. A discount ot 16 per cent will l» allowed on all clMziriea advertisements oala tor at th« tlmo of insertion'or not later than o days thereafter. All out-oMowns ads are pn.ya.bU » aa- ' All refunds on Want Ads must be cllleo tor wltnln go day« of the cancellation date of tlie order. Answer to "blind" advertisements must oe addressed to the letter stated In the ad, care of the Globe-Gaiette. Under no circumstances will the Globe-Gazette reveal the name ol thosi Inserting "blind" admrUse- "illnimum charEt for «ngle advertisement. ta cents. PHONE S800 INDEX TO CLASSIFIED Classifications are numbered according to the position In which they appear In the section. 87 Acreages ....... A.48 Agenta . ........ a Apis, for Rent .. 45 Amusements .... 7 Auto Accessories 82 Autos for Sale . ,, 79 " Auto Storage ,..A7» Autu Tracks ... 80 Auto Repairing . 81 Beauty Parlors . 16 Board, Room ... 49 Bonds ........ . .A 0 Bldg. Material! , 43 Business 1, o e »- lion ... ..... , Business Opportunities ...... 23 C a f e s , Restaurants ........ 17 Card of Tbanki 2 Chiropodists .... 13 Chiropractors ... 14 Cleaners, Dyera . 18 Cottages ........ A48 Deatb Notices ., l Dogs, Birds, Petu Educational Opportunities ... 40 Electrical service 61 Employment Service ..........A30 Farms for Sale , 50 Farms for Rent .AGO Farm Machinery 61 Florists ........ 4 Foods . - ........ A55 Funeral Director* Furs ___ ........ (Jarttge for Rent ,, Garage for Sale 39 Gardens . , ...... 41 · Gifts ..... .' ..... 60 Help W a n t id. With Inv ..... 30 Belp W a n t e d , Female ...... 31 Kelp w a n t e d , Mai* ......... W f i e l p w a n t e d , Male, Female. .A36 Side, Wool, Pure 78 Household Goods 73 Houses for Sale 47 53 1» Houses lor Rent 46 instruction 3a Insurance ...... 11 Investment 10 In Memorlam ..A 2 Job Printing ... 3u Laundries ..... Livestock lot Sale Location Wanted Lost and Found Lots tor Sale ... Machinery ...... Milk Mlso. for Sale .. Mlsc, for Rent .. Money to Loan Mortgages ..... Monuments A 4 Moving. Storage 23 Musical Instr. .. 58 Nursery Stock .. Offices lor Rent Office Equlpt, .. Osteopaths ..... Painting, Decor. Personal* . .... Photographers .. Plumbing, Htg. . Poultry, Eggs .. Radio supplies , Real Estate Wtd. Rooms for Rent 44 Sale or Trade . ,A38 Sale or Rent ...A4? Salesladies ..... 34 Salesmen 35 Seeds. Fe*da ... 28 Serv. Offered ...A33 Situation Wtd. .. 33 Stamps. Coins ..A74 Stationery ...... 71 Stocks 72 Summer Cottages 67 Swap Service ... Travel Bureau . .A 3 Trade or Excn. , 42 Upholstering .... 89 Wtd. to Borrow 77 Wtd. to Buy ... Wtd., Misc A75 Wtd. to Rent .. 76 Wearing Apparel 70 Funeral Directors 3 pendable service. 243 Fifth street S. E. Ph. 1505. PATTERSON FUNERAL HOME-A service for. those who care. Ambulance. 322 N. Wash. Ph. 1140. RANDALL Funeral Home--Ambulance service, 104 3rd St N. E. Ph. 511. C. E. Snipps. H. B. Major. Florists . 4 WHEN Tou want grass seed, shrubs, plants and selected hothouse flowers, call 55, Kemble's Greenhouse. Monuments A4 MARK every grave with a monument from Mason City Cut Stone and Mon't Co., 5M N. Monroe 7M3. Personals WANTED--SOSIEONE TO LOVE AND ADOPT NEWBORN BABE Write, giving references L-12, GLOBE-GAZETTE THE Slim woman, as well as the heavy, needs correct foundation garment. Wear a Spencer. Ph. 3856. For hardiest varieties of field and garden plants, roots and bulbs see F. Pierson, near Jay Decker Jay Decker, ready for business Plant, ready for business soon. Lost and Found hveen Mason City and Garner. Reward. Ph. 1997. LOST--Man : s wrist watch, south part city. Reward. Ph. 769. LOST--Steel end gate on 4th St. S. E. 1176. Reward. Money to Loan 8 MONEY FOB ALL PURPOSES We make cash loans up to $300 on your auto or furniture. Cars refinanced and payments reduced. HOME LOAN FINANCE CO. 2nd Floor I.O.F. Bldg. DO YOU NEED MONEV? $40 $50 $100 $200 FL'P.NITURE LOANS SALARY LOAN3 AUTO LOAN'S DIAMOND LOANS SECURITY LOAN CO. $21 1st Nat'l Bldg. Ph. 112 Money to Loan 8 FAMILY FINANCING is a problem quickly nod pleasantly solved by United Financial Service You'll be surprised how readily your needs will be supplied and how easily the repayment of your loan is made. let us explain our plans and service. United Financial Service 8 First St. N. \V., First Door West of Adams Drug Co. Phone 1414 C. E. BROOKS CO. HAS MONEY to LOAN If you want a chattel loan or a small real estate loan SEE US 12 SECOND ST. N. E. Swap Service 38 CHARACTER LOANS -- ?50 or more. $10 is cost of ?100 loan. A year to pay. 207 H N. Federal. IMMEDIATE LOANS C. L. PINE'S 24 HOCK SERVICE --on-Loans up to' $3UO.OO made anywhere In North Central Iowa on furniture, autos, diamonds, personal property. Repay from your earnings. C. L. Pine Loan Company Weir Bldg., Mason City Phone 224 Beauty Parlors 16 PERMANENT waves $1.60 to $3. Shampoo and finger wave BOc. Ph. SOU, call for Le Moderne Annex. Z12i/ 2 N. Fed. Ave. Painting, Decorating 24 GET Dan, the Paint Man. 2835W. PAPER'G., Paint'g. Klarr. 2163W. SEE J. Dahlstrom for painting ana paper-hanging. Fh. 3538J. PAPER'G., Paint'g. Stewart, 2436W. Seeds, Feeds 28 FOR SALE--Timothy seed, home grown, 7c Ib. Carroll Bros., Ph. 12F21. FOR SALE--Home grown timothy seed, with a little clover 53.50 per bu. D. J. McManus, 3 miles east of Rockwell. Phone Rockwell. FOR SALE--Medium red clover seed. Bert Rule, 1307 S. Del. Business Opportunities 29 FOR SALE--Light Hardware and Auto Supply Store in good Minnesota town. Write FRED JCLSON, Princeton, Minn. FOR SALE--15 rm. hotel with cafe and beer garden, doing nice business in good North Iowa town, that has two railroads and bus line. 30 miles to a large hotel. Very reasonable for quick sale. Old age, poor health, reason for selling. Write R- 12, Globe-Gazette. UNUSUAL Opportunity to get started in a profitable business of your own. Old established nationally known electrical appliance manufacturer, will finance live dependable individual of good character and ability, to open local store in connection with new merchandising system. $2,000 required. Successful applicant must own car and be ambitious to succeed and make money. Write for appointment. Address W- 12, Globe-Gazette. Help Wanted, Female 31 WANTED--Competent woman for general housework. Call Mrs. Sam Raizes. WANTED--Girl for general housework. Must go home nights. 932 N. Monroe. Three times or less offering a "SWAP" costs nothing. The ad must have a Globe-Gazette "key" number and the advertiser will pay 10 cents for each reply. Replies are to be called tor at the Wand Ad counter. Regular rates will be charged for every line over 3 lines, besides 10 cents for each answer. SWAP--Inboard motor boat for good rowboat with outboard motor Write KK-10, Globe-Gazette. g\VAP--Boy's nearly new bicycle for small, cheap motorcycle. Write SS-11, Globe-Gazette. Sale or Trade A3 8 FOR SALE OR TRADE--North Federal property in 700 block. Might accept M. C. or C. L. shore cottage as part. Write G-12, Globe- Gazette. ' Situation Wanted 33 WANTED--Position by experienced meat cutter. Ph. 3651. EXP. woman wishes work by hour, 25c hour. Ph. 2347. WANTED--Work on farm by exp. single man. 712 9 N. E. WANTED'--Housework by exp. girl, 20. Lovella Ballhagen, 121 2 SW. HIGHLY Respected and exp. lady wants housework in Christian home. Write C-14, Globe-Gazette. Services Offered A3 3 Sheep to Shear, Ph. 1-F11 or write Bert Closson, Rt. 3, Mason City. GUAR'D. Washings, $1. Ph. 2463W. Swap Service 38 SWAP--Close in 8 room income dwelling for small home. Give location. Write WW-11, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Model T truck, '34 license for horse, cows, corn or oats. Write VV-12, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Decoration Day orders of home made flowers for poultry. Write JJ-12, Globe-Gazette. Rooms for Rent 44 FOR RENT--2 furn. light hskpg. rms. Pri. ent. Newly dec. 109 14 N. W. FOR RENT--2 rms. slpg. or light hskg. 401 6 S. E. FOR RENT--2 rms., 1st floor, pri. bath, pri. ent. 22 3 N. W. FOR RENT--2 rms. 416 W. State. FOR RENT--3 cicely furn. IthBkpg. rooms. 638 S. Fed. FOR RENT--Slpg. rms., newly decorated. 222 1st St. N. E. FOR RENT--3 unfurn. light hskg. rms. 120 2 S. W. FOR RENT--Furn. hg. rms. 2867W. Apts. for Rent 45 FOR RENT--Nice front rm., furn. slpg. rrn. or apt., pri. ent. Close in. Ph. 3054. FOR RENT--Fur. apt. ?5 wk. 1671. FOR RENT--3 rm., furn. apt., pri. ent., bath in conn. Adults. 309 E. State. FOR RENT--5 room mod. front apt. over Sweet Shop cafe. Call 598. FOR RENT--2 rm. unfum. outside apt. Allowance part rent as janitor. Over I. G. A. FOR RENT--Unlum. apt. 14 5 NE. FOR RENT--Choice apt. Rent reasonable. Globe-Gazette apts. Ph. Mr. Wilson, 762. FOR RENT--4 rm. mod. apt. hard wood finish. 1452 N. Fed. Ph. 2414. FOR RENT---Apts., furn. or utifurn. See J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. Houses for Rent 46 FOR RENT--5 n om house, 805 North Georgia, $15. Lepper Jewelry Co. FOR RENT--Large modern home for private family. 207 East State. Phone 2777. RENT YOUR HOME from Briar List your property with Briar Buy a home from Briar. Ph. 3414. Cottages A46 FOR SALE, Rent, Trade--Clear L. cottage. Box 167, Hampton. Houses for Sale 47 FOR SALE-^55,500 mod. 8 rm. oak finish, close ta home. Will support you. W. L. Patton, 109 East State. FOR SALE--Neat 4 rm. bung., all mod., but tub, ?1900, only $50 down. Bal. like rent. East side. See J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. FOR SALE--$3,750, 7 rm. mod., oak finish home, l^i acre ground. A bargain. W. L. Patton, 109 East St. Acreage A48 FOR SALE--5 acres of timber north of Sugar Beet plant. Must be sold. Price 5400. Call Allan F. Beck, receiver Bank of Plymouth. Farms for Sale 50 FOR FARM Bargains see T. W. Gilpin, Northwood, Iowa. Farms for Rent A50 FOR~RENT--15 acres $15 mo. Kehm Land Co. Ph. 827 or 3934W eve. Livestock for Sale 52 FOR SALE--12 YEARLING POLLED HEREFORD HEIFERS A fine opportunity to start a herd in the best beef breed. F. K. BEHNE Nora Springs, Iowa FOR SALE--Shropshire ewes to lamb in April and May. Carroll Bros. Ph. 12F21. Misc. for Sale 55 face, 1st grade. 416 S Van Buren. New - Bicycles - Used Supplies, Tires and Repairs for all Bicycles, Wagons, Tricycles, Scooters, Ete. LINDQUIST'S 620 S. Federal Phone 831. FOP. SALE -- Stepping stonea, crushed rock, black dirt. 3733J. FOR SALE--Guaranteed oil lOc qt. 5 gal. SI.25 Bring container. Tri- piloil Oil Co., 421 4th S. W. Misc. for Sale 55 OIL We bought 200 barrels of Motor Oil last fall before the big advance in price. As a result of this we are still selling oil at 15c a quart. 50c a gallon. LET US CHANGE YOUR OIL Hometown Gas, Oil and Coal Co. 422 NOHTH MONROE PHONE 409 Autos for Sale 79 WE ALWAYS HAVE THE BUYS IN USED CARS 1--1929 Plymouth Sedan. Like new. 1--1929 Chevrolet Coach, Perfwt. 2--1930 Chevrolet Coaches. Extra good. 2--1928 Chevrolet Coaches. Very clean. 1--1929 Whippet 4 Coupe. See this car. 50 More Good Used Cars to Choos« From. 1--19SO Chevrolet I'/j-ton Truck. A bargain. X--1939 Chevrolet 1(4-ton Truck. Wonderful condition. MARSTON'S We Trade Open Evenings Phone 162 Misc. for Sale 55 TffiAVYMATS" SIZE 18 i/ix21 ZcEACH Tile Dry Mata are excellent for lining garages, chicken houses, coal bins, cellars, cabin walls, weatherboarding, aound proofing or Insulation. Not suited for outside surfacing or drawing use. We have over 000 which may be bought for only 2 cents each. Call Business ' Office. Globe-Gazette Foods A55 FOR SALE--COBBLERS Good eating potatoes--$1.08 a bag. EAKLS FRUIT MARKET Phone 1138 1603 S. Federal FOR SALE--Seed potatoes, first year Early Chios and Cobblers, grown from Red River Valley North Dakota. Certified seed $1.10 pe' bu. Good table potatoes 75c per bu.: bags free or lOc less without bags. T. 0. Rye Sons, I'J miles northwest Hanlontown, Iowa. FOR SALE Potatoes, good Cobblers, per 100 Ib. bag $1.35. per peck 25c; Red River Valley Early Ohlos, selected seed, 100 Ib. bag $1.75. Carrots, 10 Ibs 25c Onions, 10 Ibs 25e Grape Fruit, extra large, 6 for 29c Popcorn, sure pop, 6 Ibs 25c Gladiola Bulbs, finest mixed, 100 for 50c Apples, 5 Ibs. 25c Garden seeds, finest, in bulk or packages. All purchases must be satisfactory or money refunded. Earls Fruit Market Phone 1138 Springs 1603 S. Federal Also at Non Misc. for Rent 56 TURNffURE" STORAGE Clean and Dry Storage Room PHONE 301 Graham Furniture Store Office Equipt. 64 FOR SALE--Adding machine, cash register, addressograph, flat top desk, office chairs, show cases, etc. Gildner Bros. Garage for Sale 69 FOR SALE--Garage. Ph. 1255. Household Goods 73 FOR'SALE--Dav., chair, baby bed, kitchen cabinet. 308 W. State. FOR SALE--Steinite electric cabinet radio, cheap. 615 N. Penn. FOR SALE--Gas stove S5, 7 tube radio $10. 703 4th S. W. SALES Special, beds $1 and up; springs 75c and up; new mattresses $5.75; cots 51.50 and up. B. O. Exchange. 1408 N. Fed. Poultry, Eggs 74 23 Purebred Varieties of Baby Chicks S6.30 and Up. Brooder stoves $12.90 sold on 10 days' free trial. Reserve apace for Custom Hatching 21/2 cents per egg, hatched in all Electric Incubators with Automatic double control. STROMBERG HATCHERY Phone 356 Mason City, Iowa 401 South Federal IOWA Accredited Baby Chicks- Custom' hatching and started chicks. Phone No. 133. Certificate of Compliance No. 2126. Grady Hatchery, Rockford, Iowa. Wanted to Buy 75 HIGHEST ca3H prices paid for old gold watch cases, dental scrap. Blanchard's Jewelry. Wanted to Buy 75 WANTED--Puppy, small. 3687. WANTED--To buy, 1 or 2 large gentle mules. Write Y-12, Globe- Gazette. WANTED--Used turn., stoves and rugs. Graham 2nd hand store, next to Strand theater. Ph. 301. Wanted to Rent 76 WANTED -- To rent furnished house. Call Eastman. Ph. 1567. COUPLE Wishes to rent small apt., duplex or house. Furn. or unfurn. Write S-10, Globe-Gazette. Wanted to Borrow 77 WANTED--?2000 loan, good security. Write Y-10, Globe-Gazette. Autos for Sale 7S FOR SALE--A-l Nash '30 roadster Call 203 6 S. E. WANTED--To buy bicycle cheap. Call evenings, 1724 N. Penn. Used Car SALE Never before in the history of the automobile has it been possible for you to buy a good Used Car with only SI.00 Do\%'n--balance in 12 monthly payments. Drive that car home today and pay for it as you are paid. First monthly payment due May 15th. All you need is a good job and ?1.00 to buy that car today. 66 USED CAHS TO BE SOLD IN THE NEXT 10 DAYS With Only $1.00 Down--Balance in 12 Monthly Payments. SALE STARTS APRIL 12 1932 Ford V-8 Tudor S393 1931 Ford V-8 Tudor $275 1928 Ford V-8 Tudor $175 1929 Ford V-8 Tudor $185 1933 Ford V-8 Tudor S495 1931 Ford V-8 Coupes S285 1929 Ford Coupe SlaO 1928 Ford Coupe S100 1929 Dodge Brougham $265 1929 Essex Coach $200 1930 1'ontiac Coach $275 1931 Willys Coach S250 1928 Pontiac Coach SI 35 1931 Chevrolet Cab S250 1931 Chevrolet Coupe SI 85 19SO Ford Sedan $310 1929 Studelmker Sedan $285 1929 Ford Roadster S165 1930 Ford Pickup $235 1928 Dodge Truck S 75 1929 Ford Truck S175 1932 Ford V-8 Truck $400 1929 Chevrolet Truck $165 1930 Chevrolet Truck $200 WAGNER MOTOR CO, PENN* at FIRST ST. S. E. MASON CITY - - - IOWA Auto Trucks 80 FOR SALE--1931 Chev. long dual truck in good shape. Priced 5325. S. R. Chev. Co., Inc. GLOBE-GAZETTE'S DAILY CROSS WORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1--Decay 2--Quantities of paper 8--A grassy field 11-: The presumed ancestor or founder of a race IS--Fiery or worm 15--To hurt 16--Basso (abbr.) IS--A river In France 19--Strive earnestly 22--Masculine (abbr.) 2^--To begin existence 25--Allow 1~--Prefix meaning three 28--Competition 29--Period of time SI--Fisherman's net H--A land measure 36--A British geographer (pos.) 38--A ground-dove 40--A beverage ·11--Close fitting 44--A thoroughfare 46--To discourse or convert* with 48--Spread for drying 1 49--Refuse 50--Feminine DOWN 1--A color 2--A musical drama 3--A jutting rock .4--Railway (abbr.) 5--A small live coal 6--Long round pieces of timber on ships 7--Senior (abbr.) 8--A garland or wreath 9--Succeed 10--Devoured 12--Not old 14--Female of the dcet 1"--Pertnlnlnp tp an nm ·0--\J\Mtl :i--Standard 12--Middle 23--Pip pen 25--A prassy plain 26--Digit of foot 30--Over 32--Come In 33--Comes close 35--Revolving part ol a machin* 26--Form of run 37--Station (abbr.) 38--Rodent 39--Form of lead 42--A doctrine or system 43--Printer's measures 45--A state (abbr.) 47--An Interjection Antwtr to previous puazte Auto Trucks 80 inch wheelbase 32x6 heavy duty duals. International Motor Trucks. Ph. 20. Iowa Music Teachers Postpone Convention Usually Held in April CEDAR RAPIDS, April 12. (Bfi-- The Iowa Society of Music Teachers has postponed its annual convention, usually held this month, Paul S. Ray of doe college department of music and president of the society, announced today. "The board has decided not to hold a convention until next year, probably in the fall, in order that we may have time to plan a successful convention," Professor Ray said. One reason for the delay, Professor Ray indicated, was the difficulty in obtaining suitable concert artists, whose programs have featured previous conventions. Three Fatally Burned by Scalding Water From Steam Table SEDALIA, Mo., April 12. (.V)--A banquet became a scene of tragedy when scalding water burst from a food steam table, fatally burning Miss Mary Kahrs, Mrs. J. T. Abney and Mrs. A. G. Hausam and scalding more than 25 other women, two critically. Miss Kahrs died soon after being taken to a hospital after last night's explosion. Mrs. Hausam and Mrs. Abney died today. LEGAL NOTICE XOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF" lOW. Ccrro Gordo County, ss- To Ray I'lcltett and Etha 1'lckctt, and to whom It may concern: Yo»i are hereby notified that by virtue of special pxecution. to me directed, and Issued of the o f f i c e of the Clerk of the District Court of the State of IOWR, -within for Cerro Gordo County, upon a Judgment rendered In nald Court in favor of Fullerton Lumber Company, a corporation, and against defendants, Ray Picket! and Etha PIckett. in the sum of $293.94. the same to draw interest at the rat* of 7 per cent per annum from July 7. 1933* and *a- tfthllshed a mechanic's Hen against the equitable Interest of .ftld defendants in the premises hereinafter described and upon the parace a nd work shop thereon in the sum of S2SS,27, and Seventeen and 45-100 Dollars, costs. I have levied upon the follow- described r*al estate, to w i t : Lot Nunihrr Three (3). In B«k \Vnllc- r'* First Addition to Mnsnn City, Iowa. and that on the 30th day of April, IPS*, at 2 o'clock p. rn.. at the front door of the Court House In Mason City, Cerro Gor-lo County, Iowa, I will proceed to sell the same in satisfaction of Mid execution, together with nil leual costs arcrulnp. Dated at lh» S h e r i f f ' s office in Mason City, Iowa, this 3l£t day of March. 1934. J. M, ROBERTSON". Sheriff of Cerro Gordo County, U-vra. Hy ELSIE RAMSEY. Deputy Sheriff. L K. BOOMHOWEJl, AUorne-/. LEGAL NOTICES COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS FOR THE MONTH OF MARCH. 1954 Ileg-ular meeting of the City Councl Councilman Olson absent. Messrs. John Xelroy and F. A. Stephen son were present regarding the posslbllit of constructing a storm snwer from Wl Creek to subway on South Federal Avenu and on Fifth Street South, from Dela^var Avenue to Adams Avenue, thence north o Adam. 1 ; Avenue to Fourth Street Southwest to relieve the flood renditions. Btutlny tha Mr. Schanke had assures than that th bur could be furnished under CWA and ie City would, only be required tv furnish e materials and, tool*. The matter was ic- rred to Solicitor OlbWe to Investigate. A petition for the pairing of Hampshire venue from Third Strict N. E., to a point sproxlfnately 264 feet south. WAS presented Dr. George It- Crabb. The petition was (erred, to Manager Crofoot. Aa application for a. Claim "B" bevr per- lt wan presented by WH E. Hall, president the Denlson Club, for the sale of b*er their clubhouse. As the permit was re- ueited as of date of April 2. the permit granted, subject to final action of the ate Legislature. A request asking that bowling alleys b* moved from classification with billiard; nd pool halls, and that permission be given open on Sundays, was presented. Th« atter was referred to a committee of thfc ayor. City Manager and Chief of Police. Councilman Bums called attention to omplalnts made of the condition of the anltary sewer tt Seventh Street Northeast nd Hampshire Avenue. The Manager was itnicted to proceed to correct the condl- on. An ordinance proposing the Budget and Alclng appropriation! lor the City of Mason ity, Iowa, for the meal year, beginning lurch 19. 103*. at 8 o'clock A. M. at the duncll Room In the City Hall, as the time id place for a public hearing on aaJd pro- jj*d Budget and providing that the or- inance be published In the Mason City lobe-Gazette at least two week* prior to aid date of hearing, was presented, dfo- ussed and approved on its first reading, ubject to the final consideration on March 9. 1934. Resolution No, 2186, declaring Its inten- on to purchase certain property for airport urposee and naming the City Manager and cuuncllmcn to be appointed by the ·)r--a committee to negotiate said pur- hase, subject to further action by this ouncU--was presented, approved and dopted. Resolution No. 2167, appropriating f3, 88.20 from the newer fund to be used lu onnectlon with CWA Project No, 8, in th* onctruction of etorm sewer, T?M pre- cnted, approved and adopted. Resolution No. 2168, appropriating (3,190 rom the Sewer Fund to be used in collection with CWA Project No. 9, for flood ontrol and sanitary Improvements, was prt- ented, approved and adopted. Resolution No. 2109, appropriating from he Water Fund Jli,5l3 to be used in con- ectlon with CWA Project No. 10, for «- ension of water mains, waa presented, ftp- roved and adopted. Resolution No. 2100. appropriating from tie General Fund $3,340 to be used In con* ectlon with CWA Project No. 15, for In- taxation of traffic signal*, waa presented, approved and adopted. Resolution No. 21(11, traanferring for the use of the CWA, all tools, materials, equipment, to be used under CWA Project 23, or the trimming or City owned trees In is and parkings, was presented, ap- iroved and adopted. CITY HALL, MARCH IB, 1034 Regular adjourned meeting of the Clt) Council, Councllnien Olson and PaE eQn *- c t This being the date and time for the public hearing on the proposed Budget and Appropriation Ordinance proposed March 6, .934, the ordinance was again presented. The Library Trustees and the Librarian k «re preaent relative to their appropriation, ml wer« assured that they had not been discriminated against. There being no other objections, Ordinance No. 280 was presented, read and passed on Its second reading. The s were dispensed with and the ordinance passed on 1U third reading and adopted. C. A. Parker and Ralph S. Stanbery, rap- resenting the Mason City Cemetery Association, appeared, before the Council to request that the City donate crushed ro* lor the Improvement of the grounds nnd drives, stating the Association was a, community-non-profit shArlng organization. The matter was referred to Solicitor Dibble to investigate. MesGrn. John lleyer, L. W. Patterson ann Harvey Major, representing the funeral director*, w*re present to request the City to take over the ambulance service of tht City, stating th* funeral directors would gladly give up the service, on condition that the City purchase the Patterson ambulance, th« most modern x-ehlcle f n ' ' tR« City. Manager Crofoot stated that tha City already operated au ambulance. The matter was referred to the Manager, CounclImcn Bums and Knudson to investigate. A petition from the Home Development Company asking that the classification oJ Lots 6, 7 and S f Blocfc 4, Home Park Addition to Hason City b« changed under the Zoning Ordinance, from Class ''A" to C'a-sK "D" for the purpose of erecting thereon a brick garage, was presented by D. H. Fitz- patrlck. The name waa referred to tha City Planning Commission. The Agreement with the Cerro Gordu Emergency Relief to pay one-half of tfce office ezpnnne under CWA projectf until Feb. 15, having expired, the agreement ·«·»! extended until such time as the Manager deemed beat to discontinue aamn. J. H. McEWEK, City Clert. FISASCIA.L. STATEMENT. CITV OF MASOX CITY CASH ACCOUNTS--APBIX. 1, 1934 Cash on Hand in Bond Funds March 1. 193* Cash on Hand in Other Funds March 1, 1334 RECEIPTS FOR MARCH-Police Department--Fines and Fees $ 297.40 Police Department--Licenses 257.25 Engineer's Services 3.00 Building Permits 43.00 Inspections 30.30 Dog Licenses 381.00 Cigarette License , ...,., 25.00 Laboratory Fees , 39,00 Weighing Fees 27.75 Plumbers' Kenewl Cards ,.,, 3.00 Repairing Paving , , , , , , 15.05 Cleaning Sewers 33.60 Deposits--Firemen and Policemen 54.48 Interest on Securities 3S5.00 Securities Matured 4,000.00 Vending Machine Fees Library--Fln^F and Fees ... Sale of Water Sale of Meters, Services, «tc Work for Other City Departments Service Transfer Gas Tax Refunded Poll Taiea Taxes 6,243.74 40,067-5? Totnl Receipts EXPENDITURES FOR M (Jenfrnl Oovemmcnt: Salaries antf Waives . . . . . Telephone and Telegrams Office supplies Office Equipment Miscellaneous $ 73,202.00 .$ J,126.56 2*\0-i 40.00 64.00 72. A 0 628.58 5G9.6S 49Q.5S Protection ftf IAtr. and Properly: Police Department S 3,522.09 Fire Department 2.894,96 Miscellaneous "30.00 Health mid Sanitation: General Experss * · Sewage Disposal and Sowers ,. Garbage Disposal and Collcctione Streets: Street Lighting 5 1.976.03. Street Cleaning , 393,13 Maintenance and Cindering J7F.:,5 Removing Sno-v and Ice , , , . . 40.10 Repairing Paving .14.20 Motor Equipment Repairs and Supplies 254,OS Miscellaneous 371.74 Waterworks: Salaries and \Vagea Fuel Payment o;i Conors Supplies and Material ,........, Office Supplies Telephone Service Power find LiRht. , inslallinK Wiring Insurance , Gn5 TttX to be Refunded , Gasoline and OH 3,795.35 IA'Z.5? 7.000.00 37. IS 9.2r) 423.02 207.12 12.00 272.67 739.05 15,231.10 Independent I-'onflu: Parks Municipal Bund Com fort Station Library Bonds .Interest 507.97 46.6$ 264,17 2,230.99 Bonds Settlement i,S Injury Case Welfare Department Public Works and Kmcrgency Relict" Publicntlor.s Service Tmn«fpr Repairing Licht Posts R e f u n d s . Cash on Hand in; Fund? A,pril 1, 134 . Cash on Hand In Other Fynd5 Arc!: 1. 163* 326.14 STL 30 2,08:. S3 3. 000. 00 71.40 71. SJ 5 73,202.9* .ACK Cl'.j 1 A ail tor.

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