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March 24, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

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§*-·· MASON CITY'GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 24 · 1937 FIFTEEN ·1 NEWS AND VIEWS OF INTEREST TO FARMERS FARMERS MAY GET NEW TREES 'Woodlots Available Under . Provisions of Federal Clarke-McNary Act. Farmers who wish to establish woodlots or check gully erosion which is eating away valuable farm land may obtain tree seedlings from the forestry department nursery at Iowa State college at the cost of digging, packing and freight, Andrew N. Olson, county agent, announced. According to word received from Guy R. Ramsey, extension forester, those trees are available under the provisions of the federal Clarke-McNary act for educational and demonstration purposes. Farmers must sign an agreement to not resell or give away the trees and to use them only for reforestation, woodlot or erosion control purposes. He also agrees io protect the plantings from livestock. Orders may be placed through Mr. Olson. The agreement must be signed and approved by the forestry department at Ames before the trees are shipped. To Check Erosion. Some Cerro Gordo county farmers have inquired about the possibility of using trees to check ·erosion, Mr. Olson said. In some cases gullies on wasteland are cut- .ting back into good farm land. The best method of checking such erosion is to plant trees in the gully and around its head and to seed it to grass. Plantings in gullies or woodlots will later provide valuable posts or lumber for use on the farm or for sale, in addition to supplying fuel. Many farmers wil! profit by establishing tree plantings on waste land, bluffs anc ·steep slopes. Black locust seedlings are available from the state nursery a WANTED HIDES and FURS Carl Stein 111 6th S. W. Phone 470 Breathes And Massages That's what farmers say who have fried out the new Boyt Air-Cushion Collar, the Humane Collar. Prices Begin at $3.95 High Grade 5 Tine Fork with strap ferrule and selected handle for only $1.35 100 ft. Heavy Galvanized' Wire for Clothesline 39o Meats foot Oil Compound. Sealed in 1 gallon cans. Limited time only 98c HUDSON BROODERS and Feeders. Complete line of Hudson Poultry Supplies. NESS Co Landscaping Makes Difference : · - . - \ ~ k ^L!M9l ·"· \ WILL SEEK TO IMPROVE HOGS Program for 13 Corn Belt States to Be Set Up at Ames. WASHINGTON, (IP)--The agriculture department announced Wednesday a swine improvement program will be developed for 13 corn belt states under direction of a regional research laboratory at Ames, Iowa. Officials said $30,000 lias been tentatively allotted for the rest of this fiscal year to start the program, which aims at co-ordinating federal and state experiments in application of swine breeding methods. Dr. W. A. Craft, who came to the bureau of animal industry a year ago from Oklahoma State college at Stillwater, has been selected to head the laboratory. Dr. J. L. Lush will serve as Iowa State college's agricultural experiment station representative on the committee, comprised of representatives of state experi-- ment stations, which will -work with Dr. Craft in outlining and co-ordinating the swine fescarch projects. Hurley Home Mothers Club Holds Meeting The Hurley Home Mothers' club met with Mrs. Ed Bergman. The leader, Mrs. Avise, presented lesson No. 1 which was a menu prepared and served to the members and guests. The men who came for their wives enjoyed the menu as much as the members. The next meeting will be held at the Andrew Miller home. Mrs. Loux Succumbs. EAGLE GHOVE--Mrs, Solome Louise Loux, 74, widow, died at the Lutheran hospital in Fox-t Dodge Monday. Funeral services will be held at the French church, .east of Woolstock, Thursday, in charge ot the Rev. T. J. Severtson of Eagle Grove. Team Sold for $420 Eventually Brought $1,500, Story Says NEW HAMPTON--The old story of the horse being replaced by the automobile came back dramatically Tuesday to members of the New Hampton city council. Five of the six members last spring voted to replace the city team with a truck. F. W. Brown, retired private banker, objected. B u t the other m e m b e r s of the council told him that he was too old fashioned and that they were offered $420 for the team. This seemed absurd to Mr. Brown who felt that the team of matched Belgians which weigh more than 3,600 pounds, should bring at least twice that much. But five members can always rule when a group is composed of six. Tuesday Mr. Brown was proudly displaying the front cover of a national blacksmiths' magazine. Pictured among t h e 12 borses hitched to a brewery wagon were the two horses that the city council sold last spring for §420. An article on the inside told of the team being bought for §1,- 500 from the horse buyer who purchased them fiom the automobile dealer at New Hampton. Refunding Bonds Sold. WATERLOO, (#)--A $G5,000 issue of Black Hawk county road refunding bonds was sold to the National Bank of Waterloo for 2A per cent, with a premium of $505. It is difficult to keep an accurate check, but today it must be the rebels' turn to drive the government forces back in Spain.-Wichita (Kan.,) Eagle. $35,000 in Hardin Road Bonds Bought IOWA FALLS -- A $35,000 primary road refunding bond wa* issued Monday for Hardin county roads. The Security state bank oC Radcliffe, la., was the high bidder. Bonds are to bear 2'/4 per cent interest. The successful bidder paid a premium of $102. Of these bonds $15,000 will become due in 1045. The remaining $20,000 will be due the following year, 1946. Other bidders were: Carleton D. Beh company, Des ' Moinss; Wheelock and Cummins, Des Moines; Iowa Dos Moines National Bank, Des Moines; and Kalsey, Stuart and company of Chicago. Baseball has shot up to needing five-eighths of a morning page already, though they're only lobbing the ball over, so far.--Boston Globe. Notice of Hearing on Proposed Budget and Appropriation Ordinance Landscaping; maile a different place out of the W. Van Bloom farm near Dayton, Iowa. The picture represents the improvement made in five years. After the yard had been fenced and seeded to blucgrass, shrubs and flowers were planted in 1930 and 1931. A plan was carefully drawn and the farmstead was made a demonstration project in co-operation with the Farm bureau and Iowa extension service. Norman Morris, extension landscape architect, says the cash outlay for landscape materials and walks was only about 530, As a result of the interest shown by the Van Blooms 'the landlord lowered the rent during the depression, closed in the porch and gave, a Ions term lease. Seen Through a Windshield --By A. P. Notice is hereby Riven that the City Council of the City of Mason City. Iowa, will hold n public healing in the Council Room. City Kail, in said Cily, at 9 n. m, on the 12th day ot April, 1017. on the following proposed budget and Appropriation Ordinance for the period o£ April 1, 1937, lo March 31, 1938. An Ordinance Proposing the Budget and Making Appropriations for the Expenditures for ttm City of Mason City for the Fiscal Year Beginning April 1 1937 and ending March 3L. 1933. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL. OB' THE CITY OF MASON CITY IOWA: Section 1. That the Budget Is proposed and estimated revenues In the various funds are hereby appropriated for the payment o£ such expenditures as arc properly chargeable to such funds during the fiscal year, April 1, 1337, to March si, 1938, as follow?: Section 2. GENERAL FUND Estimated Receipts (Corporation, Grading, Improvement and Sewer Levies 5.75 Mills) A. Corporation Fund Police Court Fines and Fees , ,.,5 0,000.00 Licenses fl.OPD.OO Departmental Fees 3,000.00 Cigarette Licenses 0,500.00 Beer Permits 14.000.00 Taxes 4B,16(5,50 Estimated Balance March 31, 1937 25,000.00 B. Grading Fund , Primary Road Maintenance , 5 3,1ftL.50 Poll Taxes ; fi.000.00 Taxes 22,810.50 1.75 a thousand and ash, jack line, white elm and soft maple at ;2 a thousand. May Earn Payment. Mr. Olson also emphasized the act that farmers participating in he 1937 agricultural conservation program may earn soil building ayments at the rate of $7.50 an acre for planting and protecting rees for forest or woodlot pur- oses. To collect this payment, lowever, the county committee must approve and designate in writing the areas on which the tree plantings are to be made. Further information about use of tree planting to earn soil build- ng payments under the farm program, or the ordering of the trees :rom the state nursery may be ob- ;ained from the Farm Bureau office. Plan Jersey Show. HAMPTON--A meeting of Jersey breeders of north central Iowa was held at the Coonley hotel Tuesday with Floyd Johnson of [owa State college as speaker. Plans were made for a show next :ummer. Fred Paullus is local chairman of the association. Sale Dates Claimed Notice: A list or Sale Dates Claimed will be printed each Wednesday on the Farm Paee. There is no charge for this service, and you are invited to make use of H. Just mail the date of your sale, the time and place, and your name to the Globe- Gazetie, attention J. B. Scaton, Mason City, Iowa. March 25--12:30 p. m.--Albin Hoydar Public Sale, located Vi mile south and 3 miles east of Kcnsett. J. M. Robertson, Auctioneer. March 2B--12:30 p. m.--Ka- ntuvha. S a l e s Pavilion, Market Day Sale. Kanawha, Iowa. H. Brummund, Auctioneer and Manager. March 26--11 a. m., Oswald Strand Horse Sale, Manly, Iowa. J. R. Dorsey, Fred Rowan and Carl Sheimo, Auctioneers. March 26--12:30 p. m.--Clear Lake Auction Co., Livestock Auction, sales pavilion, Clear Lake. March 27--12:30 p. m.--Clear Lake Grain Co., Sale of Horses, at office location. Auctioneers, O r a Bayless and Jack Dorsey. March 27--1 p. m.--Marvel Sales Co., Livestock Auction, Webster City, Iowa. March 30--1 p. m.-- Marvel Sales Co.; Horse and Mule Auction, W e b s t e r City, Iowa. March 31--11 a. m.--W. J. Murphy Sales Corp., Livestock Sale, Charles City, Iowa. March 31 -- 11:30 a. m.--· Lund Sales Stables, Horse Sale, on Highway No. 18, just east of Mason City. March 31--1 p. m.--Marvel Sales Co., Livestock Auction, Webster City, Iowa. April 1--11:30 a. m.--Lund Sales Stables, Cattle, Hog and Sheep Sale, on Highway No. 18, just east of Mason City. April 1--12 a. m.--Garner Sales Co., Inc., Sales Pavilion at Highways No. 18 and 60. PULSE OF THE FARM By ARTHUR PICKFORD On this first day of spring it seems a long time to corn plant- ng time; but it will be" here almost before we realize it. I have been looking over the printed report of the Cerro Gordo corn contest for 1923, the first effort that was ever made here to find out the general yield of corn in the county and the causes of :he difference. Yields of corn in the 181 entrant fields varied from 90.81 bushels to 24.24 bushels. " Three kernels in a hill multiplied by the hills an acre was used to determine the stand. Three 100 hill rows, in representative parts of the field, were taken and bearing stalks and barren stalks were counted. Moisture shrinkage was taken note of. The amount of labor in growing the crop did not vary to any great extent; but the results were surprising. Why the DifCcrencc. The number of bearing stalks varied -from 10,412 to 3,450 an acre. The per cent of barren stalks was 47.35 per cent in the worst field and 6.21 per cent in the best. However, the high yield came from several causes and this is its record. Stand 99.11 per cent, barren 13.45 per cent, hills an acre 4,036, bearing stalks 10,386, moisture 22.8 per cent, yield reduced.to 15 per cent moisture 90.81 bushels. Moral: Plant corn of good type that will grow. --Roughest piece of gravel road, except some in Mason City, is in the first mile north of Nora Springs. Hard on springs and tempers. --Habit of dimming headlights on I meeting cars is growing--just common courtesy. Shows your breeding. --Hundreds of stranded ice cakes in pastures and caught in timber and brush and marking unusual height of rivers in this feeder region of the big rivers. --General feeling of expectancy and nervous tension among farmers as the official opening day of spi-ing (March 21) appears; and rough guesses made as to whether it will be early or late. The almanac says "full moon on March 26,"--or does that make any difference? --Half dozen kite flyers enjoying the first day oC spring on hillside near Taylor bridge. Animated discussion at to merits ot four corner type as compared with six cornered, but both flying fine. --Trees along the Winnebago girdled by ice cakes durinTM · spring freshet and cakes marking height of flood water. --Field of rye near Portland, emerging fresh and green from under its winter snow blanket. --Dozens of country farm driveways not navigable since the snowbanks arc dissolving. --Perennial and ancient skipping rope seen at every schoolhouse and good for ebullient spirits o£ youth and excellent as a leg developer. --Main country roads in better condition on March 21 than for many years. Will there be the usual frost boils in the usual places? Two meadow larks announcing the advent of spring. J. M. "Jack" Robertson AUCTIONEER Specialty is Purebred Livestock and Farm Sales. PHONE 2019 MASON CITS Special Beef Sale FRONT f\ QUARTERS }JC.. BEEF ROAST .. lOc RIB BOIL. 8c HAMBURGER or SAUSAGE.. 8c 5 Ibs. BACON, SLICED 80c EASTER HAMS, pound \Vc smoke meat for farmers, make the sausage, and sell casings. G. Grupp ·101 South Federal Ave. Farmers Who Pooled Wool Got Higher Prices AMES--Farmers pooling their wool with the Iowa Sheep and Wool Growers' association, have received an average o£ 5 cents more a pound during the last 7 years than markets offered at sheering time, says C. W. McDonald, Iowa State College extension animal husbandman in "Marketing the Iowa Wool Clip," McDonald points out, farmers received from 2 to 13 cents more a pound by pooling their wool with the association. "Only twice in the 7- year period did the co-operatively marketed wool bring less than was offered locally at shearing time." Mr. McDonald is now on a 3- months furlough from the extension service as field man with the Iowa Sheep and Wool Growers association. Copies of the circular may be obtained from the extension service or from the association in Des Moines. MAW'S SPRING HAT Maw has the same old bonnet That she wore last spring, And many a spring before that, The same old thread-bare thing; The same ribbons came from Maud's old hat, The flowers belonged to Sue, And Kate "whacked" the old lid Into shape 'Cause anything would do. Maw, she goes so seldom That it is not worth while To buy anything expensive And she doesn't care for "style." So every Kaster Dad forks out His coin like April rain For our girls' hats, while poor Maw gets Her old one trimmed again! --A. E. Harry in Farm Life Gets 7 Year Term. ' DES MOINES, (/P)--It took » district court jury only 11 minutes to, decide on the guilt oE Hay Shepherd, Negrn, charges with obtaining money by fal.se pretenses, and he was immediately sentenced to seven years in the state penitentiary. 2,200,00 1,700 .fin C. Improvement Fund . Taxes , ....$ 1,H15,on D. Sewer Maintenance Fund Taxes $ 32,200,0(1 Total Estimated Receipts ^ . , . APPROPRIATION'S A. Corporation or General Fund 1. General Government Salaries--Manager, Clerk, Auditor, Stenographers, Attorney, Treasurer. Building Commissioner, Publishing and Elections, Inspections and Board of Review $ 14,000,00 Office Supplies, etc 2,500,00 Total General Government $ 1G.5GQ.CO 2, Police Department Salaries-- Including Police Judge $ 39.000.0rt Traffic Control ...: RQO.OO Motor Patrols 3,000 00 Police Station nnd Jail 1,300,Dd Telephone, Telegraph, Signal System 1,100.00 New Equipment. l,20Q,on Miscellaneous Supplies .,.,, 1,300.00 Ax-atlablc for expenses prop-fly chargeable,... 3,400,00 Total Police Department ,.? 52,OQO.oo 3. Health Department Salaries--Director, Bacteriologist and Inspector $ 4,3Ro.oo Supplies Motor Supplies Repairs and Maintenance Distribution Miscellaneous ., soo.nn 375.00 150.00 400.00 105.00 Isolation Hospital--Superintendent and Helper. . Lfghf and Heat Supplies , Telephone Repairs nnd M a i n t e n a n c e Miscellaneous ,.. 5,800.00 1,130.00 600.00 275.00 fiO.GO 3(10.00 50.00 City Ntir.sc,^ Office--Motor Supplies ,, .$ Garage Rent 2,415.00 225.00 fiO.OO 205.00 Tola! Health Department S 8,500.00 Cily Hall Salaries--Janitor, Telephone O p e r a t o r .$ I.BQO.flO Heal ,, 1,0(10.00 4fiO.Kl 250.00 400.0(1 500.00 Telephones Repairs and Maintenance Supplies Office Supplies Tot.il Cily Hall ,..,,..$ 5,000.00 5. Scale House Salary--Vfeigninaster $ floo.oo Scale Fee and Supplies 50.00 Lighting and Heating , 200.00 Repairs nnd Maintenance 50.00 Total Scale Tloitse 6. Engineering Department Salaries--Engineer and Assistant Supplies , Motor Equipment Supplies , Miscellaneous , , , , , 1,200.00 4,500.00 400,00 150.00 450.00 5.500.00 Totfll Engineering Department , $ 7. Elections, Publications, Planning Commission, Insurance, etc, ,,....'.: $ 3,500.00 B, General--Repayment oE Loan and Expenses properly chargeable to this F u n d $ 1M66.50 Total Corporation Fund B. Grading F u n d Salaries and Wages ' « J 15.000.00 Maintenance of Operating E q u i p m e n t ............. 4,000.00 New Motor Equipment S.riOO.OO Maintenance of Teams 600.00 Available for Expenses properly chargeable to Ihis Fund fi.000.00 C. Improvement Fund Interest on Bonds .? 315.00 Pavement Repairs ;...,,,...,,. fi.nnn.no Curb replacements and Walk repairs l.nOO.OO D. Sewer Maintenance I. Disposal Plant Repairs to Plant 5 lfi.200.00 Salaries 2,-ioo.oo Power and Light , 2,200.00 Supplies and Repairs 1.400.00 Total Disposal Plsnt , ,.$ 22,200.00 2. Maintenance of Sewers ,,.$ S,000,00 ,t. Construction of Storm Sewer $ 5,000.00 TOTAL CONSOLIDATED LIGHT FUND Receipts From 3.2.1 Mill 1.cvy From .5 Mill Levy Less e s t i m a t e d O v e r d r a f t March 31, 1J137 ..$ 21,800.00 l r fiDOvOO 3,800.00 A p p r o p r i a t e d and Alleys t lff,5M.oo From ..T Mill LfM'y Estimated Balance March 31, 1937 G A R B A G E FUND Receipts 9,tmn.im i, soo.no Incinerator Plant -Collections-- Contract Cily Dumps A v a i l a b l e for Expenses Funrt ..... Appropriated ind Supplies .......... .,% properly chargeable 10 this 250,00 fi.ono.oo 2,000.00 FIRE MAINTENANCE FUND Receipts From 2.39B Mill Levy ,$-14,700.00 Estimated Balance March 31, 1937 4,000.00 Appropriated Salaries and Wages , .? 43.BOO.OO Maintenance of Equipment Station Maintenance , Laundry Medical Services I-......,..,.,,,,,,...... Insurance, Supplies, etc. '. Available for Expenses properly chargeable Fund , 1,000.00 1,300.00 250.00 150.00 ROO.OO I.400.HI) FIR3 EQUIPMENT FUND Receipts From .203 MM1 T.cvy ? 5.500.00 Estimated Balance March 31, 1037 200(10 New Equipment Appropriated 5,700.00 lEssssga^^ ^^^3^^^j?^^ff^- j ^^^^^^- ^iSZfgjigjZ;. · . ' . lv . : · · . . . · · . . ' ' ''. ESSfeSS^^ '- -,, ^ aaaaigJBiaassasagsE^a^a^ , - y , 7,815.00 32,200,00 PA UK B u c e i n l s From .IR7 Mill Levy Estimated BnJance March 31, 1037 A p p r o p r i a t e d Salaries ami Wages Material and Supplies " New Construction i. !..*...*,* Available for Permanent ^Improvements BRIDGE FUND Receipts Jrom .740 Mill Levy $ 1350000 Estimated Balance March 31, 1337 [ i.'aoO.oo * - Appropriated To maintenance of present bridges and, new conslruc- t i o n · '.$ 15,300,00 Section 9. MUNICIPAL BAND Receipts From .203 Mill Levy s Estimated Balance March 3], 1037 .' ? 11,300,00 5,100.00 2,500.00 Summer Concerts Director's Salary Miscellaneous Supplies Appropriated Available for Expenses property chargeable" to" this r und ,,, 5,500,000 Rtm.oo 350.00 ¥182,631.50 Section 10. COMFORT STATION Receipts 125 Mill Levy ; 2,300.00 Appropriated S J, 320.00 soii.oo ····· 4BO.OO Salaries and Wages . Light, Power, Heat . Supplies and Repairs From 1.2S Mill Levy Interest on Sccuridcs LIBRARY FUND Receipts ...; 23,Aoo.on 300.00 Fines and Fees ., .".,... J,".",",....",.'." 1,200,00 Appropriated To Library Board 5 25,000,00 Section 12. WATER WORKS Receipts From .514 Mill Levy Sale o£ Water !.!.!!!!'.!".".IIIIII!!II!!!i Mcttrs, Services, Installations, etc Material and Labor Rent, Sales Tax, etc Estimated Balance. March 31, 1037 Payment ot loan from General Fund .......... §110,666.50 7,515.00 .? n,500.oo 110,000,00 fl,200.00 1,500.00 5,600.00 49.500.00 50,000.00 , Appropriated Salaries and Wages ,,...,..,..,,....._,.., ? .10,00000 15,000.00 Bonds and Interest " Motor Equipment Malnlennncc , Meiers. Services, Other Supplies New Equipment Available for Improvements ..'.' . 25,500.00 2,500.00 8,100.01) ia.70o.oo 4,000.00 126.SHO.00 Section 13. \ WATER BOND FUND Receipts From MS Mill Levy 5 0,200.00 Appropriated Payment of Bonds and Interest . $ 9,200.00 Section 14. B R I D G E BOND FUND Receipts From .187 iVlill Levy Estimated Balance March 31, 1937 ..'....'.*.*.".*.'.".'.'., ? S.300.00 2,200.«1[ A p p r o p r i a t e d Bonds ,...,.,..., , ...,,....$ 4,000.00 Balance [ '.'..',.','.*'.'.'.','.',"I"."'.'" Section 13. GENEnAt, BOND FUND Receipts From 2.024 Mill Levy : Estimated Balance March 31, 1037 Interest on Bonds Bonds Payable Balance Appropriated Section 16. CITY HALL BOND FUND Receipts From .11B M i l l Levy ....... , ..... ____ _____ , , ...... Estimated B a l a n c e March 31, 1337 ........ .'.....»,".', Bonds P.i y able Interest Payabfe Balance ... Section 17. Appropriated 2,000.00 2,000.00 2,ooo.nn ·180.00 1,520,00 POLICEMEN'S PENSION F U N D From .118 M i l l Levy . Interest on Securities .. Deposits -- Policemen Estimated Balance March $ 2,000.00 . . ROS.OO . 250 00 .. a,ooo.OO Appropriated Pensions ............... . ..... . .......... . .............. j 3,fiOO.OO Balance ...... ........ ........,,., .......... . ........... 1,235.00 1D.5QO.OQ $ 10,500,00 10,500,00 Section IS. POLICEMEN'S HETIHEMENT FUND Receipt. 1 ! From .051 Mill Levy .$ Deposits--Policemen , Estimated Balance March 31, 1*137 ].... Appropriated" Avnitafile for Expenses properly chargeable to this nno.oo ino.oo 220.00 $ 1 ,280.00 Section IS. FIREMEN'S PENSION FUND Receipts From .118 MUI Levy , . , . . . , . , . , .............. , ......... $ 2,000.00 Interest on Securities .... ............................. 757.50 Deposits -- Firemen ............... ...................... 300.00 Estimated Balance March 31, 1037 ..... ,.......«,«,,, 2,JDf,Of) Pensions A v a i l a b l e Balance for Inveslmcnt A p p r o p r i a t e d 2,04(1.00 2,500.00 fi 17.50 Section 20. FIREMEN'S RF.TinEMENT FUND Receipts From .031 M i l l Levy $ Deposits--Firemen Estimated Balance M a r c h 31, 1037 ,.,........., 48,700.00 $ 5,700,00 5,700.00 S lii.noo.no 7.DOO.OO T.ooo.on 2,300.00 25,000.00 S 25.000.fHI $239,3 BO.00 $239,380.00 S.ZOO.Ort 9,200 .Ofl 5,500.00 4,000.00 4,000.00 I.2B(1.00 Appropriated A v a i l a b l e for Expenses properly chargcabtc to IhEs Fund $ 1,405,00 Section 21. STOFIM SEWER FUND Receipts From Government Grant ,......,..»...$ 30,000.00 Estimated Balance March 31, 1337 2,300.00 Appropriated For Storm Sewer Construction $ 32,300.00 $ 1,405,00 9 32,300.00 f 32,300.0ft Section 19. EFFECT That the provisions of this Ordinance are declared to be necessary for the operation of the various Cily f u n c t i o n s and shall be In effect ten days from nnd a f t e r Its passage and publication. Section 20, HEARING Thnt the said Budget w i l l be constderrrt by the City Council /or adoption at the City Hall at 0 n. m., April 12, 1937. Section 21. PUBLICATION T h n t this O r d i n a n c e shall be puhlishnd In Ihe Mnson City Globe-Gazette at least two week.-; prior to said date c-t hearing. Proposed this aOlh (Jay of M a r c h , IDS?. W. S. WILCOX, A. J. MARSHALL, 1C, C. BROWN, RAY E, PAULEV, L. A, DAVEY, ATTEST: R E N A B. MACK, City Clerk Councilmetv -**· 11 i aemana j^ana wan

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