The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 11, 1950 · Page 12
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Upptf DIM MotftS! Tuesday, April 11, 1950 Council Minutes March 30, 1950 The City Council met in regular session, the Mayor and all cbuncilmen present. Minutes of the previous meeting approved. Building permits were granted for: A. Hagg, Nick Maharas Jr., George Stewart, John Foth, Frank Vera (3), Leo Bellock, , Eugene Robinson, Bud Nelson (2), and George Bahr. Two applications filed by Joe Bradley were tabled. A resolution was passed accepting a deed from Mrs. Elizabeth Elbert. Police Chiefs Bond was approved. Motion was carried that a charge of $227.00 for water tax be made to St. Ann's Hospital. General Appropriating Ordinance for fiscal year 1950-1951 was approved. ESTIMATED RECIPTS AND PROPOSED EXPENDITURES from AprU 1,1950 to April 1. 1951 CONSOLIDATED FUND Receipts County Treasurer ... $ 24,000.00 Fines 1,500.00 Dog Tax _ 100.00 Licenses 700.00 Street Construction Tax 10,000.00 Liquor Tax 3,000.00 Cigarette Licenses 3,000.00 Beer Licenses .*. -_ 1<100.00 Transfer from Light Fund 15,000.00 Transfer from Emergency Fund 3,000.00 Expenditures Otheft* ._ .$ 2,600.00 EMERGENCY FUND Receipts County Treasurer $ 4,000.00 Unencumbered Balance 3,400.00 Total $ 61,400.00 Expenditures Police Department Salaries 1—.—_$ 16,000.00 Car Expense 1,200.00. Other 700.00 Total $ 7,400.00 Expenditures Other $ 7,400.00 DEPOSIT FUND Receipt*. Advance ' Deposits —$ 2,000.00 Unencumbered Balance 3,000.00 Total $ 5,000.00 Expenditures Refund Deposits $ 3,000.00 SOCIAL SECURITY FUND Receipts Tax Withheld —$ 1,500.00 Expenditures Tax Remitted $ 1,500.00 SEWER RENTAL FUND Receipts Rentals ..$ 15,000.00 Expenditures Other $ 15,000.00 ELECTRIC FUND Receipts: Sale of Current $215,000.00 Unencumbered Balance _ . 65,000.00 Bonds and Other Investments 100,000.00 Total Estimated Receipts —$380,000.00 Expenditures: Administration, Gen- . eral Expense —>---$. 12,500.00 Accounting and Col- • lecting 7,500.00 Plant Operation and Maintenance . _«„*. 137,500,00 Merchandise, Jobbirig • & Cont. Material ... 20,000.00: Capital Outlay 180,000.00' Transfer 15,000.00 Other Expense 7,500.00 Total $ 17,900.00 Street Department Salaries & Labor $ 22,000.00 New Equipment 2,500.00 Other 10,000.00 Total $ 34,500.00 General Government Salaries $ 5,000.00 Other — 4,000.00 Total ...$ 9,000,00 SEWER FUND Receipts County Treasurer ... $ 6,000.00 Unencumbered Balance _ . . . 9,000.00 Total Receipts $ 15,000.00 Expenditures Maintenance $ 15,000.00 FIRE MAINTENANCE FUND Receipts County Treasurer ._.$ 6,500.00 Unencumbered Balance 2,500.00 Total $ 9,000.00 Expenditures , Maintenance $ 9.000XK) FIRE EQITIPMENT FUND Receipts County Treasurer ._.$ 3,000.00 Unencumbered Balance 1,200.00 Total $ 4,200.00 Expenditures Equipment $ 4,000.00 SEWER BOND FUND Receipts County Treasurer ...$ 9,640.00 Disbursements $ 9,640.00 LIBRARY FUND Receipts County Treasurer ...$ 8,000.00 Unencumbered Balance . 2,500.00 Total $ 10,500.00 Expenditures Other .$ 9,700.00 BAND FUND Receipts County Treasurer $ 1,000.00 Expenditures Other $ 1,000.00 PARK FUND Receipts County Treasurer $ 4,000.00 Unencumbered Balance 2,600.00 Total $ 6,600.00 Expenditures Maintenance $ 5,000.00 LIBRARY BUILDING FUND Receipts County Treasurer ...$ 3,500.00 Unencumbered Balance ' 1.000.00 Total S 4,500.00 Expenditures Other $ 3.500.00 COMFORT STATION FUND fieceints County Treasurer _..$ 1,200.00 Unencumbered Balance - 300.00 Total Estimated Expenditures $380,000,00 WATER FUND Receipts: Water Rentals $ 30.000.00 Unencumbered Balance • • • 25,000.00 Bonds and Qther Investments . 50,000.00 Total Estimated Receipts—... $105,000.00 Expenditures: : •Administration, Gen- ' eral Expense _'_: $ 4,000.00 Accounting and Collecting 4,000.00 Plant Operation and Maintenance 12,000.00 Merchandise,' Jobbing & Cont. Material — 7,500.00 Maintenance of Source of Supply 2,500.00 Capital Outlay — — 70,000.00 Other Expense 5,000.00 Total Estimated Expenditures $105,000.00 * * # A mounted street broom was purchased from the Henke Manufacturing Co;' ' df •"• Janesville, Iowa. Hutzell'e bid .for 5 desks at $110.95 each was accepted. A oroposal by the Water Tower Plant and Repair Co. of Clear Lake to paint and repair water tower in the amount of $1,617.00 was accepted. Appropriating Ordinance No. 761 was passed. ELECTRIC FUND •' L. Bellock, salary ....$ 110.75 Dailey. salary 141.72 W. Ludwig, salary .' 118.05 E. Graham, salary 121.25 P. Newsome, salary 110.75 J. Hardgrove, salary ... 114.85 H. Mathes, salary 110.75 H. Schauer, salary 97.00 W. Bowman, salary 108.82 J. Hanawalt, salary ._ 94.40 H. Stephenson, salary _. 110.75 C. Webb, salary 119.10 L. Dunn, salary 114.85 R. Hardgrove, salary .. 167.04 C. Pollard, salary 140.22, I. Kohl, salary 74.75 A. Richardson, salary .. 116.82 A. Luedtke, salary 65.65 S. Helberg, salary 59.57 Iowa State Rank, tax ._ 138.10 Soc. Sec. Fd., tax 73.51 Diesel Service Co.. oil - 6,323 89 C M. St. P. & p. Ry., fi eight 2,169.56 Socony-V a c u u in O;l Co., oil 234.64 Fulton Iron Works Co., repairs 245.87 Algona Machine Shop repairs 14.22 Norton Mach. Works., welding 3.00 Algona Laundry, service . „-- 73.95 Northland Elec. Supply : Co., material 333.62 Crescent Elec. Supply Co., material 489.02 Westinghouse Elec. Sup. Co., lamps 314.63 H. Cowan, labor & material 223.20 Algona Elec. material _. 14.57 W. Allen Mfg. Co., tools" 1—i- 2.50 H. Post, freight .... 3.44 Storm & Hopkins, gas & service .„_— 67.26 Algona Hdwe., tools & parts 15.08 G. St. John, labor 1.50 Hutzell's, supplies 5.72 N. W. Nat'l. Ins. Co., insurance 7.60 Addressograph Sales Agcy., plates 10.55 N. W. Bell Tel. Co., service 31.78 F. Norton & Son, repairs 22.31 Kossuth Motor Co., repairs 37.48 Treas. of State of Iowa, tax — 300.40 WATER FUND F. Ostrum, salary 114.80 C. Wright, salary 63.05 E. Gerber, salary 102.60 A. Hill, salary — 88.37 C. Pollard, salary 47.50 I. Kohl, salary 35.00 L. Mitchell, salary 96.42 R. Helmers, labor 17.46 J. Helmers, labor 17.46 Iowa State Bank, tax „ 24.60 Soc. Sec. Fd.. tax — j— 16.24 Neptune .Meter Co., re- . jpairs —L—.'.1—1-—- 26.95 lielghton Sup. Co., supplies 40.24 Elec. ,Light Dept., oil .. 100.00 Storm & Hopkins, gas ' &'dil '_— 1 14-73 KohlKaas Hdwe., tools . " 3.82 Algona Co-op Creamery, gas & oil 1.13 U. D. M. Pub. Co., supplies .'— :. . 6.89 M. Parrott & Sons Co., supplies '.I —. 11.41 C: Wright, refund 2.33 W. Sullivan'P. M., postage ; 55.59 Lo-well Pencil Co., supplies 4.26 Treas. of State' of Iowa, tax ——— . 82.08 Adv. Pub. Co., printing . 4.00 Brady Motor Frt., frt. .. 3.14 Funk & Deim, repairs .. 11.57 L. Fergusofl, eng. • 26.00 eoNSOUHATED FUND, '-", C. McGinnis, salary ... 127.00 A. Boekelman, salary _. 120.92 A. Weishaar, salary 110.75 M. Hinders, salary 119.05 A. Phillips, salary 92.76 N. W. Bell TeL Co., service —:.„.;_ 10.10. Auto Collision Body i Shop, repairs 5.50 Funk fr Diem, repairs __ 4.66 Clements Super Service, gas & oil „ ——. 22:96 J. Lashbrook, salary 115.00 E. Skilling, salary 90.45 P. Helmers, : salary 86.25 D Skimag. Salary —,-~ ,'•' B. Lashbtoolc salary ~.~:_ \ J. Bahr, salary --...,*__ 84.87 K. Dillofc,* salary 84.37 J. Helniers, labor _„.„ 16.49 F. Gronbach, labor 44.52 V. Scobba, labor 24.73 A. Jdooster. labor 31.50 Iowa State Bank, tax ._ 65.90 Soc,. Sec. Fd., tax 46.13 Globe Mach. & Sup. Co., Taste delight FUDGE SUNDAE ICECREAM MONTHIY fLAVOR 8 Take-Howe Treat! Total $ 1,500.00 Expenditures Maintenance $ 1500.00 SWIMMING POOL FUND Receipts Admissions S 3.000.00 Unencumbered Balance 5.700.00 Total $ 8,700.00 Expenditures Maintenance & Salaries $ 8.700.00 STORM SEWER BOND FUND Receipts County Treasurer -_.$ 3,180.00 Expenditures Bonds & Interest $ 3,18000 STREET IMPROVEMENT FUND Rec<; ipti- County Treasurer _--$ 2,200.00 Expenditures Bonds & Interest $ 2,200.00 AIRPORT BOND FUND Receipts County Treasurer .-_$ 2,900.00 Expenditures Bonds & Interest $ 2,900.00 PLAYGROUND FUND Receipts County Treasurer .__$ 1,000.00 Unencumbered Balance 1,600.00 Total $ 2.000.00 High School BAND CONCERT H. S. Auditorium FRIDAY, April 14th 8:00 P, M. Adm.— Adult 42 plus 8c tax— 50c Student— 29 plus 6c tax— 35c Res. Seats? H. S. Ticket Office Thursday & Friday—Apr. 13-14 Story elsewhere in this issue parts Iowa Central Motor Express, frt. 1^ Norton Mach. Works, parts Laing & Muckey, repairs *- Gif-enberg Auto Sup. Co., parts O. K. Rubber Welders, repairs Algona Imp. Co., repairs * Percival Motors, repair _ ' Kossuth Motor Co., repair Sinclair Ref. Co., gas — Cities Service Oil Co., gas _! Blossom Ins. Agcy., ins. --Kohlhaas Hdwe., supplies — Taylor Imp. Co., parts — Kent Motor Co., parts .. F. Norton & Son, supplies Botsford Lumber Co., supplies H. Cowan, machine labor M. Parrott & Sons Co., supplies Mid-west Service Co., 42.09 139.27 .61 70.06 8.15 ; 12.18 12,32 gas Kossuth Oil Co., oil B. Richardson, salary .. M. Jones, salary G. Sharp, salary L. Ferguson, eng. L. Ferguson, expense .. J. Herbst, fees H. Harris, fees G. Hood, fees .— L. Brown, fees r .__;.i_. E. Hutchins, fe%s -'.LI— R. Taylor, fees J. Lowe, fees 1 F. McMahon, salary Dr. J. Schutter, salary . Treas. of State, tax Buchanan Abstract Co., search M. &. W. Allison, cigarette license refund .. F. Caughey, cigarette license refund Adv. Pub. Co., supplies. U. D. M. Pub. Co., legals 90.64? 40.14 $.25 76.39 59.23 61.19 14-91 * >* 45.10 39.53 41.71 80.49 27.19 150.00 6T.SO 87.30 10.00 28.27 123.00 123.00 123.00 120.00 128.00. 114.00' 1.205.10 50.00 50.00 18.87; 10.00 18.75 18.7s' 7-3^ SEWER FUND C. Pollard, salary 27.80 L. Ferguson, snlnry 139.54 Iowa State Bank, tax -- 20.70 Soc. Sec. Fd., tax 6.76 Botsford Lumber Co., supplies '2.85 .FIRE MAINTENANCE FUND I. Kohl, salary 30.00 iAlgona Fire Co., calls .. 128.00 JTreas. of State, tax .„. 4.39 Hooker Supply Co., F mdse. 19.58 '.ST. W. Bell Tel. Co., service 6.12 K. Frankl, gas 14.57 Auto Collision Body Shop, repairs 31.25 Kohlhaas Hdwe., supplies 1.52 DEPOSIT FUND F. Livingston et al, refund 222.50 COMFORT STATION FUND Dr. F. Sawyer, rent _-._ 35.00 Kohlhaas Hdwe., supplies 4.49 SWIMMING POOL FUND Treas. of State, tax 8,38 SEWER RENTAL FUND C. Wright, refund 1.17 Adv. Pub. Co.. legals ._ 17.90 Meeting adjourned to April 3, 1950. Byron P. Richardson, Mayor Attest: Adah Richardson, City Clerk WESLEY Bernard Schrauth, Jr. went to Rochelle, 111., recently to visit his sister. Lillian, now Mrs. Dave Williams, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Tom McMahon mourn the death of a baby boy born several weeks ago. The family of five children moved to Pocahontas from Wesley several years ago. Bob Lawson and his father, Homer Lawson, left March 22 for St. Louis. Mo., to visit the Dick Lawson family several days. Bob will go on to Port Arthur, Texas, where he has accepted a position to teach radio in the Port Arthur college. Mr. and Mrs, Tow Qarman. baby of Renwlek and Mr, *M Mrs. Lou Gnrman and bawy of LIvOTrnore Wet* *ut»Ui '*< th« parental August Oarman ham* on Sunday, March 19. The Girl Srmtts postjxmwl ttvetr March 22 mooting. Too HUKfh measles. Mrs, Lee Snook -entertained N» So-etts «t her hornet Thursday March 23. Mrs. Kd Gorman. Mrs. Dunne Studer, and Mr*. Dick Newbrough are new member*! 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