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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 27, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                MasonCity News on This Page COMING EVENTS auxiliary to reS Aug Woolaroc first piano to V Iowa Ken City News Brief SATURDAY JULY 27 1929 North Iowas EWTO Ei For coal phona Kehin at SSS nan rorkel the Merkel com pany WIJ1 leave Saturday night for Chicago where he will spend I week thE of Suits cleaned and Lyons Cleaners James Pardon of low a City will arrive Sundav for a visit with Mr and Mrs yW B tasey The two families will spend 1 couple weeks at Clear Lake pressed 75c Miss Dorothy Lewis of Ottumxva s spending the weekend with Uia anckey in the Mickey cottage HL Llear Lake Miss Lewis was a sorority sister of Miss Mickey at the University of Iowa regular 58 and Sin permanent waves now only 55 o K Beauty Shop Phone 1651 Miss Anna Hurray and Miss Rathryn Murray of Bay City Mich are spending two weeks with Mr northwest of the yourself a favor 1 sLvicl Ask C F Kriz 625 M Office COUNTY OFFICERS END CONVENTION AT FORT DODGE HMsssfcsss Council Adopts Recommendations for Budget Submitted by Manager Hopkins 30 PerCent Will Go to Retire Bonds IT ID AT O State Association Jobs at Closing Session jut Mason j City will remain at the same tax levy of 66 mills and approximately 30 per cent of the total amount col lected in taxes will go for the re 4 th closing session J p Me association Attended Sleeting recorder L mond automobile clerk Robertson e L the con amedpre7ianroVthtIIcenrksWo ourts and Emil Schroeder ort secretarytreasurer debt and With the acceptance of the bud get proposed by P p Hopkins city maneer by the city council meetlnj oon in special session very little change was effected in the levies for the ensuing year and those of the past year The only changes introduced were the add tion of onehalf mill to the police pension fund and the addition 12111 tD the fire dePartment fund To balance the budget to the same figure of lash yea one mill was subtracted fromthe bridge fund The date set for the hearing of objections is Aug 13 at 1 oclock Pm which meeting will be a con tinued session of the regular meet ing Aug 6 Reasons Given for Change The reasons given by the city manager for the three changes In Chosen President Cook W A K avenue returned Fri a City where she has yen spending a week with her Daughter Elizabeth Stevens Miss otevens is attending the summer music school at Iowa City Wayside Inn Clear Lalie a special chicken dinner Sunday FlQJd TMcLaughlin and Eon Kenneth 233 Tenth street northwest returned from a trip to Des Momes Davenport and Ken lucky They will leave with Mr IcLaughlln for a motor trip to i ellowstone Wayside Inn Clear Luke scrvin a special chicken dinner Sunday The Misses Anna Mae Kinney nnt Anna Mae ODonnell both o Dougherty are spending the week end with relatives and friends in Mason City and Clear Lake Spiicial Sunday dinner Lake Shore Hotel DramgRoom Mrs Harry Hall Hostess Chicken dinner Sunday 50c 12 to and 5 to 8 Lester Cafe chose J G meg president Mrs r Greenfield se sPrt QThe treasurers earned w fatone Council Blufts president elected jPC McLean ifaioux City president and F D urer5 DeS secretarytreas ripnhnf Feirersen was chosen presi aent of city assessors Charles Mm ington of Mitchell county j of the supervisors and D B ers President of NOMflTELEnS LOCAL CARRIER Candidate for Secretary of Rural Letter Carriers Association letter of weie ine I mill tax levy for fire maintenance brings in about each year The pay roll of the department for the 19 men will be around leaving about for the maintenanct and operation of buildings and equipment This is not sufficient to properly maintain the department Receipts from interest and se curities and one per cent of salaries M e1uala the pensions now paid firemen Police pensions ex revenues by about SRlln PAnu Tl 1 WMl the LuaL till garbage fund two mill lew shal Pay for the collection and disposal or garbage and the street cleaning i he garbage costs in excess of o and the street cleaning more than absorbs the balance particu larly where heavy snow has to be moved This levy cannot be reduced ihe comfort station fund onehalf mill levy was voted by the people and cannot be changed It is barely sufficient to operate the Central fund is adminis tered by the comfort station com mission and the city has nothing to do with the fund Mason City Property Wanted Have customer with good 120 acre Cerro Gordo farm to exchange for city prop erty For further particu lars call Call KOS DALY EPIGRAMS It takes only one vote to pass a good resolution felfeCa OUUUL each year It has been neces sary to sell one security this year The hazardous character of doth of the departments alwavs carries the possibility ot a disaster which would result in the death or disablement of several men with immediate increase in pension pay ments The sensible thing to do is to gradually buildup these peasio fundsso that Interest receipts wi pension demands Th many other demands for levies a the present time may not make thi advisable now but a onehalf mil levy should be made for police nen m drafts on the securities now held Additional Bridges Needed There will be a sufficient balance nriage fund to meet all main definite need for additional bridges as fast as they can be financed y would be highly desirable to carry the one mill steadily and build them n TimrT mt levy has oecn iv mills until this year when it was reduced to one mill because a sur Ius from the preceding year to frether with this one mill was suf iclent The hand asks for the nills again The crowds at the con Should Extend Parks The park fund levy was increased from one and onehalf mills to two mills last year to permit the grad ual development of the park system one and one UP fr0m the consoIWatcl come due unTifioia Regarding the fire equlpmen lund the contract for the new truck calls for the payment of 53000 on 1 It3ry 54000 one year later anr tne balance the following year On mill will just do this and leave enough to replace old fire hose to Jteep the total footage of hose to the minimum required by the Jnsur ance bureau Garbage Costs The law contemplates that nrhaoa i All of these year where sewers are to be built will amount to around MUlage Tabled for toe var 1B29 Consolidated 19Z8 Mills 10 Grading 3 Sewer 5 I m pr ov e CLARK RETURNED TO MISSOURI PEN BY PRISON GUARD At Liberty for 11 Years After Getaway From Road Camp iTri escaping from tho Missouri penitentiary at Jeffer son City Mo left Friday night to 5 the of O M Livingston prison Morehouse to Give Sermon at Church of Christ Next Sunday Raljph Morehouse son of Mr and of Christ Sunday ttj g Bible student ir university and will deliver t hls home enver 23 5 1 7 j 2 H 5 1 2 2 Seneral bond i Vater works 5 Vater bond sinking 3 olice pensiono Bremens penion o library bulding 0 Light Bridge Fire equipment Garbage Comfort station ibrary Band r ark Jewage plant bond Bridge bond 5 1 2 2 31 Leslie Rudolph V3S Stet to the Peniten tiary from Nevada in May 1015 to serve seven and a half years fo i robbery He slipped away from a Clark was arrested several days 1V Trrif1 under 1 week a the pulpit next Sunday n and as delegate to the i0n ia the Thirtie 9onvention which Other nominations were StoSSSi i JessuP vice president Hobson Mt Pleasant Charles Reed Clarinda for convention I Crawford Iowa City to the na include Ellis Milwaukee Authorities Holding Two Men for Theft of Local Auto t u hem the fund will permit The Sec bridge built last year was no bonds manaSer to the council the following explanations of th vailous funds appear The consolidated fund Is made up of the general grading sewer and Improvement levies totaling 23 one and onehalf mills just about takes care of actual operation with little for permanent improvements It seems that with the unlimited possibilities of our parks and the general use made of them by every one that their improvement should not be neglected Bonds and interest due 193031 o sewage disposal plant bonds amoun 52700April 1 stole to hold the levy at two mills but will mean that it must be in creased to 2 mills thereafter pro inded no additional bonds aro is sued However the extension of the disposal plant at once seems in evitable and a still further Increase in this levy will be necessary after this year nJhe bonds come due 000 each year until 1938 A surplus on hand makes it possible to meet these bonds and interest with a one mill levy It cannot be reduced Need 7 Mills The general bonds now include the Expenditures Greater to be raised by Board BuVl xatlon is the same as for this ycnir f n e proposed i by local police and he charged i ne HUU come to the police station in an intoxi cated condition to report a speeder on the Rockwell road The local identification bureau under the supervision of Ray Oulman was in strumental in his identification by the state bureau at Des Moines He refused to waive extradtion The fugitive had been engaged in the restaurant business in several towns near Mason City Recently he has been in business at Rock well n J J Books for Schools nuiiua now include the udgment bonds Bonds and interest amount to about each ear ntu 3932 when they total and in 1933 Seven T year will be the minimum will meet these maturt perhaps an additional one that the income for each mill re ns constant at around on water bonds flnrf e oar healto and explain why steps had not been s jton JUUL DEBfl S P the the Winnebago river by the city Board Gave City 60 Days The state board of health rave he city 60 days in which tofifSro out a satisfactory solution to the or tna and Mrstfivens that additon to the sewage plant more JreJaym8r of sanitary sewers We could spend in the STer3 and HOYC u btarc saiu Mr 550000 provide facilities for preliminary treatment for about d nnn nt The county board of education met in the office of Mrs Pearl Ten nar county superintendent SaUu lay for the purpose annual purchase of with funds supplied by the statf The board will have 1410 to suend this year i j uue co interest ana bond payments which will tohal close to 5200000 accordingto Mr wppkma The amount raised by taiI nar county superintendent SaUi ation will approximate 5345200 I ay for the Purpose of making ipoaed expenditures will purchase of library books 23 The expenditures I witbfunds supplied bv the sfnir To41451 and 510196 i The operatingcosts of the city change accordhif cfty manager but the differ In expenditure is due to in PICNIC AT LAKE creased bond payments The F o Z club picnicked Frt report to the city dav evening at the State Park Clear indicated that Lakewlth Sarah CSoss as hostess would be required in the the picnic supper and a the addition of fahort business meeting members of works Mr Hop5SflSpaMSe ear before the state lnOne ap departments and sewage he authorities a and Rov Alhert for the theft of an Essex belonging to R C Keister 1 street northeast ih juna car was said to have been n to Clareraore Okla and to have been sold in that city Ruby Payne Burned by Dryer in Photo Company 1S 119 Ji plant all 11 lhis co cost n w afternoon by fire from a Photo company Cm ne is employed Miss vas burncd on thB n yne drver whf ttemPted to light the aryer which is operated bv She was taken to the Park hospital or treatment vhere attending phy icians say her condition is not ser May Need Other Funds e council has adopted the pol f payingfor 25 per cent of the of storm sewers The cltv program for certainirwil1 Scars fmrf P the next I unless bonds are is Any reduction in the levy wi a serious deficit next year P th t STenerallight levy am W for mills 1928 57 mills 1929 SVmills A Loan Today A Year to Pay UNITED FINANCIAL SERVICE RM HUMPHREY MGR PHONE 1414 GROUKD FLOOR MBA Kapolis Not Resident at 339 12 South Federal wno was arrested by nlght and c4 city om Possessio of In Soutl ni rcsicle3 at 11S1 South Delaware avenue instead of South Federal avenue as re corded in police records according to Sam Zahariades proprietor needed and con stantly asked for in residence sec tions Any deficit here would have For Rent in bonds come due in 1910 s hoped to be able to pay 5125 000 of these the balance to be re at a lower rate of interest One hundred and twentv V and can be paid or a i 1n theae years other issue of does not uuiy treatment gallons each day addition to the present plant ca gallons TWs Adams Block stated that Byron Green Hn metsburg arrested early a violation of city or Ot arrested at Ihc caft at B place Lhe Jn the W Cor Federal and 1st N Comfortablo dwelling very hear So per month WeirAdams Co Room 205 Weir Building Telephone 3080 or 2087 GARDNER FURNACE CO FURNACE CO Sheet Metal and Furnaces Rear P G B Bldg Phone 480 The development of Me morial Park Cemetery was planned along modern ideas Here will be lost the in equalities existing during life The rich the poor all children of One Almighty parent shall rest side by side with no elaborate mon uments to denote poverty or wealth helplessness or pow er It is the general opinion that our system of using universal grave markings is m keeping with the modern demand SELECT A LOT AT THIS TIME OFFICE ROOM 435 M B A BUILDING M 1ILE after mile she walks seeking bargains Aching feet take all tfce gusto out of shopping If you are handicapped by weak arches a corn or bun ion come to us We can give the relief you seek Clifford I Groff I S C D O LICENSED PODIATRIST OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN M B A BLDG Mason City Ia Office 2818 Residence 2323 If you find it necessary to secure all you possibly can for your dollars a DEPENDABLE Used Car will be the answer to your transportation problem J H Marston DODGE Dependable Used Cars Block South of Post Office PLYMOUTH Can the Ethiopian spots Then may ye tnat are accustomed to do evil mnot nature man is evil Md he added We can no more chaifge our Man Evil by Nature Christiansen States IaU of salvation is a Said Evangelist A O ChriaUBnwn when he spoke on the an Et an Ethiopian Chang WILLIAM HEATH DIES ON COAST Former Mason City Resident Succumbs at His Home in California William Heath president of Mason City Chamber of Commerce in 1911 and 1912 died in his home m Los Angeles a few days ago ac cording to information received bv friends here Mr Heath was manager of the Mason City branch of the Interna lonal Harvester company several years He started with the company in 1888 He was at the head of tha Los Angeles Harvester club of hun dreds of former employes who like umself came to southern California o retire He became connected with the SecurityFirst National bank at ts Hollywood and Cahuenga branch 20 years ago and at the time of hi3 death was in tho public relations department of the institution Mr Heath was born in Galea nirg III June 25 1863 He leaves us wife and a daughter Dorothy He was active in Masonic circles and was one of the organizers of the Hollywood Shrine club FORFEITED BOND8 J C Anderson Britt and Donald true forfeited bonds of 515 each by ailing to appear in police court aturday morning to answer liargcs of intoxication Free Airplane Rides Exhibition Flights Stunts Free Admission to field It Costs You And Enjoy the Afternoon Free Airport Rides Sunday Get Details at Airport Pioneer Flyers Inc Barrett Peterson MacPeak Peterson Phono Rural 61FB Piles Cured Without Surgery methods for methoc of all rectal nesmts aie better and more permanent r consultation I want to help I you so I have been i late to help Dr Cothern Specialist   

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