Ann Arbor City Council Minutes, November 05, 1928

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COMMON C O U N C I L -- N O V E M B E R 5, 1928 213

Council Ch am b er, An n Arbo r, Mich., Nov. 5, 1928.

R E G U L A R M E E T I N G Meeting called to order by P r e s -ident Woodbury.

P r e s e n t : Aid. Slauson, W u e r t h , Maulbetsch, Graf, Allm en di ng er, H a r r i s , D ra p er , Severance, Bursley, Lutz, F i s h e r , P r e s . Woodbury, 12.

A b s e n t : Aid. Bradley, K u r t h , Townley, 3. P ri n t ed p roceeding s of Oct. 15 and 23, 1928, ap pro ved.

Nov. 5, 1928. To the Ho norable, t h e Common Council. Gen tl em en: * In order io g et t h e t a x bills copied and r e a d y to be mailed out before Dec. 1st, it will req ui re t h e help of tw o e x t r a t y p i s t s , who a r e Edna Schnierle and Lila Yakley, a t seventy cents per hour each ($.70).

One of t h e above to s t a y d u ri n g t h e collection of t a x e s for t h e m o n th s of December, J a n u a r y , F e b r u a r y and March.

Very respectfully y o u rs , C H A R L E S STOLL,

A c t i n g City T r e a s u r e r . Moved by Aid. L u t z , t h a t m a t t e r be referred t o B u d g e t Comm ittee

with power to act. Adopted by following v o t e : Y e as ,

Aid. Slauson, W u e r t h , Maulbetsch, Graf, Allm en d ing er, H a r r i s , D r a - per, Severance, Bursley, Lu t z , F is he r, P r e s . Wood bury, 12. N a y s ,

none. E n t e r Aid. K u r t h .

Communication from W. R. Dr ury , relat iv e to pe tit io ns f o rm e r- ly filed r e q u e s t i n g t h e opening of Concord Road from end of the road as p l a t t e d to Hig h lan d Road, and for curb and g u t t e r on s am e h ig h - way, received and referred to S t re e t C om m ittee.

Communication from L. E. Gra i-ziger, 540 S. Seventh St., p r o t e s t - ing a g a i n s t o pening of s t r e e t alo ng his p r o p e r t y , received and r ef er red to S t r ee t Co mm ittee.

P E T I T I O N S Of Hud son Sales & Service, et ah , for s i x ty m i n u t e s ' p a r k i n g on

W a s h i n g t o n St. between Fi ft h Ave. and Division St., received and r e - ferred to Traffic C om m ittee. Of H o m e r L. H e a t h for sidewalk on we st side of H i g h l a n d Road from No. 410 to Geddes Ave. and on n o r t h side of Geddes Ave. from H i g h l a n d Road to H a r v a r d Place, received and referred to Sidewalk Co mm itt ee.

Of G. A. Peavey, for perm iss ion to sell v eg e ta b le s, etc., w i t h o u t li- cense, received and r e f e r re d to Bond and License Committe-eT^

Curb and G u t t e r P e n t i o n s Of E d w a r d J. Koch, et al., for curb and g u t t e r on Day St. b etween

W a y n e St. a nd Berks hire Ro ad ; and petitio n of R. L. Lewis, et al., for curb and g u t t e r on Vinewood Blvd. bet ween Geddes Ave. a n d Beal p r o p e r t y , received a n d r e -ferred to S t r e e t C om mi ttee.

C O M M I T T E E R E P O R T S

F i n a n c e R ep o r t C O N T I N G E N T F U N D E d w a r d W. Staebler, s a l . . $ I. G. Reynolds, s a l a r y . . .

H. W. Crippen, s a l a ry . . Geo. H. S a n d e n b u rg h , sal H. R. Scovill, s a l a r y . . . . Chas. Stoll, s a l a ry J o h n A. We s s in g er, sa l. . J o h n T. Kenny, s a l a r y .

F r e d C. P e r r y , s a l a r y . C. F . H a r t m a n , s a l a ry .

Carl A. L e h m a n , s a l a ry Owen A. Stricklen, s a l a r y T. P. Stowe, s a l a r y , J u l i u s Loh rke, s a l a r y Marcia M. Minnis, s a l a r y C lara Mast, s a l a r y , M a r g u e r i t e H a n n a n , sal. Th ero n S. Hill, s al ar y

Marion M. F re n c h , s a l a r y F r a n k Marz, sal. V2 mo. . F r e d J. Staeb , sal. Vs mo.

41.66 275.00 250.00 375.00 250.00 250.00

250.00 200.00 200.00 200.00

183.33 150.00 150.00 145.00 125.00 125.00 105.00 75.00

24.00 78.50

57.50 Con tin gen t fund t o t al s a l a ri e s $3,509.99

F I R E F U N D Ch as. A n d r e w s , s a l a r y H e n r y McLaren, s a l a r y

Ralph E d w a r d s , s a l ar y J a c o b Gwinner, s a l a ry

? 114.50 91.50

91.50 83.00

214 COMMON C O U N C I L -- N O V E M B E R 5, 1928

H e r m a n K r u s e , s a l a r y F r a n k Ma r k e y , s a l a r y .

Emi l D a m m a n , s a l a r y . E a r l Arnold, s a l a r y . . . Benj. Zahn, s a l a r y . . . H e n r y N e v ro t h , s a l a r y

A r t h u r Clark, s a l a r y Clyde Carr)enter, s a l a r y J o h n Comiskey, s a l a r y . W a l t e r F i e l d c a m p , s a l a r y

Percy Whitlock, s a l a r y E d w a r d Zeeb, s a l a r y . . Geo. Schmidt, s a l a r y . . H e n r y Kolan der, s a l a r y Al b ert Hoffman, s a l a r y E l m e r Rintz, s a l a r y Oscar Rintz, s a l a r y , E a r n s t Heller, s a l a r y

I r a N e v a r r e , s a l a r y F r a n k R y a n , s a l a r y La u r en ce C h a t t e r t o n , sal J o h n W a t e r m a n , s a l a r y Wm . Keihl, s a l a r y . . . . Carl Nevin s, s a l a r y . .

F r e d W a d h a m s , s a l a r y Harold Gaus s, s a l a r y .

Chas. Carroll, s a l a r y

83.00 78.50 78.50 78.50 78.50 78.50 78.50 78.50 78.50 78.50

78.50 78.50 78.50 78.50

78.50 78.50 78.50 78.50

78.50 78.50 78.50 78.50 78.50 78.50 78.50 72.00

45.00

F i r e F u n d , t o t a l s a la r ie s V2 mo. October . $2,464.50

P O L I C E F U N D Thos. O'Brien, s a l a r y Louis Fo hey , s a l a r y

N o r m a n Cook, s a l a r y . . . S h e r m a n Mortenso n, sal.

M. G. H o w ar d , s a l a r y . . . Chas. K a p p , s a l a r y

Irwin Keebler, s a l a r y . . . Harold Gee, s a l a r y

Benj. Ball, s a l a r y Roland W o o s te r, s a l a r y . . H e r m a n Su m a, s a l a r y . . . Oscar Weir, s a l a r y Thos. Fo hey , s a l a r y J u l i u s E h n i s , s a l a r y W a l t e r Schmid, s a l a r y . . A l b er t Heus el, s a l a r y . .. J o h n Osborn, s a l a r y Wm . Mar z, s a l a r y

H a r r y Smith , s a l a r y Clifford W es t , s a l a r y , , . .

Casper Michelson, s a l a r y W m. H i t c h i n g h a m , s a l a r y

Clark E a r l , s a l a r y Roy Richter, s a l a r y Irwin Davidson, s a l a r y , . E u g e n e G e h r i n g e r , s a l a r y

Richard B u r m a n , s a l a r y . .

$ 114.50 87.50

87.50 87.50

78.50 78.50

78.50 78.50

78.50 78.50 78.50 78.50 78.50 78.50 78.50 78.50

78.50 78.50 78.50 78.50

78.50 78.50 78.50 78.50

78.50 78.50

78.50

Clyde H a h n , s a l a r y 28.80

Police F u n d t o t a l s a l a ri e s y2month October .$2,211.30

P O O R F U N D Ed w in Ga n zh o r n , s a l a r y $ 50.00 George McCollum, s a l a r y 50.00

Po or F u n d t o t a l s a l a r i e s ? 100.00

C E M E T E R Y F U N D Geo rg e McCollum, s a l a r y $

P A R K F U N D E. A. Gallu p, s a l a r y $ E d n a Sp ieg elb erg , s a l a r y .

95.00 250.00 10.00 P a r k F u n d t o t a l s al. $ 260.00

W A T E R W O R K S F U N D Geo. S. V a n d a w a r k e r , sal.$ 270.00 Leslie J . Bush, s a l a r y . . . 250.00

Owen E. Stricklen , s a l a r y 50.00 Neil Cornell, s a l a r y 20.00 W m . Rohde, s a l a r y 20.00 J o h n Li n d e n s ch m it t , sal.. 20.00

R o b er t N o r r i s , s a l a r y . . . . 20.00

T o t a l m o n t h l y s a l ar i es $ 650.00 H a r r y Wi ls h er, s a l a r y , - - 72.50 W a ld o E i s e m a n n , s a l a r y . 75.00

F r e d Linde, s a l a r y 87.50 Lorenz F u r t h m u e l l e r , sal. 75.00

R o b ert Rowe, s a l a r y 70.00 R o b er t Yo u n g , s a l a r y . . 65.00 William Za ch m an , s a l a r y . 62.50 A. E . H a w k e s , s a l a r y , . , 70.00

C. W. S h e t t e rl y , s a l a r y . , 100.00 Donna W o od w ard , s a l a r y . 62.50 William Groves, s a l a r y , . 70.00 J. C. Ledwidge, s a l a r y . . 70.00 J o h n A r d n e r, s a l a r y . . . 62.50

T ot al s em i- m o n t h l y sal.$ 942.50 W a t e r W o r k s F u n d

t o t a l s ala ries $1,592.50

S T R E E T F U N D A. J. P a u l , s a l a r y $ 250.00 J o h n We bb e r, s a l a r y . . 100.00

E d n a Spieg elberg, s a l a r y 90.00

S t r e e t F u n d t o t a l s a l . , , $ 440.00

C O N T I N G E N T F U N D

( E n g i n e e r Dep t.) J i m Acqui, services $ 79.20 W m . A u s t i n , services 77.70

COMMON C O U N C I L -- N O V E M B E R 5, 1928 Lawrence B e t h k e, services H a r r y Caswell, s a l a r y

K. W. Donnell, services H. F e r e n z , services . . . W. S. Housel, services . V. W. McAd am, services

Willard Pon to, services W. J . R og e rs , services . F . Schmid, services Louis Scovill, services . Pete S t u h l m a n , services C. J. Sweet, services . .

68.00 141.66 87.50 87.50

15.00 100.00 64.25 168.75 75.00 23.75 63.25 90.00

E n g i n e e r Dep t. t o t a l services $1,141.56 The Detro it Edison Co., N - P services $ 126.83 W a s h t e n a w Gas Co., N - P services 1.98

Steve Arnold, services .. 14.81 F r e d McDonald, services 10.19 Ed wa r d Besch, collecting

g a r b a g e 1,925,00 Chas. H en in g , labor a t

d u m p 50.00 F r a n k K a p p , labor a t d u m p 50.00 Mrs. Flo rence B ar t h e l l . services 47.42 George Decker, services . 48.36 J . I. F l y n n , services 9.10 Winifred Gillen, s ervices. 17.15 K a t h r y n M. Golden, serv. 33.95

E m m a K a p p , services . .. 58.27 Ed i t h Krapf, services . . . 34.30 Cecile K u r t h , services . . . 17.67 Marcia M. Minnis, services 2.80 Louis Osborn, services . 48.36 F r e d C. P e r r y , services . . 2.80 Ida Reynolds, services . . . 76.82 Agn es Richardson, serv. . 46.72 Ednp. Schnierle, services . 14.00 Nellie Th o rn t on , services. 7.70 J o h a n n a Vogel, services . 65.80 J o h n & J e n n i e M a t t h e w s

r e n t 50.00 The A t h e n s P r e s s , office ex. 55.50 H. W. Crippen, office ex p . . .75 Davis & Ohlinger, off. ex. 45.00 The Dudley P a p e r Co., office expense . . . . 14,01 I. G. Reynolds, office ex p . 12.50 Geo. Wahi', office exp ens e 2.70 Wh it e Swan L a u n d r y Co., Ltd., office ex pens e .18

C. E. Godfrey, conting. .. 27.00 The N i k - 0 - L o k Co., contin. 21.74

0 . E. Stricklen, con ting . . 37.00

J o h n A. W ess in g er, con-ting encies

Public H e a l t h N u r s i n g A s s o c , T.P. W o rk . Chas. L. Broooks, i ns,-rent Millard P r e s s , p r i n t i n g . The Ann A r b o r Daily News p r i n t i n g

City of A n n Arbo r Munic-ipal Gar., M. G a r a g e

( H e a l t h Dept.) . . .

215 30.23 12.00 10.00 78,10 37.80

47.59 To t al $3,192.13 C o n t i n g e n t F u n d t o t a l ,

including s alari es .$7,843.68

F I R E F U N D W a s h t e n a w Gas Co., N - P services $ 10.90

The De tr o it Edison Co,, N-P* services 17.01

Americ an R ailway E x p r e s s Co., m a t e r i a l s 1.24 A m e r i c a n - L a F r a n c e & F o a m i t e In d u s t r i e s ,

Inc., m a t e r i a l s . . . 3.90 B a n n er L a u n d e r i n g Co., office expense 10.00 Dawson Bros., off. ex pens e 2.00 Mine S afet y Appliances Co., m a t e r i a l s 7.88

S c h u m a c h er H a r d w a r e Co., m a t e r i a l s 3.10 S wis h er Grocer Co., office exp en se 5.44 Wm . Goodyear & Co., office ex pen se 7.56 H a r r i s Tire Co., m a t e r i a l s 55.00 The K y e r L a u n d r y Co.,

office expense 17.83 W a s h t e n a w Motor Co., of- fice expense 1.00 Pio n eer Chemical Co. of I t h a c a, eq ui p me nt 105,00 T ot al $ 247.86 F i r e F u n d t o tal , includ-

i n g salaries $2,712,36

P O L I C E F U N D Mich. Bell Tel. Co., N - P services ^ $ 7.70

L. G. Bird, co nting encies . 3.00 J o h n M. F e in er , co n ti ng .. 1.55 H. J, Rich ards , conting. . 6.00 Sinclair Refining Co., m a t . .41

The A t h e n s P r e s s , off. ex. 29.50 Colt's P a t e n t F i r e A r m s

Mfg. Co., office exp. 1.67

216 COMMON C O U N C I L -- N O V E M B E R 5, 1928

J a k e Domnitch, office ex p. The M a y e r - S c h a i r e r Co.,

office ex pens e An n A r b o r Buick Service

do., r e p a i r s H e n r y S. P i a t t , r e p a i r s . . W a s h t e n a w Motor Co., Inc. r e p a i r s

City of An n A r b o r Munic-ipal G a r a g e , M. Gar.

Total Police F u n d t o t a l , in-

cluding s a l a r i e s , .

PO OR F U N D Steve Brous alis , s u p p l i e s ? 5.00 Sm i th Grocery, sup plies . 8.00

A n n a Spathelf, supplies . 25.00 G. E. W a t e r m a n , r e n t . . . 25.00

Mrs. C. Selleck, r e n t 25.00 A n n A r b o r F u e l Co., coal 296.48

5.90 A. J e d e l e , lab o r 93.60 A. G e r s t l e r , labor 93.60 4.20 H. G er s t l er , labor 79.80 J . Duboloski, labor 81.60

V50 M. Soldato, labor 85.80 .50 C. Sa u e r, labor 81.25

E. Q u a ck e n b u s h , lab or . . 80.04 19.16 A. P o k r o s k i , labo r 81.60 A. S t u ro n , labo r 82.80 104.25 O. D. Conger, labor 86.40

P. K a l l a s , labor 76.80 $ 185.34 A. C. Het s l er, labor 12.00 C. P a p p a s , labor 81.60 $2,396.64 R. Cucksey, lab or 4.80

T o t al lab or $1,319.14 W a t e r W o r k s F u n d t o t a l ,

includin g s a l ar i es $8,642.60

To tal $ 384.48 Poor F u n d , including

s a l a r i e s $ 484.48 C E M E T E R Y F U N D

J n o . C. F i s h e r Co., m a t e r . $ 2.60 C e m et er y F u n d to tals

including s a l a r y $ 97.60 W A T E R W O R K S F U N D N e p t u n e Me t e r Co., m a t e r . $ 610.55 Allie-Ch almers Mfg. Co.,

m a t e r i a l s 78.00 Mich. C e n t ra l R. R., m a t . 11.45 A n n A r b o r Rai lroad Co., m a t e r i a l s 211.43

Detroit Edison Co., N - P services 4.46

Mich. Bell Tel. Co. N - P services 52.07 W a s h t e n a w C o u n ty B o a rd of Road Comm. r e p . 26.00 H e n r y Schneider, r e p a i r s 14.40 Goodhew F l o r a l Co., floral

piece 8.00 Louis G. A n d r e w s , ins. . 75.00 F r e d J . Heusel, ins 50.50 Municipal G a r a g e , M. Gar. 123.08

City of A nn A r b o r S t r e e t Dept., co nting en cies 610.70 Citq T r e a s u r e r , r e n e w a l & re p l a c e m e n t exp . . 3,855.32

Total $5,730.96 L. Gerrick, labor $ 85.80 H. M a i e r . labo r 120.00 W. W e s t e r n , labo r 91.65

B U I L D I N G S I D E W A L K F U N D W m . B. McMillen, s erv ices $ 75.00

P A R K F U N D F r e d Cilley, labor $ 61.50 Geo. Davis, labor 83.05

Geo. D o na h u e, labor 85.53 Ben F o s t e r , la b o r 91.80

Ch a s . F o s t e r , lab o r 84.15 H e n r y M a g e r , labor 74.80 Geo. Mason, labor 59.40 E z r a Moore, labor 81.00

Richard W a l l a k e r , lab or . 117.00 Claude W y m a n , labor . . . . 68.20 Tim M c C a r t h y , t e a m . . . . 153.00 To ta l labor $ 959.43 The Ann A r b o r W a t e r Dept., N - P services $ 108.26 Mich Bell Tel. Co., N - P services 3.00

Mu eh lig & Schmid, m a t . . 76.40 W. B. Quinn, m a t e r i a l s . - 53.00 The S t o r r s & H a r r i s o n Co., m a t e r i a l s 26.79 City of An n Arb or, Munic-ipal G a r a g e , M. Gar. 11.02

To tal $ 278.47 P a r k F u n d t o t a l , includ-

ing s al a ri e s $1,497.90

S T R E E T F U N D Philip A d a m , labor $ 78.00 A u g u s t B e h ri n g e r, labor 31.50

L. G. 5 i r d , l ab o r 130.20^ Otto Blaess , labor 92.40 Cam den Dem ps ey, labor . 92.40 Adolph F i n k b ei n er , lab or . 54.80

F r e d H a n s e l m a n , labo r . . 100.75 E m . Holzapfei, labor . . . . 95.40

Sam K a l m b a c h , labor 15.25 W m . Kepp ler, labor 90.00

COMMON C O U N C I L -- N O V E M B E R 5, 1928 217 Samuel Lut z, labor 81.00 An n Arbor, Mich., Nov. 5, 1928. F r e d Mack, labor 72.00 To t h e F i n a n c e Co mm tttee of t h e

F r e d Malke, labor 57.60 Common Council. J a m e s Mason, labor 86.45 G en t le m en : Geo. Menice, labor 90.00 y , * T, j A.X. # Michael M o A a r d t , labor , 70.50 ^ ^=^7^ examined th e f o re g o i n e

Charles P a u l , labor 72.00 accounts a g a i n s t t h e City of An n Chris. P a u l , labor 84.00 fj^^o''' ^"'^ ^ ^^f^\ '^f^ify t h a t Chris. P f a u s , labor 45,60 f^ey a r e correct to th e b est of my r - c h ^ t z : Ifbo^:;..:.: llfo

'^^^AC G. REYNOLDS, Carl Schmid, labor 81.60 ^^^^ *-'^^^*^-Carl Seeger, labor 69.00 To t h e Honorable, th e Common

J o h n S h a n a h a n , labor 88.80 Council. H e r m a n Stoll, labor 89.40 ^ , ^

Theo. Sto llsteim er, labor . 66.00 g e n t l e m e n : F r ed Ulrich, labor 118.15 Yo ur F m a n c e C om mi ttee h a s r e Ike W a r n e r , labor 70.50 viewed th e foregoing r e p o r t . W a r -W m W a y m a n , labor 77.00 r a n t s for salaries we re d ro wn Nov.

Sam*. B u rk e, t e a m . . . 141 !oO 1' 1^28. We recommend t h a t sa m e W. J. Elsifor, t ru c k 27.00 ^^ app ro ved and t h a t w a r r a n t s be Stan ley M a t t h e w s , t r u c k . . 27.00 ordered d r a w n for fo reg oi ng ac^ Robert Miller, t ru c k 27.00 coun ts. Carl R eh b er g , t e a m 150.00 H. M. S L A U S O N , J a k e Young, t e a m 141.00 GEO. J. LUTZ, JR.,

E A R L L. S E V E R A N C E , To t al labor $2,798.10 Fi n an ce Co mm itt ee.

T^ -r^ Tirt- 1 T ^ Aid. S la u sa n moved t h e ad optio n B. E. Mu eh h g , office ex- ^^ ^^^^^^^ ^^-^^ ^^^ adopted by

P^^^^ ^ ^'^^ followinR v o t e : Yeas, Aid. Slauson, The B a r r e t Co., m a t e r i a l s . 90.00 W u e r t h , Maulbetsch, Graf, AllmenKillins Gravel Co., m a t e - dinger, H a r r i s , D r a p e r , Sev eran ce, rial s 861.00 K u i t h , Bursley, Lu tz, F i s h e r , P r e s .

Luick Bros. & Co., m a t e - Woodbury, 13. N a y s , none. i-ials 1 90 ^ I d . Slauson p res en t ed City E n Wm . H. L. Rohde, m a t e - ' ffineer's p r o g r e s s e s t i m a t e s a p -^- i"

F;IQA<< proved by Board of Public W o r k s ..r \V . 'r.'V'- . " T, , ^Z'T^ Cct. 17, 1928, as follows:

Wolf & Colvms, m a t e r i a l s 37.80 -^ u j r- ^.4. T~>>- ^- io#; c-Curb and G u t t er Dist. 126--Second e s t i m a t e , L. W. Dailey, con-^o tal ;i=l,&ld.lS t r a c t o r ; a m o u n t due, $1,641.60.

C o nt in gen t--Mo v in g houses from S t r e e t F u n d to tal , in- Division St. Ex t en s i o n ( B ro a d w ay eluding salaries $4,751.28 Grad e Se p a ra t io n Bridg e p r o j e c t ) , TiT^r'A nrrrTTT * TirnvT T,^"'^- Arb o r Con struction Co., conK b C A P l l L i L A l l U J N t r a c t o r s ; a m o u n t due, $2,250.00. Contingen t $ 7,843.68 Bridge Cul. & C. W. F u n d -- F i r s t F i r e 2,712.36 e s t i m a t e , Abbott Ave. st orm s ewer Police 2,396.64 from Revena Blvd. to city li mits ,

Poor 484.48 United Construction Co., c o n t ra c-Cem etery 97.60 t o r s ; a m o u n t due, $3,974.63. W a t e r W o r k s 8,642.60 Bridge Cul. & C. W. F u n d -- F i r s t Building Sidewalk 75.00 e s t i m a t e , Onondaga St. s t o r m sewP a r k 1,497.90 c , Geddes Ave. to Seneca Ave., St r ee t 4,751.28 United Construction Co., c o n t r ac t o r s ; a m o u n t due, $558.00. City F u n d s to tal $28,501.54 Bridge Cul. & C. W. F u n d -- F i r s t

218 COMMON COUNCIL-^NOVEMBER 5, 1928

estimate, Wilmot St. storm sewer Guernsey P. Collins, The Collins from Washtenaw Ave. to Mack Rd., Shoppe, principal; Standard AcciR. T. Liddicoat, contractor; amount dent Insurance Co. of Detroit, due, $602.55. Mich., surety.

Moved by Aid. Slauson, t ha t es- Respectfully submitted, timates be'allowed and the Mayor A. E. KURTH, and City Clerk be instructed to is- BENJ. H. GRAF, sue w ar ra nt s in payment of same. g^^d and Lisence Committee.

Adopted by followmg vote: Yeas, r, 4.-U . ^T, Aid. Slauson, Wuerth, Maulbetsch, ^Ald. Kurth moved the adoption Graf, Allmendinger, Ha rris, Dra- ? f / e p o r t , which was adopted by per, Severance, Kurth, Bursley, ^il^^^^A^^J^*^?^ P u ^ ^ / ^ ^ ^ ; Slauson, Lutz, Fisher, Pres. Woodbury, 13. Wuerth Maulbetsch, Graf. Allmen-Nays none dinger, Ha rris, Draper, Severance,

Aid. Slauson presented bill of ^ u r t h Bursley, Lutz, Fisher, Pres. Muehlig & Schmid for $150.00 for Woodbury, 13. Nays, none,

installing furnace at John Mat- Special Committee thews Day Nursery, and moved . 11 n.i ^ i th a t bill be allowed and wa rr an t ^ . ^ J d Slauson made oral report ordered drawn in payment of same, ^hat the first floor of John Matwhich motion was adopted by fol- thews Day Nursery had been lowing vote: Yeas, Aid. Slauson, equipped at cost of $400.00, but

Wuerth, Maulbetsch, Graf, All- without expense to the city mendinger, Harris, Draper, Sever- . Moved by Aid. Slauson, th a t the

ance, Kurth, Bursley, Lutz, Fisher, ^Uy pay for water furnished to Pres. Woodbury, 13. Nays, none. Nos. 318 and 322 S. Ashley St.

" , , _ . ^ .^^ (property deeded to city). Bond and License Committee Adopted by following vote: Yeas,

^^^^^^ Aid. Slauson, Wuerth, Maulbetsch, To the Honorable the Common Graf, Allmendinger, Harris, DraCouncil. per. Severance, Kurth, Bursley, Gentlemen: Lutz, Fisher, Pres. Woodbury, 13. Your Bond and License Commit- Nays, none, tee has had the following bonds " . ",-,

under consideration and respect- <-^ity Umcers fully recommends approval of the Report of Health Officer for the

same: month of October received and or-For erection and installation of dered on file,

electric signs: Moved by Aid. Bursley, th a t Hudson Sales & Service, 211 S. members of counting boards for Fifth Ave., principal; A. G. Lutz election Nov. 6, 1928, be appointed and J. P. Boyce, sureties. as follows:

Charles Kokkale, 200 E. Huron, Sixth, H a rr y W. Nichols, Robert principal; United States Fidelity & Norris and Donald May. Guaranty Co., Inc., surety. Seventh ward, second precinct, The Bellows-Claude Neon Co. (C. Leonard P. Fisher in place of J. Fingerle, 322 S. St a te ) , princi- Fra nk M. Crandall. pal; Globe Indemnity Co., surety. Adopted by following vote: Yeas,

The Bellows-Claude Neon Co. (C. Aid. Slauson, Wuerth, Maulbetsch, J. Fingerle, 322 S. S ta t e ), princi- Grai, Allmendinger, Harris, Drapal; Globe Indemnity Co., surety, pei'. Severance, Kurth, Bursley, H. Walter Haller, between 233 Lutz, Fisher, Pres. Woodbury, 13. and 299 S, State St., principal; Nays, none. Michigan Surety Co. of Lansing, Moved by Aid. Lutz, th a t former

surety. action of this Council relative to H. Walter Haller, between 233 appointment of not to exceed three

and 299 S. State St., principal; clerks to assist counting board be Michigan Surety Co. of Lansing, rescinded,

surety. Adopted by following vote: Yeas,

COMMON C O U N C I L ^ N O V E M B E R 5, 1928 219 Aid. Slauson, Wuerth, Maulbetsch, Graf, Allmendinger, Harris, Dra-

per, Severance, Kurth , Bursley, Lutz, Fisher, Pres. Woodbury, 13.

Nays, none. Moved by Aid. Lutz, t h a t the in- spectors of election, appointed as counting boards, be authorized to

appoint such number of clerks as they deem necessary.

Adopted by following vote: Yeas, Aid. Slauson, Wuerth, Maulbetsch, Graf, Allmendinger, Harris, Dra-per, Severance, Kurth, Bursley, Lutz, Fisher, Pres. Woodbury, 13. Nays, none.

Mr. R. Piersol made oral request

in behalf of the Board of Educa-tion for a parcel of land seven feet in width on east side of Division St. along Wines Park, said land be- ing a p a r t of the street; and mat-ter was referred to Street Com- mittee. Mrs. Eleanor Schleicher Hogle addressed Council relative to park-ing place on Second St. along her property, corner of Liberty St., which ma tt er was referred to Traffice Committee. On motion of Aid. Maulbetsch, Council adjourned. ISAAC G. REYNOLDS,

City Clerk.