Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 7, 1971 · Page 3
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Elble predicts vote at polls Saturday will favor sewers Alton Evening Telegraph Thursday, .Tart. 7, 1971 A-3 By BILL McFADIN Telegraph Staff Writer Anticipating a . "heavy turnout" of voters this Saturday, Wood River Township Supervisor Rodger Elble ,said Wednesday he expects passage of a sewer project'in Cottage Hills and Forest Homes. Elble made the statements as he prepared final information on the proposed project, which will be submitted to voters at two polling places from noon until 7 p.m. Saturday. On the ballot is approval or rejection of the overall sewer system plus a choice of five plans to finance the project. The five options give the voter a choice of increasing tap-on fees coupled with decreasing monthly charges. The lowest tap-on fee, $130, carries a monthly charge of $9.22. The plans range upward with a $260 tap-on and $8.35 monthly; $390 initally and $7.50 every month; $520 tap-on and $6.67 a month; and the top plan; with a tap-on fee of $650 and a monthly rate of $5.78. Polling places will be firehouses in Cottage Hills and Forest Homes. Elble said if the project is approved, he would authorize the' township's engineering firm of Russell & Axton of St. Louis to prepare final plans and specifications for the sewer line. He expects that to take about five months. Those plans will be reviewed and approved by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and by the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency. Later, Elble said, he will step up efforts to get an additional $460,000 from the $750,000,000 approved by Illinois voters in the state environmental bond.issue in November. Earlier, the township had been ' granted $532,000 by HUD to. start the project. Elble .has said previously the HUD grant is approved, but as a future grant. A favorable vpte Saturday, he says, will step up the project's priority in HUD's Chicago office. Following final approvals by state and federal agencies, Elble says, he will advertise for construction bids and award the project. Elble also released figures Wednesday showing the dimensions of the project. He SEiid that in Cottage Hills, 64,750 feet of main trunk sewer pipe, 8- to 15-inches wide, would be laid from six to 20 feet deep. That part pf the project would require an additional 18,300 feet of six-inch to be laid between the main trunks and the property lines. Additionally, 238 manholes would be required and 29,100 square yards of street would be replaced. In- Forest Homes, 42,400 feel of main trunk pipe would be laid between 6 and 22 feet deep, with another 12,000 feet of lateral pipe between the trunk and property lines. Forest Homes, Elble said, would need 115 manholes and would involve replacement of 20,200 square yards of street. The line from the property line to the house is the responsibility of the homeowner, Elble said. In • his voter prediction, Elble pointed out there are 683 registered voters in Forest Homes and another 879 in Cottage Hills. A special voter registration held Monday at the Cottage Hills firehouse added 62 new voters. Voters in the area approved sewers once before, in an election held in June, 1963. Then, Cottage Hills and Forest Homes were combined with Rosewood Heights for a vote. In Cottage Hills, the measure passed with a vote of 308 to 151. Voters in the other two areas turned the proposal down, and it passed by a narrow 74-vote margin overall. (ADVERTISEMENT) DON'T BE FAT MONADEX will !-.c'.p yoli lose weight. MONADEX is a tiny tablet and easily swallowed. Start losing weight now. Contains no dangerous drugs and does not make you nervous. MONADEX reduces your desire for excess food. Helps' you eat less—so you weigh less. Tor your health's sake — net rid of excess fat. 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"FIELDCREST ROSE DELIGHT' NO-IRON PERMA-PRESS TWIN FITTED or 72x104 4 Regular 5.50 ft FULL FITTED or 81x104 Regular 6.50 44 44 QUEEN FITTED or 90x115 rt 84 Regular 9.00 / "FIELDCBEST PERFECTION" WHITE NO-IRON PERMA-PRESS PERCALE TWIN FITTED or 72x104 ft 50 Regular 3.99 O FULL FITTED or 81x104 Regular 4.99 MATCHING CASES Regular 2.65 Pr 2 25 Pr. LADY PEPPERELL " AMI "DAN RIVER" A 1,1, COTTON MUSLIN SHEETS - TWIN 72"xl(Wr OK TWIN FITTED REGULAR 2.90 1 FULL OK FULL FITTED REGULAR 8.10 > 09 Domestic and Linen DepJ. — 3rd Floor WIIITIS ONLY 72x90 MACHINE WASHABLE ST. MARY'S THERMAL BLANKET • TWIN OR FULL SIZE • POLYESTER, RAYON & COTTON • PLAIDS AND STRIPE PATTERNS • ASSORTED COLORS Regular 8.99 Domestics & Linens — 3rd Floor 100% POLYESTER — SLIGHT IRRS. BLANKETS • WHITE ONLY • QUEEN AND KING PRINTED TOWEL ENSEMBLE 79c 49c 29c White With Blue, Pliik, or Gold Pattern BATH TOWEL Reg. 1.19' HAND TOWEL Reg. 69c WASH CLOTH Reg. 39c It Perfect 12.99 to 20.99 Each Queen for $ 10 King for 12 Domestics and Linens — 3rd Floor 'NO-IRON — MACHINE WASHABLE AND DRYABLE "CHARM" BEDSPREAD "by Com;" Regular 17 44 " 10.99 / Twin and Full — Assorted Colors Domestics and Linens — 3rd Floor Slight Irr. 'Morgan Jones" Terry DISH TOWEL § ' • PRINTS 59c Value O $ for 1 Domestics & Linens 3rd Floor "Cone" Checked Terry DISH TOWEL Regular ft / $ | 59c Value O / 1 DISH CLOTH Regular 29c Value 6/ $ l Domestics & Linens — 3rd Floor FIELDCREST "GARDEN BOUQUET" TOWEL ENSEMBLE BATH TOWEL-REG. 3.50 $2.00 HAND TOWEL-REG. 1.99 $1.29 WASHCLOTH-REG. 79< 59c "FIELDCREST DIMENSIONS" Deep Tone—Velvet Touch—Reversible TOWEL ENSEMBLE BATH TOWEL-REG. 5.00 . . . $3.99 HAND TOWEL-REG. 2.50 . . .$1.99 WASH CLOTH-REG. 1.00 89c JJ AND 3 PIECE NON-SKID BATH SETS RAYON • NYLON • ASSORT. COLORS Regular O 77 5.00 Set Now O Domestics und Linens — 3rd Floor "FIELDCREST" ASSORTED WASH CLOTHS AND FINGER TIP TOWELS • EXTRA HEAVY Regular To ft $ 89(5 Values O for 1 Perfect For Children's Bed Or That Extra Room FOAM PILLOW Domestics nml Linens — 3rd Floor EXTRA HEAVY "FIELDCREST" HAND TOWELS • ASSORTED COLORS 3 $o for £* Domestics & Llnuns — 3rd Floor Regular O $ i To $1.99 O for SHREDDED POLY- URETHENE SIZE 18x25 REGULAR 1.99 EA. for Domestic and Linens — 3rd Floor Wipe Clean Vinyl PLACE MATS • Assorted Colors And Patterns Reg. $1 Each Z for 1 DoniPistics & Llnons •— ,'lrd Floor Extra Nice Assorted WASH CLOTHS Beg. 29c Value 5 lor ' 1 Domestics & Linens — 3n:l Floor FIBERGLASS DRAPES 50"x36" Beg. $ I 2.99 1 Pr. Keg. (i.99 50"x63" $A ** Pr. 100"x63" Reg. $ Tj / Pr. 9.99 100"x84" Beg. * Q Cl Pr. 11.99 ASSORTED SOLID COLORS MATCHING TWIN ENSEMBLE TWIN BEDSPREAD Regular 16.99 | f\ lU QUILTED FLORAL PATTERN WITH RUFFLE $ £ MATCHING DRAPES — Beg. 7.99 ............... O Drapery Dept. — 3rd Floor IRREGULAR SCATTER RUGS 24x36 Cl $«_ 2 tor Beg. 2.50 27x48 — Beg. 3.50 for Regular 8.99 5'/»' Rouu'd RUG $ 7 8(5" WIDE COTTON FLANNEL » PRINTS • SOLIDS Regular 59<: Yd. $1 3 Yds. 15" PRINT OB SOLID PERCALE Regular 59c Yd. 44e Yd. Drapery-flug Depl.—3rd Floor SAVINGS FOB THE HOME DECORATOR 54" WIDE UPHOLSTERY FABRICS Compare at (i.99 Yd. 99 Comp. at $9.99 Yd. 4 99 O Yd. O Yd. BEAUTIFUL RICH BROCADES, PLUSH VELVETS, BASKET WEAVES AND TAPESTKY UPHOLSTERY REMNANTS 59t Drapery Depl. — 3rd FJoor 45" PEBMA-PBESK Cotton Prints Values From l.:i!) to 1.49 Yd. 99t ', Yd. Fabric Depl. — 3rd Floor

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