Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on May 28, 1955 · Page 9
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The Dixon Evening Telegraph 6 *%*A Saturday, May 28. 1955 JLE6AL_ ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS The Board of Trustees of the Swissville Sanitary District, Lee Countv. Illinois will receive sealed HiHs for the construction of sani tary sewers in parts of Center Street, Tue *aciory noaa, Armei-,ia St.. Swiss Street and in ease ments on private property in Dix on Township. Lee County, Illinois, ..ntii 2:30 o'clock P.M.. C.D.S.T.. on the 15th dav of June. 1955. at the Dixon Rural Fire Department Station. Palmyra Road. Dixon. Illinois. All bids received will be publiclv opened and read aloud at the aforementioned time and P*Th^ successful bidder will be required to furnish a satisfactory performance bond in the full amount of the contract price. The contract documents, including plans and specifications, are on file at the office of the Attorney of «aid District. 107 First Street. Dixon, Illinois, and at the office of C. K. Willett consulting; i-jn^ineers 317 North Galena Avenue, Dixon, Illinois. obtained bv depositing $5.00 with fr>r panh set of documents so ob tained, said deposit to be refunded to each actual bidder returning plans withm 10 days of the date Of opening: bids, payment for this contract will be in vouchers or bonds issued b- bonds to bear interest at the rate of five percent (57r.) per annum. The Board of Trustees of the c„-ie=i-illo Sanitary District reserv es the right to reject anv or all bids and to waive any informali ties in bidding. ah nrnnosals shall be accompa nied bv cash or a certified check on a solvent bank, payable to the order of the President of the Board of Trustees in his official capacity, <-n>- an amount which shall not be less than ten (10) per cent of the aggregate of the proposal. No bid may be withdrawn for at least thirty (301 days after _ the scheduled closing time for receipt of bids. THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF TRICT, LEE COUNTY, ILLI NOIS LEROY GAUL. PRESIDENT JOSEPH S. VTLLIGER WILLIAM H. LIEVTNG ALBERT HANNEKEN • iTTORNEY Mav 2S. June 4, 1955 ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS The Board of Trustees of the Swissville Sanitary District. Lee County. Illinois will receive sealed bids for the construction of sanitary sewers in parts of Fourth avotiiip in Dixon Township. Lee County, Illinois, until 2:30 o'clock P.M.,'C.D.S.T.. on the 15th day of June, 1955, at the Dixon Rural Fire Department Station, Palmyra Road, Dixon. Illinois. All bids received will be publicly opened and reaa aioua ai we moiemcu- Tht> successful bidder will be reauired to furnish a satisfactory performance bond in the full amount of the contract price. The contract documents, includ-?r,o. -rXa-na anrt specifications, are ™ fii» at tho nffi™ of the Attorney of said District, 107 W. First Street Dixon. Illinois, and at me oince oi C. K. Willett consulting- engineers, 317 North Galena Avenue, Dixon: Pnmet nf thi> rtncnmMltS mav 'be obtained bv depositing- S5 00 with C. K. Willett Consulting Engineers tor eacn set or documents su «u-iained. aaid deposit to be refund ed to each actual bidder returning plans within 10 days of the date of opening bids. Payment for this contract will bond to bear interest at the rate of five percent per annum. The Board of Trustees of the Swissville Sanitarv District reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive any informalities in hinrline- nied by cash or a certified check drawn on a solvent bank, payable to the order of the President of the Board of Trustees in his official capacity, for an amount which shall not be less than ten (10) per cent of tne aggregate ot tne pro- nncal No bid may be withdrawn for at least thirty (30) davs after the scheduled closing time for receipt of bids. THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF SVvTSSVlLLK SAKl't'AKI WS-TRTCT, LEE COUNTY, ILLI NOIS LeRov Gaul - President Joseph S. v illiger William H. Lieving Albert Hanneken Mav 2S. June 4. 1955 NOTICE State of Illinois ) ) ss. County of Lee ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF LEE COUNT VT PHART.FS A srDTT. EVA PEARL SCOTT. In Chancerv. Heneral No. 55-60 Plaintiff Defendant The vemiisite affidavit for pub lication having been filed, nccice is herebv given vou, Eva Pearl Scott, in the above entitled suit that the nhove suit nas heen com menced in the Circuit Court of Lee countv. Illinois, bv tne --aid plaintiff a {rains* von and that said Suit is now pending and undetermined in said Court, pravmg for divorce from von. and for other relief that summons was ciulv issued out of said Court against vou as pro- said Eva Pearl Scott, the said de fendant, file your complaint in said s make vonr nnoear: the said Circuit Court of Lee Coun ty neid in tne court riouse m ine City of Dixon. Illinois on or before the third Monday in June 1955, being the 20th dav of June 1955, default mav be entered against you at any time after that dav and a decree entered in accordance with the praver of said complaint. John O. Shaulis, Jr.. Clerk of the Circuit Court of Lee County, Illinois. Edward A. Jones Plaintiff's Attorney. May 16, 23, 28. 1955 Folks who find thing* consult the Lost and Found column at once to see if it's advertised. When the answer's "yes," they know how to reach the owner, are encouraged One dandelion plant may produce and distribute as many as i^.uuu seeaa m a year. SATURDAY AFTERNOON 1:00 WGN— News; Coughlan WIND— News; Start the Music WMAQ— Northwestern Presents WBBM— News; H. Stark WLS— Festival 1 :15 WIND— Dueout 1:25 WCFL— Cubs vs. Milwaukee :30 WGN— Dick Coughlan WBBM— Paul Gibson 2:00 WMAQ— House of Music WBBM— Hal StarK 3:00 WGN— News; B. Black WMAQ— House oi music . WBBM— News; Rayner WJJD— News; music WLS — Music Showcase 4:00 WGN— Buddy Black WMAQ— House of Music WTND — News: Album 4:30 WMAQ— Rio Rhythms 5:00 WGN— News: B. Black WBBM— iNews WMAQ— News WLS— News; Go-Round WCFL— News; Barnes WIND— News: Miller WBBM— Sports WMAQ — U.N. 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