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SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE FIFTEEN ORDINANCE NO. 338 AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE ISSUANCE OF THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS ($300,000.00) WATERWORKS AND SEWERAGE IMPROVEMENT REVENUE BONDS OF THE VILLAGE OF BETHALTO, MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, FOR THE PURPOSE OF DEFRAYING PART OF THE COST OF IMPROVING THE COMBINED WATERWORKS AND SEWERAGE SYSTEM OF SAID VILLAGE; PRESCRIBING THE FORM AND DETAIL OF SAID BONDS; PROVIDING FOR THE COLLECTION OF REVENUES FROM SAID SYSTEM SUFFICIENT FOR THE PURPOSE OF PAYING THE COST OF THE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE THEREOF; PROVIDING FOR THE PAYMENT OF SAID BONDS, BOTH AS TO PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST; AND PROVIDING FOR THE SEGREGATION AND DISTRIBUTION OF SAID REVENUE. WHEREAS, the Village of Bethal to, Madison county, Illinois, now owns and operates a Combined Wa terworks and Sewerage System anc the Board of Trustees finds and de Clares that It Is necessary that sale system be extended and Improved and that It Is advisable that such Im provements be financed In par through the Issuance of bonds pay able solely from the revenues to be derived from the operation of sail" system; and WHEREAS, the Board of Trustee of the Village of Bethalto, Madison County, Illinois, deems It to be ad vlsable, necessary, and for the bes interest of said Village that said Combined Waterworks and Sewerage System be Improved as follows: Installation of: Two Waste Sta blllzatlon Lagoons; Four Intercep tor Sewer Lines; One Effluen Sewer from the existing Sewerage Treatment Plant; One Lift Station and a system of Lateral Sowers to serve the developed areas In the Village presently without sewers toRether with all necessary man holes, tees, special structures, em bankments, fences, and access road. AND WHEREAS, this Board o Trustees has caused suitable Plans and Specifications for the Improve ments to be made by competent en Hlneers on behalf of the Village, and said Plans and Specifications have been accepted and approved by the Board of Trustees and are now on file In the office of the Village Clerk open for public Inspection; and WHEREAS, the estimated cost of construction for sold improvements and extensions, Including legal, en glneerlng, and other Incidental ex penses, prepared by the Engineer at the Instance of said Village Is FIVE HUNDRED FORTY-ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS ($541,000.00); and WHEREAS, Federal Funds are allocated In the amount of SEVENTY THOUSAND DOLLARS ($70,000.00) and there Is now on hand and available for use to defray part of the cost of said construction the sum ol ONE HUNDRED SEVENTY-ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS ($171,000.00), and In order to defray the balance of the cost of said Improvements It Is necessary to Issue Waterworks and Sewerage Improvement Revenue Bonds In the aggregate amount of THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS ($300,000.00), pursuant to Article 11, Division 139, of the "Illinois Municipal Code" of the State of Illinois; and WHEREAS, the Village of Bethalto heretofor, pursuant to Ordinance No. 251, passed and approved July 14, 1933, and Ordinance No. 267, passed and approved April 4, 1055, did Issue Waterworks and Sewerage Improvement and Refunding Bonds In the aggregate amount of FOUR HUNDRED THIRTEEN THOUSAND DOLLARS ($413,000.00), of which there are Issued, outstanding, and not called, the principal amount of THREE HUNDRED FIFTY-THREE THOUSAND DOLLARS ($353,000,00), payable as therein provided; and WHEREAS, said Ordinances pro vide that no further bonds, which by their terms shall have parity with the bonds Issued under said Ordinances, shall be Issued except on compliance with the following condl "First, that the Village shall have made, at the time of the delivery of any such additional bonds or obll gatlons, all allocations and pay^ ments Into the Waterworks and Sewerage Interest and Redemption Account required by Paragraph (b) of Section 11 of said Ordlnanc Second, that the revenue derived from the operation of the Waterworks and Sewerage System for the then next preceding fiscal year shall be equal to the sum of the following: (a) The expense of operation and maintenance of said system Incurred during such fiscal year; plus (b) The sum of $3.600.00 per year (the amount provided to be deposited In the Depreciation Account); (c) 150% of the highest amount which shall thereafter become due In any one fiscal year as principal of and as Interest on all bonds or other obligations then outstanding, and the bonds or other obligations then to be Issued, (not. however. Including any amounts required to be paid Into or held In the Waterworks and Sewerage Bond Reserve Account provided by Section 11 (d) or the Waterworks and Sewerage Contingent Account created by Section II (e) of Ordinance No. 251, and by Sections 13 (d) and 13 (e) of said Ordinance No. 2(17. In which case additional bonds or other obligations may be Issued on a parity with the bonds authorized hereby " NOW, THEREFORE. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE PRESIDENT AND BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE VILLAGE OF BETHAT.TO. MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS AS FOLLOWS: SECTION I: That the Improvements and extensions to the Combined Waterworks nnd Sewernuo System of the Village of Bethalto described In a ueneral manner In the preamble hereto, shall be constructed. SECTION 2: That the plans and specifications nov on file In the office of the Village Clerk and open to the Inspection of the public for the Improvements to the Combined Waterworks and Sewerage System of the Village of Bethnlto have been and now again are approved. SECTION 3: That this President and Board of Trustees hereby declare that the period of usefulness of the Combined Waterworks and Sewerage System and the Improvements to he made thereto nursuant to this Ordinance Is fortv MO) years from the date of this Ordinance. SECTION 4: That this Board of Trustees has caused to be prepared an estimate of the cost of making Improvements and extensions to said Combined Waterworks and Sewernae System as described In the preamble hereto. Including engineering, legal, and other expenses, and this Board of Trustees herebv determines that the total estimated cost of such Improvements and extensions, Including engineering, legal, and other expenses. Is the sum of FIVE HUNDRED FORTY-ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS SECTION'S: That this Board of Trustees has made due investigations and finds and declares that the following is true as a matter of fact according to the books, records, and accounts kept by the Village of Bethalto for the Combined Waterworks and Sewerage System and that said books, records, and. accounts have been kept In strict accord with the requirements of Section 10 of Ordinance No 251; that the Village has made all allocations and payments Into the Waterworks and Sewerage Interest and Redemption Account required In Paragraph (b) of Section 11 of said Ordinance No. 251. and Sections 14 and 19 of said Ordinance No. 287; that the revenues derived from the operation of the Waterworks and Sewerage System of the .Village of Bethalto for the last preceding fiscal year, to-wlt fiscal year ending September 25, 1962, (being the amount of $U5,908.66> Is equal or greater than the following: (a) Expenses of operation and maintenance of said system during such fiscal year .... $75.511 91 (b) The amount provided to be deposited in the D e P reclatl P, n Ac; count w.ouu.uu (c) 150% of the highest amount which shall hereafter become due In any one fiscal year as principal of and as Interest on all bonds or other obligations now outstanding and the bonds authorized to be Issued by this Ordinance, not, however. Including any amounts required to be paid Into and held n the Reserve Account provided In Section 11 (d) or Ordinance 251 and In the Contingent Account required In Section II (e) of Ordl- nance No. 391, the tald turn being T1?i Sum 1 total of (•). (b), and (o), la the turn of $139,231,91. SECTION 8: That this Board of Trustees finds and declares that dur Ing the period covered by the re strictions set out In Sections 17 i o said Ordinance No. 251 and Sectlo 19 of Ordinance No. 267, the earn Ings of the Waterworks and Sewer age System have been and are suf flcient to permit the issuance of ac dltlonal Waterworks and Sewerag improvement Revenue Bonds of th Village of Bethalto In the aggregat amount of THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS ($300.000.00) bearing Interest and maturing a hereinafter set out In this Ordinance SECTION 7: That for the purpos of paying the portion of the costs o Improving the Combined Waterworl- and Sewerage System as set out In the preamble of this Ordinance, fo which other funds are not avail able, there shall be and hereby ar authorized and directed to be Issued und delivered Waterworks and Sew erage Improvement Revenue Bond of the Village of Bethalto, Madison County, Illinois, In the aggregate amount of THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS ($300.000.00) Said bonds shall have all the qua! Itlea of negotiable instruments unde the Laws of the State of Illinois shall be dated the First day of July 1963; shall be numbered from One (I) to Three Hundred (300); shall be in the denomination of ONE THOU SAND DOLLARS ($1,000.00) each and shall mature In numerical order n the amounts and on the dates as follows: (5,000,00 on Jr.nuary 1 In each o the years 1965 to 1991, both inclu slve; and $15,000.00 on January 1 1992; and $25,000.00 on January In each of the years 1993 to 1998 Inclusive. That said bonds shall bear Interes at the rate of Four Per Centum (4%) per annum from the date o! said bonds until the principal there of respectively shall have been fully paid. Said Interest to be pay able on the First day of January! 964, and seml-nnnuolly thereafter on the First days of July and Janu nry In each year and to be evl denced by appropriate coupons to >e attached to each of said bonds. Said bonds numbered from 151 to 100, both Inclusive, to be callable for payment prior to maturity on the respective dates herelnbclow set out or on any Interest payment date after such respective dates: Bonds numbered 276 to 300, Inclusive, to be callable on January 1 1979, or any Interest date there after. Bonds numbered 251 to 276, Inclu slve, to be callable on January 1 1980, or any Interest date there after. Bonds numbered 226 to 250, Inclu slve, to be callable on January 1, 1981, or any Interest date there after. Bonds numbered 201 to 225, Inclusive, to be callable on January 1. 1982, or any Interest date there, after. Bonds numbered 176 to 200, Inclu sive, to be callable on January 1, 1983, or any Interest date thereafter. Bonds numbered 151 to 175, Inclu slve, to be callable on January 1, 1984, or any Interest date there after. Any bonds called for payment irior to their maturity shall be ;alled in Inverse numerical order, >nd shall be paid for at par ana iccrued Interest. Written notice of he call of any such bond, or bonds, hall be given to paying agent des gnated therefor, thirty (30) days be ore the date fixed for their pay ment and such notice shall be pub shod at least once, not less than hlrty (30) days before the redemp Ion date, In a newspaper of gener I circulation, published In the City if Chicago. Illinois. Interest shall ease on any bonds so called for >ayment If, on the date fixed for layment, funds are available for hat purpose. Said bonds and coupons shall be .ayable In lawful money of the Jnlted States of America at the American National Bank & Trust Co. of Chicago, In' the City f Chicago, State of Illinois. SECTION 8: That any of said ionds may be registered as to prln- ipal, as provided In the form of ond set out herein. SECTION 9: That said bonds shall e executed by the manual slgna- ures of the President of the Board f Trustees and attested by the slg- ature of the Village Clerk, with he seal of said Village Impressed hereon, and the Interest coupons to e attached thereto shall be execut- d by the facsimile signatures ol aid officials, who, by the execution f said bonds, shall be held to have dopted such facsimile signatures as rtelr own proper signatures. SECTION 10: That said bonds and he coupons attached thereto shall e In substantially the following orm: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA STATE OF ILLINOIS VILLAGE OF BETHALTO COUNTY OF MADISON 4% WATERWORKS AND SEWERAGE IMPROVEMENT REVENUE BOND o $1,000.00 The Village of Bethalto, Madison County, Illinois, for value received, ereby promises to pay to bearer, r, If this bond be registered as here- nafter provided, to the registered older hereof, solely from the rev- nues of the Combined Waterworks nd Sewerage System of said Village f Bethalto, and not otherwise, the um of ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS $1,000.00) on the first day of Janu ry, 18 with interest thereon rom the date hereof at the rate of Four Per Centum (4%) per annum, ayable on the First day of January, 964. and seml-nnnually thereafter n the first days of July and Janu- ry In each year until the principal f this bond shall have been fully aid, upon presentation and surren- er of the annexed Interest coupons s they severally become due. Both principal of and Interest on his bond are payable In lawful mon- y of the United States of America t the American National Bank A 'rust Co. of Chicago, In the City of llilcago, State of Illinois. The right Is reserved unto the Illase of Bethalto to call In, pay nd redeem any or all of the bonds umbered from One Hundred Fifty- ne (151) to Three Hundred (300), In- luslve, prior to their maturity, In 10 inverse order of their numbers, t par and accrued Interest, on the ates herelnbelow set out, or on ny Interest paying date thereafter, o-wlt: Bonds numbered 276 to 300, Inclusive, to be callable on January 1, 1979, or any Interest date thereafter. Bonds numbered 251 to 275, Inclusive, to be callable on January 1, 1980, or any Interest date thereafter. Bonds numbered 226 to 250, Inclusive, to be callable on January 1. 1981, or any interest date thereafter. Bonds numbered 201 to 225, Inclusive, to be callable on January 1, 1982, or any Interest date thereafter. Bonds numbered 176 to 200, Inclusive, to be callable on January 1, 1983, or any Interest date thereafter. Bonds numbered 151 to 175. Inclusive, to be callable on January 1, 1984, or any Interest date thereafter. Written notice of the call of any ond shall be given to the paying gent designated therefor and shall e published at least once In a news- aper of general circulation pub- shed In the City of Chicago, nil- ols, In each case not less than thlr- y (30) days before the date fixed or Its redemption. Interest shall ease on any bond so called from nd after the date fixed for the ayment, provided funds for such ayment shall then be available. This bond Is one of an authorized sue of Three Hundred (300) bonds, umbered from One (1) to Three undred (300), both Inclusive, all of ke date, tenor and effect except as 9 date of maturity and provision or redemption prior to maturity, ggregatlng the sum of THREE UNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS 1300,000.00) Issued by the Village 1 Bethalto, for the purpose of pay- ng part of the cost of constructing mprovements and extensions to the omblned Waterworks and Sewer- ge System of the Village, payable om the revenues of the Combined 'ntorworks and Sewerage System, nder authority of Article 11. DM- on 139 of the "Illinois Mulnclpal ode" of the State of Illinois. This bond and the Issue of which Is one, together with the outstand- .g Waterworks and Sewerage Im- rovement and Refunding Revenue onds dated July 1, 1803, In accord- nee with Ordinance No. 251 of said Illage, and of Waterworks and Sew- rage Improvement Revenue Bonds ated March 1. 1955. are payable olely from the revenues derived rom the said Combined Waterworks nd Sewerage System and not other- Ise, and do not constitute an In. ebtedneis of said Village within ny constitutional or statutory lim- itation. Under said Act and the Ordinance adopted pursuant thereto, sufflcien revenues from the Operation of th Combined Waterworks and Sewer age System shall be set aside a collected and deposited In a separate fund designated "Waterworks and Sewerage Fund" of said Village, and a sufficient amount thereof shall bi used only In paying the cost 0 maintenance and operation of sak system of providing an adequate de preclatlon fund, and of paying thi principal of and the Interest on thi bonds of said Village Issued unde Article II. Division 139. of the above mentioned Act. The Village of Bethalto hereby covenants that It will contlnuousls operate said Combined Waterworki and Sewerage System and that i will fix and maintain rates for the services thereof and will collect ant account for revenues therefrom suf flclent at all times to pay promptly the cost of maintenance and opera tlon of said system, to provide an adequate Depreciation Fund, to pay the principal thereof and the Inter est on the bonds authorized hereby and to pay the principal of and the Interest on any and all other bonds or obligations chargeable to reve nues of said system. It Is hereby certified, recited anc represented that all acts, conditions ind things that are required to ex st, to happen, and to be performec precedent to and In the issuance o' his bond and of the issue of which t Is one, In order to make the same valid and binding obligations of said Village, do exist, have hap pened, and have been performed It regular and due time, form, anc manner, as required by law. For the jerformance In apt time and man- ler of every official act necessary or the prompt payment of this bond >oth as to principal and Interest, the 'ull faith of said Village of Bethalto s hereby Irrevocably pledged. This bond may be registered as to principal In the name of the holder on the books of said Village In the office of the Village Treasurer, such registration to be evidenced by no- ation of the said Treasurer on the jack hereof, after which no transfer hereof shall be valid unless made on said books and similarly noted hereon, but It may b: discharged from registration by being transferred to bearer, after which it shall be trans- erable by delivery, but It may again be registered as before. The regls- ratlon of this bond shall not affect he negotiability of the coupons lereto attached, which shall con- Inue negotiable by delivery merely notwithstanding the registration icreof IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the VII age of Bethalto. Madison County Illnols, has caused this bond to be signed by Its President, its Corpo rate Seal to be hereto affixed, anc attested by the Village Clerk, anc he coupons hereto attached to be signed by the facsimile signatures of said President and said Village Clerk, who, by the execution of this bond shall be held to have adoptee such facsimile signatures as their own proper signatures, and this bond to be dated the First day of uly> TILLAGE OF BETHALTO, MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS By President Corporate Seal) ATTEST: Village Clerk (FORM OF COUPON) NO $20.00 On the First day of July. January, 9 unless the hereinafter men. loned bond be then callable for •edemptlon and shall heretofore lave been called for redemption and provision for such redemption duly made, the Village of Bethalto, Madlon County, Illinois, will pay to bear- 3r, solely out of the revenues of the Combined Waterworks and Sewerage System of said Village TWENTY DOLLARS ($20.00) In lawful money of the United States of Amerca at the American National Bank Trust Co. of Chicago, in the City f Chicago, State of Illinois, being nterest then due on Its Waterworks and Sewerage Improvement Revenue Bond, dated July 1, 1963, and numbered VILLAGE OF BETHALTO, MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS. By (facsimile signature) President ATTEST: (facsimile signature) Village Clerk The following shall appear on the reverse side of the bonds: FORM OF REGISTRATION CERTIFICATE (No writing below except by the Treasurer of the Village of Bethalto, Illinois) Date In Whose Signature of Name of Village Regis- Regis- Treas- ratlon tered urer The first coupon, due January 1 964, and all subsequent coupons hall be In the amount of $20.00 each SECTION 11. That the bonds au- horlzed hereby, together with the bonds authorized by said Ordinances No. 251 and No. 267 Of said Village hall be payable equally and ratably, olely from the revenues derived rom the operation of the Combined iVaterworks and Sewerage System f said Village. Including any Im- Tovements and extensions thereto, nd shall not constitute an Indebted- less of the Village of Bethalto with- n the meaning of any constitutional statutory limitation. SECTION 12: That from and after lie delivery of any bonds Issued un er the provisions of this Ordinance, he Combined Waterworks and Sew- rage System shall be operated on he basis of a fiscal year corre- pondlng to the fiscal year estab- shed for the Waterworks and Sew- rage Departments of the Village, which now begins on September 26th f each year and ends on September 5th of the ensuing year, and such scul year shall so remain while ny bonds hereby authorized are utstandlng. All revenues derived rom the operation of the Combined Vaterworks and Sewerage System hall be deposited dally In a sepa- ale fund to be designated as the WATERWORKS AND SEWERAGE FUND", and a sufficient amount icreof shall be used only and Is lodged to the payment of (I) the ost of maintenance and operation f the system: (2) the payment of he principal of and the Interest on II Waterworks and Sewerage Rev- nue Bonds of said Village which may be Issued under Article 11 Divl- lon 139 of the "Illinois Municipal -ode"; and (3) the creation of an dequate Depreciation Fund; and uch funds shall at all times be suf- clent for the above purposes. All urns In the WATERWORKS AND EWERAGE FUND shall at all mes be held In bank accounts sep- rate and distinct from the bank ccounts In which other Village unds are held. SECTION 13: That sums in the VATERWORKS AND SEWERAGE FUND shall be set aside for, allo- ated to, and deposited In the fol- owing separate accounts, which vere created pursuant to Ordinance Vo, 251, by the financial officer of le Village of Bethalto, without fur- ler direction of or action by the President and Board of Trustees of aid Village. Such allocations and eposlts shall be made on the first uslness day of each and every nonth as long as any of the bonds uthorlzed hereby, or the coupons ttached thereto shall remain out- landing and unpaid: (a) Into the account designated the "WATERWORKS AND SEWERAGE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE ACCOUNT" there shall be deposited a sum sufficient to pay the estimated cost of operating and maintaining the system In good repair and working order during the next ensuing month, In an efficient and economical manner. The term "cost of operating and maintaining the system In good repair and working order" shall mean the reasonable and necessary expenses of maintenance, repair and operation and shall include, without limiting the generality of the above, all ordinary and usual expenses of maintenance and repair (whether or not such expenses be annually recurring), all expenses Incurred In administration of the system, Insurance premiums, the fees of the paying agent designated for bonds authorized under Article 11 Dlvl- slon 139 of the "Illinois Municipal Code", and all expenses required to be paid by the Village under the terms of this Ordinance or by Law In connection with the operation, repair and maintenance of the system, but shall not Include any reserves for extraordinary expenses of maintenance or repair or for depreciation;' nor shall It Include any "Capital Expenditures". "Capital Expenditures" shall include any expenditures made for exten- •Ions, additions, Improvements, renewals or replacements (other than ordinary maintenance and re pairs) acquired or constructed for the purpose of preserving, extend Ing, enlarging or Improving the system or for reducing operation costs thereof. (b) Into the account designated the "WATERWORKS AND SEW ERAGE INTEREST AND RE DEMPTION ACCOUNT" there shall be deposited in each month sums at least equal to one-sixth (l/6th) of the amount of Interes that will come due on alt bonds then outstanding on the then nex Interest payment date, occurring after the date of said deposit plus one-twelfth (l/12th) of the amount of principal that will come due on said bonds on the then next maturity date occurring after the date of said deposit. Sums In this account shall be used only for the payment of the principal of and the Interest on the bonds author Ized hereby, as the same shal come due, (c) Into the account designated the "WATERWORKS AND SEW ERAGE DEPRECIATION AC COUNT" the additional monthly sum of $90.00, together with the monthly sums of $300.00 provided by Ordinances No. 251 and No. 267 until the sum of $35,000.00 shal have been accumulated In said ac count. If said account should thereafter be depleted for any cause, including payments there from made In accordance with this Ordinance, then such monthly de posits In the aggregate amount o $390.00 a month shall be resumed until said account shall have been restored to the sum of $35,000.00 Sums In said account shall be ex pended only for unusual and ex traordlnary repairs and replace ments of the Waterworks and Sewerage System, for emergency expenses of said system, and for principal and Interest when neces sary. (d) Into the account deslgnatec the "WATERWORKS AND SEW ERAGE BOND RESERVE AC COUNT" there shall be deposltec the additional monthly sum of $50.00, together with the monthly sum of at least $225.00 provided by said Ordinances No. 251 and No 267. Such deposits shall commence upon the first business day of the first month following the delivery of the bonds authorized hereby and shall continue throughout the life of the bonds. Sums In the Reserve Account shall be disbursed only for the payment of bonds payable solely from the revenues of said Combined System, or the In terest thereon, and then only when and to the extent that other funds are not available for the purpose Should any additional Waterworks and Sewerage Revenue bonds be Issued on a parity with the bonds herein. authorized, the Reserves Account shall then be Increasec and maintained In direct proper tlon to the amount of addltlona bonds Issued. Provided, however, that whenever the amount In this Reserve Account shall equal or exceed $29,000.00, and bonds authorized hereby and by said Ordinances No. 251 and No. 267 shall then be callable, the excess over $5,000.0( shall be used to call In, pay, and redeem bonds authorized by said Ordinances and It shall be the mandatory duty of the Board of Trustees of the Village of Bethalto to call In, pay and redeem upon the next Interest payment date, sufficient bonds of the Issues authorized to exhaust surplus over $5,000.00. It is, however, the intent of this provision that the sum In the Reserve Account shall not be reduced below the sum of $5,000.00 by the call of bonds prior to their maturity, but that said sum of $5,000.00 shall be held as a reserve for the payment of maturing bonds so authorized or the interest thereon when other funds are insufficient for that purpose. (e) Into the account designated the "WATERWORKS AND SEWERAGE CONTINGENT ACCOUNT" there shall be deposited all remaining funds until the sum of $8,000.00 shall have accumulated in said account. Said account shall be held and used only for unforeseen deficits or expenses in the operation of the Waterworks and Sewerage System, or for the payment of bonds payable solely from the revenues of said Combined System, or the Interest thereon and then only when and to the extent that other funds are not available for the purpose. If this account should be depleted then It shall again be restored in the foregoing manner until said ac count shall again stand at the sum of $8,000.00. Any surplus remaining In the Wa terworks and Sewerage Fund after making all deposits Into the above accounts (a), (b), (c), (d), and (e) required by this Ordinance, and only after all deficiencies and depletions have been replaced, may be used for any purpose permitted by law. SECTION 14: That the amounts to be set aside for the payment of the bonds authorized by Ordinances No 251 and No. 267 and of the bonds authorized hereby and deposited in the Waterworks and Sewerage Inter est and Redemption Account are de Glared to be as follows: H OS" S a| ! > s« r dz> .. .S «§ 1963 $22,290.00 $ 6,000.00 $28,290.00 1964 23,080.00 17,000.00 40,080.00 1965 22,840.00 16,800.00 39,640.00 1966 22,600.00 16,600.00 39,200.00 1967 22,360.00 16,400.00 38,760.00 1968 23,120.00 16,200.00 39,320.00 1969 22,850.00 16,000.00 38,850.00 970 23,580.00 15,800.00 39,380.00 1971 23.105.00 15,600.00 38,705.00 972 22,630.00 15.400.00 38,030.00 1973 23,155.00 15,200.00 38,355.00 974 23,632.50 15,000.00 38,632.50 975 22,992.50 14,800.00 37,792.50 1976 23,492.50 14,600.00 38,092.50 977 23,875 00 14,400.00 38,275.00 1978 22,257.50 14.200.00 36,457.50 [979 22,640 00 14,000.00 36,640.00 :980 22,975.00 13,800.00 36,775.00 981 23,212.50 13.600.00 36,812.50 982 22.502.50 13,400.00 35,902.50 983 22,742.50 13,200.00 35,942.50 984 22,935.00 13,000.00 35,935.00 985 19,080.00 12,800.00 31,880.00 986 18.442.50 12,600.00 31,042.50 987 17,805.00 12,400.00 30,205.00 988 17,167.50 12.200.00 29,367.50 989 16,530.00 12,000.00 28,530.00 990 15.892.50 11,800.00 27,692.50 991 6,255.00 21,600.00 27,855.00 992 31.000.00 31,000.00 993 30,000.00 30,000.00 994 29,000.00 29,000.00 995 28,000,00 28,000.00 9!)6 27,000.00 27,000.00 997 26,000.00 26,000.00 f all bonds authorized hereunder >e not Issued, or if some of the jonds be retired before maturity, hen the amounts to be deposited as above stated shall be correspond- ngly reduced. No error In stating he amounts due in any year shall mpalr the obligation upon said Village to deposit In said account urns sufficient to pay prompely all >onds and the Interest thereon. SECTION 15: That If the revenues derived from the operation of the Waterworks and Sewerage System should be insufficient at any time o make payments or deposits required by Section 13 of this Ordinance, the deficiency shall be made good by additional payments to be nade out of the first available •evenues of said system received dui-lnu any succueding month or months. Whenever and as long as sums actually on deposit In the Waterworks and Sewerage Interest and Redemption Account and In the Waterworks and Sewerage Bond Re- erve Account, together, shall equal he principal amount of all outstanding bonds plus the amount of all Interest due thereon until the respective maturity dates of all uch bonds, then no further deposits need be made into said ccounts. SECTION 16: That all revenues jf the Waterworks and Sewerage System shall be deposited as re- eived with a bank or trust company o be designated by the Board of Trustees. Such deposits shall be ubject to the provisions of Article i, Division 11, Section 3 of the 'Illinois Municipal code". The bank n which said deposits are held hall be a member of the Federal )eposlt Insurance Corporation. All uch deposits shall be held by the mnk In an account separate and listinct (rom all other accounts, urns held In the Waterworks and iewerugc Depreciation Account, In he Waterworks und Sewerage Bond Reserve Account;, and in the Waterworks and Sewerage Contingent Account may be held by the Village a-s a cash deposit or may be Invested pursuant to "An Act Author- zing the Investment of Public Funds, etc," approved July 23, 1943. Illnols Revised Statute, Chapter (B. Sections 29 to 33, inclusive, which investments shall, however mature within 10 years of the time such Investments are made. SECTION 17: That all covenants nnd agreements set out In Section 15 of Ordinance No. 251 shall be binding on the Village of Bethnlto Illinois, for the benefit of the holders of bonds authorized hereby and are hereby adopted and Incorp orated herein by reference. SECTION 18: That any holder of n bond or bonds or any of the coupons of any bonds or bonds Issued hereunder may. either In law or equity, by suit, mandamus or other proceedings, enforce or compel performance of all duties required by this Ordinance. Includ Ing the making and collecting o! sufficient rates for water and sewerage service and application of the income and revenue there from. SECTION 19: That from and after the delivery of the bonds authorized hereby no further bonds which by their terms shall have parity shall be issued or obligations incurred by said Village which are In whole or In part payable from or chargeable to the revenues derived or to be derived from the operation of said Combined Waterworks and Sewerage System (except obligations Incurred In the operation and maintenance thereof) except upon compliance with the conditions set out In Paragraphs I, II, III and IV of Section 17 of said Ordinance No. 251, which is Incorporated herein by reference, except, however, the sum of $3,600.00 provided to be deposited in the Depreciation Account In Paragraph I (b) shall be $4.500.00 as set out in this Ordinance. SECTION 20: That all covenants and agreements set out In Section 18 of said Ordinance No. 251 shall be binding on the Village ol Bethalto, Illinois, for the benefit ol the holders of the bonds authorized hereby and are adopted and Incorporated herein by reference. SECTION 21: That all bonds Issued hereunder, together with the bonds authorized by said Ordinances No. 251 and No. 267, shall be payable equally and ratably, without regard to the date when said bonds shall actually be delivered, and shall enjoy parity of lien, one with the other, upon the revenues of said Combined Waterworks and Sewerage System. SECTION 22: That the customary charges, if any, of the paying agent for its services and responsibility In paying the principal of and the Interest on the bonds authorized hereby shall be paid promptly to uald paying agent from the Water works and Sewerage Fund. SECTION 23: That when the bonds authorized hereby shall have been prepared and executed, they shall be lodged with the Village Treasurer, who shall deliver them to the purchaser thereof, Fusz- Schmelzle & Co., St. Louis, Missouri, upon payment of the purchase price in accordance with the contract for the sale of said bonds heretofore made by the Board of Trustees, which is hereby ratified and confirmed. The Treasurer is hereby authorized to accept pay ment of the proceeds of said bonds which shall be deposited in bank Ing institutions which are members of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, and the amount of each such deposit shall be subject to the provisions of Article 3, Division 10 Section 3 of "The Illinois Municipal Code." The amount of the proceeds of the bonds so deposited in said bank shall be held in bank accounts separate and distinct from all other bank accounts of the Village, which shall be designated as the "SEWER CON STRUCTION ACCOUNT." SECTION 24: Disbursements from the SEWER CONSTRUCTION ACCOUNT shall be made only for the purpose of constructing the Improvements and extensions to the Waterworks and Sewerage System contemplated by this Ordinance. Such disbursements shall be made only upon order of the Board of Trustees and pursuant to a certificate of the engineer charged with the supervision of the improvement. Such certificate shall state: (a) That the work done or the materials obtained were within the contract or contracts for the construction of the Improvements (if such work was done or materials and supplies obtained under a contract), or that the work which was done or the materials or supplies obtained were within the scope of the contemplated improvement; (b) That the work done or the materials or supplies obtained meet all the requirements of the contract (if such work was done or materials supplied under contract), or that such work was done in an efficient and workmanlike manner, or that such supplies or materials are of proper quality: (c) That the amount to be paid is within the contract prite (if such work was done or materials or supplies obtained under contract), or that it is a reasonable value of such work, material or supplies; (d) Whether the funds remaining in the Waterworks and Sewerage Construction Account will suffice to complete the construction of the proposed improvements and extensions. Nothing in this section shall be construed to prevent the payment of all costs and expenses in connection with the issuance of bonds without such certificate of the engineer. SECTION 25: In determining the amount of the Treasurer's Bond, the Corporate Authorities of the Village '" estimating the largest amount in which will be In the" TreasurVr's custody, shall include the amount of the revenue of the Combined Waterworks and Sewerage 1 System, which will be received and held by him SECTION 26: That if any section paragraph, clause or provision 01 this ordinance shall be held invalid the Invalidity of such section para graph, clause or provision shall not affect any other provision of this ordinance. SECTION 27: That all ordinances or resolutions In conflict herewith shall be and are hereby repealed to the extent of such conflict SECTION 28: That this ordinance, within ten (10) days after Its passage, shall be published once In the Alton Evening Telegraph, a newspaper having a general circulation In :he Village of Bethalto, Illinois, there being no newspaper published and of general circulation in the Village of Bethalto, and if no petition is filed with the Clerk of said Village within 1 Twenty-one (21) days after lublicatlon of this ordinance, signed by fifteen per centum (15%) of the number of electors who voted for President of said Village at the last general municipal election preceding :he passage of this Ordinance, ask- ng that the question of Improving and extending said Combined Waterworks and Sewerage System, as provided by this Ordinance, and the Uiestion of the issuance of revenue bonds therefor, be submitted to the electors of said Village, then this Ordinance shall be In full force and effect after the expiration of said :ime. PASSED AND APPROVED June 3, 1963. ERWIN PLEGGE President, Board of Trustees ATTEST: Wm. Doerr, Village Clerk Lew Burdette Up for Sale; Oriole Bound? NEW YORK (AP) - Lew Burdette, veteran Milwaukee pitcher and a two-time 20-game winner, is up for sale despite denials by Braves' officials. The Associated Press learned Friday night that the 36-year-old •ight-hander had been placed on vaivers by the Braves but was quickly taken off the list when IB was claimed by the St. Luui.s Cardinals. The Braves apparently had )laced Burdette on waivers to try and get him out of the league, presumably to Baltimore's Amer- can League pennant hopefuls. Braves General Manager John rtcHale denied Burdette was headed for the Orioles. * t' Church Group Wants Limit on Package Stores EAST ALTON — Several church people, who were passing out literature protesting the addition o additional package liquor store! in the village, disbanded Friday night after a store official pro tested to police. The literature was being passec out in front of Gasen's Drug Store in the Wilshire Mall Shopping Center. Chief of Police Harold Riggins who spoke to the protestors, said they planned to seek legal ad vice before resuming their cam paign. East Alton's liquor ordinance will likely be revised in the near future and the church group wants the limit of package stores sel at four. Purse Stolen EAST ALTON — A purse and contents valued at $131 was stolen from a clerk at P. N. Hirsch Stoiv in the Wilshire Mall Shopping Center Friday night, police report ed. Mrs. Thelma Arnold, clerk, told police that she left the purse un der a counter from about 8:40 to 9 p.m. The purse was gone when she returned to the counter, she stated. Californians Bid Farewell To Nixon LOS ANGELES (AP) - Tt was almost a picnic compared to Richard M. Nixon's last public farewell appearance in Los Angeles. The menu was cold cuts and potato salad. About 1,300 civic leaders had chipped in to buy the guest of honor a color television- stereo set. An emcee got in some gentle jibes. And the former vice president now 50, told the crowd: "My heart will always be in California." The occasion was a $6-a-plate farewell luncheon Friday for Nixon and his wife, Pat, who have moved to New York. The tone of the affair was in marked contrast to Nixon's bitter farewell press conference last November when he lost his bid for election as governor of California A sentimental Nixon addressee the luncheon crowd: "One mus wait for the evening to see wha a splendid day it has been," h said paraphrasing Sophocles. "I am only 50, and there is much ahead before the evening but one need not wait for it to know what a splendid day it has been for us." Kentucky Seen As Leader in Racial Progress LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Kentucky was one of the first states where major racial violence flared after the 1954 Supreme Court de- egregation decision. Today il probably leads the South in racia progress. In the seven years since then Gov. A. B. Chandler called out the National Guard to cope with school disorders at Clay and Sturgis, segregation barriers have been lowered with comparative ease. A major achievement was pns- sage at Louisville, the state's largest city, of an ordinance banning discrimination in public accommodations. Another milestone was Gov. Bert Combs' adoption of a code prohibiting discrimination in state ;overnment and a notice by Combs that contractors doing Business with the state must prac- :ice fair employment. There has been constant blur- 'ing or erasure of racial lines in schools, businesses, housing and Darks throughout the state. Combs says that a proposal to )an public accommodations discrimination everywhere in the state will be handed to the 1964 legislature or to a special session this year. PROBABLE PITCHERS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Minnesota (Pascual 7-5) at Los Angeles (Osinski 4-1) N. Chicago (Fisher 5-6) at Kansas :ity (Bowsfield 3-5) N. New York (Terry 6-5) at De- :roit (Mossi 3-2) N. Cleveland (Kralick 4-5) at Vashington (Daniels 0-2) N. Boston (Monbouquerte 6-4) at Baltimore (Barber 9-4) N. National League St. Louis (Broglio 5-2) at New York (Craig 2-8). Milwaukee (Lemaster 2-3) at Pittsburgh (Law 1-2). Cincinnati (Tsitouris 0-]) at Philadelphia (Mahaffey 2-7). Ix>s Angeles (Podres 3-5) at Chi•ago (Buhl 5-4). San Francisco (O'Dell 8-1) at Houston (Bruce 2-3) N. RANGOON — Burma has announced further railroad improvements. ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL — 6 8 10 INVITATION FOR BIDS The Madison County Housing Au thority will receive bids at Its Cen tral Office located at Market and Washington streets. Madison, 1111 nols. until 2:00 P.M.. C.D.S.T.. on the 20th day of June. I9fi3. for the supplying of an estimated quantity of 200,000 gallons of Propane Gas for delivery fo Project III. 15-4, I B. Curran Homes. Alton. Illinois, for a period of one year. For further information nnd spec! flcations contact: D. F. Braner. Executive Dl rector Madison County Hous Ing Authority 2 CARD OF THANKS 3 — JAMES A. JOHNSON—We would like to take this means of thank- Ing everyone who was so kind dur ing our recent bereavement. Marks Mortuary, St. Joseph's Hospital, Rev. Lafler. those who sent cards, flowers or assisted in every way. Wife, Mary 7 PERSONALS 7 — 6/21/63 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS — Help for the problem drinkers. Men and women. HO 5-1612. 7 — 8-24 ALL TYPES of confidential Investl gatlons. Downstate Investigation Service. Licensed and bonded. D A. Landers, AT 8-9155, Rt. 4. Ed- wardsvllle. 7 — 6-14 LICENSED DETECTIVE — Lega photography. '. E. Burt, 2006 Washington Ave.. Alton. 465-7350. 7 — TF — TU — TH — SAT RENT Cameras, proiectors, accessories. FOSTER'S DRUG STORE Alton's Photo Center, HO 5-2585 230 East Broadway, Alton 7 — 6-19 TRY DIADAX TABLETS — (form erly Dex-A-Dlet). New name, same formula, only 98c. Honke Pharmacy. SOCIETIES :nd LODGES 11 PIASA LODGE No. 27, A.F.&A.M Special meeting, Tues., June 11 7:30 p.m. Grand lectures club wll exemplify M.M. degree. Visiting brethren welcome. Leo L. Larsh, W.M 9 — 10 ALTON SHRINE CLUB — Regular meeting Tuesday, June 11, 7:15 p. m. sharp. Alton - Wood River Sportsman's Club picnic ground area. Business session. Refresh ments. HARRIS L. BALL, Preslden 8 _ 8 . — CHARITY COURT No. 26—Stated meeting, Saturday. June 8, 7:30 p.m. Advance night. Mary Young, R.M 11 NOTICES 11 — TP FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE You can place your classHiec ad, classified kill or classifies corrections 24 hours a day SPEAK SLOWLY ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH NIGHT CLASSIFIED NUMBER HO 5-6511 5 P.M. TO 8 A.M. CALL HO 5-6511 DAYTIME 465-6641 HINTS ON USING ELECTRONIC AD TAKER: 1. GIVE YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS AND PHONE NUMBER. (Spell your name out). 2. BE SURE TO STATE THE NUMBER OF DAYS YOU DESIRE YOUR AD TO BE PUBLISHED. (IF YOU DO NOT TELL US WE WILL AUTOMATICALLY RUN THREE DAYS). 3. Speak slowly and distinctly. 4. Remember, this Is a mechanical device. It will answer your call and give you recorded instructions on what to do, but other than that cannot answer any questions. 11 — TF —WED & SAT »ET YOUR CAMERA NOW AND PAY LATER AT FOSTER'S DRUG STORE, 230 E. Broadway, Alton. 11 — LADY WHO BOUGHT slide projector can get misslnu part at 441 Bluff. 11 — 10 VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL—June 10-18, 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Free transportation. Call 254-0315. Central 4 Madison Church of Christ, Wood River. 11 — 6-21 WIRELESS INTERCOMS and Walkle Talkies for sale. For business or pleasure. Sales and Service. Phone HO 5-2421. Telegraph Want Ads "Click" FINANCIAL RELIABLE PARTY WANTED To service a route of do It yourself tube testing units handling fast moving R.C.A. and Sylvania radio and television tubes. Could net up to $520.00 oer month to start. Company trained experts, set up business for you. Wr furnish MACHINES and LOCATIONS. Cash Investment required from $1455.00 to $2910.00 for Inventory. Requirements 5 to 10 spare hours weekly; 2 references. Automobile and a sincere desire to no into a fast moving repeat business that is rapidly expanding itself throughout the country. Please do not answer unless fully qualified. For personal Interview in your city, write to Universal Electronic* Corp., 6635 Pelmar Blvd., University City 30. Mo. Include phone number In resume. ANNOUNCEMENTS HA RIDERS HA — 10 22 SITUATIONS WTD.—FEMALE RIDE WANTED—From Brown St., Alton, to McDonnell Aircraft. 7-4 Shift. HO 2-1B95. 11A — 11 RIDE WANTED—To Wood River, from North Alton. 8 to 5. 465-7600. 11A — 10 RfDE WANTED—Wood River to McDonnell Aircraft. 3-11:30 shift 254-1191. HA — 8 WANTED—Ride to Jefferson and Washington. St. Louis, from Hart ford. Hours 9 to 5:30. CL 4-2193 22 _ HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE Want* baby sitting by the week In Bethalto area. References. DU 4-4722. WANT BABY SITTING -• Exporl- enced. References. Good with children. Call CL 9-2573. 22 — 13 .. :-.'..WANTED — Typing at home. Reasonable rates. C*ll HO 5-9250 before 2 p.m. 22 — 12 WILL CARE FOR "HILDREN whll* mother works. 465-4015 EDUCATIONAL I2A INSTRUCTIONS 12A — 1 4 5 6 7 8 12 13 14 15 18 1920 21 22 26 MEN — GET THAT JOB OPERATING BULLDOZERS. Graders, Draglines, Backhoes, and Scrapers. Earn top wages. We will train you on our equipment. Call WY 4-0555. ASSOCIATED Heavy Equipment Schools. Inc. 311 N. Lindbergh. St. Louis 41, Mo. EMPLOYMENT 17 HELP WANTED —MALE 17 — 10 SINGLE MAN WITH CAR — For light delivery work. Apply In per son. Rlssi Studio. 217 W. 3rd 18 HELP WANTED—FEMALE 18 — 8 EXPERIENCED alteration lady, for ready-to-wear store. Write Box 520. care Alton Telegraph. 18 — 10 GENERAL OFFICE — 25-35. Good typist, nice telephone voice. Greater Alton Employment. 300 Piasa. 18 — 10 LADY TO LIVE WITH and care for elderly lady. HO 5-6330. 18 — 8 LADY. 16 OR OVER—Learn dining service and food preparation. Ph. 466-2950. Kentucky Home, Chautau qua, III. 18 — TF LOCAL FINANCIAL INSTITUTION desires a full time girl preferably with savings and loan or banking experience, under 35 years of age. Must be able to meet the public, be a good typist and have a working knowledge of shorthand. If Interest ed please apply in your own handwriting giving age, marital status, dependents, education, experience, etc., to Box 570. care the Alton Evening Telegraph. All replies will be strictly confidential. 18 — 8 PART • TIME BABY SITTER — CL 4-0451. 18 — 8 PHONE WORKER WANTED — Phone CL 4-9450 for Interview Monday after 8 a.m. 18 — 8 WANTED—Babysitter for shiftwork ers. Prefer stay. Call 466-2841. 18 — 8 REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE OF FICE needs girl, part time, preferably 4 hours per day, and with ex perience in insurance and book keeping. 25 to 35 years of age. Knowledge of shorthand helpful. Please write in own handwriting giving age, marital status, depend ents, experience, etc. to Box 530, care Alton Telegraph. All replies confidential. 18 — 10 REFINED LADY for housework In exclusive home, stay on place. Must have good references. Can be middleaged. HO 2-2167. IS — S- SECRETARY—For educational Instl tution. Experience preferred. Write Box 353, Alton, III, listing qualifications, experience, personal history, salary requirements, references. 18 — 10 STANLEY HOME PRODUCTS has opening for 3 dealers. Car neces sary. 466-1176. 18 — 8 WANTED—Woman to do light house work and help with Invalid. To stay if possible. Call CL 4-3331 or CL 4-1787. 18 — 16 WANTED — Baby sitter. HO 2-9489 18 — 16 WAITRESSES WANTED—Apply in person. Robby's Lounge, 290 E Elm. 19 HELP WTD., Male * Female 19 — 10 ACCOUNTANT—Draftsman trainee desk clerk, alteration lady, shoe salesman, bookkeepers, waitresses cooks. American Employment, 726 East Broadway. 19 — 12 ACCOUNTANT & BOOKKEEPER WANTED — Experience necessary Also wanted, trainees for terminal managers. Knowledge of transportation field helpful. Contact: Jack Short, Pre-Fab Transit Co., Farmer City, 111. 19 — 7/2/63 1TRAWBERRY PICKERS — Apply Brand Strawberry Field, Brighton, FRontier 2-3419, FRontler 2-3745. 19 — 10 STUDENTS EARN UP TO $10 A DAY and have your vacation also. Apply Rissi Studio, 217 W. 3rd 19—8 WANTED—Secretary, experienced. Draftsman, permanent, college drafting desirable. Journeyman electricians. Alteration lady, expe rienced. Plumber, experienced. Journeyman machinists. Cost ac countant, degree, accounting major. Practical nurse, Illinois license required. Waitresses, expert enced, own transportation. APPLY IN PERSON ILLINOIS STATE EM PLOYMENT SERVICE, 87 HENRY ST., ALTON NO FEE CHARGED. 19 — 11 WANTED—Someone to patch men's heavy duty work clothes. Write Box 550 % Alton Telegraph. I»A SALESLADIES 9A — 4 LADIES NEEDED for obtaining permission to ship on approval, a product used by every member of family. For Interview, see Mr. Haley, Mineral Springs Hotel, June 10, 6-9 p.m. 20 SALESMEN 20 — 8 AUTO SALESMAN WANTED—Sell Buick, Oldsmobile, Pontlac, CMC trucks. Over 60 used cars. Don't apply unless you are capable of making a minimum of $1,000 per month or more. See Mel Hurst, Hurst Motors. Inc.. Edwardsville. Illinois. 20 — 8 HIGH COMMISSION AND BONUS— Here's a marvelous opportunity to earn $100 to $300 weekly plus bonuses. 30 yea old company has part or full time openings. Contact business firms for their delinquent accounts. We do the collecting. Experience not necessary. We show you how. Permanent. Write Merchants Protective Agency, 1015 Walnut, Kansas City 6, Mo. i\ SITUATIONS WTD. — MALE 21 — 14 YARD AND DRIVEWAY WORK — Also weeds and grass mowed. 259-1567. Paul Melsenhelmer. EMPLOYMENT FINANCIAL 23 BUSINFSS OPPOR I UNITIES 23 — 14 BARBER SHOP MONTICELLO SHOPPING CENTER —Godfrey, III. Good opportunity for right man. Rent, lease or sell. FLanders 3-4000. 23 — 8 FOR SALE — Grocery store stock and fixtures. Reasonable. See Leona Gllllam, Fidelity, III 23 — 8 : NEW MICHIGAN BUSINESS guide. Lodges, farms, motels, restaurants, hundreds of profitable businesses. Send $1, PARTRIDGE. 1050 W. Huron. Pontlac Michigan. 23-8 :—. PAINT & HARDWARE STORE — With stock. New building. Phone 326-3341. 326-3171, Mulberry Grove, HI. 23 — 8 SEWERS WANTED IMMEDIATELY Work at home doing simple sewing. We supply materials and pay shipping both ways. Good rate of pay. Piece work. Apply. Dept. AD 435, Rox 7010. Adelaide Post Office, Toronto Ontario, Canada. PERSONAL SERVICE 10 DRESSMAKING—TAILORING 30 — 6-22 DRESSMAKING—Alterations, pants cuffed. Reasonable. References. In my home. CL 4-4034. 31 LAUNDERING 31 — 10 IRONINGS WANTED—Free pickup and delivery. Reference. HO 5-5949. BUSINESS SERVICE 12 BUS. ANNOUNCEMENTS 32 — 17 BUD'S WALL WASHING SERVICE — Also household maintenance. Worker Insured. Free estimates. 465-1659. 32 _ 6-21 FOR SALE—2-way radios. New and used units for your house, car, boat. Free FCC license. No exams. For business or pleasure. Guaranteed Installations. Cash or terms. HO 5-2421. 32 — 15 FURNACE CLEANING—HO 2-0125. 32 — 6-20 3UTTERING & SPOUTING — Duct work. White's Tin Shop. CL 9-2809. 32 — TF PARTS & SERVICE — Washing Machines and Vacuum Cleaners, 838 E. 7th — HO 2-4423 MIDDLECOFF'S FACTORY AUTHORIZED HOOVER CLEANER SERVICE 32 — 7/12 — REPAIRING & REMODELING Roofing, siding, additions, estimates. DU 4-9089—no answer CL 4-2303. 32 — 6/11 _ SWIMMING POOLS Chemicals, and pool equipment Dugger & Bailey. Contractors and Authorized Dealers, Incorporated. 384-4662. 254-2860. M BUILDING — CONTRACTING 33 — 6/15 A-l CARPENTER — Additions, remodeling, alum, siding, doors, windows, roofing, painting. Reasonable. 462-2901. 33 — 6-10 — BOB WOOD—Basement waterproofing & cement work of all kinds. 466-2407. 33 — 10 — CARPENTER REPAIR, block laying, concrete work, plumbing, new homes, painting. HO 5-2436. 33 — 6/27/63 CARPENTER WORK — Home improvements of all types. Experienced. DU 4-9290. 33 — 7-8 __ CARPENTER WORK — Patch plastering, roof repair, plumbing work, blocks laid and cement work. Also Interior and exterior painting. Call Charles Stormer. 466-1437 33 — 6-22 GUTTERING — Roofing, painting, odd jobs, repairs. Reasonable. Prompt service. 254-3649. 34 DECORATING 34 — 6-18 A-l PAPER HANGlNG—Save money. HO 5-8764. 34 — 7-4-63 BEST IN DECORATING—Painting, interior and exterior. Paper hanging and removal. Free estimates. Reasonable prices. 466-1134. 34 — 6/21/63 — _ PAINTING. PLASTERING—Remov- Ing wallpaper. No job too small. Free estimates. 466-2852. 462-9657. 34 — 6/12 - 63 PAINTING — Papering, remove paper with steamer. Work guaranteed. Kathryn Gayon, HO 5-6944. 34 — 6/25 , PLASTERING PAINTING. Wallpaper removing. Work guaranteed. Free estimates. Alton, East Alton, Wood River 254-8189. 38 FURNITURE WORK 36 — 7-5 WINCHESTER'S CUSTOM RE-UPHOLSTERING—132 E. Elm. Ph. 462-8235. 58 HUME BUILDING SERVICE 38 — 11 A-l CARPENTERS—Improvements of homes, old or new. Siding, roofing, repairs, painting, etc. Free estimates. HO 5-7991 or CL 9-6190. "CARPENTER WORK Repairing, remodeling, roofing, ild- 254-2303. Ing. No job too small. Estimate!. tt STORAGE — MOVING 40 — 6-12 Free Estimate Call HO 2-8240 PRES BELCHER Agent For VON DER AHE VAN LINES World Wide Movers 1018 Elliott Ave.. Alton, 111. REAL ESTATE Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily EDUCATIONAL JOBS IN DEMAND! Leurn TOOL & DIE MAKING-DESIGN ENGINEERING DRAFTING AIR CONDIT1ON1NG-REFR1G. AUTO MECHANICS Employ. Aid Even While Learning. Phone Allied Institute 482-1727 or Write Box 1090, care Alton Telegraph ANNOUNCEMENTS PEST CONTROL ONLY ONE DOLLAR PER ROOM eliminates roaches, spiders, water bugs, silver fish, ant* and other household pests. All Wotk Guaranteed DON'T DELAY CALL TODAY CALL 462-3678 Bufloeii Eitabllibmtutf Eitlmated Fr«« By Owner—North Alton New S bedroom brick. My loss is your gain. $16,900 465-9302 MISC. FOR SALE GRASS CARPET MEYER ZOYSIA if Emerald Green at 100° if Grows in Any Soil if Needs Va Less Cutting * Needs >/3 Less Water if Water and Crabgrass and Weeds Are Eliminated Plant Big 2f Plugs Eviry Sq, Ft. Morning Stir Nursery HO 5-3292 Hoffman Supply HO 5-5232 Piasa Nuriiry 4*6-1955 PLANTING PLUGGIRS FOR HINT

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