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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 22

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ALTON EVENING NO. «f8 AN OftblNANCE FOR THE LEVY AND ASSESSMENT OF fA?tKS.FOR THE FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING ON THF FlfcST DAY OF MAY» A. £>., 1963 AND ENDING ON THE THlfctEENTH DAY OF APRIL, A. D., 1964. BE IT ORDAINED feY THE PRESIDENT AND BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE VILLAGE OF EAST ALTON, ILLINOIS SECTION 1. That the sum of Orie Hundred Fifteen Thousam ($115,000.00) Dollars, same being the amount to be collected for the general corporate purposes from a general tax levy of the current fiscal year, be and the same Is hereby levlcc ahd assessed as a general tax levy on all the real and persona property Within the said Village, subject to taxation according to the value of said property, within said Village as same Is assessed for State and County purposes, for the current year, the SSJd tax 'SO levied and assessed being for the fiscal year of said Village from May 1, 1963 and ending April 30, 1964. The 'total amount of appropriation made by said Village to be collected from said tax levy, being in detail as follows: Amount Amount Appropriated Levied General and Related Funds 1, Salaries of Village Officials: Village President Village Clerk Clerk Hire Stenographic Hire Village Attorney Necessary expenses incurred by the Village attorney in the performance of their duties Village Trustees Necessary expenses Incurred by the Village Officals in the performance of their duties Health Officer Village Treasurer President's Secretary Public Relations Fund Total 2. Street and Alley Department: Wages Insect Spray Material , Repair of Sidewalks Total 8. Police Department: Fire and Police Commissioners Salaries Fire and Police Commissioner Expenses Fire and Police Commissioners Supplies Salaries and Wages Maintenance of Vehicles Maintenance and Rental of Radio Equipment Meals for Prisoners Disposal of Stray Dogs Telephone Expense New Equipment Supplies and Uniforms Miscellaneous Expenses Total 4. Village Sewer Department: Salares and Wages Materials Repairs' Supplies New Equipment Construction Inspector Total 5. Public Buildings: Salaries Building Supplies Heating of Public Buildings Maintenance of Public Buildings New Equipment Repairs of Public Buildings Total 6. Fire Department Fund No. 1 Salaries 7. General Administration: Insurance Premiums Bond Premiums Printing and Publishing Auditing Dues, Illinois Municipal League Office Supplies Postage Repairs to Office Equipment Telephone Heating of Public Buildings Traveling Expenses incurred by the Village President in the performance of his duties • Liquor .Commissioner's Expense Total 8. Light Funds: Lights 9. General Elections: Salaries of Election Officials Supplies Total 2,400.00 4,350.00 1,931.00 3,600.00 1,800.00 2,400.00 4,320.00 2,400,00 50.00 2,950.75 1,200.00 1,500.00 1.843.00 3,340.00 1,483.00 2,764.00 1,382.00 1,843.00 3,317.00 1,843.00 38.00 2,265.00 921.00 -0 $ 26,801.75 $ 19,426.00 $ 1,500.00 $ 1,152.00 200.00 153.00 500.00 384.00 $ 2,200.00 $ 1,689.00 $ 420.00 365.00 50.00 55,000.00 3,000.00 1,400.00 150.00 600.00 100.00 2,000.00 1,700.00 200.00 $ 300.00 280.00 38.00 42,240.00 2,304.00 1,075.00 115.00 460.00 76.00 1,536.00 1,305.00 -0$ 64,985.00 $ 49,729.00 5 1,000.00 500.00 1,000.00 500.00 1,000.00 6,000.00 768.00 384.00 768.00 384.00 768.00 4,608.00 $ 10,000.00 $ 7,680.00 5 8,800.00 1,200.00 1,000.00 2,000.00 -0439.00 $ 8,800.00 1,200.00 1,000.00 2,000.00 500.00 4,000.00 $ 17,500.00 $ 5^)00.00 $ 4,800.00 700.00 5,000.00 600.00 250.00 1,500.00 $ 250.00 150.00 150.00 1,00.00 2,400.00 1,200.00 $ 17,750.00 ? 10,865.00 $ 10,000.00 $ 7,680.00 $ 13,439.00 $ 3,840.00 $ 3,686.00 537.00 3,840.00 460.00 192.00 1,152.00 $ 192.00 115.00 115.00 1,000.00 -0-0- 650.00 $ 200.00 499.00 153.00 850.00 $ 652.00 TOTAL GENERAL AND RELATED FUNDS PARAGRAPHS 1 TO 9 INCLUSIVE, SECTION 1. $155,086.75 $115.000.00 SECTION. 2 Special Tax Fund 1. Garbage: Contract Hauling Wages Truck Expense Total 2. Playground and Recreation: Directors and Supervisors Salaries Wages for Maintenance Electric Lights Electric Repairs Playground Supplies Maintenance Improvement to Grounds New Equipment Insurance Premium Telephone Water Purchase Total 3. Public Benefit Fund: To pay the portion of assessment assessed against the Village for Public Benefits 4. Street and Bridge Fund: Salaries and Wages for Streets Salaries and Wages for Bridges Maintenance Materials for Streets Maintenance Material for Bridges Maintenance of Equipment Repairs to Sidewalks Gasoline and Oil Tools Supplies Engineering Fees Radio Rental Total Estimated Amount received from the Township Road and Bridge Fund Balance Appropriated for the foregoing Street and Bridge purposes from the •pecial tax (provided In Illinois Revised Statute In Chapter 24, Paragraphs 696 and 696A) 5. Public Library: Books, Magazines and Papers Custodians Salary Fixtures Salaries of Librarian & Assistant Electricity Heat Telephone Auditing -/> Repairs and Redecorating 7 Rent for Library Building Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund Insurance Totals 6. ppeolal Fire Fund (No. 2>: Salaries Fire Call?, Volunteer Department Supplies Repairs to Equipment Gaeolijie and Oil Uniforms Maintenance of Radio Amount Amount Appropriated Levied $ 26,000.00 $ 26,000.00 1,200.00 1,200.00 300.00 300.00 $ 27,500.00 $ 27,500.00 5,000.00 1,800.00 650.00 400.00 1,300.00 900.00 8,200.00 1,000.00 400.00 150.00 200.00 5,000.00 1,800.00 650.00 400.00 1,300.00 900.00 4,200.00 1,000.00 400.00 150.00 200.00 $ 20,000.00 $ 16,000.00 $ 600.00 $ -0- $ 18,000.00 50.00 9,850.00 50.00 2,000.00 1,500.00 800.00 250.00 500.00 1,500.00 250.00 $ 10,229.00 28.00 5,597.00 28.00 1,136.00 852.00 454.00 142,00 280.00 862.00 142.00 $ 34,750.00 $ 19,750.00 .15,000.00 $ 19,750.00 $ 6,000,00 1,700.00 1,000.00 11,000.00 550.00 350.00 200.00 300.00 1,500.00 3,000,00 800.00 1,800.00 400.00 $ 3,700.00 1,700.00 -0 11,000,00 550.00 350,00 200.00 300.00 •0 3,000.00 .0 1,800.00 400.0C $ 28,600.00 $ 23,000.0( $ 19,000.00 2,500.00 600.00 1,000.00 300,00 500,00 300.00 2,900,00 f gl,?OQ,QO $ 19,000.01 2.&OO.OC 600.0C 1,000,0 300.0( 500,0 300.0 8.QOQ.O Littes tit Jersey Hold Up Work on Streets JERSEYVILLE - Commission- !r of Streets James L. Coombes reported Thursday that streets where gas mains are being Installed will not be asphalted uh- 1 tap ons have been completed, In order to make taps for each louse using natural gas, it is necessary to excavate a hole large enough for a man with welding equipment to work in. After this vork has been completed, the damage to the streets will be repaired and restored to their former condition, Fife Destroys Cat 4 fll Jersey JERSEYVILLE- A i960 Dodge automobile owned by John Maholland was destroyed by a fire of unknown origin about 11:15 p.m. Friday while parked in front of their home at 309 \V. Mulbei ry St. Mr. and Mrs. Maholland had been out in the car and had re turned home shortly before tho blaze was discovered. Mr. Maholland hapened to look out the window and saw the car engulfed by fire. He called the fire depart ment but the vehicle was a total loss. Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund: Village's Share of Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund $ Civilian Defense: Directors Salary $ Expenses of Director and Committee Supplies Equipment Gasoline and Oil Radio. Rental Uniforms Maintenance of Equipment Clerical Hire Wages Truck Expense 9,000.00 $ 9,000.00 600.00 600.00 500.00 4,100.00 50.00 450.00 500.00 500.00 200.00 200.00 200.00 $ 600.00 600.00 500.00 1,200.00 50.00 450.00 500.00 500.00 200.00 200.00 200.00 Total I. Community Building Fund: Activities Fund Equipment General Repairs Insurance Maintenance Salaries Community Building's Share of Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund Supplies Heating Electricity Telephone Total 0. Firemen's Pension Fund: Funds Necessary to establish statutory reserve Funds necessary to pay annuitants Total 1. Police Pension Fund: Funds necessary to establish statutory reserve $ 7,900.00 $ 5,000.00 925.00 1,300.00 3;302.77 750.00 300.00 13,700.00 1,600.00 850.00 900.00 450.00 300.00 925.00 1,300.00 1,425.00 750.00 300.00 13,700.00 1,600.00 850.00 900,00 450.00 300.00 24,377.77 $ 22;500.00 400.00 2,600.00 400.00 2,600.00 $ 3,000.00 3,000.00 $ 2,000.00 $ 2,000.00 TOTAL SPECIAL FUNDS, PARAGRAPH 1 to 11, NCLUSIVE, SECTION 2 $168,927.77 $153,950.00 SECTION 3. That said appropriation were duly made by Ordinance No. !71 of said Village, passed and approved on the 6th day of June, A.D., 1963 and legally published in the Alton Evening Telegraph n the 7th day of June, A. D., 1963, a newspaper with a general irculation within the Village, and now there being no news- aper published in the Village, and now being in full force and ffect and on file with the Clerk of said Village. SECTION 4. The aforesaid sum of One Hundred Fifteen Thousand $115,000.00) Dollars is hereby levied as a corporation tax on he Village of East Alton, to, be applied when collected among he respective funds as itemized in Section 1 hereof; excepting he amount appropriated for Garbage (for the collection and lisposal of garbage) and excepting the amount appropriated for 'layground and Recreation (for the operation and maintenance f the Playground and Recreation Center); and excepting the amount appropriated for Street and Bridge (for the improvement, maintenance and repairs of streets); and excepting the mount appropriated for Public Library (for the operation and maintenance of a public library); and excepting the amount appropriated for Special Fire Fund No. 2 (for the operation and maintenance of the fire department) and excepting the amount appropriated for Civilian Defense ( for supplies and equipment used for Civilian Defense); and excepting the amount approp- iated for Community Building (for the operation and main- enance of a community building); and excepting the amount appropriated for the Police Pension Fund (for pensions for etired police officers); and excepting the amount appropriated or Fire Pension Fund (for pensions of retired firemen). Section 5. That the sum of Twenty-seven Thousand Five Hundred $27,500.00) Dollars is hereby levied upon all taxable property n said Village and shall not be included in the aggregate amount of tax as limited by statute, but be in addition thereto, and when collected to be applied upon the amount appropriated as aforesaid for the collection or disposal of garbage heretofore estab- ished in said Village, to be known as the Garbage Fund as provided by Ordinance; and the sum of Sixteen Thousand ($16,)00.00) Dollars, is hereby levied upon all taxable property in said Village and shall not be included in the aggregate amount of tax as limited by statute, but in addition thereto, and when collected to be applied upon the amount appropriated as aforesaid for the operation and maintenance of the playground ahd •ecreation center, heretofore established in said Village, to be known as the Playground Recreation Fund as provided by Ordinance; and the sum of Nineteen Thousand Seven Hundred Fifty ($19,750.00) Dollars, is hereby levied upon all taxable property in said Village and shall not be included in the aggregate amount of tax as limited by statute, but be in addition thereto, and when collected to be applied upon the amount appropriated as aforesaid for the improvement, maintenance and repairs of streets in said Village, to be known as Street and Bridge Fund as provided by Ordinance; and the sum of Twenty-three Thousand ($23,000.00) Dollars, is hereby levied upon all taxable property in said Village and shall not be included in the aggregate amount of tax as limited by statute, but in addition thereto, and when collected to be applied upon the amount appropriated as aforesaid for the operation and maintenance of a public library, Heretofore established in said Village, to be known as the Library Maintenance Fund as provided by Ordinance; and the sum of Twenty-Six Thousand Two Hundred ($26,200.00) Dollars, is lereby levied upon all taxable property in said Village and shall not be included in the aggregate amount of tax as limited by statute, but in addition therein, and when collected to be applied upon the amount appropriated as aforesaid for the operation and maintenance ol a fire department, heretofore established in said Village, to be known as Special Fire Fund No. 2, as provided by Ordinance; and the sum of Five Thousand ($5,000.00) Dollars, is hereby levied upon all taxable property in said Village, and shall not be included in the aggregate amount of tax as limited by statute, but be in addition thereto, and when collected to be applied upon the amount appropriated as aforesaid for supplies and equipment for Civilian Defense Fund as provided by Ordinance; and the sum of Twenty-two Thousand Five Hundred ($22,500.00) Dollars is hereby levied upon all taxable property in said Village and .shall not be included in the aggregate amount of tax as limited by statute, but be in addition thereto, and when collected to be applied upon the amount appropriated as aforesaid for the Community Building for the operation and maintenance of a community building to be known as the Community Building Fund as provided by Ordinance; and the sum of Three Thousand ($3,000.00) Dollars is hereby levied upon all taxable property in said Village and shall not be incucled in the aggregate amount of tax as limited by statute, but in addition therein, and when collected to be applied upon the amount appropriated as aforesaid for the pension fund for the retirement and other benefit of employees in the Fire Department to be knosvn as the Firemen's Pension Fund as provided by Ordinance; and the sum of Two Thousand ($2,000,00) Dollars is hereby levied upon all taxable property in said Village and shall not be included in the aggregate amount of tax as limited by statute, but in addition therein, and when collected to be applied upon the amount appropriated as aforesaid for the Pension Fund for the retirement and other benefits of employees in the Police Department; to be known as Police Pension Fund, as provided by Ordinance. Section 6 The Village Clerk is hereby authorized and directed to promptly file a certified copy of this Ordinance duly certified by him under his hand as Village Clerk and the Corporate Seal of the Village as being a true and correct copy ol this Ordinance, with the County Clerk of Madison County, Illinois, as provided by statute. SECTION 7, This Ordinance shall take effect and be In force ten days from and after Its legal passage, approval and publication, and shall be known and numbered as Ordinance No. 673 of the Village of East Alton, Illinois. Passed by the President and Board of Trustees of the Village of East Alton, Illinois, at a special meeting held on the 15th day of August, A.D. 1963. C. A. VANPRETER, President of the Board of Trustees of the Village of East Alton, Illinois. Approved by the President of the Board of Trustees of the Village of East Alton, Illinois, on the' 16th day of August, A.D., 1963, C. A. VANPRBTBR, Village of East Alton, Illinois. President of the Board of Trustees of the ATTEST! LAWRENCE DARK Village Clerk. (SEAL) PORTY ODD By Peg Bracken and Red Lull "Yes sir, Marv, swimming is one thing you can enjoy all your life." Recruiter Transferred 111 the Military S. Sgt. Dwayiie E. Donelson Air Force recruiter in Alton for the past four years, has been recently reassigned to Keesler Air Force Base, Miss. During his tour of duty here as a recruiter he enlisted more than 375 men and women into the Air Force, establishing a record number of enlistments foi the local office. Sgt. Donelson, a nine year Air Force veteran has also served in New York, Texas, Nebraska, Labrador and Greenland. He holds the National Defense Service Ribbon, Air Force Good Conduct Award with three bronze loops and the Air Force Longevity Ribbon. Sgt. and Mrs. Donelson live at 112 E. Sherman St., Bethalto, with their three children. Sgt. Donelson is replaced at the recruiting office by T. Sgt. Berdette Hazelwonder who recently arrived from an assignment in Istanbul, Turkey. S. Sgt. Francis W. Dunham, son of Mrs. Emma L. Dunham, Fieldon, is one-meter diving in the Fort Leonard Wood swimming and diving meet earlier this month. Sgt. Dunham, 35, is a member of Company C, First Battalion, Fourth Training Regiment at Fort Leonard Wood and is a quarry supervisor. Several area men have recently completed special training courses in the armed forces. Some, who are being reassigned, include: T. Sgt. Leo M. Greear, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lon P. Greear of Worden, who completed a course for air armament mechanics at Lowery Air Force Base, to Kadena Air Base, Okinawa. A.3.C. Dan-el L. Emmons, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert P. Emmons of Brighton, who completed a course for aircraft mechanics at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, to Albrook AFB, Canal Zone. Army Pvt. Keith R. Bailey, son of Mr, and Mrs. Guy E. Bailey, 504 Mulberry, Jerseyville, qualified as expert in firing the M-60 machinegun at Fort Polk, La., where he has been receiving advanced infantry training. Marine John J. Palazzlo, son of Joseph R. Palazzlo, 52 D'Adrian Drive, Godfrey, is a recent graduate of summer Pla- toon Leaders Class at the Marine Corps Schools, Qunntico, Va. Ronald L. Isaacs, aviation fire control technician 3.C., USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie H. Isaacs of 217 Maple St., Roxana, com' pleted Aviation Electronics Intermediate School at the Naval Air Technical Training Center in Memphis. Two area personnel at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, have been reassigned to Amarillo AFB, Tex., for training as U. S. Air Force inventory specialists. They are: WAF Airman Gloria J. William's, 'whose guardian is Mrs. Anna A. Norman of Godfrey, and Airman Floyd W. Osborn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Delmar .Osborn, of 30,02 Edgewood Ave., Alton. Several other area men are npw in nine-week basic training at the Naval Training .Center, Great Lakes, 111. They include: Victor E. Henkliatis, son of Mr and Mrs. Cletus H. Henkhaus o 716 Royal St., Alton; Bob B. Beloit, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rober B. Beloit of 1902 N. Rodgers, Al ton; Emil A. Bertels, son of Mr and Mrs. Emil M. Bertels of 445 Milton Rd., Alton; and Samlc J Wooldrtdge, son of Mr. and Mrs James Wooldridge of 108 E. Maple St., Hartford. Dennis Gernon, son of Mr. anc Mrs. Al Gernon, 216 W. Hallei Dr., Rosewood Heights, is in basii training at the U.S. Naval Ai Corps Reserve Training Center a Memphis, Tenn. Two other area men have com pleted basic training recently They are: Stephen J. Hicks, fireman ap prentice, USN, son of Mrs. Mar garet R. Hicks, 439 Belleview Alton, at the Naval Submarine Base, New London, Groton, Conn, and Marine Private Clarence R Shaw, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- If you can repay $28.00* monthly... you can get $515,77 the minute youisantit Or, if you want cash an another amount , , , more or less ., , why not phone and tell us how much! If you prefer, stop jn. We'll be glad to help, •On 24 month repayment plan. Charge* are 3% on unpaid monthly balance up to $150, 2% per month on balances over .... . ... |gr m9n fa m $150 to HOP, and 1 balances over $300 to Beneficial Finance Co. of Chicago, Inc. 200 STATE ST. Phone: HO 2-9381 A!t«n, Illinois SYSTEM 40 cenvinlent afflljatiij gfflcti, gf ypur phone bggL Iftftt A. Shaw ol 2013 Breaker St., flri, at the Mafliie Recttllt Oepot San Diego, Calif. Among telegraph area fneti men .who participated Iti Swift Strike ill, a U. S. Strike Command exercise In Georgia and rth and South Carolina, ln : /olving more than t5,000 armed orces personnel, was Army Me. ,clnnd F, Leonard, son of Raymond L. Leonard, Edwardsvilie. The four-week mock war ended Friday. t)nnlpl W, ttaker, englncman J.C., USN, son of Mr. atid Mrs. Daniel Baker of 2526 Vaeger St., Alton, serving aboard the dock ending ship USS Fort Snelling, •eCently participated it) the search for the nuclear subma- Ine USS Thresher which was ost in the Atlantic in April. Other area personnel now serving in the armed services nclude: Clyde Jenkins Jr., postal clerk .C., USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. :!yde Jenkins Sr., of 51 Ridge St., Moro, aboard the fleet oiler USS Quadalupe off the Pacific coast; Marine Cpl. Charles O. Unit cock, son of Mrs. Jess L. Hancock of Moro, and Marine Pvt. l.C. Harry L. Jordan, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H.. Jordan, 2116 Country Club Dr., Alton, aboard Seventh Fleet ships in the Far 3ast with the Second Battalion, Third Regiment of the Third Marine .Division; Harold R. Ewcll, chief hospital corpsman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Ewell of 156 Edwards St., Cottage Hills, with the First Medical Battalion at Camp Pendelton, Calif.; Ronald A. Alford, air control- man 2.C., USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Myron A. Alford of 431% Keller St., Godfrey, aboard the antisubmarine warfare supporl aircraft carrier USS Hornet In [he .Pacific area; and Johfl L Qffty! boiler man 3.C., USN, spn of Mr, afid Mrs. John J. Gray of 305 E. Eighth St., Alton, aboard the ammunition ship U9S Shasta, operating out of Norfolk, Va. Two area men have recently been transferred overseas for duty, they are: Army Pvt, Nejgon OwlgRlnst son of Mr. afid Mrs. Harold Dwlggins, 639 E. Madison Ave., Wood River, to the Army Mlssle Base at Neckersul, Germany; and U. S. Air Force Sgt. Donald McCofntlck, to Japan. Mis Wife and five children will temporarily make their home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mitts 230 Maurice St., Aiton. Fair Fpaliirai Farhilliff PRAGUE — This year's trade fair in Czechoslovakia will feature a wide range of American and farm Implements and machines. Japan may buy more American cars. * AUdtt SJ^2!! New Books Available Ai Jersey Library JERSEYVlLLfi «• the .Jersey; ville Public Library has a mini- bor of new books for adults ready for distribution. Included In the list are the following; "Favorite of the Gods", Bedford; "Bride of Pendorrlc", Moll; "Caravan", MicheMdt; 'Road to Love", Caboti "Hero for Regis", Hoffcnberg! Far Side of Home", Davis; "Just Sally", Hancock; "Allen World", LU- kens; "Exile to the Stars", Miller; "My Love An Altar"; Sargent; "Joy In the Morning", Smith; "Agony and the Ecstasy," Stone; "Here Lies", Disney; "Close Her Blue Eyes", Hull; "Death and Circumstance", Waugh; "Last Stop", Tucker; "Apache Canyon", Garfield; "Follow The Free Wind", Bracket!; "Shackled Gun", Holmes; "Dogs A to Z", Megargce; "The White Nile," Moorhead. Hartmann's Annual Summer CLEARANCE NOW IN PROGRESS Savings in All Departments HflRTirmnns GIFTS AND JEWELRY SEVENTEEN EAST FERGUSON DOWNTOWN WOOD RIVER . WILSH1RE MALL EAST ALTON Next to Krogers DIAL CL 4-7189 BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIAL! $4.00 WORTH OF PROFESSIONAL DRY GLEANING SUITS-GOATS PANTS-DRESSES YOUR ENTIRE WARDROBE! TUES. • WED., AUG. 20 AND 21 DRAPES 25% OFF! f'4ftV***W" < f V s -—T« ', " ^ ,«BOTTLE '''3V* ; >- ''STERILIZER'^ <,AI'R'CONDITIONER R ECO R D'"PL AYER' REFRI6ERATOR ..... I I ^ '„ I...--- You pay only for the electricity you use. If your electric bill is high, you are using more electricity Reddy Kilowatt helps you live better electrically-dependable service Is his Job Changes in your habita affect your electric bill. You m&y have added new appjiancea, entertained oftener, discovered a new hobby, Or perhaps you remodeled or enlarged your home or moved into a new Qne, These or other changes are sometimes reflected 4n higher •lectric bills, KUpwatt does more and more in modem bprnea to help you live better, And the more he does, tht higher your service bill, Here are a few ways you can cut needless use of a valuable service; 1, Turn off radios when not in use, 2, Be sure your electric range la turned off when you finish cooking. 3, Keep motors clean and properly oiled, UNION ELECTRIC eyswess MANAQBB, INVESTOR QWNSQ, TWO MIUIQN people

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