f < J*AQE ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH TUESDAY, JULY 2, 1968 Concert Set July 4 at Wood River Bran Moolsh, manager of tt« Wood Rivet municipal band, has announced the weekly con cm will be presented at 8 p.m. Thursday in Belk Park father than the usual Wednesday performance in Wood Rivet Central Park. the musical program under the direction of Ken Smith will be a highlight of the Wood River observance of the Fourth of July which will be climaxed by a fireworks display at 9 p.m. in Belk park. .' Mrs. Cordelia Dillon will appear as guest soloist singing "Summertime" 'by Gershwin and other selections. Sousa numbers will be included in the variety program. Sun Tan Creme You'll own the richest tan in town when you own Bain de Soleil. It's got the golden touch. Four versions: Regular, White, Lotion, and Foam. EACH AT ALL FIVE STORES CITIZENS PROTEST — A group of irate Brighton residents are protesting a drainage ditch recently dug on property owned by Gene St. Cin and near the property line of James C. Jones. The protestors are fearful for the safety of children in the area. Angry Citizens Protest Ditcli In Subdivision at Brighton BRIGHTON — Angry residents of the Twin Acres subdivision appeared at the Village board meeting Monday night to protest a deep drainage ditch tear the line of property owned by James C. Jones. Jones stated that the ditch is within six feet of his house. According to spokesmen for the group who presented the petition, the ditch is on property owned by Gene St. Cin, real estate man and developer. The residents are fearful for the safety of children in the area since water stands to a depth sufficient to drown a person. Jones is also concerned about the effects this may have upon the value of his property as well as the value of all property in the subdivision. , The ditch apparently has been dug to divert drainage around the St. Cin property. Merle Bassett, village attorn ey, advised the board that this is a matter between St. Cin and the affected property owners. The petition of Dwight Sumner for water and sewer service to a lot at 119 Walnut St., tvas deired under provisions of) he subdivision control ordinance. Sumner said he had lurchasPd the lot from Jersey State Brink and was not inform- d that the subdivision did not meet standards set up in the ordinance. The bank was notified in August of 1965 by the board of the provisions of the ordinance arid has failed to take steps to comply. Sumner was advised to seek recourse from Jersey State Bank. A $32,010 tax levy ordinance was passed. It was noted that Jie corporate levy is down due to the increase in assessed valuation from $2.7 million to well over $3 million. The water department report showed a net gain of $3,261 with service now being furnished to 1,021 customers. It was also reported that two additional pumps of the suction type will be purchased and installed in small'building to alleviate flooding problems in some areas of the village. TEES. & WED. BROADWAY & MAIN PRODUCE MARKET 2580 E. Broadway, Alton TOMATOES Large Basket 59* Firm for slicing Extra Large Size CANTALOUPES 3 For $1-00 Ready for eating No. 1 Red POTATOES 25 BLabg $1.35 In other business, Jack Howard was appointed as auxiliary iolice officer for an indetermi ate period. The meeting was adjourned .ntil 7 pm. July 15, at which ime the bond issue ordinance or the proposed municipa will be acted upon. Boats' Wakes Wash Floors LANSING, • Mich. (AP) Water levels in some southeast Michigan lakes—swelled to the flood point by several days o severe thunderstorms—are so high that fast-moving boats are snding water across living room floors, says the Michigan Conservation Department. James A. Hadley, head of the department's boat and water safety section, said the water may take three or four weeks to recede to normal levels. In the meantime, he said, it is illega to operate a boat in such a man ner as to damage property. MAXjQQRCA... Spanish, inspired elegance from Vox.; a whole living room in solid oak at an eye-opening low price 5-pc group S333 • you 9»t a* M* *»*g*cli >o>** eefa, ton.gt tfcrtr, 2 ton* HMee, Matching Rocker Extra Hem if Spanish elagonc* with the quthonHc Maori* flavor of turnings and shaping expressed in heavy, solid oak. Th0 finish te warm brown frwitwcad, lightly distressed and rvipbed and polished to a silken lustre. 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The home, which Is ex- Wheel Tax Stickers On Sale in Roxana Vehicle owners in South Rox ana were warned by Police Chief Ed Bailie Tuesday morn ing to secure wheel tax stickers or face arrest. pected to cost a total of $500,000 to $600,000, will pro- Vide facilities for dependent, delinquent and truant children. Webb said advertising fof bids had been delayed ear* Her on the advice of the committee's fiscal agent, William Fisher, of Fusz- Schmelzle & Co. Inc. of Alton, and Granite City Attorney William Beatty, bonding attorney for the committee. Fisher and Beatty, Webb said, had advised postponing the bids until a decision was made on President Johnson's 10 per cent surtax, in hopes of getting lower interest rates if it was approved. Beatty said Monday that the' interest rate on the bonds has "improved appreciably" since the surtax was passed. NOW... AT A&P... EVERY WEDNESDAY DOUBLE PLAID STAMPS! 3 STORES TO SERVE YOU! 411 Plasa, Alton • Washington Square, Alton 20 W. Edwardsville Road, Wood River At a meeting last Friday, the committee decided that there would be no further advantage td waiting any longer to sell the bonds, Webb said. More than $200,* 000 in investments is already available for construc- tion of the detention home. Prior to the surtax, Fisher said, the interest rate would have run about 5% per cent. Since then, he said, the rate has already improved by about a quarter of a per cent. Fisher said he hopes to have brochures on the bonds available in three weeks, and that the committee can begin accepting bids in about six weeks. He said the bonds would be advertised nationally. A few Pepsi-Cola JACK ftps WINNERS Edward G. 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