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No D/'scriminaffbn In City's Sewer Program, Shelly Says The Freeport sanitary sewer expansion program includes new trunk or collector sewers for east Freeport, west Freeport and south Freeport, Mayor Joe D. Shelly reminded The Journal- Standard today, correcting a statement which appeared Saturday. In a report received from the Freedom of Residence Committee, it was implied that East Side residents must finance sanitary sewer service, while sewers serving west side residents "out to the Country Club" are provided by federal funds. All Freeport property owners, including Freeport County Club, must finance extension of sanitary sewer service to their homes or buildings through distribution laterals from the collector sewers, the mayor said. Freeport Country Club, like other property owners, granted easement for a collector sewer to pass under its golf course, in order that all of northwest Freeport might be served by a sewer carrying sewage by gravity to the sewage treatment plant. The collector will serve areas northwest, west and south of the city. Jackson Street Trunk Similarly, Mayor Shelly said, a new collector sewer will -be built on East Jackson Street, together with a lift station on Louis Avenue to serve a flat area where gravity drainage is not possible. The mayor said that during the past two years he has examined with federal officials every possible way to provide sanitary sewer service to east Freeport with federal funds, and found that only the collector sewers can be included. Recently, he said, FOR askec the Chicago office of the federal Housing and Urban Development Department (HUD) for At that time William Davis gram supervised by the courts, of HUD said he believed such and court costs are added, the aid to be available. Mayor Shel- mayor said, ly and Lawrence M. Madden, 1 water department manager,! The went to Chicago Friday to look eludes expansion of the sewage Federal Aid $5-million program in- into such aid and were told by Paul Bartholomew, administra- ive engineer for HUD, in Mr. Davis' office, that the federal aid is restricted to collector sew- conference Freeport. on help for east wers. Error by J-S The Saturday story said in error that the Rev. Lyle Sherred made the statement to FOR al- eging discrimination. The statement was taken from a written report of an FOR meeting which the Rev. Mr. Sherred did not attend. A report was given at the meeting of efforts made by Mr. Sherred and Mrs. William Fair to investigate sanitation problems in east Freeport. Mr. Sherred said today that tie would not wish the mayor or other readers to suppose he had made the statement attributed to him. How It Works Mayor Shelly said today there has been much investigation about what the federal aid can be applied to in a sewer program. Federal aid does not apply, HUD confirmed Friday, to whal the department calls "distribution laterals" which run down the center of a street to serve properties on either side. Cost of these laterals and o: connections to residences anc other buildings is included in the cost to property owners. This may be financed through voluntary agreement of the property owners when there is 100 per cent agreement by the owners, saving court costs. When more than 50 per cen but not 100 per cent seek ser vice, this cost is financed through an assessment pro- City Band Calls Shot In Sunday Night Storm The Freeport city band concert Sunday night at Krape Park ended prematurely with the selection "Cool Water," the second number after intermission. A downpour moved in from the southwest and scattered bandsmen and the audience as well as other persons around the park. The electrical storm was ominous, but did little damage. A motorist reported sighting a funnel cloud near Lena to the sheriff's department about 8 p.m., and there was another report that a tornado was starting to form near Dakota. However, the sheriff's department had no further calls on anything that could be attributed to a tornado. Commonwealth Edison at Freeport said only two calls were received on outages to individual services caused by lightning strikes in their service area. Rainfall during the Sunday night storm was measured at JCs Map 4th Activities The Frecport Jaycccs have planned five days of activities in observance of Independence Day. The celebration, set for the Freeport (III.) Journal-Standard Mon., July 1, 1968 Pg. 5 reatment plant as well as new ollector sewers to serve all un- erved areas of the city and its ringe areas. It also includes secondary •eatment at the plant, now re- uired by the state as a measure 0 control pollution of the Peca- onica River. Federal aid of $1,656,000 has een allocated, and an addition- 1 $40,000 which had been cut out f the grant may be restored, rlUD officials told the mayor on ^riday. Study In India For The Birds NEW DELHI (AP) - The Indian Food Ministry did some birdwatching to estimate the loss of foodgrains caused by birds, then announced a crow takes 30 grams (1 ounce) per day, a pigeon 25 grams and a sparrow 8 grams. The rat remains the worst villain in food-short India however, with an intake of 50 grams per fairgrounds, begins Tuesday and runs through Saturday night. The feature for Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday nights is a carnival with rides, booths and refreshments. The carnival will open at 6 p.m. on those days. Saturday, the carnival opens at 10 a.m. and runs until 11 p.m. On Thursday, the Fourth of July, a full day of activities includes contests (with trophies awarded), a sky-diving exhibition, a horseshoe tournament, a chicken barbecue and other activities. From 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday, a variety show will be presented at the grandstand. A fireworks display will follow. Cong. John B. Anderson, R- Rockford, and Republican gubernatorial candidate Richard B. Ogilvie will speak at the variety show. DOWNTOWN FREEPORT'S NEWEST AND LARGEST DEPARTMENT STORE .31 inches in Freeport, according to U.S. Weather Bureau ob server John Schroder. The Sat urday rainfall measured almost half an inch. Sunday's high temperature was 89 degrees, with the Saturday maximum at 83 degrees. Served everv ' ___ ^ Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday 5:30 P.M. to 8:30 P.M. DINING ROOM ONLY different selection MEATS, VEGETABLES and SALADS each night. You've tried others r / / \L otet ^/i Corner of Galena and Main 3 DAY SALE MON., TUES. and WED. SAVE M.I2 LADIES' SHIFTS & DUSTERS Easy care cotton 4 cotton blend $ 2.88 Reg. $4.00 Main Floor SAVE *1.05 2'x3' SHAG RUG Plus pile rayon shags with latex trim *2.44 Reg. $3.49 Basement West SAVE *1.00 BOYS' KNIT SHIRTS Large assortment of latest styles $ 1.99 Reg. $2.99 Main Floor !/2 PRICE 5 GAL. GAS CAN Sturdy and Lightweight Reg. $1.99 Tire Store SAVE 30e YD. COTTON DUCK PRINTS & SOLIDS Bright colors 36" wide 49 Yd. Reg. 79c Main Floor SAVE *1.00 Fashionable Square Toe Skips Misses or Women's sizes—Washable Cotton Duck—Lively colors in T-strap or 2 Eyelet *2.99 Reg. $3.99 Main Floor Bank Off/da/ Dies LONDON (AP) — Sir Thomas Bland, 62, deputy chairman since 1961 of Barclay's Bank Ltd., died Saturday. Bland was president of the British Institute of Bankers from 1956 to 1958. There are about 600 hotels In London, England. Hey Kids (and Adults, too) BUS SERVICE Direct To/From Read Park Pool And Krape Park 8 Times Daily Except Sunday And Holiday* —SCHEDULE— leave Downtown: 9:30 and •very hour on the Vi hour. Arrive/leave Read Park 15 mln. lo Iht hour. Arrive/Leave Krape Park on lh« hour until i P.M. Mad Park—15 mln. after the hour. Downtown—lait Return 5:30. Adults Children 25e* 20c* With Trantfur PRICE SALE ENDS WEDNESDAY 2ND TIRE When you buy first 6.50-13 tubeless black- wall at reg. price. Pfusl.81 F.E.T. ONTGOMERY WARD Riverside® HST guaranteed to wear 36 months at turnpike speeds in any weather 4-ply nylon cord body resists moisture damage, impact and heat build-up. Fortified with poly- butadiene tread compound to extend tire mileage. Lifetime quality and road hazard guarantee. Blackwill Tubeliis Sizes 6.50-13 7.00-13 6.95/6.50-14 7.35-15 6.40/6.50-15 7.35/7.00-14 7.75/7.50-14 7.75/6.70U5 Reg. Price Each $20* $23*. $23* 124* 125* 2nd Tirt Only $10* 11.50* 11.50* $12* 12.50* Plus F.E.T. 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