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UTILITIES SERVICE ACCEPTED (page 8)j
However, the Board fooling that j |this community, is vitally interested iin the proposal and service which iz |going to bo given, is going to have [the local residents vote on the mat :tor either favorably or otherwise at !an election to be held 30 day3 aftci ireccipt is had of the contract. Thi? should bo approximately about August 2nd or 3rd. Notices will be posted in conspicuous places publicly ann ouncing this election and residents who have boon -here 6 months and in the Territory 1 year, will bo elig ible to cast a vote. . , The Public Service Co., will be advised of this action immediately, and if favorable, will begin the construction within 30 days. Service of 24-hour per day duration must bo jin effect within 6 months after the award of t he contract and. the tele phone service, to bo completed withir ia year. The Company will post a bond i of 05000 with the. Utilities Board tc | guarantee faithful pchf ormanco of the contract. Mr. McCord stated that the Comp-! . ... -1 a un I /VO’M nc/\/v \ \ \ IJihT _____ \ Jerry Lodge / Owner y f 'BROWN. BEAR i! BUS 11 -sciieMlz: i J Lvg• Kodiak • j 7l00 A„M, 1 11:30 i; ' 0:30 P.M. ! ' 4:30 u 5:30 " 10:15 ir,, . Lvs . Be. sc 8:00 A.M. 8:30 ” V 1:00 P.M. 3:00 n 5:00 " 10:45 M Special Charter Rates i . Ride in Comfort, Speed and On, Schedule "Swing Music with your Ride" -h. ■ , . *76 HOURS A DAY" ; BROWN BEAU BUS I ' Rod Shaw, O.racr f ____t I it of tho cold storage plant in such a manner as to allow addition al units to be constructed when the business warrants it. Mr. McNeil, formerly manager j of the Sitka Cold Storage will acti in that capacity in Kodiak, and is well known for hi3 ability along these linos. The rates as quoted in the proposed contract arc; Residential 1st 60 KWH per .. 40 » " . 10^ 100 " u . 100 " " Qf' All over 300 KWK per no... 4^ Minimum charge in winter (,‘3.00 Minimum charge in sui'.mcr 1.50 Commorclal i?A" 1st' 100 KWH per mo.11^ 100 " " . loci 100 w a . 9 cl 100 11 . 8 p' All ever 400 ICWH per no.,( 4e Minimum charge in winter 05.00 I Minimum charge in summer 3.00 1 Commereisi nBn 1st 100 KWH per mo.. 8^ 100 ICWH " 7^ 100 " w . 6^ 100 11 u 5^ All over 400 KWH per no... 3’bet Minimum charge per no.. .0 10.00 In order to clarify the purpose of the referendum vote among the 1 residents of Kodiak, it may bo stated; that tlic Kddiak Public ! Utilities Board have' accepted the proposal of the Kodiak Public Per/ ice Co., subjecthowever, ’ to a final acceptance of tho proposal and contract, by the residents of j this comiiiunity thonsolvcs. They will be able to cxrcss their pers onal wishes in tho matter by cast ing thefr vote accordingly. 1 FURNITURE HERE Mr. “We3,r Rhodes, who has-been loc cated for years in- Cordova, has now established a- temporary display space for his large stock of house and home furniture, furnishings and equipment, at the Kraft Dock. This location will enable his prospective customers to view the merchandise aft he will deliver it to their homes is. his truck. He will use this location until he secures apermanent store about July 15th or August 1st. He states that he is able to furnish a house completely with his stock. =MFlSTRONGf LIQUOR SJORI. ICE COLD RIGHT WHISKEYS BEER .. RIGHT PRICES "The Store with c. Smilo" .