Need Ordinance Change WOOD RIVER, June 30—An nouncement from Washington to- •• — — "»»*e vw " vi/~ day that only a $110,800 grant had been approved by the Public Works Administration for the proposed Wood River trunk and relief sewer improvement came somewhat as a surprise, as no announcement had been made that the city had dropped dropped its request for a loan on the project. Total cost of construction on the prcjece was estimated -at $370,000. Mayor Schnaufer was away from .he city today, and City Attorney Francis Manning, who has been performing the technical services o the city in connection with the oan and grant application was unable unable to speak for him. In the absence of approval on he l<3an, the city would be obliged o seek the loan through Indepen- ent financing. Such procedure would necessitate necessitate amendment to the present ordinance ordinance providing for the improvement, improvement, as construction of the proposed proposed sewer, under the ordinance, hinges upon sale of the sewer bonds to the PWA.