Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 30, 1960 · Page 24
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 24

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 30, 1960
Page 24
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THURSDAY, JUNE 30, I960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Appropriation , WOOD RIVER — ^M! A&a^^K * ,uA*^t.a^uit&«^ AJ^_ eMM^^utt^ prmTion oraneme rer WOM River T^ntlj|» ffcfcflttl for &e flscaiyaw May L MM, to Aprtl ,90, H|i,^totBftnf |1,OB,6M, hag been aDfiftiviMl by the hoapital t< The total flmre to $4,714 hl|h» r _ ior tfto prsvkWB ftioai yaw. A brtaMowTKrf the «fiM* attain by funda ibows: adfluMa i> trallon and genetaJ, 1112,000; dietary, H394M; nouieROld and property, $41,410; laundry, $27,750; linen service, $8,000; opera- tkm of plant, $83,340; nursing service, $284,450; medical and surgical services, $37,430. Pharmacy, $46,175; medical records and library, $14,675; operating rooms, $27,600; anesthesia, $26,925; radiology, $51,519; laboratory, $68,750; other expenses, $20,000, and capital Outlay, $42,500. . The .appropriation ordinance merely sets maximum that may be spent in each department but does not mean that the total amount' will bfe speqt, according to Mai;ttn f JUngehaug, hospital administrator. Principle reason for the Increase in this year's ordinance is due to increased payroll costs, Laugehaug stated. Rainiers Silent on Rift Report •N^W YORK AP — Prince Rainier and Princess Grace of Monaco flew to Europe on separate planes Wednesday night, and both refused to comment on reports that they have been having domestic difficulties. The prince was asked .to comment on a newspaper columnist's report that the princess was angry at him because he allegedly forced her to return home while her father, the late John B. Kelly of Philadelphia, was seriously ill. The prince replied to the newsman's question: "Well, you read the columns. I don't." The princess was asked about 'the domestic difficulty report as •she arrived .at Idlewild Airport alone. "I really don't have time," she replied. The prince and his princess, former actress Grace Kelly, had been in Philadelphia for her father's funeral. The princess had been at her millionairje father's bedside during part of his final illness, but was in Monaco when he died. Lois Weber, of the Arthur P. Jacobs public relations firm which represents the Principality of Monaco, told newsmen the prince was flying to Paris for business reasons and the princess had chosen to go^home direct. 2 Dead, 5 Hurt In Car Crash QUINCY, 111. AP — Two persons were killed and five were injured today in an auto smashup^ eight miles east of Quincy on State Rt. 104. Orville O. Gilmer, 42, of Edina, Mo., driver of one car, was killed. The other fatality was that of an elderly woman who was trapped in the rear seat of Gilmer's car. She was not immediately identified. Catherine Wagner of Edina and two young boys riding with Gilmer were injured. The others hurt were Glenna Griffin, 21, and Esther Schmidt, 19, both of Liberty, m., who were in Miss Griffin's car. Kane * KANE — Miss Qusaie Richards was taken to Boyd Memorial Hoapital Tuesday night for medical treatment. Miss Luey Giberson of Seattle, Wash., was a guest Wednesday of Mrs. Albert Abbott. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne King of, Minbk, visited Wed>j*day with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Under and with Mrs. Charles Tompkins. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Oetfl* via. ited the first of the week' in Eldred with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Brannam. Mr and Mrs. Lewis Varble returned Wednesday from Iron* ton, Mo., where they were guests several days of the IAJ Co., at its retort there. Mrs. Ivan Shaekelford moved Monday from the firm to the home she recently purchased in town. Mus Tamara Plato is spending this week with relatives in Bethalto. Mrs. Roy Hamilton and daughter. Linda, and SOD, Paul Richard. of Louisville, Ky.. camel Wednesday for a week's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Allen. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Abbott. end Miss Mcfaady Flaoun left Thursday for Tecuweb, Mo., for •avert! wealn' stay- Mittred Thompson U a patient %j| Jertey Cpmmunity UacpjtaL Boy, 3, Bitten by D0g«t Wood River tOOD RIVER - Don 6. Hat- Longfellow rvportfjd It 10:48 «.fti. 'nil Marti tnJ < Mitnora, 9, iHM wen bitten the mouth hy a dog. The ooy suffer*! a lacewtton tartde the mouth. The owner of the dog, William Hawkins, 831 Longfellow, was contacted by pence and agreed to comply with HtotntottonB fOgaAlinJI the dog's cunflnenient. ' ft* tnjew* Am WOOtT fUVJSft -. Rebecca A, Moltnan, 2, dtttgWer of Mrt and Mrs. Thomai WoiMy MOIman, 109 Neunabtr.Sti, Cottage tin*, wan admitted ••§ a parent at the Wood m* ~ pitei Wednesday at 9:28 p.m. for an injury to her right ftw» arm, It was reported that the girl was injured when aha fill white running in the wet fftm it home, jet Fuel Tank nia UNGLET Affl FORCB BASt, «, AP ?. * For Picnic Values NOW FOR mil &RAWIWO! $30.06 IN WOMEN'S APPAREL WILL •! QIVIN mtl IN tACH Of TNI S KHOOIH STOltlS tttft 01 IHrtmOtl Jit (Hit cawght fire Widiil^Mtflt after tt apBWNJMfy 'dm •tttam By ijnt- rdftg In ft' I0VIHJ CreCtHCSI names leaped op from the tow story Mfh itfut'tucc, -kttdttu' 90o yards from faff oftUr gt Flrttntfi evacuated about ttfo ,i — orlltTrttrtl ttl a H aa • rtNI> ALTON WLA8A, 114* B. Br«dw»y , *,,, 080.00 fttJC EVBNIJfO OR188 MOJrTlOBLLO PLAKA .,,,,,...., * |WM» BRACK BNSBMBLB WtLSHfRR MALL llv.00 APtUftNOON tMBSS BJrSKMBLfe dltpUrr (n tach itort courttty TOWNK SHOP DOWNTOWN ALTON, MONTICltlO >UU SCOTT TOWELt s ^ $ i.oo SOOTT AIST. MPKIHI ICOTT LUNCHEON NI^KINS 1 '' v A L u A B i * c o u r> o N ' M IXTRA TOF VALUE STAMPS «f— >.Lfc. pkf . KWICK KtlfP 'SLICID IACON (Thick »f Thin) MIAT ITIMS JOtO AS ADVMTIHD Mifht »• Limit Utitfvti. •rltn OMrf thru Stt. nft«, lu\y 2, If00 Kr«f0)r'« << L«vin-c0ir0)01-f0)r H y.. , •• li 11 ' wnoie Fresh Fryers ib. Mayrot* M«iidy-t«-l«t awVWnlW ^•^•VA '•fffMH Iwtl Partlon, $ to 6 Ib. avg., Ib. 47e Canned Nams ,""!. ••AM A* IJMBiiaig mfwf wf IfVHTvr Large Bologna . y .,.,. Skinlsss Wieners Hgrajigl Canned Picnics MayrM* Whole Hams ut* Lb. Av|, Co* Ntll. Center C«t Hsins wh.ii tr N«H f hs Nstt Braunsohweiger , lUitd TMck Fw A tarlMMS sr TM* Mr Oenttr Nam Slices . •Uttd Crmhttf w Chunk! 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