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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

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PAGE TEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 1980 SanatoriumMayBroadeti Policy on Admissions EDWARDSVTLLE—Con«ider«- Is being ?iven to the use of facilities at the Madison County TtibprmlosiF .Snnntorlum for convalescent cnre of patient? suffering from other than tuhrrculosis. Dr. Georpe H. Vernon, medical director and superintendent, told the County Board of Supervisors in a let- tor read at a board meeting thi« morning. Dr. Vernon said that the change may he feasible in view of the numher of drop? of pa- tipnts for TB care. He said n meeting is being arranged with representatives of the Bit reau of Hospitals of the Illinois Department of Public Health to determine what changes would he required to convert the'third floor into a convalescent unit with 38 beds and to obtain a li- DRAPERIES MONTICELLO COLOR CENTER Montirello Plaza Godfrey ronse for its operation and use. Dr. Vernon Indicated that the nurses home at the sanatorium could be converted to use as a tuberculosis annex with 18 beds, which—with 48 beds on thr second floor of the sanntor him—would furnish 66 beds for TB care. Patients in the convalescent unit would pay for their care •is private patients, Dr. Vernon snid. and such Income Included in the cash receipts to the TB fund. Medical supervision would he given by the family physician of the patient under regulations approved by the Madi-l son County Medical Society and tlie Illinois Bureau of Hospitals Dr. Vernon said that when ( lie lias more Information on thei amount of remodeling and staff changes needed to isolate the convalescent area from the TB section, a proposal will be submitted to the Board of Supervisors for. their consideration. Tn a monthly report for June, Dr. Vernon said there were 45 patients now in the hospital, with three admitted during the <*M **ia^«< -IS" *£ AGREE TO DEBATE On his nay to a North Carolina Kennedy to a public radio-TV debate caucus, Son. John Kennedy (left) met on convention issues before the Texas Sen. Lyndon Johnson (right) in the lob- and Massachusetts convention dele- by of'Statlcr-Hilton hotel In Los An- gates. Kennedy later accepted. (NEA geles. Earlier, Sen. Johnson challenged Telcphoto). , rk-utli. Patients in the sanatorium at the beginning of June month. 13 discharged and one'numbered 5H. X-ray film now Is Belgium's second largest export product. Brussels learns. Gela, Sicily, is to have a $240 million petrochemical plant, estimates indicate. SEVENTEEN EAST FERGUSON - WOOD RIVER Gifts and Jewelry Celebrating Our Tenth Anniversery The Money Jar. . . 10th Anniversary Special! MYSTERY PACKAGE SALE You'll Be Surprised at ihe Items! 1.00 per pkg Hundreds of Items in Our i PRICE 10th Anniversary Special! ALL SUMMER JEWELRY \ PRICE Gift Wrap Extra on All 10th Anniversary Special! BEVERAGE GLASSES 3 Patterns to Choose Froml Your Choice—Set of 8 1.79 10th Anniversary Special! MINIATURE FIOUBINE8 iri ANIMALS \ PRICE i HOW GOOD ARE YOU AT ESTIMATING MONEY AMOUNTS? Here's a chance to find out if you're right . . . you win ALL THE MONEY in the Decanter! Register your name, address, phone and amount you guess in our store. No Purchase Necessary to Register. In case of ties — money split between winners. SEE THE "MONEY DECANTER" IN OUR WINDOW AND GUESS THE AMOUNT THAT IS IN IT! Gift Shop and Jewelry Store Look for the Yellow Tags! 10th Anniversary Special! EXPANSION WATCH BANDS Volim M 10.U 2*95 Sale Items... All Sales Final 10th Anniversary Special! OLOSEOUT! EVERYDAY CHINA DINNERWARE 16 PC. Seti—41 PC. Sot$—53 PC. Sets PRICE OPEN FRIDAY EVENINGS TILL NINE Fog Rules Out Golf, Ike Works BRUSSELS, Belgian! (AP> — Belgian parachuters launched pa trols in the streets of Leopoldvllle today and were reported to have won control of ihe city's all-port in a fight with mutinous Congo lese soldiers. The Belgian radte atmouncet one casualty in an exchange 01 fire near the airport, a gateway for white persons seeking to flee the strife-torn Negro nation. It said a European was injured in a leg. Establishment of the Belgian patrols was protested by Congolese Prime Minister Patrice Lu mumba. The radio said Lumumba who is suspicious of Belgium's in tentions, ordered them to return to their quarters. It did not say whether the Belgians did. In Brussels. Premier Gaston Eyskons's cabinet voted to support the request of the Congolese government for United Nations ;roops. A communique said the Cabinet also decided to speed up evacuation of the white population from The Congo, the African territory that Belgium freed July 1. Ferry traffic across the Congo River from Leopoldville to Brazzaville, capital of the neighboring Congo republic which has received 6,000 white refugees so far, was re-established through the intervention of a Congolese minister, the Belgian Radio said. Lumumba and Congo President Joseph Kasavubu told Belgian Ambassador Jean van den Bosch they would maintain order with heir own forces and were appeal- ng to the United Nations for help Against "Belgian aggression." The ambassador said Premier Moise Tshombe of Katanga prov- nce, who on Sunday announced lis rich province was seceding from the new republic, had spon- aneously requested the assistance of Belgin troops. The envoy insisted the actions of the Belgian roops had nothing to do with the nternal affairs of The Congo. President Eisenhower refused the request for troops, and U. S. officials said any help would have o come through the U. N. Secretary - General Dag Hammar- .khold reportedly told African delegates at U. N. headquarters hat no U. N. force would be sent because me Congolese government had asked only for technical personnel. Violence continued at Lulua- bourg, in Kasai province, which vas reported in complete disorder, with all white residents try- ng to flee. More than 150 Americans, mostly missionaries and heir families, were reported walt- ng for rescue. There also had been reports that more than 50 African missionaries and their families in Aketi had appealed for help, but a radio report from there, received today in Nairobi, Kenya, said only six American missionaries were in the town and none uf them wanted to leave. Soviet Leaders Review Progress MOSCOW (AP) - The Soviet Communist party's Central Committee met in the Kremlin today to review the progress of indus- ' trial, transport and production development ordered by the last party congress. Boy, 6, ttijttnvl in Colli«irjttWitll\Attto t. Six-year-old Larry Smith, son of Mrs. Olenria Srttth of 728 Spring St. remained a patient in St. Joseph's Hosp»|al today aftef* X-ray examination revealed some broken ribs, Incurred in a traffic mishap eat 'Jy Tuesday afternoon, said his mother. The boy also received some bruises and contusions. According to the police report, the boy attempted vo run across Spring street, ne« r his home, coming Into collision the front fender of a car dr Iven by Mike J. Waide of 1113 (Harden St. Waide said he .saw the b t»y lust a* he started to cross tl te narrow street and brought hi fc car to a virtually full stop be r fore the mishap eventuated. Mrs. Smith said an early rp- porf her son was on a bicycle was incorrect. 3 Ordinances to Be Introduced To City Council Ordinances calling for two local improvements to provide sanitary sewers will be introduced in City Council tonight in addition to an ordinance for a 5 per cent utility tax. Both the improvement ordinances are recommended by the Board of Local Improvements which recently conducted public hearings on the sewer projects. One provides for the riverview-Shelly-Topping sewer, estimated cost, $79,518; the other for Holly Hills Olive PI. sewer, estimated cost $44,712. A number of the property owners interested in the Holly Hill- Olive improvement have addressed a petition to the Council asking that it suspend its rules to speed enactment of the necessary ordinance. Signers nclude K. O. Johnson, William 1. Bott and seven others. Their desire is to see the project expedited so that a contract may >e let and construction started on the sewer this coming fall. The project is of some special interest because it provides "or temporary lagoon disnosal of the sewage which may be idopted for other neighborhood sanitary sewer projects here. Awarded One-Year j Nursing Scholarship j WOOD RIVER — Miss Judy] Crull has been awarded a one-j year scholarship for outstanding grades and performances ati Northwestern University School! of Nursing, Chicago. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester W. Crull, 801 East Ferguson Ave., she has been a student at Northwestern since September. A 24-story office building will give Tel Aviv, Israel, its first skyscraper. An electric ffon iww Iwspl ^* polar bear cool at Calcutta 1 * Allpore zoo. SHUTS TOMORROW! Sovt 23'f MEN'S MESH SOCKS itch of Piles Get Relief Now Millions of sufferers In the last 40 years have found a way to fast relief from itching and smarting of piles. They use a delightful cooling soothing astringent formula — Peterson's Ointment. 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