8—X THE REGTSTER-NEWS — JIT. VERXON, ILLINOIS PRIDA V, JANUARY 24, 1969 f Second Semester Registration This Month Set Night Adult Education Classes At Mt. Vernon High The adult education division of the Mt. Vernon Township high school will register for second semester classes during the last week of January. Registration for the various offerings will be held on the nights indicated below: ART Ceramics, painting in oil, eas- tine and scrylics, sculpture, silk screen painting of all methods, and air brush painting will be covered. Fundamentals taught for beginners. Registration fee - S3.00 plus materials. Instructor - Alma Kiagi. Time of Class Each Monday night from 7:00 to 1<>:()0 p.m. Registration Vocal i o n al Building, Room 20*1, Monday, January 27 at 7:00 p.m. Al'TO MECHANICS A course in automobile mechanics will be offered. Those people who are interested need not be occupied in the trade. The course conlenl will be filled to the needs of the class members. Registration fee %>>. (JO. Instructor Alex Walters. Time of Class Each Monday night from 7:00 lo 10:00 p.m. Registration Vocation a I Building, Auto Shop, Monday, January 27 at 7:00 p.m. BEGINNING SEWING A course in the fundamentals of sewing techniques which includes care and operation of the sewing machine, selection of pattern and selection of fabrics. Registration tee $3.00. Instructor — Opal Webb. Time of Class - Each Thursday night from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. Registration — Vocational building, Room 227. Thursday night January 30, at 7:00 p.m. INTERMELIATE SEWING An intermediate course in sewing techniques and skills, with emphasis on pattern alterations. Successful completion of the course will include construction of a tailored dress. Registration fee S3.00. Instructor — Opal Webb. Time of Class Each Tuesday night from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. for 10 weeks. Registration - Vocational Building, Room 227, Tuesday night, January 28. at 7:00 p.m. ADVANCED SEWING A course in advanced tailoring techniques. Successful com pletion of the course includes seleclion nf patterns and fabrics fitting and construction of a lined wool suit or coat. lieigstration lee S2.00. Instructor Opal Webb. Time of Class Each Monday night from 7:0(1 to 10:00 p.m. for 10 weeks. Registration Vocal i o n a 1 building, night Jan. loom 227. Monday Kl'ltNITCRE MAKING A course in Ihe making of furniture with emphasis on the development and application of skills in the use nl the hand and machine woodworking tools. Necessary for Ihe designing and construction of furnilure. Registre lion fee S3.00. Instructor Robert Coats. Time of Class Each Tuesday night from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. Registration - Vocational Building, Wood Shop, Tuesday night Jan. 28 at 7.00 p.m. WELDING - ELECTRIC ARC This course is designed to teach Ihe fundamentals of arc welding. Care and use of equipment and safety are stressed. Also included is the care and use of the cutting torch. Registration fee S5.00 plus supplies. Instructor to he announced. Time of Class Each Monda night from 7:00 lo 10:00 p.m. Registration — Vocational building, Machine Shop. Monday, January 27 at 7:00 p.m. MACHINE SHOP A course in lathe operations and other machine tools as time allows. Care and use of equipment and safety are stressed. Care and use of micrometers and other prevision measuring instruments will be covered. Registration fee - S3.00. Instructor Richard Walton. Time Of Class Each Tuesday night from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. Registration - Vocal i o n al Building, Machine Shop, Thursday, January 2<S, 7:00 p.m. BUSIN ESS EDUCATION Courses in business education offered will depend upon the demand by those adults who are interested in work in this field. However, the following courses are -available. BEGINNING SHORTHAND A study of Ihe preincip I e s, brief forms and phrasing of Gregg shorthand. Both the reading and writing approach to the study of shorthand are used in Ihe development of a basic vocabulary. Simple dictation is given late in the course. Registration fee S3.00 plus S3.75 for textbook. Instructor to be announced. Time of Class Each Monday and Thursday nights from 8:30 to 10:00 p.m. or to be decided at, night of registration. REGISTRATION Vocation Building, Room 232, M o nd a y night, January 27 at 7:00 p.m. INTERMEDIATE SI IORTIIAND A completion of the study of the principels, brief forms and phrasing of Gregg shorthand. Development, of accuracy and speed in dictation and transcription is brought about through a series of drills and exercises. Selected business letter dictation. Registration fee S3.00 plus S3.75 for textbook. Instructor to be announced. Time of Class Each Monday and Thursday night from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. or to be decided at night of registration. Registration V o cation a 1 building. Room 232, M o nday night, Jan. 27 al 7:00 p.m. BEGINNING TYPING Instruction in the proper use of the keyboard using the touch system. The course includes the development of a working knowledge of the parts of the- machine, correct typewriting habits and the application of type- • writing skills to simple tabulations, business letters and report writing. Registration fee S3.00 plus S3.00 for textbook . Instructor -- to be announced. Time of Class - - Each Monday and Thursday night from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. or to be decided at night of registration. Registration -- Vocation Building Room 232, Monday night January 27 at 7:00 p.m. INTERMEDIATE TYPING Further development of the basic typewriting skills. Individual instruction is given and practice is directed to Ihe typewriting of different; styles of business letters as well as manuscripts and other business documents. Typewriting accuracy and speed are developed. Registration fee —'$3.00 plus S3.00 for textbook. Instructor — lo, be announced. Time of class -- Each Monday and Thursday night from 8:30 to 10:00 p.m. or to be decided at night of registration. Registration V o c a t ional Building, Room 232, M o nday -O- -O- -()night, January 27 at. 7:00 p.m. KNITTING This is a beginning course in the art of knitting. Successful completion of this course will include construction of a simple project. Registration fee $3.00 plus materials. Instructor Bennie Barton. Time of Class Each Wednesday night from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. Registration - Vocational Building, Room 21-1, Wednesday night January 29 at 7:00 p.m. REFRIGERATION CONDITIONING AND AIR A comprehensive program designed to help those working in the refrigeration and or air conditioning field or related -o- -o- -o- fields. Theory will be covered, practical knowledge will be emphasized. Registration fee — $3.00. Instructors • Howard Wetzel and John Buffat. Time of Class Each Thursday anight from 7:fl0 to 10:00 p.m. Registration — Vocation building. Electi'icity Shop, Thursday January. 30 at 7:00 p.m. GENERAL EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT To enter this class, application must be made first through Mr. Ogie Ellis, Superintendent of Schools, Telephone number 212-1807. Registration fees and textbooks should be paid at the time of registration, preferably by check made payable to the -o- -o- -o- Mt. Vernon Township High School. Anyone who cannot attend the night of registration should send someone to register and to pay" for him, as textbooks must be ordered immediately after registration. Adults who might be interested in a particular course other than those mentioned in this article are asked to contact the vocational office regarding the possibility of starting such a course. The adult education division of the high school is willing to start any class in which ten people are interested, providing proper facilities and a qualified teacher can be obtained. Further information regarding adult education may be obtained by telephoning the vocational office, telephone number 244- 3700 between 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Clergy-Business Open House Set At Flaming Pit Mt. Vernon Rotary Club will be a co-host with Mt. Vernon Chamber of Commerce of the 4th annual Clergy- Business Man Open House industrial tour and luncheon, Mar. 4, it was announced today at the chamber of commerce. The chamber also announced the luncheon's site — The Flaming Pit, managed by David Reis. Mt. Vernon Ministerial Association will, select an after luncheon speaker to represent the clergy, while the chamber of commerce will provide a speaker in behalf of business. The latter, also, in a few days, will announce the site of the industrial tour at mid- morning. All Jefferson county clergymen are invited to the open house. tate Senate Acts To Cut Bill Logjam SPRINGFIELD, III. (API New rules designed to avoid the customary logjam in the windup of legislative session have been adopted by the Illinois Senate. Senate Republican leader W. Russell Arlington said the changes could result in ending the regular six-month. 1 , session prior to June 30 for the first time since 1953. One of the major revisions sets June 21 as the deadline for the Senate to pass House bills. Othei' deadlines fixed by the Senate rules include: April 11, last day to introduce bills with the main exception of revenue and appropriations measures. April 26, final day for stand- -o- -o- -o- ing committees to report bills to the floor. May 17, final day for passage of Senate bills in the Seante. June 14, final day for Senate committee to report House bills. The House has not yet acted on proposed rules for similar cutoff dates governing its actions. Another Senate rule provides that in sessions during even- numbered years, only revenue and appropriations bills are to be considered. The rules committee however, could make exceptions for emergency legislation. Annual sessions will be required under Gov. Richard Ogilvie's plan to present a yearly state budget. Propose State Aid To Police SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) Legislation to expand slate financial aid to local law enforcement agencies and set standards for police training was filed today by Senate Republican Leader W. Russell Arlington. The program would broaden powers of the existing Illinois Police Training Boai'd to administer direct financial grants to police departments. The board also would be r_;iv- en responsibility to set minimum standards for recruitment; and training of police officers., Federal funds for such programs are available through the President's Commission on Law Enforcement and Administra- lion of Justice. Ai'i'inglon said Gov! Richard B. Ogilvie supports the legislation in principle. "I would hope," 'Arlington told a news conference, "that in the future new recruits would be required to have a h i gh school education and those in supervisory capacities a college degree." • He said persons with sociology and psychology degrees as well as young attorneys should be encouraged to enter law enforcement. WOMEN PILOTS There are only 23,659 active women pilots in ' the United States, according to FAA figures. As of Jan. 1, 1986, 13,173 women were rated as student pilots, 8,775 as private pilots, 1,479 as commercial pilots, 57 as airline transport pilots and 15 with other (glider, lighter- than-air, rotoi'craft) ratings. MANAGEMENT TRAINEE Must have management background, supervision background or college education. Must have a sales personality and be able to hire and train personnel or management. Personnel are on expense account and have-company car. Excellent salary for the right man. Must be willing to relocate. 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