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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

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PAGE EIGHT ALTON EVENING THURSDAY, JULY r Planning State Mental Health Gets $171,000 in Federal Help SPRINGFIELD, 111. (Special) GOV. Otto Kerner today annouttc- fed that the Illinois Department of Cental Health has received a grant of $171,000 from the U.S. Department' of Health, Education atid Welfare for comprehensive planning. < The governor said Mental Health's reorganization • plans and emphasis oft community-centered psychiatric programs h a V e brought the department to t h e point where It must how plan comprehensively with the communities it serves. "The federal planning grant will allow the department to hire staff and promote a broad program of mental health planning, .Utilizing and integrating the community's resources, facilities and Jntersts," the governor added. ' In notifying Illinois of its grant, Dr. Clarke W. Mangun, HEW regional health director, praised the state's zone clinic program. He said: "You are to be especially commended for the zonal organization, for planning and for providing special attention to the problems of the large metropolitan community." These aspects were among the department's over-all program contained in a 50-page planning proposal submitted to HEW a part of the application for the grant. Outlines Department Work Gting examples of cooperation between Mental Health and other .code departments in administrating Hill-Burton, Manpower Development and Training, Child Welfare and Mental Health Funds the report outlined how the Department of Mental Health, as the agency primarily responsible for mental health programs, can be an effective catalyst in extending planning and coordination from the federal level through the state to its new emphasis in Illinois' eight zones. The structure of the planning organization made possible by the federal grant will consit of a Planning Board serving under t h e department director. A planning staff will carry out its proposals and serve four planning councils. Special task forces will undertake short or long term projects assign- ed to them by the Planning Board. There will be eight members on the Planning Board. Those representing the Psychiatric Training and Research Authority, the Psy- ciatric Advisory Council, the Board of Mental Health Commissioners, the Advisory Committee on Child Psychiatry, a member of the Zone Director's Council, as iVell as two ex-offlclo members••— a representative from the field of mental retardation and member of the legislature — will be ajv jointed to three-year terms by the governor after recommendations ' r o m the director of Mental Health. The eighth member, the planning director, as a staff member of the Department of Mental Health, will be assigned by the director to the super board. The key element — the Planning Staff will have, in addition to a planning director, two assistants — a statewide planning director and one for the Northeastern Metropolitan Area. Others will include a chief of data collection and analysis; chief of field services; chief of program and liaison and a communications specialist. According to Dr. Francis J. Gerty, Mental Health director, the staff's skills should include, in addition to mental health concepts, community organization, statistical research, program development, date analysis, writing and editing and the ability to establish and maintain good human relationships. Four Planning Councils The four planning councils will be Ihe Zone Committees; State and Federal Agencies; Professional Societies and Citizens Groups The zone committees will include not only the director of the zone clinic who will have broad responsibilities under mental health's regional clinic plan, but also regional or zone directors from other state code departments that have been organized by Gov. Kerner in zones or re- ions similar to the Department of Mental Health. Others who will have membership in the zone council will be local professional people in medi- Downtown Alton—Wilshire Village, East Alton •UK; rien s • QUALITY MEN'S WEAR BIGGEST SUMMER SALE IS NOW ON! Featuring Nationally Advertised Brands of .Clothing, Furnishings & Shoes in Cool Summer Styles and Colors and Savings of 20% to 30% ... all taken from our own stock. eino, the social sciences, teaching, law, nursing, ministry, school boards, judges, local private agencies, planning councils, government, legislators and others interested local people. The State and Federal Agencies Council will include most of the state's code department directors, plus boards and commisions, such as the Youth Commission, having common Interests with the Department ol Mental Health. The Joint Council on Higher Educaton, composed of the presidents of the six state-supported universities plus plus the statutory legislative commission on mental health, will be represented along with regional directors of federal agencies. The Council of Professional Societies will bring together specialists from the executive body of some 17 groups representing medicine, law, teaching, psychiatry, psychology and other social sciences. The fourth council, the Citizens Group, will be composed of board members of citizen groups in terested in mental health. This includes PTAs. labor, veterans 1 organizations, chambers of commerce, taxpayers' federations, po- 111 i c a 1 organizations, Jaycees, NAACP, Urban League, National Conference of Christians and Jews, plus the Illinois Association for Mental Health, Council for Mentally Retarded and others. SIU Summer Enrollment Now 7,714 CARBONDALE, 111. — Summer session enrollment at Southern Illinois University has reached 7,714 on all campuses, an increase of 394 over last year. Registrar Robert A. McGrath said resident enrollment on the Carbondale campus totals 5,554, up slightly over last year. Total Edwardsville campus enrollment is 2,160, up 391 or 22.1 per cent over 1962. Edwardsville campus students include S90 at the Alton attendance center and 1,270 at East St. ..ouis. The Graduate School leads all Carbondale campus units with 1,533 students enrolled. Joint summer commencement ceremonies for both campuses will [he held in McAndrew Stadium here Aug. 9. Last year there were G50 degrees awarded and univer sity officials expect more than tlia number this year. Speaker will be Ping-chia Kuo SIU history professor and formei top-ranking member of the United Nations staff. Dr. Kuo also gave the opening address at the University's Model U.N. last February. From 1940 to 1946, Kuo was counselor to the National Military Council and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Nationalist Chinese government. In 1943 he was special assistant to Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek at the Cairo Conference with Roosevelt and Churchill. Kuo served with the Chinese delegation to the U.N. Conference in San Francisco in 1945, and lat er was chief of the trusteeship section of the Secretariat in London. He joined the SIU faculty in 1959. Ordinance Adopted on Depot Lease An ordinance calling for the easing of the old Illinois Terminal Depot and another ordinance establishing rules of order f o r council meetings were adopted at the Alton City Council Wednesday night. Another ordinance dealing witn parking was laid over. The Mayor and city clerk were authorized to sign a lease with Ihe Junior Service League for use of the Illinois Terminal Depot at the foot of Plasa Street. The Junior Service League will use the building for its activities. An ordinance was adopted under suspension of rules to provide for a revision of the council ruins of procedure. An ordinance amending ordlh- Belleville Girl's Drum Corps to Perform at Fair SPRINGFIELD, 111. (Special)— Illinois' only all-girl drum and bugle corps will perform during Agricultural Day, Aug. 9, at the 1963 Illnois State Fair. The "Gabrielettes," from Belleville, will participate In the Grand Parade, which is the colorful opening day event consisting of children's and youth's groups and organizations of all types that will march from the main gate to the nnce No. 1963 banning parking on Ihe west side of Gold Street between Highland and Pearl Streets and on the oast side of MaUpin Ave. In the 1400 and 1500 blocks and setting one-hour parking on the south side of Leverett in the 3100 block between 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday was laid over. It was Ihe first reading of iho ordinance atrandstand beginning at 9 a.m. With the start of the parade, the nation's largest agricultural exponltion will begin, and continue through Sunday. Aug. 18. The girls will perform again that afternoon at 1 In front of Ihe Junior Livestock building af* ter the new building is officially Opened by Gov. Otto Kerner In a formal dedication ceremony. Saluting Illinois Agriculture, the drill team will entertain in front of the grandstand at 3 p.m. Franklin H. Rust, general manager of the State Fair, said that since their organization In 1959, the girls have won many first place awards throughout the state In parades and competitive events. "They have had plenty of experience, and their performance should prove to be art outstanding fair attraction," he added. Student Receives Teacliei'Talks To Betlmlto Rotary Club BETHALtO — The cducatablc metitaily handicapped program in Bethalto Community School Unit 8 was explained to Bethalto Ro- taHatis Wednesday night at Zlon Lutheran Church. Mrs. Mafy Hatrclson, teacher of the EMM class at Bethalto Grade School, told about the therapy and learti by doing and repetition concepts. She said I h e students do amazingly well by the method of repeating certain acts day after day. Mrs. Harrelson also said hy giene, safety, and social adjust' ment are stressed In the class. She said these subjects are also retained by day to clay repetition. Seven of the students will attend a two-week summer camp 3 Ymiths Treated At Twp, Hospital WOOD RIVER - Three youngs- era were treated and released from (he Wood River Township Hospital Wednesday for Ifisect flild dog-bites. , Darrell Lewis, 5, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Lewis, 307 Central, Roxana, Was treated and released nt 11:45 a.m. after being bitten on (ho left foot by an insect. Others treated and released Wednesday were: Stephen Basham 9, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Bnsham, 512 Lincoln, Bethalto, for an Insect bite and Frances Baker, program at Carbondale this summer, Mrs. Harrelson said. Visiting Rotarlans Included: Garth Taylor, Milton Cassella, and Harry Nevlin, all of Allon^ and Quentin Dlckman of Wood Rlvc?. Guests were: Jim Bass, Albuquerque, N.M.; Bob Melcalfe, New Haven, Conn.j Joseph Kovlc, Godfrey; and Howard Johrtston, Bethalto. Schottmhip to Trinity College Steven P. Nuefnbeftfef, 1401 Eberhard! St., fidwiU'dsVllle, Is one of lo outstanding Illinois ilgh school seniors who have been named lo .receive Illinois scholarships to attend Trinity College In Connecticut. Nuemberger, who is the son of Mr add Mrs, frvln S3. Nueroborg- er, is a graduate of Edwardsvllle High School where he was ft member of the Student Council, glee club and chair, and.wheHJ he let- tercy in track. Tile amount of each scholarship Is based on the recipient's financial need. "OTTAWA — Canadian cotton mills are profiting greatly from new protective tariffs. 13, daughter ot Mr. arid M|s. Frank Baker, Mitchell, for a dog bile. DRESSES! 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