Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 22, 1963 · Page 9
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August 22, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

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. Atjdtj sf ag, 1963 ALTON s • . ^f&y. • "^^^"•"•""•«etai»fliwiiiS!**Wfc^8S«ii^tfttriiiiaitfSfiite™jjjBiii^iM ! Several New Courses at Roxana High ;, • • ' ~ Z eiirfkftiluffl nl the Uoxana ....... * School will Include several hew * areas pf study, * tile art department Has added . art WMkahop 1, art workshop It, :nnd Art heritage. The art work ;shop classes will place, an env * phnsis on thred . dlmentlonal de» sign problems and concentrate on J the understanding, respect, ex* ploi'lhg, limitations nnd proflclen- «cy In the use of tools and rnaler J. Ink Art herltnge will make Use £ of lectures, group discussions, re* search slices. * One day a week will be spent in •; n qtUdlrj -,» type situation In order ^ to hftv^ experiences relating to -• problems of the artists nnd • or « media being discussed. The basic •^purpose of the course Is to give ; the student a chance to become * aware of the broad concepts and "Ideas Involved in his art herU Stage, « One of the major additions is i the diversified occupations pro"gram. This Is a course of vfaca- ;. tional education Involving wprk- »ing : on a job while going to school. * Each student entering the course ',' will be given a ^battery, of voca- " tional aptitude "and 'vocational » preference tests to determine « what occupation the student is In, * terested In and what he is quail* fled for. Students in this course » attend a clas's In related informa- « lion during their halt day in school ." and must work a '.minimum of 15 ~ hours per Week. ^ While working on the job, the « students will receive training in * the trade they are working at, ac; cording to a prescribed outline * worked out by their employer and * school personnel. Students will re* ceiv ( e two units of credit for the " course, > $• third course 'that has been added is health education. This subject Is offered to" senior students as an elective for one semester in correlation with the physi- *• cal education program. One se£ mester of health education may " be substituted for one semester of * physical education during the »senior year. The course includes " instruction in improvement of per-' ; sonal health, development of per; sonal attitudes toward students * and parents so that they may * maintain and improve the health ; of the home and community and •f the study of .individual and com- 1 munity improvement ' toward "building a" healthier, more f/it * nation. ;> . • ' I ~ Psychology is the newest addi- "tion in the social science cUSpart- l ment. This course will be divided »into five parts; personality, menl •- al and emotional hpalth, physical " growth and learning, intelligence ~ and thinking and courtship, niar- ; riage and lifework. <#< I State Housing : Meeting" S^t' r For Sept. 18 Baustoland, a British protectorate in the middle of the ttepubllc of South Africa, Is now the favor- te asylum fof pollflcal tefugces 'forn the republic. ' • MADRtb-Spaln is WstHctllig lie irrtport of consumer goods. Kernel* Signs BilMllowing SIU Degrees * SPntNOlTtELb, 111. (AP)-QoV. Otto Kei-ner lias signed bills designed to pave the way for Soxith- ern Jlllnols University and-Northern Illinois University to dffer studies cUunlnallng fii law ( medicine, dentistry and pharmacy de- grees. Although the statutory restrlc- #is were removed by kerner's slgnAture Wbdnesday, the schools must receive' approval from the State feoard of Mlgher teducatlon before they cart offer such studies. the measure JfivolvUfg Nofth- ern tlHnofS University lifted te- slrlctlons against the offering of studies leadlfig to degrees ift eh- glheerlng and agrlculttlfCv A prohibition against SlU's offering such courses had been removed before the creation of the State Bqafd of Higher Education. kernef vetoed a Mil which would have made the Illinois public aid Investigative Unit directly responsible to him. Me sold he did hot want to sot a precedent for Such an independent unit In each code department. Cited for Safety CfllCAGO (AP)-Thc National Safety Council's Public Safety Ac- llvffies Award hns been given to fourteen U.S. and Canadian rail- roads, including several that rtrf) through Illinois. The Illinois mil lines are the Chicago-, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific and the Illinois Central. MOSCOW—M o r c petroleum pipelines will span Russia soon. ITCH! IN JUST itch Ml hfild. ttehlrtfi qoleu floWrt, rt« . He nttlort him, gtstlti* . t« mflt *|WA< hcnllng. 1'lrte dta* «f W«l» fW »et« mn, in.ieet hlt«», HflBWOW. T«HS| itch, other *urf«6« rntnei. NOW « i hrlfty OrttB Stflfei. *<!*, h ' & ** JW ' M " w ^ . V these would be exceptional at even twice this price! A " Representatives of Illinois 2ing and redevelopment:'agencies ; will meet in . Springfield/' Sept. -18-19 for, a work^liop conference *» featuring national and state hous- J, ing officials. ~ Scheduled as key -speakers are .- Gov. Otto Kerner; Mrs. Marie Me- Guire, commissioner, Public Hous", ing. Administration;. Washington, ;D. C.; Fred Al Forbes, assistant - administraUon for public affairs, - Housing and Home Finance Agen- Zcy, Wasiiingtort, D.C.; Bruce'Sav- ;; age Indianapolis realtor and form- -'er PI-lA commissioner, and Rich- *ard Blakley/ managing director, ".' Illinoil State, Housing Board. ;; The/ conference is expected to - draw/ delegates from housing au» thorijties and urban, renewal agon- « cies/in all sections of the state, as ;." well as city officials .planners, re" developers and others active in •" coipmunity improvement. ' Association President Monsignor ;:Tliomas P. Driscoll of East St. ' Louis said the workshop .would -also Include the organization'^ an" nual meeting. Emphasis, howieyer, ^ would center on informational s"es- •* sions of special interest to dele-, '/gates. The association was''organ- iized in 1901, and now represents t almost three-fourths of all the |" housing and renewal authorities in .'^Illinois. McGulre and Forbes are expect- 1 ed to discuss legislative trends and objectives, while Blakley, who Uook pver as chief administrative office of the St|te Housing Board 'early this year, will outline oper- rational patterns for state-aided yiouslng and urban renewal en- »deavors. * Some 300 housing and renewal Officials are expected to attend. •The Indiana Assn, of Housing Officials will hojd its semiannual kneeling in conneotlpn with the Illinois Ctonfewce. °1 ' ; W. Wilson WhltUer, community Delations gupervj^i Peor'a Housing Authority, IB general chairman *of the conference^ : Wrong Miiwiek • Picture Used * Through frror the jpjcture, ol ^Steve Minariek Jr., was used with Stephen Minarlck St., Ws father. ^Stephei- MJnarlck Sr,, WB father - Both mjn aw rf }Ir«J g""" 1 - ll Co. employes pd both ; J34 Acton '- II '— 1 BOYS' (1 LEAN-LOOK SLACKS in Sanforized® washable cottons Quality tailored just like slacks costing dollars more! 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