Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 13, 1961 · Page 29
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 29

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 13, 1961
Page 29
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^i^^tt^NMllk Mi^^MHlMHH^t rKQB muti x at Edtcardttttle ~fo Retue Progrnmt As School Of Future JEDWARDSVILLE - A university of the future to give student* the best possible education and training to wrv* the Madtoon-St. Clalr county area is envisioned for the Southern flltnois University campus at Edwardsvilte, Delyte W. Mor•*te, SfU president, told school j board members and administrators at Edwardsvilte Junior High Wednatday night Morris was speaker at a School Boards. Morris 8a»d that the Ed- wartsville SIU campus win be EDWAKMV1UJP— Nwkfcckwf, fiMilfMn 4f tnt botrt of »IW!tBrt «t the fitf. wtrdtvitle fWCA, Announced thts w«w* * must dange in the program emphasis of tht local "Y." The dlreeteia iwvt unanimously pawed a resolu tton Instructing secretary Dan iel S. Smith to implement a r*» vision in program offerings and activity designed to allow an enlarged schedule of fully organ! red and niptrvtwd activities, according to Neudecker. h* secretary ha* Often Instructed to dissolve the "general recreation" program of pool, UMe tennis and other casual building-centered actlv itles as. it Is felt that this pro. gram has reached a limited youth group, haa prflvW the source of many problems of discipline, maintenance and time and hns proved generally unrewarding. The YMCA building, it Is felt by Smith and the direct. ors, is unsuited in form and pected to also be automotive !l « cks suitable oriented. with facilities spread over greater areas rather than ited financial support precludes major additions to equipment slacked as has been the easejw"* the same financial problem In the past. The campus, Mor.jdoes not permit adequate as- ris indicated, is being plannedjstsiant supervision. Neudecker to unify the metropolitan area)said. • of Southwestern Illinois. i Local YMCA efforts will, inj The new type of campus being;the future, be concentrated on developed at Edwardsville to:special recreational, social and «ether with the provisions for developmental activities for! future growth are factors in se- specific age groups and In de- lecting a large site for the SlUiwlopment of exisfUng pro- branch. Morris told his au- grams which have proved sound dience. Many universities todayj and rewarding. It will empha- bave faced growth problem s^ ze gr0 up activity of an organ- without adequate campus space, ^^ ^ supervised nature, and expansion under such circumstances is more difficult for a university and more objectionable to neighboring property owners than providing sufficient ground at the inception of the campus, as SIU is do- Ing. 12-OZ. BOTTLE OF LUX LI Morris also announced that the EdwardsviDe SIU campus will include a religious foundation building, in the central section of the university complex, which will be financed by 10 religious denominations. Following Morris' speech, board members and administrators attended panels on community use of school properties, changes and demands in elementary education, attracting and keeping good teachers, effective foreign language programs, fire safety in schools, and the Illinois accounting man- nel for school districts. At the panel on accounting methods, C. A. Fort, director] of the di%'ision of finance and statistics of the state office of public instruction, explained that the new system will give consistency and clarification to school district reports and will provide the state with an easy comparison of districts on the cost per student and other information necessary for state aid. C. J. Schlosser, of the C. J. Schlosser accounting firm of Alton, explained terms used in the new system and pointed out that some systems will use a cash basis and some an accrual basis of accounting. He Specific program areas now slated for special attention are: enlargement and development of HUY and Tri-HMT Club pro. grams; promotion and extension of the Indian Guide program; and development of recreational programs for special interest and age groups. The YMCA inter-church league baseketball program will also be expanded. Immediate plans also call for a repainting of the interior of the buildings and an improvement of kitchen facilities. County Employes Seeking Offices HOLUSTER, Calif. (AP)—San Benito County's 24 employes who work in the courthouse here are looking for office space today. The old courthouse, built In 1887, suffered severe damage in the earthquake last. Saturday night and Wednesday* was con- condemned. A group of San Francisco engineers who inspected it said another shake could collapse it suggested that districts now using a cash basis maintain it for a year or so until the new accounting method has become familiar before adopting an accrual system if it is desirable. The accrual system, Schlosser pointed out, provides a more accurate picture of a district's financial condition than a cash system. Schlosser's firm assisted the state in preparing the new accounting system. DIETSCHY'S MARKET PHONE HO 5-6624 FREE DELIVERY BOO RIDGE FRYERS, FRESH GRADE A . . 29c Chuck Pot Roast Center Cuta, H>. Hunter Boiled Ham, Sliced. . "» 89c Morrell Skinless Wieners. . 2 »» 89c BONELESS STEW BEEF Lb. VEAL RIB CHOPS ........ Lb. LEAN, GROUND BEEF CHUCK. Lb. HUNTER'S !CHILI ........ A Lb. I HUNTER'S POLISH I SAUSAGE Lb. (SWIFTS RA.SHER BACON. Lb. 49c Fresh Ground Hamburger. , 2 •*- 96c SPARERIBS, Small Meaty Lb. 45c Frozen Beef Pattie Steaks2 ?£ 65c CDVCDC rnicnd Cut Back* Inn. 2Bf Breart .... 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