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The Illinois times. (Champaign, Ill.) 19??-19??, September 20, 1963, Image 2

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X-RAYS GIVEN"
IN AUGUST
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Some 1,500 persons in the
Champaign - Urbana area were
X-rayed at the Client Clinic
fluring August, the Champaign
Count' Tuberculosis Associa
tion announced Saturday.
This fugure brings the total
number of persons X-raved
since the beginning of the year
to R 277.
The association reports Unit,
dm mg August “self-referrals"
numbered -170 and patients re
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ferred by family physicians
loialed L'OT. Others bail X-rays
to meet the Illinois law which
requires all school employes |u
low e a TB examination each
j car.
The TB case rate for Cham
paign County over a five-year
period ending in 1961 was 12.9.
This rate is considerably lower
than the rates in nearby coun
ties for the same period, ac
cording to the association.
Other county rates include
Macon, 26; Mcl-ean, 16 4; Ver
milion. 31 6: and Sangamon,
24 4.
The clinic is open Monday
through Friday from 1 to 4
p. m.. Tuesday from T to 9 pm.
and Saturday from 9 to 11 am
THE FOOTBALL SEASON
BEGINS AT BAILEY & HIMES
^1
PROTECTiON!
RAWLINGS 4-PIECE FOOTBALL OUTFIT includes plastic
helmet and shoulder pad. Scarlet jersey with shoulder strice
and pro style numeral. White p3nt with stripe. 9.95
RAWLINGS STAR-AUTOGRAPHED FOOT
BALLS Official size. Fobby Layne, Kyle Rc*e
and Billy Cannon models...from 3 gg
See Our Great Selection of Boys’ Football Equipment
At All 3 Bailey & Himes Stores:
29 MAIN STREET, Downtown Champaign
606 E. GREEN, At Campus
219 N. BROADWAY, In Urbana
*h* first h om* losn by a savings fcad loan assocU*
tlon w** to * lamplighter in Frankford. ?* «
in 1911. Tht hotr® if still atHnding.
Thanks a hundred billion!
TWi month tb* savings and loan business passes the 100 billion dollar nuirk In assets.
We are proud to be a part of It. The savings and loan business is built on the right
and incentive of human beings to better themselves. Its assets have grown from
lh« thrift of Its 3? million savers who are building sound financial futures for
themselves. We join ail savings and loan associations in saying to you. our cu>*
tefntri, "Thanks a hundred billion" for your confidence in us
St'S il 1' ul. »iax*iBasas:cs*(*c>ts>:3se9(4;itt»>.<. ,
I FIRST FEDERAL
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
W. Park ('hampaiun
Today 4nd loaf, Maoofstk-n# make mot*
>ban a million hom* toane a year,.. more th*n ell
other financial institution* combined.
The complexity' cf the teaching
profession is described by E H
Mellon, superintendent of Cham
paign Unit 4 schools, ir ar article
entitled "Our Growing Profession"
in the September issue of Illinois
Education
It is Mellon 1 contention in tne
article that the teaching profes
Mon ‘ no longer consists of mere
presentation of facts — important
a< this is — but is involved in the
highly skilled application of psy
chology and teaching method
ology."
He writes that a profession — ir.
this instance teaching — operates
under four criteria: it renders a
service to society based on special
knowledge, is represented by a
voluntary orgamzaton. not allied
with economic, political or relig
ious groups, which seeks ways to
improve the quality cf its service
as well as the welfare of its mem
bers; protects its competent from
uniust attacks and protects the
public from incompentency. and is
governed by a single code cf eth
ics
Mellon >a>d that such organiza
tions as the National Education
Association tend to uplift the
teaching profession, and he urges
teachers in Illinois to join the NEA
“Teachers should a\aii them
seUes of the opportunity to join
NEA.” he says, because this type
of cooperation . . . can only lead
to one end — the upgrading of
the educational process "
PLANNING FOR
SCHOOL WEEK
Members of the Champaign
Community Schools Unit 4
American Education Week com
mittee met Tuesday to discuss
plans for American Education
Week. Nov. 10-16.
Mrs. Marguenta Johnson, sec
ond grade teacher at Washing
ton school, and Mrs. Jane Oka
moto. first grade teacher at
Marquette school, are co-chair
men. .American Education Week
is sponsored annually as a proj
ect of the Cnampaign Educa
tion Assn.
Other members of the com
mittee are Mrs. A'irginia Stier
walt. Garden Hills; Gregory
Maltbv. Champaign High
School. John McLure, Jefferson
Junior High School; Mrs. Gail
McLure, Edison Junior H i g h
School: Kenneth Stratton, Wil
lard: Miss Mary Humphres,
South Side; Ed Logan. Di‘. How
ard School: Mrs. Anita Kessler,
Kenwood; Miss Julie ZimmerK,
Bottenfield; Mrs. Virginia Put
nam. Special Education; Miss
Carol Metsker, Westview; Mrs.
Judy Kottra. Gregory; M r s.
Betty Gabel. Lincoln; Mrs.
Mary Sue Klein. Lottie Swit
zer school; Robert William-,
Carrie Busev school: Elmer Co
can. Franklin Junior High
School- Mrs. Alma Rigney. Co
lumbia school: and Mrs. Marie
Johnson. Savoy, represent in g
Bondville and Hensley schools.
Endorse Detroit For
Summer Olympics
WASHINGTON (UPD—Pres
ident Kennedy has signed into
law a congressional re>olution
to the International Olympic
Committee to stage the Sum
mer Oivmpics in that city in
1968.
With the Michigan congres
sional delegation and Denoit
Mayor Jerome Cavanagh look
in’ on. Kennedy also made a
film endorsing the invitation.
The film will be shown to the
commit lee at its Oct. 12 meet
ing in Baden-Baden. Germany.

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