continue in Rep. night without resolving the future of Â· the Head Start program in Weber County. Charges and counter charges flew after alleged irregularities in the fiscal matters of the preschool preschool program were presented. Trustee. George Sugiharaithe executive director, H. interrupted Mrs. Ho'skins to say Massey,: Massey,: who some of her report was full of legal implications and "possible criminality" reflecting upon the) board and the administration. He asked the resort be sub- Hoskins' allegations Director Massey said previously warned -Mrs. r ,, '.The board-authorized to cease a number of , Mrs. Shannon Hoskins, Headj 1 TM^ when Community Ac- presented the Ron's legal counsel waspresent. oflboard with a report on alleged j County Commissioner Keith G. i s f a i inoffir-ipnmpo smrf iJensen and Â· Mr. buginaratnen Division allocating systems ndi- -i - V . i s c a l inefficiencies _,,_. irregularities of the Community promptly engaged Action administration. Uohatp panh ^ ]m PROPER PROCEDURE Mrs. Mary Dean, trustee chairman, first refused to recopize Mrs. Hoskins. She said the director should Sugihara in a heated ! debate, each telling the other to shut up. Mrs. Hoskins and Mr. Havas left the session when Charlean Sattiewhite, another trustee, said, "I move that Mrs. Hoskins the bill had t h r 0 u g h pr0 p e r 6 _ VQ ^ ( naMUUBUJU , clia , c procedures as set out in federal!Ronald Stephens said _ - i -,Â· __ . , ., r , , , . , - . . - fired." Washington Terrace Mayor as a that she was opposed number of .workers, federal audit of Head been completed with a due in possibly two He said-he had Hoskins, asking that with hi m to discuss problems. Mayor Larsen insisted trustees had the right both sides of the Head dispute. written Mrs. report Dean from But Mrs. Hoskins' offices in Denver, Colo., |trustee' he would like to know if [c- i r c u Mrs. Hoskins was-to be fired, j members.