Economics Class instructors named; Jack Truan mentioned April 1962
so-the of- organi- STARTING MONDAY Economics Class for Adults Is Offered by Adult School FONTANA - Profit isn't a "dirty" word. The Board of Education of the Fontana Unified School District made this observation in approv ing a new economics course to be offered to area adults starting at 7 p.m. Monday under the auspices auspices of the Fontana Adult School The class, -practical -practical economics for Americans, is a "pilot" pro gram including many ideas set forth by the Joint Council on Economic Economic Education which is de dicated to helping citizens under stand the nature and functions of the American system of econo mics. Lee W. Clark, principal of the adult school, says registration for the course may be completed at his office at Fontana High School Monday of before the class be gins Monday night. SDC-WWEK SDC-WWEK SDC-WWEK COURSE The Fontana presentation, which will continue for six weeks, Scout Leaders Attend Meeting FONTANA - A. Mike Lahti, training chairman, headed a three- three- man delegation from the Big Horn District at a recent coordinating council meeting of the Old Baldy Council of Boy Scouts in Clare-mont. Clare-mont. Clare-mont. Also attending fixm Fontana were Ernest Nagy, camping chair man, and 1 Ed Phillips, activities chairman. Review of recent activities, in cluding the April 1 Camporal at Camp Pendleton, and a preview of coming events were discussed, The Council Scout-O-Rama Scout-O-Rama Scout-O-Rama Scout-O-Rama Scout-O-Rama is scheduled May 12. is to the i .Wlnnml aftPr stuHv hv . professional group including the:8 following: . Leo Omiliak, consultant for) secondary schools in social science from the San Bernardino County schools office; Mrs. Winn Smith, educational services, Kaiser Steel Corp.; Edward Capparelli, head of social science department, Fontana Fontana High School; Jack Truan, Fo-hi Fo-hi Fo-hi teacher and course instructor-coordinator; instructor-coordinator; instructor-coordinator; and Clark. The course is being presented; to help individuals understand that the American economic way of life is an essential part of the freedoms' possessed by citizens. Among the questions to be answered answered are the following: How does supply and demand affect your pocketbook? Employment, automation and your future is the labor market changing? What is a fair profit? How much governmental control control is necessary? Savings. ...are they sinful or saintly? Can there be freedom without free enterprise? FILMS TO BE USED Clark says the 15-hour 15-hour 15-hour course will include lectures, films, guest speakers and class discussion. School officials say the class is aimed primarily toward the non professional "economist such as steelworkers, doctors, teachers, parents, ministers, farmers, businessmen businessmen and other citizens. Non-technical Non-technical Non-technical language will be used in explaining the complexi ties of the nation's economic system. system. The class will continue for six Mondays in the library classroom at Fohi between the hours of 7 and 9:30 p.m. the Air hearing.