The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on September 15, 1971 · Page 36
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PICK OF THE PUNCH 8D ; Ogden Standard-Examiner, Wednesday, September 15, 1971 "Where do all these pedestrians come from? I'm sure at least half of them are unnecessary." Job Corps Open House Scheduled Nexf Month - CLEARFIELD— Preparations [ "The annual open house cele- haye_ begun at the Clearfield bration gives Utah residents a Job Corps Center for an Oct. 2 open house, marking the facility's fifth anniversary. The public is invited to tour the 81-acre training center from j said. 12:30 p.m. to 4:40 p.m., accord- ' ™ unique opportunity to see for themselves how the Job Corps program works," Mr. Bradley: ing to James G. Bradley, center director. A special program will begin at 3:45 p.m. and will conclude with a drawing for door prizes, "We would encourage everyone to visit the center to gain a better insight into the program," he added. Mr. Bradley said more than 9,200 young men from poverty Mrs. Bradley said. More than backgrounds have been placed 30 prizes will be given away. I in jobs, military service or back Vocational and academic fa-1 in school, since the first 14 en- cilities for the 1,220 corpsmen i rolled on Oct. 4, 1966. enrolled at the center will be opened for public inspection during the open house. Last year, according to Mr. Bradley, nearly 500 visitors re- The Job Corps center, Mr. Bradley said, offers training for men between 16 and 21 in eight major areas: automotive repair, plastics, food_ services -LJJ. Cit_iH-J j Ail_tliiJ( OU W » i^ivwi s* •* *• J-« J J ' 1 -J • * 1 sponded to the open house in-!metal working, welding, social vitation. j worker aids and random trades. UTAH U. COUNCIL OKAYS 'MODEL'| CODE OF CONDUCT FOR STUDENTS SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A. student code of conduct described as "a model document for American universities," has been approved by the University of Utah Institutional Council. The code, six months in the planning by a student-faculty committee, was described by Virginia Frobes, new vice president for student affairs, as being a model for other universities. The code includes a student bill of rights affirming freedom of speech, assembly, press and privacy. It pro' scribes student conduct and provides for procedures to be followed when the code is violated. It also lists rules and procedures for establishing student groups, sponsorship of campus speakers, suspension ; of campus speakers, suspension and expulsion, and the filing of student records. Copies of the new code will be given to every student during the autumn quarter. C >ji: annual district S a Clear plastic shoe box Designed for stacking, also groat for storing curlers, accessories and beauty aids. As«ert«diweod«n clothes hangers Teflon coated ironing pad set Keep clothes in tip-top shape with sturdy hardwood hangers. Expondo-rack for ties, scarfs. 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