The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 1, 1971 · Page 20
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8B ' Ogden Standard-Examiner, Friday, October 1, 1971 PHOTOGRAPHIC training equipment utilized "by the Training Branch at the IRS Ogden Service Center is explained to Mrs. Helen C. Davis of the State Department of Lynn Peterson, branch chief. IRS Introduces Visitor Program DAY BY DAY Visit to Beauty Salon Settles It!! Simple Home Set Best ByJRIS SYNDERGAARD For some time, I've been putting' off getting my hair done , .because, to tell the truth, beauty salons intimidate me. But after my family .took .up a collection for me last week) I figured the LEAST I could do was take the hint so I made an appointment. ' The plush beauty salon I found myself in a few days later rattled me so bad I'd have turned to run except somebody had shut the door behind me and the ebony slab was so mod I couldn't find the knob. BLACK DESK Timidly, I ap- Iri* proached a black desk, edged : with gold, in search of Yvonne, who had consented to "cut" me. A carefully coiffed blonde seated behind a gold phone eyed me -with a faint air of disbelief. "Are you," I inquired, voice quivering -ever so slightly, "Yvonne?" although heaven knows I didn't doubt it. She looked like an Yvonne. Swiveling on her stool, the elegant personage appeared to be trying to find someone behind me to answer but, alas, there was only me. Indicating I was to trail along in her wake, she led me to a booth where I was seated before a gilt-framed mirror. "Well," she said, "and what are we going to have done today?" "We are going to have our hair cut," I responded. .J'Really," she said, hauling hands full of my hair this way and that, her expression . discouraged. I could tell she was toying with the idea of suggesting I buy a wig I could send out, leaving me home. Instead, with commendable bravery, she picked up a razor. "Let us," she said, "try my latest creation — the 'oel-de- bqeuf.' "' I jerked nervously alert. Even my rusty French recognized the phrase to mean "eye of an ox." Why did Yvonne want me to look like the eye of an ox? As she began to cut, however, I was reminded that "oel-de- boeuf" can also mean a round, or oval, window and that is precisely the sort of hair do Yvonne gave me. '..'.••• I left the salon-with a round, oval crest of : hair amid which my face dwelt.' looking startled 'and forlone, a bit the-way Doris Day might look if her careful hairdo should ever ; get caught in a cyclone. OFF CENTER Toward the door, across thick carpeting, past pink-lit mirrors and rnrough perfumed air I plodded, my stiffly lacquered creation pulling me slightly off- center. And as I went I resolved my next hairdo would be the simple kind — washed in the shower and rolled up sideways, by .me. AT CURFEW. Do you suppose it's okay 'to appreciate clean air and •till b* wiitful about th« smell of burning leaves in autumn — foravtr gone? ACCESS ROAD HEARING DUE Weber County residents were reminded today of the public 1 hearing .to te held Tuesday at 10 a.m. on a proposed access road to the Slaterville Irrigation Co.. The hearing will be held at the Weber County Health Department auditorium. The project calls for improving a half-mile of roadway beginning on U84 at a point approximately. 1,000 feet south of the 12th Street intersection.. The hearing was called by the Utah Road Commission. Application Under Study For A new visitor program which may bring foreign nationals — including artists, teachers, professional people and vocational- teachnical leaders — to the Ogden area has been instituted at the IRS Ogden Service Center. The program was announced Monday following a visit by Mrs. Helen C. Davis, program officer for the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, | Department of State. Mrs. Davis toured the center and accompanied by Mark Dar-! ney, executive vice president of j Greater Ogden Chamber ofj Commerce, also visited Ogden, taking a motor tour of recreational, educational and industrial sections of the city. MANY VISITORS She said that many of the visitors will be persons who are in fields allied with the types of education offered in the Ogden area. Additionally, persons who are in fields allied with Ogden's in-i - i FINISHES COURSE SOUTH OGDEN—Capt. Richard L. McGregor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lorin D. McGregor of 4033 S. 875 E., has graduated from ithe Air University's Squadron Officer School at Maxwell AFB, Ala. ! The Weber Basin Health Plai;- jning Council has charged a board of directors committee to review and "comment on a i $2.3 million application for federal funds prepared by the in- jtermountain Regional Medical jProgram (TRMP). I The action came • after IRMP, dustry and who can "better re-1 associate director Richard Hag- Plans Under Way for 1972 Cancer Drive late to small towns" can be expected to visit here, Mrs. Davis reported. She said some persons visiting the United States under the program are those who want to "see America" — to shop, sightsee, and learn about the United States. Some of the visitors may be women, others men and in certain cases particularly talented children may also be programmed to visit the IRS Center and the Ogden area. VOCATIONAL TEACHER Should the visitor be a vocational teacher, for example, Mrs. Davis said the recommendation would be made that vocational-technical educational facilities at Weber State College be included on the tour. lund approached the council to get that agency's support behind j IRMP programming. THREE Responsible PHASES for developin and maintaining inno v a't i v e health care and delivery of service programs throughout the Intermountain area, the IRMP has asked for funding in three phases. The first portion of the grant will go to support a variety of existing projects ranging from stroke treatment to cardio vascular training for physicians j and a radiology program. | Mr. Haglund told directors, that the second part of the ; included on the tour. I grant will go to fund seven new The State Department fTst & . ^ in | luding an infectious inated the center as a visi- program, a cur- nurses as doc- and a regional! designated the center as a visi- P^ OT tor stop for foreign leaders in j^ m to government, media, labor and tors assod education last March. , I poison control center. Such visitors include heads ofj 1 ' ^ ]ast nase O f f unc iing wil-1 state such as prime ministers. | finance g^n p ii ot projects on kings and queens, presidents j & short . ternl basis.-and similar personages Committee members were in- Since then the center has had stnlcted to make the study and a number of visitors, including fi j e their report within Qiel Albert Kininda, etftw-lMhief n ' ext 30 ^ys. \ W. DEAN SMITH Medical Student WINS GRANT FOR STUDY W. Dean Smith, son of Mr. and' Mrs. Wallace A. Smith of 1034 Henderson, has received a $1,000 grant from the Sidney A. Levine Scholarship Fund to assist him at George Washington University Medical School, Washington. Mr. Smith is a 1965 graduate of Ben Lomond High School and also graduated from Weber State College. He served an LDS mission.. He is married to the former Joanne Glanville. They have a daughter and are residing in Arlington, Va. . Plans for a 1972 American Cancer Society fund drive in Weber County were announc3d today by ,M. J. Deamer; president of the Weber County Chapter. The annual drive, which will involve more than 3,500 local "Cancer Crusaders" in this area, will be held next April in conjunction with national society's "Cancer montti." Neither Weber County, unit of American .Cancer Society nor the local Heart Fund drive are involved in the United Appeal drive currently under way. After participating in a joint appeal for two years, all three agencies agreed to hold separate campaigns after the joint fund, drive failed to net adequate funds. SPECIAL GIFTS "Our drive in 1972 will include door-to-door, business and industry and special gifts campaigns," said Mr. Deamer. "The business and industry drive was re-activated due to our separation from the joint United Appeal program this year," he added. i Mr". Deamer also noted that | the cancer society has a year- I round memorial program that [accepts donations in behalf of local residents who pass away. "The two-fold purpose of our I drive will be to raise funds for society projects and educate tht public to me dangers of cancer," he added. i '"During the 1972 campaign j we will emphasize the idea that j the education aspect is just as important as the fund drive." Mr, Deamer noted that cancer is the number two cause of death among all Americans. This year, throughout the United States, he noted, 975,000 will be treated for cancer. WILL DIE Of that number, 335,000 will die. "In Utah alone, an estimated 1,100 people will die of cancer this year while another 2,1001 new cases will be discovered," | the president of the Weber | County unit pointed out. He also indicated that money raised during the April cancer j drive will support nationwide lesearch, public education and go for assistance to cancer patients. During the past two years, an important project financed by cancer donations has been the Virginia Whitney Mem o r i a 1 Clinics sponsored in 20 Utah counties. FREE EXAMS The clinics offer free pap smears 'and breast examina-! tions for women. And so far. | two per cent of all women examined have had some form of cancer. Similar clinics will soon be conducted in Golden Spike Empire counties. "Major objectives of o-ur 1972 drive will be to urge physical checkups and help local resi- dents leam to recognize the warning signals," Mr. Deamer concluded. NEW! CASIO PERSONAL ELECTRONIC CALCULATOR HAS A GRAND TOTAL MEMORY of the Congolese Press Agency of Kinshasa; the permanent secretary. Ministry of Finance of Gambia, Demba N-Dow, and others. • Mrs. Davis said she has. no idea" who the-center's first visitor will be under the new program. -•-•• ALCOHOLISM CAN BE TREATED j Utah Alcoholism Foundation +1 INfORMATIQN OfHCf * j Phon. 393-597 J j| s29 25th Str««f, Oodon, Utah* | .»-•-.••••-•"»"»"» •*"*"*"*-* X GRAIN-FED BABY BEEF AT EVERYDAY LOW PRICES! T.nder, tasty, non-wasty typo beef at lowest possible everyday prices. To b. able to do this, w« buy, feed and process our own beef and pass savings on io you! CHUCK STEAK •lad* Cut POT ROAST POT ROAST Round Bone POT ROAST ROUND STEAK RIB STEAK CUBE STEAK SIRLOIN TIP STEAK HEEL or RUMP ROAST STEAK STEW MEAT 89c lb GROUND ~ BEEF FREEZER BEEF Half or Hind Custom cut, \vhol. Quarter Quart*; , D . 62c ib. 75c ib. 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