The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 3, 1971 · Page 14
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Cft/EENIE By Phil Interlandi) "I AM trying not to look lecherous." Grade Schools in Utah to Test • - . - '. " • •" ' " • r '-.."-. ' "• "• .'"'"-- ' ' ,_ x : Unique 'Occupation' Program SALT LAKE 'CITY—A novelfclotHing';industry—fourth grade; program: of exposing youngsters | construcaon industry—first and to different types of vocations—I sixth grade; transportation the only program of its kind in the nation 4s being born this fall in eight test classrooms in Utah •schools. Called Elementary World of Work (WOW), the e n d-e a v o r hopes to provide children with industry—third and 'fourth grades . and newspaper industry—fifth or sixth grades: LEARNING PACKAGE A. total of.$9,000 will be spent in staffing VIBRANT AND HAPPY Housewife Carries New Heart 2 Years SUNNYVALE, Calif. (AP) —[ing, and.making the beds. Betty Johnson of Logan, Utah, <<i> m 'different. I-feel great, enjoys cooking, cleaning andjj have C i rcu f a ti 0 n and I have riding her bicycle to the grocery „ store. When she has the chance i vitality again. she likes to ski. ! Five years ago at her Logan Tvvo years ago no one thought!home she was struck by a heart she would ever have that chance | attack. For three years her hus- again. Lying in bed, dying of |bacd cared forjier^while serving heart disease, she weighed 81 "" 1 """ J " c "" TT "'*" the project several views of various — : —~ ~ •—~—• "families" of occupations before !..-• . 1*111 the. youngsters'' ideas, are|/VlOjT6 ICf/ld Added solidified. ' I _. ,.. ' _ . " ' AGE NINE [To Umta Forest It is in line with nationalj SALT LAKE CITY (AP) _ studies which have shown that Uinta National Forest bounda . children by age 9 understand ries , have beert extended to ^ the concept of work ana are| dude 24755 additional acres .. in familiar with a wide vanety..ot utah ; Juab and Sanpete coun . occupations. ' tieSj t g e Bureau of Land Man- According to WOW program agement reported Wednesday, director Ray Warner 24 Approximately 14,670 acres of families of occupations will be ^^0^ land was trans- developing materials 'to go into the learning packages,' Mr: -Warner said. '- . •'The program is . currently funded jointly by a federal grant through the office of the Utah State Board of Education and funds from the Davas, Ogden and Prpvo 'school and ^districts. 'If the project works .' as planners hope, benefits to. the child will be multiple, says Mr. Warner. h BLM to th Forest classrooms this fall. (Service. The remaining land is Each will be presented from a privately owned, package which includes teacher materials, suggested" course outline, pictures, project ideas 14A. Ogden Standard-Examiner, Sunday, October 3, 1971 THE BIGGEST SALE OF THE YEAR AT SINGER and, where available, films. 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She came home Christmas Eve after recovering from the transplant operation at Stanford Medical Center. Today she is vibrant and happy. "I had 2 fall a couple damaged a said. "Just but I'm, recovered now, and I feel -fine." Mrs. Johnson said, "I do all months ago and vertebrae." she clumpsy I guess as head of the University of Utah School of Educational Administration. She said she never hestitated when doctors told her she needed to undergo a transplant. "Many of my friends have said how courageous I was-to have the operatioin. It doesn't take courage not to want to die," she said-, Mrs. Johnson Is one.-,of 34 people to receive'new hearts at the Stanford Medical Center: Thirteen .are still living, ^including. three who have survived three I my own housework — the cook- years or more. West Will Get Satellite To Bring in TV Signal SALT LAKE CITY (UPI) —I place it in stationary "-orbit in May, 1973. 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