The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 4, 1971 · Page 17
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The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah · Page 17

Ogden, Utah
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Monday, October 4, 1971
Page 17
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Large Classes Due to Short Budget MAJ. CHARLES R. WILSON Begins Job Comptroller Begins DDO Assignment •DEFENSE DEPOT OGDEN— Maj. Charles R. Wilson, USAF, recently arrived" here to assume duties as deputy comptroller, a post vacated, by Maj. Bruce A. Barnes, USA, who was transferred to Okinawa. •. An Air Force ROTC graduate, Maj. Wilson received a bachelor degree in accounting from Oklahoma State University, • Stillwater, after graduation from Seminole High School in Pauls Valley, Okla. Major assignments -he has completed include duty at Tinker AFB, Okla., Elmendorf AFB, Alaska, and Bien Hoa Air Base in Vietnam. He has earned the Air Force Commendation Medal with one oak leaf cluster, Vietnamese Service Medal, Vietnamese Combat Medal, National Defense Service Medal, and an outstanding unit ribbon with one cluster. Maj, Wilson resides in quarters on the installation with his wife, Jimianne and the daughter. Budget problems make it impossible to reduce class loads in some cases an the Ogden School District, Dr. William L. 3-arner, superintendent, has told a parent delegation-from the •"rrandview School area. Several elementary^ schools lave overcrowding in some rooms. In other schools some classes are below optimum size the superintendent said.. Where • possible, adjustments have been made and others may still be. In response to a question from board member George L. Bell Dr. Garner said that possbilities o f equalizing classes by busing had been considered a year ago and dropped. It might be a solution now, but still appears undesirable because "it is unfair to take young students to other parts of the city where they are not acquainted," Dr. Garner said. William Beutler 1543 Oakcrest spokesman for the group, said parents are concerned about the size of the two second grade classes at Grandview. Each contains 35 students too .many for a maximum effort, he said. The school has an unused classroom and the two second grade teachers have with them an aide who is also a certified teacher. Dr. Garner said that because of tie wage freeze problem the district is uncertain just how it stands on teacher salaries. He pointed out that the aide, because of her training level, can provide a lot of help for the two teachers and even take students into the available empty room for instruction., Dr. Russell Carruth, assistant superintendent, said the aide now gets around $3,000. Her salary if she were faired as an accredited teacher would be about $6,000. : •Mrs. Robert H. Brodstein, a school patron, said she had.been told some time ago by;a,school board member that one of -the items-in bargaining for teacher salaries was that class loads in the district would be kept at 30 students:or fewer'in Hie .first three grades 'Ralph Russo, Ogden Education Association president said that teachers had agreed to take one per cent less to keep the first grade down in size. Slaterville Man Escapes Serious Injury in Mishap SLATERVILLE — A'19-year- old Slaterville. man escaped serious injury in a one-car mishap at .about 1 a.m. Sunday near his home. Kelly .W. Knight of 2360 -W. Pioneer Road said he was on his way home on 600 S. near U-84 when the mishap occurred. He said a .car coming .the other direction failed to dim its lights, temporarily bunding him and causing him to run off the road. Weber County Sheriff's Deputy Wilbur Dodson said the Snight car struck a small tree and went into a ditch. It was demolished. The deputy said a motorist took Mr. Knight Home and his mother took him to St. Benedict's. Hospital for treatment of a head laceration. Prison Term Given Man In Drug Raid An Ogden man, picked up in a city-wide drug raid in May, ias been sentenced, to the Utah Jtate Prison "to serve a term of live-years to life for sale of a stimulant drug. • Randall E. Brown, 18, of 634 E. 875 N. pleaded guilty to the charge before 2nd District Judge John F. Wahlquist, who levied the sentence. •••-.• Brown was arrested May 12 by Ogden police task.squad detectives after selling the drugs to an undercover police officer. Franeine Coleman, 22, of 654 21st, apartment 2, was arrested during the same city-wide raidj on two counts of sale of a stimulant drug: She entered -a-plea of guilty to one count and the other was dismissed before '2nd District Court Judge Calvin Gould. Judge Gould sentenced her to serve six months in the Weber County Jail, receiving two days credit for one served if a model prisoner. • . High School Students Attend Air Force Briefing Tonight HILL AIR FORCE BASE—A. hundred high school students! and their counselors from Weber and Davis counties will attend a special U.S. Air Force Academy briefing here tonight at the base officers' club. The event, which will get under way at 6:30 p.m., is sponsored by the Utah AFA. The students, prospective candidates for the academy at Colorado Springs, will be addressed by three Air Force ( Academy liaison officers as-j signed to this area. OFFICERS LISTED They are Col. Paul Simmons, Lt. Col. Clifford Lawrence and Maj. Charles Winn; the officers will show films, answer ques- tions and outline admission procedures for the academy. They will also indicate to the guests that-time is running short for applying for a congressional nomination to the Air Force Academy. Students unable to attend the dinners who express an interest in applying for the academy should contact Col. Lawrence at 777-2961 or Maj. Winn at 2957598 in Bountiful. Ogden Standard-Examiner, Monday, October. 4,. 1971 5B City Council Will Nominate Four To Economic Development Agency The • names of four prominent justness and^ economic leaders have -been: suggested by city councilinen for ' membership on Hie • 0-v c'raM.. Economic Development- .Program Committee. - : Names of the .potential appointees';from' which two must LJUlAlLGGiB' (ilVi** »fAAAV.»» •.»» — • be selected, were not revealed The being committee, formed by whidi is .the Weber LSC.LUg J.VTJ.A*A^\* ~V , , Comity, Commission •' to help boost -the economy through seeking federal grants for public works and development, will have six purposes: SPONSOR. ACTION —Initiate -and sponsor action, — Accept commitments pursuant to the Economic pending their acceptance Open Week ends. Continuous 1 p.m. Open 6:45 p.m. THEATRE Weekdays. "AIRPORT" plus "MRS. FOLUBOX SKY" Tuesday is Ladies Night LAYTON 96 NO. MAIN "WHAT DO YOU SAY TO A NAKED LADY" (X) pill* "THI STATUI" i«) Box 6:30, show 7 p.m. Special kidi ihowi Sot. 1 p.m. Ladies' Nito Thtir*day'» Authorizes License The Weber County Commission has authorized a business- license be issued to Lewis Housely, 1448 26th, to conduct a plumbing and heating business. . SHOWS TONIGHT 7;00.9:00 Rkttard Boone "Big Jake* A CINEMA CENTER FILMS PRESENTATION tECHNCOQR" PANAVSQN* A NATIONAL GENEEAL PCTliaES PLEASE MOVIE RATINGS FOR PARENTS AND YOUNG PEOPLE »• •»>«*» tlttn iHinft I* it Hum ffnmt Km* ito xrtiWiy «f Mift (MM* I* rim* «r «•*•**•* MlttttAMITm tnrilAulMO* \Snttf ITrtWJlm KtMUdyft: M WE DWH 17 ADHITTH lAfi limit «uy WY- In artiin «mt) »i» BE *• HI "Carnal Knowledge" i« one of the best movies ever!" -^Lix Smith, Cosmopolitan Miteft^^ Candice Bergen;ArthurGarfunkel Ann Margret and Jutes Feifler. Cama! Knowledge.) "Carnal Konwledge' is brilliant. A feast of a film!" -Judith Crist, N.Y. Magazine Show times 7:15 & 9:30 NATIONAL GENERAL THEATRES I NOW SHOWING! FAMILY NIGHT SMORGASBORD 5 p.m.-9 p.m. Mlon.-Tues.-Wed. $173 ADULTS ONLY Children TOcyr. to oge 10 1 Paul's BLUE OX SMORGASBORD ROY, UTAH Ph. 773-3842 hamburers Tuesday only. Big quarter-pound . burgers regular price 49c each. Thi» prie« on lot» of 3 only Roy Rogers 3205 Harrison Blvd., Ogden evelopment Act programs. -^Sponsor project proposals.. —Request" and accept .the enefits'provided under tiie act. -Acquire, disburse, .allocate, orrow and otherwise handle unds. . ; • —Establish legal relationships with other organizations. .. . The committee will serve as the coordinator of local activities -designed to • stimulate private and public investment ind ' provide permanent employment and .growth opportunities -in'-tiie- county. Council discussed the appointments at last week's meeting, then tabled action unal this week's session to give councilmen more time to consider eligible 1 KAYSVILLE THEATRE-376-5272 "WILLY WONKA AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY" Rated G Optn< 7:15, ihowi 7^0-9:15 Ladici' night «ach Tun. BOX 7:30, SHOW t P.M. Box 7:00 »Swed«n" 7:30 "Moniq«*"'9:lO f'Womon" 10:40 RATED X PROGRAM NO. moiuque .|n color Bonus Hit Program No. 1 "WOMEN OF THE WORLD"' Rated X IOX 7:00, SHOWS AT DUSK 1st RUN TWO ACTION HITS PROGRAM NO. 2 PAUAMOJNI PICIUBE; TOSENTS . AOtCftT mi(Hfl<U. MDFOftD POIUMD UTTU FAUSS SHAFT* Ml THE MOVIE HOTEL Bf N lOMOND The runaway bestseller is on the screen. Open 6:45 Shows 7-9 SeanConnerY The AridersoiiTipes 4 4 • 4 4 4 4 4 4 •«>•*- CONCEKT PRCSENTA » Cast of 52, Including Yvonne Ellirnan »nd other* of the original cast album, fullorchestra and choir. Entire production under supervision or Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice TUIS., OCT.12 8 P.M. SALT PALACE TICKETS: 4.50 -.5.50-6.50 NOW ON SALE AT SALT PALACE BOX OFFICE ONLY MAIL ORDERS-ACCEPTED • flMit.tnclmi ~" J FRESH LIME DRIVE IN] Won., Oct. 4th Tues., Oct. 5th Wed., Oct. 6th TACOS 3/1°° ,, Joe Ryan had but ont life A to give for his country. " The CIA ask«d for it twice These are the Daughters of Darkness They are waiting for you — If you think these ladies ore something. Wait until you meet MOTHER, she's something else 1 . J RESTRICTED Under 17 requires oecompoiiying Parent or AduTt Guardian THE/R FORM MAM FROM WARNER BROS. A KINMIHSURESERVICE Box open* 7:30 Firit show 8 p.m Weeknights from 7 p.m Weekends from 1 p.m PLUS CO-HIT AT NORTH STAR "HARPER i Orpheum • I • North Star Omega" 3:00,11:50 "Harper" 9:50 Open Weeknights 5:45 Shows 6:00, 8:00, 10:00 con Michael Caine IN A METKO-GOLDWYM.MAYER RELEASE C| IN METROCOLO! - ^^ Sooth Dome Theofr* "Clay Pigeon" 9:15 "Get Carter" 7:30 'WINNER 6r7 ACADEMY AWABOS BEST PICTURE! North Dome Theatre Shows 8:00 p.m. REFRESHING 8:00 p.m. daily IN EXCITING AND, aOTICIDVENTU ! —ludilhOil.NBC.TV ih Century-poic presents ^^ WALKABOUT • >'- COLOR BY; DELUXE* > [GPI Action Co-F«otur« In Color ESCAPE mOM •THI.PLANtT OF THI APH" * NORTH STAR II DP1VI CNLBIGMAM CI11 HI WAV "Bunny" 8:00, 11:15 "Mama" 9:4O Box Open 7:30 the two most notorious woman bank robbers - -. BUNNY |yHARE meets. BLOODY MAMA REWARD asap BANK HOBBERY V-f-Vj—y. ^ M ^ , — AV..I end considered dangerous. BUNNY O'HARE - . O N,,... ne5t B ° rp[ne fn "ThelNCREDlBLBSAGAof. "MA" BARKER! • t.uESH* NICHOLSON AM5 SwSuELZ.ARKOFF^(KHr SHELLEY WINTERS.-, .Bloody "PAT DON DIANE .HlNGLE-STROUD-VARSl COLOR^—iw <•

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