The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 7, 1971 · Page 20
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Ogden Standard-Examiner, Thursday, October 7, 1971 6B Ogden Stanctara-uxaminer, J.UUIBU«»J, ^^.^ -, ^ Weber Board to Study Busing Complaints _ _ . : .. . „,!_ oitomativps facing the motl The Weber Board of Education Wednesday took under advisement pleas by- two delegations of concerned mothers asking for extension of school bus routes "in problem The spots in question are Liberty—where. erratic bus schedules cause children to wait in intense cold-and one section of Roy in which several families find themselves equidistant from three elementary schools, the board was told. "I thought we were through with busing problems for•the vear" one board member sighed.after debate concerning the routes forced cancellation of some business matters from the group of mothers was turned down, with Supt William R*'B6ren expressing a desire to work" out. -an "equitable solution'-' in executive discussions. The Liberty petition was| presented by. Mrs. Ron Rasmussen and Mrs. Robert Fletcher on behalf of 11 elementary and high school students who wait near the LDS chapel. Despite Mrs. Rasmussen's testimony that it takes 15 minutes for an adult to walk iom her house to the stop in winter, the problem was isolated as one of waiting- children sometimes stand for long periods of tune in sub-zero temperatures when buses are late Dr. Laverd John, assistant superintendent, noted the petition would be in exception to at least two school bus transportation policies: children can be required to walk farther than the 2,297 feet in question, and buses are to be driven only on hard-surfaced roads 20 feet in width. , . „ , . The extension road is 18 teet. Supt. Boren went through the compler ?ch«ol' bus funds-formula during the discussion, indicating that 80 per cent of unds available come from the state, and none are available. Mrs. Fletcher presented several charts .showing range of winter temperature levels in Liberty as compared to Ogden. The board asked to retain the charts while considering the request. . . . Supt. Boren accepted responsibility for a mistake in districting which gave the Roy delegation grounds for complaint. The group, headed by Mrs. Joe Ritchie, lives in a section of Roy just under one mile from Lakeview and Valley View schools, and just over a mile— 5,380 feet - from Municipal, School, .which their children attend. . . District policy has been to bus children living over a mile from schools, but it-was an administrative error to assign trie children to a school over the mile limit, when two others lie within it, Supt. Boren asserted. Board Director Jerry Crouch reiterated . the financial problems attendant with any revision or extension of school routes and said apparent alternatives facing the mothers would be introduction of the children into a nearer school or just to continue as is. Despite, the apparently insoluble nature of the problem. Supt. Boren said, "I'm willing to work with these people and see if we can't do something to rectify the mistake." U.S. Jaycee Vice President To Pay Brief Visit in Ogden U.S. Jaycee vice president Sam Winer will pay a short visit to Weber District Jaycees here Saturday at 3 p-m. in the Ben Lomond Hotel. . He is currently on a whistle- stop tour of Utah, one of five states' under his jurisdiction, to review Jaycee programs and visit -a number' of districts and chapters. A resident of West Virginia Mr. Winer has received much national recognition for his involvement and accomplishments in the Jaycee organization.. Following the meeting at the hotel the Jaycees national vice president will head for Kaysville to visit with Wasatcn Front District Jaycees before moving on to the Salt Lake areju Injured Man Undergoes Eye Surgery A 24-year-old Ogden man, injured while duck hunting near Hooper Saturday, has undergone surgery to remove a shotgun pellet from his right eye. Nick Terkelson, 24, of 2226 Eccles was treated at St. Benedict's Hospital and referred to a private physician who performed the surgery at the -McKay Hospital. He was later released. Weber County Sheriff's Deputy Wilbur Dodson said a pellet from a shotgun blast aimed at a low-flying duck struck Mr. Terkelson in the eye. Deputy Dodson said a doctor who examined the victim prior to the removal of the pellet said there should be no permanent damage to the eye. A I- - OGDEN CITY fire fighter Richard Lenhardt {right) ^ presents firemen's hall tickets to County Fire Chief -~~ Clair Shaw. ^OGDEN FIREMEN WILL SPONSOR 54TH ANNUAL BALL SATURDAY The Osden Firemen's Association will present its 54th annual baU to the Ben Lomond Motor Hotel Crystal Ball$2 a couple. 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