The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on April 29, 1965 · Page 2
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The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah · Page 2

Provo, Utah
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Thursday, April 29, 1965
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THURSDAY. APRIL ». 19M owmty. utah TEACHEK riONOrUCO-Herbert VV. Gilbert displays Conservation Education Award he received from Utah State University. Pleasant Grove Man Cited For Efforts In Conservation PLEASANT GROVE - The Conservation Education Award for 1965 presented by the USU College of Forest, Range, and Wildlife Alumni Association has been earned by Herbert W. Gilbert of Pleasant Grove, for "outstanding achievement in the teaching of conservation education." The awarding of the bronze plaque thus engraved was made recently at Logan at the annual banquet of the association. Mr. Gilbert is one of the fifth grade teachers at Pleasant Grove Central Elementary school, where such events as snow schools and canyon clean up projects have become traditional and looked-forward-to events during the school year. Mr. Gilbert is recognized for his "down-to-earth" and persistent teaching of forest and wildlife conservation. Every years for nine years members of the fifth grades have participated in a winter snow school, and every spring and fall ther° are special projects where the students go out to the canyons or surrounding hillsides and actually take part in a planting or cleanup campaign. In the spring of 1963 deer browse was planted east of Grovecreek in Pleasant Grove at what is known as the "chick-; en ranch." Last spring two dump trucks of debris andi trash were gathered from the Silver Lake area in American Fork Canyon through the efforts of the Central School fifth graders. In September of last year the area around Camp Timpooneke was cleaned up, and already a spring project has been planned for the 100 or so students and will be carried out a couple of weeks from now. Before each project there is a period of preparatory learning. It was in recognition of such devoted teaching of conservation that Mr. Gilbert was nominated by Principal Calvin Walker and Supt. Dan W. Peterson and finally selected by the committee represen ting the USU. Orem City Council Ponders Employee Training Program OREM—Orem city officials have asked for additional estimates of money involved in an employee training program which has been proposed by John Binghani, intern city manager. Mr. Bingham outlined a two- phase training program for the city council, the first phase of which would involve training under the Alpine School District's adult education program. A pilot study class in this program was recently completed by all departments and key personnel in the city, The course covered budget methods and procedures. Funds Available Under the program, Mr. Bingham proposed that the city permit instruction on city time for employees wishing to take job-oriented courses approved by the city manager. Funds for such instruction are available from the federal government through the school district. The second phase of the training program involves more advanced studies at Brigham Young University or Utah Trade Technical Institute. Mr. Bingham asked the city to pay up o a maximum of $150 per year er employee for job-oriented nstruction which the employee ould receive on his own time. Question Raised City councilmen generally fa- ored the training program, al- hough some felt the city em- loyee should be willing to take ,t least part of the first phase raining on his own time. They ,sked Mr. Bingham to submit more detailed estimates of the expenditure which would be in- r olved, prior to passage of the iscal year budget. Mr. Bingham emphasized that he city could specify the length ( time an employee must be mployed before being eligible or such training. He also pointed out that the city would have he right to require assurance hat the employee would stay ivith the city for a certain ength of time after receiving he financial assistance for raining. Hearings Set In Zoning Cases OREM—Hearings have been scheduled May 3 for two Orem men charged with violation o the city zoning ordinances. J. E. Nixon, 436 E. 1600 N. has entered a plea of innocen to charges that he maintainei a junk yard in a residentia zone. Hearing will be held a 3 p. m. Howard Uibel, 775 S 560 E., has pleaded innocen to charge of maintaining a du plex in an R-l zone. His hear ing is scheduled for 10 a. m. HOTTEST DAY LOS ANGELES (U-PI) - Res Idents wilted Wednesday under scorching sun that sent the mer cury soaring to 92 degrees, th warmest day of the year an only two degrees below the all time' high for the date. Similar weather was forecai. /or today by the U.S. Weal he Saathoff Seeks Treasurer Post For Demo Party Milton E. Saathoff of Sal Lake City has announced hi; candidacy for the office o state treasurer on the Democratic Party Mr. Saathof has been ac t i v e in the party, having served as vol i n g distric chairman, leg islative chair man, and is a memb e r of Mr. Saathoff the State Central Committee. Jn his statement Mr. Saathoff said there was a need for more frequent reports on the financial status to the State Central Committee. He is a member of the United Steelworkers and has been active in union affairs, having served as treasurer of his local union for 10 years and is now president of his local union. He is a member of the executive board of the state AFL-C10. He has also been active in oth-' er service organizations, aj member of the Lions Club and th« Sail Lake Moose Lodge. IR/HAGES E D. 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SALE BETTER LUGGAGE REGULAR to 9.99 SIZES 18", 21", 24", 26" AND TRAIN CASES Moulded Styles Hard Sides Soft Side Cases Choose from the new Moulded Luggage— dome top styles— and the Popular New Fabric lightweight cases — plaids — solids and tweed patterns. A summer cotton sew and save wardrobe bonanza — solids, patterns, florals, get in en this saving by the yard. SPECIAL 36 TO 45 INCH REGULAR TO 2.49 YARD LACE FABRICS For Graduation and Party Dresses 126 Just compare this great price on all I yd. first quality dress lace I FIRST QUALITY ZIPPERS DP TO 12" LENGTH lOCea UP TO 24" LENGTH 15c CB WIDE LACE AND TRIMS REG. TO 1.00 Yd. 25* yd. Extra wide lace and trim selection at * fraction of regular price ! FANCY GIFT BOXED Towel Sets REGULAR 1.99 NOW ONLY I 35 REGULAR 2.99 NOW ONLY 1" REGULAR 4.99 NOW ONLY O50 Beautifully gift boxed — please mother on her day and just look at the savings while this group lasts ! GIFT SPECIALS NOW! SET OF 4 ICE CREAM OR DESSERT SPOONS f 'set Set of 4 Ice C r e a m Spoons — now you can gets as many as you like at big savings. IDEAL MOTHW'S DAY Gift FRIDAY and SATURDAY ONLY COMPARE THIS SUPER VALUE S**'-' KING-GIANT Sift SET OF 4 TRAY-TABLES- RACK ON WHEELS &, * BRASS LEGS * GROUPING OF 4 frVClUDES RAC, THAT ROWS ON VVHfftS. BEAU1IFUL TRAY DESIGNS. * PUSTIC CUPS A TIPS. ONLY set SALE! Salesman Samples Boys' and MEN'S SWIM SUITS and BERMUDA SHORTS This is a sample line of men's and boys' swim trunks and walking shorts from Campus America's largest selling sportswear line. REGULAR 3.99 CURITY DIAPERS Stock up now — this in the finest first quality diapers — 21x40 size. SPiCIAL BIRDSEYE DIAPERS Standard 27x27 si/« — a whopping big savings — time for you to stock up ! SUPER BABY SPECIAL BABY TENDER SEAT and CARRIER Hurry while they last this is a special price for this sale only I A GIFT MOTHER WILL TREASURE -^. 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