Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on October 26, 1970 · Page 10
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 10

Carroll, Iowa
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Monday, October 26, 1970
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Around The Rotunda Move to Establish Guidelines for Training of Iowa Firemen DES MOINES — The Legislature is going to be asked to create a state fire service commission for the purpose of suggesting minimum training standards for firemen. Law enforcement officers | across the slate already arej required to receive specific training, either at the state's law enforcement academy or I at an approved vocational-tech-! nical school. j The move to establish guide-j lines for standard training of' firemen would be similar toj that taken for policemen, ex-j cept acceptance of the stan- j dards for firemen would not be mandatory. "We'd be in for a heap of 10 Time* Herald, Carroll, lo. Monday, Oct. 26, 1970 20,000 firemen in the state including volunteers. Only 22 out of more than 900 cities have regularly paid fire departments. The idea. Hentges said, Is to have a state commission set up standards for determining a "first class" firemen. This would serve as an inducement for cities and towns as well as firemen. There undoubtedly would be different classes, too, ranging from the metropolitan fireman to the volunteer in the smaller communities. Hentges served as spokesman trouble," said tissisiant. state for a committee of fire service fire marshal Remold Mentis j Personnel representing various "if we tried to start out with ! organizations including the Iowa mandatory requirements." T<ire Cmefs Association, Iowa He explained there are over Association of Professional Firefighters, Iowa Firemen's As- Schedule for School Week Visits Given By Mrs. Carol Fair (Carroll Education Association) The awesome dilemma of today's schools and the need to "shape schools for the 70's" will be the focus of American Education Week to be observed in Carroll and across the country Oct. 25-31. Once a year, since 1921, schools throughout the nation have opened their doors during American Education Week for the public to come in and see firsthand what goes on inside the classroom. All citizens of the Carroll Community School District are urged to take this opportunity to visit the schools. The following time schedule has been arranged for suggested visitation for parents of students at each grade level. Kindergarten, Fairview Monday, Oct. 26, 7:30 p.m. First Grade, Maple River — Thursday, Oct. 29, 2:00 p.m. Second Grade, Fairview — j with each order of develop* j ing and printing of black 91 K and white or Kodacolor film. J 0 201%*ofir~ ^ £ on developing and printing K ^ of slides and movie film. (P 2 CERNETT j * +9 Family Center ^ Thursday, Oct. 29, 4:00 p.m. Third Grade — Fairview — Tuesday, Oct. 27, 8:45 a.m. Fourth Grade, Fairview — Wednesday. Oct. 28, 2:15 p.m. Fifth Grade, Central — Wednesday, Oct. 28, 9:30 a.m. Sixth Grade, Central — Thursday. Oct. 29, 8:45 a.m. No doubt you will find areas which need improvement. On the other hand, you may be pleased to discover innovative programs of which you were not aware. Interested parents and citizens should do more than observe. Ask questions at the schools, of the school board, and of other officials. Give them the benefit of your recommendations and find out what financial support the schools are receiving. Find out who supports and who suppresses educational advancement and remember the significance of giving your support to legislators and political candidates who conscientiously work to improve the schools. American Education Week is sponsored by the National Education Association, The American Legion, the National Congress of Parents and Teachers, and the U.S. Office of Education. This national observance serves to increase public understanding and support of the schools. This year's theme, "Shape Schools for the 70's," gives impetus to local efforts to find ways ifor more people to become involved and work together in combining resources and programs to give students the best possible preparation for life in 'today's complex world. Harrison Weber sociation. Iowa Society of Fire Service Instructors, Iowa State University's Fire Service Extension Service and the state fire marshal's office. Their recommendation parallels movements at the national level and in many of the states to establish training standards for fire service personnel. The proposed standards would be primarily concerned with in-service training, Hentges said, but the commission would be charged with making sugges- L tions to institutions of higher h learning on coordinating in-serv-1 j ice training at their institutions for fire service personnel. A bill, patterned largely from a model bill prepared by the International Association of Professional Firefighters, is being drafted by representatives of the various Iowa organizations. today's FUNNY AD GETS DOCTORATE GREELEY, Colo. (AP) — Henry Janzen, director of athletics and football coach at the University of Manitoba and an ex-professional player at Winnipeg, was among those -receiving doctorates alt the University of Northern Colorado's summer commencement. ^ Thonx to DCbra Sanfana Baytown, Texas 1970 by NFA, Int. Today's FUNNY will poy $1.00 for each original "funny" used. Send qoas to: Today's FUNNY, 1200 West Third St., Cleveland, Ohio 44113. H. Brothertons at Primghar Wedding (Times Herald News Service) WALL LAKE - Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brofcherton attended the wedding of Robert Hughes anc Linda Lou Ney at St. Anthony's Catholic Church in Primghar Saturday at 1 p.m. They also attended the dinner and reception at the Avalon Ballroom in Remsen. Enroute home the Brother- tons called on Mr. and Mrs. Otmar Hugewe at Remsen anc visited with Mrs. Cecil Jorgenson in Sutherland. Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Roth moved Sunday from Lake View to make their home in tine Al brecht apt. in Wall Lake. Weekend guests in the Melvin Pfannkuch home were Mr. and Mrs Dave Auen and family of Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bundl and Mr. and Mrs. Ken Bundl were callers in Des Moines on Friday. Saturday dinner guest; in the home of lone Brown anc Wanda Sifford were Mr. anc Mrs. Lynn McClurg of Pierson and their son Donald of Hollywood, Florida. ROBERT D. RAY Candidate for Reelection as Governor of Iowa ARTHUR N. NEU Candidate for State Senate Carroll, Crawford and Monona Counties Candidate for State Representative for Carroll County •nd East Crawford County THE WINNING TEAM Republican This ad sponsored and paid for by the Carroll County Republican Central Committee mt. m-^ ;> .'- < . '",•>*""#'("••' '*>' >V . 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