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By Botella Rudolph What did the spring say when it was in trouble? May Which state loves spring the most? May-ne What season is it when you are on a trampoline in May? Spring-time. What May flowers grow on faces? Tulips (Two-lips). the most important person in a Spring wedding? The MAYtron of honor. Which month plan a decision? MAYbe. Who conducts the spring orchestra? May- stro.
Why are oak trees so forgiving? Every May they over a new If April showers bring May flowers, what do May flowers bring? Pilgrims. What goes up when May rain comes down? An umbrella. I wrote last week about May Day baskets etcetera. Since it is May Day when the paper comes out writing how Mayday was used as a distress signal. Mayday got its start as an international distress call in 1923.
Senior radio officer Frederick Mockford at Croy- don Airport in London came up with the idea for because it sounded like the French word or er, which means Mayday, an international radio distress signal used especially by ships and aircraft, has a more linguistic origin than the pragmatic approach of SOS. Before the voice call SOS was the Morse code equivalent of the mayday call. A lot of people think that the distress signal is an abbre- viation for our or our But in reality, these are backronyms, and the letters actually stand for anything. Backronyms may be invented with either serious or humorous intent. An acronym is a word derived from the initial letters of the words of a phrase: For example: RADAR comes from (Radio Detection and Ranging), NASA (Nation- al Aeronautics Space Admin- istration) or NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization).
The word is a blend of back and acronym. While acronyms are formed from phrases or names that exist beforehand, a backronym is an acronym deliberately created to suit a particular either to create a memorable name, or as a fanciful explanation of a origin. Mayday signals must only be used where there is grave and imminent danger to life. Otherwise, urgent signals such as pan-pan can be sent. Procedure calls for the mayday distress signal to be said three times in a row! Mayday radio call should be reserved for life threatening situations.
These may include loss, or imminent loss of aircraft control for any number of reasons. Examples: Aircraft upset by turbulence; pilot incapacitation; spatial disorien- tation; control surface or struc- tural failure; engine failure that will lead to a forced Or, an onboard fire. A Pan-Pan call should be used for urgent situations that are not immediately life threat- ening but require assistance from someone on the ground. These include: Becoming lost, a serious aircraft system fail- ure, that requires an immediate route or altitude change. We get so worried about being pretty.
be pret- ty kind, pretty funny, pretty smart, pretty strong and most important pretty NewsFairfield School News May 2, 2019 FairField Sun TimeS Page 3 Choteau Tales Drop-In Menu: May 6 10 Mon Stew Tues Pizza Wed Chicken Thu Tuna Casserole Fri Choice Power School News Thursday April May 2nd H. Track GFHS Frosh Meet Me- morial Stadium TBA J. Track GF Meet CMR TBA Friday May 3rd Pre-District Meet Stadium 9 AM, 7:15 AM departure Friday May 10th 10 District Meet Memorial Stadium 10 AM, 8:15 AM departure Thursday May 16th Northern Meet Memorial Stadium 10 AM, 8:15 AM departure Friday-Saturday May 24th-25th State Track Meet Laurel Complex 9:30 AM. departure 9:30 AM. Wednesday, May 1 JH FB meeting for boys in grades 4 7, noon Thursday, May 2 GFCC JH meet CMR, time TBA Friday, May 3 No School; Pre-District Track Meet Memo- rial Stadium in GF, time TBA; State Music Festival Helena Support Your LOCAL Newspaper! Subscribe to the Fairfield Sun Times.
Ph. 406-467-2334 PUBLIC NOTICE Hide-A-Way, LLC hereby gives notice to the following customers renting storage units; that items contained in the following units will be sold to satisfy rent, past due and collections fees, plus the cost of auction fees: JOHN STERLING, UNIT Creditors and the General Public are invited to attend this auction on Saturday, May 4, 2019 at 10:00 AM at Hide-A-Way located on Highway 89, Fairfield, MT 59436. Auction is subject to cancellation pend- ing settlement between Hide-A-Way and obliged party. MNAXLP Published Legal The Teton County Board of Commissioners has one (1) position available for a Teton County resident that resides in the Commissioner District or Commissioner District to serve on the Teton County Airport Board. This Board meets monthly in the Teton County Courthouse.
For additional information on district areas or to be considered for one of the board positions, please contact James E. Hodgskiss, Commissioner, at 406-466-2151 or email Jim at by 5:00 p.m. Wednesday, May 22, 2019. Dated this 16th Day of April, 2019 E. Hodgskiss, Chairman Teton County Board of Commissioners Published MNAXLP LEGAL The Teton County Board of Commissioners will accept sealed bids for the following surplus property: One 2007 Ford Diesel Type 1 Ambulance with 107,867 miles.
All bids must be received by the Teton County Board of Commissioners by 5:00 p.m. Wednesday, May 15, 2019 at the Teton County Courthouse, Choteau, Montana or mail to Teton County Commissioners, Box 610, Choteau, MT 59422. The bids will be opened on Thurs- day, May 16, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. at the regular meeting. For more information or to view the surplus property please contact the Teton County EMS Director Deb Coverdell at 406-466-5552.
The Teton County Board of Commissioners reserve the right to reject any or all bids. Dated this 22nd Day of April, 2019 E. Hodgskiss, Chairman Teton County Board of Commissioners Published April 25 May 2 MNAXLP Please send SCHOOL NEWS items to May 2nd men Orientation BB Awards Banquet 7:00 Friday, May 3rd NO SCHOOL PIR DAY; Track Fairfield Quad Great Falls Memo- rial Stadium; JV Golf Cut Bank; State Music Festival Saturday, May 4th JH Track Cut Bank (Shelby Host); State Music Festival; Golf Cut Bank Monday, May 6th Golf Divisional Wolf Point (practice round) Tuesday, May 7th Divisional Golf Wolf Point Wednesday, May 8th Divisional Golf Wolf Point Friday, May 10th Divisional Tennis Great Falls Saturday, May 11th JH Track Cut Bank Divisional; TR District Meet Sunday, May 12th Day Show Me A Little History! Recently, the Sun Times received these two photo from Michelle Olson. The photos show her mom, Mary Agnes (Farnik) Olson, who was a teacher in August and passed away recently. The top photo was taken during the 1949-50 school year.
We would like to thank Michelle for sharing these photos with our readers. Continued From Front Page Several of the shots were time lapsed from a variety of interesting angles and locations. The crowd was mesmerized. interest in technology was apparent as he explained the various tools, techniques, equipment and editing software he used. The evaluators for the event were Courtney Duke- Graves, Courtney Cowgill and Mitchell Peters.
Forseth was awarded grand champion in the senior division for his video. The other 4-H members also did an excellent job. Claire Long was grand champion in the pre-junior category with the next several participants not far behind and tying in points. The event was fun, entertaining, interactive and completed with a meal and comraderie. The 4-H Communications Committee, who planned the event, included Susan Snyder and Heidi Konen.
Kwin Briscoe, Teton County 4-H Ambassador, served as the master of ceremonies. The Teton County 4-H program appreciates all who were involved to further communication skills of our youth..
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