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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD Fmlay, Juno 5. 1970 ss i x jijiv -'ffi.1! t ip" WELL-UNDERWAY Construction of the Susie Bawden Elementary School addition is continuing, and public school district officials expect it to be ready for occupancy toward the end of the fnll semester. The addition willtake students from the old Fleetwood and Central Schools, which will then be demolished. Other construction projects now underway on city schools in- ff jt elude the million addition to the Lethbridge Collegiate Institute and a addition to the Agnes Davidson Elementary School. No further major school construction projects will likely be needed in the city for the next few yeors, although there is some possibility the separate school board will be seeking a new elementary school before 1974. RESTYLING RELINING REPAIRING CLEANING AND GLAZING 514 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-2209 Impairment Brings Fines .John David ETCTJS, Coaldale, and Lloyd SzulaJt Kipp, both pleaded guilty to charges of im- paired driving when they ap- peared in magistrate's court in Lethbridge Thursday and were each fined and costs or 35 days in jail. Both were prohibited from driving anywhere in Canada for nine months. Pinclier Creek School Board Presents Brief 'eacher Dedication Said Lacking The Alberta commission on educational planning was told Thursday more and more of the province's teachers lack dedication. The Pinclier Creek school di- vision, in a brief presented at a commission hearing in Blair- more said "teaching appear: to have become just a job rather than a professional career for an increasing number of teach- ers." The commission, headed by Dr. Walter Worth and which 9tli Street Bridge Changes To Be Made By Sept. 30 Tenders will close June 12 for the contract for alterations to Lethbridge's 9th St. bridge. The city's engineering depart- ment has undertaken the pro- ject to provide more room for Lhe large semi trailers that use the overpass. There have been some accidents in the past because some of the larger units didn't have quite enough room squeeze through. Completion date for the project is Sept. 30. The main problem, said an engineering department spokes- man, is the trusses at the ends of each portal. These are spaced out at eight points along tile Bridge. Actual clearance to the top of the bridge is 13' but the xusses. which angle down from the top to the sides of the bridge cut the clearance to about 11' 6" 'or a wide load. Alterations should bring the clearance for the entire width of the bridge to about 16 or 17 feet, the spokesman said. A design that should accom- plish the job has been prepared Coin Club The Medicine Hat Coin Club will hold its 10th annual coin show and banquet June 21 at he Park Lane Motor Hotel in Medicine Hat. Trophies will ba given for Canadian, U.S. and foreign coins, paper money and medal- lions. by a Calgary consulting engi- neering firm, Strong, Lamb and Nelson. Firms bidding on the contract are being asked to sub- mit alternate designs. concludes a series of province- wide hearings in Calgary next week, was told that the atti- tude results from the efforts of teachers to improve their econ- omic position. "Through higher salaries, ideal working conditions such as fine buildings, long vaca- tions and short five-day work weeks some persons have been wrongly attracted into teach- the school division brief said. "T h e result, unfortunately, has been an impersonal ap- proach to the job by persons who have remained uncommit- ted and uninvolved." On the other band, the brief added, many forces are at work lo curtail a n d destroy tho dedicated teacher. Universities, employer and employee g r o u p s, principals and others often restrict the creative talent and freedom of the individual teacher. The school division said its submission was not to be re- garded as "an indictment" of teachers but rather as a way ot illustrating the kinds of teach- ers school Iwards want to at- tract in future years. The brief said boards should recognize dedicated teachers by giving them "a freer hand." by appreciating them far more i than is the case Icday, and by supporting them with "sound I policies." Uniform Objectives Outlined By STEVE BAREHAM Herald Farm Writer The purpose and aims of Uni- farm were outlined in Leth- bridge yesterday, at the an- nual Unifarm region 14 conven- tion. Al McPherson, vice-president of Unifarm and vice-president of the Alberta Wheat Pool, said the main function of Unifarm was to act as a voice for small commodity groups, and as a democratic organization serving the individual and en- tire Alberta agricultural scene. Mr. McPherson, addressing 83 persons at the convention, said Unii'arm's areas of attack should be in marketing re- search, development of two- way trade and research in new commodity usages. Unifarm went on record as supporting the Canadian wheat board, not as a "perfect ar- but as the best present grain marketing organ- ization. It was pointed out by Dr. R. D. Clark, Lethbridge Commu- nity College, school of agricul- ture director, that Canada has at present the cheapest food with relation to average in- comes in the world, but that tile farmer is receiving a de- creasing percentage of the food dollar. Dr. Clark also said, "More and more farm wives are working full or part time off the farm, in order to help make a decent living." Several resolutions were passed at the meeting, in- cluding those asking that: sales and tax refunds on grain storage bins be made more specific and that quonset buildings be made more eligi- ble for rebates if they are used for storing grain. a request be made for federal aid to irrigation dis- tricts for systems rehabilita- tion under the cost-sharing pro- gram. Unifarm go on record as appreciating the recent One Prairie Province Enquiry held in Lethbridge. agricultural production control be geared through pro- (liicer-consrolled to avoid surplusses which might depress prices. Lorraine Riva-Combrin Daughter of Mrs. Mary Derome and grand-daughter of Mrs. M. Fantin received her degree of Bachelor of Education with Distinction at the recent convocation at the University of tethbridge. Miss Riva-Carnbrin has taught school in tethbridge for the post five years. 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