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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD Wtdrnsrfov, March 14, 1973 Public school board Extra-curricular pay debated By HERB LEGG Herald Staff Wrilcr Public school trustees Tues- day agreed teachers should re- ceive extra pay for special ac- tivities outside the but balked at a suggestion Ural money be accounted for by the teachers. Superintendent Dr. 0. P. Lar- son said funds for extra-curric- ular activities can be provided to school principals for distri- bution to deserving teachers. The scale suggested by Dr. Larson includes: Senior high schools, plus S1.50 per student; junior high, plus ?1 per pupil; elemen- tary, per pupil in Grades 4 to 6; Dorothy Gooder School and elementary schools with primary grades only, total grant. Dr. Larson said each princi- pal should notify the board by May 1 each year the amounts to be paid each teacher enti- tled to extra-curricular pay. "T h e notification shall also indicate the activity supervised by each lie said. Trustee Reg Turner said a system wliich lists where and public money is being spent is net practical or sen- sible. There may be'seyeral activi- ties involved. That is the busi- ness of Hie (school) staff. I've always been against extra-cur- ricular pay. "The board should allocate oney per student to take care of activities outside the curri- culum. It's entirely up to that staff and that principal what they do with Mr. Turner said. He said insisting that teach- ers account for extra dollars is 'not a very professional thing at all." Trustee Carl Johnson said no financial boost is given teach- ers for additional work during the school day work which he said could be considered ex- tra-curricular. "f don't see where tlvere's any recompense for work bcypnc a student catch up on his he said. Board chairman Dr. i Dong McPherson said that kind of money is not appreciated by sincere educators. "Good teachers give way beyond what is considered part of a school day in their con- cern for their students. They do it because they want lo do Dr. McPherson said. Trustee Doug Card said teachers should not be asked to state where and how board fluids are being spent: "Why is there the necessity of account- ing for tliis to the sscretary- he said. Trustees agreed to table their proposal xuitil principals are asked if they object lo a new ono which would pro- vide the same funds but with- out any reference to auricular" activity. 'extra- Regional Science Fair as scheduled for weekend The chairman of the teachers could seriously bridge Regional Science Fair said today the project will con- tinue as planned March 17 and JO _ whether or not the cur- rent rural teachers' strike has been settled. Dr. Jim Bole said (here has the call of duty, work with a! been some concern that strike tudent on his studies, helping I action by Southern Al- 3-DAY jg" 1 MARCH V; MARCH 15, 16 AND 17 lues QUALITY BEDDIN _______ Hardwood Colonial Bed Spring-Filled Mattress and Posture Board 39" wide An idecl buy for any member of Ihe family. COMPLETE MARCH VALUE 3 DAYS ONLY Z UNITS 79 ,50 AN EXCEPTIONAL HIGH QUALITY HOLLYWOOD UNIT Featuring Colonial Headboard, foam mailress with matching box spring and metal frame with rug rollers. _ MARCH VALUE COMPLETE 119 jeopardize the fair. "Since the fair is sponsored by the Lelhbridge branch of the Alberta Institute of Agrologists, rather than the school boards, the fan- will go on as planned and should not be adversely af- Dr. Bole said. He said participating rural students have been _screened by fair officials and 'are now putting the final touches on their displays. "Students who require equip- ment from their schools, or who encounter other problems, should contact their scree ners or a member of the Science Fair committee at tlie Leth- bridge Research Dr. Bole said. The fair will be held in the 4-H Building of the Lethbridge Exhibition Grounds. Plans for tvest side development It's a prelly lonely look- ing place now, but in a few years new West Lelh- bridge residential develop- ment should look like the artist's conception below, city council hopes. Con- struction on the new 6th Ave. S. bridge to. the west side and construction on a lake for Ihe development lo begin by should give Ihe develop- ment a boost, Plant call for abciut 56 lots to sold for house construction this year. lormon life vill be topic it affairs meet Southern Alberta Council on 'ublic Affairs will hear what means lo bs a Mormon in lis community when it meets t noon Thursday at Sven Ericksen's Family Restaurant. Featured speaker will be Kelvin Jubber, a high coun- cillor of Ihe Lethbridge Stake of he Mormon Church and math- imatics instructor at the Leth- jridge Community College. WE'VE MADE A SPECIAL PURCHASE ON A QUALITY SLEEP UNIT 312 coil mattress with matching box spring 4'6" and 4' sizes, MARCH VALUE MATTRESS AND BOX SPRING Man treated A 21-year-old Lelhbridge man was injured Tuesday morning in a motorcycle car collision at 20th St. and Sth Ave. S., and was treated at St. Mich- ael's General Hospital and re- leased. Manfred Hans Janlisen was the operator of a motorcycle westbound on 6th Ave. At the intersection he was in collision with a northbound car on 20th St. The car was driven by Ethel M. Underdahl, of 1603 16 Ave. S. Damage in the mishap is es- timated at .V- Rockies eastern slope I meetings here in June SEE THE NEW CHIROPRACTIC SLEEP UNIT The only unit approved by the American Chiropractic AssociaJion. Available in all >--Ci, Specially Priced for 3 DAYS ONLY ADJUSTABLE METAL BED FRAMES Something new! No Adjusts from 3'3" to 4' to 4'6" to 5' Complete with rug rollers. MARCH VALUE 3 DAYS ONLY Towfte Country" "Find a way you like to live at Town Country" 542 -13th Street North Phone 328-1151 STORE HOURS: 9 o.m. lo 6 p.m., and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. FREE PARKING FREE DELIVERY CONVENIENT BUDGET TERMS QUALITY MERCHANDISE FREE STORAGE DEPOSIT WILL MOID Hearings on land use and resource development in t h e eastern slope of the Rockies will start in Lethbridge and ,he Pass area in mid-June. The Environment Conserva- tion Authority hearings are in- tended to hear public views on existing and potential use of the foothills and mountain re- gions of Alberta extending from the American border to the Peace River country. ECA chairman Dr. Waller Trost will he in Lethbridge .fo srnvilc nn.Jhe hear- ings at the meeting of the Old- man River Regional Planning Commission at Lethbridge Com' munity College. According to ORRPC plan- ners the hearings began as an inquiry into strip roiling arrd sulphur extraction in certain mountain areas and snow-balled into a total look at the prov- ince's mountain region as a natural resource. Existing and potential uses run the gamut from strip-min- ing at ojie extreme to total conservation at the other, and include tourism, recreation pro- jects, urban development, for- est industry, agriculture, oil ancl gas development, wild- life am! fishery manaueimnt, hydroelectric power develop- ments, and domestic water supplies. The provincial government is deeply committed to these hearings, says OHRPC execu- tive director Lawrence Smith. Out of them will hopefully arrive a meaningful govern- ment policy towards compre- hensive land use in the area, he said. The ORRPC is preparing a preliminary report, as are authorities in four other moun- tain districts designated by the ECA for hearings, on what is there now, what might be there and possible land use conflicts, Mr. Smith added. The commission will present its point of view on what it thinks should happen when the hearings begin in The mountain region is di- vided into the Oldman River basin, Bow River basin, North Saskatchewan River Basin, Smoky River basin and Atha- basca River basin with hear- ings to be held in each of theso areas starting with those here. The ECA also received sub- mission up to the end of Feb- ruary on specific proposals by private and commercial inter- ests for recreation and tourist developments in the area mountains. Preliminary regional plan topic at Thursday meeting Details on the schedule for I preliminary regional plan con- sideration by the 01 d m a n River Regional Planning Com- mission will be discussed at this month's commission meet- ing. Lawrence Smith, executive director of the ORRPC, said the preliminary plan, which lies been in the preparation process for about the past two years, will be finished by mid- April and will be the topic for the annual workshop to be held April 30. The plan suggests main poli- cies and land use recommenda- tions for all property within the commission boundaries. The commission covers square miles between the B.C. border and a point east of Taber from north of Nanton to the U.S. border. The workshop Vr'ill be to con- sider the various aspects of the plan and will feature Munid- ial Affairs Minister Dave Elussell as a guest speaker. 3ther prominent speakers mil be named later. Following the workshop, the plan will be considered by four committees, one each dealing with recreation and environ' menl, housing and social de vclopment, economy and re- sources and transportation. from Ihe committees will ho sent to the commission as a whole. Two- thirds of the commission mem representing 33 munici palilies, counties and M.D.s in southern Alberta, must voti in favor of the plan for it h be accepted. The provincial planning de parlmcnt will then give iina approval of the plan. Tliia month's meeting will held Thursday at p.m. hi Room 214 of the Lethbridg Community College S c i c n c Building, EVERYONE IS OH TOP OF THE 70's At The Statutory Grape we have Suits such as Clinton, Jacquardi, Uiex, and Internalional. ON SAIE FOR I y AND LESS We're here lo you look good, WOOLS, FORTRELS, DENIMS OUR SUITS WILL ALWAYS BE OR LESS STATUTORY GRAPE BOUTIQUE 325 7th St. S. PHONE 327-3313 ;